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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 30, 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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I QUARTERBACK .CLUB 1 Leonard To ReturnAs I FIRST COMMERCIAL I John ,Harrington Dies, DRAINAGE HEADS

Golf Pro HereBob At Port MayaccaJohn

It ORGANIZED MONDAY STARCH MADE IN SIGN AGREEMENT FORDISTONREFUNDING
: Ruet, who has been in chargeof S. Harrington, head of the

the Clewiston Golf Course since Eastern Division mechanical; department
l t,' NIGHT; 65 MEMBERS the closing of Riddle Field an- TESTS SATURDAYThe of the United States Sugar

nounces this week. that Everett Leon Corporation at Azucar for the past

F ard, golf professional who has beenat I many years, died suddenly at his _
:If::' Larry Walden was elected president the Clewiston course during the I first commercial quality home at Port Mayacca Thursday. The supervisors of Diston Island

,1 1 :" ; Carl H. Berner,. vice-president; winter months for several years, will ,' starch was put through the starch Death was attributed to a heart at- Drainage District met last Friday i
i Ed Ward, secretary, and V. C. Woodward return here next Friday and will be plant here last Saturday on a test night at the Clewiston Inn with A. B.
tack.Mr.
I "' treasurer of the Quarterback I in charge of the course during the I' and training run but officials pointed 'Harrington was well-known in Morrison of Miami and his attorney,

!; ', Club at its organization meeting on winter.' out that it was only on a test and Clewiston and was active In social, R. E. Kurtz of Fort Myers, and' sign-'
,, Monday night of this week at the Mr. Ruet expects to take a brief did not mean that' production had i fraternal and church activities in ed an agreement which permits Mr.

I Civic Center. vacation, returning here shortly begun. Pahokee and Canal Point. He was a Morrison to act as negotiator for a
'', These officers were elected by ''aboard after the first of the year to serveas Clarence R. Bitting, president of member of the Pahokee Masonic proposed refunding of the district's

"j' of directors which had been assistant to Mr. Leonard. the U. S. Sugar Corporation, stated Lodge, a member of the Eastern Star indebtedness.

LI f:" previously named by 'the group of;, The course is now in excellent condition that the tests would continue until chapter of that city and was a mem- Terms of the agreement were

I some fifty-five members attending I! Mr. Ruet says, for winter "the crew knows all of the operations ber of the board of stewards of the quickly agreed upon and the papers

" "" the meeting. In addition to these plan., intimately and the machinery is Methodist Church. were signed by all three of the trus- .

I j four officers the board of directors The winter schedule will includea purring like a kitten." I. Survivors include his wife, one tees, R, Y. Patterson, J. E. Friersonand
f : ,consists of Coach O. H. Skewes, E. E. I City Championship tournament and Mr. Bitting would make no state- daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Cooksey of C. E. Miner. s

k :Kelly, Hub Spooner, W. N. Martin, inter-city matches with Belle Gladeas ment as to when ,he thought com- Monticello; two sons, Lt. John S. Under the terms of the agreement f.

S. L. Crochet, Quentin Evans andJ. well as various,other events which mercial production would be started Harrington, Jr., with the Army; Air theA., B. Morrison company will have
E. Beardsley.A will be scheduled from time' to time. but it is'believed that it will be after Forces in Europe and Donald E. I I 120 days in' which to get the approval -

set of by-laws, patterned after Three new members have recently the first of the year. Harrington: U. S. Navy, San Fran- of holders of a majority of

those used by the Belle Glade club been added at the club, Mr. and cisco; his mother, Mrs. B. P. Har- the bonds of the district and a year

were read by the committee and Mrs. Arnold Swayne and Roberts rington, of Morven, Ga., two sisters in which to secure the approval of
,
were adopted as read. Clay, all newcomers to 'Clewiston. TIGERS WIN SEASON and three brothers.IMPRISONMENT. 166 2/3 per cent of the bondholders
The initiation fee into the club is I which is necessary for filing a petition ,

'; $3.00 and the dues are $6.00 per of bankruptcy under the ,Municipal 4

; -year.} Anyone, either man or woman, FINAL FROM MOORE VICTIM -JAPANESE Bankruptcy act. However,
who has either finished high school MEAT BUTTER FATS Mr. Morrison is very hopeful of obtaining
: nor is over eighteen of is this.
years age approval in a much less
eligible for membership. HAVEN LAST NIGHTA HERE time which will permit going ahead
: '
:, AND OILS NO LONGERON
Membership cards will be distributed with the refunding plan.

soon to all club members. In addition -
The
', to the fifty-five present at Mon- RATION LISTINGThe fourth period touchdown which TO VISIT FRIENDSChief now amounts indebtedness to approximately of the district$445-

days meeting there are ,quite a numb- was'set-up by a Moore Haven fumblewas 000. This amount will be replaced
er who have joined who were unable the margin of victory 'for the '
with new bonds with a callable, fea-
w to be present. I public may now purchase Clewiston Tigers over a fighting Petty Officer Henry Mans- ture, dated January 1, 1946' 'and

The goal of the club is 200 members meats, butter, fats and oils without Moore Haven Terrier team at Moore field Stalls, a resident of Moore drawing four per cent interest, at a

and there are now sixty-five on having ,to hand over ration coupons. Haven last night, the Tigers bringing Haven when he enlisted in the U. S. rate of, 65 per cent of the present in-

the registration, book. The, purpose These foods, including canned fish, home a 12 to 7 victory. Navy dn 1929 but who had workedin debtedness.

':' of the club is to give moral and went off the rationed list last Fridayat Features of the game were the I Clewiston for the three years I Although landowners: had hoped

'1.,.:" :financial support to the athletic midnight by order of the OPA. ninety-yard punt return of -Curtis from 1926 to 1929 returned here I for a more generous refunding offer
'
} ,teams'of the Clewiston school and With the supply of sugar still Pullen in the first quarter which setup last Sunday to visit, Mrs. H. C.Avant they recently agreed to the Morrison
to put athletics here with ,
p 'those the .on a par short, however, this important item the first Clewiston score and the ''I during a portion of the ninetydayleave proposal and authorized the super-
of larger schools in the
F fifty-yard touchdown run In the which has been given him to visors to go ahead with the refunding -
food be rationedfor
of continue to
t. _, area. Anyone desiring ,to participate may
;
recover from the effects of three plan. In addition to thana
closing seconds of the game by Ad- more
months to while the
come
t. in many
this do
; program may so, by contacting -
; imprisonment the Japanese. ne-third'saving which refund-
kins of Moore Haven. He also made years by the
non-food item tires
l t come
:; of the above-named directors only may I
: any Stalls boarded at the Avant Boarding ing in the total debt the
off the ration list shortly after the I he conversion good to give the Ter- gives super-
first of the year, government authorities -Iriers I their seven-point score. House while working in Clewis- visors feel than an additional saving
ton so many years ago and said thathe will be forthcoming through the low- ,
said recently. Clewiston took the kick-off on
,Poems Read At knew no better place where he er interest rate and the callable
Meats, fats and oils were firsts ra- their own ten-jard line and ,carried '
could to rest and forget the feature of the bonds. A lower tax
:Kiwanis Club tioned March 29, 1943. OPA requests the length of, the field 'on straight cone
terrible experiences he had while in rate, already effective, will be ade-
football
merchants to surrender red only to, lose the ball on
I the hands of the ,Jap quate it. is believed, to finance the
,
K to rJ1.a to ration banks before\ Dec ownson[ the .Terrier elev n.rith E
D. CLHancuiJr:. !::. -president-elect: of : :- newbondfj.. .. -.'> .. '.' r
12hed''stamps may be'destroyed.Tigers : Adkins and Moore carrying' forJ.the He enlisted in ,the Navy on"September ,-* -
the Kiwanis Club, was in charge of I Terriers' they made two first downs 2, 1929 and after four t"

