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: April 6, 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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it 1944:45-H Sugar Harvest. Ended Today 'I

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: Lt. Ed Ward On 90,000 More Tons Cut In: -25 '

$4.50 PER THOUSANDON J SPEAKER AT RAF Nazi Prison CampLt. I : Days Less Time Than In 1944 '

CITY ASSESSMENT WINGS PARADE Ed Ward, :*who' was released I 1 '
I I Enough Labor AvailableFor
from a Nazi prison camp in northern Harvest FestivalTo

__ I I Germany by the Russian advance Hell' Work

Clewlston freeholders will to several weeks ago is now, en route Be ( Here Crop
go I Air Commodore H. E. Nowell,
;home and should-arrive in the States
the polls a week from Tuesday. to 0.. B. 'E., director' of supply and organization 'I Next WednesdayThe During SummerThe
j within a week, it was learned by
vote "yes" or "no" to the proposal], for the RAF delegationin i:I I' Mrs. Ward Easter Sunday.

for the issuance of bonds in the' Washington, presented wings to j jIi I Mrs. Ward had a: letter from her 1945 Sugar :Harvest Festival 1944-1945 sugar cane harvest
RAF cadets at graduation exercisesSaturday .
:amount of $450,000 for the building I lor Course 22 at Riddle- :j husband, written March 21 in which will be held next Wednesday, stream- season came to an end today and delivery
: !he said he 'was at Naples, Italy, and lined to some extent by war con- of cane td the sugar :h use'
of a new high school building in Ii McKay Aero College here, saying i .
here is to
expected be completed to-
I en route home. With him was a ditions but furnishing the usual .
". friend from Miami who had been'in festivities for sugar corporation.? em- night. By Monday entire sugarhouse
England "in time, for the final rush. !
for Fame, the remodelling of I :I I the same prison camp, Lt. Hank ployees as in past' years., operations will be completedand

,, ,.... both of the present buildings and 1 I of John Riddle-McKay G.: McKay, Aero of Miami College, owner and ]I Perry, and in a 'conversation' with The first event will be the har-I, the final bag of sugar will be

t for construction of a larger and : officials in Washington Sunday Lt. vest end fish fry to be held at the; weighed and tied.
of Embry-Riddle Co.,
more modern school for the colored )I. president I Perry's father learned that the ship 'Sugar House ''from twelve to} 2 Wed Completion of the harvest' on this

students of Harlem. presented ,diplomas. 'r on which the boys are returning nesday. Because of war conditionsand day will make only 157 days during

P'. In commenting upon the forthcoming -I McKay presented a watch to'I would dock within ten, days. The lack of space the festival; will I the season as compared with the

election, E. M. Cornette, Cedric Henderson' of, Chile, as outstanding destination was not given. be confined to employees and the 182-day previous season. The current -

chairman and local member of the I cadet ""of the course. For I II I According to this information Lt. members of their families and pos- harvest was begun on November

v Hendry County school board, who 1 proficiency in,, flying and ground I II Ward should be at his home here sibly a few corporation guests. Ad-I 1 and grinding operations began on
,!". has expended a great deal of per-'! school w'ork, he presented gold I i within the coming 'week. mission will be by ticket and there. November 3.
pencils ,to F. E. Waller of York, Despite the shortage of' the sea-
sonal effort to set the stage for the will be only one entrance to
Eng.,, and R-,M. Cox of Cornwall, I son, Jay W. Moran, vicepresidentand
election, stated that there appeared room.
:' to be some opposition to the election I' Eng.Air G. M. FORD DIED) A menu of fried fish, French fried! general manager of the corpor-
Commodore Nowell said that ation, states that approximately 90-
:!: but chances seemed very good for potatoes, hush-puppies, bacon cole
Its at this time. I many of the graduating cadets "will : will I 000 more tons of cane will have been
;\ passage slaw, cake, coffee and lemonade
Mr. Cornette feels that residents no doubt make trips further East I' I harvested during this season than
many ; j i AT HOSPITAL HERE be served. I
: during the 1943-44 season! This was
t and property owners have ex- to push the war in Japan and end I I
I The festival dance will observe
clue he stated
. largely, to an improve
bond issue it as soon as possible. He stressedthe
: opposition to the
?, : pressed the midnight curfew' and will begin
\',' because did not understand fact that "boys in the air may ment of the labor supply throughthe
; they OF HEART ATTACK j at eight o'clock Wednesday eveningand
but recruitment of the War
',?: what the cost would be to them in be glad, most important is the program
twelve. Miibit.
close at
promptly : Foods Administration which made
r actual dollars and cents and points boy on the ground. ,
If I will be furnished Dave Tyler's
'. ': home-owners in C. G. Lott I Gadsden M. Ford, 54, passed a plentiful supply of work-
out that to most f Group Capt. : accompanied awayat orchestra which has just completedan
from .
',> the community there will be no j Air Commodore Nowell. Cecil the Clewiston Hospital at ,four I engagement at the Mocamba ,

': cost at all because of homestead I Roberts, well-known British author o'clock Thursday' morning as a re- I Club on Miami Beach and is now bulk of thp labor supply dur,

';::", exemption. I who' wrote '"Victoria at Four-Thirty" sult of -a heart attack- with whichhe playing at the Club Bali ing the current season has been

(:, On the $450,000 issue, bonds to I and "Pilgrim Cottage," who is visit- was stricken the previous after- I Admission to the dance will be by Jamaicans with a small percentageof

', be paid over a period of twenty ing friends in Palm Beach, was noon. He was taken to the hospitalat ticket only. with each employee receiving domestic labor. The 350 war

u-: years, it will require, Mr. Cornette ,:another distinguished, guest pres that time. His death culminates two tickets, one to admit prisoners worked by the corporation

pointed out, about $29,000 per year ent., Other guests included Mrs. several months of illness with 'the I the members' of his own family, the I have been' used largely in cultiva-

r<-" to pay the bonds when due and keep John G. McKay, and Mr. and Mrs. heart condition. I other to be presented to any couplehe tion and planting operations. These

." 't' the interest paid up. A millage of ,'John G. McKay, Jr.- all of Miami. Known affectionately a's "Pop" I wishes' to invite. Jamaican laborers are now being

: ;. seven mills has been_'set by. the county :![I Martial music played ,by the to hundreds, of residents ofthe? Lake Service emblems will be presented moved into other farming' areas of

Ii"_j ,: boardfor-- this ,school" district, to,i j I r Buckingham .Army Air Field' Band areahis' death-came-##.l'great I '-at' 'the tell:"o'clock intermissionto the country:'but ane\y: supply Js ,be- }

,;' payoff 'the bonds. ,j I[lof Fort Myers. Several hundred shock in every: lake community' eligible employees, according to ing obtaSod) by: The corporation for,4U-

k The assessments of taxable property ': visitors viewed the wings parade where he had a host, of friends of" the present plan. planting and cultivating during the, .

F" in the district will run, this j I I that took place on, the field before I all ages. He had lived in Clewistonthe The usual festivities for colored summer'' months.

t: year, approximately $450,000 and I the flight tower. greater part of the, time for the laborers will be held'd ring the 'During the season approximately

.:. if all taxes are collected, as they are The group left that afternoon for past eighteen years and for two years, I week. 24,000 acres of cane was harvestedand

r..' being collected at this time, the I Canada and another class arrived ont while working for the U. S. Engineers I there was enough labor that

,', seven mill levy will raise $31,500 Monday replace them. was located in other lake mechanical harvesters' were used but
Many Attend Easter very little. Mechanical loading
t' per year. I j I communities. His first work in .how"ever, have ?
The school board is, at operations, been increased -
t Lehman To Meet Clewiston was with the Southern Services On Levee
I and very little cone has been
mills for usual schoolS
levying two Sugar Corporation for three years
expenses although at the last "trus- j i With War Board I and then was connected with the On Sunday Morning loaded by hand during this season.
I The time has
.. record of grinding
: tee it raise
r' election was voted to S. Engineers for twelve. During]
,, i IV. been very good and in face of the
; this to four and half mills. This' Committee
: a Wednesday the, remainder of the time he has
I' I ne,,'. H. R. of the difficult
I Bagwell, pastor j labor supply at the sugarhouse
makes the increase for the bond issue been in nrivate business. At the I
-- Assembly of God Church in' South it has operated at a very high
only four and a half mills or an ofhis
I time death he was engaged in
Karl Lehman Executive II -
the Easter of
Clewiston, gave messageat degree efficiency.
increase_ in the taxes of those who
private work in the I
lof the Florida War Finance Committee survey area. the sunrise morn- "Mr. staff the
I I service Sunday Vaughn: and his at
have about $4.50 thou- '
pay per Mr.' Ford was born in George-
I will be here next Wednes- ing on the levee near the hurricane J sugar house deserve 'great commen-
',' sand dollars of assessment. "town, S. Car.,. in 1891, attended the
day evening to meet with members
Most, if not all, freeholders have gate, the theme of his sermon be- dation for the good results obtained
schools of his home city and received
iof the Hendry County. committee [ ing "The Empty Tomb." In his I during the season," Mr. Moran said,
already registered for the election
his engineering degree from I
.'; but I and others to map out plans for the talk he stressed the tragic results to and added, "This also applies to the
should check to be sure that, tf Clemson
College. He member
forthcoming I Seventh War Loan was a |'society had Jesus friends and dis- other operating departments as
registered already, they alsc the
are : of Florida Engineering Society, I
( Drive which officially opens on ciples not found the tomb empty well."
registered as freeholders. To make of the American Legion and the'
.5 ., S May 14.This of when they visited it that first Easter Despite adverse weather conditionsin
bond issue election I
(; legal at least Episcopal Church.
meeting will be in conjunction j[morning.: December and January when very '
: fifty-one per cent of the freeholders
who with the usual Kiwanis meet- i Requiem will be held at the Com- ) Approximately a hundred people low temperatures were decorded-
are qualified electors in the
school district must cast ( ing at the Inn and representativesfrom I munity Church here at ten o'clock attended the services and weather there was only a negligible loss in

I" This means that non-resident a property vote.- ,all organizations ,of the city, Saturday morning conducted by Fr. '!: conditions were'perfect for the serv- 'I cane tonnage. The effect of the

owners, unless they ,have retained I las I well as the members of the local S. D. Mason,' priest in charge of St.Martin's' : ice, the sun appearing over the lake :,cold was felt, however, by a reduc-

Clewiston as their voting committee are urged to be present. Episcopal Church of Clew- at 7:13. Four of the Protestant tion in the sugar yield of the cane.

'. "f residence, will not be permitted a Regional ,Director F. Irving Holmes iston. Burial services, will he held churches participated in the service j I Next season, Mr. Moran stated,

:' vote. I I, of Fort Myers will be present rs I in Woodlawn Cemetery, West Palm [[ with Rev. H. C. Meador, pastor of I there will be an increase in the

------- I will C. V. Parkinson, chairman of Beach. The Everglades Funeral the Baptist Church, leading the acreage available for the harvestbut
the Hendry County committee. Home of Pahokee is in charge of ar- singing Rev. T. J. Durrence: pastorof did not indicate how large an

Rep. Stewart Named ,On jAlthough} the drive does. not officially -f rangements. !II the Church of God, gave the expansion was planned.

