The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 19, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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; Sugar Harvest: Season Starts

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"'' : Governor. Caldwell Here Today Easter Eggs Are 'l- Forecast Of Huge

100 Years of Age

T. To Study Drainage Problems During the recent egg shortage I I I Is Made By C. R. '

' -- 0 Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Slonaker feared j

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Palm Beat Committee' Fulford I 4 -
Replaces of their most prized possessions but

Wants Work On Snodgrass At USSC fortunately the situation eased I Heavy Rains Upset Labor Is Now

somewhat.The I Control Of Lake j For Conduct.
EDD Canals Cattle ProjectRandall two Easter eggs owned by the

; Slonakers, while most decorative U. HarvestingThe
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f ---- By EngineersStabilization

;r Governor Millard Caldwell, at a I E. Fulford has recently would not prove very palatable at:'
, this late date since they were color
meeting held at the Inn this morn-
replaced Dale C. Snodgrass at the of the lake level ata 1945-46 sugarcane
I ed and decorated in 1845 and 1852
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o'clock to obtain
. ing at ten sought cattle project of the United States red with point just under seventeen feet season will open Monday
They were dyed beet juice
: ,. information relative to some pro- Sugar Corporation, Mr. ,Snodgrass and painted with floral designs and was obtained recently by the U. S. I the several plantations of '
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: work to be done the Ever-
posed by having resigned to re-enter the Uni- Engineers for a period of several;j ed States Sugar
:;'.:', glades Drainage District in Palm dated when they were presented to
; versity of Florida to complete his Mr. Slonaker's mother when she days, but heavy general rains last:j Clarence R. Bitting,
; Beach County as to whether or not
.' the proposed work would fit into an I studies as a, veterinarian. was ten years old. She lived at that week brought more water into the I| corporation, says that

;" Fulford graduated from the Uni- time in Johnstown, Pa., and were lake than could be discharged and that it will be a much
: water conservation
}/..', which overall he has long endorsed.program I versity of Florida, with a -B.S. de- passed on to an older son when she the level quickly passed the seven-:i than any in recent years.

, : gree in agriculture and majored in died and later came into the pos- teen-foot mark and has been hold-I j The sugar house will

V.- The meeting was attended largely animal husbandry. He has lived for session of Mr. Slonaker. ing at 17.1 for the past several days. I| tions Tuesday as the first

(l: by representatives of the Palm Beach I I many years In Okeechobee- the son .' 16.97 and A. R. Broadfoot, engineer livered from the

_:> .'' County Water Resources Board andl' of C. A. Fulford for several years Stabilization was effected at manufacture of raw sugar
Pete DeMoya acted as chairman. county agent of that county. He in charge of the U. S. Engineer sub- tinue on a twenty-four h'o

i;"" ,: :Most members of the Everglades I. graduated from high school there TIGERS BATTLE TO office here said he was feeling well schedule until the harvest

?f'' Drainage District board of commls-!' i and finished at Florida University satisfied with results until more than ed. Estimates are that

iI'. .- sioners were in attendance. !. in 1939. After graduation he worked two Inches of rain fell, beginning : will be produced here this,
:L;!' The Palm Beach delegation is I at the range cattle experimental October 8, to put the level up again. I 1 provide a sugar-short

c ':'- seeking to have the Hillsborough and"I station at Ona as assistant husbandman However, he feels that only a few month's supply for"every

::, North River Canals completed] under under Dr. W. G. Kirk.: He also TITUSVILLE TERRIERSPlaying days will be required, at maximum j S the nation.,

":, '.;: the Wallis plan of reclamation which I served as temporary county agent discharge, to bring the lake level "Only the September,

".:', would provide that only landowners. j I' in Charlotte county and the remainder again below seventeen and hold it Mr. Bitting said, "kept the

\"t"",,., benefitting from the work be taxed]I Iy of the time 'J as been as- in a quagmire, the Clewis- pretty well where desired. I setting an all-time record

; to pay the bills. Turner Wallis, i'i sociated with his father on his cattle ton Tigers and the Titusville Terriers Discharge from all lake outlets is Everglades." In the hurric

t:';,'. former general manager of the]I ranch near Okeechobee. battled to a 7-7 deadlock last Friday now about 8,000 second-feet, Mr. of the cane was flattened

; .J\" drainage district board was present'I The practical experience and on the local field. 'I Broadfoot, stated. winds but a great portion

< and stated that his plan was based I Ifi' I knowledge gained of local conditions Because I i straightened and damage
The Tigers seemed bewildered by of prevailing northerly
'-', on recommendations made by the!: with regard to cattle operations will I great as was at first
; their Brevard and winds during the past week or two
county opponents
G;':.' various agencies for water control in' prove of considerable benefit in his The will
I hurricane three and four have corporation
," played a listless first half. The Terriers gates
: area., connection.
1 I been closed to prevent damage to 30,000 i acres of cane from
"- taking the ball on their own
Governor Caldwell after I
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; 1'-- in the on lands adversely affected by plantations extending
I thirty second quarter, marched crops
the plan for the Palm Beach area, ,
said that he wanted that] steadily through the Tiger'line on the wind tides.ENTHUSIASM. 1!' miles around the rim of
:; assurance '
CONSTRUCTION OF ; --- chobee and the sugar house
plunges by Mack and Doyle, "
> -' this work would fit into the overall
" Carlile to'place the ball on the Tiger, cess. the cane from the 8)r
:\ r picture of conservation and the prob-!I I
; of

. ,y'2: (Continued on Page 4) SUPER-MARKET IS I 20-yard for stripe.backfield Here in. motion a 5-yard' halted penalty I' IS HIGH acreage the area. As a by-product
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.1"j j .- the-Terriers niomentari ;.,' However: : manufacture

Kiwanians"Report; sOn -' ': i itr BEGUN FOR B &B a third down pass from Carlile to I FOR CARNIVAL AND will lion be gallons produced of black-strap

; Convention Held Mack gave the visitors a first down,
I I molasses has been far :
10 yards from the, Tiger goal. On
:: First of Week I third down Carlile raced four 'yards I DANCE HALLOWE'ENEnthusiasm the supply for the
:,: I A building permit was issued the feeds and other purposes.
'off I
tackle to the
first touch-
W' score :
__ first of the week by the 'city to the
.. :I down of the season against Clewis, 1. The corporation reports
r 'H. Brown Hancock : B. and B. Cash Grocery Company for
G. ReV. David C. -, ,
ficient labor available
I ton. E. Mack converted by rushing. is running high over is
} : the construction 'of a new store
and N. Martin
W. reported on| .1
,., -- The half ended soon after the kickoff plans for the P.-T., A. Hallowe'en the harvest but the
the activities at the Florida District'Convention building on Sugarland Highway between -
\ Score, Titrsville 7, Clewiston Carnival and Masked Dance to be this is imported Jamaican
c '- .',' of the Kiwanis Clubs at San Benito, and Atlantic Ave- ,
0. I held the night of October 31. The badian labor. They are
j.: : the meeting here of the. Kiwanis nues, on Lots 25. 26, 27 and 28 of' Pre- obtain much domestic
: carnival chairman, Mrs. M. M. as
t%:, Wednesday night at the Clewiston block: 362. It was a rejuvenated Clewiston witt, has expressed her appreciationfor possible. German war
team that took the field after the
Inn. The contractor for the building,
G; ,.:, j the 'splendid cooperation being largely in cultivation
S. Anderson of Lakeland is already I first half intermission. The, Tigers
F.. The convention was.held at the R. -
\ to shown by everyone contacted and her. than harvesting for two
r, ':; Roney Plaza Hotel at Miami Beach. here and has begun construction kicked off the Terriers. Titus- ,
complete satisfaction with the wholehearted were recently moved
(:,:., on October 14, 15 and 16. Mr. Mar-;, of a tool shed on the site. Build- ) ville could make no headway againstthe manner in which all of her Point to Green Cove

' ,:",, tin, who has attended four of the last, ing construction will go ahead as l revitalized Tigers and they found co-workers are going ahead with I "Condition of the cane
y'' five Kiwanis contentions the Clewiston seven-man line baff-
; commented rapidly as possible.The
' i plans to make this carnival a finan- spite the hurricane, is good
,,! that he thought this was by far building is to be of concrete ling to their single wing offense.
of have
. cial success. The entire'proceeds i been to improve
.: the finest one he has ever attended.-;i block construction, one-story in Titusville- kicked to Clewiston. Thenit
; the carnival and dance will go to I o& the fields because of a
:,4: Splendid speakers were presented to : height and will be 50 feet by: 100 was that the Tigers caught fire. the milk fund for children of the bor supply during/ the

; the Kiwanians and amusment fea-| feet. Valuation! is placed at $25,000. Bolton, calling plays] faultlessly, community. II season," Mr. Bitting said.

:<. tures, such as a boat cruise among It will be used by the B. and B. as'': threw Pullen and 'M. A. McLeod Competition contestants in 'Harvest of the 1944-45 r
among I
:; the islands ticket I around the Titusville ends from a
and will
a enabling the a super-market be designed
at fever on November 1, ten days ,
..)"' the bathing beauty contest is ;
', bearer to play a round of golf at them similarly to such markets in other I deep punt formation behind precis- the start this
pitch and to date the following pin- proposed
Normandy Isle course, a ticket to South Florida cities. The front'is to j ion blocking. It was in this period i
I up girls have been selected:
,: the Lincoln theatre on the Beach, be attractively finished in glass .that Curtis Pullen scampered around II
Ritta, Miss Bare Beach, Miss Ben- A
were available for those who cared brick. i end for 30 _yards to the Titusville j
bow, Miss Townsite, Miss Miami
;, to enjoy these entertainment fea Permits have also been issued recently -,, (Continued on rage 8) : Plans For '
Locks and Miss[ Shawnee Farms. Making
;, tures. Meals were provided at the to Dillon Hall, V. C. :WoOd- .-
:; Listed below are the chairmen who
' Terrace Restaurant, ,. across the street ward and Don Williams.Mr. i I Xmas Seal
E. Alston
.:. I L. Dies will be in charge of the various
from the Roney Plaza. Miami Beach Hall plans to move 'a one-
booths and activities of the carnivaland
: '. went all out, :Mr. Martin reported, to story frame house here from La- In Richland Ga. I Ii S. I
. dance: Raffle, Mrs.' N. V. Mrs. Grace Ensign, Field
entertain the Kiwanians and their. I Belle to be .located -on lot 15 of
i i -- I Mumford; Favor booth, Mrs. Ruth I of the Florida Tub
wives. block 363 on Sagamore Street. It G.I
'.,/, Guests' at the meeting were W. C. I'will be a residence, 20 by 26 feet : E., L. Alston, 73, father of D. Wilcox; Bingo, Mr. and Mrs, Gene I Health Association, was

;',: ,. Owen, Pvt. Sherwood Hall and Frank with metal roof. .:, Alston and Roy Alston, died sud-i Powers; Sandwich, Mrs S., P. Slon- at the first regular
denly Monday at his home in Rich- aker; Hamburger, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hendry County Association
; Conkling.Mr. I ,Mr. Woodward will soon begin 'I
Kenneth Rogers Hot dogs, Mrs. 8:0o
land, Georgia. ; day evening at p. m.
Owen spoke briefly to the drive-in
construction of a lunch !
... 1 I Mr. Alston was one of the first I (Continued on Page 4) I! Clewiston High School
gathering and stressed the need of II stand on lots 10, 11 and 12 of block I
;; The subject on which she
the Athletic Council for assistance at 453 on Sugarland Highway between I settlers of Clewiston and among I I
will be remembered I [ ered the plans for the
other deeds' as Restrictions On
; the football He ,
y' games. assured the Corona and Pacific Avenues. The I
I of the organizers of the Clewis- I i Seal Sale campaign which
club and that I
any help that structure will be 24 by 30, will be
',' could be extended in taking tickets finished in asbestos shingles and is1 I ton Community Church along withW. I'' Building Removed opened on November {
-,;, C. Owen and F. L. Williamson.Mr. I I stressed the necessity for
<; and in the many other jobs that have attractively designed. October 15 By WPBThe
I Alston bought property here as many workers as
to be done at I I
every game and for Mr. Williams is contemplating the I I
which help is needed and came here in 1925 with Mrs. ]1 s t ry: on the sale. She
would oe erection of a one-story residence on;
I I'I Alston, where they made their home I War Production Board on servation a framed
{; deeply appreciated by the council, p lots 12 and 13, block 141 on AvenidaDel ]
'I until 1928. He operated a October 15 removed its restrictions types of seals used for
, the team and the school. < Rio between Poinsettia and I concrete]
block made the blocks for incorporated In against tuberculosis since
I I I| Cortez, In the neighborhood of the plant ; against building
I the construction of many of the early, | Order No. L-41 and any building; program 1907 and including the
IS THIS YOU? H. A. Bestor home. This residence
.: buildings here. He was active up to may now proceed without fed- and told also the story: of
will be 46 by 36 feet, will be finished -
the time of his death and was ai eral hind'rance. j of the Association, which
outside with asbestos-cement 1
\ Around a quarter to one Thurs- i prominent farmer and a director of, There is a fly in the .ointment, great interest to those
shingles and will cost about $9000.
day afternoon you were waiting on the Federal Farm Loan Bank at his however, in that umber dealers are meeting.
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the north side of the highway at, the MRS. SUSIE COCKRILTj home. I still not able to buy-from the mills The meeting Friday

corner opposite the Sugar Bowl to He was born in 1872, the son of in any considerable quantity and presided over by the

cross the highway. You were dressed I Friends of Mr and Mrs. John T. a doctor who fought for the Confederacy -| the vast amount of ,new building E. Johnson. The

