The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/01067
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 28, 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
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:01067
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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At Kiwanis Club I Office Moved To

OPEN GRID SEASON It will 4e 'necessar3for the electric, Hopkins Building I AT FIRST MEETING
N. v. S. Mumford spoke to the
current to be cut off Sunday after-!
Kiwanis Club at their meeting Wed- V --

HERE FRIDAY NIGHT nesday night at the Clewiston Inn notice noon from of this 12:30 is being until given 4:30 in order and I The Selective Service, Office of OF GARDEN CLUB

on the operation of the new starch I Hendry County which was first set
that property owners may make such
plant of the United States Sugar I II I up in he Hopkins Building and later
The ewiston High School Tigers preparations _as necessary for I-the
Corporation. He explained in detail moved to the Community Center
F. E. Bryant
vice-president and
Jack of electric service that time.i
raise the curtain on the local 1945 j3t
to the club the I
through when
I processes I more space was needed, has superintendent ,of the'eastern dt-
Announcement Jg made'
football season at 8:15 p. m. Friday which the potatoes go in the production by City En-; been recently moved back to the vision of the United States
Gineer E. E. Gross of this shut-down. Sugar
nigh by playing the LaBelle High ;
of starch. original location in the northeast Corporation
Reason for the cut-off is that underground -, addressed the Garden
School Cowboys on the Clewlston
I Following the regular meeting the conduits have been in-scorner.i room on the second floor of I Club at the first meeting of the season -
gridiron. The Tigers are in fine II I
the Hopkins Bullding.'I .
directors met for a brIef busIness on "Ramle" Thursday afternoon
smIled between the house
fettle and should give a good ac- sugar land
count of themselves. meeting. Several bills were approved the northeast corner of the starch I'I SInce the work or the office has in the Library.Mr. .

The probable Clewlston line-up and two changes of Kiwanis plant and the transfer iss being made, been reduced to a considerable ex- Bryant said that ramie was

amendments were voted upon. tent by the coming of the one first grown in China four
from peace some
will be: LE Conkling, LT J. Sims, the overhead system to the un-j
> derground system. Since this Js the room gives sufficient space.RATION thousand years ago. It is particularly =
LG G. Mills, C. Bolton, RG Martin, ,
main line from the unit I adapted to growth in the Ever-
RT Dunaway; RE Young, QB Kep- generating

pie, LHB Pullen, RHB McLeod and SCHOOL HAS OPENING at the sugar house aU lights in the ; glades but 'requires good drainage,

. FB Su1lfvan. city will be affected. OFFICE HERE he pointed out. A plant is now under -
construction to
St. Anne's ot West Palm Beach take care of'
ASSEMBLY PROGRAM 1,500 acres at a cost of approximate..
tangles'with the Clewiston High

Tigers Friday, October 5, at 8:15p. RIDDLE FURNISHINGS WILL BE CLOSED AS ly $250,000 and Is expected to be
completed by May 1. At the pres-.
m., on the local field.
The Tigers have shown improvement MONDAY ORNINfGI ent time 1\lr. Bryant said, 500
great -
OF OCTOBER 30TH pounds a day are being shipped
in' recent practice ses- a TO GO ON BLOCK ON from the 'Glades to the Boston Navv
-sions. Their and
blocking tackling
Clewiston High School had its I -- I Yard. The United States'SUg ;
" are vicious and accurate and their
\ opening assembly program Mondaymorn'ing TUESDAY MORNING I c. E. Miner, chairman of the local Corporation and Newport Industries.
running attack is working smoothly.J. ,
with all school students ex- War Price and Rationing Board, are collaborating on'the growing and

cept those of the first grade on hand I I announced this week that the rationing processing of ramie. Although the

L. Brantley Died in the high school auditorium. The AU of the furnishings and equipment -I office here will b'e closed as of development of ramie is still in the

theme of the program was Citizen- at Riddle Field fixed I October 30. Official confirmation ofI experimental stage it is-an excellent
Monday Night In except
ship. I equipment which is owned by the I this decision has been received from' crop both for small and large farms,

Ft. Myers' Hospital Rev. David C. Hancock opened the Defense Plant Corporation, will goon the district board supervisor. MI' Bryant pointed'out, because it

program with a brief but inspirational the auction block on Tuesday and Most of the rationing restrictions requires little care. It is not in-

'of talk in which he urged the stu-I i Wednesday of next week for the I'I have been lifted but those that will tended, he said, to displace any'other
J. L. Brantley, ,aged 61, died
the dent to take full advantage of the: greatest auction sale ever held hi continue to be in effect after the product because ramie is always used
heart attack Monday night in
'I opportunities given him for a11; eduication the Clewiston area I closing date of the local office will fractionally with another product in
Lee Memorial Hospital Fort
I through the public school be administered the finished goods. He displayed
'I by the Rationing
This i
Myers, ,following a brief illness that I equipment was sold shortly ,
samples of it in
, system. Board in Fort Myers. ,vaious stages of
I.. became acute last Frida}". I before the field closed by Riddle- I processing, a shirt made ot"fifty

I Mr Brantley was born in Hazel- Prof. Quentin Evans then outlined McKay Aero College to Joseph Clewiston residents, who have any cent ramie and per

burst, Georgia, and had been a resident the purpose of the.assembly and said I Kiersky of Memphis, Tenn. Since I,I unsettled business, are requested to'' and cited it's fifty per cent rayon

of Clewlston since 1927 when that it had always been his pOlicy toi the date of the closing Mr. KierskY' make an effort to complete, this business -I and uses in carpet, drapery -

he and his family moved here. At I I i hold the opening, assembly after has been here to supervise the plans I I before the end of October so I The hostesses upholstery fabrics Mrs.

the time of his death he was a night I I school was well started rather than I for the sale with the'auctioneers, the J that they will be saved the incon- Nielson were C. J.
W. C. Owen, Mrs. R.
watchman at the Plantation Machine 'on the opening day. Green Company. venience of transacting the business
j I M. Bishop, Mrs. E. L. Stewart and
Shop and had been employed by the Carr Settle was next introduced The sale is expected to draw a : through the, Fort Myers office. Mrs. R. C. Wilson.

United States Sugar Corporation for by Prof., Evans and his talk was con- tremendous crowd of buyers since I I[ '
Mrs C. 1\1. Pirkle
president, pre-
seventeen years cerned with the announced intention there are so many articles which,will

He is survived 'by his wife, two of the,principal to begin a journalism be 'offered for sale which are still I age group, '108 in the 26 to 29-year sided over the regular :business "

,daughters. :Mrs. Louis, Wethingtan, class Iin the school which would very scarce such as trucks and tracItors group, 70"fn the 30 to 33-year group meeting, which: preceded the' address
J ,
a i' and Mrs. J. W., Grantham, and one ultimately publifttg own paper. I typewriters, .steel flUng_ cabI- and 42 in the 34 .to' 37-year: group: by. Mr. Bryant.. .. j". '_.-_ _,._' ,
I the : He Eghty-two of tliese1; had J been' dis- others present were Mrs. J.- E> '+'
son, J. B., whd is hi U.S"Navy 'promised cooperation of the I nets, electric equipment, etc. :

assigned to duty in' facksonville, News staff and said he hoped th ta.! The conducted I I charged when the report 'was compiled -' Beardsley, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs.
sale is to be much
Funeral services will 'be conducted -school column for the News could be i Ias such sales have been conrlnr.ted but this number _is now much I II H. A. W., ,Hedke, Mrs. E. E. Kelly
I -- larger. Mrs. W. L. Lott, Mrs. R. C. Nowling
at the Lawrence A. Powell Funer- inaugurated this year. at other fields which
al Home in Fort :Myers' 2'p.. II have closedout 'I- 197 and Martha Jean, Mrs. G. N. Pitzen,
m. on Dr., C. E. Weaver, county superintendent ? 'in the state. Purchasers attend- negroes were listed from 1drs.
Gene Powers
Friday. was the next speaker on the ing will be asked to post $i 00 at the I I' Hen ry County, 93 in the first age straw, Mrs. J. Kenneth, Mrs. G. B. Rack-

subject "What the Superintendent I gate 'as a deposit and evidence of: group, 55 in the second, 39 in the Rogers, Mrs. "

First Meeting of P.-T. A. Expects of the Schoo". He made 1 good_ faith. I I been third discharged.and '10 in the fourth, 33' had Jay A. Reames Bartz, ,Mrs.Mrs.J.U.H.T.Doty Koch, Mrs., Mrs., V. .

\ some pertinent remarks
concerning The Woman's Society of the Community I Frank Mooney and Mrs. H. A. Bes-
Held Tuesday Evening the qualifications of teachers and Church is planning to serve On Wednesday of this week Archibald tor

E said it had been his policy to try sandwiches and drinks at the noon I I Surrency; Junior Martinez and

and get good teachers and then not Neely Davis were sent to Camp Bland-
The meeting of the ParentTeacher's hour the
two ,days or the
Association was extremely well Interfere with their methods V of ale. I I I ing for their ''pre-induction physical New Fire Department .

attended Tuesday evening at 8:15 p. teaching. He sPoke of the new school I I I Asked what disposal would be I examinations but it is pointed out Holds First ,Practice '- !

m., at the schoo It was the first house under construction and made made of goods which be that no boy still in high school will ..
any might
a number of remarks' concerning the be sent for induction until after he -
the school I I
meeting of I
new year I
left over after the sale, DIr Kiersky
'was presided over by 1\1rs. R. '''M.I I operation of the, new lunchroom.Prof. said, "There'll be nothing left over.I II I graduates or 'until after he has passed The first practice held by the i
Hare, Jr., vice-president. Evans then introduced W. 'I his twentieth birthday providing newly re-organized volunteer fire
I expect everything to be sold before
A committee composed of Mrs. M.I11I. N. Martin and Wm. C. Owen, mem- the end of the second he keeps up his school work. Another department was held Monday afternoon I

Prewitt, chairman, :Mrs. E.: 1\1.1 bers of the board of,' trustees who -- dflY. I i young .man was in this call, Des- with excellent results, it was \

Mills, 1\11'5. C. Y. Berner and simply acknowledged the introduc=: I mend Prevatt, but he is now serving reported by E. M, Dull, recently ap-

Alyne Gardner was named to pur- Hon. Selective Service I .in the Merchant Marine' which pointed by the ,city commission to
chase at once a new pianQ., It The final talk of the morning was Lists 660 Men From service has asked a deferment for head the organization as chief. '.

announced that the Community wasl by Mrs. 1\I. M. Prewitt on the sub- him.On An organizational meeting was

tel' will be open ui l.m.idnight" ject: "Wl1at Your Community Ex- County In Service the same day William France I held at the city hall Wednesday: '

lowing football games so tiuat 'the i pecta C1f the School." Despite the I Tindall was sent for ''induction. I night to discuss and pass on by-laws \
---- I I for the organization but officers '}
young people may enjoy the post- vast Scope of he subject Mrs. Prewitt -- ,
The Hendry County Selective r elected this
were not at meeting.
game dances. It was recommended handled it weli and indicated I DRIVERS WARNED
Service office announced this week r Plans
are being made for zoning
and unanimously supported by the that the
greatest -
expectation of the I
I a tabulation of figures compiled -- I the city for fire calls and it is prob-
'parents the fourth grade be di- community is for school I
vided and another teacher secured. a which I July by the state office which showed AU drivers who have not obtained able that a system of alarms will be
I can hold its own with other scll
"Mrs. A. H. King was elected preSi- the same size in standardL'of iolsin the county with a total of 660 a permit by October 1 will be re-, worked out whereby the fire whistle
group men in all services volunteer and quired to stand examination
an given will indicate the section of town in
'dent to succeed Mrs. B. L.
Thompson -, education, can turn out
'inductee, at that date. by the Florida Highway Patrol which which any fire may be' located.
who has moved to ,Arcadia and
which can take their place in the I
vr..this number 463 were white consists of three parts, written test, -- '
:Mrs. Richard Heath was elected sec- business world be
or prepared fOr a men. 243 in the 18 to 25-year test and actual test.
retary, succeeding Mrs C. E. Bjorn- higher education and students who I were,, .I I eye driving Baptist Church Has .

son who has left Clewis ton. Mrs. would I
do their utmost to take full
) 'Hare is the vice-president and \Irs' advantage of their opportunities. New Methodist Church Season of Prayer

Gene Powers, thg treasurer. The I
assembly closed after a few
Quentin Evans, the principal, introduced -
announcements by Mr Evans. The State Mission Season of Prayer -

the teachers fo the parents Several was held at the First Baptist

and guests and Mrs. 1\1. 1\1. Prewitt songs were,sung by the as- :. ..!: Church last week. The singing of
sembly with Miss Alyne'Gardner
gave a welcoming ,address to the ,
music teacher, at the piano. 4 "Bringlng In The Sheaves" opened
faculty.Mr. the meeting. Mrs., Fred Sikes gave

Evans spoke briefly concerning the devotional, reading from Mat-

the cooperation that he has Membership Drive :r.iiwfy:; thew 13th chapter. Prayers were

._ found among the students of the offered that the missionary work tn
Preparing Church r .
school and commended them hlghly Z.
our state would continue to grow.A .
for this spirit. He asked for the //
For was
I Founder's Week very interesting program
parents to work with him and the J4"V presented. A picture of the differ-

teachers in making this an out- ent phases of mission work being
Rev Laurie Ray pastor Of the '
standing year. He assured his audi- done in our state was placed on a

ence of his continued efforts to have First Methodist Church of Lake I V ; chart as each one presented her part. t

the Clewlston High School declared Wales, has been In Clewiston this J. 'itY ns S: b Those taking part were \Irs. A. R. r rnroadfoot

an accredited one. week assisting the local pastor, Rev 1 S {,: wfl 7titV' 1\Irs. W. Parrish, \Irs. t t'W.

