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 26, 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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BITTING WILL SPEND ]I Test Runs at Starch NEW 1946 FORD IS Mrs. Vaughn Kills TIGERS TRIM 'CATS'

Plant Are; SatisfactoryTest Coon in Backyard

MUCH TIME HERE runs which have been under- PLACED ON DISPLAYIN Mrs.- H., T., Vaughn was in the OF WEST 'PALM 'B'

way at the new starch plant here News office this week and announced -

i.r WHILE MORAN IS ILL for the past several days have been CLEWISTON TODAYThe that henceforth she will be BY .SCORE OF 3544

more than satisfactory, it was stated known to all and sundry as "Bring

yesterday by Clarence R. ,Bit- '
first 1946 car to be seen ''n 'Em Back Alive" Vaughn since Monday Playing on a dry field for the first
illness of W. United
Because of the Jay ting of the States Sugar Corporation -
Moran, vice-president and general Clewiston, a Ford, will be officiallyon II morning at 5:30 when she en- time this season, the Clewiston Ti-

manager of the United States Sugar Mr. Bitting pointed out that these display today at the Hendry countered and 'liquidated a full gers clawed the West Palm Beach

Corporation, Clarence R. Bitting, test runs were merely pre-opera-I!I County Motors, it is announced by grown male raccoon in the high "B" Wildcats into an overwhelming

'corporation president, said Thurs- tional tests of machinery and equip- E. M. Cornette. grass in back of her home on Circle 35-14 defeat on their home field

day that he expected to spend the ment and for the breaking In of the The new car came in last Satur- Drive. Her family at first refusedto last Friday.

greater part of his time in Clewis- new organization which will handle day and curiosity got the better of believe her prowess as a big game The game was hardly minutes old

ton until Mr. Moran's return. the starch operation and that he was many people who crowded near to hunter until she showed them the when Sammie Young grabbed a

. Mr. Moran was taken 111 In September unprepared to say when the plant see it before it was unloaded from body of the stunned animal. When heave from Kepple on his own 30 f

' for busi- the trailer. arrived with the groceries and raced 70 yards to pay dirt. Sul-
while preparing a would begin continuous operation. "i Henry
I livan converted.In .
ness trip to New York and has been As is the case with all new plants There Is of course little difference from Parkinson's he killed the rac-

,t. confined to a hospital for treatment there will be many minor adjustments -I between the new 1946 Ford and the coon. the second quarter, Curtiss i

I since' that time. He is not ex- and changes to be made fol- last Ford manufactured in 1942 but I Mrs. Vaughn said that she was Pullen, who was a thorn in the Cats'

,/'cted to return to work for several lowing these test runs but it is be- the important thing is that produc-, expecting to see' an elephant or a back all night, took a neat reverse

weeks yet and Mr. Bitting will be in lieved that production on a large tion has at last begun and seeing tiger next and ,would be preparedfor from McLeod to dash 35 yards

charge of operations until that time. scale will be underway with a the new one Is visual evidence of such an eventuality. around his own right, ,end to score.

Several changes have taken placein reasonable length of time. this for a car-hungry nation. The conversion failed. Soon after

the corporation personnel during the kick-off, Kinsey shot a pass to
I advertised'
Many new changes are
the past week, but Mr. Bitting ex- Newsome to score for the Wildcats.
but most of these are in the engine PLANS COMPLETEDFOR
plains that this is largely a shifting Then Bolton aided the Cat cause by
found. The body is
NATIONAL WAR FUND and not easily
i 'of duties and reassignments for the \ donating them a two point safety,
that consid-
much the except a
c various department heads necessi- same thanks to his only bad center play of

1" tated by the expected start of starch erable amount of chromium trim is HALLOWE'ENFESTIVAL the season. The half ended with(
DRIVE TO 'BE HELD being used and there is a wide, "
Tigers ahead l -8. -'
manufacture within a short time. the -;-tIn
heavy grillwork in front. There is a
Several offices have been cleared in the second half the Tigers
I and'the BY P.T.A.Last
slight change in the lights
the Sugar office building for new HERE NEXT WEEKElbert really showed their superior condi-
interior has a panel which closely:
I executives who will be connectedwith tion and alertness by' ramming
resembles that of the pre-war Mer-
' the starch plant. across 22 points. Gilbert McLeod
E I' Seats are upholstered in ve- minute arrangements were '
-: Mr. Bitting explained that H. T. cury. opened the 'second half scoring when
L. Stewart, Hendry County -
lour but are reinforced along the going forward this week in prepar- '
Vaughn would have supervision of chairman for the National War sides with leather.Mr. ation for P.-T.A. Halloween Carni- he snatched -a Kepple pass on the '

I 'both the sugar house and the starch Fund drive, announced this week val and Dance. These annual eventsare opponents 35 to score untouched
and S. Jones has Cornette said that the car was To the last McLeod
plant Harry recently period
that he would begin the drive for for the benefit of the milk fund open
arrived here to act his sent here strictly for display pur- hole madeat
as raising the county's $5,500 quota roared through a gaping
and the of in
\1 support every person
\ assistant. N. V. S. Mumford has next week. poses and could not, as yet, even left tackle to sprint 20 yards for
town is urged for this worthy cause.
"been moved from the sugar house to Mr. Stewart plans to name a I f be, used as a demonstrator. A full measure of fun and enter- his second of the evening. The con-

the starch plant and is in charge of version failed. At this point the
t 1 group to assist him in making a one- I tainment is in store for all who at-

1, the test runs which are now under- time canvass of the community and : tend. Plans indicate that this will Cats, just to break the monotony,

I asks those who plan to make con- scored a touchdown to end their
1 way.Jones SUGAR SEASON GETS be the biggest carnival to date and
Brown of Atlanta and New After the kickoff, Mar-
tributions to have them ready when the help of all to insure the finan- scoring.
York is now, connected with the corporation the call is made. tinez put the Cats in a hole with a
cial success of the big event is being
doing special work for Mr. W. T. Maddox is chairman for the UNDERWAY ,MONDAY; sought. No effort has been sparedto brilliant'' punt that went out on the '

Bitting.Mr. west end of the county and will be- make the carnival an occasion West Palm Beach 2-yard mark. In

Bitting made it clear that no gin his drive next week also. ( attempting to boot out from this
that the, younger generation, as wellas
major changes are contemplated In This drive is to raise funds to BIG CROP INDICATEDThe the older folks, will long remem- corner, .Conkling blocked the kickto

the organization. make life a little more bearable for : ber and the music and entertainment score an automatic. safety for
those boys who still remain in serv- for the dance that follows, an Clewiston.

WOMAN iSENDS ice. It Is asked that all rememberthat 1945-46 sugar harvest season event to talk about, for some time. At this point a 'host' of Clewiston

..lea $1.00 although the war is over and got underway according to schedule The carnival will be held as always subs entered the garnet but that did I,

many of the boys are already home Monday morning with cane cutters at the School grounds and the not end the:scoring. ,Pullen ran wild
still thousands'on for- piling up a sizeable amount ot cane for sparkling rung that
6 i SUGAR there are, with 'the around end
I FOR SHARE midway-will be lined all of
eign soil., iTJhe lor.pipjtion 'of' the that day on the several plantationsto booths that have been popular in placed the ball ,on the West Palm
be shipped that'evening to the Beach mark. Sullivan .
i war means only that the boredomif previous Several new booths 2-yard Johnny
f F far ,worse for them now than be- sugar house in Clewiston.At this bucked it over to score the
The Associated Press story from I have been added year to draw
National War Fund two o'clock Tuesday afternoon touchdown and conversion.
: fore and the
the A feature attraction for
I public.
j Clewiston last week concerning the
provides money to various agenciesto the whistles at, the sugar house blewto Coach Skewes was ,well pleased
opening 'of the sugar season was apparently the youngsters should be the pony
administer to their comfort and 'I indicate the, dumping of the first I (Continued on Page 8))
I read with avid interest by rides that will be conducted by the
pleasure while in, their country'sservice. carload of cane and a few minutes '
the sugar hungry people in the Boy Scouts..
later the cane had reached the ser- I
' B. north? particularly the part which I ies of' mills to be divested of its I The grand march for the selec-

f said that enough sugar would be for tion of King and Queen of the ele- VICTORY LOAN
I I juice, the juice going on .through
produced during the season to, fur- Newsreel Shots mentary grades will take place at
conversion into sugar, and the cane !
" Wish every person with month's 1 pulp bagasse, going on to feed '7:15 p. m. and the line of march ,
Show Views of or START ON ,
'H'; supply., For this week the local post- I the furnaces of the plant. It was will be cleared 'by the Boy and Girl l

office received the following lette-1 C. R. Bitting III sometime Wednesday before the Scouts to insure everyone ''a good _
, from a New Jersey lady enclosing, view of the gay costumes. 0.-
' first finished sugar came through to : The campaign for
it' dollar and requesting Tier five I --;; be sacked and shipped to the refin- The jamboree starts at 6:00 p. m. of war bonds, the
pounds of A newsreel shown at the Dixie
i: sugar: ery. and ends promptly at 9:30 p. m.
Drive will begin next
; '112 Freeman street Crystal Theatre the past week-end ,
p' ,
I I Clarence R. Bitting, president of The costume dance at the Sugar- tober 29 and will continue
Woodbridge N. J., showed several shots of Ensign
the United States Sugar Corporation land Park auditorium will begin at cember 8.While "
October 22, 1945. I Clarence R. Bitting III, son of the I
stated this week that the harvest 10:00 p. m. and last indefinitely. the Hendry
'j Dear Sir: president of the United States Sugar I, '
'I had gotten away to a good start and I II Dave Tyler's orchestra from Miami quota is much smaller
; I noticed the enclosed in today's Corporation, who is a member of
i : had begun a week early because of has been secured to furnish the mu- vious drives, $214,000 and
i (The article on the havest the Navy Scouts and Raiders who I,
the size of, the, crop. First reportson sic. A number of specialty acts bond quota is also smaller,
opening.) If you will 'kindly hand played such an Important part in :
I ,sucrose content of the cane have have been lined up for the entertain- C. V. Parkinson, drive
I f ? this letter with the $1 tQ whoever landings in the Pacific Theatre. A
been' very good.Former ment of those attending the dance. states that he realizes
! .1 runs the sugar refinery I'll be grate- friend recognized him, informed u.1 __ I I
i l The, Coronation of the high school task ahead in going over
! T. Koch, 'theatre manager, and on King and Queen will take place at I
ful.I'd State Senator this campaign due to the
be so glad to have five 'pounds Tuesday he showed the newsreelover
the dance as well as several dance attitude of
in purchasers
I of this unless the several times for Mr.
sugar Bitting
government I I
Speaker At MeetingOf numbers by the dancing classes and is
I I has the control of it. If so, then who was in town at the, time. war over.
the bathing beauty contest. Entrance -
This drive is to> provide
there is nothing J can expect to get. An article concerning the activi- Kiwanis Club
has been
in the
latter event ed funds to bring the
: I'll gladly pay express charges It ties of these raiders appeared in the Miss
closed and the'selection of
from overseas, to provide
the sugar is for sale. October 13 issue of the Saturday 5
State Senator Ernest R. Clewiston will be among the con- who must remain in
Thanking you for your trouble, Evening Post and one of the illustrations Former
I lived in South testants already chosen. forces and to
Graham, who has overseas
was of Ens. Bitting clamb-
I Florida near Miami for the past 24 \ pitalization for those who !
I 1 Very truly yours ering onto an overturned boat load- I
: Mrs. May E. Williams. ed with the paraphernalia of his years, talked to the Kiwanis Club at New Building Is seriously injured during
the meeting Wednesday night at (Continued on Page 4)I
it. The sugar corporation receivedthe unit, mostly weapons. I I
letter in due time and 'has reluc- Ens. Bitting made two trips into the Clewiston Inn about the early

