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 13, 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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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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,, Above is the conception of Architect, B. D. Keck of Stuart of the proposed new Junior-Senior High School for Clewiston to be constructed if funds are provided -
';j : through approval of the '$450,000 bond issue here next Tuesday. The cost of the building, completely furnished and With a football field and stadium, is estimated -
;%( "S at $318,000. The building should provide: for Clewiston's school population increases for at .least ten years on the basis of past Increase and will be constructed
:r \ on a site '''which has been purchased between the Sugar Corporation research laboratory and the highway. .
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[:;,';, $450pOOO School Bonds To. Be Voted On Tuesday


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: AT HARVEST' January 30, 1882 -- April 12, 1945 AT POLLSProperty

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i : Some six or seven I :. ,cI ':J- owners of the Clewistonand

,!.:-," ployees of the United: States President Franklin D. Roosevelt j South Clewiston area, provid-
t :J Corporation, members of ing they are also registered and
ELECTED chief executive of the Unit BOND COMMITTEE AT '
: :: mediate families and qualified as electors, will, go to the
t joyed the Harvest-End dance ed States for twelve'years and polls Tuesday to vote for or against

Sugarland Park BY BOARD three months, died Thursday, KIWANIS MEETING the proposed $450,000() 'school bond
nesday evening, a feature of afternoon at 4:35 (EWT) at issue for the erection of a new

", y : the presentation Warm Springs, Ga., where he Junior and Senior' High School, a

:x_ems to employees who, TERM I had gone a week before for a MAPS 7TH CAMPAIGNEarl new Harlem Academy, to make alterations -

', ten and five well-earned rest. and repairs to the exist-
continuous ,service 'with the I ,ing school plant and to provide a
events of the
Although past
' 5 ation. new cafeteria, and kitchen for the
County Board of months had been Lehman, Executive Managerof
::;. ,' The presentation was acting upon the the Florida War Finance Com- elementary 'grades. on" the present-
I trying and his health had
! the ten o'clock intermission of trustees of the grounds. ,. '
'mittee, met here Wednesday night
not been good since his return Proponents of the bond issue; 'led
Lovvorn in LaBelle
acting as night
with Kiwanis
the Club
a' from Yalta his death county war by E. M. Cornette, chairman and
Mr. :
;'' -ceremonies,, Lovvorn to serve for the fund chairman C. V. Parkinson and ;
*"' :: ,.ed. the perem6ny shortly: of school inClewis less came as a surprise.neverthe.1 members, of his ;;committee to Clewiston' member' of the Hendry

t ggr';"Jr'', ,,and ,it tfexs.ilarredla! few i. :. 1[ seated at his. desk- looking over!I II out a campaign for, making the:map 7thWar 'County school board to 'ontend'that, ,
1 itis'much wiser vote, at this time,
intermission I =
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office at
some ,important papers Loan :Drive, a success in Hen- '
. "W. Moran, executive vice- I to continue1 another three o'clock when he! suddenly I dry County.. -' -sufficiently large bond issue to
take care of the; school needs of the
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of the I
corporation, was 'principal of the. '
complained ,of a severe head Although the drive does not officially : community for many years than ,to
and after brief talk in '
a ; I :
;. commended the honored for Clewiston, ache. Fifteen minutes ,later he open until May 14 to ,run I attempt to provide smaller units, at

on their loyalty and I I fainted and, never regained con I until June 30, actually all sales greater ultimate cost, as overcrowded
I sciousness. ,A cerebral made between April 5 and July 7 I conditions make expansion im-
?+ -names were read and the I.
Aubrey, Miss June
will be credited toward the quota. perative. A low rate of interest is
I l'( : -named came forward to Mrs. Gladys rage, was given as the hemor-I I
*" emblems. Illness caused a ; death. Hendry 'County's quota for the also avaliable at this time if' bonds
" ; Miss Barbara Decker,
, 7th drive was announced last week are voted now.
-of absentees and to these ; Miss Alice Kerr, Funeral services will be held I II
Mr. Parkinson and while the The complete improvement pro-
"blenis mailed sent
were or by
I ; Walker, fourth; Saturday in Washington atthe I II over-all quota is slightly' smaller I gram would consist of: revisions in

1 Adkison, fifth; Sel-i I White House and burial will beat 1 than in previous drives, the "E" bond I present elementary school building,
Iy Pictures of the emhlem sixth; Mrs. Mary I I 1
Sunday.morning $25,000 revisions and alterations ofI
I ten o'clock I II quotas been set up considerablyas ;
': 1ion'failed to arrive for this I social studies and has all the nation in''I the present high school building to
,. at Hyde ,Park, N. Y., the Roosevelt it over
issue but will appear in next' I ; Pauline Hull, home ancestral home.VicePresident order to put these bonds in the hands :]j I convert: for elementary grades, correcting -
issue of the News. 'I ; H. Sharpe vocation-I individuals j I defective and dangerous
? S. Tru4nan of and put a curb on ]
; Mrs.. Agnes, Thomas, Harry -
; stairs, $29,000 cafeteria and
inflation. new
:, possible : ;
t'- Individual photos were ; Mrs., Mar- was sworn in as presidentby I kitchen for the elementary; grades,
In this ,campaign the government l j I
science and Harlan Stone
lan Chief Justice
' : 'recipients they received t I $15,000 new Junior-Senior HighI
'ti as f is stressing the necessity of selling ;
emblems and the concl 2)a; Fay C. Atwell, com- at 7:08 EWT. I School building on a site already
;' ,at i ;I "E" bonds and for this reason has I I 1
C. Kelton band-
,,'\ present gathered in the front : The world-shaking news ofj I II increased, the quota tremendously I purchased including furnishings,

auditorium for a group I I I the President's death was 'radioed -,l for this series bond.? The over-all j f!r heating' and ventilation systems,
x'13 Silver emblems for ten : : Amos, Thomas, = .nafonal".quota If billion j"' (Continued Page 2) '
r". Dartha Tyler, Mamie at once to every corner i1f)';,;. will be I j I' ,
service went to Mrs. Louise -
I the globe. Great 'Britain declared -' dollars as'in the Sixth Drive but the. ,
p_", stenographer, at sugar. house; Thomas. of mourning of "E" bond quota has been upped I|i Mrs. Rackstraw Is
n, ;H. Jones, storekeeper, I bus drivers were a period .' from two and a half to four billions j
vision R. E. Harris one week and messages of condolence I Chairman of United
; I appointed: Robert and this amount of bonds must bej j (.
arriving at the
: (Continued on, Page C. Strickland. V. T. began purchased by 50 million people. The;! '
again as janitor. White House from every world Florida "E" bond quota has been Clothing Relief Assn.

'. Two and ap- capitol ,with the exception of ;set at fifty millions against the 32 'I

Negroes the count will be' ,I Berlin and Tokyo. 1 j,millions' of- the ,Sixth- Drive. I'' Mrs. G. B. Rackstr.iw was named

In Scrape At Depot I His death will have little effect J Mr.; Lehman :stated that the InI local chairman of the United Nations

on the successful "'\prosecution I crease In the "E" bond quotas is Relief and Rehabilitation Association -
I Is of 'the war but it havea 1 largely due to the fact that the at a meeting held Thursday afternoon -
- r A brush between a I government fears the next six months i; at the 'Civic Center attended
I r gro and a ,group of : I ; Mill far-reaching effect in the set- as the most crucial of the entire i j by representatives of most of the

passenger station here I tlement of the peace terms.A r Iwav. ; period In the fight to prevent churches and civic organizations of

