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 20, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:01044
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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] ": School Bond Issue Is ; ? -7 a..rr'Ny : ti/'<< r v1.r 0..

, Favored 5-1 By Voters I Ir ,

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New School Program for I Buckingham Officer I \ > u'QF rat"- yiEr :.., .t "'v 2w '

:: Clewiston Is Now I Speaks At: Kiwanis i : ? A" t

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r Assured ,I I Meeting, WednesdayCapt. I

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{, The freeholders' ,of ,Special. .Tax ,I Robert Hutchinson, .a gun- i

4 'School District No.7, embracing
nery instructor of Buckingham,
'Clewiston and 'So' th- Clewiston, voted I
Field, Fort Myers, was! guest speaker

: overwehlmingly in favor of the at the weekly: meeting of the Kiwanis -

$450,000 school, bond issue on 'Tues I.I.'f ', .
Club dnesday evening and :.. n '? S'r yxwv';MxAS: ees lra' 1 rxa > k ir5Qn : 'jJ. Y'i' .x''a: T'Ri <
assuring the improvement ,, .,
day, > n"'h+ x. ; --
made an enjoyable talk .on the organization me rS'imjr'rlr Ni f.Nr', -.v
a ; ;; f's
existing school facilities and the : / ,
E of I an.i operation of: that kf\Y ty / l/// + b y< .
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construction of new buildings which ;New.Community ; /G',, ,n.,, YCi' .' .
Proposed / ,,' >'. + y. vsr.r t. y3./: .:5 .
field. s /r k
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designed to take care of Clew- R' ,N f, o
are Kiwanis ';tYry,:: r% : +' ,
chairman of the /
E. E. Gross Church! y n'.ri'l/' r; ; x
school 'needs for to ; rnyi,.:n.j R /iGi/, i ,, '
iston many years /.7
committee in the clothing I i %'r.; !r/i, ,.9 :q / '.
come. : II drive which is, now; underway in p' r''.' 'r/j j .k r.. :f JT%yo/Y//r Y.nb yinyi ,
In precinct one, Clewiston, the 'this community, gave a short talk,I Above is the architect's concep- ; ; /hry
vote was 142 for and 33- against : following that of Captain Hutchinson -

while precinct 6, South Clewiston', I in which he stressed the urgent tion of the proposed new Community

a, gave it an even more favorable ma- need for clotting and bedding for Church to be built here three years

jority; 53 for and only 3 against war relief, and urged all members I hence.The sanctuary will be' built ,

;making a total favoring the issue of present. to do their utmost toward I first ,at an estimated dost" of $25,000, -f i. r 'i'r! u tiHyb Y :
195'gainst 36 against or almost 5
making this, drive a success. I
over half of which has already been
1.The After the regular meeting the \'
next steps toward the con- subscribed by church'members and
Youth Service Committee composed r
struction the 'new school facilities of B. L..Thompson, chairman, B. J. I friends.: The building committee

: will probably be an advertise- Myers, M. M. Prewitt,. "W. L. Brant-I plans to have the entire amount in 7r / Ct r'r v r''Jr '
ment of the.bonds for sale, and it
ley, Dayid, C.' Hancock and Elliot' the treasury when construction 1J
'is not believed there will be any
Gross met with Mrs. Frances
i serious delay in finding a buyer. G.j starts.' The plate above shows both
Kenning special field advisor of
I The State Board of Education has: the side and front views of the very ,
Girl Scout National, Staff.
I I\ already agreed to take half of theY I
Guests at this meeting were Cap imposing, church edifice. Bert D.
bonds, and the last maturing half. '
' tain Hutchinson, Captain B. S. Keck: of Stuart is the architect..
This will leave only the early maturities I '-
Pritchard, AAF, Buc1dngham'Field.,

', to be sold. E.. E. Kelly, R. J. McLeocl and J. A. 'I) ,_ _. .
I' issued ---------- -- -
the bonds ---------- -- -- -- -
As soon as are -
Sheeley, who is with the Animal )
and sold it is probable that bids I
Husbandry Division of the University Red Cross Drive
will be advertised for construction. I Plans Are Announced This Week
of Florida 'Extension Service.
There has' been' indication that j '
some I -- Tops $4,000 Here I
alteration of existing buildings

be taken care of before::! construction I' Heaviest Rain of Year i During 1945 Drive For New Community Church Here

of the new $318,000 Junior-Senior I
Falls Near Clewiston
School j I J
High building and the new --

$60,000 Harlem Academy are be ': Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, chairmanof District President To I: NEW ,STRUCTURE PLANNED AS

But Its safe to assume that ln.1) Although Clewiston did not get the Clewiston Chapter of the POST-WAR PROJECT COSTING
entire program:,will be rushg ..to but six-tenths, of: -an inch of rain .in. "j American Red Cross, stated this Speak At Garden Club '$:5,000.00'S

: ,';: completions'rapidly. ',as possible.y..y .:'., I l Wednesday i ;ht'sshower- it was | week that contribiitionsto' the 1945" oJ S
';":'" -- _- yjy', _- 'a-'great; reliea7ttt m-aify"''taidlessj: 'I} War Fund,..Drive had c o'ntinued to The Garden' Club; ,at its' regular The building committee; of the

,: 'BlountEmerges' { weeks'and a three-inch rain recorded come in- long, after the drive Was meeting in the library room.at 3:00: I Clewiston Community'; Church l'this

"/ "' that night at Benbow, the':heaYl closed and that a total of $4,051.95 Thursday afternoon, April 26, will I I week announces; its:, plans ,for the, -

: From Tourney :As est rain so far in 1945, gives prom- I was contributed this year by peopleof I have as its guest speaker, Mrs.: construction of the niain unit of anew

ise of a little damper weather than I Clewiston to this worthy cause. Willaford R. Leach, who is president -: church to be built as, a postwar -

ii Clewiston Champ local, residents have become accustomed The War Fund quota, (National) of the Sixth District of Florida project at an estimated cost of

to.: was $2300 .and ,more than $3800 I Federation of Garden Clubs. I I $25,000.
In the City GOltChampionsh'lp. The Wednesday nigh' rain brought was ,raised during'the campaign. Mr.I A large attendance is urged, and I II I A building! committee ,was appointed -

tournament recently completed at I showers to the entire Jake section | Patterson wishes tc take this meansof I anticipated, as this promises to be I I at the 1944,' annual congregational -

the local golf' course, Lynwood I but, at' South Bay there was only | expressing her appreciation to the one of the most interesting programsof meeting of the church in

Blount scored a 3 to victory over I I.05 inches and on the east shore the I War Fund chairman and cochairman the year.Community. I II I 1944 by the pastor; Rov. D. C. Hancock

Bob Ruett in the finals of the topflight i I heaviest rain recorded was .18 M. W.: Bigg_and Mrs.' M. M. : ___ the committee consisting of

to take possession the 1 I inches. i l Prewitt, and to their splendid corps I Urged To !I Mrs. F. E. 'Conkling, Mrs J. Robbins -

; tournament trophy and the mythical i! The Benbow and Liberty Point t i of assistants who made the drive : s i W. C. wen, J. K. Rogers, J. E.

'championship.. ; areas had showers Thursday night''such a success. Back War Relief I. Beafdsley and Dr. C. E. Gericke.

In the second flight ,A. J. Thielen but, they missed Clewiston. l\Ioore'j A new Red Cross drive has now I During the remainder of last year

defeated E,, E. Kelly and in the third Haven reported aimost as heavy a been started in the school, with the Clothing Drive the committee studied the needs of

flight A. R. Richardson defeated Fr. ''rain as on the previous night when Junior Red Cross asked to collect the church: and employed Bert D.
S T. J, Reilly. I I,2.34 inches fell. \ (Continued bn Page 8) Keck of Stuart as architect to aid
: Although the drive for clothing,
. -----I: in devising a building -program to
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wVV N and shoes for the United
.lH;: -n-nn-n--nnnn-n-S ; i Emblem Winners Nations Relief and Rehabilitation take needs care of the of-church.present Facilities and future of

Association has been in progress fora
fi have been
the past several years
week, the response to the pleas fl'I
to the ever- -
inadequate carry on
these articles has been very small. -
I Christian worK or.tue..
It is earnestly requested that, thoseof
church in a com
you have articles to donate, do munity.

not wait until the last minute to do
so. I Preliminary plans submitted by

;i: Mr. Keck_ were'for 'a complete church
r 9 QQolf' v. In. order to facilitate matters for school
of church
yr'Y t building made up a
) unable to
thos'persons' who
J Q +$% Z/ r+ 'n!r 79r a. are I unit and a sanctuary unit. At the
their donations to the ComI -
annual congregational meeting
i Gx %t'yry:: i r/ five
, '. / ., enmity Center from two until
I April 2 it was unanimously voted
I r1. :-" I
local chair-
o'clock afternoon,
every that working plans be'obtained for
1. / Y. Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw will receive -
L ,4r ; ..y i.y i. t I man the erection of the sanctuary unit.Although .
them at her home, across from '
only a part o fthe need
the Catholic Church, at any time I II
facilities of the church
for enlarged
j for the duration of the drive. 11"1'5.1I
II' will be "met by the erection of the
I' Rackstraw has also specified that
I'i. I I sanctuary unit, it is planned by the
i. t residents of the community-who have
, .n M I I 1 committee to work toward the erection
, "" only one or a few garments should
of the school unit after the
not hesitate to bring, in just such. a I I sanctuary has been. constructed.The .
small amount. It is the sum totalof
; '
exterior of the proposed san-
donations which -will make the I I
; II ctuary is of Tudor design. The

( drive a success. ., building will be constructed ;of reinforced

masonry with an outside
Mrs. Kenning SpeakerAt I I brick veneer trimmed with white

.J' ,', I :1[stone.!! The main body of the building
+ i. P.-T. A. MeetingMrs. provides for a seating capacityof

154 while rear balcony has seat-

tt I Frances Kenning, special !1 ing space for 56. The* choir loft

,! field advisor of the Girl Scout National will seat about 24 and sufficient i

:;:; Staff, spoke' on several phases I I space is provided for the installationof

of Girl Scouting at the regular an organ. At the rear ofthe

( meeting of the Clewiston Parent- I! sanctuary there will be a pastor'3

I Teacher Association this week. Also I Ii study and a women's meeting room.It .

,. i participating in this very interesting I will be constructed'; at the cornerof

: : I program was bandmasterDavid Royal Palm Ave., and Balboa

; I Kelton who directed the school band Drive, facing Royal Palm Avenue.

