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: March 23, 1945
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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USSC ADDS BRAHMAS !1[LOCAL OPA WILL Plans Are Made j For Red Cross Quota Here Is

I Easter Sunrise Service

" TO PUREBRED STOCK CRACK DOWN ONSPEEDINORIVERS The annual -Easter sunrise union Over Top By 70 Per Cent

' : j service will be held'this year on

; ON CATTLE PROJECT Sunday morning, April 1, on the (
levee at seven 'o'clock.All I
Efforts To Total of Is
'f'" of the Clewiston churches will Register $3,912.37,
C. E. Miner, chairman of the local -
; A shipment of seventeen head of co-operate in the service and every-
Board Freeholders Is MadeSince Collected Here
War Price and Rationing ;; QuotaIs
; registered Brahma stock was received -I that one is invited to attend. Rev. H.
stated this week the pinch of ..
c' during the past week from R. Bagwell, pastor of the Assemblyof ; $2300.00
rationing is just noy' beginning t.o .
.: 'Texas .which now makes four different God church of South Clewiston only freeholders are per-
in all commodities -
I' be felt and that cuts ,
':; breeds of pure ,bred stock on within the next will deliver the Easter' message and mitted to vote in bond elections all '

!k ", ate pastures of the United States may be expected The most drastic cut Rev. T. J. Durrence 'of the Church land owners residing within the The final .report' submitted.this

.. Sugar Corporation's cattle project, few far months.felt here is in' tires for of 'God, Rev. H. C. ,.Me ador of! the special tax school district No. 7 are morning by M.: W.T Bigg, chairman,

according to S. L. Crochet who has so trucks pas- Baptist Church and Rev.. David C. being urged to register now for the and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, cochairman -
and the
charge of this operation' for the for senger which cars has been cut in half for I Hancock will assist with 'the service. school bond election scheduled to of the Red Cross War Fund

>; ':;, corporation be held on April 17. drive ,shows that a total of $3912.37has
April. been ''raised ,during the 1945
"'L, The shipment consisted of sixteen A warning is given by Mr. Minerto The books are now available ,at

!;:'--:' cows, considered top cows in' the motorists to take care of the tires THEATRES RAISE FOR the Sugar Bowl, with Mrs. Addle cent campaign over the or more$2300 than Clewiston seventy quota.per

:/'...,"; Brahma breed, and an AA rated they have for new ones may be Mills as registration officer and at This completes the drive with the
k 1.;: Brahma bull, meaning that it is imported extremely difficult to obtain. The Davidson's Grocery in South Clew-
:;: \ pure bred Brahma stock. The 'government's speed regulation of RED CROSS 534.36 iston with Mrs. Blanche Davidsonas i collections exception of in 'possibly Harlem, a the few commit-

, r' : cows have all been bred to AA thirty-five miles per hour will, if registration officer.. These spec in
tee there not having yet turned
T'; bulls, the nucleus of a fine' local enforced, do much to conserve tires I -- dial i i officers have been appointed by 'j'a' complete report. Any further col-

';' J:' herd. and the local board has obtained a U; T.- 'Koch. manager of the Dixie John L. Hall, county supervisor of
: lections will be taken care of by
'-,, '. This shipment brings the total of promise of cooperation between city Crystal and Harlem Theatres in registration.To I regular ,chapter officials

; ? ., pure-bred stock to more than a law enforcement officers and the Clewiston and the Glades Theatreof be eligible to vote in this bond
The following breakdown in col-
,. : hundred. The other breeds are state road patrolman for enforce-: Moore Haven, announced yester- election each freeholder must. be/
lections is submitted by'Mrs.: Pre-
1.';::" Aberdeen-Angus, Shorthorns and ment of this ,speed within the city day morning that a total of $534.36 registered on or before April 11.
witt Business houses and associa-
;: Herefords. The corporation has a and on the highways. OPA enforce- had been collected in the theatres If the bond issue carries; it must :
tions, $943 House to House canvass,
total of between, 1500and 1800 ment, officers will also ,be here i.t during the special Red Cross driveof be voted on by a majority of the ;
I $728.90 Clewiston school, $381.10
:> bead of cattle on their extensive frequent intervals to assist with this a week which was concluded Wed- freeholders within the district, and ; ;
Sugar Office, $133.75 Sugar House,
I. r:" pastures at this time, including enforcement. nesday evening. .1, must be approved by the majority ;
$259.01 Clewiston Inn, $160:00:
( high quality mixed breeds and ordinary Service station operators are The collections from the theatres voting. 1 ; ;
k I Hooker's Point, $85.00; U. S. En-
range stock.Approximately also advised to watch coupons care- were as follows:
I gineers, $75; Kirby-Saunders Inc.,
5,000 acres has fully and refrain from taking any Dixie Crystal, Clewiston, $400.00.
Golf Tournament employees, $122.00; J. B. McCraryCo.
now been planted in improved pas ration 'tickets except those intended Harlem Theatre, Clewiston, $33.05. I ., employees, $8.00; Harlem,

ture grasses in the corporation's .for the car serviced. Glades Theatre, Moore Haven, Will Be Benefit (incomplete) $59.44; Money Jars,
cattle project but all of this acreage The OPA office also 'reports thata i $101.31. I
$57.21; Riddle Field, $461.31 ; Har-
'' has not ,yet been completely sodded. recent apaprel check made at local For Red Cross ,
Mr. Koch expresses his appreciation I lem theatre. $33.05 ;, Dixie Crystal
..' Among the grasses which have been stores disclosed that Clewiston for II
', to the theatre patrons their Theatre, $400.00; miscellaneous,
planted are common Bermuda, stores checked very closely and the generous ,donations realizing tlc I E. E. Leonard golf pro at the $5.00. ?
,I ,' coastal Bermuda Tifton Bahia district writes its commendation -
; ( 35) ,
the : most of these donations are over I Clewiston Golf Course, stated this I The complete ]list of workers is
for this cooperation
Dallas, carpet Para, St. Augustineand on ; and above the contributions
made championship
week that the city
listed follows
as :: : Mrs. Ruth B.
a'small amount of Pensacola part of the merchants. A' great II .In'the
i to workers two communities.The tournament which starts this week-' Owens, Mrs. J. K. Rogers Henry
improvement was also noted in the
Bahia and digitaria. Cuttings will 16,000 theatres, in Anierica end will be a Red Cross benefit affair Lutes, M. R. Stroud, J."r..< Durden,
markings and pricings of local food
be used from the latter two plant- are expected to raise, during the with 'at least $1.00 of each entry B.
Mrs. ; E. Nail, Mrs. J. D. Leftwich,
stores when the last check made
Ings for an extensive acreage if, they by the price panel. was I 1945 Red Cross drive, a total of ten fee going to the local Red Crosschapter's I Carr Settle, Mrs. C. R. Wilson, Mrs.G .
prove to be ,practicable. In addition -
million dollars. drive. .'
war fund ,. N. Pitzen U. T. Koch, Miss
'., to the pasturage for the cat- The amounts \ collected in these ,The ma'tches'must be played or I Laura Bailey, Miss Florence Graham -

;: ;' tIe, the corporation. has found it' a I Rep. Stewart SpeakerAt I three theatres is enough to pay for defaulted as follows: First match on Miss Laura Ann: Owens. Miss

b,- good practice' tor'. keep molasses 25,000 servings of coffee and doughnuts or by Sunday, March 25; second] Mary Markette, Mrs.: W. E. Bolton,
available for the cattle at all Weekly MeetingOf
I to service men cr will deliverfifty match on or by Sunday, April '1 and' Mrs.Edwin O* Ward Mrs: Glen
-, as well home-produced .
as some mix- Kiwanis Club or more Red Cross parcels to the third match on or by Etherton, Mrs Charles Pirkle, Mrs:
: feeds. I
ed .
: ':" ,' A : prisoners-of. wary j April 8, '* a.,' sundaY'1 P.M_ ,McIntyre .Mrs. Carl Ziler,
The corpo"rativ>nA is:algal lying '.Representative' -=--tT--ElberT'L.: -' Stewart Special appreciation is given the There are thrfte_ dtl PJ gnt ,classes ,, Mrs. Carl Lih'xtlliss Julianne, Ogles-
: I '
some butchering under government was guest speaker 'at the regular ,workers who assisted each evening 111 and there will: .be .no... handicaps. hy. Mrs: H.' tL: Hall, Mrs;': C.- ,, ;*-

permit but are allowed to furnish meeting of the Kiwanis Club "Wed with taking of contributions at the Pairings are ,as' follows:' Foy Dur-: Fuller, 1\ rs. Foster Crampton; Mrs.

only enough meat for their own nesday'evening and outlined his I theatres. rence and Lynwood Blount; Joe' H.. Goesling. Mrs E. Powers: :Miss

..... commissaries.St. very brief program ,for the coming Garcia and Charles B. Owens; Joe Miss Leah Richaud, Mrs. W. L.

".' session of the Legislature which OPA Issues New Order Schroeder 'and W. C. Owen; Bob Lott, Mrs W A. Davis.lrs.. M. M.

: Patrick's Day convenes April 3. Ruett and Dink Davis; Keene Lan Driver, Mrs. C. Dot"". Mrs. F. Deane

Mr. Stewart, who will go to Tal- //On ''Apparel, Home horn and C. V. Parkinson; Eric Duff, Mrs. Charles Miner, Mrs. Joe

; Dance Saturday lahassee for his seventh term next I Thomas and A. J. Thielen; Mr. Schroeder, Mrs. J. A. McGehee, Jr.,

Was Great Success month, gave some of the history of Furnishings Prices 1 1I Hollenbeck and C. 'L. McLendon; Capt. Shwaitz and staff of Riddle

i his past experiences ,in the Legisla- I Fr T, J. Reilly and, D., H. Binkley; Field American Army personnel at
Frank O'Hara and Allan Daigle; Riddle Field, W-C Lindsay and executive -
-- ture. He told the group that he I I Booklets explaining the new OPA
;" The St. Patrick's Day dance at would oppose any move for new price regulations on 'apparel and Fr. Szuby and Mr. Halleck; L. A. at Riddle Field Bank staff

Sugarland Park Auditorium on Sat- taxes and was in favor of retrench- house furnishings have been dis- Anderson and A. D. Richardson; E. Toggery Shop (display), Parkin-

,:: urday evening ,was said to have been ment in every department to elimi- tributed this week to all retailersand E. Kelly and Jay W. Moran son's (display.)

; the best attended of any dance held nate the necessity for more taxes. enforcement of the regulationis -- The Harlem committee was com-

here in many years and while no He said that there were many expected to start soon. Alston To Open posed of Amos Thomas' ,Mamie, Mc-

r,- report has as yet been submitted It state boards which could be abolished The local rationing board has Crary, Dorothy Tyler, Earstine

Is certainly to prove a great finan- and others which could be consolidated been 'given the responsibility ac- New Jewelry Store Argrett, John Argrett, O. D. Wil-

;: cial success for the ladies of the effecting a great' savingto quainting retailers and- consumers liams, Jannie Williams, O. S. Jenk-

f;"' Catholic, Woman's Club of St. Mart the taxpayers- of the state but he with the details of the new regula- Here Tomorrow ins and 'wife.