Important Committee I open until May 14 to run I The following will act as pallbearers ;, Scripture readings and Rev. D. C.

through June 30, the accounting : Van Cothern, W. C. Nall, Hancock, pastor of the Community ; Addition To AssemblyOf
I toward quotas will 'include all bonds Arch Hodges, C. .1. Nielsen, Carl E. Church, pronounced the benediction.The I i

ys Rep. Elbert L. Stewart, Hendry, purchased between. April 9 and Johnson and Marion Lee.. Honorary various churches had serv- God Church In 'South

; county 'representative in the 1945 j July 7. I pallbearers are F. E. Conkling, G: ,ices appropriate to the Easter sea-

session of the 1945 legislature ; The "E" bond quota will be us-j B. Thomas, W. C. Owen, C. H. son at the regular service hours dur-]! Clewiston Completed

," which convened in Tallahassee Tues-I usually high ,in'this drive and an;1 Berner, C. V. Parkinson, F. Deane ing the day. I

day has been appointed chairman off especial effort will be made to sell 1. Duff J. E. Beardslev and U. Y.I I i -- ---
I I Rev. H. R; Bagwell, pastor or
the important banks and loans com these bonds of lower denominations) J Patterson, members of the American
I Blount and Ruett Assembly of God Church in South
f mittee. I to the individuals., The Legion Post. Y
quota for j
I Clewiston, stated this week that the
He has also been named a member I Hendry County has not as yet been I I He is survived by his wife, by one To Play SundayFor I '15 by 45 foot addition to the frontof

of the following' committees: Claims Hendry County has been set at $408-! son, Lt. G. M. Ford, Jr., aNazi his church, plans for which were

t', and state pensions, finance and tax 000, $78,000 of this being in "E" prisoner of war in Germany captured City CrownIn I started by him soon after his arrival -

;, ation, temperance, J public amusements bonds, Mr. Parkinson says \ I in June of 1943; three sisters, I" here, had been completed to

rules and calendar, railroads, ; Mrs H. Y, Legg of Miami, Mrs. P. I
it could be inI
4 the final round of the City the stage where put
telegraph and telephones. I High School Wins I H. Erie of Suffix, Va., Mrs. C. W. Championship golf tournament to be use. .

Bailey of Spartansburg, S. C., and I The addition is built at the front
played Sunday, the first flight contestants -
: Cadet Club To Have I Two Games Thursday one brother, F: W. Ford of Orange- Bob Ruett and Lynwood of the church, of concrete block

;' burg, S.: C. Blount, .will play for the 'title. In construction at a cost of about $1-

: Welcoming In Party I! The Clewiston High diamondba1 I other final matches A. J. Thielen 000. In the addition lias been put

... j i Lt. Davis Speaker in four Sunday School rooms which are
--:--- team defeated Belle Glade in a and E. E. Kelly will play the second -

:, A welcoming in party will be the..'j double header here Thursday afternoon I flight and Art Richardson, and so built that they can be used for
-: event of the Wednesday evening:i Frank Harben pitched one-j I At Kiwanis Meeting Father T. J. Reilly will play the|I overflow crowds in the main audi-

'I ;2 dance at the Cadet Club this Wednesday j hit ball in the first game to win 6 r third flight. :I I torium. A concrete porch has been

evening. All the young i to 0. O. Raymond Trice pitched the!' Lt. W. A. Davis Jr., who is now I Prizes will be awarded the winners -I built in front and a canopy will be

ladies of the town are urged to turn | second. Harbeu also got six hits on leave at his home bore after receiving in these matches. j I erected over this porch as soon as

out full force in order to make this during the two games two of them his commission in the U. S. Last Sunday's matches saw Tubby -'!' materials are available.

occasion an enjoyable and successful -I for the circuit. Johnny Sullivan Marine Corps at OCS in Quantico, Owens defeated by Lynwood! The addition has greatly improved -

f' one. also was credited with a home run. Va., last week. made a talk at the Blount and W. C. Owen defeated by] the appearance or -the church
Bob Ruett in the first flight Keene building and has also contributed
i j I weekly meeting of the Kiwanis Club ; j
Seaman 1-c Medford Dunawayleft I S-K 1-c N. R. Hager arrived Thursday -,: in, which he gave details of his boot Langhorne defeated by A. J. Thielen a marked increase in the attendanceat

this week after a week's leave I to spend a. ten day leave with training and his officer training.The and C. L. McLendon defeated by E. I i Sunday School, Rev. Bagwell

1. spent v'th his mother, Mrs.: G. 'M. Mrs. Hager and other relatives. Mr.. remainder of the program E. Kelly in the second flight; Bill ,. states. He savs that the church

Dunawav Mr. Dunaway is stationed -I Hager is stationed at Camp Perry I was taken up with group singingI Hallock defeated by Art Richardson -; school attendance now Is second

at Little Creek, Virginia. ,I Williamsburg, Virginia. I I I and round table discussions. in the third flight. (Continued on Page 8)



: get a damaged ship back into fight- I In their present duties at the sale thereof, numbered 1 to 450, both books of the County who are duly
E. MontgomeryAt : Philadelphia Yard traineesare inclusive and maturing in numerical qualified electors of Special Tax School
ing trim as quickly as possible.One Navy : order the 1st
on day of April of each District No. 7 In said County and who
Philadelphia of these is Elmar E. Montgomery putting to the best advantage year, are determined to be freeholders, and
I their civilian experience. After thsy $18,000 in 1946 to 1948 inc. who are also determined to be qualified -
motor machinist's mate, ,$19,000 in 1949'nnd 1950 electors in the_ election herein
:-Navy Yard first class (MOMM 1-c) of Clewiston, complete their training they will be $20,000 in 1951 and 1952, ordered. Such list shall be made up
$21,000 in 1953 and 1954 within five days before the date of
assigned to advance base repair facilities -
who entered the Navy in January, $22,000 in 1955 and 1956, holding the election and a certified '
1,000 officers 1944, when he saw that "I could use I 01'to repair ships. Their $23,000'' in 1957 and 1958 copy of such lint shall be furnished to t
More than and men $24,000' in 1959 and 1960. the Inspectors and Clerks of the elec-
primary job is to get crippled ships
Unit Program my trade to further the war effort. $25,000 in 1961, tion at each place where the votes are
cof the Navy's Ship Repair back into the fight. Most of them $26,000 in 1962, to be cast A certified copy of such
most of whom were skilled Prior to joining the Navy, Petty I hold petty officer ratings. $27.000 In 1963, -. list shall be filed and preserved .among
'tradesmen In civilian life, are re- Officer Montgomery was employedas $28,000 ,In 1964 'the records, of the Board.
Trainees at the Philadelphia Navy $32,000 in 1965, E. M. CORNETTE.
t .iTing special instruction at the an aircraft mechanic at Riddle Yard under the direction of Com- for the purpose of acquiring, build- Chairman of the Board of
ithidadelphia Navy Yard: in how to Field, Clewiston. ing, enlarging, furnishing and other- Public Instruction of
mander J. E. Jackson, USN, are wise Improving buildings and school Hendry County Florida
... grounds in said District as provided E. L. STALLiNGS,
------ - given both classroom instruction and
;tin the resolution of the Board of Pub- M. O. ALLEN
1I actual work in Navy Yard shops and IliC Instruction adopted on the 14th day Members of said Board.
aboard ships in the yard. March, 1945. Attest: -
The places of voting at said election C E. WEAVER, _
Training is given in a variety of I shall be the same as the usual places Secretary of said Board.
trades including carpentry, ship I for voting in said District at general Mar.: 16, 23, 30, April 6, 1945.
; | elections in Hendry County. The polls
Revival Services wright work; cabinet making; weld- will be open at said voting places on
ing; forging; sheet metal work; machine -I I the day of election from seven o'clock
I I A. It. to sundown of the same day.
shop work;' electrical work; Only the duly qualified electors of
pipe fitting; boiler making; copper- Special Tax School District ,No. 7 who GULF LIFE INSURANCE CO.
are freeholders will,Bo allowed to:vote.
l AT THEt.FirstBaptist smithing; molding; rigging and' sail The registration books will be open at --

i making, and a number of, specialist I the registering usual hours electors for for the said purpose special of G. N Nottingham, Agent

courses. election on each business day until five Box 6527
Church days prior the of the election.
i i&o 'HeO PUBLIC Clewieton Florid

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,' < : ._ 3., The
4 following persons are hereby '
: Florida appointed Inspectors and Clerks of
February 23, 1945NOTICE said election: i TAYLORSBROMO
; .' ;BEGINNING APRIL: 15th ,.;: .. Precinct One (1) Clewiston: (
.' Inspectors:
) :, 1\1 rs. Louise Hare I ASPIRIN
r ;( .' : NOTICE is hereby given that the Mrs G. B, Rackstraw .
." Trustees' of the Internal ImprovementFund Judson Francis. ,_. '
f : < 1, of the State of Florida will offer Clerk: Mrs Ruth Beardsley. i I Headaches Neuralgia
,. ;, for sale,.to be sold to the highest bid- Precinct Six (6) Hooker's Point:
1; \;' SERVICES DAILY 8:00 P. M. ...vdA y.\j der, at Tallahassee, Florida, at 11:00 I Inspectors: Common Colds
,"- ,,<, o'clock A. 'M. April 17th, '1945 the following Mrs. L. L. Lowe
': .'.," described land in Hendry Coun- Mrs J. E. DavidsonMrs. I
ty: I Jewel Hooker. -
EV2 of Section G, Township 44 Clerk: W. C. Hooker.
{ South, Range 32 East, 317 acres. I 4. The ballot to be used at said
THIS NOTICE is published in com-1 election shall be in substantially the 1' --
f Rev. Thad Entzminger pliance with Sections 270.07, 270.08 and following form: '.
: 270.09, Florida Statutes 1941. BALLOT Johnson's Fish CampNear il J
: EVANGELISTMack's The Trustees of the Internal Improvement Special Tax School District No. 7 I
Fund reserve the right to Hendry County, Florida I ( ; Hurricane Gate) -
reject any and all bids. Bond Election
BY ORDER of the Trustees of the April 17 ;1047 Clewiston, Fla.
1J Internal Improvement Fund of the Election for issuance of
State of Florida. $450,000 Boats and Motors-Guide Service
principal amount of bonds of Special I
'4 Mlllard F. Caldwell, Tax School District No.7, Hendry Rates Reasonable
Governor. County, Florida, as provided for in the W. H. Johnson, Mgr.
Attest: resolution of the Board of Public Instruction -
F. C. Elliot, Secretary of. Hendry County, Florida: ,
Trustees I. I. Fund. adopted March 14, 1945.

Store Mar. 16, 23, 30, April 6. 13. 1945. I I :H.N.N:.i.NON.::.i...:N.NON. .N:N:ti.N.N:N:N.N.NON.:NON. ...:..
i Drug For Bonds 1 II
:h rot; :
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SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 7 OK II EN- you are in favor of the issuance
of bonds, place an "X" mark in the t
Excellent Prescription Service DRY COUNTY FLORIDA, ON THE I
; I QUESTION OK ISSUING $4:'>0,000 OF: space "to the left of the words "For I:: PHONE 18 ::
., : I I BONDS .OK SAID DISTRICT. i I Bonds If you are not In Cavor'of ... .