\ tantly refunded Mrs. Williams' mon- (Continued on Page 8)) days in the 'Glades. He ,was introduced By Motor CompanyE. Mrs. Downs To !
U. T. Koch, of
ey. For the government 'does still by manager
(: exercise control.'Cornette i the Dixie Crystal Theatre.He Announce '
IS THIS YOU? spoke at length about the generally -: M. Cornette. manager of Hen- ,

Will poor conditions of roads in I dry County Motors, stated the firstof Management
Your shoes were eye-catching l this area during early development I the week that Bert D. Keck, Stu- '

'Glades Fire Board Wednesday just as the noon whistle'was '' of the Everglades ,and cited the dif .. art architect, was drawing plans for It was announced this

blowing and you were stepping ficulties of maintaining adequate a proposed $15,000' building expan-I I Bill Wall that Mr"! C. L.

briskly along Bond St. In front of means of getting into this section at sion program to be started in the take over the management

At a meeting of the Everglades the Western Union with an armfulof that time. In the late twenties, he very near future by his company. I I Canebrake] cocktail lounge

Fire Board in Belle Glade Thurs- groceries. The shoes that caughtmy said, the state: legislature _set up The improvements will consist of taurant on November

day, made up of a member''' from attention were of the novelty sufficient funds for the purchase of a canopy between the present office Downs will install new

: --each county within the Everglades type, of red and tan with high wooden (Continued on Page 8)) building and the present paint and popular gathering place.
Drainage District, E. "M. Cornette ot extension The new manager was'
platform soles and a lot of open ----- body shop; a twenty-foot

I", Clewiston, Hendry County member work. Your dress was bright to go I P.-T.A. of the repair shop along the north ed in the hotel and dining '

of the board, was named as chairman with the shoes. You are a trifle side which will give; an additional iness in Clewiston for

"t'" for the ensuing term. shorter than average height and HALLOWEEN 2,000 square feet of floor space anda eighteen years when she
Guy M. Bender was retained 'as: local hotel association
k have only recently returned here new twenty-five foot building westof from
fire chief and there 'are no 'contemplated after several months absence. If JAMBOREE the paint shop to be used as a for the past two summers,

t changes in personnel Mr. Cor- you 'know yourself now come to the machine shop. Downs, managed the f

t'' nette stated. The board is the same News office for two passes to the 6:00: p. m.-9:30 p. m. There will also be an alteration of Hotel, Atlantic Beach,

x t::, as ,during the Holland administration Dixie Crystal Theatre. HALLOWEEN COSTUME DANCE the front of the building with the lina. She is also the

with ,the exception of Changes in I The brunette described last week Grand March at 7:15 p. m. canopy being taken from the gaso- i Clewiston Beauty Shop.

-'' Broward and Dade 'Counties. I was Mrs. Fred Morrison and she lost .. SUGARLAND PARK I line pumps and a modern front designed !. Mrs. Downs is well

Mr: Bender gave a detailed re- I no time in, recognizing' herself. RECREATION CENTER to give the utmost in attractiveness .2.S a gracious hostess and

r- report on the disastrous fires of last I 10:00 p. m. 'til- to the Ford agency. the Canebrake are assured

r: year, which, because of "dry weath DAVE TYLER'S ORCHESTRA Announcement is also made that viting atmosphere and

k',, er and no water supply were impos:I ported to ,be' in first-class condition CarniVal'nd dance are for benefitof Mark Kennon, for many years in I competent staff.Continued. ,

sible to control. Equipment' was re-, at this time.. :;' Milk Fund. (Continued on Page 8) I ( on' Page f 'a f




.. -' nr'f "m' : THE CLEWISTON :NEWS '-"- .
PAGE TWO ]!JI\fJE\!: ] ?KIT" FRIDAY. OCTOBER 20.. 1945
I I r1is -
death, at the age of 97, he was I Lecturer, Author and Publisher booklets '
.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.., as active mentally and physically asa all titles Brown Landone could justly are-'I and books. These were entitled "-I, gress according to the Committeeon
"Adventuring Freedom, Patents of the National Assn. of
man of half his years.I claim and what's more could
I 1 "Four Means of Permanent Peace "j Manufacturers. .
first met this remarkable man point to remarkable achievement in !
Too Late To ClassifyBy Asserting that, his country's
"Our Last
about ten :tears ago when I visited, all of them. Chance, "Do Four
I growth "has been due largely 'to its
I him seeking information concerning Brown Landone was born of Eng-!! Things Now" and "The Prospectsof "
RUSSELL KAY ] his experiments with Ramie and lish-American parents aboard ani! Ramie Today." I' patent system, a spokesman declared -

1 1 i other tropical plants that offered American ship enroute from England -| Dr. Landone edited compulsory licensing would

"..."t.( .....:--O............... .. .............. .................;t'.oy. 'I I possibilities for Florida. to the United States on March in the'Winter Park a weekly Herald column until --,! strike"By at forcing its fundamentals.an inventor to give

i Since then, 1 came to know the '16. 1847. He was an American citijzen. the time of his death. He was a| up exclusive rights before he has
leath Florida pan intimately, have visited with I II member of the Florida Press Association
last week robbed an opportunity to reap reward
him at his homo frequently and ona I I He received hid early education j and National Editorial As-j I any
valued citizen J would be
Of s. great man and largely removed -
at the hands of tutors and
number of occasions journeyedwith sociation. "
'who for has lived quietly and i he pointed out.
him on trips about the statein I I through contact with the minds of I I I
his home in Winter : i
modestly at i ---
search of data and information great thinkers of the times, such as
Park, rounding out a full life of having to do with his work and In-I I Flemmarion of Paris. II | Patent SystemIn A gadget developed by industry,

amazing achievement. Little known terests. I I In his young manhood he wash I Ii r soon to be put in production, is an
Landone DangerAmerican
'to Floridians Dr. Brown I|i ordained in the High Episcopal ( electrical device which will shut the
'Contributed much to the.state's. advancement Scientist, Doctor of Medicine,
'Church of England. Keenly inter- windows thermostatically when a
:Minister of the Gospel, Educator, I
and to the hour of
up I ested in medicine, he felt he could supremacy in technol-I storm Is brewing and open them

be of greater service to mankind in I ogical progress will be endangeredby when it's over.
this field. He received his medical compulsory licensing of patentsas [

.I degree in England and his work I set forth in bills pending in Con i IS TOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?

centered around neurology. and ''he _

was one of the first men to do workin ,r "
I the localization of brain centers. .!:':. _.d'..,. -- .-;>------1. '" Au :
., :''I'!: "v I Turning from medicine to broader -
<- : :; fields, he became interested In

};.; social' welfare and education. In I
1895 he organized the first boy's:

work in the Y. M. C. A. In 1905 he! MIRRAPIANOSSelect

was head of a group of 100 educa-I

tors, representing: 17
formed an International Committee ,
1 I
THE ,RETURN OF PEACEMeans on Education., In 1911 he and oth- *
ers tried to form a United States of

Europe, but this effort was stifled
with the outbreak of the first World one of our, fine upright or MirrApianos and give

,War. In 1912 and 1913 he lecturedat
your young people the opportunity to study music in
A' Return To Competitive :'. Oxford and the Sorbonne. The

same years he made' an economicand the home. They will ,enjoy more of the 'home 'and

Business Methods financial survey of the German "
empire and warned the world by family circle life. Instead of their being a problem to

/ public statements ,in both London
the in due time become the
and Paris that war would occur parents, they family pride.
The Best :Means of Selling in Your Home Town Is
within six months. He was hissed You are invited to inspect our instruments. Our terms
Through the Advertising Columns of Your and booed, but war came in four

months.In make it easy for you to own one.BRUBAKER .
Home Town (Newspaper
1914 he was appointed Director -
General of the Institute of the ..
Fran'ce. ,, .......' ,'., .'. .
Sciences of the in At '
Arts .
the outbreak of the war, assistedby J

Major-Genera Leonard Wood, i.
he wrote "Awake U. S. A." and by

permission ot the late Theodore
THE CLEWISTON NEWSIs Roosevelt, translated" into French MUSIC 'co. fl

portions of, "The World War." In

also equipped to take care of your job printing needs, 1915, by appointment of Raymond PHONE 3173
Poincare, president of France, ne
with work when you want it and as you want it-reasonably was made Envoye Speciale to the 206 Datura, West Palm Beach

United States.
One of the first students of ,Hu-
I man Relations and Employer-Em- _' _p :" :r'L' -=-.L-f/ "'..-.:' -. = .-"..jt ,,"I.r _' ,
ployee relations, Dr. Landone was

engaged as consultant by the Ford

Motor Company, U. S. Steel and %J:M%.%
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A... .1 -.' ., panies.In peace work during the first Radio and Electric Service i'

Two six-room houses for sale; one.complete- World War, he initiated a move- ,
ment that reached 90.000,000 mothers s :
with messages from the Presi- V

j f ly furnished Priced Right dent of the United States, all within :: Home and Auto Radio Parts and Tubes :v::

24 hours. This was a rare accomplishment For All Makes :*:

of those days, due to y

Also business and residential lots available. lack of 1918 communication.From to 1930 .much of his ,_, .v,..

time was given to writing. In 1923 :;: ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES ::;::

his seven volume work "The History -
: of Civilization" was first pub- Fluorescent Lighting Fixtures Wiring *

lished. Dr. Landone was editor in

J. E. Beardsley chief of this work which required _f ALL WORK. GUARANTEED !
many years of relentless! research.He :

is author of over 100 books on _*; GEO. WEAVER and T. J. CASON :;:
REAL a variety of subjects, most of whichare :
/ now distributed world wide :: Telephone 163 ::
through the Lan one Foundation ft

Phone 66 Hopkins Bldg. Winter Park. During the past three :,;. AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR CLARION RADIOS .;.
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months of his life. Dr. Landone com- .
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From Clewiston> capital of the Florida Everglades and center of the largest single production ,) (. :

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of in continental United States after of brown : :;: :
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,i ;- earning' more than 'the' proposed 65- I -

(MINUTES OF COUNTYBOAR'D cents-an-hour minimum I '"'' ,_ OJ.

