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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 23, 1945
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 10-XUAIBER 23 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1945:: SUBSCRIPTION-2.50 PER YEAR ,

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CIRCUIT COURT IS ] Markette Opening SALE OF CHRISTMAS Kiwanis Club Holds FOUR ARE SAVED IN

'Annual Turkey ShootThe
New'[Radio And

t 4 RECESSED BY JUDGE I I Ii Appliance StoreThos. SEALS WAS STARTED Kiwanis Club held its annual WRECK OF LAKESIDE



:i TO DECEMBER'3RD E.. Markette, who recently HERE THIS WEEK Boy turkey Scout shoot barbecue Monday pits night on the at Ridge the DAIRY TRUCKSUNDAYQuickthinking

announced that he had received the and the lucky winners were' John

Sullivan, Josiah Ferris Jr. ClarenceR.
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dealership for Frigidaire and heroic actionon
The regular fall term of circuit The sale of Christmas seals'in Hen- Bitting, Horace A. Bestor, R. C. '
products and for other electrical ap- the part of Enoch (Buddy) Poole
Wilson, E. M. Cornette G. H.
dry County was started this week and
Mon-
court lasted just two hours was largely responsible for the saving -
pliances, announces this week that when letters containing sheets of the Small.
day morning then Judge W. T. Har- of his own life and that of three
he is opening, next Wednesday, his seals were mailed out to some five The shoot was not a test of marks-
companions
rison of Bradenton, who presided, new repair shop and sales room in ,hundred people of the county by the manship but was simply a raffling of Lakeside Dairies when, headed the dairy from truck Clew-of

took a recess to December, 3rd. the building formerly used as a secretary of the Hendry County the several turkeys. As a wheel was
iston to Moore Haven
During this short period one case drive-in lunch ,just east of the Texaco Tuberculosis and Health ,Association, spun a rifle shot was sent into the on delivery
Sunday afternoon
I was disposed of. R. C. Aurtis plead Service Station.Mr. Mrs. Frances Small. Mrs. A. O. spinning target ,and the number hit was wrecked three
miles west at the
at
, guilty to a second-degree murder Markette states that he hopesto Ward is chairman of the seal drive. was the winner. Clewiston junc-
tion of Road 25 and the old Moore
charge in the killing of Bully Jack- have some appliances' on displayat This is the first year that the seal
Enjoying the fun as guest of the Haven-Clewiston road and plunged
son who was cut to death with a the time of opening but is still un- sale has been handled by the new as-
Kiwanians were F. M. Rodriguez, W. into the drainage canal on the south
pocket knife Oct. 13 in the Harlem certain whether or not demonstratorswill sociation which was formed '
soon C. Owen, E. E. Kelly, C. V. Parkinson side of the road.Patrolman .
district in Clewiston. Both are ne be available in some lines. after last year's seal sale. F. D. '
Capt. Gene Jackson, C. L. Mc- R. E. Hamrick stated
groes. After testimony was presented The, new sales room will be open Duff has previously handled the sale
Lendon, John Sullivan, W. H. La- that a steering knuckle on the truck
Judge Harrison, with the con- during the usual business hours ob- of seals here and last year the sale '
nier, S. L. Crochet, H. A. Bestor, C. broke, throwing it cat of control
sent of State Attorney Clyde H. Wil- served in the city except for a half- was unusually successful, permittingthe
R. Bitting, Josiah Ferris, H. T. and into the canal before the driver,
son, changed the charge to man- hour lunch period. He is offering formation of the county chapter
Vaughn and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt. Paul Tindale, was able to stop. He
I slaughter. It was brought out that f>ne-day service on most makes of of the association. C. E. Johnson,
had passed the truck a mile be-
or
so
! both parties were friends and had radios. I chairman of the chapter, states that
fore the accident and said it
,l; had no previous trouble up to the he is hqpeful that the drive of 1945 $612.50 Collected was
driving about thirty-five
miles
t/ time of the killing and that both Three Youths Are will be the most successful in the per
Here To New hour and there: was no evidence of
;: were drinking when the cutting oc- history of the seal sales in Hendry Buy_ recklessness.

I curred. Aurtis was sentenced to Implicated In Theft County.In .
Football UniformsWhen Pinned in the truck 'when it sub-
serve 10 years in the State Prison at addition to mailing out these '
merged in the canal without ,'
At Mack's over
Store
Raiford. Both were employed by Drug sheets of seals to people of the county -
turning, Poole knocked out the
I Chalker and Lund at Clewiston. .-- the committee plans to have the Clewiston Tigers appearin
windshield and crawled through, cut- ,
Some arguments were heard in Three boys, some fifteen and six- booths in the postoffice ,and theatre the Orange Bowl tomorrow (Sat- ting himself seriousiy in {i

the case of Paul Cross, appeal from teen years of age, two of whom have beginning the first Saturday after urday night) in their game with St. He then doing so.
I opened the back doorsof
County Judge's: court, but these will been apprehended and the third ex- the first of December in order that Peter and Paul, they will be attiredIn the truck to permit up Donald Her-

i be continued when court recon- pected to be picked up in Miami today anyone who failed to receive seals complete new uniforms which were bert and Joseph Chiarlettl who
,
were
'venes. Cross, through his attorney, entered Mack's Drug Store through the mail may buy them :.purchased by Coach O. ,H. Skewes in s
hitching a ride to Moore Haven to
r' W. L. Rose of Punta Gorda, con- through a back door between,, mid- there. Mrs. Small and Mrs. Ward Miami Friday with funds raised in a He then ,
escape. turned his atten-
I J .tended that he had no knowledge of night and morning Monday and ,will also have some of the seals on canvass of the town during this tion the
' quickly to driver and made
,
, :the fact that'his wife plead guilty'for escaped with about $450 in cash anda hand for purchase by anyone desiring week.In three attempts before dragging Tin-' .

; :him before Judge R. M. Harris af- quantity of cigarettes.One them. reporting the success of this dale out to safety. The driver had

t ;ter he had been arrested and charged of the boys was identified as Those receiving the seals throughthe drive for contributions, Prof. Quen- been under water an estimated two

II with drunken driving and released John Pittman of Clewiston and the mail are''asked to send a checkat tin Evans states, "I, personally, and minutes but was believed to have

, on bond of $100, that the fine im- :Second gave his name as Lee Rich- once for the number of seals en- on behalf of the coach, the Clewiston been knocked unconscious which
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:posed ,was ,$50 and his driver's license ard McCormick of Miami. A third, closed at the 'rate of one cent each. team and the' entire student body, (probably prevented his drowning. j

revoked for one year, and that known only as Joe, and a last name One hundred is the usual number want to express our appreciation to After the other three were safe Poole !
starting with V is to be taken sent or one; dollars worth. Should all those who
his appeal is for the purpose of giv- yet have contributed to the collapsed 'on the highway from loss i
ing him the privilege of standing into custody. One of the boys was there ,be those who do not wish the purchase of uniforms. Such supportis of blood from his numerous cuts.
caught in Clewiston after officers seals they should'return them to the entitled to
trial. Assistant State Attorney H. C more than a word fromus. All four were taken to the Clewis- .-.-
j Robbins of Arcadia represented the became suspicious when he flashedtoo secretary at once. It places upon our school an obli- ton Hospital for treatment but' it is I
much ; the other was The money raised by the sale of gation to fulfill. '
" State. The case of J. F. Cross, money School spirit, effort inot believed that any are seriously '
f charged with aggravated assault on caught in Fort Meade after making these little seals, a program inaugu- and devotion to duty should respond injured. Tindale suffered a broken J ,
several purchases of jewelry in Fort rated in 1904, has gone far toward to such
Patton set for 9 manifestation
I jack was a.m., of faith arm, Poole numerous cuts,and bruises "
1 ,December. 3rd. Myers which aroused suspicion.A providing effective treatment fort and confidence! you have placed In and the two who were riding in
part of the cash was recovered. tuberculosis, for education designedto us." -
fol-
Judge Harrison selected the
ihe"back of the truck sustained cuts .. r
'lov,''iHb'iname3Tfrom: the jury' box ,for The' boys first broke, into a1 tool prevent contraction-of disease The largest contribution made was from milk bottles and were- suffering "

service ,at this term: shed where the 'new school. buildingis and for research toward the ultimateend that by the P.-T. A. of $300. Other from 'shock. .3-'

Robert Howard, Harry 'Hansen, under construction to steal a of blotting it out alogether. contributors were: .,B. F. Nall, Sr. $5; ,

Wendell Howard, Selden L. Stewart, hatchet which was used in tearingout Ninety-five per cent of the money Paul Bussey, $1.50; Mrs. Earnset

Lonnie Howard, Marshal A. Pace, the panels of the rear door of raised stays in the state in which it Davidson, $3.00; E. C. Mills, $10.00; Tigers and ,TerriersTo

W. R. Broderick, Frank Jacobs,' R. the store. After tearing out the is raised for the treatment and pre- J. T. Paul, $1.00; Seminole Jewelry

J. Moon, Gus Cantrell, B. L. Thompson panels the boys unbarred the door vention program.. Co., $5.00; L. L. Bailey, $1.50; M. Clash Thursday

H. C. Jones, Grover A. Hill, and leisurely went through the store, Von Mach, $1.00; Jack Wynn, $2.00; ,
1 ? J. B. Hendry, jr., M. G. Davis, E. O. taking the cash found in the several School Band Has L. Moon, $1.00; Sugar Bowl, $2.00; Night in Moore Haven

Collins, Lester McCormick, Guy H. cash registers. This amounted to Mack's Drug Store, $22.00; B. and B. "
Hand, Perry Frierson, Charles Pirk- only a few dollars in change in the Program At'P'' .-T. A. Grocery, $5.00; Alderman and The Clewiston Tigers and the

le, Oscar Taylor, J. N. Hall, E. E. store registers but a large amountof Meeting Tuesday Wright, $5.00; Vaughn and Wright, Moore Haven Terriers will clash on

Kelly, J. B. Randall and Gordon currency had not been removed $5.00; W. A. Davis, $5.00; Seminole the Moore Haven gridiron'next

Bembry. from the register in the bus ticket Package Store, $5.00; Clewiston Thursday night at 7:30 in what is always -

cage the previous night and proveda The Clewiston High School band, Fish Co., $2.00; Gulf Service Station, one of the outstanding games ?

bonanza for the youthful looters. in their first public appearance of $5.00; G. H. Small, $2.00; Mrs. C. of the season for both terms, renew- ;

Quarterback Club This drug store has been the favor- the year, played four numbers at the L. Downs, $5.00; Christine Bell, ing rivalry which has existed' be- n f

ite spot for burglaries for many meeting of the ,Parent-Teacher As- $1.00; Ruth B. Owens, $5.00; Flo- tween the two teams since footballwas
Holds First
Meeting years. It was entered several times sociation meeting at the high school rence Graham, $2.00; Elthea El- first inaugurated in both

I while owned by D. G.. Alston but this auditorium Tuesday evening. more, $1.00; C. L. McClendon, schools.

