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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 28, 1945
Publication Date: 1928-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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10-NUMBER 52- CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1945: .. SUBSCRIPTION$2.50 PER YEAH.

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I W. T Lewis Begins Kiwanis Club Has I AZUCAR
J LARGE ATTENDANCE BITTING SEES BRIGHT PLANTATION

Construction of HomeW. Training Program


I( ': I AT CHURCH AFFAIRS! T. Lewis, recently discharged FUTURE FOR ""GLADES Rev. David C. Hancock, president :RENAMED TO HONORF.


World ,War II veteran, has begun the elect, conducted a training programfor

, I DURING XMAS WEEK construction of a new three-bedroom SUGAR PRODUCTIONThe the, I members. of the Kiwanis- EDWARD BRYANT

' concrete block home on San Gabriel club at the meeting Wednesday even-
1 Street south of the Texaco Service
at the Clewiston Inn. He told
1 The religious, significance of Christmas Station. It is in block 373, lots 13 current sugar harvest is now ing Clarence R. Bitting, president of the

I '> was observed' by the churches in and 14.'The moving along ahead of schedule, them of the International and Dis- I United States Sugar Corp., announced -

i Clewiston ,with specially prepared home will be 28 36 feet trict objectives for 1946 and con-
by Clarence R. Bitting, president of the Tuesday that the name of Azucar
programs.. veyed some of the special training
overall with three bedrooms 'living
United States Sugar Corporation, plantation has been changed to
Church presented Bry-
I The Community room, dining :room and kitchen. All] that he has acquired by attending

a drama 'played against a musical; walls and partitians will be of con- ted this week and he, said ,that district meetings. Rev. Ha"ncock did ant in, memory. ',of, Edward! Bryant,

I background'', provided by the Adult crete block that, was or are being there is a very bright outlook for not name the committee chairmenand I vice president. ,,of the company and

I I Wand the Young People's choir, di- cast at' ,the building site with H. C. sugar production in the Evergladesin members of this week's meetingas "father" of the sugar industry in

; rected by Miss June Barker, at the< 1946. planned, because some of the per-
Sutton in charge of construction. The south Florida, who ,died Dec. 6 of a
I church on December 23. The 'choir, house will sit on a poured concrete The recent cold snaps which have. sonal history questionnaires had not heart attack.

under the direction of J. "E. Beards- wall foundation and will be securely; invaded Florida, and which did con- been turned in, but plans to announce

I' i" ley, offered a number of selections; anchored with steel reinforcing and siderable damage to tender vege- these appointments at the meeting He also, reported that a petition

I- the birth of, Christ signed, by company employes to
' ,) commemorating poured concrete at each corner. The tables, did no damage of consequenceto January 2.

! at the Sunday morning services. roof will be of asbestos-cement cane, except very young plants and Plans were announced for Installa- change the post office name from

[' Midnight mass was held at St. Mar- i shingles. has been beneficial to ,sugar production tion services' .at the next meeting, I Azucar to' Bryant, Fla.was sent to

II Caret's Catholic Church on Christmas The walls. may' be stuccoed but the by raising the sucrose content of which will also be Ladies Night. Past 1 j Congressman Dwight Rogers, who

Eve and services were conducted here the maturing cane, Mr. Bitting said. has promised to'work out the change
smooth Lt. Gov. J. E. Beardsley! will act as
1 of the concrete
appearance :
h and in Pahokee on Christmas morn- Indications are that the crop will the installing officer. I with the postmaster general's office.
,{' tiles has about decided :Mr. Lewis in The post office
exceed of the recent war-time serves more than two
i1' ing.The favor of simply painting the outside. any Two members, A. W. Lawrence andA.
: Methodist Church met for a harvests and it has been estimated thousand persons on the plantation,
, The interior will be plastered W. Sias, who have been carried
social hour and adjourned to attend the will which is located near Canal Point.
1 throughout. that year's production pro- on the Kiwanis roll as military, mem- I

the program at the Community I vide enough sugar for- a month's supply bers during their service terms, rejoined The company is !having a bronze ,

Church. ,, under rationing., for every person the club. plaque cast which will be placed in
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t The spirit of good fellowship, more i Eastern Stars And in the United States. The' labor Bryant Park opposite the post officeat

than ever prevalent at this season of situation is better than for several unveiling ceremonies to be announced -

/jto the:,year, was evident in the number Masons Have -Joint years and while the corporation is Board of' Directors later. The plaque will read: i

of Christmas parties and family re- Installation ThursdayMoore still using a great many colored field Club "Here in 1921 Mr. Bryant established '

,' 'b unions. For 'the first time since the workers from Nassau, Jamaica and Quarterback Azucar and began the develop-

war robbed homes of their husbands, other islands, the supply of domestic Met Thursday NightThe ment of sugar production in the '

lathers; sons and brothers, the ma- Haven Chapter No. 116, Order labor is' increasing rapidly. 'Field Everglades, remaining active in the

jority of Clewiston's families were reunited of Eastern Star and Moore Haven conditions are better than for the development the area throughoutthe s

to celebrate the happiest' holiday Lodge No. 61, F. and A. M. held joint past several years and the company board directors of the'Quarterback years. His foresight and courage,

I of them all. More than the usual installation of officers at the lodg Club met
plantations, as well as independent Thursday night, vision and fortitude, were largely responsible -

parties were in full swing'during the hall in Moore Haven last night. Most'of producers, are now sending in an December 20, in the office of J. E. for the successful, development -
week as' old friends, and new ones the officers installed were Clewis- '
for
ample supply of fine
cane pro- Beardsley. There were 7 of the 11 of the upper Glades. His quaIl-
too, gathered to observe Christmas. ton members of the chapter lodges.
' cessing at the sugar: house re. members present. ties as a leader and humanitarianwill