I f.. afternoon resulted In Nite great nation today is stunned inflation. It is estimated that the I the community.The .
juries to the domestic and will ,have' the greatest in-
I I by the death of its leader; country Kiwanis Club took the lead
maican and slight injuries harvest season of and 'the prayer of every American -I come ,in history during 1945 with I I in this program, designed to collect
;C, al other Jamaicans.The to an end Saturday :; less consumer goods than in the
will be that President I I clothing for the relief of destitute
i clasli cccured, I j the final car, of cane : past twenty years. He pointed, out '
I II I peoples of war-ravaged countries.
\, II' Truman will ,be able to carryonthrough
best available when '
reports the hopper at 3:50 I also that the dollar will buy only I Ii ,I E. E. Gross and R. C. Wilson were
the Jamaicans used a pair of I at the mill sound-i; the tempestuous period -!i approximately ,sixty cents worth of'
I 'I named by the Kiwanians to representthat
dice while gambling with i the event. A large I which lies directly ahead. : goods at the present time as compared -!' club and they called the meet-
mestic negro. The I I the full value three yeais'ago
was at hand to, to : ing of the other organizations.The .
. '" went to Harlem and of the final j[ American Legion and that it is wise for those ,
I collection of clothing will be
}' station with an automatic three employees people with these loose dollars in f
: ; After some effort he located I I wealthier when I l Held Meeting At their pockets to invest them wisely -,'' started Monday, Mrs. Rackstraw
': maican he was after In the' car was disclosed. I and wait. until they are worth states, and there will be someone in
I and fired twice, several shot I, Inn TuesdayNight top I the Girl Scout room of the Community -
! I been given employees I v i iI I more than them now for I
{I,' effect in the Jamaican's lo the numbers of the Center every afternoon from
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", ? and several bystanders I two to five to receive' bundles during -
the Sugar Corporaj I Clewiston :American Legion Post II ]I
the next two weeks.
of the : I
small shot.
t The |j I er of the last car No. 93 held its' monthly meeting ati!
med on the third shot and I P.-T. A. To Hold I Clothing should be mended and
L i to E. M. Dull f.fl I the Inn Tuesday even'ng with Commander -' I
1 mestic negro fled in panic $50 prizes!! F. E. Conkling ,presiding iI j Meeting Tuesday Night cleaned for no facilities are at hand
r' Jamaicans in swift pursuit. for either mending or cleaning.
Akin and Ronnie i I Announcement was made of a
: caught him at the sugar j I|I special I meeeting to be held on the I I Clothing of all kinds for men, wO-'
way'and him Clewiston Parent-Teachers children is needed and
pounced m this last cane was first Tuesday night In' May for the The men and any-
conceivable form of : .1 the sugar house be-! election of officers' for the coming Association will have a regular meet- one who has shoes to donate will
r weapon such as sticks, and morning Mon:I year.' Ing at 8:15 Tuesday evening, in the I I find that they will be gratefully
clubs. His worst Injury is school auditorium. The program received. Bedding, especially blankets -
k' to an end the It was also announced that the -
be a fractured skull. Both I season. Preparations I Southern States Shows will put on 1 1I I will consist of music by the school' ,i Is very desirable and everyone r
:.l.) are in the hospital and begun for the usual I j I another carnival here the week of i i band, and a talk by Mrs. Francis lis I urged to give all that they.can.
the case by the law will I Kenning, special field advisor of the III' Representatives of the Catholic.Woman's
and repair work April 23 through 28 as a Legion!i I 'II
recovery. the next grinding benefit. i Girl Scout national staff. l I Society: the P.-T. A., the
", The Jamaican was one of I next fall. I I An executive meeting -of the P.-i I Girl Scouts, the Woman's: Association -

q: '(Continued 'Page ( on Page 2)) J week-end visitors in Miami. j I I i the regular meeting. preceding ent at the meeting.


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planting and cultivation "work dur- I 1941 to March 1 of this year are cility. The lighting is said to be 1 Attest:
Sugar Harvest I ing the' summer months. Plantings still In the hands of the original:, poor and stairs, in the high school i Trustees F. C. Elliot I. ,I,Secretary Fund. <
are expected to be considerably ex- owner, Mr. Lehman stated. The I building, dangerous lu case of fire I Mar 16, 23, 30, April 6. 13. 1945 K
(Continued ttdtf 'Page' 1) J panded .this ,)'car.,., ,' .< I Ii government has" no wish to cause J!or panic. j I ..
for\ hardship by requesting people not The increase the number of .
'were held over the in week-end the various I CommitteeContinued I.1 to cash' their bonds when they need pupils during the last few years is 1 I BOOKKEEPING SERVICE ,
colored employees Bond '
found that once II }taken as a basis for I
!Jplantations and the fish fry and I i the money but It is figuring the Increased S'srems8npervl -ReportsFinancial
dance for white employees were held .-' I I purchased few wish to cash them In. :(j: attendance In the next five: Statements
Ihere on Wednesday of this week. ( from page 1) The cashing has been made con- !!: to eight years after new industries, For Details Write
of the crop reason means various gim-cracks which are of no stantly easier to prevent any possible -,,I now being planned, get underway in
Closing I.
'the beginning of the vacation sea- value and not really wanted. Many fear that they would not be;j the area'and the new high school c. O. CRAMER
sson for corporation employees, and i. commodities not now scarce, he I red emable. After a few months i]| building, to be constructed at the \I Box 1317 Clewiston
rcrtually all regular corporation said, will disappear from the marI the bonds start drawing interest and west edge of the present populatedpart I _____-- -- -
employees will receive these vaca-I kets within six months. I if held until maturity, or for' ten I of the city, ia designed to take \"
will pay $2.50( interest on each i care of this Increase, on that basis,
tions on a staggered schedule. 1 Eighty-five per cent of the bondsI ""years.
I for several ><
years to come. I J;
Jamaican laborers are I which have been sOld from thePresident's
Some I
out j The architect's
Mr. Lehman also pointed manyof conception (
in take care of the first purchase in May
being brought to school I
I the plans that had been used ,new Junior-Senior high
the sale i building is shown G. Nottingham, Agent '-
--------- elsewhere for stimulating elsewhere in this I

..w.X..X..X..rwAssembly:..,..:..:.-.....:.:.-:..:.-:..:.:..:..:.:..:--:.->+> of bonds and particularly stressedthe issue. Bert DJ Keck of Stuart : :
{ : ''value of the Blue Star Brigade the architect. Clewiston Florida
.ao -.-.- --... ;iT where workers volunteer to sell i Every effort will be' made to
... .,, ... ...',:,.. .' of God :: I bonds and after the sale of ten are | make repairs on the present build- '
: ;;: : :: / vacation'j r
T :... I given the blue star emblem. Their I lings during the summer
A A ) rank in the brigade is': determined j period this year before any new construction -|

is<,. SOUTH CLEWISTON by the number of bonds sold, regardless -.. is begun. TAYLORSBROMO
-:. .:. I of denomination. It is Polling places will be open from I .

.:. ) Sunday School ....................___............ 10:00 A. 1\!. A.s. probable that a brigade will be eight o'clock until sundown at the I ASPIRIN
,, : started at once In the local school. Community Center in Clewiston and
t Morning ".orship. _m..m. 11:00 A. M. A t: \ the Assembly of God Church in I Headaches Neuralgia :,.,
.:, Hooker's Common ColdsJohnson's ,.
::: Evangelistic Service ....___.......___..._ 8:00 P. M. i 18 Receive- |I Point. i
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::.. Weekly Services, Tuesday ....'....___.. 8:00 P. M. :X:: ';Two Negroes- \ .....--..r w....... .....
*' (Continued from page .
*: .r Young People's Service Friday .....m 8:00 P. M. + I ----
i' I sugar house; 0. A. Stiles', switchman I
'*:: Sermon Subject Sunday, April 15, "Follow + railroad department; Charles H. (!! (Continued from Page 1)' \I Fish CampNear

'C}_ H>;\'. H. 1(. Christ." J :A I Curtner, machinist at Plantation- awaiting the special train which left ( Hurricane Gate) I
S; BAGWELL | Machine Shop. !i,i jat seven o'clock that evening to take I Clewlston, Fla. '

.,:..:..:..:..:.:..:>; w%.n*:..:..x..XMXMX..X..XMM.XMX..:..X.C"X..X'.:..: ..:..:..>.X..XMX:..:4 I Bronze emblems for five years ,!them to farming areas in the north I Boats and Motors-Guide Service
service went to Miss Lois Prince, i for summer work under contracts! Rates ReasonableV. I

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office building; R. G. Goodhart I istration.I i 1-

I I SEEDED, SEEDLESS, A FEW PINKGRAPEFRUIT sugar welder house sugar chemist house;; Frank E. C. Carlton Jacobs,,II I II I Tallahassee Florida 1I I- ...................--.M.-.....;. ;. ............................ -.

