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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 21, 1945
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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PROGRAM WAS PLAY 1 NEW CHURCH HERE ORLANDO JAYCEESBROADASTMONDAY


I "; BY JUNIORSSENIORSThe ,k c4 i TO COST $50,000.00


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Junior and Senior classes presented The First Baptist. Church of Clew- Josiah Ferris, Jr., assistant to the
t' an' original pantomime, written m1941l1trtJb iston, at a recent business meeting, president of the United States Sugar

. ',. by Miss Ruth Dugger of the faculty appointed a building committee headed Corporation, was guest speaker at ''
;f Thursday night in the auditorium by A. R. Broadfoot to hire an the luncheon meeting 'of -the Junior

of the High School to an appreciative wl architect to design a' new church : Chamber Commerce in Orlando on
'!q audience. structure \here to cost approximately I Monday and his 'talk' was-broadcastby
, !::: Elsie Martin and Frank Conkling (((1ri tmfif I $50,000. Other members of the committee radio station, WLOF of' that city.

! I:'_ as Mr. and Mrs. Conkling were the are E. M. Cornette and W. W. In this, one of a series of talks
'I I F" mother and father of Junior Marti- Perry. being made by Mr. Ferris before

): :.. nez, Gene Mills, Curtiss Pullen, Gilbert This committee has already hired state civic clubs, his subject ',was
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I McLeod, Mamie Trice, Joan Bert D. Keck, Stuart ,architect to "The Everglades Agro-Industrial
:;'( Walker, Margie Allen and Nora Og- plan the ,new church edifice and it is Empire of the South" and in the
I :>:' lesby. Emily Robertson played Jun- believed that construction work will talk he referred to the Evergladesas

, ,"",' ior's girl friend, JoAnn Crouch was be started very shortly 'after the the state's most valuable resource,
I Gilbert's,girl friend and Mary Louise .,', "> :, plans are approved.The discussing in considerable detail
: I: f' Thomas was the, girl friend of Gene. !'church now owns, the entire some of the wonders in this field

Wanda Shelfer played the role of Christmas Is All of These bockfrontage/ where the present which have been performed by the",
(' Curtiss' 'wife. Mr: and Mrs. Young / church is located on Ventura Ave- sugar corporation. He referred to

were portrayed by Caroline Bryant Christmas is the good will shared at' nue and present plans are to erect I sugar as the nation's No. 1 "have,1

:4; and' Sammie Young and were neighbors the, family hearth; the carol sung together *' the new edifice in the center of the not" food and gave figures to show
: of the Conklings. June Espen- block. what is being done on plantations in
the candle in the'window the ,
i.; laub, Earline, Harn, Virginia Turner, ; The amount of money to be expended the Everglades this season to help
';. '" :and Dorothy Sealey were war work- glowing faces gathered around the on this new church should alleviate this condition.He .
\ 'ers. The narrator was Louise Prew- festive board. And it is much more make it the most .imposing of the also described 'in some detail

ltt. Mildred Reynolds was in charge -ever ,so much more! several new church structures plan- the new starch plant here and told
1 of properties, :Charles Benow was ned for Clewiston. the Jay-Cees that 'an anticipated
i i I '_ chief electrician and Mrs. F. E. Conk- We cannot begin to put into wordsall seventy million pounds of high-grade

, ling and )\:rs. W. N. Martin were: responsible -. that Christmas is, nor begin to root starch will, be produced by the :

-I !for the stage decoration. express how ardently we_wish for you CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS company each year. : ..

!: Furniture for the play was donatedby : the complete enjoyment of Christmas.So 1 The production 'of lemon-grass was

Alderman and Wright. The ,members all we can say to you kind'friends, ,_ also described, Mr. Ferrjs telling the f
of the 'classes presenting the is Merry Christmas To You. .. GATHER GIFTS FOR group'that,during the past four 'years
program requested that thanks be : .. the 'glades had been the only source

extended to all who-donated proper' of .this essential oil... ,Previously Imported -'
ties for the occasion. > CHILDREN OF NEEDY '
Y from other lands, the oil was
The program was presented as a .' in great demand by the government

"special feature of the Christmas program for a secret: use and .Is:alsos'a. ," : +

!' Holidays will begin' Friday, Clewiston'News? ':The,;Kiwanis Club, in cooperationwith sential componentyofpa fnts? soaps. h: ... t li
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December' 21 and will 'continue until -
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( r r Fellowship Union, of,the Com The talk was closed with a discussion -
j munity Church, exchanged 'gifts vat of the' corporation's cattle project -
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: 'Clewiston Inn Now ," the-meeting Wednesday night at ,the I }'of the vast acreage:which has .
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gifts,
i::" Has One of ,Most Infantile Paralysis i .' CHURCHES PLANNING them f,o distribution I 'pasturage for :pure-bred: herds of beef '
'Efficient tch&is"" .', fl II among the under-privileged childrenof cattle as an experimental project for R
., t Chapter Meeting '" the community. The same pro- improving breeds of stock and for

;: SPECIAL PROGRAMSIN gram will be followed by the other grass-finishing of beef. He forecast '
11 l A complete remodelling of the The Hendry County Chapter of the I two organizations at their meetings. that in the near .future butchers' '

11 "kitchen :at ,the Clewiston Inn has Infantile Paralysis Fund met at, the I Rev. D'Vld"d Hancock, presidentelect would no longer advertise "Western
r '\ been finished with;'a minimum of dis: Canebrake Thursday at a luncheon OBSERVING XMASIn 'distributed: questionnairesamong Beef" but instead would urge their

,':;, ruption of service tcrgive, this popular to discuss plans for the coming infantile I the members for completion.The customers to' buy the best in

" f. hotel one of the most efficient paralysis collection campaignfrom -questionnaires pertained to the i the world' "Clewiston Molasses-fed' '

,, and sanitary kitchens of its kind In January 24' to January 30. observance of Christmas, special personal history of; Ithe members, Beef.

the. state. 'I ': Present were U. T. Koch, 'chairman;'( services, have been, arranged ,by the their interest in the various commit-
f'Ianager ,R. M. Cpa"ts proudly con- tees of the club, the type of work .c : "
R. E. Miller, vlde-chairman, of La- local churches :and the public is'invited Mrs. Stewart Wins '
,, Acted\ a News representative on a Belle; Elbert L. Stewart .treasurer favored and the projects that shouldbe ?'
ipiir o.f inspection of the spotless and Mrs. 1\Ir M. Prewitt, ,secretary. to attend these programs. carried: out during, the coming Prize At Meetingo, ,, :"'
kitchen on Tuesday and demonstrated Miss Sylvia Hill of LaBelle is' the The Comunity, ,Church will presenta year. 'f :("
the new equipm'emt ,which has chairman of the campaign fund in play, "If TheyJShould Come Today" It was ,announced that the club Of Garden Club } '
been installed. Most important of will play a prominent part in the i
the western part of the ,county and based on the theme of the probable
this new equipment are the new gas Mrs Prewitt is the eastern chairman.: reactions of the characters in the clothing drive for the needy people The Garden Club, at the monthly }(

stoves and the gas dish warmers. Other' members of the governing original Christmas story if they of Europe in January. Dr. ,J. W. meeting Thursday, December 20, at
V The stoves are' the Vulcan thin-top board 'are Rev David C. Hancock of should return to the same scene today Ezelle is the chairman of the drive the Library concentrated_ the pro-
i stoves with several coils which i I for clothing and is making plans for
: per- the Clewiston Comunity Church and after 2000 years. gram on the holiday theme. Members -
mit regulation of heat from the collection early next month. The
; a mere of the club had been requestedto
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; Quentin Evans, principal of the Clew- The musical background will be
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"' warming flame to an intense heat. Girl Scouts will pick up the bundlesof bring floral arrangements of door ,
iston Schools. provided by the Adult choir and tho
' ; \ All dishes will be placed in the dish- Young People's choir under'' the di- clothing Any contributions need or mantle decorations in the festive ,
1,'" \ warmers until ready for service which direction not be sorted, mended or cleaned mood.. First' prize was won by Mrs.
of Miss June Barker. This '
J will insure all food reaching tables Jay Moran Returns drama will be given Sunday eveningat and the public is requested to gatherup Elbert L. Stewart whose entry was '
' piping, hot. all possible clothing donations a boat shaped ..container, fashioned
7:30 P. M., December 23 at the
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t The floor of the kitchen has been Home From HospitalJay Church. during this drive. from a dried pod of a Royal Palm,
:', covered with ceremic tile and the Next week Rev.,Hancock will name filled with colorful flowers and 'ca-
t r walls are wainscoted with cream tile Sunday morning the choir, under the committee appointments for. 1946 lomondin with a miniature Santa
with a black trim. This tile provides W. Moran, vice-president and the direction of J. E., Beardsley, will and will conduct a President's train Claus in a sleigh drawn by reindeer,
a surface which ,can much more general manager of' the United States include the following' selections' on ing school:Jfor the club. At that time l dashing through ,the tropical foliage.
I Sugar Corporation, has returned
,easily be kept sanitary; their' program: ; he will convey to the club, some of The sparkling mantle decoration, of
home from 'a' ,Miami hospital wherehe
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"I ;", Mr. Coats states that Christmas Little Town of Bethlehem-Bow- the special 'training, he has! acquiredand :Mrs. G, Bv Rackstraw took second
has been undergoing treatment for
f fIr 's 1 ,dinner will be served at the Inn from ler-Stickles. set up the year's work program. prize. Mrs. Rackstraw used a Christmas -
several weeks and Is recuperating at '
twelve to 2:30 and there will be no his apartment at the Clewiston Inn. Cantique de Noel-Adam., As a fitting close to the meeting ,wreath, suspended over the man-
I z evening meal served. Guests who are Soloist-Carolyn: ,Thompson. :J. E. Beardsley led' the club in sing- tle with an illuminated star in the
Although able to be and aroundto
up
I unable to find food elsewhere wills ,,BethlehemGounod.Silent Ing Christmas carols. center with the words, "Merry Christ
some extent, Mr. Moran has been
I have the privilege of robbing the Night, Gruber arrangement, mas," I1g\t'ted\ and illuminated can
s cautioned to "take it easy" for a '
'i 1 icebox. Lorenz. False.Fire Alarm ,dles.at,'each. end of the bright center-
time and will probably not be back '
piece. Tlie many lovely'entries reflected -
A midnight will be observedat
at his desk in the sugar office for mass
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At Crochet \Home the originality and time spentby
St. Margaret's Catholic Churchon ,
: j Survey Made For several weeks yet. '
Monday, Christmas eve, December the entrants. The program was ,
New'Air Line I 24. Services will ,be held at the A false alarm Sunday night called planned by Mrs. F. Deane Duff ,and
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I Dance New Years church on Christmas morning at 11 the fire department to the S. L. carried out, by Mrs. Stewart and Mrs.
Through ClewistonL. A. M. here and at 9 A M. in Pa- Crochet home when a faulty fireplace Rackstraw. Winners were selected

'I,li, Sponsored, By JuniorsThe hokee.In installation caused the smoke froma (Continued'on Page 8))