:: in a green and white checked Cockrill and who knew Mr. Cock- '' in the War Between the contempleted everywhere; will keepj I by-laws were accepted by

I ."; ', dress with a high mandarin neckline. I rill's mother, Mrs. Susie P. Cockrill, States, one of .a family of seventeen;| materials at a minimum for some j bers present. The

:. Tour shoes were of luggage with a when she visited him here will regret children. | time to come. I nations were submitted for
f medium heel. You are brunette and I to learn of her death at 8 a. m. Baptist and Methodist combined' R. C. Wilson and R. M. Bishop of | members of the board:

you had your hair swept up in front Tuesday morning. services were held Wednesday in the Bishop-Wilson Lumber Company Prewitt, Mrs. Mattie

I'' and worn low on your neck In the I The Cockrills were visiting with Richland. He is survived by his spent five days last week in a tour I Elizabeth Maddox and

I back. If you know yourself call at I her in Washington at the time, having wife, nine children, J. R., K. C., D. I of north Florida attempting, to buy i Evans. The original

r the News office and receive two gone there to bring her back'' G., Paul, Walter, J. L., Roy Mrs. a supply of lumber but were only board are: Mr.: Johnson,

passes to the Dixie Crystal Theatre. I with them to Clewiston to spend the E. L. Kimbrough and Mrs. G. Law-I able to pick up a comparatively!I' Stewart, I. Lee Parker,

'I .;' Last week, Clementine Robinson, i winter. Another son had just returned ton Sims. He leaves fourteen grand- small quantity. However they have Rigby, Mrs Frances M.
\ recognized herself immediately and from overseas service and children and five great-grand chil I received a couple of cars of material tary ,of the county

received ,the tickets. ;was at home. dren. 1 (Continued on Page 4)) I .(Continued on Page 8)D

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rI FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1945:

I; Large Group Attends several served following solos. Refreshments the services. were Washing Machine I Hunters To Get More : The sale began October 13, 1945. I I

District Rally In Attending from Moore Haven were: II Prices Are Set ; Ammunition This Fall : Supplies of shotgun shells for civ- I

Irene Scott, Wanda Yoder, Martha ilian use have been extremely short ..
Fort. Myers TuesdayMoore !Dowd, Jessie Diannan, Betty Robin- -- will From War Surplus I|! and the return of this ammunition
s !
j son, Peggy Stalls, Doris Griffith, Consumers' of Hendry County ,
'I washing machines to dealers shelves in time for the I II
I Nancy Middleton, Lois Mae and Jean soon be able to get
Democrat generally -! Duck, pheasant and other small, hunting seasons will be welcomed : i
Haven ) Heflin, Lois Cox, Milton Adkins, Bill and ironers at prices I oy
the game hunters will have plenty of 12.: sportsmen the
charged for country over. The
A large group of young people of: Robinson, Donald Farnam, Jimmy in line with those
the Methodist Church, accompanied Crum, Stanley and Tommy Waymanand October 1-15 period of 1941, it was} guage shotgun shells on hand this shells also will be useful to farmers '
I announced by the OPA. fall for their favorite sport, accord I and ranchers for crop and livestock
*)y Rev. and Mrs. W. S. Bozeman, attended Dean Heflin. yesterday I
I i iI I. ing to an announcement just issuedIn protection.The .
ceilIng )
a district Crusade for Christ "OPA has set dollar-and-cent -
Sratty for young people in Fort Myers i Have you made your contribution prices on these articles and everyone i| Washington by the office of Sur-I ammunition being sold is of
Tuesday night. I to the National War Fund? The will bear a tag put on it by thej I plus property, Department of Com- the standard commercial type used
Worship services were held with -- factory," it was explained. merce. I by hunters and includes both '"bird- '
of War :
need for the work Fundsup Over forty million rounds of 12-shot" and "buckshot."
Rev. Clayton Calhoun of Jacksonville I I This is being done "to make sure)II I .,
ported agencies is greater today than shells, frozen for military
guage use The
O. major
preaching and with Dr. A. I i I that inexpensive machines are avaIl-I quantity of the shells
:Murphy, district superintendent, as I ever before. Let's see to it that j I I I able to families with limited incomes since the start of the war, will be are loaded with "birdshot" or 1-1/8
leader Warren Willis of Dunedin. Florida docs her part to help finish I and is following the agency's an-I sold this month to dealers throughout -i i ounce No. 8 chilled shot, with a stan-

bad charge of the music and sang the job. I nounced reconversion pricing pro-. the eleven United States Regional -I Bard. powder load of ,three drams.

______uuuuu gram." I, Offices of the Office of Surplus i The"buckshot"remainder are loaded with 00
The country has been divided into -, I with long range powder
: I Property.; load
A of 3-3/4 drams.
zones, the OPA disclosed, and|
the variance in retail prices will be

I I on the basis of shipping costs to y ;_" : A.. .....- >'.. ,
various areas. '. .._. "_' .t;:,._ .-. .-,--lItrj''M" "!. _- _' ;("'''''.!.'. -. '_ ,'" -.- '.'-' '.
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:ft: : ; I South Carolina, which are in Zone 1, I
washing machine retail prices will.!
range from $29.95 to $189.95; in:

Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee, Ala MIRRAPIANOSSelect
bama and Florida (Zone 2)), they ? I
will range from $34.95 to $194.95. I i.
"Every tag attached to a machine'by I
THE RETURN OF PEACEMeans the manufacturer must show the *
states in which the retail price applies -

and that tag must remain on Select '
one of,our fine upright or MirrApianos'and give
the machine until it is delivered Into -
the consumer's home," the OPA your young people the opportunity to study music in
A Return To Competitive asserted.
the home. They will enjoy more of the home and

Business Methods USED CARS family circle life. Instead of their being a problem to

Used car ceilings are meant to be the parents, in due time they become the family pride.
The,Best Means of Selling in Your Home Town Is observed, not violated, Chairman of
the War Price and Rationing Board You are invited to inspect our instruments. Our terms
Through the Advertising Columns of Your
said today, commenting on the report -
make it easy for you to own one.BRUBAKER .
Home Town (Newspaper that alleged overcharges by '
Southeastern dealers had resulted in
refunds to customers or payments to

GET THE HABIT OF ADVERTISING REGULARLY the September Treasury aloue.of more than $24,000in -" .'. : : :; :.. ::,,-,'''' r'.> : .

i "This report, from our Atlanta ,
regional office, shows that o'ur en-
THE CLEWISTON NEWS forcement division is extremely ac
tive." "Some dealers refuse to sell MUSIC, CO.

used cars without a trade-in, some I
i Is also.equipped to take care of your job printing needs, fail to give proper allowances for PHONE 3175
trade-ins, and some make outandout r
with work when you want it and as you want, it-reasonably
overcharges. All of these are 206 Datura, West Palm Beach

priced. direct violations, and dealers who. I
use them are finding it out the hard I i
1 way, through payment of refunds and : ,::.N n..E T _J- y
settlement of treble damage claims."

He pointed out that used cars

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4 4Twosix'room charge should be reported to the local -

I houses for sale; one completely price and action.IS panel. for quick Investigation 'Ii! Ra iif and Electric Service' j.. I,

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furnished Priced Right, DO IT NOW '*; Home and Auto. Radio 'Parts and Tubes. :;: :

:'!: For All Makes :.t:: I

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Also business and, residential lots available REGISTER I-ICTITIOUS JVAMU .t.: .. I
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Notice is hereby given that the undersigned -
I under the provisions of :;: Fluorescent Lighting Fixtures Wiring :*: Ii I
4 Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts
of 1941, will register with the Clerk '
of the Circuit Court, in and for Hen _i: ALL WORK GUARANTEED :: il
J. E. Beardsley j jI dry County. Florida, upon receipt of
proof of publication of ,
this notice the
fictitious name, to-wit: =1= =: I Iy
Markette Radio & Appliance Sales GEO. WEAVER and T. J.. CASON 1

REAL ESTATE BROKER under which I am engaged In business h

at!interested Clewiston.in said Florida.. business. That is the as party follows :;: Telephone 163 s:;:: I
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Phone 66
Hopkins Bldg.
City of Clewiston, County of Hen-

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.'' \ Here, 'at Clewis ton, center of the ''largest single pro ,.. 1.

'"We might as well face the facts in sugar. duction of sugar cane in continental .United States, 'the ( t-,: ..

United States Sugar Corporation and every one of its ;:.

Our supply is short' and will remain tight 'employees are working to the limit of their abilities to :: '.;, '

.' .. 'i produce the utmost of this fvitally needed energy food ; ;'. 1

through 1946 for a sugar-short world. 4 I'

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Through war and in peace, bag after bag of golden ;: :'
Sec'yof Clinton P. Anderson
Agriculture .
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raw sugar. come and will continue to come I

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r First Notice To Wed Ramie PlantingsDamaged I Enlistments Are all former members' of the armed,

services, who served honorably
&i. Under: New Law Is By Authorized In faithfully, may enlist. and

r'' llSeefflslo & Filed By Alva Couple i Recent HurricaneBELLE National 'Guard i iI I ceptance Another of restriction men between limits the the ages ac-.o t*

: I: 18 and 25, unless they have been

( By H. Clarjc, Bell (Hendry County News) GLADE, Oct. 17-FNS) The War Department last week National :; discharged from the Army under-

:I,: . that all you veterans who are Fred Roberts, who gave his residence -Hurricane winds and flood waters authorized enlistments in the (I readjustment regulations or corresponding "

: looking to the so-called GI Bill of as Alva and Mrs. Ethel Dyess did considerable damage to ramie Guard through adjutants general demobilization regulations ;

T'" Rights for the wherqwithall to .staitthat King, also of Alva, filed applicationfor plantings, in the Everglades, it was I I in the various states. Contact'I(,I,of the Navy.Recruiting.

(- chicken farm or gas station or a license to wed Monday at the disclosed last week after a careful in Florida should be made with General and enlistment in the

,..'" pressing club or buy a home or a office of County Judge R. M. Harris survey had been made of plantingsof I Vivian Collins, State Arsenal, ,National Guard is a state function.

;' ..I farm or anything: else 'yo'u might at the court- house.. Both presented;! the Newport Industries, Inc., at St. Augustine, Fla. i Time of service will be ,three years.
',' have spent weeks in a filthy foxhole health certificates. Canal Point, where a 250 acre plot Enlistments now in the National I All will start in the grade of private

dreaming about had better change Under the new law which went in- is reported "ruined" and' will have Guard offer advantages both to the ) except certain former guardsmenwho

L. your minds-but quick. Some to effect Oct. 1, applicants must present -I to be replanted. The company reports -I individual and the states. Time of may re-enlist at their former
I service counts from the beginning of
r '; months ago I tried to get a loan to I certificates showing they have I however, that plants in an ad- National Guard, grade.

i1 buy a home. After six weeks and underwent blood tests for syphilis vanced stage of growth were not the enlistment for the man, and existence Present planning contemplates

;:>.- being turned down by every bank i n not more, than 30 days prior'which severely damaged. of authorized personnel 'National Guard organizations within -
simplifies the work
' ""'" the county on any piece of property show negative reaction. Then there Sixty percent of the 500 acre crop in planning neces- state boundaries, to eliminate the

: I wanted I finally asked one bank is a three day waiting period before at the prison farm, where the Flor sary the new guard organization.iMembers j overlapping of the former organization -
'of the armed forces now
; vice-president if the bank itselfdidn't the license can be issued. ida Ramie Corporation erecting its I which sometimes had divis-
in active service not
Harris said this is the first military are
have something I could look Judge new processing plant, was reportedlost '
b. permitted to enlist in the National ion scattered' over two
;:. at. Yes, they would be glad to show application to wed filed with him and will require ,replanting.The I or mores

. ., me a place and would finance it under the new law. The license is damage was caused largely by Guard under present regulations, but states.