'. the program for the Wednesday' and were then compelled to punt, months of training at Norfolk, Va., Garden 'Club Meeting
night,, meeting and read a\group of Lose To Adkins sending a beautiful spiral to was assigned to the USS Chaumont,

humorous and satirical poems which St. Peter & PaulIn Pullen who was standing on his own a naval transport,' and sailed for the: Held Thurs. !Afternoon

were much enjoyed by. the group of I ten. Pullen tucked the ball under China Sea on August 5, 1930. He

members attending. Orange Bowl 1 his arm and like a streak of lightheaded was later assigned to the USS' Jason. I The November meeting of the i
A letter was also read from F. Elgin aircraft carrier of the Pacific
down an
the
north side-lines,
Clewiston Garden Club held at '
;: Bayless, chairman of the State! breaking into the clear and headingfor Fleet and 'in 1932 went aboard the the Thursdav afternoon.was I"'II
,Road Department, promising' to keep i A combination of new uniforms, the Terrier goal. Brannon of sub-tender USS Canopus to cruise ,Library .
Mrs. G. B. R straw
in mind the request of"the club that I the Orange Bowl, Thanksgiving holi- Moore Haven' caught him on the : all over the South Pacific. In December talk c{ identification gave an
interesting plant -
the highway through town be ,completed | days 'and a superior opponent was four-yard line but on the first play of 1941 he was aboard ,the on \
I and nomenclature and Mrs. J.E. !
as soon as possible.' The project given by Coach 0., H. Skewes as the McLeod carried through for the first I USS Pigeon, sub-rescue ship at the the ji l j
Beardsley
he said, is on the list approved reasons- for the Clewiston Tigers': score. The try for conversion failed Cavite Naval Yard when the Japs Sixth District gave meeting a report held on in ;!'t1

for' work in the future. 34-0 defeat at the hands of a St. and 'the Tigers led 6-0. came over on a bombing raid and his Se'I
November 15 which attended i'
bring was !
on
a. The club has gone on record as Peter and Paul team in the Orange The remainder of the first half ship was hit. The Nips almost got by Mrs Beardsley, Mrs. Rack- ,

favoring the completion of the street Bowl last Saturday night. was played on equal terms with the him Bataan but he swam' theseven straw and Mrs. U: T. Rocs ij'
either as a two-way drive as planned The Panthers scored on the opening ball staying close to mid-field with miles to Corregidor and 'escaped for
: ,, or as a single wide street. I kick-off with a ninety-yard runback : backs from both teams making some the 'moment only to fall into their Reports of the various committees.> f jj!

; of the kick. They scored in nice runs. The second half was alsoa I hands when the Rock surrenderedon were given. i)

'Two Homes Sold By each quarter of the game and the hard struggle between these two I[. May 6, 1942. He was first imprisoned Mrs. C. M. Pirkle gave a. talk on Ii

\ Tigers never seriously threatened well-matched teams until a Clewiston in the Philippines and then "Contributions to Our Gardens from !

Beardsley Agency the, Panther goaHine. punt from mid-field was downed by taken to Formosa. :From there he Asia." :" W

I* .I 428 chilled customers watched, the Heflin, a few: short yards from the was taken to 'Kobe, Japan and was The'December meeting will be on i rH

The Beardsley Real, Estate office game in the big stadium. Terrier goal. On the first attempt at Nogaya when the war ended and December 20 at ,the Library with'' ii,!,
reports the sale of two Clewiston to carry the ball out there was a he was released on September 7 of Mrs. F. D. Duff 'in charge of the pro- ( r.

: 'homes this :week. fumble by Moore Haven and ClewIs- this year. He was brought to the gram. She is asking members 'to ,
Senior Dance Has Been
The Albert C. Lyons home in ton recovered on the Teifrier four- States by plane, landing at Oakland, pay particular attention to Christ i"11f1

, Circle Drive was sold to Mr. and Mrs. Postponed IndefinitelyThe yard stripe. Even then the stubborn 1 i Calif., on September 12. After a mas decorations- and will give first i i'
Ii :: Clarence O. Benbow. Terriers held for three downs and couple of weeks in a hospital- there and second prizes for 'the best mantiepieee !' ,

The C. H. Neely home on South,,Atlantic McLeod :carried ,over on the fourth' he was transferred to Jacksonvilleon and centerpiece decorations : :
\\ :, was sold to Mr. and Mrs. J. Senior ,Class dance which had ; attempt to make the score 12 to 0in September 24. His 'ninety-day brought to the meeting The hostesses I I

l, ,', H. Walker. been scheduled for tomorrow (Satur- favor of the Tigers. leave began on October 27 and aftera ; are planning a tea for that i I"
1 day) evening at Sugarland Park Still the fighting Terriers refusedto visit with his father in Mont- ,afternoon. I .

' .. 'Fire Does Slight' Auditorium, has been postponed Indefinitely give up. Adkins took the gomery, Ala., and with other rela- Hostesses for ,Thursday's meeting '
through inability to secure ton, kick-off and ran it ClewiS-I[ tives in ,Tampa he came on to Clew;: were Mrs. W H.. Lanier, Mrs. J. H. 'I''::1

'Damage On Friday the orchestra which had been Tiger territory. A spread iston and will report back to Jacksonville Doty, Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mrs. J. F. :t'I,

hired for the occasion carried for a few yards but failed on on January ,22. Tippey and Mrs. R. C. Nowling, and '

The Morrison Field Orchestra 'had the second attempt, a pass was batted He has been reluctant to talk of they served refreshments to members
The Fire Department was called been engaged but because, of the (Continued on Page 8) his experiences while held by the Mrs; J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. G. H.

I : "' last Friday afternoon to the home of transfer of so ,many members during Japs but did say that nothing we at Brown, Mrs. J. Paul Bartz, Mrs. F; ;
Juan Hernandez in
, Sugarland Park the past few weeks the organizationwas Servicemen GuestsAt home read of their brutality was in Deane Duff, Mrs E, E. Kelly, Mrs. '
where fire had been
a started from
', broken up and a call was received I the least over-drawn. He said that U. T. Koch, Mrs.. N. V. S. Mumford,
i a kerosene hot water heater. The from them Tuesday that they Fellowship Dinner : he was convinced that the human Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. C. M. Pirkie,
: fire was almost extinguished by would be unable to play.' body could survive indefinitely on Mrs. Gene Powers, Mrs. G. B. Rack- !
:' neighbors bfore the arrival of then '
"' scant food and could survive moreContinued straw, Mrs. V. A. Reames, Mrs.
:. fire truck. Damage 'was estimated Returned servicemen were special
I TREATED FOR BURNS I Joseph Robbins, Mrs. J. K. Rogers,
,, \ at $100., guests of the Men's Fellowship Unionof ( on Page 8)
Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. R. C. Wil-
the Clewiston Community Churchat [
i'' ,, Mrs. J. S. Haven ,received painful, son _and Mrs. F. M. Mooney. Visitors
ROADS ARE SURFACED their regular monthly dinner at
though not serious burns last Fri- I Junior Martinez Is I were Mrs. F. R. ,Maxwell, Mrs Lloyd
AT GOVERNMENT the Center
i tl I LOCKS \ Community Tuesday even- .
when her Kelly and Martha Jean Nowling.
day clothing caught fire in ,'Named I
Mr.
-', Charge, U. S. Engineer Suboffice, an open fire-place at her home in man of the Fellowship Union for 'the COUSIN KILLED IN WRECKMrs. : .-
I Clewiston, announced today the completion South Clewiston. She smothered the Clewiston
next six months and A. W. Slas was a meeting of the
of contract for 'rehabilitation ; flames out but not quick enough to named as secretary. High School football team on Tues- Juanita Langford Harn, a

of roads, and parking areas on the prevent burns and she was broughtinto About' fourteen of the fiftyfourmen day afternoon of, last week Junior cousin of V. A. Reames of Clewiston, band
Ortona and Moore Haven Locksite the Clewiston Hospital for in attendance were servicemen Martinez was selected as their cap- : a resident of Wauchula, was killed -

Reservations, as pertaining to the emergency treatment. and some nice talks were made by tain and Frank Conkling as co-cap- I a week ago last Sunday in a car a

Caloosahatchee Canal, a feature of i them. No special program was plan- tain and acted in these capacities crash southeast of Arcadia. A tire
the Okeechobee Project. GIRL SCOUT COMMITTEEThe : I ned but all service men were givenan during the final two games, that ': on the car in which she and her husband -

The work was performed by the I opportunity to talk on their ex- with St. Peter and Paul last week In I' were driving blew out and the
'
Cone Brothers Construction Com- Girl Scout sponsoring committee periences.A hte Orange Bowl and against Moore car overturned. Although injured,

pany, of Tampa, under government with leaders and assistant.,lead- fine dinner was served by a com- Haven last night. her husband' after she lost,consciousness -
contract; starting November 8 and ers, are urged to attend a meeting at mittee from the Woman's Associa- Previously this season two boys walked e'ight miles for help, i
completed November 24, at an approximat'e the home of Mrs. G. N. Pitzen Mon- tion under the chairmanship of Mrs. have been selected for each game to but found his wife dead on his return -

cost of 8000. day evening at 8:15.: Joseph Robbins. I act as captain and co-captain. :