,1 A number of egg-nog parties ande'open' The installation was the most suc- The following motions were votedon -" always be remembered by thosewh'
'I houses" were held in homes cessful and attendance was the great-
and passed: 1. Secretary and .knew him. As an inspiration to
. gaily decorated with the vivid Christ- est of any of these affairs in the years Treasurer to audit school athletic .. those' who follow, the name was
ac-
' mas colors, while brightly lighted that the two lodges have been installing NEW SCHOOLHOUSETO changed to Bryant.
coun*s"and determine if there are
any
trees shone through windows and the their officers at a joint cere I i Bryant: who
was 72 old, be-
outstanding bills and the balance' of years
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greetings of the guests blended together .mony. '-. =,: I the funds. i iI came int&reslecl: in raising sugar. in" ,
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BE READY FOR
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carryon '** r '
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. "' at'all Mrs. Caroline Balesact.ed' as' installing :-: I 2. Coach 0.:' H. .Skewes ,to purchase the'Evergiades.. =durlncrthe' 4or1dlVa
of will festive
spirit these
j good officer for the Eastern Starofficers'with' (! letters, approximately 17, for the I sugar shortage.. He succeeded in ., '
: occasions. It's true that many of the Mrs '! ', I
: Ruth B.' Owens as USE, IN JANUARY foothill team.. having ,the United States Department
tree lights went out, due to old age '
I Marshall ,
Mrs.
Esther Klutts, chap- 3. of Agriculture; establish a sugar cane
' Arrangements, to be, made to
and few new ones were available, lain, and Mrs R. E. Jordan as pianist. I breeding station at Canal Point. He
hold i banquet for the football team.
the and cheer in
but happiness
\ good Officers installed I(I Florida Sugar and
were as follows: 4. organized the
10 basketball uniforms.
:'t most, homes this Christmas were not :Although there is a great'' deal of I Buy
Mrs. Food Products Company and in 1941!
Etherton
Mary
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L. i dimmed in the least by minor set- worthy ma- ; equipment yet to be received and installed 5. H ve registered officials
backs. tron; Melvin Keen, worthy patron; I I and some ''minor constructionwork ning the ID46!} athletic program. begin-I I built ,the first sugar house in the
I'' Mrs. Thelma Wright associate .. i Everglades on the site of the present
matron officials to be paid a fee, ".
t' Clewiston Cornette
like most of the world, to be finished; E. M. I division' United
Eastern office of the
gave thanks this Christmas. ; J. K. Rogers, associate patron; chairman of the county school board, be decided at a later date, 'States
Mrs. Stella Pirkle Mrs. Sugar Corp. He was superin-
secretary; Meeting to be held on January
Unique among outdoor decorationsis is confident that the building will be
Naomi Dull conductress for tendent of the division until his
Mrs.
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the display in the yard of Mr. and ; Sally ready for use at least by. classes, by 14. 19t6 entire Quarterback death, .
C Townsend, associate conductress; Clu, The 'of the meetingwill
l\Irs. G. B. Rackstraw. A tall tree is January 15. purpose '
1 I Hazel Keen, chaplain; Mrs.: Gayle be to promote membership In addition to pioneering in s"ar
brilliantly lighted and bed
a of poin-
"Woodward marshall Except for the installation of seats, I development Bryant was the fir<;t''to
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Mrs. Christine
t ; Other things discussed at the meet-
settias, in front of the tree spo'tlighted
are '
the might be used at the
rooms pres- experiment with raising ramie in the
while a quarter moon shines Doty, pianist; Miss Florence Graham, II ing included a: request of Mr. Beards-
Ada Mrs Pearl ent time, since blackboards are in Everglades, where it is now being
Thomas.
I ; Ruth Mrs
; ley to 'investigate insurance coverageon
, down. A life-size figure of Santa
place, walls and floors painted and the United States SugarCorp.
Rene Lanier, Esther; Miss Miriam I grown by
athletic teams. Coach Skewesmade
Claus looks over the scene and winks
I clothing cabinets have been con- ., and other companies for commercial -
I Adkins, Martha; Mrs. Frances Hardy, the High I
one of his twinkling ,eyes. A Santa in a partial report on
structed and place. 1'he'cafe
put production.He .
Electa Mrs. Johnnie '
; May Anderson, School Athletic funds. It was report-
Claus was also seen on the balcony
: teria may not be in'1tse so quicklyfor was one of the early'developers''! '
i warder. Ed Townsend, appointed 'ed that the American Legion and the '\
of the Elbert L. Stewart home and a
none of the equipment has as,yet in 1912,
'i of Lake Worth, beginning
: sentinel ''
not for
installa-
was present
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few outdoor trees were lighted this Kiwanis Club had waived all rightsof
been installed and cabinet work has
and was continuously identified with
and tion: because of illness. Athletic Council and voted to turn
i '; year, but the scarcity of lights His
just begun. the growth of the Everglades.,
decorations prevented any large scale Following the Stars' installation over their funds to, the QB Club.
Interior walls are not being work in promoting the welfare of
outdoor displays. ceremony, J. M. Couse took the chair I Plas'ter-I
ed but the concrete blocks his negro laborers at Azucar was
.' as installing officer for the 'Masons, '
painted with a light green water Playlet Given By notable, and 'he was instrumental in ,
with W: C. Owen acting as marshall:
UmASSADORSHA :
ROYAL is attractive and
which
paint very having the Julius Rosenwald Foun-
and the following Masonic officers
YE CHRISTMAS: [PARTY restful to the eye.: Concrete floors Church Sunday Night dation establish a school for negroes
were installed: i
I have been painted green. there.
J. B. Cox, worshipful master M. A. -------
The combined Junior and Inter- ; I The entrance corridor and the corridor -

mediate chapters held their annual Thomas, senior warden; M. C. Keen, I between the classrooms are separated That faithful practice leads to BIRTHS AT CLEWISTON ;

junior warden; J. K. Rogers, senior from the vestibule leading ,to an excellent performance was well
Christmas party on Thursday evening, EMERGENCY HOSPITAL S
deacon; R. E. Waldron, junior dea- the cafeteria by double screen doors. demonstrated last Sunday evening
20 at 7:30 The boys
December : p. m. '
,, con; C. C. Klutts, chaplain; E. J. Concrete walkways about the build- when the playlet "If They Should
: k' enjoyed games followed by ice cream, at the Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Brantley are the .
Casper, senior steward: J. C. Hicks ing have been completed and ,the city Come Today" was presented
cookies and cokes. The highlight of born'
junior steward and N. V. S, Mumford, has constructed a sidewalk alone the Community Church by a group drawn parents of a son, Michael Clyde, i

I the hour came when George F. Ser- retiring master, as tiler. W. L. Bel- street from the high school building from the membership of the church December" 9, weight seven! .'pounds,,' I i

," i son, Royal Ambassador counselor, lamy and I. E. Scott, re-elected sec- past the new building. Sunday School. The play showed and eleven ounces.A I. t
l distributed the presents from the six
retary and treasurer, were not in- Covered cloisters are planned in how easily the characters of the orig- boy, Gerald Lee, weighing :
Christmas tree, which was provided stalled.At inal Christmas story could be discouraged pounds and three ounces, was born ;
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thp future to connect the new
; by Billy and Alfred Watton. The near and December 9 to Mr. and Mrs. T.. C. i
signed Christmas cards that the close of the installation an building with the present high and bythe lack of peace '
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boys Eastern Star committee served refreshments grade school n11ild ng-s. Bids were to good will in the world since the birth Roberts. f
mailed to Rev. H. C. Meador, I :
were Davis
M the Mr. and Mrs L. N. announce
to
: of sandwiches, ,cake and have been let during the coming of Christ. However, they come
Rev. Althoff and family of LaBelle, I at- the birth of a son, Cecil James, ;
full
that in the
coffee to" approximately a hundred month but action has been deferred agreement only
of Lake Worth
Creasey j
Rev. Floyd and eleven
I weighing seven pounds
brother-
tainment of the Christian .
members visitors attending.
and temporarily.
M. Johns, superintendent of, -
and T. 19.
December
I ounces, born
I hood of man is there hope for peace.
;.... the Baptist Children's Home in Arcadia I I A son, John Dennis, was born"on !

I t.: All joined in singing carolsas MRS. DULL ENTERTAINS JUNIORS SPONSORING! The parts of the four shepherdswere December 20 to Mr. and Mrs. 'J.: D. .
played by Mickey Mooney Ronald I :
a fitting close to the party. WITH CHRISTMAS PARTY NEW YEAR DANCE Hare, Donald Reames and Charles Sullivan He weighed seven pounds?