,.,', I in two numbers and sang two Scottish I A three-year financial programwas
decided because it was felt
; ___ ___._.mm'm_____ ____ _.....___ ..'___ airs. upon
At this '''meeting the retiring officers I that it would probnbly be that long

of the P.-T. A., Mrs. A. 0. |: before materials and labor for construction -
Above are pictured ten of the eighteen employees of the United States Sugar Corporation who received j available.
S' 'servi Ward, Mrs. E. C. Mills Mrs. W. C. | would be readily
: emblems at
;and Jay e W. Moran executive vice-lresident End Dance at Sugarland Park Auditorium on Wednesday night of last week : Owen and Mrs. J. II. Walker, were I i It -was also felt that by waiting, the
or the
corporation. From left to right they Frank Jacobs, me-
are: '
chanic at sugar house, 5-year; G. E. Townsend, welder I replaced by Mrs. B. L. Thompson, amount of monejneeded to build the
? sugar house, 5-year; Joe Van De Velde, carpenter, i
PM' 5-year; E. C. Carlton, welder, sugar house 5-year; 'Mrs Louis KettI, stenographer, sugar house ten i president, Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., I'I'I church would be on hand before

year; n. E. Harris, mechanic, sugar house, ten-year; Mr. Moran; J. J. Geiger, machinist, PMS, 5-year;' K. O. i I vice-president, Mrs. C. E. Bjornson, construction was begun, thus' keep-
; ShO\YE, machinist, 5-year; Harold Magill, machinist, PMS, 5-year; D. D. Wilson, mechanic, EMS, 5-year. The secretary and Mrs. E. P. Powers,' ing the building free from a bur-
eight others who won service badges were unable to attend. treasurer. (Continued, on 1'age 8)

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owned by railroad companies and] SW',4 of NEU South of Nine Mile*S. 15, T. 43,. R. 33.
( .---) IDA: it has been made to I other public utility corporations, which) Canal less Right-of-way, S. 11, T. 43, Tract 8A as shown on resubdlvision
NOTICE: OF INTENTION: TO AI'PLY Legislature of the Stateof i said lands constitute all of the lands R. 33. { plat recorded In Plat Book 2, page I
FOR I'. CIAI, LEGISLATION appear to that South Florida Conservancy within said District, to-wIt: N\VI/4 of 'SE'i. less 68, Hendry County Records being In '
AUTHORIZING TIIK HOARD OF SU- Florida District a taxing unit of the Section 23 fractional Section 24, S. 11, T. 43, R. 33. Right-ot-Way\\the SWyt of S. 7, T. 43. R. 34.
PER"I*.ORS OF THE SOUTH FLORA of Florida organized for the Sections 25, 26, 35, and 3C, Township S'Vlof SE%, less Tract 21 as shown on National
IDA COXSER"AXUUISTltIC'I'. A State reclaiming and draining' 43 South Range 34 East; 43, R. 33. Farms Estate Plat recorded in Plat
DRAINAGE DISTRICT ORGANIZE purpose of in chapter 17258, Laws North Half (Nlot Sections land SE',4 of NEU South of Nine Mile Book 4, page 61, Lee County Records ,
AND EXISTING UNDER '1'UILA'VS lands described Act of 1935, as amended by 2, Township 44 South Range 34 East: Canal, less RIght-of-Way. S. 11, T. 43,I and re-subdivlslon plat recorded in
of Florida
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA AND Laws of Florida Act i Fractional Section 19, Fractional R. 33. Plat Book 2, page 68 Hendry County
&MDRACI2VO LANDS LYING WITHIN chapter 20477 the proceeds of the Section 20, Fractional Section 21, NEtt of SE}; South of Nine Mile Records, S.' 7, T. 43, R. 34 I
HENDHY AND PALM HKACH COUA- of 1941; Tax" of said district are i Fractional Section 27 Fractional Sec- Canal. less RIght-of-Way, S. 11, T. Slot N>4 of NW%, S. 12.:T. 43. R32..
trIES, FLORIDA TO iMPOSE ,UPON "Maintenance other things for the purpose -i tion 28, Fractional Section 29, Sec- R. 33. to satisfy said decree and all cost
ALL THE LANDS LYING IN SAID used, of among maintaining and operating the tions 30, 31, 32, 33; Fractional SectIon SE}i of SEK. less Road, S. 11. 43'1 E. M. MAGAHA,
toRAIXAGK DISTRICT A "MAIVrHXAIVCK drainage and reclamation and 34 and Fractional Section 35, Town- 43. R. 33.; SPECIAL MASTER IN CHANCERY
TAX" NOT TO EXCEED $ .oo works of East NE}i of NEW, less Road and
works of the district and ship 43 South, Range 35 : EVANS MERSHON & SAWYER
IPER ACRE I'ER: ANNUM FOR THEYEAR other public of the Board of said All of Fractional North Halt (Nth) I RIght-of-Way, S. 15, T. 43, R. 33., Miami Florida
IMS AND ANNUALLY THEREAFTER for the expense South NWy4 of NEU, less Road and less
the conduct of said work Section 2, and that portion Solicitors for
LYING and District its business generally, and for the Half (S ,{,,) Section 2 East of Miami Right-of-way, S. 15, T. 43, R. 33. I i April 20-27, May 4.BOOKKEEPING,
TO THE OWNERS OF LANDS of machinery, equipment, Canal; North Half (N>4){ Sections 3, SWVi of NE'L less Right-of-way
WITHIN THE BOUNDARIES OF purchase Section 11 S. 15. T. 43, R. 33,
fuel and supplies; and 4, 5. and 6; that portion
THE SOUTH FLORIDA CONSER- power WHEREAS, It has been made to appear East of Miami Canal Sections 12, 13 SnU of NE'i. less Right-of-way, I I [I II
VANCY DISTRICT IN PALM BEACH to the legislature that the and 14 and that portion of Section 15 S. 15, T. 43, R. 33.
AND HENDRY COUNTIES FLORIDA, further of labor, materiel, supplies and East of Miami Canal, Township 44 NEU of SW%, less Right-of-way I I SERVICE r
ALL OTHERS WHOM IT MAY cost and less Railroad Right-of-way S. 15,
AND fuel used for the pumps In I South Range 35 East; .
distillate '
CONCERN Section 12, all T. 43. R. 33. :I
have greatly Increased All of Fractional S.stemsSupervision _ReportsFinancial :
You and each of :you will please take said District than doubled in the last Fractional Section 13. all Fractional SE;i of SWIless Right-of-way,
notice that, at least 30 days after the in fact'more and especially since 1941 Section 14, all Fractional Section 23,} S. 15. T. 43, R. 33. StatementsFor ,
publication of this! notice as required few years of the enactment of the said all Fractional Section 24, all of Fractional NE'i of SE}L less Rightofway.S. Details Write
by' and pursuant to Sec. 21 of Art. the year amendment of said chapter Section 25. that tract of land)I 15. T. 43, R. 33.
Ill of the Florida Constitution, and last the maximum of $2.60 lying North of Hlllsborough Canal between NWU of SKJ. less Right-of-way,
Sections 11.02 and 11.03, Fla. Sts., 1941 17258, and that as provided to be Section 25 and Everglades S. 15, T. 43, R. 33, O. O. CRAMERBox
the undersigned will seek the intro- per acre per imposed annum upon the lands in Drainage District levee and all or SWVi of SE%. less Right-of-way, 1317 Clewiston
duction and passage by the Florida' levied and said last amendment Fractional Section 36, Township 43. I l S. 15, T. 43 R. 33.
Legislature. Section of 1945, to-wit, of :a bill said to-wit District: Section by 6, of Chapter 20477, I South Range 36, East; SEof_ SEU. less Right-of-way, !
substantially as follows Laws of Florida, Act of 1941 for a i All Fractional Section 1. Southwest I I
A RILL TO HH ENTITLEDAN Tax" is now and has diagonal half, Section:! 7. all that nart r
ACT TO REAMEND SECTION "Maintenance past, insufficient for of Section 11 lyl; g"agt of the--N i-ui
LAWS 'OF I been for years
8 OF CHAPTER 1T2T.8. operation of said District: New River Canal all Fractional Sec- I
FLORIDA ,ACT OF ll)35 (BEING, REVISING THE the NOW proper, THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED tion 12, all of Section 13, all of Section GULF 'LIFE INSURANCE CO.
AND/OR RE-ENACTING FLORIDA: Canal and all of the South Half (SV2) -
ACT CREATING THE DISTRICT SOUTH FLORIDA ) :AS- STATE Section OF 1. THAT SECTION 8. OF of Section 14 lying West of the North -, G. Nottingham, Agent
CONSERVANCY CHAPTER 17258 LAWS OF FLORIDA, I New River Canal: all of Sections 15, I
AMENDED BY SEC. 6 OF CHAPTER ACT OF ACTS OF 1935 AS AMENDED BY SEC- 116, 17 and 18. Township 44 South Box 6327

20477 EM-'OVER, LAWS OF FLORIDA OF TION FLORIDA 6. OF ,CHAPTER ACT OF 1941 20477, BE LAWS RE-I I I Range All of 36 the East South: Half (SVi) of Ccftfrtht1V.pIrlnsa'z Clewiston . FloridaTAYLORS I

FOLLOWS'Section Section 7 excepting the
OF SUPERVISORS AND IMPOSE UPON 8. (a) That there is herebylevied 38 feet: all of the South Half (SI I
TO imposed for said South Fractional Section 8 excepting
A and
THE LANDS IN SAID DISTRICT NOT TO Florida Conservancy District a tax tobe North 38 feet; Sections 17. 18. 19, 20., I '
"MAINTENANCE TAX"ACRE OF PER ANNUM I l known as the "Bond Tax" which) 29. 30, 31, excepting right-of-way of
EXCEED $3.00 PER tax of $1.25 per acre per Hillsborough Canal Section 32 except-
FOR THE AND FOR annum, beginning with the year 1935. ing the right-of-way of Hillsborough ,
THEREAFTER and annually thereafter, upon all of Canal Township 43 South Range 37
OTHER PURPOSES. BY THE LEGISLATURE I the following described lands; includIng East; < I II
BE IT ENACTED FLOR- right-of-ways and other landsSEEDED All of Section 3 South of the Hills-I BROMO ASPIRIN
OF THE 4 South
borough Canal. All of Section
Sections 5, I
----- of the Hillsborough Canal

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Section 12 South of Hillsborough Canal I Common Colds

FEW PINKGRAPEFRUIT Township 44 South, Range 37 I
SEEDLESS, East: 37 .-.nn.w--.n..........,,,, '
Lots 5 and 6. Hiatus in Range
between Townships 43 and 44 South:' I
Lots 1 and 2, Hiatus in Township d /d9plLd
44 South between :Ranges 36 and 37. I Johnson's Fish Camp I I
(b) That the Board is hereby authorized /ikltJ
empowered and directed to D lJJtnJ9J
levy and Impose upon all of the above I (Near Hurricane Gate) (
Now At The Peak of Juice and Quality described; lands a tax to be known as \ Clewiston, Fla.' ]
Tax" of not to ex-
the' "Maintenance
$1.50 for 50 lb. sack' ceed, $3.00 per acre per annum for theyear I ..when your Boats -and Motors-:-Guide Service ]I
: 1945 and annually thereafter. Rates ReasonableW.
(c) The taxes or assessments levied savings work here..helping
by or pursuant to this Act shall con- I H. Johnson, Mgr. :
To Save Next Year's Crop now picking re- stitute a lien upon said lands as of
the first day of 'January of each year I local responsible familiesown

maining juicy Valencia oranges. which in which lien the shall assessments be superior are in dignityto made, Ask .................'....'..........'....'..........*;..;.*.:..........................................'.
I their homes. :
said lands except own } :
all other liens upon
$2.00 for 50 lb. sack I liens for state and county taxes I 's' FOR ..t.V :

and Everglades Drairage District for complete information. .. '
I taxes, and shall be..'equal in dignity to ; TAXICABS ,_
FARM the lien for said' state and county and IvI'
BEARDSLEY I Everglade' Drainage. District! taxes. I DAY AND KITE SERVICE :;:
I LAWS: All laws and parts of I';:t;: PHONE 18 :i:
Phones 266 --- ,.27R2 laws in conflict or' inconsistent herewith : I' .:.
I shall.be. and the same are hereby . .
repealed N.N...H.H.N.N.N.N.N.N.N N N N N.N N.N.M.N.N. .M.N..
I Section 3; EFFECTIVE DATE: That Clewiston Federal I

........................................................................ this Act shall take ffect immediately -
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the Governor of the State of Florida, I FLO'VETIS
or becoming a law without such approval and LoanAssociation
Savings .
,. Cut flowers for dclh ery'here ,or
You >will please .govern yourselves for -here' : iii-U.- S.by.vfirev .
accordingly. .- II delivery 'an w
20th- of April, A. D. & .- R'
Dated this day ; r' "
\ ...
'J- ;' 1945. '' I .
: = If You Wish.j

,. ''''<, {'? ', 1 DISTRICT By R. Y. JPATTERSON, : Day Phone 82 Night Phone 148WAssembly

GUARANTEED .'.i::1 ,: 'I'I'I'I' Attest: Chairman Supervisors of. the Board of -I I

',, : W. M. JEFFRIES
.' :t'-'>! fr I As Secretary. j .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNN:..:..:..:.:.:..:..:..:..:..:.
Service It. \ ,;. ?.
Automotive Repair : r
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.1 Machine Work" r -'faWi;: ,'r',, ., NOTICE OP MASTER'SSALT? of God ::

and Body Repair Service the undersigned Special :Master in SOUTH CLEWISTON
Painting of the final decree !
Chancery, by virtue ::
'i' of foreclosure entered in thatcertain -
; % : I cause pending in the Circuit 'i' :.
Parts r
Genuine Ford Repair ... I Court of the Twelfth Judicial Circuitof .'s'- Sunday School ...............?..._........__. '10:00 A. M. :::
";"" Florida in and for Hendry County, I' .:. ..