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TWO THE CLEAVISTOX NEWS FRIDAY, XOVEMRKK 30, 1045
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QUOTES and excess profit tax.-Return due Hunter Lynde, executive director of I In the construction of inland water
I Church Of God
and one-fourth of tax payable from the allied group, who said that Mr. I ways surveys, along the chosen routes
OF THE WEEK"It fiscal year ended September 30th, Ransburg will have charge of a sepa- of streams to be utilized are vital in Rev R. JR.: Holland, Pastor r,
1945. One-fourth of tax payable for rate office now being established in I( preliminary phases of construction. Sunday, Xov. 25, 1045 '
calendar year 1944 and for fiscal Tallahassee especially to service the Many locations are inacc .ssabJe by
cries'like a baby, leaps 20 years ended March 31st and June Florida state account.A roads and long trips by boat would ) Sunday School .,- .. 10:00: a. m.
fost high, and steals chickens." 30th, 1945'Personal graduate of Evanston, Ill., High be necessary. Not so when the "Wa- Preaching . . . 11:00 a. m.
Pottstown,Pa.,residents describing income tax-Returns due School, Mr. Ransburg later attended ter Buffalo" is used. It can pass Evangelist Service .. 7:00 p. m,
"mystery beast" in suburbs. and tax payable for fiscal year ended Fenn, College, Cleveland, 0., wherehe over the roughest ground and swam- Prayer Meeting Tuesday. 7:15 p. m. :5:
September 30th, 1945. studied business and industrial' py areas. Y. P. E. Thursday,.. .. 7:15 p. m. _. ,!'
Nonresidents-Income tax returnsof management, sales and advertising. Experiments with the LVT were L. W. W. B. Friday 3:00 p. m. :. '.
i "We use our potatoes for barrase aliens, foreign partnerships and His experience in advertising and made by the engineering office with Each of you have a special invita- ',;"':
balloons."-Gov. Hildreth, corporations due and one-fourth of sales management work covers more the cooperation of the engineering tion to attend one, and all of these '
to tax payable for fiscal year ended than a decade and he has lived in board' field station at Vero Beach services.
a
Maine. "We ship ours one
,.; fiit ca-Gov. Gossett, Idaho, June 30th, 1945. One-fourth of tax Florida for the past eight' years. and with an amphibious vehicle borrowed -
calendar 1944 and Mr. Rasnsburg's business {affiliations from
payable for year the Navy. The craft is
: in debate on spud magnitude. for fiscal years ended September30th have included such postiions as 26 feet, one inch in length, 10 feet, First Methodist Church

1944 and March 31st, 1945. manager of student sales promotion: eight inches ,wide and eight feet, two Sunday, Nov. 25, 1945
Partnerships Returns due for merchandising, advertising and publicity inches high. It weighs '28,200 with-

"It's too expensive and too fiscal years ended September 30th, for Carson Pirie Scott & Com- out cargo and has a normal capacityof Church School . . 7:15 a. m.
fancy.-Los Angeles judge. 1945. pnay, Chicago; an executive in the 5,800 pounds and a maximum of Regular Worship . 7:45 a. m.
prohibiting purchase of $40,000 Fiduciaries-Returns due and one- circulation department of Macfaddenand 7,800 'pounds with core drilling Services being -
are held temporarily
", house for film actress Peg{j Ann fourth of tax payable for fiscal year Curtis Publications, Cleveland, equipment aboard. in the Clewiston Community

Garner, 13."Passage. ended September 30th, 1945. One- O.; research, sales, merchandisingand 7-Cylinder Engine Church. All Methodists and friends
fourth' of tax payable for calendar advertising expert with Fearn ..
Powered with of Methodism are to attend
a seven cylinder urged
1944 and for fiscal years ended Laboratories, Inc.:, Chicago; a methods -
of the (Fall Employ- year technical advisor radial engine the craft can make 14 and help in the erection of the new
March 31st and June 30th, 1945. engineer and
meat) bill would mean accep- with the Addressograph Multigraph miles an hour over soft ground and Sanctuary.
of the principle of a State- Exempt corporationsInformationreturn and 31 miles an hour over hard level
tance certain I Corporation, Cleveland, 0., co-
form 990 due from First Church '
managed economy.-F.A.Kors- on with accounting ordinator and manager for the Polk ground. In the water it has a speedof Baptist

meyer, financial writer. periods exempt corporations ended July 31st, 1945. I County ,Manufacturers, ,Inc., at Bar- six and one-half miles per hour.In Sunday, Nov. 25, 1945
taxes-Re- I tow, Fla., where he organized a poolof addition to using LVT's the
December 31st-Excise due and \130 manufacturers for the purpose Jacksonville district engineer's office Sunday School .. . 9:45 a. m.
"No system of government is turns for November 1945 of soliciting and fulfilling contracts plans on putting walkietalkieradios Morning Worship . 11:00 a. m.

going to work unless the people tax payable.JOHN H. MALOY,JR. for the production of essentialwar parties and to work mine detecting with surveying devicesfor I Training Union .--. 6:15 p. m.
do..'-The Holt'Mich.( .) Re- materials.Mr. .
corder. Federal Tax Consultant, Ransburg also served for some locating- wrecks at the bottom of Evening Worship . : 7;30 p. m.ASSEMBLY '
executive for i streams.All .
Contributing Editor. time as an account
Grant Advertising, Inc., Chicago, andas use of such equipment is still OF GOD
"It would be a dull world if Miamian To Be State advertising manager of Communi- in the experimental stage, Colonel South Clewiston
we were all alik ."British' cations Company, Inc., Coral Gables. Jones said, but it is believed that Rev. W. H. Magee, Pastor "
Prime Minister Aitlee,' address- Advertising Executive ( The Florida State Advertising Commission much military equipment may be I
ing Congress. awarded the state's advertising used in future construction work by Sunday school, 10:00 a. m.
For Allied Agencies account to the Allied Agencieson Army engineers, the veteran Army Morning Worship, 11:00 a. m.
November 3. The allied group is engineer declared. Children's Church, 6:30 'p. m.
composed of Robert E. Clarke & As- Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m.
: Jacksonville, No. 00 -(Special)-
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Your Federal Tax Don Byron Ransburg, of 2376 S. W. sociates, Miami; Griffith Advertising Community Church You are cordially invited to wor- .
E.
: 26th Lane, Miami, has been apPointed Agency, St. Petersburg; R. ship ,with us.
i Calendar account executive of the Allied McCarthy Advertising Agency, Tam- David C. Hancock, Minister
Newman, Lynde & Associ- Sunday, December 2, 1945
Agencies of Florida, a group of four pa, and ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC
December 10th-Withholding Tax Florida advertising agencies which ates, Jacksonville.Mr. of Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Classesfor CHURCHFr.
-Tax withheld from wages during are servicing the state's million dol- Roy C. Beckman is director all ages.Morning Peter J. Reilly, Pastor
November 1945, if more than $100, lar advertising and promotion cam- the state advertising program. Worship 11:00 a. m. Mass Clewiston:00 a. m.. _
payable to an authorized depository. paign. A nursery' for small children is con- Mass, Pahokee-11:00 a. m.
ducted by the Mothers' Club at
December 15th-Corporate income This was announced yesterday by Turn I
Engineers / the Community Center. ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL
r -- "What Is God Like?" is the themeof

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I 'Pursuits Westminster Fellowship at 6:00 Services every Sunday at 8:30a.
P. m. m., at Clewiston Community

Housewives! I The weapons America used so effectively You are cordially invited to worship Church.THE
in winning the war are being with us. REV. S. D. ,MASON
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,put to practical peacetime use by mow. -
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Ready Laundered 'Dish Towels of this .district' under Col. A. B.

I Jones, district engineer.At .
PACKAGE OF SIX'FORIO"LY| : i present engineers 'are using BECK MOTO'RSJ

or' I .LVT's amphibious landing vehicles
,' '
:
;: -' .) in experiments which are proving
'$1.25 '", s.j'l'' ',, I highly) successful for surveying; the T -.Plymouth Agency 4 ,' .
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," bottom of'streams in the semi-tropic
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al areas through which inland water- Hand.
Get Yours While the Supply Lasts I ways now pass and areas which will I Large Stock or Parts Now On

I be later developed for inland water

CLEWISTON DRY GOODS CO., Inc. transportation.The New cars will be available soon. Get your name on
Army used LVT's, so called
AV. x. MARTIN, ; Mgr. "Water Buffalos," in many .successful our list at once

beach assaults. They also playedan

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Germany, crossing Completed
Enter at Any Spot

With the "Water Buffalo an en-
....... George Beck Owner & Manager
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FRIDAY.. NOVEMBER ,40, UH5 THE CLEWISTON)( NEWS' PAGE THREE j jI
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!' bedbugs, flies, silver fish, moths and |[that a certain county was chosen GULF COAST HIGHWAYTO E

some roaches, as well as the generalrun Indicates\ that it has a high rate of GET ANOTHER LINKClearwaterFNSWork

: of mosquitoes for at least threeor %the malaria carrying Insects. ( ) is expected -
four months.So The to begin on the constructionof
I new program will not be quite
I 'r
far as mosquitoes are concerned ''so inclusive as the trial balloon ef- another link of the Gulf Coast

r ;. ,'i.' ..... ,however, Mulrennan emphasizedthat I'fort. For in order to expand the' pro- 'Highway from Tarpon Springs southto
I'iI there are a number of speciesof 'grarn to 26 counties, it will be neces- Mecca, east of Dunedin.
I NE FIRST AUTO$ the insect,' all of which are a nuis- feary to confine operations to those
'. GEAR ance, but that it is only the ano- (sections of the counties having a
-- HAD I-tIFT - -
I 1 z lE VER ON 1'tIE i tiI ij pheles which carries malaria. It is moderate to high' density of Anopheles -
j j OU7IDE.I this particular mosquito which is be- mosquitoes: "So," said -Mulren-
I I! ing gunned for in the DDT program. pan "if you don't get your house
11 I IOther mosquitoes which fall under \ prayed next summer, you will know CLEWISTONLOTS
J. I; ." ;".-. .. ;','. '.,the affects of the spray are inci- that you are living in an area that is
i '<::' dental. 'not considered dangerous from the

l j{ Also, he said that counties which ,standpoint of malaria transmission."
have not been picked for the expanded I
,
i =-= -- program next spring should not IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION P AID' IEiIiIII
/E
H-: ," LSARCyCRRS feel too badly, since the very fact DO IT NOW
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BUGGIES.... C175Tkk N SALES HAVE INCREASED

j 1 : .,....:I...",." .!-'_....... ,. I t1Er .OY' VERY, RAPIDLY' IN THE

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j ;',:, !: Until You Can Buy A'NEW PAST SIX MONTHS


: -.., CAR.Take : II!

