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: November 9, 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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iIsland' Refunding Cast Only In 19 Clewiston Votes Are Building Boom. Appears

I Approved By Landowners A* Trustee ElectionAt Imminent For ClewistonSecretary

'the trustee' election held .
J! "f> school ---------- ---- ----- ---- -
here Tuesday, only nineteen votes i -
r Miner To Succeed G., H. Two Local Women were cast and the three candidates of AgricultureTo Two More' Business,

whose names appeared on the ballot,
Williams As ThirdSupervisor Injured In Train- Carl E. Johnson, W. N. Martin and Speak \At Farm N Buildings Planned

I Mrs. Evelyn Sikes were unanimously
Car CollisionI elected as trustees for Clewiston Bureau Convention HighwayJoe

I I School Tax District No. 7. -

, I At a meeting of the landowners of Mrs. W. A. 'Hutchinson and Mrs.R. I The four and a half mill school Orlando Clinton P. Anderson Griffin local commercial fish.

Diston Island Drainage District held E. Ault were injured Tuesday levy as recommended by the county United States Secretary of Agriculture erman and wholesale dealer began

Saturday afternoon in the Glades morning when' the light truck''' in I school board was also approved in will give the feature address on hauling In concrete blocks this weekto

County Courthouse in Moore Haven which they were riding collided withan this as in all other county districts. the first day program of the fourth a site on Sugarland Highway just
there were sixteen of the landowners FEC locomotive at South Bay annual meeting of the Florida Farm east of George Beck's new buildingfor
cast in La-
Fifty-one votes were
i, present representing 16,346 acres of near 'the railroad station about 9:30a. Bureau Federation opening in Or- the construction of a business
\with Bur-
R. E.
Belle Dennis Small
) 'land in the district and it was agreed m. The back end of the truck is lando November 15. This will mark building with three store-rooms.
chard and Arthur Reckwerdt_ electedas
that the refunding program recently said to 'have been demolished. the first time in eighteen years thata Construction is expected to start
submitted for approval by the A. Mrs. Ault who was driving suffered Federal Secretary of Agriculturehas within a couple of weeks on this

E. Morrison Company of Miami several broken ribs and numerous At Felda H. G. Atchley was elect- paid a visit to Florida. building which will be of concrete

should be started at once. bruises. Her condition was at first ed on a write-in vote over Cecil Anderson will arrive in Orlandothe block construction with' a stucco ex-

At the election of supervisors believed to be critical. Grainger. The other two candidates morning of, the 15th and will terior and plaster interior finish.

both incumbent supervisors were reelected Mrs. Hutchinson released Wed- whose names appeared on the ballot visit groves, packing houses canning Each room will be 25 'by 60 feet.

R. Y. Patterson of Clewiston nesday from the local hospital aftertreatm'ent C. C. McGowin and Mark' White were plants and a pulp mill before makinghis These rooms will be for rent, one of

for a three-year term J. E. Friersonfor for the bruises she received elected. speech which will be broadcastat them having already been contractedfor

. the two-year term and C. E. as a result of the crash. I In Fort Denaud there were no 3 p. m. Later in the afternoon he Mr. Griffin states.

IMIner was elected third member for According to an eye witness in candidates and not a single vote was will visit cattle and dairy ranches in Just west of and adjacent to the

the one-year term succeeding GlenH. South Bay the locomotive was 'moving polled. It is probable that trustees Central Florida. new B. and B. Grocery building now

Williams.. slowly and the engineer was will be appointed by the county board under construction, a new drug store
Reports from the commodity com- '
The' bond syndicate is expected to blowing the' train whistle. Mrs. for this _district. mittees of the bureau will occupy will be erected very shortly by the

proceed at once with refunding details Hutchinson who operates the local Election officials for Clewiston the remainder of the Thursday as- Elliott Drug, Company according toa

and have three months in which trailer camp, claims that she did not were :Mrs. Louise Hare, Mrs. G. B. sembly. A banquet will be held at sign ,placed on the site this week

to obtain the agreement of a ,ma- see or hear the approaching train, Rackstraw and Judson Francis, inspectors 7:30 p. m. Thursday at the Greater by Lt.-Col. Elliott who is planning to

jority of the bondholders to enter view of which she said was obstructed and Mrs.. Ruth R. Beardsleclerk. /, Orlando Chamber of Commerce head the new drug company.

Into the program which amount to by a freight car on a siding. I Col. Elliott was here for several
building. Anderson and Dr. RogerB.
S sixty-five cents on the dollar of The two women were taken to the Corbett will be guests of honor days but made, known only a portionof

t principal, past due coupons and past Migratory Labor Camp Hospital at for the occasion. his plans which call for a fifty-

due bonds. Belle Glade where X-rays were made foot concrete building some eighty
i The total indebtedness of the district and were removed to the Clewiston CITY ORDINANCE TO C. Walton Rex, Orlando a directorof feet in depth. Col. Elliott's home is

I (estimated) as of January 1 Emergency Hospital Tuesday after- the fruit and vegetable depart- in 'Louisiana but it is understoodthat

'' was $453,904 and the new bonds to noon. They were X-rayed again BAR FOWLS FROM ment of the American Farm Bureau, a drug store operator in Fort
be issued will amount to 294900. A will discuss the organization of the the
upon admittance at the hospital here. Pierce is to be a partner in new

system of zones has been worked out Mrs. Ault is the,wife of R. E. Ault new department that was set up business. He plans to return, in a

j so that taxes for debt service will an employee of the Inter CountyTel. SECTION OF TOWNAn under Porter R. Taylor when the couple of weeks to make arrange-
A F B F absorbed the
be reduced. The CooperativeFruit '
materially same and Tel. Co. They were formerly ments for the construction.

levy for. maintenance of $1.15, 80J/fc residents of Fort: Myers. and Vegetable Association on These two buildings add to the

cents, 45 cents and 11 cents in the ordinance was introduced at (Continued Page 5)) total of new construction contemplated -

four :zones will remain in effect.J. the meeting of the City Commission or underway to make some

M. Couse, who has acted as re- eleven or twelve new buildings or
ALLEN WAS SPEAKERAT Monday afternoon which, if passed,
ceiver for the district for many years will prohibit the keeping of chickens NEW CHEVROLET IS building extensions,"along the high-
will lose this position, as soon as the way. City permits issued during
turk l'/., or any other type fof in aportika .
', t refunding is' assured but will remain KIWANIS October totaled '42600.
of the city north of 3ugarand -
")1 as secretary of the board of super- : Highway. NOW ON DISPLAY AT l The first building started was the