At the close of the business meet- W. S. Bozeman, in making a membership I CJS1wwf' A. Montgomery, Mrs. J. E. Elder, i i11rs.

Ing and the addresses the guests enjoyed I survey of the community to I i hH 1i >.> 1M"1"f""""":rrn,,, r1f,." -".-:."'*""""' P' E. Walker, Mrs Fred Topper, I

refreshments of a variety of secure as many charter members as I! .< t" : ;'::; .h: ::42.,. .' :" .w.:: .., i :' "';-""' Mrs. F. L Dunawa and \Irs. T. L. ::
yj. t. .
sandwiches and punch served from n f possible for the Founder's Day < ,t ::: t u : .J ; ..
program : : : -7 Y.-5- '"'"<'> > 1I Tanner. An offering was taken for i
to f' 1J.i":1: : '1.i, ( .:d. ,;: i' !t,.$ &. /; :xJ: .
beautifully appointed table, laid with I he held here on October 7. !'I + : I II I State Missions and the meeting .

a lace cloth and centered with a Beginning Monday evening theItounder's closed wIth .
: pra"er. ,
bowl of pink and blue water lilIles, Week program will begin I : 61 I '

flanked by pink tapers in silver with messages being brought each 11 I I i _...-"""",, .,-,:, \;.,.; .m 11 ,.;.... >.7.'" NOTICE
candlestick 11olders. Fern was artistically evening by Rev. John 1\I. Sikes, pas- I

arranged around the center .tor of the Methodist Church of Dunnellon Above is the architect's conception of the proposed new Methodist Mrs. E. 'V. Durst announced this
the base of the I Church to be erected In Clewistoll in the near, future. The site II III
..... piece and at holders The week's activities will I week that she is not going to con-
end has not yet been definitely decided upon but will be ou Ventura
: with the program on October 7. duct the pre-school age kinder arten.
V ;V probably the Baptist Church and Pacific Avenue.
: In rowing the oars should be just The nightly services are to be held Rev. W. S. Bozeman, pastor of the church states that the building One out ot 20 U. S. farms changed

below the surface of the water, never. at 8 o'clock at the Community will be done In units and that the first unit will probably be started I hands during the ;rear ending March

plunged In deeply. I Church within the next :few weeks. 1, 1945.

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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH prayer service. This is a place where To Speak Tuesdav ,
H. Mendor, Pastor I I we can have sweet fellowship with "
i "Indian
I I each other, sing great hymns of if Queen, Philadelphia Inn,

'THE SINGING CHURCH" praise, and join in prayer of com- Center For Revolutionary Leaders .
Sunday School-9:45 a. m. I mon interest. We try to lot theI :
:Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. I word of God speak to our hearts each r .

Subject: "What Is The Bible?" 1 I week. Come with 'us this next Wed- ON June 25, 1776, the members dependent States of America." "
Training Union-6:45 p. m. i nesday. !! I Pennsylvania's important I Indian Queen Tavern, which has ,
Evening Worship-8:00 p. m. Sunbeams meet Thursday at 3:30 i;I I Committee of Safety left Carpen- since given way to a business buildIng .' .
Subject: "The Incarnation of p. m., at the church. : I was for '
years a rival of the '"';',-a;;.
R. A.'s meet Thursday night at the
fchiist. I Ia I I City Tavern as Philadelphia's most \-1; ,
:Prayer Service Wed., 8:00 p. m. I church at 7:30 P- m. I important meeting'place of Revolu- ..
I! a man thinks he has a
Study: "The Book of Revelation,I tionary times. During the occupation ,
when he has only Il .;.P;
clear i : of Philadelphia, it served _
Chapter 2. I I I t as :
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in a poor memory. I II II I i I I headquarters of British General ,' :..
Friendliness goes a long way '
William Howe.
life and we appreciate being where II I l I : ,
Washington lived there )
)people are friends. That is the I THE CHURCH OF GOD Ii for a time and ----- ,

>Atmosphere: which you will find, Rev. R- R. Holland-, Pastor II i It Is chronicledthat
permeating our church services. We:, -- ="'-- his farewellto n' .
invite you to come with us and let"Us i I Sunday School-10:00 a. m. I I Indian Queen Tavern Philadelphiawas -
become your friend. You will Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. ters Hall in Philadelphia to cele- made at the
find a most cordial welcome awaiting I Evening Worship-8:00 p. m. II brate the adjournment of a seven- Indian Queen ....<.
you. Be with us at our services I I Tuesday Prayer Meeting-8:15 day conference with a dinner at Tavern follow- j -'. ;-'..': .'
next Sunday. p. m. Indian Queen Tavern. Increasingthe ing the inaugu- I ;
Our church will observe annual Thursday, Y. P. E., 8:15 p. m. militia_strength was one of the ration of his sue- -!f;
promotion day Sunday. This is the L. W. W. B. Sunday, 7:30 'p. m. President Harry F. Truman will principal points discussed.The cessor, John Washington ",
'tIme when we make a shift in all our Acts: 20:28. Take heed therefore address the nation in a radio broadcast air was charged with expec- Adams, as President, on March 4, ., :':
classes. Be sure you are there this unto yourselves, and to all the flock, on all networks, from the White tancy I of an early Declaration of 1797. -. !','
Sunday. Time, 9:45 a. m. Bring over the which the Holy Ghost hath House next Tuesday evening, Oct. Independence, and the toast responded Robert Morris,who helped finance' i;
Jyour whole family. made you overseers, to feed the 2, 1945, at 10:40 P. M., on behalf to by all of the Committeemen the Revolution, and John Adams' .: +1
Let "us not forget the mid-week Church of God, which he hath pur- of the National War Fund Campaign. I including Benjamin Franklinand and Thomas Jefferson were other, ';::,'.:;
Following the President, Governor I Dr. Benjamin Rush, famed Indian Queen' residents at various ." :,'
;N:..:.:..:..:..:..:..e..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..o--.:..: :.:..:..:..:..: Caldwell, State Chairman and Wal-I physician, was "to the free and in. times :-<:'
President of the u u "
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Florida Division, will speak. Re-, No Extension Oni j October 1, and urged all drivers to ,
Until You Can Buy A member the time and date, Tuesday I i purchase licenses Immediately to "
I I evening, Oct. 2, 1945. at 10:30: P. M.I Drivers' Licenses I I avoid a last minute rush. '
I I According to reports received, on- ".: t\_

NEW car: 1 t ly 223,060'licenses have been issued ;" ::
'I chased with his own blood. TALLAHASSEE Captain Olin I this year in comparison with 355- '
Hill, acting director of the Depart-I I hI
You have cordial invitation to il 589 issued at this time last year. .
Take Good Care of Your a
ment of Public Safety, said today I
attend one and all of these, services. "
that there will be no extension on :'
I I the 'time allowed to purchase 1946 l Time' Marches On, and On ;_

PRESENT; car CLEWISTON CHURCH COMMUNITY i i I drivers' licenses, the deadline being I IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID '.'

Hancock, MinisterSUNDAY :
David O. [ r;;
SEPT. 23, 1945
Bring it to us regularly for Sunday 9:45 a. m., Dr. C. FLIGHT INSTRUCTION TVT :..:

E. Gericke, superintendent.. Classesfor

all ages. Of All Kinds In For ..' :',
: Morning Worship, 11:00 a. m. 4-\\ '
j nursery for small children is Private and, Commercial .f1PiLOT'S
Care and Maintenance ducted by the Mothers' Club at the I

Community Center. I LICENSESClass >/
I .
"This Tug-of-War: Which Is I" is''
the theme of the minister's sermon. I .:.
Westminster Fellowship will meetat -
the church at 12:30' p.: m. I .. .
CHRISTIAN CHEVROLET You are cordially invited to worship I .



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I 8:00 P. M., Regular Worship. t I {
and Electric Service
The Methodist services will be heldIn I! : :!: ,
I the Community Church. This is ; : .

Well'when' a change of place of worship. Formerly I. ... .. .",
: Sleep brary.services All are were invited held to in come the and Li-I :_:: Home and Auto Radio Parts and Tubes :is t: '"::'.

All Makes ..
enjoy the fellowship.ST. '.:. .;. ":',

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the Wind Blows I J ::!: ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES :i: ...:-
Services every sunaay: at 8:30a. I *i; Fluorescent Lighting Fixtures Wiring :: '
m., at Clewiston Community


I in Charge
I ;; GEO. WEAVER and T. J. CASON 1 '
Fr. Peter J. Reilly, Pastor :: Telephone 163 :!: ,

I Mass-9:00 a. m. \

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of sugar cane in continental United States, ccm s'bag after bag'of,.golden brown raw sugar. .' .:: : _,1.
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Here and working and working hard to insure maximum .
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of this vitally needed energy food. Through their efforts more sugar this year will, .._ : ;; .F-

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)' state chairmanship of the '1946 fundraising before long a person could consult I tober 1, expire January 31, 1946. tion Book ,Four will become valid.

U. S. ARMY CALLS I, campaign of the American a chart in his area and determinehow SUGAR next Monday, October 1, it was announced >
i Cancer Society. much it will cost to modernizea Stamp No. 38 expires Dec. 31.
I The announcement of Dean Ma- bathroom, put a new roof on the I yesterday.
FOR I therly's appointment was made here garage or barn, or build a whole i
Airplane stamps Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, in i Governor Caldwell said: "ThI -*
this week by Mrs. Malcolm Smith, house. I
Book Three continue valid indefini I National War Fund Campaign in,
;.:' FOR 3-YEAR TERMS state field commander.Dean I tely. I 1945 will, I am confident, be entirely -*
r Matherly is widely known Cattle AssociationTo
", I successful and Florida's share in
"',' throughout the' state and can be depended FIVE MORE RED STAMPS GOOD! it
a true reflection of the patriotism

The army is calling for volun- I, successful upon campaign to organize the most Prosecute Five more red stamps in War Ra I I,I and unselfishness of our people."

teers. Young men to enlist as Cattle RustlersThe .
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"Guardians of Victory" for a period .

,:,sl' of three years. I Building Costs To .
Everglades Cattlemen's As-
,:.1 Any young man, 18 to 31 years of
Be Controlled By sociation has joined with the State
age, whether now in service, a veteran -i
Cattlemen's Association in
a movement -
:, or a civilian, is eligible.
11, i
OPA Regional HeadsSome to end rustling in the State of
;, ,. Their job: To preserve the peace :.,
.. Florida. To this end Attorney Pat (( -..
: : r
, won by force of arms at a cost of 'A..
'::',: more than 1,000,000 casualties. details on OPA's ,most far- Whittaker of Tampa has been em- ..;;,.,,, r;,
ployed to assist in the prosecution of '
peace-time price control
:. Germany and Japan must be reaching
,;j'. ,watched and controlled for at least program have been released by OPA cattle thieves any where in Florida,

" a generation, lest they take ad-I regional officials in Atlanta with the providing' the prosecuting member is '_,..,r-.. .
in good standing with his local as- .
vantage of ,us to build for another declaration "building material costs
: world war. must and will' be stabilized." sociation.Bob .