.. garet's Church which sponsored the said that those ,boards which remained tions which are designed to make I I

.;..:. at fan. would have representation I clothing and house furnishing prices i D. G. Alston announces this week Large Group 'of Men

: Mrs. Ed Seegars, as chairman of from the new Sixth Congressional lower for consumers. Cards 10 '; that his new jewelry and gift store, i i I

L the finance committee of the club, District. He said, too, that he was show that retailers had received located in the building in which was 'Leave For BlandingFor

x- had charge of all arrangements and pleased that no local bills had been their copies of the regulation were formerly the Seninole, Drug 'which I

"'r she, as well as the other club members fco' far introduced and hoped that to have been mailed by the local he closed out the 'first of the year, Pre-Induction '

express their appreciation. for I there would be none. office within, 72 hours after March will be open for business tomorrow
'.;. the splendid success. I Also present at the meeting was (Saturday.) j Twelve Hendry: County registrantsleft
: The grand prize for the evening; Pvt. Merrel Lowe who is at homeon special meeting of rationing The new store will be, one of the this morning, for Camp Bland-

r ".. the door prize, was won by Melvin furlough after 34 months in Ha- boards of the area will be held on most modern :stores, of the kind in ing for pre-induction physical

;:; : Keen, a $10.00 order on Anthony's waii with Military Police. He madea Wednesday, March 28, at Belle I South Florida and Mr. Alston has examinations and were accompaniedby

store of West Palm Beach and a brief talk concerning. his experiences Glade to, explain the new programto spared no expense to make this one man who was sent for in-

t-: $10.00 check. In the raffle which there. Moye Bishop, at office clerks and officials. r store compare favorably with such duction.

:,. ,,' was held Mrs. J. E. Beardsley won home from Guatemala where he is Retailers must prepare a price stores in the largest cities. I The group is composed of Gilbert

. the set of matched earrings from a mechanic for Pan-American Air- chart using a method prescribed by As the first move toward openingthe I Ernest Taylor of Felda; Luther

' i, Burdine's of Miami and costume lines was also a guest at. the meet- the regulation, must file two copiesof new store the ,entire! interiorwas I Martin Graham of Denaud; Thomas

t .. jewelry donated by Mrs. '''Ruth B. ing. the chart with the district office repainted and redecorated anda Edward Markette of Clewiston;

,"' .-, -. Owens Others guests were U. -T,,. Koch, ion or_ before April 20 and must I new linoleum ,tile"floor of contrasting | N'oran Christian, Farabee of La-
Three dance prizes were -*, also E. E. Leonard Richar'd..Pape and J price all' merchandise --" { William
'"': according ?to 1 colors 'was laid. New I Belle; Cecil Pelham of
Horace Brown.Selective ;
given"consisting,: of" cosmetics for ; terms of the regulation after the of
jewelry: cases were then installed Clewiston; Stafford Owen Luckey,
the girls and- carton* of cigarettes I effective date. April 20. the most modern type, electrically I Jr., of LaBelle; John Bernarr

f.,) for their partners.Kiwanians Service / lighted and -arranged'in a horseshoe I i Pharis, Leonard" Louise Ellington,

Office To Move I shape down the ,center of the store. I Elden L. Holoubeck, Eugene: Corvette -

: To Sponsor New Bus Added To Wall cases were installed on either of Clewiston; James Houston

t, To Hopkins Bldg. side of the store, special window Wilson of Pahokec and Judson An-

"- Essay Contest For Glades 'K ScheduleA cases being ordered to fit over the drews Barnes of LaBelle for pre-

High School Students Announcement-is made- this week I side and front ,,,windows to afford induction exams and George William -

that the office of the Hendry County window display space. An air cool- I Kirby of Clewiston for induc-
r Selective Service Board will be new bus, running from Fort I ing unit has also been installed to i I tion.
Myers to Miami, has been added bv !
L-. All students of the tenth, eleventh, moved, effective April 1, from its I give the store an..even temperature 'I All calls after April 1, either for
Glades K. it is announced this week
r and twelfth grades are eligible to present location in the Community I closely approximating airconditioning. pre-induction examinations or for
by R. J. McLeod, local agent.
E[; participate In the essay: contest, Center building to the Hopkins I induction, will leave Clewiston by
sponsored by the Clewiston Kiwanis Building. The bus comes from Fort Myers Mr. and Mrs. Alston recently madea I train; going to Jacksonville and
'I and leaves Clewiston at 5:10 in the
Club, which will begin today. When first set up the board occupied trip to the merchandise marts of thence; to Blanding by bus. I
afternoon. It makes connections Chicago, New York and other cities ,
The essays arc to be entitled office space on the second
"Why We Should or Should Not floor of the Hopkins Building and I. with another in Fort Lauderdale and purchased stock for the store '
and arrives in Miami at 8:56. It Opening 'Of Okeechobee
and this stock been filling the
Have Compulsory Military Training was later moved to the Community has
t" I returns to Clewiston the same night, I
shelves this week. .
In Peace Time. Each essay must Center to provide more space. Since I during Market Announced
arriving here at 11:00 and going on ,
Announcement is made a
I have a five hundred word minimum. the space requirements, of the of- : I
to Fort .
I As prizes, the Kiwanians are offer-I fice are not as large as formerly the Myers.Baptist __ I credit and repair department' will
ing a twenty-five dollar War Bond, office is being returned to its be opened very: shortly. Announcement is made this week

I { a prize of $10 and one of $5. The. original location in: the Beardsley Church Will I i I'I 'if the re-opening of the Okeechobee
I. ,
[livestock Market Thursday, April
contest will close office suite.It .
Monday, April I
p second. is understood that the War Show Sound FilmThe I I 5 i, at 2:00 p, m, and cattlemen of

Foods Administration office will ing. The picture: "It's the Brain I this area are asked lo, bring their

. t occupy the space vacated by Selec- public is cordially invited to That Counts" promises to not only :lock and attend the sale.

Are :you helping the war,'effort by tive Service in the Community Cen- attend the showing} of a, sound motion I be very "interesting, but educational I A. C McNurlen of Umatilla will

buying War Bonds? ter. picture at 7:30 this Sunday even- as well I l>le the auctioneer.H .
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and county taxes before April 1st, IIONDS OP SAID DISTRICT.BE sale': thereof, numbered 1 to 450 both books of the County who are duly
Penalty Attached inclusive, and maturing in numerical qualified electors of Special Tax School
in order to avoid having to pay order on the 1st day of April of each District No. 7 In said County, and who
IT RESOLVED BY THE ;year, are determined to be freeholders, and
-After: April 1 penalties. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, OF HEN- $18,000 in 1946 to 1948, inc. who are also determined to be qualified -
DIY COUNTY, FLORIDA $19,000 In 1949 and 1950. electors in tho election herein
RESOLUTION ORDHIUNG AND PRO- 1. An election is hereby ordered tohe $20,000 in 1951 and 1952, ordered Such be made up
IIDING FOR Till;. HOMI>G OF held In Special Tax School DistrictNo. $21000 in 1953 and 1954 within five ysstbefore the date of
R N. Miller, county tax collector, Aft ELECTION: IX ''irnCIAI/'TAV 7 of IIe dry County, Florida, on $22,000 in 1955 and 1956, holding the election and a certified
'ioday urged taxpayers who haven't SCHOOL, 1JISTRICT NO. 7 OK HKNI -I April 17th 1345! to determine whether $23.000 in 1957 and 1953, copy of such list shall be furnished to
>RY COUNTY, FLORIDA OV Till; or not there shall be issued bonds of $24,000 in 1959 and 1960, the Inspectors and Clerks of the elec-
.already done so to pay their state QUESTION OF ISSUING $450,000 OF I said District in the principal amount $25,000 in 1961, tion at each place where the votes are .
.., of $450,000 dated April 1, 1945 In $26,000 in 1962, to be cast. A certified'copy of, such
denomination of $1,000 each, bearing $27,000 in 1963, list shall be' filed and preserved among
I interest payable stmi-annually at such $28,000 in 1964, 'the records of the Board.
t rate, not exceeding the legal rate, as $32,000 ,in 1965, E. :M, CORNETTE
shall be determined at the time of the for the purpose of acquiring, building Chairman of the Board ott
I sale thereof, the bonds to be numbered enlarging, furnishing and other- Public Instruction of
1 to 450, Inclusive and to mature wise improving buildings and school Hendry County, Florida. ,
If You WishGUARANTEED |'in numerical order on the 1st day of grounds in said District' as_ provided E. L. STALLINGS,
April of each year, I'I In the resolution of the Board of'-Pub Di. O. ALLEN, '
r 'j'I i $18,000 in 1046! to 1048! inc. I lic Instruction adopted on the 14th day Members of. said Board.
i I 1 $10,000 in 1049! and 1950, of March, 1945 Attest
'I !' $20,000 in 1051(; and 1952, The places of voting at said election C. WEAVER, ,
: $21,000 in 1953 and 1954, I shall be the same 119 the usual placesfor Secretary of a
I $22,000 In 1955; ; and 1956 'voting in said District at general Mar. 16, 23, 30, April 6, 1945.
\ $23,000 In 1957 and 1058! 1 elections in Hendry County.; The polls
ii' -- $24,000 in 1959 and 1960, will be open at said voting places on -
: Service ; $25,000 in 1961, J' the day of election from seven o'clockA.
} : Automotive Repair D $26,000 in 1962. M. to sundown of the same day. -
{ $27,000 in 1963 Only the duly qualified electors of
', ; $28,000 in 1064. I Special Tax School District No. 7 who GULF
Machine Work $32,000 in 1965. are freeholders will be allowed to vote. LIFE INSURANCE CO.
2. The followingnotice of electionshall The registration books will be open at
1 be published In The Clewiston the usual hours for the purpose of
:to Painting and Body Repair Service News, a newspaper published at Clew I registering electors for said special G. :Nottingham Agent
Iston, Florida, once a week for four election on each business day until five Box 6527
successive weeks to the date of ,
days prior to the date of the election.
:Genuine Ford Repair Parts ',* '! said election, the first publication' to'I THE BOARD OF PUBLIC Clewiston Florida
f be not less than thirty days prior to I INSTRUCTION OF HDNDRY"
said date: I COUNTY, FLORIDA.By I I
f SEE The Board of Public Instruction of i Chairman. .. ,
J Hendry County Florida, has ordered I I I 3. The following persona are hereby ,..
election be held in Special appointed Inspectors and Clerks of
n special: to
r. COUNTY MOTORS Tax School District No 7, Hendry I I[ said election ]I
f HENDRY Count, Florida, on the 17th day of Precinct One (1). Clewiston: I rr A Y L 0 .R' S
April, 1945, for the purpose of determ- Inspectors: ;
i ; 1111?'.", whether or not bonds of the' Mrt Louise Hare BROMO ASPIRIN '
I Ford Sales and Service District shall be issued in the aggregate Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw I
; principal amount of $450,000, Judson Francis
CLEWISTON FLORIDA dated ,April 1. 1943 in the denomination Clerk: Mrs Ruth Beardsley. I I Headaches Neuralgia
i; PHONE 93 of $1,000 each: bearing interestpiable Precinct Six (6) Hooker's Point: '
Inspectors: 'I Common Colds
l at such rate as
shall be determined l at the time of the II I i Mrs. L L. Lowe
I Mrs. J. E. Davidson

--VV'y Clerk Mrs. Jewel W. C.Hooker.Hooker. :.-- ...,,,..,..,..r..

4. The ballot to be used at said
_____ ':::---L-l: : :: : :...' 7'A ...,., election shall be in substantially the ----

__ ,$' .''I. tt t;.r 't,' r ,; I following Special Tax form School BALLOT: District Xo.. 7 Johnson's Fish Camp I

: r ;- : 'f.c.,ts... ""....1..!..:..w..
1J April 17. 1045; Clewiston, Fla.
Election for Issuance of $450,000 I I
and Motors-Guide Service
principal amount of bonds of Special .
Tax School District No.7, Hendry Rates ReasonableW. I
,;;1 :.r.. \ County, Florida as provided for in the H. Johnson
"::2:' ''fl..... '4ir. resolution of the Board of Public Instruction I''I .. Mgr. _
(< : ,
i \ of Hendry County, Florida, "
tI adopted March 14, 1945. I II I

'2-t-'; I I I............................................................................................................
For Bonds i .

r I I Against Bonds I tt FORTAXICABS .