I 17 visors., J, E. Frierson, is chairman. addition to the Sinclair Station for
The commission is giving ample
WEDNESDAY NIGHTC. Beck Motors, Plymouth-dealers, and
> 1n
; -, ;-..4t/IJ np;ice of.\his'or : Of Duck
: Plenty those who may wjsh to protest theac'ti .
'ot" came the B. and B. Supermarket
n may1appear at the December
Hunters Out; But I. Allen General Agent of the .' which is progressing favorably after
their The
to make
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, who first 1946 Chevrolet, a blue excavating and backfilling of the
rule against the keeping of fowls was
I.;. Ducks' Are Scarce moved to Clewiston in November Stylemaster sedan arrived in Clewis site was completed. The restaurant
written into the. original deeds on
!i 1944 was the principal speaker at this property but was lifted during ton Wednesday and has' been viewedby building of Langdale's is going up

I Clewiston. as well as most other the Kiwanis meeting, Wednesday the war because of the scarcity of most residents at Christian Chevrolets rapidly and preparations being
evening. He told of a visit to this made by Don Williams to begin the
lake communities, was packed last, meat. The commission feels that this Company.The .
i I section in 1927 when this part of the I construction of a new store building
r Thursday for the opening of the duck
. I I emergency is now: over and that the new car, like] most of the new
hunting season Friday morning and state was in the. early'stages of de- just) across the highway from Clewis- "
restriction should be enforced. The models appearing for 1946, is very r"-" ,
velopment and before the construction ton Motors. Hendry County Motors ; ,
while a few hunters report very.good
ordinance will be strictly enforced similar to the last\ models made in
of the sugar mill. Mr. Allen Is,planning an extensive enlargement :;
luck the majority state that ducks I .
0 I if passed. 1942. In fact the literature distributed ..
C.. .1.
to begin shortly, V.
are still quite scarce and a bag of said that since then more advance- program :
five has been considered fine hunting ment had been made on this line The area''affected is that part of by the Chevrolet Company Woodward has.,applied for a permit! ,:,,;:, '- ..;
that it is identical insofar as
the city north of the bounded -
than other line the ACL owns. highway a drive-in stand near
any >
... reason for I As much volume of traffic goes over by San Gabriel Street running engine and chassis is 'concerned. A the Gulf Service Station. Several
The the scarcity
isj th1'rty
I heavier grill work in the front, .All.AlltOe
from the hlghwaYto the lake .on> the 'planned
probably due to the fact that there this line as any owned he estimated, ;, in the other buildings are, being
east side. Circle 'Diive will be the per cent heavier. materials
sufficient !I by the but are still in the blue-print stage
has not been cold weather company.
wider and longer
I west to body, a slightly
boundary its
in the north as yet to send the migratory He predicted that the near future and will be announced very shortly. .
body combine to make the car room-
Ponce De Leon Avenue and will
'; wildfowl southward. Mostof I I will bring great 'changes in freight
-S continue northward Ponce De ier and heavier.
I on
those killed to date have been and passenger transportation facilities 800 Workers BroughtIn
Leon to the lake. There are five colors to choose
Florida mallards, which do not migrate -'r i on the railroads to compete with r _
,Two other ordinances have been from in this model., Only the blue Sunday MorningFor
that competitive
,' and blue-bills which alwaysarrive I IJ I.anything means of
early. An occasional teal has 1 travel may offer as to time, comfort. proposed for action by the commis- and maroon are solid colors.

J' been found and a few hunters have 1 I I and convenience. Advancement along sion. One of these will clarify the buff grey and green models have a Sugar :HarvestMore
" .
i\, .' added several of the lowly coots to these lines has of necessity been slow present garbage disposal ordinanceto two-tone finish. The Stylemaster i
their bags. 'I during the last few years due to ODT require covered; garbage cans and according to Hub Spooner managerof than 800 Bahaman and Jamaican -

Due to the heavy fall rains thereis I restrictions on transportation: which the other will make it necessary fora the' Chevrolet place here, is the colored workers were r

also an abundance of water In the I have been lifted somewhat but re-1 motorist in the city to have a driv- cheapest of' the three lines of cars ,brought into, Clewiston early Sunday

back 'glades which'affords an almost I main on Pullman travel. er's license. The lack of such a city which are being built by Chevroletand morning by a special train from the f

inaccessible sanctuary for waterfowl Mr. Allen quoted a few statistics law as the latter, has 'necessitated he hopes; that models of the two New England States where they have

which may partially explain; the relative to the ice plant being con- Patrolman R. E. Hamrick having to other lines will be on display soon. been doing farm work during the

shortage on and near the lake. structed by the ACL at Lake Harborin take motorist to LaBelle for-action .: As was the case with the Ford summer.

conjunction with City Ice and Fuel when found driving without t a license .recently arriving here this car will These workers were immediately

Corp. at a cost of $450,000. He said when it could 'as well ,have been be- used only as a demonstrator and distributed throughout the several

Squall Damages that to date 2,079 cars of sand have handled in the local mayor's court.. cannot be sold until more cars are plantations of the United States

{ Seven Fish Boats been hauled In for filling in the site. ', available. Sugar Corporation for work In the

c.. 4; The plant when completed. will be Final Report On cane harvest. The present; contract

,{ Sunday Evening -' I used principally; for Icing celery and E. E. Gross Leaves for their use expires; on December 31

. ( has a capacity of 150 tons of Ice. He P.-T. A. Carnival unless Congress makes some pro-

mentioned the difficulties experlenc- To Enter BusinessIn vision for an extension of time for
Seven seine and pull boats owned
i'l j| ed duo to the lack'' of skilled and Hallowe'en NightThe obtaining this labor supply from the
: by Joe Griffin used In commercial
I specialized labor required In euch an West Palm 'Beach English islands.
; fishing in Lake Okeechobeo were undertaking. !tE
; badly damaged Sunday night when prizes for costumes at the
l they were blown onto the rocks by Guests were Foster Crampton andI. recent Hallowe'en Carnival were E. E. Gross, city engineer here for W. McLeod Buys ;
A. Anderson.
I, a sudden SQuall- a short distance- ont awarded tQ Dinks' Prewitt and Don the past four years, left Clewiston *-
, In the lake off the county line. | Davis in the pre-school age group; yesterday for West Palm Beach Gross Home Here

; The boats were all brought In here Armistice Day To Nadine Behbry for the 1st through where he expects to open; a civil
the first of tho week and workmen ) the 3rd grades, Patsy Elder and Ron- engineering and surveying office The home on Osceola Avenue
i are busy making them I Be Observed HereBy ald Hare for the 4th through the 6th about the first of the year. His formerly owned by E. Elliott Gross,

once more.Alston. serviceable I Legion grades and to Kitty Keen nnd Joyce resignation was accepted by the city was sold Wednesday through the real

y Saturday Turner for costumes In the group commission several weeks ago but estate office of J. E. Beardsley at an

I 1 I above the 6th graders. he promised to stay until the firs undisclosed figure to E. W. McLeod. .