,.' themselves-for six The to be granted today.
percent. flood waters and future ramie plant- -------------------------------------------- ----------------- -----------

'. /. GI Bill calls for a maximum of four ings will be 'made only on lands that ....:-<'"" """" -

>:'. percent. In the Miami Herald of Soldier Drowns In' have been provided with proper

: : October 14th in the Real Estate. Section drainage, company officials said.
Due to the shortage of food and helpwe
i. :. you will find just how opposed Pond On Weaver Farm

. : banks and builders are to the short- The 14th All American
Air Maneuvers
have been Beginning
; the Near LaBelleHendry closing on Sundays. -
.' profit, long term provisions of will be held in Miami Jan

GI Bill or any other plan which I4-5 I it was announced this week by
';.' Sunday November 21 1945 I
'. enables an honorably discharged ( County News) Claude E. Pullen, chairman of the ,
;, : veteran with the ability to pay to 1
/ Corporal Murl W. Edwards, 21, I event. .
purchase a home, a farm or'a busi- was drowned Wednesday afternoon will I be open seven days a week from 6
ness. I quote the Herald, "Halle .
. while swimming in a spring-fed pondon
; lujah, glory be! the. David Hess family's I 12
the Dr. C. E. Weaver farm three a. m. to p. m. ITRY
dream has come true-they are
miles south of LaBelle on state high-
building a home ." Now I
,way 164. Dr. Weaver estimates the
:: quote Mrs. Hess. "It wasn't easy to
water in the pond, a former marl PRINTINGin
..C get started. For seven months we
pit, to be 15 to 20 feet deep in the
.:',: tried under the GI set-up, but we rainy season. its various forms is a OUR

r. .' were shunted from pillar to post and
Cpl. Edwards had spent the day at
t back again. It got so that when I necessity to any modern
:.::' the home of Mr. and Mrs. Isom Dees, FROG LEGS FRIED' CHICKEN FRESH
:, explained that we wanted to build ,
a mile away, and was swimmingwith
with a GI loan the man would say,
their 'son, Lawrence, when the BUSINESSand OYSTERS
:/ '- i 'Oh, you poor thing, you're wasting JUICY
fatal mishap occurred. When he
if. : your time'." Then what did they
failed to come to the surface after a like Business, Printing
;.; do? They paid $1,200 for a lot and 1
short time, Lawrence: hailed Deputy

":. arranged for finances at the Miami must have as a prime factor
Sheriff Willie Powers who was
ri Beach First Federal Savings Bank-
headed for Felda, Judge R. M. Har-
<- .., I'll bet anyone who reads this a
ris, his brother, Roy and Frank QUALITYof CAFECLEWISTON
t\: week's pay that ..they'are. paying
;Messer, who approached the place a
;: more than four percent-and then
;' few moments later, and diving for materials and workman-
paid the Babcock-Lamont Co. $1,900 FLORIDA PHONE 101
the boy began, others joining the
Y' as down payment on the construction ship and integrity and good
group from time to time.
, :j and "glory be" the house was ,
'- It was Judge Harris who found
under way. All in all, that soundsto _. .
: to me like a down payment on house' Edwards at a spot where he esti- SERVICEto f.- ,':' -- -_-_ :!: ;a-: ,,- ._ .. '
:.' mated the water to be about 15 feet
:: and lot of a cool $3,100. How many

(,_ veterans have that kind of cash? deep. Artificial respiration was given the customer at a normal
for an -hour and a half, until 4:20
k: But let me get in one more quote:
by Judge Harris, Mr. Harris, E. J.
k "And now at long last Mrs. Hess MilK
j Bullock and H.,D. Fountain, to which PRICE
ftI., learns that she speedily can. refinance ; -!'I there comes most nearly being the perfect
was no response.An
r::-: under the GI Bill of Rights ambulance' from BuckinghamField that is in ,line with material

,;'. and sharply reduce the monthly financing -
where Cpl. Edwards was food for 'both and old
r: payments." As preposterous and labor costs.-we are everyone, young
stationed, came for the body whicn
,.; > as that is, here is the pay-off-"But .
I later was turned over to Spooner & always ready to give you the <
don't'knaw ,
: 'we whether to do 'itefinance ,
\ .:'
? Englehardt of ;Fort Myers. Cpl. Ed- PASTEURIZED.
:: the'home) or get that $2,000
: I wards is survived by his widow, benefit of our years of experience -
f .loan-to which all veterans, are en-
Mrs. Mary Jane Edwards of Logan,
'\. titled-for my husband's business. Ohio. I -bring your print-
The government doesn't loan you a
Friends stated that the unfortunate ing problems to us NOW.
: single red penny-you have to go
soldier was spending his last day
r f: out yourself, personally, and talk
: of a furlough before being shippedout.
foi -; some individual company, corporation theCLEWISTON
:' 1 He was a frequent visitor at
.: or bank into loaning you the
';'. '" the Dees home and often worked
, .: money on your own face. The government NEWS
with Mr. Dees at carpentering whenon '
.:\ guarantees 50% of the loan :FOR HOME: DELIVERY PHONE:: 176We

(,j,: ;,. (up to $2,000)only) until you have leave. .

{::.. f";, made your first payment because as ...-yH .n.- ::=:ip !:""-:...-. __ -
; the amount you owe decreases the Stenographers: ,, '
.:,!" > government's liability decreases with
; ; :;':' with it. And may I remind you ,vet Needed Now r .

, 1- erans that banks do' not loan money .

"1 :[ 1 l on the amount of blood you shed in Persons interested in permanent

:!. the war or the amount of suffering I employment as Senior Stenographer

".' you endured. They only loan it onj I Is j in the new District Office of the

.:: : cold, hard security and at a rate of i Florida State Board of Health in J .

;: ). interest that will assure them a I Arcadia are requested to file their .. .. .
. :,', handsome profit. In short,. if you I applications immediately with the '; ';"f.,' .,,; .- ,.: :,. ,.. :. ,.
. Inviteour
:: have the qualifications to Merit ': :
necessary I Office
System of the State : "'''':'; ''' .'.'.. :,' _.' ,_ \-= ;,r r.-. ,- ..,...._... .:";
GI loan .
get a / "
through any bank of Board of Health and '. ,
. ( Crippled Chil- I>, .'' :-, .: .' :::' :'. '.'\\..'
which I know or have heard, :you do dren's Commission in Gainesville. ;

f" not need the provisions of GI
: Bill of Rights, which, as regards G.!. school Candidates education should and at have least a high two friends in Hendry and Glades Counties when in Fort

loans;.is a political stinkeroo of the years' clerical-stenographic experi-

; first water. And I dare anyone in ence. The beginning salary will he
Myers to make their headquarters at store.We
our .
Glades and Hendry Counties to show $130 per month. ,
[ \ me a man who has gotten a bona Full information and application
< fide GI loan without a down payment I forms may be obtained from the '.
}: of from 30 to 60 percent and-unless Merit ,
;. I System Supervisor, Florida : ; '
he has .. ,. .... .- !
; connections-having had to State Board of Health and Crippled : : !' ':: -....
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Today he is the field representativeof Miss Roberta Foy Weds the association are reminded that the" $6.00 a hamper because: of an early

The Clewiston News the Home Mission Board to the regular meeting will be every third
Foreign Speaking Groups, ? .within?,, the*" Lt. Griffin TuesdayIn Tuesday of the month as the at- Don R, Davis supervisor of cir-
every Southern Baptist Convention. tendance at the Tuesday evening culation for the Chicago Journal and
Published FrIday In Clewhltolt,
NEW meeting was regrettably small. the Tampa Morning Tribune, visited
Florida, by the CLEWISTON a simple but Impressive cere-
na BRIDGE TEA THURSDAY evening, Miss Ro- here and after remarking on the

HONORS MRS. W. L. LOTT berta mony Foy Tuesday, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Enthusiasm Is=- I I progress of Clewiston predicted that

Entered as second class mall matter The Sugarland Park RecreationHall Charles H. Foy, was married to 1st we would become "the sky line city
February 1, 1927; at thfe Pest Offtu In of the Everglades." A radio station -
ClewSston: Florida, under the Act of was the setting for a Bridge Tea Lt: Paul Eugene Griffin of Man- (Continued froe. rage l'I

March' 3, 1891.CA.Rn Thursday afternoon given by Mrs.G. hattan, Kansas. The candlelight Taylor; Milk bottle game, Gene, Mills, was planned for the town.

N. Pitzen and Mrs. C. W. Fuller service was held at the Clewiston Kurt Woodward; Penny Pitch, Ra- 'I Hendry County Commissioners

SETTLE FnblUher and honoring Mrs W. L. Lott, who Community Church, Rev. L. M. Lilly I mon McLeod; Fish pond Miss Ruth I ordered the names of ten independent -
candidates placed the official -
is leaving soon to make her home in officiating. Dugger; House of Horrors, O. H.
Snbscrlptlon nnte-fSJUO Per YeerAdverth ballot in addition to those
Raleigh, North Carolina. Preceding and during the cere- I Skewes, C. H. Crabbe, Mrs. G. B.
ing Kntcn On Application Bridge tables were set up in the mony appropriate music was playedby Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Sharpe, ,nominated in the June primary. What

south wing and south end of the Mrs. J. H.- Doty. The altar of the I Mrs. Jack Baker, E. M. Dull; Cake was branded as a cheap political ,
move to jeopardize Hurd L. Reeves''chances
Devoted to the advancement and welfare reception hall.' The tea guests were church was handsomely decorated walk, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen; ': proved
a boomerang when
of Clewiston and Henary County. grouped around the fireplace.Mrs. with gladioli, fern and coral vine. Fortune telling, Mrs. ''C. J. Nielson; charges I II I
preferred against Mr. Reeves
Lott received a Lucite com- The striking vases that held the Cashier, Mrs. J. A. McGehee, Jr.; I

pact as guest prize, Mrs. C. J. Niel- I floral. decorations were gifts to the Bathing beauty contest, G. H. Small; 'disintegrated ovation and resulted in an ,'
by the crowd assembled favoring
son won a crystal vase for holding bride, from the groom when he was Dance specialty, Miss Julianne Oglesby -
Mr. Reeves' .
NATIO ITORIALSSOCIATION! high score at bridge, Mrs. G. H. overseas. ; Coronation, Mrs. W. N. Martin; W. C. Hanson arrived from

Small received a waste basket for The couple, who were unattended, Treasurer, Mrs. Campbell E. Nall;
Donaldsville, Louisiana, to make her
second high, Mrs. E. E. Kelly won entered and walked down the center Transportation, C. H. Berner; Lights, home here.
Mr.: Hanson was
Tweed cologne as draw prize and for aisle of the .church to the altar E. E. Gross; 'Booths, Mr. DeVore; intendent super-
of the Clewiston plantations -
having the largest number of itemsin where they were met by the Rev. Decoration, Mrs. E. L. Stewart;
for the Southern Sugar Com-
her purse, Mrs. R. Y. Pattersonwas Lilly. The bride wore a nile green Dance ticket sale, Mrs. G. ''H.: Small: i pany.J. .

presented with Yardley bath to the season, com- Publicity, Mrs. Campbell E. Nall
I tN:..:N=-.:NIN:NIN N1N1N. .NIII. .N.N:NIN. N. .N.NIH N:..:N:..:- suit, suitable L. Morgan accepted a position I .
powder.In plimented by black accessories. Her Carr Settle. U. T. Koch; Table: with the '

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR the north wing the tea table shoulder corsage was an orchid. chairs, benches, Marshall Pace; company.
j Bill Allen, operator at the Sugar-
I was laid with an antique white lace Mrs. Griffin was graduated from Dance, Fred Sikes; Contributionsand
land Drainage killed full
cloth. Candlelight from candles ina the Moore Haven High School with donations, Mrs. E. C. Mills; I pump a
grown wildcat last week near his
I pair of three branched silver can- the class of '41 and has been em- Coca-Cola, Barney Thomas' and Cider, 1 home.