P. Wiggins of the Hooper- a recent nation-wide collectIonof pine log on the firE! to fill the living ,
I ? Holmes Bureau of Miami was here dance on New Year's Eve to canned goods to be' sent to the room. Legion Unable To :' '
Tuesday making a survey of prospective welcome the year of 1946 will be heldat starving'peoples of Europe the Ca'tIi.olic As Mrs. Crochet came from another I
+t i ; users of a commercial air the Sugarland Park Auditorium, welfare societies in cooperationwith part of the! house the smokefilledroom Sponsor CommunityChristmas ''
1 line proposed through this section by beginning at ten o'clock on Monday the National Way Services\ seta caused }her to give' the" alarm ; s
g the Plantation Airlines of Tampa. I night. Dave Tyler's orchestra of Mi- quota of 75,000,000 cans to be collected since the living room walls are' of Tree '"'
This company, organized by World'I ami will play for the festivities and by 'the congregations of the knotty pine and the smoke plus ,the '
{ 'War Two veterans, plans to operate -' tickets are now being sold by mem- Catholic churches. The members of smell of burning pine gave the im The commander of the American
I i six routes in Florida and south- bers of the Junior Class, sponsors of St. Margaret's contributed 600 cans pression that the house was on fire. Legion-met this week with the mem-
ern Georgia not over routes now the, dance, at, $2.00 per couple. of food to the cause. Mrs. Crochet asked that the News bers concerned and it was decided to

1 served by existing lines but touching The Methodist church wil hold a pass on to the alert fire department omit the annual Community tree pro
many rural areas to tie them in with social hour from four to six P. M. her gratitude for their promptnessand \ gram due to' severe shortages. The

,- ? the commercial line serving only WARNING1'arkinfi I Sunday afternoon during which time efficiency answering the calL Legion has, years prior to war, spon-.
. metropolitan areas. I gifts will distributed to the children So quickly did the, department have sored the distribution of gifts to the
i 1a ,lewiston, under the plan would within 20 feet of fireplug of the church at a Christmas their apparatus on the:spot that they children of the community at the
t bon Route No. 5 from Tampa to Miami prohibited Violators tree At the conclusion of the social could have extinguished the blaze Christmas tree in the park and had
by way of West Palm Beach. subject to fine. hour the members will adjourn to had there been a fire, she said. planned to start the custom again
Stops would be made in Arcadia and CHIEF: I the Comunity Church to attend the this year, but shortages of candy,
possibly in Belle Glade as well as in C. P. D. special services that have been pre- Santiago is the fourth largest city nuts etc., forced cancellation of these

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arrived home after more than two I the folks will take her into their and from there by boat to Adak, one, Oh yes, we have a hot plate and we
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John G. Sullivan, walked right out has gone through. She could truly about two thousand miles north and fellow In the mess hall are nice,
of the store with Ray and they hur- write a book on her experiences. they give us anything we want to
west of Seattle. That makes it
pretty
With ried home to see Mrs. Sullivan and Launita talked a lot about her take out. This cooking in our hut
Clewiston and of how dern cold. As yet we haven't had too
Johnny. The transportation bottle- friends in is nice because we do not get up until
neck on the west coast that is hold- much she. had enjoyed their cards, bad weather, it has snowed about 0:30: each day and we always miss

Our ing up so many thousands, of returnees letters, etc. She especially mentioned twice, but not enough to make it real ,' breakfast, '
Boys threatened to hold up Ray's return Mary Etherton's letters and the cold. This is headquarters for the "We' have about eight picture
Mrs. Duff sent She men- Eleventh Air Force and the best island -
home but we are all happy for flowers that shows we can go to. We even have
him and his family that he made it tioned ";all, of those who had done in the chain. one in our squadron that is free. .

in the home in time for Christmas dinner anything for her and vas most ap- "Our. trip up here wasn't BO;,bad. We have about three shows a week.

and with hisl honorable discharge preciative, but Mary and Mrs. Duff We left the States on the 3rd and got, Continued on Page: 7)
are still fresh on our mind. here the 13th, ten days at sea. It
butcherfor
from the Marines. With a
*' was nice all but about three or four
Service a father Ray ought to make up
rapidly for all the time he has had I A letter from far off Adak, Alaska, days and they.were pretty rough. The i.'Tr dr }.dYe'u J7 7a }7 J'i oidibt:: 37ot:t F LrJ7lF di
came'to Mr. and Mrs. Merl Davis last ship we were on, the SS Henry
to make a meat of K rations.
week dated Nov. 25, and written by Failing, wasn't the fastest ship. We r
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Pvt. Lucian A.V lff, who will be made about 7 to 10 miles per hour. -"
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I from Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff, formerly pany representative in this territoryfor nice. There. are eight men in each

Customers of the meat departmentat of Clewiston but now residing in,Zell- at least two years. He writes: hut. We have hot and cold water, IC

Royals were left hanging in the wood, with some interesting news "HI Ya Folks: Well since I last it's like a small apartment, three s

balance Monday when Ray Sullivan concerning Launita. George, who is wrote I sure have done a lot of travel- rooms-one in each end are bed- ,

.. I now living in Oklawaha followingher ing. I left California and went to rooms and one in the center wherewe -

.(; tetCe: :; -tee: :; discharge from the Navy Hos- Salt Lake City, from there to Seattle keep all of our clothes and cook.
pital in Philadelphia, where she wasa
patient for many months. The .
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In reading the News I learned that :

Launita George was living about :

forty-five miles from here since her ii'I1EET\"( ,

6ba discharge from the hospital, so of

course, was very anxious to get in Music The
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touch with her. But I thought it

best to give her time to get adjustedto

11 OiOIJS her new surroundings. Well, to
make a long story short, we here in

Zellwood decided to have a receptor I.
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for the returned soldiers. I was ,
011 Can imagine anything more appropriate'than a' musical
you
made chairman of the immediately
thing, so -- As the Shadows t
got in touch with Launitaand instrument bf some kind? There are no new ones available
invited her over. fall on the close of another I J
I I' at present, but we do have modern styled, new appearing r
She received my letter at noon last year, we desireto
1945 Thursday and called me within the '1 MirrApianos, fully guaranteed. We also: have several thor-
hour, accepting. Naturally we were express our deep -
oughly reconditioned band instruments. The most complete
thrilled to pieces to learn that she appreciation of your

could make it. She told me to meet stock 'of records ,and record albums available both classical good will and friendship -
the bus the next afternoon and I
and popular will be found in our store. Plan now to make wish
and for
did. She managed very well but I to

_L Christmas Is always a welcome could see that she was quite nervousso MTJSIO the answer to jour gift problems. It's the lasting:gift you during the Christmas -
put her to bed to rest the
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event with us, for two reasons: tion being that night. She recep-went -keeps on giving happy listening hours. We invite you to season of 1945 all

first, because we enjoy the through it'fine and was, of course, our store to see our selections.BRUBAKER. the better things that
t spirit of friendliness that i is all-pre the honored guest being the only '....

vailing; second, because it affordsan girl, and the fellows were all so gladto life affords. :: ..
appropriate opportunity .f expressing have her. The paper sent a pho-

our sincere appreciationfor tographer out( and took a lot of pic- MUSIC CO.THE
valued patronage.It .
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tures and was very nice to her.
has, indeed, been a pleasureto StandardOil
The thing that amazed us is that
serve you, and M sending you PALM BEACHES' MOST COMPLETE MUSIC STORE.
she hadn't been any place alone since : Company
our best wishes for a Merry
Christmas do with the her accident so this was really her ;
1 we so hope 206 Datura, West Palm Beach
.that the Christmas season of 1945 maiden voyage and meant that she

will transcend all of its predeceton had regained confidence and won'tbe J. A. McGehee, Agt.

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( { ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC Each of you have a special Invita- FIRST"METHODIST CHURCH of Methodism are "urged to attend store Is selling two-eeater Taylor
11 CHURCH- tion to attend one' and all',of, these. and help In the .erection' of the. new, craft planes on an order plan-with

: Fr. Peter J,; Reilly, Pastor. services. Church School . . 7:15 a. m. Sanctuary. eight hours of flying Instruction
Sunday, December 23, 1945 Regular Worship . 7:45 a. m. thrown in. Plane design enables the
Clewiston ? .. . 11:00. A. M. CLEWI9TON COMMUNITY Services, are being held temporarily FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH passengers to sit side by side, instead I
Pahokee . . .. 9:00 A. M. CHURCH In the Clewlston Community I of tandem fashion as in former Tay->
1 David C. Hancock Minister Church. All Methodists and friends Sunday School . . 9:45 a. m. lorcraft. Retail price is 2295/aml
in _
Alliance, Ohio. 0
ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL' Morning Worship . 11:00 a. m. i
CHURCH Sunday, December 23 1045 Training Union .-. ', ;6:15 p. m.I .
Sunday School-9:45 A. M. Dr. Evening Worship . 7.30'V.: m. IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?
I Services every Sunday at 8:30 C. E. Gericke, Supt. A Christmas F. Deane Duff I i
a. m., at Clewiston Community program will be presented and an .'
I Church. offering taken for the Board of For- REGISTERED REAL ESTATE Store Opens LEGAL 'NOTICE
\ THE REV. S. D. MASON Missions. "BROKER
eign
I Plane SectionNEW TO MYRTLE CLONTZ GUY,' WHOSE
Morning Worship-11:00 A. M.. A ADDRESS IS UNKNOWN:
ASSEMBLY OF GOD Glades. Ilendry and I'nlm Beach '
t I: ;: South Clewiston nursery for small children is conducted County Land for More Than You are heresy notified that Bill for
Mother's Club at the 23 YearnGULF YORK Divorce has been
by the Shoppers at the filed against you by
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Rev. W. H. Magee, Pastor I. Gimbel Brothers Ned Guy in the Circuit Court of Hendry
Community Center. department store, of
-- County, Florida, at LaBelle and you are
I "A Refiner's Fire" is the theme of y- this city, had a further glimpse of required to appear In said suit on Janu
I Sunday school, 10:00 a.m. the minister's sermon. "things to ,come" this week when ary 15, 1946, or-the Bill will be takenas
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Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.Children's confessed
Church, 6:30 p. in. Annual Sunday School Christmas. I they found personal airplanes dis- WILLIAM T. HULL,I
Program at 7:30 P. M. LIFE INSURANCE CO. played in a special ninth-floor section Clerk Circuit Court
Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m. Hendry County, Florida
"If They Should Come Today, a I of their own. (SEAL)
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You are cordially Christmas pageant, will be presentedby G. Nottingham, Agent Purchases can't exactly be madeon H. A. RIDER,
with us. the Church School under the direction I a basis Attorney for Complainant.
Box G527Clewlston cash-and-carry but the
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a Sunday School . . 10:q 0 a. m. David C. Hancock; Minister. -
Preaching . . . 11:00 a. m.
,; Evangelist Service . 7:00 p. m. Johnson's Fish Camp J t tE:1
Prayer Meeting Tuesday. 7:15: p. m.1 ,
Y. P. E. Thursday . 7:15 p. m. (Near Hurricane Gate) i E:1 Wishing You
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celebrated Christmas sometimes under the :.' ..' to those who have sacrificed and endured most in those tragic
\ greatest of difficulties, to nothing of _
say _,' years of strife. This Christmas we shall all be drawn in closer
danger. Today, in warm, lighted homes we "'0.; .J
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O thought of those early hardships. It might the immortal message that fills the world with hope, ''Peace on