Buys Lots i Clewiston Post No.. 93, American The P.-T. A. Carnival has grown November or until a successor had It Is a three bedroom, house and was

For New Home Legion Trill hold Its annual Arm- into. a community affair that as always been appointed.; ; To date a successor constructed approximately three

istice Day party tomorrow (Satur- was splendidly supported by all. has not been named. :years ago.

day) night and will have as guests Gross receipts totaled $1,364.79 this Mr. Gross came to Clewiston in
Five residential lots were purchased servicemen and women of World War CLUB '
year and net profits were 96620. July of 1941 and upon
recently by D. G. Alston, owner 2 with their wives
; and dates. electric I
I maintaining
Several more contributions were expected fell the task of
of the Seminole Jewelry Store. The Dinner will be served at the Clew- to swell this figure somewhat.The and water lines making extensions A meeting of the QuarterbacksClub

: : lots are situated on Royal Palm St., \ iston Inn at eight o'clock and It is following, Is .a list or the eight to both systems ar.2 carrying,on for me purpose; of organizing' :'

and Esperanza ,Avenue and Mr. and reported that a large number of re- Carnivals hold to date and a recordof under wartime hardships caused by will bt held ,Monday evening, .November =.

."Mrs. Alston 'plan to construct a homer ( serrations have been made for the the net profits, of each 1938 material and "labor 'shortages. l.9th, > at the' ,Community ,

: when building restrictions and the I dinner. Following the dinner there $110.00; 1939, $85.00; 1940() $100; Mr. Gross says'.ho Is not leaving Center at 8:00 p. m.;' All boosters"of s

labor situation have eased. At present -I will be a dance at the Sugarland Park 1941, $370; 1942, $372.18;' 1943, Clewiston withoui considerable regret the Clewiston Tigers football team

the lots are being filled In and Auditorium to last until the zero \ $957.50; 1944, ,$1,038.80;. 1945, and hopes to be back very oftenin are urged to attend and back their

built up for'eventual terracing: {I I (Continued on Page 8)) $966.20. the future. team. i I, .....lt4 r,

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t Bailey Circufa will bring: its tralnIleads animals; "Ballerina," modern bare The circus performance this yearis (t'hospitals in St. Petersburg, is acquir-
Biggest Circus It of wonders to West Palm back riding wizardry presented in A produced by Robert Ringling, Mrs. i ing the Army Air Force Convalescent ,..
Near At Hand Beach, Fla., for afternoon and night sweeping panorama of nostalgic set- Charles Ringling and Mrs. James 1 Hospital on the Gulf Beaches '
I performances on Friday and Saturday ting: the "Leopard Women," cir uI'cautles Haley. Three is only one Ringlins I I for administrative offices. R
November 16th and 17th. :, 1 putting a huge group of Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus ,
Ringing Bros. and Barnum and I Replete with new thrills of the jungle-bred black and spotted leopards and it is presented in its enti-ety: The Florida Motor Lines openedits
jiings, the air and' the hippodrometrack jaguars and pumas through wherever it goes, to large cities and splendid new' terminal building in

,..:...:->.:..:....:..:..:..,.:..:..;.1.1.:..1.:.:..:..:..'.:..: I has put, the no ceiling Greatest on Show excitement on Earth;i iI their elephant paces military in the drill big cage enhanced; a"a by t small.The- -- I I'St.' modern Augustine station last is one week.of the The finest new
has it rationed quality or quantity. hosts of marching circus girls' in a J in the South with every comfort and

'YOURS I Four railroad trains, circus owned I pachydermic replica of traditional which_____ _maintains____H__ one of its largest ;convenience provided for bus patrons.
4 SPAHI{LING and operated under the supervisionof British pomp and ceremony at Buck-:i. .
:IIJ' ODT, are needed to hundreds I ingham Palace; a new presentationof I
i i "VICTORY world's' biggest cricus. Its fine horseflesh and talented rid-
/ internationally-renowned performers ers and jumpers featuring the famous
: STAR" of :
assist the various boxing stallions ,and the Hollywood
.: heave? to and I

TUMBLERS city working of 41 departments big and little that tents erect, made the I I I movie The horse huge "Starless circus menagerie Nite."' will\I NOV. 21 1945I

AVith Purchase 23;: ''Lb. Sack Of fireresistant"by the same new process -I open its doors an hour before each:
now used on army and navy performance to permit leisurely in ,
GOLD MEDAL canvas, for there are hundreds of I spection of the rare wild animal con- I
) stars in the circus service flag these tingent headed by the world's most
"Kitchen tested" ..1)1.65 I i AN IMPORTANT DATE FOR
jdays. famous gorillas, Gargantua and Toto.
ENRICHED FLOURDavidson Prominent in the spectacular 1945 Nine herds of elephants, giraffes, .
performance are these features: hippopotami and a new baby rhino: THOUSANDS OF ARMY VETERANS
; r Grocery, "Alice in Circus Wonderland;" glittering ,oceros, "Bobby of Brookfield," second
pageant with all the characters rhino ever born in captivity, are'1 .
Hookers Point, of, the well-loved childhood clas-1- among the features of the grpat, I .
I sic and embellished by parading circus traveling zoo this year. I

:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;-:..:-:-:-:..:-:..:..:-:..:..:-:..:..:-:-:, multitudes of people and trained Highlighting the brilliant. performance .1'.1I' l
which takes place in three ring I W
on two stages and the vast hippodrome Between
of now and November 21, HIGHLIGHTS, OF THE NEW
"""- "'-L" ;: "" >O :OG oval and in a maze aeial thousands of :Army veterans will
rigging is the musical program b y reenlist in Uncle Sam's new volunteer ENLISTMENT PROGRAM .
the world-famous Ringling Bros. and peacetime Army. Becausemen -'
1. Enlistments for 1l/i 2 3'
HOMOGENIZEDVITAMIN Barnum & Bailey concert band under who have been discharged be- years. 1-year enlistments permittedfor
the baton of Merle Evans, conductor tween May 12 and November, 1 of men with 6 months' service.)
this year and reenlist on or,before
composer who has led this unique 2. Men reenlisting retain their
D' MILKAnd November 21 will be able to return
for present grades, if reenlist within
group of stellar musicians more to the Army with the they -
u same as 20 after _
discharge and before
than a quarter of a century. Some -
they held when discharged.Men Feb. 1, 1946. The .same applies to
Other Alfar Products special compositions by the well with six months of satisfactory men discharged between May 12 and
known music critic and radio commentator service discharged as privates Nov. 1, 1945; who reenlist before
Deems Taylor are. in ths will, on reenlistment before November Nov. 21, 1945.
AVAILABLE AT YOUR 1945 Circus program. 21, be given the grade of private 3. An increase in the reenlistment
first class. bonus to $50 for each year of active:
GROCERY AND -- Men now in the Army who apply service since the bonus was last paid,
or since last into
entry service.
-QUO'"fJZS for discharge after NOVEMBER 1
;,.. for the purpose of reenlistihg in the 4. 20% extra pay when overseas.
.r ,. DRUG STORE Regular Army will also retain their 5. Paid furlough, up to '90 days,
OF THE Why I" present grades, if they enlist within depending on length of service, with
20 days after discharge and before furlough travel paid to home and
FEBRUARY 1, 1946. return, for men now in the Army
"I put him on his feet."-Mrs.: who enlist.
ALFARPhone Bernarr Macfadden ivho, suing I "BEST JOB IN THE WORLD" 6. Mustering-out pay (based ..
upon length of service) to all
These men
special privileges typicalof
for divorce, said physical cultur- J are who are discharged to reenlist. r.11
the law
new recently passed by
ist stood on his heed. Congress. Few opportunities for a 7. Option to retire at half pay for
--.' lifetime career offer as.many attrac the rest of your life after 20 years'
advantages. service-or three-quarters pay after
30 (Retirement income
years. in
"I wouldn't do it again for Can you think of any other job grade of Master or First Sergeant up
20, Belle Glade, Fla. and $10,000."-Capt. R.' E. Agee, of J f that would give you good pay, your to $155.25 per month for life.) All
Chateau, Mont., who led foot- | food, clothing, quarters, free med- previous active federal military service -
West Palm Beach,_ Fla.VAAAAAArfM'A ical and dental care, world-wide counts_toward retirement. ;,
sore group planting Stars' travel,30 days'.furlough every year, 8. Benefits of GI Bill of Rights.
Stripes on Japan's'Mt.Fujiyama education and training in any of
((12,365-ft) nearly 200 skills or trades, and 9. Family allowances for the
term of enlistment for dependents of
enable you to retire with a'life in- men who enlist or reenlist before
come anytime af ter 20 years'service? -

.% . #*,.*...'<.A...>...*>.'A* *r- -*ir%-+.....Air ....._.........._.........._.....................-:........,.!.,....,............'...._......_.:........_.........._.. "Let's go to work...cut ,out There isn't any! That's why a July 10.1 Choice, 1946.of branch of service and ..
; ; .
; in the
job Regular Army been
.'. the foolishness 'and'nako tills overseas theater in Air, Ground or :
.j..i. be--the': called "The'Best'Job in.the World." Service Forces on 3-year enlistments.,
country what it ought to ,
I Radio and EJectric Service i greatest nation on earth.- "-Pres. iI I i I I4.



:: : Home and Auto Radio Parts and Tubes ::1:1For : "Corporations are only the Addition 10 Food, Lodging, Month Per 20 ServIce Years' 30 Service Years'In
): trustees for the owners of the Master Sergeant
II All Makes : .:.. tools of production.-Dean J. E. Clothe and Medical Care or First Sergeant $138.00 $89.70 $155.25
'.' Technical Sergeant 114.00 74.10'128.2S
McCarthy, Notre, ,Dame, U. Col-
t/ (a-Plus 20%' Increase for Staff Sergeant 96.00 62.40 108.00
:: lege of Commerce."If Service Overseas. E b)-Plus Sergeant 78.00 50.70 87.75 'b
I: ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES \ I 50% if Member of Flying Corporal .. 66.00 42.90 74.25
Crews, Parachutist;etc (c) '
:x: Fluorescent Lighting Fixtures Wiring :: both and Plus 5% Increase in Pay for PrIvate First Class 54.00 35.10 60.75
prices wages go Each 3 Years of Service. Private. 50.0032.50 56.25
up together, not even labor ben

_... ALL WORK GUARANTEED. j efits." -Editors -of Christian


?:* Telephone 163 ;:;: I "Women cannot be regi- BE
Barbara F. r West Palm Beach
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of sugar, cane in continental: : United States, comes bag after bag of golden brown .raw sugar. ';: j I

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i ;' of this vitally needed energy food. Through their efforts more sugar this year will '" 1

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'FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1945 '.nt..o.-" PAGE THREE