SEE -' in wherein Chancery SUGARLAND being Case DRAINAGE No. 1017, :;: Morning Worship _................_._........' 11:00 A. M. ..}.
DISTRICT a public quasi' corporationunder I s :
the laws of the State of Florida ':' Evangelistic Service ....---....... ..--.- 8:00 P. M. :
Is plaintiff and J. B. HENDRY, 's' ,. '.,1.1 .i
HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS et al., are defendants, will, on 's''s" Weekly Services, Tuesday :.._.:*..._i__,8:00 P. M. l.V
day, :\ra7.. IMS! between the o1\1on-I'

of eleven o'clcck A. :\L. and Servlce.Frida3' ........ M.
Young People's 8:99.P.
the ::
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their It is the I .
erence as 7 -
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life whose opening years have SUNDAY Lesson lowly Fobs ; ..r.;mjiU.l; :!/
been honorably spent which The joys riches
the reward ,of Clothes need a rest too. Don't A bit''of elastic will 'ease the
reverence le cold.I
reaps By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. : .ve me. .
at its c1oseicero.. Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. wear the same thing day after day strain on slip straps. Salvage bits
Released by Western Newspaper Union. wonde.r how, 'a person if you can avoid it. ..' from discarded garments and sew
Those who bT ; into the
I sunshine{ Feels -.-
to the
strap just where it fastensat
6' lives of others cannot keep it fromhcmsct'es. r
.-]. M. 'BARRIE. Lesson for April 22 who never hadhis Machine stitch the drawstring on back. Straps that,, give easilyare

Personality is to a man what shoes pop's and junior's pajamas firmlyat less likely to pull holes in the .
center back. Then it's less lace at the of the
\ } likely top
perfume is to a flower.-Charles Lesson subjects and Scripture 'texts selected ... "
and copyrighted by International h F-soled.n l. to become detached and get caughtin I -.-
M. Schwab. Council of Religious Education; used by .. the
permission. washer. If small bits of leftover foodsare
t Nature knows no pause, in -.- .
placed in for the
progress and development and THE FOUNDING OF ,THE NATION Reinforce .
heavybath' tow- '
your refrigeratorseveral
"of them
attaches' her all 'in ,
L curse on.
els along each side with a bind- may be placed in one pan of wa- ,
action.-Goethc. Exodus 19 24 19:3-8.
r. GOLDEN TEXT-Righteousness exalteth a ing of one-inch tape Strengthensthem ter and reheated for serving. This
The loss of,an,hour is the:loss nation: but sin Is'a reproach to any people. t for the hard pulling men makes one pan do the trick instead

:,' of a part -Proverbs 14:34. and boys give them rubbing hard of "having"' several .small ones to -

WNU Features. after shower baths. wash.

of.ourlife.'a God has a purpose for, the livesof

men and of nations. Happy are .

those who seek,His guidance so that CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT Many of Tokyo's Streets-
.' their lives be directed in right
may And Houses Go UnmarkedIn SNAPPY FACTS
and useful channels.
Made from God's threefold purpose for Israel, ABOUT

which we noted in our lesson of last Tokyo, the world's third larg- I

Premium Grains ] week, could only be worked out' ina DRESS DESIGNINGParisian est city, hundreds of streets are RUBBERProper

nation which was separated unto unnamed and thousands of housesare

Him following holiness in its life Deslg ner.-Designs any type dress unnumbered. .
-plans entire wardrobe for YOU $5. Send r 'Jr\\
and service. photo and details. Satisfaction guaranteed. Moreover, when used, numbers,
Design, 1109 Bnrnet San Antonio. Texas.
I Moses one of the greatest and bear no relation to one another, as,

most able figures of all history, was Farm Machinery Wanted they are usually selected for their inflation is a must

God's"appointed leader. His successis meaning by the owner. Thus a ,for maximum tire service;

i 'explained by his willingness to follow Wanted-Reward, new John-Deere Com- house, numbered 23 might be next and now we have reports of.
bine Model 12-A with motor grain tank. $25
God's leading., ,Hes9ugh, :. will be paid to person furnishing infor. door to 118 and across the street J an ingenious post-war device
that will lead to purchase of same. Earl from 297. which, through series of
I. God's Counsel (18:19)). a
i'f Campbell, 135 W. Front St.. Napoleon. O.
Jethro, the father-in-law of Moses, lights, on the car or 'truck

having'observed: :how he was bur- MISCELLANEOUSWhy dashboard will warn the

dened constantly by the ;affairs of I Round-Trip 'PigeonThe I operator when the pressurein
Work for Others Always. Start your any tire is under what it
the people, came to offer him ad- own. be your own boss. Over 100 practical should be."Ducks .
vice.' He' started in the right place, plans. Enclose stamp for free literature.
Bay & Sons, Distr. Box 1184 Lockhart Fla.
I IS by urging Moses to continue to seek S. army pigeon service ," the amphibious 254-ton

God, yes, to spend 'even more timein PHOTO STAMP has trained many homers to fly trucks now used by the Army, have

the Lord's presence, asking His at night as well as to return to tires that originally were designedby
their base loft when it has been B.F.Goodrich for desert use.The
wisdom and guidance.No YOUR PHOTO ON A GLOSSY STAMP.
Gummed and perforated. Use on letters. tires have broad tread and are ex-
moved from 12 to 15 miles
'"The Grains Are Great foods" man can lead a people in the books, place cards and gifts. Surprise and ceptionally flexible and light in
right if he does not have his' amaze your loved ones. Send picture or their absence. But the men haveso
way weight. These desert tires which
negative with S2 .for 100: $2.50 for 100
Jf.tlK own life in constant touch with the Colortone. far succeeded: in training only went to sea are rendering heroic
e Kellogg's Corn Flakes bring you throne of God. Much of the failureof Cox: : 195-AG PHOTOSTAMP- Georgetown! S. C.. one pigeon to carry a message service in the South Pacific and on
nearly all the protective food elements our day centers right there. We from its home loft to a distant the European battlefronts.

: e essential of the to whole human grain nutrition.declared talk much to other men about our POULTRY FOR SALEWild point and return.

r national and international problems.
Geese, Ducks, Peafowl Pheasants,
There 'are"multiplled meetings and Fancy Pigeons. Prices free. Will buy surplus -
I conferences. They do have value, stock. Jewel Game Farm, Danville, 111. WAIVTETO/ BUY'USED

but very little, unless there is a

seeking of God's will. Invest in Liberty & TROMBONES PIANO ACCORDIONS

.., :f.r. ,day of national repentance and Our fighting men overseas and at

; prayer would do more for us than Buy War Bonds home want and need the band in-

many weeks of discussion and de struments lying idle and forgotten -

bate. We need to seek God's coun- in American homes. Sell them
,: to us. They will be reconditionedand

sel.To aid Moses in administering the resold for use by the men of
-Happy Relief When I Uncle Sam's Armed Forces-we
affairs of the nation, Jethro recom-
guarantee it! Write full informa-
mended the appointment of men who
tion, including asking price to:

(: were to serve as: 'Jifr&v Jfc?*** *j.'r"?V *I>>r" fRED. GRETSCH MfG. CO.
II. God's Counselors (18:20-24).
Muncat Inttnimenl Makers Since 1883
There has been not 'a little criti-
O o J 60 Broadway Brooklyn 11,New'York
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vice. It is pointed out that when

God puts heavy burdens on us, the

is l way out is not to shift the load on tBlllJrrl1tNL ? L.&.. &Jl/L Bandit *

someone else, but to seek God's special :

grace to bear it and to do it "
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There is value in such an interpre- O,
t tation; but when one considers the Q0 0

devout and careful approach of J ethro -
to the matter (vv. 9-12)) and his WHEN CONSTIPATION makes you feel This package contains a combination of minerals producedand
evident desire to glorify God in it all, punk as the dickens brings on stomach compounded by Nature alone, with no artificia11a.-
upset, sour taste, gassy discomfort ; gredients nor man-made drugs. When you mix it with your
\there is ground for believing that heNas take Dr. Caldwell's famous medicineto drinking water, according to directions and drink: Crazy
Water day after day, you join millions who have attackedthe
giving Moses good advice. quickly pull the trigger on lazy "innards" -
cause of their troubles. Gently but surely Crazy Water
The great unorganized host of pos- and help you feel bright and stimulates three main cleansing channels-kidney, skin
: ;. sibly two million people were going chipper again.DR. and intestinal elimination. Crazy Water brings positive
: .CALDWE'.L'r is the wonderful sen t' benefits in faulty elimination the cause and aggravating
through a very difficult experience.Theresultwasdissension na laxative contained in good old Syrup Ns factor of rheumatic pains, digestive orders constipation
1 1'; excess acidity, etc. Get a package of Crazy Water Crystals
; and strife, Pepsin to make it so easy to take.
it 44 at your drug store today.
I often over trivial thingswhich needed MANY DOCTORS use pepsin preparations
to be settled. For all this,to cometo in prescriptions to make the medi- d -- ,-- -, '- -
POCAHONTAS, LOVELY INDIAN Moses' seemed undesirable; there- 'cine'more palatable and agreeable to :,_ : !:::: ,: -'\' '. if> -i :., : :' ,
n take. So be sure your laxative is con- crt..t a: ffill'tl UT t4 t ltt,1l
fore other men were chosen to be ,\ ; { ( ,. 8..8
PRINCESS, SAVED CAPTAIN JOHN tained in Syrup Pepsin. .- ." -\. -- .. -, -. ... .'. '. ". --- ..;:, --
SMITH BY FLINGING HERSELF'' counselors to the people, inter- INSIST ON DR. CALDWElL'S-the favorite -