, .;::: '-.' It will be the task of the postwar OPA asserted, "One look at the Roberts of Immokalee, presi- ,THE RETURN OF ,PEACE

,':, army to keep with this watch to record of what happened after the I dent pf' the Everglades Cattlemen's

',":' guarantee peace to the world. I last war is enough to show why' thisprogram Association which takes in Hendry, Means
ital68:000': Glades, Lee, Collier: and the western
is : mortgage
Recruiting stations have been es-I so .
)' tablished throughout the seven states foreclosures on homes in 1926; 97- portion of Palm Beach counties, attended -

,7:, of the Fourth Service,Command. One 000 in 1927; 116,000 in 1928; 134- the state meeting of director A Return To Competitive
I representatives at Bartow when it
: ; '. is within easy travel distance of .000 in 1929.
, home. Detailed information was agreed to employ Attorney Business Methods
I. your I Commenting on these figures a
Whitaker, in order to curb a wave of
( Army opportunities may be obtained few days ago, OPA Administrator !
" cattle stealing in every part of the
.\ upon request. I Chester Bowles' said, "That's what. sta tee'This
:.:.' There is an army recruiting stahf. happens, when a building boom goes The Best Means of 'Selling in Your Home Town Is
: tion at the court house, Orlando, I bust." was reported ,at the local as-
.-t' Room 405-6 Tampa Theatre Building sociation meeting held Saturday at Through the Advertising Columns of Your
: Authority' has been received from the court house, and at that time the
: :, Tampa, or 212 Post Office Home Town NewspaperGET
Washington empowering regional
': Building, Tallahassee. group present voted to assess each
OPA officials to set community doll-
; member one cent per cattle head,
I ar-and-cent ceiling prices on construction payable to the treasurer, W. T. Hull,
I materials and building to be sent the state association to
' : costs in each area. These will be apply on attorney fees.C. .

:' / TAMPA, Sept. 19-FNS-Dean decided upon after a survey has been C. '''Best, field representative ,of i

,;:. Walter J. Matherly of the school of I completed ,to determine what costs the state association was present and

;, business administration of the University building is anticipated, according to among other things requested the THE CLEWISTON NEWSIs

i:;. of Florida, has accepted the OPA, and regional officials said that local association to make an 'effort

,' to increase its membership and to
.{ I
also equipped to take care of your job printing needs,
take a more active part in association {

affairs. with work when ,you want it and as you want it-reasonably : -

: War Revives Shipbuilding in Canada I Possibilities of raising funds to be priced.Federal.
used in entertaining the state associ-

-' ation at the annual meeting which
v.-: % 'a + will be held January 8 and 9 in

I Clewiston was taken up for discus- .
sion but no definite plans were made.

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Fl through Kl expire Nov. 30.
LI through Ql expire' Dec. 31. A

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Madam La Rose :;: October 1, 2 and 3-Beardsley Office :'

A crane lowers a plate into place
r on the keel assembly of a 10,000- .:. .t,
':' ton cargo vessel being built In a .;. LABELLE 0}
; .. ..
" Canadian shipyard. Inset. shows EXPERIENCEIf '
an SO YEARS : \ :
" ,' expert workman employed in the :_: :!:
; sail loft of the Canadian Naval :: October 4th -" Court House

\,' .; dockyards. ;yon are lu ::!: I :!: I

;", had trouble doubt :!: ::
, : SHIPBUILDING been dor- or fear do' not MOORE HAVEN
for more than
fall to see tbls

.?c:f: ; 20 berths years were before available the war.for Only the nine con- ars gifted She Trill Indy.emit :=: October 5th and 6th-To Noon Saturday =::

'., struction of large vessels. Couse's Office :_:
and your Judge
}: From 14 fairly large yards with .. ..
-/.' limited facilities and about 15 I loved ones by: :
; : smaller boatworks in 1939, the Canadian name. y
f, shipbuilding industry grew ::
t..c' : to 25 major and 65 smaller yards 'No one In trouble turned nwny. Formerly Internal Revenue Office Specializing on Estate and );
k,.c by the end of 1944. Existing yards '!For white' or coloied. nok for Y
;r-:'; were greatly expanded and graving hand algm.NALL'S :=: Ten Years Florida TelTito'r Inheritance Taxes :::

tZ-:. docks piers machine shops, COURT HOUSE No. 7 .:. ALSO ASSISTANCE ON NEW YORK STATE :.
i marine railways and a large floating -
i..; :;, drydock capable of berthing South Clewiston :!: .' ASD OTHER STATE INCOME: TAXES ::'

:t.'n: two seagoing vessels at time yI'Jl.
one small boats and 4,700-ton cargo :
f' : built for .. .. .. __ ,.... ..
were ship repairs. ships.. : : ; Ar.'!:'! = -1.i: =;, In the first quarter of 1940 some To the end of 1944 Canada had

.:..?' 4,000 shipbuilding.men were The directly engaged in built 314 large cargo vessels and r.;. r.A.u; rlr'k" 'r.I.I.i: : < t.Ja'J''IA: : :>'r.'yo;"' '" ""H".I'fI: .. ..,.,...':'T...........,...,,,,_: "" : 7 ,.,.,.."" ,",,",.. ;("C'-
employment peak 31 smaller coastal vessels with an
,:"": ./ was reached in 1943 when i
more aggregate tonnage of 3,392,700 had
; I ,., ...
than 75,000 men and women, exclusive delivered 454 naval escort vessels ,:' ;;,j; < r H"IXJI'" We Have Plenty of, '.y.-'O'::; !a.>' """"'- r.=- :c.=n -
\.: .
of those
employed by various' and constructed a total of 2.882
contractors ,,, .... ,
components other and 'T "j"2r.<" "'''
I ships special purpose """"'C::;"'u.c..d:: >::;:;-cr "'i2o 1u := -: <<= '"
{(,4;, : were at work in the yards. craft. In addition 524 small pow.

j-":.:, That was the peak year, too for ered craft and 3.713 small craft iTifffTT" '" ,.= MUateiZ,,UEUi, -,-
; the construction of heavy cargo without power were built. At May ROO

' Y: :. vessels.naval Other escort craft vessels produced mine included 31 been, 1945 spent, a on total small of $20.469,404 boat construc had 1R.rc.If)!; }. ,,..,,.....,..",....;;,;,n Ii!'!. =, _.... .. .

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The Clewiston News morning when we stood up 'before .:..:..: :..:..:..:..::.:..:..:..:.:.:-:..::.:..:-:..:..:.:.:..:...:..:..:..: ENGINEERING'WORK cannot be Issued by the county judge
the student body at the high school unless both parties present certifi-

and attempted to make a talk. We cates showing that they have under-
managed to control our knees and Remember When?--- REAl gone tests with a negative reaction
Published every Friday In Clewlston, IS BEGUN ON
Florida, by ',the CLEWISTON NEWS, get most of the tremble out of the By Frances Nail not more than 30 days prior to application '
Inc. voice after a few minutes but we for the license. In cases- of

doubt if any child present knows LINES FOR COUNTYMoore pregnancy, however, the judge Is
Entered as second class! mall matter what we said. For that matter we .:M.N.N:N:N.M:N:N:N:M:..:MOH. .MAN. .N:N:N:M:N.N:M:N:N:..:. given .jurisdiction to issue a license

February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In don't know ourselves.! N I despite the, medical report.
Cfewiston, Florida under the Act of Taken from the files of the Clew-
The strain was almost too (
March 3, l&OT. nervous ( Haven Democrat) ---
much folks, so if we failed to do iston News Sept. 28, 1928)) .
justice to what the other speakershad F. G. Craig, representing the WAR
CARR SETTLED Publisher Rehabilitation work in the storm Southern Engineering Company of TIME ENDS
to say put it down to our upset
stricken area east of Clewiston was Atlanta arrived here last week and
Subscription Rate--$%.:;o Per Tea condition and a mind strained be-
I I 'I well underway and a Red Cross rep- has aready) begun staking the lines
responsiveness to words or OCTOBER 1 WAS IN
Advertising Jlnten On Application. yond
I thoughts.It resentative from Washington had for the new power lines to be con- ;

arrived to direct the work. Plans structed by the Glades Electric Cooperative -

Devoted* to the advancement and welfare were in progress to get refugees reinstated -' in this and adjacent coun- EFFECT THREE YEARS
of Clewiston and Hendry County.i was an interesting article on in homes as soon as pos- ties.
I the 1928 hurricane which appearedin 'I
and sible and it was"estimated that the Despite high water Mr. Craig has i -
the October Reader's Digest I work would take sixty days. An already staked out about three miles I
much moro accurate than such ar- Clocks of the nation are to be set
editorial, "The Red Cross, was of line toward Main's
RATIO ticles usually are. At least, from Corner and back one hour on October 1, thereby -
lavish in its of organizatoin -
praise an
new members added to his this
crew I ending war time and going backto
what we remember, it appeared ac
that is ready to help,
ever week will enable him to make faster a peace time basis.
curate. Old-timers here can prob- wether in in, time. The
or peace
time from
vouch for the authenticity of now on. I War time, or daylight saving'
Red Cross planned to help with
per- '
the various stories told but our new I I sonnel and financially in assistingthe J. E. Frierson, coordinator for the :time, went into effect on Feb. 9,
city commissioner Mutt Thomas, REA said this week that the con- 1942 for the period of the durationof
unfortunate in. restoring
was not credited with having survived tractor is expected to be here be- the war.. Congress declared at
homes and in
were pouring
the storm. He was the only supplies tween the tenth and fifteenth of October the time that this was being done in ,.
On The House from the generous folks in St. Pet-
surviving child in the C.E., Thomas ersburg. to begin construction of the order to conserve power for war production -

family. But the article recalls, with lines. Materials are being .
By D. C. S. | Less than a week after the first deliver-I I Now '
vivid clarity that night of horror and ed much faster now and it congress unanimously voted'

There is little evidence left of the ;i was circulated almost on the date of cow was unloaded'at the new $30,000 lieved that by that time shipments !j I to go back to pre-war time, which,

recent hurricane except talk and j what was almost an anniversary Clewiston Dairy (just west of the will be coming through sufficient to !j means daylight comes an hour ,later,
I( railroad crossing on the highway to keep the work going. i I likewise nightfall.
even that has died down somewhat. reappearance. I,
LaBelle O. Jeffries
) L. manager, an-
'Streets have been_ cleaned of most } One mobile unit purchased by the i
nounced that the demand for milk
of the debris of leaves, twigs and tree ', Philip McLeod MemberPhi here, was so much ,greater than the cooperative for additional power I Sale of Driver Licenses
trunks and this latest exhibition of needed beyond that of the city plant .