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I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 'Vlh of Section 11, Township 46 I tion 11 Chapter 20658. Laws of Florida,' Silver
TWELFTH :UDT-IAL. IR""' UIT OF South, Range 32 East, Acts of 1941, the following described Springs was awarded a
I ,To the People g5a iiI! .AND FOR ,H.E\DRY THIS NOTICE is published In com- lands: Jn- Hendry County. Florida, to- : citation by the Florida Publicity Association
pliance with Sections 270.07, 270.08 and wit:, ,*. :
> COUNTY.IN Florida Statutes Inc. at their annual meeting
1 CHANCERY 270.09. 1941.
I of this Community All Section 21, Township I
47 S
The successflu bidder Is to pay. thec.dvert's'ng Range 34 E } on the basis of the organization'srecent
Extra Victory Bonds are on sale. DIVORCE cost. All Section; 25, Township 44' S nationwide
I into
I survey wartime -
The Trustees of the Internal Improvement -
will that they are the ,I '
Bankers say VNNA LEAHY SHIELDS, ; Range 32 E;
offered Plaintiff Fund serve the right to D'/ ND1: ,' Section advertising and the creation QC
I best Investment ever you. reject and all bids. : : NWVt 24-, I I
i', I' The GIs In conquered Tokyo ,and vs. BY ORDER of the Trustees of Internal -,, Township 43 S Range -34 E; post-war good, will.
Berlin will say ELMER EUGENE SHIELDS Improvement Fund of the Stateof will be offered for sale at public outcry -
I is Defendant. Florida., fpr the highest and best cash bid i
that today a
> j NOTICE TO APPPAR subject to the right of the Board of I
1 :Millard F. Caldwell, Governor.! "Just
; I ( VIfl new moment TO Mr. Elmer Eugene Shields Commissioners of Everglades Drainage to sleep for a week" and
[ I I ,. 'JU. for you to show l\'ld Iliawassee Isonvllle.College Tennessee F. C. Elliot, Secretary i i[ District to reject any and all blds-at "Sink my teeth. into some of Ma'a
I + the courthouse beginning at 10 o'clock
tl+ A that you are You are hereby required to file an Trustees I. I. Fund. A. :\[. home baked cake" were the top
on the 10th day of December, I I194i.
Nov 2, !1. 16, 23, 30, 1945 | '
w wt\ keeping faith. in the court above de-
'' 'I appearance I Ii[ ( Easement for drainage and reclamation choices by G. I.'s in a nationwide poll
;: I The economist "cribod' on the 3rd day of December,, i i purposes will be reserved,'
Ii 1945, at the County Court House In La- 5555.
+ will say the 50 percent of all petroleum will be
Ili ': i, """Mle. Jlemlry County. Florida and NOTTCK:: OF IXTKVI'IOX i 1''n: ;
is s< rvert by the Everglades:: Dralnaj?M
; the Victory opening Loan of thereafter y define to iw file be such advised defenses in responseto as youm TO X 0SJtl!SELL,, TjVXT 1945 Districa.BOARD .:-::..:..:..:..:..:..:. ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.+:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
. the homefront's the suit above entitled which Is a
I : r ... suit for divorce Clewiston News is EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT -'''I .." 1:"' '" )'., r.. "
I':: I greatest hereby designated as the newspaper In NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I I :.. ',- ;1::"l';..' YOURS!
l't- anti-inflation offensive. Ted R. which this order shall be publishedonce pursuant to Section 15 (i) Chapter, By William T. :Hull:: Clerk of Cir- \I ff'--f:; :-.L'
, ,- Gamble, National Director of the a. week for four consecutive 20 ;"j8. Laws of Florida Acts of 1911. cuit Court of Hendry County : 4 SPARKLING
0;' that weeks. Heroin fall notunder penalty of and Section 67, Chapter 14717, Laws of Florida as Agent for said Board i i. i'1J0lJtahni
War Finance Division, declares Jelarlt. Florida Acts of 1931 as emended Sec 1 time i
millions of volunteers are in action DONE AND ORDERED at LaBelle, ----. --- _JI -___ Id 1 J "VICTORYTUMBLERS
(, with Inexhaustible supplies of an incomparable Hendry County. Florida, this 2nd day :-_;:. ; :-;; ; --= ; =;; .: :.;;':; ==;::.:.=:. .;,:.:: .:;.-=- i I 1 STAR'
sell fellow of November, 1945. :
. product to Clerk of Circuit CourtHendry I _}.r i I

Americans. County, Florida.
w. The Victory Loan is all of these By Inez Magill rrLFOR.
:i; things. It represents your will to Deputy Clerk SALE
help the government pay off war (OFFICIAL, SEAL IMPRESSED) .
' With Purchase 23 Lb. Sack Of
J. M. Couse
I, costs, care for the wounded, main- Moore Haven FloridaSolicitor
.. tain our troops abroad, finance the for Plaintiff GOLD MEDAL
I" : I return to civilian life of millions of Nov. 2, 9, 16, 23. 1942 1-2 TON TRUCKS :
i fighting,men. I "JOt chen tested" $1.60

,} .. From every angle, you will be serving TitllnliaaRec, Florida TAKE YOUR CHOICE ENRICHED FLOUR
L". your own best interest by seek. October :50th, 1(145: I
ing out the nearest Victory Bond XOTICD A. B.
salesman. You can't buy too many NOTICE is hereby given that the: Grocery,
Trustees of the Internal ImprovementFund
or too often for your own good. i STUDEBAKER MIAMI MOTORS
of the State of Florida will offer
THE EDITOR for sale and vlll receive competitivebids I Lake Harbor Fla.
I in Tallahassee, Florida, at 11:00 I 1720 N. E. 2nd Ave, Miami, Florida ,
I _. o'clock A. M. December 4th, 1945. for

lands in HENDRY COUNTY: described ,,, I 1.N1N1/.1N1/.1f11N1N1N1H. . .H.NfN. .NfNfN. .1/f. H
as follows: I =:I ':: ='n';1-i ia g an t v 1MNN. :N:'INN. :':":":".". m'J-U': ;;;"='.:.1"'''''''''''==oI'--i + . .N.

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tT r. 11 t Seems To Me I pa', ,

By H. Clark Bell .t''i

.. . that Uncle Sam has steppedinto

a grade A, full' sized wasps nest

r ,., in China. First we decide that the 4
Nationalists ought ,to run China, then {, 3 :o Y r

; we send Marines into several of., the. p
'r';:.: northern cities to intimidate the ;;
Chinese reds. On top of that we lY3j/
.,; ; : t I }
carry Chiang Kai Shek's troops to

: northern ports in the vessels of the
4u SS//-/:
United States Navy. All of which :y
points up the fact that we are for a .'' NyYfg; .,;.;s"yfl; }:. 'e' t''' h I1

China governed by' Nationalist and /

distinctly against the Chinese reds.
The catch is that the communists

have refused to back down and have NOW

gone right ahead with military preparations ; t 1i ONDISPLA

k '' right under the noses of our -. 5

g: Maiines. There has even been, ac-

cording to communist press,,some : [ ;; Y
," ", incidents during which our Marines '.
.. /
gave military aid to the Nationalists. h rt i: ?/7 prI.
Just what is to
'"' our government going
'; do. They can back down and so losea r ,r.llllllllIhlli. L
':, little more of 'that all-important .f s
\ < : #% :z
Oriental commodity known as 'face',
;; or we can commit our fighting men
.;: to an active war in China. China's S.r4:4a: :

, '' internal problems ,are not ours., If .;>r:fr'ri:
,. .
;% ;<;:;;;
a civil war is, the only way China can