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Instruction for Voters: I .t.
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:; If you are in favor, of the issuance I::: DAY AND NITE SERVICE .ti .
'of bonds, place an "X" mark in the
: I space to the left of the words "ForI I:!:; PHONE 18 :;:
I Bonds" If ;you are not in favor of
I I I II I the issuance of bonds place an "X"I I '
I marlin: the space to the left of the
I words "Against Bonds I
I 5. The Secretary of this Board is
;J hereby authorized and directed to have II i
printed on plain white paper a sufficient -
I I I number of aforesaid ballots and I G. M. FORD
I to furnish a sufficient number of such
,. ballots to the Inspectors and Clerks: of Civil Engineer and Surveyor
.'<1.: :: the election on or before the date and
I the time for opening the polls for such. Specializing ins Everglades
election. "
j 6. The Supervisor of registration Surveys
; of the County of Hendry is authorized
0..' I and directed to make up and certify I Clewbton, Fla. Phone 161 i
| a list of the names' of all qualified I
j 3 | electors appearing on the registration
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"Adding! another War Bond to your :We've' done -the same i in our too,

collection, eh, Judge?" Judge. We figure the more we buy.. the ,

"Yes, Josh, I've always looked upon better we equip our men the quicker PROPERTY MANAGEMENT- <

buying Bonds as one of the best ways older they'll finish their big job and come march '., ,l.:.

r: folks like me here at home can help our ing home again."

;; fighting men overseas. For the past couple "That's the spirit,Josh.And let's be sure o f :::,"o CITY LOTS, FARM LANDS

J: of years I've put every extra cent I had one more thing.Let's be sure that they come '\ .

,/; into them not only .during the War back to the same kind of place they left.While ,: '- :

G Bond drives...but on a regular basis. Of they are away and can't express their opinions, INSURANCE

( course, when there's a drive on I always let's not make any decisions on things that II I .

f try to buy an extra one or two." are going to concern them in years to come." I .
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_ Phone 66 Hopkins Bldg. J

This adttiltstment sponsored by Conference of AkohoSt Btterat Industries,Int.
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of error is, Room With Footstool Made of Cans .,

a a con- SUNDAY l : to be used with the most frequented Machine-gun bullets are 'now
sciousness of understanding; essonI CANS ; chairs. These were covered tested by firing them into the entrance

and correction of error is the with bright carpet or other heavy of 'pipes, instead of sand

1.1 plainest proof of energy and I BY HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. material and, if you examined traps, in which they are stoppedby
Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.
i;' '\"" mastery.-Landor. Released by Western Newspaper Union. them, you found that inside there the convergence of four jets of
} ) In life's small things be resolute and were cans filled with sand for water.

k, :" ,:: great. CARDBOARD weight and then bound togetherand
To keep thy muscles trained; know'st Lesson for March 25 OTTON padded This book also contains more than 30 other
r .. than when fate W MUSLIN things to make for your home, from odds
; y" Thy takes? or when she'U / J HANDLES Such a stool cost not a'cent. Nor and ends plus inexpensive new materials
:: ,. say.to thee, Lesson and subjects copyrighted and Scripture by International texts selected VN| COVER did it require any carpenter work. Booklets ,are 15 cents each postpaid and
: ; '...;: "I find thee worthy do this thing for Council permission.of Religious Education; used by SEAMS Mother or the girls could put one requests; should be sent to:

: ... me!"-Emerson.. SEW ToMUSLIN together, in no time from#things on
, .rt..!: Liberty must be limited in THE ,LAST WEEK CAADBOAAD hand and there it was ready for Bedford Hills New YorB
.- : order to be possessed. Edmund COVER MUSLIN years of. service. You can do the Drawer 10
, :'r\ ; Burke. LESSON TEXT-Matthew 21616. same. The diagrams in-this sketch
cents for Book 3.
',,: Memories 'make life beautiful GOLDEN TEXT-Blessed is he that com- THE "sitting room" of two gen- show exactly how to go about it.
, ,..'.." ; forgetfulness al'one makes eth In the name of the Lord; Hosanna lathe ago was cozy and .- Name.................................

::; ; it possible. highest.-Matthew 21:9. planned for use. Not the least of NOTE-This footstool Is from BOOK 3 Address..............................
its comforts were the low footstools of the series offered with these articles.
The official presentation of Him-

-'- self to the Jewish people as their

King, their rejection of Himand, For Years Kreisler Played
what was even more solemnly mean-
ingful, His rejection, of the Hebrew Own Music as Another'sFritz Good !
7 /1 nation because of their unbelief Mighty Eating

such are the stirring events ,which Kreisler achieved muchof

an face us as we go with our Lord into his fame as a violin virtuosoby A4I& '1bUni".lril; FDOis"

the, last week of His earthly minis- playing, among others, his own .

r' try.The many compositions which he ....Corn Fl.lees bring
first event in that sequenceis claimed were unknown works of : nearly all the protec-
r;" the one we study in our lesson minor masters long dead, says food grain elements declared of essen-the
for today namely, the coming of the Collier's. CO"R7"N to human nutrition. ,I
.,-> King to Jerusalem.I. Kreisler started this practicein ;>' I

5'0': :, tc Preparation .and Presentationvv. his early days of concert work !
'i' 6 fear that he would ,
t;." ( 7) through the
,', The King comes but even in His not become popular if the public LAKES '
,< hour of royal triumph He gives to knew his repertoire consisted r CORN.
c; I His followers the unexplainable but largely of his own music; and he
F tP&
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/I inestimable joy of meeting His need. carried on'the.artifice' for 30 years LA YES,
:- 1. "The Disciples Did As Jesus before confessing 1935. _, it(
hi'C '
Appointed" (v. 6). He had need of

'.... -. disciples] who would do His bidding
(, without question or hesitation. How
',,1; precious is such obedience! Let us : .r,...: y, ,.'.t" /r:4%,,.:/(9.:'/'t /' J*; : 'Nr : ': ?fi' t % i:.i. ''bnb,Y R kr. e'b"' .! ..J> >"
.1; o syl : bbJyr" : i' I : it1 : !: : ;.:lKt:,? 4.:: #: C 1 ll"ll'i
Yi> also go and do what He commands. : : ,
CLEOPATRA \IjJl.r/n :: 7 A'l7fr; '. ', ; .
GLAMOROUS \i"" ; / ; <" <<" 1 r> ; %
He needed the colt and the ass. /t !
;: 'QUEEN OF 'EGYPT, SO I How simple and lowly was that need, :r << 'F/ : &
I n J fJ i.zm.'lt !!,, ,g"; gti ; 'Y, .Y ;: yy' "
-:", CAPTIVATED MARK ANTONY I and yet how glorious that man was v.A: ; /i. Yrf': n+a.n,xij1? 41: Y J ..S' Y,.. 'Jr
; :-Jo THAT HE OFFERED HER HIS ready to meet it!

i ;' WHOLE ROMAN EMPIRE/ God's plans are worked out in the
, -, little things as well as the great.
Prophecy was being fulfilled here .

'o> (see v. 5) by a little thing. Is God
r3+' THIS FAMOUS waiting to carry out some great purpose -

t.,> MODERN MAID through some little thing which
t' 15 A SYMBOL OF you are withholding from Him? Why

h, THE PURITY AND hinder Him any longer? D D D 0 1
'2', WHOLESOMEGOODNESS 2. "And He Sat Thereon" (v. 7). 11 1 1 i

'f;- OFt Though He did not come with the t
: N1-MAID THE pomp and trappings of an earthly "

;./ ONLY MARGARINE potentate, the King of Glory cameto J
CERTIFIED BY ITS His people to offer them for the
last time the to receive
t : Him. $ .,'.
He asks you to yield your life to %
: His kingship. What will your answerbe
Atyour fableuse only margarine that'plain/? II. Acceptance and ,Rejection (vv. L
labeled "Table-Grade." That' NU-MAID, .
8-11, 15, 16). !,
,\ famous for itssweetchurned
1. "The Multitude Cried t
f 'c' fresh flavor. Hosanna" (vv. 8-11). The fact that tr .
before the week was over some of
: ,the same voices cried, "Crucify J
him!" should not obscure the fact of time and experience 16% extra pull at the drawbar.
that there were childlike believersv. prove that Firestone Ground The patented Ground Grip tread h 3 ,r yoa ';

'1: Christ.( 16) who really had faith in Grip tractor tires: outpull,any has up to 215 extra inches of .t'.s

other tractor tires in any soil traction bar length per tractor.
There is
something inspiringaboutthat No wonder it better. It has
pulls .
picture of enthusiasm and de condition any time anywhere. : ;
A Those Beets and broken tread bars. .
Carrots- ><
votion. Real faith in Christ oughtto Obviously others would like to,
,: : Remember? result in a fervor of spirit which duplicate the Firestone Ground That means no traction leaks. It .! ;Q / v. Y. .
will stir our hearts and our cities. has no trash-catchin g bar stubs. ;
', They Were Good! 2. "The Chief Priests and Scribes Grip design but they can only Of course, it cleans better. ,.
e'- Of course they were good-those Were Sore Displeased" (vv. 15 .imitate it because the Ground"Be sure you get patented ; jr: '

;-:-: crisp tasty carrots and delicious 16)). Small wonder, for not only hadthe Grip design is patented. Firestone Ground Grip tractor *' .
: beets. So good, in fact, that children put them to
open :
Put Firestone .
your tractor on tires. Don't compromise with ; yy
can hardly wait to
plant some more. shame by recognizing the Christ
But be sure you plant Ferry's Seeds 'whom they had ignored but''He had Ground Grip tires and get up to imitations. t
again so you'll obtain that excep- also ruined their polite religious
tional taste and flavor you enjoyed "racket" which produced for them For the list in music, listtn to tit "Voiu of Pir sloru" with Ricbartt ,; f
so much last year. Crooks and Gladys Suiartbout and the Pi"SS1m hon1 Orchestra Aa. 3} netyir, x,' >a
IZ!'. Your favorite dealer has a wide such a lovely profit. conducted by Howard!"" "" every Monday evening over NBC network #,
: of Mark this-when anyone is displeased Y.'S4yc! ?
range Ferry's Flower and Vege- !I ? !
table Seeds. Have a better gar- with Jesus ,or with His chil- 11 ,a y.
den with Ferry's Seeds.FERRYMORSE dren or with His work on earth, you I

;:,' SEED CO. can be sure that, there is a reason, ft f

Delroll 31 San Franclico 24 and not a holy, upright or good. rea- I
son either! !
tlrNI OOOD'UTH "ower
III. Judgment and Compassion

(vv., 12-14)). t
;AJ;Ir'sb What a remarkable picture! In \ I
the midst of flaming judgment and a e a t,

destruction we find His loving com- ,' i., t
passion upon the blind and the lame. ; H. f
i Folk who think ,that Christ has no .. -, ? ; ,
WIuJSu/It'A? message- but love need to look on 4 -. ,,:'(:,. '.f:;?fi,' i
b Him as He cleanses the temple. On I -

i f 011101 ACID AID Mill IF the other hand, those who think that RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO He has no ,word but judgment needto
behold Him as He stands in the t
midst of the overturned tables and Mr. Extra Traction gI
, ... debris and heals the needy. $ .
I II I II 1. "Jesus Cast Out' and Over- represents.- "the '
II I threw" (vv. 12, 13). He knew whereto r
I begin to cleanse the city. He [f Extra Bar Length] '
started in the temple.] Absolutelyright
is the man who.suggested' that that gives Superior x ,
l' Large BottleU'm iuiaml'122Small/ Size 60cCmi01
the place to start to clean
: !CJE: OUT AS BIUCTCD* up a city Pulling i Rower ijtf
IT All GOOD DRUG man if 51 Kill.receipt il price is not in the slums. but in the a1
MCNEIL DRUG co.. im. jmtemiu 4. rionoHere's churches.The *
same is true of the individual. '
A regenerated heart will bring a GRIP,
reformed life, not vice versa. You '
can live only after you have been TRACTOR, TIRES W
;;' a SENSIBLE way born.