Among those present were Jerry arid seven ounces. ,-:
t f Rolton, Bobby Giddens, Gene Hester, / Gericke. The three wise men were i A Christmas present, arrived on
Mrs. E. M. Dull entertained at a Clewiston's makers reminded -
merry are portrayed by Lionel Beatty, Volney I
and Alfred Watton, Richard and 'R. t
: Billy December 25 to Mr. and Mrsl.J.: : '
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Christmas, party; Friday evening at again of the New Year's Eve Robbing and Skippy Cothern. The
t David Twiddy, Alvin Garrett, Tommy daughter,
: Griffis. The gift was a
her home on Circle Drive. A center- dance be the Junior i
I to sponsored by roles of Joseph and Mary were en-
t Walton, Herman Davis Juan Bil- .
seven:
and weighed 1
lingsley, J. V. Tanner, Dale. Cato( ,: piece of pine needles graced the din- Class, which will be given December acted by Bruce Beardsley and Betty I Shirley Joyce, \ 1
two ounces.
:s Hoffman I ing table and large red candles stood 31 at the Sugarland Park Auditor- Coleman. Mrs. G, E. Gericke servedas pounds'and
J Arthur Wayne King, Steve ,
: at either side. Gifts were distributed ium beginning at ten o'clock Monday narrator for certain portions of .
Manning Carter, Jackie Lindsay, Billy "
from the Christmas tree In the living night. Dave Tyler and his orchestra the play. The play was under the direction BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL
J Nall, Billy Sutton and ,Mr. ser on.
1 r. I room. Prizes were won by Miss have been secured to play for' the of Miss June Barker. Other JUNIORS HAVE PARTY

Wanda Shelfer, Mrs. J. B. Brantley dancing. The public is urged to at- members of the Church School staff

1 : DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT i and Mrs. Josephine Cason. tend and usher in the New Year. also rendered assistance. At appro- The Junior Sunday School Depart- I

TO RE HERE SUNDAY i Fruit cake, coffee and salted nuts priate times in the progress of the I ment of the First Baptist Church en1 1 j

r ------ were served to Mrs. Josephine Cason, PURCHASES PROPERTYJ. play Christmas music was given by I joyed Friday evening at a weiner f

ii.{ O. Alton Murphy, district super in- Mrs. J. B. Brantley, Mrs. Eugenia the choir,of the Community Church. j I roast followed by the exchange of

!'.' tendent, will preach here next Sunday Nichols, Mrs. Earl Morrison, Mrs. II. Walker, Sr. of Wauchula, The offering received at the closeof Christmas gifts of the boys and girls '

'i evening at the Methodist servicesIn J. T. Paul, Jr., Mrs. Lacy Polk, Miss has 'purchased the C. H. Neely property the service was by action of the present Charles Curtner was the "

the absence of the pastor, Rev.. Evelyn: Lee, Miss Barbara DeVane; on S. Atlantic Avenue. The prop- Church school, allocated to help sup-I' host at the outdoor party, assisted, by

i W. S. Bozeman. Services for this one' I Miss Ruth Prince, Miss Wanda Shel- perty consists of a four-room frame port medical work in the Cameroun Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Doke' and GeorgeF.

t .; -night will begin at 7:15. 'I fer and Miss Rosemary Nockolds. house and two lots. of Africa. i i ., Serson.I' .


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rubber track crawler type tractors I 1rV111AR S bells
rubber lined silos leakproof zippers I I New Year to you as : ; :
tat-resisting milking machine tubing, ., : ..-- /} t' ore rim 1946 is ushered in we ',''>
waterproof textiles for farm ,equip <,'. A good beginning for the. New .. .
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,.-: Year, we believe, is a good wish ., .\i- .. in the We day, but for 365 days. .':;,'

IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?, .' -1ind a good resolution. .... .. new. During most of these .\,.
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-- Our good wish is for you- \;; Hopefully, 365 days we will be : ;.,

more health, more happiness and '. _'i. ., with you,to the future, completely at your .;
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prosperity f! :,",'i. ,', and wish you ail the service. We look forward :.t...t:
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And our resolution-resolved to ; blessings the bright '
renewal of our very :>
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1945 ,THE CLEWIB'.I'XI( JOE\\' .
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i Miss Appointed of 485 cattle in '80 minutes of selling w8ees ists!* !c wsrc-- "-
Ij Kelly < time, for a gross total -of $17,497.34.:
: Assistant Manager I_

1 State Livestock Market Hendry GountyCons'umption .' ", f'.
of ,Gas o 1 II

;,, : ARCADIA. The appointment of And Oil in November I

Miss Nell M. Kelly as assistant man,.
:" ager of the Arcadia State Livestock According to a report just releasedby -j
: Market marks the first instance in the Inspection Bureau of the Department -: ji
Florida where a woman has been of Agriculture: Tallahassee,
J placed in a responsible executive position -. Hendry county consnmed during the
"" in a livestock market. month of November, 136,569 gallonsof .
'I Miss Kelly is the daughter of John gasoline and 25,059; of kerosene. i
j D. Kelly, veteran, manager of ,this The total consumption of 'the stateof
important sales center. The young Florida as reported was 36,302- I i
I lady has been actively associated with 042 gallons of gasoline. and 8,364,515 i .
1 .'<.:p her father in the management, of then, of kerosene. /? .1 I
market for some time, succeeding her
: brother, Dick Kelly, when he went Imagine socks that'won't get holes ..
into military service. Her appoint- shirts and slacks that-.won'te or
: I ment as assistant manager followed shrink, fish nets and lines that will
.! recent War Department confirmation last a lifetime. Imagine a textile 7
',. of her brother's loss, he haying, been times stronger than wool, 8 times '!1.
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i 'than cotton silk. Ramie, "' '.
reported earlier as missing in an airplane I stronger or
crash in the South Pacific. I Florida's new wonder crop, possesses FROM .
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.Mr. Kelly gives his daughter muchof these amazing qualities and, is now ? tHe joy' Pi
: the credit for management of the being produced in commercial quan- .
I. Arcadia market in these' recent tities. and Happiness of the Yule seas'on'
: \ months and particularly for the out- \ : '
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\ standing'sale conducted early this Bogota, .Colombia was founded in we '
month which involved the handling 1538., .
l meet the problems of tomorrow. Our ; I
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,,:,, ;, ,, THE OLBWISTON 3 EW$ FRIDAY, 'DECEMBER' #8;'10t$
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behindus curtain (on\'a-new'industrialera' : who,.spent the.holiday// ..here with Mrs. ,Robbins, iswaiting1n. .:'Atlanta, I I
The Clewiston News With the Christmas season the state. their families were Ray Donald .which explains why John t is 'so''anx .. :-;.'
great
\ we face the New Year with a The Southern Sugar Company at Thielen who visited his parents, Mr. ious to arrive there for the New-
deal of anticipation for we predict, that time owned 125,000 acres of and Mrs. A."J. Thielen; Richard Pape, Year's Eve celebrations. John is still
will be one
Pub1f every Friday In Clewlaton,' confidently, that 1946 rich Everglades muck land along the who spent Christmas with his"par piloting the spectacular B-29's 4
Florida,' by the ClJBWISTON' NEWS;1 of the greatest years that our city south shore of Lake Okeechobee. The ents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Pape; Bob- i *
efforts
Inc. building
has ever had. The, who is his
by Topper, visiting par-
expansion pro- Harold
of 1945 company planned an Former Chief Petty Officer
I made during the closing days ents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Topper, and
chain of
a
what be expected gram that contemplated Duke, Mrs. Duke and baby son are
second class mall matter indicate very well may .
Entered as is home with
who
Robert Hodges
February 1, 1927 at the Post Office In during the twelve months of sugar mills from Clewiston to Canal visiting relatives neat here until they .. '
Crewiston. Florida, under the Act of accelerating Point. The local mill was so arranged his parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Arch, can move into their home in Moore
March 8, 180T. '46, the boom in building .
Hodges
with an increase in building ma- that it could, be symetrically and Haven on January 1. Harold was
economically,doubled, tripled or quadrupled R' t t released from duty with the Navy's
terials.
CARR SETTLE Publisher around a bit 1 1I in capacity, as rapidly as the A real surprise Christmas gift to Seabees on November 28 in the east.
week we glanced
Subscription Rate-*2JM. Per Tea This construction, which con- cane planting program developed, so the Joseph Robbins was the arrival and'with his wife and son came south
I at the new lack that it could have an ultimate grinding home for a few days of their son, to see his sister and her family. He
Rated On Application. its true because of
AdvertUlnc slowly
tinues, capacity of 10UOO tons:; aany.: A F/0 John Robbins, from Kessler was sworn in on June 22, 1943, and
continu-
of labor and materials, but school fleet of 75 tractors, designed with Field, Mississippi. He arrived Christ- has seen duty in the Mediterraneanand
The new
Devoted to the advancement and welfare ingT nevertheless. for the installation extra wide tread for greater efficiencyon mas Eve, minus his bride, who could the Southwest Pacific. *JL
finished except '
of Clewis ton and Hendry County house is the muck, was preparing the land not make the flight with him since I *
equipment
of furniture and '
Do< for planting.The he came through in an Army plane. (Continued on Page 8)
and completion of rest rooms; I
the Atlantic -
two railroad systems,
.I Foss is getting started on the building Florida' fr
Coast Line and the
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Church
HATIf across from the Baptist '
extended their lines
East Coast, had
with Australian -
despite a lot of trouble
pine stumps, the trees having through the Sugar Company prop- KECK '
grown right where he wanted to put erty and the ACL, at great expense, BERT D.
built a new passenger station here. "
his concrete floor; the'stone walls _
the company's devel- A. I. A. Architect .
the Williams The result of ,. I,'
and roof are complete on
highwa opment was the phenomenal growthof .
store building on the ;
THE TOWN OP ;BRYANT just east of Mack's Drug Store and Clewiston. The News says "Four OFFICE:

This week the machinery was set work exterior has walls started; the,on new stuccoing B. and the.B. years swamp ago, with Clewiston the exception was a forbidding of a little Stuart, Florida Krueger Bldg. ',:' : -,::: t.

in motion for changing the name ol building has reached the roof construction strip of high ground along the lake-

Az car, near Canal Point, to Bryant,, and promises to be a most front where a small ramshackle hotel and
in honor of the founder of that ,community modern struciure when finished; the and a few shacks were the only build- -: '
F. Edward Bryant. 21 and Palm Beach Florida : ;:
the late Langdale lunch room is virtually]: ings. That was years ago
This little sugar town grew up Hendrj even though Clewiston is still far '
from the : '
around the first sugar mill built in completed County Motors across and will be open for from being a metropolis, it has pro- 229 Sunrise Ave. P. O. Box.. 425'i i

the Everglades by Mr. Bryant back business very shortly; Curt Wood gressed rapidly and has rewarded,
: though this first ven with faith in her .
in 1921. Even ward is also getting well started or abundantly those Phone 21988 ,
ture was finally taken over by the what promises ,to be a very modern, future.G..
sugar corporation which was estab appearing lunch room just west oi L. Espenlaub built a $10,000 Palm Beach Office In Charge of 5Ir. Konrad M. Keck.
lished with headquarters on this side I' Thomas',service station, but garage and apartment building on (,.
Barney I NOW IS THE TIME FOR POST-WAPt PLANNING
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Mr. Bryant He the
reported
of the lake Curt is a little dubious about its be Sugarland highway.
personal contacts with ,the village ing big enough; the H. E. Walker six apartments rented, although' the
and the area by remaining there as home is nearing completion now anc building would not be ready for occupancy "

agricultural superintendent until his the glazed tile construction makes II until after the first of the
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That personal contact will not be has his building completed for a Repairs were nearing completion

broken, even by death, for in the future salesroom and has also finished the on the old administration buildingand
that little village will carry the metal work shop just back of tin; Clewiston's first hospital was to
name of its founder and in the little salesroom. George's worries now area be opened there about February 1. DANCENew

park across from the postoffice will few Plymouths and Chryslers tc This was the hospital, on the ridge,

be erected 'a memorial with a bronze put in that sales room. We also took later razed ,when.the hospital movedto .

plaque which will explain to visitors a look at a new home foundation or the present location.Mr .

the reason for this tribute to the I San Gabriel street being built by W L.
father of the sugar industry in the I T. Lewis, recently returned from ser- and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley were, Year's Eve

'glades. vice. It is outstanding in its construction the proud parents of a son, Bruce,
Our congratulation to the sugar because he is pouring all of the born the week before. December 31

corporation for taking these steps to concrete blocks that go into the houseon
pay tribute to a great pioneer and the site and will reinforce each Santa Claus, who was!:! played at : atL.a
developer of the Everglades and to corner with steel and poured con the Christmas tree by J. D. Corriher,

a great and,lovable personality. crete. He's planning, he says, a was said to have added another inchor

three-bedroom house that he car so to his' waistline since the. year

On The HouseBy sleep in winds without are worry blowing.when the hurricane before Mooreton Club


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hearing rumors of a bunch of new
10 Miles West of Clewiston
Christmas is over again, a thoroughly residences to be built, several new

tired Santa Claus has turned business houses and, of course,'there With.
t his reindeer out, to pasture, father is ire few homes where some additions Music By

enjoying turkey hash and wishing ir alterations are not being consid-

the first of the month wouldn't roll red. It looks like a splendid year
around with the Christmas bills, the for the construction business in A4 Our Boys Harlem SwingmasterS

Christmas: tree in the corner, that lewiston; and, as the need for construction -
looked so cheerful Tuesday morning, remains, so will other businesses

is now getting brown in spots and enjoy a good year. theService
4 In WEDNESDAY and
looks a little downcast, merchantsare The year 1946 will also find the DANCE every

chuckling over the biggest Christ- lew starch plant in full operation, .
mas sales in many years and the rest he sugar house turning out its usual SATURDAY from now on.

of us are trying to get back to nor- onnage of raw sugar to be accelerated ( .. ,

mal even while we know that New as rapidly as possible and as ....":!. ; ,
,Year's is only hours away and there'll these industries prosper'it is logical < -4 &1OI" J, '

be no getting quite back to normal to assume that others will be started. I

until(, 1946 is well started.On The war years are behind us and
the whole we believe that,every- for the first time in several years we' ":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:,,+<(..:..:<<..:...:..:

one had a delightful holiday. There .look forward to the dawning of a new Among the lucky boys in service
were Christmas parties in many of year and are able to put real meaninginto
i the homes and friends who had not ,A.: Happy and Prosperous New

been able to be present for many Year to you all.Remember. ifid
years because of war conditions were h
ifif!
' again united. Families, many of 11 '

them, were back together for the first .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: g'd tJM r
time since the war started and when

you have 'a reunion of that kind it
takes nothing else to. make Christmas When?--. 'wi S in-N7 JI

perfect. We doubt that any Clewis- '

ton home, however, was missed this By Frances Nall Qr p ,9oq1eiaW2a4TO
season by Santa Claus and while the ,
old fellow had considerable difficulty I:-pN N:N N:N N N N:N:H N:N:N.1:..:H N:N:N:N:N N:N:N:. 1i .

getting enough suitable toys,and presents EVERYBODY
Take
to go around (the report is that from the files of the Clewis- --- )
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he's been having some strike troubles ton News, December 28, 1928) .- -- -
t also) the remembrance is the most Clewiston's new sugar mill was due

Important thing-not the gift. to open, January 14. This event was '
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HOMOGENIZED Year happy in the knowledge that ,

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thinking of the 1946 New

GROCERY AND Year holiday, but of your Have a good time, enjoy the hoH-

Itift: "" DRUG STORE ..J'r: L future good fortune' in the year day to the utmost, and-a very "

to follow. Happy New Year to your!