: 4 I the mark issuance in the of bonds to the place left an of "the:C" I .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;
c space
7 A M 11 P M "fI-. I i BE IT RESOLVED CT TIlE BOARD I words "Against Bonds." 1
{: /;;:: OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OF HEX- 5. The Secretary of this Board is
I I DRY. COUNTY, FLORIDA: I hereby authorized and directed to have
; 1. An election is hereby ordered to printed on plain white paper 'a suf-
PHONE 20 be held In Special Tax School District I ficient number of aforesaid ballots and I
No. 7 of Hendry County, Florida, on i to furnish a sufficient number of such I Cut flowers for delivery here or
lJ't I I April 17th, 1945, to determine whetheror ballots to the Inspectors and Clerks of III anwhere'
not there shall be issued bonds of the election on or before the date and I for delivery in U. S.
I said District in the principal amountof the time for opening the polls for such by wire.
I $450,000 dated April 1, 1945, In the I election I
ur 'denomination of $1,000 each, bearing 6. The Supervisor of Registration MRS. J. _31. :FOUNTAIN
I interest payable semi-annually at such" of the County of Hendry is authorized
rate, not exceeding the legal rate, as and directed to make up and certify Day Phone 82 Night Phone 148-W:
( I shall be determined at the time of the I a list of the names of all qualified Ii Ir i Cf
sale thereof, the bonds to be numbered | electors appearing on- the registration J
1 to 450, inclusive, and to maturein 1 I II
T K WishGUARANTEED I numerical l 'order I ,
You on the 1st day of - -- -- -- ------
II April of each year, ':..:.:..: :;.:...:..:..:..:.:.:..:..:-..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-..:..:..: .:..:..:..:..:-:..:-: :....:..:..:-: :..:..:..:.;:..:..:.
I I ,$18,000 in 1946 to 1948, inc.
$19,000 in 1949 and 1950,
: $20,000 in 1951 and 1952 '
r $21.000 in 1953 and 1954; 'SEEDED, SEEDLESS, A FEW PINKGRAPEFRUIT
;; I I $22.000 in 1955 and 1956
$23,000 in 1957 and 1958,
$24,000 in 1959 and 1960, ,
'*Automotive Repair Service .::7j: I 1 $25,000$26,000 in in 1962 1961, '

: "A $27,000 in 1963. I

Machine Work i'--J':.k'" $32,000$28,000 in in 1964.1965. Now At The' Peak of Juice' and Quality
*- V. 2. The following notice of election
t : and Service ,::> > shall be published In The Clewiston $1.50 for 50 lb. sack

j Painting Body Repair ._, ..1{' .,', Clewiston I I Ij I i.-

j successive weeks prior to the date of '
Genuine Ford Repair PartsSEE I IJ I said election, the first publication to To Save :Next Year's Crop now picking re-
; be not less than thirty days prior to ,
said date:
;,;' I NOTICE Or ELECTIONThe maining juicy Valencia oranges.

Board of Public Instruction of $2.00 for 50 lb. sack.
Hendry County, Florida has ordered
a special election to be held in Special
HENDRY COUNTY -MOTORS Tax School District No.7, Hendry!
t County, Florida, on the. 17th day of BEARDSLEY FARM
April, 1945, for the purpose of determ- I
if Ford Sales and Service ining whether or not bonds of ,the I II .
f I District shall be issued in the aggregate -
Phones 266 -- .27R2
principal amount of $450.000, -
f PHONE 93 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA dated April I, 1945, in the denomination -
of $1,000 each, bearing interest
_I t I'payable seim-anmiilly at such rate as u
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Borrower Finds Rope IMPROVED Gems of Thought @ .

Has Many Possibilities UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL '
I INDUSTRY is a Christian obligation -nileAwhil .
A i
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of imposed on our race
An Oriental story teljs) a man SUNDAY .
the noblest
to develop energies,
who was asked to lend ''a rope to a [Lesson .
and insures the highest reward.E. .
His that he
neighbor. reply was
was in need of the rope himself just BY HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. I L. Magoon. Golden Silence Waylaid Charity

then. Of Released The Moody by Western Bible Institute,Newspaper of Chicago.Union. Quiet minds can not be perplexedor Mrs. Keefer-Emma, when you wait ."Lady, could you give me a

''-' "Shall you need it a long time?" frightened, but go on in fortuneor on the table, please don't spill anything. quarter to get me where my family -
asked the neighbor. misfortune at their own private New Maid-Don't worry Ma'am, I is?" asked the ragged caller.
like clock thunder'
pace a during talk much
., "I think I shall," replied the Lesson for April 8 storm.-Robert Louis Stevenson. never anyway. "Certainly, my boy, here is a

owner, "as I'm going to tie up Those who like everythingthey I \ quarter, and where is the family?" -
' Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected What good is will power whenyou're "At the movies."
sand with it.
; some and copyrighted by International have are happier than
on a bucking
"Tie up sand!" exclaimed the Council permission.of Religious Education: used by those"who have everything they .
I would-be borrower. "I don't see like. Easily Identified .
So Do Customer-Waitress what kind
They of pfois
how you can possibly do that with THE BOOK AND THE FAITH Lessons -hard to learn are this '
apple peach
Teacher-Izzy, do you know your or .
J: a rope! sweet to know.-Old Proverb. alphabet? Waitress-Well, what does it taste

r "Oh, you can do almost anything LESSON GOLDEN TEXT TEXT-The-Psalm word 1451017.: of the Lord The truest wisdom, in gen;. Izzy-Yes, Ma'am. like Customer? ...
imaginable with a rope when you eral is resolute deter -Glue.
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ndureth forever. Peter Teacher-What letter comes aft
::1:I don't want to lend iU"! was the re mination.-Napoleon. Waitress-Well then, that's the apple, .;
er "A"? the
ii peach tastes like 'puu .
!i ply. Christians are the people of one Izzy-All of 'em.

i, book-the Bible. They read and use .
--- -
I'. other books, but the book is God's
Word, and everything else must be '

in accord with its teaching. CHilD'S -

-- In this blessed Book they ,find the HOUSEHOLDINTS Grew .

only revelation of God's saving I
grace. Other attributes of God maybe 1 COLDS @

: really soothing because : found in the book of nature.

they're really : i There we find that God is powerful, Don't have small rugs near the

" .. .: medicated : orderly, wise, etc., but nowhere in Most young mothers use this modem head or front of the stairs where
Ii..." \.. nature is it written that God can way to relieve miseries of children's people might slip on them.
la save a man from his sin. We find colds. At bedtime they rub Vicks -.-
that only in the Bible, God's written VapoRub on throat; chest and back.
Before wall white
: : papering or
Grand relief starts as VapoRub...
Word it reveals Jesus Christ the
washing dark walls
Ii' cover spots on
Saviour who is the Living Word.I. PENETRATES to upper bronchial -
coat of shellac.
f tubes with its special medicinal with a '
j'cGuGH The Eternal Glory of God's vapors -.- A1'I.

\ Kingdom (vv. 10-13)). STIMULATES chest and back.surfaces To toughen glassware and lamp

oi LOZENGES The kingdom of God refers to His Often like by a warming morning poultice.most of the chimneys, place them in cold water

i : Millions use F & F Lozenges to : reign over, all things and beings, but misery of the cold is gone I Remember- add a little salt and boil for :

a : give their throat a 15 minute sooth : with special reference to those who ONLY VAPORUB Gives You this special ten minutes. Then cool' slowly.
: ing, comforting treatment that : are willingly subject to Him and double action. It's time-tested -.-
-: reaches all the way down. For : eager to live for His glory. home-proved. best-known home A teaspoon of castor oil or two

I ,' : coughs,throat irritations or hoarse- : Everything in God's creation is to remedy A a** tablespoons of olive oil placed .
: ness resulting from coldsorsmokin : .lifted in of that kingdom forre1ievVB S
DC up praise ing H&f\ about the roots of your ferns every
: soothe with F&F. Box $. :
only 10 All His works shall praise A PO RUB three months will the
..................-................... promote
Him. They reveal Him in part, but growth.
"The Grains Are Great Foods"KeUogg's
even that limited revelation is glorious. -

The man who cannot see God o To make strong fiat seams in "a 7we

Constipation in nature is indeed a dull clod. The SNAPPY FACTS dress you are sewing at home, Com Flakes bring you p

heavens declare His glory and the stitch them twice-once the width nearly all the protective food elements -
, earth shows forth His handiworkPs. Q ABOUT you want and again along the essential of the to whole human grain nutrition.declared

i is the cause of ( 19:1). I edge. This makes seams lie fiat,
Greater and more precious in and they seldom pull out.

7 God's sight is the praise of His WJriRUBBER -.-

: Much SufferingI saints. Dumb adoration is accept When pails, garbage cans and

able only from a dumb creation. We, other household containers beginto

His saints, are to speak His praise, rust out at the bottom you can CORN

,I toms for a long may time,cause but unless no symp-cor- to "bless" Him (v. 10). We are to There are two big "unknowns" in extend their life. Just make a z
rected will finally impair the health. spread abroad among all men (v. trying to anticipate the eventual bottom liner of wood or cardboardto
" Symptoms associated with advancing 12) the news of God's greatness and "balance of power" between natu- fit snugly. Calk against leakage FLAKES
j constipation are loss of appetite, goodness."His ral and synthetic rubberln! 'the opinion with ordinary calking paste. L
i[ heavily coated tongue, tired feeling of John L.'Col Iyer, President of
and mental depression. Headache kingdom is an everlasting
' ,
'I The B. F.,Goodrich Co. These
'! dizziness, anemia,.and skin disturbances kingdom," and thus it at once takes un-
I knowns are respective productioncosts
such as acne,are commonly ex-
its place as so superior to what men
perienced. In severe cases,-neuralgia. and the relative value of these
and joint pains occur. Indigestion, call kingdoms as hardly to be men- types of rubber different kindsof CALLING ALLEXPERIENCED
with gas formation and colic, and tioned in the same breath. There is products several years hence. i
11) piles and fissures frequently add to no limit to God's kingdom either in
the discomforts of chronic of
severe During the manufacture
its extent or its duration.II. .
cases. ,one variety of synthetic'rubber ._ SEAMEN
No matter how many other,medicines > The Abundant Provision ofGod'slVIercy
materials must be kept ;
have tried for
you may con- (vv. 14-16))
of.100 degrees
at'a ,
stipation, we urge you to try B-L
We all
: are completely dependenton below zero.
PREPARATION, with the under-
standing that B-L PREPARATION the mercies of God for everything '

I must bring you satisfactory resultsor that; we need for life-physical, men: Use of rayon has Improved the TO SEA !
your money back. Caution: Use tal, and spiritual.Consider performance of synthetic truck tiresas BACK
only as directed.-Adv. the food for the much as 375 percent compared
with tires made of cotton cord,some
God opens His bountiful hand and Industry authorities report.
I every living creature is providedwith
WHY QUINTUPLUS the food necessary for its sus IJihe Need

tenance. How this is accomplishedis
! do this for
always a mystery and a marvel to us,
! but God is able to do it. IS

I CHEST COLDS Centuries ago men were fearful

Q that the earth could not produce the 2..; < {: rx..: ; ;

To Promptly Relieve Coughing- enough food to keep the increasing High Command!
I Sore Throat and Aching Muscles population mankind alive, but God

Whenever the Quintuplets catch cold- sees' to that even when He has to do 43,000 experienced sea
their chests,throats and backs are rubbed
it in spite of man's waste and de- mennowworkinginshoreJo
with Musterole. Powerfully soothing-
ADMIRAL LANDs "Ships can't sail without
?,I Musterole not only promptly relieves struction. I are vitally needed experienced men-and we just don't have
coughs,sore throat,aching chest muscles However, life is not just material. back on ships-if our enough men for our expanding Merchant
due to colds-but ALSO helps break up Marine. If have Mate
There must be you ever
satisfying of man'sspiritual
fighting men are to get r"AB
congestion in upper bronchial tract, nose Engineer, Radio Officer ," yoursupplies ''
I and throat.W Wonderful grovm-ups,tool nature. He needs someoneto Y to finish the job 1 country needs you nowl" .
, save him from his own sinful
weakness, to deliver him from his
! Strengths sorrow and affliction. Who can do

i this but God? And He does it (seev. Up-Grading

...... ..- -. "
How does tie do iu Through the Is Fast
ministry of His Holy Word. Therein ,