to relieve MONTHLY 2. "He Healed Them" (v. 14). The 5 '&
hands which had
very just over-
FEMALE PAIN thrown the tables and cast out the
money-changers now gently touchedthe
Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound lame and the blind with healing.
periodic Is pain famous but not ALSO only accompanying to relieve The eyes which had blazed with holy

nervous, tired, highstrung Jeellngs indignation now shone with love and
when due to functional compassion. The
monthly dis scene of judgmentand
turbances. Taken
build up resistance against regularlY-it such symp helps chaos became the house of 0 e 0 eCoprrigh419i5.
.. toms Plntham's Compound helps na. prayer and of answered prayer. On
lure Follow label directions. Try itl I the very spot where one man had

4e''- J.' /TJ.L'VEGETABLE received condemnation, another received J
Vflfl.flT.O COMPOUND healing. .Th FIreitono The&Eubber O*



The Clcwi.ton New thing written on the subject and, ing: like weeds.. Newspapers are a sinking' ship, helped' put the ports i evacuated wounded sailors and car-
unless you are sure.' : of" yourself as more ,hobby than business with of Civitavecchia, Orbetello and go, while enemy artillery fire and
; to what happened and when, you'd publishers Paul Rardin and Luther Piombino into operation and rescued 1' bombs fell, in the:area. ;.

Published every Friday In ClewriBton, better find something else to dis Jones. Paul is County Commissionerfor : many timber bridges, on the Arno1 To enable themselves to maintain;
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS River by opening a dike when the roads more
II ,: efficiently, the men im-
cuss.Rod the district and takes his job
inc. Arkell, publisher of the Seb- river flooded. t. provised '
a steamroller, the business
ring American, is back on the job with seriously getting, even out if his it newspapers does interfere, the I After being put asnore at Oran,I end of which is made of four wheel.
Entered as second class mall matter after spending considerable time as Point and Northern Algeria, in April, 1943, the taken from a huge German gun
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In radio newscaster in New York. Everglades News at Canal
crewlston Florida, under' the Act of a the Belle Glade News. Luther Jonesis battalion laid oil pipes, built a'I carrier.
March 3, 1897. Rod has a good radio voice and delivery primarily a farmer and has long I quartermaster depot and fflIed.100-1
and his programs were popular. 000 sandbags to be used at Pvt.
Right |
: been active in civic ? Pigg
I imagine it won't be long before ne I dumps. I
CARR SETTLE Publisher now his greatest concern is to se-
Subscription Rate-?2.50 Per Year is at it again. cure additional funds for'the Agri- The engineers landed in Italy Oc-i|, Is Now OverseasWITH
Driving south from Sebring, you cultural Experiment Station in the tober 10, 1943, and spent three I _
Advertising; Rate Ou AppJJeoti D. traverse a roller coaster highway Everglades, but he does manage< months opening a rail line and filling -I I THE AIR FORCE ENGINEER -
until yoti'eave the highlands and hit I spend a little time in his Belle Glade craters in the Naples area. I I COMMAND IN ITALY -
the prairie country. Florida is trulya Pvt. Alvin ..
Herald office. Wading in ; Pig, husband of Mrs.
Devoted to the advancement and welfare on Day, the men of
of Clewiston and Hendry County. wonderful State an Roads in the area are being improved the 387th spent the entire four: Doris Pigg, Route 1, Box 105, Clew-
variety of fauna, flora and scenery. iston, Fla., has
months recently arrived
and a large percentage of of the existence of the Anzio over-
Entering the 'Glades country you seas and been ,
assigned to Engineer
beachhead an -
between unloading
cross-state travel Tampa infantry and
find yourself in altogether a Air
and Miami is now going via the Lake tank landing craft and building yip Force Headquarters Com
world. The sandy light soils are
and Road 26. The proposed BeeLine the huge reservoirs of supplies that
find heavy
and here you
iSSOCIATION gone Highway, when completed, will enabled the Fifth Army to go onto In civilian life he was a truckI
muck. Seat of carry travel from Tampa to West! capture Rome without pause I I driver, and the army has assigned"
Moore Haven, County
of Palm Beach and Miami via the north after the breakout from the beach I him to the same type of work. His
Glades, nestles on the shores
end of the Lake on a route from head. I new company is engaged in operat-
longer mighty fears Lake its Okeechobee wind driven but waves no, Sebring to Okeechobee and Indian- They saw Anzio developed almost!I ing a pipeline which distributes 100
town another vast sec- overnight : octane aviation gasoline to seriesof
opening up from an obscure a
................................ ...... .... .. thanks to the protective dikes con- ? resort I B-25
.: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :-: : : :-: : :"' ) structed by United States Engineers. tion of this rich and fertile country. village to the eighth-ranking mili-, bases. : Pigg hauls pipe,

Found Carr Settle, publisher of Reaching the East Coast at West tary discharge port of the world,'I! pumps and motors, and supplies no-
the Moore Haven Democrat, LaBelle Palm Beach, you encounter another_ handling greater traffic than the help maintain the line. '
Too Late To ClassifyBy News and Clewiston News, at the startling change of scenery as dif- port of London. I Pvt. Pigg is entitled to wear thej
ferent Scenic Highlands and European-African-Middle East Ribbon
from the -
Town Hall and dragged him away I When a German bomb hit an incoming -j,
RUSSELL KAY the flat 'Glades as black is from and also the Good Conduct
from a meeting long enough to say infantry landing craft, the Ribbon.
white. Beautiful this famed: : t
as ever
"Hello." Carr is sporting a new engineers ran to the sinking boat
. playground of the nation greets I
LNNNNNN:NNNNNNNNNN:N NM-1 N NI shirt made from Florida ramie and you over a portable footbridge and IS
from a setting of unsurpassed floral SUBSCRIPTION PAIDT
is the envy of everyone in town.
beauty, modern buildings glisten in
for the first time
Visiting Sebring the subject
And we are on
the brilliant and a warmth of
since the war, I found the community !lof Ramie, it looks like this fibre sun
Florida hospitality beckons the
like most others, as busyas is destined to contribute muchto T
of crop visitor welcome even if it can't always \
a two-headed seal in a school Florida's agricultural and indus- 1\
tell him where he might finda
fish, highways were crowded with trial development. Thousands of '

heavily laden fruit trucks, hotels acres already under cultivation andI room. -_._- CLEWISTDNINN -
were filled and business establish- am informed that the problem of
ments generally prosperous. decordication has been licked and Local Man's Outfit

Although in the heart of one "t f we are: _.now able to provide textile
Florida's foremost citrus producing manufactors with the fibre in a Operates Sawmill Near

areas I was unable to get grape- suitable form for their use.
Po Valley In Italy Let's Dine
fruit for breakfast. When I quer- The Everglades is indeed a vast I Tonight and Every Night
ied the cafe he explained
manager empire, possessing resources that
that he was so short of help that have hardly more than been scratched. WITH THE FIFTH ARMY, Italy I IN THE SPACIOUS DINING ROOM OF THE
there: was no one to prepare it. I Research carried on by the -Pvt. James Porter, Jr., son of l I \
settled for a glass of canned juice. United States Sugar Corporation is Mrs. Fannie Roundtree, of Clewis- /
While Nate Broking and I don't constantly opening"new and greater ton, is a member of the 387th En- w

always agree on certain questions, opportunities for development. Shortly gineer Battalion, which recently has ,'. CLEWISTON INN, -

and quite often he will feature my the new starch plant will begin been operating a sawmill and a I, '
column in his Highlands County operation and as Ramie is developed, rock quarry in the Serchio Valley
News and run an editorial along: side textile mills will undoubtedly locatein near the Po plains of Italy. The

of it pointing out how wrong I am, this area. outfit has also. been repairing mili- Buffet
I give the boy credit for being fa rand The southeastern shore of the tary highways feeding. the Fifth Supper Sunday Nights
I am perfectly content to let lake is still the State and nation's Army front.

the reader consider both sides of the leading producing area for winter The 387th has harvested millionsof Special $1.50 6:30 to 8:00 P. M.
argument and form his own opin- vegetables. Palm Beach County, dollars worth of crops on inun-

ion.A you know leads the ,country in agri- dated plantations in the United
Regular Weekly Lunches
student of world history, Nate cultural production Belle Glade, States, served in North Africa, repaired 75c and Up ;;

has delved.,. t- into just about .every: Pahokee and, Canal Point are grow- railway equipment in Naples. "I

---------- went ashore at Anzio on D Day, aid-
.. >-" ,- ,. -;... ed in construction of an airport at WHERE OLD FRIENDS GREET AND NEW ONES MEET ,

: : ." Nettuno?, helped build up the supply
. ; l'.V base of' Anzio, 'rescued sailors from I .

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As only freeholders are permitted to vote in

bond elections, all land owners residing within Special :

Tax School District No. 7, Hendry County, Florida, :

are urgently requested to see and register that theyare OPENING ., ." ..., ", "-. \

such freeholders with Mrs. Addie Mills, Registra- e o o "" lf : 'oJ.,...,/--
;: : :.tf.
1 tion Officer, at the Sugar Bowl Drug Store, for the ., .i>. "

Clewiston Precinct; or :Mrs. Blanche Davidson, Reg-
istration Officer, at Davidson's Grocery Store, for the

Hooker's Point Precinct; on or before April 11, 1945, Saturday March 24

as the Registration Books which are now open in said ,

Precincts will close on that date ; and it is necessaryto

so register as such freeholders in order that they J
may vote in the said Special Tax School District No.

'7 election to be held on April 17, 1945, on a bond issueof .

$450,000 for the Clewiston schools. All land own- : Clewiston's New Jewelry ;.f

ers residing within said District, please be sure to see -fit*" '

the above Registration Officer of their voting pre- '

cinct on or before April 11, 1945. \ \; and Gift Store ':Y .

JOHN L. HALL /';.,, ....,:.

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Supervisor of Registration Hendry.. : : :
:, County, Florida
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We Will Carry Gifts 'for All Occasionsalso 4 ?

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IF YOU WISH THE Diamonds, Watches, Bracelets, Costume Jewelry, ,Rings, _

Fountain Pens, Compacts .

Leather Goods, Greeting Cards, Fine Stationery

A Complete Dinner At Baby Jewelry and Gifts



Inspect store opening dayP.
our on
$1.25 Up


Contrary to, rumor, 'the 9 TILL Canebrake 11:30 Bar !land Restaurantill., '

be ''open the entire sunimer and will maintain the same service SEMINOLE JEWELRY STORE
always rendered in the past. .