1 A group of men who feel that the is the first time since it changedto The band, under the direction of $5.00; ,Dixie Theatre, $5.00; W. N. The Tigers won the game last

I' : Clewiston High School is growing the management of, R. J. McLeodlast their leader, Miss Alyne Gardner, Martin, $10.00; E. E. Kelly, $5.00; year and are favored to win this

'i fif and needs support, that Clewiston is December. played "The Caisson Song," "Cileto Sugarland Service Station $5.00; year over a Terrier team which isvery

I one of the top-ranking!' towns of the Lindo," "Country Gardens" and Parkinson's, Inc., $5; Joe Schroeder short of reserve material. How-

lake area and should have athletic Arcadia Defeats "The Band Played On" and the num- $1; A. Toulis, $2; R. D. Horne, ever, the Terrier backfield has play-

teams and fields equal to the best bers 'were much enjoyed by the large $1; Texaco Service Sta., $3; Mack's ed some' very good football during

,and that the people of Clewiston have Tigers By Score crowd attending the meeting. Mary Dry Cleaners, $2; E. W. McLeod, I the season and should give the Tigers 1 -

never really been called upon to sup I Fay Andrews: and Joyce Turner per- $10; S. L. Crochet, $5; Carl Berner, I plenty of trouble, particularly in

;, port their athletic teams, met Tuee-I Of 27-6 On FridayThe formed as majorettes for the band. $20; John. Randolph, $5; V. C. the opening periods. Ila

.day night to organize the In addition to these numbers by Woodward, $5; C. J. Cato, $5; T. L. Since Moore Haven is only a com-

1 backs Club. Quarter-\\ Clewiston High Tigers were the band there were several numbers Driggers, $5; Larry Walden, $5; EdWard paratively short distance away it is

The meeting was opened I defeated last Friday at Arcadia by by the rythm band made up from the $5; Hendry County Motors, probable that this game will draw '

selection of Larry Walden to act as ;the DeSoto Bulldogs by a ,score of second grades.At $10; P. D. Robbins, 50 cents; Ben I the heaviest attendance of Clewiston '

temporary chairman and Ed Ward to''[ 27-6. the business meeting a report Franklin Store, $1; Christian Chevrolet fans of any out-of-town game of the I

act as temporary secretary. I The Tigers were completely out- I was made on the Hallowe'en carnival .. $3. :. R, Y. Patterson, $20; season. .

I It was agreed that each man pre1 classed by their Southern Florida which showed that'a total of $981 Doris Scott, $1: Clewiston Laundry, This game was orignially scheduled -

. sent at the first meeting do his ut- Conference opponents but were not was cleared. Mrs. G. H. Small, chair- $10; Bishop-Wilson Lumber Co., for Friday night but was changedto

:most to bring five men with him to outfought and they presented stiff man of the dance committee stated $10; Gulf Oil Company, $25; J. M. Thursday night by request of the

the next meeting on Monday night, opposition throughout the entire that Louise Prewitt had won first Langford Taxi Service, $2; Beck's Moore Haven principal, Velton Walters ..

/ November 26. game., prize and Harriett Alston second Service Station, $5; Prof. Quentin who is also acting coach this- -

A committee of six, which includes The usually dependable passing at- :prize for the number of dance tickets Evans, $10; Anonymous, $3. season..

'a member of each organization now tack of the Tigers, with Buddy Trice sold.It. The total of all contributions was

.sponsoring school athletics and two doing the tossing, which was so ef- was also decided that the P.T.A. v$612.50. Buddy Platt Held ; ..

from the Quarterback Club meet fective against Belle Glade, back- should make a $300 contributionfor I

\ ,prior to the next meeting to draw up fired and the alert Arcadia backs new football uniforms and should Service Men To For Stabbing Sailor .
by-laws and decide definitely how intercepted three Clewiston passes pay a deficit which had existed for

., the new club and the Athletic Coun- which were converted into touch- sometime for band uniforms. Be Guests At Next At LaMooreton Club

(r'1:'i ,7 .cil will work together.. These committee downs. ..
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members are: Bill Martin, Ki- The other Arcadia Fellowship DinnerThe Platt '
scores came on
I' Ed Ward Driving L. B. (Buddy) of Moore
i1' wanis Club W. C. Owen American
; ,
a safety scored on the first Clewiston in the Hendry'County
held
Haven is being
" : Legion; E. W. McLeod, Parent- running play and third period end First New Ford next regular meeting of the jail in'LaBelle 'without bond
Teacher Association Coach O.
;
H.1 around play. _- Men's Fellowship Club of the Com- until it is known just how seriousare
Skewes, C. H. Berner and Larry Gilbert McLeod scored 'the lone Mrs.. the held this com- received by Gene
Mr. and E. O. Ward are munity Church will be the injuries
Walden of the Q. B. Club.
Clewiston touchdown late in the proud owners of the first 1946 modelcar ing Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.' m. Goff, a sailor from Felda home on
There were about twenty men pre- I fourth quarter on a nice 29-yard run in Clewiston, the new Ford at the Community Center. leave, who Platt is alleged to, have
sent at the first meeting and it is
through left tackle.
hoped that there will be a much demonstrator which was received The committee in charge of arrangements stabbed in an altercation at the La-
the Hendry County Mot- all Mooreton Club Saturday night.
recently by have announced that
greater attendance at the meeting
next Monday night. Tigers To i Play In ors and which has been on display returned service men are invited to The stabbing was said to have followed -

here and in Belle Glade for about be the guests of the club that evening an argument between the two
Orange, Bowl Saturday three weeks. Goff's wounds were inflicted
GARDEN CLUB.MEMBERS! .- The 'committee is attempting to men.
\ Mr. Ward purchased the new car reach all of these with a personal with a packetknife< -two deep gashes

The November meeting of the The Clewiston Tigers will meet the as soon as the OPA prices had been invitation but wish it known to them across the stomach, one across the

Garden Club will be held in the Li- St. Peter and Paul team of Miami, made official and drove it out on that if not contacted personally they shoulder and one across the back.
Wednesday of this.week.. attend.A Goff was taken at once to the
brary on November 29th, next Thursday presumptive State Catholic champ- are still cordially Invited to
', ; 3:00 p. m. ions, in the Orange Bowl in Miami I .- special program is understood to Clewiston Hospital where his condi-,
tomorrow (Saturday) night.It this 'game and exert every effort to have been arranged for the occasionand tion was reported to be serious and ,,- the

is hoped that as many Clewiston support the team at this, their high a" good time is assured for all was removed Monday to the Naval

.IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID '.fans as possible will be on hand for water game of the season. attending. Hospital in Miami.THE _

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PAGE TWO CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER: 23, 1945

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First Baptist ChurchSunday from November 20 to January 18.I for sale and will receive competitive
Vv. 'eSfOkl l,'vN> 4 Mr 't /rt43r F bids in Tallahassee Florida at 11:00
Hunting for these species is prohibited [ lands in HENDRY COUNTY, describedas
Nov. 25, 1945 follows '
:
on Mondays, ,Wednesdays and WMe of Section 11, Township 46

Rev. Floyd Creasy will be the (Continued on Page 6)) South Range 32 East.
THIS NOTICE is published'in compliance .
visiting minister on the coming Sun- I with Sections 270.07. 270.08 and

day, November 25. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 270.09. Florida Statutes 1941.
f The successflu bidder is to pay the
I Sunday School . . 9:45 a. m. FLORIDA TWELFTH IN JUDICIAL AND FOR CIRCUIT HENDRY OF I ,advertising cost.

S Morning Worship . 11:00 a., m. COUNTY.IN The Trustees of the Internal Im- 1
Training Union ?..-. ? 6:15 p. m. CHANCERY provement Fund reserve the right to.
reject any and all bids.
I Evening Worship . 7:30 p. m.
/ DIVORCE BY ORDER of the Trustees of Internal -
: ANNA LEAHY SHIELDS, Improvement Fund of the Stateof
I ASSEMBLY OF GOD Plaintiff Florida.
vs. .:Mlllard F. Caldwell Governor.
>; Ii South ClewistonRev. ELMER EUGENE SHIELDS Attest 5
W. H. Magee Pastor Defendant.NOTICE 5
F. C. Elliot, Secretary
II i : TO APPEARTO Trustees I. I. Fund.
I : Mr. Elmer Eugene ShieldsHiawassee Nov. 2, 9. 16. 23, '30, 1945PRINTING
CollegeMadisonville
Sunday school, 10:00 a. m. Tennessee
iNt Ra v' I Morning Worship, 11:00 a. m.Children's I You are hereby'required to file an
appearance In the court above described L
Church, 6:30
iir p. m. on the 3rd day of December,
? r,, I Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m. 1945, at the County Court House in La-
I Belle Hendry County Florida and
You
cordially invited
are to worship -
thereafter to file such defenses as you
with us. may desire or be advised' in response
to the suit above entitled which is a
suit for divorce. Clewiston News is
ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC hereby designated as the newspaper in In its various forms is a
CHURCH which this order shall be publishedonce
Y .. a week for four consecutive necessity to any modern
9 FT. ,Peter T. Reilly,' Pastor weeks. Herein fail not under penalty of
Mass Clewiston:00 a. m. default. "
DONE AND ORDERED at LaBelle,
Mass, Pahokee-11:00 a. m. Hendry County; Florida, this 2nd day BUSINESSand
-- of November, 1945.

ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPALCHURCH Hendry Clerk County of Circuit, Florida.Court like Business, Printing

By' Inez Magil
'
; e f Deputy Clerk must have as a prime factor
c cI
4 ServIces every Sunday at 8:30a. (OFFICIAL SEAL IMPRESSED)

m., at Clewiston Community J. :M. Couse
Moore Haven Florida QUALITYof
Church.THE Solicitor for Plaintiff
REV. S. D. MAS01: Nov. 2, 9, 1C, 23Tnllnhasseo .
workman'ship
materials and

Hunting Season Is I Florida and integrity and good
October 20th, 1943NOTICE :

Now In Full NOTICE is hereby given that the
should like to Join In urging enthusiastic supportof Trustees of the Internal ImprovementFund SERVICE
the National War Fund, Florida Division. Those of uavho In Florida of the State of Florida will offer L
shows and Swing
have seen the effectiveness of use camp
to the customer at a normal
overseas hospital units In providing well-earned recreation -
r
for our eon In unlfora Cell attest to the importance (
of continued War Fund help. The shooting war IB over, but f The general hunting in Florida f
the war against dleplaoenent, loneliness, poverty an:1'
famine goes on. We must win the battles of the latter war opened Tuesday, November 20. PRICEthat
beyond question If the victories of the former era to be This applies to buck deer, turkey, i
Florida
fully deserved. I share In the confidence that
will'reni! hlh! arorc her slater states In the achievement quail, squirrel and dove. The seasonon is in line with material -

of National War Fund success. duck, geese and coot, opened t. fI ;
and labor costs-we are
: November 2, and the season on tIt ? ,z

!? marsh hens has been under way acs always ready to give you the .
,-6 since September 15. Under the rules ,

of the Game and Fresh Water Fish A benefit of our years of experience -
; General A. A. VandegrlftCoiasndant I
j I of the Xarln Corps Commission a hunter may legally
-bring your printing -.
bag 1 buck deer, 1 turkey, 12 quail,

I 15 squirrel and 10 dove in anyone problems to us NOW.
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Community Church I :: In the First District, comprised of theCLEWISTON
I Sunday School -. . 10:00 a. m.
David C. Hancock, Minister Preaching .I. . . 11:00 a. m. Charlotte, DeSoto, Glades, Lee, Hen-

Sunday, Xov. 25, 1945 I Evangelist Service . 7:00 p. m. dry, Pasco, Hardee, Highlands, Hills- NEWS
I Prayer Meeting Tuesday. 7:15 p. m. borough, Manatee, Pinellas' Polk,
Hernando and Sarasota counties the
Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Dr. C. Y. P. E. Thursday . 7:15: p. m.
deer and -
extends from
E. Gericke, Supt. Classes for all ages. L. W. W. B. Friday 3:00 p. m. turkey season

Morning worship 11 a. m.: A nurs-,.' One and all have cordial invitationto November 20 to January 1.,
ery for small children is conductedby attend these gospel services.I Charlotte, Glades, Hendry, High- 1I IIlIlIlIlH Iilllllllnrn! "' :mm r IIIIIIIIIIIII V IIIIIIIIIIIIII 111I1I11I11111 1'j11111111l11111: ".?:mmTml1IT;
lands and Lee counties are closed
the Mothers' Club at the Community I Tim. 3:15. "But if I tarry long,
entirely to the taking of deer and
Center. that thou mayest know how thou
Hernando county is closed to the
"Irrelevance" is the theme of theminister's I oughtest to behave thyself in the I BECK MOTORSChrysler
taking of turkey. The quail and
sermon. House of God which is the Church of
squirrel season extends from Nov-
Westminster Fellowship meeting ; the Living God, the Pillow and
., ember 20 to '31 and the :
u January Plymouth Agency "
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af6:00p.m. Groundsof the Truth.
I
i dove season from November 20 to
You are cordially invited to wor- ...... ...
January 15. Hunting, for these spe- : : :-:: :
ship with us. I First Methodist Church cies of is prohibited on Mon-
I The regular monthly dinner of the game Large Stock of Parts Now On Hand
, ; days and Tuesdays of each week.
Men's Fellowship Union will be held I I Sunday, Xov. 25, 1945
1 Duck, geese and coot may be taken i
I at the Community Center on Tues- 1 New will be available Get
the cars soon. your name on
day during week from
day, November 27, at 7:30 p. m. All Church School . . 7:15 a. m. every
returned servicemen are invited as I Regular Worship . 7:45 a. m. November 2 to January 20. our list at once
In the Second Cistrict comprisedof I't
Services held
guests. I are being temporarily -
in the Clewiston Community fAlachua, Baker, Bradford, Clay, Now Located at Sinclair Station Until New BuildingIs
I Columbia, Dixie, Duval, Gilchrist,
Church. All Methodists and friends
Church Of GodRev. i lof Methodism are urged to attend Hamilton, Lafayette, Levy, Nassau, Completed '

R. R. Holland, Pastor and help in the erection of the new Suwannee, Madison, Taylor and Un-

! Sunday, X 0,. 25, 1945 I Sanctuary. / ion counties, the deer and turkey George Beck, Owner & Manager

....... season extends from November 20
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taking of deer. The ffirm J llllllIllilllr1.I: IIIIIiIIlIIIl! lllllllllIllIliI11I111I11I1IIlr IIIIIIIIIIIIIIr0 IIIIIIIIIII"I !II"IIIIIIIIIii'l:;;' \.,.
season on quail and squirrel extends

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I' It Seems to Me- .I viewpoint, it's plenty of reason for I I are no more to ,blame for their' failure 'Youth ,Confesses down the freight elevator shaft.
I liquidating a football team. I III than were the men who faced I i I Upon discovering {the presence oCMr.
In a recent letter to J. Tom Gurneyof their opponents in the Philippines.Just To Robbery OfParkinson's I( Parkinson, he fled through the
(Continued froin Page .6) II the Board of Control- the Governor why the Governor saw fit : back door.

sus navy rank system of command in complains that Florida has lost I to ridicule and offend a group of Store I The incident was reported to Sher-
prestige because of the utter failure teen age boys'who have been doing
combined;! operations. Every one of iff J. J. Wiggins who made to
I of the University of Florida's "Fight- the best they could in the face of inexperience I I plans
our regular officers should serve a (Moore Haven, Democrat) i i catch the looter or looters but
ing Gators" to show either the ability and lack of,,support, T do hardly-
period of training with each service to win or the ability to fight. not know,' but in any event I thinkhe Earl Holcomb, sixteen year -: thought it would be attempted so
before he is qualified for promotion old grocery clerk and delivery boy:1'I
I "I believe the time has come for was wrong. soon. The clerk had been suspected
I to the overall command staff. Thereare I at Parkinson's Store is said to have
Florida to determine whether or not Military machines ana football I 1 but when it
a thousand things which would'j confessed entering the store Saturday was discovered that he
have to be changed to make it as the University will play teams have to be built and properly night and taking 'a large quan-II had opened the only cash register
practical in operation as it is in iate football," the intercoIleg-1 maintained. Furthermore, they must tity of merchandise and some cash I which he had use of in the store and
theory but aren't we a nation famed "if the answer is in the -be supported. When we take into from one of the store registers. I had taken the key from a place
it that the I
then we should see to known only to the clerks
for our ability to change with con- Later officers to open the
consideration the fact that the Uni- found most of the
j ditions? We jump from the position University is adequately representedIn I I I back door for a get-away, Sheriff
' of a military nonentity to that of that field." versity of Florida has spent only stolen loot in his room at the home I I Wiggins went at once to his home,
I the greatest armed power on earthin While it is most gratifying to note $25,000 a year on football comparedwith of his uncle, J. H. Holcomb, but it I I I found the loot and placed him under
: the Chief Executive's interest in the appears that he had been taking
four years. We can and must most of arrest.
$100,000 for
or more
desire to them win I' some things from time to time "
I Gators and his see dur-
make the necessary changes to insure the opponents Florida teams have ing the I The. boy had only been here a few
I 11, for one, can't agree with him and several weeks he has been
i, us an adequate, integrated' concerning been called on to face, it isn't hardto working in the I store. weeks and Mr. Holcomb stated that
statement
his
will I look on I II
machine that require -
fighting I I he had
understand why ,we see our team no knowledge of anything
the team as uncalled for, unfair and The first intimation :
an alliance of all the other,I I getting tramped on so often. Given that Mr. Park amiss..
I of the world and Beelzebub unjust inson had of anything amiss was
powers
the encouragement and support
same
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himself to defy. I ) If we are going to make a point I II these other teams receive, I thinkwe last Thursday night when he heard POLES RULE PENDULUMYour
of state prestige, I would say that would find the Gators could hold someone in the 'store while he was

.............. .............. .. I the little affair in Madison county I their own with of them. Consid- doing some bookwork.: Being unarmed -] pendulum clock that worksso
.:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..: : : : : : :-+: .: : : : : : :o( the name any and fearing a hold-up he closed I perfectly in the United States
: did far more to lower good ering the handicaps they have had
I and prestige of the state of Florida to contend with, I would say the his. safe and went out to find City I I would have to be regulated if you