I man finds salvation and satisfao

tion. The Bible is the light that say

Kam't shines -upon his way. It is his com Men Now at Sea
I fort in sorrow and his? strength in
1! rl temptation. It exhorts and,,encour- What are your chancesfor
ages, convicts and cures. -- advancement in a

III. The Saving: Power of God's shore job when the war L. O. WARREN, a Captain at 27, says: "I I
I Grace (vv. 17-19). ends? Read what this came up from Third Mate to Ship Master
, in three years because of the big opportunity .
The Lord, who "is nigh unto all seaman says and you'llget now in the Merchant Marine. I '
them that call upon him" (v. 18)), a hint of what the know,J'd: never have made that rate of :
i it is able to save because He is "righteous I Merchant Marine offers! progress in a shore job." I ,

I (( ; in all his ways and holy in "
" )) -- all his works" (v. 17). Only a just I I
1\\ m and holy God can deal with sin, and Your feeling of fatigue may bet "
Future IUNI
t 1 c..4if1. yet only a merciful God would pro- due to ConstipationYes

(:; .. vide redemption; but in our God ( constipation can steal your
''>. J mercy and truth meet (Ps. 115: 1; energy Take Nature's Remedy(NR IS Bright '
; Ps. 103). He is both "just and the Tablets Contains no chemicals, no ,
e -. justifier of him that believeth inJesus" minerals,no phenol derivatives. NR i ,
Tablets different-act different.
(Rom. 3:26). are I sayIndustry I II
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LIVESTOCK LAUGHS He it is who is near to all that 110 vegetable ingredients formulatedover I Leaders! I

"call upon him in truth" (v. 18), 50 years ago.Uncoated candy Government heads,large
\ At Cuts and Bruises and surely it is such a calling on the coated, their action is dependable, : shipping companies and ry :ttr
Lord which is in mind in Romans thorough, yet gentle, as millions of I ;
If you're a good, kind owner 10:13, where we read that "whosoever NR'a have proved. Get a 25i box union leaders agree that chant FRANK J.Marine TAYLOR Institute Pres., :American"With nearly Merthepostwarprospectsfor -
rt.F today. larger size.
andkeepDr.Porter'sAntiseptic shall call upon the name of the Caution: Take only as directed. the.Merchant Marine every country in the world to be rebuilt;
: Oil on hand In the barn alwaysfor Lord shall be saved." there is every reason to believe the Mer-
Ask NR TONGH7TOMORROW ALRIGHT exceed anything ever chant Marine will move into great era > ,.
emergency use. your Notice that God's
nearness, .His "
before known. expansion after the war.
veterinarian about it he'll salvation, and His fulfillment of the ALL-VEGETABLE LAXATIVE

tell you what an effective,wonderful desires of man are for those who "'To sign up with the Merchant Marine, report to your nearest
h help It is In promoting call on Him and who "fear Him"v. War Shipping Administration Office, your maritime union,
I : natural healing processes for ( 19). This is not 'a matter of U. S. Employment Service, or wire collect to Merchant Marine,
minor burns, saddle Washington, D. c
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magical use of a name, or an out NR TABLETS N2
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FOUR ." :FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1943--

The Clcwitton News Good luck- ..W-O- Nail and here's ter from him in which he said hed!!any other, white, man knew as much,I With headquarters in Los Angeles,.
hoping the Nips are 'finished 'and seen Tokio in flames on-='a recent, about their habits or thoughts as .California. and with 1141 representatives -
you'll be back home for good before mission aboard a B-29 on 'which he did he. He was known by them as I' throughout the United States,

Published every Friday In Clewlston, many: mo're months have passed. Is serving as a gunner. their "White Medicine Man" and he the movement is one through which
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS I II was always willing to do everything clergymen of all denominations have
tnc. A swell letter this week from M'\j. I Lt. W. A. Davis, jr., arrived home possible in, their behalf prior to the organized 'to oppose the stateism ,1
Dick Bestor who is now fighting the the latter part of last week for a government's taking control of re-'I trend which is considered to be. '
Entered as second class mall matter Heinies in Germany and we're pass- leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. servations a few years ago. pagan and anti-Christian.
1927, at the Post Office In i j'
February Clewiston,1 Florida, under the Act of ing it along to you in full: W. A. Davis. It has not been learned -'I A governing board consisting of'such
March 3, 1897. Dear Sirs: just how long he will be at home Rev. David Hancock men as Will Durant, Channing-
I'm little overdue in writing to nor where he expects to go at the Pollock
a Appointed Rep. For Alfred Noyes, Upton Close,
end of his leave He was graduatedlast
CARR SETTLE, Publisher you but if you will accept a "better Ely Culbertson, U. S. Senator AlbertW.
late than never" I would like to week from Officer Candidate Hawkes
Spiritual Ideals i Roger Babson and other
Subscription Hnte-f.2.50 Per Tear thank for the Clewiston News.It School at Quantico, Va., receiving js
you i leading figures serve in an advisoryway.
Advertising<< Rates On Application. has always come to me in good his commission as a Second Lieutenant .
shape and with pleasant regularity I with Uncle Sam's fighting Devil The Rev. David C. Hancock, of the I
Marines. At Kiwanis Clewiston Community Church has It is reported that more than two
despite numerous changes of ad Dogs, the U. S. I I ,
Devoted to the advancement and welfare my described been million American citizens have sub-
dress. I've enjoyed i it a great deal Club Wednesday night he newly appointed to serve as a!
of Clewiston and Henary County. scribed to the ideals of the Mobilization -
training he had in representative for the Mobilization!
and look forward to each issue's something of the .
arrival so that 'I may see what is boot camp and his training in OCS. for Spiritual Ideals, it was announced -! since its inception in 1934.

going on in Clewiston. Though I yesterday by Dr. James W. Fi-\
NATIONAL DITORIAL haven't been home since the fall of MORIJUS SABHATICUS field, Jr., national director of the

ISSOCIAT1ON 1943, it sounds like a beehive of activity movement. IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAIDf

there and as if everyone is Or Sunday Sickness, is a disease I

busy. peculiar to many people. The symp-

Saw Bob Patterson briefly shortly toms vary: but these are characteristic -

before the "Battle of the Bulge." :

..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:-:-:..;..:..:-;..;..... He looked well and fit though up to 1. It never interferes with the ap Surf Cottages
his knees in mud when I saw him. petite.
I've been unlucky and haven't run 2. It never lasts more than twelve

into any others from Clewiston hours. "
With though there are many: over here. 3. No physician is ever called.

However, I have seen quite a few 4. It always proves fatal in the

other soldiers with whom I went to end-to, the soul. 9 MILES NORTH OF PALM BEACH
Our the University.Have 5. It becoming fearfully pre-
JH Boys
followed "With Our Boys In valent, and is affecting hundreds HIGHWAY NO. 1 -
each .
The Service" closely and am proudof year.It

t in the what the Clewistonites have done comes on almost!:: every Sun-
in the war, whether in the Pacific day, no symptoms are felt on Sat-
|I: or the ETO, and am glad to see sev- urday night and the person often ."f "
1 eral of them make it back to the stays out late; the. patient sleeps Spend your vacation at'your local 1 beach resort.. One I

Service I' States for a well-deserved rest. well and wakes feeling well; eats a and two room efticiency cottages Hotel Rooms "
hearty breakfast, but about church
0 My own family has been visitingmy
time the attack comes on and con- Dining Room Cocktail Lounge. '
., Dad and Mother recently and
tinues until the services
from the mail it looks are over.
. . ................................... ....... of my Then the patient feels easier and is -
.................................... . .-.. .--.--. .1 like Florida has gained another admirer SUMMER SEASON STARTS JUNE 1.
able to eat hearty dinner. In the
I my wife, Fran, and she's a I
I afternoon he feels much better, is
opportunity yesterdayto i Californian, too.
We had an able to take a walk, read the Sun-
few minutes to War- With things have well, For Reservations
talk for a I me, gone day 'papers, listen to the radio, or
E. Nail who and chow and mail service
rant Officer i army keeps
take the drive. He eatsa
I family for a
winds up a couple of weeks leaveat I me healthy. The, outfit I'm in, TheI hearty supper and feels well Write 623 30tn Street Call 8940CLEWISTON
home today and leaves for Cali-I I Timberwolves, are a crack organization -
enough to take the family to visit
fornia for reassignment. Incidentally -i none better, and we have friends in the evening. He wakesup WEST PALM BEACH Q

Frances is accompanying him that I! spent some time slugging away at Monday morning feeling refreshed -
far and will remain with him on the the Krauts. And, I might add, have
I and able to go to work, and does
Coast until such time. as he is again done very well. It's not been without -
not have
any symptoms of the disease
sent overseas. j s II its cost, however, as no fight- until the following Sunday.
ing is, and we all hoping that
Campbell wasn't doing any talk- are Remedy: "Be not deceived, Godis
ing ,for publication and :we'll prom- out of it will come a better and not Mocked"
ise not to divulge any information more decent world in which to live. T
which might get him in, Dutch. How-I Or, if not, at least a United States
ever it doesn't take much talking to I I strong enough to keep itself a better S. Sgt. Vincent Oglesby INNLet's ,

Campbell to bring out that feeling'I place in which to live. '
Mechanic On P47A -r'
, of pride which, he has in the Sea- Please convey my best regards ,
; Bees. And every member' of this to everyone and'a "Hi" to Coburn '

great new branch of the Navy has ,Moore wherever he may be. NINTH AIR FORCE FIGHTER ""'- ,
"every. right to that,.pride.Joi\ it is a ., Sincerely, BOMBER 'BASE, France-Staff Ser- '
.:, common" saying that if a"Job is impossible -I //- DfCK "RESTOR.I geant Vincent J. Oglesby, son; of Dine :Tonight and Every Night"J

call in the Sea-Bees and < Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Oglesby of Clew- -'. r '.
they'll get it done. Many years will Friends here will be interested to iston, is mechanic and crew chiefon IN THE SPACIOUS DINING ROOM OF THE-! ''!1'
I elapse before the full story of what i learn ,of the birth of a daughter, Jo a P-47 Thunderbolt in the fam '
the Sea-Bees have done to set the : Ann Lt. "Thunder Bums" V3'
to and Mrs. Francis Wrightat ous fighter squadron ', .. '"- -,
Japs back on their heels will be told. Fort Benning, Ga. Lt. Wright of a Ninth Air Force fighter : ;%
Campbell was based' in New- Gui- made his home in Clewiston several bomber group which has been awarded ., -- ," '-',-:..._,;j-
nea until he came home but is expecting years with his parents, !\II'. and distinguished unit battle honors. ,-:: ; ;
to go now into the Philip-:I Mrs. F. !\Wright.. The 368th Fighter Group received :, -i-
i the "Presidential Citation" for : ,
pines. In fact his outfit had partly) .
moved before he came home. HP I Cpl. Radford Dunaway has been its action at Mons when American Buffet
Supper Sunday Nights
has no idea how long he will be on promoted to a Sergeant and' is now forces invaded Belgium on September ,.
the Coast until he is again sailing I in the Mariana\ Islands, probably 3, 1944. Discovering a mass

westward but hopes that it will be at Saipan. His mother, Mrs. G. M. retreat of enemy forces from Northern -I Special $1.50 6:30 to 8:00 P. M.
least six wee d. I Dunaway, recently received a let- France, "The 368th Fighter .