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: VV |93OTHROU6H BETTER -TOOLS AND PVe- DO NOT LET THE ONE fi
: Good Care of Your '
,. EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS HAD BRQU6UT 70u. I
:1 I I! VOW PRICE TO ABOUT' r 800JN lOW PRO Dvcr'iS"S I YOU WANT GO TO
;1 ": IpFRCb s AND
1tleRfiI PRESENT CAR
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I III I,:'. _,., AUTO PI IYJOgsMFS SOMEONE ELSE
; ; 19"10PllN S : '. ) ."
: W INI Bring it to us regularly for IIIi1!
IN 90Re
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I ; -1ORe! OR7JOIJ ;WIll
, Rs CONV; .l} fly PROMPT EFFICIENT ECONOMICAL ', _,, Price Trend Is j
I I94Q,FOizlric 4ME PRICE, ,SIONRYSI I
,, ;- 'BU/ERS SOT A CAR GREATLy1MPROVEP ---- = 'UpwardbetterBUY
I I' ,:. IN PERFORMANCE AND -- I Care an Maintenance
:;- COMFORT I : i
I ii' I NOW iI
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24 Hour Wrecker Service Official AAA RepresentativeCHRSTAN n
is assured. It will
future program
r get under way about March 1, and a:9i51:
It Seems To Me
'
will be expanded to include at least CHEVROLET

i f 26 counties. CLEWISTON REALTY
( I Mulrennan stressed that the spraying -
r By II. Clark Bell HUB SPOONER, Mgr.
has but one -
program purpose
'. . it's time to cut out the frills to control malaria. However, there PHONE 87 Day 100 /site CLEWISTON, FLORIDA CORPORATIOLIf
II
'i'' in government spending and get down I
are many benefits being enjoyed by
r.- (( /
to liquidating a few of the debts
the, .householders-the elimination of tfi Th t 1 SJJt.:
f } j f3 IIIQ'JL'!
ES3
: we are at present staggering under .. H33 ESS a II.: ./
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and which will soon have us com- J ;'

pletely down. After the operational :f -----r ;" V
costs of this war have been paidwe
will have the staggering bill to
'
foot of $250 billion dollars-if not
more. That amounts to more than

$1,800 per person in the country. I II.
',' Where are we going to get that kind
:: of dough?' How long would it take

to collect above collection costs;

t' mind you;-$1,800 from every man,
woman and child in Glades :and Hen-
dry counties? And where would we
find the additional billions for cur-
!
,. lent expenses, during .the 'period, of I '1
t. collection. ? It is a blacK picture and
,,-", one that needs some drastic action.

Our senators and congressmen ap,
';, pear to be drunk with spending and
!. unable to retrench even in the most

t, c\.;;, apparent cases where money is still
... flowing at full tilt the treasury YES
from
when the need for spending is gone. and the Higher; it soars, the harder it falls!

,!. r . the Management-Labor con- That, in a nutshell, is the logic of inflation.

ference in Washington, called at the d .
'. invitation of the President, has gotten aA.f T as R Pay more than a thing is worth, just because it's
r' nowhere for the simple reasonLabor's
i is the only voice with power. I scarce, and it's going to cost more to produce ,'' ;

'., The labor unions have the power of
:::. unrestricted monoply-: and there can people
'I\ be a monoply of labor power -I
t which, in my opinion, 'should be subject -
vicious spiral begins. Wages and
:'I 1 to legal regulation just as much prices soar

i' ""'" as a monoply on oil or sugar or steel. I rworth; and higher until your day's pay is literally
. Political activity on. the part of
n unions is biased and by it's very nature less than a plugged nickel
" undemocratic. Millions of work-
t,' '- ers can be assessed ,millions of dol-I Then, inevitably, the bottom drops out' of the
'ti;:: lays to be spent by the union bosses I
i f without explanation or accountability whole thing wages, prices, and values explode :.

, iI f( which in the the furtherance ordinary worker of policies has over no and economic, political, end social ruin is the

:.. ,, control nor any voice instituting.. result. It happened in Germany after the last war.
; f." No union member can escape an assessment -
r: ,? arbitrarily placed on him It can happen here!

r by the big shots regardless of his
c, ::' personal convictions in the matter.I t Let's head off inflation before it gets started!'' .. b /,
I-0 I If he refuses, his membership card
.
I l J.r is taken away and, he has' lost the Let's not pay a per::y more than any article is
f.
right to work. and make a living for worth and let's all abide '
.. \ 1/' himself and family. by ceiling prices. ..

. ( And 'let's not buy a lot of stuff we don't really ,
: DDT To Be
, .'',. Used need. ,Let's wait until full reconversion brings us .' ,

:. To Combat Malaria our choice of nest improved, merchandise. the

; In Twenty-Six CountiesThe very best our money can buy. J CYr.y\;+A


\. State Board of Health's effort Lets keep our feet on the ground and our
I 1- last summer to spray the homes in '
,; ; ten chosen counties with the new ffifi a pocketbooks, tool

1 ;, DDT insecticide was such a, success >.*
: :,that an broader
even spraying pro-
t son.gram is planned for the coming sea-t This Message Published as a Public Service by


John A. Mulrennan, dir.ector' of
?' the Bureau of Malaria Control stated
.;' that it Is "practically impossible to
find a malaria carrying mosquito in I BELCHER .
a house which was sprayed with DDTin

', the ten counties covered, begin- l..:w
ning with Citrus and extending up
7 the Limestone belt to Jackson. '
/K ESTABLISHED 1915
The ten counties picked for the s
yvt' '
r' ex- "
yra' 3 MIAMI AND PORT EVERGLADES. FLORIDA
perimental spray job early this ,year
-r were decided upon because of their J h' to
former high rate of malaria and
their current population of the par-
[ ? ticular mosquito which carries the
disease. Because of the response and
cooperation of the communities, plus
obvious results of the campaign, the
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The Clewiston News ness.The bugs in this new. process are (..:..:++:++:++:..:..:..=":..:..:..:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:-: -:..:..:..:.- .. ;

not those that can be exterminatedwith 'r YOUR MERCHANT MARINEF J .

Published Friday In Clewis tog, DDT and it would seem that
every With '
[Florida DC. by the CLEWISTON NEWS, the company's course in getting rid ft F; re Trade -
of as many of them in advance is a

wise one.Despite.
Entered as second class mail matter labor and material short- Our ONE-TENTH OF OUR :
F bruary 1, 1927, at the Post Office In jL Boys '; I ,
CJ. wlston. Florida, under the Act of ages construction continues on some ';_ y 'I q PRODUCE) IS SOLD
6i.trch 3, 1897. business? buildings, in Clewiston. The a $ : ABROAD,BUT IN SOME

Beck Motors salesroom has, been vgt theService :,MAJOR. INDUSTRIES
CARR SETTLE Publisher virtually completed and its makes a in rln z., FOREIGN TRADE ACCOUNTS.
very attractive business place. Con- FOR FROM *5TD S3% ,
Subscription Hate-?.2.KO Per Year struction has already been startedon k .. OF ALL SALES.OUR.

tdvcrtlMlug<< Rntes On Application the machine shop in the rear of EXPORT TRADE MEANS

this sales room. The B. and B. build- S000,0OOAMERICAN JOBS

ing got away to a slow start but the }
Devoted to the advancement and welfare a 1
of Clewiston and Hendry County walls are going tIp rapidly and chang- r 4

ing the appearance of that block con- 1;N r..:N N:N:N:M;N:N:N N:N:..:..:..:N++:04- siderably. The Williams store room .
;
south of Mack's Drug Store Is also Saseboko, Japan,
NATIONAL EDI1 ORIALSSOCiAT'ION- taking shape and even the H. E. Thursday, Nov. 8. wi.. xa