Mays Landing, N; J. delabra shed a soft and flattering ployed since that time by the U., S. E. M. Cornette. I A date
line Shanghai reports that
October 11, 1945. glow over the beautifully appointedtable. Engineer department in blewiston
I' victory had left 2,000,000 nationalist -
The Clewiston News, The floral centerpiece was as purchasing clerk. .:.-:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:NINININI. soldiers ragged and idle after

Clewiston, Fla. of varieties of roses, fern and ger- Lt. Griffin has just returned from they had conquered the country from

Dear Sir: bera. Sterling coffee and tea serv- overseas duty, where he was liaison Canton '
Remember When? Peking and was said to be
Clewiston can well be proud ol ices at either end of the' table were officer in Field Artillery. He was the biggest unemployment problemever

their gift to Uncle Sam's forces in presided over by Mrs. C. M. Pirkle most recently in Germany with the By Frances Nail to face an 'infant government.

the person of S 1/c Launita George, and Mrs. H. T. Vaughn during the 9th Army and wears the Air Medal General Chiang Kai-Shek began the

a former postal employee of your city.I tea hour.individual Varieties decorated of cakes sandwichesand were with seven Oak Leaf clusters. He .:..:..:-.:..:-:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:. formation of a student army train-
wonder if your good people and his bride will leave Saturday for I ing corps and the nationalists were

realize the strength of character this served. Also assisting the hostesseswere Manhattan, where they will make determined to reduce the Army to
Wave has shown during her long Mrs. L. M. Weetman and Joann their home. (Taken from, the files of the Clew 500,000 men.

Pitzen. The guest list included approximately iston News Oct. 19, 1928.) \
at the Philadelphia Naval Hos-
stay After the wedding the bride's par- Palm Beach society offered to'help
uital. She has suffered much and 75.Governor ents were hosts at a reception for Tag dances were pronounced taboo "the little fellow" rebuild after the

proved the courage and bravery of I the newlyweds. The bride's table at the future dances at the Inn, I storm.

American Womanhood in her little Caldwell it was decided by the Clewiston Vet-
i was laid with an Irish lace cloth and On the editorial page it is suggested -
87 poundsto equal women of pioneer I decorated with gladioli, fern and erans Club at their Tuesday- evening to tourists that a good way

days. Continued frou page 11 coral vine, gracefully arranged meeting. The question of whetheror I to avoid the rugged detours of the I"

"Georgie" as she is known to, all, I I lem would not be handled in the same around the punch bowl and .wedding not men attending these dances! I! roads en route to Florida is to build i iI

has undergone ten serious operationsand manner as if a doctor treated a wart cake. Punch and fruit cake were should wear coats was discussed but here and ,stay.

only those who were close I I which was underlaid with a. cancer. served. Assistirig the hostess were no action was.. taken. This should 1 I The Wall Street Journal claims 'e I II I

around her can visualize the agony But he assured the group that if the Miss Maylene Hamilton, Mrs. Ruth disprove some of the weird tales of that the reason for some of Florida's

she went through alone with alwaysa work did fit in that he would give Wilcox, Mrs. C. Beatty, Mrs. P. M. Clewiston's early history when some I unfavorable publicity in northern

kind and grateful word for the every bit of help possible. McIntyre and Mrs. Agnes Marshall. say it was quite usual to see shoe- papers and exaggerated accounts of

doctors and nurses attending her. After hearing proponents of the Out of town guests at the wed- less residents walking the, streets. A our storms was because of jealousy

She suffered the tortures of the program the chairman called on ding and reception were: Mrs. V. masque ball for Hallowe'en was II resulting from the fact that Florida

damned and came through with a anyone to speak' who might be opposed Gram, Miss Bertha Gram, Mrs. Fred planned.W. had no inheritance- tax and no taxes

smile. I truly feel she is as great a to the program. There was no Flanders, Jr., Miss Audrey Coulter, C. Hooker was happily con- on incomes condition which attracted -

hero as General Wainwright Is to the direct opposition most of those appearing Mrs. L. M. Lilly, Mrs. William Hed- templating profits from 100 acres of f I many wealthy people to the

Nation in the courage and fortitudeshe from other areas feeling, as ick, of Moore Haven, Miss Mary beans that were expected to bring state.

displayed. Being at the hos- did the Governor, that this localized Markette of Hollywood and Mrs. I
pital with ,her for seven months during -I I'I work would not interfere with water Lldia Houston of Stuart. J

her most crucial, days has ,taughtme problems of the remainder of the "c1t-,-. 1j ,'"!i-, ;';. i ,'

-the. meaning of faith and per-I I Everglades .if it did play a part in Mrs. Flannery Weds -

severance. All through her darkest an overall plan of conservation.R. BREAKFAST,' LUNCHEON DINNER

hours she could smile and give an I I Y. Patterson, vice-president of T-Sgt. ':Edward_ SugrueOf 7 TO 10 A. 1\[. 12 TO 2 P. :M. OTOBP.M. I

encouraging. word to the patient next the United States Sugar Corporation

to her. It made the patients feel I IIn I charge of transportation, said that interest to her Clewiston
that if Georgie could bear much I many
so believed
he plan should be
no con- friends is the of the marriageof
and smile they too could go through I II sidered for water control without due news
Mrs. Eva Grantham Flannery and For A Relaxing Meal-Dine In A 1
with whatever ailment they had. regard for the entire Everglades .
I T/Sgt. Edmund M. Sugrue of Keesler !
Georgie will soon be her I and should be ,
on way area competent men
Field Biloxi Pleasant
I Miss., on October 11, Atmosphere
home, and as happy as everyone isi I I I brought' in to study the problems. 1945, at Gulfport. Mississippi.Mrs. .;

to know she is well enough to bej I j i The problem of Kissimmee RiverI Sugrue will be rememberedas 1 1I
released there will be good and better in Lake You'll Find Good Food and Gracious ,j jScr'Jce
a many wastage storage j ,
I I I the sister of Mrs. Arthur Hall, :
heavy hearts and tears in losing her. iTo 'Okeechobee should,. he thought, be 213 Sugarland Drive. She lived I at TheCLEWISTON

know her is to love her and, she [I I..considered. The recent flooded i
here for about eight years and after
is dearly loved by all-the Red j I conditions were, he said, not comparable leaving here went to Hendricks INN'Meet

Cross, American Legion, doctors, with such experiences in the
Field .
Sebring, Florida, as secretaryto .
nurses and patients at the Phila- i
past although some were top-
the Base Adjutant for four years. k
delphia Hospital. ped by flood waters. At the time of her marriage she was c ,, ka
Take her in your hearts. Give hera Horace A. ,Bestor, drainage en- : v'- 1
employed by the Civil Service Commission : -
"Welcome Home" that her gineer for the ''
every sugar corporation, at Kessler Field. 4
is entitled to for God alone knows cited his experiences with reclamation '
Sgt. Sugrue was stationed at Your' Friends In Our i
she has earned hers through suf- work since 1909 and said that ,
Hendricks Field from February,
fering. he considered the
Everglades the 1942, until July, 1945. During his
Sincerely, greatest asset the State of Florida has tour of duty at that station he was COCKTAIL LOUNGEOpen .J

Mrs. Ruth H. Kelly, Commander, iI i and the principal problems of recla- assigned non-commissioned officerin

Geo. R. Goodrich Post 197 mation were brought on by the vast
charge of production line main- M. To 4 P. M. To 12 P. M.
11 A. 2 P. M. --
to be considered.
Mays Landing, N. Jer. area He spoke of tenance, Hendricks Field's largest

the mistakes which had been made in functioning unit. He is'a native of I II

Palm-Lake Association administration of the drainage pro- Rochester, New York, ,and with Mrs.
j gram by; political and legal means Sugrue will make their home there i

Holds Meeting Here II I and the overdrainage of the area. He upon his discharge from the Army. I BUFFET DINNER SUNDAY G TO XIGHTS 7:30
I cited the progress made in refinanc-
ing the indebtedness I
of the district
The Executive Committee of the i [ 1if li !
but Brantley-Goss
said that nothing yet had been
;Palm-Lake Baptist Association corn-
j -ww..wfi
to cure the cancerous condition
posed of the pastors of the churches
which brought it about. A lack of
J. B. Brant-
The friends of
and selected laymen of the churches many
held their regular quarterly meetingat understanding of the principles of ley, SK lIe, will be interested to
water control and conservation learn of his marriage Monday, October P V fAiTY 'GWQ
the First Baptist Church Wed- oc voua
brought 'about the biggest problemto (NVf fTMLNT rO 4O ij
nesday. Rev. David Lynn of South overall 15, to Miss Genevieve Goss 9
be faced in
an program.He ijI'
Bay was in charge. Rev. H .C. San Francisco, Calif. '
Meador acted as secretary. Regular said that to ignore the entire J. B. is the son of Mrs. J. L. Brant- I'
watershed as far north as Orlando :s her mother ysG,9 sooo.@Q
routine business was considered at ley. His bride and cameto .
to invite trouble and said that farm-
the morning session. The meeting Jacksonville about a month ago
ing and cattle industries in the district -
adjourned in time to hear Miss Irene but wedding plans were postponeddue
Chambers, field representative of I were: doomed in a few years' to the death of J. B.'s father, J.
I unless definite control are
steps ,
the Home Mission Board of the Brantley. '
Southern Baptist Convention, speakto -taken. Following the wedding a receptionwas
the W. M. U. Association assembled Other speakers at the meeting included held at the home of the groom's flsavi'ngs.7

in the auditorium of the church. W. A. Waldo, manager of the aunt, Mrs. W. J. Remley.
Florida Ramie Products Corp., Earl
After the noon hour the committee 0

s assembled in the tabernacle atHooker's McDaniels, Board,of Luther the Everglades Jones, R.Drainage Y.- Regular P.-T. A. Meeting account is

Point and had their
Creech and Walter Hooker and Ralph A' 0 o
Held On TuesdayThe A
guest speaker Dr. J. F. Plainfield,
I Blank of Belle Glade, R. E. Hamilton personal
representative of the Home
of the Florida East Coast Railwayand
Mission Board of the S. B. C. Everyone's 'others. regular meeting of the P.-T. A.

heart was thrilled as Dr. was held at the school Tuesday even-

Planifield told of his experiences. Asa I ing with Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., pre- preparedness .

boy he attended school with Benito Restrictions On- siding. A good report of the forth- i'
Mussolini in Northern Italy later he I,
coming Hallowe'en Carnival and W .
studied for the '
Priesthood then went Continued from milk against
page Hand Dance for the benefit of the c
to South America as a Missionary of are expecting another two'or fund was given at the meeting. i g B {

the Roman Catholic church. There three in the next few days. 'Principal Quentin Evans was in jjjcf

he taught, in a school and for the Mr. Wilson says present indica- charge of the program and introduced J'' ft the future.Clewiston \ ..

'\ first time heard the gospel messageas tions are that It will' be several the two speakers, Miss Ruth Dug-' i t_

the evangelical groups preached months, before there is any great I ger who spoke on physical educationand "

it. Later he accepted Christ and left easing up of this material shortageand the first grade teacher, Mrs. ,

the Catholic church and for a num- possibly a year. But his company Margery Rockwell, who told of workin Federal Savings and Loan : -

ber of years labored in Brazil, later expects to have some materialsat her department. Mr. Evans also i

coming to this country and worked hand at all times to take cafe of made a brief talk Association, !

among the Italian speaking peoples. 'l the local situation Parents, teachers and friends of '

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I " Coach Thanks. Parents many gifts presented to the honoree.. Thompson, ,Mrs. Joe Cato, Miss Ro.-

"l'I After the gifts were opened a short berta George and Mrs. Campbell :EL
f" For Housing Team program was presented including a Nail. ,
clever skit by Mrs. Earl Peters and j

and SOCIETY I Coach O. H. Skewes wishes to I Mrs. M. A. Thomas. This skit was Room,
For Rent.,
I thank the parents who had the Titus- depicting the various stages of romance See or

ville football players as their house and marriage and concluded 1: write Mrs. John Ellington

with a mirth
f provoking
guests after the Friday night scene after

G",' '. ;...A;-;_..A;..A;..A;..;A-_;.._.....,........................-.,..........J."'_ .-__..-....-_...u..u..u.-...........-,..-..............-..-.........................,.:.-.....A-A,... .....,.A.......;.. making this game game possible, and also ten' years of married life when the 416 J W.. Ventura St.

