The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/01069
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 12, 1945
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:01069
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Injured By Hit Etherton PropertyMr.

a.' ST. ANNS HERE BY And Run DriverSteve CENTS PER HOUR and Mrs. Gene Bailey purchased FOR CARNIVAL ARE

this week from Mr. and Mrs.G. '

SCORE OF 710.0 Hoffman, son of Mrs. Rose TO CANE WORKERS E. Etherton two apartment GIVEN BY P.-T. A.

Hoffman, suffered a broken arm buildings located at' 608-6 2'At-

Wednesday night, October 10, when I lantic Street. Mr. Bailey, who is
\: The Clewiston Tigers defeated the The Department of Agriculture the contractor' on the Beck Motor Tentative plans for the annual
a car side-swiped him,on the road ashe
St. Ann's Crusaders of West Palm I yesterday announced an increase of Company building, plans to continue Hallowe'en Carnival were announced

"'" Beach, 7-0 last Friday night on the was riding his bicycle. Steve- five cents an hour in the basic minimum renting the two-story building but today by Mrs M. M. Prewitt, chair-

t k : local gridiron to gain their; second claims he shouted at the driver o'fthe wage rate for adult male in the near future will reconstructthe man of the carnival committee. These

r(' straight victory by the identical hit and run car but that the vehicle workers employed in the harvestingof one-story building into a 'roomydwelling plans were discussed at the called

'. score. failed to stop. I the 1945-46 sugar cane crop in 'I I rather than the two apart meeting of the P.-T. A. Tuesday

> Although outweighed by their opponents He was taken to the Clewiston Florida affecting the period ending 1 ments it now contains. night at the school.

fL.. the Tigers ripped open the Emergency Hospital, where he :was next June 30. The new rate is 35 The ,Etherton house, built by The usual booths will line the

.:;:: I Crusaders line for many substantial treated. Last year Steve fell from cents per hour. Harvey Guthrie, on W. Ventura, has midway including the House of Hor-'

gains climaxed by a touchdown in the top of the water tower and This rate was determined follow- been bought by Mr. and Mrs. H. C. ror, the fortune teller, bingo, penny

',- the second period. sustained; no Injuries other than ing the hearing held here a few Post and will soon move there to pitching game and the other booths

7. Taking the ball on their own forty, shock and bruises. weeks ago at which time it was urg- make their home. that ,have proved popular in the past.
f:.. after a see-saw first quarter, the ed by growers'that the wages be held I In addition to these will be a booth

; Tigers marched to the visitors the same as in the 1944-45 season. I selling domino masks, jack o' lan

.' thirty-one. On three successive CLEWISTON SLATEDTO Similar increases were made in FIRE DEPARTMENT terns and noise makers. The fish

'. plays by Pullen. Sullivan and McJ' the hourly wage rates of other classes fry dinners will not be served this
Leod the ball was carried to the year but a canteen will be
of harvest workers but piece rates open
;"',' St. Ann 1 yard stripe. Here the GET $85,000.00POSTOFFICE remain unchanged as do the rates ESTABLISHES SIX offering hot dogs, hamburgers,

Crusaders stiffened holding for two for planting and cultivating during sandwiches and cold drinks.
'r'' : downs. Then McLeod bucked over next summer. Prizes will be given< for costumesin

\ left tackle into pay dirt. Sullivan BLDG. ZONES AND SIGNALS the various classes following the
: : Sugar cane growers must pay the
: bucked from
: over punt formationto Grand March at the Carnival. The
I new scales in order to '
end the scoring for the evening.A wage qualify I Coronation of the Grammar School
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: last half flurry of St. Ann's A new postoffice building for for the subsidy payments on sugar The new Clewiston Fire Depart- King and Queen will be the climaxing -
J" allowed by the' government..
., passes was nullified by their own Clewiston to cost $85,000 was included ment has event of the evening. The reignIng -
completed organization,
. .:,' bad case of "fumblitis" and a pass In a list of proposed federalconet'rucUon ],I royalty of the night will be
;" interception projects listed the latter established new fire zones and sig
by Kepple.
Here Next Week chosen this year by popular vote
$ "" ""defensive part of, last week by the Associated nals for the city and obtained I .
The play of G. MiTTs:[ ap rather than by selling votes.....as in
: Bolton, Billy Toulls and Martinez -'ress. The projects are now await proval of these zones and the remainder past years..

f--: was outstanding for the Tigers. ing approval by Congress. of their by-laws at the It was unanimously agreed ton

Quattlebaum, Eckler and Tolton were Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, acting postmaster ,w aA meeting of the City Commission o I bring the night of, October 31st to

", the bf]| guns for: St. Ann'e. stated that she did 'not have Monday. a colorful and exciting close with a.

Clewiston St. Ann any further information regarding There will be five zones within !I masked ball at the Sugarland Park i

,.' I Conkling LE '" Henderson the building but said that she had the city, according to the new set I following the carnival. The High

. Martinez: '.LT Anderson been told last spring by post-office I I up, and Harlem will be zone 6. Zone, I I School King and Queen will be,
a Mills LG Tolton inspector that the high rating of the I 1 is between the highway and the crowned at the dance and prizes
;r'' Bolton C Gnann office here would entitle the town A. C. L. railroad and west of Central will be given for unique and outstanding -

r .... Toulis RG, ,v Eckler to anew office. Avenue; Zone 2 is between the high- costumes. "

i' Dunaway RT Ward The project traa listed with a I way and the lakeshore and west of The feature of the ball will be, a

t Young RE O'Brien large number of other offices in Royal Palm Avenue; Zone 3 is northof bathing beauty contest under the direction

":'' :- Kepple QB Quattlebaum Florida, but it has been pointed out w r5A'rS the highway, east to the city I of a master in the art of

.,':"'"' Pullen LHB" Eckler that from a list of some 4,020 projects I 4 limits and east of Royal Palm Ave .I presenting pulchritude Much interest -

:', McLeod RHB'I Howley to be submitted to Congress that nue; Zone 4 is south of the highway i I I has already been aroused by

Sullivan ;*' FB'f r.j f 'Smith only those most essential to efficient -'I and east of Central Avenue, and I I this announcement and the selectionof

I r Substitutions: 'Clewiston, G. Beat- operation will ,be constructed No. 5 is everything south of, the the outstanding beauty is 'expect'

',f ty, Trice, Miner,,,B;)Toulf8, Broad first! and that it may "be years before -II I Ir railroad within the city limits. I ed to be the most exciting .event of

I;{': .. Tick, R. Sims, Drlggeta and Martin. some of the officers 'are built The general alarm will be one], the evening. ,: : )

LOf particular'lnterest. eras; the an- New postoffices i liste4for the sY r3su' ; long;: blast; of the,;siren<;:' The ,carnival, will. last from' 6:00p.
this "fc 3a. theWacb ? ) Onetwo'l m., until 9:30 p. m., and' the
'uy : stitte- were ar Kp pka,,,, Auburndale three; four or five : l
}. that the St. Peter' and Paul's game Avon Park, Bay Harbor,'Belle Glade, I i designate the zone in which the fire I dance from lOp. m., until Parents -

scheduled for the 23rd of November Bradenton, Brooksville', Clermont, 'Governor Millard Caldwell 1 lis located except in Harlem where I attending' the dance are, urged

;! has been changed 'to November Clewiston, Crescent City, Dade City, I the signal will be.two long blasts. to bring the children with them at
f 24 and will be played In the Orange Dunedin, Eustis, Fort Meade, Frost- GovernorMillard' Caldwell is expected -{ E. M. Dull was the first office r I least for a short' time so that they
"Bowl in Miami. to be in Clewiston on Friday may enjoy he gay costumes.
proof. Haines City, Largo, Mount of' next week to discuss Everglades +I elected and will be Chief of the des -i
Dora, Mulberry, Okeechobee, Pa- partment for the first year of op er-'
Bells hOkee, Palmetto Passa-Grille drainage problems with members :>f RAMIE: PLANT .
Speaker Beach, ation. Ed Clark has been named '
the board, of supervisors of Ever-
Punta Gorda, St. Cloud, Tarpon assistant chief '
Jimmy Paul secre-
I,> At Meeting Of Wauchula glades Drainage District and with CONSTRUCTION
Springs Venice
Wild- other' tary-treasurer and L. C. Rosenberg .
American wood, Williston, Winter Garden, parties.". and L. N. Davis are the two cap- UNDER WAYs
LegionH. Winter Park No details of the havejeen
. Zephyrhills. meeting tains. In addition to these officers
released for publication so itis I the following were charter members I

Clark Bell, of Moore Haven, a Motion Pictures probable that 'his meeting' will be of the department: joe Schroeder AHOK E Newport Industries,

disabled veteran of World War 2 I with a selected group of drainage William Rainey, Arthur Scott, V. I Inc., has started construction on

was the guest speaker at the regular Contribute To officials, of the area.Resignation C. Woodward, Adolph Driggers, T., | the $250,000 ramie processing plant

monthly meeting of the Kiwanis J. Cason and Robert Rainey. Any I near Canal Point. An official the
Club Teaching Democracy firm said plans call for completion
on Tuesday evening at Of citizen of Clewiston over 18 of good 1
the of the in the when
Inn. : plant spring pro-
moral character
may be a memberof i
:Mr. Bell gave an interesting talk The motion picture industry is Gross As City the department but the member-! cessing of the large acreage of ramie -

on his experiences as a first sergean probably the largest ,factor contributing ship is restricted to twelve mem- will start.

