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 30, 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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Painting Houses
At Belle GladeThe


': Norton Gallery Glee Club of 'Bids were opened ,yesterday by the '

I West Palm Beach will present a concert District U. S. Engineer office for the

:CHURCH IS BEGUN next- Friday evening in Belle EASTER OBSERVANCEThe painting of all government houseson PATRICK'S DANCEThe

Glade at, 8:30 p. m., at the high '
the 'lock reservation at., Moore
-, school auditorium sponsored by the. -
Foundations are being poured this Belle Glade Rotary club. annual Easter.\Sunrise Union Haven and Ortona and in the reser- St.. Patrick's, Day Dance, held
'week for the new church building The glee club is under, the direc- Service will be held near the hurri- vation in Clewiston. ,'in 'Sugafland, Park Auditorium on

being erected, by St. Martin's Episcopal -: tion of Knight 'MacGregor and pre- cane gate at seven o'clock on Easter ,The engineers are also expecting 'the evening 'of, March 17, was a
Church under the direct,supervision sents Edith Dees Bomar of Nash- Sunday morning, April 1. to start work shortly on the dewatering -

of Rev. S. D. Mason. priest In vile, Tenn., as guest Soloist. She Rev. H. R. Bagwell, pastor of the of the hurricane gates here great ,success; Approximately' ,eight,

-charge of the. local, church. is a graduate of Alabama College Assembly of God Church 'of South and in South Bay for repair and re- huiidfed. atterided') the, dance and

The building; which will be of and was for four years soloist with Clewiston, will be the speaker at painting. The Moore Haven 'Locks hale unanimously' proclai e'd It

Concrete block and stucco construction the Alabama College Glee Club. this service and will ,be assisted by will also be given the same treatment "one .of the ,best."

is expected when finishedto The admission price will be ;1.00 Rev. T. J. Durrence of|,the Church of 'after,the smaller structures are The, ladies of' St. Margaret's

-cast about $7,000 fully furnish- and tickets are on sale in Clewls- God, Rev. H. C. Meador of the Bap- finished. Parish, in general and Mrs. H. T.

,I ed. It will be small,, with a seating ton at Mack's Drug Store. tist Church and Rev. H. C. Hancock Vaughn, who was in 'charge of all
of the tihurch. Other
capacity of about a hundred, but Community Rev. Hancock Speaks ticket arrangements, and Mrs. E. B.
the design, is most attractive and the ministers who may here that day
Tuberculosis And Seegers, In charge of general arrangements -
and people of all are invitedto
building will be a worthy addition At Kiwanis Meeting for the dance, wish to

'A to the number of Clewiston church' Health Chapter Is .attend this very impressive i service take this opportunity to publicly

edifices. I Wednesday Evening thank their friends and
many especially -
first .
Formed Tuesday This will be the service in
The main auditorium will be I. the, following who, by either
the Easter each of the
program: fc. '
!<- twenty by' fifty and two wings,' each several churches haying arranged :Rev. David C. Hancock',,pastor ol,personal help or donations, con-

ten feet square at either end will At the request of Mrs. Grace suitable programs? for' their" : own the Clewiston Community Church, tributed so much to the success of

serve as a vestibule and as a Ensign, Field Secretary of the Flor- services for the day. 'f reviewed, at Wednesday night's the dance. Very ,special thanks are
l' sacristy. The building is to be located ida Tuberculosis and Health r. Kiwanis meeting the article in March extended to the United States Sugar
Associa-\ ":-------
) on the back or north side of tion of Jacksonville a \ Reader's Digest, "Desperate Need Corporation and to Mr. Jay W. Mo-

the church plot which is 100 feet by representative county citizens met I To Tallahassee for Faith" and added a number of ran, executive vice-president, for the

135 feet at' the corner of Pacific Tuesday afternoon, : at the Community remarks of his own on the subject. privilege of holding the dance in the

.., Avenue and Pasadena just west of Center, with Mrs. Ensign .and .:-_----, The article is a condensation of Sugarland Park Auditorium.

the Community Center, I Deane Duff, Hendry' County F.j i iI the book, "Predicament of Modern Sincere thanks are .extended to

The original church design was I Seal sale chairman, to form a I I Man" by D. Elton Trueblood, pro- Anthony and Sons, of West Palm

made by Phil Clarke, Palm ,Beach I dry County Chapter of, the ,Tuber- fessor of Philosophy of Religion at Beach for the Gift Certificate usedas

architest, but as designed the struc- culosis and Health Association. I Stanford University and is largely a a door prize; to Burdine's, of

ture would have been more costly There was a 'good attendance at comparison of religious ideals in our West Palm Beach for the donationof

than the local church felt it could the meeting and ,the group was very country with ideals, not so religious, a pair of earrings; to Mrs. Ruth

erect at this time. The general design attentive' to the talk made by Mrs.: in the Nazi world. In western' society B. Owens' Toggery Shop, Clewiston,

has been retained but with cuts Ensign in stressing the need for the I he said we believe in right j I for the donation of a jeweled pin;

4 p In size and in specifications which county chapter. ._ I things without enthusiasm while the and the following individuals for

will permit it to, be built for less The organization was effected and Nazis believe in, all the wrong things I their donations of the various "spot

than half of original design cost. the following 'ofCicers- were elected: I I with tremendous zeal. The churches, ,prizes;" Mrs. S. L. Crochet. 'Mrs. H.

The main auditorium will lay Carl E. Johnson, president; Mrs. he writes, despite the' number of I A. Bestor, Miss Mickey Aubrey: and

east and west with the altar on the Naomi Rogers, vice-president; Mrs. I faults which may be found, are the< Mr. E., B. Seegers._ .

I east and the sacristy opening off on Win. C. Owen, secretary and Mrs.E. hnhi', i gpb only possible means of combattingthe For cash donations, very* sincere
other L. Stewart, treasurer. This ideas of, Naziism.
the southeast corner. The pagan thanks are extended to the following:
wing on the southwest corner will be group forms, the executive committee At the close of his most interest- Standard Oil Company. 1\Iack's'Drug

.. the entrance. A ,cathedral type, roof which will work with the follow I ing talk, Rev. Hancock urged every Store, Mr.: A. J. Manning, plewiston
will be built with spires over the ing on the board of directors for the ? I member to get a copy of the maga- Bar, Gulf Service Station, Sugarland

two wings 'raising well above the first year: Dr. W. O. Rigby, B.' J. 4ti J 4 I zine and ,read, this enlightening ar-' Service Station, Clewiston Dry

room of auditorium, ; lfyersR.. N. Miller, Mrs. G. H. ticle. V Goods Co., The Canebrake; Gulf Oil

Fr. Mason 'stated Tuesday that Small and I. Lee 'Parker., Prior to the dinner meeting- the' Co;,, Clewiston Package Store' Gid-
f of structure would members of the club were guests al den's Furniture
the building, the Storey Fie and Ten

proceed leisurelyand"- that there Blount Wins Close,. the Clewiston5olf Course, finish- Cents Store,__ Clewiston' Beauty'
r" .-would1 rioT effort i iadht'thls time n'r ng-play ,just in time' to. dppear for Shoppe, Sugar BowlClewiston Laundry -

to, predict 'when the' building wouldbe I Golf Match From rr dinner. Guests for the evening'Vere Hendry County Motors. Maule

entirely finished., Blocks were : ::V W-0 Campbell Nail, Floyd Royal Industries, ,Chalker and Lund, Kirby
moved to ,the site last week and 'a Durrence In 19. ,Holes and Wk D. Wylie. Saunders, Murphy, Construction Co.,

permit was issued by the city Mon- ,-- \. J. B. McCrary Engineering Co., The

day for 'the construction, foundation In a gruelling 9-hole match in J REP. ELBERT L. STEWARTRep. Class 22 GraduationAt I I Dixie Crystal Cinema, Mr. J. W. Moran -

work starting immediately. which: both players had difficulty I II Mr. W. M.. Bigg and Mr.;., Jack,

-- with their putters, Lynwood Blount Riddle Field Thome.
I Elbert L. Stewart will leavce
Williams Farm Sold came from behind to upset' the favored :: For donations of supplies thanksare
I.'Sunday for Tallahassee to be' on I ,
Foy Durrence on the local course extended to: The B & B Mar-
Wings Parade will be held at Riddle -
hand for the opening of the Florida
To Stokely Official Sunday. i I Legislature on Tuesday, his seventh Field at eleven: o'clock tomorrow -.; ket, Royal's, Parkinson's, Mr. W. D.

I Durrence was two up at the end term as legislator from Hendry (Saturday) morning for the King, and 'Herring and Hudspeth.
I of the first nine and'' increased his RAF cadets in Course 22 who will Sincere thanks are extended to Mrs.
One of the oldest and best farms County; I
lead to three on' the eleventh. The receive their wings and graduation F. D. Duff, Mrs. Leah Spicer, Mrs.P. ..
of this area, the 210-acre farm of In commenting upon the approaching I
I 12th, was halved, Blount won the certificates at the ceieniony.-', S. Maynard, Mrs. Frank Rod-
Glen H. Williams near Benbow, term Mr.b Stewart said, "I, hope
thirteenth: ., 14 and 15 were Air Commodore H:" E. Nowell, riquez and Mr. W. D, King for the
was sold last week to Lyle S. Moore, this Legislature will busy itself as -
Blount won the 16th. O.B.E., will make the talk to the very lovely flowers donated for the
vice-president, of Stokely Foods, I halved'i much in trying to find ways and '
( 17th, and won the eighteenth members of the graduating class decoration of the ,hall.,
Inc., at a sale price of approxi- means of reducing expenditures as
the match. and will present them with their Finally for the fine' music furnished -
mately $45,000.' The, price includes it apparen'Uy'will in finding new '
houses and equipment.Mr. Both players started the 19th I sources of taxes. I honestly believe wings. by the cadets from ,Riddle Field,
hole with ( who returned from their leave early,
250-yard drives. Dur-
I Ii
Moore became interested in that teachers' salaries could and
rence chipped'within five feet' of the Mrs. Ward Purchases lin order to be present for the ,occasion -
the farm while here to buy' cabbageto should be increased and other neces-
and for the gracious work ,bf
cup and Blount's 40-foot putt hungun I
increases should be made without
be shipped to the 'Stokely plant sary -
; the of Bowl Drug Mr. F. W. McCarthy, master of cere
on edge the cup, giving consolidation Sugar
for the making of sauerkraut. Fisher additional taxes provided -i
him monies, it is impossible to adequately -
a 4. Durrence missed the
Ange, Benbow Plantation fore- par I of unnecessary boar -and
From Mrs. E. C. Mills the real felt.
tying putt and the match was over. of II
man for 'the United States Sugar and duplications
In the' club championship tournament I I .:... Everyone regretted- the requirementfor
Corporation, will supervise the farm payrolls can be accomplished.
for Mr. Moore. the following pairings are an- Announcement is' made this weekof i midnight closing and wished it
0( Mr. Stewart has previously expressed -I might be otherwise, especially since,
nounced for the Easter week-end: \ the recent purchase by Mrs. 'A. II
Mr. Williams has conducted very himself as favoring a con at that time, the crowd really
L. Blount vs. Tubby Owens, Wm. C. O. Ward of the Sugar Bowl Drug I was
successful farming operations on Owen vs. A; J. Thielen; C. L. Mc- solidation of bureaus, and commis- I sundry store from Mr and Mrs. E.: beginning to fully enjoy the 'dancing. -
this farm since 1918 and the farmis sions' and a program of ,retench- .
Lendon vs. E. E. Kelly; Fr. Peter C. Mills who have owned and operated -
recognized as one of the best ment to prevent the necessity of '
Reilly vs. F. J. O'Hara and W."Hallock the business for the past six
producing: tracts and as nea'rly cold adding new taxes to an already tax-
free as any farm in the 'glades. He vs. Art Richardson. I burdened people but says' that if, months.A Town Team Takes
The Red Cross netted $24.00from large part of the trade at this
had intended to retire this year and after an examination of the recommended -
I this tournament which will be popular corner is in lunches and 8th Game From
lease the farm. He has other farming budget, he is convinced that
turned in at once to the Local Mrs. Ward has had considerable
interests in he
Kansas. other taxes are necessary will not LaBelle
is Chapter. previous 'experience in this line of ThursdayThe
---- hesitate to vote for 'them.
Co ; I work so it is expected that she will

'i Girl- Scout- Committee' i, Softball 'League;, I effect He expects the consolidation to work fervently of over-to prove a worthy successor to Mrs. girls' town basketball team,
Mills who has managed the businessso defeated only once in nine starts
Meeting On April 2 lapping boards but on such boardsas
Organized Monday'' capably 'during her ownership.The and that by: LaBelle, played one of
I remain he will make every effortto '
made Saturday -
transaction was on the hardest games of the 'series last
membership from' the new
Girl secure of last week but Mrs. Millsis night on the local court, ,defeatingthe
There will be an important
The Glades Softball League was Sixth Congressional District.So busi-
continuing to operate the LaBelle town feam by a score
Scout committee meeting at,
organized at held Mr. Stewart local
a meeting at the says; no :Mrs. Ward
Center ness until April 1 when of 18 to 13.
Library in the Community high school here Monday evening laws have been introduced for Hen-
i the City
1 will leave her position at The was close all of the
Monday night at 8:15. with Coach B. J. Myers being ,elect- dry county and he is hoping that II game
I HaIl.I and an excellent job of refereeing -
All of the committee women, way
ed chairman of the League. there will be none. But he is plan"
leaders and assistant leaders are There will be six te'ams'organized ning to be on hand at all times to was done by the LaBelle re-
!; urged to be present. | as follows: Moore Haven and Clew- I work for or against legislation affecting -I I Fellowship Dinner Held feree.

