The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/01072
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 2, 1945
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
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System ID: UF00028415:01072
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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''I CROCHET DIRECTOR ELECTION OF SCHOOL I! Holland Candidacy Announces For U.. 'P.-T. A. Carnival Makes

:' S. Senate In 46 All-Time Record Here

.. ing the announcement; made earlierin ------- ---- ---------- -

--.- the week by Senator Andrews, that I Postmaster Resumed. Much Interest DisplayedIn

S. L. Crochet for several years preparation for the holding of liA would Ti_ n t

acting as assistant to the general I the biennial school district election seek selection, Duties ThursdayPostmaster Coronation of
manager of the United States Sugar next Tuesday, Nov. 6, the board of formerGovern-

Corporation during the progress of I I public instruction has announced the ayy r or Spessard L. King, Queen
A. W. Sias resumed his
new construction work has been following election officers and poll- gAtsr.tsar < Holland, in'a --....-- '
duties November 1st after an absenceof
named director of purchases for ,the I ing places in Hendry county: press, {statement thirty two months. Since the enlistment I The annual Hallowe'en P.-T. A.
corporation effective October 26, it Special Tax School Dist. No. 7, Mrs. announced today Carnival '
and dance grossed $1,299.79
'in the Army of Mr. Sias in
has been announced by Clarence R. Louise Hare, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, :
and will
April 1943 Mrs. Jewel L. Lawrencehas net ,st lerst $927.28!) accord
:. 'J, of the judson Francis inspectors Mrs. "I shall be
,, Bitting, president corporation.The ; a served as Acting Postmsater ing to reports from the carnival
,I new position places Mr. Ruth Beardsley clerk. Polling place candidate for
chairman Mrs.
M. M. Prewitt. This
commendably. Mrs. Lawrence plans
Crochet in authority over and responsible i|i Is the City Hall building ;.ue : the high office figure is
now to retire as her husband, A. W. expected to be increased by
for all purchasing ware- Special Tax School Dist. No.4, of United,
Lawrence, Sp. (M) 1/c, who has been several donations that have not been
; housing and warehouses commissaries Felda, Gilbert Taylor, Mrs. Addine States Senatorfor : received to date. Final returns
stationed in San Francisco for more
I and dining halls and is still in Lancaster, Mrs. Homer Howard, Inspectors Florida in should show this
to be the most
than a year, is expected home withina suc-
charge, at least temporarily of the ; M. H. Perry, clerk. Polling the Democratic few days. cessful carnival yet undertaken

corporation's large cattle project. place is the boy scout building. Primaries next May."I financially. The
Mr. Sias, prior to his enlistment gross was
: The placing of Mr. Crochet in this Special Tax School Dist, No. 5, La- respectfully invite and will sin- greater than in ,
hung up'a record as postmaster of any'previous year,
Mr. states is Belle Mrs. E. E. Edwards Nell appreciate the vote and active
'I' position, Bitting a part Mrs. cerely
according to the chairman, but
which he well be proud as the
of the policy of the corporation tot Bush, Mrs. Rose, Murray inspectors; support of all' Florida citizens. On local office may has steadily advanced_ in head cut down on the net returns.

consolidate the work of executivesand Mrs. G. A. Hill, clerk. Polling placeis January 1 I will announce my formal This '
will be the
used for
rating. Since the closing of Riddle .
enable them to give full time to the old bank building. platform on which I will make an (I benefit of the milk fund.
Field, business at the post office has
management of their particular de- Special Tax School Dist. No.6, De- active statewide campaign in 'every !.
I taken a sharp dceline. The carnival opened at 6 p. m. at
partment.Mr. Continued county.
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the school grounds with the residentsof
Crochet plans to study thoroughly I "If elected I will do my utmost, to
the community attending in full
the needs of his Florida in
departmentand serve faithfully and an '

particularly, at present, the TIGERS HOLD RAMS I aggressive manner.' The years aheadof SPOONER 'RESUMESTHE force. The capacity crowd, in spiteof
the loss in attendance 'this year of
I twelve corporation commissaries us are challenging ones. I do not
the Riddle Field personnel who help-
which are operated by the corpora- pretend to know all the answers to

1-1 tion on a cash and carry basis, sup- OF BELIE GLADE TO the problems that will confront us MANAGEMENT ,OF ed few to years swell, patronized attendance'well in the the food past

plying all staples or necessities at but I shall cast my vote and use my
booths and concessions lining the
i i iof substantially low cost. The aim of the strength always in support of those
CHRISTIAN CO.Hub midway as they entered into the
r{,of I corporation, he says, is to operate 26-12 WIN THURSDAYThe positions which I believe to be sound IslliJv Hallowe'en spirit of the evening. gay

i these stores as efficiently as possible and right after making the fullest

to provide employees with the best possible study and after diligently Sally McCarthy dressed in her
Spooner, who was Chevrolet
i .. quality merchandise, reasonably vaunted Belle Glade Rams, endeavoring to learn and to follow agent in' Clewiston for three years Girl Scout uniform, and Roy Edwards

I priced and made readily accessible who were doped to run roughshodover the convictions of the people of before entering Army service in were crowned King and Queenof
I the elementary grades Fred M
by ,
to them. Florida.
: the Clewiston Tigers, eked outa t January of 1943, returned to the
! The new director of purchases announces Sikes to reign over 'the carnival.
I 26-12 victory over the Tigers here business yesterday morning and as-
this week the appointment This event preceded the grand march
last night. American Legion sumed the managership of Christian
of Quitman Phillips as manager of .[ Although outweighed t wen t y Chevrolet Company. of the costume contestants. At this

commissaries replacing A. O. Ward, pounds to the man, the Tigers fought Plans Armistice time it was impossible to obtain a

i who resigned last week. Mr. Phillips I the Rams on even' terms throughoutthe Hub was a tank corps sergeant but list of the winners in the various

Progra was one of the first casualties in the classes but these winners will be
i! comes to the corproation after having greater part of the game and, Day m.. '
landings. in Normandy on D-Day, published in the News next week. '
bad, considerable experience in management -
with a few breaks, might have been
, sI II- of chainstore organizations. June 1944. He was, badly injuredand The winners 'of the raffles were:
the winners.
During the course of his previous Belle the' Clewiston Post No. 93, American for many weeks it was feared Pin, Mrs. C. M. Giddens; pictures,

t'l work he was called upon from time first Glade scored early in Bear- Legion, will hold its annual Arm-I that he. might never walk again but' Mrs. W. C. Owen; lamp, Mrs., U. T.

i to time ,to open branch stores and reorganize period on power plays by istice Day celebration on Saturday' after his return' to the States his recor&ry Koch; passes, Mrs. E. ;\1. Blake turkey --. -'
don and Cherry off
I, others in cities in various I tackle. His ; Cherry scoring evening, November 10. 'J was more -rapid and he 'was ; -Mrs:"?. 1:\-Sratotley.The -" ,

' attempted'conveyrsionwas Following- they custom- of past discharged, from the service on 'dance that followed the Carni-
1 i_ :si.ipns of this faVtyry Mr"-: Phillip's' wider, iiaf i 'in the sam J period< -
l lazily will join' him here very shortly : Beardo years, the regular meeting will be February this year. Since that val was held at the Sugarland Park
>> ojpred on an intercepted :
: ; dispensed with and a social evening I time he has been employed as service Recreation Hall. The music, furnished -
; Tiger paiss and gaain the conversion,
j i Mr. Crochet states that the corporation failed.. will be offered instead to include the representative of the War Manpower by Dave Tyler's orchestra from

; f; feels fortunate in obtaining a I ladies. Commission at their office in Belle l\lia1111", was highly praised by attend-

t ': I Running from varied spread formations GladeIn I ants and said by to have sur-
\ man of Mr.. Phillips' qualifications Starting with a turkey dinner and many
the Tigers began to click in the
I for the management of the commis- trimmings at the Clewiston Inn at announcing the change' this passed any heard previously at a.
second period. The baffled Rams
sary operations which included the eight o'clock it will wend its way to week Mrs Spooner states that H. E. local dance. Lapses were brief as
could not stop the accurate passing I
twelve commissaries and the general I Sugarland Park Auditorium at ten I Walker, who has been acting manager entertainment was provided duringthe
of Buddy Trice, who time after' time
t warehouse here for the supply ,of j I o'clock where dancing and will remain with the companyas intermissions.A .
I connected with his receivers for sub-
the individual units. ments will terminate, the refresh-I parts and service manager and he specialty number, presented by ;
stantial gains climaxed by an aerialto
later than midnight. expects to extend the same type of Miss Julianne Oglesby, featured five

;. Permits Issued For Pullen. The which conversion was ,good failed'for'score. and a All veterans of World Wars 1 and services as during his previous man- of her dancing school pupils, lEmma

2, located in this area, are cordially agership of the Chevrolet company Jane Ezelle, Sally McCarthy, Rachel
Belle Glade led 12 to 6 at the half.
Two New Buildings invited to attend. here. Miner, Joann Pitzen and Kitty Keen.
Belle Glade scored
early in the
Notices and dinner reservations Raymond Christian, owner of the The talented youngsters, dressed in
-- third period and again in the fourth
City permits have been issued and have been mailed to all concerned I I company was here this week for'brief a white tights, black dinner jackets
period on a pass to Wedgworth.
construction is well underway on two and the entertainment' committee I visit from Mcaon, Georgia, top hats and carrying canes tapped
Clewiston kept in the game
new buildings here, a warehouse for on a urgently' requests all members and where he is confined to an Army hos- cane strut dances.
pass from Trjce to Pullen who ran i
"Mr. and Mrs. Joe Griffin at their' guests to return the reservation cardsas pital for treatment of injuries received The hilarious presentation of the
forty yards to a touchdown aided
wholesale' fish house on Industrial] I soon ,as possible so that it may be recently in an airplane crash bathing beauties won much applause
timely block by Capt. McLeod. R
Canal and a restaurant: building for known the number of dinners to be which killed almost all of the plane and loud acclaim from the audience.

... Raiford Langdale on Sugarland I Honors of the game, Coach O. H. arranged.The occupants. He is still in service and The beauties competing were: W. S.

j' *> Highway. ., Skewes states, go to the entire'Clewiston committee, composed of J. J. has no intimation of when he will receive Bowden, C. E. Miner, W. N. Martin,

f / The permit for the warehouse was team with added glory- to Bud- McManus, chairman and G. B. Thomas a discharge.Alterations. E. C. Mills and R. J. Blount. Toppedby i

I issued to Henry C. Sutton who is dy Trice who completed 24 of 33 I in making this announcement colored mops as wigs and dressedin

< erecting the sheet metal, woodframed passes, an unusual feat in high state that they hope all will attend To Begin the briefest of bathing suits, these

building. This building is twenty school annals. II I both events and for those not attending charmers displayed bare midriffs, cf

by forty and the valuation is placedat i the dinner it Is hoped they will Shortly On Bar HereH. the inflated and deflated types, and i

1500. It is on the Canal between ; TIGERS LOSE TO STUART I f be at the recreation hall. Throughthis showed their limbs, ranging from the

the Highway and Concordia Street announcement it is hoped also J. Oglesby, new owner of the spindly to the piano leg varieties. In

adjacent to the fish house in Block 6. Playing their worst game of the that any oversight In invitations may Clewiston Bar announces this week this aggregation, the red headed

The Langdale restaurant buildingis seas.on, the Clewiston Tigers went be corrected. contestant was said to have captivated -
that alterations will begin shortly on
on lots 17 and 18 of block 370 between down to their initial defeat of the the audience. After prizes were a
the bar which are designed for better
San Pedro and San Gabriel. It season at the hands of the Stuart distributed the contestants entered
Ration Office Here appearance 'and for more efficient
is a one-story building, 16 by 18 feet Tigers, 6-0 last Friday night. operation.The into a bubble dance.