with a pontoon bridge unit from to the teaching of democracy Engineer AcceptedThe bers, including officers. J The plant is located about a mile

training days until an artillery shell] to the rest of the world was the I The regular business meetings of from Conner's highway on the south

put him out of the war while constructing view expressed in a most interestingtalk City Commission at its regular I the department will be held the first side of the road, opposite the Hick-

y,. a bridge across the Mozell by U. T. Koch, manager of the meeting Monday, afternoon, accepted I Monday night in each month at erson-Jones development. When completed
River in France. Dixie I the plant will have a capacity
Crystal Theatre
at the Kiwanis -
the resignation of E. 'E. Gross as 7:30 p. m., to discuss any business
Routine business matters were meeting Wednesday night at city engineer which is effective on that may come up and receive class- sufficient to process ramie, from 2-
discussed the Inn. He pointed out that I 000 acres, which will be under cultivation '
during the remainder of mow or before November 15. Mr. Grossis room instruction in fire-fighting.
the meeting. Two prospective ne tion pictures are produced in twenty- entering business in West Palm Equipment' drills will be held each in the Canal Point section

members of the post were in attendance seven languages, exhibited in fortytwo Beach in November. Monday night at 7:30 ,except the I when plantings are complete.
as visitors. countries for the consumptionof regular meeting nights. Experimental processing has been ,
six hundred million people. Resolutions of appreciation were going on here several months, ac
adopted by the commission and The city will pay $37.00 to. the .
ALTERING HOME Through this medium democracy can presented cording to the official. The process. ,
to F. D. Duff, former department for each fire attendedby J
be sold to the people of the other mayor ed fiber was sent to a fiber manufac- I
I and M. W. Bigg, former city clerk, eight or more members and if
turer in the northeast where it will ,
: Mr. and Mrs. E. M. nations of the world. I
Dull who last
for their in less than that number attend will .
services behalf of the
be the small
placed on market in
: year purchased the Tom Mr
Shelley duplex cited some of the problems -
city for many >ears. CommissionerR. pay $3.00 for each member attenoV Quantities.
are now at work converting the of operating a theatre under \
ing. The
" Y. Patterson 'made a splendid secretary of the depart- The on Conner's highway
duplex into a seven-room home. Mr. war time conditions without films I presentation talk. Each of the former ment will pay $3.00 to each member j la, the largest acreage in this section of the
Dull Is doing the greater and the other
part of the Ufflcnltiea arising for
membere'al60 received an Ever- attending a fire and will drawj4.00' I
Glades tp total 1,000 acres when
work himself in from .
spare the shortages due to the .
varIT sharp fountain pen and pencil ,at. I for each fire he attends. The plantings, are completed this fall.Approximately' .
ft / TTo1tlon attenUan to thA ennnwtic_
-- -- A letter of appreciation wad alee city will also pay $1.00, per man for : : 250 of the 500 acres ,
Troop '3 Girl Scouts of the industry in war activities -, each practice
i in sent to Mrg. W. L. Lott for heractlre allowing four practices of ramie planted this Bummer was

Met On salvage bringing Information relativeto work in behalf of the city li- a month and $10 per month in destroyed by the high water caused fy
campaigns and other
war addition to the
above to the
efforts brary. Dr. and Mrs)Lott are leaving amounts by tho recent hurricane nnd will have <
to the attention of the pub- Chief.
lie. soon fox North Carolina where Dr. to be replanted.The .
"Information '
on everything bu I
Troop 3 of the Girl Seouta openefl how to Lott has taken a position as a research Mr. Dull states that the organiza- Introduction of* ramie into
put out an atomic bomb"he
I their weekly meeting on Thursday, said. During World War II ( chemist at North jCarolma j I I lion Is coming along very nicely and the Everglades will provide em- j
I October 4, In the oaual manner. turea University. he believes that It will operate with ployment the year round as the I
sent the
were to four
I Plans were discussed to take a trip the world for the entertainment cornersof The commission authorized the I top efficiency at any fires which II I fiber Is harvested in the summer i

I In the near future to West Palm of oar troops on land and sea. Theatres purchase of a four-yard Ford dump may occur In the future months when farm activity is at a

Beach to attend a meeting of a Girl went all out for assisting In truck for garbage disposal work as standstill. f fr

Scout Troop in that city and to visit, Red Cross drives, Infantile Paralysis soon as available.Ed I IS THIS YOU? Another ramie processing plant ,
an art gallery there. The troop then: Is being built by the Florida Ramie
campaigns and the sale Clark
of War appeared before the
divided into patrols and attendance Bonds. I Products Corp., near Belle''' Glade '
1-' commission asking assistance in re-
and dues were checked. Wednesday afternoon about noon where several hundred acres of the
He mentioned too that at the state surfacing the tennis courts and providing -1
The next meeting of the troop you were at the post office accom- fiber also are under cultivation.
'r legislatures in forty-five: states this nets and backstops. While! I
will be panied by a prominent business
on Friday, October 19, at the I man
past spring do detrimental legislature no definite action was taken the
the Library at 3:30 p. m. Attend- and his recently married daughter.You CPI JAMES BROWN IS
passed concerning the motion commission individual members
ance is urged. have lustrous red hair, are about RELEASED FROM SERVICE '
picture Industry. Colorado agreed to give assistance and
t o a committee
Members present were Helen medium height and build. Your t
remove the State amusement tax. 1 t was named to study the needs.
Espenlaub, Nancy Powers, Patricia is the only business he / dress was a natural colored waffle DREW FIELD, TAMPA, FLA., .
said that
I, Ann Meredith, Elissa Mueller, Elen- The remainder of the meetingwas pique dress and you wore a neck- Oct. 7-Cpl. James Brown, 35, Rt.
pays taxes
on the entire I I
" ore Tanner Sally McCarthy, Betty Mr. Koch receipts. taken up with a discussion off lace that might have been a locket. 1, Box 422, Clewiston, was released
I i Lou Davidson, Beverly Stark, Sue Florida from traveled the state o the by-laws of the new fire department If
::. Holland, Emma Jane Ezelle, Katherine for Pensacola: to Key Wes; and of the boundaries of theo tion call at the News office and re- Army Air Forces today at the, Drew
over twenty
6 ,;' J Hudson, Mrs. Gene Powers and Clewiston via Moore years. He came t fire zonesa detailed account of ceive two tickets, to be the guest jf Field Separation Station. ;> )

N Mrs Campbell E. Nail. ( Haven by boa which Is given elsewhere in this the Dixie Crystal Theatre and the Cpl. Brown is the son o! Mrs.

Continued on Page 5) l issue. manager, U. T Koch. {i Calire Warren of the same (;ddress.p .


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dignitaries that gathered from hither and when the chore ,was finally Cows To Markctte Radio & Sales .
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,i from all I gather, was what mignt Carson, president of the market to For TB and Bangs fit interested Clewiston.In said Florida business That is the as party lot- ,
well be termed an "auspicious" one.' proudly inform all and sundry that lows:
Too Late To ClassifyBy In weather that ran the gamut only once before in the history of Disease Soon j City of THOMAS E. MARKETTE.
Clewiston County of Hen-
: from brilliant sunshine to sudden the auction had more cattle been .dry, Florida, September 29, 1945. .
RUSSELL KAY squalls of rain, the Okeechobee Live- sold at the Okeechobee county seat.I Owners of family milk cows in'|Oct. 5, 12 & 19, 1945 "

I stock Market enjoyed the second Highlight of the afternoon was the Hendry county who would like to | .

.:,,:,,:,,:,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:-x""r: busiest' day in its history. sale of a fine red bull for $16 per have them tested for Tuberculosis'and NOTICE TO CREDITORS, ;'. u
I To the accompaniment of bawling hundred. The animal weighed out Bangs disease will please regi Law of 102,1:; c,

You know I always looked on my cattle, roaring B-17's from nearby at 1,075 pounds.Immediately i i i ister at the office of County Agent'' IN THE COURT-OF THE COUNTY .o".,:'

friend Al Cody publisher of the Hendrick's Field and clacking Sea-' proceeding the au- H. L. Johnson at the Courthouse and JUDGE HENDRY COUNTY, ",'
Florida Cattleman, as Florida's board freight trains, a veteran auctioneer ction a lavish catfish dinner was state the number of animals to be STATE OF FLORIDA. .1
McNurlon of Umatilla staged with all hands participatingand In re the Estate
greatest booster o* our growing live A. C. I i I tested :
stock Industry but it looks like knocked down 465 head of sleek I can tell you when those folks i I Mr. Johnson stated Monday that EDWARD Deceased.STANLEY RICHMOND ",
of buyers who came down around Lake Okeechobee pull To all Creditors. Legatees, Distribu
Paul Scarborough, Jr., Special Representative steers to a bevy arrangements are being completed to :
dinner just naturally tees, and all Persons having Claims or
and catfish they
off ;
about everywhere a I
the Seaboard Airline, from just '
of bring this service to Hendry County ,Demands against said Estate: %
5s running him a close second. stood around eagerly with their don't fool around about it. The: and that a representative would arrive You, and each of you, are hereby -' ',..
wild down there and I notified and required to present any
full of folding money.In i I catfish grow !
Anyhow Paul dropped by to see pockets at LaBelle some time during claims and demands which you or -'.,
the background, taking in the they are the "eatin" kind. I either of have .
cattle you may against the "
me after attending a pow-, the month of October in
I vas at the Community or early :estate pf EDWARD STANLEY RICH ..
and The staged
show, was a lively crowd of lean I :
"wrow and sale held in Okeechobee I I November. MOND, deceased late of Hendry Coun- -, ;4
tidt long ago and about all the guycduld lanky cow hands, townsfolks from i Center where the Chamberof I I ty, Florida, to tho Hon. R. M. Harris, :j
about"was Florida cattle bankers to bootblacks, a colorful assortment -I Commerce and Livestock, Association -1 Mr. Johnson urges that registra- County: : Judge of Hendry County, at ',d
talk r his office in the County Court House in "
tion be made
and what a marvelous future lies I I of Seminole Indians in their) big-wigs played host to several I, as soon as possible. I!LaBelle Hendry County, Florida, within .
Presiding was The service will be free. twelve months from the date hereof. ;,
state, and city hundred guests.
I native garb, county .
ahead:: 'for Florida as a cattle state. !I I 1 Dated August 3, A. D. 1945. IELBJ.RT
According to Paul they really had officials and a smattering of news-, Chamber President R. B. Meserve, i : : L. STEWART, 'i
quite party down there on the papermen. |I who launched his program with an The Avon Park Chamber of Com- Administrator of the Estate of ..:
Edward Stanley Richmond, ,,
shores of Lake Okeechobee with the The genial "Colonel" from Uma address of welcome from Mayor H. merce is urging that the 129 room i iI Deceased. :, J
livestock Association, Chamber pf tilla, mike in one hand and gavel in V. Raulerson and wound it up witha I hotel formerly used by the Lodwick' To the Executor or Administrator: '. '..:.
I The above
Commerce and city and county of-!,, the other, paced the auction from brief talk by Mr. Carson. School of Aeronautics in Avon Park iin i a newspaper published must be In published Hendry ;';
1cials -playing host to a flock of early afternoon until nearly dark State Senators N. Ray Carroll of i ibe' taken over by the state for a I County once a week for, 8 weeks (9 '.
I Beacham of I publications), and the proof of such '; ':'
R. unit
Ir Deer Park and John temporary of the proposed I publication (which will be furnished ";-
West Palm Beach respectively lent I $500,000 State Hospital Branch. you by the paper) filed in this office. ,
the general theme, which you have YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID i
probably guessed by this time, was 1 IIS :
Until You Can Buy A I ;
I cattle and the thriving cattle indus- NOTICE