UPON HIM AS HER FATHER preting for them the law and the of millions for 50 years, and feel
will, of, God. that wholesome relief from I constipation. -
'' WAS ABOUT TO BEHEAD HIM. ,Even finicky children love it. _I
While each of us should carry
I CAUTION: Use only as directed.
every God-given responsibility with III

gladness, that'does not mean that' Oil SOY

FAMOUS AS A we are to as'sume that only we are DR. CAlDWEll'SSEWIA

SYMBOL OF PURITY able to do things. There is no more WAS iYTHERSVRPIlISU

: AND SWEET WHOLE tragic figure than the pastor or

SOME GOODNESS church officer who tries to do'every- lAXATIVE

THE NU MAID + thing. Why not put others to work? CONTAINED IN SYRUP PEPSIN iWI t

GIRL PERSONIFIES Now we come to the solemn and ,

F= THE ONLY I crucial moment when God was readyto ITYOUR8AIA

Q MARGARINECERTIFIED establish His people and they were FOR QUICK RELIEF '

ready to accept: 11 W
BY ITS : : fi e / -
MAKER TO 'BE"TABLEGRADE III. God's Covenant (19:3-8). .. Y -
In the sacred and
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meeting place before 'Mount Sinai, ANTISEPTIC, I'U L 'J &;.
where the ,Lord was to give them
Used by thousands with satisfactory re.>
NU'MAID has the mild, delicate flavorthat's His law (Exod. 20),-they made a solemn suits for 40 years-six valuable ingredi-
covenant with God. ents. Get Carboil drug stores or writo ,
k a favorite on millions of tables. Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Tenn.
V Good cooks prefer it also for seasoning, In preparation for it He reminded

frying, and them of what He had done for themin -
aI 'ygolher cooking the past. God is the unchanging WNU-7 14-45 I

uses. One. If He was tender and gracious JACK: She talked about it all the JEAN: Why, It's fun to make them

toward them in the past, they could way to the station.'..'said she didn't and it's, really easy with my
enter the future confident of His1' think young wives would take the double-quick recipe and Fleisch-

blessing. And so may we! time'to make hot rolls these days! mann's'yellow label Yeastl

Note verses 5 and G, for they giveus

God's great purpose for Israel. May Warn of Disordered

All they had to do was to obey His Kidney.Action' rlfL/ ,

t: voice by keeping His covenant. This Modern life with Its hurry and worry YES, FLEISCHMANN'S IS SO aces SEND FOR
they, in solemn assembly, agreed to Irregular habits, improper eating and ME
do (v. 8)). How different their his- drinking-its risk heavy of exposure strain on and the infection workof DEPENDABLE, AND ITS THE ONLY Fieiscb ::eyJSededifiopof S
-throws HAS eremann
tory-and that of the worldwouldhave the kidneys. They are apt to become YEAST FOR BAKING/ THAT pa famous 409
been had they kept their overtaxed and fail to filter excess acid ADDED AMOUNTS OF 60TH Basket.II De ook "The Bread
t\ prom- and other impurities from the life-giving
fOI IC1ES UD Mill IF 1er]
: blood. VITAMINS A AND D, AS WELL ideas for 0 wonderful

} RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO ise.We lament their failure, but what headache You may, dizziness suffer,nagging getting up backache nights, AS THE 8 COMPLEX. dessert new breads'"rolls,

about us who are so highly favored leg pains, swelling-feel constantlytired .,-. or reads. Hurryse
all worn out. Other signs yours >rd
that we have Christ in our midst? of kidney nervous or bladder disorder are some- I Iys now
Following the making of the cove- times burning scanty or too frequent = -jdul i '!11' w For
which God will urination. 7! 1 i rlte Sta1Jjll rte .
nant ( one day fulfillin the rJll I d COpy
Try, Doan't Pilli. Doan't help \ CeCor Brallds
'" spite of their failure), we have kidneys to pass off harmful excess body J orllted
the giving of the Ten Command- waste. They have had more than half a IJT! jii 477Ne1wYAnnex'I: :, .
century of public approval. Are recommended .
ments, and the establishment of Israel's by grateful users everywhere.A .
neighbor! And all those vitamins go right
center of worship in the tab- your _
Large BottleU>KU tuiam) !?-Small Size 60t ,
C1DTIOI. BU OUT IS CIUCUD* ernacle. It was the dwelling placeof Into your baking with no great loss '--
in the So get Fleischmann'syellowlabel
; II III COOD CROC TOMS 1C IT Mill ll lictljl,jrltldcUll oven. ,always
HBOC CO, I.e. jmtOlllllt 4. FIOI1II precious God !among His people. How DOAN SPILLS Yeast.A week's supply keeps In the Icebox.V. .


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The Clewiaton News ation leave at hornet' Chas ,now been ent .grammar school-having been and the proposed' "new' Cordmynlty,,'ot projects :he ha completed: 249-
transferred to' Hobbs,' New Mexico, erected: In the meantime,' the old Church has. had: a varied experience homes., 27 apartment! buildings, 3-
where he will take a nine weeks' frame building was purchased and: over a considerable number ,' of,
[i factories, 24 warehouses, 9 cold
Published every Friday in Clewiston, course in a B-17 Transition Schoolfor moved to the present location in1;'yetr I I
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, First Pilots. John,recently madea 1928. 'J He is a native of Iowa' but was storage buildings, 17 office, build.- ;
Inc. flight' over .Cl ",'lston bur was ,unable Under the direction of W. O.I I raised and educated in Illinois. He I' lags, 45 bank buildings, 123 public-
to land, much as he .would I Ames, then engineer in charge v\f i received his practical training with'} and sectarian schools and college.
Entered as second class mall matte probably like to have done so. At construction of the Sugar House as a cousin who was a contractor and buildings, 81 store buildings 7 hos- '
February,1,Florida 1827. at under the Post the Office Act of laCTewleton Frederick he has been' flying B-25s. chairman of the building committee I another who was an architect, work-pitals, 12 federal, state and mu-
March I, 1597.C the building 'was stuccoed and plas- ing in the building trades until24 nicipal buh'dlngs, 19 hotels and res-'
Pvt. Shirley Hunter of the Wo- tered. Additions to the rear of the, years of age and in construction taurants, 8 theatres, 5 recreational
SETTLE. PpblUhe man's Air C6rps has returned from building were made in the following -)|. work until the completion of his projects, 2 military armories, 33-
her overseas assignment and is now year for Sunday School rooms. :,p, architectural training.j churches of various denominations,.
Sabecrlpttoa Rate-fZAO Per Tea Friends here will Recently two additional lots 'havai 282 buildings of various
in Jacksonville. I j I Im 1901 he moved to Grand Forks, types. .I
Advertising 'Rate* O. Applleatt.. be interested to learn that she' is been acquired which gives the'church !I IN.I Dak., and maintained offices I Mr. Keck has specialized in public .
now Mrs. Shirley H. Sievers. She properly a frontage of 200 there and in Crookston, Minn., until school work and his been school (
'didn't send any details of when or (II feet on Balboa and 200 feet on Royal ]!j I, 1925, his practice reaching out over architect for the Martin County ,_
Devoted to the advancement and weltare' where her name was changed with Palm. I I several nearby states and in Canada board for nineteen years. Among- '
of Clewleton and Hendry County. 1
her note informing us of a chang On April, '1927, Dr. Wm. T. from Winnipeg west to Calgaryand his latest projects are the Federal
of address. Bailey succeeded the Rev. Mechlinas north to Edmonton. Tiring of Service Men's Club of Stuart and
S .e minister of the church, and there I' the cold after 24 years Mr. and Mrs. the new USO-YWCA club of Fort
EDITOR1M.IIIU.With S-Sgt. Evelyn Hare of Fort Ben- have followed:- Rev. Wm. B. Fur-! Keck moved to Stuart in 1925 wherehe i Pierce. He is now working on a
S ning arrived Saturday spend a gess, Dr. D. Jenkins Williams, Rev. : has continued to practice since. number of post-war projects includ-
ten-day furlough with her mother, I Forrest C. Taylor Rev. John M. For the National' Roster of Scientific ing the local school and church, the-
Mrs. Maude Hare. She was accompanied -' Montgomery (now serving as Chaplain -I and Specialized Personneln'Vashington school to be built as soon as possible-
home by her sister, Mrs. in the U. S, Navy), and the' '''Mr. Keck recently made: and the church designed as a post-
Jimmy Wynn of Valdosta, Ga. Word present minister, Rev. David C. the following report of the number, war project. J' .
also comes this week that S-Sgt. Hancock.
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t.--.:...""=..:..:-.:..:..:..:..:-:....:--xo(..:..."> Leroy Hare Is now stationed at Among persons associated with I AI
Hendricks Field Sebring.
the early organization of the churchwas I"hi
Mr. E. L. Alston, father of : ..1.I ,

History of Community Dave Alston, who waR a member of 'I'IIRD'fI _
the first boar of elders. I
ChurchBy $hopp"
Mr. F. L. Williamson was a member -'
Our i of the: Building Committee appointed -
Boys J. E. BEARDSLEY in 1928. Miss Marion Ley- ,, nOIt9..EZlfl i>
The Clewiston Community Churchwas dig was the first elected treasurer.
I organized at a meeting on No- J. E. Beardsley became one of the
in the 'vember 7, 1926, at which a set of trustees in April, 1928. Dr. J. W., : IJRS : '
| By-Laws for the organization was Ezelle was assistant superintendentof fr. 35e.s 'of.$10. :Dr MoreIj: MOtfTHlY jJAV I' .f ; N 't-.

j I I adopted. Thirtysevenpersons had the Sunday School in 1930. (

Service I signed a petition for the organization -I Other members shown on the 1930
I I of a Community: Church under roll, who are still residents of Clew-
the auspices of the Presbyterian- iston, were: Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Church. Downs Mrs., :R. Patterson- Mrs.
The Reverend E. K. Mechlin of Ruth R. BearlsleArthur Law-
xo-:;....:..: ..:-o.:+: ..:
West Palm Beach began preaching rence, Miss Jamye Williams (Ezelle), FORT MYERS FLORIDA
I services the first Sunday of October, Marshal Yenawine, Mrs. Dorothy -
Lt.. Ed Ward after gradual' steps ,1926. His services were an out- Laner and Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hall.
southward after his return to the I growth of a Missionary Sunday I Although the Community Churchis ---
States from a German prison camp, School started and fostered under affiliated with the Presbyterian
finally got as far, this week, as Miami the direction of ,the Reverend Alex- I Church in the U. S. A., it has been ,
and Mildred, of course Im- 'ander Linn now pastor of the re- the policy of the church and Its I
mediately left for Miami. They expect cently organized. Coral Way Church members to try to avoid all narrow Meet With The I
to be able to pull away from ,'in Southwest Miami denominational emphases. And

the Re-distribution Center at Miami I The Sunday School and the early while they have felt that in order Night Crowd In The Luncheons
Beach next week and come on over Sunday ,
church services were held in what to be of greatest service in the
home. I. was then known as the Administration world they needed a connectionwith -BeautifulCocktail
S I Building of the Clewiston Com- some larger church body with Buffet Dinner 75c
Y 1-c Gus Cantrell, who has been pany-which later became the first facilities for: world-wide service,
stationed for cl long time at Jacksonville !I hospital in Clewiston-located on they have nevertheless endeavoredto and
Naval Air Station, left here'I the Ridge just west of Francisco put the least possible emphasisupon $1.50 up
the first of the week after a leave r Street. denominationalism.The Lounge '
at home. He: goes to Alameda, I Later on services were held in Clewiston. Community Church 1 6:30 to 8:00 12:00 to 2:00 1

Cal., and since he's been asking for I the one-room frame school building has sought, since the time of its or- M. ..
sea duty is hopeful that this' may then located at the corner of Fran- ganization, to welcome persons of : FineWines-and -. e. M. N
mean just that. I cisco Street and Del Rio Avenue, any Christian background. The on- I f

I north of the present- hospital building ly terms of', membership the :. ...,.... ...." .1 LiquorsCLEWISTON'f... ",', Uf." x r, ".,-
F-O John R. Robbins who has conditions of salvation-a profes- j"
been ,stationed at Frederick Army The present church property was sion of faith in Christ and obedienceto
Air Field at, Frederick, Okla:, dur- acquired from B. G. Dahlberg, presi- Him. ': ',.
ing his final training before being dent of the' Southern Sugar Com- INN

commissioned, and since his gradu- pany, and a new school-the press Designer ,of Local School

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Varied ExperienceBert

Service The Home of Good Food and Service
Headquarters D. Kick, Stuart architect
With A Smile
who designed the proposed new 1\
Junior-Senior High School and other
school improvements in Clewiston I II

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THE CANEBRAKEFrom "When you think of the sacrifices our fightpay for the ammunition and fighting equip

ing men are making in this war, it's hard to ment they must have." ..
figure out how we'll ever repay them, isn't "All that still seems kind of small compared -

.it,Judge?" with what they're doing for us,Judge." ,-

$1.25 and Up "Yes, it really ie, Tom. There are only "True, but it's about all we older folk ..
certain things we can do. Such as .write back home can do, Tom. Except one more
them cheerful_letters often. Send them tl1 I.1g. And that is to be sure our fighting men
6 favorite gifts from time to time. Work come home to the same kind of country they
9 TILL 11:30
harder than ever to provide them 'with left behind. The kind of country their letters I
Contrary to rumor, 'the Canebrake Bar and Restaurant will everything they need to finish their job l tell us- they want. Nothing changed that '
be open the -entire summer and will maintain the same service quickly. Buy more and more War Bonds. .- they don't want changed while they're away ,
rendered in the
past. especially during the current drive. to and unable to express their wishes."