1-i;' Harold Curtis of New York visited Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Ohllnger and.1'11. o thank those parents who offered wife, attired in robe' and curlers, sees Clewiston ,
II I her husband off in the morning. Fla.House
their hospitality should more room .
: friends here S d Y.IC' I son, Wayne, from Miami, formerly
, I shave been required. Favorite old songs were played by
}\ i i of Clewiston, visited, friends her. I
Mrs. J. H. Doty and Mrs. H. C. Mea-
Miss Marjorie Combs spent the Saturday. Thanks also go to the Girls 'Varsity I

week-end in Miami. Club, and their sponsor, Miss Dug- dor gave two appropriate readings. Room for Rent

I for 'providing the splendid Crystal candelabra
ger refreshments holding pink I
-- Mr. Mrs. R.
and C. Wilson and
;.ft', ,:' Mr. and Mrs. Jack ,Bretton are Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Bishop spent the I : and entertainment after candles stood at either end of the See Mrs. L. L. Lowe atHooker'
the football game. To all the citizens beautifully decorated table. The
relatives in Arcadia.
, visiting week-end in northern
i Florida on a I Ii Point
'k, \ i of Clewiston for their splendid color scheme of pink and green was s 2tp
,j. ". ------- i business trip.
," Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Blount and cooperation and hospitality, our new emphasized in the floral decorations

the week-end in Arcadia. Coach says ,"Thank you.". of crape myrtle and fern that was iI! ,
Billy spent : Mrs.' J. E. Davidson, Sr., Mrs. I
.: :". arranged FOUND Bunch of
around the punch bowl and : keysi
; Rudd, Rev. R. R. Holland and Pvt.J. .
: I M RS. ETHIRT01HONORED gracefully draped at
regular intervals
r. ;-. Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn visited in Pa- E. Davidson, Jr., were visitors in -i I 'near Hooker's Point
", AT STORI SHOWER FRIDAY over the cloth. Punch and individual -
j Miami
< hokee Friday. Saturday
> I cakes iced in green were Owner
t { ------- obtain
; : [ may same
Mrs. G. E. Etherton was the guestof served by Miss Grace Knight, Miss)
f:' Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, and Mrs. L. N. Davis, Mrs. Came Clementine
honor Friday night at a stork and Miss by calling at-the News office
: i -
.. < I :Miss Miriam Adkins were in Miami Davis and Miss Callie Davis were Louise Roath.
shover Mrs. C
given by V. Woodward -
," ;;, Friday. I shopping in West Palm Beach Tues-
{' 0r/ day., and Mrs. R. C. Nowling at the The invitation list included Mrs.'I:I giving proper description i
t:; home of the latter, on Pasadena Ave D. G. Alston, Mrs. Charles Bolton, j
( R. R. Hooks, Wilbur Goff anOrlando j and paying for
:' nue. High score prize of cologne Mrs. Joe M. Hall. Mrs. H. R. Hall,]
:- Charles W. Miller were in Earl Morrison, of the Personnel
k. went to Mrs. W. H. Lanier, a set of Mrs. Il. R. Hooks, Mrs.!! Carl E. Johnson -'this ad.FOR .
:, f;r Tuesday on business. i Department of the United States I
I knitted coasters was won by Mrs. Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mrs. W. H.
C ,
I Sugar Corporation,
-- I spent the week I 'I
R. M. Hare, Jr., for second high, !! Lanier, Mrs. C. J Lovvorn, Mrs. W.
..,,:.; .' ..... Mrs. A. P. Wynn, James Wynn and in Birmingham, Ala., on business. Mr'j
I. S. Bell, Jr., cut for prize and won I j I N. Martin, Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. RENT
, :>:: Mr. and Mrs. P., T. Chagaris were inV : Furnished
a cuticle set and Mrs. L. L. Lee received -j I I Ruth B. Owens, Mrs. A. O. Ward,, I
'; Arcadia business. I Ir'A Mrs. Marguerite
Thursday on !! of
', ". ______ I I Lake Worth returned to her home a vase as/ consolation. A M rs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. J. A. Mc-I .room or house to share
frozen salad Gehee, Jr., Mrs. W. P.
course was served at Vaughn, Mrs
'p.'c- Mrs. Ruth Wilcox and Mrs. P. M. Wednesday after a visit here with her I with
the conclusion of four progressions.The Howard Leonard, Mrs. M. C. Doke, two others. Box
Palm. niece, Mrs. W. A. Shuler.
V;; : shopped in West '
McIntyre ,' honoree received many gifts. Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs. G. F. Serson,'j I
rv:" Beach Wednesday. I I j Invited were Mrs. Etherton, Mrs. Mrs. Mary Pittman, Mrs. B. W. 383. Want to rent vao,
(< r.. ,_______ Mr. and Mrs. M. Rudd and I j I
," : Mavis O'Bannon of LaBelle Jo M. Hall, Mrs. C. H. Berner, Mr!!!. Hundertmark, Mrs. J. H. 'Doty, Mrs. ,uum cleaner by hour.'
i I Tuesday evening visitors in Clewis-
='FS 5' J T 'visited friends here Tues-I ton. Mrs. R. J. Lee, Mrs. L. Lee, Mrs. H. Evans, Mrs. W. W. Perry Mrs. El 1 its

E i : day. T. Vaughn, Mrs. Hare, Mrs. Hub thea Elmore, Mrs R. C. Wilson, Mrs.

[ :; r ,_ Spooner, Mrs.. A. W. Lawrence, Mrs. Maldon Wright, Mrs. F. Porter, Mrs.
Moore of Fort
Myers, who
: : Bell, Mrs. E. O. Ward E. C. Curtner, Mrs. fc. M. Cornette FOR SALE
tt '; Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Jones and has just recently received his hon Mrs. C. Mrs.J. : J 939 Indian

.i': :: ;j daughter, Cecile, were business!! orable :' Miner, Mrs. G. H. Small, Mrs. J. W. W. Ezelle, Mrs. W. A. Davis, Mrs.F. ..

:; visitors in Jacksonville last week. J Jj i i visited here discharge Thursday: from with the Mr.Navy and, j I Ezelle, Mrs. Lanier, Mrs. H. C. Post, Deane Duff, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Chief Motorcycle, windshield

,-l( -. I Mrs. Mark Kennon. Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs.! M. M.; Pre- Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. W. ,E. Bol i saddle Ceo.-

,tl. ", :Miss Ruby. Jean Norton returned witt, Mrs. E. M. Dull, Mrs. E. C. ton, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. Frank; i bags.

"!.'/f: '- ,t, this week from Atlantic Beach, N. Mrs. Gene Jackson and Jfiss Mills, Mrs. Carl E. Johnson, Mrs. Cox, Mrs. Mary Small, Mrs. J. B. S. Williams, ClewistonPool

::5 ::' :' Car. Clementine Robinson went to West Charles Bolton, Mrs. H. C. Thompson Schroeder, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. W.

?" Palm Mrs. C. L. McLendon and Mrs. S. Bozeman, Mrs. J. T. Cockrill, Miss Room.
:, .", Beach Thursday to meet Mrs.
(Campbell E. Nail. Florence Graham, Miss Laura Bafl-:
'?:,: :. Sgt. G. H. Mazzina left Thursday Jackson's husband, Capt., ,Jackson, 1.- ...
: -- ey, Miss Roberta Spicer, Miss Leah
: .
.: : to return to his 'station at Marianna who is in the. ATC.
Ta' -..; Air Field, Marianna, Florida. I Kt\HL'AXD ERIK LARSEN I i Richaud, Miss Margaret Von Mach, FOR SALE: Extra nice

'f: -- I Mrs. James Walker of Miami i is CELEBRATE BIRTHDAYThe I I Miss Renee Wethington, Mrs. E. W.
"c.t ;' Durst, Mrs. Ken Swayne, Mrs. Albert I three-gallon milk cow
spending the week the
as of
, guest
Mr. and firs M. C. Doke left
['; Dawson, Mrs. G. H. Small, Mrs. O.
I her mother, Mrs. A. P. Wynn. Mrs. Otto Larsen home on 15. Bred
tJ! ., :'i Tuesday for an extended visit in A. Anderson, Mrs. Gordon Bembry; to registered
.' Fort Meade and Orlando.Miss i j Wynn also has ar her guest Mrs Crescent Drive was the scene of a I
Mrs. Leon .
7i W. C. Bishop of Arcadia double 'birthday ,party Friday after Bembry.Mrs. Also two fine heifers five

\:-:' 1 ------- noon when the ,twins, Karl and Erik R. M. Bishop, Mrs. Ben Bol

i' ',' Laura Bailey and Miss Pat | Lt. Dan Beardsley returned home observed their fifth birthday with a ton, Mrs. W. R. Broadrick, Mrs. A. months, old and one 3

., Bailey are going to spend the week- )I last week from Salinas, Cal., and party at the home of their,, parents. R. Broadfoot, Mrs. Eugene Cornette, months old white-face

:', end in Miami. i left for Drew Field, Tampa, on Sunday The guests received crayons as fav Mrs. F. L. Dunaway, Mrs. Joe Elder,
' ;::':. ';: -- to obtain his Ice Mrs. Arch Hodges. Mrs. A. H. King,
J' I discharge ,from the ors cream, cake and punch was I bull calf. Very reasonable
'1/) .' ",Mr., and Mrs Mark Kennon and L Army Air Forces. served. The birthday cake carried Mrs. H. A. Land, Mrs. H. C. Meador,

!It : ,'. Mrs.' : Elthea Elmore'spent Wednes I I I .',', out a color scheme of pink and white e Mrs. R. L. Marshall, Mrs. William i I if all taken at once.

,': P:-'- day afternoon in Fort Myers. I Lt. Wm. McMakin of. Hinsdale, and the. candles were lighted twice, Parrish, Mrs. J. T. Paul. Mrs. Jimmy

tj::'. 111., visited his sister, Mrs. MarjorieI once for each twin. Paul, Mrs. E. Peters, Mrs. J. Boat I J. K. Rogers atold, Mason

). :? Mrs. W.: 'M. Johnson of Pahokee I I Rockwell, over the week-end. He The guest 'list !included Jane 'and Mrs. ""W. J. Robinson, Mrs. T. L. Rose Farm.

: :. ,, :,.' visited her sister, Miss FlorenceGraham is leaving shortly for Holland where Ronnie Wylie, Chris Christian Glen Tanner, Mrs. Fred Topper, Mrs. M.; i

V., 2' here Wednesday.Mr. J he will take a position with the da Sue Etherton. George and John I A. Thomas, Mrs Eldon Walker, Mrs. 'i.I'i.
,; Berl Ingram, Mrs. Claude Giddens I
Dutch .
Royal Air Lines.
Mary Katherine and
I Judy
1: ', :, I Mrs. Floyd Andrews, Mrs. R. H. :
:' ', : :: and :Mis: Theron Herring Becky Francis, Jetfrey', Nash, Bonnie FOR SALE : One Johnson -
; ':: the i II. J. Sullivan, James E. Rogers I Durrence Lvn Crawford, Mrs. H. L. Davis, Miss
>j( ,r: spent week-end with relatives!! I la Fay Vaughn, Helen I
} I Frances Morgan, Mrs R. J. Blount outboard
f' Haines City. and Ernest W. Carpenter of Atlanta Prewitt, Martha Jean Nowling, Leif motor,

V './ -- j are leaving this week-end after, sev- I and Fay Johnson, Jennings Ezelle, Mrs. S. P. Slonaker, Mrs. J. E. ,
horse foot
rf' :: ::\11'. and Mis. Claude L. Downs l eral days visit here with Mr. Sullivan's Nancy and Cynthia Bolton, Lamar I Beardsley, Miss Julianne Oglesby, one fourteen

,;1' t' have returned from Atlantic Beach, | sister and brotherinIawi McLendon, Marilyn and David C. airs Ed Clark, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, metal boat with air l -
Mr. Mrs. G. H. Brown, Mrs. RadfordDunaway ,
:' i\ and Mrs. W. A. Montgomery.
North Carolina, where they spent Hancock, John, Jerry and Matthew
;: the summer.. 1--- Prewitt, Marjorie and Warren Mrs. R. J. Lee, Mrs. C. H. tanks. W. D. King. 3tp
i Berner Mrs. I. S, Bell Mrs. M. ,
Mrs. Pape
A. W. '
( : Lawrence A. W. Sias, Brown, Joy Bartz, Joan and Barbara
: L. L. Lowe I Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., Mrs. Curtis !,
---------- ? and Merrell Lowe went Marshall and Billie Sue Crow

j to Homestead Tuesday to bring .-... .. --
r: j I home S/Sgt, Hager Lowe, who hasi JAMES HARRIS HAS
.. i been in India with 1- -
the ATC
and is
I ::r "-.1.0 '" IB!!
mil ...' now home on a forty-five day fur _______ 4 -- -