,\ ttJt and is being built of concrete block Coach O. H. Skewes states that Closed WednesdayThe bar is to be arranged in horse- The climax of the evening was the

: with a slate roll roof. The'valuation Stuart completely outplayed Clewis- coronation of the High School King
of the
shoe shape in the center room
is placed at $1,500. ton in every department of the game. and Queen, who reigned over the
Clewiston War Price and Rationing and an opening provided straight
Another building is proposed on Clewiston made no first downs, and i Board was closed officiallyon back to the cocktail lounge in the dance. Selected by popular vote for
the highway across from Clewiston never got the ball Into Stuart terri- these honors were Miss Joanne
Wednesday night, ,October 31, the rear. Between the bar and cocktail {
TMotors by Don Williams: Concrete tory while Stuart made '14 first Crouch as Queen and Sam Young as
remaining rationing, duties being lounge, on the west side, will be con-
blocks are at hand for constructionbut downs and threatened the Tiger goal King. The royalty entered at the
turned over to the district office in structed a small room as a package
a permit has not, as yet been Une in every period. west entrance of the hall and preceded -
the out-
Fort store with the entrance from
issued. This is to be a store building by the pages, Sally McCarthyand
side. An also be
the future all applications for opening will pro-
and will cost Emma Jane Ezelle bearing the
approximately $5,000. More ,Discharges From tires, rations for men on furlough, or vided between the bar and the Toulls
crowns, marched to the stage where
g War Book Four applications should restaurant which has also been pur-
Service During WeekThe they were crowned by S. L. Crochet.
New Chevrolet
be left at Hendry County Motors chased by Mr. Oglesby so that food
I Donations to the Clewiston P.-T. A,
where they will be picked up by C. E. may ,be served in connection with
Be On Display Here (Continued on Page
Selective Service office here Miner, board chairman, who will drink 8)w

Next WednesdayHub lists the following discharges to be continue to be Hendry' County's rep- The cocktail lounge, closed duringthe "

reported to the board for the weekending resentative on the district board. He war, is being reopened this week Is This You?

on Tuesday: will transfer all applications to the after being redecorated. \

Spooner, new manager of the I John Davis Dyal, Navy; Richard Fort Myers office. Early Thursday morning at the

Christian Chevrolet Company/- Evan Kreidler, Coast Guard; Curtis The gummed sheets used by retailers Dr. Gericke SpeaksOn hour of reporting to work, you were

-nounces that the new Chevrolet for King Golden, Navy; Daniel Waldo for sugar stamps have been left crossing the highway from the direc-

1946 will be on display here on Wed- Beardsley, Army Air Corps; Maurice at Parkinson's Store where other re- Subject Of tion of the Clewiston Inn, dressed in

nesday of next week and all are Jackson Waters, Air Corps Enlisted tailers may obtain supplies as needed. a well fitting aqua suit 'with a crisp .

cordially invited to visit the local Reserve; Harold Jenkins Lang, Fred Sikes has consented to assist Research Chemistry white blouse and carrying a luggage a'

-salesroom and see this first new car Army; Thomas Rockmore, colored, with advice on price in the future as ....J_ bag: You are above medium height

r in the popular Chevrolet series to be Army; Herbert McCoy Bryant, Navy; in the past as chairman of the price Dr. C. E. Gericke was the speakerat and your hair, worn ina simple coiffure -

displayed since the war. Landon Alfred'Daub, Army; Thomas panel board. the Kiwanis meeting Tuesday II is dark. If now: you can guess

-, As is the case with most of the Miller, colored Army; Sidney W. Mc- The greatest hardship which will night at the Clewiston Inn. He explained -'who you are a visit to',the News office -

apvearance-1946 cars they are little different in Gehee, Army; Edward Linton Weeks, be worked on local citizens by the research chemistry and the will repay you with two ticketsto

from the last ones manufactured Army; Leroy Hare, Army Air Corps; closing of the office will be applications methods used. The principal objec- the Dixie Crystal Theatre... -

in 1942 but many improvements Joe Malcolm Hall, Army; John De- for tires since books have long tive of research chemistry is determ- Last week Miss Ruby Jean Norton

suggested by war conditions cal Belcher, Army, and William Eve- since been issued for the few com- ining the factors present in substance was the girl and she' jdentified her

1 nave been made in engine design. rett McDonald, ATC (Continued on Page 8) (Continued on Page 8) self from the description in'J paper.

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r r- a disadvantage in that he entered of-I increase. Can 'you pay a man more I I he said, "especially when I
fice immediately after F.D.n. who I I to plow' your garden this year than II siders that so one con- Reports received from all parts of
I many of our veterans the city, and confirmed by
ingratiating figure with pub- last without .your produce costing already conver- I
was have
an three, four or five
years sations with
veterans in this ,
Seems To Me lic appeal yet who had the forcefulness ]-: you more? If It takes 100 man-days: already completed toward that timeof Indicate that men who have previously city !
that few of our past president I to build an automobile at $S.OO per Retirement." J
been in the
Army are in the fore
have evidenced. He bellowed at Congress -man-day, can you expect it to cost Final date on which discharged front ot- those
applying at
By H. Clark Bell with 'must' legislation and gotit you 1 the same if your labor cost jumps veterans may re-enlist and still re- office. the recruiting -
passed rgeardless of its merits fora //3'0 I percent to $10.40 per man-day? tain their old grade in the Army has ested in Many men are inter-
N . there Is a steadily growing surprising number of years.j 'in the name of all that is reasm- been set for February 1; 1946 the I they may choose provisions whereby
amount of adverse comment on ourresident's Imagine pleasant, middleoftheroader -i able can the president of these United local station announced.The vice the branch of ser-
and theater
ability which, as time Harry getting up In front of the( States state that wage increases can ruling applies to all men who of operations in
goes on, seems to have a basis of Senate and bulling his way past opposition -I Ibe granted by Industry without a were honorably discharged between I which they prefer to serve.A .

some very real fact. Harry Truman.It to get a bill enacted! I consequent increase in commodity May 12 and August 31, whether they recruiting officer will be at the
: seems, is turning out to be exactly Imagine him telling labor and man-I prices. It would appear that Harry are former: Regular Army men, or Post Office every Thursday for the
the kind of person his figure, bearing must together like his predecessor, has
agement that they get ', Truman, were chosen by Selective Service for I convenience of Hendry county appll-
and political history indicate; without gouging on either side! His been awed by the imposing might of the Army of the United Stats. cants.
an easy going, friendly man who is latest step is to openly advocate that I I the labor unions and has surrendered I
constitutionally incapable of direct, labor get .the lion's share of its demands almost unconditionally. ---

forceful action. Naturally he is at yet states that prices must not I I. . a prediction was made in

I this column last week that Latin-
America would have three more I I
t'I I revolutions in the next twelve

months. Brazil has been number
one to provide a successful revolu-

,- tion and Iron Man Vargas has lost WILLIAM'S5IIOE
his political head permanently it ap-

.\) pears. American made arms and
) lend-lease equipment aided that one, .
J too. .

\ . if you want to see the brutal ,
extremes to which uncontrolled' inflation SHOP' .
can lead just read a few
statistics of the city of Budapest in
Hungary. In the month of September
there were 1,998 homicides in that Because of increases : in labor and other

city alone! The pengo, their monetary -
costs the manufacturer
by OPA ruling
unit, has been inflated to the

A Return To Competitive point where it is absolutely uselessas RMPR 165 has been 'modified and we are
a medium of exchange. The article
permitted increases of 25 cents
stated that the vast majority of the per pair

Business Methods murders were committed during rob- for men's half ssoles, 15 cents for boys, women's -

beries; .not robberies of banks or .
and children's half soles. So
0'V\ jewelry stores or hold-ups for money we are
The Best Means of Selling in Your Home Town Is but murders committed for food and returning to our ceiling prices of January
clothing. It is almost' impossible to
&Through the Advertising Columns of Your imagine anything like that happen- 1 instead of recently advertised prices.

_, .
l Home .Town (NewspaperGET ing in this country for we have not
suffered the complete ravagement of

war and occupation as the Hungarians YOUR BUSINESS IS
THE HABIT OF ADVERTISING REGULARLY have but we could have our dol- ..

lars so inflated that its purchasing I
power would be reduced to near zero. APPRECIATED
If that happens crime will run

THE CLEWISTON NEWSIs rampant and no man's property, realor I. i
personal, will be safe. And we In Old Alston Building
are heading that way now. '
also equipped to take care of your job printing needs, 1 I NORTH FRANCISCO AVENUE

with work when' you want it and as you want it-reasonably Uncle Sam Wants i

priced. Army Reenlistments I I It.

I Details of the most liberal Army
recruiting policy ever adopted in this

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FOR A L 'E- ,4
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:, 'I' ing'wander Station.of the local Army Recruit- :j: Radio and Electric Service .

Choice Corner and Adjacent Lot I :_: ,)opt. .;.
Highlights of the new bill, which
becomes law immediately, are: ac-; f.. Home and Auto Radio Parts and Tubes :=;:
Block 368 ceptance'of 17-year olds in,the Army; I r I:
For All MakesV
enlistment periods of only one year i :: :;:
for former veterans, and of eighteen I .
I Price $850.00V months for civilians: retirement at If

liberal pay upon completion of twen- :;: ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES I::_: '
ty years in uniform: payment of re-
/r enlistment allowance: furlough up to I:;: Fluorescent Lighting Fixtures Wiring :;: -"

J. E. Beardsley Captain ninety Hailing days G.the,E.effective passage Ludwig,immediately.District of the bill Re-, 11'_.1:. ALL WORK GUARANTEED .$*:i.

cruiting and Induction Officer of :r. GEO. WEAVER and T. J. CASON '
REAL ESTATE BROKERPhone Florida, declared that it would with-
out doubt influence thousands of men
66 in this state to embark upon Regular Telephone 163 1:;:

Hopkins Bldg. Army careers. "No civilian com- :: AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR CLARION RADIOS X
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,! "We might as ,well face the facts in sugar of sugar cane in continental United States, the

; United States Sugar Corporation and every one of its

I Our supply is short and will remain tight employees are working to the limit of their abilities to

I' I. \ V produce the utmost of this (vitally needed energy food
through 1946
j+ for a sugar-short world.

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Sec'y- of Agriculture Clinton P. .Anderson, Through war and in peace, bag. after bag of golden' ",

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May 31st, 1945. One-fourth of tax

I Calendar payable for fiscal years ended August
Too Late To ClassifyBy 31st and November 30th, 1944 and

i November 10th-withholding February 28th, 1945.

RUSSELL KAY tax-Tax; withheld from wages dur- Partnerships; -. Return due for

$& As INDUSTevADOPTS ITS WARTIME ing'October 1945, if more than $100, fiscal year ended August 31, 1945.