I' '"The proposal to fix wages in the I

It Seems To Me MEETINGSFOR higher brackets is a departure whichis I .

rejected by the competent gov- I
ernment administrator of the pres- I FI ,
I -
By H. Clark Bell MONTH OF OCT. ent act, and by the American Feder- -; :, '

ation of Labor as well as the NAM," ,
. that the peaceful world we
Mr. Mosher said. "All are acting on
have all been led to believe would Appearing in the minutes of the their practical judgement that it Is I

be the inevitable result: or'victory county board meetings for October I unworkable." 6 I ; K If{ .
has failed to materialize. Venezuela
which follow will be found a resolu-
has a revolution replete with all the I i I Denounced by AF of L I
tion by the State Road Department,
techniques of modern war. Tanks, signed by F. E.Bayliss, chairman, I The manufacturer's head referredto x. MltWTEGO eI ; : :
: planes and bombs figured in it with testimony by William Green, AFL
i and J. R. McClure, secretary, des-
H W.. a consequent loss of life. Argentina ignating the proposed new Harris- president, who denounced the planas I To TORNPAT\ MY -

j : has been on the verge of internecine burg road in Hendry County from "an invasion by the governmentof

i f: : warfare for months., The state highway 25 north on Bridge the domain of free and voluntary US E 0 t FoR
". Koreans and Allied I collective bargaining between labor
are battling Japs
Street, across, the CaloosahatcheeI I and management;" and L. Met- NT5 :
by POI
in small: unorganized
troops :;
and to the Glades county line as No. j l> rr\
calfe Walling, Wage-Hour Administer r
;- A large segment of India
groups. 621, instead of No. 164. The county n
who pointed to the adminis- \c"
I is becoming increasingly bellig- has been authorized and requestedto q
:'.' ent about the.refusal of the British secure the necessary rightofwayfor : trative difficulties.The }) Co. .
;} : -those champions of liberty- to roadbed, ditches and borrow proposed rise from the 40-
give them theirs. Indo-China is cent minimum to 65 cents 70
t> pits at its own expense. This stretchin now, % W%
practically in a state of siege. Pales- Hendry county known as section cents next year and 75 cents the following -
, tine 'is in such imminent danger of year would add almost $15
0706, was approved by the state road
f' an armed uprising that no American department which said in the reso- I billion to payrolls which would haveto j-r:::; .
j troops are allowed within its lutionthe. construction nf said be compensated for bv higher )C jj ;
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borders. Chinese 'Communists are portion of said section is necessary prices, Mr. Mosher asserted. / -

reported occupying large areas of practical, arid to the best interest of He cited Bureau of Labor statis- ,.' ..- .,,-
} northern China by force. The the state." tics figures to show that since 1939, I.

:'' French and the Dutch have had to Other' items to .come before the in manufacturing as a whole, unit
," use force or threats of force to sub- i board for action included the transfer labor costs have gone up about 40 1//

due recalcitrant colonies. What does I of small balances of left-over percent while productivity has 'increased -
i,' it all mean? What can it mean but funds, in certain accounts to other I about 15 percent.
that the machinery of the United accounts needed.
wrere -----
; Nations too ponderous, too time- I
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(, I consuming and without any author- |,/Farmers' Expect .. . . . . . . . . . . .
,> N M.N.N.N.N.N.M.N.N. .N. .N1M. N .
ity worthy of the name. Our dream :: N N N N N N.M.,1.N. .N.N.N.N.N.N.ti.N.N.M.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.H.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N..J!
;, of peace is, in fact, but a dream Minimum' In Pay Seen High ProductionThe s / rw

from, which our children will awaken As Wage Control I I ., NOTICE f
-' a decade hence, with the drums
u. farmers of America expect to ,.-
:: of war beating in their ears and _0' i : I -t'
,,'," and again see the good earth stained WASHINGTON-One section of I see greater production and lower :;: ==
prices both in manufacturing and on OCCUPATIONAL LICENSES
4, red with the lifeblood of their the "minimum wage" bill proposed .... T
I I farms, according to nationwide ..
a :
.. '
( loved ones. by Senator Claude Pepper, Florida, And .
of the farmers think- A ,
;', . that all the screaming -to actually, President makes it Ira a Mosher"wage control"bill of the I II I ing survey, conducted% way by ,the agricultural are :;: DOG LICENSES I::

housetops that has been done by committee of the Association of Na-
;, government and big business and a National Association of lIanufactiurers y
tional Advertisers. ::
:, declares. DELINQUENT NOV. 1, 1945 .
few thousand selfstyledeconomic
,- I Eighty-six per cent said that far- A Y
; experts about the tremendous back- Warning Congress against risking"a
reckless reconversion mers would prosper if business pros-. r.
log of spending power tiding us jolt 'to "C. E. MINER i
Mr. Mosher said that Pepper's bill pered, but that farm ledgers would
: over the let-down period which, always ::
City Tax Collector r:
soon become unbalanced if business
follows a war' is beginning to (S.1349)) would set up a new govern- ;

:, look something like a verbal boom- ment wage structure for workers accounts showed red. N:N:N:N:N:N N N:N:N:.1 N:N N:N N:N:N?:N:N:N:N:N:.:N:N:N N:N:N N N N N:N:N:-:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N:N N:N v:MOCTOBER

,Admittedly; lot of have
erang. a us - - -- -------
[-, more money stowed away in our ersatz -

,, since Hector jeans than was a we pup.have Admittedly enjoyed, NA VY DAY,
our mechanical devices (ranging 27 1 1945 ,

from autos to eye-lash curlers) are .
t.\, badly in need of replacement. Ad- ,

:" mittedly, the four-color :propaganda -

.t of the full page 'ads in the na n. i
p. tion's periodicals have us all in a .
;, dither to -buy ,all these. super-dooper
gadgets complete with: built in
r:' atomic power1;,units.,
;1, is a big but-will we have, that cash
t when John: L. and Green and Murray I
k decide that industry can go ahead

r. and reconvert. A day that seems

L: no closer now than it did on V-J i

f: day. If, as, loyal, patriotic Americans -
: with members of the immediate month, th :; ,
family and close friends in the ago
, ;:,:' armed services or having been in F hand red and sixty years ct of the '

S':, and fought and perhaps died for *' one founded by ",
{ those things we choose to hold sacred Navy as l':i\\"." ,;

r we' :Sunk our war-i flat'cl American \\t:it; ; ,
: : ;
F / ;
b->. wages in war bonds, what are we to A Continental Congress. the. Navy has \: ", .
t., do now? Shall'Ie cash our bonds an d a half, ,
and curtain the amount century \>
: and quality than a the history ,
f.." of medical service to our thousands % For more 1o write -

t : of disabled who will spend up to our first line of of America ,.,,,:' ,G ;, ;, y
several in hospitals of been history
"t years -some : the 'H.'yK : ,<
I' whom will leave them only on that .s to wnte h. is the ,

i ', lost journey? Are we to spend ouri c

{ bonds and keep our youth from the ,

kf:.,' :, college educations provided to more I .,,t itself's I ,'
thousands by the GI Bill of Rights? Navy in your

f. Are we to recklessly cash the soundest peo day/ ke e p ever A{ ; ', ,..
,' investment in the '''world r Navy our i.
today h onor od for y ..
;}:. and reduce the power of our nation However you f brotherho '
: to the pitiful level of a few year warm f eehng o of our .

_, ago when even a nation of seventy v hearts a the spirit t
:t1.;? : million Japs could sneer and snarl wh de worl. w:', '
% the \
It-: :: at us and sink half our Navy in one countrymendemocracy ocean ta 1
:/ blow? Shall we have another MuI. upon every Navy ..,';} .. {
:: the
: ,, nich because our goveru'ment's -pockets salute to > v d'

... :- are empty and we cannot answer well done t
, :;;,; ", the arguments o? tanks and planes 'ob >. ,
I. with empty words. With atomic ..fs United States

[ power in the offing would we have of these ': "1h. ( .
time to prepare for (another war l
AFTER hostilities started? Let's .
:'-<. keep our bonds. Let's pay our way I r { r > }r Kr
;'.. as wee go. with the money we earn J
WI' ," ': now. Let's even save "a little bit.t .<
more. That's the level-headecl,

:,: '.' American way of doing things... Away ;,
s;\ we have forgotten in the war: Y ; ';; : ADES : ,M .q
r, ijsfi2yj % E
; years. PORT
:, .' the government is aiding r %Q 't: MIAMI AND

p : and abetting the South American \ .
1i' .-.::,..- nations in their periodic revolutions

and banana wars by selling them I
I'3 ': surplus warplanes. A center is to
:\' be set up in Miami for the express I
.: .', purpose of selling surplus planes to
..:,' Latin Americans. How many of
:: '':, these planes will end their useful / -'. "-,-
r. ,}-J lives. in commerce is anybody's "

;;1' guess but the recent blitz revolu- d swap ( 9 4v r 2: J '
; ." tion in Venezuela, has pointed the 4. c R', f:. a
way for other power and money LW A.tSt'
hungry militarists and politicians in
Central and South America. They

I I"" have learned that an overwhelming
display of force and a ruthless use ','
of that force in strategic areas will
gain them a victory in days where t'/9'
the old time "liberator" had to

spend years running and fighting
with his tatterdemalion army.

Three more revolutions in the next I -
twelve months is my guess. I g



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The Clewiston News -:-:-:.-:-:-:-:.-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:- ..: -:":-:"':" and Asaka. C Fellowship Dinner i j D.Roy G.Alston,Alston,

Neal Miner, son of C. E. Miner of Is Held Tuesday Night j i

Clewiston, is another who is wear- I '
Published every Friday In Clewlston.! With after I 3-Room House for Rent.
dischargebutton forty
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS;' ing a The Men's Fellowship group of
TUC. months service with the U. S. Coast
Guard. His wife has been in Pan- the Community, Church held its regular -, See Mrs. L. L. Lowe at.

second class mall matter Our ama City and he' arrived there justa monthly dinner Tuesday eve- Hooker's
Entered as g Boys ning at the Community Center withan Point. 2tp
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office in few days before the birth of a baby
crewiston, Florida, under the Act of unusually good attendance and
girl. Mr. and Mrs. Miner will make
March 3, 1867.CAIUl a number of visitors.
their home in Panama, City for the
in theService present. The speaker for the evening was SALE: One Johnson -

SETTLE, Publisher Carr Settle, News editor, who chose :
outboard nine
as a subject, "Newspaperdom: in the ,
Subscription Rate-*2-50 Per
Sgt. Roy Waldron, who deservesa Florida Everglades. This
was largely horse fourteen
advertising Raton On Application. ,long story when we can contact a historical record of the' news-, one

r him, is back from Europe and, we
papers published on the mucklands metal boat with air
understand, is also a dischargee. from the establishment of the first ,
Devoted to the advancement and welfare Roy was In some pretty tough spots, tanks. W. D.
of Clewiston and Heuary County. paper, the, Moore Haven Times in 3tp
..:..:..:..:..:-:-:-:-:-:..:-:-:-..: -:-:-:..(..:..:-<..:..:-: particularly in Italy, where he was 1917 until the present time. Settle:

seriously injured more than a year said that his
he began
Mrs. Sam Lang, Sr., has received newspaper I
He also saw service in France FOR SALE Pointer
ago. career with the Times -
Har-i as a printer'sdevil i I
word that her eldest son,
AA AL EDITORIAL.SSOC1ATfOAi. and Germany. Roy was Benbow in 1920. I
old Lang, Jr., will soon be home ,Jri Pup six t hs
civilian clothes. Harold returned Commissary manager for the sugar Dr. C. E. Gericke pointed out the I age man

corporation when he entered serv- need for an additional Boy Scout''
about four months ago from dutyin fine hunting stock.
Theatre. ice and we have not learned 'wheth- troop in the community and asked'I

the European er he plans to return to this former the club if it would consider the Stands twenty-one inches -
job. sponsorship of such an organization.A .I
Pfc. Raymond Christian is homeon .'
committee composed of Rev. D: C. I high. Large as most
from G Service hospital -
On The HouseBy furlough Mrs. Egress Suggs has received Hancock, Mr. Gericke and Prof.!
in :Macon, Georgia. dogs. $50.00.
word from her husband that he will i Quentin Evans was appointed to: grown

D. C. S. Raymond was stationed in the be home right away, for another forty study the need and report back to Clewiston Fish Co. .