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.. Foy Durrence, Mrs.. McLendon and bedstead. Carl E. Johnson l Alma House Trailer,
-i i'l Mrs. Howard Graves being high

> .' t ., and; SOCIETY scorers Other in members these games.present were V 230 E. Arcade Ave. I I Permanent bed, 3 'rooms*

'. Mrs. Gideon Brown, 'Mrs. A. D. '.; :: .- ,, / 1 Itp. Coleman oven stove, 2 8-
; J.. Richardson, Mrs. James Burden, V

':. .......L.AA..AA-ft... .,.A.I'JJ.AJt .. .._ .. .JJ_ J........... ... .. ..... _.. Mrs. G. E. Etnerton, Mrs. J. W. ply pre-war: 'tires, Been
"'''''-''-' '" -' "' C. E. Gericke Mrs. D.
Ezelle Mrs. 12200 miles. C
::;: FOR SALE V I n.be
Miss Laura Matteson weekend Miss Irene Giavelle of West C. Hancock, MJS. Carl Johnson, Mrs. Liberty .

j f. visitor in Miami. Palm Beach was the week-end guest H. B. Magill Mrs. C. L. McLendon, Trailer 23 ft. genuine i seen back of P. O. at
of Miss Alice Savage. Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. M. R. ,

f- Mrs. J. M. Rudd spent a few day.Tin Stroud, Mrs. C. A. Thomas, Mrs L. Frigidaire, electric stove!! Lake Harbor.. ,I ltr>
Fort Lauderdale last 'week. Mrs. O'Neal Walker was a business -' M. Weetman and Mrs. W. D. Wylie.

visitor In Miami tor a few ,days Date rolls, whipped cream and] and oven. Duo Ther !
Mrs H. J. Ogl ;sby and daugh- this week.Mr. coffee were served by Mrs. Larsen FOR SALE: My 7room.

Julia and Nora, and Miss Elsie ;. to her guests. forced air cooling and
spent Friday in Miami. and Mrs. M. A. Thomas and The club will hold its next meet- II completely furnished,
I Miss Ruth Grove were week-end ing the second Monday'eyenlng in{ heating. Fully insulat-
I Mrs. Luther Brown left last weekto May. v I i I electrically equipp e d.
visitors, at Fort Myers: Beach. ed. Two doors
spend some time visiting rela- prewartires
home and 'three lots in
tives in Birmingham, Ala. -
Mrs. Paul Rardin of Canal Point MazzinaMcDuffieMr. original paint -
Ethel Strickland of Moore Haven. You-will
and Mrs. Mae :
, f B. J. Myers. Bruce Beardsley and ,Wauchula were the guests Sunday sleeps four. Trailer has
Gilbert McLeod spent Saturday: 'in and : and Mrs. Hancel McDuffie an- have to see this to
of Mr. Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn. ap-
West Palm Beach. nounce the marriage of their daughter had best of care. Lot 5,

Gloria, to Sgt. G. H. Mazzina, preciate it. Mrs. M. Va-
S-Sgt. Evelyn. Hare of Fort Ben- Clewiston Park.
I :lit: and Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford of San Rafael, California.The Paul
I ning, Ga., and Mrs. Jimmy Wynn of laer.
I' left Sunday to spend a week's vat Valdosta, Ga., are the guests of their marriage took place Saturday W: Campbell. I Itp .

cation- at Islamorado__, C"Miss Fla. mother; Mrs. Maude Hare. evening at eight 'clock at the home I -
of Rev. D. C. Hancock, pastor' of the
Ruby Jean Norton is spending Miss Corrine Baber is leaving this Community Church; who performedthe i I WANTED : To rent ,2I -

this- a week.few days in Daytona: Beach week for Jacksonville. Miss Baber double ring ceremony in the FOR SALE Roycraft I I room cottage by the
of a small group of relatives
has, for some time, been employed presence -

by the sugar company. .. and close friend: The bride's Trailer, 18-ft. factory I[year. Box 42, Moore
Mr. and Mi'?. Robert: Yoder of sister, Miss Betty Jean McDuffie,

West Palm Beach were week-end Kie Hathcock, recently discharged was maid of !Honor and Cpl. Jack built. Sleeps two, gas Haven. 2tp
visitors here. Spears of Buckingham was best I .
from the Army, left last Thurs-
heater and ice box.
\ day for Detroit, Michigan, to entera man. stove,
ttf... Ralph Vaughn and John Dan- Diesel engine school. After the ceremony the couple! Good condition. Price i FOR SALE: Unfurnished

dolph were business visitors iu Miami left for Marianna where Sgt. Maz I
house and lot 3
S on Tuesday. Mrs. Ed Ward left Tuesday to zina is a gunnery instructor with $550. Dan Mueller, San

join LI...Ward. in ,Miami. Lt Wardrecently'retirrned the AAF. After a couple of weeks miles east of Clewiston.

Quinn Ryan who has visited here to the states after Mrs. Mazzina expects to return to Pedro. St., Clewiston,
',for some time, left Friday to return having been\ a prisoner of war in Clewiston and resume her work in I $2500. Call R. Swindle
Fla. I
to his home in Chicago.Mr. I Germany.Miss the tabulating department of the Itp. i
United States Sugar Corporation of- 28-R if interested. 2t,
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Julia Savino Miss Mona 'fiu.
:: and Mrs.. ,Clyoe Conley and I and
., Mancuso, who have the -
Mrs. spent past
W. P. Conley Were the guests
few months visiting Mr. and Mrs. PARTY ,
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rogers of Pa-
bOkee Sunday afternoon. Lou Mancuso, left Wednesday to re- GIVEN: TUESDAY AFTERNOONMiss :
; turn to their borne! in New York. Mack's Drug Store

Corrine Baber, who 'left this _
Captains Robert Hutchinson andB. week to make her home in Jacksonville -

S. Pritchard of BuckinghamField was honored Tuesday after- /
were visitors here on Wednesday noon with a surprise farewell party

,- and attended the meeting of at the home of Mr. and Mrs: Ray- Excellent'' Prescription Service7A.M.11P.M.

\' the Kiwanis Club. mond Sligar..
> Refreshments of ica cream cake
AMM 1-c Paul Slonaker and AMM: : and an iced drink were served to .

DAILY MATIXKi:--3s45 I'1.: 1-c Pete Geoskey, stationed i in Miami Mrs. Maude Hare, Mrs. Thos. E.
,', NIGIIT-7 A ft P. M.SIT. the of Mr.
were, guests and Mrs. Markette Mrs. '
S. P. Slonaker PHONE 20
last week and attended
; a-a--9P.M. : Raymond Sugar, Miss Letha Stacey,
< the Sugar Mill dance Mrs.. Neil Dwyer, Miss Gervis Hath-

!I. JWEEK BEGINNING APRIL 22 cock, Mrs. Sara Morice, Mrs. Jack
, Miss Ruth Conley, Miss Lillian Prince and Mrs. John McManus.

SUN. & MON., APRIL 22 & 23 Kinney; Pvt. Samuel Mitchell r.f .:.1:1.:N:N:N:N:N:11:N:Ni1. :N:N:N:N:N:1:.N:M:IN. :N.N:N:N:N:M:N:N:N.H:N.N:N:N:N:N.N:N.N N. :N:.:.N:N:N.N:N:N:N:N:N:w
NOTE Prisoner ,of War Detachment and CHARLES! HAS ? ?
Slums Start, 3-6-9 P. M. TWIDDY -
Parker Bost of Ft. Pierce, were BIRTHDAY PARTY y
in West Palm Beach Sunday after- y
' FIRST TIME AT POPULAR PRICES! noon. ,Mrs. A. G. TWiddy--'-- entertained at

TIff SONG of I Mr. and Mrs Ernest Denslow,and her last home week for Thursday her son, 'afternoon Charles, the of Information Needed J Jy !

Miss Charlotte Darrow
who have
occasion being his sixth birthday. .
BL/ been the guests of Air and Mrs. C. Games 'I ':
: Zell were enjoyed on the lawn
E. Bailey, left Sunday for Tampa, after which cake and ice Cream! were

before returniug to their homes in served to the little guests. Those I:i: ::
c LATEST Clermont and Washington, D. C. enjoying the affair were Mary : V\ e deliver telegrams, special; delivery |._.
Catherine Francis, Lamar 'McLen :: letters and special delivery packages. :S i
f. Gus. Cantrell, .
Yeoman 1-c left
I TUES. & WED., APRIL 2- -2oDOUHLE t don Patsy Elder, Elsie Anderson. 'y.. *..
this a'furlough

FEATURE with week his parents after spending, Mr. and Mrs. G. ing Mary, Dale Jane Perry Lee, :Martha, Sarabeth Jean Nowl-Sikes, :!: In order to give prompt service, to give ::

.' L. Cantrell.in Jacksonville Gus expects, after being Gene Thompson, Bonnie Faye, Dur- :!: information and answer inquiries which are :;_
e for a' few
.t': Marilyn Hancock,
; v' ,to be sent to California. Howard :_: that furnish ::
fil V ;1DR/i Graves, Jay Barts, Edward Hall. received daily, we (are asking you i

Pri' 1 Mrs. P.. A. Slonaker and daugh- Larson Virginia Godwin, Karl Larson, Eric I:i:; us with the name of :the head of your home, :;_z:
Phillip Roland, .
, I tel',' Louise, arrived last week for a Doughtrey," Jennings Ezelle and I:!: the names of thee members of your household :
>: I visit with her father-in-law; S. P. Glenda Sue Etherton.Assisting i
with different the of
, (: Slonaker. while awaiting the arrival a surname, name your ;;
Twiddy her
='t.:V.< -also- I of T-Sgt. Slonaker' from Camp sister, Miss Maylene Hamilton was :;: street and the house number, your phone number ,;:_;:
, ':. I ,' :: and your P. O. box number. :ii,
:, Mrs.: Sue' Cockrill, ?
I who has been :ENTERTAIN MOTHERSThe f