Too Late To ClassifyBy I in the eyes of the nation and the Gators have been doing a bang-up job Marshal G. C. Stiickland. It was dis- took it to Central America. The
nearer the the slower the
world than all .the football games and deserve praise' for their courage covered that he had entered throughan I equator,
of upstairs skylight and had pendulum swings, the pull of gravity
I lost by the Gators in the history and tenacity in contests where the come r
RUSSELL KAY '
I being stronger at the earth's poles.
the University. odds have been overwhelmingly a-
I I I I As, far as "ability to win and ability gainst them.
.:NeN:MAN N MAN N..:..:..:NW:NN:N:..:N:N:N H:ti NNN to fight" is concerned, the Governor The Governor laments the fact ... _
I I' might have said the same thing I
that many brilliant football jstars) '
While inefficiency, incompetence, about the team that tried to hold that are leading out-of-state teamsto INITIALED FREE!

stupidity and neglect of duty mayS ,the line at Bataan and Corregidor.The victory are Florida boys. This is .
not be sufficient cause to remove boys who make up the foot-
, fault is and
true but again the ours
S the Governor's ball team of the University of Florida
a Sheriff from
., not the University's the team's.So .
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I! ...NNNNNNNNNMM.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..NNNMMNN//NNNNNNNMNN.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ................................................................................................ more long attractive as' competitive offers colleges just so make long

must Florida expect to have an in- TAX FREE
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:! CARNiVAL topnotch football players and she BEAUTIFUL ALUMINUM LIGHTERFor
will continue to do so but whether I
... .:. they wear, 'Gator uniforms and bring
keeping and giving, here's the practical, stainless alum-
prestige to this state rather than

j some other depends upon whetheror inum lighter that always comes through
AU Next Weekm--LaBelle% not we want a winning team badly .
: .. .. enough to pay for one. I

. .:. DISTINCTIVELY
I .:.' Despite rules of the Southeastern INITIALED

\ I :: NOVEMBER 26 THRU DECEMBER 1 :_i: Conference that football players ,
FREE
:, .:. within its ranks can only receive OF EXTRA COST

:.i.i: Auspices 'American Legion ,Post No. 30 :*i: month tuition,,everyone books, knows board that and they$10 geta a

A: lot more than that. Maybe they .Sturdily built for hard use-fits snugly in the hand-lias
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y: don't get it from the University or safety flame guard
Y A the State Legislature, but just the
:;: SHOWS RIDES CONCESSIONS =*. same they get it and anyone who f
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'. thinks otherwise is off the beam. Order NOW for
The Governor knows that political I

Fireworks Each aspirants are limited by: statutes as
, _. Display NIght to the amount of money they can Prompt DeliverySend

J spend on a campaign for office, and

_. i he also knows that in a Gubernatorial $3 by check, money order or O. O. D.
:;: -:: :i: campaign, all of them, winner
and losers alike spend .. Clip this coupon and mail to
: many, many
:i : CASH GATE PRIZES S :: times that amount." Their check

AI books may not show it, but some
I 3': EVERY NIGHT body's does and the same holds true Goff Jewelry Co '

::: :::! with football players. The books of
: show $10a Foit Myers, Florida
the University may only a
FUN FOR THE FAMILY : :_!.: month investment in a star player
but the checkbooks of the alumni l
':: Merry-Go-Round and Rides for :i: would probably tell an entirely dif- ---------1 I '
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; ::: The Children :=;: !
," : .;' .:. If the 'niversity Athletic Assoc- No. of Lighters . . Initials . . . I
: iation will give Coach Lieb enough
(Indicate Initials) I
cabbage, he will cultivate a team R

r : FLORIDA AMUSEMENT Co. and no foolin'. There is no ceiling on Send to: .. . . . ... . . .1. . . . . i
football talent and winning teams I (Name) .

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and sailors into concrete form-
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Clewiaton News of life'has been changed' so little by a ..............M.!..':.>...........................................'!..;............................... Lewis Blount of the Navy arrivedSunday'from Discharges Listed' I
The global war. Minor.shortages a-few Norfolk to spend a brief

staples we have known but none leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. For Past Week By .
Remember WhenBy ?--- Bill Blount.
suffer in
which caused us :to any
ev'ery Friday In Clewlstor,
Published Selective Service
Florida/ by the CLEWISTON NEWS; way. Luxuries of some kinds we ,

IDC. have had to forego but who can say, Frances Nall The latest word from Hooky Avant, ---

but that we are not better off for now in the Occupation'Forces in Ger- The following discharges from the

Entered as second class mall matte having had to forego them. IAN. .N:N:M:N:N:M:N.N:M:M:N.N:M:N:N.MAN. .N.NON. .N.M:M:M:1 many, is that he has received a pro- armed services have been reportedto

February 1, 1927, at the Post Office in Our fields still produce bountiful) motion to sergeant and is very proudof
Clewlston, Florida, under the Act of his the Hendry County Selective Ser-
March 3, 1807. crops and tillers of the soil do not (Although Mrs. Nail is away fora accomplishment.
vice office during the past week:
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worry that their plow may at any time we'll try our best to carryon

CARR SETTLE. Publisher moment strike an unexploded shellor this column and keep it up to Sgt. Sam Lang arrived home Wed- William Lewis Beckton, col. Army;

land mine. Our factories, which 'date, having learned that it brings nesday with his discharge from the Walter Stanley Burt, col., Army;'

Subscription Rate--( .GO Per Tear produced so abundantly the tools of nostalgic memories to many of the Army after spending some twenty- John Russell Hightower, Army;

Advertising Raton On Application. war are converting rapidly) to a resumption old-timers and are told that some eight months overseas in the Euro- James M a l' cell us Rider, ERG;

,of manufacturing goodsfor of' the newcomers appreciate this pean Theatre. Mrs. Lang had a call Charlie Lofton and Eddie Lee Ma-

civilian use once more. little glimpse into Clewiston his- from him soon after his ship dockedin son, col., Army; Martin Louis Oliver -

Devoted to the advancement and wel-. And for life, which is sweet in a tory. The following is from the an eastern port and he called Army; Harry Augustus Nelson,

fare of Clewiston and Hendry County.NATIONAL land where no dictator's heel has Clewiston News files of November again Tuesday to say that he had .nib: Marines; James Louis Harvey, Army;

yet trod, for liberty which is a heritage 1 .23, 1928 or seventeen years ago discharge at Camp Blanding and Herman Lawrence Dyess, Navy;

\ of our courageous forefathersand this week. The Editor) would be home on Wednesday. Joseph Jones, col., Army; Martin

EDITORIAL! for the pursuit of happiness Timkerlake. AAF; Thomas Fields, jr.

ASSOCIATION without hindrance we express devout J. B. Brantley, who has been sta- col., Army; Walter Leroy Nelson,
this That week, the same as seventeen Army; Charles Lee Roberts, Army;
JIT*" M m "ir "* thanks and trust that on tioned in Jacksonville for some time

Thanksgiving the people of Amer- years later, Elbert 'L. Stewart was with the U. S. Navy, has now received Leslie Couie Miller, Navy; Joel Pres-
away from his desk at the bank on ton Keen Army William Ervin
ica will pledge anew their faith in his discharge and has returned ;

One who has made it all possible.The November 20 and for the same reason home for good, accompanied by Boone, Navy; James Benjamin Bar- t

-hunting season had opened. He Mrs. Brantley. tley, Navy; Olan Mitchell Crosby,. i

Buy Christmas SealsThis fishermen or Lake Okeechobee bagged ten quail in a few hours. *" *" Army; Elmo Handley Powell, Army;

Others about town had their Thanks- William Holmes Andrews, AAF
Sunday ;
finally got together Cpl. Edward Von Mach was sche-

afternoon at Okeechobee and took giving turkey. Two miniature golf duled to have left China on October Nelson Alexander Morris, Navy; Vir-
week letters were mailed out courses were being built to ease the Townsend M. Wal-
some very progressive steps toward !9 bound homeward according to the gil W. Novy; Roy
to most people in the county'contain- pains of the niblick weilders until dron, Army Leslie R. Winkler,
Okee- latest ;
fighting the closing of Lake letter :received: by his sister,
ing a sheet of 100 Christmas seals chobee to commercial fishing next the new nine-hole course was com- Miss Margaret Von :Mach. He has Army; Thomas Raub Burgner, Navy,
and dollar, sent back at once to A meeting had been calledto
pleted.
your and Phillip Mercer, Navy.
October 1. They will seek first, I am been in the China-Burma-India The-
pay for these seals will help to carryon organize, a Clewiston Red Cross
told, to prove to the sport fishermenand atre for many months. If he should
one of the most worthwhile fights Inter County Telephone
Chapter. LEIF JOHXSOSHAS:
to the members of the State some home by the Pacific route he is
against disease which is being con- officials had been here to investigatethe PARTY BIRTHDAY:
Game and Fresh Water Fish Com- expected to visit in Detroit with his
ducted, the fight against tubercu- opening of a new.telephone exchange -
mission that they arq wrong in their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Von
losis. Thp. Hopkins building wascompleted Leif Johnson celebrated his fifth
in Mach before ,
objections to commercial fishing coming on to Clewiston. 'X
to
These little seals not only help and all stores and offices
at
with a
birthday party Thursday
this largest fresh water lake in the *"
dress up your Christmas packagesand had been rented. Mr. and Mrs. F. the home of his parents, Mr. and
those country. Failing this they will em- Sgt. J. M. Stephens, who workedfor
mail but help to show Deane Duff, newly-weds then, were Mrs. Carl E. Johnson.
ploy attorneys and fight it throughthe the United States Sugar Corporation .
persons who receive these packages, moving into their new home on the A color scheme of pink and green