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O.C '1C'Hc+HoC Mr. 'and Mrs.; Johnnie Miller of SUE' CORNETTE HAS The railroad tank car made its first I

... : Tampa spent the Christmas holidays PARTY ON BIRTHDAY '.- appearance in lJ 65.-_ .., .. .... _, : .
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visiting here and in Lake .

1 SOCIEIT 1 Worth! Sue Cornette observed- her eleventh I ':'" ,(-,. .'.. '';, "
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A Avenue. The color scheme, carried: !

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Prewitt were hostesses at the Christ- green and white. Prizes for winnersof
Miss Evelyn C. Lee spent the holi. Maurice Lee of Baltimore, a cousin mas dinner party of the bridge club the games played in the yard were

days In Okeechobee. of Mrs. Foy Durrence, was the house Friday night at the Ezelle home on won by Betty Sue Young, Mary Fay I;

guest of the Durrences during Christ- Ponce De Leon Avenue. The husbandsof Andrews and John Perry. When the I _
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Pi Christmas in Georgia. the party and were presented with lighted the guests sang "Happy Birth

--...- Mrs. Evelyn Shelly spent the holi- appropriate gifts suited to their individual day" to Sue. Christmas favors, gaily Sj

Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Dull; were in days here with Mr. and Mrs. E. E. talents. The members of the wrapped, were presented to the child-

St. Cloud for the holidays. Kelly and Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle club had previously drawn names and ren. Ice cream and cake ,vas served. r

and family. gifts were exchanged from the Christ- Invited were Iris Ann Wright, Jan-

:Miss Alyne Gardner is in Kentucky mas tree. The living and dining rooms ice Magill, Sharon Crochet, Clara I an '

visiting her family for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kennon and were gaily decorated with poinsettas; Jones, Joyce Bartz, JoAnn Pitzen,
Mrs. Elthea Elmore visited Mr. and the mirror over the mantle was framed Joyce Barton, Caroline Cowl, Georgia l1es/qasHeS

r Mrs. E. W. Murrill1 in Arcadia for with vivid Brazilian peppers and Ann Suggs. Clara Hedke, Evelyn
Lt. and :Mrs. W. E. Dilley of Miami
Christmas.Mrs. choir boy candles stood on the mantle : Haven, Joan Marshall, Betty Sue 1
visited friends here over the holidays.
; an arrangement of fruit was cen Young, Mary Fay Andrews, John ,

.' Ruth Wilcox and her mother, tered' on the dining table. A turkey Perry, Jerry Bolton, Billy Broadfootand I 1 t. '.-. .'. '
i :Mr. and :Mrs. W. E. Bolton, Nancy ,: ,
Mrs. Agnes Marshall, spent the holi- dinner was served by candlelight. Richard Nannie.
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Vj and Cynthia, were shopping in Fort days with their family in Columbia, Mis. R. C. Wilson won a choker of c cI I

Myers Saturday. So. Carolina. pearls as high score prize for ladies, GIRL SCOUTS HAVE '

Mrs. G. B. Thomas received crystal PARTY FRIDAY NIGHT
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Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling and
from Pensacola where she spent
M. Bishop won a tie for high ,
The Girl Scouts of'Troop 3 observed -
four days visiting. Martha Jean were the guests of Mr.
i and Mrs. L.' R. O'Steen in Fort My- score for men. the holiday season with a Christ-

ers, Christmas. Playing were the Wilsons, the mas party Friday night at the homeof J4tc&zeVQ1oud.
Mrs. Theron Herring and Buddy Bishops, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Tanner. Games I

are spending two weeks with rela- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mr. and were played, gifts were exchangedand
tives in Moultrie, Ga. Richard Pape, who is stationed at
Mrs. C. E. Johnson, the Thomas', Dr. Christmas carols were by
Olathe, Kansas, spent the Christmas and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and Mr. and the lights of the tree. Sandwiches sung ,
Wilbur Goff of Tifton, Ga., spent holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Prewitt. I
and cokes were served. I
several days here with friends during Mrs. Melvin Pape. I
Christmas celebrations. II Attending were Barbara Barbas,
FAMILIES GATHER .Patricia Ann Meredith, Emma Jane
F/0 John Robbins, who is stationed -
7 Ezelle, Joyce Tanner, Eleanore Tan- "
..1 Mr.: and Mrs. Tom Stroud and fam- at Kessler Field, Mississippi, visited '
The Sullivan and Walker families ner, Nancy Powers, Kitty Hunter, ', 4'O
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ily were guests over the holidays of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
enjoyed a' Christmas chicken dinner Helen Espenlaub, Elissa Mueller,
Mr. and. Mrs. A. J. Thielen. Robbins, over the holidays. :
I I at the Boy Scout camp on the ridge Betty Lou Davidson, Sally McCarthv. ,
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Tuesday. A real family reunion Sue Holland, Mrs. Tanner and Mrs.
on
Ray Donald Thielen of Jacksonville I Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Slonaker, Mr. '
took the following membersof Campbell E. Nall. .
place as
spent .the, holidays with his parent, and Mrs. M. A. Thomas visited Mr. .GIDDEN'S.Furniture '
the families gathered to spend the
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thielen. I and Mrs. Manning Keen and Richard I
holiday: Mr. and Mrs. John G. Sullivan It would have taken 70,000 men
Charles in Pahokee, Wednesday.Mr. "
Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Woodward and Ray Sullivan, John Sullivan, operating 30,000 two and a ,half-ton Store
Miss Betty Jean Sullivan, Mr. and cargo trucks to haul the gasoline
I Mrs. A. H. King were shopping in and Mrs. R. C. Wilson left on
and MrsHerman Long and pumped by pipeline to Allied "
troops
West Palm Beach Thursday. in I
I Saturday to spend the holidays
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t Billy Wayne and Milton, of sons'l from D-Day ,to VE-Day. 'jI
t Marietta; Georgia, with Mrs. Wilson'sparents i
chula Mr. and Mrs. J. H. '
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Sr. of Wauchula J. H. Walker Jr.,
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of Miami Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Walkerof
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,Miss Lois and Miss Ruth Prince. Florence Graham spent the
Fort Lauderdale; Miss Violet Carl-
holiday in Pahokee' with her sister,
ton, who from the Florida State
came S
Emmett Shelley of Tampa was the Mis. W. M. Johnson, and family, and 'S ..... '
College for Women where she is a
house guest of Mr. 'and Mrs. Otto her parents, Mr.: and Mrs. J. J. Gra- q"P
student; Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Carlton
Larsen over the Christmas holidays.I ham.
and family of Zolfo Springs; Mr: and