try. i! NOTICE OI' INTENTION TO -- .,.
After tracing the early strugglesof : HECISTER FICTITIOUS NAME: "' THE UNDERSIGNED hereby give :
I notice of their ."' ,..
NEW intention to register '
carTake the Florida State Cattlemen's As-i I with the Clerk of the Circuit Court In
: and
sociation, Senator Carroll expressedthe for Hendry County Florida the
Notice is that the
hereby given undersigned name of "THE SOUTH FLORIDA .
belief that Okeechobee'should under the provisions of I EQUIPMENT CO." fictitious ,
Good Care of YourPRESENT I as a name
become the 'outstanding cattle maij Chapter 20,953. Laws of Florida, Acts I under and in compliance with the ,-,
of 1041! will register with the Clerk I terms and provisions of the Fictitious "
V ket in Florida while Senator Beacham -I of the Circuit Court, in and for Hen Name Statute of the State of Florida. .
asserted that the economic fu- dry County. Florida upon receipt of -
proof of publication of this notice, the' ELMO B. BUSHNELT
V car ture of Florida lies primarily in con-, fictitious name, to-wit: PAULINE C. DUSl.. ELL.i .
tinuous agricultural and Industrial I I
development. He pointed with i

pride to the considerable progress I .::'.

for made by the cattle industry in the '
Bring it to us regularly FLIGHT INSTRUCTION ,
last few years and predicted that it I ,

PROMPT EFFICIENT ECONOMICAL was Guiding only the spirit beginning.of 'the ,whole oper-r I; Of All Kinds In Preparation For );

ation in Okeechobee is W. E. Car-

Care and MaintenanceWASHING son, president of the market whichhe : Private and Commercial -:?,

established here on April 5, 1945, ,
: ,
after moving here from Alachua PILOT'S LICENSES

County. Commenting on the futureof
and GREASING AAA REPRESENTATIVES the industry in an interview with I Class Now Being Organized :;

Scarborough, he said:

CHRISTIAN CHEVROLET "Even though this year 'has been CHARLES W. MILLER .j
r hard on cattle, first because of pro- "'
longed drought and later with an i ENROLL NOW PHONE 67-R OR 14G-J :. .

PHONE 87 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA I excess of rainfall the growers are I I "" ,- .". ."jI
not Better weather
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producing areas to be found any- Service
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where. "And, he concluded, = .. '
J. E. ,BeardsleyREAL "Okeechobee will play a very Im-I '1. ..
portant part in that development." :
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ESTATE BROKER While the congress continues to
::: For All Makes ::: :
worry about "unemployment, Dr. AIY
E. L. Newcomb, executive vicepresident -j AiX
of the National Wholesale +

PROPERTY MANAGEMENTCITY Druggists Association, states that I =:!:: ELECTRICAL.APPLIANCES. :is;: '-
the nation's drug stores need 10-
1 :: Fluorescent Lighting Fixtures Wiring *
V 000 pharmacists and research'workers. -
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The real income of the American

I people at the start of August was i.:!'.: GEO. WEAVER and T. J. CASON :*;:

93 cents, the lowest monthly level I A

reached since October, 1938, when it! Y 163 ;
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was cents, according
Phone 66 Hopkins Bldg. I vestor's Syndicate, in a monthly I :% AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR CLARION RADIOS :;:

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From Clewiston, capital of the Florida Everglades and center of the largest single production ::


of sugar cane in continental United States, comes bag after'bag' of golden brown raw sugar,4 '. .

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Committee our service forces remain in uniformand Housewives Urged To I I An offering of 1,700,000 shares of a share was speedily i snapped up by
Vegetable j common stock 1n the I
on duty. I newly organized I investors last week. The concern

Meets In Clewiston "This is our opportunity to take I Save All Fats : Kaiser-Frazer. Corp. made at $10I .!, will manufacture low. priced cars.
part directly in the task of provid- I .--___ j I ; - ---------r
ing for our own service personnel I' 1I -
I Important decisions. involving the I Florida housewives were asked
I and of giving comfort to the dis-
trend of the vegetable industry of I tressed peoples of the ,nations who day by J. M. Williams, assistant to-I
Florida in the coming season and fought side by side with us for victory director of the Production and \ Flamingo Brand I
keting Administration, U. S. Department -
thereafter, as related to conditions he concluded.
of Agriculture, to redouble J
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: following the*sudden end of the war, their efforts in saving used kitchen I

are expected to be reached on October Benefits Payable Under fats. j DAIRY FEED

1 23 when commodity groups Old Age InsuranceJoe I From January through August, a j
and directors of the Florida Vege-
> : total of 1,044,183 pounds of used r
: ) table Committee meet In special ses- fats has been collected in Florida, ) Roughage and Concentrated Feeds
sion at Clewiston. P. Verri, manager of the West ,
need'to !
but collections, Williams said
Palm Beach Field Office of the Social !
c' Chairman LL. Stuckey of Pa- be greatly increased if this year's)I

; hokee, and LaMonte Graw, managerof Security Board, advises all wage 'national goal of 250 million pounds j I Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users
who have recently earners who are 65 years old and
the Committee,
is reached. Recently, the Department -]
; returned from a survey trip to their wives to become familiar with of Agriculture and the OPA'announced

Texas, have sent out the call for the the benefits that are payable under an increase from 2 to 4 You Can't Buy A Better Feed

meeting which will include rep- the Old-Age and Survivors Insurance I ration points for each pound of used ....

"', resentatives of !such commodities as I Provisions of the Social SecurityAct. I fats housewives turn in to their" FOR SALF TN THIS 'AREA AT DEHYDRATING PLANT IN;
:'.' "- beans, cabbage, tomatoes, leaf vegetables Mr. Verri also advises the grocers or meat dealers. "Florida MOORE HAVEN

',t- potatoes and'celery.. survivors of deceased wage earnersto
housewives have done an outstanding -I'
: make immediate inquiry as to the
information ceil-
"Latest on price
.. job in saving used fats for many
': ings, possible merchandising pro- possible payment of benefits."If the but WOBURN CHEMICAL: '
: important uses during war :1 CORP. (N. J.)
fall the wage earner or the survivors -
;. .' grams and a report on potential victory has not ended the need," declared -J
acreage, will be discussed," Graw of a deceased wage earner are ( Williams. i iI MOORE HAVEN, FLORIDA
stated. "There also will be meetings not fully acquainted with the bene-

' of the labor and various postwar fits payable under the Old-Age and I "Doubling the 'Point'value for used I ,,'J::. 01 ;rA".a'l ..z"n \U -z:9" :: u... -
fats is the most emphatic way, the
A': : planning committees."We Survivors Provisions of the Social I

have now been able to cor- Security Act, they should immediatelywrite ; Government has showing. the urgent I z T .
need for greater saving of used' .' ;;a.- --
: relate much valuable data on the to the nearest office of the "Ir _
fats," Williams said. Stock piles of I
Social Board contact the
situation in Washington, as well as or
: fats and oils are dangerously low
governmental reports on the con- field representative when he is in
ditions in.Florida and the rest of the their vicinity. There is no cost for i and the need for industrial fats and I II I

country. With this information be- such service and it is the obligationof oils is so great that the Department MilK

fore them, representatives of the the field office to fully acquaint I of Agriculture, various cooperating comes most nearly being the perfect
county agents, home demonstration -
various commodities will be able to I wage earners with their rights as to agencies'
salvage I
make decisions affecting policy for qualifying for benefits under the Social agents local-
I committees, and civic organizations food for both and old
both this year and the future." Security' Act." everyone, young .
All wage earners who have at- have redoubled their fat-saving work. II I

tained age 65 should make inquiryof "By saving every drop of used I
Gov. Caldwell I
do ;
the representative when he visits fat, housewives in Florida can a'

r '.. Cooperation In National this vicinity on Monday, October 15, lot to speed up the return of plentiful I
1945, .in the Chief of Police Office, supplies, of soap," Williams said,

War Fund Campaign at 10:00 a. m., in Belle Glade. "Used, fats saved in the- home ,comeback i I'

in the form of soap, Pharmaceuticals i
;; TALLAHASSEE, Oct. 10=(FNS) The sixty-seven million dollar rubber. goods, insecticides

t ,:" -Calling attention' to the fact that Bell bomber plant at Marietta, Ga.,.I lubricants, and many other I P f
which at the peak of its production
millions of service men and women for home i
products use.
H are still overseas. Governor Millard I employed 29,000 persons, will be offered -

k F, Caldwell, in urging concerted to private: industry, it was re- FAR HOME DELIVERY PHONE 176 ,

". action during the month of Octoberto ported.. The plant has been classedas IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? I
make the National War Fund I surplus property. DO IT xo'v. 1 1 _' ": ..' id"A' :'-:.- -:. -- '-,

campaign an outstanding success \
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"The end of the war has not ..
t brought an end to the need of serv- -' .
", ice for the moralebuilding "'"
personnel ... .. "
: ing entertainment and other neces- ,. ,,,,,,,,,,.,.. "
,-- sary services given to them by the .. > ""-"" 'if'" rt; Jrir
agencies participating in the National v1l1)' i >"" ; 1'4>"0 D
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War Fund campaign. In fact it .I ., :'ti ; '

may, be more trying, even though it ,. ,,/ .. :<:; !; : >jJ" :, ,,' w'
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is' less dangerous to remain away ( ; ..,,, ; [ ?
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from families and friends for long i fi ,.04 ;\ t-tjF' .\i\, "" ,. ,., t--"';.,,,, ,, '"J"''" y..r. : "'
ti periods now 'that the fighting has X,''4r', ; /.. i:' ,;., # d" : ..." }:?} :K" f
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.stopped, ; IThe..job(! ., is not finished. and- l. ,f"2$1l': "'<'N", 1i''<" "' ',,:' .,/If Zk' v"J't.s -
'. will not be'*' finished until the aggressors ., .' ,".,,". !Y?:."' ,..<4, "J'"r.." qlp ,
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have been .
rendered im- 1tb
potent to wage another war. Our \'", 4t. ,,; : :::) ;

';:', job is not finished either as long asFortunately ,,_.".. 'ifIXlt.Xlt. ,., 'it"A; :i.