Hawaiian islands and a few weeks '-five day leave and will then be the club at its next meeting.It 1 ,

ago while flying over Guam in a for- sent to. Camp Blanding for' dis- was also decided that 'a num- Clewiston, ,Fla. 1 Itp
I mation of B-25s had to bail out i
Tuesday afternoon we had the charge. ber of returned service men shouldbe
when the plane in which he was riding -
pleasure of making an excursion I *'' kIn guests of the club at its next
with another plane
through the new starch plant and a most interesting letter dated I meeting in November.A NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF
the formation. Out of the fourteenmen ELECTION OFFICERS TO HOLD
watching a test run of some of the in the .crews only three men I October 16th, Cpl. Owen Winn wrote. delicious spaghetti supper was BIENNIAL 'JjCHOOL DISTRICT
cannot claim to be 'to Mrs. F. Deane Duff about their EI CTIONS.
machinery. I II
urvived. One of the survivors suffered served by the ladies of the church.
authority on starch manufactureand I life in Tientsin, China. Owen reports -I
an a broken, back, another lost J NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES That
know that there must be that they are living almost as
we the Board of PublIc. Instruction of
quite a number o! bugs to be worked an arm and had a leg broken while well as in state-side barracks and. Mrs. D'ownsContinued Hendry County, Florida, has appointed -
Raymond escaped with two broken the following election officers for
out yet, but it looks to us like He credits his survival to the I have Chinese boys to serve them. each of the Special Tax School Dis-
it won't be too long until those bagsof arms. The chow, Owen says, is pretty good ( from Page 1) tricts in Hendry County. Florida to
fact that he was in the radio control hold the Biennial School District Elec-
starch will be moving out tp mar- at the time of the crash, and a good'steak can be had for only Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Queriot, who tions on November 6th, 1945:
room' $500.00. Everything was much have managed the Canebrake since Special Tax Scnool District, No. 4,

ket.On the second floor a pipe was kicked thrown out open by the the impact.door and He man-was cheaper at first but the Chinese like early in the spring of the year, will I Lancaster Felda: Gilbert, Mrs. Taylor Homer, Mrs.Howard Addine, In-

leaking and Nick Mumford was everyone else learned what suckerswe continue their association with the i spectors; M. H. Perry, Clerk; Polling:

hustling'' around, looking none too aged to open his parachute with his a're, and boosted prices. Our boys Palm Beach Liquors, Inc. in another Place Special: Boy Tax Scout School Building.District No.5.
elbows since his arms were broken,
happy over this "bug" but its prob- get 2000.00 for one American dol- locale. The Queriots have earned I LaBelle Mrs. E. E. Edwards. Mrs. Nell
and landed in shallow water abouta Bush, Mrs. Rose Murray
able that that one was fixed in a lar. the good will of the patrons of the ;
mile from shore, where he was :Mrs. G. A. Hill. Clerk; PollingPlace:
short time and the inspection for Owen says that he was very sur- bar. and 'restaurant with their whole- Old Bank Building.Special ,
that picked up by a PT boat. Tax School District No. (6', F
continued. We were told hearted efforts to please. Mrs. Quer-
others Raymond feels very lucky to be prised at first because it is so much I Denaud: Bay Daniels, Mrs. Gussie-
the first grinder which receives the like home and almost every, known iot took over the kitchen, when no Crawford. Mrs: Mamie Hires, Inspectors -
here after his narrow escape and all, R M. Burchard, Clerk
when first : ; Polling-
potatoes began to gum up of people is represented. He chef could be obtained, and although -,
of us 'are glad to have him back in race Place: Duva" Garage.
tests were made but this was quickly doesn't know -as yet when he will she had never undertaken Special Tax School District No.7.
I! our midst. I Clewiston: Mrs. Louise Hare, :Mrs. G.
corrected by installing a pump be coming home but'all of us hope the preparation of meals on such a B. Rackstraw, Judson Francis, Inspec-

which forced a stream of water I I that it will 'be soon. large' scale, she has served well pre- tors; Mrs. Ruth Beardsley, Clerk; Polling -

a nrrninof a1U'" 4ViQ LUC, mass' and kept the-- I Llovd Kelly. received his honorable pared and eye pleasing meals to an I Place: City Hall Building.
We' were most interested in a COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC
blades clean. As this :was correctedso discharge in San Diego Thursdayof Tientsin appreciative public. INSTRUCTION OF HENDRY
other phases of the operation will last week. Lloyd has been in newspaper published COUNTY, FLORIDA.By .
; China, enclosed in the letter, which E. M. CORNETTE,
be corrected when difficulties occur. service for about' three years and CARD OP THANKSWe : Chairman.
sells for $30.00 per copy. It is a four '
Such is the case in any new plant. nine months. A great deal of this (SEAL)
page newspaper and the same size as ATTEST:
e We are told that the sweet pota- time has been spent at sea aboarda wish to express our sincehe ap- C E. WEAVER, '
We noticed
the Clewiston News. an
toes contain around sixty per cent mine sweeper as a lieutenant in preciation for the sympathy extended County Superintendent of Public
advertisment of "jai alai" gameson Instruction, Ex-officio Secretary
starch but that all of this"cannot be the Navy. Lloyd. now is in Kansas the inside to us in the recent loss of our of the. Board.

taken. Even forty percent of the City with his wife and Mir and Mrs. page.LEROYHARE father, E. L. Alston I 124lt.

tonnage of potatoes will mean a E. E. Kelly are expecting them

whale of a lot of starch from the here for a visit, probably' this week .GETS .. .

thirty or more cars of yams which end. DISCHARGE FRIDAY l;; .__,"_:t- :_:': i\ :! .. :"'.

will go through the plant daily., Robert Kelly, CSK 1/c, is in San BREAKFAST LUNCHEO DINNER

We picked up a handful of the po- Francisco just a few points away DREW FIELD, Tampa, Fla., Oct.
7 TO 10 A. M. 12 TO 2 P. M. 6 TO 8 P. M.
tato pulp beside one of the driers, from discharge. The Navy is reduc- 20 Technical: Sergeant LeRoy

little pellets which resembled small ing points on November 1st by three Hare, 23 year old Gunner from .Y

pebbles. But a man at the machine but it won't help, Robert for his Clewiston, Fla. was released from (.

said that the finished pulp would rating is such that the points neces- service with the Army Air Forces "

not look that way-would be shreded sary for discharge will not be re today at the Drew Field Separation For A Relaxing Meal-Dine In A

' and flaky. duced. However, at the most, Rob- Station.

Over in the sacking room we look- ert should be back in Clewiston T/Sgt. Hare is the son of Mrs. Pleasant Atmosphere : '

ed over the battery of sacking ma- around the first .of the rear since Maude Hare of Clewiston Prior to

chines, six if we remember correctly, he has been in the Navy since before
entering the service he was employed
You'll Find Good Food and Gracious
each which will sack six sacks I
of Pearl Harbor.
I by the U. S. Sugar Corp. in Clew- Service at TheCLEWISTON
per minute or 3600 pounds of starch '* iston.

minute if all are run-
and pulp a
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Bellamy In April 1944, he went overseas

ning. The man in charge demon- received a letter recently from their with the 447th Bomb Grp. wherehe [ INN
strated of the machines which,
; one son, T/5 Alfred E. Bellamy, saying served in the E. T. O. until his
, he said just like those used in
are he would land in the USA on Octo- return to the United States in .r.! w' '''
! the big flour mills. .,. : "....
t ,.
I ber 26th after thirty nine months Sept. 1944. He holds the Air Medal -p.< ;".
floor of the starch house is .
One !
I in the Army and out of all that time with three clusters, and the D. F. C. > "" __,-J":
devoted alniost'entirely to a battery I
I he has been overseas for thirtyfourmonths ,' : '
of flat machines on which a wet Meet Your Friends In Our "
without a furlough. He DAN BEARDSLEY IS
'was agitated.
grayish mass being
went into, North Africa and then RELEASED FROM SERVICE
Resting a hand on one of these for
into Italy. Following the surrenderof
i a moment we thought we had suddenly COCKTAIL LOUNGEOpen
.Germany he was sent to Petangusin Fla. Oct.
i been seized with an attack of DREW FIELD, Tampa, ,
the Philippines, to Lenery and 17 Second Lieutenant Daniel W.
DTs and were told that they were
vibrating' screens which first separate Manila. He is very anxious to get Beardsley, 23 year old soldier from 11 A. M. To 2 P. 11.4 P. M. To 12 P. M

the starch from the potato back: to Clewiston and to once more I Clewiston, Fla., was released from i

see his family. the services of the Army Air Forces
pulp. The starch runs off in the I I
When he entered service he had '
milky fluid for processing down- today at the Drew Field Separation
stairs. 'been employed by the United States Station.Lt. BUFFET DINNER SUNDAY SIGHTS

Sugar Corp. as a machinist for Beardsley is the son of Mr. 0 TO 7:30
Just now it is probable that the
eight years. He has sent home his and Mrs. James E Beardsley of Box
company won't welcome too many good conduct medal, his battle stars W 't Z '_.--..-
6367, Clewiston. Prior to enteringthe
visitors at the plant but it won't be '\.
and ribbons and has promised the service he was enrolled as a stu-
too long until you'll get to
go family to tell them all about them .... ............ .. .. ............ .... .. .......... .......... ..
through this big, modern plant and :.:-:.:-:-:-: : -: : : : : : :-: :-:-: :-:-: : : : : : :-:-:-:-: : :-: :-: : : : : :-: : : : : :-:-:
\ when he gets home. He is the
witness the operation of starchmaking. entered the service in June,
brother of Mrs. R. J. DeVane of 1944. ,
But don't anticipate as pleas-
Cle iston. who is also looking for-
ant an odor as you find in the sugar
house. ward to his return. GIRL SCOUTS MEET .

..,. ..,. ..,.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON Coming Soon

SEVERAL FROM: CLEXVISTOX We have been told that Joe Hall I

ATTEND PRESBYTERIAL arrived home Tuesday but don't Troop 3 of the Girl Scouts met I

know 'for certain that he is back on for a weiner roast Thursday after- .....

The District Presbyterial meetingat Civvy Street but since he came here noon at the Community Center. Inclement -
Lake Worth Baptist Church from Camp Blanding it would seem weather caused the changeof

, Thursday, October 25th, used the that is the case. Welcome home, plans from an outdoor excursion. The 1 New

theme "Upon the Highway of the Joe. Plans were discussed for assistingat

Prince of Peace." The meeting was the Halloween Carnival next

Robinson! Mrs. Fred Morrison has at last Wednesday. The week of October

I heard from her husband who is with 28th through November 3rd being

; ner of Lake Worth greeted the many the SeaBees on Okinawa: Maxine Girl Scout week, the members pres-

'i ,visitors. Mrs. William R. Major hadn't heard from him since the typhoon ent agreed to wear their uniformsas 1946 Chevrolet

spoke to the gathering of the work hit there and her anxiety was often as possible next week. The

;, of the Women's Association thruout relieved by the letter that told her food was cooked by Dr. J. W. EzelleI

, the state. Round table discussions he was injured slightly but nothing .and Gene Powers. .

were conducted during the afternoon serious enough to slow him up if Others attending were Mrs. J. W.

by Mrs. Charles Vogler and they ever get around to sending him Ezelle and Jennings, Mrs. Gene

Mrs* John Oxer. A chicken dinner home. Powers and' Timer and John, Mrs. A.

was served at the church. A. Munroe and Mrs.; Campbell E. '

I Attending from the' Clewiston BMl/c Martin Louis Oliver of Nail. WASHING and GREASING AAA REPRESENTATIVES, -

; Community Church were Mrs. G. H. Clewiston is serving aboard the USS Members of the troop present
Brown, president of the local Wo- George Clymer which was in a task were Eleanore and Joyce Tanner

men's Association, Mrs. J. P. Barta, force which was topside in watching Nancy Power, Patricia Ann Meredith CHRISTIAN CHEVROLET

Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. C). W. landing craft' put occupation troops Emma Jane Ezelle, Helen Es-

i Fuller, Mrs. C. M Jarvis, Mrs. D. E. ashore at Wakayama, Honshu, Jap- penlaub, Betty Lou Davidson, Elissa CLEWISTON, FLORIDA

Austin, Mrs. Charles H. Foy and an, on September 25. These troops Mueller, Sue Holland, Sally McCarthy PHONE 87

Rev. David C. Hancock. occupied the inland cities of Kobe and Beverly Stark. X"W:0.)0: :.
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PAn'l1'. ........ .'I1'n1...&...._,.

