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: December 31, 1943
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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notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00976
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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s \ Bill' Moore, formerly manager of .

I the Okeechobee branch of the I BARRELS DAILY t i 1 PLANS FOR 1944A
I I Inter .County Telephone and Telegraph -j I !I

company, becomes manager\ j

I!I of the Glades-Hendry-Collier'branch I! The Humble Oil C I of the Kiwanis ,
police recruit training course) year
> will be sponsored by the City of I' of that company, replacing who L. tenr1dered A. (I and No. 1" oil well, !I \ 1943 by W. C. Owen outgoing
Wolff former
,- manager '
Clewiston under the plan announced Immokalee, is producing president and committee'appoint-
,: effective Jan a.n ] '
I his resignation
:\- ....Ijy R. Y. Patterson, chairman of the uary first. j.1Ir. of 75 to 100 barrels of I '' ments by ,Glen E. Etherton, ,incoming '
I president marked the last
local defense council.A session -
Moore has been with the company John I
troleum daily, slated i of the
( local club for the
i two hour class will be held each I I since 1925, and has served gas I superintendent according, I( 1943. year
Tuesday evening at the Community ;I manager of the Okeechobee' branch I II '
I dispatch from Sunniland.The |I Mr. Owen gave a report of theyear's
Center beginning Tuesday, January: for several years. He expects to ( )!
) 4th, and continuing through 12 I make his home in Clewiston and I well has been I ; number activities. He listed the
(I i, of meetings of each com-
weeks.' The aim of the course is to Will move his wife and two children November 26th and the,

acquaint a large group of citizens ([i i I here as'soon as a home can be ob-I has. installed several !I I j mittee ments., and The told outstanding of its accomplish-work of

with the duties of a police officer, jtained.t I at the site of the well. local is
the club
j always centered in
,so be available for } 'I :
they'!: might t I capacity of the storage (
( i Underprivileged Child welfare
arise.emergency It is service hoped to should provide the an need in- I I'I Cadets Enjoy A ,HomeLike I site now totals -8,000 ee I| and this year continued the excellent -
that the I 1
I company work along those lines.
formed group' of auxiliary police : Christmas Here production to continue. I The major
who will know what to do and how ;i accomplishment of the
The Humble company I club in a material way was the es-
to do it in case of any local emery 'i
filed claim with the
tablishment of the Serviceman's
,, ency.. I ,The Committee of Clewiston ladies $50,000 reward offered by !I Honor Roll, which is located in the
t;' The course is offered by the general -sponsoring the Cadet Club under islature of Florida for the l I ( : park and bears the names of all local -

extension division'' of then University -(f the leadership of Mrs. Elbert L. I'I'f discovered in Florida !I ( men serving in the 'armed forces.

of Florida, with the cooperation -I I Stewart, \planned and carried out a I II be produced in I W., N. Martin made the secretary's
"of Coun-
Florida Defense |
t home-like Christmas 'gathering titles. I annual
report on the club's
cil and the Florida Peace ,Officers I I the British and American cadets State geologists will !, and financial affairs. He also budget
1 gave
course is based on
i!i training at Riddle Field. the well and the validity of I the yearly attendance of each mem
a manual prepared and tested byW./ I Wednesday evening a group of \before payment is made, ber.
H. Robinson secretary of the Peace I the ladies met at the Club a'nd the "
Glen Etherton fcil-

; Officers Association of Florida. I Cadets who came in helped with ,'I'....................................... :i lowing committee announced appointments the. for
,. In Clewiston J. K. Rogers will be'',i preparations for the party.? A large: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : J I 1944. .

supervisor of the school. There I Christmas tree was erected and j 'i Youth Service Department; Chair.

will be various instructors of men I beautifully decorated. The boys j man, Dick Wilson _
who are specialists in the phase of make j i t
helped pick, out nuts and Underprivileged: Child" Committee,
the lesson each week. These will other' preparations for the. Christmas I E. M. Corvette '

include Fred Davis E. E. Gross r.. party. j Vocation
Guidance Committee,
E. Hamrick and others. Mr. Rogers On Thursday evening the Club ci
Our i Ralph Bishop, Walter Drantley.I .
states that he is hopeful that a sizeable held open house and about two hundred I !
I Boys and Girls Committee, G. H.
group will be formed and it will cadets their dates and friends ,
Brown, Bernie
I Thompson.
"be arranged for any'who, miss a I I

class unavoidably to make up the dancing i j 4 In "I Chairman Community E. E.Service Gross Department' ,
work and continue with the course.. !
and other music. The
{were all home 'prepared andcon l McDuffie, 0. A. Tttomasf, .W Hancel, S.
State Democratic sisted of cakes, fruit cake, candies_ I Bowdon. "

I I Executive Committee i r cookies, etc. I II I !!!,I public Affairs Committee, Nick

I Most of the cadets at the field acjcepted I + j!JiUumford i G. H, Small, : ...
To Meet In January the invitation of the Ever- Business Standards Committee,
glades Club of Palm Beach to spend I "E. 'L. Stewart. .