mechanic, sugar house; G. E. Town- I- February NOTICENOTICE 23, 1945 ? .Mi

send, welder, sugar house; Russell I -- : *
M.: Dart, carpenter, western divis- I is hereby given that the
i i ion PMS; 'Hiram Sheppard assist- I Trustees of the Internal Improvement :X DAY AND N1TE SERVICE :
Now At The Peak of Juice and Quality ant foreman Ritta Plantation; H.: B. for Fund sale of, the to be State sold of to Florida the highest will offer bid- s
sack Magill, machinist, PMS; E. J. Du- der, at Tallahassee, Florida, at 11:00 :$!: PJiONE 18FLOWERS :
I for 50 Ib. o'clock A.
$1.50 Bose, truck driver PMS; J. J.i I described M. April land 17th in,Hendry 1945 the County following -- ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..)o-)
Geiger, machinist, PMS; K. O. j I =
I To Save Next Year's Crop, now picking re SHOWS, machinist PMS; Joe Van I''I THIS SOU th, Range/i32 Vs East 317 ship"" 44. I \
De Velde, carpenter, PMS; B. B. published in com- ,
pliance with Sections 270.07, 270.
maining juicy Valencia oranges. I Wilson, mechanic, PMS.j 272u Florida Statutes 1941. 08 and Cut flowers for delivery here or
Music for dancing was furnished .The ,Trus'pes.of of the ,Internal Improvement -
$2.00 for 50 lb. sack j
I "Miami Fund reserve the right IP for delivery an "\vl1el'c in U. S.
1,by Dave Tyler's orchestra of reject any and 'all bids. by vireo
i .Beach..which has recently_ completed Internal Imp ovement: Fundsof the
a winter's engagement at the Mo-' State of J
I camba Club and is now at the Club FloridrMillard: F. Caldwell Phone 82 Night Phone 148-W

Phones 266 --. .27R2 I Bali. The music was. excellent' and Governor. ..r. .. '. -.. '
I I the huge crowd-of dancers enjoyedto
the utmost the festive occasion.

i..:.:.:..:..=": ..:..:.-:..:.:.:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..: ;..:..:-::..:..:..:.-:..:.:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..):..:..:..:..:.. Because of the government's re-

) : .' .. .,.' cent midnight curfew the dance began -
at eight o'clock: .and ended
i promptly at twelve.-' Revival Servi'ces .

f I .Att noon Wednesday employees of
ti the(corporation>and'friends enjoyeda -
j If You Wish I delicious fish fry' at the sugarhouse I I
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f GUARANTEED. School Bonds- First 'Church

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: '! Automotive Repair Service '.:.,..1/.c' Continued from page; I) HEAR

'J ;, football field and stadium side-

;" Machine Work .'t/:', .- walks, etc., $318,000; new buildingand Rev. Thad
I equipment for Harlem Academy,
Painting and Body Repair Service: .:} ;: $63,000. EVANGELIST .

\ ; I In asking the State Department
r Genuine Ford Repair. Parts ." ;' ': ; of Education to approve the plans

) ,. ,. '_>'. ... .. \...,. -... ." for the new construction itwas
> '. ' .. pointed out that the present -buildings .8:00 P.,31.
44. ")'. are wholly inadequate for the GOOD OLD-FASHIONED SINGING GOSPEL PREACHING:
l i present school population, the enrollment -
r I higher than the :30 pupils per room I _
r. recommended 'or best educational
Ford Sales and Service
f I training. It was also pointed out
t PHONE 93 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA that these buildings ale not suitableas and Your Family Ore Invited To Attend. 'J
t I planned and constructed for
( working into a modern school fa

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; [Everyone. in Florida's sugar industry is among the nation's" unsung war heroes, producing the ,

;fighting energy for the 'armed forces all over the world as well as for the! men behind ,: .

'the men behind the guns. If YOU are not in essential war work then I I

f r Get Into The Battle By Joining The Forces ofCLEWISTON ".," :_'_ 1


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Ing resolution be adopted: ;cent of such excess to be remitted to I '

f EMBRY-RIDDLE. RESOLUTIONUpon the State, Road Department for the 1
purposes aforesaid, at the same
motion duly made, secondedand time and in like ,manner, all under
l: : J SUES: TO .ESCAPE unanimously passed at the County and pursuant to provisions of said I

, Commissioners' 'meeting of April. Section 16 of Article, IX of the, Con-J,
Mirr 11L 11LThe
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3, 1945, the following resolution stitution. N I I I pianos )
TAXES IN COUNTYThe was adopted: : An application to sell liquor was i

WHEREAS' under Section 16 of submitted by' Mr. Dillon Hall at the
I Article IX of the Constitution of LaMooreton .Club, Clewiston. "Motion -I l
board of county' commissioners this 'State, provision is made for the by Miner seconded by Evers

: authorized County Attorney II. I State Board of Administration of that the above, application be ap-I graceful,, unique styling, built into our fine
',, ', A. Rider to handle an injunction the State _of Florida to remit to tho proved. Motion carried. 'j ,
twit, amounting to $10,488.88 various, counties of the State of Motion by Townsend seconded by i MirrApianos preserves their original rich, full, musical
,brought by Embry-Riddle to preventthe Florida, for use on. roads and bridges Miner that the Assessor be authorized '
county tax assessor from ,assess- therein, twenty per cent (20% ) of to get a count on any stock of tones. The eye sees\ a small piano, but the ear hears that

ing and the county tax collector such surplus and remit to the State cattle that had not been properly I musical tone that .'
fir":: from collecting taxes on real estate Road Department of Florida, for listed on the tax roll Motion car sonorous. ,, a '. possible only' with adequate,'

['. which it is claimed is land used for the construction or reconstruction< ried. I I II string lengths and generous sounding board area.
:; school purposes at Clewiston. This of State Roads and bridges within I The County Attorney was instructed -
; was brought before the board at the the respective counties, or for the to take over the Embry- -
t f,. regular monthly meeting Tuesday lease or purchase of bridges con- Riddle suit The
brought against the As- MirrApianb involves, no compromise with toneor
:. of last week. British cadets receive
necting State highways within the sessor and Collector.
; training, for service with the Royal same, eighty per cent (80 % ) of Motion by Townsend seconded by touch. The mirrored turret housing the pin plank and
:'. Air Force at this school. such surplus after the necessary Miner that the Board adjourn. Motion -
(' This and other business which I sinking fund requirements are duly carried. tuning pin assembly becomes 'a traditional room expandingwall
before the board is mentioned for under said section-
1\ came provided : I
J. O. DAVIDSON, ; decoration, rather than a part of the piano.
e minutes submitted for publication ,
in the
r by the sE'cretan'Villiam by the Board of County Commis- I I WILLIAM T. HULL, I
? T. Hull and follows: 1 j
sioners of Hendry County Florida,
: : Clerk.I We do have limited
a number of these fine Pianos
: The Board of County Commissioners that the State Board of Admin- I .
;.; : of ,Hendry County, Florida, istration be, and it is hereby requested -1 available for: immediate delivery. Also :some nice thor-
' Among the newest recruits for ,
convened in regular session at the to remit to the said county, -
;x; Courthouse in LaBelle, Florida, on for the purpose aforesaid, as and the U. S. armed forces are juni r's oughly reconditioned "shipped in" uprights.
': Tuesday, April 3, 1945, with the following when the same become 'available for talcum powder can and mother'spaprika I
" ,' present: Chairman J. O. distribution during the fiscal year can, which have been adapted -
,:.' I Davidson, Charles E. Miner, R. B.I! ending September 30, 1945, twentyper to form the double shell' of al I ALL FULLY GUARANTEED TERMS IF DESIRED
hand-held distress More ,
.. Waldron, A. J. Evers and Asa' Town- cent (2Q % ) of such portion of signal.
', than of the hand-held
: send together with H. A. Rider, at- the gasoline and other' fuel tax funds 1,500,000 I
;" torney, and William T. Hull, clerk. as are credited to said county and ] flares have been ordered by the gov-
'., The minutes of the meeting of. found to be in' excess of the amounts 1 I F ernment, according to R. C. Taylor,