. :\ visiting her son, Jv T. Cockrill, and ::' Please print plainly and mail to leave atLankford's :{
1.-, ". Mrs..Cockrill for the past, few weeks, Girl Scouts of Troop No. Two or
I left this week to return to her homein entertained their mothers Thursday .
., A ailbgolOrwellwkua ,- Washington. D. C. Mrs. '
Cock evening of last week at a Mother-
I f
f.;;:' PICTURE Washington.Mrs.rill will visit. in Atlanta en route. to Daughter party. Patrol I of the I ;:':, Taxi Service ti

troop planned the decorations of the :f( ,
t, THUIIS. & FISI., APRIL 26-s.7 room, corsages for: the mothers, as I'y ,
,. Elbert Stewart has y
returned well
--:-- as name tags for each person. I 'y

i S accompanied from Tallahassee Representative where she had Patrol II planned and served the ::: Keep informed of changes in address. ::
l ..;; 'M-oM ,,"u..$1.C\\ Stew refreshments of sandwiches, cookies I: us ,
art for the present session of legis :
and fruit punch j I. '
R- 'f1\\ Jl'o\\10 lature. Mr. Stewart was also home Both patrols participated in the '.y:..:..:..:..:..:-..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..':..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..
for the week-end, the legislativesession
entertainment with
a variety pro-
i :\ O/ll..c1\THE DRAMATIC, having been recessed Thursday gram cf songs verse and a play -

t, BLOCK-BUSTER I I velt's upon death.news of President ,Roose Margaret Himiod, the troop poetess,

'. composed a Girl Scout poem for the /
f<:" LATEST WOULD X&AVS: MRS. WILSON ENTERTAINS--- occasion while Betty Joy Baylor Surf Cottages
HRIDGE' recently left for Virginia, was
e;. ... SAT UUP AY, APRIL 28TII the authoress ,of the play, "Edith
. : Goes Shopping."
R. C. Wilson
entertained her]
, The music for the ovening included -
bridge ;club on
Wednesday after- a solo by Maureen Johnson, a -
noon. Firsts prize winner was Mrs. '
: specialty quartette with Mary David- 9 MILES NORTH OF PALM BEACH
J. E.
Beardsley second'was
:; Mrs. ,
tt F. E. Conkling. son, Betty Lou Davidson. Margaret I '. _
Guests Himrod and Mary Lois Hawkins plus 1:. HIGHWAY NO. 1
playing for
1 members several
songs by the entire troop.At .
were Mrs J. V.
Francis .
the close of, the program all : '
> R. M. Bishop and Mrs. R. J. Bestor. the mothers coined ,. .,
in the game '
; Others playing; were Mrs. Otto Larsen y-
-. "Fishing the Tling in the Circle." .'
F. .Deane Mrs. Duff.Horace ,' Bestor and Mrs Following the awarding of the Spend 'your vacation at your local beach resort. One

",' : prizes, refreshments; were served '
f'.;;:' 4 TGll Mrs. Wilson, following the play and everyone stayed to get better and two room efficiency cottages Hotel Rooms -
r. ? ing, served chocolate pie
and coffee. acquainted ..
<" Dining Room Cocktail Lounge., -- -


'BAT :MAN" NO. 12
i: -
The Mother's Club, of the Clewte- .
'{, The :Manager will give a :FREE ton Community Church, enjoyed a LOST Chromium For Reservations
Meek's pass to the Dixie Crystal delightful social evening at the homeof : Ply-

-,t' to the T>ui child dle of bringing clothing in for the the'll'largest club's Mrs.new Otto officers Larsen, last Mrs.week.C. L.'Ic The- mouth hub cap, if found Write 623 30th Street Call 8940w

..Relief Drive. Lendon, president, and Mrs. '''T... ,M. return to J. K. Rogers, WEST PALM BEACH +
Hudson, ,
secretary became active

il that evening:: reward.. J 11. i I, I -




Partners Couldn't Tolerate I United Nations' Parley rye 3 U ;J, T '' Quite.Obviously That L

Each Other, Yet SucceededOne ; ; Was the Wrong Question :

Holds Hope of Worldk p,1'Ain't.It Two G.I.s on a day off were
of the strangest partner- strolling along a suburban road
that of Gilbert and Sullivan '
ships was
outside London
So? when they saw on
who, between 1871 and 1896, "Who are those people who are a hillside a building which said

collaborated respectively as librettist in producing and.com-14 Russia Important Factor in Outcome of Peace tea. cheering?" asked the recruit on over its archway "Hall of Rememb'rance" -
poser the train. -'the British phrasefor
of the most popular and profitable Conference; U. S. Delegation Working "Thosq," replied the veteran, crematorium. With usual G.I.
in musical history. Owing
operas I "are the 'people ,who are not go- curiosity one of them went in to
to their low regard and intense dislike For Successful Formula. i ing." see what it was.
for each other these men
--- Moments later, he came flyingout.
rarely met, preferring to "work .
Miracle To the other's question as
together" through the means of By'BAUKHAGE' "The old army _discipline can sure I to why the haste,,the investigating
correspondence.Three cork wonders with the G.I. "
News Analyst and Commentator. women replied:
times, in fits of anger, "How do you figure that?" "Darned if 'I know I walked in
they broke off their partnershipand WNU Service, Union Trust Building, of the official Russian mind, I can- "Well, after_my wife joined the WACt and there were a lot of people in .
tried collaborating with new Washington, D. C. not understand the hysterical at- she uori'th 'same hat for two years." black standing around a pit from : -

associates,'only to find that neither I walked down the cool, twilit cor-' tacks in the Russian press on Walter which flames seemed to be '
successful work Lippman for instance, who'has beenin When money talks, nobody pays .
could produce a ridor of the senate' office buildingand coming. All I said was:
much attention the
without the other. out into the warm spring sun. i the first ranks of those who urge to grammar. 'Hi, folks, what's cooking?' "
As I crossed the threshold, the lighton Russo-American unity; attacks on
I the bright white marble steps Senator. Vandenberg against whom
AT FIRST blinded me and for a second I they throw their whole book of anti-
LION OF A groped downward blindly.As fascist vocabulary when he is on I
I stood a moment recoveringmy record as supporting a three-power lla E61TTEII : :
0 II iuSE666 equilibrium the thought flashed treaty for disarming the axis which 'SI : -
through my mind that this experi- would be the basis of the chief thing DR D S IaRGEST SEIIER AT tat

ence was very much like the longerone Stalin wants-an agreement of the 1
which preceded it. I had been only two great powers besides his

directed talking with Vice President Truman, own country, which would guarantee )
Cold Preparations at Russian security.
Senators Connally, Vandenberg
others about the forthcoming meet- I do understand all this. I do

ing in San Francisco of the United not accept the propaganda which
FLUSH KIDNEY URINE Nations.I tries to say that communist govern-
recalled Truman's nervously en- ment is democracy. But there is i iWED.THURS.FRI.SAT.
Benefit wonderfully from famous ergetic speech as- he assured me one thing which sold me on playing

doctor's discovery that relieves that, he was giving his time to just ball with Russia. That is the pa-

backache, run-down feeling due one thing: acting as liaison betweenthe tient, earnest and convincing argu- .

to excess acidity in the urine President and the senate to keep ment of former Secretary of State 7:15: s. m. (CWT); 8:15 i. m. (EWT) ..,.,
the chief executive and the legisla- Cordell Hull, who certainly has no SUNDAY .
People everywhere are finding amazing tive leaders as nearly in step as pos- more love for communism than he 8:15: a.m.(CWT): 9:151.m. (EWT)
relief from painful symptoms of bladder sible.I has for fascism, who was never accused Your Favorite CBS Station
irritation caused by excess acidity in the
urine. DR. KILMER'S SWAMP ROOT recalled Senator Vandenberg's of wandering with his headin wtv
acts fast on the kidneys to ease discomfortby him the clouds or of trying to reform
promoting the flow of urine. This pure expression as I left plunged
herbal medicine is especially welcome deep in the thousand extra tasks and the world, or square the circle, and /;: briG
where bladder irritation due to excess worries which his function as Re- although he has faith a-plenty hewouldn't
acidity is responsible "getting up at
nights". A carefully blended combinationof publican member of the delegationhad 'try to move a mountain
16 herbs,roots, vegetables, balsam; Dr. plunged him. He had said: without a,bulldozer.His .
,Kilmer's contains nothing harsh, is absolutely '
In Tame that
non-habit forming. Just good ingredients "If San Francisco doesn't succeed it argument boils down to this: KEEP place. unruly
look. Add lustre
marvelous that effect.many ,people say have a will be the greatest moral blow: the Russia and America need each oth- YOUR hair well groomed with
Send for free prepaid sample TODAY! world has ever experienced." er. Russia knows this. There are I Horollne l Hair Tonic. Large

Like that you thousands did. Send of others name and you'll address bo glad to 'I thought of Connally's careful policy fewer obstacles to a practical understanding H A_ R bottle 25c. Sold everywhere. y,.. ....

Department A, Kilmer & Co., Inc., Box of withholding public commentor between the countries
1255 Stamford, Conn. Offer limited. Sendat quotation concerning the coming than there are 'reasons why we ... ...... .... .
once.All druggists sell Swamp Root. conference, except carefully thoughtout should work together for mutual) X1, I ,; ;; : 're. .

statements or speeches such as benefit. feet l; e y VERONICA
the he will make in the senate
one Sponsors ProvisionsFor r-: N G
before the conference. His is the .,-' I caOUGUI '

Which of his two delicate task as senior administration AdjustmentsThough I ?. ACEBejore the
on the delegationof it is generally agreed that I p art ''The pVlO' .
aides: will he come maintaining a balance betweenthe the support of.the American peopleof :/""/ \: urse1f star VI3WT'0". a Paramount them te u dwell :

views of the Republican mem-, any international organization of I is one of, .iawho use
home to. bers represented on the delega- which Russia is a part depends on For cough and throat Irritations resulting groomed lloUYwOOpowder.staU

tion, the administration's viewpoint, the conduct of the Kremlin betweennow ; from colds or smoking, millions use Calox'FoothRobbins.. lne.
Mrs."Gay'"or Mrs."Glum"3' and his. own and other personal and the end of the San Fran- McKesson Conn.

views. After all, as senate majority cisco conference, Senator' Vanden- Bridgeport, TOOTH

Irritable,depressed moods are often leader-he'is responsible for help- berg goes farther than, that. He says I.i"i UX) POWDER
related to constipation. Take Nature's ing to carry out, a policy which not that the support' of the necessary Ca'
Remedy (NR Tablets). Contains no only *a "majority,' but two-thirds two-thirds of the,United States sen- ,
chemicals: no 'minerals, no phenol the senate will accept. ate for'any organization which, recognizes -
derivatives.NR Tablets arc differentact international organization
I also thought of the wide vari-
different. Purely vegetable Really soothing because they're
depends upon inserting into the :
combination of 10 vegetable ingredients ance of views expressed by mem- document which defines it, what he : really: medicated. Each F &: F :
formulated_over 50 years ago. bers of both houses not directly con-_ calls ; Cough Lozenge gives your throat ;
clause. That
an "escape
escape -
Uncoated or candy coated, their nected with the negotiations and of a 15' minute soothing treatment
action is dependable, thorough, yet the great reticence ,of many who clause would permit the readjusting that reaches all! the way: down...be- I
gentle, as ,millions of NR's have hesitate to express any view at this ,of certain conditions now low the gargle line. Only lOt box. 1 I

proved.. Get a 25ji box today..or time. existing, certain sore spots which he .....................................
larger economy size. All druggists. feels may become cancers. The escape -
And I thought of the out-and-out t 1
Caution: Take only as directed.NR clause would permit the Unit-
isolationists; a very few who admit
TONIGHTTOMORROW ALR1GH1ALL.'VEGET that position and others whose ed Nations to escape from any restriction 1

doubts and suspicions battle with which prevented what they
ABLE LAXATIVE what they feel has been the strong feel is the righting of wrongs. '. IF SO

trend for wholehearted cooperation "Injustice," Vandenberg, "isa WATCH OUTThe
which the various polls and other strait jacket and you can't keep l o r6 Insects

media of public expression appear to the world,in a strait jacket." ( though medical a person profession may be cured knows of_com-that
register. Of course, there are a lot of Polish on mon malaria they may have it come
td TAEt ZlETS-PR back on them. So. if you are once more
votes in
These kinetic thoughts movingnow Vandenberg's constituencyand Shrubs
; feeling tired, 'run down have pains in
in harmony, now in friction, a member of congress is such back and legs, feel weak and bilious, no
ONE WORD SUGGESTION seemed suddenly to have generateda by virtue of, and the powers he exerts 4 Vegetablesand appetite fever haven't and nervous struck-you though yet chills and you and

blinding light that burst into the are delegated by, the people have common malaria-it doesn't: pay to
FOR ACID INDIGESTION- shadows of'the complacent assur- who put him in office. Nevertheless, take any chances. Try a bottle of Oxi- l

.......,- ance which had enveloped me and he is not,speaking merely for his flowersTobacco give dine.you Oxidine iron a to made help to creation combat malaria of red ...