the ferocity of nature has been re- Kappa TauGAINESVILLE. would supply be that required.an additional 20 cows has been shipped and is expected to Still Lagging

legated to history by most of the \ arrive very shortly. A second unitis .
Miss Beatrice Kettl (Mrs. George in but is "
t'itizens. temporary use expectedto
The sale of driver licenses is still
Yon) announced plans for the con- be
available when needed. These'
Not down at the U. S. Engineer lagging according to report sub-
so a
I fraternities being ,
of 19 social are
pins struction of a home and tea room to two units will give all of the
office where Mr. Broadfoot is spend- power mitted by County Judge R. M. Har-
students the University -
I worn, by on be built ,on the corner of Pasadenaand
necessary for the cooperativeuntil
ing ninety-nine per cent of his time ris, which lists total sales Tuesdayat
of Florida campus San Benito (the C. J. Lovvorn
the is
new plant constructed
to I ,
listening to complaints and trying intensive three-day rush periodi 1,299.
figure out; how you can please all i freshman week. Phi Delta ) and permanent power units installed. This means that, with only four
l during
of the people part of the time and I Theta copped the most men by in Of particular interest at this time I days left, sales are 1,000 short of 4

that part right now. !1 pledging 27. Pi Kappa Alpha and view of the recent victory over the total at the deadline Oct. 1 of
japan, is a letter, printed on the
Over on the south side of the lake Delta Tau Delta followed along with New Healthy last year.
front page, from Mama, and PapaS. ..
Drivers of vehicles
of motor are
the same folks who, a couple 2 6. "
months ago, were crying for water Two more fraternities-Chi Phi Watanabe, the Japanese couple Marriages Law ", ",', ,' again reminded that after Oct. 1, it

conservation<<; and a high lake level I I and Tau Epsilon Phi-returned coactive who were among the first residentsof will be impossible to obtain a new
Clewiston and the first managersof Effective Oct. 1 .
permit without first
are already sending in resolutions status after being,inactive dur- standing a
asking that the lake level maximumbe I I ing the war years. Other fraternities the Watanabe' Hotel (the Clewis- I driver's, test. In Hendry County the J
ton Emergency Hospital) to Mr. and
cut to sixteen feet from its present now active are: Alpha Gamma (Hendry County News) test will be given by State Road Patrolman -
Mrs. Claude L. Downs, managers in R. E.:: Hamrick."I'm .
seventeen foot standing. The Rho, Alpha Tau Omega, Beta ThetaPi County Judge R. M. Harris has
I 1928. The letter thanks the people
difference that then it was dry and Delta Tau Delta, Kappa Alpha, here for their kindness and reads in received a supply of the new forms I -----

water was needed; now it is wet and I i Kappa Sigma, Phi Delta Theta, Phi ; which must be submitted after ,October -I looking for a farm to rent,"
part: "Japan remarkable l'
the water,is giving trouble. Like most j!;.Gamma Delta, Phi Kappa Tau, Pi has pro- 1 by all applicants for mar- said a capable man who came into

folks they can't see any advantage]j i Kappa Alpha, Pi Kappa Phi, Pi ever gressed lived compared in. But with before rememberour we riage licenses showing that the par- j Dour office some time ago.. "But one

in conserving water until the ,well,j I Lambda Phi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, we ties concerned are not infected with I thing sure-I, am not interested
happy times in America often
(Lake) runs dry.: But the lake has I Sigma Chi, Sigma Nu, Sigma Phi so syphilis. The law requiring premarital -:any'land except good land. ,I've madeup
and for '
pine the people In Clewis-
already' jumped 'to its seventeen foot Epsilon and Theta Chi. physical examination for detection my mind that never again will I

stage and regulations say that it Philip McLeod of Clewiston was a ton. They expressed a hope to return of the disease was passed at stick a plow into anybody's poor
here the
must be maintained at that level. pledge to Phi Kappa Tau. following Februarybut the last session of the legislature.The ,land. I'll quit farming first.-The l..

That means discharge at full capacity the Watanabes never came ,back law provides that licenses !Progressive Farmer.
from the land that has i
I given to
through the. Caloosahatcb.ee and the
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Two Clewiston Girls world cherry trees hari kin -
St. Lucie. Lands adjacent these e<..<_,..... .tJ[
rivers depend on a gravity outlet I Active In Orientation hito present, kaml the'-most kazes, impressive kimonos and me-at

into these streams when they are BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER,
flooded and the discharge means-Program At FSCW morial to science on record-the_ x

that the level stays up and they stay I ruins of Hiroshima' and Nagasaki. 7:00 TO 9:30 A. M. 12:00 TO 2:00: P. M. 6:30 TO 8:30 P. M.
I From the stories I've heard,about,the
flooded. So as one group is helped : I
TALLAHASSEE Sept. 27Miss Watanabes from people who knew
another is hurt which means that
I Marianne Jones and Miss Jo Ann them in the
'' early days here they
Mr. Broadfoot, as engineer in charge
!! Long of Clewiston are active in the probably regretted times their CLEWISTON[ INN
doesn't have any easy chair to fill at I many
freshman orientation program which return to the land
the present time. [ ,of the rising sun I
I I began with the opening of freshman and, the setting son of Heaven.
'We hate to have it seem that we[
week today at Florida State College
Miss Lynette Willingham of Moor
can't recognize high water when it for Women. DINE AT THE INN .
Haven became the bride of Roy Al-
comes but we feel impelled to say I : ,' "
Miss Jones is one of 88 junior, ston of CJewiston on Sunday in Bar-
that water, once discharged from the i I counselors appointed to advise first-I I FOR GOOD FOOD

lake is gone forever and can only be| year students, 'while Miss Long is a tow.A '
I most amusing story is told of
replaced the Almighty decides
member of the blue-jacketed sopho-
| the escape, during the 'storm, of Fish Fresh I
that the time is ripe. Conservationists -I more council which offers aid to I Vegetables
should take note of this and also freshmen during their first week at 'Tarzan, Clewiston's monkey and the
take steps. I sole occupant of the local zoo. He
college. The junior counselors live .
I climbed to the top of the water tank
in the freshman dormitories and
when his home blew over and next
We were faced with the toughest[ continue as advisors to the freshmen
Meet Your Friends In Our
day went on a tour of the town. His
assignment in our career Monday, throughout the year.
best afternoon
was probably on the
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roof of the ,Ame's residence (the H. '

BlIMiililillllll\ M I R. Hall home) when he hid behind COCKTAIL LOUNGE

the chimney and hurled debris at

. nearby workmen. When they at-
tempted to stone him he would peek
Our NewFURNITURE from behind the chimney and bare Open 11:00 A. M. to 2:00 P. M. 4:00, P. M.

his teeth in a derisive grin. Finallyhe
To 12:00
took refuge in the trees on the

i STORE ridge at Gus' Farm and all attemptsto

recapture him were in vain., Have

i looked up subsequent issues and am --

i : unable to find anything more about
Tarzan so will one of you early set- yPVINGS
i .. tlers please 'y q yQP
I satisfy my curiosity as s TtTV O
," to the fate of Clewiston's first ,zoo 4. INVfSTMNT.y OP YOUR' t.
I tenant?


have a large stock of 'new furniture on hand OX WEDNESDAY NIGHT ., 99NC Q ,
f COaQ

and more :arriving regularly. 'Also a small stock of i I,

I 'Mrs. C. M. Giddens was honored

used furniture.Get with a surprise birthday party Wed-

nesday night at the home of Mr. and j'ftsavi'ngsaccount:)

Mrs. W. A. Montgomery. The din-

your order in for a new washing machine. ing table was laid with a lace cloth

and a beautifully decorated, birth-
First shipment expected next week. day cake graced the center. Lighted is

tapers in candelabra stood at either

New Radios Here Soon end.Various games were played and personalpreparedness

songs were sung, after which Mrs.

Giddens opened the many gifts givento

her by her friends. Refreshmentsof

I (!J fruit punch and cake were serv- 1I0At

1 ed to Mr. and Mrs. Giddens and

Bobby and Don, Mr. and Mrs J. E. R against

Elder and Patsy, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. '

- i ALDERMAN Curtner and daughters, Mr. and Mrs.R. 4Jw
the future.f
i H: Crawford, Mrs. Otha Giddens ::) !

of Pahokee, Mrs. M. C. Doke, Miss :
and WRIGHT I Betty Jo Giddens, Mr. and Mrs. G.

F. Sersons, Mr. and Mrs. Earl ,Peters $

Hay Building Clewis ton, Florida I IF. and Barbara and Mrs. H. J, Roath.IS Clewiston Federal I Association Savings and Loan

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.j Xi i j: BRIDGE CLUB Harriet Magill, Lyn VaughnJudy UNDERSIGNED hereby grve

and Becky Francis Glenda Sue
. notice of their intention" register-
f Mrs. A. W. Lawrence was hostessto Etherton, Mickey Mooney, Donnie with the Clerk of the Circuit Court In
her bridge club at her home and for Hendry County Florida, the
Dale Rosenburg, Jean and
and : name ot "THE SOUTH
f Thursday night. Mrs. R. M. Hare, rLORJD.A..
I Johnnie Brantley, Joe and Betty Sue EQUIPMENT CO. as a fictitious nam
Jr., won toilet water for high, Mrs. Parsons under and in compliance with the
Sarabeth Sikes
?: Betty Lou, terms and provisions of the Fictitious
I .:.1 V. C. Woodward received bath pow- Patsy and Janet Casper, Philip Name Statute of the State of Florida.

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Etherton was presented with soap Lamar McLendon
I Mr and Mrs. E. E. Kelly and Mr. Sally and
Miss Roberta Foy spent last week for low score prize. I

end with, friends in Jacksonville.G. I: and Mrs. R.,'''M. Bishop returned Fri- Tuna fish salad was served to Mrs.R. I Fay McCarthy Durrence, Sharon, Donna Bembry Gayle, Martin Bonnie, : FOR SALE: 'O piano
from visit in the North Caro-
day a
: C. Nowling, Mrs. Hare, Mrs. Georgia and Johnny Weetman and
H. Brown is in Miami today attending lina mountains., Etherton, Mrs. H. C. Thompson, I Hank Thompson. in good condition. Carl

't the, Bendix school. --- Mrs. C. L. McLendon, Mrs. V. C.
Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Dehon left Woodward and Mrs. Joe Mothers present were: Mrs. C. L. E. Nelson, 31,0 W., Ven-

,,-< Mrs. Ruth Wilcox and Miss Lois this week to return to their former ------ HallTED McLendon, Mrs. Philip"Thielen, Sr.,

Prince spent Wednesday in West home in Ocala Mr. Dehon was DRIGGERS HAS Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. David Han- tura. 1 tp
cock, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. Quen-
Palm Beach. associated with Riddle Field: SECOND BIRTHDAY PARTY
tin Evans, Mrs. Judson Francis and

Miss Gervis Hathcock is visiting R. C. Wilson, Rev. David ,C. Han- Mrs. Fred Sikes. FOR SALE: Last of the
Ted Wayne Driggers celebratedhis
this cock, W. N. Martin; E. Elliott Gross
relatives in Cairo, Georgia,
second birthday with a party at ; Riddle houses three
and Dr. Wiley were fishing off the -
the home of his parents, Mr. and ,
coast, of Everglades: City Thursday.: of 11)2.1
Mrs. C. A. Driggers on Saturday, Sep- bedrooms unfurnished.
Mrs. Lela Garcia and daughter, '.-
tember 22. A pastel color schemeof
Suzan Gale, visited in Miami over the Mrs. Betty Beattie has resigned IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
pink and green was carried out Also
week-end. rc her position with the U. S. En- I JUDGE HENDRY COUNTY gas refrigerator
in the decorations and refreshments.
gineers which she has held for the STATE OF FLORIDA.In .
<. Favors of red twirlers were given to re the Estate of: sale. J. C. Ziler 614 I Os-
four ,
Mrs. Henry Lutes left this week past years and has accepted a EDWARD STANLEY RICHMOND
the little guests. Birthday cake, ice
for New York City, where she will position with Vaughn and Wright. Deceased. ceola.
cream and baskets of candy were 1
visit for a month. To all Creditors, Legatees, Distributees tp
served. and all Persons having Claims or
Mrs. Bill Stalions left Friday for
Invited were Linda Cook, Ronnie Demands against said Estate:
Miss Renee Wethington and Miss Birmingham, Ala., where she will You, and each of you, are hereby
Summers, Diane Walker, Bucky Cato, notified and WANTED
, required to present any TO RENT
Marjorie Combs spent the week-end join her husband who is in the ;
Dale Bryant, Marjorie Hand, Sally claims and demands which you or
visiting in Arcadia and Sarasota. Army. Mrs. Stalions has been em- either of you, may have against the
ployed at the Sugar Bowl. Cammack, Hank Thompson, Jerry estate of EDWARD STANLEY RICH- House ,or apartment -
Lang and Lamar McLendon. MOND, deceased late of Hendry Coun-
Mr., and Mrs. Stafford Beach of ty, Florida, to the Hon. R. M.Harris,
Palm Beach were Sunday guests of Dean Holland, son of Mr. and Mrs. County Judge of Hendry County, at Furnished or unfurnished. -
his office in the County Court House in
Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff. 'I. R. Holland, has been accepted for CIRCLE 'MEETS LaBelle'Hendry County Florida within -
o 1 service in the Merchant Marine and twelve months from the date hereof. Phone 62. 2tp
Dated August 3, A. D. 1945.
Mrs. W. A. Montgomery and Miss joj SanqsJajaj ')S -ioj jpaAV SQl alai The Agnes Graham Circle met at ELBERT L. STEWART,

Grace Knight spent Thursday in training.Mrs. the home of Mrs. Joe Elder; Tuesdayp. Administrator the Estate of
their Edward Stanley Richmond, FOR SALE Two bed.
West Palm Beach. m., for monthly meeting. Deceased.To :

Gene Wesley Jackson and Mrs A. R. Broadfoot''' gave the de the Executor or Administrator:
Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson have ''Miss Grace Knight returned Wednes- votional. The program topic "Our- The above notice must be in publishedin rooms and 'living room* i
a published Hendry
returned from their vacation which day from Miami. Lt. Jackson has Heritage Within Our Borders," an County newspaper once a. week for 8 weeks (9
was spent in Hendersonville, N. C., resumed flights with the Rainbow interesting program, was given with publications), and the proof of such furniture. Call. .67-W
publication (which will be furnishedyou
Knoxville, Tenn.? and Jacksonville.Mrs. Project. .three ladies taking part. by the paper) filed In this office.
After the regular business meet- Aug. 17, 24, 31, Sept. '7, 14, 21, 28, Oct. Robert Ruet. 1 Itp I

R. J. Lee and Mrs. Maude S 1/c Henry C. Sutton, Jr., is ing refreshments of sandwiches, lit 12. t

Hre were in Fort Myers Saturday, I home on a fifteen day leave to visit lemon pie and iced tea were servedto

'I' where Mrs. Hare went for medical his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Sut- Mrs. H. C. Meador, Mrs. W. Par-

attention.Mrs. I Ir ton, Sr. Henry is stationed in rish and sons, Jeff and Jackie, Mrs.E. .