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I will not be successfullyconi ..... ........ eld"'in the'L'ee' County, Jail'o'h.iO- ,planning for ,during the;.'foneiiness I :' ;
deed it .
Clewwton NeWo'Published .:;(;':..: ..:..:..:.:w-.x.: : : : : : : -0 00 bond.
The world- rs.
eluded unless we can instill a .. of the last'few'y May ..the'words
consciousness, into ev ry.g91'ernment *r 1 '' ; "Peace on earth, good will to men"
In the -world, into every{ person' in Remember When-- The Florida. State'College' for' Wo- be & -reality(: from now. .on. and not.
Florida by every the FrJday'C'LEWISTON'In Clewlttoq NEW, those governments and into every Nail men was closed' 'ea'rly' due .toan: :' just. .a' ;quotation" from the story. of'
Frances
IDC. citizen or subject of those govern: By. epidemic of flu. There were 150 the nativity. Let's all go all out lora

ments. . . . .................. ...:................ I, cases reported., I Christmas that we 'will remember
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'Entered 'as second class mail matter I. Fear, Jealousy and greed have been ............................... . . . .. ', *._ ."*' .'- -. X i always The Christmag-tree, ..iightllare'on'
February 1; 1927, at the Post Office Act of hClewiaton. the motivating power of wars since;: ",(Taken from the 'files of the; Clewiston In the spirit of the season may' I gg '1.b. all over.the'worldv., .. ,:: "'
under the
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March 3,.. 1S97.Florida I' time; began and unless we can obliterate News December 21, 1945.) wish, for you all a very Merry" Christ- ')J, .
them- from the minds,, hearts Announcement waS made of the mas. Many families are reunited this Florida:to'Keep'
CAIt1t and actions of all the various peo- arrival of Santa Clfius;scheduled'far year for the first time in several
Publl berSubscription I ples of the world we can confidently Monday night, December 24'. Three years. Many of us have r resumed a Navy Reserve VesselsGREEN

Ilntc--f. JSO Per Year look; forward to having our childrenand large boxes of gifts for CIewiston"syounger normal way of living, that we have

Advertlalne Rates On 'Application.1 their children bleed and die on generation were shipped learp.ed to love so well, after, the interruption COVE SPRINGS..:Nearly
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some battlefield or blasted into noth- from Chicago. A program includingthe of the war years. The'year 200 vessels of the United States ,
ingness, in our cities and towns. The singing of Christmas carols and just past has brought moreHhan the Navy, vanguard of more than ,800 i
Devoted to the advancements .welfare weapons of war grow daily more the distribution of gifts at' the com- usual sorrows to some of us and I ships that will comprise part of the
of Clewiston and Hendry County horrible but never can they grow so munity tree in the park was planned.The more than our share of happiness toO. reserve ,Atlantic Fleet, are at anchor
i horrible as to prevent war. The air- 'big news of the week, for the While the loss of loved ones is perhaps 1 I here in the nation's largest berthing

plane was supposed to have been adult population was the successfultest more acute at this season of I I space. All types of naval vessels are
NATIONAL DnORAL! the ultimate development in war run of the mill. On the strokeof the year, still too is happiness ac-, included. They are still seaworthy
SSOCIATIQfeiOn when at the close of the first world noon on December 17, the signalwas centuated and joy Is unconfined. Thisis and are being put into condition for
war they dropped a few pounds of given, the switch thrown and the Christmas, for most of us, 1 immediate service should a need forIseapower
explosives on railroads, bridges and I the 42 ton flywheel began to turn, that we have been dreaming, of and l arise.
cities. Now the atomic bomb is the followed hv the eears' and mill rolls,
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ultimate. Tomorrow, and a not too the cane carrier, first, crusher and .
far distant tomorrow may see it in' bagasse carrier. So smoothly did the '; -.00 B A

The House the limbo of outmoded war materiel.The mill run that it might have been an CONTRACTORS. BUILDERS & HOME: OWNERS
only weapon which will wipe ordinary day's work in a mill that OF PALM:: BEACH COUNTY \

1 By D. C. S., the 'shadow of the grinning face of had been in operation for some time. Here Now
; Mars from the face of the earth lies accompanied at the initial test run by

\ in the minds and hearts of each of us. B. G. 'Dahlberg, president, was ac-
This week we bring forth our It is a three-pointed weapon and its Jules M. Burguieres, executive vice- 200,000 Feet of

Christmas edition and although it points are tolerance, understandingand president; P. G. Bishop, operating rr
looked for a time like we might bea a firm, unfaltering hand against vice-president; William G. Ames, P. Long Leaf Yellow Pine Dry FramingLUMBER"
week late we made 'it alright and those who would plunge a group, a A. Poche and Captain Duff, and a

hope you like it. And this, incidentally country, a continent or the world into. group of General Electric officials.
is the third Christmas edi the: maelstrom of war. Mr. Dahlberg and Mr. Burguieres
tion we'we put out this week in our I drank the first cupful of juice to be tAll

shop and while the other two were Latest estimates are that some extracted. Thus was the first sugar J

smaller it' required considerable 300,000 long tons of natural rubber, produced in Clewiston.
manipulation and work and you who harvested and secreted by Far East Lengths
2x4s 2x6s 2xlOs
2.\8s- -2xl2s
have job work we couldn't finish this natives ,during the war, may be found Mrs. C. A. Jackson and Mrs. J. G.

week we hope will bear with us. ready for early shipment, accordingto Allhands were joint hostesses at a Wood Dowels Moulding Etc.
With these editions behind us we Dean,, Carson, director of business shower honoring Mrs J. E. Beards-. ,
too are able to take a deep breath, research for the B. F. Goodrich Co. ley. '
give forth with a lusty "Merry Christ This is equal to one-fourth the aver- NATIONAL' BUILDERS 'SUPPLY CO.

mas" and wish for you the happiestof age annual world'consumption in pre- The driver of' the hit and run car 500 First; St., at F.E.C. Tracks, West; Palm Beach, Phone 7123

holidays while we are forgetting war, years. that killed two LaBelle children was ..=..-r.r.: "w'! .T .....="'.r.:;=,:I .j.'V.......>(t"r.l'I'L.' ...=..L..f'.A'L '.;_r ,,!;,'1M"I7 S
for a day the trials and tribulationsof
being a country editor in a keerenjoyment

of the holiday; ft ....

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From all we can gather there'll be .1

few folks around town who will haveto ... ... n
work on Christmas Day. Even the Y '
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sugar house is closing down so that
employees may have the day off
Since the holiday is on Tuesday
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there will be a few lucky ones who :
will be able to take,a real long week ;: : r

end but for most of us it will be ; S omethinc'1 ,'
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simply the one'day''andse're 'grate- pt r 's \y CM
ful for that. The churches are plan \ r r
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ning Christmas programs as usual t/

but there was some fear felt this:

Tree week, that planned the by community the Legion Christmas, might; /, :.;'.t o Sin gAb, o; u, fL--!

bog down because' of inability to procure --- '.. -. -' {.
the necessary sweets, fruits and \ \
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toys. There'll probably be a front
announcement r regarding this : : Z: .
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But despite continued shortages of ; :!t #' .,.

*many items it will be the greatest \ ,. .. .... dO 3e
Christmas the world has had for : '
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several years and in.the new year .
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there is hope of a return to normalcy ,1'
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The heavens put on' a great show ..

Tuesday night for everyone, whether I NO-LONGER RATIONED!
interested in astronomy or not, for
the total eclipse of the moon was

clearly visible in this area. We -, I
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didn't have to stay up late to watch Ti _.'. ,4c/ :. '1 .. \W 41 ,"w .-.
r it, didn't have to use smoked glassesto ,. ;' "'

observe it, nor brush the clouds fl .Y'T; : :. .1 :: \ ; : "
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out of the way to find out what was -.. '

going on. And the play was madeto ..., .A4% J./ ,'
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a capacity audience. ,.', ..'.-. ."'1 ',) .
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By H. Clark Bell ..,'
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that this year the Biblical phrase, $ ..'

"peace on earth, good will toward ..:.: .j/ ."
men" has a deeper significance than

ever before. This is the first Christ- 'Yes[ all you bathroom baritones, lift your ,And to the owners of homes, public buildings, ., !
mas season we have enjoyed in four ,

years the blasts without of the bombs roar shattering of guns and the voices in joyful song! Fuel oil i is off the ration hotels and apartment houses i in South- .

peace and quiet of the entire world '., 'SS IJ
and the heart-sickening; knowledge .' list' .. and that means you can have all Florida, the Belcher Oil Company'extend' .:: ;" : .: .'

that our loved ones:: were in' the -' .
midst of it and that any day might the hot water you .want when you want it! most grateful thanks for your wholehearted .l '

bring the dreaded announcementfrom :.).f'" ,
the War Department that in- cooperation in conserving fuel oil during the : '

evitably and inadequately .started' No longer need hot water be restricted to the :", :I>li1- '
.' "We regret to inform ". ""'"" I
you thus contributing to final
victory
; .. war years, 4rTtateS. I
This year we are removed from : ;.-, : ; -
1 morning and hours. Now there is.vl ; I
that precipice of fear and even ; I evening '.*i.. ,
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though some, of our boys are still : 'r'J' ,
overseas we can look into the future ,'.. : .. x plenty of fuel oil for all the water. heaters in We are glad to assure you ,prompt metered.--i.,;

with happier hearts and more peace- .> :. \

ful minds and 'give thanks that our all the homes, hotels and apartment houses delivery of all the fuel oil you require for1..... -*
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personal costs were no greater than -"I.fl'
they were. And'our losses, however > :, ;/ )
in
\- South Florida. You .can shave, bathe all your needs. :
minimized ,
great, are by the sure ,I v !
knowledge that whatever the price; ;., ,
shower shampoo hour of the day or ;
freedom of body and mind and spirit any y i
is worth that "and more. 8t BE LC'IER '" -
i :f We have that freedom now and we night, and be assured of plenty of good hot ..

have paid for it with blood twice in .' 1'\' '-.
the last twenty-five years. .And: 'we water on tap at all times. "Ain,'t it a,grand Vglorious 0 -i

will pay for it again and again 11
II' ESTABLISHED 1915 "
we, as citizens of the best and'great: I ; feeling? y
.. MIAMI AND' PORT EVERGLADES, FLORIDA.
est example of working democracythe : ; _
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world has ever seen, do' not make
J as great an effort to put some universal
meaning into the phrase,
"peace on earth( good will toward
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men," as we did to fight ourS greatest '
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f L :| MRS BRIDGE NIELSEN CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs. ENTERTAINS Expectant mother., Des- er, family pet.;:.E., 'C' ..,Mills,. ,
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A. .....-.u..- .. ._..... .'.. r....._..J-............. .. ....w!.. .. ...........!..HM !M. ..!..:; -C.: .,J; :Nielsen entertained d 'at perate.\ Inquire, News of '
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P. Slonaker was a visitor in her home on Pasaden: Avenue Wednesday fice. ,
-w.1' afternoon for hey bridge IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION: PAID 1
Sunday;. :
Palm 'Beach '
West ,re .;
t' .-.:-.- I club. High score prize was' won by .._---
Mrs. Otto ,Larsen and second high I
Palm Beach Saturday. :
Porter 'In' Miami '
Mrs. Frank was
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:went to,Mrs N. V. S.
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shopping.Tuesday, Playing ,at two tables, were Mrs.
Mrs. T. Vaughn, Lyn Vaughn,.
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'J R. C. Wilson, Mrs. F. E. Conkling,
arid Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Sr., were GOLF BALLS
"I ,f', "Mary M. Stalls went to Miami on" Saturday visitors. in West Palm Mrs.,H. A. Bestor, Mrs. J. E. Beards-

.- Tuesday for several days.' Beach. ley, Mrs. W.: C. Owen, Mrs. L. H.