'TUMS left me a' little dizzy. What a tremendous Polish constituents when he talks 1 I I By-ProducU blood cells. If the first bottle doesn't
& Chcmlul Corp.Inverpor.td satisfy you your money will be returned.
..... opportunity seems to be about including in the jurisdiction of Oxidme has been used for over SO years.
offered to a' war-weary world; whata the United Nations, the administering I LouI.v111.2It.ntu.YyHere's Get a bottle today at your drug store.
fatal possibility if the effort fails. of justice. That is the trade-
mark he wants to put on any or-
Fear of Russia ganization which comes out of San
Shades FutureIt Francisco.

is clear that such doubt and sus- Other members of the delegation a SENSIBLE way

picion' as may have arisen as to the have trademarks of their own. But NN'' to relieve MONTHLY Constipationis

possibility of failure of achievementof as nearly as I can judge all are

world cooperation arises chiefly willing to make considerable sacri- MLE N the cause of
from one thing: fear of Russia. Nextis fice of their personal views, rather
the feeling in some quarters that than shake the world's morale with Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable' Com

Churchill's inability- always to get failure produce. .anything. periodic pound famous pain but not ALSO only accompanying to relieve! Much Suffering ,I

along with Stalin bodes ill for tri- nervous tired, hlghstrung eel1ngs-
I ?; party harmony and some feel that The safety record of the rail- when due to functional monthly dis-
J.J'I the United States instead of trying roads in the present war is much build turbances.upresistance Taken against regularly-It such symp-helps Constipation for a long may time cause but unless no symptoms cor-

to bring the two closer together better than that in the First World toms. Plnkham's Compound helps nature rected will,finally Impair the health.
7J1u"! should identify American interestsmore war, the Interstate Commerce com- Follow.label directions. Try It! Symptoms associated with advancing
closely with Britain mission /JllH_ VECETABLE constipation are loss of appetite
as opposed reports. tired
4& E (i heavily coated tongue feeling
those of Russia. This is the commission
to1 true, pointsout and mental depression. Headache k
Then, there is still the unhealedsore despite the fact that there has dizziness, anemia, and skin disturb- l:..
\ (: which President Roosevelt's been a substantial increase in the ances such as acne are commonly ex
lB perienced. In severe cases, neuralgia
v personal emissary,. Edward Flynn, last few years in the number. acci- and joint pains occur. Indigestion, (
\ has been trying to heal, the friction dents arising from the operation of with gas formation and colic, and
<<'doDON'T between the Vatican and the Krem- trains and the number of casualties piles and fissures frequently add to
the discomforts of severe chronic
resulting therefrom.
TAKE CHANCESWith lin.Lastly and perhaps more disturb- "It appears," the commissionsays cases.No matter how many other medicines
ing is what appears to be unilateral "that for each class of per- favorite household antiseptic dressing you may have tried for con-

Cuts,Burns,Saddle Sores! action toward small countries on son the fatalities were much greater and liniment OF for MYRRH 98 yearsHanford'sBALSAM It contains PREPARATION stipation, we urge, with you to the try under B-L
the part of Russia in spite of the in World War I than they were in soothing gums to relieve the soreness and standing that B-L PREPARATIONmust
Infections work fast. .on livestock Yalta agreement.Now World War II, the total for all ache of over-used and strained muscles. bring you satisfactory resultsor
as well as human beings. those persons like Vice Presi- classes being 10,087 in 1917 and Takes the sting and itch out of burns, your money back. Caution: Use

Keep your eye peeled for minor dent Truman, who take the more 9,286 in 1918 compared with 5,337in scalds ing, wind insect and bites sun, oak burn and chafing ivy poison-and only as directed.-Adv.

cuts, burns, saddle or'collar positive and more hopeful view, feel 1942 and 5,051 in 1943. In the two chapped skin. Its antiseptic action less
galls,bruises and flesh wounds. that some of these factors have been decades prior to our entry into the ens the danger infection whenever the

; .-.-- -" Smart stockmen have relied for built into bogey-men, that granted I present war, notable progress was Ida Keep is cut a or bottle broken.handy for the minor -ir
years on soothing time-tested they exist as facts, that Churchilland i made in reducing railway acci- casualties of kitchen and nursery At

rter'sAntlsepticOil.KeepIt Stalin don't always see eye to I dents, and especially those resultingin your household druggist-trial size 65f economy size bottle size $1.25.3St;
hand for
on emergencies and eye and that even less sympathy exists -I casualties to passengers and em- a C. HANFORD MFG. CO. Syracuse, N.Y. ''s ;,CARRY THEFLFASrNATSPREW
use only as directed don'tgive between the Catholic church and ployes. In 1932 and again in 1935 buta Solo makers of 0 I

infection. chance!At yourdruggist's. the head of the Communist party, single passenger was reported as ,
none of these situations need affect killed in a train accident although a e

the creation of an international or- 18 and 24 respectively in those years lli ,
ganization.As were killed in the train-service acci- ) r

I to fear of Russia. Well, frank- dents, as in getting on and off
ly, I"cannot'understand the workings cars." FOR 6 YEARS

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eering training since entering the 'I Games are played each afternoon I have charge of preparations for the' CLEWISTOX COMMUNITY ,
Clewiston Sergeant Army. Tuesday through Friday at the supper., CHURCH .
Helps 'Lay Pipe Line Sgt. Charles L. Roberts of Clewiston Sugarland Park Field at 6:00.I I The suppers which have been serv- Da\id C. Hancock, Minister
is a member of this company. There is no admission charge: audi I led in the past have been very successful -
the public .is cordially invited to at- I and it is hoped that a good SUNDAY. ARIL 22, 1945
4'- WITH THE U. S. FORCES, -- Welcoming-In Party tend these games. representation of the men in the Sunday School, 9:46: a. m., Dr. C.
'FRANCE-A group, of Army men Gold diamondballs will be awarded .:community will be present to insure E. Gericke, superintendent.
one of the engineering I to 'the members of the winning this one's Morning
f who accomplished Great Success success. Worship, 11:00 a. m. A'
.t feats of the-war in Europe, I team in aech half of the tournament nurse y for small children is conducted
laying of a six-inch oil and gasoline and each half will last five FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 'by the Mothers' Club at the
Marking the beginning of a new ,
'Pipeline from the Mediterranean invasion weeks. H. C. MEA DOlt, Pastor Community Center..
at Riddle Field, the Cadet
: beaches to the American and Club held one of its most successful I Next Tuesday the PWD will play "The Interpretation ,of Prophecy"
French Armies on the southern end welcoming-in parties on Wednes- the town team, Wednesday Riddle "THE SINGING CHURCH". I[ is the theme of the minister's aer-
of the Western Front:in France, has Field will play U. S. S. C., Thursdaythe
day evening of last week. A large Sunday School-9:45 a. m. I mon.You
been announced by the Army. number of hORtesses and old and town team will play'Clewiston Morning Worshlp-l1 a. m., are cordially invited to worship -
The men are members of the High and Friday the Moore Haven : with
I .
the danc- Rev. Entzminger
cadets enjoyed speaker. -
new course : I' .
701st Engineer Company, .commanded school will play Riddle Field.. Tuesday
ing and the refreshments which Training Union-6:45 p. m.
by Captain, Alexander B. at Moore Haven, Clewiston High I I ST. MARGARET'S
were so kindly: donated by many Evening Worship-8:00 p. m.,
'Osborn, 619 Mulberry Street, Clarks '
will play Moore Haver and, on Wed I Rev. -
the ladies of the town. Entzminger'spealier.
'burg, West Virginia, according to; nesday the USSC will play the PWD.I .Fr. Peter J. Reilly Pastor
Headquarters, Continental Advance Despite the fact that no dancingis I The services: of the revival will .
I school games the local high Mass: Clewiston
Section, Southern Line of Communi- allowed for the cadets during the I school team has played five games I I continue throughout this week. Pahokee 11:00 a. m.
cations. thirty day period of mourning for i' ,Services will be daily at 9:30 a. m., a. m. ;
and .won four the single loss being ,
the late President Roosevelt, Wednesday I and 8:00 p. m. There will be no .
They pushed the line forward at' j to Belle Glade 9 to 0. They had ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL "
evening, ot this week saw morning servioe on Monday. You
1 the ,remarkable rate of 15 miles a previously beaten Belle Glade by 121 I CHURCH,
of the most successful eveningsthat are cordially invited, to attend and
right'on heels of one I
Harben and
day and kept the to 6. Frank Raymond I
the Cadet Club has experienc- I receive share of the
your blessings.
the advancing American! Seventh Trice are doing the pitching for the I Services every, unaay at 8:30a.
'and 'French First Armies, despitethe ed. An excellent representation of high school. I I There will be a most enjoyable song m., at Clewistom Community
cadets and spent the'1' service each
were present evening preceding the
fact that they were subjected to
trequent ,air and artillery attack. evening playing games 'and cards j Church To message. Good old-fashion songs Church.THE REV. S. D..MASO ( .
with the hostesses.It I' Community are sung and songs: you love to sing. '
Though a number of men in the Priest in Charge
is especially urgent, now that Be with'us ev>ry night this week.
I -company had past experience laying the dancing must be eliminated for I Have Men's Fellowship There will 'be services this Saturday -

, pipelines and some came from the three 'more weeks, that all young j I Supper Tuesday NightA I. night, 8 p. in. NOTICE, OF FOR INTENTION PASSAGE OF TO APPLY
oil sections of Texas, Oklahoma and
western Pennsylvania, the others ladies come to the Cadet Club and I ,; We want to have the: biggest attendance SPECIAL OK LOCAL. LEGISLATION
I help to continue the success of the --- j[I in all worship services this -
from all sections of the NOTICE IS
came country HEREBY GIVEN That
and received all of their engin I past Wednesday evening. 1 supper, sponsored by the Men's 1 1[ Sunday that we have ever had. We at the session of the Legislature of
Fellowship of the Community Church I[ are striving for over 200 in Sunday Florida, now convened, application
will be
made for
Diamond Ball League I will be held at Community Center I School and an increase in Training 01' local legislation the, passage the substance of special of
next Tuesday evening at 8:00 o'- Union. Let us make this next Sunday which will be as follows;
i'i'r' .. clock. The invitation to attend is''I An Act providing for the liquidation -
i\..i. Begins Season 1 a' great day: of the affair of "Lake Har-
'.t r1I $ J '' extended to all men of the community i bor Drainage District," created
8 who interested in church j Prayer ser'icesare conducted I by Chapter 22197, Laws of Florida,
'JJa are
'The Glades Softball League fin each evening just before the evening Acts of 1943; authorizing the Boardof
work. I Supervisors of the District to
stoP ished one week of playing this week service. Time, 7:45.: make disposition of the assets of
/ ff : with the following results: United J Dr. Francis l\Iorton..Fox, of West "j "0 Lord, revive thy work in the the District and to levy taxes to
Palm Beach, will give what promises | pay obligations of the District
States Sugar Corporation defeated )! of the years, in the midst of conferring jurisdiction upon Courts
the Clewiston High School 4 to 1.1 I to be a very interesting speech. j the years make known; in wrath remember to enter a decree dissolving the

e/f6ifl// I It. The Town Team defeated Moore Haven i j John Randolph, Gideon Brown mercy."--_Ha... 3:2. District-and of the providing District.for the abolishment -
9 to 5. The Prisoner of war : and Richard Heath are the committee J' '- DATED this April 19, 1945.
i t.. Detachment defeated Riddle 'Field in charge of the affair while the |, Do your part to help win this war I LAKE HARBOR Secretary DRAINAGE,
" 8to4. i r Woman's Association of the church Ij by buying War Bonds now. f It. DISTRICT.