Philadelphia at the present. Walker and Linda.,, Mrs. Gordon YOUR STOREy
I \\f
W. R. Broadrick has been -- T Bembry and Sharon, Mrs M. A. THAT'S

discharged from the Lee Memorial Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Cornette were Thomas, Mrs: W. J. Robison, Mrs. A. ,

Hospital following a major opera- called to .Morton's', Gap, Ky., Satur- H. King, Mrs.' T. L. Tanner, ,Mrs. W.

tion. day night by the death of Mrs. Cor- I A. Montgomery, Mrs. Joe Elder and

I nette's father, H. D. ,Ezell. Funeral I Patsy, and Mrs. Broadfoot

Miss Pat Ryan is recuperatingfrom services were conducted, Monday. ---

a throat infection at' the Qood DAUGHTER BORN

Samaritan Hospital in West Palm I Mr. and Mrs. Alvin McClure are

Beach. visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. .N. Davis.' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jacobs are the Easy .Terms on Purchases of $10 or More.

Mr. McClure has just received his parents of a daughter, Barbara, born 1

Rev. R. R. Holland left Tuesdayfor honorable discharge from the Marine on Monday: at the Clewiston Emerg-

Lake City to attend the State Corps and saw action in several ency Hospital. She weighed seven _
Across FromPostoffice j ? Fort
Minister's Meeting of the Church of theatres of war. pounds. Myers,

God....... '.' ;J.; --: -.iJ' I Pvts and Mrs. Walter Jenkins and BOATWRIGHT BABY Florida \

Miss sons of Fort Myers Beach, Mrs.' Floyd
Louise Roath and Mrs. Lois
a Atlantic I I Shellabarger and >. Miss Virginia
Ayres returned Friday from JoAnne ten
weighing pounds, was
Smith of Fort Myers and Pvt. and
Beach N. C. where the :
they spent born on Tuesday, September 25, to -
Mrs. Ward Roberts and children of

summer. Moore Haven were the week-end Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Boatwright. ':N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:..:N:N:N:N:N:N:ti.N:ti.H.N.N.1.:N:N:N:N:N:H...:N:N:M:N:N.N.N:N.N.N:N:N.N.N.N:..:N:N:N...:N.N:N:M
: guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston. 9 -
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cusworth and MRS. PREWITT ENTERTAINS

..... family Officer of Glenn West; Charles Palm Beach Wilkins, Flight and Cpl. and Mrs. E. F. Flowers were BRIDGE !'CLUB WEDNESDAY II) 'NOTICEOCCUPATIONAL i iI

the house guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Ann Laura Haven of Jackson- Gene Powers for several days this Mrs. W. C. Prewitt was hostess to
ville were among the Sunday guests LICENSES ;f fAnd ;
week. Cpl. Powers has just returned her bridge club Wednesday after-
of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hutchinson. I
from the European Theatre of noon at her Jiome. A set of crystaland ',' ,
War. silver salt and pepper shakerswas .

won by Mrs. J. E. Beardsley for :: \ DOG LICENSES :t f r

high score prize and a bath set w'as .:. .
Sgt. G. H. Mazzina: is here on a '
six-day furlough from the Marianna presented to Mrs. G. B. Thomas. for .:. DUE AND PAYABLE' OCTOBER 1, 1945 ;:s

cutting for prize.At .
I Air Field to visit his wife.
He was
the conclusion of play fruit ::' ::
accompanied by Cpl. Jack 'Spears, R. Y. PATTERSON
salad, sandwiches and iced tea were
who visited here for several days and served to Mis. Beardsley, Mrs. ::: City Tax Collector :..:

returned to Marianna.Mrs. : . . . . . . ... . : .
Matinee 3:45 :p. m., Xite 7-9 p. m. Thomas, Mrs. Margery Rockwell, ,.:.N.M.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.H.N....N.N.N.N.N....N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N!N.H.N.N.H.NON. .N.N.N....N.N.N.N.M....N.KllllllIilllillllIIINllllhlillllNIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
J.. Mrs. R. 1\1. Bishop, Mrs. W. H. Lan-
a Week Beginning Sept. 30th Clyde W. Stephens, who has ier, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs.' Carl

'.. been in Nevada for some time with .
\ Sun. & Mon.. Sept. 30-Oct. 1 her husband, has returned to Clew- Johnson. C. Wilson., Mrs. H. R. Hall and Mrs.R. '!! !' !! !! : ! !!! !! !/! !!llllimIIII'IIIilllillllllllillllllllim11illlIIIIIIIWIIIIII!'!! !! !! ;!' '' ; !":!! !!IIIIII11111!!!! luij IIlllllIG'! !!!'!:; '"'! r11:!

iston to make will not her home since Cpl. Illlllllmmlllilmlllmllmllilllllllllilllllllllll111111lmlll; : ! !!! llillllllllllliIIIIIIIIIIIlllllli! ! llllllIIU!! IDiliulliIIIIIINIIIiIIIIIiUlllllIllllllliIi!! !!! !;!!illll!ll IWII!!!IIIIIlilidl! !
Stephens be assigned to a
/IiARNGRS station for some time. She has accepted :MRS. LAWRENCE IS ; m I!
: 4
i'I .IrJ SMash'FS! City of a position as cashier with the

.., cox Clewiston Mr. and Mrs. Urey Waldron were
} > ==--= ,
1t.____ r -cE''i..,; == -=- =-- =
" """" l'J1'1"- 'r-t"Jl hosts at a dinner party Monday
.. 'i.1F :--:; i..d ;;;; Mr. and Mrs. Norman C. Storey .==_ -
night, September 24, honoring Mrs.A. =- ,== I
"t1 'flrt2 of Miami and their son, Henry, of 1 I'
the of
I ... ...... .14 W. Lawrence on occasion
the Panama
Canal Zone
_op.t were in town her birthday. The guests presentedMrs. !

Si11R4i 6 Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. Lawrence with beautiful gifts
.1't.. -.. -.;_ Storey visited old friends as this was of Fostoria. y Our' greatest desire is for satisfied l'i
: } his
first visit here
since 1931. HP
-u.4aIr" Guests were Mr. and Mrs H. L.
'...:.. -: News-1st Yanks In Tokyo was the first graduate of the Clew- Davis, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lowe, J Customers I

'':: iston High School. Merrell Lowe and Mrs Wilma Ellis. ; !
:, -
'-- Tues. & Wed., Oct. 2 & 3 .

'' J. B. Brantley, SK 1/c, arrived CHRIS CHRISTIAN CELEBRATES ; The finest in all makes of furniture
,. is From the Great Stage Hit here Monday from his station at FOURTH BIRTHDAY FRIDAY LII :

", IRENE Jacksonville, where he had been
". ; IJNNE transferred two be expected from us on the
4 '- weeks ago. J. B. Mis. C. .N. Christian, Jr., enter- can
' ;" 1* ALEXANDER Cl1ARLES was called home on leave because of afternoonfor =
tained with a party Friday
;.1 4 the death of his father, J. L. Brant- easiest terms s
:l.:' ', ,', K r ox COIIURN her son, Chris on his fourth a i

y' V> In Columbia's ley, and has requested an extensionof birthday, at her home in SugarlandPark. --, =---= --=-=: -_.--- .
the leave ::=::= = = =
emergency which will
Outdoor games were playedon

: ck 1..,. be up Saturday.Mr. \ the lawn and in the sandpile. The if Your patronage is appreciatedGIDDENS'

' ;.- red, white and blue victory color
t Cartoons and Mrs. Jack Giddens of scheme was carried out in the refreshments I .
served and the favors to :. .: ,3.> > :
>:.y Thurs. & Fri., Oct. 4 & 5 I I house guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. the little guests of baskets filled with : =- = ." :'' t 1=

,? s ': "CORN IS GKEEX" ; Giddens for the past month. Jack hard candies. Patsy Casper won the I : : _i ,. .- .; '::; :'::':;" j

.: ( Giddens was recently dischargedfrom prize for the guessing contest, which --- '.. _' .. _.,' ,
: Betty Davis -' John Dall the Army having served five was a flying canary. ': 1--

if \ News-Hurricane Lashes Florida years twenty-five, months of which The guests invited included: Alice

;1j > was spent overseas. They left Wed and Albert Gericke Bobby Evans, : -

nesday to visit a sister In Orlandoen I Emma Jane and Jennings Ezelle,
:? : Saturday, Oct. 6th route home. Shelby and Tony Sullivan, Virginia
, ,
"BIG BONANZA" Godwin, Beverly Egley, Jane Lee, I FURNITURE STORE .

Richard Arlen Jane Frazeo"ZORRO" DATIOHTKR BORN Sandra Swayne, Janet and Ronnie ili II

Helen Prewitt, Ted
Wjlie, Wayne
No. Bond Street Clewiston Fla.
8 Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams are Driggera. Bethia and Eudalia Mueller ,

the parents of a daughter, Marjorie Joan and Barbara Marshall, Ken-

Note: During School Daily i II I Nell, born on Tuesday, September neth Powell, Marilyn and David gfi'Jl 6=-f, ", '.J I,[il/,/I'rl Ir" 1I''bll''',,yil 1;'"'!111'1"I I''I'i'I' I,h I Pl.llrt',I II't ,!!"i I'II'I'I'',''I i,!,I I'!,,II!Ili! ,IIIIFIIN/ !'!"I!"I I'I'"!Ili";II I,,';'lll:i,I I I'I p'.,I''","IIII.ill'I!1 Ills''!',I II'I'i 111111 I"' I I',ll..IL.,n..",'.I:I.I.'I''I//If/,I.IIIL"t".I:1 I, l I/,'I ';,',";''- :===:;;
:Matinee:: at 3:45 25, at the Clewiston Emergency Hos- Hancock, Nancy and Cynthia Bolton, ;;1, ] w..w.1.r;::1"1:1: I ;s.4w 1 : ,,'.rr,1w Iii I i Ii _,'w.: 'I'.''h.V I! I il.1..!.._i I Ilrl'; '')II III'I' I'i; dI1i I; I l 'll I 'i : i .1 --1

I "" .., .-, ._ -, ....' .- ...-_.,7 I I vital. The baby weighed seven Sarah Marie Goodheart, Carl and :i1 I: ,':".',:: d':'i'I' '! ',''II!:I::!;;:II::1,:::1',;!'i'i' :I::::V::1':1 I'i':I;'I I:I,:!1I':1'::il :: "II:,.1 I'I:,:;::!.;":I Ii,:::1''::1,,JII I!:.::i;,i! :III!:'1 I'l:';'lil 11'I,:'I:;IW/I'iII';!;'I:1'/,:/,I 1:': .'[::li.; :'::::1. /,l1'F. :;' :'I: :i II1,,
-- > .. [ pounds and six ounce Eric Larsen, Leif Johnson, Warren

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"honeymoon" is over and from now i I The practice of wetting a cloth in phasized, In view of the minimum'' ment designed especially for the Job-

:,,:,,:-<,,:,,:":":":":":":":-O( :":":":":"S- on we are going to have to "give" if j i! the concentrate and rubbing it over human reactions to the insecticide, 'i of spraying .DDT. The average per-
we want to "get." i:' walls, in kitchen cabinets and on was that the Bureau's especially son, therefore, who buys the pro-- I