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.and excess profits tax; Return ended August 31st, 1945. One-
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payable for fiscal
' due year
: and one-fourth of tax payablefor
half of the National War Fund drive ended November
, fiscal year ended August 31st, 30th, 19"44 and
now in progress, I think; the most February 28th and
May 31st, 1945.
1945. One-fourth qf tax payablefor
striking and impressive message is Exempt
v tr Corporations Information
I : fiscal years ended November -
found in a simple, yet beautiful little return form
, 30th on 990 due from
1944, and February 28th and
parable, written by Bruce Barton.I certain
\ May 31st, 1945.Personal exempt corporations with accounting -
reproduce it here because I feel
i Income Tax Return periods ended June 30th.
I it is worthy of passing on and while J ; 1945.
due' and tax payable for fiscal
i the parable itself does not mentionthe I year
ended August 31st, 1945. November 30th-Excise; Taxes;-
War Fund and applies in equal .
ill Nonresidents-Income; tax returnsof Returns for October 1945 due and
: measure to any form of worthwhile"giving"
aliens, foreign partnerships and tax payable.?
: it is' particularly apt at
:1 corporations due and one-fourth of -
I time as we find ourselves faced with \

ii the 'opportunity to give concrete expression "' CIVILIAN JEEP RFAW I i

il of this nation's spirit of 4Q/WAR GUi7IN6 PASSENGER SKIPS, FAM WORK.DDTAND r.c ...= _- I

II generosity as well as our genuine i

;i! thankfulness for .the abundance and /

blessing that we enjoy in a world HOMOGENIZED
:! "fi where countless millions'f fellow

' beings are experiencing the utmost f

grief and suffering. VITAMIN 'D' MILKAnd

I I"""THERE ARE TWO SEAS" Other Alfar Products
Iw+ ,
"There are two seas in Palestine.One blkaL _c lr

is fresh, and fish are in it. AVAILABLE AT YOUR

Splashes of green adorn its banks. OOO FREEZIIJ 7'EQUIP44 \

Trees spread their branches over it, WT FOR GROCERY AND

I and. stretch out their thirsty roots to NQMES. IVFW-r ctlNlQu PREFABRICATING s TO .
sip of its healing waters. :
"Along its shores the children play: HOME

as children played when He was J

there. He loved it. He could look

across ids silver surface when He . . . .
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spoke His parables. And on a rolling ,
plain not far away He fed five thous- First Green Ration to E-l expired yesterday, Oct. 31.

and people. The new green stamp is numberedN8

"The River Jordan, makes this sea Stamp In Use As and will be found in Book No. 4.

.I with sparkling water from the hills., Of November 1 Together with W-1 through Z-l, it

So it laughs in the sunshine. And
will expire Feb. 28 next.
men build their homes near to it, and Phone 20, Belle Glade, Fla. and
Effective Sundaylard, shortening,
, ''I birds their nests; and every, kind of The first green ration stamp to be
butter, margarine, and salad and West Palm Beach Fla.
1 life is happier because it is there. used by housewives for rationed ,
cooking oils were reduced to 8 ration
)., "The River Jordan flows on south foods became valid today, Nov. 1, in
into another sea. the purchase of meats and fats. 'A-I"I points per pound. n_ __
"Here is no splash, of fish, no flut-
tering leaf, no song of birds, no chil- ----

I dren's laughter. Travelers choose r H

ness.another,, The route air, unless hangs heavy on urgent above busi-its UP AND DOWN THE COAST LI iE.ft .a Ngm; 9 T .

,. waters and neither man nor beast
nor fowl will drink. tJg; y y.,%: aYnr. Oyis33",(, $:y'Y': %.. : .
a %: a l r Z.oa. /;r: ate :o <
; < :: ( '" / cHW F"
"What makes this mighty difference tI

in these neighbor seas?

01 i "Not the River Jordan.. It empties -

the same good water into both.

Not the soil in which they lie; not I IT

the country round about. : .

I "This is the difference.. The Sea .
h r ; '
>'.>0f Galilee rfeciite&: but does nit )keep > C j,1A'

the Jordan. For very drop that '
flows into it another drop flows out. .
Y t .
a > ,
g S ut ce a ; J Zc
The giving and receiving go 'on in s y ; r t o cac rS erv 'lr ..yi.'x.yRfan j
the : :
equal measure. : : >yfreigl't" erof eric dvisorY

"The' other sea is shrewder, hoarding .: ,:.. \ trie ctatio eat Shipp past
/4 rf,r A5s0 0th ring thd e t he M
its income jealously. ?

"It will not be tempted into any 2 here e : n
Boar a co-open entir e Y ,..
\ r generous impulse. Every drop it gets, Ind ustrY ough an > "' '0
I '! tltrfully tS r-
it keeps. outheast' assignmen
:, all
"The Sea of Galilee gives andIi success fulfi lied al Y spea >
and Nir.'Ke region, .
j ',# lives. This other sea gives. nothing. y/'.: new era cited the < ?' t' .,, ; .:.;,:s : ;

Ii It is named the Dead. /; ; 'f ....<. .., ,.: ,.;:'. ..,
"There are two seas in Palastine. i : :
.. ,
; i :i./ ahem mor ible .<
"There are two kinds of people in I r :'., but rial o mit

f the world. an nd it odsloo
"Which kind are we?" I may ned g
east long f ca 386
a ;:, I
1 '; ue ding l Y a '
-by Bruce 'Barton. co the wa s on ;i,;,. ,.: .
g an .." ." .
1 "
f t i / "
Z ;/or : To my mind this is just about as the S needs to, de nnedthat s ::>::
.... ?> mo> ; B th caof ,,: ",'
strong an appeal as anyone could .y the roductionn >
cars. oreed ',',,,, ..
f p z
possibly make, whether the cause be hers uld i cr a5e 44, e pa total < ; I.

the National War. Fund or any other t, /' :{.: : s :: s.;:.;.,;<; th at i sharply, Ry theast Year'a they z ; a'' ::' .
'1+ worthy effort that calls upon you and a t
\.. me to be generous with the blessings 0 i r : 1T:'% ndus 3 303 ould p rmet Y.'::
t 3y'S.i; ': ra .f>ii Ca 7n a :'i'3si. \.'
loading Georgi roperY : >. ,
: EY., ,'
; fi 295.
;> .: ,
<>>>< 44, fo r 2:
;:>< r to eld roductsW .
; :
: Nearly 10,000 crates of cucumbers } : se 4jff '

were moved through the Wauchula (a/ ><4./<,';; ,,': ;;::.:+ ,;, ..Tg.t.:: ::.' ly p rofita tempt to grow made

,' Farmer's Market last week for prices %''''. j %/ .r-? '. wOuthat 11T10 dllStrY ha.r ecert
" %,y. (%i.::C ,;! 'er uld ><: :.t
ranging from $5.50 to $8.00. %' forThe n ah b s si It '
.r4r; pu eagu ,
n IQ
i .. ';>. reason
/ / 4-. stridcsTherC is no ucts
: .x i; .; so
1945T \
.t /... .1925....- .. \ .fn do .
r. .
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: of Year'in
: s s n
.4.. 209jeorsofjOi Load n 83 ca'r Year '

Q yIj avers wring the f only 77,3J
;' ', east s totale d d grain p .tg gS :\\1
BUY ::\7)\)\ a
S Japan has always admired tHel; > % tKeloo f grain 029 car

i "marvelous power and efficiency of' from; FI

the American ?: :'
people," Prince ,1\ij : ..Y. to s1,3 Cast has VC
oath t
I I ', Osaka, member, ..o., ;, ? The to producrerloo'e let us alsregion
t : & of the Japanese / its obi ;\c
: pp imperial family,' Ie t cr t:

I' y 111 told an audience f L. g!:;, .credi rartimep. ps The raormaailroous ur t .. t \
at a dinner of ._ :
k '
I > an ca *
y : they :
for omletanyme z
the Japan Society sf :& at b '
.' the diing 1
': '? in New York, U- S C. ..,*4M'J < Teo, have a fair toA 0
: ,adding that his country "highly W;. ter th E oriaL o RN

i prizes" America's friendship. .. q'c \.

\: c -. 2
1 /
f A senior at a Troy, N. Y. / /
I', college / YY;:'.' if youyare interested in indus+:
I was fined $200 at Williamstown, \Q N Y\' 3rtol plani slles'or dstribu, en fac bbes in iheSoulh; Z'

:Mass., for bootlegging liquor to stu- //. yAYy.: :: }; r.Jws 3y{ ,pS wgtiholi be slod'td'.reGOmmend, suiipblo'locotlons. <)Urtp
dents at a college there. He said 'icea: _lb' \ /a c:f::,,$';OY;:;:i erssi; ....
\ \ \ / -/;eSCaiGl ;bff it oho ayoilablo,fcr CDmprehensive studies wilh respect ,
1.'.. bootlegging was defraying the cost .', XI
o Y1pdUS1f101 pOSS/blltt3es i0 OUf ierSl+cry..Your: 1nQUilef'wfll [ \
///j ..
5 !/ Sa y; a .
t'I i of his "prohibition era" education. ; :oYi'>'.+'YfiS: ; '//D tc mpf a;rd >tat,fiderifiol aitantion.: Address 1< M. Fields, Ass Ak 1 Rii

: : ,! /4 b ;::.. .< >.,., .ar..Vice PtesldegtlWiimington'.N.: C. .----., A

.',. "; James J. Walker was elected 2 / s I 0 t
; Mayor of New York, defeating his

Republican opponent, Frank D. .% >

Waterman, by 400,000 votes.
/ #- tif>vv\' j:. ?' p3g\ \\
..,t:' -"i" :! /% ''.:, ? % %& "*" ?&$#
: f if President Coolidge, In a speech ; :;?? r s. fi'-R .VM. ft N G A M w r'yYf

''It, ; ', before the Chamber of Commerce / > a i wx' N W F 'R 0N, T .l 'E\t.k ';\' a Z I
J of the State of New York, at the C / rf / -v v it \
VJaldorf-Aatorja, urged America' .. .. i mI

: of adherence International to the Justice.Permanent, Court I fi> UP AND DOWN THE COAST LINE j '"WIM.oA NW'9 ( 6


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in the pranks, not particularly for >< >X NN NN1>; N N NNN NNN NNN..Y October' '21 from Kearns, Utah, says of orange. black and green, was
The Clewiston News i enjoyment but simply trying desper- that he was'leaving the followingday carried out. Gum and Hallowe'encaps
ately to keep an outgrown habit in for a point of embarkation on the were given for favors. The .
Published every vogue. We failtd to see any visual Withir West Coast and has been told that birthday cake was beautifully deco-
FrIday in Clewlstog, their
Florida. by the CLEWISTON NEW vogue. We failed to see any visual I l ,destination is Alaska. You can rated in orange and white with eight I
few sense .the shivers in, his letter and be I
Tnc. iston-there might have been a candles. Miss Barker was assisted in
but Hallowe'en is not the ,headachefor Our assured that when his discharge) serving, by Mrs. T. L. Driggers. After
Entered as second class mall matter the adults that it used to be. Boys finally comes through he'll be plenty 1 I Ann opened her many lovely gifts ice
February I, 1927 at the Pest Office In ready to return South. I cream and decorated cup cakes were-
Crewiston, Florida, under. the Act of Lucian
says he has been in nine .
March 3, 1887. .:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:-:-:..:..: t in theService Army camps in the ten months he's 1 served.The: following were present: Don .