,; .. Cyrus Couch has been notified by Christmas ,there, or made other MAN N N N NON N N N N N N N N N N ; I I Support of Churches.. Etc. Committee -
trips out of'town.. A 'number remained ;
I M.
the chairman of the state democratic: p I Prewitt.
-,,, : at the, Field, ,however,, 'and '- ;
: .
execuOve,committee thill'me'elil ws'f ji.; v -Administration,'D .
g Most ofMhe 'n: il i.hair.
of .all representatives has been call I, many of these were placed for 1, service this week is that ; ;[j man, W. C. Owen. -. ,

ed to take place January 17 at the Christmas'dinner at Clewiston homes s lucky who I j j I II ,Kiwanis Education Committee,
where requests for soldier guests I ones were
George Washington Hotel in Jack I W. W. Perry.Classification.
be at home for Christmas
had been 4)I
made. I
sonville. Membership
I '
the holidays. 4)I I ( ; I
Committee J. 'V. Ezelle.
j ,,, Mr. Couch, is Hendry County's I I There was a fervent i '! ,
Bill Owen Wins Place Public Relations and
male representative on the state :hearts that every boy :j Publicity, C.
.J. Lovvorn
R. Hall.
J I democratic committee and Mrs. De- Christmas Day at home. 1
Laine Davis, also of LaBelle, is th eIn;|, College Who's Who' could not be, we hope it Club Meetings Department' Chairman -

woman' member.' Mrs., Davis is said i I comfortable, pleasant I j J. E. Beardsley. ,
I to be at, work in Georgia at present i and that the spirit of (j Attendance Committee G. B.
but is W. C. Owen Jr., son of Mr. and I j Thomas.
'1 maintaining her residenceat carry on through the New ]
LaBelle. Mrs. W. C. Owen, who will receive I I I House Committee, G. H. Small.

'! his B.A. degree from Tulane University you.And we folks back'- Reception Committee, Dick Hall.
I| in February, will be among ll I i Program and Music Committee,
j Florida Spotters pledge again on New, :
the students included in the 1943-,I renew our efforts to back I |II Arch Simmons, Nick Mumford.
[ I 44 edition of "Who's Who in Amer- | Special Department Chairman,
: cheerfully: ,-with purchases
Report Nazi Plane
I "
jican Universities and Colleges. I'I I i Charlie Miner.Achievement.
bonds, with saving ,of
Bill is, a member of Pi Kappa 'and materials in order ( \) : Report Committee

: Three airplane spotters at West J Alpha, Omicron Delta Kappa and t' the big push comes you }, W. W. Perry _

Palm Beach are believed to be th ePhi( Phi fraternities, was associate the best of everything you '{ Citizenship Committee, C.: A. Mar-

only TJ. S. spotters who have detected editor of the yearbook, associate director do' the job ,right. I tinez.

r a Nazi plane flying in from of the intramural council !. '\With all of us doing our L! Good will and Grievances Com-
the and i company commander in the NROTC, I II ( ulittee
c sea crossing the U. S. \( 'I may prove the year of 1 Elliot Gross.
coastline.It president of the Freshman law class, l
,I member of the honor councilcol- I, could 'ask no more. Projects Department, Chairman
was really a German plane, but 1 liege of law, and moot court board. I 1 \ I II J. W. Ezelle, G. 'B. Thomas Walter ,_
the spotters did not know that Brantley.
Dick !
American I Upon graduation Bill will re-II I Owen trim in I
pilots were at the con ;
came from Coral
.ceive a commission as Ensign in the I up E j

and trols.Mrs.Mr.Herbert and Mrs Weiss Merrill: performing Smith- (United States Naval Reserve. I II versity he is a of V-12 Miami student, and spent in I ; i"[ Motorists Are Buying

;":. ,could their hardly, once-a-week believe their spotter eyes when duty, I Governor Calls On 1 1I 1I W.days C.with Owen.his parents Dick's older Mr. : )I! ; {i 1944 License Plates

the Nazi plane' dropped in from these I) Bill will graduate from ( I -
October Citizens To (
on 13th. They reported Fight
it to the army. Then Smith I I 'versity and in New Orleans in The sale of new' motor vehicle
receive his [
\ J tags is going fairly well, accordingto
phoned in the identification. Venereal Diseases -j'I
( at
sign that time. Bill a report Wednesday by R. ;N.
x. "It's a JU-88," he stated. And I honors in Tulane, and I
', __!_ I a I Miller, Hendry County tax collector,
); sure enough it was. Later the I story in another column' who is in charge of sales.
a, ,Army informed the spotters that the Governor Holland in a pioclama- ,, his latest honor. 1 I
plane was .a captured aircraft. ition 1 yesterday called on all citizens I'[r II IIr I So far Miller reported,, 17 W
I ____ __ I Iof Florida to help In the permanentI '- I' plates have been purchased, 177 D
Beardsley, who
I I elimination of venereal disease.* ,I was I and 23 plain car tags, and 5 G, 38
New on
Year To Be a furlough a short
In his proclamation Governor GH, 10 GK, 13 GL for use on trucks.
I I II I between assignments, 'was
Holland said: The
I"Whereas to new license plates are to be
Observed' HereNew I I come down from Ft. r
i I it is necessary to the 1I ,, Christmas again. It was I displayed on,,all motor vehicles Jan.

I I future strength and welfare of our the Lieutenant.The I 1 i 1. However a, fifteen day extensionof

Years Day will be observed people that their physical and mental ,- Beardsleys report time is usually granted. '.