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The Clewiston News and heavy in anticipation which of less the COUNTY BOARD (.....=-=--=-:-:-=..-:..:..:..=..:..:..:-:-:..:..:..;-..:..-:. fame came when the 9th' took" the
county elections, were bridge' at Remagcn from the' 'Nazis

than a month away. Independent and forged the final bridgehead on

Published every Friday in Clewiston. candidates were said to be makinga GIVES APPROVALTO With the highway to Berlin.

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS race for every county office. Joe was recently transferred from
*oc. O. L. Jeffries was considering the 9th '
as only men' with the highest -
changing the name of the Clewiston '45 TAX ROLL points were kept in the divisionto

Entered as second class mail matter Dairy to Clewiston's' Bovine Studio Our Boys be sent home. Now, Joe, too
February 1, 1927, at thfe Post Office In and installing a victrola to keep the
Clewiston,. Florida, under the Act of ---'- soon will be home as anyone ;would
March 3, 1887. cows contented during milking time. The board of county commissioners know by that sparkle in Ardis' eyes. '
This method of playing> soothing *
-- gave final approval to the 1945 t in theService
tunes had been used very success- Pvt.
Hall who has been
CARR SETTLE, Publisher I ,
fully in other dairies and resulted In tax roll as submitted by Dennis stationed at Kessler Field, Mississippi -

Subscription! Rnte--Y;O Per Tea considerably better milk. The News Small, county tax assessor in ,a meet- I is home on a fifteen-day fur- .
ing Tuesday which was a continua- '
wondered if the soothing tunes were '
Adrcrtlnlnff Rate On ApplIcaUon. lough en route to Selman Field at
changed to jazz tunes if the milk tion of the regular monthly meetinga ,
Monroe La.
overseas replace-
would be curdled. That expression week before. Mr. Small said the
ment and is hoping for a meeting
Devoted to the advancement and welfare "Jazz tunes" surely is reminiscentof roll would now be turned over to
with his brother
whom hasn'tseen

of Clewiston and Hendry County. a by-gone era and recalls flap- the county tax collector. .p.;..;.....;..:..:..:..:..:.;..:..:-;.,;-:.....:..:.,;-+-:..: -:...:..: in fifteen months., We he: are all '/

pers, waist lines that darn near Minutes of county board meetingsare 1 Joining with Ardis and Sherwood in
tackled us around the knees, helmet published every month in the issue '
Pfc. Arthur H .Neal of Clewiston. hoping to see Joe soon.
RATIO hats that were guaranteed to"make of the News of the same weekor has recently been discharged from *

anyone look moronic, music by Berlin the week following the 'monthly the Army,
at the Separation Base, We are in of addressfor
receipt a new
records of Gene Austin, those meeting. This time, Clerk T. Hull Miami
Beach, according to a press Bob, Topper that indicates a
hideous evening gowns that were said it would be impossible to get
release from the base this week. change of for the youngest
above our knees In front and hit us the copy ready until next week since scenery
I son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred .
--"-..-- below the calf of the leg in back and the' end of the fiscal year, Sept. 30, I : Topper.Bob's
-- I I Vita phone at the cinema. I'll wager was responsible for' considerable Word was received here this week many friends will be interested -

that if, records of Betty Hutton or extra work winding up the old and by Mrs. Gene'Vesley Jackson, the in the following: Robert F.

On The HouseBy Spike Jones were played for the beginning the new fiscal year. former Edythe Nell Cornette, that Topper, S 2/c, CD 2755 2nd Echelon,
her husband COM SER, 7th Fleet FPO San
butter has been promoted to % ,
cows today, would be the re- --- .
D. C. S. sult. the rank of Captain and he is on his Francisco,, California.
Federal Reserve
way home for a long, long time, she *
of that is item from
Typical era an
made by the members -
The gesture hopes. Cpl., Clayton S. '
city commission to New York about a gangster being II I Announces Proposed wrote to
of the new
Mae Lily as of the 17th of September -
slain near the street where a liquor
members, F. D. Duff,
two former
number of racketeer was reportedly murderedby Industrial ExpansionATLANTA Sgt. Joe M. Hall left LeHavre last and said that he expected to
who a great yearsas
to two the Al Capone, Chicago gang. The Sunday and should be home within leave Germany the 18th and to leave
Clewiston's prior
mayor France for the U S. about the
a week or two with =honorable on or.
slain an
years ago, and M. W. Bigg, who has gang of the member swore Oct. 10FNSA 25th of September arriving in New
discharge as he has more than the
succeeded C. E. Thomas vengeance.A the Sixth Federal
by recent
just been survey of York
,October 5. Mae who has
necessary 'number points. Lily,
bull fight, complete with torea- of
resolutions ex- in-
in the adopted Reserve Bank reveals proposed been
working at the First National
dor and bull, was scheduled for Joe was assigned to the ,9th
for their dustrial and'expansion in the
pressing yearsof growth Bank in Atlanta
Ga., quit her job in
Armored I
Division when it
Armistice Day in Fort Myers. Objections was acti-
remuneration to
service, without southeast that will go a long way anticipation of
'.. were raised.Fellowship vated at Camp Fuston, Fort Riley, Clayton's return and
1- commu n't y wa s, we 1rnnro"UUU .. .. toward offsetting the loss of war. in- friends
Kansas, in July of 1942. After and relatives are looking for
U '
greatly appreciated by both dustries. them in Clewiston
months of there soon.
training it went
Union The few of the "
bank lists a pro- *
through the California desert .
men.We grind.In
know that it was appr'eciatedfor posed expansions as follows:, Sgt. Munselle Stone has written
Meeting Is Held August of 1944 the 9th went
both the recipients have told us The American Can Company has overseas and crowed to France late Winnie that he is expecting to be

so and while they; may be a little ---.- initiated an expansion program at in September. Twice during the home for Christmas and to hold his
modest about expressing, publicly, Tampa that will cost one and a presents.
The September meeting of the I bitterest fighting the Germans reported -
their appreciation, we feel sure that quarter million dollars. At Bruns- *
Fellowship Union of the Clewiston the 9th "destroyed" but the
they will forgive us this mention. I wick, Ga., the Hercules Powder BM 1/c Robert A. Chapman of
I Community Church was held the Krauts finally gave up all referenceto
Few residents know the sacrifices Company has announced an ad- Clewiston released ..
was from service
evening of September 25 at the the division since
they kept, see-
which are 'made by members of the dition to its naval stores plant that at the U. S. Navy Separation Centerin
Community Center.A ing ghosts.,
commission, serving simply becauseof will run well over a million dollars. Jacksonville this week and is said "*, *
their interest in the welfare and very enjoyable dinner was serv- Florida supplies a considerable In the battles of St. Vith, Bas- to be back at his home here.

development of their community but ed to the approximately thirty men amount of raw materials for their togne, and Echternach the 9th Arm- *

we feel that the resolutions adoptedby present by a committee of ladies, operation. At Macon, the ArmstrongCork ored wiped out large numbers of Dick Hooks and Wilbur Goff have

the commission and the words of with Mrs. F .E. Conkling as chair Company is just completing a hardened German troops and cap- shed their CPO's and assumed again

commendation spoken by Commis- man. Some of the new tables' pur- $6,000,000; expansion program. The tured hundreds of prisoners. When the ordinary title of Mister after
chased jointly by the Fellowship the German, offensive began the 9th
sioner Patterson in the presentationwould Southern Railway has announcedthe being "separated" last week from

be endorsed fully by every Union and the Woman's Associationwere placing of contracts for new was the most powerful' fighting unit the U. S. Navy 'Sea-Bees. at Jackson-

resident.. given their first use at the din equipment totaling $10,000,000. present to oppose the initial on- ville. Dick and Wilbur ,served together i

ner. After the dinner a period of Sherwin Williams Company is con- slaught. Although technically in all over the South Seas, came I

1 singing, led by Richard Heath, was structing a $2,000,000'plant in At- reserve they were thrown into the home for a few weeks and then sailed :

The Parent-Teacher Association actively participated in by the assembled lanta. At Clewiston, the United battle against the enemy in Luxem- again for Okinawa,'arriving there i iI
is going all out in their plans for
I I men from the new song States Sugar ,Corporation is just bourg. I just before Japan decided to quit. 9;

the Hallowe'en Carnival which will books which have also been recently completing its $7,000,000 starch Perhaps the outstanding bid for I I (Continued on Page 8)
be held on Hallowe'en evening on J
purchased. The for the
program plant which .is expected to begin,
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the school grounds. Features of the evening was JI
arranged by the com- operation shortly. Numerous other
carnival this. are to be the first I
year mittee with C., E. Gericke as chair- expansion programs calling: for investments J
bathing beauty' contest ever held in
man and consisted of three speakers of smaller amounts but
connection with the carnival and the BREAKFAST XTJNCHEON DINNER f
who outlined the operation of the aggregating many millions of dollars

costume dance which will. follow at new' development program of the U. are planned. 7:00 TO'9:30 A. M. 12:00 TO 2:00 P. M. 6:30 TO 8:30 P. AI.i :

Sugarland Auditorium. Make plans S. Sugar Corporation which is soon I'
now to attend this 'affair for the'to be put into effect. The first Pointing toward future industrial] ,,< !

things committee entertainment.to prepare is really And a doing real the some evening's nickels nice speaker resenting was Infilco George Company Hertzing, 'who, very rep- Institute development the ,Southern Birmingham is an Regional,announcementthat is inaugurating Research- CJLE"\VJISTON ]iNN ,:i':, J

clearly outlined the
automatic controls -
you spend will be used to provide a campaign to raise $2,500,000to ,
of the main pumping station in ', I
finance an expansion of the in- .
milk for the school children. !
the lake and the principles upon stitution's facilities.Strickland DINE AT THE INN ';f ;
which the procedure for water