been In service and likes the one at Bailey, Richard Bethea, Wayne Carter -
CARR SETTLE, Publisher Remember When?--- t I Kearns very well. Says its only 14 Richard Chandler, Ronnie Egley
Subscription IU tc-?i50 Per 'YearAdvertleing i miles from Salt Lake City. At his I Bobby Giddens, Billy Hatn, Warren
<< Rates. On Application. By Frances Nail base 'Shirley Temple's husband has I Ingram, Frank McCarthy, Dennis
been serving as a PT instructor and MacDonald, Charles Martinez, Joe
.i---.iI :..:.....:..:..:-:..:..:-:..:-:..:..:..:.....:..:..:..:. J7w :ens+ I Shirley recently spent three weeks in I Parsons, Tommy Porter, Linda I
the advancement and welfare Salt Lake City and they also have a
Devoted to ,, i Cook, Janet Grant, Lamar McLen-
__ -W: : ":":": ":-:<-'.-:":":
Hendry County. ":": : :":": : :
of Oewlston and I (Taken from the files of the Clew- I major league pitcher, Sgt. Lott. don, Sharon Crochet, Martha Jean

iston News, November 2, 1928). Yoder, a former employee of I He asks us to give his regards to Nowling, Ted Wayne Driggers, Mar-
school reporter Lynn all his friends and expects to be home Cato
Henry Storey as the in the States after I garet Geraldine Rigdon, Jean
is back
feature of "School USSC, before too long, at least for a visit. Murphy, Geneva Atwill Willene-
weekly ,
RATIO .. began months in the Pacific with the
ST.a Topics." The faculty of the schoolat many He arrived in Californiaon 'I He is planning to work for the A. Benefield, Janet Casper, Sally Cam-
U. S.
that time consisted of six teachers. October '18 and expected a discharge T. and Tfl /'either in California or mack, Darleen Cox, Wanda Dampier,
There were one hundred and ten within three weeks. We Denver after the war is over but Edith Daughtrey, Eunice Golden,
pupils enrolled. A program at the him home pretty wants to come back to Clewiston and Lois Johnson, Peggy Knowles, Sharf
should be seeing
school commemorated Navy Day. shortly. Mrs. Yoder is living in Miami catch one more big fish.. I Land, Barbara Peters, Carolyn .
Willie V. Hooker (Mrs. Billie Crow) Smoak, Vita Lee Turner Rosie Whit-

On The House I gave talk a on reading"Navy, Roberta Day" and George a sailor'shornpipe gavea I DAVIDSON DISCHARGEDMiami 1 1I ney and Ila Poole. 4-

Pfc. Walker Nall, who has been in Beach, Fla.-The following 1 NOTICE I
by Betty Spicer (Mrs. I. S. \
.,By D..- C.. S. Margie Harvel and Nellie France with the Air Corps Engineersfor I named enlisted man'' has been dis-II ,
I. ; Bell, Jr.), ,
Strong climaxed the program. too many months writes that he charged from the Army at the Sepe- The Women's Association will
1-, Mr. Storey, now of Panama, was is now awaiting transportation backto ration Base, 'Miami District, Miami I meet for dinner at the Clewiston Inn
If there was anyone surprised yes- the first graduate of the Clewiston the States and even now may be Beach, Florida: Pvt. John E. David: Thursday evening, November 8th
terday when former governor Spes- High School and visited old friends en route home. Ruth and their two son, Clewiston, Fla. rather than hold their regular meet-
sard Holland announced his cand- boys, Cecil and Walker, Jr., arrived ANN JDRIGGERS; HAS
; here several weeks ago after an absence I ing. Reservations may be made by
idacy for the United States Senate it of ffiteen years. this 'week to await his arrival here SURPRISE PARTY AT SCHOOL I members by calling Mrs. David C.
someo'ne who hasn't been think- his of
was At the P.-T. A. meeting Mrs. J. F. after living during period ser- Hancock, 106M or Mrs. G. H, Brown.
ing or discussing politics any at all Tippey was elected president, Mrs.C. vice in Pensacola. In his last letter Ann Driggers was surprised Wednesday 182.
in recent months but'we can imagine A. Jackson, vice-president, and he said he ,had been on furlough in I October 31st, with a birthday -
decision of Senator C. 0. : Switzerland and described it as
that the
Mrs. W. C. Hooker, secretary.The party in celebration of her 8th,
Andrews to .retire from the race F. E. C. railroad official issued beautiful country. I birthday by her teacher, Miss June Back the boys until they're BACK
caused a furore in a lot of ,political instructions to the Cornell-Young C Barker, in the 3rd grade room at.the Support the National War Fund.
camps over, the state. Company to proceed immediately, on A letter from Lucian Wolff dated I' school. The Hallowe'en color scheme
Mr. Holland, who retired to his law extension of their railroad from
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practice 'f'inwBvartow after one Governorin of the Belle Glade, Chosen to Lake ,Harbor. 1>\\ IIIIIIIIIIIIII!:'{jJ 1111111I11111I'"{jJ 1111'111I11111I' I IIi!111111I1111111 N most successful terms as The A. C. L. extension was to be extended 1:11111:
the history of the state, came out from Clewiston to Lake Har- @IIIIIIIIIII'JIII'i
of seclusion several weeks ago and bor and the decision of the F. E. C.to .
began to appear in many communities push forward was considered as
and to speak at various and sun- one of the' greatest boons in the Announcement \
dry gatherings. Of course no ,formal history of the northern everglades.

announcement of his candidacy had Not only would such a line tap the ,'. ,
as yet been made but it didn't take country but would .
too much political sagacity to comprehend open rich sugar up one cane of the potentially richest ',.,:':;,'. An entirely new staff under the personal supervision, of .:Mrs. C. L. I,

developments. He was to trucking centers in the country. ..,..::; Downs will resume serving food next :Monday, November 5th.. I
be a candidate for the Senate, .and, to Twenty' four .new, Caterpillar tractors ;!' .'

all appearances, against the present twelve of the two-ton machinesand 4 J .Her many years\of successful bperation assures the finest in foods,
Senator, Mr. Andrews. j twelve of the Caterpillar 30 type ... J. '
Other camps: began to get busy. were ordered by the Southern Sugar tastefully prepared, promptly and properly served.

,Frances Whitehair, who went into Company in addition to the fleet of
the stretch with Holland in 1940 had 40 already in operation.The .j
just returned home to DeLand from Hallowe'en masked ball was BAR HOURS RESTAURANT I
military service and some of his sup- pronounced the biggest social -eventof Week Dinner
Days -
not Mr. Whitehair hmiself, Prizes were awarded I
porters rit ; the season. 11:00 A. :M. to 12:00 .P. M 6 p.m. to ,9 p.m.
lick they
their chops -as their
began to ta Mr. and"Mrs..Al Lincoln for
la carte
viewed the prospect of Holland and costumes and other unique costumes Sunday
Andrews dividing the same' vote were worn by the W. 'C. Hansons; 4:00P.\ .' M. to' 12:00 P.,M. I' 9 p.m. to;:11. p.m. 1('}:; ", .,'t.l:3.J.:

while a third candidate would have, :Mrs. W. C. Owen, :Mrs. Lawton Sims, .' 'f
little difficulty picking up the opposition Miss Bonceil_ Stone (Mrs. Foy Dur-
vote and coasting into Wash- rence) and Miss Geraldine Jeffries AIR CONDITIONED
ington by a nice margin. Someoneeven (Mrs. Kerr).
brought out a shovel and uncovered Miss Charlotte Avant and Hubert
Lex Green, whose political Land were married in Fort Myers.
swan song was supposedly sung, after Two state wide organizations last The CANEBRAKE 'H'Mrs.
the 1944 gubernatorial race, as a week moved to enlist the aid of the
likely candidate to get in the race. federal government in providingflood I

Tom Watson was mentioned but Tom control in Lake Okeechobee to C. L. Downs, Manager
turned thumbs' down on the deal. So prevent a recurrence of the September I
far there has been no open mention ; hurricane damage. At Fort I ''I 111':1';: III \ I
of Jerry 'barter. But it began to have Lauderdale the New River-Okeecho-
rw.w.wr.ns. n.w. ww.N
the appearance of a wide-open race bee-Caloosahatchee Navigation Com- .
with more ,candidates than one could pany meeting 'was presided over by .c- I.[I r _"' :. -f- tI f'

shake the proverbial stick at. Mr F. L. Williamson of Cewiston.The .

Then came the sad news for the re-election of County Judge W.
would-be opportunists, Senator An- N. Henderson, Dan McLaughlin for .
drews announcement early this week sheriff and Tax Assessor Reeves was THE NEW '.

that he would not be a candidate for admitted by all but their opponentsin
re-electioiifalid'setting' some sort ofa the races. The political campaignwas \ '
. "
record for a senator, retiring before drawing to a close and candi- > '- <

the voters retired him or before dates who saw the "handwriting on: P. '
death claimed him. This immediately the wall" were reported resorting to .L .
placed Holland about four laps. desperate measures in an effort to
ahead of' the field. turn the tide of public opinion in 1. 9 46 '

Yes, there'll be opposition. Th?re their favor. It appears that in those .-. ( \, : : ,-..
is little chance that a new senator days, elections stirred the populace to S ,-, ',-. .,...'. ,.. '.- '
would be elected without opposition.But an intense interest and contrasts c
in our humble opinion Mrs Holland sharply with the phlegmatic electionsof
might as well start buying some today.SURPRISE., .
clothing suitable for a cooler climate IM IN IP Ir I
and begin packing for a trip north- BRIDAL SHOWER' .;

ward early in 1947. FOR SIRS. W. T. JACKSONMrs. .,
Governor Holland was a great
friend to the Everglades. So will Willie Joe Jackson, recent '1;, '
Senator Holland be our friend. And bride, was the guest of honor at a
the 'Glades won't let him down! surprise bridal shower, Thursday

evening., November_ -- -- 1st-- -, given hv-.. :Miss'
We won't attempt here to go into Tammie Hobbs and Mrs. Josephine
details of the Hallowe'en Carnival Cason at their home on Ventura
held here Wednesday evening, that Ave. During the evening games were
will be taken care of elsewhere, rut: played and prizes' distributed to the
the person or persons who conceivedthe winners. Several musical numbersby WIll BE ON OSPLAYWenesayNova
idea of having these carnivals on Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mc anus and
this annual visitation of the witches, Miss Hobbs added greatly to the en- ,
i goblins and spooks did a wonderful joyment of the guests. The hostesses
t thing for harrassed property owners served devils food cake and coffee.
and should have their names in the Many lovely gifts were presented to
history books as public benefactorNo. Mrs. Jackson.