/c achieve a single government then I

r f say let them have it. If it is of vital

<' interest to us to see that Chiang and -

: his gang get into power with a

I'" reasonable chance of staying there,
\;,- then let's go whole hog and start a

real war. An atom bomb or two !
would soon convince either side that I 7

(:, they ought to give up and take a

.;:. back seat.
Arix 4i r a;
fi:': when Brother Higgins folded "ri' i1NrMw. ,,r ..
t,' A'
... ... .. ... .. '. .w... xx: }x:k;fi.,Y},{.,vYhi, : ,} ; '
.. '
i=' up his business tent in the face of an .r.r. : : :rr .r..r..r fr!r.i' :}}:4. ? : ::} % n : ; i3 w..: f.,. kioii0.2\rr..i: : .?:}}} :..;?:i >:+;;.% : ; 's ., .}.}
f:' irate group of union strikers the ;2 j'0"\:{'p c: Ft. 9 9L

other day he made a statement the

,- truth of which cannot be denied. He t

'. :,,:., said, in effect, that under existing -f. c :a
:'f/ labor laws and practices he was

forced to hire incompetent and "'2"
men "
features of the 19.16 Chevrolet into ;
Outstanding appearance new
;" pay them premium wages. That is ) .<...
".', a situation'which has been in exist- t"It lead in elude:' : new Beauty-Leader Styling; luxurious Body by Fisher;

ence for years. I know from personal BM'Z7 new Wide-Wing radiator grille; new hood ornamentation; new U 1 It fiR I S TIN

[:' experience because I have worked be- r"7 o-tone color harmonies; distinctive new ; 4 SA(;
and massive "Car-Saver" both fronteandprear.. '4\Q Sp.
: side men who did not have the ex- new bumpers

: perience or ability to put out an

honest day's work yet they received Notable engineering features include: _Chevrolet's proved Valve- ,
\ :: the same wages as the better workmen ine ted TO lead in-Head Thrift-Master Engine for performance with economy; the

\., I who were producing more and in i A'k famous Unitized Knee-Action Ride for comfort;Extra-Easy Vacuum- _
',' better items in the same amount of / (-71'" ...."utr ce, Power Shift and Shockproof Steering for driving ease; and __ '

., -':"'-' time. That means that each unit the Positive-Action Hydraulic'Brakes for smooth, safe, positive stops.

: incompetent workman made cost.the 'i1' '
r' employer an appreciably greater For years, Chevrolet has been the most, economical of all largest-, kE ,-p ''I r,' i;

., amount of money. It means that the ;;3 44-: to lead in selling low.priced cars, from the all-round standpoint of gas, oil, IT FIRST IN

} wages of the good workman must be tires and upkeep; and the new Chevrolet for 1946 is designed and
kept down in order to pay for the incompetent AH"VrF7 n built to maintain this reputation for highest quality at low cost. ; '

f::. workman's lack of ability, Be sure to see this beautiful new car at your Chevrolet dealer's. .. ,.
F' > laziness and ignorance. It means '", ....'. '.. '

that ably state labor that unions their cannot entire unequivoc-member- ., : ,-t'i'L; ::. 71 CHEVROLET : ; :

ship are fully qualified journeymen. '< ,
r- Therein lies the seed of much of :

management's objections to higher :: < 'TT :

?:: wages. If the unions were honest .

;t r- enough to admit, that their membership -
t'(, contains men with widely varying '

productive powers; if they would 1 '
discipline themselves and grade their Christ an Chevrolet

members as to experience and ability

'T and'base their wage demands on two f. .

or three grades ,of workers rather : ;

than foloishly assuming that all I
carpenters or electricians or coal HUB SPOONER MANAGERWe
miners or what have, you have an

r equal productive capacity they woulf _. ">< -

+' ,; be sound able economic to raise basis.their As wages it standsnow on a take pleasure in announcing that EDDY CURIE, for four years connected with the Puroil Service -

labor Is exploiting its swollen Station of Gaihesville has joined our staff and will have charge, of the lubricating department.He .
membership and using its powerof

numbers to force conditions on the has just been discharged after three years of Army service. BOB WALKER is also a new addition i M
nation that can but lead to industrial
/1" chaos. to the staff in our service department.

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I line. If they can't get FOR'S ALE Immediate-1 : ,
Miami with a Allen,2035-BiliieSt.Ft. FOR..SALE---Completely
The Clewiiton News l ? .
the FEC lines they'll build their own I <-r ;
line and the take-off point for this ly Baby bed, roll'of; Myers. itpd furnished 6. room '': .

Florida Published. by every the CLEWISTON'NEWTnc in Clewlaton: : line branch would line be at the Lake end Harbor.of the present heavy duty roofing paper home Nice sleeping :.

two rabbit'. hutches, FOR SALE Two bed porch, 3 lots. M u s t be '

RUTH CLASS HAS I room house furnished s e e n:_"fo' be appreciated
Entered as second class mall matter MEETING FRIDAY ':NIGHT reasonable. Rev. H. C. or
February 1, 1927, at thfr Pest Office InCrewlston. Mrs M. "Valaer Moore'\
Florida under the Act of Meador 423 W. Crescent unfurnished. 417 1 W.; i
March S, 1887.T. The Ruth Class of the First.Baptist 1 Haven. .
Church held its regular: monthly I Dr.FOR Crescent Dr i v e. W. H. .. 2tc. .

CARR SETTLE, Publisher business and program meeting at the Peters. I .
home of Mrs. R. H. Crawford on Friday 1 tp
l Subscription Rate-f2J50 Per Tear
evening.Mrs. SALE Three :FOR SALE Metal
Advertising Hntcs On Application. presi- I
W. R. Broadrick, class )
dent, called the meeting to order, houses in Millcrest near I TURKEYS for Thanks!beds, pre. war, metal

Devoted to the advancement and welfare announcing that the theme throughout ACL Write C. M. !porch glider in !
depot. good
of Clewlston and llendry County the program would be that of giving and Ch r I's t m as.i .