}r/, a : I lough. James Harris celebrated his eighth 1- r
r birthday with a party Saturday Oc-
: n Mrs. A. P. Hoffman returned ALDERMAN and WRIGHT
." yesterday
tober 13, at the home of his parents -
Matinee 3:30 p.m. Xite 7-9 p.m. '''from St. Petersburg where ,
Mr. and Mrs j. M. Harris. Then
,. Sat. & Suu. Mattinee, 3:00 p. m.Continuous .I she went last week to take her so table was decorated in the Hallowe'en Furniture Company
[ Steve, who sustained
a broken arm
motif and a pumpkin stood at either

t', --,- I when sideswiped by a car last Wednesday I end. Favors of Hallowe'en hats and

: Week Beginning October 21 I' night, for treatment. She cups of candy were given to the WE: ARE RECEIVING NEW SHIPMENTS OF HIGH
left Steve in a hospital there where
'" guests. Pictures were taken of the
being treated. QUALITY
: : occasion. Following the of 0 :
t Sun. & Mon., Oct. 21 & 22 serving t

I __ i iL I Lt.' W. E. Dill ;- the ice cream and birthday cake the host PERIODIC VISITS TO OUR DISPLAY ROOM IN THE
spent weekend ]
and his guests attended the matinee.
: L I I here visiting friends. Lt. Dilley Present were Eddie Musgrave, U HAY BUILDING
I enlisted in the Navy three
r : years ago, Joan Harris, Tommy Suggs, Ronald
and since that time has been'
I I j Taylor, Jerry Harris, Ann Suggs,
at various bases in the h Place order for General Electric Appliances
states. He i jour now new
r 1q .YVONNE DeCARLO Betty Young, ,Mack Harris, Turner
rr I been stationed] at the Richmond
r ROD CAMEKOH DAVID BRUCE ; |Harris and Howard Small.
1 Naval Base near Homestead I
L; but is _
4i''k WALTER SLEZAH ALBERT DECKER ; ---- ------- -
4 A y M2,arla tggfcioi L lttii luetiri now being transferred to Key West 'NOTICE less? j p i ry/aasmBagaraa- ..ETJwa; :: 'nL jjgg:: !!

,: A UNIVERSAL PICTURE 101 He was the ,house guest of the Carl / I
It Johnsons ..
and the Richard Wilson -

t., Cartoon News Mrs. Dilley is with her family in The monthly meeting of the Gar- ,j'S
Pennsylvania and den Club will be held Thursday afternoon -
; 4. is expected to:
'\ Tues. & Wed., Oct. 23 & 24 J I join Lt. Dilley in the near future. October 25, at the Community -
" ', I ___ Center at 3:00 p. m. Mrs iWS
"SEE MY LAWYER" -:MRS.: DUFF ENTERTAINS F. E. Conkling will be in charge of q
, ,- Starring Olsen and Johnson 'I' BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs. the program.

j ', Cartoons ----, I Hostesses will be Mrs. Leah --1J

J, .," I F. Deane Duff was hostess Spicer, Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mrs. W. D
Wylie, Mrs.' Joseph Robbins and
to her bridge club Wednesday
I afternoon
: Thurs. & Fri., Oct. 25 & 26 I Mrs. H. R. Hall.
at her home.
Mrs R. C. Wilson -
? '
"VALLEY DECISION" I was the winner of high prize ---

/: r with Gregory Peck-Greer Garsom I and second high was won by Mrs. M SURPRISE SHOWER TO

NewsSaturday r E, Beardsley, Shrimp salad and HONOR MRS. JACKSON
I coffee was served at the conclusion '

of three progressions. The Sugarland :recreation Hall

October 27 Present were Mrs. Wilson MI'!!!. was the setting'Friday night, Oc-

'f. "TWICE BLESSED" I Beardsley, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs.N. ,; tober 12, for a surprise bridal sho.wer -

;,', with Preston Foster Wilde Twin>. V. S. Mumford, Mrs. H. A. Best er honoring Mrs. Gene Wesley Jackson -

"ZORRO" No. 11 Mrs. C.' H. Berner, Mrs. Gene Powers the former Miss Edythe Nell
and Mrs. Otto Larsen. Cornette. Hostesses were Mrs. Arch

. -----,,- Hodges, Mrs Larry Walden, Mrs. J I 1000 First Street Fort Myers, Florida J
MID-NITE SHOW 11:30 P. :M. NOTICE I Frank Porter, Mrs Wilbur .Montgomery -

with Jack The Men s Fellowship Union of Soon after the arrival of Mrs.

Haley the Clewiston: Community Church: Jackson a miniature bride and Over, 100,000 Additional Items '
Made for Laughing Only will meet Tuesday evening, October Windsor
a, groom, Meador and Donna
Jim 'r wnw 23, at the Community Center at Gayle Martin, appeared pulling a I Use Our Easy Payment Plan ]

7:45 p. m. large wagon laden with a few of the I

L l"M<:'W'lIIiIJ -


: .


Bus Service Resumed' Ing for them. handle will be small in comparisonto

To get a picture of the situation the demand.

To Cypress GardensWINTER from a transportation standpoint, I ,Bus companies seem to be in a lit-
president Harold Colee of the State I] tle better shape The Florida Mo-

HAVEN, Oct. 17- Chamber of Commerce, called onI I tor Lines has been able to add additional -
(FNS).-Bus service from Winter representatives of railroad, bus and j I schedules as has the Taml- '
Haven to beautiful Cypress Gardens, airlines to tell the group what preparations \ami Trailways and more equipmentis
r WELFARE OF EMPIO/EE515 A FIRST coNCERN the first since Pearl Harbor, was were being made to handle I expected to augment this duringthe
; .,: OF AMERIOJM MANUFACTURERS,WtfO NOW PROVIDE, resumed last week. The schedulewill tourist travel to Florida this winter j I fall and winter months. How-

I N Ao rno MAN BsNEFiTS of tow6 STRNDIN6; permit tourists who arrive In Apparently the transportation J|'ever, military travel is still heavy

Winter Haven without cars to visit companies are no better off than is \i,and as. the number of tourists Increases -
the gardens conveniently. Frequent the state as far as accommodations ;, the problem of handling the
schedules will connect with Florida for handling large crowds are, concerned i traffic will become more complex.
Motor and Seaboard Representatives 'of the Atlantic -I
Lines buses I Summing up the situation, it was
IU'01J crack trains. Attendance at the Coastline and Seaboard Air- I felt that Florida and her communities -
Gardens is on the increase and a line promised little Improvement and "should be extremely cautious in
busy winter season Is anticipated by few extra trains. explaining that un- : its promotion and advertising program -
C4 manager Dick Pope. til the movement of troops Is taken this fall and ;winter. We should i iI
J care of, the traveling public will I stress the fact that those contemp- ;
n simply have to wait. While it is j lating a trip to the state should make

3_ L .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:- hoped that some new equipment will reservations,: in advance to avoid discomfort !
s'I be available early next year, it will and disappointment. Chambers -
:'I'( I \ +ti not be enough to relieve the situa- I of Commerce will do all in their
\ Too !Late To Classify! tion to any marked degree. Trainsare {I power to help folks find rooms if
'. now carrying tourists in increas- 'they come without reservations but

:ii' f COLOR < cortPrnoKiM6)
weeks ahead. to be '
ROll'NG : I I satisfied with what they can

I FRCTORy V RKER5 TO:mCRRJSE SAFeTy COMFORT RJ.JI: .:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..>>:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. I serving The three Florida airlines this winter that, 'Eastern will be, :: would get. Under seem that the the circumstances best investment it '1

H = National 'and Delta, are carrying capacity : Florida could make with her half .:
4IE -L: In a lively two day session held loads right now and althoughsome I million dollar advertising fund ':

at Silver Springs last week, Cham- new planes will be deliveredin I would be to salt it away for future
ber of Commerce secretaries from
time for use this season, the num- I use or confine the appeal to the pro-
all over Florida met with the Tou-
I ber of people they will be able to motion of industrial development.
A rist and Development committee of
the Florida State Chamber of Com- I
- ---------------
1 i merce to review the present situa- .:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:::::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:

tion and vision the future from the

M'1.LtO/'J'' OF POUflftf EVERVEflR /" I,! visitors.standpoint of tourists and winter Until You Can Buy ANEW

I 0541iA1.11A71ON TN5JRAUCE PiRidS Ah1D SOOP SU66E6TIOUS' j 11 Guests of Ray and Davidson at a
\0' sumptuous) luncheon, the group
.. :
heard one secretary after another re- car
port on conditions in his commun- ; ,-
. Florida Farm Bureau, New Type of PackagingWill ity and as president committee of chairman the State joe Hotel Adams As- Take Good Care of Your

To, Meet In Orlando Become Popular sociation asked each in turn ,to pic- :
ture the situation as it appeared in
November 14.15TALLAHASSEE their town and section. PRESENTcar
ORLANDO, Oct. 17-(FNS) -
Leading off the discussion, Ike
Tests made with the of a new
Parrish, of Miami Beach, predicted
Oct. 17-FNS) fruit and vegetable wrap known a s 5 .
influx of winter visitors but
,-Agricultural problems of serious pliofilm would seem to indicate thai t a contended heavy that despite an acute Bring it .to us regularly for J
Florida farmers
concern to this new type of packaging will be
hotel and ,
shortage of apartments
growers, particularly In the matterof popular with fruit and
surplus disposals at "cost and table shippers since it possesse he was confident all who came would PROMPT EFFICIENT ECONOMICALI
be taken care of. He said the Army
better, will be fully aired at Or- amazing:' advantages over present paper -
and would turn back of
lando Nov. 14-15 at the annual r both from the standpoinl t
1 wraps the hotels they have been using and Care and Maintenance
meeting of the' Farm of protection and display.
this would relieve the situation.
it was announced by Bureau'l Made of raw rubber, pliofilm, whilesealing !
from other towns and
Reports sections -
of Agriculture Nathan Mayo. the product encased, permits i
Secretary of Agriculture, ClintonP. fresh fruits and vegetables tc J I
Anderson of Washington, will take appears that people who come to .
"breathe" or give off carbon dioxide!
part in the Nov. 15th discussions, without appreciable loss of moisture,' Florida this winter without advance I
during the time he is guest of the appearance, taste, vitamins or quality ) reservations are going to have a CHEVROLET
tough time finding
Florida Farm Bureau.At .
while in transit or on display i
they are content to accept a
Commissioner Mayo's request,
room in a private home or in some
the agricultural division of the Flor-
Commercial tests on a fairly large outlying' district. ....'"............................ .......... ...., . . . . . '" .
ida State Chamber of Commerce, of scale have been made both in the .L'NN:SO:N. !. .. . . . :. . .N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N N.N.NIN.N.NfSN NJ-O
which William L. Wilson, State shipment of vegetables and fresh Folks looking for apartments are I ,.
Market Director, is chairman andL. fruit and pliofilm has proved idealIn out of luck for there just aren't any ILI

H. Kramer, co-chairman, has that it is transparent, affording a to be had anywhere in the state. The

changed the date of its fall meeting,. beautiful display is tasteless, odor- situation with regard to the larger.
which was scheduled for Jackson- less, not subject to attacks by insects hotels throughout the state is no I Flatningo Brand
ville, to coincide with the Farm Bureau vermin or molds and can be better, practically all of them are
meeting and accordingly will be heat treated to fit the form of the filled up every day and can care for
held in Orlando Nov. 14. object which it encloses. guests only on advanced reservations.It .

It is believed by Mayo and other Engineers have developed a ma- appears that even our smaller I DAIRY FEED .
Florida agricultural leaders that chine which will wrap 500 orangesa communities are over-crowded and I
definite assistance will be forth- minute of each of six different are finding themselves hard pressed I -

coming from the federal governmentIf sizes and it is estimated that or to take care of the folks who want f Roughage and Concentrated Feeds
the true conditions now confronting quantity output it will be possible, to come down this winter. i

the state's farmers are made to pliofilm wrap oranges at from 3c Evidence of how acute the situation -I .

known to secretary Anderson. to 5c per box. The new wrap is no t I is was brought out when secretaries I Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users
"The Orlando conference" Mayo '
more costly, than the old type of pa- of communities expecting to I
asserted, "will by no means end our i '
per wrap and may be produced play host to big league baseball 1
marketing and other troubles which through improved production meth- teams during, the spring training I You Can't Buy A Better Feed
were confounded by the sudden endIng -; I '
ods at even lower cost. period got their heads together and
of the war, but should help to'I
began crying on each other's shoulders. I FOR SALE TN THIS AREA AT DEHYDRATING PLANT IN .
clarify them by placing responsibilities -
15 new hotels, 40 new apartmenl t: St. Petersburg, unable to find MOORE HAVEN
where they belong. I houses and 1,000 new homes are suitable accommodations for all play- I

planned for construction in St. ers, are sending some to Bradenton. f
Housewives Paying i'Petersburg, costing a total of ove. Orlando, Tampa, Winter Haven, : WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.)