The Tigers will meet Titusville treatment are based. The second I!
Gives .
this evening on the home gridiron speaker was A. W. Brullman from
in an unexpected contest. This date the Rust Engineering Company, :
Advice About DDT
was an open'one and it was only the which has designed the new development Steaks Fish Fresh Vegetables s

first of the week that the Titusville program. He traced the flow

team agreed to come here for the of potatoes through various parts of BARTOW, Oct. 10-FNS) .

game. The local football squad has the starch house in a very; interest- Claude R. Strickland of the Polk "

i. done some nice work to date in down- ing manner. In the unavoidable absence County. Health Department advises

ing LaBelle and St. Ann's by 7-0 of N. V. S. Mumford, assistant the following simple test for determ- Meet'Your Friends In Our f

i scores and here's pulling for them to superintendent of the starch house, ining the, potency of various DDT

keep their goal line clear again this who was scheduled to speak on the kerosene solutions now on the mar- f
evening. We are told that the St. operation, of the water disposal ket.If COCKTAIL LOUNGE

I Ann's team last Friday night was a I plant, R. C. Greenaway and C. E. a 5 percent kerosene solution of

husky'aggregation but the Tigers I II j Gericke briefly outlined the underlying DDT is claimed, place a small quan- ,',

were not disturbed by the weight principles.The tity in any convenient container, expose ""

I handicap and clawed their way to a I I evening's activities were i to the air to' permit evapora- Open 11:00 A. M. to 2:00 P. M. 4:00"P.. M.. ,

narrow margin tion. Within 12 dense for- .
victory but victory hours a '
thoroughly enjoyed by the members.The To 12:00
nevertheless. mation of frost like crystals should
'next scheduled meeting 'of the
L form at and above the fluid line of .
Fellowship Union is to be held Oc-
.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:-:..: tober 23 at the Community Center. the container. Within '30 hours the r

concentration of crystals should be r..nn..www..
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; Remember When SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS j' heavy. I
Another test recommended is to i..'
saturate Kleenex with the mix- 9
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I By Frances Nail P' fAiiTY .
ture, put it in a convenient place 4Q OF YOUR (
I I Ruth Class of the First Baptist INVISTMINT Q ;
. .. . . . and permit the Kleenex 'to become
INN:NNN:NN111:NNNN:NN:NNM MN:..:MMN1M1 I Church met at the home of Mrs. nearly; dry. Then burn the Kleenexon

H. C. Meador Friday night for their
an unpainted metal lid or brick. y
(Taken from the files of the Clew-I regular monthly business and social Upon burning, the released gases rG 9 soon. Q

Iston News, Oct. 12, 1928.) meeting. The hostess opened the should have a definite medical odor N f CO Q

Construction was to start that meeting with a prayer for the new I if the solution contains 5 percent or

winter on a new 2500 to 300-ton per I I church year. The minutes of the I I more of DpT.Hunting .

day sugar mill at Canal Point, it was last meeting were approved and the

announced by P. G. Bishop, operat-I[committee appointed to nominate
Licenses Are fl
ing vice-president of the company.Dr. officers for the new year reported. savings

F. L. Tatom was deservedly The devotional was read by Mrs. A. Now On Sale Here

praised for his untiring work for the I I Dawson and chose as her theme,
relief of storm sufferers. Dr. Ta- "Let Your Light So Shine." Mrs. 1 account is
tom worked day and night without I I W. R. Broadrick led in prayer. "+

sleep and refused any compensationfor The following officers were Installed County Judge R. M., Harris an- / I I /

his services-the typical unsel- I at an impressive candlelight nounced that the new hunting licenses personalpreparedness

fish small town
there are too few. Mrs. Fred Sikes, vice-president; Mrs. sale at his office in the Courthouse

During a visit to the holdings of Geo. F Serson, secretary and treasurer -I I and at Bill Johnson's Fish Camp at

the Sugar Company, B. G. Dahlberg, ; Mrs. W. A. Montgomery, min- Cle ''ston. \fOft

president of the company, I Iurged istries vice-president; Mrs. R. H. County license is $2.00, state $7.50 I

"Forge ahead faster than ever." Crawford, fellowship vice-president; Non-resident state license sells for against .

This statement provided a theme for Mrs. A.' H. King, Mrs. Earl Peters, $26.50. Judge Harris does not have '

r the paper that week and the wordsof Mrs. A. A. Anderson and Mrs. :Pitt- the non-resident county permits since : !JUtr
future. :
Mr Dahlberg are' repeated many man, group captains.Refreshments there was an error in the printing of I x
in this issue' of sapdwiches, them and the lot was returned to ,the ,

I More than four miles of railroad cookies and iced tea were served. state office, but the new correct ones

I extension from Clewiston to 'Miami Others present were Mrs. Arch are, expected to arrive any day. f ,: I ,

Locks (Lake Harbor) 'was completed Hodges, Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, Mrs.A. Tink Lowe of Clewiston' bought the Clewiston Federal Savings and Loan

i and track work was progressing at Dawson, Mrs. Fred Topper
Mrs.E. first county license sold for the year
the rate of 1500 feet peg: day. E. Kelly, Mrs 'H J, Roath and 1945-46, Sheriff Bill Gladdox the '. Association "

\ Campaigning was going ahead hot Mrs. W. M. Parrish. first state.


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Patricia Ann Meredith was hos- The Intermediate B. T. U. of the (Continued from page 1)

PERSONAL and SOCIETY tess at a party Sunday afternoon, First Baptist Church met at the in 1925 and has had plenty of tb:8: ;

r I 'Jc.oo.y..x October 7, in celebration of her home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mont- hand information on the state. He I,

twelfth birthday at the home of her gomery Friday night at the regular chose Clewiston for his place of busK '

grandparents and mother, Mr. and business meeting. Mrs. Fred Sikes ness and his residence because hf!,

-:-:..;..:-: ..:--x-"X", .;w;w'+ .r,..;,..;_..._r;..;.;..w;..'x.9'x.;, ..;,..;..,v Mrs. J. F. Tippey and. Mrs. Frances and Mrs. Montgomery was in chargeand considers it the town with' the most;, "
Meredith. Patricia and her guests the following officers were possibilities and says he is "not hero
;, Clarence R. Bitting of New York Mrs. Lou Place and Billie Sue I attended the early matinee of "A elected for the coming church year for the duration but to stay. l

L Is here on business for several days. Crow of Miami are returning home Thousand and One Nights" at the I Harold Broadrick, president; Mau Visitors at the meeting were W, j
r', --- this week-end after spending a week theatre and returned to her home reen Johnson, vice-president; Gene L. Brantley, Jr., who is home or,
Miss Renee Wellington was a here with relatives. i
where refreshments were served. Hester furlough, Quentin Evans
:.' secretary; Eleanor Tanner principal ;
: week-end visitor at Miami I The table laid with of the Clewiston
was an ivory and Christine Dunaway, group cap- Schools and Frank
l Mrs. Ruth B. Owens and Miss lace cloth, in the center of which tains. The group sang "What A Conkling, representative of the High.
;" Miss Marjorie Combs was a weekend -I Florence Graham visited Mr. and was a white cake and pink crape Friend We Have In Jesus and Mrs. School.
L visitor in Miami. Mrs. Charles .B. Owens in West Palm m'rtletas artistically arranged
Sikes led in a closing prayer.
"...". r_ Beach Wednesday afternoon.Mr. around it in emphasizing the color Games
.;.. Jimmy Cousins of Miami was a theme and white. Pink were played and refresh-
of pink tap-
, ments of SALE
cookies and coke were : Throe-piece
visitor here Monday. and Mrs. J. G. Ingram, Sr., ers were lighted. Ice cream and :
\ served
r to
. and Sgt. J. G. Ingram, Jr., visited cake were served. Joy Barker Ann Slonaker,
maple bedroom
:f' : Mrs. H. C. Post was a visitor in Sunday as the guests of Mr. and The invitation list included Helen Nadine Andrews, Christine Duna- suites

i'I West Palm Beach Saturday. Mrs. B. L. Ingram. The visitors Espenlaub Emma Ezelle way, Maureen Johnson,. Eleanore Mrs. G. M. Ricks
.:. Jane Nancy Tanner, David Twiddy, Harold Broad- ,third
from Arcadia.
were Powers, Elissa Mueller, Beverly
?':r: Miss Ogie Arnette spent the week- Stark, Theresa Seegers, Margy Mrs.rick, Sikes Gene Hester, Robert Hanson, duplex bldg. from east

{ end in West Palm Beach as the Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, Mrs. E. M. Brown, Linda and Jane Lee, Mada and Mrs. Broadrick. end West '

., guest of Miss Marjorie Snell. Blake, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. Thielen, Sally McCarthy, Betty Lou Ventura. I Itp
;;{ .--- Frank McCarthy and Mrs. W. C. WOMAN'S ASSOCIATION
;,:: Davidson, Eleanore Tanner, Jo Ann ......
: Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Broadrick and Owen were among the Clewiston Pitzen and Jeanne Bartz. HELD MEETING THURSDAY "-
: Mrs. G. F. Serson visited in Fort shoppers in Miami Tuesday.J. .
;2; Myers Saturday. The Woman's Association of, the RENT: Furnished
,f B. Brantley, SK 1/c, returned :MOTHERS CLUB HAS Clewiston Community Church met
,;'", :: E. M. Cornette and Charles Bol- Wednesday to his base at Jackson MONTHLY MEETING Thursday afternoon at the church room one or two

:\, .. ton are leaving today to attend sales ville after a leave at home where he I with the. president, Mrs. G. H. girls. Mrs. John EIling
*!"..' in Columbus and Atlanta, Ga. was called because 'of the death of The Mother's Club of the Clewis- I Brown, in charge of the meeting.Mrs. >

,r., his father, J. L. Brantley. ton Community Church .met Mon- J. H. Doty presented the pro-- ton, 416, W. Ventura. 1 Itp

fa.. Sgt. and Mrs. G. H. Mazzina were day night at the Community Center gram assisted by Mrs. Paul Thompson -
.": : shopping in West Palm Beach Mon- Sgt. Richard Wolford of Lakeland for their monthly meeting. It was Mrs' W. C. Owen and Mrs.