.. ,. \ .. Evelyn Norris and Chief Barbee of II i Births Announced esting discussion of- the subject, Dr.
Wylie answered questions
1'C I from the
) West Palm Beach spent the week j ,
j audience and when asked about the
end here as the house guests of Mr. and, l\ rs. E. B. Turner became

; PERSONAL SOCIETY Mr. and Mrs. C. L. cLendon.Mr. I I'the parents of a daughter born on} detrimental the view effects that of this DDT much, he pub-expressed

22nd and weighing six
f licized insect killer will not prove?
and Mrs. T. L. Driggers and pounds and one ounce. i i nearly as dangerous
to beneficial Insects -
--- '.. Ann visited Mr.' and Mrs. R. L. Wat-
.'. I and humans as some articles
(o M-':" :":-< "XMe-<..:..:.. :..:..: ..:..:..:(.. :":" :": :": :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.): :" -M:":") son in West Palm Beach Friday Mr. and Mrs. M., J. Waters an- on this subject; suggest. ''
tf;', ,' A. P. Wynn and James Wynn Rev. R. R. Holland visited his afternoon and attended the foot nounce the birth of a daughter, Vir-! Mrs. Leah Spicer suggested the
: ball 'game between Clewiston, and I i i gmia Kay, born October, 22nd who
' in Naval
,;; were in Venice Saturday. nephew the Hospital'at, planting of larkspur between now
: West Palm Beach that night. ,: weighed seven pounds and four
Fort Pierce Friday. and early December and offered to
I F-' :. : Mrs. Frank Porter has been l I I ounces.. / i i give a number of kinds of trees

i'" spending this week in Miami. :Mrs. A. W. Lawrence and daughter Pfc. Melvin Torbert, who has \ _. {i away to those who would call on ,
been stationed at Military, New Mr. and Mrs A. Sunday afternoon.
H. Hand have
---- Ardis; were in West Palm J a
'r. Stanley Jordan was in West Palm Beach Saturday. York, is home on a twenty-one day I son born on October 24th and weigh- I Mrs C. M. Pirkle presided at the

/: Beach Saturday ,on business. leave. Melvin had an attack of I! ing eight pounds and fifteen ounces.!' meeting. Mrs. Frank M. Mooney was
-- pneumonia and was sent home on I I Isick I -- I
William Liversedge and Roscoe I welcomed as a new member. Men-
, j" Joe Scott of Jacksonville was here Brinton, Jr. ,of Miami visited friends leave. i I I I "INSECTS" IS TOPIC OF tion was made or the presentationby

,;:- ;.,' .,, this week on business. here Tuesday and Wednesday. I'! GARDEN CLUB TALKDr. the' Club of an album of record-

,'" -- Richard Pape, S 2/c, arrived this II ings to Mrs W. L. Lott, who will
". .t. G. B. Clinch of Tampa transact' week to spend a leave here with his be
! Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Ingram returned ., W. D. Wylie spoke to the Gar- soon leaving for Raleigh, North
: =< ed business here'this' week. parents, Mr .and Mrs. M. L. Pape. Carolina.
Thursday from: several days dent Club at the meeting Thursday
Ty Richard has been stationed
visit with relatives in Lakeland.Mrs. near I j afternoon at the Community Center The hostesses, Mrs. Spicer; MrsE. '.'
::. R. T. Remler of West Palm Beach New York City and will, report from i "
L j Ion the "Insects. .' E. Kelly
subject of He Mrs. W. D. Wylie, Mrs.
x was a business visitor here this here to Miami. !
:" .: week. W. O. Rigby and Mrs. L. B. i I I spoke of the beneficial and the,I Joseph Robbins and Mrs. H. R. Hall

Hamilton were visitors in Pahokee I' harmful species of insects and said served cokes and cookies to the following -
Earl Morrison, of the Personnel I'II that there are 600,000 named vari
::, : Mr. and Mrs. Roy Slade were the Monday. Department of the United States members ana guests: Mrs.
I eties and double that number_ of unnamed -
., ..:'.. week end guests'of Mr. and, Mrs. Sugar Corp., returned Saturday: sorts. He called attention to Charles Bolton, Mrs J. W. Doty,.

::.,-':, C. H. Berner. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Nail, Sr., are from Birmingham, Ala., where he I the 'fact that all insects are merely I Mrs. F. Dean Duff, Mrs. O. A.
I : visiting relatives in Brantley, Alabama -
,t: 1 had spent the previous week on bus- "out for a living" and not out to I Jones, Mrs. U. T Koch, Mrs. N. V.
:J Cecil V. Parkinson has returned .
Ij I J cause misery or hardships, even to S. Mumford, Mrs. R. C.
t Nowling1.
:;k' from St. Louis, where he spent last _
the pesky mosquito. The annoyance
:! {: week on business. II Mrs W. C. Owen, Mrs. Pirkle, Mrs.G. .
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Etherton and I Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Chadwick they cause us is not intentional and :

/ Glenda Sue visited relatives in and family' accompanied Mrs. Flora I simply in line with their normal way N. Pitzen, ,Mrs. G. B. Rackstrawj

' !'' : Mrs. Sam Lang, Sr., and Charles Moore Haven Monday Deans here last 'week 'from Tampa. of living. Following the very inter j I and Mrs. V. P. Reames.
I {.:: Trenary were, Saturday visitors In Mrs. Deans is the mother of Mrs. W. i '
; '.' '
: : West Palm Beach. J. B. Schroeder spent Tuesdayand H. Lanier and expects to visit here J'
'r/. I
l Wednesday in Tampa on business : until after the Christmas holidays.Ed .
. ':'; '< Mrs.. Ruth B. Owens spent this j

:r< week attending the fashion show in Warner, USN, visited his sis- BEARS t

;{;: Tampa. jt:-. ter and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. t IiII
' Mrs. Frank Cox and :Mr. and Mrs.R. ,
//t:. ? I' -. Blount H. C. Post, here for several days. He
J. visitorsin
; 3/ Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Wethington Arcadia. were had not seen his sister in approximately -S

' > are planning to spend Saturday In I Ito
,:'., ....' I ten years and was enroute
C:" Fort Myers. California to report for further
:: r,. Pvt. Sherwood Hall left Monday
'!i. -- I duty when he visited here.
:: ,
afternoon on the train for Selma'nField.
: c W. N. Martin spent the firstF'
Monroe, Louisiana. '
f+<: three days of the week in Tampa attending Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wheeler, for-

the'' new fashion showing. merly of West Palm Beach, have
t, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs and
--- moved to Clewiston. Mr. Wheeler,

f'(:' Miss Ogie Arnette and Miss Mar- Mr. Roby retumed Wednesday froma who has only recently been dis- 1

i": gy Snell spent the week end in West visit with relatives in Sarasota. charged from the Marine Corps, will

Palm Beach visiting friends. be associated with the new starch
: >: Mrs Charles Bolton Mrs. H. R. factory. Mrs. Wheeler is a cousin

k t : Mr., and Mrs. Lou Place, Mrs. Billie Hall and Mrs. Joe M. Hall were I of Mrs. C. L. McLendon.

f :/" Crow, and Billie Sue, of Miami, shopping in West Palm Beach Friday I === j
: .
_spent the week end here. I 1000 First Street Fort Myers, Florida I
1r' '.. -- rMr Mrs Foster Crampton left Monday -
"' and Mrs. C. E. Holland and for New York City to join her
: : Mrs. T. L. Driggers spent Wednesday BUY FROM THE CATALOG
family of Miami were the week end husband, who has just been dis-
:,. in Fort Myers visiting her
:::, brother, James C. Gill, SC 1/C. guests of Rev. and Mrs. R. R. Holland charged from the Army after more Over 100,000 Additional Items
than six years service. Until his release -

; Mrs. Dorothy-Gill and Mary Sue Mr. Crampton was a S/Sgt. I Use Our Easy _Payment Plan J I '
,r Miss Carmen Roland has returned and had been on duty most recentlyin
visited relatives in Wauchula
over to Clewiston, after a stay of several New Guinea. He arrived in the
the week, end.,
; months in We's.t Palm Beach, states several weeks, ago and has
r" where she was employed. been in Texas awaiting honorable
Miss Alice Savage returned Tues discharge. Mrs. Crampton was ac-

day from a business trip of several DIr and Mrs. I. S. Bell, Sr., and I companied to West Palm Beach by

days duration in Jacksonville. Mrs Christine Wolff 'have returned her parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. T. Due to the shortage of food and helpwe

from, a two weeks visit in North Koch. f

Florida and Georgia. -- ---
r" have been closing Sundays. Be-
Yes, I'm doing fine in my prac-

Rev and Mrs. W. H. Magee have tice," said the young lawyer who

s y7 returned from five days spent at had recently put out his shingle. ginning Sunday, October 21, 1945, we

Pleasant Grove Camp Grounds at "Today I had one $5 case. and two

.. art. Durant Florida. small ones." will be open seven days a week from 6 1 1a


. Matinee 3:30 1>.111. Xite 7-9 p.m. Mrs. J. M.. Rudd of LaBelle returned ..m. to 12 p, m. .
home Wednesday after a
, Sat. & Sun. Mattinec, 3:00 p. m. '' FEASTER LILY BULIIS I ',
three 'day visit in Clewiston withfrIends. w
, :: continuous. 4 to C inch $1.00 per dozen deliver -

---- --- ed. Smaller bulbs, 50c per dozen.

v"' > Week Beginning October 28 Mr. and Mrs. L; H. Nash and son, Larger quantities less. TRY OUR

'I ._ Jeffrey who are visiting Dr. and MUS.:: I.,
ri;.;,, Sun. & Mon. Oct. 28 & 29"CAPT. Mrs. I. O. Bishop in Fort Pierce fora FROG LEGS, FRIED CHICKEN, FRESH

,; few weeks, were here Monday.