1. Guests 'were Mrs. Lacy Polk, Mrs.G. 7th' I
Hallowe'en has always been 'Kid'sI H. Mazzina, Mrs. E. M. Dull, Mrs.
I Night and for many generations Ed Clark, Miss Frances Sutton, Miss
they've made the most ,of the oppor- Betty Jean McDuffie, Miss Gervis
tunity. Their ideas of fun didn't always Hathcock, Mrs. T. E. Markette, Miss

coincide with that of the prop- Estelena Heusted, Miss ,Rosemary ...
erty owner who considered himselfas NockoldS, Mrs, Jackson, Mr. and
lucky as we do when a hurricane Mrs. McManus and Walter Jackson.
passes us by, If he didn't have a big
repair bill the day after Hallowe'en CHILDRESS HOUSE SOLD Christian Chevrolet
And there was no insurance cover- .

age.Then The R. N. Childress home on Pasa- 4
came the carnivals and plenty dena was sold on Tuesday of this
of room was permitted the young week to V. L. Shurtleff who has
folks to blow off their excess steam.I recently arrived here and is connected I
Usually when they leave they are too, with the starch plant. The deal HUB SPOONER, MANAGER

tired to. do anything other than go was handled by the J. E. Beardsley .' .-- .-- .... .. ,,- J --- __ '_ I
to bed. There are a few who persist office. ... "-, .wi '; .- .- -- -- -- .. :

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,c..:";";<< "':";";";"X.;..:..l..tt' ...*,;..:<-< :";";";";..: :..:..:..:";";":,,,:,,: ,,,:.. ..:..:.;-<+' :..,:..A:. ami, Mrs. Josephine Cason and Ern- TURKEYS for Thanks.I FOR- SALE:. One Johnson -
Miami brother of Dr.Rigby .
:5! est Rigby of ,
, -
"c'''.. I .t. who recently returned from giving and Christmas.Place : outboard motor, nine:
overseas duty and has received his
orders Mrs.
now. J.
honorable discharge from the AimyMr. horse, one fourteen foot
< PERSONAL and SOCIETY M. Fountain. Phone 82

. .: f f I and Mrs C. E.' Bailey 'return- or !148W. 2tp. metal boat' with air

ed Monday from ,a month's visit in 'tanks. W. D. King.I : 3tp

-. : :..:..>>:..:..:..:..:..:..:.(..:.;..:..:....:..:..:-<-:..:..:..:.. ..:..:..:.;..:..:..:.;:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..,..).:..:..:o ..:..:.:..:..=. Ashtabula,- Mr, Ohio and, Mrs.with B.Mr.W. Bailey'sparents Bailey; i I.
3-Room House for Rent. I I.I
I .
";:' : \ Wilbur Goff and Charles E. MIner Mrs. Earl Morrison and Miss Lois in North Carolina; in Dunkirk, New

were in Miami Monday on' business Heflin have been added' to the stenographic '- York with Mr. and 11rs.V.. Phillipsand See Mrs. L. L. Lowe at I I FOR SALE Pointer

:f: department of the United relatives; and in Clermont with

\. ; ', Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Leftwich, Jr.,, States Sugar Corporation. Mr. and Mrs. E. Denslow, parents of Hooker's Point. 2tp Pup, 'age six m o n t hs

: spent the week end in Miami. i Mrs. Bailey. They spent Wednesday fine
..,, R. R. 'Hooks and Wilbur Goff returned .. of this week with their daughterand hunting .stock.
'." :
'. c Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bishop, Jr., of I last week end from a vIsit son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J, F. FOR SALE Two Stands twenty-one inches

:. Melbourne, spent the week' end here., with relatives in Tifton and Cordele,, Roland, in Pompano. '
: Georgia., houses and lots. See Mrs. high. Large as most

.} : Mrs. Jewel Maples of Bowling Babies BornS J. J. Gennille Bare!!
' Green visited her daughter, Mrs. Al- .Mrs. Gorda Collins, Mr. and Mrs.C. grown dogs. $50.00.

.' '.: .den Maples, here for the week end. A. Driggers, Mrs. Ed Clark, Mr. Beach. 1 Itc. !!
2/c Ray Donald and Mrs. Thie- Clewiston Fish C o.
, -- and Mrs. George Bryant visited in ,.
len are the parents of a son, Ray
;; Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Dixon, who Fort Myers M6nday. Clewiston Fla. 1
I Donald, Jr., born on October 30th at' ,
'. their home in 1 LOST Pen
t 'have been making R. the Clewiston Emergency Hospital. part ofl
;J., Tampa, have returntd here to live. I Mr. and Mrs. J. Lee joined Mrs.
: The baby weighed seven pounds and Eversharp lost
at pen
Maude Hare and Sgt. Evelyn Hare byi

<" Harold Lang arrived home this the Diamond W Ranch in Fort My- fourteen ounces.A school girl enroute toy| FOR SALE = Bronze

. > after receiving his discharge ers for the week end.
:;- week at Camp Shelby, Mississippi. daughter, Carol Irene, weighingseven school last week. Phone',Turkeys for ,breeding

, Mrs. R. C. Nowling and Martha pounds and one ounce, was 156M. Reward. 1 Early sprnig
Larry born on October ;31st to Mr. and Mrs. itp. purposes.
Mr. and Walden spent Jean, Mrs. L. E. Lee and Miss Alden ,
Richard Kriedler at the Clewiston hatch toms and hens.
;, the week end with relatives in Plant Maples shopped in West Palm Beach I ,

..,- City. Monday. hospital. ._ Write or see Mrs. J. D.
. FOR SALE One und..!

. Miss Stella Laird left Tuesday for Jack Kinsey, who is visiting with Robbins Swindell erground storage tank' Elliott, Palmdale, Fla.
\- his in South Bay, has beenin
Orlando where she will be employed
"' at the Air Base. Clewiston several days visiting old The many friends of F/O John with 50 gallons Green'sFuel

A(;,',' -.-- friends. Jack, who was a sergeantin Robbins wild be interested to knowof 1 in it. Priced $85.

t !'<'J ...' Mr. and Mrs.. Josiah Ferris of the Army, has recently receivedhis his marriage the 14th of September EASTER LILY BULBS
.- honorable discharge. to Miss Anne Swindell of Com- Tank on West Trinidad.
:;_: :;:: Washington, D. C., are spending several ,
merce, Georgia. She is the daughter 4 to 6 inch, $1.00 per:,dozen deliver ,
&Y days in Clewiston. Luther
\ Owens 805
; >._ If J ed. Smaller bulbs ,50c per dozen. '
, : Miss Renee Wethington, Miss Mar- of Mr. and Mrs. Holden Swindellof
'p" / Larger quantities, less, I IIRS.
:;\_ Cpl. Jack Spear, who is.stationed I jorie Combs, Miss Laura Bailey and Commerce. Broxton St., Jacksonville

;'1/ .'. at Valdosta, spent the week end here Miss Margaret VonMach were Friday F/O Robbins and a buddy were allowed 6 Fla. ) I. S. HALL'Lake Placid, FIn.

f V visiting friends. I visitors in Fort Myers where they at- to fly an AT-11 from Lincoln, I I

tended the gootball game. Nebraska to the Atlanta Air Base for
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ri y{, Mrs., Charles B. Owens of Hobe I the wedding since his leave was of ."I,I.

:': ".." Sound spent the week end here witn Mr. and Mrs. Christiansen and only a few days duration. Mrs. Rob-

: ", Mis. Ruth B. Owens. daughter, Miss Elise Christiansen, of bins planned to join her husband as

r\ Fort Pierce have purchased the A. soon!! as possible but to the presenthas \ S S

@ : Mrs. Gorda Collins and Mrs. A. W. Archibald home and will make been unable to do so because of QllqOi

V.c. ', Ward were in West Palm their home in Clewiston. the housing shortage.In ..
',".< '. V V '. shopping on Wednesday. a letter to his parents, Mr. and

x i' Ray Bass, former T/Sgt., who has Mrs. Joseph Robbins, this week, tbI

>; I just been returned to civilian life by John said that he is now instructingin
Kurt Golden,.who has been station
.... for ground school work in aircraft
visited friends here
I. the Army,
I: .'. ed in the South Pacific with tht U. S.Navy's I
,.:'fn. Sea Bees, returned Thursday. the week end. Ray is visiting rela- mechanics and navigation at the AAFin I I

.J,' tives in Okeechobee. I Lincoln.
\" .
;, ,' V Thomas.M. Waldron, Jr., Y 1cis
:''' J. Kelso, who been with Kerby First Honor Roll
: '; : expected home this week end from iV I
'. Saunders Inc., for more than a yearon
: .
: .. : ,' Jacksonville, where he was sent for
the starch factory, left here Tues- Published By School
separation from the U.'S. Navy. ,
;, ,.,:. day for Mobile, Ala., on a new con-
'/": struction job for his company. Prof. Quentin Evans, principal of :
;'. J. D. Leftwich, Jr., left Monday for
the Clewiston School, this week submitted -
i jBristol
Virginia where he will be I
Sgt. Evelyn Hare, WAC, left the first honor roll of the

_'. cy.associated Mrs. with Leftwich an automobile, Jr., and agen-Mrs.., Thursday to return to her post at school year, for the first six-week I 1000 First Street Fort Myers, Florida I
Fort Benning, Columbus, Georgia* period.
Leftwich, Sr;: accompanied him' to\\
))4'. She was ac'companled"to' We6F( Palm Grades are given only for the first BUY FROM THE CATALOG
West Palm Beach. Mrs. Leftwich,
). : I Beach taJaciard the train by Mrs., R. nine in senior high as follows: Louise -
Jr., is now in Miami visiting her
Over Additional Items
M. Hare, Jr., and 'Leroy Hare. Prewitt 95, Mary Louise Thomas 100,000
mother, Mrs. Henry Struppa in Coral
94.7, Jeanne Bartz 94.5, Caroline
Gables._ Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Rogers/ spent Berner 94.2, Betty Adams 93.7, Jo I Use Our Easy Payment Plan I

the week end in West Palm 'Beach Ann Crouch 93.1, Betty Ham 91.2

and Lake Worth.. Mr. and Mrs.' Shirley Owen 90.8 and Elsie Martin

J Herbert Mann of Lake Worth returned 90. Honorable mention in senior

home with them for ,a few days high school is given Nora Oglesby,

mDllJ visit. Frank Harben, Mary Ruth Johnson, ...., .
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=< : y; 7r "' "J.1; Annis Adams, Alfred Dunaway and
: Lt. and Mrs. R. T. Atkisson and Christine Espenlaub.

family of Brazilian Avenue, Palm I I! The Junior High honor roll lists k Watch This SpaceFor

Matinee 3:30 p.m. Xite 7-9 p.m. I' Beach, were the guests of Mr. and Mary Lois Hawkins, Joy Barker,
Mrs. ,Gene Powers Wednesday Lt.. I Prewitt Shelfer.
Sat & Sun. Mattinee, 3:00 p. 'in. 'I Anne and Wayne
Atkisson is. on terminal leave from The honor roll for grades 3
Continuous Information On Where To
i the U. S. Navy. through 6 is, without regard for

grade rankings; Sally McCarthy,
Week Philco RCA Victor Radios
Nov. 4V
; Miss Grace Ward, who attends Joyce Bartz) Jo Ann 'Pitzen, Janice -

Rosarian Academy in West Palm Magill, Joan Marshall, Claire Hedke,
Sun. & Mon., Nov. 4 & 5 Beach arrived Wednesday to visit Claire Jones, Patsy Casper, William I Speed Queen and Easy Washers ,

with Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward for Spencer, Billy Nall, Don McCormick, I Heaters
Estate Heatrola Ranges and
the remainder of the week. Mic- ,
Love a r Bobby Roland, Donald Reames, .

key Mooney Betty Sue Andrews, Frigidaire Products '
.j i I Mrs.' W. F. Nall and sons Walker Shari Land, Bethia Mueller, Buzzy 1
: adkkkr and Cecil, arrived this week from Christian and Ronald Skwes. Hon-
Pensacola after an absence of a year orable mention in these grades goes :; AU Soon

and a half. Mrs. Nail is expectingher to Thomas Spencer, Tommie Walton, Coming

husband home soon from the Helen Espenlaub, Emma Jane Ezelle, t

EXTRA-Censorship Lifted European Theatre of War. I I Patricia Ann Meredith, Elissa Mary ..
1 ... .,,... .
n '.iI'-T< --IS t!!'S: :il :ig: = ;OOX: ; =""' ''''' -.Ji. .m.i:!
, See U. S. Sub Make Daylight Mueller, Wilda Mage, John Perry.
Raid On Japan. Mrs. Frank Cox and Mrs. Egress Alline Reese, Linda Lee, Mildred Pel-

Suggs had as their dinner guests ham, Sharon Crochet, Edith Daugh- I

T" Sunday night, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. trey, Ann Driggers and Sylvia Beatty.
Tues. & Wed., Nov. 6 & 7 The occasion the birth- l l lJJit ,; :tI
Blount was No roll Is given for the first two 'F Y 1.rtt
Double Feature s I day of Mrs. Blount, who was surprised grades since the method of grading
with a birthday cake and gifts BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNEIC
; does not permit accurate consideration -
\.: V .:: with Jock Benny presented by the hostesses.Ed of individual grades. 7 10 A. 31.