"Thanksgiving," this being the monthof 1 i Place orders now. Mrs. J. dition, baby play-pen. H. i iI
Thanksgiving. The group sang I Iit _
NATIOn ITORIALs. the song, "Count Your Blessings," M. Fountain. Phone 82 I C. Jones, 515 1 Sagamore I Ii
the devotion of the even- *
followed by '
OCIATIO ing, by Mrs. 0. A. Anderson After. v.4V or 148W; 2tp. l i or Phone 19 1 after 6 p. m.

being led in prayer by Mrs. Essie .
Robison, ,ecah one told the things { M yrYp _
_J_' '__' -_ _
they were thankful for during the :: : ,_ ( : _, ; __,_- _, __ : '. ,. _:: .
past year. Some very interesting accounts -
were given. Just: before hold- C .L'

The HouseBy Ing the regular business meeting, I JUICY STEAKS ,.
the group sang "God Bless America." I erica,
D. C. S. During the meeting! plans were made
to have a Christmas Party on December -I ."fjfleSt" \\ OYSTERS FROG LEGS
14th, at the home of Mrs. O.
Doc Ezelle seems to be getting a A. Anderson. It was decided that
lot of ragging here lately about' his each one'bring some toy to be sent FRIED CHICKEN
bird-dog training. We're not too to the Children's Home in Arcadia. _
familiar with the story but it seems The business meeting was closed bya ; :!J'1"
there was a dead quail being used prayer, led by Mrs. W. R. Broad- '
merely'to let the puppy get the scent rick. After a short social period,.Mrs. OPEN 5 A. M. TO 12 P. M. : I I,
and then there were two game wardens Crawford served refreshments to Iy..f
who reasoned that one -should Mrs. Fred Sikes, Mrs.] Wilbur Mont- SEVEN DAYS A WEEK : :
f f} v'r rrl7rf : _
J : frrrrr :
wait until season to train bird-dogs. gomery Mrs. Essie Robison, Mrs. W. ,1 "
According to reports Doc reasons that R. Broadrick, Mrs. C. T. Thorne, '
he'll agree with the wardens and Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, Mrs O. A. And- i' '
wait a few weeks next time when erson, Mrs. John Pittman, Mrs. G. F. EDDIE'S CAFE '
training is less expensive. Sersori, Mrs. E. E. Kelly and Mrs.
I Fred Dunaway. I II I

Took a jaunt through the sugar ;- ----::. --,-=','--- -'.-- -. t. ', _: .J-4l; ;
house the other day for the first time Girl Scout News I
since the war put a stop to visiting. .1.1l.
This time we dodged the guide and
really had a nice time going over the Monday evening the senior Girl ( i
plant and watching the process. Scouts met with their leader, Miss FOR THE l
Hiney Anderson saw us on the top Ruth Dugger, at her apartment. The orr
floor and we, were afraid for a mo- assistant leader of this troop is Miss
ment that he might boot us out but Estelena Hetisted.
Instead he gave us a lot of good inside I, Troop No.3' of intermediate girls BEST IN FOODS
information on the sugar pro- met Wednesday,afternoon at 3:30'p..
cessing. But we can see right now m. at the Library' for their weekly s
that we're going to have to developa business meeting, which was well 'it- Try A Complete Dinner At
more technical mentality than we tended. The meeting was conducted I .v
possess at present if we're to keep by Mrs. T. L. Tanner.
up with all the details of sugar and The Brownies and the Fly-Up

starch manufacture. Brownies held a joint meeting Wednesday THE CANEBRAKE
at the home of Mrs. E. O. :
There were more duck hunters Ward. Twenty-two girls were presentat : I
than ducks around the lake last Friday "this meeting for the purpose of 2' vArr7[..Vnvxrr.9CL..
whenthe \ season opened ,but org lzati9.11'iTJ e, assistant is Mrs. l$37. O $100.00ht
'' $1.25 and Up
,. .,
even though not too many webfooted Allen G. Twiddy-The Fly-Up Brownies T}I
denizens passed to their reward will be led by Miss June.Barker : :MAIL:ORDERS ACCEPTED I
that day, the hunters still had a lot with Mrs. J. ,Paul Bartz assisting.The .
of fun. 1 Luncheon Hour 12 ,noon to 2 p: m.
sponsoring committee of the
Over near Lakeport two hunters Scouts met Monday evening at 8:15p. GOFFJEWELRY Dinner From 6 to 9 p. m.
came upon two other hunters sprawled at the to discuss -.
m. Library future
Short Orders 9to 11 :30
in the highway with guns beside p. m. '
plans. Mrs. G. N. Pitzen announced k CO. -I
I them and hats off to one side. Their that all vacancies of Scout leaders .-s

grotesque" appearance made the two and assistants due to the moving y Fort Myers, Fla. Air Conditioned I
that found them jump to conclusions away of. leaders in these activities \%.,....,
and while one stayed behind the !
other rushed to Moore Haven; to find have been filled. .: ;::f ::pRICESs., :: :. D> : FPQ .ii: i*::;:{: ,

the sheriff. Rumors of a double
murder flew thick and fast., But the Tootle To Build ----- -.... -

one who stayed behind to watch the Residence 'Soon '7 '! OO 'i!
"bodies" saw .a finger twitch, thena
hand and decided they weren't so
dead 'as at first believed. They were A city permit has been issued to '
two boys who had, perhaps, imbibedtoo Joseph A. Tootle for the construction M ANNOUNCING
freely while waiting for sunrise of a one-story frame residenceon .
and had crawled into the highway to Lot 4, Block 372 on -the north
take a nap. The two who found side of East Trinidad Street between 0
them are, incidentally, taking a lot San Gabriel and San Pedro. MY [APPOINTMENT AS YOUR lOt-
of kidding. The type of building is not known
jut it will be 26 by 32 feet on a
Remember a few weeks ago when fifty-foot lot and the valuation is I

everyone was worrying about the placed at $3,500. Authorized fRI51DAIRE Dealer
closing of Riddle .Field and made :
dire predictions ;about a lot of unoccupied r
houses in Clewiston for XOTICE TO BOAT OPERATORS
sometime to come? 'If you are one -.0.-
of those who still believe such is the "Notice to all boat operators; gunnery Refrigerators Ranges Heaters
case you aren't a newcomer, own practice is conducted daily ex- .r
your own home or are safely escons- cept Saturday and Sunday during the
ed in a rental home. From what we hours of 8 A.M.; to 12 Noon and 1 Coolers Frigidaire Commercial Equipment (
can hear there are more people walk- P.M. to 5 P.M. from mobile gun tur- ,.,: :;Y
ing the streets of Clewiston right rets parked on the beach one-half ,': ;
, now looking for houses and rooms mile north of the fishing pier on :"*., .' .i' ALSOtf
! than ever before in its history. More North Lauderdale Beach, firing on a : '
! people are arriving every day and sleeve target towed by a plane. Danger '
!i the line of house-hunters grows long- zone is an area bounded on the ., ;. Authorized dealer for Stromberg Carlson ,