1 screened doors and windows is high- trained crewmen have used equip I (Continued on Page 7) :S
Too Late To Classify New Insecticide ''ly'. discouraged. Use a paint brush
Instead. When spraying DDT with - ----------- -- -

By RUSSELL KAY DDT Handle I| an oil base, or when dusting, wrap
j ja damp towel around your face to
small particles Be Sure To Attend Our
..:..:<<..:..:..:..:..:-.::.. :..:..:.. :..:-<..:..:..:..:..:. With CareWith I: :of prevent spray inhaling and dust.the

We have had our V-E Day and the insecticide DDT sud- i "Never spray DDT on food or 1

V-J Day and now we are rapidly approaching denly released by the War Produc- dishes-and by all means, keep the AUCTION SALE

: another important day tion Board for Indiscriminate use by spray away from babies' toys. All

that a lot of folks are no more ready the public, the State Board of Health persons but those doing the sprayingjob TUESDAY
for than the world diplomats were this week listed precautionary mea- should be kept from the room and WEDNESDAY, OCT.

for the war's sudden end. sures for its use by the layman. until the spray settles and dries. / '
For want of a better name I'm John A. Mulrennan, director, ,
do of Malaria Control, stated that WHEN SPRAYING A ROOM WITH,
calling it V-P Day and it has to reau
the from his office who have DDT IN AN OIL SOLUTION. Don'tspray .
with the ending of the war on personnel
"home front"-You translate it Vic- been working with the spray continuously animals with an oil solution.A l

tory for the Public Day. for five and six days a dusting powder Is recommended fora

For the last several years the week since March 1, have noticed no dog. Use about one-fourth tea- When all of the equipment of Riddle-McKay Aero

American Public has- had to take a 111 effects other than slight and occa- spoonful of a 10 percent DDT powder .College :will be sold vlo the highest bidder at
la- sional skin upsets. But: to cover the entire body. Don'tput
beating from business, industry,
for and government. With goods "Don't put your hands in DDT : DDT on a cat, because they lick
it is mixed with an oil themselves and may become sick. I
and labor scarce, help hard to get liquid when RIDDLE FIELDI
from mouth. l One point which Mulrennan em-
and harder to keep, wages high and base. Keep it away the

sales restricted and regulated, Mr. I I

and Mrs. Public have had to contend I i lUl1lli11J III r III III 1111111 r 111111 IIII1I1I r!?1'111111111111' rt 1111111111111' fi>" ''IIIIII!IIII 'r i'"111111111'' r 1111111111111 i iVPi Ii 1111111111 II before such a sale in the Clewiston area. Thou- 'If"I

with discourtesy indifference and I sands of items to go. Everything must be sold. You'll

often insult. I find just the thing you've been needing.
They have had to stand in line BECK MOTORSChrysler II I
and wait their turn, take what they 1 I

could get and like it. Instead of All Types of Radio Equipment

clerks waiting on them, they have Plymouth Agency
had to wait on clerks. They have I

had to plead with waiters for a glassof .:..:..:..:..:..:. CARS AND TRUCKS, OFFICE FURNITURE,

water, beg the butcher for a sliverof Large Stock of Parts Now On Hand RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT, SODA FOUNTAIN

bacon, kow-tow to bureaucrats, I EQUIPMENT, SHOP EQUIPMENT, HOME FURN-
,wipe their own windshields, shine .
their own shoes, mow their own New cars will 'be available soon. Get your name on I ISHINGS AND HUNDREDS OF HARD-TO-GET (:

lawns, wash their%own clothes, carry our list at 'once I MISCELLANEOUS 'ITEMS.

their own ,packages, run their own

errands and pay top prices for shoddy Now Located at Sinclair Station Until New :Building Sale Conducted By
' .
merchandise and indifferent service.A I

timid protest always brought the Is Completed

gruff response, "Don't you know : THE GREEN 'Co.

there's a war on." Now robbed of '
George Beck Owner & Manager I
this stock excuse, merchants, inn ,
Clewiston Inn
Clewiston Florida
keepers and others who cater to the ii4r I ,

public are beginning' to get the reaction I
l IIIIIIIIIIIIIIrJjr;>.IIIIIIIIIIiIII .';., : \ :(' ::;' t I''IIIIIIIII'Jlj'i'' :JIIIIIIfIUlJ.! !. !!1i g n
of V-P Day. In a local department -

store the other day I sawa __ A.

woman look over several offeringsand 7 J

calmly inform the clerk that + rir r rr ? v1', ir', S4

the goods weren't worth the price -(

asked. Folks were no longer eagerto ilil11p Jrand-New Georgia Businesses
buy, they were beginning to ask uth'a Forest Industries

''"How much?" and give considerationto Established in War Months
Eight Can Provide Jobs KM
real value and quality before ,. $i p4: a, / to y +
: N> making a purchase. A fruit stand ..d I ,,! B yy sltt. t5 t+. L t/t+, w mm t 4rp a"tim,4 /r:. hro4lS'1 da, Mnq vooa/>tpl oar 7 ad h' 1+ !a f yt/;
,,, d lodwut anm V sr@ ; tu+Ne
r.N; ; oa1 -' Dq'W4
LC' Y !
wy G l/l11l heh
half ripe 1 S + tar Dlofsh+al ? ln to hudnw ..t. 'lteh }.
that had been selling } $ N, } adtwd areal to / er ,1 'ee1n h. laed piei b ot uae lanb
I Y a g :S f;;: t&agDtrpol +ab'w en MRq Y did Ile. mart M lie b r 2J hn1lnd Yood,lob 6e iul Idt! pllol rtflYatly Jcef of!0 IM ?/,
dew melons at dollar and a ,} '6td 'r otr +wMpy///' + bl .rww t>;e rm q r r j a bdlWrtsl le lNP7edr ud taYb rd oNr!ke la f MIDMI
honey a y
8 : {,yj,,,rt JS, rCN e ,
+ !
9 ,,!{ ,, .S yey'kj;:, yr/ r/r.S % :y, vaod: ,. vnt. ?!k9 a Ould :5 N{ nt D + '{Ihep, u d J r Prodoefle. lm fn ally IW {G
half apiece suddenly found itself 'crh

with a large stock on hand and no I

takers. ., 0 ; .. Yr : i SN, .. ,, ? {, ,. 'i..y.vr./.d# +.r%./.. ;,,r/:!} {.'
rte ; ; r+.a r.G/.rl./j in.4 'Yr.y {/.rri + .5 + aiS! rinNI rH + nr. n+ cSC .?t
Alert store managers, quick to I ., r:3, :::++.rr.,: %Nf.2i'Shrt,,r.tlS},/ } r /S l;.4.?..!,%.%.tf.y.b.+r';.:;,:.!;f. ;.j4-....?.rtiM.oY ss9ifii+ rir/, +aY.,...+4+nrG c; %fii Y,/:S.,y{4y..,,.".J. rji./+ r : a. ../ t

note the changing attitude, are do- VZ EIt {

ing their best to overcome it but l % '' .r .. ,. ..,. ..
: .Yrr.!!? r+r.} : ar .,! ,
;+ .
,. r! }rr.'rr .!
+ E rs .J.4' i:+." S!y:?y ) ;r. ; J : Nf { aW+}n. 5 L/ 1 fi v + !.rJM''+'.. %;
they are still handicapped and prob- .. >: ..:!w.,++.,:1 >.Yp4. } ;?? y
{ P $ < d ; !2..5.,;;?.v.., { '/{r.,;: y/okrc, ,,>, :, fr.+ :. .?./... .y..S'r.:/ :.,.rcf4rZr.. ? ifr.C, ,;
will be for several months. Al- : .1/k
ably ;
( O f .. f3 .. .v .v ': / ;
(1 i!
r vv. :+/ r// .r't..:. !. .vapr .,
though thousands of workers have .Yi rr} i ..,iNr! 3{a, !,,rr..g. !
,.. ..., !. !::% r! ,
a :r r.+6r. !'r.wNNIHa/r ,} ., +4r S.d:y + :4f
: i
'adGJJracrNl. : itwGirww.4iiv
Lk vi
been released from war industries, J.r } uY. !/1 NYI+/ lLyNSbrii.4} +fn.d : + +w.W?NNb cACG:4irv ryaA.H.a.YinrrivY :+a++lw+ iXu.

only a small percentage of these folks

are interested in working for a liv- AS HENRY GRADY DREAMED

ing. They still have money and
can draw unemployment funds. I I II I

There is no hurry about looking fora Z <<

job. Of course: if someone would 1 fJ c New South3 Eai1y Reconverting ,

offer them an executive position ,
!' I.
FS:4" v!rw r: :
consider it. In raiyv v4} t
they might
the United States Employment Serv- {{l.S l ':: ,.. o ,
J/ #:; ;?t!) :1: Steams } ,.Y y-y! /}
ice has some 1800 jobs available j / n .pQ t

that nobody wants. I 5a 5 r csr N 5 i g yr.;' } .. 0IJ !.Y M u W !/ f r W W .L I

An employer recently called pn;
the agency for an office girl. The 1'e Y= 'f ,!x >rl #s By BILL BORING. "The war has brought a lot of .ber of Commerce, indicated that?

job was routine sorting and filing / e;'s s: '.< ; > r f { The south today is turning the equipment and industrial know- the city's industries would be able-
C,) sso 4 <%:;# pages of its history into a new era how here, he says. "It has pro to
and paid $20 a week. The first ap- convert from war to peacetime*
AE ; { ;; the new south of industry for vided us the chance of proving
plicant couldn't production in / from one day to' ,
work for that. She > = which Henry1 Grady dreamed and our ability to produce., We expect
admitted she had no training or experience ,+ worked not only to hold our gains, but to three weeks. figure, the one: 1
'" industry which it would1RAJLROAD
she'had forward"
but been getting Iii Out of the maw of war it Is
$30 on a war job as an assistant L ;.al A.i +.},,. emerging this new land of indus r,} <.l
helper and said "I don't ..4..!.!.- E. ..r... .,..,...... ..}::rc ?::r;':!! : r 5
: really wanta : o :rr. ......,y:.., trial potentiality new mills, :N}};:
}' .. ....
job, Mister, you see I have to apply '' new mines new factories And a : 5;,

when they send me in order to e -tfto ; _i new spirit. 7 ;.. :.:.n .;.: n::ti{i :,:.{.{. I # .1 : :;} ':.
draw chair Iha/... A survey of southern cities, :
my 'rocking money, so .., .. rf:L4y. J.,% 'lr ,
}# ... e- XVvl.ti!!!..r4+}i made yesterday by -The Constitution 2 a/ :.:+:
please sign the card. ;/f !
S.r.!4F'c.. i esc reveals that this section not J s
Thousands of folks : rrYn' r ''Y'+rrn
have been l c r:+
s only is swinging'easily into the"pe
holding down so called jobs at good nod of transition from war to

pay where neither experience nor Si.t+:n 1 :=" ,_<:'f peace, but is looking upon the re3if m Pp .:y iF' $ !3 :?/;.*,.:::'. { .. .

ability mattered, now if they are .. t.?2 8 *s1} /Z->, << "',, conversion period as the beginning
going to get and keep a job they 1. {. 53 lr *A\\ '"?' x-XV %- of Year One 'in its greater indus :>....:::_ .. ,..., n{ ,! .. :;': ,
r ':Slf!;r.4:{ }"{ f} is IAr: : }: {?
will have to learn to work and it trial life :'if> interestedvIn
isn't .f t ;- Perhaps this new spi.it-this .' ';you;: ore ..,
going "to be either the
easy on ,
] new trend of. economy. this new ryr.>.}. :;.< :IndWrtal.. ;j lant...,slte3 or
employer or the employee.If f:!.::;:: / line of thinking--is no' better illus. :Y 4Ntat. .. ;.. .: + ;{. :. ;: C t51fr.'yUIOR Jactlitles in'3, ; .}
the government insists on pay- Z12 F than b what is going on in ''r. -, .. -Soufheqst 'svea4aL'be'
ing folks $25 a week for not work- $ .: ;vj

ing for a period of 26 weeks, it will : r... :t },,;:. : ..yr w..u. glad to recommend suitable-.;.