Anyone interested in taking the and invites citizens Taking part in the game for the
iston High Schools, Sugar Corporation the county f
leadership course, sponsored by the I I Riddle Field and independent of the county to feel free to I At Community CenterA local team were Myrtis Sutton,

Kiwanis Club and given by Mrs. i teams captained by Luther Owens call, upon him at any time. He and Kathleen Polk, Mary Nell Chri'stan -

\' Frances G. Kenning, who Is and Lacy Polk. Each team will play Mrs: Stewart will be at the Floridan men's Fellowship dinner for and Harriett Aston} at forward t
al Girl Scout Field Advisor, Nation-I I and Genevieve Veltri, Marilyn and
twice a week and will play a divided Hotel. men of the Community Church was
than welcome and are asked season six weeks in each half. held on Tuesday evening at 7:30 Callie Davis, Frances Sutton and

tend this meeting.CONFIRMATION. i i I I H. I. Robinson and Luther Owens DRAFT OFFICE STAYS o'clock.Dr. ., Margaret Von Mach at guard.

i will serve on the executive board F. H. Thurber of the U. s.1 --- ,

SERVICEThe I with Mr. Myers, and a meeting has I The removal of the Selective Department of Agriculture spoke onI I GIDDEXS BUYS BUILDING

I been called 'Saturday to arrange Service office from the Community I the manufacture of starch and in
Rev. S, D. Mason, priest in schedules and discuss league rules. Center building to the Hopkins II I the course of his talk told of a trip The sale of the building occupied,

1..J, charge of St. Martin's Episcopal building, announced last week to he had made to Brazil and other by Giddens' Furniture Store has
f Church, announces this week that EASTER EGG HUNT take effect the first: of April, will I countries in South America. been sold to the owner of this business -

r.* the Rt. Rev. John D. Wing, Bishop ; not take place, satisfactory, arrangements J. E. Bearclsley served as toast- Claud GIddens, by Mrs. GraceE.
of the Dicese of South Florida, Orlando The Methodist Churcji) is planning I I not having been' made by Se- I master for the evening and introduced Cornette. Mr. Giddens has had

.', will be here on Low Sunday, an Easter egg hunt after the services lective Service with the owner of the Dr. Thurber. a lease on the building during his
I f April 8, for a confirmation serviceto at the Community Center Sun- building. The office will remain at A committee of ladies of the Wo occupancy The sale was announced

be held at the Community Church day afternoon. Each person ss its present location for the times- being men's Association of the church b>y J. E. Beardsley. local real estate

i' at 3'50: p. m. asked to bring three colored eggs. served the dinner. dealer.iii .



I Clerks of the respective Circuit Courts I I provide for the debt service zone I II sale thereof, numbered 1 to'450, both books of the County who are duly
to take certain action in connection classification of so-called sovereigntylands : I inclusive, and maturing In numerical qualified electors of Special Tax School
LEGAL NOTICES therewith; providing for extension of: : (4) To grant additional powers i' order on the 1st day of April of each District No. 7 In said County, and who
I time within which redemptions from to the Board of Commissioners of year are determined to be freeholders, and
tax liens or certificates may b<5 made, Everglades Drainage District to establish $18,000 in 1946 to 1948 Inc. who are also determined to be qualified -
and prescribing terms and conditionsupon construct, operate and main- $19,000 in 1949 and 1950 electors in the election herein
I which and amounts for which tain the existing, or new works of the $20,000 in 1951'and 1952 ordered. Such list. shall be made up
OTIC"- OF INTENTION TO AITLT such redemptions shall be effected; authorizing Everglades Drainage District in the $21,000 in 1953 and 1954. within five days before the date of
FOR PASSAGE OP SPECIAL OH j I Board of Supervisors of said Interest and for the benefit of soil $22,000 in 1955 and 1956, holding the election and a certified
LOCAL LEGISLATION jI District to permit v land conservation and water control, as $23,000 In 1957 and 1958 copy of such list shall be ,furnished to
I i I'situated in the District, :rnyg e having well as for drainage and reclamation $24,000 in 1959 and. 1960 the Inspectors and Clerks of the elec-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That an interest in such lands to pay of lands with Everglades Drainage $25,000 in 1961 tion at each place where the Totes are
:it the regular 1945 session of the Legislature '- in full all taxes or assessments to be District: (5) Giving power to the $26,000 in 1962, to be cast. A certified copy of ,such
Board of Commissioners of Everglades $27.000 in 1963, list shall be filed
of Florida application will be levied for the year 1945 and subsequentyears and preserved among
of special or loal to pay the principal of and Interest Drainage District to establish, reestablish $28.000 In 1964, the records of the Board.
'made for passage, the substance of which on the outstanding bonds -of alter modify or abolish main- $32.000 in 1965, E. :M. CORNETTE,
< legislation of the following: the District and bonds issued to 'refund tenance areas described In Section for the'purpose of acquiring building Chairman of the Board of
be all -part
s2&ll or to. Diston Island such outstanding bonds, and 9, Chapter 14717 ,Acts of 1931 and enlarging, furnishing and other- : Public Instruction of
An Act District relating, a'drainage district providing procedure therefor; author- otherwise amending the provisions of wise improving buildings and school I Hendry County, Florida.
-ininiliibo Glades and Hendry Coun- izing said District and its Board' of law relating maintenance areas of grounds in said District as provided E. 1;, STALLINGS.
ties existing authorizing in ', the Issuance of'ne-, Supervisors to comply with or avail said district: .(6) To provide for the i in the resolution of the Board of Public i M. O. ,ALLEN .- .S'
; levy assessments and collections of Instruction adopted on the 14th day Members .
( itself of the provisions of the of said. Board.
'funding bonds obligations9eof said Municipal Bankruptcy .Act and other annual assessments,and taxes, and for.''of March, 1945. I Attest: '
existing for the purpose of rehabilitation Acts of the Congress of the United a joint tax sale' 'of delinquent taxes The places of voting at said election c. E. WEAVER, : "'
District and of said District and pro- I States having' for-their purposes the with the county tax sale and for 'ft.1' shall be the same as the usual places 16y23 .said' Board. ? ,
therefor; Providing composition, settlement or refundingof combination county tax sale certificate i I for voting In said District at general Mar. t 30, April 6, 1945.
viding procedure .
of a Receiver for said indebtedness of drairiage 'or improvement .. and otherwise integrating: the elections in Hendry County. The polls ,
:appointment default .in the payment districts; authorizing the enforcement and collection of Everglades I 1 I will be open at said voting places on
District upon '
bonds or Interest of tax liens and certifi- Drainage District tax liens I I I the day of election from seven o'clock
T>f such appurtenant refunding thereto to be issued cates by. ,the' Board,-of.., Supervisors of with county tax liens;and (7)'for' other,i I A.. M. to sundown of the same day.
to authority granted by said District and, providing for other supplemental' amendatory legislation Only the duly qualified electors of
pursuant the power ci en.'nece to the relating to said district. 1 I Special Tax School District No. 7, who GULF
this Act and prescribing matters .sary ,' LIFE INSURANCE CO.
providing Dated ,March. 26, .1945. are freeholders will be allowed to vote.
for the foreclosure which be issued I DISTRICT.J .' BOARD OF COMMISSIONERSOF i the us.ual'hours for the' purpose of ,
may G.
Refunding bonds provisions J'' E. Frieraon., EVERGLADES DRAINAGE ,I registering: electors for said special Nottingham, -Agent
'pursuant. liens tax sale certificates Chairman Bpard ..ofSupervlsor''l" -DISTRICT.: election on each'business day until five Box 6527
of tax or -
taxes or assessments I '! '' ? ,By: MARK R. TENNANT, days, prior to th'e elate of the election. 01I
evidencing .. Chairman'Attest THE BOARD OF PUBLIC Clewiston :
levied or assessed by or for. said Dis- J. M.-COUSEv .-.' ( Florida
csaidhaDistriictrfor dthe n purposenof I Receiver. '. Secretary. r FLORIDA I I
taxation n : providing for the levy, assessment I March 30I ,45.Tallahassee. I By' E. M.: CORNETTE
Chairman. ,
and collection of specialVaxes
assessments against the lands 3. The following persons are here-
>n said or District, as rezoned in this NOTICE OF INTENTION 1'0 APPLY Florida I by appointed Inspectors and Clerks of r4
.Act; providing for a flexible system of 101SI'ECL.L LEGISLATION'Notice February 23, 1945 said election: \ "
prescribing maximum Precinct One (1) Clewiston: TAYLORSBROMO
taxation and
the undersigned -
assessments to be is hereby :
'rates of taxes or '
imposed against the lands in the several the Board of Commissioners Mrs. Louise' Hare i : ASPIRIN .
or classifications of lands of Everglades ,Drainage District, a is hereby given that the Mrs G.. B. Rackstraw '
set forth In this act and providing quasi pubic) corporation,. organized Trustees of the Internal ImprovementFund Judson Francis. '
procedure for the levy assessment and under' the laws of Florida, will applyto of the State of Florida will offer Clerk: Mrs.- Ruth Beardaley.Precinct I Headaches Neuralgia
collection of taxes or assessments; I the 1945 session of the Florida leg- for sale, to be sold to the highest bid- Six' (6) .Hooker's. Point: I
creating certain funds for the moniesof islature for the enactment of a law, der, at Tallahassee, Florida at 11:00 I Inspectors: Common Colds
the District;' ascertaining, determ- I the substance of which shall be to o'clock A. M. April I7th: 1915, the following Mrs. L. I,, Lowe ; .
ining and declaring benefits accrued amend Chapter 14717, Laws of Florida, described land in Hendry County -( Mrs. J. E. Davidson

and to accrue to the lands within the Acts of 1931 as amended by Chapter : Mrs. Jewel. Hooker. -.. .,-... -.r..r..v-, ,,......................
J District by virtue of works and improvements 20658, Laws of Florida. Acts of 1941 EVs of Section 5, Township 44 t Clerkv. C. Hooker. :
heretofore constructed; the substance of which proposed law South, Range 32 East 317:: acres. 4. The ballot to be used at said
)providing, for the cancellation, compromise will be: (1) To re-establish the boun- THIS NOTICE is published in com-I election shall be in substantially the --
or settlement"of certain unpaid daries of the Everglades Drainage pliance with Sections 270.07, 270.08 and I following form:
taxes or assessments heretofore District by correcting certain errors 270.09, Florida Statutes 1941. HALLOT Johnson's Fish
levied or assessed for said District and and omissions in the present existing The Trustees of the Internal Im- Special Tax school District No. 7 j I
(2) To make available to 1I1"ndrY'Count, Florida,
the liens or certificates representing boundaries provement Fund reserve the right tc
""such taxes and assessments and au- the Everglades Drainage District the reject any and all bids. Bond Election (Near Hurricane Gate)
'thorizins and empowering the Board use and control of drainage easements BY ORDER of the Trustees of the April 17, 1U45 Clewiston, Fla.
'-Of. Supervisors of said District, the retained by Trustees of Internal Improvement Internal Improvement Fund of the Election for issuance of $450,000
several County Tax Collectors and Fund ,in their deeds; (3) ToMack's State of Florida. principal amount of bonds of Special Boats and Motors-Guide Service

Millard: F. Caldwell, Tax School District No 7, Hendry Rates ReasonableW. I
------- ---- - I
I Governor. County Florida as provided for in the
H. Johnson
I resolution Mgr.
Attest: of the Board of Public Instruction -
F. C. Elliot, Secretary of Hendry County Florida. ,,
Trustees I. I. Fund. I adopted :March 14, 1945.