Mrs. R .R. Walker and family: Mr. #
The, Quentin Evans family are Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Bradfoot and \
and Mrs. H. E. Walker, Linda Walker
spending the holiday vacation at son, Billy, left early last Saturday
their former home in West Virginia.' morning for a visit to their daughterin and Miss JoAnn Walker. i

,Louisiana and friends in Ten-,
, a Miss Estelena Heusted and her 'nessee.Mr. NANCY POWERS HAS

parents, :Mr. and Mrs McLeod Heus- CHRISTMAS PARTY ,r

,ted, spent Christmas in Punta Gorda. and Mrs. J. L. McManus spent
II .- the week-end in LaBelle. They had Nancy Powers entertained at a

,'. Mrs. George C. Crow and Billie' Sue as their guests on Christmas day, Mr. Christmas party Wednesday afternoon'

,. '..,. of _Albany, Ga., spent the holidays and Mrs. Claud Kirkwood of ,West. at'the home of her parents,.Mr. 'and
; :withMr. and Mis. Foy Durrance and Palm Beach. Mrs. Gene Powers on-Sagamore Avenue
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family., :;. :,i -; Bingo 'was played and prizes, 'II
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Mr. and ,Mrs. R. K. Waldron of wrapped in Christmas wrappings,

Gene Hester, now o'f Riviera, was: Newport, Rhode Island, who are win- were given ,to- the winners. Sand- I 1000 First Street Fort Myers, Florida: I

the house guest of :Mr. and :Mrs. tering'In' Palm Beach, spent'the week wiches and cokes ,were served to the

George F.. Serson several days last end as the guest of Mr. and Mrs guests, who included Patricia Ann BUY FROM.THE CATALOG

L "J week. W. L. Brantley. Meredith, Emma Jane Ezelle, Sally
McCaithy, Elissa Mueller and Edith Over 100,000 Additional Items

Il Rod S. Jones is spending the holi- Sgt. Evelyn Hare, who is stationedat Sutton.

days ,with his parents, Mr.' and Mrs. Fort Benning, is spending a Christ- I Use Our Easy Payment Plan I

Harvey S. Jones, and family. Rod mas furlough here with her mother, Millions of pounds poultry feath-

'' is a student at the Porter Military Mrs. Maude Hare. They spent the ers formerly' wasted or used for fer- .

I I Academy, Charleston, South Carolina. past week end in Fort Mjyers. tilizer now can be saved for industrial ...-

,M processing by washing in a sim-

",;:. ._'- ,_--,-. ., '-1-, I R. S. Hooks.of Tifton, Georgia, for- ple solution.
I. merly of ,Clewiston, is recuperating

, at a hospital there following an
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I ruptured. His condition is
said to be favorable. i


fr> Dr. and, Mrs. I. O. Bishop, Mrs. Elmer -

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l li' were the holiday guests of Mr. and

i I Sun. &' Mon., Dec. 30 31 Mrs. C. J. Neilson and Mr. and "Mrs. CIS

! ROT EOGEBS..,...M,, A. P. Wynn accompanied, them on ,11 6

-.TRIGGER,.,?,?,?...??m..ro their return to Miami.Mr ,

and Mrs. F. Deane Duff had as '7
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I, 1 F. E. Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. Stafford

Beach and sons, Stafford Jr. and Ted J ,

.I p1CTURE UBUC .A SOSSOFTHE w BOB NOLAN ROfr u d=THE BS Beach and sons, Stafford, Jr, and HAPPY J ; ".:;. V ,I V .

Teddy, and Mrs. John Beach.
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Tues. & Wed., Jan. 1-2 picnic dinner at Devil's 7-c-' "" : ; M .h'

Open New Year's DaY-3 P. M. and Garden Mrs.Tuesday.Carl Hathcock Attending, Mr. were and Mrs.Mr. ,." ,':,,f{";[<:;;LiL :"ft. :: : \_ .'

: Continuous shows 3-5-7-9 J, B. Hathcock, Miss Gervis Hath : '.- '
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,1 cock, Kie Hathcock and C. H. Hath- .. ',' : ; :4viT: (r AT THE STROKE
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Morrison Field You're the main line ": ': ;: faith in the future
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Deanna Durbin no stopovers your < :- enter year
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Sat., January 5 his_base Wednesday after visiting,Mr. through. I ....;; be rich in good cheer and blessings
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1,500,000,000 gallons of oranges and grapefruit to go to a of State'R. Gray; were told last week
gasoline, and lubricants where delivered foreign port since before' the war that they would have to give up their
to the armies In Europe--an average : was loaded at Tampa last week private offices within the next week
of about 5,000,000 gallons per aboard the ten thousand ton Swedish or two and find other quarters whilea
peat day to depots and air bases on the Steamship Tidaholm for Gothenburg, new wing is being added to the
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: /:1 Judge? Sorry I couldn't get there." very small number known as alcoholics.
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a; tr of the doctors on' the staff read a paper on university who said'Alcoholics are sick per t
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people of this community. And mass power to you, door friends, '

Tooting our own horn a bit, you -
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f I I j products will be suspended front Compulsory government 6l-as1de the conditions surrounding the marketing
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9 Evety note trumpets "Happy C C>>4'NG YEAR do, of course,. is hope for .ike fatf-: :

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; New Year! was 1945-a year of promise I
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1945

ASSEMBLY OF GOD Evangelist Service . 7:00 p. m. I dent and at once got into another have been
South Clewiston I I Prayer Meeting Tuesday. 7:15 p. m. boat and went to their assistance. :and a half years overseas and more than two the Christmas holidays here with her .: .

ReV. W. H. Magee, Pastor Y. P. E. Thursday . 7:15 p. m. They were in time to rescue the son, that they had arrived the In good the news mother, Mrs. Maude Hare, her brothers .ra': :. ,

L. W. W. B. Friday 3:00 p. m. \V. C. Molesworth, but were unableto )brightened the states Leroy and R. M. Hare, Jr., and :
Sunday school, 10:00' a. m. Each of you have a: special invita- find his father, who had gone families. holidays for their her sister, Mrs. R. J. Lee. Evelyn is : _.,i=