Group bombed and strafed in the Regular Weekly Lunches 75c and UpI
face of a withering barrage of anti- I
I aircraft and small aims fire. The

group destroyed 262 motor transport
, I and damaged 30, destroyed t330 I WHERE OLD FRIENDS GREET AND NEW ONES MEET

! CLOSE IN horse drawn vehicles and an unde-

I I nel.termined number N of enemy peison-I

.-.,.,...,., r.-r.,.,- -
"The group was further successful --

Muck Land For -Sale i ," the citation continues, "in

; seeking out strafing ,and bombing I
I defenses that were inpeding the
advances of our ground forces.

Seven missions were dispatched by Mirth pianosThe

Elder and Sawgrass, Some Virgin Soil the group that day to strike a stag-
gering blow to the enemy's armored

'. vehicles and motor transport, dis-
Depth 5 to 9 Feet rupting and battering the German
defenses. graceful, unique styling built into our fine
At that time commanded by Col-

Address Inquires to W-35 Clewiston NewsIF onel Gilbert L. Meyers, Milford, MirrApianos preserves their original rich, full, musical
Iowa, the group is now led by Lieu-
tenant Colonel Frank S. Perego, tones. The eye sees a small piano, but the ear hears that

Canandaigua, N. Y., who led the ....
I first AAF squadron to land on new sonorous musical tone that ispossible only with adequate

airfields in France shortly after the
string ,lengths and generous sounding board area.
invasion. During the recent reduction -
of the "Belgian Bulge" the
fighter bomber pilots of the 368th
The MirrApiano involves no compromise with toneor
YOU WISH THE group duplicated their feat at Mons,

by destroying and damaging 600 touch. The mirrored turret housing the pin plank and
enemy vehicles to highlight a ban-

FINEST FOOD ; ner day of the Ninth Air Force. tuning pin assembly becomes a traditional room expandingwall I
i I Sgt. Oglesby has been overseas
I for' more than 15 months, serving in decoration, rather than a part of, the piano. '
I France and Belgium since his group
j Try A Complete Dinner At established the first base in France

shortly after the Normandy invas- We do have a limited number of these fine Pianos
ion. He has received the blue rib'
i THE CANEBRAKE bon with the golden frame signify- available for immediate delivery. Also some nice, thor-

ing participation in the honors.
oughly reconditioned "shipped in" uprights.

j Stanley Hansen,

1 From $1.25 and Up Friend of Seminoles, ALL FULLY GUARANTEED TERMS IF DESIRED


, 9 TILL 11:30

i 1 eo'ntJ'aIjto rumor, the Canebrake Bar and Restaurant will Stanley Hansen, 61, a Florida Brubaker Music Company
be ''open the entire summer and will maintain the same service pioneer and a friend of and authority -
! always: rendered'In the past. on, the Florida Seminole

Indian, died Wednesday in the Lee 206-08 Datura St. Phone 3175
\i AIR CONDITIONED Memorial; Hospital in Fort Myers
after a short illness. WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.PAGE .

lIe lived among the Indians for
many years and it is doubted that I


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Mrs. Ramon J. McLeod visited in Miss Julie Savino and Miss Mona C. Woodward, Mrs. Earl K. Buzza j[ Anita Smith, Donna Gail Martin, I rI ,

Miami last week. Mancuso, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Royal Coates, Mrs. H. C. Jones, j!Marjorie Brown, Sue Cornette and FOR SALE: 15 volume
I Lou Mancuso, visited in Miami on Mrs E. E. Kelly, Mrs. O. A. Jones, {{ George Ann Suggs. >

Mrs. Roscoe Brinton returned this last Saturday.Mr. Mrs B. M. Hundtermark, Mrs. ]! Alfred Meador won the prize for I Standard American En.

week from a two weeks' visit, in Frank Mueller, Mrs. John Randolph finding prize egg in the older

'.I Inglewood. and Mrs. James Harris and and Miss Laura Matteson. || group. Sara Beth Sikes won prize 'cyclopedia, $12.50. 310

t. '" family, and Miss Freda Bartett A refreshing drink was served 1! for finding prize egg in smaller W. Ventura Ave. 1
I Bill Salts and J. B. Kurtman left spent the week-end in LaBelle visit- I during the games; following the group. Windsor Meador and John Itp

J Sunday for a visit in Henderson- ing relatives. games, the guests enjoyed refresh- Terry found the most eggs in the

1 ville, North Carolina. ments of chicken salad and coffee j! the two groups. j
''I I Miss Ruth Conley and Private in the beautifully decorated dining '
''I Cola and cookies were served to : FOR SALT: One house
: J. E. Beardsley was a business Samuel Mitchell were the week-end j
I room Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. W. E. Boll | .
visitor yesterday inVest Palm .'guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rogers
and lot. A. Brewer N.
l ton; Mrs. LeRoy Anderson, 1Irs.V.. I ,
Beach. of Pahokee. :MRS: rOCKRILL: IIOXOItRD WITH
J. Hobison, Mrs. Ella Jones, Mrs.
-- ltp
\ r --- I Watson. Mrs. Mary Smith assisted
Mrs. E. W. Durst had as her Easter Mr.and 1lrs.V.. M. Redelsheirn- Mrs. Jones. t :

Ii week-end guests Mrs., G. H. Hunt er and daughter, Patty, have been Mrs. John T. Cockrill, the former j

and Mrs,. Joe' :Mills-, of Miami.a Downs the guests.this of week.Mr. and Mrs.. C. L...... honored Miss Rhunellc Monday evening McGehee, at, :was the I A TRIBUTE IX MEMORIAM |LOST: No. 4 ration

Miss Edythe Nell Cornette left Sugarland Recreation Hall, with a II I i j! to 1 I books belonging to Ethel
-- laet Sunday for a visit with friends Mr. and 11rs.V.. C. Owen and miscellaneous bridal shower by Mrs. I!I I y MR. G.1.. FORD

I t J.% in _Columbia, S. Car. Mr. and Mrs. Royal Coats were M. M. Prewitt. Mrs. Prewitt, assisted Clewiston, Fla. I Lee and.Betty Jean Cros-

business visitors inVest PalmBeacli by Mrs. J. A. McGehee, Jr., I.
1 "
Monday.Following Deceased April 1945: Rt. 1 1" Box 121-E.
lIrE'V., C Webb of Ray City, on and Mrs. Ivan' Van Horn of Belle I by. .

Georgia, was the guest of Mr.' and Glade, carried out a color scheme of i
: a honeymoon spent in I In loving tribute to a man ftp
Mrs.. J. L. McDaniel last week.E. red and white in the bride's bowl,
West Palm Beach, Mr.' and Mrs. Bill flowers and other decorations. Of character and inspiration; "
Vidas returned to Clewiston this A friend whom all could understandIn
i Out-of-town guests Mrs. N.
J. Smith and F. E. Hunziker I were -
week. J. Jackson, Fort Myers Mrs. every way, in every station.
%were week-end business visitors jn; I
West Palm Beach. Shackleford, Fort Lauderdale; Miss -K JOHN H. MALOY JR. .
Mrs. Richard Yoder returned Wed- I Pat Ryan, Detroit; Mrs. Phillip You moved among a crowd of folksIn Federal Tax Consultant

nesday from a visit of several weeks your sincere jolly ,
Straker, Fort Lauderdale; Mrs way- Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston ;
.. Mrs. Robert Rainey was a busi- f with her parents, Mr. and, Mrs M. John Matthews, Fort Lauderdale; j Laughing, telling wholesome jokes; .. :
ness visitor Saturday in: West Palm I April 2-: .f-.6-7:
A. Bauer, Frankfort. Ind. Mrs. Jack Joiner, Pompano; Mrs Greeting each newborn day.

Beach. Lou Place, Miami, and Mrs. Phillip I Assisting on Social Security and"Withholding

W-O and Mrs. Campbell Nail are Suther, West Palm Beach. A loval father husband friend Taxes :

Miss Grace Akin. and George Nottingham leaving this afternoon for San Fran- Other guests were Miss Margaret )I A radiant spirit, trusting, fair;

". were visitors in Fort cisco where W-O ,Nall will await re Von A man who never would offend, r
Mach, Miss Renee Wethingtou, 1
Myers this past weekend.M. assignment with the Navy Sea-Bees. Miss Julia For you were too noble, fine and
I Anne Oglesby, Mrs. J. A.
McGehee, Sr., Mrs. Jessie Oglesby, square. BOOKKEEPING SERVICE
H. Brewer of West Palm Beach Mrs. S. M. Burgner of Lake Worthis Mrs. Noel Ellis, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson -

was a business visitor here Wednes spending several weeks with her Mrs. M. A. Bigg, Mrs. E. Kelly, Tho' you are gone, you'll ever be Systems; -'Jnpen'isioii Reports
day. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. M. Mrs. i A symbol of all that is true; :Financial StatementsFor
... Carl Johnson, Mrs. Charles '
'ii --- Pirkle.Mr. We'll treasure every memory, Details WriteC.
Lovvorn Mrs. .
R. Wilson, Mrs. E. L.
:; Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Garrett and i Stewart, Mrs. W C. Owen, Mrs. Of ,our dear POP. O. CR.-\ IEn.

':', Mrs. W, P. Conley spent Saturdayin and Mrs. John G. McKay, Sr., Sidney. Crochet, Mrs. Arthur Bong, God Bless You. I Box 1317 Clewistou
! West Palm Beach. i and DIr and Mrs. John G. McKay.
Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. H. T
Jr., of Miami, were visitors her last Laura Maxine Matteson, P.. N.
: Vaughn, Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Sr., I 1
1 ,week-end and attended the gradua-
; Following a week's stay at Palm I I Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Jr., Mrs. J; F. ,
tion of Class 22 at Riddle Field
on --- -
Beach, R. L. Richardson and Mr. Saturday. Tippey, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. I ,_.

and Mrs. J. D. Leftwich, Jr., returned W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, F. '!
; to Clewiston last Saturday.: Mrs. Richard Bestor, Mrs. Eugene I
-- Miss Marianne Jones spent Easter Powers, Mrs. Mary Baker, Mrs. G, r THRW1Shoppen !