Mar. 16, 23, 30, April 6. 13. 1945. .. .... .............. ... .. .. .
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1; Drug Store 'I II I For Bonds : FOBTAXICABS ?:

Against Bonds I':. ,.
FOU THE HOLDING OF: Instruct for Voter: :!: :: ...

r AN SCHOOL ELECTION DISTRICT IN NO SPECIAL 7 OF HEN-TA.\ If you are in> favor of the issuanceof I Ii::: DAY AND NITE SERVICE .i._.i.I
bonds, place "X" mark in the

j Excellent Prescription Service i i QUESTION DRY COUNTY OI', Issl'INO FLORIDA"ON$4:0.000 TIIK 010'JlOl"DS J,I space Bonds"to If the you left an are of not the in words favor"For of I:.!;: PHONE 18 ::

; I OF SAil DISTRICT. I| the mark issuance in the of space bonds to the place l left an.of "X"the .:.....-..............-........:.........-............................'......-.....................:...

E 7 A. M. 11 P. M. i ii BE IT' RESOLVED BY THE bOARDOF I words "Against Bonds" ,
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OF HEX- : 5.. The Secretary of this Board Is
( DRY COUNTY, FLORIDA: hereby-authorized and directed to have
1. An election is hereby ordered to printed on plain white paper a suf-
PHONE 20 I be held in Special Tax School DistrictNo. ficient number. of afbresaid ballots and I G. M. FORD
i 7 of Hendry County Florida, on to furnish sufficient number of such
II April 17th 1945, to determine whetheror ballots to the Inspectors and Clerks of I i Civil Engineer and Surveyor
: not there shall be issued bonds of the election on or before the date and I
i said District in the principal amountof the time for .opening the polls for such Specializing In Everglades
I $450,000 dated April 1, 1945.:> in the election. I ,
denomination of $1,000each, bearing 6. The Supervisor of Registration Surveys :
interest payable semi-annually at such, of the County of Hendry Is authorizedand tI
{ I Ii rate, not exceeding the legal rate, as directed to make up and certify ,I Clewiston, Fla. Phone 164 .
T shall be determined at the time of the I a list of the names of all qualified I I II
I sale thereof, the bonds to be numbered -| electors appearing. on the registrationr' It
.1 to 450, inclusive, and to mature I, ,. t
If You Wish I in numerical order on the 1st day. of .N . _.j. F. : -.-: -.-.- : -.-: -.-:-:-:-: ;.-:-.-: 4-. .; ;.:--..::-;-:--: -
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$18,000 in 1946 to 1948,- lnc.
4 $19,000 in 1949 and 1950,
GUARANTEEDAutomotive $21,000 in 1953 and 1954, ,
J $22.000 In 1955 and 1956
$23,000 in 1957 and 1958,
I It $24,000 in 1959 and 1960: ,

Repair Service $25,000$26,000 in in 1962 1961, t" I '" -

$27,000 in 1963. ,

t Machine Work $32.000$28.000 in in 1964.1965. o Now At The Peak of Juice and Quality

{ : 2. The following notice of election ;ITo
Service shall be published In The Clewiston $1.50 for 50 lb. sack
f Painting and Body Repair News, a newspaper published at Clew- "
iston, Florida, once a week for four
4i Genuine Ford Repair'Parts I said successive election weeks, the prior first to publication the date to of 'Save Next Year's Crop, now picking remaining -

4 be not less than thirty days prior to
i. said date: juicy Valencia oranges.

The Board, of Public Instruction of $2.00 for 50 lb. sack
Hendry County, Florida has ordereda

!} HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS special School election District to be No.held 7,in Hendry SpecialTax I i

County, Florida, on the 17th day of BEARDSLEY FARM
i April 1915, for the purpose of ,determ-I II
ining whether or not bonds of ,the I
Ford Sales and Service
District shall be issued in the
aggre- Phones 266 -- 27R2 i
gate principal amount of $450,000, .itI
1 PHONE 93 GLEWISTON, FLORIDA dated April I, 1945, in the denomination I .it

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'i ? A quiz with answers offering ?i '

1-'et 'rSrtid oF life '
TO SMILE at the jest which SUNDAY i ANOTHER information on various subjects
sometimes: i
a thorn in another's -' esson .

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breast is to become a principal The future; ,lungesme. at -- - - hhht-N-hhhhh( ('o'o'o hMt

,: ',, in the mischief.-Sheridan. BY HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D.
:, .so. Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. The Questions 7. Where did the modern circus'
: {' Alone and yet not lonely. Be one I dorit Released by Western Newspaper Union. originate?
see.WNU 1. What was Michelangelo's com-
his mission he is in the
true to own 8. What character in the Bible
'I < ranks with all that move toward all things 'tre t ll- ment about trifles? died twice?
: ": "' \ r good ends that wait. I God Lesson for April 1 2. In aviation ceiling. zero means
.5pose. The Answers
;" Let me not pray to be shel- t what? ,
know t.DotjtI } Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected 3. Who was ,the only bachelor
; tered from dangers, but to be 't) 1. Trifles, make 'perfection and
s, 1 r;, fearless in facing them.-R. it thov9h.l '. Council and of Religious copyrighted Education. by International; used by President of the United States? perfection is no trifle."

: ."- Tagore. (R; CLANn permission. 4. What word is used to describethe 2. The fog is down to the ground,
f- use of many words when the 3. James Buchanan. '
f: Every man has enough power, THE AUTHOR AND PERFECTEROF
of few would suffice?
use a
4. Circumlocution.
'.:. left to carry out that of which OUR FAITH
(. he is convinced. 00 5. What was the planned heightof 5. 'High enough to,reach heaven
\ ; -' the Tower of Babel? 6. Yes
Benjamin Lincoln and
} ::: How are the things that LESSON TEXT-Matthew 2762289.
many -
6. Were Lincoln and Lee Lee.
I GOLDEN TEXT-Let us with
;;'; are feared that never come to palence
,',,' : the race that Is set before us. looking generals in the American Revo- 7. In England in the 17th'century.
"! :. pass Features. unto Jesus the author and perfecter of our lutionary war? 8. Lazarus. -
'," faith.-Hebrews 12;1. 2.

: Christianity is a resurrection faith! Rich Prankster Tried to

CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT.! How good it is to recall that, ,in this

/1YuN troubled year of 1945,.even as we Win Prize With $11 Nag

share once more the spiritual in-
spiration of Easter Sunday.

'i '\ Today we recall that the loving Probably no American ever

glsUpSpoils LOCKER CARTONSLOCKER hands of His friends and followers spent as much time and money

(, CARTONS for frozen fruit and had given themselves in what they playing pranks as did Brian G.
vegetables. Latest thin out. Send for thought was to be their final act of Hughes, a wealthy New Yorker 1
Sleep TonightYou'll A Few
, / free circular. LOGANSPORT PAPER
COMPANY LOGANSPORT. INDIANA. devotion to their Lord. His body who died in 1924. Of his scores of
ry like the way Drops Make had been laid in
\':' Va-tro-nol works right tenderly Joseph's practical jokes, all succeeded but

(., where trouble Is to BreathingEasier tomb and the great stone rolled in one: an attempt to win a prize ata
nose-relieve SALESMEN place at its door.I. .
# open up Madison Square Garden horse

' I';',' stuffy gestion.transient(Also grand con-for !Invites SALESMEN WANTED. A well established The Hatred of Christ's Enemies show in the 1900s with a nag he

: relieving sniffly, sneezy, Restful successful. ,wholesale firm in Jacksonville.Fla. (27:62-66)). had bought for $11. Noticing that
has openings for men not over thirty-
; stuffy distress of five years of age, who have proper back- We sometimes wonder at, the bit- the animal would not move until SAT.c
,:' head colds.) Follow Sleep ground and can furnish excellent refer- terness of the enemies of Christianity its rider jingled a little bell, in its WED. THURS.-FRI. '
directions In folder. ences. This represents a splendid opportu- 7:15 I. m. (CWT):8:15 a. m.(EWT) .
nityfor men who are looking for permanent in our day. Had we given more, ear, the judges became suspiciousand SUNDAY ,'
VICKS 'fA-IRO-HOI. the positions bottom and and build who for are a willing secure to future.startat earnest heed to the 'Bible story we questioned Hughes, and he 8:15 a.m.(CWT);9:151.m.(EWT)

t', Applicants should state age education should have known that it was so confessed trying to fool them with Your favor/ CBS Station ,
past business experience, and references
in first letter. Replies will be kept in strict from, the very beginning.The this horse which he purchased

FOR QUICK RELIEF Tr P.confidence O. BOX 1804 and, should JACKSONVILLE be addressed 1, FLA.to: wicked men who brought from a, streetcar company and

\ about the crucifixion of Jesus were named Orphan Puldeca (often
not content to let Him rest in His pulled a car).
-Buy War Savings BondsRLIINE crave. They had ,lusted after His

ANTISEPTICUsed A Soothing Sl). LV E ---- life and they had taken that, but

by thousands with: satisfactory tee even as He ,lay silent in the tomb,
suits for 40 years-six valuable ingredients. the priests and the Pharisees came f tWT1Rfl1t
Get Carboil at drug stores or writq TRIPLE
to Pilate and called Him "that de
Spurlock-Neal Nashville Term. p
ceiver" (v. 63) and demanded a spe-
guard. ? !
BE PREPARED The hatred of unbelievers toward ) ,

r to relieve colds'achy muscles,sore throat Christ and toward His followers !
with St. Joseph Aspirin, world's! largest I
seller at 10f.( No aspirin can do more for How To Relieve knows no stopping place. In civil- II I
you. Big 100 tablet size for only:35t.lJuJSufIel <5. ized lands and among cultured peo- II II t

ple it operates under a cloak of respectability I

Bronchitis but it is nonetheless I

? bitter and relentless in its pursuit of I

Him and of His church.
rot MIIOI cm no PAIlS Of Creomulsion relieves promptly be- II. The of Christ !
Victory (28:1-6).
cause it goes right to the seat of the !
RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO trouble to help loosen and expel Victory and praise should be the

+ germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto keynote of Christianity. Why shouldwe
soothe and heal raw. tender, Inflamed be doleful and sad? Our Lord f
bronchial mucous mem-
branes. Tell your druggist to sell youa has come back victorious' from the
bottle of Creomulsion with the un- grave! f.
., 'jJ derstanding you must like the way It The picture that greeted the surprised I
quickly allays the cough or you are of the two [
eyes women as
to have your money back.'CREOMULSION'.
they came to,the, grave, as,it beganto WILL: In spite of all the shortages, hot rolls to perk up a meal Will! :
dawn on the first day of the.week, your meals seem to taste just as And I have a whole book of easy
Large Bottled ttmimt=sl]'1!Small Size 60c
good as ever! How do you do it? recipes to use with Fleischmann's
*CA8TIOX: 1SE OUT M tlUCTED for Coughs,Chest Colds Bronchitis was one resplendent with- the glory yellow label Yeast the yeast
IT Ul SHOD DBUt STOICS if II MAIL u receipt.il irlci and majesty' of, God. The earth SUE: There's nothing like fresh, with extra vitamins!
McNEIL BBOG co". Inc. JiCHSOIIlUE <, flORIDA quaked as the lightning flashed. The
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angel of the Lord broke through the

F'O: A ui" 1 supposedly ''unbreakable seal of I'M SURE GLAD I LEARNED h''et/
; Rome and rolled back the stone SEND
Constipation which was to have permanentlyclosed lalestreV' FOR ME