With George Roedler left Thursday Rose Orders TakenCall

P .. Randolph Scott Chas. Laughton morning for his home in New York / F

h.f Extra Special after spending more than a year 1 In between 8 i
: Clewiston. He is associated with a. m.:
"The Fleet, That Came to Stay"
Kerby Saunders Co. and 6 p. m. CAFE

;4.,1 Tues. & Wed., Oct. 30 & 31 Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling and Mrs. P. S. '
Martha Jean ,spent Sunday in Fort

Myers with Mrs. Nowling's parents, Phone 7R c cit

t v Mr. and Mrs. L. A.' O'Steen. I

._________________ J
Mrs. R. M. Hare, Sr., and her ;;; ;; ; ; ; "" ""'"1I11II1I1I I <; t I
HlM foiamovnt Pretanlt / liI @IIillIlIIlI'j-illllllllll1lll' IIllIIJI"@IIIIIIIIIIn"IIIIIIl! : llIlIr1, llilIIIIIIII r I "" "" t II I I
( daughter, Sgt. 'Evelyn Hare -- :
spending the week end at the Dia-
" t MADELEINE i ; 1@11I1I1I11I11I11
' CARROLL mond W Ranch at Fort Myers.
Cecil B. '" '- -- '-, I
y -
; DeMille'sWORTN'EST -- -
;; --- : :' ',';;" !

f-' iL Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. M. V. S. Announcement. .: ';?'r* ,"' '-- .' -: !
? Mumford, Mrs. H, A. Bestor and .,1, '-'"\' :".': ;tV-:I II

MOUNTED POll" Mrs E. M. Blake were visitors In I I {
West ''Palm Beach !
I IrnT I n,' Q/Qr Paulette nU1 Preston I -- We are pleased to announce that effective November first Mrs. C. L. II
; FOSTER Miss Ruth Connelly left Saturday' Downs will assume management of the Canebrake Restaurant and Bar ,

r" Cartoons for Rochelle, Georgia where she

.: went to join her fiancee who has I The kitchen will be closed temporarily for minor repairs and altera- Pi
just returned from overseas duty.
fr,. Thurs. & Friday, Nov 1 & 2 tions. The Bar will continue to operate.

Dennis fleets Mrs. F. E. Chalker
7: ,i. / arrived in
.:., Constance Moor Clewiston Friday after a long ab-
,> sence. She came here from South I BAR HOURS I
: Gate, California where she has 'L-
Week '
spent the past. five months., Days -
11:00 A. M. to 12:00PM

,. Mrs. A. P. Wynn; Mrs. H. A. Sunday i '
1 Land,' Mrs. R.' E. Waldron Mrs W. I 4:00 'P. M. to 12:00 P., M. !
vie y rT c. Bishop and Mrs. Morris Waldion -I .
+ P --I. "a t.rs"':xzzvsrx, nnira I II ,
shopped in West Palm Beach'Monday. I

? a i I Mrs. Downs extends a cordial welcome to her many friends' to visit ,_

, J News U. S. Fleet At Home t Capt. Gene Wesley Jackson left II the Canebrake to enjoy the finest in food and refreshments.HTheCANEBRAKE'. I
I last week for Ft. Bragg, where he I II

Saturday, Nov. 3 reported for re-assignment. Mrs. I

"EVE KNEW TIER APPLES' Jackson, accompanied by her fath-
er-in-law, H. L. Cochrane, left for I
I Cartoon...-Zorro No. 12 Columbia, South Carolina, where
she will be joined by her husband ,
: : _. iF; when he is leave 00
-- on shortly. II

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Minutes of County tingency and 'emergency appropriation the balance due in preparing the tion 070C; now therefore, be it' gress of the Department's' plans relative -. '

within the road and bridge 1945 tax roll less retainage in the RESOLVED, that- said County- ,'I to the Devils Garden road. .\
fund. All of said transfers to be madeas sum of $578.80 be paid. Motion through its Board of County Com- Motion by Waldron Seconded by'

(Continued from Page 3) of September 30th 1945. carried. A resolution by the State missioners, comply with the request'] Evers that the Board Adjourn._ Motion y

Minutes ResolutionWHEREAS Road Department was submitted by of said Department and procure, carried.

Minutes of October 2, 1945 upon a statement Mr. Charley Doll, Right of Way conveyor vest in said State the free, i J. O. DAVIDSON, Ch rlman. ;.
rendered by the Clerk of this Boardit Agent for the Department as follows clear and unencumbered title to all William '
Commis- Hull
The Board of County Clerk. ;
Florida appears that some of the appro- : lands necessary for said part of Sec- .y
sioners of Hendry County
October 2, priations for the fiscal year 1944-45 STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT tion 0706, and deliver to the State I ;
convened 1945 at the on Courthouse Tuesday, in LaBelle will be exceeded in small amounts If RIGHT OF WAY RESOLUTION.On Road Department said lands physi- November 2nd Is 25th ..';
members all the bills are paid, while others ..notion of 'Mr. Campbell, sec- cally clear of all occupants, tenants, "
the following : '
Florida ,
Birthday of R egular i"
Chairman J. 0.' Davidson, will carry over small balances, and onded by Mr. Fultz, the following buildings and/or other structures
R. B. Waldron, A. J. Evers and Asa WHEREAS, it is desirous and to resolution was adopted: situate upon or encroaching within Radio Broadcasting ,1By "

Townsend together with H. A. the best interest of the County that WHEREAS, at its meeting in the limits of lands required for said ,1\\

Rider, attorney, and William T. Hull, all bills as far as possible be paid Tallahassee, Florida, on November part of Section 0706, and that the '
during the present fiscal year, 20, 1944, the State Road Depart- Chairman and the ,,Clerk of this Susan Thayer f tI "
I Clerk. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVEDby Board be and Well do I remember the first time?
The Collector submitted the error ment erroneously adopted a Rigntof they are hereby authorized -
1944 the Board of County Commissioners Way ,Resolution authorizing and directed to execute heard the word "radio." It was a '
and insolvency list for the year
motion Evers secondedby of Hendry County, in regular Hendry County to acquire the rightof and deliver, on behalf of said Coun- crazy thing the bey across the street
and by
Townsend upon called and carried the session assembled on this 2nd day way for a portion of Section 0706on ty to said Department, the contractin I had. You put on ear phones. Then

and insolvencies for of October, 1945, that the following State Road 164 between State the form hereto attached; and you groped with a kind of needle on

list of errors 1944 approved. unexpended balances be transferredas Road No. 25 and the. Glades County be It further i i something that looked like a chunkof
the was
year '
of September 30, 1945. Line that said quartz. Suddenly, when you
Motion by Evers seconded by in resolution RESOLVED that the Attorney for
Townsend that the warrants be dat- GENERAL REVENUE FUND should have referred to State Road this Board be, and he is hereby authorized touched the right spot, miracle of.

ed as of September 30th, 1945 in From 211, Salaries and Mileage, 621 instead of State Road 164, and and directed to proceed to I miracles, came music to your unbe-
lieving !
order to wind up the fiscal affairsof County Commissioners, $311.20; WHEREAS, the purpose of this take the necessary steps for the I ears
the 1944-5 budget year. Motion 219, County Attorney and Sheriff, resolution is to correct said error County to acquire in the name of What was happening then has be-

carried. $56:80; 221, Clerk of Circuit Court, by adopting a new resolution correctly said County, by donation, purchaseor come history now. In his garage in
$36.00; 261Elections and Supervisor referring to the proper road condemnation Pittsburgh, Dr. Frank Conrad, a
Motion by Waldron seconded by ,said rights of way
Evers that anyone needing stationery of Registration, $117.43; 264, Expenses number and authorizing said countyto and easements for said part of Sec- Westinghouse engineer had set up

and office supplies make appli- of Delinquent Lands, $63.85; acquire the rights of ''way for tion 0706, and to prepare in the the first amateur broadcasting studio -

cation to the clerk. Motion carried. 263, Advertising Delinquent Lands" same. andWHEREAS name of said County by its County and was playing phonograph rec-
Motion by Waldron seconded by $54.75; 341, Maintenance of Jail, Pursuant to due authorization Commissioners a 11 condemnation ords to convince 'the skeptics music

Townsend that Bennett Crawford be $31.29 ; 361, Coroners Inquest, $68.- the, State Highway En- papers affidavits and pleadings, could be heard by radio.

instructed to secure lumber and fixa 11; 562, Insanity Inquest, $90.45; gineer has had a section of State and prosecute all condemnation Then a department store had an

small box to put tools in in the 699, Contingencies and Emergencies, Road No. 621,. in Hendry County proceedings to judgment; and said hear idea, these and advertised radio sets to-

garage, Motion carried., A letter was $9,056.12; total to' be transferred located and surveyed and has des- Attorney is further authorized to novel programs and this

read from Mr. L. E. Thompson la $9,886.00. ignated the same as Section 0706, have prepared at said County's expense -lIed the Westinghouse to glimpse the

regard to a bridge near Clewiston TO THE FOLLOWING APPRO- and has prepared a map of location and furnish to the Depart- possibilities open station KDKA
That was the beginning, and this
I on
and it was decided to refer this to PRIATIONS: 224, Tax Assessors and survey of that portion of said ment, the abstract search providedfor November
2nd we observe the 25th
Commissioner Miner upon his ar Commission, $679.03; 225, Tax Col- Section between State Road No. 25 in said contract.
anniversary of the first
rival. A petition was filed by Mrs. lectors Commission, $139.90; 262, i and Glades County Line; Motion by Evers Seconded by scheduled broadcast.. regularly

Mabel R. Hay, Clewiston, Florida, Legal Advertising, $91.83; 269, Ad-! NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RE- Miner that the Board Recess. Mo- I
We're blase about
radio .
now. Butaren't
to redeem the SE;4 of the SEM, of ministration Supplies and Expense, I SOLVED by the State Road Depart- tion carried.
there some, like who
remember -
the SE% Section 12 TP.43R.33, said $311.90; 563, General Welfare, ment, that it hereby approves the Third Session the
quickening heartbeats:
land having been foreclosed by the $686.62; 581, Salary County Agent, location and survey of said portionof
The Board of County Commissioners as, through a home-made crystal set,
County under Final Decree dated $250.00; 241, Maintenance: of Court- said Section and directs that a
I of Hendry County, Florida, re- the silent ,air suddenly spoke!
February 23, 1945 and it was found house, $7,726.72 Total $9,886.00 copy of said map of such location
Belle, Florida, on Saturday Octo- --
_ that Mabel R. Hay was the fee sim- FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND: and survey certified to by the Secre- ,

ple owner of said lands and all mun- From 321, Clerk of Circuit Court, tary and the Chairman of the :department convened at the Courthouse in La- Army ,Recruiting
ber 13, 1945 with the
icipal taxes had been paid and duel $155.05; 3281, Witness Fees, $173- be filed in the office of To
I members present' J. O. Davidson Office Have Branch '
to an oversight a certificate was issued .90; 329. Other Court Costs, I the Clerk of the Circuit Court of ,

for county taxes and the following .25; 699, Contingencies and $257-1! said County; [Waldron Chairman together, A. J. with Evers H.and A. Rider R. B., In ClewistonThe __ t.

motion was made: Motion by gencies, $4,897.88. Total. $ BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED' f.
: and William Hull Clerk.
Evers seconded by Waldron that Mrs. TO THE FOLLOWING APPRO-1: I that it is the judgment of the De- ,
Mabel R. Hay be allowed to redeemthe PRIATIONS: 323, County Judges I) partment that the construction of Motion by Evers seconded by Wal Army has opened a permanent

above land in compliance with Cost, $606.19 ; 324, Justice of the said portion of said Section is nec- dron that the following amended recruiting office in :Fort Myers and

Chapter 22870 Acts of 1945 in the Peace Cost, $70.79325; Sheriffs essary, practical and to the best ,in- resolution ried., be adopted. Motion car- has announced that Army officers

of $9.15 the amount foundto Cost and Fees $3,381.40 3282, and non-commissioned officers will
payment ; terest of the State, and that it be due by the Clerk and that a Jurors Fees, $33.20; 362, Feeding necessary that the right of way for RESOLUTION AMENDING A be at the postoffice in Clewiston

deed be issued, Motion carried. Mo- County Prisoners. $1,392.50. Total, the roadbed, ditches and borrow RESOLUTION ADOPTED BY THE every Thursday.As .

tion by Evers seconded by Town- $5,484.08. pits ,for said portion of said Sectionbe BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS a special inducement to vet-

send that the following resolution be ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND: I acquired; OF HENDRY COUNTY, erans it has been decided that any

adopted Motion carried. From: 413, Bridge Tender, $5.15; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDby i FLORIDA, ON MAY 11, 1945. veteran who has beendischarged' any

Resolution 429, Rent' of Equipment, $397.55; I the Department that said Countybe WHEREAS, the Board of CountyCommissioners time since, May 12, 1945, may reenlist > ,

Upon motion duly made.seconded 472, Road Machinery, $2,000.00; I and it is hereby authorized and of Hendry County, | at the grade he held upon dis-

and unanimously passed at the 494, Payment to Cities, $900.00; I requested, at its own expense, In Florida, did on May 11, 1945, adopta charge. This offer will be in effect

County Commissioners' Meeting of 699, Contingencies and Emergencies, its name, by its Commissioners, to Resolution providing for the ex- until November 20. Also there is a

October 2, 1945,_ .the following res- ,$11,493.81. Total $14,796.51.TO secure by giftpurchase or condem- penditure of a balance of money in re-enlistment' bonus of:,$50 for each
olution THE FOLLOWING APPROPRIATIONS the 80 cent year of service already completedwith
was adopted: nation, the lands necessary for the per Second Gasoline
'WHEREAS, under section 16 of I : 415, Labor, $6,659.75; right of way for the roadbed for Tax Fund remaining to the credit the maximum payment being
Article IX of the Constitution of this 422, Maintenance of Equipment, $2- said portion of said Section, together of Hendry County, Florida, and $200.