':;:. March 6, 1945!) were read and upon necessary to meet the principal and I I vice-president of the American Can I Brubaker Music Company :
h motion by Evers seconded "by Miner: interest payments falling due upon Company, developed the item. r
r called and carried the minutes were bonds of said county and | or any I I'A flyer forced into the water can
: .. approved as read. special road and bridge district I I release a colored ,smoke signal 'jy I 206-08 Datura St. Phone 3175 :
/, pulling ring in the top of the
a con
Motion by Waldron seconded by therein, together with an amount ,
I ,
\.::; Miner that the School Board be sufficient to, meet sinking fund 1'equirepents -I .
, ;. furnished two dump trucks to haul of said county and | or I II 'r'
":, off the old scrap or junk hauled in special road andy bridge districts, -'-
I I 1
during the scrap drive and not dis- the remaining eighty (80 % ) per IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? \

'; posed of with the School Board pay-
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:,'.' ing all expenses. Motion carried

t_:.. Commissioner Waldion reported
.a,:.:.f:.' that the recent survey made by Mr. v.W +
\ .' ., G. M. Ford on the proposed road be-
....::.; ginning at the Northeast corner ,of .
... .
Section 11, and running South on q tl.3.F
/" : the East Section line of sections 11?
;: 14, and 23, TP.. 43 S., Range 29 E,
;:: ; r showed that the present fence was
'\ :\ located about 22 feet east of the
:'':c': said section corner and, crossed the
';. section line about one mile south
:' and that Mr. Joe B. '
: -. Hendry: was \
" willing for the county to take a fifty
f.... .,: foot right of way on the east side of
\i;:, '"' the fence and the following motion

;t: ", was made: Motion by Evers seconded .
::," by Waldron that Mr. 'Joe.B. Hen- F

.. j dry beaskld,-to make the county' a FDuty -
. ,
: / deed to a fifty foot right of way on
':" the east side of the present fence: j a
Motion carried. The matter of using -
;;. of the
''I- some county culverts on
',. u road No. 25 through town was left
/i :
-' up to the 'commissioner in each dis
:,;. trict. Vose Babcock appeared before -

the Board with a request that
':. ., some consideration be given the! ......
':,," Devil's} Garden road. V
, !. ,. Motion by Eveis seconded by

,;;':' :, Townsend that Commissioners Davidson r 4
t' : r and Waldron be authorized to
:E" J locate and get the price of a drasf- ,>
:, line to be used on the Devil's. Garden
;: road Motion carried.
f'' Motion by Miner Wal
; seconded by -
r dron that the bills .. '
( : be paid as read
.j; Motion carried. Motion by Waldron
: : ;- seconded by Miner called and unanimously -
?%'-,. :': carried that the follow-

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: Look theFuture I .."(1. .,-- ="..ar.\1' .. "-)Pr.Ir'.:. fy.!"." .
to i:; \1"

:: on nlarines-'pig' boats' t'the Navy But even now, Belcher-l113intaills its staff of- I'
,\ .
; : man is rugged Long tedious in ;
t.. t days Air Conditioning consultants who will gladly ,

\'i: '.. 1I -:- ... : '.;.:..J'.1: .1. cramped quarters. jumpy hours waiting work with you,. your architect and consulting L iJ

,",,'"!' ,, ';s- ; ... : for the "kill" seemingly ages of soul 0' d' '
.' engineer to plan Air Conditioning.. an Ot
- '1 V. wracking time spent far below while the "
-, j I:4'; Ileating'for your home or industrial needs of : )W f
'R,:k,' fz, above the occasional thud .\" 'r ;':' : % *
!'t 'j' "H .' :; *
'i' ( After The War ",
: ,
: '
; if- tomorrow. .,, f
,:':;:' ( ;(; of an exploding depth charge'- to jar the ',:,

( : You Will Want To J"i i -J., ;; tense nerves,of the men below"! .'. '
13 Deposits on Carrier Home Air Conditioningunits :
' :

}" -', ,Build A Home iii'But are being taken now at Belcher 1
duty in Uncle Sam's modern undersea ,
: .. i
< .: f craft is much better than it used to. be Industries. Orders will be filled in sequence j

,;.: t :ii thanks to the miracle of Air Conditioning. as soon as possible after Victory. ,. 'frE-I

':;:. It Will Pay You To Gone forever are the terrible heal and foul air .. ::ir

S':, ?r"i the 'pig boat' man today at least has the 7; ?;

r", Buy Your Lots \ blessing of cool fresh air to make his tedious '' ,':' > .'

and dangerous duty easier. ,

k '.;;' ,'
: j-: ."" '
h." rte. Air Conditioning has A Diuiaion 0/ ;
( < : gone to war today it .

fi... "' :. is submarines, ships and advance bases Belcher Oil Company \ ...
: '
... i i tomorrow it will be the plants, stores, offices ESTABLISHED 1915 s sf t .t

.. "." and that 0 0 MIAMI AND PORT EVERGLADES, FLORIDirealn \ c-
I ;!; :. home. .you are waiting build. ...\

, REALTY .." / Sole Ditrtbutor6 in South Florida of CarrIer Air Conditioning and Refrigeration 1\._

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.. I Listen.'to June. ,Melville, 'inFRIDAY fl .', 'el :'TI ,( Ih r d y : ii '!,p. 1 >o-; ; _ri X$! 4 ::p f.\Yl t?



ed to the children .at the conclusionof ''GM 3-c' Doyle'(Dorth ''arrived. :Wednesday I .,Mass- ;tClewiston .9:00 a. m.. .
The Clcwitton Newt the party. .',- .'" from New York to spend a .Pahokee ::T1:00a.'m.: I Church.THE REV. S. .D. MASON: -I

Attending were Bonnie Fay Dur- leave here with Mrs. Worth. He Priest In Charge.

Clewiston rence, Martha Jean Nowling, Glenda has been in foreign waters for several ST MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL i i --. i
Florida Published, by every the Friday CLEWISTON NEWS, Sue Etherton, Gayle Geiger, Nancy months. CHURCH I The Florida East Coast Railway ;
fnc. Bolton, Dale Perry, Martha Chris 0 I will receive a total of 15 new Diesel ij,
tine Hare Lamar McLendon, Ronald S-Sgt. Evelyn Hare will arrive 1 Services every Sunday at 8:30 I locomotives[ during the next two- :

Entered as second class!! mall matter' Taylor, Marilyn Hancock, Glen tomorrow (Saturday) to spend atendav '' a. m., at Clewiston Community months. j I
February 1, 1927, at.the Post Ofnce In Thompson, Mary Catherine and Judy furlough with her mother i
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Florida, under the Act of'
March Clewiston 3, 1897. Francis, Donna Gay Martin, Charles Mrs. Maud Hare:' Sgt., Hare is still

Twiddy, Tommy Musgrave, Linda stationed at Fort Benning, Ga. I
Lee, Norma and Barbara Perry, Ed- .
CARR SETTLE, Publisher die Musgrave and Mrs. E. W. Durst News reaches us .this week thatL. ':
Meet With The I
Subscription Rate-$-:.:>O Per Tear who assisted Mary Jane's mother, C. Redish, Jr., who has been

Rates On Application. :Mrs. R. J. Lee. stationed in Jacksonville has been ,
Advertising '
1 transferred to Cornell College at I Sunday Night Crowd In The Luncheons ,J

Mt. Vernon, Iowa, for additional
Devoted to the advancement and wel {NM., .,N,.N..N,.N-.IAN" NON N N N..N.....11..?.H N........HAM..N NI training. I I BeautifulCocktail I -I
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County Buffet Dinner 75c
I *, I
ARM 1-c C. W. Redish and his

I With wife are here to spend a furlough {\ $1.50 and up

NATIONAL RIALSSOCIATION with his parents.. Lounge
0 t
6:30 to 8:00' 12:00 to 2:00
S Our Boysin Lt. Ed Ward will probably be !j,

back with us, at least lor a time, next I P. M. Fine Wines and P. M.
week. Mildred has been in touch

theService with him by telephone a couple '>f Liquors ,
times since he arrived in New York
HE, TOO, WAS VULNERABLEFranklin last week with a group of other released j

r war prisoners and he's hop-
Delano.. Roosevelt, in ing to be home the first of the week.

three full terms and a few monthsof We'll all be anxious to see him and CLEWISTON INN' '
a fourth term as president of the 1 to hear his story, if and 'when he

United States, has assured himselfof feels like telling it. Principallywe're

a high-ranking position among .. .. .... .... .. glad to see him home and Where It Is Always Cool
his :N N N:N: :N N : :M:N:N N N 1:N : :NMN N o: :N:
the leaders of history but even hope fervently that his experience

stout heart could not survive the hasn't been detrimental to his R
tremendous pressure which it has It was quite a thrill to many local health. The Home of Good Food and Service

been his lot to endure during his theatre-goers when, during the ,- --

entire term of office. I showing here recently of "Followthe ST. MARGARET'S CHURCHFr. With A Smile .