'. as; a general holiday in Clewiston, health be guarded and I constant- who has been sort of I I
with all stores and offices remain-I improved, and. patiently since he went I Swift & Co. Moves

ing. closed'for the day. I "Whereas, plans have been made I Army. because he hasn't

.,/' '; A number of football fans are I j for: the stimulation of interest )Jn I I lug anything," has been : i j'Cattle Here Recently
and action to Air .,
", making the trip to Miami to see the combat the inr'oads'l Corps reclassification
Orange Bowl game In the Roddy .' which venereal diseases are making !'! Nashville Tenn. Within' a I"

Burdine Stadium into the availability and usefulness I I I w eks, he will receive an I!I; (Moore Haven Democrat)
A Years of manpower beginning in the mouth, [ I ment that will end j Swift and Company have recently
Eve dance is being 1 "
', sta'jed > .of January, 1944 and '..'slewing impatiently" in i j placed 1600 head of beef cattle on
l Park Auditorium at by the the Sugarland recreation I 'Whereas, this undertaking is cfj i i .* .. ] |' the pasture", lands adjacent to Moore

,', committee. Music is great importance and merits the Staff Sergeant Jack ; and will feed and, finish them
being -
.- by Morris Weiss' orchestra from I I wholehearted support of our citi- came up from the rest I there for market.

I Miami. Dancing will continue from I''cies tens and of public' and private agen- ami to spend the holidays The company operates a large

10 till 2 and dancers will greet the I ; wife and baby. Jack packing plant at' Ocala *and cattle
New Year in traditional fashion j t "Now therefore, I, Spessard L.I recently- from the finished on the local, pastures will
with noise-making and revelry' at I Holland, by virtue of the authority, theater of war and has the be sent to Ocala for packing and
midnight I vested in me as governor of the state! with nine oak leaf clusters processing. -J:\ '

i School will ''of Florida, proclaim the month of serve for Jack Jr.; whom : Swift and Company recently leas-
reopen Monday morning -I January Venereal Disease Control f for'the first time. Jack is
::and bring to ed the Campbell Cattle Company'spasture
a close the
holiday Month in Florida
and urge the Cit I-anew I assignment soon, and I lands comprising approxi-
pupils and teachers. i
I (Continued on Page 3) (Continued on Page mately 8,000 acres.




J CLEWISTON NEWfl .. .. _. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 194)? :.
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The Clewiston News .'.' ...'. NON N NN.. ..N..N.......1 ture is the ever-present danger oil I \ .-: (
.:N. .1 N N N N. N NON N NON bureaucratic interference and muddling -[ It
primarily from Washington, I L BONDS OVER AMERICA I : ; jf;

which will retard progress, foster ill .
Friday in Clewiston, To ClassifyBy I .
Florida Published, by every the CLEWISTON NEWS, Too Late I will and generally mess things up. I .

inc. RUSSELL KAY !'I Most of tne, trouoies that nave I' Behind a split rail Lincoln's Birthplace
limited our production and handi- fence near Hodgcnville '

KEATIILEV DO\VnEN. Editor '......................-.....-_.._-..._-....-..._.,._......."t...............u.u....-..................u............-....'...... the capped past both can be industry directly and charged labor up in I Kentucky Memorial, is the of gran-Lincoln .',". I ;t

second class mall matter I to the interference of governmental ite and marble, erected ; '
Entered as ,
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In Florida has every reason to we]- agencies, brought about through on the farm site where \
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of: with and< Abraham Lincoln was ;
hope admin
the New Year conflicting directives, poor
come ItJ_ i
March 3, 1897.Subscription II born. The one room log ;
confidence. Few states face a future istrationred tape and nonsense, but house is enclosed with ;
outlook so bright and Florida has been no worse off than
Per Year I' in the memorial. .. .,..,
Rate-$: :>O finances in 'f. 'f. !./"
ing. State are promis.-I other states in this regard. .3 ""' 1i.w": : 7' :)!:
} :) ;
Advertising Raton On Application. shape. Tax collections are the .
During the coming year people .:, "Fi.i: '
in years; large and of Florida will have an oppor .

luses are stacking up*ready for use tunity to employ the ballot as an .. !nll.l: :
Devoted to the advancement and welfare revenues are far ,
in any emergency; expression of their'will concerning
and count] I ff '
of Clewiston '
and ; :
anything anticipated
1 ahead of I future governmental policies -Much ; ,:. :
time the tax has not < "
at the same
'will depend on how we as individ- '
been too burdensome. ual citizens accept our lesponsibil- :-,,". ; : Lincoln saw the evils 01' -
I I With the war going, well, indications a country "half slave-
NATIONAL EDITORIAL I point to a slacking off i in I ity. ow; }=;',; .- half free." We are fighting ..
Before the Unfortunately, too many of uj;> ...._., .." y now to keep .Nazi : .
SSOCIATION I industrial are apathetic and inclined to "lei ,."" ; ",;;" _' slavery away from our
is out we may see many of our ITeop' 0"" ". : .''.. .
"Ii f".m'
year :
I George do it. The matter of se free shores as as
present war industries curtailed ot' ; Ihe' Illl ek liberate the conquered
prospect lecting the men to serve us in Congress Bac e Gg i to
IA discontinued but it is not a peoples of Europe and
alarm. Other and in our State Legislature With Woalr Bo ds
I that need cause undue : Asia. )
is just about the most important
industries of a permanentnatur I
MERCHANT SPEAKS OUT will arise to replace them and such question the average citizen'has tc, I
consider. Not only should he vote:,
unemployment may temporaril; I
December 15, 1943 occur will be met with funds backlogged ,but before doing so should carefully;
Monroe Hardware Co. weigh the qualifications of all can
for this purpose. 'I
Monroe, Georgia. When military establishments an didates. If we as citizens accept

Mr. Chester Bowles, AdministratorOffice curtailed, as they are very apt to be< I our obligations and face the New Catholic InformationA
Administration" Year with faith, hope and courage,,
of Price I during the coming year, it will giv< I I .
have nothing to fear.
Census Building I us an opportunity to sort of tidy, we

i Washington, D. C. up and put our house in order preparatory I. PROMISE IN'.THE FULFILLMENT "'

Dear Mr. Bowles: I to caring for the greates Mrs. H. L. DeLaney

People don't like OPA. So let'sabolish tourist trade in the state's .historyAn II What the Sow of Man promised: "-and behold, I am
OPA. What would happen?; I. indication of what may be expected -I Very 111 In Tampa with you all days even unto the consummation of the world." ';.