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r, "From whcrt'l' read',' it may bo I m ;;:; A Place Here fcM

2 or3yeors! .after.the war 4i Florida has A> UJST
T come a long way. j \( ( JeJ\ -\j J

-- before >can get a new car. Proud as a kid with new red boots, LINE* fii)'

saving hisold, car!" tomorrow (March 3)) celebrates its 100th L0R VA /24j!

( anniversary as a state If not altogether -

,p a happy birthday, it is an impressive one

;/ / r g 'i and one which calls for reflection j

z The immediate thought is that Florida -- -' '

/ / ? & surely has come a long way and that t4 \

is a correct thought It is, however, inadequate ALA' S C

5-//-- to stop here What Florida has 'A $4 .-

had in the past is interesting What it % GA.

/4;. has in the future is important. '

Florida, most Floridans agree-and it -i..

is a view shared by much of the Nation .

p, A /cr"::4 -has the brightest future of anystatein _,a, Y:; ?< 1'q I
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"Luckily, I iJclked.'it'-over with the Union. It has its own unmatchedclimate ( *

Gulf -L q which will increase in appreciation ,
i my man..Gulfpride and ,
r' Gulflex** 'were his answers. 1 as the years go on. It has built fine

and attractive and cities It t
prosperous ; %,
Give my car regular treatment .
has forward and (
brought developed expanded j
with them he said and
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-1 its unique and still yet hardly
: I'd be pretty certain !it win
: touched agricultural empire It has numerous

: :: rast. -" iA; natural resources still untapped /sehobe

GULFPRIDE c'% ; Certainly Florida has come a long way

; but it has a long way to go. To attain its

,: FOR YOUR MOTOR i),:; h4i possibilities, its- true position of great $ with resPectQrt

,,. An oil.that's TOUGHm: ,;/4 ness, it must realize that so far as actual toyinqtTn / ( /

I measured it is still
accomplishments are 44j
capital letters.. .protects /
:' against carbon and sludge! / / '/j at the beginning The first 100 years, in .

: 1 this instance nowise the hardest
j -%!> # are
Florida is just at the beginning. People sss&s

FOR YOUR CHASSIS are only now beginning to know how r

Knocks out friction at up to travel, and to have the fast and desired

to 39 vital chassis point means to do it. Science has just '

1 Protection; plusJ / / ;__/ started to learn what to do with the .

State's citrus and agricultural products.5S .

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J 5t; ft-//*_ "" Today, war prevents the usual centennial tA Jr i

celebration for- Florida. It does .' ., ..

Lf' not, however, obscure what the State has &,

,. done or what the State may do.

Florida has lifted itself from -
g ,: swamp I i

l//c and slavery to such settings as Coral ) _ 1
: :.-.1 Gables, the Bok Singing Tower and the .*&i o

f ft eil Ringling Art Museum What could be \

"47 :':' .' -.----, more fitting for this fountain of youth?

; 1! ,1 :iiirrriT1iT'Iii' -Editorial from THE TAMPA TIMES

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FRiDAY, .'..nIL 2O, 1945

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I telegrams which are also delivered.II Wounded Clewiston \ ... "
Plans. Are- The manager, J. M. Lankford, "'
states' that if the plan is successfulthat Soldier Released I -

Continued iron page 1) he may; compile a complete city: i
From HospitalTHE .
debt. In the meantime;, directory which would be of great
S ?nsome
! < which is being raised Is benefit to everyone at this time. It MirrApianos'
invested in war bonds, thusServing is asked that oach head of a house 61ST GENERAL HOSPITAL. ,
:bs ing
two-fold purpose. hold list his proper name and also ENGLAND .-- Private George J.
'The estimated a cost of the building -[ the names of any others who resideIn I Poole, 19, of Clewiston, has now re-
* "is $25,000 of which considerably,j his household of a different sur covered at this United States Army
more than half has already been name, street name and' number, tele' hospital, from shrapnel wounds received The graceful, unique styling built into our fine
pledged. | phone number and post-office box: at Bastogne, Belgium on
ba'ised or at this hospitalhe their original rich, full, musical
erection of the sanctuary number. January 16. While MirrApianos preserves: !

Although is to be the delayed building for committeewill the three-,Revival Services received by a expert period medical of convalescence.care, followed tones. The eye sees a small piano, but the ear hears that i\ t..
;year period I for re-
' continue to function. Mr. Owen I He has now been released a sonorous musical tone that is possible only with adequate
serving, as chairman of the finance Are Now UnderwayAt ; turn to duty. \ ....
ommittee He is a member of a Glider unit.I sounding board
committee, a sub- I ChurchRev. string lengths and generous area.
March 31,
building committee, while Baptist He entered the Army on
1944. His parents, Mr. and Mrs.
2vir. is chairman of the subcommittee ,
on promotion. It is plan Thad Entzminger, began a; Epstine A._. Poole, live at Clewiston.-- The MirrApiano involves no compromise with tone ;

ned that at certain times during series of revival meetings at the --
this period, entertainment'! features j I Baptist Church the first of this Assembly of God Church or touch. The mirrored turret housing the pin plank and ,

will be held so that residents of I week which are' being well attended.
becomes traditional expanding
I tuning pin assembly a room
Clewiston may have an opportunity The series will continue on through To Sponsor

to aid inthe erection of the new and' next week. I wall decoration, rather than a part of the piano.

better .Community Church. Prior to each service there is a musical Harts will begin revival -]I -

special song service. A' morning services Tuesday night, April

Red Cross- i service is being held daily; except ; 24, at the.Assembly of God Church.I I I We do have a limited number of these' fine Pianos ..
9:30 a. m. and evening
Monday has an-:
The pastor R.
--:-- services at eight o'clock. \ nounced that these artists have conducted -I available,, for i immediate, delivery. Also some nice, thor- H(
(Continued from Page 1) Rev. Entzminger will bring both excellent revivals in forty-:

between 1000 and 5000, wire' coat the morning and evening messages). seven states and that they present I, oughly, reconditioned "shipped in" 'uprights. .
'"hangers to be used by the government at' the usual service hours ,on Sun musical numbers with their
Gordon, Ga. The very fine
at Camp day. numbers and their '
school children 'have undertaken I. singing different, of musical solo, duet, trio and quartet -II I, ALL FULLY GUARANTEED TERMS IF DESIRED

tthis task very willingly and are un- Awarded numbers. The spiritual message
Purple Heart I
obtained a
II will be delivered Ly Doyle
!large number of hangers. To
: Posthumously
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-- The Florida East!: Coast railway I.Brubaker Music Company
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Local Fliers Form Chas. will receive a total of 15 new Diesel .
the next two -
,- locomotives during I
Glider Club S. P. Slonaker received this week]: months, it 'was announced recently ( 206-08 Datura St. Phone 3175
-- the Purple Heart, awarded posthumously .;jb'y Scott" M. Lofton' trustee of the

Residents of Clewiston will soon ]; to his son, Charles E, road. WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.,
discover "in the skies above the city Slonaker.; Charles was killed or LI ---

aircraft flying without motor pow- December, 24, 1944: while servin[!I EUY MORE pONDS TODAY! .. T--.c<;- '\r .;., ____-.;'" ""' It" '::"=.;'.1' 7'-r., -.. ............- -..
er. At that time they: will be wit- with the infantry. in a battle irT.nYomhniirer I

'naocnocnnrinsr: flight being conducted .... _: ...___ C!:>. I --.- ----
i by members 'of the Clewis -

'ton Glider Club.following .. t
of three '
the arrival i
Army owned sailplanes,
formerly r f" !6r-
purchased by local enthusiasts who a n tttysrL 3+ sr 3p n '' Ct

will bring soaring flight to ,this locality ..rnR

for the first time, the club ..
those interested 6 kv'/fy r 4
'has been formed by frzt
in this exhilarating sport. At a recent -t

meeting offiogrs were elected

and plans were laid for getting underway yZm

as the soaring season approaches. ; ( *

Officers of the club are: .,,

George' Tabery, president John C. rs'n'n, .
V2iler secretary, Dan Mueller; treasurer eby ,M.:; ':
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and Fred Brittain, vice-presl v ". v r -% ,...
dent and technical advisor.
Among the' sailplanes! to be flown .. i' :

"by the club is'the' Schweizer TG-2, I. i\! '.
of the enviable American
holder "' I --
records both of altitude and dis ii i

tance. Members are hopeful I of f- tYY- ,, 1i
ta.d i J yw tx' d.,6s9' I
}exceeding these records during the <.y A :" ..5.fp. !' _
while soaring from : ..-
'coming season i .
'a local site. vy{; x \

When operations are' in regular /W' 1k '
'progress, exhibitions will be staged'to ,, e "
which the public will be invite I Ir

."< ?[. ,. y/, Fn h '"w QC./ r
Y anY! ; n :r k af9E i a a. i
lankford AttemptingTo '. ,,/ md ''or. ,A ') /'' o0n>

" Complete Directory i., 'f4rq? R : ) :

In an advertisement-- elsewhere/A"in t k\ -4 I

'this issue the Lanlcford Taxi Service '- Ts
i --: fir 4 J wo.M KyY p Oo o r t
asks for information concerning the !

names of head's' of households in y'
Clewiston and for other information a < t, y cl< a w sp x ; r r y"' Zrr vrrvsa rSk: s ,
which will enable them to give better

service, both with their taxis "

and with special delivery mail and "'-
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'L- '-' .' The" wonderful dream xonc, you've: been waiting so and consultants 'ready at any time to discuss ::'} '

-- long to build! It's a beautiful home-in a charming with you, your architect and consulting engineer '. '::': -

FAIRWAYS ,setting of tasteful landscaping. Folks J who drive by your Air Conditioning needs for the days of peace.Deposits .

'will. pause to I admire it_ you' 'II hear many on Carrier-- Home Air Conditioningcompliments '.,'\
on its rJnce. Belcher 1 1 Industries.Orders ? 'i i
appc units are being taken .now at (

; home that the' will be filled in sequence as soon as .;.. ;
But it will be within your dream, .. I

1 j. .'"" ',mir:cle of modern living will hold sway.\ For here possible' after Victory. .

; : scientific Air Con'ditionirg: will 'make your housekeeping ..... ,
WEATHER a pleasure: \ ;iil! brizig the hot days of n 1j i H" D :_ [

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summer and the chilly < -ys ol v/inter; into a full:' : 6i11.J'1 } "

GOOD year of never failing co: iforJ. For scientific Air ,' a- ... ., <<'. ; ,, '.: .,
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',- : Conditioning and heat control will be as much apart __ A Division of "'

,. .. of your home of the futureV' a kitchen range! ocbe= Oil CGmpBY",!. ... (
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Although, as an industry, Air Conditioning lias gone ESTABLISHED 1915 "
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't 'to war, we have maintain our"staff of engineers

FRIENDSTHERE Sole Di.tributors in South Florida oj lt.r aF Air Conditioning and Refrigeration ,.--l

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