State, provision is made for the 216.87; 423, Gasoline and Oil, $601.26 with any and all easements for WHEREAS, the said Resolution Also it is no longer necessary to-

State Board of Administration of the : 424 Supplies and Incidentals, (I 'drainage_. _. _. :itches and borrow pits: I provided for the surfacing and put- enlist for a three year period, a
choice of 18-month
State of Florida, for use on roads and ( $911.37; 432, Bridge Material, $4- that may hereafter be found and ting in conditic for use only the being* given an
two oithree enlistment.
bridges therein, twenty percent 407.26. Total $14,796.51.Said :year year
determined necessary in the con- Devils Garden Road in Hendry (.
allowances will be paid the
(20 %) of such surplus and remitto transfer to be made subject struction and maintenance of said County, andWHEREAS Family
dependents for at least the full termof
the State Road Department of. to. the approval of the State Comp- portion of said Section, and to convey -
that since the adop- the enlistment and the GI Bill of
Florida, for the construction or reconstruction troller and in compliance with Chapter the same to the State of Florida tion of said mentioned Resolution Rights has been extended to coven
of State Roads and 16286, Section 2, Acts of 1933. I free of incumbrauce and
; there has arisen
an urgent neces- the individual's first period of enlistment -
bridges within the respective counties -I Motion by Tovnsend seconded by BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED for
sity the
construction and repair re-enlistment.
or for the lease or purchase of !i I Davidson that Commissioners Wal-I that in the event the County agreesto of the abutment span and fen- Further or information can be gotten
bridges connecting State highways i dron and Evers and any other Com- the
secure right of for the
'way der protection of the Fort Denaud from the recruiting officers at the
within the same, eighty percent missioners that were able to go be roadbed, ditches and borrow' pits
I bridge which the Caloosahatchee -
I spans postoffice on days designated .or
(80 % ) of such surplus after the appointed as a committee to call on for said portion of said Section, that
River in Hendry County; said by writing the Army Recruiting Of-
necessary sinking fund requirements the District Engineer ,at Bartow of the Chairman
and the of
I necessity being due to deteriorationof :: fice, Room 218 P. 0. Building, Fort
are duly provided for under said the State Road Department and Hon. the Department are, hereby author-
I the abutment span, occasioning Myers Fla.ISmaIl .
section-: Courtney W. Campbell, Member of ized to execute for the Departmentthe danger to ''normal traffic and school I

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLV'EDJby i)the Department in regards to ,roads usual right of way contract with bus transportation and
the Board of County commission-I I in Hendry County. Motion carried. the county. I Towns Have
ers of Hendry County Dennis Small Assessor Taxes WHEREAS, Hendry County has '
the State Board of Administrationbe having advised the Board that the COUNTY OF LEON ) no available funds for the repair 'I Lots of Jobs "

I and construction___ ___ aforesaid: and _hns..
and it is ----- -- -- n
hereby requested to remit 1945 Tax Roll woulud be ready for J THIS IS TO CERTIFY that the

to the said county, for the pur- inspection by the Board on Tuesday, : above and foregoing is a true and no equipment to make said repairs... Countless jobs are open in rural

pose aforesaid, as and when the same October 9th, and the following mo- correct copy of the preamble and and construction. America, on farms, in retail stores

become available for distribution I tion was made. Motion by Townsend resolution adopted by the State THEREFORE, be it resolved by local plants and service 'establish-

during the fiscal year-ending September seconded by Waldron called and carried Road Department in meeting duly the Board of County Commissioners ments. Electricians, mechanics, car-

30, 1946, twenty percent I that the Board recess to Tues-. called and held at 'Tallahassee, on of 'Hendry County, Florida, that penters, masons, painters and gen-

(20% ) of such portion of the gas- day, October 9th.Second. the 17th day of September; A. D. the State Road Department of Flor- eral helpers of all kinds are in great

oline and other fuel tax funds as Session 1945. ida be and it is hereby respectfully demand.So .

are credited to said county and The Board of County Commissioners STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT OF requested to use the. necessary say the editors of the nation's

found to be in excess of the amounts of Hendry County, Florida, re- FLORIDABy amount of said funds as may be de- country newspapers: replying to a

necessary to meet the principal and onvened on Tuesday, October 9, 1945at F.< E. Bayliss, Chairman termined by the Department to survey of the ,job situation by The

interest payments falling due upon the Courthouse in LaBelle, Flor- J. R. McCLURE, ,Secretary: make the required repairs and con- American Press Magazine. '
bonds of 'said county and/or any ida, with the following members I (SEAL) struction of said fenders and abut- Eighty-three per cent of the edi- '\,

special road or bridge district therein present: Chairman J. O. Davidson, COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' ment span of the said Fort Denaud tors said employment in their sec-

together with an amount suffic- Charles E. Miner, R. B. Waldron, A. RESOLUTION I bridge; and it is the intention of tions should increase, and 47 percent W

ient to meet sinking fund requirements J. Evers and Asa Townsend together I On ,,, ,,,,. this Board that this Amended Resolution predict greater employmentthan
___ _u. -- motion nf fl,,"".uuu mca. "u... R. u.......
or said county and/or spec-j I with H. A. Rider, Attorney and Waldrou, seconded by Commissioner -.1! shall nof hinder the pro- before the war.Flamingo .

ial-road and bridge districts, the remaining William T. Hull, Clerk. Motion by A. J. Evers, the following resolu-

eighty percent (80 % ) of Evers seconded by Townsend that tion was adopted: m."r. _..... ,!",, ;rl"' .

such excess to be remitted to the 'R. B. Waldron be authorized to secure WHEREAS, the State Road Department -

State Road Department for the pur-. tires for the grader. Motion car- of Florida has author- I''

poses aforesaid, at the same time and ried. ized and requested Hendry Countyto Brand

in like manner, all under and pur- : Motion by Evers seconded by furnish the necessary right of

suant to provisions of said Section I Townsend that Messrs. Bennett way and easements for that part of I Ic.

16 of Article IX of the Constitu- Crawford and M. N. Taylor be instructed Section 0706, State Road No. 621, ....._ !

tion. -- to submit monthly reportsof from junction with State Road No. DAIRY FEED i

Motion by Evers seconded by their operations for the previous 25 to Glades County Line, which '
Townsend called and 'carried that month. Motion carried. has been surveyed and located by /
the excess collection in the General Motion by Ever seconded Wal-
by the State Road Department as Roughage and Concentrated Feeds
q Revenue Fund in' the sum of $8,509.62 dron that the Board express its ap- shown by map oc file in the officeof

or so much thereof as is necessary preciation to Mr Taylor for serv- the Clerk of the Circuit Court of

be transferred to the conting- ices rendered and the way he has said County, and in the office of the .Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users
ency and emergency fund within the kept up the grader and request that said Department at Tallahassee, and

General Revenue fund, that the sum he maintain the machine and work WHEREAS, the said Department

of $11,225.69 collected over and In the same way. Motion carried. will not begin construction of .said You Can't Buy A Better FeedFOR

above the amount ,budgeted in the Hon. Dennis Small," Assessor of part of Section 0706 in said County -

Fine and Forfeiture Fund or so Taxes submitted the 1945 tax roll until title to all land
much thereof I '
as is
necessary be together with two copies and the said part of Section 0706 has ,
transferred to the Contingency and same were compared by the Board I been conveyed to or vested in said MOORE HAVEN i

Emergency Fund within the fine and and the 1945 tax roll and two cop- State by said County, and said lands
forfeiture fund and that the sum of ies be approved and that the warrants -
of all occupants,
$11,350.49 collected over and above attached be copied in the min- tenants, buildings'* and/or other

the amount budgeted in the Road and I utes of the Board. Motion carried. structures situate upon or en- MOORE HAVEN, }<'LORIDAPAGE

Bridge Fund or so much as Is necessary Motion by Miner seconded by ,croaching within the limits of the I

be transferred to the con- Evers that the Assessors bill for lands required for said part of SecI I

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CLEWISTON CO)DIUNITY of the minister's sermon. Thursday, Young People's Service afterward attended the Revival'1 Room of the U. S. Department of
/ CHURCH You are cordially invited to wor- 7:30 p. m., t meeting at the Mission:: Church. State Washington, D;' C. is their
David ! / THE CHURCH OF GOD doesn't mean just learning what ployed as bookkeeper with Hendry
,,E :' : Sunday, October' 28, 1945 ASSEMBLY' OP GOD Rev. R. R. Holland, Pastor Jesus would like them doing with a''| County Motors Inc., Clewiston. The
Sunday School 9:45 a. m., Dr. C.I South ClewistonRev. missionary trend, but that Jesus i[ boys and their Counselor cordially
E. Gericke superinteadent. 'Classes I I W. H. Magee Pastor \ Sunday School-10:00 a. m. likes them to enjoy themselves; andit i i, invite all boys of the 9 thru 16 year
for all ages.Morning Sunday school, 10:00 a. m. I Preaching-11:00 a. m. ,was only several days back that I I age group to attend their meetings,
Worship 11:00 a .m. A Morning Worship, 11:00 a. m.Children's Evangelistic Service-7:30 p. m. 22 of tdhem, together with two whether they be passing through
Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30p. guests Jerry Bolton and Mr. Por town on Thursday
nursery for small children is con- Church, 6:30 p. m. I i evenings at 7:30p.
the m.ROYAL. ter's little son had 'an enjoyable trip m., or residents of Clewiston. -
ducted by the Mothers' Club at Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m.
to the beach on the east coast. Mr.:: Contributed.
and Praise Service
Community Center. Tuesday Prayer 1 t I
"Positive Goodness" is the theme 7:30 pm.. AMBASSADORS Frank 'Porter "furnished the transportation -tI i tI I Ii i