"TELL IT TO A iSTAIl" I Collier, formerly a icsidPnt of MRS. LAWRENCE ENTERTAINS

\V VV Mirth With, Music Clewiston, visited friends here Satur- BRIDGE CLUB FRIDAY

"" I day. He has been working for the For A Relaxing Meal-Dine In A
Thurs. & Fri., Nov. 8 & 9 government on a project in Rio de The Friday evening bridge club

,: i;.... r=-- ---- I Janiero and is at present enjoying a met last week at the home of Mrs. '
Pleasant Atmosphere
,:., ANDREW STONE paK.tidsoc2e (stay in Tampa with relatives befor" A. W. Lawrence on Ponce de Leon '
'.?' tt I returning to South America. Ave. Mrs. C. L. McLendon won pot- .

:: B ) tery for holding high score, Mrs. R. .- tV, J You'll Find Good Food and Gracious 1
. '" ; Mr. and Mrs. Loyd C, Kelly arrived M. Hare, Jr., won stationery for Service at The' "
'A; Manner' this week from Missouri and second high and a china holder was

, V are living in the Kelly apartment onE given to Mrs. E. O. Ward as conso-
:,:s JOHN RUTH HUSS Y' : Osceola Avenue. V Mr. Kelly has lation. CLEWIST IN-N

,i I just received his honorable discharge The hostess served pumpkin pie
Special: I from the U. S. Navy and is on terminal and coffee to Mrs. McLendon, Mrs. : :I' .
,' :V. .' "Our Secret Weapons of War" : "
,. .. ,,'. leave. Hare, Mrs. Ward, Mrs. R. C. Nowl- : AC'y :
I ing, Mis., V. C. Woodward, Mrs. Foy V .
" ;: '. tyr. and Mrs. E. B. Currie and
Sat., Nov. 10 Durrence H. and
Mis. C. Thompson
i daughter, Lovvorn, are expected to Mrs. G. E. Etherton, Meet Your Friends In Our
return to Clewiston this week end to
j visit Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Loworn. Mr.
t>:: ,. ., Currie has received his honorable
discharge from the Army. They have
. ( }{ I been living at Lake Charles, Louisi- furnished 6- room
ti rar P. 31. To 12 P. 31.
Open. 11 A. 31. To 2 P. M.1
ana. home. Nice
rI' i I sleeping
T DEV iE RIMS co aa -
C011Em LYOlS Flu's llfhlli Dr. and Mrs.' W. O. Rigby were porch, 3 lots. Must be
: hosts Wednesday evening at a Hallo
A UNIVERSAL PICTURE 102 we'en weiner roast in the yard of seen to be appreciated.Mrs. BUFFET DINNER SUNG NIGh TSi

New Serial "Jungle Queen" I their home on the ridge' at the barbe- M. Valaer, Moore TO

.... : cue grill. Guests were Mrs. Orvjl
-1' Rigby, mother of Dr. Rigby, of MI- Haven. 2tc. :. r 1l' 'if; : :;rr




Govt. DeficitSpending President Truman Reconversion'' ,,in South I -- -

for Takes Part In Found RapidExcept MERCHANT MARINE

Jobs Decried Victory Loan Movie Tasre/o ,QPneri an hipr '-' (
for the aircraft and ship-

building industries, where the ''prob-
Dy James Preston Washington, D. C.-President Tru- lem is actually that of contraction VWENBiElfcTJCOPSHIP

WAITCENGTON There .is need man will appear im a special Victory from an abnormal wartime demand, -, TASkS AKE COMPLETE

for d?. -ite action by Government, Loan motion picture, "Peace Comesto reconversion in the South is going i r o. AMERICAN PASSENGER

ae V+i- .is by management, labor, America," according to a War ahead rapidly despite the many I w UNEK WILL BEECONVEKTE&TD

and i be rest of us, if we are to Finance Division Treasury Depart- problems connected to changing over 1 .% % y' ..

develop a more effectively functioning ment. Featured with the President to peacetime production.This Y}c ,. ;., :. %: PEACETIME TRADES '
economy, according to will be Secretary of the Treasury, is the conclusion drawn by N"' "' NEW SHIPS AREON II <
Walter B. Weisenburger, execu- Fred M. Vinson, and National War THE WAYS, MLLE
Russell Porter, Reconversion Editorof rr ,
tive vice president of the National Finance Director Ted R. Gamble. ( IN SERVICE/ SHORTLY
the New York Times who, with 20
Assn. of Manufacturers.But Produced by the Motion Picture
other ace newspapermen, is inspecting -
says the spokesman for the and Special Events Section of the 50 industrial plants in 20 ( *

14,000 firms which produce most War Finance Division, "Peace Comesto cities from coast to coast on an aer- yi ,45 =
of our goods and employ' most of the America," written and directed by ial tour. I 1

manufacturing labor force, "that Lt. Lothar Wolfe, U. S. C. G., and WARPEVEIJOPMENTS SUCHA '
the business and ,
Government action must be intelligently Lt. Howard Barnes, U. S. N. R., "By and large RADAR WILL PLAY AN 't /

applied," adding: headlines a group of 16 mm. films to industrial managers interviewedon IMPORTANT FAIN CONTINUING k : -
this trip have been highly opti- TUE AMERICAN
"It must not be just an extension be shown exclusively free of admis- FOR
mistic over the prospects for quick OPERATIN6 THE y ,
of the deficit spending tactics which sion at bond rallies and programs
and successful reconversion and a NO LONGER; WILL ICEKR6S, ,
Government used in the 1930'swhich during the drive, beginning October
FO&S "".
sustained post-war prosperity based !1kSI4TS BE ATUREA7 '
the record to have 29.
proves "
on full production and employment, !
been so pathetically futile." Fourteen short features have been ;.
Mr. Porter reports, "unless the present -
Never Fell BelowOfficial made for the Treasury by the Army, AIR CONDITIONING, ,
strikes disputes "
Navy and Marine Corps, and Army
data show, Mr. Weisen- '
broadens into widespread and I SPEED AND SAFETY WILL 4/
burger reports, that during the JU Air Forces. These films have been I
prolonged interruption of production.I
1900 through 1929whenit ticketed for Victory Loan '16 mm. I ?i. % 1 y \- '
years "They see in the concept of an expanding TEAVELLECS ON U'
showings. Edward Di-
was assumed that individual en- Shugrue, s.U.r %J
terprise could and would provide rector of. Motion Pictures and Special ecomomy great opportunities 'r HE Br l WAI yj5 ,;I; / rr+'.%'r; 7

Events for the War Finance Division, for the development of the less
"full employment, the country nev- said that these have been selected industrial sections, of the country.
er fell more than two per cent below as
that "full employment" for more outstanding historical documents, "California's businessmen have

than two consecutive years. many depicting hitherto undisclosed been particularly}' enthusiastic in

1930-1939 details of the war's final phases. their forecasts of boom times, both
Du:. the 10 years of
? Others, he stated, constitute pictorial from industrialization and from
when Government started taking a
records of the greatly expanded post-war tourist
highly important
hand in the creation of "full em-

ploym-p. however, the average of work being done In the hospitals and traffic." .YOUR SNIP WuETNR ITf AN .
the' IflJKir force which was; able to rehabilitation centers, details of. rad- Boomtimo Years "V !O OCEAN LINE OR A CRUISE VESSEL

. find Jui.. was 13.4 per cent BELOW ar and other scientific developmentsin By next spring when most plants WILL PROVIft THE FINES IN <(OhS 7T
"full employment." the Army and Navy research will have been fully reconverted and I AND PLEASURE, SACK VOUK MEROW

"That record," says the NAM executive laboratories. and studies of the unprecedented will have acquired sufficient materials MARINE...IWEL&d WPAME&! Ci V
situations faced by our and orders to get into fullscaleoperations'
"certainly does justifythe
occupation forces. Mr Porter asserts, -
that Government
substitute for individual enterprisemust Shugrue estimated that 50,000,000 "With abundant 'jobs available be- Cream Price you rest.

be found if we are to attain people throughout the country wouldsee cause of the tremendous pent-up demand To ; Take my yoke upon you and learnof
these films during the, Victory Stay Up me, for I am meek and
lowly in
our goal of full employment. for goods, both in this country "
Loan Mobile units are being heart and shall
you find rest
"Indeed, viewed superficially, and in foreign nations that need Says OPA unto-
to tour the farm and rural soul
the record suggests that the best your for my yoke is easy and
: areas, and screenings will be held in rehabilitation. my burden is light.St. .
way to attain full employment is for
Government to stay as far away schools, stores and churches in every Dairy farmers who fear a reduc- Matthew 11th chapter 28th

from the problem as possible! But, section of every state. Cooperationby sib e to Achieve a substantial increase tion in cream 'prices because of the through 30th verse. -
the U. S. Office of Education and removal
unquestionably, that IS superficial." in showings over the 7th War of the government subsidyon Evangelist Oriel Sealey.
the Department of Agriculture in butter were reassured today by ,
securing the use of additional'16 mm. Loan, during which audiences totaled Dr. James S. Thomas
District Director -
IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID Establishing air freight shipments
sound projectors should make it poa- 33,500,000, he concluded. in Miami.
DO IT (NOW of' Florida produce to northern mar-

With, the removal of thA fivA rant I kets is a major objective of the State
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subsidy on butter, the OPA will per Marketing Board, Director WilliamL.