$15,000,000, was announced las t Clearwater and other cities that have I
63 Percent More i week by the St. Petersburg Chambeiof ball teams to consider are plenty MOORE HAVEN, FLORIDA
c Commerce. The building prograrr:l
For Foodstuffs i concerned over the problem of car- I'r -
1 i1'11UH\r.
I which includes the Gulf Beaches as .I' 'r..JiB
II :
I i well as the city proper, will get un

MIAMI, Oct. 17FNSAccording derway as soon as labor and materials ftl .. If! .. .-. -:. ..-- -" "'... ..

to a five year survey conducted are available. '"lT".VT.'IIN.. !"w7"&.___..- ,_ _-.-.. "''"'" ."W :w ,I
by Dr. Rheinold, professor of. econ- ,,,. I II.
"':".iIII!!!! -'-" ,
;:; of
'1I1",0Cd #rA'f =-R--- We Have Plenty
omics of the University of Miami, Russell C. Taylor, vice-president oi f:
Florida huosewives 63 ..... -=' J'.
are paying the American Can Company, announced '- i
percent more for foodstuffs in 1945 'this week that an expansion -

than they paid in 1940. }|\ program calls for the improvement t --' ROO F I N G -- '
Dr. Rheinold predicts that food of the Tampa plant of the company, ,
prices are due for a tumble when which will increase floor space from l I''
creased farm production puts in-I 184,000 to 270,000 square feet tc, -- '

fresh fruits, vegetables, poultry,eggs 1 meet the can manufacturing need; < >. Available for Storm Repairs !
and meat on the market. .
of the Florida citrus, industry.
He points out that throughout the ,-
I .
country and in Florida particularlyfarm IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID: AMPLE SUPPLIES '
production has steadily Increased -, I
and before long the increase I f
will be reflected on local markets asj I persons spent only $400 a year fO]r "
large quantities of farm produce be- food in 1940'and in 1945 were spend- .. '
come available, ,which should result ing $600. He believes that while i WE WILL PAY YOUR ROOFER and FURNISH I'

in a sharp price drop on such com- prices may not return to the pre-: MATERIALS to roof your home for as little as $8.77 [
modities. His survey shows that in war level, they will come down con-

Miami the average family of two siderably within the next few months. per month NO DOWN PAYMENT

FLIGHT INSTRUCTIONOf Painting of Your Home Can Be Handled '

All Kinds In Preparation For In the Same Manner I

CALL Oil SEEesjaaflj
Private and CommercialPILOT'S IIiIII! !
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I, County drive for contributions areI : CLEWISTON COMMUNITY II Marshall. Mrs.'W. A.
!!E! Over I j Montgomery's'Circle L. W. W. B. Wednesday 3:00:
I I optimistic over an early success. CHURCH will meet at her home. I' p., m. '

, : Early Success I I With a goal of $150,000 for the, I David C. Hancock Minister Our Training' Union enlargement. Y. P.: E. Thursday-7:30 p. m.

I II 'I'project, Keene expressed the belief campaign will get underway Sunday i! You all have a cordial invitation
\ !' that the sum would be raised without SUNDAY, OCT. 21, 1945 night. We are anticipating a great,: to attend
ORLANDO, Oct. 17-(FNS) -= one and all of these serv-
,<. I j ,difficulty. The Florida Chain Sunday School. 9:45 a. m., Dr. C. crowd, and much interest shown. ices.
With total of over $70,000 m I
i! Store Association has been giving E. Gericke, superintendent. Classesfor We are fortunate in having Rev.I
hand for the Florida Livestock Exposition Subject for Sunday morning "The
splendid support to the campaign and all ages.Morning I Threadgill and Miss Paschall with us
Chairman R. D. Keene and Old Landmarks."
2 Car..1:1. Paul,
Bob Bishop, association secretary, Worship, 11:00 a .m. A I to direct the campaign. We will i'
his staff of workers in the Orange an Apostle of
j Jesus Christ, by the
said his group is responding liberally. nursery for small children is con- meet each night at 7:30 p. m. All
_n_ --- _______m_ I ducted by the Mothers' Club at the I ages will be provided for. Rev.I, will of God, and Timothy our Broth-
j er, unto the Church of God which is
Community Center."Individual Threadgill will teach the adults and
f i Responsibility in Re- young people Miss Paschall the at Corinth, with all the Saints whichare
in all Achaia.Pastor's .
"IT'S WHAT ligion" is the theme of the min, leader of junior and intermediate I
F. Deane Duff .
r I'VE 8&N'WAmHG nccaa ister's sermon.Westminster. unions, Joe Elder the juniors, and --- .

fOft" REGISTERED'REAL ESTATE Fellowship meeting, the intermediate teacher to be an-' Conference ...
I BROKER 6:00 p. m. nounced. You don't have to be a -
a, You are cordially invited to wor- member of Training Union 'to at- Held Last, Week At
l y NOW Glades, Hendry and Palm Bench ship with us.FIRST tend, in fact you have a very special
: you County Land for More Than Methodist Church
,; 23 Years Invitation to be present with us. _
I con get BAPTIST CHURCH The intermediate and junior Girls

H. C. Meador, Pastor Auxiliary will meet Thursday after- (Moore ,Haven Democrat)
., ., r noon at the church. The Lakeland District Pastor's
"THE SINGING CHURL .-- Conference of the Methodist Churchwas

f 1 Sunday School-9:45 a. m. ASSEMBLY OF GOD ,held at the,local church on Wed-
: GULF LIFE INSURANCE CO. MorningVorshipll:00 a. m. South Clmviston nesday. Thursday and Friday of last

. Training Union-6:15 p. m. Rev. W. IL Magee, Pastor week under'the direction of Dr. O.
t G. Nottingham, Agent Evening Worship-7:30 p. m. Alton Murphy, district superintendent. I
Box 6527 Prayer Service, Wed.-8:00 p. m. Sunday School. 10:00 a. m. 1

t forYOUR Clewiston FloridaJohnson's There is always a very cordial Morning Worship, 11:00 a. m. The theme of the conference was: I
r ,' welcome awaiting all who will come' Children's Church, 6:15 p. m. The Town and Country Church, its I

f' and worship God in our church. Maywe Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m. problems and program.

t : FORD again remind all new comers to Tuesday Prayer and- Praise Serv- The conference also emphasized
our community tl>at we would like ice, 7:30 p. m. the Crusade for Christ movement I

I -- to have you worship with our church Friday Young .Peoples Service, which is a: four-year program of the
: MORE EXPERT regularly and make it your church' 7:30 p. m. Methodist Church. This year the

FORD MECHANICS Fish Camp j home while you are 'tarrying in our I A community: singing service will church is, committed to the winningof
\ (Near Hurricane Gate) community. be held at the South Clewiston As- one million people to the church

f, TO SERVE YOU Clewlston: Fla. r Rev. George Threadgill, of St. Pet- sembly Sunday afternoon at 2:30 p. and the Lakeland district's quota is

i' Several Boats and Motors-Guide Service ersburg, will be the guest speakerat m. All are invited to attend this eight thousand new members. Moore
: more expert mechanics Rates ReasonableW. I the morning service. Hear him. singing service. Haven and Clewiston have set a goal
have been added
He -- I for 100. reclaimed or new membersand
H. Johnson, Mgr will be with our church during
1. to our staff to insure the: coming, week leading our THE CHURCH OF GOD Clewiston is' leading the district
s': 'quicker and more efficient people I with over half its goal already real-
.' in a Training Union Rev. R. R. Holland, Pastor .
service for our customers.
ri' . . . . . . campaign. Associated with him will I ized.
WE ALWAYS USE NNNNMNNNNNNNNMN:NMNNNNNNNN: be Miss Louise Paschall of Raleigh, Sunday School-10:00 a. m. The conference was voted most

, 'i" FOR J N. C. Also local teachers. Preaching-11:00 a. m. successful and it was voted to have
X The circles of the W. M. S. will Evangelistic Service-7:30 p. m. another such conference next year

> MAPI RIGHT1I FIT RIGHT :j: TAXICABS :$: meet as follows: Mrs. Hodges' Circle I Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30p. at Naples and to extend the time of

k I LAST LONGER | :s<: DAY AND NITE SERVICE $;. will meet at the home of Mrs. R. L.\,. m. the conference.

:|: PHONE; 18 |;: I Pastor's visiting were: A. R. J
r l ALWAYSBRING :: Bhurman, W. M. Mullen, A. A. Koest-
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YOUR FORD :NNNNN:MNNNNN:ANN: : : :NNN NNNNN:- line, Pierce Hendry, T. M. Lee, W. C.

r" Fountain, S. H. White, Jr., Charles
: BACK HOME" Hamilton, C. S. Hall, R. W. Weaver,
'.-.. FOR SERVICE J. B. Culpepper Chester W. Wilcox,
FLOWERSCut Joe A. Barton, John P. Gaines, C.
x:; We know your Ford best B. Clayton. L. Whittemore, J. E.
flowers for delivery here or Plymouth AgencyVAAAAA
1'. and are anxious to for delivery anywhere in U. S. Woodward, S. I. Hendrix, Albert

help keep it giving you by wire. WWV f Joiner, L. H. Wheeler, Paul Red- P
the best possible service fern, C. M. Harden R. E. Rutland,
until that FORD IN YOUR MRS. J. M. FOUNTAINDay Large Stock of Parts Now On Hand J. R. Hill,. J. T. Coulliette, J. H.

;, FUTURE can be delivered, Phone 82 Night Phone 148-W Whitfield, L. G. Ray, R. W. Owens,
i'i'I I by us! New cars will be available soon. Get your name on A. W. Farabee. W. R. Howell, E. L.

--r our list at onceNow.Located Holladay, M. E. 'Myer, Perry B.
, I James, C. H. Voss and Fred Stinson. .
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Hendry County at Sinclair Station Until New Building There area

-- -.. .. _;: GUS ,L. CANTRELL_ ,_SR. :;: Is Completed MILLION reasons
why you should contribute to _the
: Motors :_: Electrical Contractor :!: National War Fund. Each of themis

: : :: Beck Owner & still in uniform serving their ,-
/ r P. O. BOX 1338 George Manager
and YOU. They are seeingit
Phone 93 323 Ventura Ave. ,::: I I1I1'11'IjllIIIIIIIIIIIlr'IJ country
. . :. through, DON'T LET
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Building Committee .Tigers IJattle----; I I tremely harsh treatment from the ;! China and have several hundred i land was able to determine the ex-
I Nazis. He told of seeing prisoners'! thousand Japs to subdue. I act location of her brother's
I graveat
Named By MethodistsAt i I 1 I run through a line of men with I. Blousville, France. Jimmy visited -
I Continued :row page l'l (j I I bayonets with a pack of dogs at their :, Ardis Hall had a call from Joe: the

Thursday Meeting !120 only to have the play nullifiedby i i!l[heels while the soldiers pricked them '| last Monday and if his honorable I|' mett's,,dog cemetery tag hanging and found on the Pfc.head-Em-

a 15-yard clipping penalty. ''with the bayonets as they ran I discharge comes through on sched- stone.
In the fourth quarter, Martinez ,: fell they ule, :Mr. Hall
i through the line and if one I; will arrive this week. *
'At a meeting held at the Inn broke through to block a fourth were, killed by the vicious dogs.. j jI *
: Thomas M. Waldron
Y 1/c, is in
Thursday evening by a group of down Terrier punt to give the Tigers who 'I
I I Wilbur saw many boys were'in S/Sgt. Hager Lowe is home on San Francisco waiting for release
members of the First Methodist the ball on the opponents 20. Two the with him while they were furlough after
camp long with the ,I from the Navy.
of hisi
Church of Clewiston Elbert L. Stewart Curtis Pullen, running I pages
held prisoners at the Separation Army in India. Hager is stationed!i'i I record have been lost and Mutt is
; was named to head the building from deep punt formation, uncorkeda : Center in San. Antonio and talked to I] for the present at Homestead but 'I held while '
mmittee for the church and Mrs: brilliant left end run and cutbackto I up these papers'are lo-
some fellows who escaped prior to I will have a chance to spend some-II cated. He has been the USS
Lawrence Lee will act as secre- McLeod pick on ,
E. standing
the time he made his break. at home with his folks. Monterey in Tokyo '
Bay until he was
"tary-treasurer. ed up a fumble and dived Into the His medals are the Purple Heart,I i *' I II sent home for