Walker home, built.under more diffi- Dear Sir:
culties than any other residence
from
I have been getting the News
heretofore constructed in Clewiston, \
is now approaching completion. The home quite regularly even though 300 ODD PRODUCTS FfcOM 56 FOREIGN COUNTRIES ARE USED IN
two"months behind and have
new schoolhouse has also been slow about has'beena MAKING AMERICAN AUTOMOBILES, 18 OUT OF THE 37 MOST ti
in building bait it is almost com- enjoyed it immensely. It IMPORTANT MATERIALS IN TWE TELEPHONE COME FROM ABROAD >s .
Of news from every cornerof
On The HouseBy pleted now with the exception of the source
our county and has kept me up
floor and that shouldn't take too
D. C.: S. long. Probably classes will be able with the changes that are taking AMERICAN SHIPS ON OUR.TRADE ROUTES '' j-
I
in absence. But now am 11
place my
to assemble with the beginning of ,PROVIDE REASONABLE FREIG
recitation of our soon to be on my way home again
Last week our
'
school after the Christmas holidays. RATES REGULAR AND DIRECT "
cT : ,
woes attracted much attention but and would like to have the address .SERVICES AND INSURANCE I 'F ,
hereafter we'll try to refrain from changed to P. O. Box 453, Norfolk, AGAINST,DISCRIMINATION I-I '

such recitals. Knowing full well that .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: Va.I BY FOREIGN LINES 1
everyone in _business these days has I can't thank you enough for all
their own share of these same sort I: the patience you have shown when

of difficulties we can simply grin Remember When?--. you have so many changes of address
about it, do the best we can under to contend with.I s;%' k ti: THE AMERICAN FLA ...
By Frances Nail ; IN FOREIGN POrtS( '
it at
the circumstances and let go saw in the August 31 News that ; :<: ;MEANS PRESTIGE,,
wise-cracked
once
that that. it's Someone always darkest just before :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. "Terror.Saunders" was'on This ship the has been mine-layer in the :; > ADVERTISES PRODUCTS, STIMULATES OUR

the dawn so we'll just keep looking bay here with us about a month but ,:, ,; 600D WILL

for that first pink of morning. (Taken from the files of the until I got the News I didn't know

Clewiston News of November 30,. that he was aboard. So I hope to go fnformation caurffui ofA mgr/c/feir a n It IGnJa erK t I1y'C h.G4k ,, .

This week we can almost forgetour 1928). at once and give him a load of muck
ration books with the removal of talk. It sure will be nice to SOP
\ .
fats),, and meats from the ration list. It was Thanksgiving week and F. someone from home.I .

However, we'll have to hang on to Deane Duff, as general manager for was in Pearl Harbor, Ulithi,

heh to get sugar even if we do live the Clewiston Company had i issued a Enewotok, Leyte, Okinawa and we BERT Do KECI

j a n a spot where tons. of it are being Thanksgiving proclamation that was were the first Americans in the har .f-

"Manufactured and shipped out each centered on the front page. In this bor, coming in on the crest of a typhoon A. I. A. Architect
day. Guess this would be the right proclamation he pointed out that on the 11th of September andit "

to remark that if the Depart Clewiston had been singularly bless- wasn't until the 21st that Ad .. j, .

ment of Agriculture had been a little ed during the year that had passedin miral Hill came in with a part of OFFICE '

more far-sighted a few years ago we the phenomenal growth of the Task Force 58 that we saw any-
Stuart Florida
f wouldn't have this sugar shortage. community, the opening of the new thing big enough to. help us had wa Krueger Bldg.and .

That would do little good, however) sugar mill and the fact that the needed it. Thank goodness we didn't.

for in the same breath we might say community was by-passed by the I think if you have any of the

that had world diplomats been a hurricane of'September.F. home boys addresses it. would be nice

little more far-sighted the war L. Williamson, president of the to print a few each week and maybe Palm Beach, Florida
wouldn't have come and with it the a lot of us could get together
New River, Lake Okeechobee and even
resultant shortages. That's' water Caloosahatchee River Navigation half-way around the world. 229 Sunrise Ave. P.-0. Box 425

over the dam now but we can only 'Association was' in Washington 00 Thanking! you again for past favors
hope that a lesson 'has been learned confer with President- Coolidge-- re-I ''I am, Phone 21988 .

which will prevent, the repititibn, of lative to the taking over of the flood Elmer E. Montgomery, 'MoM. 1/c I
such a thing. control of the area by the federal U.: S. "S. Palawan. Palm Beach Office. In Charge of Mr. Konrad M. }{eck.

The daily papers are growing quite government and it was largely this We appreciate Mr. Montgomery'sletter NOW IS THE TIME FOR POST-WAR I'LAXNING H
enthusiastic about the, ending in the preliminary work which resulted in and regret that federal censor- I

very near future, of the rubber short- the control being taken over during ship prevented us printed men's ad..

age. They foresee, in fact, an enorm- the term of Mr. Coolidge's successor, dresses while the war was in pro i!

ous rubber surplus. But if your tires Herbert Hoover. gress. Now that it is over the boys

are wearing thin and you're having Nearly nineteen thousand trees, are moving about so rapidly that ,!
trouble getting replacements don't there is nothing certain about any I

start feeling too good as yet. Even ordered plants and from flowering a Sebring shrubs nursery were for address. But we'll do the best we ...................................................................-:-....................................................'..................N..N.N..N..N.N..N......N..1............................ I It t
though there may be a huge surplusof beautification of the city. can to keep up. "" i
rubber it has to be manufacturedinto *
A' meeting was called for the following -
tires and other. rubber goods Sandy Bell arrived the first of the
week to discuss the formationof
and the way strikes 'and labor disputes -: week in New York from Germany Harlem -
a Red Cross Chapter.
are slowing down all manufacture -i and expects to be at Camp Blandingfor I
There had ben a frost during the .
now it seems unlikely that a discharge about the first of the lI
week but most of the in the l
we're anywhere near out of the crops coming week. Betty is planning to
.
woods yet. Tires are'said to be few Clewiston area had escaped damage. leave Monday to meet him in Jack SwingmasterS

and far between now,and wholesalers Among the social items was a sonville. Sandy has been overseas

see little relief. We talked to a ser- dance and card party given by the more than two years and was stationed

vice station operator yesterday who Woman's Club and Mrs. J. F. Tippey for a long time in Italy. He,' was DANCE ORCHESTRA
said he had close to and Miss Frances Tippey were among then
a hundred approved transferred to France and later I
the hostesses. The J. E. Beardsleys
,
certificates into
and no tires. Germany. Now he returns home'
the W. C. Owens and Mrs. Claude ,
Probably his case is the rule rather with his military title discarded for
than the exception Downs were among the guests at an- the TUESDAY
so it would prob- plain civilian mister.
other bridge party. THURSDAYI
ably be a good idea to continue to ,

hold down speeds, keep your tires Connie Clark is another arrival I
well-inflated and rotated in order to MRS.CLUB CONKLING BRIDGE this week, having docked in New and SATURDAY nites
HOSTESS THIS WEEK
get the best possible York
wear. on Saturday. Connie was a
sergeant with a railroad in I
group '
Mrs. F. E. Conkling hostessto
was
The first starch was India and has been across for
put
throughthe many
her bridge club at her home on
new plant here last Saturday but months. His folks are expecting him
Wednesday afternoon of this
week.
company officials are careful to point The two first prize winners were home this week-end. La Mooreton Glub I

out that this does not mean, in any- Mrs. Otto Larsen and Mrs. C. L. Mc- *" I
sense of the Art Lawrence
word arrived
that starch manu- on Thanks- Ii
.,, ._-- Lendon. Second high winners were i
iacuuie on a commercial scale has Mrs. R. 'c. Wilson -and Mrs. C. giving from California and 'has also '10 Miles West of Clewiston
yet started. This was a test run, Johnson. E.j put a long period of service as a j ji


the one of past many few that weeks have and been these made tests In coffee Molded were fruit served salad by, hot Mrs. rolls Conklingto and I Navy understood mailman that Art behind will him.return It td i is ........................-.................................................................................................................................................................................. r "
will be continued work in the
Mr> Bitting says, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. G. B. post-office about the
"until every member of first of the year.
the
plant starch Thomas, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. C. .J.I .
crew knows the *
operations inti- Neilsen, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. J.
mately and the machinery is purring E. W/O Campbell Nail and Frances
Beardsley, Mrs. N. V. s. Mumford.
like "
a kitten. This may take several Mrs. H.. R. Hall, Mrs. F. Deane Duff. returned to Clewiston last Sunday

Hot more weeks but real production will Mrs. Larsen, Mrs. McLendon, Mrs. after Campbell had been given his FOR THE

be started until all is in read Wilson and Miss Johnson. civilian status at the Jacksonville
Navy Base on Friday.