''<, '. day. visited Miss Grace Knight here re- decided to invite the husbands of David C. Hancock. The topic was FOR SALE: Serenader

c ;r; I cently. Sgt. Wolford has just returned the members to attend the Christ- "Demand in the area of rehabilitation. -

:-.,.\ ..- Mrs. J. D. Leftwich, Sr., and' J. D. I from service, overseas in the mas meeting of the club. Two new .". V guitar, excellent condi...

>' Leftwich, Jr., were visitors in Fort ETO. members, Mrs. W. H. Rayburn and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, as a dele tion. Inquire News Off

t: :_": Myers Thursday on business.: Mrs. Quentin Evans, were welcomed. gate, reported to the gathering o

Dr. and Mrs. I. O. Bishop, Mrs. the synodical meeting in Winter ice. I tp

Lawrence DeMarco, who is making -' Elmer Cox and son; Jimmy, of Fort Mrs. C. N. Christian and Mrs. C. Haven the first three days of this

I" his home in Fort Myers for the Pierce spent the week-end here as E. Gericke as hostesses served sand- week. Mrs. Brown also attended, the

Al,:> :"' present, was here, Tuesday. the guests of the Clarence Nielsons wiches and iced tea to Mrs. J. W. meeting. FOR SALE: One John-*

'/> ,' and the Larry Nashs. Ezelle, Mrs. D. C. Hancock, Mrs. Plans were discussed for attendingthe

y, C. A. Driggers and J. Winston were I Carl E. Johnson., Mrs. C. L. Mc- district Presbytery meeting at son outboard motor, nine

'/: visitors in West Palm 'Beach Tues-:I Miss Mary Nell Christian, who Is Lendon Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. Lake Worth October 25. All members horse

:fiv f'. : day. j jf _.,;. attending Norman Junior College in I C. A. Thomas, Dirs.H. C. Thompson, and particularly officers are ; one fourteen footmetal'

.' ,' -- Norman Park, Ga., states that she Mrs. L. M. Weetman, Mrs. W. D. urged to attend. boat with air
+, : Mrs. A. O. Ward and Mrs. Flem- is enjoying her studies but. missesall Wylie, Mrs. E.: J. Casper, Mrs. Ray- Mrs. W. ,
,;. Thursday.ing were in West Palm Beach of her friends here. I burn and Mrs. Evans. packaging Wylie the twelve will be Christmasboxes in chargeof tanks. W. D. King. 3tp

,"" for European children of all
Harvey Poole, formerly employed !
: Mrs. Hazel Priest of Miami was I 'BILLIE JSUE !CROW denominations. These boxes will
here at Riddle Field, now assigned I
/1:" TO :OBSERVE BIRTHDAY contain bath towels, bouillion cubes, REWARD $50 for
the guest of Miss'11arjorie Combs to the Air Corps at Columbia, South : return
I _
A powered milk, socks, gloves and two
f,; last week. Carolina, visited friends here last
;. Billie Sue Crow will observe her toys one for. a girl and the other for of yellow gold lap
.'. \ week.
;:.. .. Mrs. Leon Bembry and Mrs. W. A. I I fifth birthday Friday with a birth- a boy. Ipel watch Na

t;.. ;- Montgomery were- shopping in West Mrs. V. P. Ryan and Pat Ryan day party on Saturday, October 13. Hostesses were Mrs.. O. A. Jones no pin.

F.,,:.""'> ,.' Palm Beach Thursday.. I left this week for Detroit, Mich. Mrs. She and her little guests will attend and Mrs. C. M. Jarvis. Others pres- :questions asked. .Mrs J.
the matinee at the theatre followedby (
ent Mrs.
-- were Brown, Mrs. Thompson
Ryan had been visiting her daughter -
i-?' ; Mrs. J. A. McGehee and Helen ,I here for two weeks. Pat plans refreshments at; the Foy Dur-. Mrs. Owen, Mrs. Doty, Mrs. : D. Leftwich, 323 W.

;.\ Prewitt were, in 'West Palm Beach 'to remain in Detroit until January. rence residence. Hancock, Mrs. Beardsley, :Mrs, C. W.
;_ ;Trinidad. 1
: Saturday. I|I i The guests invited are Bonnie Fay Fuller, Mrs. H., R. Hall, Mrs. Joe i It

, __ I Durrence, Martha Jean Nowling,' Robbins and Mrs Shelfer. i\ ._ .
j The, Donald K, Plank home has j j T r jr
Sgt.:":neroy)Hare who'is' stationed j i; been purchased' by Pfc. and Mrs. W. Martha' Christine Hare'and Glenda. I Mrs. Brown announced that the 'FOR SALE Field Office
;.:: ., at Hendricks Field at Sebring, spent 11 J I A. Shuler. Pfc. Shuler is at, pres- Sue Etherton. total amount cleared at the sandwichsale :

the week-end h"ere with his mother, ent marooned on Luzon with the i at Riddle Field during the two Building and Pipe House
Mrs. Maude Hare. MRS. THOMAS ENTERTAINS days of the auction amounted to
:- : : I U. S. Army but has hopes of re-
:. : turning home at an early date. BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs. $308.00, which will be added to the -Phone ,170-J., Clewiston. -
: : Capt. Gene Goodbread from building fund.
Tam-I ____
\:,';;',_,:';- pa visited here ,over the we Egress Suggs reported back to G. B. Thomas entertainedher 1 I I V t tQ

;' :','" the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Camp Blanding on the llth after a bridge club Wednesday I Trial of General Franco as a war .

;t, FOR SALE 8.. foot
r.f witt high :
\ '1 I IJ Egress returned home to Clewiston won crystal as prize Spain, representation of
: : .,.." Mrs. Maude Hare and Miss Estellna I some six weeks ago after service Mrs. D. G. Alston received novelty I world labor at the final peace table boat

t!: :,.:; Housted spent the weekendin : '. overseas in the ETO. glass place cards for cut. A salad I and a world maritime conferencewere I open type fishing

: .Ij.t: Fort Myers'where Mrs. Harewent course was served at the conclusion urged by the Tampa National with Phone

;. <-, for medical attention. I I Harold Curtis of New York City of four progressions. I Maritime Union last week in a cableto canopy.

":"J; :'r"..:.' i, was in town Monday. Mr. Curtis Guests were Mrs. Carl E. John the World Labor Conference nomeeting w 170-J, Clewiston. Itc
Mr. and Mrs. John
>: L\. '''- T. Cockrlll formerly was employed at Riddle son, Mrs..S. L. Crochet, Mrs. M. M.' in Paris

"; \'I;.: left, Wednesday morning for a twWeeks' McKay Aero College. Prewitt, Mis. H. R. Hall, J. W. ...... --
f"; .. visit in Washington with Mr.Cockrill's ..
;.' {r : Mrs. Billie Crow spent the week Ezelle, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, :Mrs. W.
; f mother.
',.,.''J' end in Miami. H, Lanier, Mrs. Alston and :Mrs. W.
<" :' -
, '. Miss Rosemary Nockolds IC.I
f. was ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Cranford of I
.,' Si West Palm Beach on business Sat I : I I
Ashboro, N. C., visited Mr. and Mrs. I SUPPER FORe
,urday. She was accompanied by J. D. Leftwich, Jr., here over th I I
week-end. The Cranfords and the _
Leftwichs spent Sunday on the beach ffi7'_.-
-- - I Mrs. E. O. Ward was the guest of '
at Palm Beach. Furniture Company
I honor at a buffet supper Tuesday

night given by her mother, Mrs. E.
Miss Juanita Erler of1iami
spent the last week here as the guest
birthday of Mrs. Ward. The buffet
spread included sliced baked, ham,
to Miami Miss i iI
Saturday and Roath -
I I potato salad, oven baked beans, PERIODIC VISITS TO OUR DISPLAY ROOM IN THE
was the guest of Miss Erler until
I Tuesday. I pickles, olives, hot rolls and coffee. i
Matinee 3:30 p.m. Nite 7.9 p.m. I Guests were Mr. and Mrs. E. O. HAY BUILDING

Ward Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward, Mr
Week i Mr. and :Mrs.R.. R. Hooks and
Beginning Oct. 14th
and Mrs. Hub Spooner Mr. and Mrs.R. .
Wilbur Goff returned home :Mon Place jour order now for new General Electric Appliances t
M. Hare, Jr., Mrs. Fleming, Mrs.
Sun. & Mon., Oct. 14 & 15 I t day from Jacksonville. Mr. Hooks
I. S. Bell, Jr., :Mrs. Joe M. Hall and
and Mr. Goff are back in civilian

"GOD IS MY CO-PILOT" t clothes after three years duty with Foy Durrence. ED ," JI./t.: <4<=';:;ov..... ......,... .., .;"' ",.,. ..,.I..JI;)= f,... IBS!
Dennis Morgan Ramond Massey i the U. S. Navy Construction Battal --, I --
News-Our Own
Medicine For
The Japs
I Mrs. G.: H. Brown, Mrs. J. E. I
I Beardsley and Rev. David C. Hancock i Mrs. Joe M. Hall was hostess to
Tues. & Wed., Oct. 16 & 17 I attended the synod and synod-;, her bridge club Friday night at her 5 ANS Q

.MR.. EMMANUEL" i heal meetings in Winter Haven Monday home on Pasadena Avenue. Mrs. t II"
I R. M. Hare, Jr., won a vase as high -
See This One-It's DynamiteNew Tuesday and Wednesday of this i O .1
week. The Synod meeting was for score prize, Mrs. G. E. Etherton received

March o'f Time men of the church and the Synodicalfor novelty place cards as second ;)

the ladies. :I high and Mrs. V. Woodward won r

Thurs. & Fri., Oct. 18 & 19 I i bubble bath for' consolation. '

Mr. and Mrs. J. B Jones and Frozen fruit salad, crackers and
ROMANCE"with children visited Mrs. Lela Garcia and iced tea were served by the hostessto

Ester Williams her daughter, Suzan Gale recently. Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. A. W. r ..FY