Nothing much- i in this direction is already; -l\Iatt. xxviii, 20.
What Lord Macaulay wrote:
would shoot up. A i jvident in the steady influx of Visitors -] .
except prices work of human '.
"There is not and there never was, 'a
few people with the most money anda i : -today, in spite 'of' the rigid I I (Hendry County News) i iI policy so well deserving of examination as the Roman Ca- .:

fe\v dealers with highly paid I travel restrictions, gasoline shortage Late word.fiom Tampa is that tholic Church. The proudest royal houses are but of yester- I

customers would get most of our nd general inconvenience which ]I Mrs. H. L. DeLaney is still very ill day when compared with the line of. the Supreme Pontiffs. ,
scarce wartime supplies. Millions I under ordinary circumstances would II I I in a Tampa hospital where she was I'I'I The republic of Venice was modern when compared with the ;

would' hunger. About half of our I end to discourage such movement.The taken Dec. 22nd. Mrs DeLaney is Papacy, and the republic of Venice is gone and the Papacy
close. : year should witness a genera I I remains full of life and youthful vigor. The, Catholic Church ,-:.
stores would said to be suffering a heart ail .
eadjustment. Small businesses and ,I saw the commencements of all the governments and all the '
_-except our 100 billion dollars J wile ment.SSgt.. : ecclesiastical establishments that now exist in the world, and j
ndustues., hard hit by the war,
worth of war purchases next year I reestablished, while those thai | H. L. DeLaney, Jr., who we feel no assurance that she is not destined to see the end -
would cost 200 'or 300 billion. War ) was called home from Kansas when of them all." .(Extracts from Lord Macaulay's Essay onRanke's ..
I mushroom
to make :
have sprung up b .
would twice or' three History of the Popes.)
debts grow I wil her condition became alarming, Mrs I
growth as purely "war. babies" ."The Catholic Church has marched -
would Gladstone.said
What :
fast. Our war .
times as I DeLaney, Jr., and their sister, Mrs
three times higher. feel the pinch and many will dis- I for 1500 years.at the head of civilization. Her: greatness,
have to be two or H. H. Turner, took their mother tc
ippear. I glory, grandeur and majesty have been almost, though not.
-except skyrocketing prices Our agricultural outlook: is ex- Tampa where she was placed under absolutely, all that in these respects the world has had to

would force new demands for higher ellent.: Food will be needed ir I the care of a specialist. boast of. Her children are more numerous than all the members r

wages. Employers would have I ever greater quantities and if giver of the sects 'combined. Her altars are raised in every f'

to bid frantically against each other opportunity to do so Florida car I clime and her missionaries are wherever there ,are souls to

for workers. Labor turn-over would I meet. this need in a big way for, from I I .be. saved. And this wonderous church, as old as ,Christianity, f.I f.'
be devastating. War production the standpoint of agricultural pro I 'f': I I as universal as mankind, is today; after twenty centuries as t tI
and as faithful as on the day when the
fresh, as vigorous ,.
would drag. I luction, this state has hardly more 11 -'I"I A Pentecostal fires were showered upon the earth.From
except essential war materials ban scratched the surface. I $' I Gladstone's speech against' the law excluding Catholics from r
would be held for higher prices expected -.j During the past year Florida has: A WJlfC4J'o.Jc "e the LordChancellorship of England.)" If

to come next month and both established an enviable record in her "Heaven and earth will pass away but my word will not f

F scarce materials and workers would oyal support of the war effort. Her .tuf.If .. .-1.'.-.': pass away." (Matt. xxiv, 33.) ii
move into whatever projects paid I I enlistments have been heavy in all X : '. : Many non-Catholic' historians of today, .after honest f
: '
''in l ''* i into the past, are now declaring that many' of the r
most.unstead of into critical war -I ranches of the .service; she has sup ;. "".' '". : research
'V' .-
1 Catholic Church, written in post
a accusations against the as
fighting men
dustries. More of our !: >oited every war loan magnificently i
would be killed for lack of weapons. I waste fats,f "Reformation" days, are pure fabrications and were con- r
; in the collection of I cocted only for false propagation purposes.. True knowledge ,
-except rents would soar so high, and other she has lI l-
waste paper scrap of all things Catholic is open to everybody at all times. It .
that essential workers could not afford -i:ed many of her sister states and KEEP is to give you this true knowledge in a simple and easy way,' I,
to work in war industry cities. I nil continue to do so. I that our Society has been formed. Please take advantage of ;

-Jxcept! that doubled or trebled; Compared with other sections o ON.tlzeAtbid our offer and write us for explanations of anything Catholic. E

prices would cut the value of our he country, Florida has been relatively : / : Address: I;

earnings, savings and insurance to a free of labor troubles. Strikes PARISH COUNCIL OF CATHOLIC MEN LI
1' half or a third of their value. and work stoppages have been few
-except that about 300,000 differences -'between labor and industry P! W\ D IS / Clewiston: Florida

American businesses would 'be forc- have been quickly adjusted r r #. *, tIr *. I --- ,- l

ed to replenish exhausted stocks with I in most instances. This situation =

triple priced goods, if they could I can continue and even improve ii .

get them, and go bankrupt when both sides will cultivate a spirit of

the war boom is over and the bot- justice and fair"'play and such quarrels -I .._- .

tom falls out of gravy-train prices. are kept'more or less in our ,,/. .'
except that we could hardly own family and free from outsidE I THE OLD JUDGE SAYS "; ,

count the bewildered unemployedwho nfluences.. :

would stare at their.,bankrupt Efforts of labor racketeers have __ J' :
employers. been noticed in certain areas and = = Ji .
much would happen. r =i -, -
such troubles have come from outside ...
So let's abolish OPA. rather than within the state.' Afirm

,Very truly yours, and' determined, better aNI.TED .