::; Mr. and }Mrs. I. S. Bell, Sr., Mrs. week-end visiting her parents, Mr. M. Ford, Mrs. Foster Crampton, I
and Mrs. O. A. Jones. Miss
; N. R. Hager and Mrs. L. A. Wolff Jonesis Mrs. G. Small, Mrs. B. A. Bourne

..;", J. R. Deadwyler inVest Palm Women Tallahassee. Prewitt was assisted in the I mot itIacnol ..Ilair stnq..lura

I s ;.:, Beach. I receiving line by Mrs. Sue Cockrill I I. UWfr*?
f. : Richard Pape and Horace Brown I I and Mrs. J. A.: McGehee, Jr. I.I
x I !left Wednesday for Miami to begintheir I.j I

I enlistment in the U. S.' Navy. MRS. JONES ,GIVES j fON HtY' ,:PAYMERL 1J.H

1f They are expecting to leave "at once EASTER: EGG HUNT

'for training at Bainbridge, Mary.; I

land. Mrs. H. C. Jones gave an Easter I

--- egg hunt on the lawn of her homeon I
.. :
'. Gaylor-Richaud Saturday afternoon, last. Guests! I

I I .1 DAILY MVTI\II,:-:t-4.i .t'. M. were John Perry, Alfred and Windsor i

;.i*,, v :\ 111'1'H I'. )1. I Meador, Mickey Mooney, Donald : FORT MYERS FLORID!
,;, SAT. .\: .SIN.. CU '1'NOl1S; Mr. and Mrs, A. J. _
c. .. 2: ..: :. .1 P. JI.I Richaud an- Stiles, Bob Tallbush, Sally -
I" nounce the marriage of their daughter II Comack, Lynn Vaughn, Dink Pre-
WEEK XIXI'IIIL.8 Miss Gladys Putnal Richaud, to -- ,... ---
I Pfc. John Christian Gaylor, Jr. .
SLV. & )101: 'HIl" 8 & 0 The ceremony, performed by the ,

Rev H. C. Meador, was performed ''ANTHONY'S'

GiJO'Ofd'"",,,of I :. I at the home of the bride's parents

;. ".'.".. "1.ovjpf0" on Monday evening with only the

: )EANETIE 1McOtll4 immediate members of the family attending I ,

ORSON WEUESMAWINf Private Gaylor, formerly :,'r"t'., .' ,
-Nrf Wo#4.e S1 '' ,n '1 .< "' ,. ',
I z- : :ro' 4ry.:'" '
of :
q CXETiKH> 'I Mississippi, is stationed : : >t" ,
KNAHSHOEDONAIDOCONNO at the Prisoner of War De- 1

II a PEGGv IVAN I tachment., The couple_ will make : : '
I w.C.REIDS.nrta Ii their :1:: SPORT SHIRT'S'h.
,.",. '. n..AN home in Clewiston.ShuylerHoperich. ; .
GtOtGt lUTl I A11UqvU.AZ 'IJ' ..'.SlST fISI : '
I I CkR ,., .rbi ,: t <:/ }i.
: ::
>ii; \' and :-. '' 4;,1ifi!
&H pCI' '
l< I : ',.
3r (yC fEWel The recent marriage of Miss ; ..' ,:,:,, _. _' :. :. f fI
r: &feLATEST tl : Avilla Hoperich and Pfc. W. A .
SL.I0 I '
; : .
';: iEGIS 100MEY ....... I. Shuyler, U. S., Army, was announced I &{- BENGALITA SLACKS
I(; IE this week. The marriage took place I / ; .

t: "WOULD XEWS I I'on February 17th in Temple, Texas. .. ?\ '
Mrs. Shuyler, is the daughter of .*. M
We have an ideal combination in these two unusual l
f TUES. & WED., 'APRIL 10 & 11 Mrs. H. G. Olsen. of Jacksonville, '. *. > '

b', (DOUBLE FEATURE) I and Pvt. Shuyler is the son of Mr. >' i;.. items for Florida summer comfort. ,;

and Mrs. G. L. Shuyler of DeFuniak 1' '
"The Last Ride"with 'il
Springs, Florida. Pvt. ,
Shuyler is a '
'': former resident of Clewiston, and ':.1 ;\ The sport shirts are very outstanding as to style and p ,

. .
Eleanor Parker Richard Travis was employed by the United States "1 fit and from both short
;:, ;.: are priced $2.00 to $10.95 in
' Sugar Corporation prior to his en- .
"Babes On Swing St." and sleeve We believe will be thrilled
tering the service. :/ ;t, long styles. you
-WtfflPEGGY l I| Mrs. Shuyler returned to Clewis- '
with the wide selection of and
;;r. RYAN ton on Friday of last week and resumed '
; I her position with the Clewis- <. ; ?; wool blends and cottons. .,,
THURS.:; & 'Fur.I"IUf" 12 & ISLATCST : I I, ton Beauty Shoppe.; Pvt. Shuyler. : ,RYA; ', r<
at present at Fort Orr, Calif., await- "

ing overseas assignment. .,'i1';'. .,.:' We just received another shipment of the Bengalita -

riMadh slacks we've been about. Sizes "
:MRS.VM.: : E. JJOLTOX >." raving are complete

ENTERTAINS AT INN ".;\.' : now from 28 to 44 waist. You can choose from ,':' '

s ,' ; colors all at one price $6.95.
1f D+ ch11 Mrs. William E. Bolton entertained / many '
A" Thursday afternoon at the Clew- "<\
Inn with bridge and Michigan.
.} t Make Anthony's headquarters
Winners at bridge were Mrs. T. M. .. your _
i ' AVORTJNEWS McIntyre, first; Mrs. Eugene Powers ; ';o "
;'\": ': when in town .. .,
second: Mrs. J. W. Ezell,?, '
third; and Mrs. Judson Francis, low. \ ;; ; '
Michigan winners were Mrs. M. W. ;

t- Bigg, high, Mrs. C. M. Pirkle, low, :: ,-, ': ;-:'

and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, cut. .!, .
4'7ERYi1LDRIG'(7 C? (
Others enjoying tho delightful oc-
casion were Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs.

,.i : # W. P. Vaughn, Mrs. R. C. Wilson,

u. Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mrs. G. Pitzen,

ff) # Mrs. R. M. Bishop, Mrs. H. A. Bes-
lIP @f$ tor1, Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs. G. B.

Rackstraw, Mrs.. Wreal Lott, Mrs.
AI.o Cartoon
G. E. Etherton, Mrs. J. E. Beards- 312 Clematis Street West Palm Beach
i'BAT MAX" Xo. 10flIELV ley, Mrs. Foster Crampton, Mrs. N.

V S. Mumford, Mrs. F. Deane Duff,
Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. Richard

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Spiders Among THE! CHEERFUL GRUBe* A SK lit E 3

Swiftest of the Swift ...- .i___ ?? 7 A quiz with answers offering ?

I I cxivt keep with 1
vp i A NO TIlER information on various subjects ?
During an experiment some styles i 1"Art .

time ago a spider was timed to And Poe.sys e'&rkdt.ring3" C\o.MMM('.0('.0('.0('.0('.0('.0('.0('.0('.0('.0('.0('.0('.0 ('.0('.0('.0('.0,...,-..._- .-........-......-.....-......-......-...M Mhh M h._-.._-?

walk a hundred times its own I do dmire. cultured The Questions 6..What does the abbreviation
length in a second. By comparison -
folks "ign" mean? ;
a man would have to travelat 1. What two brothers ,
signed the -
400 miles an hour to equal this? They know 50 mU\y Declaration of '
Released by Western Newspaper Union. Independence? The Answers .
Some birds, especially the diving Iittlthing' 2. How old was Joan of Arc

varieties, can touch terrific WHAT GOVERNMENT IS .'1 clI\",!: when she led the French army to 1. Richard and Francis Lee 'of

speeds. The average speed a man COSTING U. S. TAXPAYERS the relief of Orleans? Virginia. ;

reaches when diving from a heightof WHEN WE, AS A PEOPLE, had r.J 3. Who started the construc- 2. Seventeen
about 60 feet is 40 miles an settled all the bills for World War I 0 years.
tion of the Panama canal in 1879? 3. The
the had national indebtedness started the construction ,
hour, whereas loon, a diving we a .
bird, surprised by the flash of a just 29 billion dollars. In 1921 we began I 4. Who, according to legend, of the canal in 1879.
helped the Swiss gain their in- 4. William Tell.
and con-
dive before the shot whittling that down,
gun, can
after the en- dependence by killing Gessler, 5. Seven pride, covetousness
reaches it. One, naturalist stated tinued to do so even the ,
that he had timed birds to dive actment of a reduced tax rate in 5.tyrant How ? sins lust, anger, gluttony, envy and
are named sloth.
many as
under water before the pellets 1926. By 1931 that debt had been re- .
"deadly sins"? -
from a gun peppered the surface. duced to about 17 billions. WNU Features. 6. Unknown (ignotus).

For the past 14 years, includingthe

last year of the Hoover adminis- I II

tration, we have had deficit govern- CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT, Quaint Garden for I I

NONE MORE St.JosephASPIRIN ment financing, spending more thanwe I
received. By 1940 that national Your Bed Linens

DEPENDABLE I i WORLD LARGEST SELLER AT lot indebtedness had again increasedto II

nearly 50 billion dollars, and then,

a' year later came the war. FARM IMPLEMENTSGARDEN

With the opening of World WarII .
the CULTIVATOR Tractors made JV
congress began increasing from odd parts. Simple easy plans to go -
federal tax burden. The amount col-. by. Plans and Instructions Sl.OO. E. Me- Duo yr
Bladder Irritations! ANINCII FARM SHOP, Morrlce. Michigan.MOROK o
lected each year has jumped from

Famous doctor's discovery acts on the some 5 billions up to more than 40

: kidneys to increase urine and relieve billions of dollars, but the extra &Lq (J.aJL tB.ontlLand.

taxes, heavy as they seem, have =
painful bladder irritations caused ,..
paid only about 61 per cent of the ( :
by excess acidity in the urine war cost. llljL 'A,1

'There is no need now to suffer unnecessary The civilian activities of the fed- -
distress and discomfort from backache i O .
have continuedto 1 1I
eral government ,
bladder irritation and run-down fecKngr v
due to excess acidity in your urine- take cost more each year than the '
the famous doctor's discovery- DR.KILMER'S Withoutthe HAIR
would .
SWAMP ROOT. For Swamp prewar taxes pay.
Root acts fast on the kidneys to increasethe war costs, and with only pre- I TONICLARGE
flow of urine and relieve excess acidity. ) d
with which to our V
Originally discovered by a well-known war taxes pay, BOTTLE-$
physician Swamp Root is a carefully national debt would now be well x
blended combination of 16 herbs, roots, costs .
60 billions. With war
vegetables, balsams and other natural in- over
gredients. It's not harsh or habitformingin added, and despite the doublingand
any way-just good ingredients that tripling of federal taxes, our national WHEN PRISCILlAjHE PURITAN
help you feel worlds better fast!
Send for free, prepaid sample TODAY! indebtedness has grown, up 7.102 MAID, HEARD MILES STANDISH'S
Like thousands of others you'll be glad to November: 30, 1944, to the enor-' PROPOSAL FROM JOHN ALDEN
that you did. Send name and address to
Department E, Kilmer & Co., Inc., Box mous sum of $216,537,000,000. To SHE ASKED,"WHY DONT YOU
1255, Stamford, Conn. Offer limited. Sendat that must be added better than 4 s SPEAK FOR YOURSELFJOHN
once.All druggists sell Swamp Root.
billions of debts of the various government

sponsored corporations.For '
the fiscal year ending Vr r y l THIS -
June 30, 1945, congress has appropriated -

$99,769,000,000, but it Comes in FOR HFRSELF

seems possible that only some ON THE.FAMOUS

85 billions will be spent becauseof NU-MAID CARTON.

e lagging war' contracts, but by mighty handy! AN OLD-FASHIONED garden, SHE SYMBOLIZES ,

that time the national debt will quaint and charming, blooms PURE,SWEET NU-MAID. "17 -

be very close to 300 billion dol I wouldn't be without it a day in natural colors on sheet and pillow THE ONLY MARGARINE
get it off the shelf for
lars. To interest on that everything CERTIFIED BY ITS
from Dad's head-cold stuffiness and cases. Worked mainly in lazy- :
will cost us collectively better Granny's neuralgic headaches to daisy stitch. MAKER TO BE

than $3,750,000,000.It little Jim's chapped hands and 'TABLEGRADE''The'
Do suffer scraped knees. It's a real family'' You can,have "story book" bed,linens.
you all means that we Americanshave friend I In jars and handy tubes,;30t. Pattern 7102 has transfer of one 63,4 by
from placed a mortgage on our collective 20V2, two 5'A by 15-Inch motifs; edging
MONTHLY.a wealth, a mortgage that by Instruction.
June 30 will amount to just about mellow, churned-fresh flavor of *"
NERVOUS TENSION NU-MAID is preferred for table'
Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept. use
300 billion dollars. That mortgagecovers t
.564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, HI. by"millions of housewives. It's a'favoril*

f.+ with its weak, tired feelings? our homes, farms, livestock, Enclose 16 cents for Pattern'No for 'cooking
If functional periodic .disturbances bank deposits, insurance policies, 1 tsId and season
make you feel nervous, tired, restlessat merchandise, factories, mines, for- How' Folks v 1i Ing, fool!'
such times-try this great medicine Sluggish
ests, everything that has a value. Name vs s?
-Lydia E. PInkham's Vegetable Compound -
to relieve such symptoms.Taken To each of us as indivduals it
regularly-it helps build up resistance means a mortgage amounting to a Ge Happy Relief Address
against such distress. Also a grand
trifle than for each
Stomachic tonic.Follow label directions. more $2,300