[ .Nash,' Mrs.Mumford, and Mrs. Lar-
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Miss Estelena Heusted was a weekend sen.. ;
Miss Shirley Ruth Rodriguez, a 1
I visitor in, Miami.Mr. .
student at Barry College in Miami, ,
is spending the holidays with her LIBRARY TO CLOSE OBTAINABLE AT II

':" and Mrs. Ab Wright of Ar- parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M.: Rodriguez -

cadia were' here on business for several The Clewiston Library will be

:: days last week. closed after Friday night, December Clewiston Golf Course

.-- ..'.' ,- Mrs. S. P. Slonaker, Mrs.: Frank 21, until 'Wednesday evening, January -

-. :Norma,--Jean and Peggy Barnes of Cox, Mrs R. J. Blount and Mrs. Hu- 2, it was announced this week

';:':;'-LaB lle were the week-end house bert Land visited in .West Palm by Mrs. R. C. Wilson. ,After that t

";',:guests of -Mr.: and Mrs. G. H. Small. Beach Wednesday. date the usual hours will be observed. -

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',' in Camp Butner, North Carolina, following -
Wynn attended the Snell funeral WITH MRS BROADRICKThe '
a forty-five day furlough here "(
Okeechobee Sunday.
-, -, with Mrs. Suggs. Ann Judson Circle met at the BRINGING BEST

WISHES FOR A '
.: Mrs. Elbert L. Stewart and Mrs. home of Mrs. W. R. Broadrick on
Mr. and Mis. Robert Hester and
A. L. Moorman and Lee were in West : Tuesday afternoon. The hostess gave

,: Palm Beach shopping Monday I I son, Gene, who have been residents the devotional, reading the story of MERRYCHRISTMAS. .
of the local Trailer Park for the past Mrs. Fred
the nativity from Luke.

I : Mrs. C. ,A. Wheeler of Pittsburg, year. have moved to Riviera. Sikes read the poem, "I heard The i

I ,' Kansas/is the house guest of'JMr. and pent Bells On Christmas Day" by Long- .

Mrs.. L.:'M: Wheeler. George F. the week- fellow; Mrs. W. J. Robison gave a : /
.. end in West Palm Beach as the guest the ChristmasTree .. .
reading, "Trimming ;: :
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Mr. and Mrs. C. L. and of Mr. and Mrs. 'Robert Hester and L. '
MqLendon; and Mrs. F. Dunaway
;. family were shopping in West Palm son 'of West Palm Beach. closed the program with a prayer. :

Beach Saturday The circle chairman, 'Mrs. W.. A. "
Shopping in West Palm Beach .
: Montgomery, presided over the busi- _
,- Mr. Davis Paho- Tuesday were Mrs. W. M. Johnson, ,
; and Mrs. L. F. of ness session that followed The com-

"'. kee, were the, week-end guests of Mr. Mrs. J. C. May, Mrs., J. S. Taylor munity mission for December will

j:. and Mrs." C. J. Lovvorn. and Betty and Miss Dorothy Sealey. be giving a Christmas basket to a

:' :"f; '. :.*,*.,./\, needy family. Cottage prayer meet- TO OlD"FRIENDS AND NEW

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rudd ,and Cari' Mr.. and 'Mrs. Larry I.-'Walden, Sr., ings will be held in the home of
, of Plan City will be the house
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Wes't
oline Howard were visitors in circle members each Thursday

f.' Palm Beach Saturday. ,. I guests of .Mr. and Mrs. Larry I. Wal- ing from 9 until 10 o'clock morn-I' '

'" v, den, Jr., for several weeks. the month of January. '. We ore quite old-fashioned over' ',

1Irs.V.. F. Turner of LaBelle was, reading of the reports of the here old-fashioned enough to
Mrs. Gorda Collins, Mrs. T. A.
the guest for several days this weekof : tees Mrs.. Montgomery read the 'sym know that to merit the confidence
Ted the
Driggers and
Mr. and Mrs. James Harris.. were among bolism of the W. M. U. pin and col-
shoppers in West Palm Beach Mon of the ;
". ors. The meeting closed with a prayer. ./, entire community every

,, Mr. :Mrs W. C. Owen were day transaction we make must rest

the week-end house guests of Mr. Gifts were exchanged during the
: Dr.. R. L. Ringo and Sheriff W. T. upon the solid foundation 'of full
,and Mrs. J. H. Walker. in Miami. social hour and refreshments of fruit
'::'\-',. : Maddox. attended the shrine initiationin value '
'. given.
: ': ---;- cake, whipped cream and coffee were,
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Ii.. Mr.; and Mrs? Roscoe Bass of Avon, Miami last"week end when 175. served to Mrs. Robison, Mrs Sikes ,
"- "initiated, < -T' May good old-fashioned Chris'J
j r: Park :were here on business for several were 'I-A' and Billy Mrs. Dunaway, Mrs. M.' C.' 1. .; .\ 'r, ,
;:', days last week. tip Doke, Mrs. J. B. Harris, Mrs: Mont mas cheer brighten for you the ; ''
\,. .: = I' Mrs., A.x"0.:: 'TVard went to West ",
-- -- gomery and Mrs. Broadrick., hours of this glorious Yuletide .
-- Palm Beach Friday to bring Miss
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: Mr. Mrs. Cobuin Moore of Se-

!,": bring aropending/: 'the holidays'withMrs. :\ Grace Ward:,home to spend the holi- MEN'S' FELLOWSHIP season. ,; .

., 'J. W.Moore and all the'family.: days. Graceattends; Rosarian Aca- UNION MET4 MONDAY J r .:. ..: ( ;r. ;'

'r' >J_ demy. .

f Mrs:' Mark Kennon' spent the :past
The Men's Fellowship Union of,the
11rs.V.. is
D. Cooke of Atlanta
week in Fort Mr. Ken
r; past Myers. Community Church met for"Y'itS .
non went over for her over the week leaving Sunday after spending the : :
\. Christmas dinner meeting on Monday -
<" end. past week here as the guest of, Mr. c\ THE CANEBRAKE RESTAURANT
evening at the Community
I.f and Mrs., V. C. Woodward. Mrs, : '", ., :r
Cooke is the sister of Mr. Woodward. Center; : H':' Cocktail Lounge & Package Store
Willie Sullivan has '
Cpl. who
f Ray I I I W. H.: Rayburn was the ,guest,
just received his discharge from the
interesting
speaker and gave a most 1"
Marine Corps arrived home from the Ray Bass attended the funeral of discussion of the operation of the 1.\ CLOSED ALL CHRISTMAS DAY P'P'j
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Wade Snell in Okeechobee Sunday.I
\ ; west coast on Monday. '
new high pressure boilers which are
11iss.Sylvi. Bass, sister of Ray anda
being used at the starch plant.
Mis. William E. Bolton, Mrs. Frank former resident, was mployed'by.
Rev. David C. Hancock read Hen- --
6:' McCarthy, and Mrs., William C. Pre- the late' Mr. Snell. ry Van Dyke's "Keeping Christmas." 4

witt were _visitors in West Palm I I :Members brought gifts for later
Beach Tuesday. Mrs. Elthea Elmore had as her distribution to worthy children. .J'f MERRY

guests over the week end her father, j
committeefrom
Dinner was served by a
T. R. Ellis, and her sister and broth-
:m er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Buford Pyattof the Women's Association with
Mrs. Joseph Robbins as chairman. 1

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were the guests of Mrs. Ruth /\ 1
Nancy Bolton celebrated her fourth
I B. Owens here recently. J. O. Pearce, -F H I
birthday with a party at the home of TM
t. Sr., is the president of the Okeecho:
I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William E.
bee Cattleman's Association. '
Bolton; :on Saturday afternoon, of

."... Pvt. William Stallings arrived here last week.A .
Sunday, Dec.: 23FJIfrT'ob pink and green color scheme was
Tuesday following his discharge
carried out ,in favors and decorationsand
from the Army in Greensboro, North '
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ti tiVFONlM Carolina on Monday afternoon. He
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joined his wife here after a year'sservice. ,CHRISTMAS DINNER ,
nfAr cake and punch. Each guest received '.
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mas tree filled with candy.
% and Mrs. Thomas B. Owens
A PorOrrlOunl Picture e t Attending were Linda Walker, Pat- :-'.. Florida Citrus Fruit Cup Oyster Cocktail.
and 'sons, Tommy and Jimmy, of ,f, "... *' '
Martin. Linda : Chilled Tomato Juice
1 sy Moon, Donna Gayle .
AM.&" Tampa, and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. '''' -.: '- "
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vorn Currie, Jane Lee, Helen ; : SALADS
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: Monday; Dec. 24 Gayle Geiger, Margie Brown, Mary .
the holidays.Mrs. :' ," < > Lettuce and Tomato J r. "WEST OF PECOS" Catherine, Judy, and Becky Francis, './' :"' ', Apple and HaisinBXTHEES

,Bob Mitchum Lyn Vaughn, Janet Wylie, Alice Ger- .
March Time Cartoon Fred Sikes and Billy and Mrs. I icke, Marilyn Mancock, Georgia I,

W. A. Montgomery spent Friday 'in Weetman, Martha: Jean Nowling, Sara BAKED: PORK CHOPS WITH FRESIt'IUKED APPLE RINGS ;i

Tues. &'Wed.. Dec. 25 & 26 Fort Myers shopping and visited Mrs.H. : Beth Sikes, Lamar McLendon, ,Erik ,', $2.00

Xmas Day, 3 P.M. Continuous J. Roath who is convalescing in : and Carl Larsen, Jennings Ezelle,
the Lee Memorial Hospital after an' ROAST TURKEY OYSTER DRESSING GIBLET GRAVY $2.00 _
David, Matthew, John and 'Jerry ,
"LIFE WITH BLONDIE"A I ROAST BEEF TENDERLOIN NATURAL GRAVY $2.00

; treat for the, whole family. operation. Prewitt, Warren and Gideon Brown, BAKED VIRGINIA HAM: :WINE SAUCE $2.00
Ronnie Wiley David Hancock, John, ..1
,; Cartoon COLD ROAST PORK APPLE SAUCE $1.50
Mr. and Mrs. R.. M. Bishop, Mr. Weetman, Hank Thompson, Jeff ESCALOPED OYSTERS '$1.50