J.' K, LAUNIUS, stand on the part of both II "

Secretar y-tr easu er. lorida labor and Florida industry ,
to discourage such outside efforts'i \ti ;. .,
I I I and care for our own affairs will sw. '"

Buy More Bonds :I do much to solve the problem. I ;:; 'f

The only real cloud on the pic-' .

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Tax Collector Notice I .

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The tax books for the year of 1943 are now open in my '- I -.
office, and if you have not received your tax statement please '-

drop me a card for we want to make a better record on the" J \:.
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1943 Tax Roll than we did for 1942. In other words, I am m. ip'"The } '

t hoping to collect 100 per cent. In this way we can run our ... ; ,

schools aria a"u departments of our County can function. If 1!:t4: .:n. .C "

I can be of any service to you tat Clewiston in paying your I British Insti- '
overseas don't mince any words service men in England by the .
taxes and buying auto tags, I will be at Alston's Drug !''
your I about tHe way they want to find this tute of Public Opinion.They asked hundreds

Store on' Thursdays, December 16, December 23, December I country when they come marching home..., of men point blank how they would vote on '

-30, and January 6 of 1944, and. January 13, 1944, afternoon do they, Judge?" prohibition. 85% of them stated, in unmis- ;y ;

and evening. I "They certainly don't, Herb..and theyshouldn't. takable terms, that they would vote fsjgj;
doubt about it Herb
masterful against it. There's no ,
They're doing a '
..the men overseas don't want any action
.... .. fighting over there to protect our rights and while '
taken on that subject away.
they have good license to expect us to protect

,' theirs-back here at home. One thing "And they're 100% right, Judge, because "
: they're mighty clear on Is their stand on I know how I felt when I came home after : ..
.., I' that had :
-' prohibition the last war-only to we '

I '" "I saw' in the paper just the other day been over there fighting for so impractical a

R:N.. MILLER, i the results of a poll taken among,American ?thing as Prohibition." :-

ADVERTISEMENT this advertisement sponsored by Conference Alcoholic Beverage Industries Tnf J1AGE

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J C..X*...................................................................................................................................................................... I Ii held yesterday' afternoon at the!! Earl Peters at 8\ p. m. Thursday I training has made him store-keeper
i ::1: I Il Community Center. i j evening. All men of the church are 21c| at the sub-chaser training center
l il' Mrs H. A. Bestor won first and, requested to be present at this meet: in Miami Beach, came up with Mrs.
I IJr. Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford won second, ing.The Hager for Christmas week end with.
) SOCIETY prize at bridge. Mrs J., F. Tippey, officers and teachers of the I her parents Mr. and Mrs I. S. Bell..
'PERSONAL and and Mrs., 'J. F.. Morrison were win-j I Sunday School will meet'at the I I .
; A, ners at the Michigan table. church Friday evening for their I Si Sias, our postmaster, who now
f A beautifully appointed tea table! regular meeting. A covered dish makes the soldiers happy by helping

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Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Davis and A. W. Sias of the Miami Beach I. Mrs. Deane Duff and M rs. G. B.I to be present. _. .
sons spent 'Sunday in LaBelle with\Army Base spent the week end herewith j I Rackstraw poured. | FOR SALE Gasoline
relatives. I i Mrs. Sias and with his sister, I The guests attending were Mrs.' Governor Calls- .
Mrs. Elberta Whidden.' I Gene PowersMrs.. J. I". Tippey,' stove. Good condition,
--- Mrs. G. H. Mrs. J. W. Ezelle?! ,
Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and :Mis.! Carl Browns I
Berner were visitors in'West Palm Mr. and 1Irs.Jattes Rider and I 1 Mrs.JLE. Beardsley, Mrs. H. A. BesI (Continued from Page 1) Needs cleaning. Address.
son, Jimmy, spent Christmas jnLaBelle tor, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. J. F.' zens of the state and all agencies, I
Beach Thursday.Dirs. t I ...with' Mr. and Mrs. H. A. :I I Morrison, Mrs. Tilden Mrs. R. C.\\ able to assist in this work, to call P. O. Box 7286, Clewiston. -

J. F. Reahard Sf.f of Fort Rider"and* Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Ridg- Nowling, Mrs. P. M. Mcintyre, 1\Irs.1' attention to the meaning and im-
I .
Myers is the guest of her, son, J. F.I| dill. I C. L. McLendon, Mrs. R. C. Granere, portance of the fight against vener-
Reahard. -- I Mrs. H.. R.-Hall, Mrs. F. Deane i uff;'! eal diseases and to take affirmative r _
I Mr and Mrs. F. Deane Duff spent ,I Mrs. E. M. Blake, MrsN.: V. S.'I action leading to the permanent