., mit creameries and wholesalers to Wilson of Florida State Farmer's

i j increase their ceiling price five cents! Markets states

per pound, ,Dn Thomas explained,

thus creameries will be able to pay

c' the farmer the same prices,for creamas QUOTEI
.' \:!; OFTE 1
'." F ., Althoughjamilles have to pay WEEk
r fora --
.J' more loundfof butter since ,the **>*.
r ; i"! removal of the subsidy, the total cost "I dent know anything about, :

of living will be no higher than it j burglary."-:'Al Jennings, 8S,

was at the time the war ended, he once "terror of the Southwest," I

pointed out.According. now raising chickens in, Calif.' I

to Bureau of Labor J

:. :. Statistics, consumer prices droppedtwo I "She doesn't mean any more I

tenths of one point from July to this court than Joe Zilch."- '
I 15 to August 15. The effect of the
( I I Detroit Judge, threatening contempt
'" increased butter prices will be balanced proceedings against actress I''
this '
by decline and lower Martha Raye. I

"I ,-.. prices of potatoes and other itemsof

,.,.1.j importance in the family budget,
he added. "I cannot imagine any more :
inflationary ;
proposal. -Senator

,. employment"u."Highball
/ .\, '
::;.. before dinner good
: ) \r ',:'" night's sleep, fewer letters from
to righteousness and sin
: :.- .' \ :: not, for some have not the ,know- voters.-Prescription for tiredCongressmen

./: ledge of God: I speak this to :your from Capt.,Geo. W.
Calvcr, Capital phy. icitln.
shame. I Corinthians, 15 chapter, I

34th verse. Let us not sleep as do
others, following Christ means more "We cannot and will not use

than shaking hands with the preacher money saved np for many years
-' .' .,- and signing the card, and goingon for the purpose of modernizing

in our same old ungodly sins and expanding our plants, and
I!, every !day. Be sure your sins will for providing more good jobs, to

find.: you out. pay excess wages ,for work not

I For it is written, as I have faith performed. This money cannot be

saith the Lord, every knee shall bow spent twice.-Pres. C. E. Wilson -

i; : Our Service Stations and dealers in this vicinity to me, and every tongue shall con- I General Motors, refusing
I fess to God. Romans 14ht CIO
chapter, demand for S0% pay boost.
I now have the new CROWN and CROWN 11th verse. And as it is appointedunto

man once to die, but after this
EXTRA -" "Oh, its Northern charm and
,4 gasolines. the .
: : judgment. Hebrew 9th chapter, -
I I 27th verse. Southern: efficiency!"-Senator

Magnnson, Wash. State, on the .
They the Come unto me all ye labor
are motor fosis we have nation's capital.
: and
are heavy laden and I will give

':;: ever offered. ," -
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J 'r's.; Be sure to get CROWN or CROWN EXTRA.... ', ,

.; F\: t.I' .,.r6 available here now only_ where you see, these Flamingo Brand

.: .
: pumps.
".' .

j I !);1I ',.< I DAIRY FEED

I .We are sorry Roughage and Concentrated Feeds
VM can't have these new gasoline\ o 1"11

esrr when in the state at once, EXTRA
Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users
: bttt tbey'll be everywhere soon. __

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, CLEWISTON METHODIST Preaching ........:........... 11:00 a.m. for all ages.I10rning traveling around the country today i would be a big gale,
II CHURCH I Evangelist Service ...... 7:00 p.m. Worship, 11:00 a m. A. is_ a keen specialist in management, '' Engulf us in trouble and land us, la
t Rev. W. S. Bozeman, Minister Prayer Meeting Tues... 7:15 p.m.I'L. nursery for small children is con- production, engineering, "or one or jail.
:, W. W. B., Wed. -.... 3:00 p.m. ducted by the Mothers' Club at the the other technical profession," Mr. j In fact she could keep all the townin
Church School ............__-... 7:15I P. E., Thurs. .......... 7:15 p.m. Community Center. Porter reports. a stew,
I f Evening Worship ............. 7:45 Each of you have a cordial invi- "The Mucker Pose" is the themeof "With some exceptions, of If she'd tell the tenth part of the
Parents are urged to bring their tation to attend one ,and all of these the minister's sermon. course, he is not out to smash the things that she knew. )J
children:: to.the Church School classes. : services. Westminster Fellowship 6:00 p.m. unions break
I or down wage scales. Oh, really now doesn't it make your:
Mrs. H. E. Walker is starting a new J, Galatians: 1:13: For ye have He thinks it Is better businessto head whirl
class for beginners. : heard of conversation in time You are cordially invited to wor- provide
'{I My jobs and wages that' will When you think what you owe to the
The theme of the Evening Worship past In the Jews' religion, how that ship with us.Reconversion. sustain the buying power of consumers telephone girl.
f hour will be "What Am I Worth beyond measure I persecuted the at reasonable prices to himself Contributed .
i to The World?" This is a follow-up Church of God, and washed it. Held Up than to enforce extortionate prices. by- ,
service of last Sunday which was Mildred Kolstad,
: and profits at the risk of drivingthe I
, "What Is It Worth to Have A ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC By Fat ShortageNeed customers of all industry out oil{ Chief Operator, I. T. & T.
Church?" All Methodists and friendsof CHURCH Above all, he does not want anoth- -

the Methodist Church are urged Fr. Peter J. Rcilly, Pastor for fats and oils to provide their jobs and out of the market.

to participate. Mass Clewiston:00 a. m. this country with many of the essen- er depression or another war." I F. Deane Duff I
Mass, Pahokee-11:00 a. m.
tials have without duringwar
,', ASSEMBLY: OP GOD we gone
years is so great that the Officeof Farm Feeds REAL ESTATE
South Clewiston
Price Administration the De- BROKER
tl Rev. W. H. Magee, Pastor CHURCH and: More AbundantThis
partment of Agriculture have an- Glade, Hendry and Palm Bench
Sunday school, 10:00 a. m. County Landfl for More Than
nounced additional bonus of two
Services ; at 8:30
every Sunday: Year 23 Year
: 11:00 .
Morning Worship, : a. m.Children's
for used
ration pound
a. m., at Clewiston Community points per
Church, 6:30 p. m. '
kitchen fat. This means that the
Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m. I Church.THE
REV., S. D., MASON government is now offering four Farmers in South Florida Dis-
Prayer and Praise serv-
'Tuesday ,
'Priest in Charge. points'plus four cents a pound for trict were told today by Dr. James S. I
lice, 7:30 m. ,
. p. used kitchen fats.Twothirds. Thomas
--- District Director in
tf Thursday, Young People's Serv- COMMUNITY GULF LIFE INSURANCE.
'g ; i CLEWISTOX Wasted Miami that they may expect a favor- I
j :Ice, 7:30 p. m.
CHURCH Approximately two-thirds of a po- able feed supply for this year.
I IR David C. Hancock, Minister tential supply of 500 million poundsis Dr. Thomas pointed out that thenation's Nottingham, Agent f
Box 0327
still wasted, despite all appeals. total production of all feed
r' ev. R. R. Holland, Pastor r Sunday, October 28, 1945 Salvaging these used fats does not drops, including the large hay crop Clewiston -
Sunday School. 9:45 a. m., Dr. C. curtail their use in the home, yet it and a sizeable tonnage of sorghum I
: 'Sunday School .:.......... 10:00 a.m. I E. Gerlcke, superintendent. Classes does help provide raw materials for forage, is predicted to be the second

America's industries. largest ever produced.
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roasting pans and broilers; resid- pay' somewhat higher prices for mill-
ual grease after frying bacon, saus- feeds ,during the war period, he ex- Johnson's Fish Camp I j

; ,l For age and other meat products of high plained, the rise is considerably lower (Near Hurricane Gate)
fat content; grease skimmed from than for a corresponding periodof Cleiviston, Fin. f
;i Complete Radio Service stews or meat-base soups; used lard, World War I. Boats and Motors-Guide Service
vegetable shortenings and cooking
Citing a comparison of feed pricesin Hates Treasonable I
oils; fats cut from meats during the year following the first World \V. H.( Johnson Mer.X .
Call preparation, and left-overs; all fats I War with today's feed prices to show
and oils that are products of cooking that present prices are much lower,
-have a multitude of important Dr. Thomas said, that bran prices

MARKETTE RADIO AND APPLIANCE SALESTemporary uses.Products I were $6.25 per ton higher in 1920 :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.....:..:..:.
made from theso fats than today; cottonseed meal was :?: FOR
help to make soaps, medicines, tires, I $15.50 per ton higher; linseed meal ::
high resistant paints, hydraulic was $29.50 more than today's price, .. TAXICABSDAY *
fluids, Pharmaceuticals, fabrics, metal and gluten feed was $21.25 a ton ::: AND NITE SERVICE :
workings, food products, tanningand more than at present.Number : I
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fungicides, and many other t
products. PleaseThe .iNN:NNiNN:-:NNNNNNNNNNN":":":":::;:::

Acute Need
The acute need for fats in production telephone girl sits in her chair
of the above essentials and And listens to voices from every-

Chrysler Plymouth Agency many others has lead to the increase where, t tfor
in bonus points for kitchen fat and She hears all the gossip, she knows Cut flowers for delivery here or

... .; ..:..:..:.:..:. it is hoped by the government, the I'I all the news, delivery anywhere in U. S. i

:-f, Large Stock of Parts Now On Hand fat salvage committee and other cooperating She knows who is happy, and who by wire.
agencies that four ration has the blues. MRS. J. M. FOUNTAIN
points and four cents per pound will She knows of our troubles, she knowsof Day Phone 82 Night Phone 148-W
' t New, cars will be available soon. Get your name on be sufficient incentive to induCe the: our strife, .

our .list at once women of America to stop kitchen I She knows every man who talks mean
waste and to help wipe out the fats i to his wife. ( --r. .-. ....

\ Now Located 'at Sinclair Station Until New, Building ', and oils deficit, which will continue''' In fact there'sa curl secre_ Ji"..,.:aga" .-th each ,.N......................................."....... ;...............;.......N............
I well on into 1946, according to-pres- saucy -
Is Completed > tV/, ent estimates of available supply.By I On that quiet demure-looking tele- GUS L.:.CANTRELL, SR.: :::;
saving used fats and turning phone girl. t X
.. Electrical Contractor :::
George Beck Owner & them in promptly to butchers, If the telephone 'girl told all she
Manager ::
American women can, help 'industry.to knowsIt P. O. BOX 1338 ?
,r make available all of those would turn half our friends to ::: 343 Ventura Ave. :x:

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comfort and standard of living. .

Women of America must wipe ...-

,III! .. out the fats deficit, they must stop
wastes. Only the women of Americacan

do this job. THE NEW FORD

: How Can One

>, Furniture Company Be Defeatist '
1.. In America?' are


it : QUALITY FURNITURE REGULARLY AND INVITE YOUR "It is hard understand how ;-'r-! "" ( '_.".,'",".' ."",'* ,,,.'>',<,' ,'., 'r "1""" """' C_" < ,, ,, .".>. "
f; PERIODIC VISITSTO OUR DISPLAY ROOM IN THE anyone about can the be future a doubter of America or defeatist especially -- I y?: ;t' : ; :: 'I ] !

"'._ "' HAY BUILDING its prospects for successful- : = .
If'" reconversion from war to peace pro-
I .' duction, once he has taken the trou- v

a -, Place your order. row for new General Electric Appliances ble to go into the field for first- ,.., .
hand observations of its ,tremen-
'"\J" { dous new economic and social fron- I

: : : tiers.With" this statement, Russell
--- Porter, Reconversion Editor of The : C

New York Times, sums up the results ;;
VING of the first week of the aerial
J ; q tour being made by 20 of the na- : .,:w..rin.,+rscsH c>sieve.. tiwilowerr3tS.l aha i: .. brwr..ka.zoJbaLa'+.J i
ti.:' or roueINVIftM/ 1 .ion's ace newspapermen of 50 industrial -
w plants in 20 cities from
I : Ws coast to coast, to see for them-
I I 42 to Choose FromHere's
- about, Types
s selves, and report the facts
!i' I'f Q America's manufacturing plants.
C04Q Full Speed Ahead
"As far as this country is con-' good news for truck operators.A .
cerned," Mr. Porter continues, "the new shipment of 1946 Ford trucks has
theory of 'the last frontier' and arrived and.Js ready for your inspection.
fl savingsaccount 'economic maturity,' which once Truck operators can select replacementsfrom

seemed so plausible' has now run a,list of 42 Ford truck body models '
b into the reality of mass productionand and types-each truck-engineered to do

is distribution and the new air specific 'kinds of hauling and delivery
age, not to speak of the comingera work economically. '
I' I of atomic energy.
/ / "In State after State, city after Ford trucks are good trucks in any busi- ,
" personalpreparedness city, 'factory after factory, evidence ness. That's why there 'are more Ford I
thrusts itself forward that American trucks on the road, on more jobs, for more '

free enterprise which, built up ; good reasons. .
the: great industrial power on which '.'
the United Nations' victorious 'war ,
: s machines was founded, is driving
z against full speed' ahead to repeat this per- -
formance in the postwar period.
4ijjjjc the future. America Key to Peace
",' "It has the physical resources,

f I the'can do'-the managerial will to'know-how'make America and Hendry County Motors Inc.