Morning Worship, 11:00 a. m. tion to attend one and all of these down in some twenty-two feet of Bud called his expecting a discharge from the WAC ./ ,'{
Children's Church, 6:30 parents from Camp In the near
p. m. services.ST. water in the channel. Blanding and should be future arid has some good
Evening Worship, 7:30. in. home by the prospects for a bright future.
p.
Both men were said to have been time; this gets in print.. We ,;
hope that I
You are cordially 'invited to worship MARGARET'S CATHOLIC but ':7
able swimmers burdened he will
were so call on us when he
with us. CHURCH gets home. The family of Pvt. William C. Pel- s
with their heavy hunting clothing Owen arrived on the
FT. Peter J. Reilly Pastor west coast ham received a belated Christmas '.'
that swimming almost has
was impos- and been fouled
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Sunday, December 23, 1945 up due to the gift; this week when a wire from him ;
sible. Both wore heavy mackinaws, transportation'tie-up, has ;
Clewiston .. M. so given up revealed that he arrived in
. 11:00 A. the pockets filled with shells, and hopes of making.the local the states
Church School .. . .. '7:15 a. m. Pahokee .-... . .. 9:00 A. M. hip boots. Their boat was light New Year'scelebrations last Friday and was at that time in "':
Regular Worship ... .. . .7:46 a.,m. boat with a and, ,the Orange, Bowl Atlanta. He shipped out the latter
frog low gunwales and but
as game we are in hopes of
Services held temporarily seeing part of September
are being
ST.
MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL and was sent to
it made the turn from the channel him soon afterwards. Owen's letters
in the Clewiston Community Japan for ocupational
CHURCH duty. The famIly -
toward the dock, overturned, throw have been among the most interest:
Church. All Methodists and friends is expecting him home soon for ,
ing the men out. Young Molesworth ing we'we
Services every 8und8fy at 8:80 seen 'during the war so Ily is expecting him home
attempted to hold on to his father, perhaps he will tell some soon ,witha : t
THE CHURCH OF GOD a. m., at Clewiston Community us of his discharge. '
'' but to no avail. most exciting .experiences for ,publi-
Rev R.flR. Holland, Pastor Church.THE .
REV. S. D. MA6OK Help was summoned at once by cation.
Mr. Alderman and the search for .
Sunday School ... . 10:00 a. m. the with some LEGAL NOTICE
body began thirty
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Preaching .. .. .. 11:00 a. m. CLEWISTON COMMUNITY! At Camp Blanding for separation TO MYRTLE CLONTZ
participating Grappling hooks caughtthe GUY, WHOSE .' :
CHURCH this week is Sgt. H. Munselle Stone. ADDRESS IS ,UNKNOWN: -
body shortly after midnight and -
David C. Hancock Minister Munie
hasn't been around since he
it was taken to the landing to await You are hereby notified' that Bill for
enlisted in'June of 1943 and had Divorce has been filed against you by
Sunday, December 30 1045 the arrival of the Berry Funeral Ned Guy in the Circuit -
given hopes of Court Hendry
up getting state side
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F. Deane Duff Home ambulance from Pahokee. County. Florida, at LaBelle and you are
Sunday School 945A. M. Dr. C. E.
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by Christmas. He arrived in the required to appear'in said suit on January -
Gericke, superintendent. states last Thursday and called Mrs. 15, 194& or the Bill will be taken ,.. 1\:
REGISTERED REAL ESTATE as confessed.
Morning Worship, 11:00 A. M. With ,Our Boys- Stone in Ocala as soon as possible "r "ff.
BROKER WILLIAM T. '
HULL;
A nursery for small children is con- after the boat landed. He and his Circuit Court .,.: "%"'.
Giode. Hcmlrr and Hotm Beach ducted by the Mothers' Club at the family are expected soon for a visit. Hendry County, Florida.. ', ,
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County Lands 23 Year.for More Tfaatt Community Center. (Continued from Page One) $ H. A.(SEAL RIDER) ,". '-,"r'r'Clerk

"Damien the Leper" is the theme Not in time. for Christmas turkey Sgt. Evelyn Hare was able to Attorney for Complainant. '> :
of the 'minister's sermon. but due to arrive shortly are H. T. spend Dec. 14, 21, 28, Jan 4. .'-. :

'Westminster Fellowship meeting, Vaughn, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
Vaughn, Jr., and Cpl. Owen Winn,
6 p. m., at the church. ,
I I'I All are cordially invited to worship !son!! 'of Mrs. A. H. King. Both men ..;..

GULF LIFE INSURANCE CO. with us without distinction of de .. '

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G. Nottingham Agent' -- - Revival ServicesAT

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Evening Worship . 7:30 p. m. LOTS .
Rev. Waldo Wood; former pastorof

Johnson's Fish Camp I the Arcadia Baptist Church will ..'" / ': s't? ..-.- ,-. S "" .. .--, ,",.. /:;-- ......,....,..,.,.... -. ii::

(Near Hurricane Gate) be the guest minister at the Clewis- ; ; :: (<, ?'.hm"t rr ': ::

Clewiston Fla ton Church Sunday at both services.All : : I

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::. DAY AND NITE SERVICE A X o'clock near Alderman's Fishing and '. oi t r rqf
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y the fish camp dock. Mr. Alderman
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GENERAL BUILDING AND LIBERAL REWARDFor CLEWISTON REALTY

CONCRETE WORK return of short haired .Yau'are cordially invited to attend '

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: hotel on New'Year's eve. The lobby a very. mellow glow. Life show, I want a Scotch and soda.*' established. If, beginning in 1946
; took on a rosy hue. Finally, a few I do not present this story becauseof we are capable of making even a faltering -
makers
Too ClassifyBy teemed with people. Merry minutes before midnight, he staggered the humor attached to it, but step In that direction, It will .
thronged the streets., There was into a swanky hotel lounge. See- rather because of its pathos and the prove a year worthwhile and'we may
i gaiety and laughter and a carefree Ing that he was. inebriated, a bouncer!, fact that it seems to typify the spiritof rightfully celebrate its arrival, buta
RUSSELL KAY atmosphere on every hand. Lonely took him in charge and escorted him I reckless abandon and inability to fervent prayer In the hearts of all
and blue, the stranger sat there feelIng to the street.Crestfallen. understand what exists everywhere mankind this particular New 'Year's
&..:-:>*&&<4> sorry for himself. Finally he he sat on the curb, still today. The world it appears has lost Eve would offer more"promise for the
could stand it no IQ ger. He decidedto alone and unhappy. It was a cruel its sense of values and is looking for future of the world than "another
They tell a story of a chap who do a bit of celebrating even, If hef world. They; couldn't do this to him. the answer to its'problems in another Scotch and soda."

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3a3aaa MhM&a & a >; Maa>M sa&a3 :tI at him, showered him with confetti It would be well', If as we approach CARBONIC GAS OPENS; OYSTERSYou
.and went their merry way. Stag another New Year, we would take
; gering to his feet, he set his jaw time to stop and count our change. can learn a lot from natureif
I 'I:"" with grim determination. This was 1946 is a challenge that calls for you keep your eyes open, <'' New Year's Eve. He had as much sober thought and careful action on Ruth' Stuart Allen, alert publicist for
right to enjoy it and celebrate it as i the part of all mankind. Never in its the State Board of Health, who in
anybody else. He decided to find the I troubled history has the world stoodat the current issue of "Health Express"tells
finest night club in town, have one such a perilous crossroads.. In our how high-powered research on
more little drink while the whistles grasp we hold the power to build a the part of Vic Bryant, shellfish spec-
blew and the bells rang and then .go marvelous new civilization and estab"lish ialist, resulted in the discovery that,
to bed. an' era of peace and happiness when inebriated, oysters will open
Not far away he spied a building heretofore undreamed of, or ,we can their shells for :you in a most acco-r
brilliantly lighted. Men and women employ that same power to bring modating manner.It .
s were entering richly dressed. The ,about complete and utter destruction. seems that Bryant was watchinga

place seemed to breathe with quiet I If, from the terrifying experiencesof star-fish feeding in an observationtank.
dignity., That was where he belonged. the past few years, we have failedto He noted that the star-fish
Those were his kind of folks. Making learn our'lesson and set about with would wrap its arms around the clos-
: :his way to the door he entered. Look- the same courage and determinationto ed oysters and inject into its prey an
ing for the bar he shuffled down an establish a "total" peace, as we unidentified anaesthetic. The doped
i >. aisle paying no attention to his sur- employed in creating "total" war, creatures would relax their muscles

, ,# roundings. It would probably' prove better- for and open their shell as pretty as you
Unwittingly he had entered a great mankind if the bells failed toll please.