Mr. and Mrs. Neal Williamson of ] Christmas week end in Palm Beach Mumford, Mrs. .G. N. Pitzen, Mrs.i elimination of that dangerous in- LOST Leather
: visitors in Clewis- with Mr. ,'and 'Mrs.F.. Edward W. O. Utfshaw, Mrs D. C. Hancock,; ternal enemy." case:
ton Fejlsmere Sunday were |I Bryant and Mr. and' Mis.,. Stafford, I' Mrs F. E. Conkling, ,. Mrs., G. ;''B.1' with car keys and other
Beach. Rackstraw Mrs.. Mack Driver, l\Irs\\
I I keys between Post Office
Howard Small of LaBelle is C. J.: Nielsen.
of .I I
Miss Alice Lamoureux
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spending the holidays here with his ; v
and Seminole Sun-
mother. Mrs.. Mary Small. West Palm Beach spent several days 1 f BRIDGE CLUB ,
here last week visiting her uncles. 1I I day. Please return
Christmas in W. D. and Arthur King, and her 1I Mrs. F., Deane Duff entertained'' d d NIS --
John Davis spent
Okeechobee with his parents, Mr. j aunt, Mrs. Clarence Benbow. I members of her bridge club at lIeI'I''I'I'i Geo. T. Bragg.
home Wednesday afternoon,
and Mrs. A. W. Davis. I i
y Mr and Mrs. L. Tison of Moor ,.j ing first prize to Mrs N. V. S. 1\Ium-1 ....
r Thornton of Winter 1 Haven have moved to Clewiston and I ford and second to Mrs. H. T. Vaughn ---
Mrs. Arthur
Haven is spending a few days with I will live in the residence being remodeled | a guest who substituted ford FOR SALE Newly
for them at the cattle station I Mrs. R. C. Wilson. I
in Clewiston.Mr. .
k friends and relatives boat and trailer
I west of town. v 1 The hostess served chicken salad,( painted

and Mrs. Louis Davis of Canal \ -- cheese straws and coffee to Mrs. with new tires. Com.
Point spent Christmas Day here with I Clare Riordan, who has been Mumford, Mrs., Vaughn, Mrs. H. A. i iI I
,J confined to the Clewiston Hospitalfor Bestor, Mrs C. J. Nielsen, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn. iI plete for $150. Can be?
I the past two weeks, returned to I Otto Larsen, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, I

Mrs. W. D. King is spending several his home in Moore Haven Friday: Mrs. F. E. Conkling and lIrs.V.. C. seen at Johnson's Fish

Beach.days this week in West Palm !visitor'Miss in Martha Miami Nell Wendesday.Dick Alston. was a I Owen. I II I Camp. Geo., T. Bragg, ,


Jack Martinez an'd Mrs. C. A. Owen, U. S. Navy, came up I : OX CHRISTMAS E\rE I I .---.-. I ,

s Martinez spent Christmas in Annis- from Coral Gables where he is a With Our Boys-
ton, Alabama, visiting Oliver Mar- V-l2 student at the University of I I Miss Mauryne! Prewitt was hostess I( Johnson's Fish Camp I
tinez, who is in the Air Corps., Miami, to spend the holiday week at a caroling party 'Christmas Eve.
end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I Her guests assembled at the Pre-I (Continued iron page 1) (:Near Hurricane Gate)

Mr.. and Mrs.--Glen Etherton and W. C. Owen. I witt home, and at ten o'clock went all hoping that it will be in Florida Clewiftton, JFla.
I for he deserves break likeI Boats and l\Iotors-Guide Service
daughter, Glenda Sue, spent Christ- caroling to several locations in town. I
mas week end in Moore Haven 'and Mrs. T. C. -Covan and daughter, I They returned to the Prewitt I I that. Rates Reasonable
in Tampa Carolyn, visited her sister, 1\irs..J. !house for refreshments of cheese, i I *. W. H. Johnson
Holland here for several I Ned Hager, whose commissary ...
-_ lB. days I crackers, cookies, chocolate and
Mr. and Mrs. L. A: Wolff spent during Christmas. They left Wed-,I fruit cake and later attended Midnight I -
Christmas Day in Sebring with 1\11"1)I I nesday for their home in Montgomery Mass at St. Margaret's Church.I ..:M:..:1.:H:N:NNNN' :..:N:..:NNN':ANN:..:NNNNN:..:NNN:N:..:NNN:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.Mgr.'I

Wolff's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. I Alabama I The party included .;;:
: ;Wolff I" 'I i anne Jones, Betty Jean Sullivan, ,: i
I Mr. and Mrs. William B. Bowden Betty Jean Townsend, Frances Ji'j, j[ New ear's Medal i
Miss Ruth Knight of St. Peters- are parents of a son, William dan and Margaret Williams, Bill f*: Ir
burg, spent Christmas here with her Bryant, Jr. who was born Sunday, Perry, Dick Owen, Richard Pape ).i :
mother, Mrs. Josephine' Knight and December 26th at the Clewiston Hos- I Sherwood Hall, Bruce Beardsley, !J'i:i t
her sister, Mrs. C. E. Miner. I j pital. The baby weighed 8 pounds Sonny Vaughn and Junior :

Dick Patterson,. U. S. Army, who is i jat birth. I tinez. '-_- Mar-I.:; PI ay" f ft

now stationed "in Tampa, spent Nick Schiffli of Thomasville, Ga., GOVERNOR HOLLAND HERE I::