His death, yesterday: should not; Boys." W.: P. (Bud) Vaughn, oITtir

have been too surprising for we, Jr., was recognized in the Dinah Peter J. Reilly, Pastor .
know the load carried by the chief Shore scene by Mrs. W.. E. Boltonat .
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executive of this great nation has I the first showing. Marion Lee, -------- ,"-- - -

been more than many of his pre-i the theatre projectionist, later showed rawT'6i

decessors have been, able to endurefor i the film for Mr. and' Mrs. W. P. i o S t NEAW YO' 7 rvcSoi! aN{ +ot0 I r_
But Bud'o :.__ vlDorTA Oricoo I/ .l
one, or at most two, terms. Vaughn, parents. ,4
1C ,
President Roosevelt seem this ( {TALI Aj ASS EE
somehow Bud received his training in / CosANeaes

ed to survive the periods of greatest country at Bird Field, Richmond in I 40 / LAKE f
hack stronger rrrppprrrrr e I l r ', ..'
pressure and come the Aviation Engineers and then +sa nrnu uurur ,ABLO JU $ l
than before. We had prayed that I volunteered for duty with the Air- ACRRT DAAFr rtt '

he might be given the strength to I borne Reinforcement Division. He .
through the tumultous days in training in England. Ina i fTAAU t .Kr0J1 .hn i.ALDO
carry on .is now DREG (Dr SRRDIG.y 6T. ALIG E T'A ) ..
of trying to settle the permanent letter written April 5 he had only SARAK, GAINESVILLE. ST ,. 1 4 ,, A.CADSS /i.y
peace but the Creator had different 11 three more weeks, to go and then

plans and we submit to His will. combat. We hope and believe that I UbRt e '; ,

We, in a true democracy, will not' Hitler and Company will be dis- 4 usraaEUart / r

admit that any man is irreplaceablebut I posed of before he has to go to the A.. 7 yi.1, CDM [ Sl G fPAAWS ,,t rt .N ,
we are forced to admit that 't front in Eutope. n

sometimes takes us a great while I S aiT Bwa mRMAyy
longer to find the proper: replace' d15TAL RM YT pq AJT15t1 \,

ment., We shall hope, desperately, Through the courtesy of Mrs.. Glen ,. YOYOSASS( 1' D r

that Harry Truman is great enoughto Harris we were able this week to 1 tADDA rtlr MRK // A t

fill the presidency but his job will have a good look at a captured Nazi rLA NDRt.oc ,TEqR OItUIH00F ,
because of the battle flag which her husband, Pfc. 1 t vi TAA70B DAD(cITY 91 r. r
be all the greater
doubt which will exist that he is I, Glen Harris, recently sent her, witha St, l'' 1 1 }CY otncom ?I TAMPA IrC AL AED y}' +
box of other souvenirs from Ger- F r NAYEN ia r0 wBT
c pable. The 'Pre ident's death 'was 't $: GUR/fATOI I lER n 1 .
I many. He is with a hospital unit : .,
expected for sometime and there is >, z7: LANE WALCS ,';
every reason to believe that every and is now back in England after l b w ,AzltLJ :MUIICRR

preparation has been made, to con participating' in ?. the capture. of 9. ., u.tnort RauD 'l9ZD..4A i.rrLOBRADCNTor -',-
tinue his plans for world peace' and I Aachen.. t /' \\ w v.o, BCAd :- %- rrar0
the conduct of a great war, a large For you who have not yet seen i DsARAsoi pARUOA!
portion of which we feel he failed: one of these miserable pieces of : .
to see the end of by only a few days. cloth, it has a red background witha I '1? t Z Nawooo,,, OroaT OGDtN O0.

Germany and Japan will be able white circle in the center and in a u ro my
v; J7 '- r t 5 -
to derive small comfort from the I this white center is the black ', / ) 0XCEG/06EE L .
v ,
catastrophe which has befallen' us. swastika. t. YT rr R5tJr111tI11111111 INFY i//J
< .
i} 5 s : 5 Moos /gppullltl r .
Their end is even nearer, for 'ours I Over the face of the flag Pfc. SORTM cuVfsRRo _

armies will fight all the harder now I Harris had pinned dozens of other YIS.. rN1DN
I 4 eX n / ;'z< ..ttX j n. ill VDOMTA SPSNGS BOCA MTDN.A.
in memory of our fallen stouthearted !i souvenirs such as epaulettes from L I

leader. : officer uniforms, wings from the Sl,, MA.LEs IAUDERDAIEAI J.
aARiorOiP' LaD :........ ..rii .
I I tunics of Nazi fliers and many : ruwl BCACN I-.' '.:" .'
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JANE LEE CELEBRATES SIXTH : other such things which no doubt //Qnnrnnrrllnnnnrn \- ": v.r<
rIAYi BEAprNDUt / -
BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY I i represented quite a number of -/I'l'd \ CDRAI GABLES Eoco r urGWvtARINE

"good" Nazis. Other souvenirs were .
Mary Jane Lee celebrated her I i'service ribbons of all descriptions,

sixth birthday Wednesday with a I belt buckles and coins from every I u 'v % flORiDA MOTOR LINES -
party for a number of her little : country hehad visited. Some of the l!i a* CONNECTING LINES nniMiimint
friends. insignia contained the iron cross

Cakes, ice cream, lemonade, candy instead of the swa,tika, a holdover] "**. r C abet '
I "
baskets and chewing s'um were serv- possibly from the Kaiser's regime. ," .
I r[T wCST Ri ACA -
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.r..: ..?::.. A Vila Network o' RoutesoSeae&4gdiaIa4eI

.i Our store will, hereafter, open at eight o'clock ,each *

:s: morning and close at seven o'clock each evening. 'Exceptions :::
: .
:s: Wednesdays when the store will close at 1:00 p. m. and :::

: Saturdays when we will remain open until 10:00 p. m. ::

REACHING out across the great peninsular state Florida Motor Line's network of "..,r.
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.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. bus routes is bringing an indispensible service to this great and growing southernmost -
: state of the nation. .

.-I And this, is but a small segment of the picture, for Florida Motor Lines is

IF YOU WISH THE ': i closely coordinated with travel over hundreds of thousands of miles of additional F FG

r motor bus line routes reaching: to every nook and corner of America. I

FINESTFOOD .f'. From the smallest cross-road community to the splendid cities and industrial I

I ; Of and shipping centers of Florida-Florida Motor Lines forms an important connecting ;;I.
i 'I link bringing,together men and women of all occupations and centers'I.. ,:
Try A Complete Dinner At :
of trade and recreation., .