Latest News Mr. Jones has just ,recently receivedan I Lawrence Mrs. H. C. Thompson
honorable discharge from the Mis. C. L. McLendon. Mrs. Wood-
ward, Mrs. Hare Mrs. 'Etherton.
Saturday, Oct. 20Cartoon Army. He was a T/Sgt. and came and \

here from Bangor, Maine; where he ...-, w ro
.-m''' .. .w.. > wj v ';":,c T.:'IL" was stationed after overseas duty i in CARD OF THANKS A 1 0
t "".ur;" Labrador.
>. J. f : ''
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'\ }:...;: i!i'j'n'7,ffJ:.:', We wish to take this means of
i'b..!, 'Y '' ;/ j\'. J. nInTH ANNOUNCED expressing I 1000 First Street Fort Florida I
our deepest appreciationto Myers, ,
;1-': f; *d '( ;",fEl.bf:cJl'.COJlfr""r /{ our many friends for their kind- ::

1"n'\ 1l rt.Y4\ ( itlTD ';; 'Pfc. and Mrs. W. C. Campbell be nesses and the many beautiful floral BUY FROM THE CATALOG

.; ..<.>r\1-.i\:,; : 4i; came the proud parents of a daughter offerings in our recent loss.
)- Over Additional Items
I weighing six pounds and fifteen Mrs. Louis Wethington 100,000

-"ZORRO" No. 10 ounces, born on October 7th at the Mrs. J. L. Brantley

-, .. -. ... -, Clewiston Emergency Hospital. The Mrs J. W. GranthamJ. I Use Our Easy Payment Plan l
__ : s..i.-m..Ii ""i
baby has been named Sheila Diana. B. Brautley, SK' 1/c.
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II .i I :years to prepare them for the eco- corporation pays with the exceptionof had it not been for farmer co-ops
I nomic and social competitions of life income tax. It pays no Incometax Dickman asserts.Drainage .
II EASTER LILY BULBS \ but we unhesitatingly send them to because It operates as a non- i iI I !,

4 to. 6 Smaller inch $1.00 bulbs per, 50c dozen per delivered. dozen.- Seems t ToBy MI e the deadly competition of battle after, profit organization and any funds it I'. DistrictTo :I!

Larger quantities less. Plant up to two or three months of training with may receive above actual operating :,
mall. i I wooden guns. I say that compulsory expenses are returned to its mem- Elect
Nov. 1. Sent by Supervisors
II. Clark Bell military training has become as much : bers in the form of refunds. The I \
Placid Fin. ,
MRS I. S. HALL, Lake ?
of, a necessity to the nation as the individual members themselves pay At Annual '
I t I. . we have had about enoughof Meeting i
three R's.that. the income tax on this money so the I
Nazi horror stories. Every pa- ft ,
government collects such'
per one picks up has its regular . we should pay particular through them. .. tax (Moore Haven Democrat) i
quota of stories portraying various attention to a phase of the unem- Legal notice is given this week of !
F. Deane Duff Nazi prison guards, executives and ployment situation which Is being The increased returns to farmers I. the annual landowners meeting of I
i what have you as bestial psychological generally overlooked. On the 22ndof brought about through cooperative Diston Island Drainage District to
; REGISTERED REAL ESTATE cases. And I suspect that most September more than two million effort results In their paying higher be held on November 2, at which

BROKER of the accused are just exactly that. persons were receiving or had filed Individual Income tax and at the !I time three members of the board of
i However we have had enough of applications for unemployment same time the saving and increased supervisors will be elected for terms

. Glades County, Hendry Land and for More Palm Than Bench morbid tales repeated over and over compensation. And a direct resultof income to cooperative farmers en- of one, two and three years.

23 Years with, In some cases, only minor this increase in unemployment Is ables them to spend more on mer- i j The election of supervisors Is particularly -
changes of characters and locale. a startling increase In the redemp- chandise in their local communities.He important at this time in
Wholesale murders of women and tion of war savings bonds-the kind further states that the charges view,of the refunding program which
w children, lethal injections for ill slave you and I buy. The number cf that co-ops are making huge profitson Is planned for the district. The

laborers, tying together the legs ofa bonds redeemed has leaped Into their operations only serve to present supervisors are J. E. Frier-
woman in labor, sadistic torture astronomical figures since the sur- emphasize the size of margins form- son, ,chairman, and R. Y. Pattersonof

GULF LIFE INSURANCE 00. land starvation of prisoners of war render of our little yellow brothers. .erly enjoyed by private dealers. By Clewiston. The third, Glen H.
j I are facts the public should know but The sale of those bonds on August banding together farmers have been Williams, resigned when he moved
G. Nottingham, Agent these things have been played up in 31 totaled almost 37 and a half billion able to live because it enables themto out of the district early this year.

Box 6527Ctewlston our press and talked about in our dollars; and at that time seven buy at wholesale while prior to Voting will be done on an acreage
and schools so co-ops they were required to buy at basis, ownership of
homes, churches and a half billion dollars worth of one acre of landI
Florida much that- even the children have bonds had been cashed in. When retail and forced to sell at wholesale I being good for one vote, either in

: caught the fever and play games in the Germans surrendered less than which proved a losing proposi- (person or by proxy.

which they simulate the tortures of half a billion dollars had been re- tion. I -
I which they have heard so much. turned to the people who bought Florida's fruit and vegetable industries This is the time of year when tax-

Let's try the war criminals, hang or bonds 'but since then the increasehas could not have attained !'Jes come due, licenses are renewed-
shoot the guilty ones, get down to been so continuous and spec- their present state' of development how about your subscription?

Johnson's Fish Camp I the business of planning and work- tacular it will not be surprising if

Hurricane Gate ing for a world in which such atrocities 80 or 90 percent of the total valueof
Near )
( t I are impossible and stop these the bonds purchased will be reconverted -
Glewiston, I sensational exposes which have now into cash!: before even five
Boats and
become unnecessary and are approaching of the ten maturity period
ReasonableW. years year
; Rates
q- I the point where our minds the ,.__
i has passed. At present cashingin u .
H. Johnson, Mgr. -
and the minds of our children are is being done to the tune of over -
being subtly poisoned by them. half a million dollars monthly.. Sim- #: ::1 i; r

ple arithmetic will tell you, how long
. we haven't learned much
N N:N:N:.:..:N N NON:..N:N N:N:N N N..:N N:N:M:N:N. from this war if we are going to permit the government will have the use of Now J POINTS
the balance of the bond at that '
:?: FORTAXICABS. 'it I ourselves to fall back into a I Iy
in rate. Most of it is, of course, being I
state of military unpreparedness
:_: :!i: spent for the necessities of life' by
which the last two wars caught us.
: the hundreds of thousands of workers -
:: NITE SERVICE '\ Mandatory military training is receiving -
.... '' the cold shoulder from the who have been on strike sporadically -

3:t.: .P ONE 18 :.i|.:,I I Congress, from a large segment and of ing to the since best final available victory.reports Accord no r FOR USED FATS j

,:N:NNNNNNNN:":N:":"MNN:M:N:N:NNN=NMNI. I the press and from religious more money is being spent foolishlyin
educational leaders throughout
night clubs and on luxuries than I
I entire country. We couldn't win
has been all through the war. Andit
Help Increase Supplies of :
this war until we had more men, Soap
I is certain that people are not buy-
machines and guns than our enem- and Other Peacetime
ing the miraculous and wonderful 4
I ies. And in the first stages of the
,flowers for delivery here or conflict our men were handicappedas mechanical products or the new Saving More Used Fats l
for delivery anywhere in U. S. nylon and better-than-nylon fabrics
soldiers because of
by wire. inefficient training, our machinesand because strikes have so paralyzed :1:1i 1
MRS. J. M. FOUNTAIN:, guns had been radically changed reconversion and the desire of industry : Industrial fats far short of last year! We are almost down :

Day Phone 82 Night Phone 148-W I and we sent them into battle without to convert rapidly that no i to the bottom of the barrel. The nation's industrial fat supply I
i the kinks being ironed out, at reputable manufacturer to my knowl- is millions of pounds less than it was in 1944. We need fullyas I

the cost of both men and materiel, edge has even dared to advertise an much as last:year to help make the soaps and other civilian I

--, a mistake that could have been fatal approximate date when his productwill goods you wanfand need so badly. So...
be on the market. But we are :
":":".:":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":";.: without the support of the battle- cashing in those bonds and spendingthe
wise British and Russians. Are we
:%: GUS L. CANTRELL, SR. ;:|i%:; again going to pay that price? Will money and thereby bringing the If you want more SOap and soap flakes...
: ..I danger of inflation (which is depression ,
you're of
unpreparedthat dreaming nylons sheets cotton .
the next war find us so I "
"*__ _Electrical Contractor :{:I I our men must learn the rudiments by another name) closer fabrics and want them to hurry back:to the )

:: P. O. BOX 1338 :i: of warfare at the point of,anenemy's and closer. Not one of us should store counter. ..you can help by saving 1iI. :, ) '
+ 323 Ventura Ave. .*.I I bayonet? We send our children 'c shsinghr bond unless it is absolutely those used kitchen fats as you never saved / I

%*'. *.* *. ..*.* *.%* *.* *. .. .. .. .. ..N..N.. %....1'I to school for from ,12 to 16 j necessary in order to keep a ,before! Save drop, day!
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flilllllllllll M IIIIIIIII\IIII\ llllllllllllllll lIIIIIIII111111 ( :IIIIIIIIIIIII''M IIIIIIIIIIIIII K\I 1IIIIIIIIIIII lII1111111111110-:) Farmers' CooperativesPay These fats are vitally necessary to help I
speed greater supplies of soaps and i ij

All Taxes j other things-like new cars, electric ,', ;

BECK MOTORS Except Income Tax washers,refrigerators and tires.Industry ; '>. r
must have these fats..to help get to :
--- you more quickly the peacetime products i _
Chrysler Plymouth Agency RUSKIN, Oct. 10.-FNS-Paul) you want. r
Dickman chairman of the educational ,
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Large Stock of Parts Now On Hand tion of Farmer Co-operatives, terms So skim and scrape ,just as you u.u ?.,
the charge of the National Tax faithfully before V-J Day. To prove how

New cars will be available soon. Get your name on Equality Association, that co-opera- important it is, your government has increased
tives operate tax-free as "misleading the J
bonus. So
point please help! uses
our list at once out that Farm-
and he points
Keep on saving used fats! If you can't find
ers' Co-operatives tax that
pay every
a store that accepts used fats, call Home
Now ,Located at Sinclair Station Until New BuildingIs any. other business organization or Demonstration or County Agent.