/I..J' /D.ll _,.,' VEGETABLE man, woman and child. For the Talk by Hand and TongueAs
d..f'I..V COMPOUND average family of five it is more

than $11,500. On it each individualpays 'a large number of words in

on an average, just about the Japanese language are pro-
$29 each year, $145 each year for nounced alike but have widely dif- 1

each family of five. ferent meanings, a speaker, when

The consumers of America, of using one of them, often has to

A Soothing e A LV r which all of us are a part, must write the ideograph of the wordin

ANTISEPTIC I:!;. pay the principal and interestin the air with his finger to make

Used: by thousands with satisfactory results the form of taxes. We pay himself fully understood.
for 40 years-six valuable ingredients. J
Get Carboil at drug stores or write with each loaf of bread or poundof
Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Tenn. meat, with each farm imple- WHEN CONSTIPATION makes you feel

ment suit other garment. punk as the dickens,brings on stomach PEPPER! Yes, we have It! Generous -
or or
upset, sour taste, gassy discomfort, sized box Includes
Every necessity or luxury we take Dr. Caldwell's famous medicineto attractive class shaker as premium.
buy has included in the pricewe quickly pull the.trigger on lazy "in- Postpaid, 100.

pay a portion of that princi- nards", and help you feel bright and BOBBY PINS! High quality
chipper again. spring steel. Buy
1 1 pal: and interest. At the best we DR. CALDWELL'S is the wonderful sen- a supply while they last. Ten cards

s can do it will mean continuingto na laxative contained in good old Syrup postpaid 100.

1 1L pay for close to 100 of the Pepsin to make it so easy to tAke.MAN' Sikorhumanhair.
1 r future years. The men who DOCTORS use pepsin prepara- Regular 25c quality WED.-THURS.-FRI.-SAT.
; four nets, postpaid 100.
fought to preserve our freedom, tions in prescriptions to make the medi- 7:15 a. m.(CWT): 8:15: a.m. (EWT)
cine more palatable and agreeable to
and their children will pay BABY PANTS! waterproof; an- SUNDAY
take. So be
.IFSOVATC. sure your laxative is con- swers a worried 8:15: a.m.(CWT): 9:15 a.m. (EWT)
just as will those of us who wereon tained in Syrup Pepsin. mother's prayer. 50c quality; two
.... OUTThe pairs, postpaid, $1.00. Your favorite CBS Station
the home front. INSIST ON DR. CALDWELL'S-the favorite -
We can be thankful to every of millions for SO years, and feel
Send order add lOc
medical profession knows that money currency;
that wholesome relief
from constipation. -
though a person may be cured of com member of congress who votes Even finicky children love it. to checksor exchange /

mon malaria they may have it comeback against the spending of any unnecessary CAUTION: Use only as directed. GENERAL PRODUCTS CO. Albany, Ga. 1 I 1
on them. So, if you are once more
feeling tired run down have pains in dollar in the conductof
back and legs, feel weak and bilhous, no the government.
appetite and nervous-though chills and WDVELL'SSENNA
lever haven't struck' you yet and you .1
have common malaria-it doesn't pay to A LESSON IN .
take any chances. Try a bottle of Oxi- .
., -
dme. Oxidine is made to combat malaria. ,,
you iron to help creation of red OPA GAVE THE THRIFTY a lesson -
five cells. If the first bottle doesn't in the operation of inflation as CONTAINED'SYRUP PEPSIN package contains a combination of minerals produced
satisfy you your money will be returned. \ and compounded by Nature'alone, with no artificial Ingredients -
Oxidme has been used,for over 50 years. it affects ,money and ration points. nor man-made drugs. When you mix it with your
Get a bottle today'at your drug store. Those who had carefully saved drinking water, according to directions and drink Crazy
points who had lived on stews and \ Water day after day, you join millions who have attackedthe .
; ?
W/uS cause of their troubles. Gently but surely Crazy Water
neck bones or other cheap cuts off, stimulates three main cleansing .channels-kidney, skin I
unrationed meats; who had raised fOI MIIOI ACRES AID PAIlS IF IlJ 8 and intestinal elimination. Crazy Water brings positive
benefits in faulty elimination, the cause and aggravating
their own vegetables that theymight' :, RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO \ ,r ,factor'of rheumatic pains digestive orders, constipation,
t 9 ', have the wherewith for the 4.t excess acidity, etc. Get a package of Crazy Water Crystalsat
drug store today.
canned varieties to go with that luscious .. i.; your

grade A ribbed roast they had Cwry

saved for and were anticipating, and t "

A favorite household antiseptic dress- then the points they had so carefully i
ing and liniment for 98 year -Hanford'i saved were as worthless as German
BALSAM OF MYRRH It contains inflated marks. What happened to
soothing gums to relieve the soreness and
ache of over-used and strained muscles. our thriftily saved points could hap-
and itch of to saved dollars should Large Bottleli ctu unum)'!?-Small Size 60c CilL ?LQcL 3itc/um
Takes the sting out burns pen our we Saul : J.abL *
bites oak and
scalds insect ivy poisoning have the kind of inflation from which
wind and sun burn, chafing and IT Ul CODa DROC TOUS ir IT Bill u nceipl il price
r chapped skin. Its antiseptic action lessens China i ds suffering. Those hoarded Melt!!. IRIS CO. Inc. jmSOIIIllt <. FLORIDA

the danger of infection whenever the dollars, upon which we have

akin is cut or broken. counted, would be worth no more
Keep a bottle handy for the minor WNU-7 12- 45
casualties of kitchen and nursery. At than the ration points the marketman
your druggist-trial size bottle 35ft tore out of our books and threwin
household size 651\ economy sizo 125. j the waste paper pile. The govern- AT FIRST S PRAWNS AND S RA NS
a c. HANFORD MFG.CO.. Syracuse N.Y. 51GHOFA \I
Sale makers of ment promises us protection for our .

dollar values by preventing infla- 0 I II ,,? \Muscular\ Aches and Pains ''Stiff Joints BruisesLowly
tion. OPA promised that any saved

: fs ration points would always be good

fi) 1J lqribrt : and expendable at full value at any use666 f'---

time, but OPA reneged on thatpromise.

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APRIL 6, 1945

,--- able. Information .only. except one which is noted. Let every. ) of which will be as follows: prescribing the powers and duties -
Fiduciary-Returns due and one- one make a special effort to attend An Act to create Ritta Drainage of 'said Board; authorizing the
Your Federal District in Palm Beach and Hen- construction and installation of
I. fourth of tax payable for fiscal year and help bring a greater blessing to dry Counties, Florida, comprising water control works and improve
ended January 31, 1945. Onefourthof our community.The substantially the following lands: ments in said District; providing
South Half (SV ) of Sections One for the levy, assessment and col-
Tax Calendar I tax payable for fiscal years ended W. M. S. business and pro- (1) and Two (2) and all of Sec- lection of taxes and assessmentsupon
' April 30, July 31 and October 31, gram meeting will begin at the tions Eleven (11), Twelve (12), the lands within said Dis-
Thirteen (13) and Fourteen
: (14) trict: providing procedure for the
1944. Fiduciary returns are taxable. church at 3:30 p. m. Tuesday. All in Township Forty-four (44) South, enforcement of such taxes and
, (John H. Maloy, Jr., Federal:. Tax Exempt CorporationsInformationreturns ladies are requested to be present.The Range Thirty-four (34) East, Hen- providing for the sale of any lands
. Consultant, Contributing Editor) dry' County Florida,, and South acquired by.the Board by reasonof
. I on form 990 due from cer- auxiliaries of the W. M. S.l, Half (S ,:) of Section Two (2) lying non-payment of taxes, or other-
; tain exempt corporations with accounting meet as follows: Sunbeams at the 1' west' of the center line of the wise; creating certain funds for
" Miami Canal, and South Half (S%) the monies of the District and pro
APRIL 10th. Withholding tax. periods ended November church Wednesday, 3:30 p. m. TheG. of Sections Three (3), .Four (4). viding for what purposes such
l Taxes withheld from wages during 30, 1944. A.'s at the church Wednesday, Five (5) and Six (6) and all of funds may be expended: authorizing
Sections Seven (7), Eight (8), Nine the Board of Supervisors of
March, 1945, if more than $100.00 April 30. Old Age Benefits Tax. 3:45 p. m. R. A.'s at the church (9), Ten (10) and Eighteen (18) said District to borrow money and
; payable to an authorized depositary: Social Security Taxes on Form 'SS-1A Thursday, 7:30 p. mOn and a triangular Tract running to issue bonds and providing pro
from no width on the west side cedure therefor
> Employer: however at his election due and payable.Unemployment. Friday, 13th, the church will to 80 feet wide on the east side of dure for the holding; providing, of a proce-bond
( ..; :anay pay the same' to Collector at TaxesOnefourth have a barbecue and picnic at the the East Half (E%) of Section 15, election, or elections in said Dis-
and the North 80 feet of that partof trict; providing' for the election ofa
f Jacksonville on or before April' 30. of 1944 tax payable if employer church beginning at 7 p. m .. All Section Fourteen (14) and. all President of the Board of Super-
;\ April 16th. Corporate income"and elected to pay in quarterly install- members of the church are cordially that part of Section Eleven (11) visors and a Secretary 'and Treasurer -
' lying west of the'center line of the
of the District and
prescribIng -
' dice 'and
, excess profits tax-Return ments. This is Social Security Tax, invited to attend. This is sgnsored Miami Canal, in Township Forty- ,their powers 'and duties; pro-
:li of tax payable for fiscal year filed on form 940, where the em- by the Sunday school and all four (44) South. Range Thirty-five viding a penalty for wilful damage -
(35) East, Palm Beach County, to any of the water control
ended January 31, 1945. One-fourth ployer has eight or more employees members of the Sunday school .are Florida; declaring the purposes of. works and improvements In said
. ,of tax payable for fiscal years ended working for 20 days in 20 weeks not urged to attend. Let us thisa said District and fixing its boun- District: and repealing all laws or
real daries; creating a.Board'of Super parts of laws In conflict with the
April 30.,. July 1 and October 31, consecutively. great affair and have a good visors for said District and appointing provisions of this Act.
1944., Withholding Tax-Return of tax time. .. the members of the first
Board of Supervisors; providingfor DATED this April 3, J945.
Personal Income Tax.-Returns" withheld ,from ,wages!! during the D. L. Moody said: "Christianity the election or appointmentand HARBO REALTY CO.
; ..due'and tax payable for fiscal year first quarter of 1945 due and tax isn't worth a snap of your finger if said compensation Board of of Supervisors the membersof and By H. T. Broders, President.