Another committee composed of end zone to convert and tie the ,score Good Conduct Medal, Air Medal with j Cpl. James B. Holland has written that Navy blue discharge. Now if
"Mrs. Mrs. S. P. Slonaker I tape can be clearedup
E. J. Casper I
by inches.' several oak leaf clusters. Welcome his wife that he will leave for he will be his way
on home.
M. A. Thomas, Fred likes and The entire forward wall of the home, Wilbur I home not later than November 6. *
Hev. Bozeman will meet Monday to good ball after !
Tigers played Jimmy has been
com-I' I service for about I
work out plans for financing the ing out of the first half j Mr. and Mrs. -A. R. Broadfoot have thirty-three months and overseas almost Lt. Dan Beardsley was home

construction of the new church here. The line-ups: received word from their son, F 10 twelve months of that time. He briefly last week from California
the church j leaving Sunday for Drew Field,
of new
Definite location Clcwiston Titus\"il1ei 1
A. R. Broadfoot, Jr., not to send any has been awarded the Purple Heart, ,
will be settled upon at this meeting Conkling LE Beneckel Tampa to await-yes, his discharge.
the bronze
Christmas packages to him in star, three battle stars, good
I He is expecting to be out of the
LT Flood Army
"also.The Martinez I European Theatre so he is expected 'conduct and ETO ribbons. The fol-I
Methodist Church completed LG Futch : Corps sometime this week and
Mills, G.
home lowing is ,
I very shortly. a citation of his bravery at
organization here on October 7 with Bolton C Wattwood will be coming home stay.
Thier .to
I Germany: "As section leader, *
56 members and that date will be Be tty RG Burkett,
W. H. Roland has received his i Cpl. Holland, displayed outstand-
'observed ever after as Founder's"MRS. Dunawa RT Hickman Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pirkle re-
\ honorable discharge from the Army I ing' devotion to duty. Despite great
"Day. Young RE Hearn i cently received word that their son,
I and is enjoying so much being back I personal danger he successfully sup-
Iepple QB Feagan Stanley Overton, has been promotedto
I Ii home with his parents, Mr. and plied an armored task force with
W. L. LOTT IS i Pullen LH Mendel the rank of LieutenantCommander. .
: Mrs. T. H. Roland, that he won't.hardly gasoline during an extremely hazardous '
HONORED AT RIDGE McLeod RH CarlileI Before entering the Navy three
i and
leave home to go to the post operation. His
__ I II Sullivan FB E. Mack and a half years ago Lt.-Com. Pirkle
I I office. W. H. was a Corporal in the meritorious accomplishments 'substantially -I
"Mrs. Otto Larsen entertained at I i Army and saw a great deal of serv- I aided his organization practiced dental surgery" at Lake
ridge Tuesday afternoon for Mrs. C AssociationContinued against the and reflects Worth. At present he is stationedat
o. ice in the European Theatre. enemy great
the Miami
"w. L. Lott at the Larsen home on i II credit upon himself and. the military Naval Gunnery. School

"E. Crescent Drive. I(I ( from page 1)) Leroy Hare is expected to return forces of the U. S."', which' is scheduled to close- on";Nov.'
1st. :
The hostess'' presented the guest of R. N. Miller. this week-end from Tampa wearing I Jimmy is bringing home the dog

honor with a gift, Mrs. J. "W. Ezelle Mr. Miller summarized the meeting civilian clothes.: Leroy has been tag that belonged to his wife's brother -
won high prize, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt October llth : I Back the boys until they're BACK
o in Fort Myers on stationed at "Hendricks Field as a Pfc. Gerald Emmett. Through
held second high score for prize, cut counties of Collier,I -Support the National War Fulid.'I .
at which T/Sgt. since his return from dutyin the aid of the, Red Cross 'Mrs. Hol I
prize went to Mrs. H. R .Hall and .,(! Charlotte, Lee and Hendry were repi -, Europe with the Air Force. He I I

low to Mrs. E. C. Mills." i i resented. The meeting was for the]I i will make his home here with his ;

"Mrs.The W.guest C. list Owen included," Mrs. F.Mrs.Deane Lott, I I purpose in carrying of discussing on the the sale procedure of the J]|I be mother joined, Mrs.this Maude week-end Hare by, and his will sis- I O1WllillmliilllllllmmllJIIIllIllli! !': :II1!:I !! !! ''I llwiiiiiiljI'i1I111IIII! l ll! i !I!II 'II!'' '!1 11.!;1,';I !, iiilllimilII' :,II!!!!!!!"I''9 I,(!III!I M il!: iIlIIlII! I 'llVllllllll I I :; l!;::; : ;I!II'I' ''i'''I;IgllJ ;

Duff, Mrs. W. E. Bolton, Mrs. W. C.I I I:I Christmas seals. I ter, Sgt. Evelyn Hare, WAC, who is {IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIN' "" "'!"'!II'{!!'::iIliaIllIiiIIIIIVIIillllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiI'""'!!''" "!" { !!!! .lll lllllliIIIIm'limmlI'!! ,!! 'III P! !!! mlmlilllilllllllijlllmlll!!'!!'! !:! !(III _II IIIIIIIIIIIII' ':'! !II!:"''':III'f!''! '' I''II!'! :

"Prewitt, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. J.I Mr. Johnson suggested that Mrs. stationed at Fort Benning. Evelyn -
E. Beardsley, Mrs. N. V. S. Mum- i I O. Ward would be admirably I II 1
I A. I II will be home on furlough and has no
Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. G. N. I
ford, :I suited to fill the position of Seal idea when she may be released from
FitzenMrs'. Gene Powers, Mrs. C.
and she electedto
Sale Chairman was the service.
X. McLendon, Mrs. C. W. Fuller I serve in this capacity. *" *" = GWDENSI __

\Irs. C. J. Nielson, Mrs. R. C. Wil- I Present were Mr. Johnson, presi- _
son, Mrs. R. M. Bishop, Mrs J. W. Mr. and Former S/Sgt. Vincent J. Oglesby
Mrs. Small
dent; secretary; I
"Ezelle, Mrs. C. I,. Downs, Mrs. CarlE. Mrs. R. N. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. F. D. i returned home from the wars this I 4 = FURNITURE STORE =:::
bearing an honorable -
JoTinson, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt Mrs. Duff Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. 1
which he received at Ft. -- =
H. "T. Vaughn, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. I
E. L. Stewart, Mrs. Ward and Mrs.
D. G. Alston, Mrs. A. O. Ward, Mrs.I Ensign. .McPherson, Georgia. Vincent WAS, IIBond= Street ,. : ". Clev/iston,' Fla, == _..:
G. H. Small and for tea Mrs. W. H. I among the first Clewisfon Selective l =-- =--

Lanier. M. Blake., Mrs. E. E. Kelly' and Mrs.E. I(_......_.....-._.. .._.._.........._......................._....'.......:-"'...-..."........... and Service left registrants here with to the enter call of service August ,, =-----

I 5, 1941. Before he arrived, I t

I sans uniform, Vincent was wearing: LJI
two bronze stars one of which lie
s I received for keeping his plane in the 1iL

air for more than one hundred mis i

Thursday The evening with Mrs.bridge R. M. club Hare, met Jr., S Our Boys sions meritorious without service any and engine good trouble con,,: 'I I, Our greatest desire is for satisfied .

35 hostess. Mrs. G. E. Etherton won ,
duct medals Unit t I .
six battle stars, ::1
l a Roseville pottery vase for high, I Customers
I -
I Citation. As the crew
"Mrs. R. C. Nowling received stationery i in the '
of a P-47 Vincent was a memI -
for second high and for consolation art. ;
I ber o'r the famous Thunderbums, -I

j Mrs. A. W. Lawrence received :I'V I His was the first fighter unit intcI : The finest in all makes of furniture --

note paper. Service I Normandy after D-Day arriving alI t

After four progressions cherry I I I D-Day plus one. He.also. spent sometime : = can be expected from us the
'tarts and coffee were ::
whipped cream ], in Belgium and was at Strau- Ii

'served to Mrs. Etherton, Mrs. NOWI-I I, a: ana. 2lla:: berg, Germany, for a long time. I easiest

5ng, Mrs. Lawrence, Mrs. C. I ,.... ..:..:..:-:..:..:..:-:-:-..:..;..:..:", ":,,:-:,,:,,,,:,,: *" =+__ terms _
Lendon, Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. .oo'Ve i James Winn, MM 1/c wrote to his". -
:l .' C. Thompson, Mrs. Joe M. Hall and'airs. heard this week that Sgt. Jack mother this week saying that he is i I ,

V. C. Woodward. I Kinsey was to have arrived in Tam- !' due into San Francisco on the 26th

'i pa Wednesday from overseas. He in time to participate in. the Navy, PIL1Your I I

raymond B. Marsh succeeded joins Mrs. Kinsey, who has been liv- Day parade on the 27th. His brother -, = =

Joseph Y. Cheney last week as Chair- ing there since she left Clewiston. Cpl. Owen Winn, of the USMCR,

,inan of the Florida Parole CommisSion i was unlucky again and drew fur- ::.

under the board's policy of ro-I, S. W. McGehee, formerly Sgt., was ther duty in China although he has I patronage is appreciated J

tating its chairmanship among the discharged the 6th in San Antonio, seen about twenty-eight months r- =

'three members. : Texas, Mr., and and is now Mrs. J.back A. with McGehee his parents and- the overseas.1st Marine Owen Force has seen at some action of with the Iii{iljilllllilll llI! IIIIIIII'iiililililmllllllllllllllli11' !]! '' 1IiI: ?mil lllllIIlliIIIIIIIIilllIililiiIIIllliilllllliIlilllmlliJlll! ! : !! lllllllllililllllllIlllllililllllillllllllIliiilllliilllll! !! ,! iiIIiiimrri::!!'): !

DISTON ISLAND DRAINAGE DISTRICT working for his father. hottest spots in the Pacific and apparently t'illllllilillllillllillllilliIllliIIllllllllllilllllllIII!' ill !:! ! illlllillIIlmiillllilliiIWilllllilllillllllllllllllilWllll! !! : !:!! llllillliillllllilllllll1!! lIIllilillllllWllililllllll111111111illliliillllllIIIIIU! : !! :.

-XOTICK OF LANDOWNERS Wilbur enlisted In April, 1942, and isn't through fighting yet
SUPERVISORS ELECTION' went overseas in February 1943. for he says they have landed in .......................
While in England he was with the '
The annual landowners meeting of 8th Air Force and later with the .
the Diston Island Drainage District B5J !3m&a&Vmm"CLEWISTON'! !
will be held in the Court Room of the 15th in Italy. He was a prisoner of
County Court House In Moore Haven the fascist Italians when his plane 1 U I.
:Glades, County, Florida, on Saturday,
November 3, at 2:00 o'clock P. M. I i was shot down- ,over Austria, almoston
The purpose of the meeting is to the bCrder.He was held prisoner -
slect three members of the Board of
Supervisors and to determine the for six months before he escapedone
length of the terms of office of each night while being walked by the
Supervisor so elected which shall be WILLIAM'SSHOE
l "respectively one two and three years guards. During his internment he LOTS
and until their'successors shall have had been forced to walk by his cap- I
been elected and qualified. '
At such election each acre of*land tors from near Danzig across Ger-
In the District shall entitle the owner many. He spent a month in a hos- IEIiIIIII! REPAIR
thereof to one vote in person or by i
:proxy in writing duly signed.J. I pital in England after his escape '

E. FRIERSON, suffering from malnutrition. Wil- SALES HAVE INCREASED -
I Chairman, Board of I.,bur says that he was fairly well 'SHOP !
.;T. M. COUSE.Supervisors.Secretary. treated by the Germans but that the VERY' RAPIDLY IN THE I IMen's

*Oct 12 and 19. Russians in particular receive ex- ,


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FOR THEBEST Ladies' Half Soles $1.00 !

DO NOT LET THE ONE Metal Plates lOc

FOODS YOU WANT GO TO Men's Heels 60c 'Flat :'

-r SOMEONE ELSE Ladie's Top Lifts and Rips .--

Try A Complete Dinner AtCANEBRAKE 11 Depend on Size '

< Price Trend Is '



$1.25 and UpService I I I

Old Alston
from 6 to 9 o'clock Short Orders ;

9 till :3 0 "

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