;i-' Christmas here ''with his parents" Mr., spent a few days in Clewiston this l -k. t.: V : ,', :; .,:..
and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson. week visiting friends. Nick attends I i- Governor Holland ,was a visitor in I:;t 'TOURNAMENT $
Georgia, Military College at : Clewiston for a few hours Thursday, I:;t. ";, ....
:; Mr. and Mrs.' B. L. Thompson and I ville. Ga., and is ,1\1illedge-\I I stopping at the Inn for lunch. He '..::, SATURDAY and ::
children, Bernie and Gene, spent I,I weeks' Christmas vacation. was accompanied by Mrs. Holland ;
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Christmas'week end in Fort Myers and their daughters, Miss Mary 'and ::;:' SUNDAY ::
with Mr. and Mrs C. N. Thaggard. !I Private Mary Evelyn Hare of the I I I,Ivanhoe Holland. They were en :;;: ;" :," : :
WAG route to Miami where the governor I.; ; : -' ,
2nd training center at Daytona : J.
Miss Bessie Lewis of Blakely, Beach spent Christmas week end is scheduled to attend a meeting of :;: ,\, : BLIND BOGEY ALSO j' :I;

Ga., spent a few days here, this week here with her mother, Mrs. Maud the Everglades National Park com- ;::.
visiting her sister, lIrs.V.. W. I Hare and other relatives. Private mission. I >
Perry and family. I Hare was given a ""three-day pass. I I I : Greens Are Excellent Now *
I Mr. and Mrs. R., C. Wilson spent I Miss Margaret Morgan ofVest LUNCHEON -AT HER HOME: .1.

: the holiday, week end in Marietta, Palm Beach is spending two weeks I: Clewiston Golf Course i
Ga., with Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Oli-I| here with her sister, Miss Frances Mrs. Dean King entertained witha :_: !

phant. j !Morgan, and in Moore Haven with Christmas luncheon at her home,, ::::
her parents, Mi' and Mrs A. L. on Christmas Eve. Her guests were '
John Pitzen Washington D. Morgan. I Miss Mary Alice Lamoureux, Miss ::!: E. E. LEONARD, Pro :;

C.days, is with spending his brother the Christmas, G. N. Pitzen holi- Miss Doris -Hodges spent Christmas -I r Margaret Beach, Miss Morgan Frances of Morgan West Palm,and "I jI ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. "
T and family. week end in Fort Myers with I Dr. 0. W: Rigby.

Mrs. B. A. 'Bournereturned last her Hodges.parents Mrs, ,Mr.Hodges and returned Mrs. Arch to I LADIES AID TO MEET I ;!!!Il1 Ii 111111111111 I II I'!IIIII II I [1Ii1111111111 II 10.!I II II IIII!II IIIII II III II!II.'i;) I.If!! !!!! )! i!!!' I 111111"!I II I 'rt.ll

week from Baltimore where she has I Clewiston with her daughter Ss Mr. ::: a.
been receiving medical treatment Hodges ,was' recently transferred to The Ladies Aid Society will hold I j. t
for several weeks. I Avon Park. its regular monthly meeting next :
( Thursday afternoon at the home of I' Dont *
Staff Sergeant Z L. 'Moorman of II! Mrs. Richard Hooks spent Christ- Mrs. 0. A. Jones. ,, : rely on a
Miami Beach, spent Christmas week :'
mas week end in Lake Worth with I ,:. I.
end here with his family and with her father-in-law, W. W. Hooks, and CLEWISTON CO\DIUXIT'Y: :
Mr. ,and Mrs, Elbert Stewart. i I his daughter, Miss Betty. Miss I CHURCH .:!: wish

i; j Betty returned to Clewiston with. David C. 'Hancock, Minister I:
Mrs. Basil Bowden and grand-- '', her and is remaining until she re- A v ._.

dacrghter, Suzanne Stello. of Sebiing, I I turns to Tallahassee where she is a I SUNDAY, JAN. 2 1944 j:t '
spent Wednesday here with her son senior at the Florida State ,College Sunday1 School, 9:45 a. m., Dr. C.I j :
Bill Bowden, and wife and baby. I for Women. I
( Classes
E. Gericke, superintendent j i'I y, boue/
I I ._- I I for all ages. t:.;. ,",?/ :!:
and Mrs. John Casper of | Mrs. S. J. Yoder had as guests at i Morning Worship; 11:00 a. m. ' :
Jonesville, Illinois, are the :
spending,. her home on the reservation Communion Sunday.A ::
j Christmas holidays here with their I mas Day, her daughter, Mrs Christ-I nursery for small children is
son, E.:, J. Casper, and, family. 1 Williams, 111'Villiams and .I conducted by the Mothers' Club at :'::. "aA(

'- I baby daughter, of Leesburg, and the Community Center. ,. ..t.
Mr. and Mrs B. J. Schroeder and I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Baum- : "Go Not Alone" is the subject of :: &;' '"
1: son, Joe, spent Christmas with relatives -I gardner and daughter. Karen of the minister's sermon. i,:: ,11111 t! :

in Stuart. Joe Schroeder re-(Moore Haven. Joining the group You are cordially invited to worship :s s' KSY51 :=
mained there for, the week. Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. nay with us.FIRST :y ti.;.