', Thuis. & Fri., Dec. 27 & 28 and Mrs.' E. E. Kelly,Mr. and Mrs. Nash and Billy ,Sikes. "
Elbert L. Stewart, Mr. and ''Mrs. W. CHOICE [OF TWO VEGETABLES::
"HOUSE ON 92nd STREET"
C. Owen' and Dr. and Mrs' J. W. Fresh Yellow Squash Fresh Carrots and Peas
First Official F. B. I. ,
Story' of
ALE,1938
Ezelle were guests at Hendry Coun FOR \ Cream Cauliflower Whole' Kernel Corn

;, the Atomic ,Bomb ty day ,at Gulfstream Park near Hol- Candied Yams Whole Parsley Potatoes ,

',: Cartoon News lywood Thursday. Chevrolet' 1 12 1 ton Stake .ir '. 'DRINK ;

}<. Saturday, Dec..29 ,' body truck, 1941 Chevrolet Coffee,' Tea Milk
Captain and \Irar.'Erank E. Veltte'are -, ;
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;'. GEORGE GERALDINe Eli spending the Christmas holidays dump truck. Christ- : DESSERTSS "
SANDERS Fruit Cake
FITZGERALD
RAINES with Mrs. Veltre's parents' Mr. and, Pumpkin Pie
5I Plain Homemade Cake Rum Sauce i
: ,Mrs: C .W, Fuller.\ :. The Veltres are ian Chevrolet. Choice of Ice Cream I '

from Fort' Bragg, North Carolina,

l where he has been stationed for the ROOM FOR RENT Dinner will be served from 12 till 2:30 and we will

1 past four years. r be closed the rest of the day.

ua l MACGILL Sill AUGOOD 'I Two gentlemen. 332 E.
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Manning
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Cartoon Jungle.Queenl: ,''1o.8. Keen ,of, .Pahokee will ,interested ,I Obispo. H. L.. Jenkins. THE

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; smaller poles fqr a while. A car of ROYAL AMBASSADORSPLAN Private Planes To and was' graduated from Miami high ;

: I ELECTRIC CO-OP TO large' poles was expected 'Wednesday XMAS. PARTY .!' school. He started out as a banker, I
and between three and six cars Save Time For working for the Florida National

are expected in a few days. A great Plans were formulated at the December Bank for ten years before becominga
:' ELECT DIRECTORS deal of wire and hardware is now at 13th meeting of the Royal Busy Executives theater manager. The theater circuit

hand and fifty meters are ready for Ambassadors for their first annual ..- which he now manages includes ,
installation. Christmas party to be held on December Florida business men with inter- the Royal Theater in Miami and the "

r ON JANUARY 31ST 20th. Names were ,drawn by city offices will be shuttling across five State Theaters, Inc., of Tampa."Prize" .
7 RUTH JCLASS HAS ITS the boys present for the purpose of state by private planes in the near 1
ANNUAL XMAS. PARTY exchanging gifts at that time. After
future, A. W. Corbett, general man-
'(Moore Haven Democrat) Livestock Free
the gifts are opened at the party they ager of circuit. of Florida theaters, ':
': board of
At a meeting of the The Ruth Class of the First Bap- will be packaged and sent to the predicted this week. From Price
directors of the, Glades Electric Co- met on- for the Baptist Children's Home Arcadiato ControlsLivestock J
tist Church Friday in Corbett, who plans to fly his own
operative at their office here on regular monthly meeting and Christmas bring happiness to the less for- plane and is now studying for his
Thursday night of last week, a nomi- party at the home of Mrs.' O. A. tunate boys and girls of the Home. pilot's license at the Embry-Riddle calves and hogs exhibited -

nating committee was named from Anderson.Mrs. At a special meeting of the com- School of Aviation In Miami, expectsto and auctioned at recognized fairs
,,' outside the board to set up a slate W. R. Broadrick presided at bined Junior and Intermediate Royal save at least six weeks' time in
of' directors to be elected on are exempt from price control. This
new the meeting. Mrs. A. R. Broadfootled Ambassadors, held on Monday, December business travel each year after he'
i'' January 31. Nominations will also in, prayer. A letter was read to 17, a considerable supply of gets his license. applies to all exhibitors, as well as

be accepted from the floor. the group from Mrs. H. C. Meador.At canned foods was donated by the "Private 4-H clubs and FFA members.The .

i Members of the nominating committee the conclusion of the business a boys to be used in making up a the time involved planes can in greatly reduce the exemption was granted to encourage
covering
,j i were C. E. Miner of Hendry short program that included the devotional basket for some needy family in
Flem- long distances between Miami and exhibitors to return to their
G. E.
Greene
County; Mack by Mrs. Broadfoot, a carol, Clewiston during the holidays. Arch
Coun- Tampa, Jacksonville and Tallahassee peacetime showings. Since fairs stimulate
Glades
Heflin of
ing and Jacob "Come All Ye Faithful," a readingby Hodges, Frank Porter and R. H. "
Commissioner Jackson, and other leading Florida cities, interest in improving livestockand
ty; County Mrs. Broadrick and a reading by Crawford are on the committee to determine
he said. have real
a educational value
Mr. Peters and two others fromHighlands Mrs. Robison, was presented. As an which will receive
,1\ family Born in OPA feels
whose names were 'St. Augustine, Corbett has that exhibitors should be
County close joined hands selected
inspiring
everyone the basket but the name
; lived in Miami for the past 25'yea granted this price exemption.
f not. obtained. and repeated the Lord's Prayer. The will not be divulged to the R. A.
-1 A tentative plan was made to have remainder of the evening was spentin boys. Those present at the'meeting M/VMNW-I\
.1 one member of the boarcl from Hen- singing Christmas carols and exchanging -' also donated about a thousand cou-
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dry County, one member from the gifts of toys, which will be pons which will be used for their:
City of Moore Haven, three others sent to the children of the Baptist cash value by the W.M.S. of the First
from Glades County and four members Home at Arcadia. Baptist Church in the purchase of

II from Highlands County. Mrs Anderson served a luncheonto Christmas gifts for the boys and girls :{
I, : The hiring of a manager was discussed Mrs. George F. Serson, Mrs. E. E. 'I lof the Baptist Home in Arcadia

I at length but action was deferred Kelly, Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs. Broad- Boys who were present and joinedin ( .. ,

!I until a later meeting. This foot, Mrs. F. E. Chalker, M 's. T. L. the worthy effort were: Richard .... :{ .

,' meeting was scheduled to have been Tanner, Mrs. Thorne, Mrs. Prevatt, Twiddy, Billy and Alfred Watton, I, 1
t held last night. There was also some Mrs. Grant, Mrs.' Fred Topper, Mrs. Alvin and Bobby Garrett, Billy Sut- s A f .
I discussion relative to hiring an engineer Ben Bolton, Mrs. Arch Hodges, Mrs. ton, Jackie Lindsay, Eddie Musgrave,

for the plant but action was de- Robison, Mrs: Andrews, Mrs. W.' A. John Finley, Howard Small, Wayne \
I ferred until title for site is clear and Montgomery, Mrs. E. Twiddy, Mrs. and J3 J:
King, Billy Nail, Manning Carter : .,
abstract is obtained from the city. Broadrick, Mrs. M. C. Doke, Mrs. J. Juan Billingsley. Following the bus- I- : .
II The pole line on the north route E. Elder, Mrs. Carl Anderson, Mrs.F. iness of the meeting the boys joinedin
,' now extends from the west side of L. Dunaway, Mrs. 'Fred Sikes and '
an hour's game period. ;
j', the Wiggins pasture to the W. J. Mrs. J. B. Harris. : one .
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"" lack of large main 'line poles madeIt Fifty-five per cent of the Guatemalans With Our Boys- c',., agd .

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1 J li :', like a city, the only thing missing i' 10'" YUlETIDE .

( being women. This is what you would Jr
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This Year More Than :--" "How is the telephone service now ':: ri.J, :{ -
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You ajfflerrp .,:,,'/(.. plan now. I want to work either for ".>j :, "Let not one, heart'''be sad today, '

the Bell Telephone Co., or the Santa 1 May every child ,be glad and gay,
Fe railroad. But I gue'ss I'll do telephone -
. Cfjrtsitma :work if I get a chance. I'm a "I'! God. bless thy children, great and

.little too old to change my trade now: small, .
"Well how is everybody? Has r. (. .
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anything happened in the big city of ,tt' or ,

;: THE BROWN FAMILY LaBelle since I've' : been away? Are :' 1 M 7' And may each soul keep festival .. I
there businesses or any- ; .
any new : -
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.. thing, .who is home from the Army? .l !
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Catherine and Gid etc. I'm way behind on the:news. '1'

"Well I'm all out of news as there ;K \. ;. : We wish all of our : t

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for now. Answer" soon. Always a y.MERRY, MERRY CHRISTMAS :' : ,

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g: L\ well is to bring joy to everyone .:, f.< landscape try to catch

we can. This, we believe, is the '" .. '. a glimpse of a mythical

spirit of this community one Time To Hang Up ,. sleigh drawn by mythical
'of the living reindeer But there is naught
important reasons why
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here affords such genuine Your Stocking
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'' To you who have stood by us so One of the biggest _' > That Christmas of 1945 may

! faithfully during the year 1945 we \L items in your Christmas =.... "" be for you the happiest

wish a whole world of happiness stocking this Yule season ':', : Christmas of all is our sin-
wish. ,
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Merry Christmas to you and to of thanks to you and our ,
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is now in the hands of the printers, I will discuss pedigrees of the animalsas I i I Ranch, Bartow; Heart-Bar Ranch, that Sugar Stamp number 39 will be.
Sugar CorporationTo reveal that the United States Sugar they are sold. Kissimmee; Stuart Brothers, Bartow;; validated for consumer purchase of
corporation at Clewiston will con- Other consignors include J. A. Bar- Milton R. Thomas & Sons, Sarasota; five pounds of sugar on January 'J, i
Send Registered ,sign "Whester the Great," a two- thle, San Antonio; Frank Bass, Wau- B. W. Vaughn, Bradenton; Wilbanks and will expire April 30.. '.
Brahmans To Ocala |year-old son of "Rexmar," Mann chula; Dr. H. P. Bevis, Arcadia; A. Brothers, Tampa, and Frank & Helene The civilian sugar allocation for 1'the ':-
I Ranch sire, out of "Luella." "Rex- Y. Carlton, Sarasota; U. S. Chapman, Williamson, Okeechobee. first quarter of 1946 recently an- I'
mar's" breeding includes. imp. Mar- Kissimmee; John S. Clardy, Ocala; nounced by the U. S. Department of :
OCALA-Registered Brahman cattle I tin, imp. Moroto, and "Aristocrata.'* Crum Brothers, Plant City; Dur- I No Extra Sugar Agriculture Is not sufficient to per- i L
from Clewiston will be included in The 1946 offering larger than rance Ranch, Brighton; Russell Farmer mit increasing rations ; -
the second annual Ocala Registered last year's sale, which was a pre- Wauchula; L. S. Harris, Bar- For Next Quarter .
Brahman ,sale January 18, accordingto cedent established when 48 head sold I tow;' Candy Bar Ranch, Arcadia; I. ) New York State Troopers have
R. G. "Bob" Herrmann., sales for an average price of $498.23. A. Krusen,. Zephyrhills; Lester Brothers made more than 50,000 ,arrests on _.
manager. In all sixty head will bet Quality in the 1946 sale will be better St. Petersburg; G. W. Mann Industrial and institutional users more than 80 different charges in a ';'
>rfered at public auction, including I than last year, Herrmann. de- of sugar were advised this week by year, and have a record of convictions i '
37 bulls and 23 females. clared. OPA that allotments will be contin- 'in 95 per cent of these cases. )
Listing in the sale catalog, which "That is because a committee of Mrs. Stewart Wins- ued at the same levels-for the first I I.