.: ended January 31, 1945. payable. it doesn't straighten out"j/Jour .' lit.
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...'. Non-Resideents-Income tax returns Excise Taxes-Miscellaneous taxes character.:1." ,

of ,ALIENS, foreign partner -Admissions Taxes Retail Dealers \ ........'.........:--.eyoX.--: :...... ..............................)y.X .-:

ir ships' and corporations due and one- in cosmetics and toilet preparations, CLEWISTON COMMUNITY *;
;,: fourth of tax payable for fiscal year furs and fur articles, jewelry and CHURCH .

'-" -ended October 31, 1944. One-fourth luggage. Coin operated amusementand David C. Hancock, Miniver ,..,, AT ',. Assernblyof"God"

; of tax payable for fiscal years endad gambling' devises, 'land amuse- 1:,

;" January 31, April 30, ,and, July 31, ment and music machines.. ,SUNDAY APRIL 8, 1945 s : '
::. 1944. Transportation -Tax. Retail deal- r-1- SOUTH CLEWISTON
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m,.Dr. C. .} -
Partnerships-Returns due for ers in liquors: Retail 'dealers in i (

:, fiscal year ended January :31, 1945. 'malt liquors. Retail dealers ia colored E. Gericke, superintendent. :? : ij: Sunday School .............__............._.._ 10:00 A. M.Morning fz'
'::.J Partnership,, returns, are non-tax- and uncolored oleomargarine, Morning Worship, 11:00'a.. m. A ::: :-
.. and many others, including bowling nursery for small children is con J. % '' Worship .......,.........._........ 11:00 A. M. o
: .
ducted by the Mothers' Club at the .. '
alleys and pool and billiard tables. .:. ; Evangelistic Service ...._....:......____ 8:00 P. M. X$
Returns' are due on April 1st. (with Community Center. .:. 'l

: : : 30 days grace) for firms openingfor "Toward Understanding"the Book ..;.. Weekly Services, Tuesday .......___, 8:00 P. M. :::
: :-1 1CJfld time the of Revelation" is the theme of the : .*.
tell rod month business'any'of March 'but must during be filed minister's sermon. ;:': Young: People's Service. Friday" ....... 8:00 P.M. 'y:.
; :.
not_ later than April 30. The choir will sing "Shepherd of ? Sermon Subject, April "Gods Photographof
H Information Returns.-Returns of Mortals" by Sweetserf and "SeekYe .i. 1JH.. K. of Man." :!:
o l lx the Lord" by, Brunton. 4' BAG'VELL' .
tax withheld from ,interest on cor- .

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} 1945 due. (Tax payable June 15, ship with us.

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C. Meador, Pastor Peter J., Reilly, Pastor j

Mass: Clewiston 9:00 a. m. Service HeadquartersCA

"THE SINGING CHURCH" Pahokee 11:00 a. m.

Sunday School--9:45 a. m. --' -
'{??;';,':,., '
Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. ST. .MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL

'Training Union-6:45 p. m. CHURCH 1
Evening Worship-8:00 p. m.

Prayer Service Wed.-8:00: p. m. Services every silnday at 8:30a. '

We really are glad so many are m., at Clewiston Community '

coming, to our services and we'again : Church.THE V4.' ,
take this opportunity to say "Wel- REV. S. D. MAS OF '

come to you." Let our people have Priest tn Charge..

the privilege of greeting you this .- All MaKes

next Sunday. BROWNIES MEET

Cottage Prayer Meetings! Each

1 year before our revival, which this The Brownies held their regular ,.I..,>..;..' "" A .
_My ,for Instance: ,!gotta year begins' the 15th of. this month, meeting the Girl Scout room. -:: ,

have it-'..it has to last-':"caus we have a series of cottage prayer After a business meeting, they spent TRUCKS

we might! not get new ones meetings. These aro preparation the rest of the ,hour doing hand
periods and should'be largely attended work. The meeting was cloesd by.
till 2 or 3.years after V-Day I"j"li.Y' by all interested in the successof the Brownie Pledge..

the meeting., 'Please note the Joyce Bartz, Scribe. GMAC BUDGET PLAN REPRESENTATIVES

places this year and attend one ,
nearest you. Place where they will



"I 1;:. r. home, R. H. Crawford's home.

at the session of. the Legislature of 87
Land's home, Arch Hodges' home.
. Florida, now convened, application

;. Wednesday the church., April 11-All meetat I will ial or be local made legislation for the passage, the substance of spec- .:..:..:..H..K N X..H N K N X..:..XK N K..K+:N1ti N:.11N111:..:N..:..:..:..:N:N:..:..:N H1N1N:N1N:..:N:N/N'

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Thursday, April 12-Mrs. H. J. ,
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I Roath's home, Leon Memory's home. -- -
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Tuesday afternoon, April 10 r- I THE OLD JUDGE SAYS ..#, & 'L :.;',-t,- .<,'S:" .
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W. R. Broadrick's home. -,. .- _-_ '. ., .. ..., ,. '_ .l.. 1 -\'b-\("'<"",:f- .;" .. ...-
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Thursday, April 12-Mrs. J. T. ,. lID! r.Ji: '
Paul's home. '1 -J if. $). -
"Call my Gulf dealer, you All these services begin at 8 p. m., ,
y"- say? Regular Gulfpride* and --" \;

Gulflex** treatments, eh?
Thanks, fella, for the tip- ;
; that will sure help keep me
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'of.' drivingl"GULFPRIDE!
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savings work here..helping I

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;r; : local', responsible families "

tf.I'"i -.... I I !own their own homes. Ask I *That's news to me, Judge. From the way more than I could see taking automobiles '..' (
some people talk you would think it was away from everybody because a few
for complete information. at least 50%." recklessly and have accidents. Or preventing k
h : the making or sale of cake or doughnuts
"No, Clem, there's the statement right because some folks eat too much and get
\ here in the paper. .from authorities who indigestion."
have made an exhaustive study of the sub-

ject. Only about 5% of the people who "In the case of spirit beverages, the answer
tAe life drink occasionally abuse the privilege is one of education and better control." '
f r Clewiston Federal 95% drink sensibly." :
; the ;
"As a matter of fact, respon ;
"No wonder it wouldn't be fairto working <
you say members of that industry are
1 0upP Savings and LoanAssociation take the privilege away from the other stantly toward They don't w,
0 J 95%, Judge. I agree with you." folks to abuse the ausenof their product :; ti,

\ f' i' "I can't see it any other way, Clem. No more than we do."

This aJvtrlisetnenl sponsored by Conference of Alcoholic BeFRIDAY rb




i organized Glades DiamondBall It was nip and tuck until the last!' rick for their
newly { regular monthly social Mrs. Guy Hand, Miss Alice and Har-.
League Monday night at eight quarter when Clewiston took the I Ii
I and Mr. Broadrick was complimented -, old Broadrick.
Holds o'clock at the high school building. I i i i lead and held it until the final i!I ___ _, _
I with a surprise birthday!
All are invited to attend who ar whistle. BRIDGE. CLUB :MEETS
interested for the approval of ,by-j I| I! party. Games were played on the WITH MRS. OWE.V '
laws and schedules. Play will start\ lawn and a 'cracker eating contest)|
Community CenterTo II --
: the week of April 16. was held. Leon Bembry and ..
'On : 1\11'3,1| Mrs. W. C. Owen was hostess to
<:: Be Painted Wilbur Montgomery were the win-I, her bridge club Wednesday after-
'its }Addition ToContinr.pd ners for this contest.Refreshments I II I noon. Mrs. F. E. Conkling was high
Hhe Mrs E. W. Dnrst has requested of hot dogs, birthday -I scorer and Mrs. R. C. Wilson, low.
:ilaucock I ( frog page 1) 1 j.j that volunteers from all the organi- I cake, and lemonade were servedto After the game, Mrs Owen served
The greatest of all the churches of the I I zations in the city who are interested j, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Chastain, Mr. refreshments to Mrs. Conklin, Mrs.
Martin, city.Rev. in the Community Center, be :land Mrs. W. A. Montgomery Mr. Wilson, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs.
Wylie, Bagwell designed the addition -j i present there at 3:30 Tuesduay afternoon I and Mrs. Earl Peters and Barbara, N. V. S. Mumford, Mrs. J. E. Beards-
for and supervised the entire con-:i to paint the furniture. i I Mr. and Mrs. Ed Paoli, Mr. and Mrs.G. ley, Mrs. Otto Larsen and Mrs. H. A.
ing struction. Most of the labor was F. Serson, Mrs. Arch Hodges, :Mr.. Bestor.
Fuller : donated except that of slone masons!I j 1 : and Mrs. Leon Bembry and Wanda. Mrs Eugene Powers was guest of
cons; J. : who laid the concrete tiles. WOIBX'SSSOCIATIOX' TO {, Mrs. H. J. Roath, Mr. and Mrs H. the club. ?
Wlllard ; I 1 MEET O.V THURSDAY C. Meador and children, Mrs. John
Willard Girls Town Team I i ii j j Pittman and Raymond, Mr. and Mrs. Thewar isn't over yet, so don't
Gericke I i The Women's Association, of the I jG. F. Phillippi, Mrs, O. A. Anderson stop buying War Bonds every pay-
dent of I I Winds 'Up Season I Clewiston Community Church, will and Elsie, Mrs. n, H. Crawford, day.
Richard ,I I meet Thursday afternoon, April 12, i
tendenl; ;(With Another Win j J I at the church. All members are I
surer. :: urged to attend since the installation -
secretary I| I! of new officers will take place ,

various The I' under The the girls'coaching town of basketball Luther Owens team:: ,/;''! at this meeting. Notice To Customers

I I completed their season Thursday, Telephone
night I(I with a win over LaBelle, snaking -]
one loss out of the ten games

'Gericke School ; was played.not The announced.score of the final game I i j]i' On. Friday evening- of last week. Effective at this date and until further

tion Curtis, by ; Girls who played are Kathleen I,I :Mrs.her bridge Curtis club Thompson with a"entertained spaghetti notice Telephone Bills will not be, available to

B. R. ; : ,'Polk, Frances and :Mertie Button,].: dinner.. After dinner, Mrs. V. 'C. customers before the 10th of the current
Inez Hendley, :Margaret Von :Mach,
;Wylie;; Woodward won first prize, an ash
Gen Veltri, Marilyn and Callie month. .
David C. ;
tray, at bridge. Mrs. Foy Durrencewon ;
Davis, Harriet Alston and Mary Nell -
inittee, second
: a cigarette case, and '
I Gericke, Christian. Teams defeated are Date of has also been extended
Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, low prize; a payment
Others Mrs. .
| playing were Harry
The team and Mr. Owens would j i as in. the '
Knight, Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr.; Mrs.C. past ;-t A
I, like to express their appreciation to !i L. :McLendon, Mrs R. C. Nowling i t
! 9 the high school officials for the use': and Mrs. Joe ".Hall.j This chai1ge'is due to our limited person
i of the court and to Father Sguhy J II
nel. ".
who has faithfully and fairly of-,j A. U. HAS MONTHLY .
Mr. : : ficiated as referee in most of the !.MEETING MONDAY EVENING A

and Mrs. games. | INTER COUNTY TEL. & TEL. COMPANY"Sweatboxes"
Adkins, In Thursday night's game, Kath-j i The B. A. U: of the First Baptist I_ -
Miss : leen Polk was high scorer for Clew-I Church, met Monday evening at the
ence C i iston and Mary Dyess for LaBelle. home of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Broad-

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Mrs A. ,
l 'tr m and < [' "packaged weather"} keeps our gun crews- i

' tron Mrs., G. cool l and deadly accurate dispels the_ acrid k '

Chas. M., fumes of burnt powder forces, 'in clean fresh

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Tound-up freeze out the enemy with more efficient

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