I J Today Florida Motor Lines, and the war-busy state it serves is busy at the A j

1 1i i THE CANEBRAKEFrom lob of helping win an early and final Victory. But when,the. day of peace arrives '

Florida Motor Lines will be ready to provide the

luxury and convenience cf super-buses to carry
$1.25 and Up .
you. swiftly and pleasantly, in any direction you me war EH"


9 TILL 11:30 r Airdv

Contrary to lunior, the Canebrake Bar and ne tmu'Ult'will

be open the entire summer und will maintain. the .same service
always rendered in the past. '
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l "*<<<( "....... Mrs. Frank Veltri, Mrs. Foster FOR 'SALE
.. r -1 :. One oil Subscriptions Taken -
Crampton, and Mrs. J.. D. Leftwich,

Jr. range, five burner, Junior and Senior En-
Mrs. Grates and Mrs. Schneider

: i L It'I "PERSONAL and SOCIETY I served gingerbread with whipped built-in oven. In good cyclopedia Brittanica -:-
cream and
; condition. R. W. Owen, S. T. 'Bowen, Clewistoil

Hooker's Point. .
J Inn. I
..: ..._A.-'.._'....*................?..t..I.iMjM SMj...%.....%.I..J..J..J_.................................................................................-._..............L..........................'. BRIDGE CLUB "WEDNESDAY Itp tp

"r 's"1\ .- Gould'of Miami was a busi-, Fred Driggers of ..N.....N..........N..N...:. ...:. .. .. .. .. .... ..- .. --.
, the U. S. Navy Hostess to her bridge club on ;:: N N N N N N.N. .N.N.:N:N::N: N:N:--: :N:N:N:N:N.:..:N:.:N:N:H.:1.:N:N:..:N:.1:.1:N:.?-
f' ness visitor here on Monday. was here to spend the weekendfrom Wednesday, afternoon was Mrs. H. R.Hall. +
Key West with his brother, Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Earl Stamps;
R. C. Wilson was a business visi- C. ,A. Driggers and Mrs. Driggers.. Mrs. W. H, Lanier, Mrs. J. W, Ezelle, :!: Notice To Voters :

i". tor in LaBelle on Wednesday., Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs.. ,Carl Johnson h S h
GM 3-c Doyle Worth of the U. S. Mrs. R. C. Wilson and Mrs. R. :: Registration ;Books
are and ::
.J. Bobby Topper is leaving ,for Miami Navy arrived, Wednesday from New M. Bishop were the players withMis. ; open are
this week-end to begin his enlistment York to spend a few days leave with Lanier winning first prize, a :: at the City Hall. All who have not donew:!

;; ] in the U. S. Navy. Mrs. Worth in'-Clewis--. Lon..J' I pottery prize,: decorative vase, and pottery.Mrs. Alston, cut so are asked ,to register. The regular city ::

.; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Yoder spent Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence, who I Mrs. Hall served lemon pie, coffee :_: election for 'these commissioners' be ::

the week-end in Moore Haven with were recently called to' Glennville, and nuts :: held in September and should *
relatives. Ga., by the illness of his mother, everyone
returned the first of the week. I TOWN BASKETBALL: TEAM :!: qualify for this election. :;:

Mr. and Mis. Fiark Cothern of .--- I HAS PICNIC SUNDAYThe ... .

... Tampa attended the funeral of I Sgt. Phil Kreidt, of Langley v: ."r. .1.NNNN111. . .NM. .".IN1. .NNNNIINN.'. . NIIN NI NNN" NNIINNNI' :::
v .1 vv 1 N/
M. Ford here Saturday ,morning. Field, Virginia was the week-end girl's town basketball team
guest of Mr. and Mrs celebrated the end of their very suc- ...
A. D. Rich ..
..N N vv vvv N vvvvvvv 1: vvv N v v v .. 1:1f N :vv
cessful ball season with fried ...
Mrs. F. E. Chalker of Clearwateris ardson. : I :
visiting her daughter; Mrs. Betty : chicken picnic last Sunday ,afternoon .?;..
, Beatty, this week. Miss Margurite Mizelle, Booth at Fisheating Creek, .:. ,
:.J -'- Williams and Mr. and Mrs. George' Although some members of the .;. WE HAVE PURCHASED .::.
Mrs. Sam Schneider:: was a busi- L. Williams spent Sunday in West team were unable to be present, the t/ ." -
ness visitor in West Palm Beach Palm Beach. majority of the girls and their
on -
Wednesday. guests enjoyed a very delightful day.' ::1 Williams' Plant i
Miss Florence Graham and Miss Mrs.Those Luther present Owens were and Coach and Cleaning _
j Mrs. Bill Blume of Miami spent Bobby Spicer were the guests u f
the early part of the week visiting Mis. William Johnson in Pahok e Laura Ann and Emma, Marga.atVon ?
friends here. \ I on Sunday. Mach, Pat Ryan, Marilyn ?
Davis!: Frances Sutton, Margaret :%: (AND !!ARE OPERATING AS :.i"f

Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Alston returned ,Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith of Win- Williams, Lacy folk, Kathleen Polk, ISwMack's

', this past weekend from a shopping sockett, Mass., are theguests of their I Russ Owens, Johnny Sullivan, John
a' trip in Miami. daughter, Mrs. 'N. J. Keppa, Herbert Nix, Mr. and Mrs.
Bishop, and Mr.Bjshop. '
I Oswald Sutton and Raymond Trice. Dry Cleaners J Jy
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Rev. H. R. Bagwell has as his I -,-
f''::, guests this week Air and Mrs. N., I G. H. Small entered the Lee Memorial CHURCH
: A. Bell of Tampa Hospital I in Fort Myers Monday hY
I for a period of medical treat
'' Mrs. J. Geiger, Mrs. Otis Shows:: ment. Mrs.' Small has been with The W. M. S. of the Baptist I t.
;.:" and Mrs. Bill Stallings spent Tuesday I him there most of this week. Church held their monthly program h
:;: ., inVest Palm Beach and business meeting at the church' :;:' Our ceiling prices are those established for :!:
i,:' Tuesday
evening. Miss Alice Kerr '
I?:'" Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Owensof '
,. Roscoe Brinton returned Sunday .Tampa visited Mr. Owens' mother was in charge of a very interesting :.:. the Clewiston area :.:
>, from a visit spent with relatives Mrs. Ruth program. Those taking part were .
f' Owens, and Apr Mrs. + .:..
Pearl Peters, Mrs.
Fred Dun-
: ,> Massachusetts. and Mrs. Charles B. Owens on Sun- Xy
' 5"" day away, Mrs. Arch ,Hodges, :Mrs. "\V.A. .
"':' I : Montgomery, Mrs H. J. Roath,
Ki-, .. W. N. Martin, David C. Hancock, -
,. Mrs. Fred Sikes, Mrs. T. L. Tanner,, : I=
; G. E. Etheitou and E. E. Gross Miss Hazel Infingcr and Miss .;. Your Patronage Appreciated Woik Guaranteed .!
7; Mrs. W J. Robinson and Mrs. H.
spent Tuesday in Boynton Beach. Sybil Driggers of Dothan, Ala., spent
C. Meador.
<., the week-end with Mss Driggers'
' ;1 Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Granere and brother, C. A. Driggers ;and Mrs. Mrs. E. M. Cornette,. vicepresident
'". children of Miami are spending a Driggers. I presided over the business
; '".' few days'here this week with friends I meeting. Mrs., Fred Topper closed I MR. AND MRS. HANCEL
the meeting with ._
;, and relatives. aBAPTIST nraver
I Mrs. H. Y. Legg of Miami and F. ---

W. Ford of Orange burg. S. C., were
I:;, here the past weekend'to' attend suxn Y'SCHOOL' :;: ::::

I;' funeral' services for. their brother, CLASS HAS MEETING . .vv. .vvvv. .vvv. . .vv. . . . .v. .v.". r. .

t. ,. G. M. Ford. __
"i The Ruth class of the Baptis

.... I Mrs., 'w. C. Owen left ::Tuesday Sunday School met' at the home o-

; for.ja visit:i with her:,,sons;:,Ens. Wm. Mrs. A. H. King last: Monday even ,
i i C. Owen at Orange, Texas, and Ens. ing. "AirNAaIontgomery; : gave Surf Cottages

, DAII/V Richard B. Owen at San Bruno, the devotional i and led in prayer'Mrs. .
, M VTIMU:-:::aa: I'. .M. .
'" XIGIIT.1:. a P. :M. California. Fred Topper, class president,
S\'I: A.: suv.: CO 'I' OIKa !!" had charge of they class business,
, *.
; r. r ;i i M.
Mrs Doyle Worth, Mrs. V. A. after which a social hour was enI -
0; I Henderson and son, Miss Wilda joyed. Mrs. King served sandwiches -

sr WEEK BEGINNING, APRIL. 15 I j Davidson and :Miss Ruth Hendersonwere l I cokes and candies 9 MILES NORTH, OF PALM BEACH

=s SUN. ,& MON., APRIL 15-16:: visitors in Miami. over the
i week-end., LOST A HIGHWAY NO. 1
.... : fishing box on
.,, I. Lee Parker returned Monday Rt. 29 near Moore Ha.. ;-

.., night from a business trip to Jamaica -
: ven. Reward for
'" where he was party
arranging for
/ vacation at local beach resort. One
additional Spend your your
( Jamaican
labor for the
I who picked it R.
1f J.
United States Sugar Corporation.Mr. up. and two room effIcIency cottages =::: Hotel Rooms -

1. and Mrs C. E.'Bailey ,have as Kepple, 'Gen.. Delivery, Dining Room -: Cocktail Lounge. .;

4:' theij* guests this week, Mrs. Bailey's Clewiston. 1 tp
: r I
Also Cartoon parents, Mr. and -
:;,' Mrs. Ernest Dens- SUMMER SEASON STARTS JUNE 1.
LA'l'ES'l'rOHLD NEWS low, of Clermont and Miss CharlotteI

Darrow of Washington, D. C. FOR SALE: 1939 1 1-
3.; TUES Si WED., APRIL 17.18 I y --
For Reservations
,,'; ARM 1-c C. W. Redish and Mrs TON DODGE TRUCK. -

)";. d I here Redish with are spending a furlough GOOD CONDITION Write 623 30th Street Call 8940
I Mr. Redish's family ,and -
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<, ,r VPoromount friends. Mr., Redish is stationed
hi", California with the U. S.. Navy.