five directors of the association visited quarter of this year. The ,only exception FOR SALE-Caterpillar' 50 Tractor, t
-t:; -:!!.': c:: -t: t: !e; -c. various herds in the state and II (Continued from.Page 1) I is for products which include used very little, A-l shape; John I 't- ,
'jams, jellies, fruit butters, and
felt woulddo I mar-
selected the animals they
I by ballot. Deere No. 11 new land palmetto bottom L...
the most good for the breed," Hostesses during the tea hour were malades. plow weighs 1,600 pounds; Dia- I.
Herrmann stated. Mrs. Gene Powers, Mrs. J. E. Beards- Sugar allotments for institutionalusers mond-T %-ton truck,..flat:body, new
"We spent nearly a week touringthe ley, Mrs. ,E. M. Cornette and Mrs. J. for the January-February per- rubber; Niagara power sprayer' on
state to select cattle that will K.. Rogers. Mrs. Rackstraw presided deliveries are made from the plant rubber; 2" and 4" self-pViming direct ;; .
6ba serve as a 'show window' of the Brah- at the tea table. Fruit cake, whipped iod will be computed on the basis of engine 'drive centrifugal pump ?on f...
man breed." cream, salted. nuts, tea and coffee the same" per-meal allowances as at rubber; Myers home pump;unit; 6-ft. :
I I. The- sale will follow a two-day was served. I the present.At Electric refrigerator John Dorfng, I.-
i I show and will be held in the pens of Members present were Mrs. C. 'M. the same time he announced Wauchula, Fla. ,.v _' 2 timesMore .
'the Southeastern Fat Stock show, Pirkle, Mrs. R. C. Nowllng, Mrs.. G. .... .. f I .
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JO1OllS. i which are being doubled in capacity N.. Pitzen,. Mrs. U. T.: Koch, Mrs. E. I ; : J
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in readiness for
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judge the show. Mrs.. J. P. Bartz. Guests were Mrs. ... : .:" + r !
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McNurlen, Umatilla veteran Loyd Kelly '- ; .
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our best wishes for a Merry 4_..&..... ....
Christmas we do so with tho hope .. .
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in real happiness for you.. .,' HAPPY NEW YEAR .

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j I. Christmas ''Pledge of I new growth' products.. ,by by the the development expansion of of The New and The Old

Lasting Peace is Hope our manufacturing facilities; leading
not only to new opportunity for our When we observe an old tradition
., Of Everyone This YearThe own service men, but to new mar- this.year and put on the season's Yule
kets and a more dependable incomefor log, we needn't think that we are
the farmer and to better living doing it for the last time. The atomic J
bells of Christmas, 1945 sing
for all of us. and electronic age is on the threshold
a no one song but many. >
For they sing to each alone The plans which will make this of our lives, but it won't change I
F bringing joy to the family reunited, I growth a reality are already in effect everything. -
ahead at full Of course we may burn atoms instead -
the and we are going
: comfort to the bereaved, solace to
.. ;. speed. of coal in the not too far dis-
/I. lonely.Yet, there is one song they sing to i I tant future. Scientists made such a i ::: : :.; :

,Ii; i .all-a song of hope of hope for 1 1i Adorns prediction this week while heraldinga :: .
i I : lasting peace and a brighter world Soap complete new day of gadgets and C tU oHe aHd *" 1945 ,

l:I I of decency, good fellowship and op Christmas TreesTime streamlined simplification of our "
I portunity.In lives. ihrstmis Cheer
; .:". the building of such a world, That means that we will be "turn-
! ,.; one company obviously can play only for planning Christmas decorations ing on the heat" in more ,than a fig-
! '. a small part. But we believe we can r brought a .useful tiP.this urative sense somewhere along the .
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w men who fought for and earned our Yule trees 'a frosted, snowy appear- nature and its appreciation of ."'':
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help create' the kind of economic stability The :recipe; Use three or four Cups things that- never change. know
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I t.', in our nation that will enable of soap flakes to one cup "of water. Like the Yule log, for instance. A may you fragrance "- -' _

I ;,; these men to. grow in their jobs and Beat in an electric beater or vigor-'I Perhaps the fptpre? will 'decree L" Of hemlock, pine and holly.
live full, happy lives. ously with a ,Dover beater until it is against, this, too; but somewhere 1
1 ,. No one can tell exactly What will very smooth and fluffy. Then spreadit there is' always 'compromise and a .; fJ Again may friendly voices call ';,
happen in the years ahead, but we be- immediately over the branches of happy blending between the old.and //
lieve that we can meet our. responsibilities the tree, scattering it on with the the new. That's why we'lltake,, their .' :'.-; ( A greeting warm and jolly; .
only by a policy of vigorous hands. atoms and their helicopter, too, and .
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HOMOGENIZED .
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automatic shave while atoms are -. '. -, '. I
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I true in spite of a Florida recordingof I I Shaw left the car after the crash so I\
Santa Rings 'Florida'sCash as much as six points below did not see the tragic evidence of the

in March and lesser wreck..
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Registers to na-\\ .
downward in five other months l
Tune of $100,000,000( year., -e; .tC. tgI
The trade body's: prediction i is

-- based on a, five year study of retail
Christmas: sales In Florida stores sales fluctuations and volume as indicated
may expected to reach the $100- by partial reports issued by I O
monthly volume the Bureau of Census and banking
000,000 mark, highest !
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of the Florida State Chamber of Commerce -
forecast today in its weekly Southern Pine Ceiling

business review.
That December, 1945, will high- Raised Five Per Cent
Step previous months in the history p 0 ?fIJI; .
of retail sales I 0( .,
in volume
of the state OPA's recent upward adjustment t '1 ?

seems apparent. with in' the ceiling price for Southern Pine
Even the empty-shelf economy'which lumber Is the first step in a plan to
retailers and customers alike compliance with ceiling
general
are struggling, will not reduce the secure prices. Prices for Southern pine
Value of Santa's pack as he, calls- on produced by mills generally are being, ri.Santa : .

Floridians.As! increased 4.7 per cent, or an averageof .
previously p inted.out, the phe- $1.25 per 1,000 board feet. For
nominal gains in sales of independent small mills that produce rough lum- A GOOD WAY to keep Christmas

retailers in Florida through December berber only and do not operate plan / JL well is to bring joy j to everyone
of 1944, led the nation. ing mills, increases average $5 per This believe is the
this background of cumulated we can. we ,
Against feet is authorized.
during 1,000 board 'Claw would never get of this -t
gains, small increases There will be no resulting increase spirit community one,
1945 are all the more significant.. with our of the living
in ceiling prices to builders, farmers down tho chimney important reasons why
January
Monthtodate'increases, and citizens buying southern pine, load of good wishes for a here affords such genuine
the
October, 1945, equal national ,
through being required
retail dealers are -
average of 9 percent. This Js because to absorb the price increases Merry Christmas to the pleasure.To? .

people of this community you who have stood by us so

:1 'S ,:tttte: t: MRS CHRISTIE'S GUESTS because he just couldn't -, faithfully during the year 1945 we ,

DELAYED BY TRAIN WRECK wish a whole world of happiness
c c squeeze through. pressed into this Christmas season.
cif 4 (Hendry County News), You've been mighty goodto
Merry Christmas to you and to
Mrs. Harriet Wheeler of Staten Island us and we appreciate it :
M and Miss Agnes Shaw of New beyond words. We want you every member of your family. .

York arrived Monday night after a
delay of more than twelve hours because to enjoy Christmas this sea I

of the wreck of the Silver, son of 1945 as never before. ,
Meteor[ and the Sun Queen which occurred
at 3:45 a. m. Sunday at Kol-'1

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which was fifth in line from the rear ALDERMAN & WRIGHT .-'/.:
and said they felt only a slight jar ,-(
when the train stopped suddenly. II; Elbert L. Stewart
[ moved suit cases they had with them Furniture Company '
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J i war could have been turned as Boons 1( -tG "- ,t

it was and BO we find ourselves
! : deeply indebted to this great free

enterprise that, at its own expense, --,
Too Late To Classify :
laid the groundwork for the later development c : Lr'a I

of the greatest air force
f:' RUSSELL KAY
By the world has ever known.

Just as Pan-American played a

r (..:o(+:..:o-.x..:..:..:..: ..:..: major part in helping to win the war, qer%

I so it is playing an equally importantjob

The writer, like most all newspapermen in establishing world peace. We

-finds each incoming mail burdened will never really know peace in the
world until we know and understandour
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neighbor nations.In .
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r i most of it so poorly prepared and of world hours instead of weeks and Vv

I I' ',; so little interest that it finds its way months apart. Pan-American has r9v 5Jid

i into a convenient waste-basket. Now probably done more than any other .

I r and then a piece of interesting literature single agency to stimulate a kindlier gzc of joo I'r

I arrives that really stands out; feeling and better understanding between -

and a booklet that came to my desk the Americas and for that

today issued by Pan American: Air- matter the whole wide world.

ways entitled "Let's Get Better Ac- This one organization has trained

quainted" was in that class.It thousands of young men and women we see little boys and:girls shak-

contains a record of aviation for posts in other countries, they "HARK THE HERALD WHEN hands with Santa Claus this

1 progress that should prove of genuine speak Spanish, Portugese, French
! ,1.l interest to all Floridians. While most and many other languages as fluently ANGELS SING'Once thought comes to mind: -

'.. 1 V1 1'". of us know that this great International as they do English. They have
1 more we assemble in We would like our expression of {
.appreciation
, Airline operates out of Miami thoroughly familiarized themselveswith
l' happy reunion to celebratethe
and serves 20 independent Latin- the history, customs and geography for your patronage to be a hearty
age-old tradition of Christ-
i American Republics as well as the of the country in which
I shake of the hand for each of As we
Short
mas. though the days, you.
Canal Zone and islands of the Car- they are stationed and because they

t ibbean, few of us know much about come in every day contact with the long though the nights, the seem to be denied :this opportunity, please

I its early history.It average citizen of these countries glowing background of Christ- accept this, while a substitute for a hand-
is doubtful if the youthful pioneers they are doing a marvelous job as mas makes all hearts light.

who stood on that rocky Key ambassadors of good will. shake, as no less sincere in wishing you a
Recalling now the happy
West airport 17 years ago and watched -
Floridians should find it extremely -
relationships of 1945 we wish
, l, the first Pan-American plane takeoff gratifying that this state plays so the choicest blessings this HAPPY CHRISTMAS
you
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what developments would holy season can bestow.
amazing I better relations with our neighborsto
i' follow in the building of the world's : the South and with the world"'and