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(+:oo---(":":":":":": ":": :":-( :":":""':<<":":-{":-:":-:-:'.x.<-xx'Xxx..X' ent, while Sgt. Edwards is ,stationedat Girls Town Team
Scout recreation
: :. Maxwell Field. i I center:;
/ I
IIo 3.J While a resident in Clewiston, Wins Two More March .1 13. $10 reward. -
I Mis. Edwards was employed at Rid- 1-
1 1ER8ONL _
I and SOCIETY die Field. i I r I Call News, office. : 1 lt.
._ The girls' town basketball team
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'j'i I defeated the Buckingham WACs _.
Nychyk-Haven I
.1 Thursday night by a score of 23 to
:: I18 I FOR SALE One

, V".... ._.._..NNwN. .._-.N._....N. ._..,,'._...,'_.I/NN. _..w NNNNNNNNNNNN. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ............."", INNNLN. . .Nw. ..NN.. ..1hir I Miss Inez Haven, daughter -if: night and by the a score LaBelle of 25 team to 17 Tuesday to roll : used

, and Mrs.: Lou Place of Miami I Mrs. Fred C. Si lies 'and children Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Haven, Clewis-! their string of victories to six bedroom suit,. spring:

were week-end visitor here. visited relatives in Dunnellon over I ton, became the bride of Private i against one defeat, that at the handsof and mattress. One -
, -- the weekend.Mr. William Nychyk! of Wauchula, on LaBelle. I prewar

I ._> G. B. Clinch of Tampa was a business Friday evening of last week.' The I Figures on the game last nig'it studio couch, four-

visitor here this week. and Mrs. It Y. Patterson returned I informal ceremony was performedby were not, available but in the La-
I '"-..:_ this week from a short visitin the Rev. H. C. Meador. Miss I Belle game Myrtis Sutton, Eras high J kitchen chairs, one iron.
i iI
i ,. A. O. Ward was a business visitor Rochester, Minn Haven, was attended by her. sister, :I scorer for Clewiston with 13 bedstead.\
,.. in :Miami on Tuesday. Mis. O'Neal Walker, also ot Cle\\-, points. Kathryn Polk made !9) i Floyd

:) -- Miss Caroline Bryant, of Bowling iston, and Andy Nychyk, brother of points and Mary Nell Christian, third drews \V. Ventura. 1 It
';".,. J. S., Taylor was a business visitor Green, spent the week-end here the groom, was best man. Traditional j i forward, made three points. The ,
''i t -' in Palm',Beach on Wednesday.I. visiting friends.W. wedding music was played by' guards were Genevieve Veltri, Mar-
i :, Miss Elizabeth Hooker, of Belle !I garet Von Mach, F. Sutton and M.

'' Lee Parker left Thursday morning 'A. Wall and H. C. Richardson Glade. I I, Davis. FOR SALE: Six-room

" ,::',J on a business trip to Bermuda.. of- West Palm Beach were busi- I After the wedding, the party WPS'i'i The Clewiston team has scored >house bath
It .J. following and completely -
entertained McLcod.
"" ness visitors here Thursday. I by -i ,217 points to 118 for their opponents r ,
: Miss Clarice Lammons was the the wedding the couple left I I in games of follows: Moore furnished. For
week-end guest of Miss Myra Ket ,Mrs.: A. H. King and Mrs. V. C. for a short trip. to. West Palm Beach .:Haven 9, Clewiston' 23; Clewiston i

'.",' nedy in West Pann. Beach. ; Woodward spent Wednesday in West and Wauchula. From Wauchula High 12, Clewiston 28; LaBelle 13, j further information, see
:. '" Palm Beach.J. they will go to Camp Bowie, Texaa, Clewiston 52; LaBelle 18, Clewis- !i

: Mrs. Pierre Duba and Miss Ruby where Private Nychyk is stationedin ton 38; WACs 15, Clewiston 28 ; ,or write Mrs. M. Valaer,

t.,: Jean Norton visited in West Palm E. Beardsley attended a meet- the Field Artillery. j I i LaBelle 29! Clewiston 23; 'LaBelle
1\',: ,', Beach on Saturday ing of the Everglades Drainage Dis- Mrs. Nychyk attended high'school! 17,- Clewiston 25 and WACs 18,1 Box 2,_ Moore Haven.
:. ----- trict in West Palm Beach on Tues- in Belle Glade and Clewiston, while!! Clewiston 23. C
t':' Private Nychyk attended :in:)I I
.: Mrs. W. G. Carter and Miss ,Penny day. school

''O)' '. Davidson were visitors in West ----- .... Wauchula. 1 I ---- I Ii FOR RENT: Furnished
? 'P Palm Beach on Sunday. Chief' Gunner's Mate Wilbur Goff --- j Col. J. M. Lee State !I
j Comptroller,
...-.' -.. : left Tuesday for Port Hueneme, Jo Ann Long 'Freshman will soon publish his "Best Seller," bedroom, private bath.
k:, Mrs. C. W. MacDonald and daughter -j i Calif., after a short furlough spent a bound colume listing the names of I
r:, of Belle Glade visited friends here with friends.Mr. Carnival Committee j all State employees and the amounts W. ,E. Bailey, opposite

._ here on Wednesday. ----,-
\_ i they receive. Better get: your application I Clewiston Laundry. 1 It
and Mrs. D. C. Sligar of I
TALLAHASSEE, Mar. 17The! in early if you want a
z- Mr. and Mrs Keene Langhorn returned Richmond, Indiana, arrived last Saturday ;
annual Freshman Carnival at Florida -i copy.
4( Friday after a brief vacation for a visit with their son, D.
State College for Women was I I
;'-. in Palm Beach. A. Sligar, and Mrs. Sligar.
I a gala affair of Friday night at the:(: Are you doing your part by ,buying FLO'CER. s ,!
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college gymnasium. i j! War Bonds? ii i iI ii
," Mr. and Mrs. Barry Ingraham Prh'ate'Merrett Lowe arrived Fri- Cut flowers for delivery here or

-:;, \ have as their house guest, Mrs. day of last week to send a thirty A waterfront scene in- 1890 was:I i '! for delivery any .hCI'c in U. S.
Thomas Green of Fort his the theme of the event, which vas wire.
Myers. day furlough here with family by
and friends. staged in a realistic waterfront I'I I LOST: Pair of rimless I <
tavern, complete with fishing nets, MRS J. 31. FOUNTAINDay
: Gunnar Brink, former resident ofI I
I' barrels and other touches.A glasses at Boy : Phone 8'2 Night Phone 148-W
Clewiston, was the week-end guest Lt. Donald King, of Huntington ropes, such or near i iI

,'. of Mr. and Mrs. Marty Bennett. Park, Calif., and Hendrick's Field, floor show with acts appropriate I I -.
I was the week-end guest of Mr. and to the" setting was presented.The - --------

, !|; Captain Eugene Goodbread visited Mrs. Fred Hunziker.,. freshman carnival, which is
r: here for a few days the first of the to the freshmen what the sophomore PofiTHRIFTS

!l'',,.t":_' week. I I Mr. and Mrs., W. S. Bishop of i. hop is to the sophomores and
t; I: Fort Myers were the guests of Mr. the junior-senior prom to the other

:: Sgt. and Mrs. ;Moorman, nowf' and Mrs":! J. A. Pelham and I. classes, is the main entertainment ShoppedANTHONY'S
project of the freshman class for
living in Avon Park, visited here a on Sunday ,1. famili'I I
the It is under the
year. general :
;.. few days the early part of the week. I --
--- Mrs. Wilson Dozier, Sr., of Stauu- chairmanship of the president of the I r __S ulF71oN...tafrlART-ana.a. ..tin Q1IAUIJD
: ton, Virginia is the house ft class, who this year is Ida Lee
1; Miss Elizabeth guest
Hooker of Belle
Rentz of Miami.Committee I I
: Glade was a visitor here on Friday,II her 'son, Wilson Dozier, Jr., and heads for the affair -I 'frIDl

\;}. of last week. Mrs. Dozier. were Jimmie Rogers, of Dania; f 1[ pjrC.ll3seS, :of I ',S10 1, ,1 r.1 ,tlote I 00 I JlHKJ_

Miss Jean .Martha Peacock, of DeLand; Betty
,. Betty=! Hull of New
k Mrs. Jaci Rogers of Pahoke'e was Smyrna arrived this week and has I Kennedy, of Orlando; Beth Fuhrer,
r' the week-end guest of her mother, of Jacksonville; Babs McCarthy, of
** accepted employment at
..-: Mi's. W. P. Conley. Store. Miami;, Jean Ann Ramsdell, Plant
f" :....... ,
---- Jo
City; Ann Long, Clewiston;

f/- :Mrs. Ruth J. Vaughn and Miss i Mrs. Ruth B. Owens had _as her Irma Lee .,Shepherd,,; of Cocoa; .

; Leah Richaud spent Thursday in week-end guests, her sister, Mrs. Amorene Thompson, of"Baker; and FORT MYERS FLORIDA,

:. : LaBelle on official OPA business. H. R. Lamb and Mr. Lamb of Okee- Jean Sharer, Pensacola. .

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chobee., - ------------
( ::.,"'. Gilbert Glasgow left this week to

r". accept employment with National Mrs. A. D. Richardson ...and. Mr.
Airlines in Miami. He will be join- and Mrs. Frank Veltri and children *

":;, ed there by Mrs. Glasgow and daughter are spending today in West Palm

I :.c Sherry, in the near future. Beach. .
I:: -

Miss Annette Hoffman arrives ,
(I Monday to spend the Easter holi- ( ::
j days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.A. T

:. P., Hoffman. Miss Hoffman is ,, j\;::" ',: GETTING MERCHANDISE

,,, a resident of St. Petersburg. : .
r I' I I }: UNDER"-
Mrs. Charles E.' Lintz, ,of JackI :
t I .
sonville, Maryland, arrived last week \ "" "
DAILY 'I.\'l'lXI.g--i .
,. : : : I' M. I
r. MGIIT-7 A. U P. M. for a, few'weeks visit with her daughter i : '
wfr;; s.tI.e- r.LY.--DP.M covriM'ousa : I Mrs William Berkhardt and I I a WARTIME CONDITIONSWe
Mr. Berkhardt. 1

a. & 110MAR.. 25 & 26 I SIXTH BIRTHDAY PARTY '! are doing our very best to maintain the high. ,

? I Miss Elsie Anderson celebrated standard of our service during these strenuous days..' '?:,

f- A"NM ILlER. her sixth birthday last week with a

:, JOE BESSER I party Those at the attending home of her parents.Janice Our buyers are ,constantly in market and seem .to be ,:

'. J J ; Daigle, Patsy Elder, were Martha Jean quite successful in obtaining merchandise. This is ;

: .'' 1114 NAIMcINiYRE HIS Nowling, Claire, Hedke, Bonnie Fay especially true in the Ready to Wear Department.
=-- DRCHlTAA Durrence, 'Joy Bartz, Mary CatherineFrancis
> Eudalie Helen Bethea, Many visiting manufacturers who come to Palm .

I.-, CARTOONS Elissa Mueller, Elizabeth and Audry .Beach in the season have expressed astonishment at
. --- Devalcourt,
Beverly and Ronnie
: TUES. & WED., MAR. 27&28Double ley, Kitty Keen, Virginia Godwin, the showing we are making in better apparel, second S
[ ( Feature
.. Charles Twiddy, Warren Brown,
floor and in the Budget Shop.
: "That's 'I
: My Baby"Richard Betty Ann Sellers, Gene Anderson,

ff, "" Arlon Ellen Drew L. E. Hicks, Mrs. Joe Elder. and

., "Un Invited" Mrs. J. Bartr. Our customers, from all sections of the county are
Mrs. Anderson
was assisted by
}i Ruth Hussey Ray MillanclTHUItS. Mrs. Allen Daigle and Mrs. Carl pleased. Express shipments come daily. If we-'do

"t';"; Anderson. Refreshments of ice cream not have what you want today the chances, are we
& Fill. and cake ,
.MAR. 29 & 30 were enjoyed by all. .' .
will have it very soon.