._____._.._L'___'___ VISIT HOOKER'S POINT on that Saturday after I I
mmmn nmI noon outing and Mr. Serson gave the,1 I I
I = Prior to their attendance at the I boys a treat with a "weenie" roast' ,F. Deane Duff
Clewiston First Baptist Church Mis- on the beach. REGISTERED
sion located at Hookers Point, fifteen -I Upon the invitation of the LaBelle BROKER
I boys of the "Father" Johns Baptist Church, the Clewiston R. A.
Royal Ambassador Chapter distributed boys will leave Clewiston at 6:45 Glades, Hendry and Palm Beach
: p.
County Land for More Than
I ALDERMAN and WRIGHT soul-inspiring tracts in the gen- m. on Nov.. Isjt for organizationwork 23eor8
eral vicinity of the Mission. Upon and present a program that
: completion of their first group mis- will interest the LaBelle boys in I
Furniture CompanyWE sionary project, the boys attendedthe forming their own chapter. Tenta-
revival services being conductedin tive plans call for a night parade, .I
r ARE RECEIVING NEW SHIPMENTS OF" HIGH the Mission by Rev. A. Dawson, possibly accompanied by a band; GULP LIFE INSURANCE CO. /
,; Home Missionary representing the upon their return to the church in -
QUALITY FURNITURE REGULARLY AND INVITE YOUR State Board of Baptist Missions as- that community, the Clewiston G. Nottingham, Agent
signed to the Palm Lake Associa- Chapter will present their program, Box 6527
tion. Their work for the Lord, followed following which the girls of that Clewiston . FloridaJohnson's
.I __ HAY BUILDING by the Word of God so excel- church are expected to depart to
lently given by Rev. Dawson on their meeting room and meet with
Thursday evening on October 18th the Clewiston G. A. (Girls Auxiliary)
: Place your order now for new General Electric Appliances provided many a blessing for the I Junior and Intermediate Counselors,
boys who range in age from 9 to 16 Mrs. T. L. Tannef and Mrs. W. R.
years., Preceding the chalk drawing Broadrick and form their own club.
by Rev. Dawson on "The Shepherdand Then, 'when all this is completed, re- Fish Camp I
the Lost Sheep," Mr. George F. freshments will be served. (Near Hurricane Gate) (
NIr. ..w.rw ...+ Serson, R. A. counselor, led the con- The officers of they| Clewiston Clewiston, Fla.
'gregation in prayer, followed by a First Baptist Church "Father" Boats and Motors-Guide. Service
q VINGS brier explanation of the purposes Johns Royal Ambassador Chapter Rates ReasonableW. j
9 O and work of the Royal Ambassadors.Gene consist of: Ambassador in Chief, H. Johnson, :Mgr.
O INVESTMtNTy OP YOUR Hester, together with Billy I Billy Watton; First Assistant Am-
and Thomas Spencer, Richard and bassador, Bobby Garrett; Second
David Twiddy, Wayne King, Juan Assistant Ambassador, Richard
rG_ Billingsley, Bobby Rolland, Alvin Twiddy; Recorder, Billy Broadfoot; :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-.:..:.:.

9 H f000. Q Garrett, Herman Davis, Billy Broad- Scribe, Dale Cato; Steward, Thomas y, FORt
E COAQ foot, Alfred Meador, J. V. Tanner, Spencer; Custodian, Gene Hester :
Billy Sutton and John' Perry took and Herald, Billy Watton. GeorgeF. ;
part in the missionary project and, Serson, formerly with the Code :%: AlXITE SERVICE :;:

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A X JUDSOX CIRCLE MEETS erroneously think of this 'I Kepple, QB ...........................Wright Employment in aluminum,
Navy Day Special plants
WITH MIJS. MOXTGO3IEUY: ing poor, whereas it is Scoring touchdowns: Young, Pul-' remains approximately 60 per cent
At Crystal Theatre wealthiest. He spoke len, McLeod ((2)) Sullivan. above prewar levels.
The Ann Judson Circle held the cattle raising and (he Conversions: Sullivan (2), Kepple.
first meeting of the new church as he has an interest in ,
"The Fleet That Came to Stay"is year at the homo of Mis. W. AMontgomeiy. \ ventures. Safety: Conkling New BuildingCont'nued -

: a special Navy release, showingactual I : After a devotional bMrs. Visitors at the I I

: scenes of combat which has I : W. R Bioadiick a business session R. Bitting, H. A. Victory Loan ( irocr. rage 1) ,
just been released for public showing ; was held. Th and will be an extra attraction were appointed by the, circle, chairman E. E.' Kelly, Frank E, Motors in Fort Myers, has taken a
:at the Dixie Crystal Theatre on Eun- Mrs. Montgomery : Mrs. C.; M J. Lovvorn, L. M. (Continued fiotn rage 11 similar position with the local Ford

day and Monday. I Giddens, co-chairman, Mrs. MJ A. land, C. R. Crabbe, J. I that their treatment must continue,.. repair shop. Mr. Kennon for the
TJbis is the story of the fleet that Thomas, secretary and treasurer, Umatilla and ,John in some cases for the remainder of past several years has been with
Stayed, even when the tenor of the Mrs. Broaderick, program chairman, The meeting of the I I the life of the injured. I Riddle Field.
heavens unleashed upon them
Mrs. F. L. Dunaway, community week will be on School children are being asked
by Red-sashed pilots of Japanese missions, Mis. W. J. Robison, literature 7:30 p. m. so that ',in this drive to buy bonds for the
.Kamikaze planes tumbling by the ( - - -
and children's home. may attend the :purchase' of hospital beds. When
thousands from the sky, all intent j
American j, Other members present Mrs. R and Dance on the enough bonds have been sold a
suicide and taking an
on ,i H. Crawford and Mrs. A. R. Broad nigh plaque will be: placed on" the bed
It is frenzied cli-
: with a
foot. Mis. Cornette, president of the containing the name of the school CLEWISTON
between men who
of the war
max W. M. S., Mrs. H. C .Meador and TrimConttnu contributing.A .
ought to live-and men who fought Tigers I
Wanda visitors. Refreshment
to die.One. were .m..Bou1'ne'I splendid job has been done by LOTS
of ice cream and cake were served
I Hendry County residents In all of
by the hostess. The meeting next ( <>d from
the war drives to put: them over the
Dischargee From month will be at the Br.oadfoot with the functioning of
top and Mr. Parkinson is hopeful -
home. a group. The backs
Reenlists For that there will be no slackening
County ling support by the
now that victory is" here and the
Dunaway, Young, SALES HAVE
Three-Year Term Local Airport News ton, Conkling and B. one Victory Drive is underway. INCREASED

outstanding. )VERY RAPIDLY IN THE

John Harold Ballard, recently disttliarged j I i Charles W. Miller, flight instructor 'Lineup Newsreel Shots- PAST SIX MONTHS ..
from Army service heeded and operator of the local airport, .

the call ,for reenlistments, and has' reported this week that his two girl Conkling, LE .J j I I (Continued from page 11

gone ,back into service for three students, Miss Frances Morgan and Martinez, LT ........:...:. ] i i the Pacific following the completion ..
February Miss Louise Delaney, are doing nicely
: Inducted
years. He was on with their flying. B. Toulis, LG ......;..:...... of his training at Notre Dame University
13, 1942 and was discharged :
''last week. He formerly worked for i I I Pvt. Sheiwooi Hall, who was Bol ton, C .......-.'....,.......... I I the same where time he as was Ens.in W.training C. Owen at, DO NOT LET THE ONE

the United :State Sugar Corporation. ,home recently on a furlough enrouteto A. Toulis, RG .....: ... ...... I I Jr., of Clewiston He arrived back YOU WANT GO TO

iiere. i I Selman Field, Monroe, Louisiana, Dunaway, RT ..;.<.. ..... I I in the states Wednesday of this

'More than forty dischargees Jhave f put in an hour's time ,in the air Young (Capt.) RE ....... week and talked to his father that

reported to the Selective Service while he was here and said "It is" Trice, LH ................. .. I I night, by telephone.IS SOMEONE ELSE'I'

Board here since :September 26 as next to heaven to be flying again. McLeod, RH ......... ... I i

,follows: Russell Dom r, Wilbur I George (Ace) Beck is progressing Sullivan, FB ................... YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? -
Goff, Mark George (col.) William i with his instructions while (Early I
Sullen Candy I Bird) Bill Johnson gets in his short
"Dorsey (col.), Clyde Price Trend Is
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j regularly.
Doll Floyd (col.), Oliver Martinez,! flight every morning
James K. Weaver, I Johnson has over 200 hours now Mr'j
Charles Lawson, I DUCK Hunting SEASON Upward-better
his ciedit."The
;Robert Archer, Glen Harris, Rich
:ard Hooks, Roy T. Harris, John I number of visitors is increasing BUY NOWCIEWISTON
:"Rod well (col.), William Hooks, steadily and Mr. ,Miller says that Opens November 2

Lloyd Dotson, Alto Graves (col.) they seem to appreciate being able
'Odell Curry, Mosie Doke, Henry to land at the airport here before SEE US FOR BOATS, MOTORS --

Roberts, Fleming Pittman (col.), starting out over the 'Glades. Mr.
.Arthur Neal l, Stephen Taylor, Lonnie Miller, extended an invitation to the OVERNIGHT ACCOMMODATIONS .

Taylor (col.), Thomas Weekley, townspeople] to come out to the field MEALS REALTYCORPORATION

"Vernon Guthrie, John Henry ,Brown, and spend their spare time.,

"Willie Ricks, Robert Chapman, William

Andrews, Elbert 'Thigpen, John Former State- MEYER'S Hunting Lodge .1

F. McClenithan, jr., James Daileycol. MOORE HAVEN SOUTH CITY LIMITS I /
Alonzo Sias; Joe Henry Battle .
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(col.), Paul Hardin, Martin I
the Conner's Highway, which was -
Luther Reese ,(col.), James Allen
until that time a toll road. The road
Davis and Vincent Oglesby.JIOXALD .
{ was purchased at a cost of 625,000

and ,the Senator attributed the
EGLEY HAS i opening of the highway as a free SEE THE NEW
road to traffic as one of the largest

. factois in quickening the develop
Ronald Egley observed his eighth
ment of central South Florida and .
trirthday with a party "Friday' after- -
opening up this section to increased
moon at his home. Halloween masks "
'were given to the guests as favors I travel., ... "
Among the interesting personalities : : )
decorated ,
baskets of
as were candy
Senator Graham included in his : .. :
"with pumpkins, witches and black II
story of the history of the 'Glades ,. ,
'cats. Birthday cake, cup cakes and
was Howard Sharp, a newspaper editor
Ice served to the ,
cream were guests
in the pioneer days and accord
further out the Halloween ;
!! ing to the Senator, one of the most
theme. interesting characters in our history.
THe list included Ronald Hare, Determined in his opinions and out

J3o"bbie Weetman, Timer Powers, spoken in expressing them, he contributed -
Ann Driggers, Linda Cook, Marjorie immeasurably in selling the
:and Warren Brown, Bobbie and Dan Everglades.The .

Giddens, Barbara Peters, Erna and Senator told of the troubles

''Maxine Nelson: Harriette and Janice that beset early legislators in trying -

Magill, Judy Curtner, Gayle Geiger to gain recognition for South

James Harris, Gene Williams, Florida: -He. expressed the view
Nancy Moon, Martha Davis, Joyc* I that this section has developed faster

:DeVane, Janie Casper, Elsie Anderson !I than any other in the state and

and Beverly 'E le\ I! he remarked that many legislatorsFURNITURE

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