I greatest air transportation system I that little rocky airport at Key West, .. .f' '

that we know today as the Pan- from which the first Pan-American ; ', ";

jl I American.The flight was made, would be a good ESPENLAUBMachine

story of Pan-American's de- location for a monument to those

velopment is typical of America's courageous pioneers who started. the Shop IDEAL CAFE t ,
international commercial aviation
baIl rolling 17 years ago. .
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: leaders. Mr. and Mrs. A. T oulis"

Starting south from Miami in 1927, Wanta' buy, sell or swap? A Classi-I
Pan-American first embraced and
fled will do it. >> ( { r :=-
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started down both coasts of South'

',America to completely encircle that t

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the vast and broad Pacific; crossing: ? ; f 1'; : ? S J ,t4
first to Manilla, Singapore and Hong! .'8: rKN: IU4S TIA Fr} '

. .' kong, then to Australia. ;;: BRIGHT FUTURE FORTIMBER'_ 1 ,
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*f A Clippers were the first planes regularly :,.SSS-/; : -4"r: y.'i)5Y: /rS in v !.r, n .x r%{ -- ,..(, f
I to master the North Atlanticand .' fi/s; ; %vfyi h In the rising industrialization the South interest is <'

the first to provide China witha # ;n centering ever more closely on our forests. Use of our tim- K>#gjs
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comprehensive air service. The # > 1? f ber supplies, which rose 20 per cent during the war, promises >p" y>t

South Atlantic, too, was first 'span '.. :.oz. ... AOt1N -- XYr Nw/: # to be ,sustained or even increased as the pent-up demands of
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ned by Pan-American in the" winter ;' peace are felt. Our 220,000,000 wooded acres have for years ><

of 1940-41, later at the request of lamC7;

President Roosevelt, set up and operated -
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wartime transcontinental airway .- C P forest products. ; ;

through the heart of Africa, the pioneering What
Y. are the crying needs that constitute this need, that

:1i g' wedge that eventually drove <- the importance of the forests should be so highlighted? We
the Axis from that, continent. !' ; : # #
need practically everything. We need lumber for our build'h

Had it not l bjjen for the knowhowand _. .. J ings, and we need furniture for our homes. We need vast 3'r

;: America experience in building acquired an Internation'l by Pan-- stores of paper-for newsprint, paper bags, wrapping paper /' '< I

;, airway system and: the research r='r{ ALA- s.c. ., cartons, sanitary tissues, and a myriad of other uses. We

and engineering skill achieved by ::f KEEP '.r:: f need ultra-smart paneling for interior decorations and strong, .?. }f
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those few airplane manufacturerswho '{<}y <>; light-weight plywood for shipping cases. We need rayon

r provided Pan-American with the '' BUYING I \ dresses, suit linings, plastic glass, rubbing alcohol, and other }

- plane, it is doubtful if the tide of the :/ -- miracles of chemurgy yet to be developed. Our needs are tremendous -
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-teJ -- J..f- ago place virtually every
type of construction. As the nation swings into its greatest '

\ 'r building boom, it is easy to visualize cur lumber mills working -
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f L Less expansive, but startling in its possibilities, is the

?x Southern furniture industry. For, growing side by side with ::> '

r I {, {: %: ; },/:/-64rii4:>x,:;.1.. :: y. .. the famous Southern softwoods are such ideal furniture hardwoods ... 4

: +:; :..<$. / 1 "' as oak, maple, and red gum. Plywoods, from both hard i
It$1, /r, /C/J{? % nY SS and soft' woods .,; r4};3 r
r _>>::.:..4.' ',><:<: N:%,:ii'ia: : :i:.: <, <: :r:'::;>: /:$ ::r.Y: .'. { strengthened by amazing synthetic resin
I A J r//. ii; }. : glues derived from the Southern slash pine, are gaining well-, }.

r I J'4 f .... :. .....:: .: } :, ,,:.. .:;,. :.,:.. .,;. .:;y rI1 v w: earned prestige because of their ability to give furniture
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q/ : nthe Soutaast ucd f. pre-war decades, undoubtedly will continue to establish new t : r
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'j y fn; fr rtt t.fort the type of trees whose wood easily converts into paper pulp.
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(, I r ? ;z with respec ;to/.Rndustr ic.isossf.! tiot ; 4'i statistics are reliable, our snow-free, warmer Southern acres

!I r ;}y'<:{!r./nYC/rerritptyx.;,,,.,<,Y.;.;E.F,,. liquire;.. ..: ;' lti':: i if.J'':;,racevey..; :?,; ;;:;.;; :P replace nine trees each year for every ten we use. Extensive
w prompt daatzf'41trr4 l tierstori -' s conservation and replanting programs promise to make this "
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:I I ;, ry'f'n'f{ ; .t r -f ids'Y.,':'::rG%t>:rN.r wi;:'.;,${,; f With en1 :,rged popul tions and incomes, our Southern cities ru
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stocking this Yule season < supply of timber, labor; and other resources. The demand
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our note y-4 ,Manufacturers, well aware of the advantages in having ready

: t- of thanks to you and our .; 1 markets amid a plentiful source of raw materials, are not ?'1

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oamero :\P9saible."INOJ\ new-orders ing that enforcement officer would Reich.. G. 1.9-. planning a Yuletide
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G. I.'s to Get'Gourmet's !Reforestation Stymied and It will probablybe"nec'esBary''t make. '
wilt"be accepted inspection rounds: dressed In. Party for children found. their, plans
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Menu \By Lack Of I" received. full Santa Claus regalia. cancelled by refusal to permit use ot
last requests From Germany came reports that .
any government supplies or ma-
For Christmas Pine Seedlings"Sold stringent regulations to conserve terials. .
Sugar Ration Army rations and food supplies had
If that GI of yours-husband,,song Out" reads the sign at the virtually driven Santa out 'of the IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID
Stamp :No. 38 / .... ..
brother or friend-Is In any: Army State Forest Nursery at OlusteeIL. U. ..' --------------

post.camp or station In the southeastern ;: Titus reports. that the year's,crop of Good to Dec. 31

states on Christmas, he's seedling trees for reforestation was '- '.
going to eat turkey and plenty of it. not as great as planned and that. an The pulbic Is reminded that sugar '
That's the word' from Colonel increased demand has already exhausted ration coupon. No. 38. is 'good for 5 ., BERT D. KECK
Matthew H. Jones, Quartermaster, the supply. of sugar throughout the rest , co
Command, who pointsto was short last 'sea- pounds A. I.'A. Architect .:, -
Fourth Service The cone crop .of the month .December. '>"'..,
the master, menu compiled as a son and the yield of seed from the On Jan. 1, twelve days from now, < X .
guide for mess sergeants in all Army cones was below normal. This lim- stamp No. 39 becomes valid and will : .. OFFICE. ..
mess halls, which specifies 100 ited the supply of seed available for be good for the same length of. timeas ; f.
pounds of turkey for every 100 men. this ye 'r's nursery. program. Germi- has No. 38. Stuart; Florida Krueger Bldg. \ -
Here's the Christmas dinner menu: nation of"the seed proved't be lower
Fruit cup, roast turkey, dressing, than was anticipated and excessive and '
gravy, cranberry ,sauce, Mashed potatoes rains made the tree crop approxi Santa Kisses "
green peas, mashed squash, mately a half million short. Palm Beach, Florida
lettuce salad, French dressing, celery -I Applications for trees now on file Are Banned
olives, pickles, hot rolls and will be filled in the order in which -...-- 229 Sunrise Ave. P. O. Box 425
butter, hot mince pie and cheese, they were received. 2Large orders Santa Claus made plural entries In
coffee, candy, assorted. fruits, and I will be reduced somewhat in order to the news this week as Christmas Phone 21988Palm
nuts.' make the supply reach as many land- preparations found the following:

.._------ -------... . . ....... Newark, N. J., officials set down Beach Office In Charge of Mr. Konrad M., Keck.:
standards for all of the Santa -
hygienic ,
NOW IS THE TIME FOR POST-WAR PLANNING
Clauses in town which prohibited
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1 '':: ., ,.' ." d '- :, .. ,',.". '.''':.",". .::::.;, : ....:'':??i on the close of an- will, and, looking down the
other year, we desire long list of names of those

Lkr i: .. '. ;! { I'i't ;? ei ;i i\\ to.appreciation express our of ,your deep good who 1945, we have will come towards shown" to yours.us their In:

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:: C. fc Stealing over the countryside is the blessed you during the Christmas -, and to send test the friendliest -
.' '., ,: ; peacefulness of Christmastime The very air season of 1945 all of wishes ,for your
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! 1 ; ; .- "<:' rejoicing-that has come over,the world.We .

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'' :"- :' ;\ ., son of 1945 will bestow unusual blessings GIDDEN'S

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will be held monthly\ and' the ,boardof ed off the horizon of .our" dally: lives., Near Epidemic of mon towels, glasses, eating utensils i
Fishermen MeetIn directors will also meet regularly.; It'is{remote'for> most of 'us;; and, yet, .or toilet,'articles. Dishes 'should be'j
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Belle Glade General meetings, however, will be when we look back, we rememberthat Influenza ReportedBy washed in a strong soapy water and *
held only on ,call of the chairman or Yankees died last Christmas and scalded thoroughly "
State Health j
Sunday Afternoon the board of directors. turned and was running in reverse. BoardA "Everyone should "tie extremely I j1

That was in Belgium. On the other I
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cover nose and mouth. ,
other Yanks were warning to the public to take (
The 1945' Setting side of the world when
(Moore Haven Democrat) sneezing or coughing. Instruct
march every precaution against colds and I
Although inclement weather and Christmas dying; and, while the victory others to do likewise. Don't be prud- Y
For flu was sounded this week by the \i
other causes kept the attendance be- was still gaining momentum, it State Board of Health. I ish! Each tiny droplet contains mil- ".i
low what had been hoped, commer- was still far short of the final tempo lions of germs. ; ,
cial fishermen met 'at Belle Glade Snow was falling. Belgium which sent the Japanese crashing to Dr. R. F. Sondag, director of the "All public eating establishments |'
Bureau of Preventable
Diseases, said I
Sunday afternoon to complete an organization I had relaxed and the atmosphere defeat.So should exercise scrupulous cleanliness t.
that reports of flu at
of fight- Christmas 1944, was anythingbut near-epidemic
with dishes
for the purpose around countryside was like a and utensils when
ing the closing of Lake 'Ok echobee : peaceful. Germany's bloody fist proportions are reaching the central preparing and serving food. This t

to commercial fishing the first of next .'I.'I peaceful prelude to Christmasnowonly had striking power left, and in the I office and warned that an epidemic should be demanded by every individual ._ -
October.L. a few days away. Shadows pooled Pacific even the most optimistic mil- might be in the offing unless folks customer. t I

M. Lilly, local fish dealer, in reporting around the edges of this setting, itary forecasters saw the war with are careful not to expose themselvesand "To minimize the severity of heavy-

on the meeting, said it was : however; tanks crouched; guns waited Japan as dragging on for several others unnecessarily. colds and flu, patients should go to !'