: SENSE J' (j : the door to the tomb. ONLY YEASTFOR BAKING FleischmannIsededitionof; j

is the cause of : This was done, not to release THAT HAS ADDED AMOUNTS pagerecipeb/:rle6 40. :
E Christ-for He had already ,
: for:COUGHS gone, no OF BOTH VITAMINS Orery read ''
grave could hold Him-but that men ideas
due to COLDS A AND D, AS WELL ? for 0'Wonderful
: might see the empty grave and know
uMchSu1feringConstipation really soothing ; that He was risen. Other religions AS THE VITAMIN/ dessenbreads;bnreads,rOils
because : lor
Y they're really .. keep the graves of their founders. B COMPLEX I Yours nowpyurry'sefld
may cause no symp- Christianity points' to an empty .
toms for a long time, but unless cor- medicated tomb. 1 rFeor SYoUr free111corhotandard ,,.
rected will finally impair the health. I BrCOpy.Ce .
J" Symptoms associated with advanc- To the foes of Christ representedby ds5477Newy

ing constipation are loss of 'appetite, the keepers, the coming of the, r17 jYx r.
heavily coated tongue, tired feeling COUGH LOZENGESGet angel and the revelation of the power .
and mental depression. Headache And all those vitamins- right
dizziness, anemia, and skin disturbances below the gargle line withF of God brought absolute discom- into your baking with no great loss ;
such as acne, are commonly ex- &: F Cough Lozenges.Each F&: F fiture. That is still, true. Men will In the oven. So, always get Fleischmann's yellow
I perienced. In severe cases neuralgia Lozenge gives your throat a 15 argue with theology, church meth- label Yeast A week's supply keeps in the ice-box.
ti anti joint pains occur. Indigestion,
.l with gas formation and colic, and minute soothing, comforting treat- ods, even Christian profession, but
piles' and fissures frequently add to : ment all the way down_ Millionsuse when they see the power of God revealed -
the discomforts of severe chronic them for coughs, throat irrita- be "as ,
they can
cases. 'tions or hoarseness resulting from : :
No matter how many, other medicines colds or smoking. Box only lOjf. men.
you may have tried for constipation ....................:......:.......... To the friends of Christ, the'angel
we urge you to try B-L brought comfort :and assurance.
PREPARATION, with the under- ,Their fears his'
were assuaged by
that B-L
must bring you satisfactory resultsor ACTS ON THE KIDNEYSTo word of comfort, and then their faith
your money back. Caution: Use was revived by the assurance that
only as directed.-Adv. increase'flow of urine and Christ was risen. The resurrection

relieve irritation of the bladder declares that He is the Son of God

from excess acidity in the urine with power, the Saviour of the: r t' MA .

Are you suffering unnecessary distress
e 1 backache, run-down feeling: and discom III. The Joy of Christ's Disciples
fort from excess acidity in the urine? Are (28:7-9): ). "
disturbed nights by
you a frequent desireto
"Cep Brush"Applicator pass water? Then you should know The followers of Christ had their
makes"BtACKlE0.F40 about that famous doctor's discovery- share of fear and unbelief, but it RUB/N : : k1
"ucH ru n+ra ..
DASH IN FEATHERS. thousands say gives blessed relief. Swamp was quickly overcome by joy and
Root is a carefully blended combination of assurance as they knew that their
16 herbs, roots, vegetables, balsams. Dr.
Kilmer's is not harsh or habit-forming In Lord was risen.

any effect way.is truly Many amazing.people say its marvelous The note of great joy is highly enaGay ,< .

Send for free, prepaid sample TODAY! appropriate on Easter Sunday, but I Cy
Like thousands of others you,'!! be glad just as 'proper on every Sundayyes '
that you did. Send name and address to tML
Department D, Kilmer & Co., Inc., Box: every day of the Christian'slife. ,
1255, Stamford Conn. Offer limited. Sendat He is risen from the dead! + tno
once. All druggists: sell Swamp Root. Ben-GaYacts fast to relieve'' ,
That settles all questions about His 1

. And Your Strength and WNU-7 11-45 deity, His power, His salvation. It muscular ache and pain-be- 5 "

' Energy Is Below ParIt meets the problems of our lives withan cause it contains two famouspainrelieving s "Q

may be caused by disorder of kid- WIYIUNTUPLETS'Q unfailing word of confidence and ingredients '>
ney function that permits poisonous ? +
waste to accumulate. For truly many joy.Be known to every doctor. Yes, 4 ; !
people feel tired weak and miserable do this for sure to note that such good $ j;
when the kidneys fall to remove excess news must not be'kept to ourselves.We Ben-Gay contains up to 21 '
acids blood.and other waste matter from the should emulate the zeal of the times more of these tested ingredients .Z>. '

You may Buffer nagging backache; CHEST COLDS who
rheumatic pains, headaches, dizziness, disciples, "departed quickly" to -methyl salicylate h '
getting up nights, leg pains, swelling.Sometimes make it known to their families and and menthol-than five other y
frequent and scanty urination To Promptly Relieve CoughingSore friends. The story of the victorious N
With smarting and burning la an- Throat and Aching Muscles widely offered ruins. No s
other sign that something la wrong with Saviour is still unknown to many
the kidneys or bladder. Whenever the Quintuplets catch cold- should wonderit'ssofastsosoothing! s y
There should be no doubt that prompt thousands-possibly we say
their chests,throats and backs are rubbed
treatment is wiser than neglect. Use with Musterole. Powerfully soothing millions. Let someone depart quickly Get genuine Ben-Gay. a -
Doan't medicine Pills.that has It la won better countrywide to rely on approval a- Musterole not only promptly relieves to tell them of Jesus. And don't

than on something less favorably coughs,sore throat,aching chest muscles forget to ask yourself, "Should that
known.Doan't have been tried and tested duo to colds-but ALSO helps break up .
,, many ears. Are at all drug stores. congestion in upper bronchial tract, nose someone be me? :
r Get Doan today. and throat.Wonderf ul forgrown-upstoo! Jesus met them on the way witha l

In 3 greeting of peace. He loves to a ,

Strengths mmmmm. fellowship with His people as they go / ,
1 1 I 1
on His errands. You will find. Him
there awaiting your coming.

. -T -

flft.. 1945

The Clewiaton News Nimitz, relaxing' some of the censorship serve effectively' '''our : Navy and,!I I rod, ,Miracles on,' New', Caledonia by (hostesses- themselves and they also-
'r' sffjC.tio s... 'We consider Country ::3n ''the, 'furtherance of our Mrs Arch Hodges. 'Current 'events gave a program< of songs. ;
ourselves fortunate to have been goal--Victory with I'EACE.: were; discussed by r. rs. Fred Sikes At the conclusion of the party-
Easter Greetings to all at ,home Minutes of, the previous
Published every Friday In Clowlston, Im- "- meeting each child was given candy and an
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, progressively assigned more We thrive, on your letters.Very were read by Mrs._ Leon Benlbry Easter egg. Those participating'
Inc. portant destroyer duties as the war sincerely, and reports from committee chair- were: Bonnie Faye Durrence, Patsy- (

has moved closer to the shores of D. RICHARD STEPHAN, men were heard.A I Elder, Elsie Anderson, Mary Cathe-
Entered as second class mall matter Commander, U. S. N.
social rise
Japan. hour was then enjoyedand Francis Martha' Jean Nowling.
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In .
Clewlston, Florida, under' the Act of For the GUAM operation we started Commanding.. the hostess 'served refreshmentsof Theresa Seegars, Jane Lee, Virginia -
March 3, 1897. be- cakes, mints and iced I Godwin
shooting a couple of days tea. Sarabeth Sykes,
A note this week from Sgt. John
fore the arrival of the Amphibious Attending were Mrs. Ben Bolton, [Marilyn Hancock, Eric Larsen, Karl
CARR SETTLE, Publisher Forces and remained there until the A. Perry who is still at Camp I Mrs. Himrod, Mrs. H. C. Meador, ''I Larsen, Warren Brown, Dale Perry.
Maxey, Texas but is. workingin
Subscription Rate-$:.:>O Per Tear Marines were well] entrenched and headquarters personnel. i Mrs. Bembry, Mrs. R. L. Marshall, I I Charles Twiddy, Lamar McLendon.
the Japs obliterated. For our con- I jMrs. Pauline Hand, Mrs. Earl Gene Thompson, Howard Graves,
Advertising<< Rates On Application. tinued gunfire support the ship was ( Peters, Mrs. H. E. Walker, :Mrs. (Teddy Nash, joy Bartz and Mrs. W..
Pfc. Walker: Nail,. who is with the
commended for its effective services. I I Hodges and Mrs. Sikes. ,.L. Lott. ;
Air Corps Engineers somewhere In __ (
Devoted to the advancement and welfare 'Our next mission was to screen the I France writes his brother, Conrialy I The Circle extends a hearty and -

of Clewiston and Hen< ry County. attack transports enroute to the Nail, that he is getting along very friendly welcome to any of the MRS. EZELLE HOSTESS TO .
PALAU Amphibious Operation. nicely in his worlHe: had just church services and to the revival I BRIDGE CLW' :WEDNESDAY: :
While at Palau we joined the screenof
returned, at the lime of his last meeting starting April 15 with Rev.
the escort carriers and were' in letter from a special assignment Thad Entzminger of Manatee bring- I Mrs J. W. Ezelle was hostess to-
NATIONAL EDITORIAL on the seizure of ULITHI. ing the I her
which he said was very interesting. messages. bridge club Wednesday afternoon -
iSSOCIATION The days of October found us still at her home.
/1tunI with the CVEs and the eventful day Billy Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs.' EASTER PARTY GIVEX" High score prize, a Fostoria pitcher -
t.- LEYTE, October 25, when CVEs BY :
off W. A. Davis, has completed his I was won by Mrs. R. C. Wilson
and their escorts, ourselves, included course at Officers Candidate Schoolat and the cut prize, a shoe bag, was
stopped and dispelled the Japa- Quantico, Va., and is now a LieuT -The members of Mrs. E. W. won by Mrs. G. B. Thomas.
nese battleship and cruiser task tenant in the U. S. Marine Corps. I Durst's kindergarten entertained I Strawberry shortcake and coffee-
t----:N:iN:Ni force that came through SAN BER- His parents received a wire from the mothers at an Easter party i' were served to Mrs. Wilson, Mrs.

NARDINO STRAITS.' We did havea him on Wednesday and he says he's :Thursday morning In the kindergarten i, Thomas, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. W.
couple of tense hours while within rooms at the :
coming home on leave immediately. Community C. Prewitt i'
Mrs. Rr M. Bishop, Mrs
With range of the Japanese heavy I Center from ten to eleven. '
IW. H. Lanier
Mrs D. G. Alston ancT
ships. Fortunately no damage fell The decorations were in the
Cpl. Thomas L. Moreno returned Easter Mrs. C. E. Johnson.
our lot.After. to Pyott Army Air Base Tuesday j I I theme with bunnies, colored Easter'I I
JH Our the LEYTE Operation we after a two-week furlough here dur- [eggs and gum drops. Refreshmentswere IJ 1

Boysin were' promoted to the first team, ing which time lie was married to I I served by the little hosts ,and IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID
what an aggregation! This assign- Miss Zelma Akin. .
ment had taken us far. The coastof <\ -
the off HONG KONG this)u=I. _
INDO-CHINA, Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff I
and FORMOSA, within striking distance -I
week received a letter from Sgt. } I
r of Japan proper. Our days Peter Cha'garis who, as he describesit r
have been varied as that of all des- I rLet's
Service is now deep in Krautland. Pete; ,CLEWISTON
with the Fleet- '
troyers operating
appears to be getting along okay
fueling, provisioning, providing mes- and getting something of a kick out
senger service, picking up aviators of hunting the "krauts." Says it's

....._.._.._............!...!-.!..!...!.................. ..:..:..: :--=..: down at sea. The latter duty has just like rabbit hunting except
- - -I been one our better
there the rabbits shoot back at you.
ments., Three of the accomPliSh-j And they hit sometimes, too, Pete
Mr. and Mrs. Q. J. Akin have recently -I ceived Bronze Star A so keep your head down. Dine Tonight and Every Night

received a V-Mail letter fromD. } swimming to the rescue of aviators. R *

Richard Stephen, commanding during the night or in cold waters, IN THE
and Mrs Luther Owens have I OF THE
officer of the U. S. S. Franks aboard v henever the call came. FRANK'Swork
recently heard from their son, Lt. I
which their son, Thomas Akin, CGM: was marked excellent in recovery -
Francis Owens, who is with the .
is serving which gives a resume of of aviation personnel from
12th Armored Division of the .
some, of the experiences the ship has the water. I CLEWISTON INN -
Seventh Army as a supply officer.At .
had since last June. The letter is We all know your thoughts and
time he was in the vicinityof
as follows: prayers are daily with us, and'feel Marin heim.