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-'. presents 1 Cleft Monday to make their home i in DUMP BODY. SEE IT .. .. .. ..
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Milwaukee, I
; ,-AJ VfiI' (/ vO has been Wis. Mrs. Williams CAT CHRISTIAN ,::: .;.
t"U starring '; associated with the Mac-

r Paulette GODDARD v''.i Donald Engineering Company for CHEVROLET. PHONE
(: .,,7 the ,past year. j Closed for Remodelling iI

ii: A Sonny TUFTS Karl Lehman, executive managerof 87. I Itc.

the Florida
. ALSO CARTOON was here War Wednesday Fund Committee FOR SALE Until further notice the dance hall of, the ::_::
__ I making> : Complete :
plans for 'the promotion of the ;:;: LaMooreton Club will be closed for complete : ,
/c. THr & Fill.PRIL 1020r I Seventh War Loan Drive in Hendry. set household furnish.. :,s. ..
: County. remodelling. *
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h nIPr1,1 I ings for 5-room house. :s

; J. toomoCM lQBt Army, Sgt. Corps Evelyn, stationed Hare of at the Fort Woman's Ben-' Practically new. Call ::!: DILLON HALL :::

t SIc OVS day ning,to Ga.spend, is expected a furlough home Satur J 17-M. I Itp ::.!.: Owner and Manager' :;:

\ __ mother, Mrs. Maude Hare and with other her J .:. .... .v. .v. J'.... .v. .-.v. .... / .... . . .... .v. ......

"" 'f\E relatives and friends WANTED: To rent 2- 4-

Itt. -w ('1f" MRS. GLASGOW HONORED room cottage by the .......-.;
: I '( li'k3arclt ('lawletteColbert WITH Fog
DESSERT-RRIDGE year.. Box 42, Moore

:, LTivrVOICLD Mi s. Gilbert THRIFT
NEWS Glasgow was 'honored Haven. 2tp
last evening l by Mrs. ShoppersL
:' SATURDAY: APRIL: 2--- Graves and Mrs. Sam Howard
with] .
i'l. a FORSALE18ft.Shultzhouse -
;".. dessert-bridge given at the home ... '
rf,' of .nacno. SBAU STn.a ..
Mrs. Graves, the occasion being trailer. Robert i1MQ QVALIDD t. w f /
: that Mrs. Glasgow will join Mr.

J'f Glasgow in MHrni: within the next Hester Trailer Camp. ,
two weeks IARJ 1
: re they will resume ... I

f f\\:" : Edward ARNOLD ADD HARBIKGDlrctlod At bridge residence., Mrs. Glasgow won high |, FOR SALE: Unfurnished -

,./ by Ffcd ZlProdotxl .. prize; crystal ash .. "
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by Jock Owrtok A.. D. Ricliardson WO'Jl" second and high Mrs., | !house and lot 3

:i ALSO CARTOON a crystal l bon-bon
dfsh. Others miles 'east of' Clewiston.
present were Mrs. Bill Peters
'HAT MAN" No. 11 I N J. Bishon. ,
Mrs. Roy Smith, Mrs' $2500. Call-R.; Swindlr e. .
Frank _
. .. 'O'Hara, \ I
: Marty Bennett. Mrs Wilson- r: j 28-R interested.. 21:. .-

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course is welcome to do EO-and are care, maintenance' rand. ,handling ,of ae many people as will get a pouring of the Spirit of God.
Girl Scout Training asked,- tq come to the community firearms,-,hit and run.accidents witha nite blessing out of these defi-\\ Each evening before the servicesthe

To Start center at '2:30' Monday afternoon., ,hypothetical: case and other'- in-, The way to do that-is, to attend women will sponsor a prayer I
Course '
teresting subjects. Services' start each evening at 8:001 i meeting at 7:45 p. m.RATIONING. !
Next MondayMrs. Revival Services At Jack Thompson. West Palm p. m. There will. be a rousing song I ',- :i
Beach police chief, will follow up service in which your favorite hymn' '4\\
e- of GodRev. the conference with a barbecue. All will be sung and our hearts blessed '"_,
Assembly I I
Frances G. Kenning, special I
local police and law enforcement through singingThe visiting CALENDAR A:' .
field' advisor of the Girl Scout National I officers are urged to attend this preacher will then bring, a heart I ; ., : I I
Staff, will}) be in Clewiston on .H. R. Bagwell, pastor of the I meeting. Two such meetings are warming message, filled with the,; .,;;' '

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Assembly of God Church of South held annually Jn each district of Spirit of God and especially adapted )j MEATS, FATS : >. I,
April 16, 17 and 18, to conduct Clewiston, announces 'today that j j '
a the state.Rainfall. to bless each heart In attendance
:1 and i iI
trainfn courses as well is will Red Stamps-T5, U5, V5, W5,
revival be his
leader meeting started at
reorganizationand I It is customary to have morning I''X5 I expire, April 28. ;:$' I II
help out on troop church night 24,
to on Tuesday April '
program activities. with "The Musical Harts" in charge. Shows 6 1-2 services during our revival meetings 1)I Y5, Z5; and A2, B2, C2, D2 expire
M.Prewitt and unless announced to the contrary -I! June 2. "'
Mrs. M. )-
The troop These two young couples, Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene Powers, Mrs. Mrs. Doyle Hart and Mr. and Mrs. Inch Deficiency, we will have them this year i I II E2, ,F2, G2, H2, J2 expire June- ,
I also. These services, 9:30 '
begin at
C. H. Berner, Mrs. J. W. William Hart, play a number of' different ,30th., f"I
Mrs. W. H. Lanier and Mrs.. G.-N. musical instruments'and sing I Records in. the office; of the Unit- will a. m.be, and no close morning at 10:30 service a. m.on There Mon-! New stamps validated p.ril:1': .1

Pitzen, as well as representatives of solos, duets, trios and ed States Sugar Corporation show
quartet num- day. I K2, L2, M2, N2, P2 expire July 31.
of Kiwanians, will meet that both the Western and Eastern
a committee bers. Their music is said to be sensational i
with Mrs. Kenning at 10 o'clock on and Doyle Hart brings the Divisions have a deficiency< of rainfall Let us 'put aside everything else PROCESSED l-'OODS
Monday morning at the Inn. At spiritual message They arc now for 1945 which has already during these days and concentrateupon 'I Blue StampsC2 _'

2:30 she will meet the leaders, as-I' conducting a very successful meet- reached! 6.459 inches. this important meeting which D2, E2, F2, G2 now valid, ,.
sistant leaders and those interestedin ing in Miami and will come here for The Western Division has bad will bring definite blessings to our expire April 28.