;. C. J. Lovvorn, Paul Bowden, Yoder Moore and Haven dau'ghter.Vauda, and Miss Maud, Al-of BAPTIST CHURCH I::!: vINGs A savings account,

Mrs. Eddie Currie: and daughter, lison of Lakeland.; ;I H. C. Meador, Pastor I'.:. ,., ... ''ti, wifch insured .so .
Lovvorn, spent Sunday in Okee- I 0 our *
chobee with relatives.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Pape l\ad as Sunday School-9:45 a. m. \::i: / .i.
.'., -. I their guests for Christmas dinner I Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. .I j 9'"r LEG ?% sae&y, will provide :os.JF
J. J. Hall of Black: Mountain, i Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Farnam, Kenneth Training Union-6:15 p. m. I:: coa? .
fi North Carolina, arrived this week | Don and Jimmie Farnam of Evening Worship:30 p, m. i::. the things you wane ::
I Moore Haven, Mr.
and Mrs. Loel
1, for a visit with her daughter, Mrs I The quarterly business meetingof
: W. B. Bowden I Lence, and Mrs. Ann Farnam of the church will be held immediately :f ::
: > Canal Point, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. following e church service
I'y ;. '}oIl'. and Mrs.-Martin- Peers- I Griffith ol Pahokee, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday evening.: All members .of ty
Christmas in' LaBelle spent Marvin Pape, Shirley and Judy Pape the church are asked to be present. tt
with' Mrs.
'>. Peers' parents. Mr. of Miami, Mr and Mrs. Melvin The Ladies Class meeting will(be
and Mrs. Wade
:, / Hampton PapeK and Richard Pape and Mr.i held at the home of Mrs. V red Topper y
i I iatid Mrs. Clyde Egley, Rgnnie and at 8 p. m. \ x

Mr.. and Mrs. Ned Hager (BeverlY of Clewiston'GARDEN : The mid-week prayer service t1>e- .. .:.
':, Christmas spent' i gins at 8 p. m. This is a very imipbrtant :
week end in Clewiston ;: CLUB BRIDGE \ '
f I service jof our church j jmerits yt
Mrs. 'Hager's parents, Mr. I I'
the attention of every m |
I. S. Bell Mr. Hager. who is ... ty
in'the ber. Bring your Bibles and joie us y
tached Navy to is a store-keeper at- Mrs. W. L. Lott, Mrs. Otto Lar- .in this hour of prayer. j j X Xrrmmnm
school in I sen and Mrs. O. A.' Jones hos-
Miami. were i The Men's Bible Class meeting I TI jjjllllll' 1
tesses at a Garden Club bridge party ':will be held at the home of far. I II IIIIIII I IIII "f.ITIJTfI r

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Book ReviewsNew I entertaining story that never lags happenings and mishaps. Separately With Our Boys-" that his first furlough since

for a minute. they have dignity, too; together, I into service was a Christmas going'I'I
they turn into what Cornelia calls
books In Clewiston Public Li 1 WE FOLLOWED OUK HEARTS ""something midway' between Ruth (Continue'd from Page 3) I lough that lasted long! enough for f
bkry-: reviewed by Mrs. W. Dean I came up from Miami Beach and him to Field
; 'TO IIOLLYWO'OD and Naomi and the Katzenjamnibr go from Maxwell Ala-
ng, chairman: I Kids." spent Christmas here with Mr. bama, to Detroit to'spend It with I
By Emily' Kimbrugh '
I Sias. I hit folks. Congratulations*
j Hollywood called Cornelia Otis I A tonic for the times would be a : Ed.

INHERIT TIlE WIND I Skinner and Emily Kimbrough .to I good sub-title for WE FOLLOWED Dick Patterson's assignment We're surely glad you were that
Hesse I I OUR HEARTS TO BOLLYWOOD., new I lucky, and know every minute of it
"Maxeda Ferguson von motion
obt and make a
:liy I come help is 'in Tampa and he was lucky', too,
was happy and the
and you folks, too.,
The town of Chosen, Florida, picture of OUR HEARTS WEUE :' List of recent additions'to the for in addition to ,having Thanksgiving .

the Everglades is the setting of this YOUNG AND GAY. They had not ]library, follows: dinner ,at home ,.(a little be-
hovel. traveled together since their trip to I' FictionIn fore Thanksgiving we'll admit) he Our first WAC to return home'

The characters, even the minor Paris in 1920, about which that book Bed We Cry, Ilka Chase. managed to get back for Christmas. was Private Evelyn Hare, who really
''dues are so true to life that they: was written, and they were dubious a surprised everyone when she appeared -
readily into the category qf about the survival of their friend-, Inherit The Wind, Maxeda von on a three-day pass to spend
slip ,
J. D. Hooker
Hesse. who is Chief Petty
known well, both hated and ship over another voyage so long an:, Christmas here Evelyn has put ona
people Hit The Rivet, Sister, Ann Pen- Officer in the Navy now and an instructor few
pounds and she does
interval at time. But they and theiri really
loved. I
dleton. in the Radar School atthe
friendship both survived and they: full justice to that WAG uniform.
The novel starts off with a bang Colour Scheme, Ngaio Marsh.NonFiction Jacksonville Naval Air Base'missed -
She has
completed her basic
I came back bursting to tell the things
and then builds up to a hurricane : 'I out on the Christmas furloughs,
they had seen and the things ,that' I, training at Daytona Beach and expects -
climax, and episode after episode I We Followed Our Hearts To Hol but Is spending the New Year holiday orders to ship out "sofne-
had happened to them. | '.
keeps the elaborately workedout I here. And we'll admit that's
lywood, Emily Kinbrough.The : within
: ; where" a few days. Best
plot moving to the grandly conceived They: know now that wnen they, next best to Christmas. .1
Battle Is The Pay-Off, Ralph i luck, Evelyn, and'let us know your
climax that dominates the. entire} : travel together an insidious ..chemisItry Ingersoll. j .
I i I new address when you reach your
book. There are dozens of scenes begins to operate. Separatelyi! Paris-Underground, Etta Shiber.1 Good news from Ed VonMach is: destination. ,' '
of Florida' life, and Seminole Indian respectable members of their New '
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This book makes you feel the sun, I mothers of children-together'i! ;
the rain, and the wind, and it is an they are victims, of unpredictable' :: jrt

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