This is.a. letter to the: folks at that you should be kept advised of
home from your man on the U. S. S. our well-being. This war must be AXXIE ARMSTRONG CIRCLE Buffet
Franks to tell :you some of our varied fought far from home. But neyerso MEETS WITH' MRS. BROADRICKThe Supper Sunday Nights
experiences since last June. We far that our thoughts are not

are now able to divulge considerably constantly with our loved ones and I
Armstrong Circle of Special $1.50 6:30 to 8:00 P. M.
more information than was possible our every wish is for the possibilityof the Baptist Church met at the home' ;
during the early part of the getting home: However long 'I
of Mrs. W. R. Broadrick in Sugar- Regular Weekly Lunches 75c
war, in accordance with a recent.,I. as our services are required, we land Park for the regular monthly and Up .
order from our Fleet Admiral deem it a privilege to be able to
program and business meeting.Mrs. _l.
_. Himrod ; <<
Jack the de-
votional and 'led in prayer. Three
very interesting talks were then I 'i

given on Stewardship: by Mrs. Him-

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We deeply appreciate the splendid -

patronage and sincere cooperation of our ,- "iJ.":' .. .....?:'. {
friends and customers during the monthswe

have operated the Sugar Bowl. We

shall miss the congenial relations we have My Purchase Of

had with Clewiston folks in this business

and regret the necessity which forces us

to sell at this time. 't


It is our hope that our successors may

enjoy the same splendid patronage I and .1

friendships. '
-'/ r. Clewiston's Leading

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Mr. and Mrs. E. C. MillsI I Drug Sundry and Confectionary


My previous experience in a similar line of work gives me reasonto

IF YOU WISH THE believe that 1 will be able to give you as good service as you t

have had under the retiring owners and I shall endeavor, in every

FINEST FOOD way possible, to constantly improve on that service" I hope' for i

your continued patronage. :

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' Try A Complete Dinner At


Whatever your purchase may be, a meal, a soda, a sandwich or

medicine you may be assured of a friendly welcome and courteous -

$1.25 and Up treatment. .

9 TILL 11:30

Contrary to rumor, the Canebrake Bar and Restaurant will Mrs. A. O. Ward
be open the entire summer and will maintain the same service
rendered in
always thc' past. '.
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_,FRIDAY, MARCH SO, 1045 __

: :+: I Mrs. L. M; ,Golden jon March 24. LOST Ration book No
X"'X' Miss Marie Robbins :
<<"::": I \
,A son, Wm. R., Teal, Jr., weight

,- ., .. },' \ i'j. Marries Wm. Vidas I ten pounds, fifteen ounces to Mr. 4 on March 1 15. Contact
I and Mrs: W.; R. Teal on March 4'.1,

At Catholic RectoryMiss I A son, Robert MItchell, ,,eIght'I ) Abner R. Denham?

'PERSONAL SOCIETY ieight I pounds and three ounces, to i
; I Mr. and Mrs.-J. E. Elrod on March I I Box 1329, Clewiston

i Marie Louise, Robbins, dau- ........
I .:: |; ghter of Mr. and: Mrs. C. E. Robbinsof 124.A daughter, Karen Elaine, weight')Il

.t.. . . . ., .. ..............:...................._.........................."...u....................................;...I Clewiston became the bride of I
... .
>-.:/ .............:..................................................... . ; ; : : : : : : : : ; ; ; -- -- Wm. Vidas of Berwyn, 111 in a quiet seven Mrs. Harold and a half Lash pounds March, to 25.Sgt. and LOST:Between Western,
Ensign of Jacksonville r
Mrs. Grace
Parkinson was a business Saturday morning in the .
,': C. V. ceremony
-- -- M
. visitor here I Union and school
visitor in Miami Monday. was a business rectory of St. Margaret's Church, I! SOX nOR ,

, Tuesday., Fr. Peter J. ,Reilly officiating.
official baseball glove.
f Wm. Jeffries of Belle. Glade was Pahokee Mr. and Mrs. Joe Feigel were the I Mr. and Mrs. Charles ?Miller are
: in town on business Tuesday., Rev. S. D. Mason of wasa only attendants and the only others
' the of seven pound baby
, business visitor ,here for several j I parents a Return.to Frank Harben,
:( --- present at the ceremony were' the i! boy, Charles Robert, who was born i
j Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mancuso spent days this week. bride's parents. her brother, Volney j March 18 at St. Mary's Hospital in'"I' at W. U. office 1 tp.
, Thursday in Miami on .business. Robbins, her grandmother, Mrs. S. West Palm Beach.
'' Belle Glade
. -" A. E. Kirchman of V. Robbins, and Paul Schwartz- \ I
----- -- -
Burkhardt and Mrs. was here on business Monday aft-
Mrs. Wm. strait ber.
Louis Lentz spent last week in pIi- ernoon. The bride was attired in a white I Cadet Club To Have FOR RENT: Garageroom

ami. wool gaberdine suit with white !
and Mrs. A. Easter Party 'Sunday bath
Mrs. J. K. Rogers' lilidache hat and spectator pumps in private ,
Frank Cox left last Friday for W. Brullman were business\ visitors I' white and brown. Her corsage was I
Fort McPherson, Ga., for inductioninto in West Palm Beach Tuesday.Mr. of orchids. The usual Wednesday night dance i iI I twin beds. Suitable for
was held at the Cadet Club this
\ :>> the tarmed services., and Mrs. Joe Feigel were The young couple are honeymooning I week. 'I two men. P. H.- Duba,

Mrs. E. L. Stewart were week-end visitors inVest Palm at the Otis Hotel inVest Palm I The club officers announce that; 1 Itc.
Mr. and Beach for a week after which they special refreshments of cake and 1426, Osceola.
visitors inVest Palm Beach Tues- Beach. will be at home in Clewiston. Mr. I:: fruit juice will be served free of

.. day.' -- Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Leftwich, Jr., Vidas is an instructor at Riddle I charge on Easter Sunday. Cakes]

vacationing this week in West Field.V. !t'are being dona'ed by the organization -,
;. :Mrs. Jerome Mega of Miami spent are BOOKKEEPING SERVICE
Palm Beach and Jupiter. sponsoring the club and the
weekendi'ith her parents, ,
the W. Lewis of Savannah, general
,- fruit for juice by J. E. Beardsley. Systems -SupenisiollRep
and Mrs. M. R. Stroud. livestock agent of the Atlantic CoastLine '
\V. H. Reynolds and R. E. Kurtzof N Financial StatementsFor
Railway and George Dillard of j i COMMUNITY ttlXGSI I
Air Fort Myers were business visi- i Details WriteC.
Davis of the Eastern iI
Johnny Jacksonville, livestock promotion |I i iI 1-
Lines, Miami, spent' the weekendy tors here. this morning. agent for the ACL, were business j I The community sings, recently O. CRAMER

th friends: here. visitors here on Monday and Tues- 'inaugurated\ by the recreation com-! Box 1317 Clewiston
Miss Ogie ArnPtte and Miss Betty
day. mittee of the United States Sugar
Richard Yoder spent the week- Stough spent last week-end with Corporation, will be held in the I

- end with his mother, :Mrs. Daisy friends in Miami. Cpl. Thomas L. Moreno, son-in- future on the second Friday in each

I t Yoder, inVest Palm Beach., I law of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Aiken. left month. The next will be on April
$ Cpl. A. W. Sias, who is stationedat
Tuesday to return to Pyott Army I 13th. PLOW ER S
Miami Beach, spent 'a couple of '
Mrs. Albert Waeschner has return-I Air Base in Texas after spending atwoweek --- I
days here this week looking after Cut flowers for delivery: here ,or :
ed from a vacation visit furlough here. He was II
local for anywhere in U. S. :
duties as postmaster.Mrs. delivery
former home in Richmond, Va. married, while on furlough, to Miss j WANTED : Stenographer. wire.
I by
Zelma Aiken.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ziler, Mr. and E. E. Gross of West Palm er. Telephone 46, U. :MRS. J. }[. FOUNTAIN

Mrs. F. E. Hunziker spent the week- Beach was came accompanied to Clewiston to Orlando Saturdayand for Mr. and Mrs. E. Leonard and II S. Engineer office., I Day Phone 82 Xi lit Phone 148WShopAi

end in St. Petersburg. I grandson left Thursday: to return to
the week-end by Mr. Gross. '
their home at Appleton, Wis., after
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,:Mr. and Mrs Joe Fiegel are spending several months in Clewiston -I .
. spending this week in Daytona Cpl. James T. Stroud of Ma- where Mr. Leonard is golf professional I I
Beach. rianna is spending a few days here at the local course during Fo*

? -' this week with his parents, Mr.' and the winter. Mr. Leonard is pro at I THRIFTYi
Miss Estelena Husted visited with Mrs. M. R. Stroud. the Buttesdesmorts ,Golf Course atI I

Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Tompkins in Appleton and the North Shore Courseat I

:Miami over the week-end. Mrs. Hancel McDuffie, Miss Neenah, Wis. He will return to

Gloria McDuffie and Miss Betty Jean Clewiston next December. I $.,
Mr. and 1lrs.Vilson Dozier ,spent McDuffie were visitors in Miami 1 I ips utaenop hlr[QnJ

Thursday inVest Palm 'Beach on Tuesday. \ New Arrivals I

business. f Sgt. and Mrs. T.V.. Malone are --, I 1 I 1 I MONTHLY 1 '''PAYI.' .\ i.HI

:Mrs. M. A. Walsh and her sister, leaving Saturday to spend a two- The following births are reportedthis
1 I
'Mrs. Neil Schroder, are spending to ( week's vacation in Lake City and week by the Clewiston Emerg-

day inVest Palm Beach. Atlanta. ency Hospital.A I
'; daughter, Beverly Louise, II

> Mr. and Mrs. C. "fc. Miner were weight seven and a half pounds, to ,I
A. R. Broadfoot and ,L. L. Burnettof
business' visitors in Fort Myers Sun- \ Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Leroy Carltonon I
the district U. S. Engineer officein t ,
March 13. I
If.- day. Jacksonville spent a couple of ? MYERSFi1
A son, Ronald lason'eight \ FORT -
here last week onbusiness.Mrs. .
'Mrs. E. M.' Blake left Sunday to I eight pounds, two ounces to Mr. and I

her 'home in Asheville, -
return 'to -
I -- --
- -
J. D. Leftwich. :Sr., has as
N. C., after spending, the past three .
-I her guest 'for a few days Mrs. Gert- ;
'months with her' daughter ::1I1's'N.
ilmo't'and -
rude W Mrs. Betty Thompson ANTHONY'S-
V. S. Mumford and Mr.: Mum-
of Miami.
Mis. Richard Bestor and baby

daughter returned Wednesday froma ,
visit of several weeks with rela- .
tives i in Dallas, Texas. t., r '

I ;: J:, ::; ANTHONY'S'

Misses Laura Bailey, Bobby Spicer SHOES ,_

and Florence Graham and RAF :, .)V
Cadet Tony Lea were: visitors inVest '
DAILY MVTIMn::::4r: l31.. I '
\ Palm Beach Sunday.. .
I MftUT& !) P. 31.SIT. o ..r are
I A. !SUN.): COTIMOUSa !' I n:":': ..
1 I ./ !I P. M. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Small, Mrs. j "
WEEK BEGINNING !IAPIUL 1 C. E. Miner and Mrs. Ruby McIntyre ; :, SILENT
were visitors inVest, Palm -" ':
SUX. & :MOX.: APRIL 1 & 2 Beach Monday. :ti : ." i

,) };jThIS grand l old slogan helped put Anthony's store' :
I Miss Grace Ward returned Thursday :
rat, OEANNA GENEDURBIHAV"KEILY 1 from Holy Name Academy in :.r definitely in the minds of the people of South Flor .