cards and letters that you are personally courts.I Ridge which they still occupy. Workon before entering the service, has was carried out and birthday cake
o the fight against one of talked, not so long ago, to a con- returned from overseas service in
aiding
to South Bay, delayed -
the highway and ice cream, with a lighted candleon
killer diseases of the servation officer operating on the Europe and has obtained his dis
the greatest had '
the September hurricane,
by each plate was served to each
lake and searching for violators ,of charge. He is now visiting relatives
present time. been resumed and work was begin- child present and monkey acrobats.
the fishing laws, both sport and com- in Chicago but intends to return to
But it is easy to forget to mail a started ning on the Clewiston-LaBelle high- were given as favors. Mrs.. Johnson
had aoneman
mercial. He already Clewiston.
check for those seals. Many of us was assisted by Mrs. H. R. Hall and I
campaign to enlist the helpof way.An '
are apt to get the seals, use them editorial asked that not too '' several of the mothers of children
To. avoid this the sport fishermen, saying that if Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen have re
malicious
and forget to pay. much attention be paid to present.
they knew what he has learned in ceived word that their younger son,
write your check and send it to the stories being circulated concerningthe The invited guests were Marian d'
the time he has worked on the lake Ensign Richard B.. Owen is now, stationed -
seal chairman whose name appearson heartless manner in which Red ( and David Hancock, Sara Beth
sealsas (and many of them have) they in Manila. He has been in
the
the envelope containing Cross officials had handler rehabili- Sikes, Albert and Alice Gericke,
would not permit the closing of the Samar for some time.
soon as the envelope is opened. tation work following the hurricane.In Ronnie, and Janet Wylie, Jennings
and trappers.
lake to the seiners '
the social items Mrs. W. C. Ezelle, Bonnie Fay Durrence, Lamar
been arguments, pro
There have
Owen had entertained the afternoon Methodists Buy New McClendon, Matt, Jerry and Jon
and con, for many years, the seiners
The HouseBy bridge club and a card party and Prewitt, Carl and Erik Larsen, Bev-
On the big '
contending that by removing Lots For Church 'Here
killing'- of predatoryfish dance at the Clewiston Inn was erly Egley, Bobby, Georgia and John
catfish and the
heralded as the formal opening of Weetman., _Sandra Swavne... Martha__:_nn.
D. C. S. captured in the seines, that they
than the winter social season. Announcement is made this week Jean Nowling, Glenda Sue Etherton,
bass to live
holiday are permitting more
Between the Thanksgiving is Since Thanksgiving in those days by the Clewiston Realty Corporationof Hank Thompson, Betty Lou Casper
Nail having could hope to live when seining
,yesterday and Frances was celebrated on the last Thurs- the sale of lot 14 in block 203 to Donna Gayle Martin, Marjorie, War-
in Jackson- ended. On the other hand the sports-
gone to meet her hubby that the day in the month (being several the Methodist Church for the new ren, Buster and Jack, Brown, Mary
little desti- ,men are just as certain
ville, the News may be a years B.F.D.R.) there was no men- church building planned here in the Catherine and Judy Francis, Harri

tute of news this week but we hope i seines are dragging over bass spawnIng tion of the holiday in that issue. near future. Adjacent' lot 13 was ett and Janice Magill, Jane Lee, Mar-
a I beds, scattering the eggs and destroying -
with and give us
you'll bear us purchased by the church from Den- tha Christine Hare, Helen Prewitt,
of ne 'sand' the fish before they have
lack
little more leeway for nis Small ''tax and Vaughn Bolt
county assessor Lynn Nancy n'j Joy_
the next ',weekor the opportunity to hatch out. Realiz-
for errors during .. .. .... .. .. .. .. the other adjacent lot, 14, from Tax Bartz and Chris Christian.
so. And if you come by the office ing that there might be merit in both (NN:N NON N N NON N:N:M N ; :-: :-; N :-; :- Collector R. N. 'Miller. '

with news items and don't find any- ends of the argument, I still have to
These lots are on Arcade Avenue a
them under side with the commercial fishermenfor FOR SALE 24 foot
one at home just slide Withii block north and a block west of the -
the' door and we'll catch them whenwe anyone who knows Lake Okee-
new Episcopal Church. The new
trailer electric
come. If you telephone and no chobee can easily see that only a Methodist church had previouslybeen refrigerator

answers write out your notes comparatively small part of it is
one ,
planned for construction on lots
Venetian
enough for seining. And the oven range, -
and drop them in the post-office. open Our on Ventura Avenue not far from, the

We'll get them okay. We hope that bass are smart enough, most of them, Boys Baptist Church. blinds over-all awrv t

next week we'll find someone, to stay to bed in the most inaccessible por- :

in the office and answer the tele- tions. They have a lot of data, usedat i Mr. and Mrs. Ken Swayne and chil- ing. Wickham, Trailer

phone but if not we ask your in- legislative hearings in the past, ))4 .: in theSerYlCe dren were in West Palm Beach Fri- ,

dulgence.To to support their contentions and it is day and attended the circus. Park. 1 tc.. LJ

add to our troubles our lino- wise that they have organized now to

Tuesdayand make use of this and other data
type operator boozed up
checked out for' parts unknown. which may be accumulated. tu :. I ''
We whipped that by sending an .Y ) "i1Jl _. I I N 111II111111111111I11I111111111111111I11111111111111111111I I i 111I11111I11111111I1/:11I1lillllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I /: i I 't IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIImllll111Imlllil I: I I' !! !! mIIIIIil'I!Ili!!II

S.O.S. to Fort Myers and then yester- Saturday was Circus Day in West .

day our floor man, Clark Bell, be- Palm Beach and I, along with mostof .;";":-;";-;";-:-:-;";":-; ;..:";-:":".++:":-<":0..:": '== if EThere's -
came a proud papa and it is still the other kids in town, was the'reto _

doubtful whether not he will laugh at the antics of the clowns, -- future
or Martin Louis Oliver, Boatswain'sMate au )in your __
to hold my breath at the trapeze 4)
survive the ordeal. ==
in the U. S. Navy, has recently --
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Even thankful on -
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he has returned to Clewiston as yet.
shot. dogs-in short, to enjoy the show. *" = 1946 FORD on DISPLAY

From Pearl Harbor comes a press _
INTERMEDIATE G. A.'sENJOY ::
But whether you observed Thanks- release to the effect that Warrant .
WEINER ROAST i Crowds who have the 1946 Ford it's the
giving this week or will observe it Officer Campbell E. Nail has gone seen say -
The Intermediate G. A.'s, together -
next week or choose to observe both with their counselor, Mrs. W. R. through the demobilization center smartest Ford ever built. Come in and see jit today! ==

days we all have more than enoughfor there and is on his way home. Camp-
Broadrick, enjoyed a weiner roast
which to humbly thank God at bell almost arrived home before the E
last Thursday evening. The eveningwas HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS Inc.
this season. A year- ago we were involved press release for he's probably now ,
I spent in playing games and sing- .
in a bitter war with two powerful in Jacksonville. II II1IIIIIIIIIimmllllmillllllllilllllllillllllm""I"I11"I11llll

adversaries: and now peace has. ing Weiners hymns were in roasted front of and a bonfire.enjoyed *" : IJ it I lu"NI"I"II III" 1ll11l11mllllillilllllllllllllllllllllmllllllllllllll'mmll ill) III lllI'lIIlmlllilllrllllllllllilllll['I I JI I l II I I I IINNI m IN 11lmlllljlmlmlllllm!JI III lIIlmlllllllllll.N II I NINA 1i I I

returned once more. Our boys are Another release from the U. S. ...
with buns, pickles, cake and hot
coming home, more and more of Naval Separation Center in Shoe-
chocolate.The .
them eY ry day, ,Ito discard ''their next meeting will be after maker, Calif., says that Ma. M. 1/c

khaki or navy blue and to take up Arthur W. Lawrence was dischargedfrom
November 29.
school on Thursday,
life where they left off when our service there on November 12.
Those present were Joyce Turner, FOR THEn
Nation's safety was threatened and Chris- Art, too, is on the way home in
Betty Barton, Juanita Turner,
they answered the call to arms. fact may already be here as this is
Rachel
tine Dunaway, Eleanor Tanner, -
1 We can give thanks that our way written.
Miner and Maureen Johnson.
BEST IN FOODSTry
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.. Pfc. Walker Nail is another dis
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from Europe. Haven't had a chanceto A Complete Dinner At

see Walker as yet but he ;was

JUICY STEAKS scheduled to have been home on

Tuesday. And we doubt that any-

thing could have stopped him after THE CANEBRAKE.

OYSTERS FROG LEGS he got started *this* way.*


Betty Bell is gloating over the

news that Sandy is to arrive in the
FRIED CHICKEN
States very shortly and be home in a $1.25 and Up

few days thereafter. Sandy saw ser-
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vice first in Italy but was transferredto

OPEN 5 A. M. TO 12 P. M. France and into Germany before Luncheon Hour 12 noon to 2 p. m.


the war ended. Dinner From 6 to 9 :
SEVEN DAYS A WEEK p. m.

Flight Officer J. A. (Pat) FcGehee,
Short Orders 9 to 1 11 I 1:30 p. m.
Jr., returned to Clewiston on Saturday -

and has 'a 45-day furlough be-

EDDIE'S CAFE fore reporting for duty at Morrison Air Conditioned

Field. He has been with the ATC in

India flying the "Hump" into China.
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, :I I'I j r/SIS,.-M.---.. N..N..N..--.I"..N..N..N..N..N..N........N..M'. A dinner party honoring Earl Pet- Mr. Chaykovisky Mr. Ashfield Mr. -
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I : t .. ers on his birthday was given Mon- Hanson, Mr. FOR SALE
and Mrs.
i : r Adsberry Jim- -' Girl's bicycle
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.r.F day evening by Mr. and Mrs.' Claude
0'' my Fielder, Letha Fender, and Roy
)Giddens at their home. Guests were

PERSONAL and SOCIETY = Mr. and Mrs. Peters and ,Mr. and Hansen. ; 12-guage shotgun;

i: i Mrs. G. F. Serson. .._ Motor Boat i
f --r--o- .', DAUGHTER BORN, with 1 10 h. p.