-" .11. .:.: .-1 -. --i l .S 1/c Perry*Sizemore% returned to BEST IN FOODS J :

Clewiston as a civilian this week !
after a couple of years in Navy ser- l

JUICY STEAKS vice. Try' A, Complete Dinner At t. i .


Coburn Moore, until recently a

captain in the Army Air Forces, ar-
OYSTERS
FROG LEGS rived Home Monday for a visit with THE CANEBRAKE : ;

his mother, Mrs. J. W. Moore from

Muroc, Calif. Accompanying him was .
FRIED CHICKENOPEN Mrs.. Moore
who has also just re- ,
ceived her discharge as an Army i $1.25 and Up :

nurse. ,
5 A. *. % ) "
M. TO... 12 P. M. .
Sgt. Leon C. Jackson returned home Luncheon Hour J 12 noon to 2 p. m. '.

SEVEN DAYS Thursday morning after receiving ..
.. .A WEEK his discharge on Wednesday at Camp Dinner From 6 to 9 p. m. :

Blanding. He has 28 months in the, Short Orders 9 1 1:30 J
China-Burma-India theater, over a to p. m. r

EDDIE'S CAFE ;year of which time was spent in ;
China. After joining Mrs. Jackson, i iI
who has awaited his return in Clew- Conditioned !

iston,. they left for Odessa for a. visit
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tl i W% of Section 11, Township 46
," i- t.:: ALVIN GARRETT, South, Range 32 East, REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME

} Chapter Herald. THIS NOTICE is published in com- TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: :
I ; 1 :, pliance with Sections 270.07, 270.08 and
270.09. Florida Statutes 1941. Notice is hereby given that the under-
t i TERSONALand SOCIETY i ij PLYUP iXEWS I ,The successflu bidder Is to pay the signed, under' the provisions of Chap-
advertising cost. ter 20.953, Laws of Florida, Acts of
The Trustees of the Internal Improvement 1941. will, register with the Clerk of
r: I + Wednesday the Flyups had _an- Fund reserve the right to the Circuit Court, in and for Hendry
j .. ,' reject any and all bids. County, Florida, upon receipt of proofof
%. other meeting. We finished our pictures -

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troop has been learning the Girl Florida. BECK MOTORS .
!' spent the week-end in Miss Renee Wethington is spend-
Jack Wynn under which I
am engaged in businessat
Scout laws. At the next meeting we Millard F. Caldwell, Governor.
this week-end in Miami. I Clewiston. Florida. That the
:Miami ing Attest: party
j, are going to have a bicycle party in 1 interested in said business is:
r. C. Elliot, Secretary
I ,GEORGE ,v. RECK:
, theN
country.
; Mrs. M. L. Pape was a visitor in Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Lewis of Nash- Trustees I. I. Fund.. I City of Clewiston, Hendry County..
": Fort Myers Saturday. ville, Ga., visited several days 'this JOYCE Scribe BARTZ, Nov. 2, 9., 16, 23, 30, 1945 Florida. Nov. 29, 1945.
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I 1 Perry A. Sizemore has returned MRS., ALSTON ENTERTAINS AW. if E'l t-=-
home with his discharge after two Mr. and Mrs. Earl Morrison and '
BRIDGE, CLUB:; :WEDNESDAY
': years service in the U. S. Navy. Stanley Jordan spent the Thanksgiving BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER

holiday in Bartow. 7 TO 10 A. M. 12 TO 2 P. M. C TO 8 1>. M.
Mrs. D. G. Alston was hostess to
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Reames and
her bridge club at her home last
family were visitors in West; Palm Thos. E. Markette was a business ,
Beach last Thursday. visitor in Tampa on Monday and Wednesday afternoon

Tuesday, attending a showing of new Mrs. J. W. Ezelle held high score I '
Philco radios and appliances. and received a wooden nut bowl and For A Relaxing Meal-Dine In A
Sgt. Leon C. Jackson returned
\t mallet. Mrs. H. R. Hall received a .
home last Thursday with a discharge '
after 28 months in the CBI. Mrs. M. C. Ritchie and Ford Dull double deck of cards for making the Pleasant Atmosphere,
of St. Cloud spent the Thanksgiving lucky cut.Chicken. _
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holidays with Mr. and Mrs. E. M. salad, sandwiches 'and cof-
Dr. J. W.. Ezelle was called to You'll Find Good Food and Gracious !
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Dull. The group spent Sunday .in fee were served by the hostess to Service at TheCLEWISTON
> Graceville this week by the serious
illness of his grandfather. Miami... Mrs. Ezelle, Mrs. Hall, Mrs. 'Carl\E. I I"A t
I. Johnson, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. R.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Place of Miami /Wilson, Mrs.: G. B. Thomas and < INN[

Mrs. lIarkKennon spent several were visitors here the first of the Mis. E. C. Mills.

days last. week with relatives in Ar- week. Mrs. Place's mother, Mrs. W.

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and Mrs. L., J. Pape. Art Lawrence returned home on I
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Mrs. L. J. Pape spent several days charge from the U. S. Navy. He has COCKTAIL LOUNGEOpen

last week' with relatives in Canal been stationed on the Pacific Coast ,
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.." Point. for: the past several months.Mr. : with his parents. 11 A. M. To 2 P. M. 1 P. M. To 12 P. M.

Mrs. C. W. Curtner visited her and Mis. Campbell ,Nail re- I 9

mother in Canal Point for several turned home Sunday ,from Jacksonville I Pfc. Leon ,Snell is now in Berlin
,'. days last week. with a Motor Transport company and
... where Mr. Nail received his discharge SUNDAY :NIGHTS
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::' Solon (Bub) Mills is nursing a day. sometime late next year. If waives

strained wrist which was injured in I are permitted to join their husbands i i f& qrS'

a football scrimmage, last week. overseas, as now being contemplated -
r Lt., V. R. Beardsley;! who has been
by the government, Mrs. Snell
stationed at Fort Sill, Okla., for the
;,, Mr. and Mrs W. N. Martin and past few months, arrived home yesterday thinks she may get to see a little of

;i-;:," family were visitors in West Palm for a leave with his parents, Europe.IS .

Beach Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley.Mrs. A S }
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; Lowers of Ohio were the guests for FOR SALE Luggage

: several; days of Dr. and Mrs. W. O.
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( L. A. Eakin of West Palm Beach

-" were the Thanksgiving Day guests Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Reames w recalled wide, 4/2 ft. deep. Body

(;' of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McLendon. to West Palm Beach the firstof
,? : ;. bolted. See it at ,E. Ventura
"' last week by the serious illness of
\, Dirr and Mrs. Loel Lence and Mr. her father, G. H. Vallowe of that between S. Atlantic

I ''-,;- and Mrs. T., W. Griffith of Canal city.; His condition has improved '

>;;'. Point spent the' week-end- here with little to the present ,time.R. and San Benito.Avenues.J. .
'relatives.
.-I" G. Barker Shawnee
.r- C. Wilson was host to the board ,

Misses Margaret Von Mach, 'Penll'YDavidson of directors of the Kiwanis Club on -
Farms 1 15.. 1
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Ruth Henderson and Mar- a fishing trip to Salerno yesterday.. 1000 First Street Fort Myers, Florida I '
gie Combs were in Miami for the Those making the trip were G. E.

week-end. Etherton, D. C. Hancock, J. E.
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Beardsley and M. M. Prewitt.
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Mrs. Marjorie Rockwell and chil- '- NOTICENOTICE Over 100,000 Additional Items i

dren and Mrs. J. E. Beaidsley spent Mr. and Mrs. Coburn Moore arrived is hereby given that the

', "' the week-end in Sarasota with Mr. I ,Monday night from Muroc, Fund Trustees of the of the State Internal of Florida Improvement will offer I Use Our Easy Payment Plan I IE '

;,, :;and, Mrs. Davis McMakin. 3alif.,' for a visit with his mother, for sale, and will receive competitivebids
in Tallahassee. Florida, at 11:00
r,. f- Mrs.' J. W. Moore. Mrs. Moore, an lands in HENDRY COUNTY, described <,, "".i /.v: -='''J.(;i.1L7Ao:1t1-'I".iIo.'h..c: : r.. >,l"....;;. :<; .;-'I6-IL"-: ; -" '''Hi.I t>
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Among those attending the foot-
Palm Beach' were the Thanksgiving ball game between Clewiston and St: J

; Day guests of their son, J. K. Rogers Peter and Paul in the Orange Bowl S.A

and Mrs. Rogers. last Saturday night were Mr. and (,fca, ; Even if it's late-

Mrs. C. L. 'McLendon, Mr. and Mrs.
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the Miss Orange Marjorie General Poole, a nurse in E.! C. Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wheel s S she'd rather wait for this
Hospital
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," Thanksgiving holi and Mrs. Roy Alston, Mr. and Mrs.
days here with her aunt, Mrs. Charles E. O. Ward, Mrs. C. H. Berner and f

Christian and Mr. Christian. daughter Carline, Jeanne Crouch,
LAIEet
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Miss Mary Nell Christian returned King.

to Norman Junior College after

spending the holidays with 'her pa ELLEN GROVER CIRCLE
rents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles ChristIan
MEETS WITH :MRS. KING


rt The Ellen Grover Circle of the 4

Baptist Woman's Missionary Society,
met Tuesday afternoon at the homeof :
Mrs. A. H. King. I LAS

Mrs. Arch Hodges opened the

meeting with a devotional and chose

for the Scripture reading Romans 8

beginning with the eleventh verse.