San Antonio to spend the Easter : in dif.:
I ..W,SMMTHf flWjt>flfll', I : i\: ida. Different people; interpreted slogan
holiday with her parents, Mr. and .
"SbttROEANMARCNS WHO F Mrs. A. O. Ward. ; ferent ways the negro wheelchair man interpreted

sGIApra I -- shoes don't squeak! ;
I it to that Anthony's
cAVID G'f1Gt' : 1 i H. R., Barker.and Winthrop Winslow .; mean

m ;: ?SgI I of Providence, R. I., were the

LATEST WOULD XEWS AND guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. V. S. Mum- I .; ::' Anthony's shoes were properly fitted as early in the
ford on Monday and Tuesday of this
CARTOON South Florida shoes sold. Shoes
week. "':: > 1. history of as any

TUES. & WEI, APRIL :l & 4 :; :, properly fitted wear one-third longer than the same ;
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Pape and '-'-
4 Richard, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Pape ;' shoes, improperly fitted. .

'b FRED M.CMURTA"BARBARA STANWYCK and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Egley and ,

EDWARD G. ROBINSON i Haven children Sunday.were visitors in Moore "'.:' "'I. We bought the best shoes money and experience -',' \

( I could buy. We added the element of proper fitting .

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Greenbergerand .'
: would better wear and more ,
I Lt. and Mrs. Russell Domer of so that customers get

Okeechobee spent the week-end in comfort. ":
..... ,
Miami. Lt.
: r ----- ill."'IIg Domerhas,. recently f
returned home from'the Italian .P.1.. ,
N MARCH OF TIME theater.C. ';, ;The same customers came ,back year after year for .

Xo. 7 WEST COAST of the shoes hence the shoes sold themselves ;:
j I .........P 1IIt. .... D. Swafford of Chicago, ill, more
I field representative of the American and .became silent salesmen. /. .
THURS. & FRI., APRIL 5 & 6 Shorthorn Breeder's Association,

was a business visitor in Clewiston '

I Sunday and Monday, stopping at the Make Anthony's your headquarters

.i Inn .- when in town !r .

Representative and Mrs. ElbertL.

Stewart will leave Easter Sundayfor
Tallahassee where he will pre-

MARTHA O'DRISCOII NOAH BEERY,Jr. pare for the opening of the 1945 : '
session of the Florida Legislature

: Latest World Xews and Cartoon which convenes next Tuesday.Mr. .
E i
SATURDAY, APRIL 7 and Mrs U. T. Koch, Mrs. i
'San Fernando :Valley Foster Crampton and- daughter, :

Sherrill, l Accompanied Mrs. Koch's .
mother, Mrs. A. C. Pilcher, to West
Also Cartoon Palm Beach on Monday from where West Palm Beach
1 "BAT MAN" No. 9 Mrs. Pilcher took the train to return 312 Clematis Street

_. -- to her home in Atlanta( after
+ '. -- -.. spending several weeks here.

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. There's-That Where There's Number a Will 7 !J (') AReI. I

Mrs. Wigton was convinced that
her lucky number was seven. Personalities- Affect cJi6A.uawu; :
"It's extraordinary," she said, d
"how seven has dominated my When grinding suet through the If you have a dress with a skirt i .
life. I was born on the seventh Relationships of NationsStrain food chopper, allow it to stand in that is too narrow, take off the t
day of the month, and had seven boiling water a few minutes'before skirt at the waistline. Add a new l
sisters." l grinding-it will go through more skirt in contrasting fabric,cutting ." }
"Married on a seventh?" asked easily.To it over' a pattern that fits in with t
her friend. -e- the style of the dress'you -are re'j
"Well, I was married on June Between FDR and De Gaulle Complicates curl a feather that has been modeling. \

twenty-eighth, really, but it's still Between damaged by water, sprinkle it liberally -.-- \
,,' a seven-seven times four. And Postwar Understanding( with salt and shake it beforea Placing fruit jars upside down in"
only yesterday I had an enormousbit Two Great Powers. fire or over a hot radiator until hot water for a few minutes will i
of luck." dry. often help "persuade" ,the stub- "Surely," said her friend, "yes -.- born ones that refuse to be opened. '
terday was the thirteenth?" In home sewing it's important to -e- '
"Oh, yes, isn't wonderful. ? I By BAUKHAGE I know threads. On cottons, use cot- A dash' of horseradish mixed
Seven again. Seven".and six are News Analyst and Commentator ton thread. Rayons sew equally with each glassful of tomato juice 1

thirteen, aren't they? WNU Service, Union'Trust Building, to say. My own impression gar- well with silk or cotton thread. will add to the flavor.
Washington, D. C. nered from conversations with 1 1I

HEARTBURN Some years ago that highly scientific persons thoroughly familiar with the SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK. I '
organization, the Smithsonian institution French attitude is that "difficulties"were
Relieved In 5 minuteS or double money back discussed the possibility ofa expected to arise in Franco-
When.exeea sour stomach itomaeh andheartburn add ectues painful doctor.ouanypreacnbo anffocatloggas. relationship between sun spots and American relations the moment it Make New Slip Covers for Spring; \
I known fore became clear that France was not
the faetot aetlng medicine. wars. It was carefully explainedthat .L LJDue
.' ptomatfcreliefmedIeineellkethoseInBellan..bleto.. No laxative. Bell-ana. bring comfort In a sun spots which are really invited to participate in the coun- to an unusually large demand and
doable money back;on return of bottl current war conditions slightly more timeis
jiffy or four sels of the Big Three. It was not
to u. 2Sc at all drnggistf.SNAPPY. great explosions on the sun's sur- t v yf required in filling orders for a few of '
face, affected the weather on the expected that the role her armiesare the most popular pattern numbers.
I c ) ,(
earth and frequently bad weather in able to play would make her
turn affected the dispositions 'of human eligible to join the military councilsat SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK I
beings and might conceivably Yalta but the French were ardently 530 South Wells St. Chicago 7, CL I a,
FACTS render national leaders less desirous of having a place at the Enclose 16 cents for Pattern I
amenable to reason and more like-. general),negotiations which made up No. I
ABOUT ly to get their countries into trouble. I the second part of the parleys. Gen +
I RUBBEROverloading At first glance that seems rather eral De Gaulle was in no mood, 3h Name
far-fetched but the fact that,a clash I when he received the President's Address :
riJri of personalities can invitation, to brook what he considered -

affect the course of a further slight.It 11 1 ':
nations today, almost was clear, on the other hand, Painter Forgot His Works (
as much as it that President. felt he had sound, 4. #:
has been responsible did when people practical reasons for omitting any The famous Anglo American I(
for much lost tire fought at the whimof visit to Paris before the San Fran painter, John Singer Sargent, who
mileage on commercial and 2.q.ni:. w. a king, has been cisco meeting. He also felt there died in 1925, neglected to sign

farm motor trucks. Loadingof V: 4 .. brought out strikingly ,were sound, practical reasons for a 5535 some of his works and even forgot,
a truck or trailer so the in FrancoAmerican conversation with' De Gaulle. He years later, ever having painted
weight is evenly distributedto relations. said there were a number of points them. But he could easily iden-
all load-carrying wheels There isn't much that had to be cleared up which.re- tify these pictures in a unique way.
will prove an important rub- question that- the- quired French action before the J If a painting was his, a micro-
ber conservation measure. It President common interests of United Nations meeting could, be scope would reveal a fine red
pays to check loads. Roosevelt France and the held. Indeed, I imagine, he felt or green line painted around the
United States would that he'was 'showing especial regardto white objects because, owing to an
If In the China average,Russia rubber and India consumption were be better served if France when he offered to review eye'defect, he saw them bordered ,A'. \
brought up to American rubber con one Franklin Roose- the accomplishments at Yalta personally in one of these colors. '

sumption standards,they would require ,, velt could "get I for De Gaulle.
'4,500,000 tons of rubber a along" better with FDR Comments e
year, nearly twice as much as the one Charles De T Yes we have it! Generous I
anticipated world supply of natural Gaulle.Of On Prima Donnas PEPPER: sized box includes
R J attractive 'glass shaker as premium.
and synthetic rubber offer the war, course, it is s That is supposed to account for Postpaid, $1.00._
B.F.Goodrich officials declare. only fair to say that b the extemporaneous remarks he inserted
here are others in his report to congress SLIP covers are pure magic in BOBBY PINS! spring steel Buy
who don't "get E about "prima donnas." brightening up your living postpaid a supply, while$1.00.they last. Ten cards.
along" with the tall, 0 Those remarks, which were uni- room. You can make them your- .
handsome self for davenport with time Silk or human hair.
and aristocratic
versally interpreted as applying to your HAIR NETS Regular 25c quality
n Y r< k and a little patience. You'll need four postpaid, $1.00.
French gen- De Gaulle, came as a distinct shock ; nets
eral. It Is no secret Gen. De Gaulle and immediately afterward Senator 22 yards of 35-inch material or 16 I
that one Josef Brewster publicly labeled them "in- yards, of ,50-inch material for a BABY PANTS! Waterproof ewers a worried; an- ...t. I
Stalin he sofa with three cushions. ,mother's prayer. 50c quality_; two
although arranged a Judicious. pairs, postpaid. $1.00. I
highly advantageous treaty with :1 was following the text of the.official I'
Fran To obtain'eomplete'cutting;'sewing and Send money order or currrncy;add I Oc
e.including"so e even more release in the house radio gal
B.FGood'jh finishing instructions for Davenport Slip- to checks for exchange
advantageous private understandingwith lery as the President spoke and covers (Pattern No; 5835) send 16 centsin
De Gaulle, had no desire to in- had noted the many departures coin, your name, address and the pat GENERAL PRODUCTS CO. Albany, Ga.
vite him to Yalta. which he tossed off as familiar tern number.

But the Roosevelt-De Gaulle differences asides and which helped to give his
seem to be recurrent and.just talk the intimatenote he desired. Table Reminder
when everybody thought, after the But I was startled at what he said
latter's visit to Washington when he following the text as it dealt withan MAN-Why does a table make
was understood to have given his agreement with Yugoslavia. He me think of margarine?

colleagues in France the impression read the sentence, "We hope thatit WOMAN-Because it remindsyou
that the visit was highly satisfactory ::. is in the process of fulfillment"and of Nu-Maid the Table-
; to him, came the answer "I then he looked up and with justa Grade margarine made espe- c.
regret" to Roosevelt's "respondez- touch of what verged on sarcasm cially for use on the table.-Adv. 1
G\\EST eO\D vous, s'il vous plais" and the meet- in his voice, remarked "But it is not ,
ing on the President's cruiser off only that,- but in some other places I
to Ease Sore,Aching Muscles Algiers did not take place. we have to remember there are a 4

ON Poses great number of prima donnas 'in
4 the world, all who wish to be heard. Flavor Delights Millions
e difficult ProblemIn Before anything will be done, we

diplomatic circles it has been may have a little delay, while we
carefully explained that De Gaulle listen to more prima donnas." ftftI
could not accept an invitation froma That startled me as I said but I

SAVE YOUR BATTERYWorks peregrinating president to call : must say I did not at' first think he ;"
like magic.Simply pour In this powder upon him in French territory, whichit I could mean De Gaulle. That ha.
onco. Prolongs life of your new or old explained sort of seemed However oth-
was was a impossible. as .)
auto ,
battery by many months even years I 'CORN FLAKESt
depending, Users on, Automotive condition. Testing Engineers Laboratories say- "come down and have a picnic with ers mentioned it, I began to take it
'Iff harmless vt does all vou clatm." Not me in your backyard, I'm too busyto for granted, for I knew that until
tiscd last too by tafgs loner.:of Guaranteed.new batteries Send-makes$1.00,'em we call on you in your parlor." the procedure of voting as agreed "The Grains Are Great Foods"Kellogg's 1'r
will mall postpaid. Agent wanted. To which American diplomatic upon at Yalta was approved by 'FF .
JOLLY'S BATTERY AID,1204 S.Hill,Los Anjeles 15,CaL #s'
Corn Flakes bring nearly all
circles explained: it wasn't an in-' France the agreement could not be you
the food elements of the whole '
vitation to De Gaulle to come to Algiers announced. There were other'things' grain declared essential to human nutrition. Q '
which is French; territory, but upon which France had to be consulted "
an invitation ta call on the Presi- in advance of the meeting, as
\ dent aboard a TI. S. warship, whichis well.
ATTENTION: RANCHERS: 'American territory. The French ambassador who was