: R "v. H. C. Meador left Tuesday for Johnson motor; house

c.(.........=".............................. .....................;O...........<-................:..:..:..:..:..: :.:..:.:..:..:.:..:N.N:N.M:N:N:NJpyNN:N:N.J.) Tallahassee where he has accepted trailer.
I the pastorate of one of the Baptist Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Hundertmarkare See L. W. Dun-

Mrs. A. W. Sias spent the weekend Mrs. F. H. Maxwell of Tampa and I churches. Mrs. Meador and the children the parents of a baby daughter,

i I in Orlando. Mrs. Van Bush and children of Fort left last Friday to visit her born Wednesday morning at the nam at Trailer' Camp

Lauderdale spent Monday night with mother in Winter Haven over the itpd., D-N
I j Thomas E. Markette was a business Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Etherton. Thanksgiving holidays. I Clewiston Hospital.

visitor In Miami last Thursday.
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' Mr." and Mrs. F. Edward of
i Bryant H. J.
' Davenport of Jeffersonville, I
+ i +) Mrs. Ralph Echols spent the weekend Palm Beach were the Thanksgiving tS1EA
Ind., spent a couple of days here this .
= I 1\; in Miami. -- holiday guests of their daughter, week as the guest of his'counsin..
Mrs. F. Deane Duff and Mr. Duff. S
Mrs. Richard Yoder and Mr. Yoder
I Miss Alice 011.
Savage spent the weekend -
He has recently been dischargedfrom qAO
1 with friends in Miami. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Granere and service with the Army combat 4 s.

sons left Saturday for Washington, engineers. .1-
J Miss Betsy Home_ is spending the I, D. C. after a visit with relatives and v
I( holidays in Miami. friends here.
I Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Yoder are

Mrs. H. R. Hall and Mrs. C. E. spending a week in Miami aft r
; Johnson were visitors in Miami last Miss Tammie Hobbs and Mrs. which Mr. Yoder will return to Clew-
Thursday.Mrs. Josephine Cason attended the circus iston to resume his former work with
F ; ,Saturday and spent the week-end in the timekeeping department of the

\ West Palm Beach. U. S.
: E. J. Casper has taken a position Sugar Corporation.

II with the payroll department at
i'' ;i the Sugar Office. !\\II'. and Mrs. James Willis Moore Bruce, Beardsley has returned ,from

; and family"of Sebring are spendingthe Charlotte. N. C. where, for the past
Thanksgiving week-end with his ten days has been
Miss Estelena Heusted spent the he attending a
; mother, Mrs. J. W. Moore.
week-end at her home in Fort My- dairy school. He was accompaniedby a

:, ers. R. E. Kurtz of Fort Myers and F. I 1000 First Street
H. C. Crandall and K. H. Williamsof ,D. Yaun of Moore Haven. Fort Myers, Florida I I

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen attended the Inter-County Telephone and

'the circus in West Palm Beach Fri- Telegraph Company, Fort x Myers, Miss Betty Stough entertained a BUY FROM THE CATALOG

',7 day. were business visitors here Tuesday.Mrs. group of girls with a steak supperat Over 100,000 Additional Items
'ti her home Monday evening and a

I Miss Marjorie Combs and Miss J. F. Tippey, Mrs. Frances theatre party afterward. Those e I Use Our Easy Payment Plan
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Margaret Von Mach spent the Meredith and Patricia Ann and Mrs. present were Wanda Shelfer, Doro-

Thanksgiving holidays in Wauchula.Mr. A. A. Munroe were in Miami last thy Sealey, Emily Robertson,' Pearl,

Saturday. Whidden, Barbara DeVane and Elsie
and Mrs. Edwin Jagger of Martin.

Chicago spent Monday in Clewiston -

with Mr. and Mrs., G. H. Brown. Jacob Fisher and Joe Chipley of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Keen, Mr. and _

Moorefield, W. Va., visited Thanks- Mrs. E. M. Dull, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, BREAKFAST LUNCHEON
E. M. Cornette was a business giving Day with Prof. and Mrs.\ Quentin Mrs. G. E. Etherton, Mrs. Ruth B: 7 TO 10 A. M. 12TO2P.31. DINNER
visitor in Jacksonville on Wednesday GTO8P.M.
Evans on their way home from a Owens, Mrs. Chas. M. Pirkle, Mrs. V.

trip to Miami.P. C. Woodward, Mrs O. A. Anderson,

! Miss Florence Graham, and C. C.
f
Mrs. Josiah Ferris, Jr., has returned -
L. Woodward of Orlando who Klutts attended a Friendship Meet-
to Clewiston after spending ten ,
: days visiting her parents in Orlando. has just been discharged from the ing of the Eastern Star in Belle For A Relaxing Meal-Dine In A

Navy, spent Wednesday here with Glade on Thursday night of last
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I'I Mr. and Mrs. E.: O. Ward were his brother, V. C. Woodward and week. Pleasant Atmosphere

business visitors in Fort Myers on Mis. Woodward.Mrs. ,
Among those from Clewiston at-
: Wednesday.Dr. You'll Find Good Food and Gracious
A. 0 .Ward was in West Palm tending the football ,game Friday I Service at TheCLEWISTON
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night in Arcadia were Mrs. E. C.
J. W: Ezelle and Emma Jane Beach on business Wednesday. Miss .
Mills, Mrs. C. H. Berner, M. C. Keen
attended the circus in West Palm who school
Ward is
Grace attending
I and children, C. L. McLendon, Mr. INN[
Beach Saturday. there, returned with her to spend ,
and Mrs. Ben Bolton, Mr. and Mrs.E. .
the Thanksgiving holidays.Mr. ,
W. McLeod, Mrs. Ruth B. Owens,
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Larsen and children -
Mrs. Elthea Elmore, Miss MargaretVon cv
were those in West Palm I -
among
'I 1, : I and Mrs. Earnest Denslow of I Mach, Mrs. C. E. Miner, Miss ,
Beach Saturday for the circus.,
" Clermont arrived Wednesday to I Bobby Spicer, Jack Wynn, W. N.

Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Casper and 'spend the Thanksgiving holidays Martin, V. C. Woodward, Urey Wal- : Meet Your Friends, In Our
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"t with their daughter, ,Mrs: C. E. Bailey dron and Hagei"X.owe. ,
daughters were in West Palm Beach
and family.
for the circus Saturday.
MRS ENTERTAINSSUXDAY JOHNNIE ;HALE COCKTAIL LOUNGEOpen

Miss Parmelia Bourne spent the Mr. and Mrs. ,Earnest Denslow and

week-end at home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bailey are leaving 11 A. 31. To 2 P. Dia -1 P. 31. To 12 P. 31.
Mrs. Johnnie Hale
who left Mon-
Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Bourne. She is today for Pompano to spend the
I day evening to join her husband, Sgt.
attending Barry College in Miami. week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Hale, who has just returned from
Roland.
'1 overseas, gave a, buffet dinner fora
'I Misses
Pat Bailey and Harriett Alston '
BUFFET NIGHTS
group of friends DINNER
i Sunday night. sU.j
left this morning to spend the
Walker F. Nail, who has been with Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Sears, TO 7:30
week-end in Miami with Mr. and
the U. S. Engineers in Europe for Mr. and Mrs.
Fielder
Mrs.
! Mrs. J. T. Graver. Rankin, : Wro: ti\ ; + I'
i many months, received his discharge
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the first of the week and arrived
Mrs. A. A. Munroe left Tuesdayfor
home Tuesday. ,
Nashville, Tenn., where she will
visit relatives and friends for a few

weeks. Mrs. W. M. Johnson and childrenof {

Pahokee and Miss 'Florence Gra-

Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hooks and Wilbur ham left 'Wednesday Jacksonvilleto

Goff left Tuesday morning for spend the Thanksgiving holidays G

: Tifton, Ga., where they will make with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. :, [dH1STfAS J
their home through this winter. Graham. '
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Mrs. Charles B. Owens of Hobe : ,

Sound arrived Monday to visit for a :r

l'I few days with Mrs. Ruth B. Owens. ...
I Both ladies were in Hobe Sound yes- '
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r terday to spend the holiday with Mr. ; "I' ."< Only .
Owens. '. : : ;: :it) :.{
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home from Jacksonville ;: ;:.. Away ;
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"PRIDE OF MARINES"with .
where she has been a student at a
Jno Garfield business vollege and has resumed / '

,' work with the United\ States Sugar /: :
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Tues. & Wed., Nov. 27 & 28 '

1 :" T. C. Musgrave has returned home ',,, \ ,
from the Fort
Myers Hospital wherehe '

has been receiving treatment fora >'.{: Our Stock of Gift Goods Surpasses That "::1'

couple of weeks'and expects to be : '
back on the job at his barber shopon '

Monday.Mrs. :,,/;:, Of Any 'Holiday Season In Several Years,' 1!. ( '


", .nroouc nno [ Ruth Wilcox, Mrs. Ruby Mc- ,''f : K .. And Is Now Being Placed On Display. ? r. '
Intyre, Miss Maylene Hamilton, Miss ,
Cartoon Ann Wood and Mrs. Christine Wain- '} J ,, >

wright and daughter, Mitchell, attended ,?
r* Thurs. & Fri., Nov. 29 & 30 the circus in West Palm _. .,_

, r 3ILLDRED PIERCE" Beach Saturday.Sgt. .

: g Joan Crawford, Zachry Scott
Sam Lang returned home MAKE OUR
I !t NOTE-No one will be seated, Wednesday from the European The- STORE YOUR GIFT HEADQUARTERSFOR
during last 10 minutesof
atre where he has served for the
this feature.,
past twenty-eight months. He received THE ENTIRE FAMILY -
r: Cartoon News '
:.. his discharge at Camp' Bland-
ing Tuesday.
Saturday, December 1st

..' "Patrick The Great" Mrs. C. E. Nail left Tuesday morn-

Donald O'Connor, Peggy Ryan ing for Jacksonville to join her hus- .