most successful and that when he I I ominous. Then, suddenly, the years. Violence remained; the two- Particularly did ,he stress consid- bed at the beginning of the attack

left $975 had been paid in by dealersas peaceful atmosphere exploded, the throated' rumble of weapons and in- eration for others by not mixing with and not return to work without the' ,

membership fees and some money shadows leaped, and Christmas I was dustry drowned out the meaning of groups and crowds when coughing, approval of their physician.

had been collected as fees from the the Battle of the Bulge _. the season; and, throughout the sneezing and running a temperature.He ., "Avoid chilling, fatigue, or deprivation '
fishermen.The This is not a particular happy ref- world, mankind forgot. listed the following preventive of customary bodily comforts." .
by-laws, as drawn up at a recent erence at this stage of the season, But that was 1941, and now the measures: ,

meeting here, were read and but sometimes contrast enhances our emphasis is on the home front again. "Reduce opportunities for direct In a wet season farm run-off water -

discussed and after minor amend- sense of appreciation; and with the Some of us had overlooked the near- contact infection, such as in crowded can be drained away twice as, fast by

ments were adopted for the organiza- I I approach of Christmasg this year we ness of the other things but now as halls, stores and buses. straightening winding farm streams, '

tion. Membership cards will be can find deeper meaning for its mes- we readjust ourselves we find the "Avoid kissing Do not use com- and cleaning out stream beds. ;
printed at once and issued to the sage of peace and goodwill by paus- value of the contrast. For, while we

committee in each district for the ing a moment to look back. still have ruffled currents here, as -

solicitation of memberships. For, despite ruffled currents of international well, we have the reality of peace. \

District meetings, under the set-up, \ controversy, war has roll- We also have Christmas ahead of

us-in the full meaning of the word .

and season which symbolizes peace.

mas; we remember them as reasons
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11111! : of 1945. It is a gift from mankind ; '
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MANAGEMENT, CIRCULATION, ETC., : agd A A': t -
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Before me, a Notary Public in and "
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not today .
cation for the date shown in the above ,'! one : ,', .
caption, required by the Act of Au- :"-. '- ';,)
to our friends and a big,, hearty Christmas : gust 24, 1912, as amended by the Act : May every child,be glad and gay -, <: .
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wish to you all, this merry, merry ", \. 537 1., Postal That the Laws names and and Regulations addresses of \;(,. I. God bless thy children, great and : <. : ;= : -

Christmas season. : ; the publisher, editor managing editor, small, :, ."' ,',
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Publisher Carr Settle, :Moore Haven, :. ;a
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back the calls to Florida. '
Looking over year Editor, Carr Settle, Moore, Haven. And ma'each festival ; : '
1', Florida. .soul"keep ', i ;h" ,
mind our greatest'source of pleasure has Managing Editor, Carr Settle, Moore I ., .- '
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t Haven, ,Florida. ./ ..: ,! {"(. .:
' been our contact with folks like you. Business Manager, Carr Settle, Moore .. '., .
Haven Florida. > .) wish all of -,''.J1 :::j r. ,
2. That the owners' are The Clewis- : We our : ,, ,
'. :' ton News, Inc., Clewiston, Florida.F. i": ; ", > '>;:1
f *' "* Deane Duff Clewiston, Florida. ,, >' friends a 1"'/" ': :
x Carl Hanton, Fort Myers, Florida. : ; ,, :. .t
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mortgagees, and other security holders MERRY, MERRY CHRISTMASBarney's ..; .. \; ,
I. owning or holding 1 per cent or more
of total amount of bonds, mortgages. brother
VAUGHN &. WRIGHTW. securities are: NONE. >t '>,,< '
Signed: CARR SETTLE. ,
Gulf Service Station
Sworn to and subscribed before. me .
this 17th day of December, 1945.
A. Davis Mgr. (SEAL)
FRANCES MUNROE NALL,
Notary Public, State of Floridaat
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of the entire community
desireto every
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Once the air is filled with
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and music the music of express our deep ,
song upon the solid foundation of full t, '
the Once appreciation of your '.' i "I
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good will and friendship .1 f,
Christmas withal! that this sacred .
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I holiday, implies. ''.1I .1i Christmas mas cheer brighten for you the .
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Funeral services for Richard Franlc-
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Sunday afternoon in the chapel of -, .... ':'Uh._",. ... ... ......... "'; .. ;'.'"1".... ..'.".. .'., I ,.. '71. .... .. .
the Roberts funeral home in Arcadia. .. .- .., "- .'., '. ,#....Ii. .."..\'J'.1-t-.:; .. I,t.,..
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Masonic lodge..-
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, ,',;+' for many months. Finally he underwent Jhristrniis Cheer.
i an operation but' lived just '

-eight days afterward.i ::. :
Mr. Lewis was a native of Brad-
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I year before coming to LaBelle with
"t l his family in 1931, afterwards opening Again may you how the fragrance To each of us the word Christmas II
the Oaks hotel. He was engaged
;. t.-' in the timber business which he followed Of htmlock, pine and holly. : V summons many happy memories. To

1 .:; until he left for the hospital, .- : some it recalls a ride over the frozen
. being active until the end. Mr. Again may friendly voices call l '. j'
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1 Lewis made many friends during his countryside to grandma's, sleigh- \
almost fifteen years residence in this A greeting warm and jolly; bells tinkling all the while. To others 'j,
section who regretted to learn of.his >.
,passing And again may the meaning of it recalls happy reunions in, mirth- J

Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Fannie -r .. Christmas, filled Irving rooms, gay banquets and
S. Lewis of LaBelle; one daughter -
'i( Mrs. Nellie Coe of Jacksonville, Deep and still more true '1 glowing Christmas trees. But to -all
I and two sons, Roy of Tampa and it recalls days of charm and endearment -
Jack Lewis of Miami. Bring faith and and
hope gladness the happiest days of our lives. 'I

I /. Aged Negro Burned To the hearts of yours and you.SUGARLAND May you know this happiness m
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II !", (Moore Haven Democrat) 1945. a
: Uncle Tom Conner, an aged negro
.: who has lived here many years and
who, if, his memory is right, was the '
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oldest resident of the county and
possibly of Florida, died Monday
I night as the result of severe burns THE .TOGGERY SHOP y ya
, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Etherton
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Dr 9 Carolina in 1840 which would have
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Tom lived alone in the local quarters -
and it is thought that while light- (\-
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spilled kerosene his' .
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stove.' Too feeble to fight the flames ; ; : ... .,' .. ,
he managed to get to the outer door <. .,.- .; )
of his house before he fell. Neigh- ,.: '

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the end, and said that there was :,-< ,:,,{
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, which is ordinarily ,associated with ."- :
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;,t :. happiness; and V ''/,/: \ .:- wishes for a very Happy Christmas. You : '.', .:;<'..: :'.


'1 ) peace we wish of move spirit.for Could you )' 1 have made 1945 .a very, ;pleasant! year .:..'': <':.:r--'", ''...''"'$ .

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HE CLEWISTOX NEWS FRIDAY, .DECEMBER 21, 1945
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tor, .1; Stock Clerk, 1; Laborer,' Can Please 'make jour' plans to attend. A radically new sun glass lens The JIall of Fame was given to :1'
5 Get Unemployment ning Plant, 1; Welders, '2. this meeting. which prepares eyes during daytimefor America by Helen Gould, daughter -/
Compensation For Very truly yours, speedy adapton'to! the dark has of the financier Jay Gould, in 1900. .." /

Farmers Must Attend H. L. Johnson, County Agent, been developed by American Optical
Hendry in Week expecting paymentfor Company. The lens transmits only
P. S.-Farmers The first transoceanic shipment of
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Most Important Meet 1945 practices carried out: must 15 per cent of visible light and absorbs oil was one of five barrels from .Philadelphia ,

Payments of unemployment compensation report before January 15th, as ..th'isis I glare. "to London in 1861. ,

amounting to $66.00 were (Hendry County News closing date for reporting., This, I
made in Hendrix County during the The following letter to Hendry date will not be extended." I '
week ending November 24, to 5 per- County farmers by County Agent H. '. !:a t t r r3r rt t r r3t2r2s2 s ra3t r3t 2r t t r t2z t r t 2 2 i a t tlttL ;)1 .::,

tons, all female, Carl B. Smith, Chairman L. Johnson speaks for itself. The ,' -
of the Florida Industrial Com-; meeting is called for today, '3 p. m.,, -t.( t':; -t:: t tI'C : .. ." 5 ""."' ,

mission reported. at the court house. /J I! ,, .
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Payments throughout the State We have notified each member of I ,

,Amounted to $144,270, a substantial our local ,County Agricultural Conservation ..'
the Association or'a meetingfor HES C6E f.
increase over those of. previous 'i : dgyT -
week, $$115,748, Chairman the election of committeemen to y ...

Smith said. The number :of claimants carryon the business connected with ';.
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receiving payments also increased conservation practices for 1946. -" '.',
from 6,945 to'7,408. Of the claim- This meeting was called for De- -' .-
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-.4,664, were male and 2,744 female. ent. The government requires an election : : I
Chairman Smith recommended continued of committeemen once a year ? -j---:
vigilance to hold down un emloyment. to represent the farmers, and unlesswe I DAY : /
Employers with jobs open elect these officers before December i."

'.suitable to the abilities of those on 31, we will be unable to carryon G
ETINGS
the unemployment rolls should contact this work in Hendry county for .:J- 0
the nearest office of the United 1946 : :
States Employment Service for assignment -i As Secretary for the Associationwe

of personnel, he said. I are calling a meeting for the ..
during election of officers on Thursday, December .
Claimants in this county ,paid '
the week were classified as: 20, at Courthouse in LaBelle, .-:' :(, 1-"', Today's grownups are only yes- .,

Miscellaneous: Telephone Opera- I at 3:00: p. m., '0',r:= !'-Jt:;r .terday's children who' once

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r: n --'- '- who, just before Christmas, + ,
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Hear that horn! Hear that \. )'-..:?'- .r',..," -- were as good as they could be. ,

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1 9 S'Il 6 O OA laughter! It's Christmas : :<' season is friendship and eternal ,'-" '.. -

I neighbor, the most hopeful ..< s>;; youth, and we could not ask for ..'., .i J

Christmas in years I : .. finer :
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event with us, for two reasons: Itr .,

I ; Your Stocking First, because we 'enjoy the r3r3r r3r t r2 r3r r t t3r ::: aa tor r5r a r t r r S a5) r::t 55j3f5l 5aj t 3V

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an appropriate opportunity ef expressing -
items in your Christmas our sincere appreciationfor

- stocking this Yule season your valued patronage.It !
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fo serve you, and in sending you
of thanks to yon and our our best wishes for ,a Merry .. ,.
Christmas we do so with the hope '.. ;, "",
wish for the biggest, that the Christmas season of 1945 '
merriest Christ will transcend all of its predecessors ; : : ,
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: the spheres. Once again it's I and everyone, it i is a privilege to be in a ,

?t Christmas with all that this sacred '. ,.{
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