A very interesting program was presented -
Sun. &
Mon., Dec. 2 & 3
r by Mrs. Leon Bembry and Mrs.T. .
"WHERE DO WE GO L. Tanner on the topic, "Hero and
FROM 1IEHE" Heroine.. '
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Fred McMuiray, Joan Leslie Mrs. Hodges gave an interesting
reading on prayer. Minutes were II I LIFE
Cartoon News
read and approved and work for the LOOK

year was discussed. The Circle will ?
LADIES' HOME JOURNAL
Tues. & Wed., Dec. 4 & 5 sponsor the G, A.'s.

Those attending were Mrs. Hodges, 41t'
"WILSON"The Hold her forever with Lane for Lane Cedar Chest. If
Mrs. Tanner, Mrs. Leon Bembry, V : a a Hope
'.1" Years Best In Technicolor Mrs. Gordon Bembry, Mrs. R. L. Cedar Hope Chest, the perfect delivery cannot be made in time '

< Cartoon Marshall, ,Mrs. Fred Topper, Mrs. 4 950 Christmas Gift. Symbol of your for Christmas, you will be 'as-,

King and a visitor, Mrs. Thorne. r ve-it's the gift that starts the sured earliest p<>ssibte'deliveryOlhorLano

Refreshments of sandwiches, pound Chests home. Come in and register now in 1946.pARKINSON'S.
:: : al popular price
Thurs. & Fri., Dec. 6 & 7 cake, whipped
,. cream and coffeewere
"DIAMOND HORSESHOE" served by the hostess at the '

; ": :,. Betty Grable conclusion of the meeting.R. .

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't' Sat., Dec. 8 those present at the chap I

, "JUNGLE CAPTIVE" ter meeting were Gene Hester, Alvin '

With the: Ape Woman have Garrett elected, and Juan Billingsley. We Use Our Lay Away Plan For Gift Purchases
our officers. ,All those
! "Jungle Queen" No. 4 boys thirteen to seventeen are invit-

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their job let's finish ours! Buy extra help bring our boys back home will to assure jobs for veterans, for power other
bonds now to help make Victory supply the finest of medical care for our :workers.: This reserve.will help,maintain
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II'II'I number of striking colors including 'Given New AssignmentJacksonville
shoe industry, have been perfected I I i Major Eppert served in various other
Lipstick Red, Electric Blue, Kelly I II |
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} Too Late To Classify by him and are attracting the attention I Green, Chartreuse, Beige, Sun Yel- Nov; 29 Major Important capacities in connection
i of the entire shoemakingtrade. low and Fuschia. I with official duties, including superI -
i : Donald E. Eppert, who for the
By RUSSELL KAY I'' But the crowning result, of Simp-;i i last five years has been stationed I vision ot-the wooden oil barge program -

These inventions are Leathlyke in :son's Inventive genius Is found in his here with the U. S. Engineer District -I in Jacksonville, expansion program -

t'F..:M:..l..Z N Z H t..tt..&W.,:..tt..l..tt NM. .M N NON H...) colors, synthetic crepe soles and 'remarkable shoe repair material,,1' today was preparing to reportto at Morrison Field, West Palm
Simpson's Wizard Shoe Repair. So known as Simpson's Wizard Shoe Re- Washington, D. C., for assignmentto I Beach, Fla., and construction of obstacle -
Twenty five years ago, a young important are these three new pro- pair. With it shoes can be repaired'and temporary duty outside the continental courses and fortifications at
man named Elliott Simpson trampedthe ducts to the shoe industry in their resoled in a jiffy and at the cost limits of the United States. Fort Pierce and Vero Beach, Fla.

streets of New York looking for 'respective fields that it is difficultto of only a few cents. The material Major Eppert was first employedas From October, 1943, to March,
a job. The soles of his shoes wore estimate which is of the greatest I' comes ,in jars, with a sufficient a civilian surveyor on rivers,and 1944, serving under Col. A. B. Jones, ;
through. Like a great many other interest to the ultimate customer. quantity In a $1 jar to repair from I harbors, flood control projects and district engineer, Major Eppert
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. 1 young Americans have done, Simpson Leathlyke, a synthetic soling made 50 to 75 pairs of shoes. Anyone can I' on the construction of a canal, channels -I (then captain), supervised all military -
I I : : stuffed sheaves of newspapers from soya beans, pulverized scrap I[.easily apply it and shoes with 'worn harbors and levees, in 1940., construction, military supply
4 in the soles to keep his feet off the soles. can be permanently repaired bysimply' ,' As head civil
: leather and chemicals, soled more engineer at Albany and civil work along the east coastof
the material to the
ground. i I than fitly million pairs of shoes in :' applying Ga., which was under the jurisdiction Florida from Melbourne to Key
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r I: Adversity and hardship are often the critical period from September, worn spot with the finger. ; of the Jacksonville district In West, Fla.,, and was assigned dutyin

I blessings in disguise and it proved to 1943 until the end of the war. I I' "The poem about the barefoot boy i j i' 1941, and 1942 Major Eppert supervised the district office in Jacksonville, .

I be the case with Elliott Simpson, for This new soling material is, not I is very pretty" Simpson said, "but'I the construction of Advance charged with the responsibility for
neve'r forgot that experience and now no man need fear walking on : the execution of the military1\
he only as pliable as leather but will_ I proper
I' his feet. Farmers j Flying School No. 6, Turner Field.
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'resolved that some day he would do outwear It four to one. Waterproofand construction program, the military
'' living miles from cities need, worryno Shortly after the outbreak of .
i something about it. extremely durable, it' permitsthe I supply activities procurement for
A scientist and inventor, Simpson feet to'"breathe" as does leather, longer shoes.about Large having families improperlysoled with I World War II, Major Eppert was I overseas shipment' -and civil works
yet at the same time is of such consistency 'I I commissioned a first lieutenant In operations, including maintenance
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as to absorb the' hard shocksof and dredging of harbors, supervision -
the of the United States and
shoes doesn't worry him. But as a concrete pavements, much as rubber are tremendous may now keep their army I of the installation of a floating
result of his own early experience, he heels absorb the shock of con- children's shoes repaired at the cost was assigned area engineer in charge power plant and rivers and harbors

has conducted numerous experiments stant pounding. Leathlyke lends itself of a few cents a patch. Thus Wizard of the construction of the Lake I activities, for the entire ,Jacksonville, t
will be a boon to mil-
better soles to the use of vivid ,colors and Shoe Repair I Wales, Bartow and Winter Haven I Engineer district.
:In an effort to produce lions of families all over the world. 1
now for the first time 'manufactur-
F I"" :for shoes and easier, cheaper methods -
'' ers can offer shoes with soles to A third Simpson invention is syn-
''I' { of repairing them. match the uppers instead of the con- thetic crepe rubber soles and these
.. Success has crowned his efforts ventional black or brown of the will be manufactured in the na ,

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I' PVINGS.q pected would have to close down' ZMusic The ,
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f COPQO year he has made several expeditionsinto you imagine anything more' appropriate than a musical sCan
\ the Everglades searching for
plints from which rubber might be instrument,bf some kind? There are no new ones availableat
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made and as a result, recently an- present, but we do have modern styled, pew appearing!
nounced the discovery of several that 1
i savings are suitable for this purpose. ,He lirrApianos, fully guaranteed. We also have several thoroughly -

will return to Florida shortly to con-
reconditioned band instruments. The most ,complete
tinue his investigation and is confi-
r account is dent that in time the Florida Ever- !stock of records (and record albums available, both classicaland