only serve to place an additional + ,.....:::. .. : ::.,: +...:. ... :+.4:: .f.J: ::.:. .::::>.{. ..:.;....:. ., .::.. .: .. ,...: .: :: ::.: :r .. .. ALL .1 beat'ionsOur: ; research"s\off\ is ffovallabte

premium: on loafing and make it just {r ./ ..:.....r.,4.:::;. ..:,:.:::rr..N,. ...;st:...,W1a..:.....;:::.::articles.... : .,,...,:rerd:..r ::...::u. eeI: : rom{:.. .::...,:.u.: ... .., 5. .. .. :' .:?. ;for:cornprehertslve... / >,vstodles -|

that much harder for folks to adjust ...Y -. : ; 1.,..:. THB .A'"SrAIv 'AC4NSTITUTtQ1 :>:><::.;::ir .r '.. ; :with reset, 'mdusrrfat .- "

themselves later on. When you cZl ,; 'siBtllflei In oUx territoryv Your
take into account deductions from .irqufrie 'wll recerye'prompt"<";> ht

the pay envelope for social security +;irJ'J.; :,::;!,;: .. . .. .. *
.r::F en .r..::. ;, r . .LL. .: and.coftfidenfat? ;:attenHan/ ;
and unemployment relief, the person f. ItS Q) { },YjIF/ t #..7/{ Address :J* .M, Melds, :
who draws -- = ? }
$25 a week net would
C rr r tn a.! ... ..:. :. .:.:: l..,.,... ? :+ ;. +.:i>: i: .::': > aen v |
have an income equivalent to a wageof
$30 or $35 a week. Why: should fS''t/: o =u c' ......: }7iS. WilmingtonC; >;.. ,

they worry about looking for a job /s4+a Q) rao :+v..:.:.: .. ::... ..., :.n .....r:

.. .. ... ..'
under those circumstances? / + +- :C :; ../M

,But the day is coming when open ..... C
competition for business and for tn1tScc.: /

jobs will make both business and ..

labor toe the mark, for the public is .ir..1- )( -SERVING ABHRlCA'S .{

going to demand service and value 1,
and the business will go to those :is ..sU2

firms and organizations that give it. 2 '

Florida will play host to thou- r fr..}.:.:, V i. I.''r.a., .r. .. ..:... .. .. .. .. ::v, .. r .w,... : *. * sands of winter visitors
this season.If .
we are smart, we will give these $ ODemand m
folks the kind of service and attention .1' eerg :

they have a right to expect. Textile Firms Converting Rapidly,

This can be done if both employersand : for ore E ectr eItet.vultrcw. iiiincesBusiieu .
te e -'': Can Use 10,000 More Workers (
employees forsake their "publicbe ''/?' "' v fg ; Cr u.4:5:
N 4 wnlen have Worn thrcsdhuethe F hnx dinmed-uPeonsumerdernand"
damned" attitude and work together rF'+;:, {Yt QFtia:. :' With,co ernaf a buy-anA bc n w_IDr !1 ynn. y !nd .ro P.ntmE Jn?,. m m tK n of rr lo lr: ..p nom emyl oin d W.e na n i v oie h lo mwn ad{ 1
to build for the future, whichis y{ demind sobs.-4 Iflw-Ir lMlnInR lull rvad Grrn allee. rrr DGnLL, Le uDnunr e GDnuUe r )
? ,. rJ rIr k
full of promise for those who are ... 4,.yx? 4' ;.4I Eo.da ud':1);. wd !+sytqy,,..
'"ifs' > / t
smart enough to realize that the .
? ..
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and most powerful union leaders hadI WHO'S AFRAID ? Collieple. approved but unfilled applicationsmay
I made a dicker with the late presi- r total one million for the country -
I dentVRoosevelt to the effect that if by the end of September.

'. It Seems ToBy Me they kept the wraps on their de- ,

4, : mands during the duration he would I Mail Route, School
1;i give them every: support as soon as
IL Clark Bell 'the fighting was over. The rush of .. % y GI rEy 'I Buses Operating On
''large strikes: of national significance
. it is about time the govern- immediately following V-J Day bears I Regular ScheduleThe

ment stopped ooddling labor racke- out this theory. If there were the
teers and loosed the common labor- slightest logic behind their principal. EQErcHA mail bus which travels the

ing man from the bonds the high demands I believe most of us who I Ij north river route on the way from
union officials have wound around j collectively are known as John Q.j Moore Haven to Alva in the morning -
him-and us. During the war all ( Public would be behind them and' i was forced to discontinue serv-
but a few of wildest of them were i[ demanding the government to make ice most of last week following the
kept quiet by two things; fear of industry come across but the plainI I week-end hurricane and destruction

n public reaction and the fact their !i fact is that their principal demands of bridges and road washouts. Like-
members were making more money :I amount to a higher take-home pay wise school buses could not run in'
than ever before in the history of that section.
[ per hour than during the war. They
organized'labor.. Also it is suspected ;v
now> want to go back to 40 hours or Both mail and school buses were
by many that some of the greatest :less per week-and receive the same I : able to resume regular operations

., "[amount they averaged per week with WILL SCARF v q ,,,' Monday after crews of workmen had
I bonuses and over time when uncle I succeeded in repairing and( rebuild-

j i Sam was their employer's only cus- Booaolt ing bridges and filling in road wash-

F. Deane Duff tomer and the successful prosecu- outs.
![ tion of the war demanded production I Service on the south side of the

REGISTERED REAL ESTATE i of vital materials at any cost. Busi- Iti I: river was not impaired by the storm.
BROKER ness is now back on a competitive
I basis and competitive business means I I I Chinese Farmer
Gladys, Ilendry and I'alm Beach (
' Count Lands for More Than j, that a man. must produce in a day
r 23 Yearn enough salable goods to pay for his I Leases Goober

labor plus materials plus machines r
I \ I Farms For Year
: plus factories plus distribution plus ;

I sales and advertising organizationsand ; ..... ,
I ( News)
executive costs and plus a legitimate :' l (Hendry County
Lee Eng has leased the Goober
the .
profit to stockholders.How ...
GULF LIFE INSURANCE CO. imagine thirty Farm for one year, beginning October -
anyone can a .
,. 15 for the of raising
percent increase in wages will eraseor j 0r purpose
G. Nottingham, Agent temporarily alleviate the real and Chinese vegetables for marketing.The .
Box 0327Clewlston I I : Goober Farm, located on
imaginary troubles of labor is be- :;;" ?
Florida i yond me. It is simple arithmetic thatif highway 25 at Fort Denaud, has
than 50 prepared to place
more acres
the wages of every working per-
I cultivation. The is
under acreage
son in the U. S.-bank presidents to
equipped with an irrigation system.
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bellhops-were increased thirty per-1

I cent as of today, within ninety days Your Federal Tax Enlistments AcceptedIn
the cost of living would have risena - - -

Johnson's Fish Camp j minimum of thirty percent or pos- CalendarJohn The Navy

sibly more. The subject is too vast
(Near Hurricane Gate)
Clewiston, Fla. cI and has too many ramifications to ( H. Maloy, Jr., Contributing That "the peace-time Navy is a CLEWISTONLOT'S
be dealt with in this
properly col
Boats and Motors-Guide Service Editor) great life" was the theme stressed
Rates ReasonableW. umn-but think about it, talk about I October 1.-Excise Taxes: Returns this week by Navy recruiters allover

H. Johnson,. Mgr.FLOWERS it, and above all, make yourself I I. for 'September, 1945, due and tax the state as they undertook the
I heard in the only place your voice I +
payable.. task of enlisting volunteers to keep
I carries weight-the offices of your I October 10-Withholding Tax i I the peace-time fleet on the high
elected public servants, the higherthe
..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+:..:..:. better. Tax withheld from wages during seas.
y I September, 1945, if more than I According to Chief R. L. Smith of
Y s I. . the person who sent me a letter $100.00 payable to an authorized the Tampa office, the Navy's new SALES HAVE INCREASED

:;: TAXICABS :=: this week addressed to "boxholder" depositary.' Employer, however at I policy of accepting qualified appli- VERY RAPIDLY IN THE
.. .
: I must think I his election may pay same to Collec- cants from 17 to 35 will make it
.. am a moron or
:::: DAY AND NITE SERVICE j am inclined to go into prolonged I I tor' on or before October 31. I possible to continue. full-speed aheadon PAST SIX MONTHS

;_;: PHONE 18 ::::1 I correspondence to find out what' he October 15 -Corporate income its rapid discharge plan by furn-

: .. .s..! means by telling me I can live in I and excess profits tax-Returns due ishing a steady flow; of replace- i
,t-:NN:NNNNNNN: :ANN:NMNNNNNNMI I my own home for $568.00. He I I,and one-fourth of tax payable for I II I ments. S

doesn't specify the size; he doesn't I I fiscal year ended 'July 31, 1945. I "A regular Navy career," declared -I
state the one-fourth of tax payable for fiscal Chief Smith "today presents, a
quality of the lumber; he : DO NOT LET, THE ONE .
doesn't say from where the price is I, years ended October 31, 1944, and brighter future than ever before.

F.O.B.; in short, he doesn't say a January 31, and April .30, 1945. ;Many of the 17-year-old youths now YOU WANT GO TO
Cut flowers: ,far.elh'ery. here or thing beyond that he will furnish Personal income tax: Return due going through our office will be able
in U. S.
for delivery anywhere j me enough lumber to build the outside and tax payable for fiscal year ended to retire at the age of 37 with an
by wire. I[ adequate pension for the rest of SOMEONE ELSE
| shell of a house of Lilliputian July 31, 1945.
MRS J. M. FOUNTAIN i size. On the floor plan shown there Non-residents: Income tax returns -I I j their lives."

Day Phone 82 Night Phone 148-W I is no rear exit; apparently the garbage -I of aliens, foreign partnershipsand j Parents as well 1 as applicants are -

I l cans and the clothesline are in corporations due and onefourthof invited to visit the Navy Recruiting

the front yard. There are no paint tax payable for fiscal year ended Station, Chief Smith asserted. Price Trend Is

or toilet facilities included at that April 30, 1945. One-fourth of tax-
I price--nor at the' $729.00 figure payable for fiscal years ended July I TIRE SITUATION STILL ACUTE UpwardbetterBUY

which includes finishing the inside 31 and October 31, '1944, and January -
with the 31 1945.Partnerships. Demand for passenger car tires
! "WE exception of such little NOWCLEWISTON
MEAN IT h" items as hardware, paint, paper, I : Returns due for has increased so 'rapidly since the
r lights, etc. So what? So you total '.fiscal year ended July 31, 1945. lifting of gasoline rationing that it
TOO!" I up the extras and arrive at the price Fiduciaries: Returns due and one- will be many months before motorists -- '

[ of $1,060.89 for the materials for fourth of tax payable for fiscal year get all; the new tires they need,

I a house of unspecified size. The ended July 31, 1945 One-fourth of OPA District Director Dr. James S.

only labor included is the installa- tax payable for fiscal years ended I Thomas announced yesterday in Mi- REALTY

tion of the electric fixtures-and I October 31, 1944, and January 31, ami.He
JIlIGIl suspect that is a typographical error. and April 30, 1945. said that unfilled applications CORPORATION
And then corporations Informa-I I for passenger car tires are at an all-
dear customer, you haveto Exempt :
put it together yourself-and it is tion returns on Form 990 due from time high, while inventories are at
H FORD not certain corporations with an all-time low the country over.
: prefabricated in any sense of the exempt
word according to the advertise I accounting periods ended May 31, I It is expected that the backlog of I aam ESS csa ss is BBI isi r

I ment. Indeed if 1945. I' .
I one comma is as ------ -- -
/e incorrectly placed as .I think it is, October 31: Old age benefit tax: ',1 I! 9111iNIIIINIII! : mOO IIhN! II mlilll JI 11f !I IININuN'm :! !lmrlilll: iNINil l!!m!'!I!! IN1NNNII! I!!OO INNNINNNNIfIIININI! !! !!! bNJi1N!! I N! !llIiw.N ''N (!! 1mI
I there's no glass in the windows. If Return for third quarter of 1945 due '

51RI you saw one piece of lumber crooked and payable.
; I I they will be glad to sell you<< Unemployment Tax: One-fourth I= {

IS ![another to take its place. Dis- of 1944 tax payable if employer .
= .
tinctly not recommended. elected to pay in quarterly in- =