::. oN r- BRIDGE CLUB MEETS / : '
t.s Remember the buyers of Anthony's are constantly
;:, N. V. S. Mumford was hos- on duty trying to maintain good service. -
tess to her bridge club Wednesday

afternoon at her home with Mrs.
W. C. Owen and Mrs. F, E. Conkling Make Anthony's your headquarters

being high and low scorers. Others ,", :> when in town -
playing ,
were Mrs. F. Deane Duff,
Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. C. J. : '

Neilsen, Mrs. Otto Larsen .Mrs. H ; l' ?1 ; ; : ...
-A C. Wilson and Mrs II. A. Bestor. ii

" Mrs Mumford served sandwiches and .. ,
,,. ,
(MINE01s coffee to her' guests.EdwardsBurkett. '

I i \
Of interest to ;her many friends
1 "Louisiana Ride"JUDY
Hay here is the recent marriage of Miss
:i 'CAXOVACARTOON Juanita Elizabeth Burkett daughter -

of Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Burkett,
of Homestead, to Sgt. Henry A. Edwards 312 Clematis Street West Palm BeachFRIDAY

"BAT MAN" No. 8 l Jr., of Montgomery, Ala. <.

' Sgt. and Mrs. Edwards are residing -
!II i I ..c. 'd. : 'A-:"_-_ ",' in Montgomery for the pres- I


THE CHERUB I llncrl.gtEI PhzI Japs Inform Sun GoddessOf .IPf9nap! ,i i1im
: a .,-".",. ,"... ; :""c.'.,."i' 1J!!
'' Tf1 I I I.H"fi"
All Important EventsJapan's : i : i ";i..1tJ. .

Experience zs all t'h tt : most sacred shrine is a ,..,s : =3: '" ,
CO\mts- Small wooden building at Ise, 250 '

I dorvb care tYvch.Jh air miles from Tokyo, which is -

dedicated to Amaterasu, the Sungoddess A biscuit cutter or cookie cut To clean your coffee percolator,
kind best to relieve the
t way
\ THE teris handy for scaling fish. fill it with
who has been informedof water as usual but
monotony of a job is to think put
ofiJl the
I'll] taste -.- in four
better of doing it. all important events .in that I tablespoons of salt insteadof

Fruits oF liFe, up a way Country for 2,500 years, says Colliers Cut the cover for the ironing coffee. Heat just as if you were

(v And Ie thecore5 lie who wants contentment generally The emperor, for instance, board on the bias and there will making coffee. The salt will thor-
ve. cannot find an easy chair.
goes there to announce the birthof be no trouble with wrinkles. oughly do the job. '
Be careful that don't put .
you .
and the -
a royal baby, pre- -
behind.WNU. clouds in somebody else's blue mier to tell of a declaration of After washing your window sills, To air bedclothes indoors, hang

: sky.One wax them. They can then be kept them over the radiator. The heat

invention the world really war.Millions of' ordinary pilgrims clean for: a long time by just dust- will air them very quickly. '

needs-an amplifier, for the voiceof also visit it annually, although ing them with a cloth. -.-

conscience. they are forbidden to pass -.- Keep empty spools and as

Better an ounce of example thana through even the first of the four Blow dirt from the windings of scraps of embroidery floss,

pound of advice. fences surrounding the temple, an electric motor with the tire string, tape, etc., accumulate,

Ideas are funny little things, they don which contains, incidentally, pump or vacuum cleaner. A wet wind on separate spools. It helps

WNU Features. work until you do., nothing but Amaterasu's mirror. cleaning job will bring trouble. keep the sewing basket orderly.

Classified Department 'Star of the East' '

:_HELP WANTED GU GUTH TH I l -- Easy,; to Do Cloth, ,,

Persons now engaged in essential : really soothing becausethey're :
industry will not apply without state
due to colds : :
i really
ment of availability from their local
United States Employment Service. are eased, sticky phlegm loosened up, .mediC . E
irritated upper: breathing passages are
soothed and relieved,by rubbing Vicks
.UT z
LUMBER YARD help wanted, white or colored ;
full time and overtime should live In VapoRub on throat, chest and backat
Hollywood, perm. work. Apply Doc Hampton bedtime. Blessed relief as VapoRub, i ii
Llndsley Lumber Co., Hollywood, Fla. i
PENETRATES to upper bronchial vI

CITRUS FRUIT tubes with its special medicinal vapors, r COUGH r

STIMULATES chest and back sur- I \

faces like a warming poultice. LOZENGESMillions '
Often by morning most of the mis o l THURS.-FRI.-SAT.
Tree RipenedCITRUS 7:15: a. m. (CWT): 8:15: a. m. (EWT) i '
ery of the cold is gone! Remember- use F & F Lozenges to ,ri1 SUNDAY

FRUiT ONLY VAPORUB Gives You this special : give their throat a 15 minute soothing : 8:15 a.m.(CWT); 3:15 a.m. (EWT)

A bushel of delicious tree ripened citrus double action. It's time-tested, : comforting treatment that : Your Favorilt CBS Station i

fruit,containing both oranges and grape home-proved...the best-known home : reaches all the way down. For
fruit from the famous Maxcy Florida Groves, :' coughsthroatirritationsothoarsenessresulting :
direct to you, express prepaid, for $4.50. remedy Cf4 : from colds or smoking :
forre1ievV 9 ,
Mail orders solicited. Fruit picked daily ing V .
and shipped to you by fast express. V A PO RUB soothe with F&F. Box, only 10?. :

Descriptive booklet and price list of vari- ....................,.... .........:
ous size packages sent free. Reference:
Tropical State Bank,Sebring, Florida.
ft a GIve It that well groomedlook.
Sebring, Florida'MISCELLANEOUS SNAPPY FACTS t & Add lustre. Keep your
NE UNRULY hair lying flat. Always usa
Morollne Hair Tonic. Large
ABOUT SURER wm-SEUER'; HAIR bottle 25c. Sold everywhere.

COMIC CARDS: 12 for lOc; 180 different I '
cards for SI.00. 12 gay love letters lOc.

491 KOMI-KARD- NOVELTIESBox Houston 1, Texas. riJARUBBER

-.I7i- ?
GOLD PLATED Collar Stays. Keeps your 7240
collars neat. New style. Invisible. Won't
lose. SI postpaid. Empire Advertising ServIce -
A-1005 Oakdale Ave., Chicago 13. III.

Spare synthetic tires carriedon IT'S so quickly memorized, so

PERFUMES vehicles should be pro- A easy, and so effective in

tected against sun and spreads cloths scarfs
or pillows,
Synthetic casings are
LECTION ol fine quality perfumes. Havinga this crocheted medallion.
good base delicately scented. Manufac- particularly subject to sun *
tured by one of the country's leading per- checks the beginning of
fume creators. We are offering a special The beginner's delight, the expert's pride FAMOUS DISCOVERY
introductory selection of five different fra- cracks and mileage wasters. -Star of the East medallion. Pattern
grances PARISIAN. size at $4.75 complete. 4i,c y { 7240 contains directions for medallion;
COSMETICS Botanists designate the Eucommia stitches. acts fast on the kidneys
302 Barrlngton St., Rochester 7. N. Y.
ulmoides as"the only hardy rubber
Send your order to:
PLANTS tree" It is an ornamental I tree with to; ease painful bladder Irritation a i

_ _' 3 per cent 'rubber content, an ,Sewing ,Circle Needlecraft Dept. caused by excess acidity in the urine
COPENHAGEN Cabbace, Plants $2 per ,amount that does not encourage :
564 W.
Randolph St. Chicago 80, 111.
1.000; all other varieties Z5g. per 1,000.Onion commercial; extraction: Thousands are thanking, DR. KILMER'S
plants SI per 1.000 b. Lenox.Lenox. Enclose 16 cents for Pattern SWAMP ROOT for helping them to remove -
Tests have demonstrated that VERONICA No. the cause of needless "getting up atnights"
For this
pure medicine,
GRAPE PLANTS. Highest quality. Genu- in
many respects typewriterand
originally created by a practising physi-
ine Florida Bencon. Plant now. Full planting Name
growing information furnished. Florida business machine rolls or LACE cian, acts quickly to increase the flow of
7s original and largest platens of synthetic rubberare theicture Address urine. .helps relieve backache, run-down
nursery Uopson's ::iIUiriz.gr.fa! : Before feeling:, uncomfortable symptoms of
equal or superior to star of ,, bladder irritation. SWAMP ROOT Is a
... those of natural rubber. Dawn, a Par well scientific preparation. A combination of
POULTRY is one odf ell infotmcd carefully blended herbs, roots vegetable,
who use balsams. Absolutely nothing harsh or
u. S. approved and certified laying pul- Sfoo wood stars habit-forming when you use Dr. Kilmer's
lets and baby chicks. 15 leading varieties.E. fox Tooth Powder. Inc,, PEPPER! Yes sized we have box it!includes Generous medicine. Just good ingredients,that act
GRAVES Greenville Miss.
attractive glass shaker as premium. fast to bring; you new comfort!
M p CotinbbiBridel Postpaid, $1.00. Send for free, prepaid sample TODAY T
SALESMENSALESMEN ; rr, Like thousands of others you'll be glad l
t00'iNCMmOX Hl h quality that you did. Send name and address to
BOBBY PINS! spring steel. Buy Department C, Kilmer & Co., Inc., Box
WANTED. A well established. poWDERConstipation a supply while they last. Ten cards 1255, Stamford, Conn. Offer limited. Sendat
successful wholesale firm
in Jacksonville. postpaid $1.00. ,once. All druggists sell Swamp Root.
Fla., has openings for men, not over thirty-
five years of age, who have proper back-
ground and can furnish excellent refer- HAIR WtlOI -Silk or human hair.
ences. This represents a splendid opportu- Regular 25c qual-
ity; four nets, postpaid $1.00. AT FIRST
nity for men who are looking for perma- !
nent positions, and who are willing to startat BiGoodrjchas SIGN.OF A
the bottom and build for a secure future.
BABY PANTS! swerspa worried
Applicants should state age education,
past business experience, and referencesin mother's prayer. SOc quality; two
first letter. Replies will be kept m strict pairs, postpaid, $1.00. Q666
confidence and should be addressed to:

1?. O. BOX 1804,.JACKSONVILLE 1. FLA. Send money: order or currency: ;add lOa

is the cause of to cheeky for exchange j

War Bonds- GENERAL PRODUCTS CD. Albany, Ga. .J
-Buy Savings Cold Preparations as directed

, Much SufferingConstIpation

Starts INSTANTLY to relieve & Buy United States War Bonds *

may cause no symp-
toms for a long time, but unless cor-
MUSCULARACHESPAINS rected will finally impair the health. '

Symptoms associated with advanc-

ing constipation are loss of appetite, I :
heavily coated tongue, tired feeling g-i F. wF A..r' { v

and mental depression. Headache,

Soreness and StiffnessFor dizziness, anemia, and skin disturb-
ances such as acne, are commonly ex- L L'ra
blessed relief rub D y
prompt on a
perienced. In severe cases, neuralgia.
Musterole. It
powerfully soothing and Joint Indigestion p 'ruyy'
pains occur. w N
break local ;
actually helps up painful :
with formation and colic and
gas ,
So much easier to apply thana
piles and fissures frequently add to sin
mustard plaster.f'No fuss. No muse
the discomforts of chronic
with Musterok! Just rub it on.
cases. V
In3 No matter how many other medicines M '

StrenthsWNU7 J 8 you may have tried for con-
stipation, we urge you to try B-L
PREPARATION, with the under- t'L WctulciSciIn W a
standing that B-L PREPARATIONmust
10-45 Remember that Constipation can bring you satisfactory resultsor :;: ;
your money back. Caution: Use ?
make easy problems look hard I only as directed.-Adv.