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"Serving The Glades'. -

Schedules Effective October 10th

Select one of our fine upright or MirrApianos and give:
your young people the opportunity to study music .in 'NOT LET THE ONE

the home. They will enjoy more. of the home and YOU WANT GO TO
v West Palm Beach Miami Clewiston FL l\I"crs
circle life. Instead of their being a problem to
family SOMEONE ELSE 8:00 a. m. 8:00 a. ra 10:30 a. m. 12:39 p. m.

the parents, in due time they become the family pride. 10:50 a. m. 10:20 a. m 1:20 p. m. 3:15 p. m.
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You are invited to inspect our instruments. 'Our terms 8:00 p. m. 7:30 p. m 10:30 P m 12:39 a. m.

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7:30 a. m. 9:15 a. m. 11:55 a. m. 12:25 p. ,m. i '
BRUBAKER MUSIC CO. 1'30 p. m. 3:15 P. m. 5:55 p. m. 5:49 p., m.

REALTY 5:00 p. m. 6:59 p. m. 9:39 p. m. 10:09 p. m.
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I ASSEMBLY OF GOD HAS WEIXEBItOAST rmeeting Tuesday evening at 7:30 I Y. P. E. Thursday-7:30 p. m. :..'cr.,.",. ,
: AND BIRTHDAY PARTY: I at the church. :Miss Josephine Jones,j You have a cordial invitation to a c..

State W. M. U. secretary, will be the one and all of these services. I

I The Children's Church of the As-I guest speaker and all ladies are 1 Cor. 10:32. Give none offense, I FOR THE .j

,{ *fiembly of God Church, South Clew- urged to be present and meet and neither to the Jews, nor to the Gen- 1 1I

iston, ,were entertained Wednesday hear her. "' I tiles, nor to the Church of God. i

; evening by a weiner roast followed I The Palm-Lake W. M. U. Associa- BEST IN
jy a surprise birthday party for the tion will hold its annual meeting ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC

);Iastol"s daughter Billie Magee.' here in Clewiston Wednesday be-I CHURCH .

There were som'e sixty children ginning at 10:00 a. in. Ladies from Fr. Peter J. Reilly, Pastor I -,'

present: and a good time_was had by thirteen, churches will gather and a Mass Clewiston:00 a. m. Try A Complete Dinner At

'n. The sponsors of the Children's fine day inspiration ,and infor- Mass, Paholcee-11:00 a. m. .

,'t'I''Cll are Mis. Louise Sias and mation is anticipated. Let our ----- --- .

1rs. Dorothy Holland.V. church as the hostess church be ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL

--- alert for every opportunity to make CHURCH THE CANEBRAKE
\ :M. S. OP BAPTIST !I ,
the day a happy one for all. Dinner
CHURCH MET TUESDAYThe I Services :Sunday at 8:30a.
I will: be served at noon at the recre-
ation hall. m., at Clewiston Community
ladies of the W. M. S. of the $1.25
First Baptist Church met Tuesday The I-J Bible Club will hold its Church.THE REV. S. D. MASOF and Up
regular meeting Wednesday after-,
for their regular monthly program Priest in Charge.CLEWISTON" .
>and business meeting at the church. noon right after school. We are ----- Service from 6 to 9 o'clock .
The meeting opened with a song, followed having a' big time and new ones are METHODIST Short Orders

by the devotional, which Mrs., coming. Be present and bring some- CHURCH 9 till 11:30

tT. rtTn. Ani' travoioorlinrr, : frnm 9n/1 one with you. Rev. W. S. Bozeman, Ministers
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"rim'ti2;; : d chapter. The topic of Prayer service Wednesday at 7:30

the program was "Investing in To- p. m. We will continue our J Church School-7:00 p. m. Air Conditioned

NiaoTrow's: Leadership." Those taking in the Book of Revelation chapter 3. Regular 'Worship-7:30 p. m.

part were: Mis. Meador, Mrs. Bring your friends. The adult Bible class is taught by

-Arch lodges, Mrs. H. J. Roath, Mrs. The regular choir practice will be- Fred Sikes. A cordially invitation -' -

A. R. Broadfoot, Mrs. W. Parrish and gin at 8 p. m. All those who are interested _Is extended to all.

ivirs.The T.business"L. Tanner.meeting followed our church in improving are cordially the invited music to in With Our Boys- JIIilililVIII'811! !' ''I'rllliil8188ill111811lBIIIIIIIIIBVIIIiIIIIIIIuIIIliU1UII' ( ? !! !' '' !' ) ', !! III' I! { .

"With Mrs. "E. M. Cornette in charge."The attend. Ii JII''NI I'I' { 11 it_ II VIII II {' UI I I I 'I il I'I

nominating committee reported --, ____ __ __ __ _____ ___ __ __ _{__1 I II 4j ___ I I_I I I
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as follows on new ofifcers for CLEWISTOX COHIUXITY
Owen Winn Is said to have waved
the coming church year: Mrs. E. M. CHURCH I
them goodbye when they left Oki- sGIDDENS
"} ornette, president; Mrs. A. R. David C. lIan'ock.I1nlstcr:!
nawa and bet that he L-1
we can was
vice-president; Mrs. H.
wishing he was a stowaway in some
'C. Meador, 2nd vice-president; Mrs. SUNDAY, OCT. 14? 1945
of their luggage. Welcome home,
:j\I. A. Thomas, 3rd vice-president; Sunday School. 9:45 a. m., Dr. C. -
Mrs Fred Sikes, secretary and treasurer E. Gericke, superintendent. Classes FURNITURE STORE

; Mrs. Arch Hodges, circle for all ages.Morning .
'chairman, and Mrs. W. A. Montgomery Worship, 11:00 a .m. A ; Another who has shed his Army ;
uniforms Is Postmaster A. W. Sias. p Bond
circle chairman. nursery for small children Is con- His discharge came through in short Clewiston, Fta, 'gj
After the routine business the ducted by the Mothers' Club at the
order at Blanding but we understandthat
meeting closed with a song. Community Center.
SI ia going to take a couple of
"The Salt of the Earth" Is the '
weeks vacation before going back to
BAPTIST CHURCH theme of the'minister's sermon.
work In the local'' P. O.
r H. C. Sleador, Paste: Westminster Fellowship meeting' *

6:00 p. m.
The family of S/Sgt. Hager Lowe
"rHE SINGING CHURCH"5nnday You are cordially Invited to worehip -
are all wearing big smiles this week'
School .1
a. m. with UB. !
Morning Worship-11-:00 a.m. since they had a' call from Hager Our desire is for 1
who has arrived in New York and greatest satisfied = '
Subject: "What Is Baptism? ASSEMBLY OF GOD :
Training Union-6:15 expects to be back in Clewiston within ,. i
p. m. Sooth Clffwlston CustomersThe .
a few
Evening Worship-7:30 ,p. m. Rev W. IL Magee, Pastor days.
'Subject: "A Pastor's Plea." I I
Prayer Service, Wed.-8:00 p. m. Sunday School 10:00 a. m. IMSTOT isrAfn DRAINAGE IH T- i
nicT-:\OTICI': or iA\Do\vjn-ns ,
Subject: "The Book of Revelation Morning Worship, 11:00 a. m.Children's MnrrriTG AD ELECTION OPTiinnn = = finest in all makes of furniture {" !

Chapter 3." Church, 6:15 p. m. SUPERVISORS t_ ';1
A cordial invitation is extended to Evening Worship 7:30' p. m. EI- can be expected from the I;:
The annual landowners meeting of us on I ,
all in our community to worship Tuesday Prayer and Praise Serv- the Dlston Island Drainage District :== : ; ]
regularly with us. You will find a ice, 7:30 p. m. will be held In the Court Room of the easiest 1 I.,- 'i .1
County Court House In Moore Haven -:I- ,: : ,I
line spirit of friendship prevailing : /jj\
Friday Young Peoples Service, Glades County. Florida, on Saturday, $ \
'in all our services and we Invite you I 7:30 p. m.THE. November S, at 2:00 o'clock P. M. =_ ; = _
Sto partake of it. _._ The purpose of the meeting Is to :' F 1
three ;
members of the Board of = .
The ordinance of the Lord's Sup- I CHURCH OF GOD Supervisors and to determine the =- == ',. .. '1 'J'" .' ..
length of the terms of office of each .f "
3>eTwill be observed at the evening I Rev. R. R. Holland Pastor Supervisor so; elected which shall be =--= ,.L
"SelV ce. All members of the churchare I respectively one, two and three years === =
urged to be present. I and until their successors shall have ,
Sunday School-10:00 a. m. been elected and qualified. '
The quarterly business meeting of j I Preaching-11:00 a. m. At such election each acre of land :: Your patronage is appreciated ------=--=l1

the church will be held at the close: Evangelistic Service--7:30 m. In the District shall entitle the owner _j
1 thereof to one vote In person or by
'of the Sunday evening service. All | Prayer Meeting Tuesday. 7:30 proxy In writing duly signed. '

members are requested to remain for p. m. J E. FRIERSON. ilhil II'lilgllpll' 4 llfII'I! ,.I II I ;Jh811 I 1,1IrlI f!l 1 I!Id Iillall'IIiiIlhill.h I i I{ I !Il llllul I I I Blill II I IJIIIIIIi81181II I I i lii t 6 i r l i { '
this Chairman, IJoard of i iI' ; I. {) {I IlUlllph!I III !! 'l ., I r =_
important business meeting. | L. W. W. B. Supervisors. :
The W. M. S. will have, a special ]p. m. Wednesday 3:00 J.Oct.M.12 COUSE.and 19.Secretary. iil. li',! ;' b 11 il'IhIIIi I 'IIIVIIiIIIhIlili I 6{ {'' ii ,IhdlliIIIpltillllll{ 'ill I! ,,161 IilINII I IIIII UIIIih I 'fllil!('Ii6811VIl I!I ;!! IIINItIBUIV{I! NbII I ,I{81 {I i lrlru :"J;i

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