Cartoon-Jungle Queen No. 4 band, W/O Campbell E. Nail who pARKINSON'SUse '
was due to arrive the first of the

I week to obtain his discharge from
I Mid-Night Show, 11:30 p. m.
the U. S. Navy Seabees. She was accompanied -
"GREAT FLA3IARION"
I
I.:. Erich Von Stroheim W. Sias and to her Jacksonville brother, Mutt by Mrs.Wal-A. Our Lay Away Plan For Gift Purchases 1

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NOVEMBER 23, 1045
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. First Methodist Church Purchases Lots I 1, the turkey season from November of thousands of, dead who died a. be- of years would, be able to accomp- .
20 to January 31, the quail and squirrel -I cause we, the American people, lish things impossible under the- :

.....h'h d. Uh',, _._____...__..,............ -',",,,"M t season from November 20 to:February I- through our duly, if not always leg- present intolerable :
15 and the dove season from' ally, elected representatives, were army rank ver- ;
II Continued on Page 7) j
November 20 to January 18. On| not prepared to wield the balance of \

'i. these species hunting is permitted power that would have been in our
}: ;: every day for the first ten days of the inept hands had we had the pride of - - -.
k.:3'a
: : : .
?: season. After that, hunting is pro- country, the intelligence to see the if if'I'

hibited on Mondays, Wednesdays, world situation as it was and not as
and Fridays during the remainderof foreign propagandists made us see it.
I
the season. The season on duck, We should be thankful for the pro- CLEWISTONLOTS .

\ .. .,;,is geese and coot extends from Nov-, ductive and inventive wizardry of 1\
:tUx ember 2 to January 20, and they 1 our industrial giants, one per cent of

may be taken every day during the 'which, had it been demonstrated for \

week. 1 the past twenty years, would have
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;*;; The Commission has ruled that been enough to stop Hitler in his
Z the prohibition as to days of the I tracks. We should be thankful we -. f
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week will not apply to hunting on I, got out from behind the eight ball \

: November 20, Thanksgiving, Christ- without even thinking how dumb we SALES HAVE I INCREASED (I

: "-:'"':. ...j; W.' Ji '.L $; i1, 1 mas and New Years Day. l all were to get behind it in the first
!!i iitk.: : r><' w: .f ""> ,:", 4S"... ".- Suwannee and Dixie county offic- place. We should be thankful that VERY RAPIDLY IN THE :
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>: \ < PAST SIX MONTHSDO
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"Rr. ,. lk7! 'J: Fresh Water Fish Commission that prowess has again saved the world
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'' law" 'this prohibiting the discharge the Dutch and the French are again
liz--- : :; : ... ,.: .:. ;, tr;: year EIJ!
$- :- < L.,, : : : : ; ; of firearms on Sunday, at war with entire peoples for the
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sole purpose of keeping, them in po-

The dream of a Methodist Churchin ately. The entire plant will be small, I litical and economic subjection. The I NOT LET THE ONE

Clewiston is moving closer to a the sanctuary seating around 150, II I above, my friends, are. just a small
II YOU WANT GO TOsOMEONE'
part of the things for which we
number of To Me
beautiful.The
reality. There were a but very It Seems ;'
people who kept that dream alive I should be thankful on one of the
architecture will be the Span- several; official days we call Thanks- ELSE
much toward
contributed -
for years and ish-Mission type. It fits in well with giving.

its organization. They form.will soon The South Florida life. Built of concrete By H. Clark Bell . that all the turbleburley a- IHI

see their building take blocks, stucco, and plaster, it will beery Thanks- bout the proposed merger of the arm-
Building Committee has purchasedthree . that a million or more
durable. The entire plant is so ed forces is nothing but service
the corner of West Ar- speeches club
lots on giving politicians
arranged that units may be added as jealousy and imagined, undemocratic Price Trend Is
It is block 203,
Osceola.
cade, and speakers and organization heads
the church expands. prestige among the various forces
lots 12, 13 and 14. will be given throughout,the countryby 'UpwardbetterBUY
,A structure is planned that will This structure as it is planned is sincere who being expressed in political terms.It .
well-meaning, people
is a patent fact that, in modernwar
when outstanding. It will add much to the
cost approximately $20,000 maximum for to be
will find the us NOWCLEWISTON
units and distinctiveness of Clewiston. cooperation of land, sea and
completed. There will be four beauty
thankful for and minimize the fact
air forces is not just desirable but
.
and the first will be begun immedi- that everything we have to be thank
absolutely necessary to the success-
ful for would be magnified to a very ful prosecution of hostilities. If we -

of Broward, Collier, Dade, Indian great degree if we had used commonsenSe accept that fact, which all the high
'
the decade instead -
Hunting Season- River, Martin, Monroe, Okeechobee, during lead past willy-nilly thrua officers who are objecting to the REALTY
of being
Palm Beach and St. Lucie counuties, merger admit, then we cannot but
of social gropings and a glo-
(Continued from Page 2) the deer and turkey season extends maze of I realize that an armed force includ-
couple
examine a
Fridays. Duck, geese and coot may from November 20 to January 1 bal war. Let us cliches which will ing land, sea and air that had been CORPORATIONRoughage
the
more common
be taken every day during the week Collier County is closed to the taking be thrown at us from all angles this trained under a unified command

from November 2 to January 20. of deer and Monroe County is closedto I week. "We are thankful that the war with a unified policy and a unified

In the Third District comprised of the taking of Key Deer. treated us as a nation as kindly as usage of military facts for a period = rmIi3rI2irIlcrnlElEB

Bay, Calhoun, Escambia, Franklin, The email and squirrel season extends -I it rlid." In order to be thankful for ,..

Gadsden' Gulf Holmes, Jackson, from November 20 to January s!that--we must be thankful for a I ,
Jefferson, Leon, Liberty, Okaloosa, \ ,R4/4i T"7fTr
W's
cnr'
"vwaa
bumbling, incompetent state depart) M.rLrY'.rl Yw r : _
Santa Rosa, Wakulla, Walton and 31. The dove season, except in Dade
not fulfill its'prime
ment that could
Washington counties, the ,deer and and Monroe counties, extends from
November 20 to January 18. Dade duty of feeling and evaluating the
from Novem-
extends
turkey ber 20 season to January 1, the quail and and Monroe counties had an early! political pulses of the world and

from November 20 ,dove season ,extending from October forewarn use> of the European war,
squirrel season the world turmoil F FLAMND I
the Japanese war,
these
to February 15, the dove season from I 1 to October 31. Hunting for that since the dawn of history has

November 20 to January 18, the species of game is prohibited duck on never culminated in anything but
I Mondays and Tuesdays but
from
and coot season
,
duck
geese
I: We, should be thankful for
November 2 to January 20, and 1 geese and, coot, may be taken exer"I war.the dunderheads we voted into the
is permitted every day dur- day from November 2 to
hunting States for
of the United
; Congress
the week, except on Lake Mic- In the Fifth District comprised of
ing
cosuke in Jefferson county and Brevard, Citrus, Flagler, Lake, Mar-' the past quarter armed forces of a century to the level for'cutting DAIRY fEED

Lake Iamonia in Leon county where ion, Orange, Osceola, Putnam, Sem- of the our Dominican Republic and so

the season on ,duck, geese and;coot inole Sumter,' St. Johns and Vol- and unregardedat _
20. "' usia,counties, :the deer season :=:extends making us impotent
opens on November -"r I the conference tables of smaller, "
In the Fourth District comprised. from November 20 to January poorer countries who were gearedfor and Concentrated Feeds

war at any minute. We should be
thankful for the thousands of men Manufactured in Florida for ,Florida UsersFOR

l maimed because they were SALE IN THIS AREA AT DEHYDRA' I G PLANT IN

Can A thrown into the battle lines with MOORE HAVEN
Until You Buy
nothing but a few weeks of intens-

ive training which, for all the sta- WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP: (N. J.) .'

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them to, military life. We r
:o should be thankful for our hundreds Faa.

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P.l\GE EIGHT CMEWISTON: NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, '1043

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FISHERMEN ORGANIZETO dente The and Methodist radio shop.Church purchased Best Hunting Seaon CAN'T LOSE IT '.'

lot 14 in block 203 on Arcade Ave- Since War Is ExpectedBy

nue as a site for a new church build
FIGHT CLOSINGOF ing. Game CommissionHunters

Dennis Small, county tax collector,
purchased lots 10 and 11 in block througnout the state, ".': '

LAKE TO SEINES 168 on Pasadena Avenue. generally speaking should have. the ,. ,'
Essie E. Robinson purchased lot 26 best hunting season since the outset -

in block 369 on the highway. of the war this year, a preseason $fjV 'E'ira '

(Moore 'Haven Democrat) Mrs. H. C. Jones purchased lots game survey recently completed

More than a hundred commercial 27, 28, 29 and 30 in block 369 on the by the Game and Fresh' Water Fish

fishermen and dealers of the Lake highway. Commission indicates. ".......
Okeechobee area, met te the courthouse Walter T. Lewis purchased lots '13 Nimrots in quest of bobwhite quail

In Okeechobee Sunday, on the and 14 in block 376. can anticipate about 702,196 birds,

call of representative W. J. Hendry, Bill Newton of Fort Myers pur- including 70,210 covies, according to

to organize for a fight against the chased lots 10, 11 and 12 In block the survey. However, the quail pop-
recent ruling of the State Game and 176 on the highway. ulation is below par in some sections
Fresh Water Fish Commission that as a result of the unusually sever '

Lake Okeechobee shall be closed to I drought followed by drenching rains .
Douglas Igou Is
-commercial fishermen effective on I during the past few months.