Constipation can undermine energy
and confidence Take Nature's ,'

1 Remedy (NR Tablets). Contains no LJ (; .r

chemicals: ,minerals,phenol de I
rivatives.Nil Tablets are differentact -
Help Them Cleanse different. Purely vegetable-a .
the Blood combination of 10 vegetable ingredients :HEAT TREATMENT HELP YOU ,''
of Harmful Body Waste
formulated over 50 years ago. Nothing con make you moro miserable
Your kidneys are constantly filtering Uncoated or candy coated their A favorite household antiseptic dress- than
nagging muscular aches and ,
waste matter from the blood stream.But ing and liniment for 98 years-Hanford's
kidneys sometimes lag in their workdonot action is dependable, thorough yet BALSAM OF MYRRHI It contains r Nothing is more welcome than the glorious
act as Nature intended-fail gentle as millions of NR's baveproved' -
to remove soothing gums to relieve the soreness and relief Sloan's Liniment brings. Just
impurities that, it retained,
poison the system and upset the whole may Get a only 5 Convincer Box ache of over-used and strained muscles. pat it on and feel this"hoot treatment"

body machinery. Caution:Take as directed. Takes the sting and itch out of burns, penetrate instantly, bringing warm,
Symptoms may be nagging backache, NR TONIGHT; TOMORROW ALRIGHT scalds, insect bites, oak and ivy poison- comforting relief.
persistent headache,attacks of dizziness, ing, wind and sun burn, chafing and
getting up nights, swelling, puffiness ALL-VEGETABLE LAXATIVE chapped skin. Its antiseptic action less-
under the feeling of
ayes-a nervous ens the danger of infection whenever the
auxiety and of pep and strength. a
Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder kin is cut or broken.
are sometimes burning scanty or / 'IPR1f Keep a bottle handy for the minor '
too frequent urination. casualties of kitchen and nursery. At Tired Aching Muscles Sprains
There should be no doubt that prompt your druggist-trial size bottle 35t;
treatment is wiser than neglect. Use AF3d..fc'E'hR household size 65t; economy size $1.25. Stiff
Doan't Pillt. Strains Bruises
have been winning
a C. HANFORD MFG. CO, Syracuse N.Y.

new They friends have for a nation-wide more than forty reputation.years. f ONE WORD SUGGESTIONFOR Sole makers of t 4i

Aro recommended by grateful people the Y:
country over. Ask your neighbor ACID INDIGESTION

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I at ,the home of Mrs. T. L. Tanner I ITuesday' I for the study of a book on South Tallahassee, Florida pliance with Sections 270.07 270.08 and "
School Board Employs, America, entitled "Friends Down February 23 194i 270.09. Florida Statutes 1941. '
at m.
p. I NOTICENOTICE The Trustees of the Internal Inn
The Auxiliaries' the W. M. S'I' Under." Rev. C. L. Clements of provement Fund reserve the right to
Two TeachersMrs. meet at the church as follows: Lake Harbor will teach all the boys. I Is hereby, given that the reject any and all bids.
ORDER of the Trustees of the
Trustees of the Internal ImprovementFund
Sunbeams at 3:30 Wednesday; the I Mrs. 1. E. Enlow of Belle Glade of the State of, Florida will offer Internal Improvement Fund. of tho'
'"':, ".:. Katherine Harris assumed G. A.'s at 3:45 Wednesday.The I r will teach the girls and Mrs. David for sale to be sold to the highest bidder -' State or Florida. '.'
'w. I her duties last week as librarian at will of South Bay will teach the at Tallahassee, Florida at 11:00 Mlllard F. Caldwell '
service Lynn
mid-week prayer I II o'clock A. M. April 17th, 1945 the following Governor.
-(: Clewiston schools after being duly begin at 8 p. m., Wednesday. All 'I Sunbeams. Lunch will be served at described land in, 'Hendry. County -
): for the job by the Hen- : Attest:
: appointed invited to attend. I I the church by the women of the
are E1 of Section 5, Township 44 F. C. Elliot. Secretary
. ', dry county school board.At W. M. S. A good time is promised
Choir practice at the church J II South. Range 32 East. 317 acres. Trustees I. I. Fund.
the same time Mrs. Claude all who attend. THIS NOTICE is published in com j Mar. 16, 23, 30, April C, 13, 1945.Mack's .
Maddox was hired to teach the second Thursday evening at 8 p. in. All I I r ...
members of the choir are urged to I Our revival begin April 15
third at Clewiston i will ,
, and grades I
to succeed Mrs. Vera Walker Thor, be present I I with Rev. Thad Entzminger .>.f
'l' "who resigned. All members of the auxiliaries cf : Manatee bringing the messages. Let

:'v;. ..". the W. M. S. will meet at the church I. us all prepare to attend all the '

:; is CLEWISTON COMMUNITY next Friday March 30,. at 10 a. m., I services. Drug StoreExcellent

':. David C. CHURCH Hancock, Minister .jMj..:.{-J J :-J-:*.J.4j..J-:..:-.J..J- J..JService..:..:.:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:-:,..:-..:-..:...:...:-..:-..;-.;-..;-...;......;....;...;..;...;-..-; -;..;-..-;...-..-;..-


.Our Invitation Prescription Service
This church has no, other creed HeadquartersCARS

"but the Bible, no other law but love, .',
and no other master but Christ. The S 7A.M-IIP.M.

only terms of membership are the
conditions of salvation profession '
PHONE 20Assembly
of faith in Christ and obedienceto -

him.' To every believer in Christ I
Ve extend the invitation to join b ::
'the worship and fellowship of our V- .. v

61. church. .' I .. ................................................... .........,.....................................................I..................rr.---.x..r. . .
Sunday School, 9:45: a. m., Dr. C. I l.I ,
E. Gericke, superintendent. Classes. All Makes -

for all ages.Fleming I of God i
Worship, 11:00 a. m. A
'nursery'' for small children is con- A \

ducted by the Mothers' Club at the :;- :;: '.h/H6t 4::" SOUTH CLEWISTON: t
'Community Center. 13 ? : }: ;?<' -
TRUCKS : ,; : .tj:

Jesus Goes to Jerusalem" is the I ,; .'. ."....... ".,<.. ..,,,:::.:...-.:,: Sunday School ._.._......_._.._ 10:00 A. M. -)
;: ;
: :::;
, tfheme of the minister's sermole.Passion I .
"" t'.. Week Communion Service :% Morning Worship ,.._...__.__ _....-_.-.... 11:00 A. M. ::5s.

on Thursday, March 29, at 8:00 GMAC BUDGET PLAN AAA HEPHESEXTATIV'ESCHRISTIAN I ,.. : : Evangelistic Service ....'_-_......-..._.._- 8:00 P. M. 4.:l's'
'p. m., and there will be a special II a ?
service celebrating the Sacrament of .'s'. : Weekly: Services, Tuesday .'.._._._ 8:00 P. M. ;;
; i.
the Lord's Supper Members will CHEVROLET I S r. : ZI
::: Young People's Service Friday 8:00 P. M. t
also be received at this service. There
Will: be special music by the choir. h .'l.I.s.
87 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA J'CI&;'\'. H. 'J... .":..

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Services every Sunday:::) at 8 :30

.. 'a. m., at Clewiston' Community '- .. <<. <};; r {t.1Wf {t ? 4.t1 11 *%ir tr tlg1 j { ii i*
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m f. &Fi $X ,
Church.THE REV. S. D. MASOIC: .i1 :(} 1it $? : i 1_;Jz 4 1.fit )$}Jt:1:? & Wt.1f'i: ;. YJ: >*'i; ?;}*. -
Priest in Charge. i i { \k ;r:; t 1w rf 'ttr fJ h$>4 ;iY # i\W t ; ? Hk1.{oi.i.t1:?{ i
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Mass:ST.".Ft'.:MARGARET'S Peter Clewiston J. 'Heill 9:00:: )CHURCH', a.Pastor m. ::: .. : 41: r )JtPI' \\1: 'I' 'I'II\ j I: Hii1 f f & } ,.i 1,! .n.1!

<: :
.. :;
Pahokee 11:00 a. m. >>", >;...:',.-N l :: s- .5.'x: : r ( '; '' : S rYr
H. "C. Meatlor, Pastor h dL'ti '
)i,2r, .rj/;
Irfft. i r .! x
, "Sunday School, -9:45 a. m. ', .4::.Lti tr' .:'l, '..r.t
.., ''
Worship-11:00a. m. .i !' :'f1S I'f'.5 ;'
Morning f.SaewAxn nJ firr dJrr ix.nv_ r 4a:ww3 t U S
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Training Union-6:15 p. -m.- 1at THE SOUTH': OFFERS INDUS. business ,concerns in 1942' it only suffered iff ., } 1% :;
Evening Worship-7:30 p. m. << the nation's industrial! andJJig ; ,: $W;$ &{ t,
8:00 %ral TRIAL STABIUTY 12 perrcentfaofIrrt' i:.$ $ .d, "N' 1
Service Wed. m. nSa4
Prayer p. / ?:; A"' 1.l L in 1942, I WltEI1: tfh 6>> .
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Beginning April 1 the time of the n V t" : )a.;
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'evening services of our church will By Thurman Sensingy 'J a ";-:{{' -c/".: ;;N''S '-";' Z' '<) '
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change one-half hour. Training i&1'th -' 'I VC jtS-- _ ; '
1)lrectorof'Resea ch, Southern States drawn from these e %i1 ., ,,,., .;% t
Union will begin at 6:45 p. m., and .r ) r4 : The conclusion. i 2 be q : dN'' e ] Nashville Tenn. r V "" "";'.:Z:v."i..>''tU"V:: : '''< '':''':' (
chance'of : .
IndustrialjCouncil ,
will ,
worship service beginat is that the"average success .
evening v, .. "-_ figures yt:$ .:gt-t: : :i\i;:k;: 4:1.f.9
8:00 p., m., Q] -'lfrgL. forjbusiness. in the South is twice as good \\ :: t <: : ,:+ :: ,<::;;\ t: :>k i 1
"It's The Brain That Counts" a .1 We have made the statement a number of as the average for the nation. 0 ;_;}jro ; }!I\\\ r I'

V sound moving picture will be shown .,,, Ath times during past weeks that the South offers The favorable comparison of business! m \? *:.T.it:eStl. r.,;.tnA ER4 t { g i) YY%;',,::tr :

at the evening service Sunday. Thisis "" o_. the best opportunity for commercial and industrial the South as contrasted with the nation not.: .. .t..\;!::. br<;dis. Jt\ niIhe i I

I \ a "MUST" picture and every adult 'AP. 1 a development of any region of the only holds good for 1942, it was also true for 1',%) sri. utltr,f actGnesa T 1
-and young person should see it. It i Southeast
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Don'tmiss :rJj t.land.. the two previous years. y. k :<,; %: ,$11) .
will be worth time. >:
h it! your .. t'totVe have called attention to the fact, that 'k n ;f;.;'=,we.'sholf: '!;\be.;: glad!
i' The Annie W. Armstrong Circleof 'iI. re the ,South has always had all the natural t} );;; io,,.tetomnlend k',: .\;; .