taking the 'course. Evening two weeks at Us conclusion. 2.37 inches of rain since January 1 community if we will work hard I H2, J2, K2, L2, M2 now valid
courses will be arranged for those I and the Eastern Division shows enough. expire June 2. -

unable The mothers to come of in the the Girl Scouts I Agriculture TeachersMet only 2.2 inches.Victory "Not my might, nor by power, j N2, P2, Q2, R2, S2 now valid, ex-

but my Spirit, saith the Lord of I pire JunA 30.
are, asked to make a special Here Saturday Day Praise And Hosts." Let this be our motto and I New Stamps Validated April 1 -
to attend the P.-T. A. meeting on .
Tuesday evening, at 8:15, in the (II! -, Thanksgiving Service At pray and work for a glorious out- T2, U2, V2, W2, X2, expire July 31.
auditorium, where Mrs. Kenning A meeting of vocational agriculture -- -
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will give an address on the teachers of 'South Florida was First Baptist Church : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :.: : :..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:. ..

ganization and high ideals held Saturday afternoon in the agri- \
standards of scouting and how 01'-1 culture building at the local school,
The Clewiston churches invite
can help their daughters to be it was announced this week by M.
Everyone to attend the Victory Day,
ter scouts. I H. Sharpe, agriculture instructor in Headquarters
Praise and :Thanksgiving service at
Anyone interested in taking this I II the local school.
the ,First Baptist Church at 8:00 p.
There was a discussion of the purchase -
m., on the day victory over Ger-
of additional tools, better
many is announced.If .
I teaching methods, possibilities of
the' news comes after 8:00 p. '" I
Future Farmer contests and
m., the service will be held the next 4
I tion of new government forms. The
evening at 8:00. ,CARS
I J meeting was conducted by J. G.
-IWhatdblow. This service is sponsored by the
Smith, teacher of' itinerary train- ', '
ing. : churches of Clewiston for people of ',' II
all denominations. V
i I Teachers attending were from i '

t' Okeechobee, Stuart, Fort' Lauderdale CLEWISTOX COMMUNITY I I Mak.es.

te'io11e" Miami, Homestead, Redland, ; CHURCH All

I Sebring, Pahokee, Belle Glade and David C. Hancock, MJiiister
Mr. Sharpe of the Clewiston and
Moore Haven schools.
I II SUNDAY, APRIL 15, 1945 'A
School 9:4b Dr. C.
Sunday a. m.
N Y {VK.ry Sl I Fire Destroys Three E. Gericke, suoerintendent. TRUCKS .

Ji,,} I Morning Worship, 11:00: a. m. A
rf} Buildings In Harlem
I nursery for small children is con-
ducted by the Mothers' Club at the GM.\C BUDGET PLAN AAA REPRESENTATIVES

I A fire of unknown origin completely -1 Community Center.

I destroyed a pool room and "When the Mists Hide the Face
I cafe and two small colored houses of God" is the theme of the minister's CHRISTIAN CHEVROLETPHONE

I in the west end of Harlem Saturday sermon.
night about eleven o'clock. They Westminster Fellowship at 6:00p. '
I were outside the city section of m. ( S 7 CLEAVISTON, FLORIDA ,

? ft Harlem by colored and the homes were owned ship You with are us.cordially invited'- to wor- .:N'N:N:N:N:..:N:N:N:N:N:N'ti N:.1 N:..:N N N:..:..:N N N"1 NCH..:..:..:NON N N:N:N:..:N:N:..:..H:N:N:N:N:N N:M::N:N r

L&tJI:; ; I not been people learned.whose naDl. Shave

I The fire department was called FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH i !: <<: "IiIiIIf."v J

"It hit me hard when'I I found I but because there was no water accessible H. C. Meador, Pastor

: out that I may have to wait brigade and had to rely on a bucket Mack's Store i
emergency tank to "THE SINGING CHURCH" Drug _
II 2 or 3 years past V-Day fora fight the flames. Sunday School--9:45 ,a. m. ,

:Morning Worship-11:00: a. m.
old car's
new car. My gotta
Training Union-6:45 p. m.
last! F. B. .I. Conference In Evening Worship: 00 p. m.

Our Sunday School and church Excellent Prescription Service ,:'_
West Palm Beach program is growing bigger and bigger. -

We take this opportunity to .
I A.M.-11P.M. ,
A police conference extend to you a cordial invitation ; 7 .
affecting this .
join with the others who are
area will be held'by the I< Federal -
getting blessings out of their attend
I Bureau ;
of Investigation in West ance upon these services. PHONE 20 y
Beach at the police pistol
Sunday our revival meeting be-
range on, April 5
starting at 2:00
gins. It is_ our ea1'llest desire that 1NII" '"""M =<'<"'Kj'':-h' "']fg"""' _=:"" =' <.1 .H ""'--
: p. m., it was announced this week. ._ : : : : :
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by R. G. Danner, special agent in .' -"-:-----, ----" -----..--.----. ---------I----_ ,-----

charge of the Miami area. 1 '.
There will be an interesting .-' I L
a discussion of F. ,'
B. I. fraudulent : -
:} : 1I check file, report ,

.writing. by police departments, ;:- "1 ::

"But I felt better after my -'. ,.

Gulf man told me he'd helpme h n h n h n mm .,,(:, 'J

I keep my present car rolling "

: if I'd let him give it the i "
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Gulfpride and Gulflex l. M 1-,
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treatment regularly. JI ", ,. ,

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An oil that's TOUGH in I = d ( 4 1 .

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t, awn their own homes. Ask r !
i, fer complete information. r When this war is all over, Judge, there will called it'an almost unparalleled example of I j I .
be some mighty interesting books written the overnight conversion of an entire indus .
about it. Expect we'll learn a lot of things try from peace to war.' He also said not so ( .
we didn't know before." many months ago while speaking about synthetic
J 'Yes, Fred, when the record is finally rubber, 'It is fair to regard the rubber
I written we'll realize what a gigantic manufactured to date as being almost solely

operation this war, really was -and how the product of the beverage distilling industry -
i fife Clewiston Federal important to final victory many factors That's the type of thing 1 have in mind
1 for eofyoU'C I really were." the way great American industries at I

l Savings and Loan I 'Take, for example, just one industry home cooperated to help our brave fighting
Few people realize the importance of the men abroad." "
... t t erjcat work done bythe beverage distiller ''I see what you mean, Judge..a complete t

Association during the war. A high government official history,of American_teamwork.1! l Ir

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On School Bond Issue Next :

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i '1: Revisions in present elementary: 'school building .' -.".: .'. .'.'. :. .; . ... < : ;< $ 25,000

2. Revisions and alterations in present High School, conversion, for elementary:' grades, correcting ," \.
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defective and. dangerous stairways' and, conversion of two present school buildings. .into modern -:' ',: -

,{ school facilities '. . . . : . ., ,. L.' .. .S" : "L" 29,000'r
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4 New High ,' heating system, -::/ ;:.

'football field and stadium, furniture and equipment on a !new site already purchased .''. ,..;>I'. 318,000
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5. New'building and equipment for Harlem Academy-complete . a '. . : 0..,..:..._, 63>000 J'
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are 'completely inadequate. A city assured of the future growth of Clewiston must provide for modern edu- '
; cational facilities and the cost to taxpayers will be far less by providing complete facilities NOW instead of hap- r 1
hazard construction of additional facilities as required. V


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{: homeowners will feel little effect of the increased taxes and the cost of, the increase,'non-homeowners :;
will Amount to approximately $4.50 on a thousand dollar valuation. V VE ,


;E Consider The Future Of Clewiston Children

Vote "Yes" Tuesday V
-This Page. 'Sponsored By The Following' Clewiston Taxpayers: I
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First, Bank of Clewiston United. States Sugar.. Corporation.. : F.. D. Duff, Distributor Gulf Products :
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t C. M. Giddens Furniture: Store Gulf Service Station V ', Clewiston Motor Company !':
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j Shorty's Barber Shop Clewiston Realty Corporation Dixie Crystal and Harlem Theatres '
Beck's Service Station :- :. Parkinson's, Inc. V Ideal Cafe ; '
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-Riddle-McDay :Aero College 1 f J. E. Beardsley \ Clewiston Bar ;
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Seminole Jewelry Hendry 'County Motors, Inc. ,Clewiston ''Dry ,Goods Company i l
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'Canebrake Bar and Package "'"', : Bishop-Wilson: Lumber Co. V. V Paul Bussey i,
Royal's, Inc. V ,t ; Mack's Drug Store V ,)B. E. NALL, Sr. :{

Sugarland Service Station Standard Service Station :J. E. DavidsonAGE

: Toggery Shop "