\ Clewiston Federal Savings and Loan itself prosperous prosperous and and to to make America it the itself ,

key to world prosperity and peace." CLEWISTON ''FLORIDAaI
Association ,
i "The typical businessman and
f industrialist which one meets when


"Pilot's Club" Has Chevrolet, J, B. McCrary Engineer-! Election Acts' of 1941, the following described

Jackson ConleyMrs. lug Company, Kerby Saunders, Bi-] 1i3 ij. t wit lands in Henry. County, Florida, to- ,,C.'

Been Rented To Jones shop Wilson Lumber Company, Gid-I -- I AH Section 21, Township 47 s

\V. P. Conley announced this den's Furniture Co., Musgravo and (Continued from rage 1) Range 34 E;

week the marriage: of her daughter; Moon's Barber Shop, Clewiston Beauty -'! naud, Mrs. Gussie Crawford, Mrs.'I Range All Section 32 E; 25, Township 44 S .";.''",,%".,
the rIdge owned by
Jluth: to Sgt Willie Joe Jackson of The house on Shop, Clewiston Laundry, Sugar Mamie Hires, Bay Daniels, inspectors; :> EVS NEM NWii Section 2.}, .
the United States Sugar Corporation, 'I I Township 43 S Range 34 E; '.':
Rochelle, Georgia on October Bowl, R. M. Burchard, clerk. Polling placa i
under lease for the past four years to : will be offered for sale at public out -
The wedding look\place in Abbeville, Riddle Field as'a Pilot's Club, has Clewiston Dry Goods Co., Standard l is the Duval garage j I cry for the highest and best cash bid. ';
Georgia with Mrs. Grady Cook of Bembry's Service Station, Three trustees will be elected in subject to the right of the Board of ';,f'.
Service, |
been rented to Henry S. Jones, newassistant of Everglades Drainage '
Rochelle and another friend of the superintendent for the Herring and Hudspeth Ice Co., Hen- each of the -school districts. Candi- District to reject any and all bids, at ;" ;

bide as witnesses. Mrs. Jackson corporation.plant dry County Motors, Inc., Beck's serIvice dates at Felda, Cecil V. Granger,! :A.the M.courthouse on the beginning 3rd day of November 10 o'clock, '.>, >r..,::

wore a blue and white coat suit. Station, Vaughn & Wright, Sug- i Mark White and C. C. McGowin haveno ? Easement for drainage and reclamation .;
The bride has been employed by During/ the past week extensive arland Service Station, Clewiston|; opposition except what might appear purposes will be reserved, ..
I and 50 .
the house percent of all petroleum will be .
have been made to :
The United States Sugar Corporationfor repairs Fish Co., Weaver & Cason Radio and i from write-ins on the ballot. reserved by the Everglades Drainage ,, '.>
I I '
the past three years. Sgt. Jack- and the interior has been redecorated Electric Service, Tom Toulis' Restaurant -| Since no. one qualified at Fort De-|'{I DIstrica. .',

son has been in service for four throughout. Mr. Jones' family IsI Oglesby's Bra, Langford Ser-, naud, voters will be forced to write]I I i BOARD EVERGLADES OF COMMISSIONERS DRAINAGE 0(0'i .
October in Lakeland and they will occu- I DIS- .1
years, receiving his discharge' now vice Station and Taxis, Eddie's Cafe in the names favored for'acting as TRICT

17th, after three years overseas py their new home on or before December Gulf Oil Co:, i, trustees. At LaBelle five names will I By William T. Hull, Clerk of Circuit .
duty in Africa, Sicily, England, i. Pty I h: Court of Hendry County,
I Clewiston Motor Co., Mack's Drug appear on the ballot, the incumbentsG. I Florida as Agent for said Board.
Fiance and Germany. He wear M. Watson and Dennis Small, also time
Mrs. B, E. Nail Mr.
Store, Mr. and I
three campaign'ribbons.. i Spooner Attends and Mrs. J. M.: Fountain Toggery Art Reckwerdt Frank A. Taylor and _
The young couple are at present Everett Burchard. The Clewiston
Parkinson's Inc., Royals Groc- I
making their home in Clewiston withthe Chevrolet ShowingHub Shop ballot
contains the names of Carl E
ery, B & Z Meat Market, B & B Groc-
bride's mother. :Mrs. Conley was Johnson Martin
Frankli nStore, SeminoleGift W. H. and Evelyn
ery, Ben
hostess at a wedding dinner party
Sikes, and opposition there will!
Spooner, Chevrolet dealer at Shop, Dixie Crystal Theatre, any '
in honor of the Jacksons.
Sunday be from write-ins. CLEWISTONLOTS
Clewiston returned from Jacksonvillethe : Barney's Service Station, Townsite I j i i
nests were :Mr. and :Mrs. C. B. Garrett '
first of the week where he at- Harlem Commissary, i
Mr. I
:Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Conley,
tended preview of the new 1946 Warehouse, Clewiston I '
and :Mrs. L. C. Nipper of Lake Har- a U. S. S. C. Ration Office ,
,Chevrolet at the company's zone News, Lakeside Dairies, Pahokee
bor and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rogersof I (Continued from 1)
Pahokee. headquarters.He Bakery, Southern Bakery and Clew- I page ,

was reluctant to discuss the iston Inn. .
modities still remaining on the ration \
mechanical and style features of the
Dr. and Mrs. Lott list Rationing of shoes was discon-
new car, but by his eager 'attitude It '
Dr. Gericke- tinued the first of this week and all SALES HAVE INCREASED

Leave ,Ij or Carolina was apparent that he expected the rationing is expected to be suspended -
formal announcement and public VERY RAPIDLY IN THE
within a few more weeks on
-- I showing of the car to be at an early (Continued from page 1)

Dr.. and Mrs. W. L. Lott left Sunday i by analysis, and the following meth- sugar. PAST SIX MONTHS

morning for Raleigh, North date.Mr.. Spooner said he and other ods are used: volumetric for measur-

Carolina where Dr.Lott has accepted confidentthat ing volume, colormetric for measur-
: dealers in the, area were Tallahassee Florida .
a post at the North Carolina the 1946 Chevrolet' will maintain ing color, conductmetric for measuring October 30th, 11)45:: ..

'State College as Research Professor. sales electricity, poliascopic which is a I ; NOTICENOTICE'
the record of top volume Is hereby given that the
He was associated for six years while which Chevrolet reached in 10 of the method of projecting light into sub- Trustees of the Internal ImprovementFund DO NOT LET THE ONE 1
here with the United States Sugar stance t odetermine the strength of of the State of Florida will offer
of automobile i
last 11
prewar years I for sale and will receive competitive
Corporation as soil technologist. His production, to meet the unprecedented the object being tested. bids in Tallahassee Florida, at 11:00 YOU WANT GO TO
"work at ,the*--North- Carolina school demand for Dr. Gericke also told of the analysis I o'clock A. M December 4th, 1945 for
pent-up new lands in HENDRY COUNTY, describedas
will be principally -the, investigation, Following the same policy as in of the feed. Now that this product follows: SOMEONE ELSE \
of small fruits is being marketed every batch of Wof Section 11, Township 46
former years, the, new Chevrolet will South, Range 32 East,
Among.-the.many.: civic duties assumed be displayed simultaneously in dealers' feed must be tested to see that it con-' THIS NOTICE is published in compliance .. i
by Mrs. Lott during her residence forms to the standards set by the with Sections 270.07, 270.08 and ;
showrooms throughout: the coun-
270.09. Florida Statutes 1941.
here was the presidency of the try, Spooner said. State Department of Fertilizer and The successflu bidder is to pay the I I

'G a l' den Club, library'chairman Feeds. Along with other research, advertising cost. Price Trend Is i
The Trustees of the Internal Improvement -
.since the inception of this activity, he said, the fibre of the cane' is Fund reserve the right to I
P.-T. A. Carnival-
Girl Scout work, property' manager checked regularly.The reject any, and all bids. UpwardbetterBUY
BY ORDER of the Trustees of Internal -
'of the Cadet Club and for a time she speaker said that field type Improvement Fund of the State t.,

conducted a nursery for pre-kinder- (Continued from page 1) experiments cheeks types 'of soil and I of Florida.Millard NOWCLEWISTON
i F. Caldwell, Governor.
garten children.Dr. Carnival and Dance: various types of fertilizers to as'cert- Attest

and Mrs. Lott were very active Clewiston Package Store and Cane- ain their reaction on the productionof F. C. Elliot, Secretary -
Trustees I. I. Fund.
In the community life and contributed brake, Espenlaub's Garage, StandardOil starch. An inedible sweet potato ( Nov. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, 1945 EBEIm

a great deal to the various activities Mack's Dry Cleaning, ChristianIN will be used in the production of I

in which they were engaged. It I starch in the new factory. I REALTY

is with regret that their many friends Mrs. M. M. Prewitt made an announcement NOTICE Of INTENTION
lid them farewell. 'the P.-T. A. TO SELL, LAND
:Nov 1st, 1045
tendance.The pursuant to Section 15 (1) Chapter
[I 20658 Laws of Florida, Acts of 1941.
{ '- only visitor at the meetingwas and Section 67, Chapter 14717, Laws of
.; Committee DIVORCE I W. L. Spoor II Florida Acts of 1931 as amended Sec-
NOTICE The Executive
: ANNA LEAHY SHIELDS,. ; tion 11 Chapter 20658 Laws of Florida, IDIZSa i 4
,of the Girl Scouts will meet Monday Plaintiff
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{ 'evening, November 5th, in the vs.
Library at 8:15 p. m. Defendant. '

: Mr. Elmer' Eugene Shields'Hiawasse ..-.. .
VFW 'Meeting Led CollegeMadisonville.. Tennessee : ;: '.

I You are hereby required to file an
:By Department appearance in the court above described < I ?
on the 3id day of December,
I 1945, at the County Court House in La- Now :,
Commander Morris relic, Ilendry County Florida and Open !
thereafter to file such defenses as you :
may desire or be advised in responseto : t
The VFW meeting held Tuesday ; the suit above entitled which is a :
night in'the.. city hall was well :I suit for divorce. Clewiston News is :
hereby designated as the newspaper in .
tended by state officials, at:1:1! which this order shall be publishedonce / .a.1
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4. .,,' e ""
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f : ,
Commander Morris and District a week for four consecutive i iI '1. .. .,. .' '' : .. 'i'i-" '" ," :''''
weeks. Herein fail not under penalty of /0..1/- ".- ; : ; :' :r' :;
mander Weisenburger being presentto I I I :, .
,, default. .. .< ;' :\ ,. ",
DONE AND ORDERED at LaEellc., .- I I -;
school the local post's officials inproper I C' ; wls4on"0 t.
I I '(-'
Hendry County Florida, this 2nd day \ ',: ;.
procedure and method. After I i of November, 1945. .'

'the, school Commander Morris gavea j Hendry Clerk County of Circuit, Florida Court' 0 ;. \;; : t irA

talk on the Annual Encampment : By Inez Jlaprill .
held at Chicago early last mouth and Deputy Clerk .
J; .
discussed the plans put forward by J..1\1. Couse COCKTAIL '

the national organization for vet- Moore Haven, Florida ; )
Solicitor for Plaintiff \
eran's legislation. i I Nov.; 2, 9, 16, 23.
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