The ideal bookkeeping system, designed Peut-etre, was the reply, but the seated in the diplomatic gallery 1
especially for you by former Govt.tax ex- chief of a great power, indeed an showed no sign whatever that he
pert.Experience unnecessary. Order yours empire cannot be to be affected the words and later 3. '
NOW!Complete year system$5.00 postpaid. expected was by
SIMMONS'SALES SYSTEM treated any better than the rulersof he is said to have told a friend thatit to .
Edward Simmons,Agent such minor domains as Arabia, was hardly likely that the prima MUSCULAR ACE S -
5-Ag Oak Lawn Mobllo 20,Ala. Egypt or Ethiopia, royal-blooded donna reference could have been

though they he. (Roosevelt entertained meant to apply to France since the tiff Joints Tired Muscles Sprains Strains Bruises
the gentlemen earlier.) President had completed his com-
There the discussion bogged ment on what disposition of French
AT FIRST ft down[ in mutual chagrin with all but interests had been made and had
OF two of the leading French' moved another
newspapers on to topic, Yugo- "
AO fJtl'use666 (one conservative and ,one slavia.,"
communist) insisting that De Gaulle That, of" course, is a good alibi.
I was right and the apologists for And it is necessary that there be

Roosevelt explaining that the Presi- an alibi for I am convinced that Which of your two husbands 6-
dent could-not undertake what prob- had there been even unofficial admission '
Cold Preparations aa directed ably would have amounted to a that the President was lie coming home tonight j
visit of state and a triumphal hitting at De Gaulle a really difficult -
tour of France, when he had a war situation would arise. It is ,
to; win. It was also recalled that one known that although many people i t 1 rN

Famous to relieve MONTHLY thing Mr. Roosevelt prides himselfon consider the general what the
avoiding is making the mistakes French call "difficile," the Frenchdo
r fEMME ff: ; Wilson did. Wilson received a not call De Gaulle that and his '
,..,.... ..,. Constipation may make dients formulated over 50
wild ovation in France and
\ Italy BE- friends and admirers are warm Uncoated or
anyoneaMr.orMrs.Glum. years ago. I
MISERY .," .::- FORE the peace conference, and in their loyalty and would instantly TakeNature'sRemedy candycoatedtheiractionisTablets.Containsrtochcm '

(Also Fine Stomachic Tonic I) suffered the results of a most painful resent any unfavorable commenton dependable, thorough, yet '
: reaction afterward.How his conduct.No teals,no minerals phenol gentle, as millions of NR'sderivatives.NB.Tabletsare
Lydia E. Plnkham'a Vegetable Com- great a part Roosevelt's fail- have proved. Get a 25f
serious difficulties
pound Is famous to relieve not only are expected -
monthly pain but also accompanying ure to pay a visit to De Gaulle in to arise between the United different-act different. Convincer Box dayl.A1J!
nervous, tired, hlghstrung feelings- in Purely vegetable-a combi druggists. Caution:TakanationoflOvegetablcingro.
when due to functional dis Paris played motivating the general's States and France but some of their directed.
periodic only as
turbances. Taken regularly-it helps refusal, or, if it were the chief common troubles in the past show I
build up resistance against such dis cause, how much was personal that there is much difference between ALL-VEGETABLE I
tress.I Follow Plnkham's label Compound'directions.helps Try it/nature pique on the part of.! De Gaulle and foreign relations, bolster "
bow much a feeling that his nation them with protocol will
c4.J .6&nh# am COMPOUND had been slighted,' it is impossible personal relations after: all. r+Ft TABLETS-PR

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f: and AnswersOn I chart must each retailer prepare? Driving the Nazis out of their eight- ing you when you come. 1 There will be good singing and sound

Questions A. Each retailer must prepare I foot entrenchments in dense woods,, Friday, the Ruth Class' of the Sun I gospel preaching. Blessings foe

Retail Clothing I three copies of his pricing chart. mud-'and rain, the 100th opened theI day School will have their monthly every one.
6. Q. Are copies of these charts I way for the remainder of the U. S. meeting at the home of Mrs. A. H. "The less one has to do the less
Regulation No. 580 to be filed with OPA? I VI Corps to cross the Meurthe River.It King. All women of the church are time one finds to do it in."

j' A. Yes. Each retailer must file then led the American drive up cordially invited to attend-time,
his chart with the the Saales Pass toward Strasbourgby 8:00 m. *
copiesof p.
1. Q. To whom does this new retail I '
fi f't apparel and house furnishings I OPA and retain one copy for his capturing such towns as Moyen- The quarterly business meeting of

i regulation apply? own use.' moutier, St. Blaise, Schirmeck, and the church will be held Sunday night Fr. Peter J. Reilly, Pastor
A. It applies to retailers of men ,swomen's |I 7. Q. When must the charts be Urmatt. at the close of the evening service. i! Mass:' Clewiston 9:00 a. m.
,- children's or Infant's wear- filed with OPA? Later, at the strongest point in Every member of the 'church shouldbe I Pahokee 11:00 a. m, ;
ing apparel, apparel accessories, A. Each retailer must file two the entire Maginot' Line, the area present for this meeting. Let

1' t'::. shoes, household textile 'items like copies of his pricing chart with around,the town of Bitche, the 100th us "have a report from everyone of: ,
before ,April 20 1945. pounded the German, troops in fam- ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL -
1i;: ,4.: blankets, towels or sheets, floor OPA on or our departments.
the Fort Schiesseck' 'for two weeks CHURCH
8. Q. Where are charts to ous
bedding; furniture,
coverings, lamps Let us not forget that our revelval ,
\", ;;:", :and other specified articles. be filed? and finally captured" ,the heavy for- meeting begins April 16. Begin Services every-Sunday at $:30a.

=:: 2. Q. Why was the regulation issued A. Each retailer'. must file two tification.The preparing now ,to attend every sere m., at Clewiston Community
; ::: ? ". copies of his chart with his District Century' Division received a ice of this meeting. Rev. Thad
OPA : A. The regulation. was issued in Entzminger will bring the mess- REV. S. D. .I MASOX, _
9. Q. Is it important for retailers -I I L. Devers, commander of the Sixth
These will want to hear. '
order to provide simple and more ages. you Priest in Charge. .
to prepare their i ehartstimmediately Army Group in January, for its action -
effective method for 'fixin'g" retail''ceiUng
; I '
? in withstanding the brunt of
prices for the articles cover- l -
,A. Yes. Retailers will find' the the German' winter .counteroffensiveon
the regulation, and to' stabi-
ed by
I preparation of their charts much I I the Seventh Army Front. In the
lize retail prices of items covered by
easier if they prepare them im- middle when the Nazis' launched ,two I
r':. the. 'regulation. I mediately-since: : :. information to]I offensives, one on each of its flanksat JOHN. H. MALOY Jr.
i. 3. Q. What is the first thing a be shown on the charts involves the Rimling and Bitche,, the .100th
; retailer does to comply with this in 1 .
costs and selling prices of goods refused, to give ground and inflicted, ,
regulation? stock .on'.'.March. 19,' 1945, the base heavy losses on three enemy divis-
I ";" A. He ,must prepare a "base date date. ions. Finally the Germans were
This chart consists Federal Tax Consultant
j'/, pricing chart. I 10. Q. When do retailers start forced to halt their offensive In that
of his costs and selling prices, for j.using their charts to -'price the items sector. '.
the items covered by the regulation '
::' I covered by the regulation? --.- -. '
;: which he offered for sale on March A. On April 20, 1945, the effec-
19, 1945, the "base date." "tive date of the regulation. I Hendry County INCOME TAXES SOCIAL SECURITY TAXES '

,.:">,, 4. Q. Are different types of 11. Q. Will the regulation have ConservationistAssumes 'VITHHOLDING'TAXES MISCELLANEOUS 'TAXES
goods to be classified by retailers in I an immediate effect on retail prices?

the preparation of their charts? I A. Some repricing' will be re- DutiesH.

A. Yes. Certain groupings of quired by most retailers on a. relatively LABELLE .
merchandise are required to be made small number of items on
4 ; L. Close, work unit conservationist -
/! -and these groups of" merchandise are!I April, 20, 1945, the effective date of for western Hendry county, April 9 and 10 Courthouse

j ., called "categories. A list of the"categories" I the regulation. I II I arrived last Wednesday to 'assumehis '.
and a rescription of the
I I 13. Q.' Will the, regulation benefit -: duties: His office is the single '
items that belong in each category CLEWISTON
retailers? 'corner, on third
I I room, northwest
-, is shown in the regulation.
A. Yes. Although it requires 'a floor in the court house.
5.,,Q. How many copies of his 2 4 5 6 7 Office
substantial amount of work in the Mr. Close is here to assist farm- April 3, Beardsley
'" the pricing chart,
-- preparation of
c ers and cattlemen on any form of
this 'is a one-time job for the retailer. agriculture or pasture problems. .
After the chart has been pre- Those wishing assistance are askedto MOORE HAVEN

pared, the retailer has a positive, file requests with the board of
simple and more effective means for supervisors of the ,Hendry County April 11, 12, 13'and 14-Judge Couse's Office
determining ceiling prices for these
. Soil Conservation District.
items. The chart also provides him
o CcfttaiId # with a simple method, of ,determining COT
CLEWISTOX : [UiTI'CHURCH Formerly Internal e'E'l1ueOff Specializing on Estate and
ceiling prices for new lines.
I I 14.' Q. Where may retailers obtain David C. :Hancock, Minister Ten Years Florida Territory Inheritance Taxes:

I I more information about the SUNDAY, APRIL1, 194 5
I Annual Easter Sunrise Service,
i A. From their War Price and with the' churches of Clewiston cooperating AND OTHER STATE INCOME TAXES
Rationing Board. The Board is will be held at 7:00 a. m.
I distributing copies of I the booklet on'' the levee near the hurricane

containing the regulation and other gate.' ,
information to each retailer who ..
sells items covered by it. .Additional E.Sunday Gericke School, ''sup ,'rintendent.9:45 a. m.,Classes Dr. C. ] .:..:..:,.:..:..:..;,.:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.'.:..:..:'.:":":'.:": :":":":":":":'.:": :":":":":":":":":":":"X
copies are available at the Board
for all ages.l'Iorning .
upon request. Your War Price and I
Worship, 11:00 a. m. A
p i IlISlIltld dJI/d Rationing Board will be glad to nursery for small children is conducted Service
answer questions. Headquarters'CARS
J Q tir J_ I Community:by the Center.Mothera'' Club-- at the- ,(

Pvt. Leon 'Snell With The choir will 'sing "0' Morn of

_when your Beauty" by Sibelius, and "Christ Is
100th Infantry DivisionWITH Risen" by Beethoven-Pattison..

SI-.iIts.-le here.. "Christ the Power and Wisdomof

I lied femifes I THE 100TH DIVISION OF God" is the theme of the minister's -
iwpoasftfe .

.. th r own AJkfw I Pvt. Leon L. Snell has recently been Westminster Fellowship meeting T
6:00 at the church. .
i assigned to the 399th Inf. Regt. of p. m.

c"e i iJormatisLI the 100th Infantry Division and is You are ,cordially invited, to 'worship All Makes .' ,',.

I I now serving with that organization with us. ..-':: ,
on the Seventh Army front in east- The annual congregational' meeting ', '
ern France. will be, held at the church 'on '-' :4;.*.:,',\,'"" ,'t-,:
'i With his assignment he has April 2 at 8:00 "'" '" .
Monday p. m. r: 7't:,' :.,;< "
I become a member of the famous

!; I "Century" Division, commanded by :METHODIST SERVICES IX TRUCKS
Federal' Major General Withers A. Burressof PUBLIC LIBRARYRev.