,: ,,- .. WE SALUTE, YOU AS THE cathedral when midnight mass was another year.'I 1 "Why couldn't man do the same
in progress. Pushing his way to the "Peace on Earth, Good Will Toward thing?" reasoned Bryant. He beganto
,V NEW YEAR DAWNS altar rail he loudly demanded a Men" recognizes no national experiment, after- testing a score

f' .- [f ,.J"Ai', ,., "=', ," Scotch and soda. "Hurry," he shout- boundaries, .race, or creed, or color. I of ingredients he finally tried carbonic
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t" :: J :.: ,',. /: on the world stage, we salute bartender." The- Priest, seeing his that world Is to progress and prosper i water. It did the trick. Dumped

f:,. i"\ '', ,- the brave men and women:who ," condition and realizing that the unfortunate the peoples who inhabit it must come : into a tank' of carbonated- water, the
;;, \, tYi: have so splendidly guarded man did not know where to realize that individually and collectively oysters began to drink and presto
; ;:L ,Americas precious heritage of he was, signalled the choir to march 'they ,are "Their brother's they ,all opened their shells so they

:. '.,, freedom. We salute you, too, by singing an, anthem. keeper" and what affects the welfareof could be easily removed with a
I'I 1 fo'VV!? -.c. good friends and neighbors."I Unsteadily clinging to the rail, the one affects the welfare of all. Selfish shucker knife. ,What's more the, carbonic
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Florida area into one huge resort and GftBETUIGS ;, .
industrial area to be known as "Gas- ,
".... parilla Land" was urged recently by NEW YEAR :t HAPPY NEW YEAR -..:,: ,!"
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at a meeting of the Pinellas County TO ALL '., :l } -; .
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"The time has arrived when the NEW YEARGREETINGS
c thriving communities which make up
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to build this entire section
extending from Fort Myers on the *The New Year is Again glad bells .1..1.P
south to Cedar Keys on the north,
from 'the Gulf on the west, to the like a ship coming in, are ringing out u .. ..' ; l..,. ..'. ,
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America's newest and most popular unknown.It .
resort areas and one of the most ports Best wishes, friends, We hereby proclaim that we are resolved :,: : ,>. .-,:)
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big enough to do a real nationwide To all a bright ;-. .
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promotion job," Bruce advised, "and mean you much New Yearl wearing a path to our door. .. -
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area do a real job of cooperation in We furthermore proclaim that our
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-I itual blessings. are finest and
we wish them loads of good luck, good .' :

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In wishing our friends a instrument bf some kind? There are no new ones available U models. '
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at present, but we do have modem styled, new appearing = =
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MirrApianos, fully guaranteed. We also have several thor-
We hope 1946 will'be a
year ,of many EXTRAS for oughly reconditioned band instruments. The most complete WHEN NEW, DELIVERIES BEGIN, ,

Extra.opportunities, stock 'of records and record albums available, both classical
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happiness. MUSIO the answer to your gift problems. It's the lasting gift L YOUR OLD- CAR.. ji

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sugar stamp in time for holiday needs it
would probably'result in a severe
shortage later, Dr: James S. Thomas,.! w1sHl rau Gir 4t
OPA District Director, said this week. HAPPY l9 ;, .
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being plentiful, are In fact 16 per'cent -
less than at the same time last
year. Additional receipts for the next
two months are expected to be con-
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period ,a year ago, he" added,
which indicates the .critical shortagewill

"The continue.turn of the year will find CORDIAL GOOD WISHES ;.
only 300,000 tons. of sugar available TO ALL OUR FRIENDS ;': '
from Cuba and Puerto Rico in 'carry \
over' stocks from the preceding'crop,' : '. ... yi ,
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drop .Time waits for: no man, and 1948
tons available last January 1, and : : '
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allocates sugar to OPA for civilian included in our wishes for a J hasten to send 'our New Year's ,' .
rationing has not indicated any expected -
increase in the near future. _. Happy and I'rosperousNewYear wishes to you good folks in town,
Dr. Thomas 'stressed that the validation wishes which are drawn from
and..all around town. :
of the next sugar stamp at any. the deep, pure wells of hope. "

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.Plant Field in Tampa r are that all will be in readiness {or ,better than ever. ties. "
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General Manager P. T. Streider J.
Nears Original Status Fair since the war. i V. Knapp, state veterinarian, Told responsible for piraplasmosis or
states that there has never been' sucha the budget commission it would takean Texas fever.In .
Seeing in the Fair an opportunity I demand for space,so far in advance estimated $3,000 a
As Fair Grounds month In sal-
a to display'their wares advantageously -,
of the opening date and he advises aries-if the amount
l to hundreds of thousands of people anyone interested in securing a boothto the Federal Government-to is matched by order to build up the ranks of .
'TA1\rPA.-The thousands of GI's during the 11 days and nights of the contact him promptly as available he fever-bearIng insect.. control service industries, which Include such ",' '
who at one time or another during big show, commercial exhibitors are space i is going fast. Dates for the The tick hard-to-find folks as mechanics repairmen :.-:\
the war period were stationed at. planning the' most interesting and 1946 Florida Fair are Feb. 5 to 16 Glades, reappeared in sections of laundry and domestic workers :{
:plant elaborate displays in Highlands and Okeechobee heating plant and maintenancemen
Field in Tampa, would hardly years. inclusive. '
I counties last week and the board im- such
recognize their old home today for Since the last Fair was held hun- mediately organizations as General ,
real progress has been made in recoverJng dreds of new industries have sprungup quarantine returned' the area to a Motors, Minneapolis-Honeywell, Gen- I'
$9,000 Granted for from which it
was released -
this former military post in Florida and Fair visitors are I eral Electricand Serval, Inc., are
several years after 30- ,
ago
fctocifc to its original' status as. a Fair going to be amazed to find Florida Tick Eradication Vats year eradication campaign had a been providing free training courses. :Or-

Grounds. made products on display that they In Three CountiesTALLAHASSEE.The I termed successful.It ganizations like the American Institute -
Ever since the Army moved out: never'! dreamed were being producedin -
'swarms of workmen have been busy' this state.Magniticant. Is understood that the tick, of Laundering and the Oil Heat '.
"transforming the drab grounds' and 'I exhibits of fruits and State Live- which has been found near the mouthof I Institute are also sponsoring broad ,
buildings into a colorful expositionsite. I vegetables, poultry and cattle will stock Sanitary Commission was the Kissimmee Kiver, is the Aus- educational programs. \
{' Carpenters and painters 'are fol tell the'story of Florida's agricultural granted $9,000 last week for the con-
lowing in the wake of the clean up development, displays of school work, struction of dipping vats and what-'
squads, electricians are busy rewiring women's work, arts and crafts will ever salary funds are necessary to
to provide for miles of gayly, all be outstanding with the buildings combat a reinfestation of Texas cat-
Colored streamers, tons of clay have I housing these departments packed to tle fever ticks in three Florida coun-
been placed on the race track, the 1 capacity. The flower show which has .
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i r .' NEW YEAR 1946 will put on his show at .

r j :When Grandpa Wpp m -y midnight. hour, asy always in the '-. ,

r he spent most of a Saturday going to touts past. As. the show-boat disappears round .I' .

and back in a buggy. We can- pretty nearly the,bend in the river and we get back into '. '. :

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gone; was more to it than the fleeting joys of the
:: ;lence is gone, but human nature is still much -

'the same. In these days, as in those, friend- New Year holiday, that ""something has .. ', .: : t

[. :hips count in business. been, added"-something of permanent> "_
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