October 1, 1946. Reelected [President, Prospects of dove are good with ....." .:
The meeting was largely devotedto indication that doves have recov- .

a general discussion of objectivesand State Farm Bureau ered from, the effects of the 1940
procedure and Rep. Hendry was freeze. E $

appointed chairman of a special _comas Dr. I. N. Kennedy, Director of the
mitto". ,,010l'tol1_.__ ... tn .worm...._.. nn.. tho........ finhf _Douglas! Igou, Eustis, was reelected -
w "' president Francis ('!nmmi""d... n.., w nn..w_"... /Sn.... h..nn'7o... "" ....... 1.wLnv......n....."
it sees fit. L. M. Lilly, A, A. Beck, ; Corrigan, vice- is "the "
population finest in
president;; Emil Karst, treasurer years,
and J. E. Frierson were selected as ;
,and John Ford, executive with about 30,000 wild birds talliedin
secretary,
members of the committee to -
represent
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in the closing session of the Fourth the survey. .-
Glades County. Annual Convention of the Florida Chances of a venison roast this J 'i
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This committe plans to meet in \ r '.
Farm Bureau in Orlando last week. year are excellent, the recent count "
Moore Haven in about three weeksto
The meeting featured shows. About 31,937 deer were
addressby
approve a set of by-laws' and to an .
counted of which .
United States more than 9,000are '
make further plans for the fight a-j Secretary of Agri- ,
'estimated in the
culture Clinton P. Anderson who Ocala National
the lake
gainst closing. A member-
warned citrus men against Forest where annual hunts are
ship fee in the organization will prob- dangersof
overplanting, conducted. .
and
ably be $100 for each dealer and $10 urged added
emphasis on advertising Deer hunters can look to the Eg
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and ;
for each fisherman. merchandising 11 .% T.
Others, outside .irJ f
to put the fruit in the lin Field area for good hunting this .
the industry are invited to join as
hands of the consuming public. He season. With the exception of a few,
members '. ,
honorary helping financially ;
also advocated the development of military areas and an area recently

.as .they. are willing. ,.but voting new markets. closed by the Commission, the former -
memoersmp IS expected 10 ue confined I
to the fishermen. Roger B. Corbett, secretary and Choctawhatchee National For-
est area will be open to hunting
treasurer
I of the American Farm
Mr. Lilly, in reporting the resultsof
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the meeting, said, "We hope to Bureau, appeared on the two day I 425 Army deer supervised hunts last year Stolk vice-president of the AmericanCan beef and gravy, pork with applesauce '"
were killed in the
Eglin
persuade the fishermen program and asked farmers to hold Company. ,ham
sport with
and the field raisin 'sauce and boned ,
I reduction to a point where good area. Ocala National Forest re-
commission
that
they in
are wrong prices would be maintained. ported 428 deer taken last season. Approximately 424,000 cans' of turkey. .
seeking to close the lake but
fail-i I Balmy Indian food opened annually by residents of
Walton Rex, Orlando, a director on summer weather .
Ing this \
we are prepared to carry the vegetable and fruit departmentof has retarded the southward flightof the county undoubtedly will be Six Invasion Barges -
the fight on into the courts." ';,.
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the American Farm Bureau Federation duck and Florida probably won'tbenefit largely' increased with the arrivalof ,

explained the new set up from early flights this'year, the new postwar items. It will Here Monday Night :

Tiger Cubs To Play that is under the direction of Porter experts predict. But when they come be no trick at all for a housekeeperto -

Taylor. Rex said the new depart- they should be plentiful. More than put together' a three or four I (Moore Haven Democrat) ".. .
Here 'I
: Friday Night ment would be able to furnish quicker 70,917 ducks were killed last year. course meal by' making use of the|i 1 '
Six invasion barges used .
marketing reports and information One ,hunting lodge manager in canned foods she should shortly find actually ,
in the D-Day in
landings
On Friday, November 30, at 8:15 I than in the past, and would be Florida's goose hunting center between (Continued on Page 3)) Europe,
passed through the Cross
State
p. m., the Clewiston Tiger Cubs, in better position to aid the farmerin the Aucilla and Ocklocknee on grocery shelves. -
those boys who have practiced the legislative halls at Wash- rivers, reported 75 Canadian ring- Waterway Monday and were docked
all// Among the new foods he listed here Monday night while a good
season without seeing much ington. neck
geese killed already bv_ hunting-------"" are such items as canned hamburgers -. part of Uncle Sam's Navy visited in
service, will'play the Miami Shores I Congressman Joe Hendricks explained parties. I canned bacon seafood cocktailsand Moore Haven.

Scorpions on the home field. Be the progress made on the bill salads in cans, as well as a long The barges came through from i

Sure boys to be present and support these I authorizing the payments of Med- With Peace Civilians list of meats new to a can, among Fort Myers ''and were headed eastward -

by your presence at THEIR. Fly claims and enlisted the aid of all them chicken stew with dumplings, destination unknown.
game. I Farm Bureau affiliates to help put Can Anticipate .New i

the measure through Congress.
WARREN BROWN CELEBRATED John Ford in a report to the con- Canned Foods SoonNow

SIXTH BIRTHDAY MONDAY vention explained that steady pro-

gress had been maintained during KECK '
D. ,
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Warren Brown that the postwar has become a
celebrated his sixth the past year and that membershipin : era -
birthday by' having a the a reality with' the downfall of '.
party at the county bureaus had increased.He A. I. A. Architect
conclusion of classes for, his school- urged further work by the indi Japan, citizens ,of Hendry county can

mates in the first grad.. viduals in the county groups in i look forward to dramatic develop- ,

His mother, Mrs. G. H. Brown, assisted securing memberships and called for ments in canned foods, many of OFFICE ,. .__- -

by Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot and I an ultimate enrollment of 12,000 in which were first packaged for the Stuart Florida Krueger Bldg. 'H--- -,
:Mrs. Marjorie Rockwell, first grade the state. armed forces,. according to W. C. .!
teacher I J
served individual decorated
cakes New directors elected in the finalday's Mid :'::!t'i : ,
and fruit "
juice to the little .
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guests. Entertainment session were J. C. Morton, : ;:; ,,!

a story hour and a bubble consisted blowing of I il Waverlyr; Loring Raoul, Sarasota; Palm Beach, Florida "

contest. Drew Blanton Live Oak; M. M. Bry- To Direct State .' 1:.
"I! ant, Gainesville; Geo. W. Munroe, ,
,. 229 Sunrise Ave. P. O. Box 425
Boom Quincy; J. T. Gaunt, Ochopee; Hen- March of Dimes
In
Building Thurston -
ry Sanford; John Tiedtke,
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Phone 21988 J
Lots Clewiston; and Cushman Radebaughof
Announced
By Orlando. Mrs. E. W. Lins, Dade
Palm Beach Office In Charge of Mr. Konrad M. Keck.
Clewiston County,' will head the bureau's social
Realty
I I and educational department. Igou NOW IS THE TIME FOR POST-WAR PLANNING .

The Clewiston-Realty Corporation, I,I and Ford will attend the' national

through its convention in Chicago scheduled for .....,. ............. ..
president, W. C. Owea, A./r' """' : ;- "1o.lP-.r 7
December.
announces this week the sale of a i\ n f'i''} ff; .
number of business and residential w..r.n.Jr.NNNNN

lots during the past week.C. Thanksgiving Day
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purchase of lots 25 and 26 in block Celebrated QuietlyThere :

356 at the corner of Central and Ven- ;i iG.E

tura across from the Baptist Churchon was little to indicate that ANEW ,
which he expects to begin Immediate -
.the observance of Thanksgiving in..
block construction, of a concret I J I Clewiston was any different in

building designed as a resi- I I this first year of peace than it has r

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is probable that many local citizens,

their sons, brothers and husbands ,
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back home safely after the years of {:hyf '
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war realize that there is a difference.
All places of business were closed Now On Display' :':
Lieut. Commander Charles A. Mills ,
either all day or a portion of the day .
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and stores: remained open Wednes Lieutenant Commander Charles '< \

day afternoon when they regularly A. Mills of Miami has been named WE ARE ALSO NOW IN POSITION TO INSTALL BOTTLED ::"
r observe a half-day closing. School Florida State Chairman of the 1946
closed Wednesday at noon for the remainder March of Dimes to be conducted GAS SPACE HEATERS AND WATER HEATERS x J'.:

of the week. January 14-31 by the National Foundation
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for Infantile Paralysis, Basil, '
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Hunting season had opened on O'Connor, president of the Foundation We wish to express our appreciation for : :

I Tuesday and while no definite report announced. .
. has been received it is quite probable 'Commander Mills has seen more the splendid patronage we have enjoyed ;j

tI that turkey many with the families festive, 'enjoyed Thanksgivingmeal. wild In than the a United quarter States century Navy.of He service saw during the two months since our opening :.,:i

during twenty-three World months War I.of He active was duty retired despite the shortage of much merchandise. .:. ;i '

in 1930.

; Carnival In LaBelle For the past 10 years Commander Our permanent location is still pending but we expect to an- ;: ':
I Mills has been vice president for ,

IE i Sponsored By Legion Florida chairman of of the Navy Navy Day League programs, and nounce that location by December. .. .\,(,

for the State. In 1941, he originated ''1
. VISIT OUR TEMPORARY DISPLAY ROOM IN THE
American Legion Post No. 30 of and organized the Inventors'' Re- :.
LaBelle is sponsoring a carnival to view and Research Committee and HAY BUILDINGAlderman ,,J,1

be presented by the Florida Amuse- headed and a committee subversive to expose rumors .<'.

ment Company of Sarasota beginningnext in Miami. propaganda

BENDIX Monday, November 26 and running In accepting the March of Dimes '
through the entire week. chairmanship Commander Mills & :I
Wright
The company states that it will said:

automatic present clean moral shows, ride?" "In our state alone during the
t I' which will be enjoyed by young and first nine months of this year, 91

Home old and will put on a fireworks dis cases of infantile paralysis were Furniture .
icported.
LaundryROYAL'S each Fortunately, through the Company :
play evening. Cash prizes will generous contributions of the <

also be given every night. American people to the March of j .,
Inc. Among the shows is featured the Dimes, it is possible for the fight .t'!
Dan Riley Animal i Show :with. the Against this disease to be continu- I -,, :
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