. ;. the W. :M. S. will meet at the :.:@.t n .assets necessary for sound prosperity andexcept The. greater stability of Southern businessis h :,i1Jf 'it, lta11e(igcotio! s h t=t, 1 1r4G =any t

nome of' Mrs. W.. R. Broadrick at .1-.( for the ravages of war throughout the evident from this record. '< r ,:'Ovr"i' seards'staff<: ;,,: t..,,,{M;, :,
:3 : 30 Tuesday. {' :.? :s< the South' :,:. 'x' Qlsoayhllbtifeq \ ? { '
i ;"iff t region some eighty years .ago, : X. t", if'Xi-1
" The Agnes Graham Circle meets 1ttse: would all'along have been In the vanguard :iS w .for''col"n"pceh: -:!,' ;:;":i&1M."'j{>
.r ( of the Nation's economic development.] The businessman or the industrialist' Vi h 0,4.: : :;:' ;':A +{
--" t.t ,)m .. ., .stye studies. ,;.. .Witlvxrespect "x.(,,.'"
... ;:W::? > or.develop I an industrial v '' ; < KL
. wishes. to gointobusiness :
1't.t.Mt.xo. .. } ., ,' 'fo, Indusfriol : ..':>>", '
:.)7. % I plant I and, t h.investor or banker ::\. 'k. u':'' ; .ft'f'i' I -
t1f possibilitiesin
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I ,*?g0-si.' We have shown that whereas the South wishing to finance such developments would, r $ .! territory ,. .t ;$ i:
r ]P.Jiey' is still below the national average in its economic therefore, do..well to realize that the South r r ;;:1;; will j rep', -:lt

:,"C' l I /r6}* 1i development it 'is now gaining at a offers the best opportunity.for the success of ;):::" J}lnquirleI.. ,,:'i 'f< aif .
f ttJ1f.r.. more rapid rate than the nation at large. such enterpnsesand the safety of such in .,', 'Wr:. ,'te've. prampt'cmt4nffcf t
## i he Perhaps there are still those who do not vestments. f <: t> ""$ : >'tlta.. ,ptteit!. \" .: } t

i rr 4-.f.ff/.1'S: have this same faith in. the economic future Once this fact IS fully realized by the ;{; .'"' tKJruJ;),M.:Fietds. *-. '? xx\l:
r i s M{.../: ed of the South. people of this nation the trend of capital and "' 1 : Afififartt \yiceMJPresfd k .
I Ii' industrial development Southward will occur ,' entjc: 'WiKs: ; ,
: i' 'k5'i 4 jt}pd '$ ;imia tan N .rC ..
: with accelerated speed. : : !11. : ; !: J.,
li ?.1' 'i.:: t.F,..}1'.., These fifteen Southern states compriseonethird 1 "...'.' .'t. '..., ';'., }:" .,..."

i! 1 l.t.w;;,' ,1 of the. nation's I land and containonethird ,.. ,. ,'.. .' .. ,<, "':.',. ,"'. ....f. ." :.<>;'" :.'?
" Wl)" .jse of the nation's people. On a pro- t.'.n ":"";,<, :,. ":."" .' '" '"R'ipii"jr01ri< ; <."' ;.:. >: "::.. .>, ..i' ":: :. ;'

6 l tl;bss rata basis, therefore, these'-same states :< <- :>t':'';;:: : ': ,\: : ;"'FiY'YhTTk.YIbLE>.(t N"6r:: : 'ail.JH: '''.i i:":S

'. i"ROd} ,should contain one-third of the nation's business ;::: .."' : {:W: : ," ','" <:l : ; :':'.... ,,,.; :>., :. t0?.X .:. \, .!:i "i.t 1f. }
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::tji >> concerns, whereas:will be noted,they ,, : .' ;.W;' f:) I <> ,x ;: :
,. Nyimvhat contain 24 cent. ;:$: ::' '> ': :. : { : Jr .;
1: iiin only per : : ::{ .. r' _. ;', : d'
i r1' lOt This is not the important point, however. t::: ; :i LA ..- : ":-.. ':)J.; :: Mf:' .>.': ",., Jt, ik' !,:; ..
l"sUlJld & 'mu'I )<:<"" ''''< < "" 'V '
::r : daft 4s ;ifi.tm1or': :, ;:: ;->: The fact that stands out is that while the 'n, "N'. ",\'... ;'; >C'. Q ;-2 0 -..,./'.' .hk\-\"j.': ) '. """"." '. ,,.::>::: : <><
pIai ctUtihJti t.tWl nfJI : ? .r:3':'::" South contained 24 per cent of the nations.,":. ;;:"!.j 0;; IN ; .' @-J:<*,1'' !r ':'-

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local', responsible families f ALA .
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I ncsday; morning for the Pacific Coast fortified by the u. S. to neutralize another chapter in its historic march !I. and later liberated Eindhoven, in
Comedian Praises but isn't expecting to tarry there I I the big Jap base of Truk. through the battles 01 World War Holland.. It twice took the mea-
I but a short time before going overseas Wilbur feels like he'll soon be in II. j sure of the elite German 6th Parachute -

-tied Cross Work once more since this trip home. China.' I In addition to participating in the I''! Regiment in attaining victories -'
was a leave before embarkation.His battle of Bastogne, the 506th para-I in France and Holland.
..___ W-O Campbell E. Nail returned
=a.e buddy Dick Hooks, will accompany 1
from the South I chute infantry regiment played a\ Members of the unit''' who participated -
him on the return trip but Thursday
stationedfor major role in the success of the j in Bastogne envelopment
Lillian was already in California Pacific where he has been
with Dick they're; taking advantage more than two years with the I Normandy and Holland campaigns.It I included Sgt. Lilhngton A. Tew of
took part in the fall of Carentan
j of this time to see that Navy Sea-Bees to spend a leave at I _.
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country out there: She will probably home. We've followed -
: return to Clewiston shortly be- home each week since Frances first I I ,
fore the boys sail. heard that he was coming. Last'week ( I
\ he arrived in the States and -j
f' Wilbur told us some of his experiences -
in the early days when the wired that he was coming as ,soon
of "too little and too. late" as possible. Now he is back home
{ story -
> ... was a common one. His group sail- even for a brief visit; and we hope I' : CATTLE.. OWNERS AND BUYERSATTENTION
ed for the south Pacific aboard a that he'll enjoy his stay and that -

ship loaded with high octane gasoline we'll get ,a chance to, talk, over his I S
and high explosives experiences with him while he's "
dynamite other :
l ; and without an escort. One I here. ._ I !
pi: little Jap bomber could have kept

I ?1 Wilbur or any of his mates from 101st Airborne Writes : Okeechobee Livestock ..
ever seeing the USA again.

When his ship arrived at its destination Another Historic =

one of the, .islands ,of the ...S"'. Market :,
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: Solomon group we believe he was Chapter At BastogneWITH .' ;'' 1., .. "
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>" "'y' -1'-- anxious to get ashore and left witha :..- _.
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BOB HOPE small group the first morning to THE 101st AIRBORNE ,
spend the day with. an outfit already DIVISION ON THE WESTERN
Bob Hope has had the opportunity established there. Toward i FRONT.-Within two days after the '
In his traveling around GI evening as they prepared to return I 101st Airborne Division pulled into. THURSDAY Y", ,APRIL 5 : : : & -

voamps and battle fronts to study to the ship they saw that it wassailing Bastogne shortly after the start of :
Hfte work of the American-Red Cross. away. as were the three or the Battle of the Bulge, it was com- \
and what he' has seen has made him four other ships in the harbor. The pletely sealed from outside help. i Sale :starts promptly at 2

'one of its warmest supporters.. f reason was soon learned.. A Japa- When the Germans demanded surrender -H. o'clock"i

"I've never been anywhere' with'Iat nese task;: ,force was reported. to be acting division commander S
) seeing the Red Cross in there I approaching to make a landing on :. Brigadier General Anthony C. MeAlifrc -" Bring your ''livestock Attend the sale '
doing a man-sized job at- all hours! this, island: aid thcra was not timeto answered "NI t'." i

*of the day and night, in hospitalsand I pick up Wilbur and the others on I I. The defense was to att. k con-
out of Iicspltals," the star says. I the island who were left with only
: tinuously. At one point. Tie ammunition -
Hope traveled many thousands small arms to defend themselves. )I i ration was 11 rounds to a A. C. McNurlen, Auctioneer-Sales S
'of miles to entertain the troops, and They had made their plans to escape
gun. No planes were able to breakthrough r'
: what the Red Cross Is doing -I, Every
knows' into the hills and stay free low ceiling to bring support Thursday
'to bring, 'in his words, "comfort ,
long possible but fortunately the<
I and srpplic There were too many
peace of mind and a definite as- Japs changsd tlicu minds and went wounded for the medics to handle. {> *
surance that we here at home care. somewhere else I But 'seven days after the encirclement -- I" Burdick & Carson, Inc.-Owners

-- We learned, too, that Green Ig-I the battle of the Bastogne

.. land which Wilbur and Dick occupied pocket ended. .\ corridor had been I And ''Operators
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EO long, is a small island established with 9ur own troops.
north of Guadalcanal which was The. 101st Auboiue had completed I .

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have been released from Ger- ;'!. I''e"= \
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man prison camp the folks are '''''\ .' '' .')'J -<:==:.....-..... ,.. \ \'--. \,
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anxiously awaiting .IJ> '
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'clothes packed and is ready to go -.-: .. ...-: ""...." .

meet him as soon as his boat docks. c----.. \ ". .
>But; of course he may walk in one I ,...-.-ee, \ .
of these days without any previous "4' \\ _
announcement. I \\\ 4 ;
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Pvt. Merrell Lowe who has been I \ \ "

serving with the Military Police in -- ,'I : I \ .\ -h".,.vl..,*._-,,,-.'.*.1".. J _, ..' "

Hawaii for the past 34 months arrived ; {; :.. ,.; :' -: _.... .. ...../ ; ;.:,::;":.:.;" .
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'spend a thirty day furlough with ,. 'j'. .cIJ"i}: : ., ,\ -: ....-.'-, '
tiffs parents Mr. and Mrs. L. L. 1 ,
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Lowe. He will be reassigned to ? lf't'h/lfl: r S. : :" I :

:Seattle, Wash .. '- ......."...:. ..; :,? 'I I was very wrong at Plant X. "'

;; ..":...... ;;: ,, ;j t Delicate aircraft :1,
CPO Wilbur Goff of the Navy ... ...... "::'-oJ : %,II.'i'l parts were being rejected by the I .. :

:Sea-Bees checked out' again Wed- 7 : -:-,:: ;? :'{((1!\r .,. .,- dozens. On polished mirroi-like surfaces _appeared :: '

-------- t :. .. .:-- ;"Jd. i\\ tiny spots of corrosion enough to wreck an engine, l '"
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I r: ..-.. '\. < s'\t '" send a bomber spinning to disaster .' :.

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I I Clewiston : 7 .' ,,;f Investigators: found the answer at their fingertips 'A

1 "t ;$. Acid in the perspiration of workers' fingers ... .

"Xt ."&*fcJ&%/.1r ,I-'. ate' into the highly polished metals, paved the way :v.:.;

CollrseFAIRWAYS ,,- ..", .: for rust and fatal deterioration : ,
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:...; : :-.ftf\.f; ;5 Plant X was immediately Air Conditioned. .
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:-. :: :.: ; : .. .:::,1. ::f'''':: :.:t- Workers' fingers can't perspire in cool, comfortably \

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.. Air Conditioned assembly rooms. Thousands of. <"

"'.'.' < > ", {! ; : dollars,:precious'man-hours and, possibly, lives were .'

.:' -:: ."},:":/ '; '. : saved thanks Air
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I F ::.i iE '> ,.. .: .: >.:< <'.: living for everyone for in your House of

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,f I ," engineered Air Conditioning will be as '

I!E '", .,: r. ., : ?' indispensable as your lighting system,.. something "

r.; to be planned for .
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*. Belcher engineers in addition to their
GOOD" \ : Message. Published as a Public Service by : ".

.", > duties, will work gladly with your architect orB'E

consulting engineer to plan Air Conditioning and
S.S; aCEH1:

unit-heating. for your House of Tomorrow now!

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