' t glades will become a valuable sourceof popular will be found in our store. Finn now to make I
the nation's rubber supply, makingit
personalpreparedness MTJSIO the answer to jour gift problems. It's the lasting gift
unnecessary for us to depend on
B'ri"fiS'ii'' Dutch rubber cartels for -keeps on giving1 happy listening hours. We invite you to,

our supply or at least a part of it. our store to see our selections, -r
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Scott's Daughter Cray, seaman, first class, 34, Clewis- :MRS.: BROADFOOT HOSTESSTO .' Lawrence, Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., :Mrs. huddle.
ton, Fla., has reported to the Naval ANN JUDSOX CIRCLE 0. H.' Skewes, Mrs. Quentin Evans The football season had been expected -
Home From Alaska .Air Station here for duty with the and Mrs. Ezelle.I'Victim to be
Trans- The Ann Judson Circle of the Bap- I concluded next Friday
detachment of Air
Honolulu
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no opponent has been found
tist Woman's Missionary Society
port Squadron 12,- of the Naval Air ;OfContinued for :that
Fairbanks, Alaska, Nov. 20 Pvt. Transport servIce; met at the home of Mrs. A. R. Broad- ( evening. )
of Mr. foot Tuesday afternoon. t The Tiger line-up for the game was
Creola: S. DeMoya, daughter 'The squadron is responsible for ad- I
and :Mrs.: William A. Scott, of Clewis- ministration and aircraft main ten.. The meeting opened with the devotional ( from Page 1) as follows: Martinez, le; Conkling,
back to the U. S. given by Mrs. Broadfoot and l I than It; Mills, Ig; Bolton, center; A. Tou-
ton, is on her way ance of the service's Pacific opera brutality anyone would have
A member of the only Women's Army tion, which dally sends planes over the reading of several Scriptureverses i! thought possible. Much of his tine lis, rg; Dunaway, rt; Young, re;
in Alaska from the book of Romans. I I in Trice, qb; Pullen, Ih; McLeod, rh;
Corps detachment to serve 20,000 miles of air routes from Oakland prison he said seemed like a nightmare -
during the war, she departed last Calif., to Tokyo, Guadalcanal An interesting program followed ; one walked about in a daze, Sullivan, fb. Substitutions were
Bight by Air Transport Command and the Philippines. Nearly 3,5O000 ,- :with several readings: "World Task 'paid: scant attention to the things and Kepple Martin., Driggers, I> Toulis, Beatty
lire- for Great Falls, Mont., where miles a month are being traveled of Christianity," by Mrs. E. M. Cor- ')I which would have horrified him ordi-
she will be reassigned to continental I by the fleet of huge four-engined nette; "Flowers of Chile," by Mrs. i I narily; and did an unbelievable Ben Bolton, Clewiston center,
duty after her furlough. planes. W. J. Robison; "Must You Keep I amount of work on a few grains of finished the season with a loss of
Pvt..DeMoya was in the first group] W-O Will Be Your Heart In Cold Storage," by Mrs. !I rice a day. He refused to discuss details only four minutes of play in ten
of 15 Wacs to leave Ladd Field, 11th Campbell Fred Sikes; "From Missionaries," by I, of the brutality of the Japs as games or a total of eight hours of

Air Force base 100 miles below the Put On Inactive Duty Mrs. W. A. Montgomery. Mrs. Claude I:'"too bad to talk about." He weighed football playing J
The enUre'detach- closed with a Thanksgivingprayer.
Arctic Circle. Giddens only ninety-nine pounds when re-
to be back In the 1 I leased from
ment is expected prison but gained ._- .. }
States by early December. Carpenter Campbell Elliot Nail. The business session was presidedover I j I i weight rapidly when given proper

Assigned to the Alaskan Division, USNR, of Clewiston, former service by Mrs. W. A. Montgomery, the I,hospitalization and diet and now is
Air Transport Command, the, Wac mnaager of the Clewiston Motor circle chairman, and a talk was up to 145.
arrived here in April, 1945"'at' the Company, was released to inactive made by her 'on enlistment. Two I, With sixteen years of service be- PRINTINGin
"heighth of the Alsib (Alaska-Siberia) duty at the Jacksonville Naval Per- "chain links" were given those present hind him CPO Stalls expects to go
route ferrying operation. More than sonnel Separation Center recently ''with a prospective members back and finish up' the needed four its various forms is a

7,000 planes were, flown to Ladd (November 23), name on each. A report was givenby years for retirement. I
necessity to modern
Field by pilots of the Seventh Ferry- Warrant Officer Nail, after serv- each officer on work of the month A shell injury in the mouth gave any A
Ing Group, ATC, and there turned ing for 18 months as a Chief Ma- and a missionary offering of $2.75 him the Purple Heart. He also wears
over to Soviet Airmen for completion chinist's Mate with a "Seabee" Main- was taken. A decision was made to the presidential citation with two BUSINESSand
of the long hop to Russia... tenance Unit at Milne ,Bay, New Gui- have the next meeting on December stars, the Asiatic-Pacific ribbon with
While at this base, Pvt DeMoya nea, was promoted to warrant officer 18 since Christmas falls on the next three stars for China Service, Yangtze 4 like Business, Printing
Vas assigned as an:J inventory supply rank on January 15', 1945 and regular meeting date.A I'I I Patrol and American Defense
clerk In Air Corps Supply.: She wears re-assigned to the Spare Parts. Depotat chain of,prayers closed the meet- i!the distinguished service :medal with; must have as a, prime factor
the Good Conduct and Asiatic-Pa- Pearl Harbor. '
ing after which a social hour was enjoyed one oak leaf cluster and a distinguished .,
cific ribbons. ',,' For thirteen years connected with and a delicious salad course unit badge with an, oak QUALITYof

\ the Clewiston Motor Company, Warrant and saltines, fruit cake and coffee leaf'cluster.. ,
Calvin G. Millers Officer Nail attended Newberry, were served by the hostess to Mrs. I 'During his three years imprisonment materials and workman-
Florida,' High School where he tookan Sikes, Mrs. Robinson, Mrs.
Re-enlistee From' Giddens'l he received 23 letters,.and was ship and integrity and goodSERVICE
active part in athletics. His wifeis Mrs. Ben Bolton, Mrs. I
able to get out only two cards to_ the
the former Frences Munroe of Doke Mrs. Cornette,
Clewiston Area way, Mrs. M. C. I folks back home.
Clewiston. He is a member of Moore Mrs. W. R. Broadrick Mrs. Mont- .
.
Haven Masonic Lodge 61. gomery and Mrs. Broadfoot. I t

Calvin Garey Miller, son of Mrs.1 I j I I Tigers Win- to 'the customer at'a normal

Ira Owen Davidson, box 7249, Clew- George L. Poole MRS. BERXER AND MRS MILLS --- '
iston, Florida, has enlisted in the ENTERTAIN AT BRIDGEMrs. I- (Continued from Page 1) I" PRICE -

Regular' Army for three years. County Inspector of \ down and then Adkins took the ball,
Before his discharge he served C. H. ,Berner and Mrs. E, C. I I
broke through right' tackle to the that is in line with;material -,
with Co. M. 18th Inf. 1st Div. His Marks & Brands Mills entertained the Evening Bridge I I side-line, reversed .his, field andscampered '

outfit landed on Normandy Beach on Club with a buffet supper'on Wednesday < across the:;':Tiger! goal line Ir'i.". and labor. costs.-we ,are
I>-Day., For this initial landing he (Hendry County News) evening at Mrs. Mills' home.:I II standing up. A line-buck through "
? always ready to
give the
"received the bronze Arrowhead. His you
I George L. Poole will assume his After the delicious supper several center was good for the extra point. r ,
company moved through France and duties Friday as county inspector of progressions, of bridge were enjoyed;'i'The final whistle blew just as Clew-: benefit of our years of experience -
Germany, until he was made a Mrs. J. W. 'Ezelle won high score I
marks and brands for Hendry coun- i iston was 'stopped after taking the
prisoner of war at Camp 12 Linde- I I -bring print-
cocktail Mrs. your
ty. Mr. Poole was appointed by the prize, a set of glasses, Terrier kick-off. ,
burg, Germany. From this camp he Foy and,receiveda
Durrence
was low The iof Clewiston fans
State of Florida for this job and will I large group ing problems to us NOW.
was moved to Camp 2B in East Prus- '
box of book matches Mrs.
fancy
take the place of district inspectors ; who made the trip to Moore Havento
1 la. He was a prisoner of war for W. Lawrence the '
A. won cut prize, a
the not
which has been the custom up to see /game were disappointed -
7 months. set of crystal ash trays. I for it was well-matched contest theCLEWISTON

For his accomplishments a he was now.Mr.. Poole requests that those Those attending were Mrs. C. and one of which the outcome was
Awarded four battle stars: the Presi- Etherton, Mrs. C. L. McLendon, E'I doubtful until the final moments of I NEWS
wishing to ship or load cattle please
dential: Citation with one Oak Leaf notify him 24 hours in advance so'' Foy Durrence, Mrs. Joe Hall, the game. The only penalty of the i

'Cluster, 'Combat Infantry Badge, that there will be no delay in providing R. C. Nowling, Mrs. V. C. Woodward, I evening was one of five yards againstthe 1
Bronze Star and the Purple Heart. this necessary service. Also inspection Mrs. Curtis Thompson; Mrs.. A. W. j Tigers for being too long in a 1I

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fees must be paid when cattle -
Ernest McCray ReportsTo are ,inspected. For inspection ,,. ; "'..::.' _._........."'1 :\. '........."' .-

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