BACK AGAINPROMPT stallments. ====<
the disposal of surplus war Withholding Tax: Return of tax
goods is a problem that is unprece- withheld from wages during third

ATTENTION dented in size and unparallelled in quarter of 1945 due and tax payable. II .
scope. Kidney forceps and merchant Excise Taxes: Returns for Sep- =

We have the expert Ford ships; black-face cream and Aleu- tember, 1945, due and tax payable. 1=
tian parks; wooden rifles and steel Information returns: Returns of
mechanics to service
your bridges and ten thousand other unrelated tax withheld from interest on cor-
Ford promptly and effi- items that it will take expert porate bonds during third quarterof =

ciently. merchandising for twenty years 1945 due--tax payable June 15,
I lin order to get rid of. You can still 1946. =

4.': MACE RIGHT FIT RIGHT "buy mess 'gear and Krag rifles from a North Francisco St., Clewiston, Florida
the first World War and I suspectmy Elected
grandchildren will be making =-= Announces to the public that their local plant for the
We use Genuine Ford school luncheons out of the last five City CommissionerIn milk is in regular
=:: processing of milk and products now
1 Parts the kind that billion K rations 'a relieved army. assured the
ElectionMoore operation and milk users of the area are now
will be them.
donating to
'; came in your car. Our I
: is'the i finest and cleanest
; parts largest ,
, ; avoid de- ( Haven Democrat) j j
in years-to
,;' I !DDT- H. C. (Cleo) Taylor was elected '
r{" lays. I city commissioner to serve the eleven- I r Grade "A"i
:,: IT WILL PAY YOU month unexpired term of O. V. Parkinson !:s
(Continued from Page 6)
f:. 1 TO BRING YOUR at the special city election held I I

-; FORD "BACK HOME" duct for home consumption should on Monday. Only twentysevenvotes I
1 little interest being i
; were cast,
adher to the letter of instructions and i Pasteurized Milk
> FOR SERVICE displayed since Mr. Taylor was the I I r
adhere to the instructions and candidate.The !-
only I
Our men know Ford
;. type There Is commissioner will be i k
: spraygun. no premiseon new
best and use Ford
:: I factory-approved service which to base toxic reactions sworn in at the next meeting of the ;:t and DAIRY PRODUCTS
: where the layman is concerned. It commission next Tuesday night and :
;':':. equipment and methods. is much too early. Therefore, it is a reorganization meeting will be held t:: Milk produced on inspected lake dairies and brought to

.. all the more important that every at that time.Serving z our plant here for pasteurizing, bottled and delivery.
precaution be taken to guard against on the election board I

l'c i : Hendry County unforseen kickbacks from the insectIcide Monday were: Mrs. W. L. Wether- ii Your Inspection of Our Plant Is Invited

; It was pointed out, how- ington, Mrs. Caroline Bales, Mrs. 'J. ,
Motors ever, that because of the fat-solvent W.'Crum and Mrs. Fred L. Jenkins. At Any Time
. properties of most petroleum distil- The two other members of the
1 CLEW ISTON lates, in which DDT will usually be commission, Carr Settle and Mack I HOUSE TO HOUSE DELIVERIES {

.:.<: Phone 93 mixed, irritation of the skin and I Greene, met Tuesday and canvassed ;= I II
" '. absorption of DDT may occur following the vote. There were. no written-in

heavy exposure. I votes. i TIn.FRIDAY ] .I

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..:..:..:..:.: : : : : : : : : : : : : -- : : : : a pitiful sight and will, take a very I and hopes to be home soon. I,than going forward. Needless to :'
: S 2/c Byrl Ingram is
I long time to ,rebuild the city and Pvt. Ncolin Jones, who is say, Owen, we hope that nQw serving
you :will II aboard the repair ship USS AJax and
clear the harbor. stauon-j
I'ed at a camp in Texas, is soon be seeing that Golden Gate. I
With By the time you receive this let- his first furlough since entering the 1 I spent 50 days in crossing the Pacific.
i I He is now in the Gulf of and
ter I'll probably be en route to Japan I Leyte
but from what I saw of the service a few weeks ago. But he is Sgt. Joe Hall, who' has been witha I stopped at the Carolines and Marshal

Our Jap's destruction of Manila I hardly I said to have gained a lot of needed field artillery unit in the Euro-I Islands en route.
Boys expect to feel much remorse about I weight and is feeling fine. pean Theatre of Operations is reported __

the destruction' some'' of their i .* on his way home. i IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?

in theSerY1Ce cities. As far as Owen Winn is concerned --- -
1 p It is getting late' now, so I'll r
secure. Best regards to you and all he Is perfectly content to take
my old friends in Clewiston. Kipling's word for the "dawn com-
4 ing up like thunder out of China I'
Sincerely, I.
cross the bay" just as long as hedoesn't .
have to go to Confucious'home
*. ,
land to see for himself. A

:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..;..:..: o+-o:..:",..:...;..: CMM Leslie Miller was one of the letter from Owen the latter part 6' of WILLIAM'S
lucky ones who sailed into Tokyo past, week, dated September said
Luther Lowe has made Chief Bay on V-J Day with occupation that his gear was packed and he was
Boatswain's Mate and those of you forces. His cousin, Mrs. Betty 1'to leave for occupational duty ini
''With anyone in the Navy; know that Beattie, had a\ letter from him recently -i China on the 10th but several letters SHOE REPAIR
CBM is a rating that draws plenty of ; written on that day and the,j I received by his family and
water aboard ship. Luther is at friends dated after the 10th havei <
envelope marked with the official :I
present on Samar in the Philippines. was I found him still in Okinawa and his SHOPMen's
: V-J Day stamp. Leslie says :,i I hopes rising that he might get a

:3n case you haven't already heard he has enough points for discharge !,lone, way ticket to the States rather

che good news about Dick Hooks all
you have to do is take a good look
'at Lillian and you'll know that he Half Soles in LM Oak-$1.50
!is back in the States. Lillian had a
wire from Dick on Wednesday from FOR THEBEST Ladies' Half Soles $1.00 ,

Seattle and he should be back, with
Metal Plates
lOc '
her very shortly.. Dick has more "

'than enough points for discharge so IN FOODS Men's Heels 60c Flat"i', ,:, '" '-
him with the golden '
Ve to see
home. He has /'. Ladie's Lifts :'/< : ,
eagle when he gets Top and Rips :"-
"been a CPO in the U. S. N.'s Sea-Bees "' '
Try A Complete Dinner' At Depend on Size :
for three years and has been overseas : .. ; .
about thirty-one months of this ..
time. Dick has been in the 15th '
Construction Battalion and has seen I

Pacific plenty of Islands action in He the last Southwest was on THE CANEBRAKE YOUR BUSINESS IS

Okinawa and]left there by plane on \
September accompanied by Wilbur APPRECIATEDIn
Goff. Owen Winn was on hand to $1.25 and Up

'wave "goodbye.
,* *
Service from 6 to 9 o'clock .- Short Orders: In Old Alston Building
Lt. Bill Davis of the Marine Corps
should have- much to write home 9 till 1 1:30 J : NORTH FRANCISCO AVENUE
&boiit very soon for he has drawn I ,
occupational duty in Japan ," j I'1

Cpl. Merrel Lowe who returnedfrom Air Conditioned I
the South Pacific several weeks I
ago and has been marking time at a '

Tort McPherson, Ga., awaiting discharge Jo "
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finally got that coveted discharge -
emblem and arrived home this Ur
week-again a civilian. Welcome J
home, Merrel and smooth civilian

Sailing, !
.., .. ',. ,
The following letter came yes- '. I _
terday from Chief Yeoman Charlie : '< ; ; :; '
Benson who 'is, apparently, still getting ; : ,' -J
a whale of a kick out of cover-
Ing the world with Uncle Sam's
'Navy. Although he doesn't men-
tion it we've heard that Charlie may ;It '
make a' career of Navy work which

may be good for Charlie, is plenty f\: \
good for the Navy and definitely a : EMPTOR

'his Dear loss letter to Carr Clewiston.:: Anyway here's ,, i1' -

Here's a long deferred note to let i < .
I you know that my address has changed ''" '>, \

since I last saw you. :, : :
After I was in Clewiston the first .: Ii-" l"

Diego and had several months duty ft, t ': Let the buyer beware '. has under every imaginable condition ; ; '
Xn the San Diego and San Pedro :l'-j :
: t guided astute men in their outlay of '.' tI..
areas however ;
: our esteemed Chamber ; ( : ;
of Commerce rivals for the title ; F i money. Now let's think about i it in the Now what we are getting at is simply -> Ji':'} '.fi:.
of Sunshine favorable State impression did not on make me aVery ; i hL 1' terms of your future plans as they this-be patient Just a little while longer. '. ,"::": ,!:, ;t

'(perhaps, I was prejudiced, or some- :' i ? % : } i pertain to Air Conditioning. Wait for the time, soon to come, when -, .:.' >1r:'

thing.) L 1 you will know that the Air Conditioning '. :' (_;::'"
In April I was transferred to an ,( .. Knowing that Carrier Air Conditioning : :i,: /
'will be the
DST for : equipment you buy newest, j'i1 .
temporary duty for further
has been- and still is in the service of '
transfer back to this staff. While i; g :!, most efficient and most economic -' :;, { .: t:
aboard her, we went up to Seattle forZbout '' '' our country, the far-seeing business and "
available. .X1:
s equipment : \ ,
three weeks., I liked Seattle < I-- ,
I q s professional men have already included ',:;- : :
touch better than Southern Cali- : tx 'ofl
,. j Air Conditioning in their plans for The Belcher Industries will fill orders s"
ornia. While there, I had a chance in F ",: : ..:,

"fco get up to Ranier National Park L tomorrow. They are content to wait for sequence just as soon as the equipment ':,l:." ':.: "
and was very impressed with the '/
beauty of the place. y s the time when the Air Conditioning is made available by the government. A ,, :,::,.j:,

When we arrived in Pearl Harbor, i a equipment they need will be released by deposit now will insure you priority of :...- >: :" '

'Saipan I received with orders an officer to fly who on was out then to a t r : i" i the government and will come to them .,delivery and installation Carrier Air ;: :'.:,' .',1.:'r s'r 5-!;

in Pearl. We made the trip in three with all the modem improvements Conditioning.. the system that provides -. ." .'-- ,:;" '

days Kwajalein since we for were a high bumped priority off cargo at- f.. .. ) '- 1 / perfected during the years when constant clean, evenly distributed, draftless air i ,' +;;')'} r

of inortar shells. That ?was aVery research was needed to meet the '. of precisely controlled temperature ., \' -.-. '.";' "

enjoyable' trip for although I : ,i ? I demands of war in order that Air and humidity day in and day out ,'<- :<:. ,,:
seen a large'portion .
pave of this .
Pacific from the surface, that was I >' Conditioning would func'ion efficiently) summer and winter.HER \
the longest plane ride I'd had. [ : ; I

We spent some time In Saipan and I ".' "....,,.:.; :: ,
then went down to Ulithi, 'where we

were ashore! ,for about six weeks ink' ,,. .
one of_ those movie-like camps set "
tip amid a coconut grove (no Dottie "
tumours however.) After that, we
5 A &ii>,mon of :
game back up ,to Saipan where the
"'end of the war" caught us.' While Belcher Oil Company

'awaiting further orders, I was as-
signed as reporter on a board of investigation ) r <" ESTABLISHED 1915
inquiries into the deathof MIAMI AND PORT EVERGLADES FLORIDA _.
one boy on an LST who drank
some methyl alcohol in celebrationof t o T a'Srz
the victory over Japan. It was 3 .' : Sole Dittributon in South Florida oTHE Air Conditioning, and Relri&trolicllAGF
quite a sad way to end the war, and
'made quite a bit of work for the
Aboard, as the investigation resulted < 'S t 4i\\ ,
Sn a record of 62 pages. That was
tche longest work-out my shorthand
Xiad received in quite some time.
y ,
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From Saipan 'we came to Manila. s.
? I .
7.'r B"
Although we were there only'two { r ;rs .C YAF ,

slays, I could almost write a book .. ,
Y Gs w'dwxcr MM.WN Nwwip?+r"lr ; T
about it. All that you saw in TIME, .. Y i.A 2 -++.n ns-n. r.,';tti w, y
:LIFE 'r 9 d: 'v 0 S
etc., regarding the destruc-
tion of that evidently once lovely J JQjty

is no exaggeration. It is really I 01