' Richmond,' Va., ,which plaY.ed.a I ., Lewis Minter, Pastor
: I Savi gs a dLoaAssociation major role in the huge Seventh GMAC BUDGET PLAN REPRESENTATIVES
Army winter offensive on the Western Church School-3 p m.
Front. Worship ,Service' -3:45 p. m.

I Entering combat in early November We request all people to attend CHEVROLET
; .. the 10hh( cracked the proposed the church school and the Easter .
I'I 'r![ German defensive line in the service in the Public Library Sun-

I I I Vosges Mountains af Raon l'Etape. day afternoon. If you want a good
I.a seat come early as some people think PHONE 87 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA
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that we will have a large crowd for
this afternoon Easter service.. (..:..:..:.:..x.<..H..K-x..:"H..>-:..:..:..: :..:.:+:":":": :":": :-"X--o--: :: :" :o-o-:">>
Attention All Children! We will

have an Easter egg hunt after the

,. and request each .. > r': .,
Revival Services' services we per- : ; l
i' : son to bring three colored eggs. '
We invite all people to' attend : ,

these services, and come seeking : NOTICEAs
,I, p',J At The ,
: 'w'b oJ God's blessing. "Whosoever will let
him come and drink of the 'waters

y 1 First Baptist ,Church. freely." / n "only freeholders are permitted to vote in .

CHURCH within Special =.,
FIRST BAPTIST bond elections, all land owners' ,residing .

1 1 i H, C. Meador, PastorSunday ', 'Tax School: District No. 7, Hendry County' Florida,
? Beginning and register that they j
School-9:45 a. m. are urgently requested to see

Morning Worship-11:00 a., m. are such freeholders with Mrs. Addie :Mills, Registration C

! April 15 1945 Training Union-6:45 8:00 p. m. Officer, at) the Sugar Bowl Drug Store, for the
Evening Worship- p. m. :
k> Prayer Service Wed.-8:00 p. m. Clewiston Precinct; or Mrs. Blanche'Pavidson, Registration : ,

4 j Please note the change of time in Officer, at Davidson's Grocery Store, for the :

1i our evening services. The time Hooker's' Point Precinct; on or before April 11, 1945, I
changes beginning today.
. Easter Sunrise Service, at The as the Registration Books which are now open in said

;;' ...: :..:..:o.w:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. Lake Front Sunday Morning at 7:00A. Precincts will close on that date ; and it is necessaryto
f i i : M.-The ordinance of Baptist so register as such freeholders in order that they
1 l f will be administered at the evening E
: ,service this Sunday. Everyone is may vote in the said Special Tax School District No.
t Assembly of God :::
x A'i' ;,. cordially invited to worship with us. 7 election to,be held on April 17, 1945, on a bond issueof
y The W. M. S. executive committee schools. All land own-
for the Clewiston
; SOUTH CLEWISTON'r. :s: $450,000
,\ will meet at the church Tuesday -
)t ----- sr 'within said District please be sure to see
X residing'
... at 3:30 p. m. All officers are ers
" _' t.: y ...; Sunday School... ..............._._........__ 10:00 A.' M.Morning :s s: urged to ,be present. the ,above Registration Officer of) their voting pre-
::: .. The auxiliaries of the W. M. S. 1945.
r s : rA. r Worship ...............t:_........ 11:00 A. M. .s' will meet Wednesday at the church. cinct on or before April 11, ,

% 4 Evangelistic Service ...__...-._._........ 8:00 P. M. Y.1.; Sunbeams at 3:30 p. m., and G. A':;. "
Y at 3:45 p. m. The R. A. Thursday JOHN L. HALL
r; .; Weekly:Services, Tuesday. ......._.r_ 8:00.P. M. ::: at '7-30 p. m.

ft l X.!' y Young People's Service Friday :....... 8:00 P. M. f.:; The mid-week prayer service' of Supervisor of Registration, Hendry
the church begins at 8 p. m, Wed- County, Florida
5 Y nesday evening All members of
.: uiw. H. nf .' :s: the church and friends of the churchare .
4, >; BAGWELL( .+ cordially invited to attend.

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Is Speaker At ed that there is no necessity for such navigator and bombardier during I|(series of medical and |iod of his stay here will also include
type of inducement being continued. 11 months in the European theater, tests will indicate the type of, i ja number of phases of military trains -
huge revenue as a result of this 11 clusters, Purple' Heart, and DIs- suited by aptitude and, pe1'i i been determined he will go to the
amendment and the State Chamber tinguished Unit Citation. He work characteristics, while'other Training
proper Army Air Forces
'The regular monthly meeting held feels that such loss should not be ed as a timekeeper and paymasterfor I cation tests will measure his I Command station to begin his actual
*ihe Clewiston Garden Club was at'the 'contInued, that all industries should. the Hubbard Construction Co., nical skills and aptitudes. The' air crew training.. .
:last Thursday afternoon share the tax load equally. Orlando, before Joining the AAF I! I '
Community Center with. Mrs. R. M. "With no state bonded debt, no March 31, 1942. His father, Marion j ---------
Bishop, president' of the group, :! income tax, no general sales tax, no Lee, lives at Clewiston, Fla." while I
presiding.! I state' tax on 'lands, ,no poll tax, a his mother Mrs. II. L. Rich, and his
P. Deane Duff was the speaker constitution ceiling of two mills on wife, Shirley, live at Punta Gorda.
for the afternoon and read a most intangible property and only one

interesting paper which contained a mill actually levied,...and, with the New Ration Stamps CATTLE OWNERS AND BUYERSATTENTION '
word picture of Clewiston as he entire amount of its inheritance taxa .
hoped to see It some day in the not credit against the federal tax and To Be ValidatedOn .
too distant future.Administration not in addition thereto, Florida .
further beautification offers sufficient inducements to April 1st 1Okeechobee
sewage disposal, a. city ceme- sound industries without continuinga i -
tery and negro quarters were all policy of discrimination betweenold I (
From Washington comes announce- .
'touched on' and mention was made and new industries with finan- ment by the OPA that complete. Livestock :
tf ,a new city hall, jail and fire station cial injury. to counties and .muni- new set of ration stamps, blue and
A city commission form of. cipalities," he stated I
red, will be validated April 1, all in Market
government' and a municipally owned book four. :. ,
t bwer plant were seen"as needed tor I Lt. Ronald M i Lee The five new' red stamps for buy .r' '. .
the. future. ing meats and fats are K2, L2, M2! At. Okeechobee Opens
There were a number :of questions At Miami BeachMIAMI i i I N2, P2. The five new blue stamps .
'following Mr. Duff's talk and 'considerable i are T2, UT, V2, WT and X2.
discussion of the various THURSDAY ,APRIL 5
points brought out. BEACH, Fla., March 29 J J1st
The horticulture chairman, Mrs. -': Lt. Ronald M., Lee, '22, Puntaj I Pvt. Torbert Training I .

'C. B. Rackstraw', gave a report on Gorda, Fla., has arrived at Army As ;BombardierKESSLER I Sale tar.tspromptly at 2 o'clock
the loquat and 'Mrs..:'W.: L. Lott, Air Forces' Redistribution Station! I
o chairman of, the Library: committee, No.. 2 in Miami Beach for reassignment -/ ..*
suggested that.the,Community Center processing after' completing I FIEL'D, : Biloxi, Miss .
committee be made a standing : tour of duty* outside the continental, March 17-Haying arrived, at ,Ke ,s- .'. .Bring, your. livestock = Attend the sale :'
committee rather than a special United States. I ler Field, Miss.; Pvt. Melvin Russell ; f ':..", ..
tcommittee. Medical eaminatlons and classification i Torbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. A.. R. I
A letter was read from Edwin Interviews at this post, Torbert, Box !97A) Clev/iston,'* Fla., ( '. .' A. C. McNurlen, Auctioneer ales .
:IMenninger suggesting that cork pioneer of several redistribution stations is now being examined by tM AAF ... :
vsaks be planted by the club in preference operated by the AAF Per-I Training Command station :Medicaland : ., Every Thursday. ...; .
'to Australian' oaks. in the sonnel Distribution Command for Psychological Unit to determinehis .
proposed. club beautification program returnee officers and enlisted men, I qualifications as a preaviationcadet.
will determine his new assignment.He '
Burdick & Carson
Inc.-Owners .,
will remain at tnt redistribution
A nominating committee composed Flying officer training as a pilot,
of Mrs. F. Deane Duff. Mrs. E. station about two weeks, much of Bombardier or navigator will be And ''Operators "
which will be devoted to rest and ,.:
1.,. Stewart and Mrs. W. C. Owen given Pvt. Torbert upon 'successful
was named to bring in a slate of recreation. I I Completion of the processing he is
'Officers for the coming year. Mrs. He flew 66 missions as a B-261 undergoing at Keesler Field. A
G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. C. M.,Pirkle .
and Mrs. W. L. Lott were named asa
"a special committee to contact the

city council relative to the destruction : _' '_ ,__' '_'.___ __ \.J
of trees by fires when clearing '
ciy property of dead grass and J....) .
'Weeds. )" .. :; \ ........
:. :".t;:; ; ,..:.' :: i t&.i ", : :< '
Refreshments were served by the
.. ,.. '.
hostesses "' ; .. .
Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, -
"Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mrs. McIntyre
and Mrs. E. E. Kelly to the twenty- 'C 4 NA. A 2' 5 .:,.,' ...';
two members and two 4i' ,"', '.
guests present < ',; .' ..
t 9 .' 1 ';'- .,.:.

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:Amendment" Extension ; 71 : 3.k-}.. ;..

Opposed By C. of C; .i Ie 4 e.t. :' > '.

JACKSONVILLE, March 29 .- '''! :: ;

'While the Florida State Chamber of Aunt Emily ;
'Commerce was ''the original sponsorof 8
the constitutional amendment '
'exempting certain 'new industries b Y J. ,
'rom taxation, it is opposed to an an ( +'

Colee extension, executive of that vice provision president, Harold of i"4 .;/ ':: '

the State Chamber, said today ;.\' E N E M Y ','
'"When the original amendmentwas "

proposed," he said, "there was .
deed for special inducements to
obtain industries. As a result of '
that action paper and pulp mills and
sa number of other desirable industries AGE NT !
chose Florida for their operations ;
But its purpose has been ,
: '
accomplished. We have proved to :"
the world that Florida is a desirable "
location for industry, have demonstrated -' __ -'. \ -;,. { .:;
the value of our climate, \ -'. '..,"
geographical location,. and natural
i;; .
resources, and are so well establish- :
ti a ..i'r

: I : ,; :;. :)
:: ,_ yp J

\ Look to the ;::*

Future SUCH a nice little old l lady, too! The last single bit-information comes to'the ears of

I person in the world you'd suspect of having an enemy agent, who knows how to use it to '., ,',
! ,. '
any truck..,with, the-enemy'.! Matter; of.fact, harm, our., victory' drive. .,

; Aunt Emily doesn't realize it herself.
desperate and dangerous
Enemy agents, may

; Aunt Emily,, unfortunately, can't'keep things still be among us. The penalty of careless\ talk '"

r After:The War ,. to herself. Bursting with importance. she just is great. Ships, war equipment, thousands of: ,
has to tell her nest-door neighbor that I her' '.' men,\a crucial battle caivyet be lost'because of "

} You" Will Want To ', I : nephew Jim of theQBth Engineers/ atss&BB,. single,. unguarded remark you make.t<>!day.

! Build A Home overseas is coming home on .a special 30-day Don't let our hard won* 'victories lull you into

I I '. ,. furlough on the rotation plan carelessness. Keep all vital information to
i ::5 \
In good faith her neighbor passes the news yourself.. ,.Remember, .' what the enemy ,' ,
,'. .'j"' ( '" F
( along to the grocer and in due time this doesn't know won't hurt you, or your'country' I : i<

I\ It Will Pay You To : .. 1. \

..._ ... '. .
< ""- -: Buy Your Lots
This Message Contributed As a Public Service by
1. If you hear it, don't pass it,.on! _
NOWCLEWISTON 2. If you see it, keep it lo yourself! (

3. Don't mention unit strengths, troop movements,

types of equipment, production records, or ship

: IJ 4. If you read it in newspapers or magazines or hear it I 1 '

' over the radio, only then feel free to talk about it! ESTABLISHED 1915

'lo."" :::;'''-.r>> ... '''q := iiIt'AGE MIAMI

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