j erit north by a line five miles due east of <- .
appears that this condition is the; Hillsboro Inlet and on the south :
.j. Philco Meck Radios
Speed Queen
pretty general all over South Florida by a line five miles due east of the .J -
o and the tourist season, as we've fishing pier. All boats should stay A* .. ..
; known it in the past, hasn't yet be- out of this area during these hours." Washers Estate Heatrpla Gas Ranges '
gun. Maybe the State Chamber of C. M. KENYON, ;
Commerce had better make arrange- Lt. Comdr., USNR,
ments to buy a lot of surplus Army Operations Officer. '. \
tents or take over a few of the
abandoned camps as tourist resorts.
LOST Pair bi focal
Building cannot hope to keep pace "
with the demand under present con- HIGHWAY SOON.
glasses near Mack's Drug
ditions for South Florida is again on
the boom. Let us hope that this Store. Pink shell rim. Reward '
time it is a healthy progress and not .
a speculative disaster as in 1925. if returned to Miss I Now \Taking Orders for Preference Delivery

Wouldn't it be great if Clewistonwere Amy Wright; ClewistonInn.

to awaken some morning to 1

thing instead find herself isn't of inconceivable a on branch a main line railroad and? it's Such line our a FURNISHED. ROOM -tc MAR K E T T E Radio & Appliance Sales '.:

guess that if the DuPont interests
win out over the Atlantic Coast Linein Adults only. Mrs. John
the purchase of the Florida East Thomas E. Markette
Coast system that we will' find ourselves Ellington, 416 W. Ventura -

on that main line. We believe I _. .. ... -. _
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, I :: *+W3. *4W<*<& tor, Mrs. -N.j'V. S. Mumford Mrs. J. Ward, Mrs. W* D., Wylie, Mrs. Otto I "sweat-box" in Florida's prison system -.
W. Ezelle, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. Larsen, .Mrs. H. C..Jones, Mrs. Paul
J. continues, to come .from. civic
', I. (., .. .' 'I' I '' ,- ,. .#..' ,C..hJ. Njelson,.Mrs. .R. C.' Wilson a_ndMrs. Thompson and Mrs: F. .M.: Mooney., I groups, wome 's'clubs 'and indi- I

:- { Beardsley. viduals-who" u.rge,.that the barbaric

.. ; : PERSONAL and SOCIETY Condemnation of the use of the .practice, be discontinued.
The Brown family celebrated seven ___ ,
g. l._. 'birthdays of recent dates on Sunday I

evening at the G. H. Brown home on ,

(.:.)+: :..:..:..:..:..:.. ...:..:..:..): ..: :.. ..:--:..:..-:..:.:..:-:..: :..:..:..:..:(..:.:..:(.. ..:..:..).:..: :..:..: :. Arcade A cake with Avenue"Happy, at an Birthday oyster supper.to the I SfAilS

Miss Renee Wethington spent the Mrs. W. M. Redlesheimer and Browns" was, presented to the cele- t' qll.it

week end tfn Miami. daughter, Patty, of Miami, were the brants. Those of the group, who had "I-S-
I .
week end guests here of Mr. and a birthday recently were Mr, and .1

Mrs. W. A. Shuler spent the weekend Mrs. C. L. Downs. Mrs. C. J. Brown of South Bay,
..j f- in Hastings. Ted Daniels of South Bay, 1\Irs'j'
I Thomas M. Waldron, Jr., arrived: Brown, Warren Brown, Charles

:.' :llrs. Caroline Dunaway was a I this week from Jacksonville where Larry Royal of Belle Glade.

fa Wednesday visitor in Fort Myers.. he received his honorable discharge Others of the family attending

---.- I from the U. S. Navy. were Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Royal of
I : ', Kie Hathcock spent the week''' end Belle Glade and Ted Daniels of

: in Jacksonville on business. Miss Mildred Kolstad spent the South Bay.Thomas .
week end in West Palm Beach w ith

: '". Mrs. Billie Crow of Miami spent Miss Carmen Roland, who returnedthere M. Waldron, Jr., and

t( the week end here: with friends. after a week in 'Clewiston. S/Sgt. Hager Lowe were guests of

I honor at a pork barbecue on. the

5';.;. Mrs. Mark Kennon' is in Arcadia 7 I Miss Florence, Graham and Miss ridge. Wednesday night "Mutt"

r' : : visiting for several days. I Roberta Spicer spent the week endi Waldron has just' received his honor- 1000 First Street Fort Myers, Florida I
f: i i'in Pahokee as the guests of Mrs. W. able discharge from the Navy and

.J" Mrs. A. A. Munroe and Mrs. Campbell I'M. Johnson. Hager is home on furlough after BUY FROM THE CATALOG :
E. Nail were week end visitors serving overseas in India. Besidesthe
: : j
f,'>,, in Miami. I' Mrs. Gladys Johnson left Saturdayfor barbecued pork, salad, bread, Over'100,000 Additional Items
'. I I Frostproof, where she has ac pickles, pie and coffee were served.

Mrs. Otto 'Larsen and Mrs. C. J. ,'cepted employment.. She had been Enjoying the affair'-were Mr. and I Use Our Easy Payment Plan !I !

Nielson were shopping in West Palm I employed here at the Clewiston Mrs. Urey Waldron, Mr. and Mrs. H. .......- -..- .- -- ,.. ,
Beach Saturday.E. Emergency Hospital some time ago. L. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. ai

I Christian, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sias, _
r ".. : R. J. McLeod, Geo. Beck and C. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Driggers, Mrs. L. J _
Charles Bolton '
'.,: M. Cornette and from several days; I L. McLendon were in Lake Worth L. Lowe, Mrs. A. W. Lawrence and : :; < _: ':; .-:
returned Tuesday
Sunday where Mr. McLeod and Mr. daughter, Artjs, Mrs. Jimmy Hol-
visit in Jacksonville on business. BREAKFAST LUNCHEON
; McLendon took: their 32nd degree in land, Mrs. Wilma Ellis and Mr. and DINNER
7 TO 10 A. 31. 12TO2P.M. 6TO8P.M.I .
Masonry.Mrs. Mrs. Thomas M. Waldron, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Montgomery
: spent Monday in West 'Palm Beach
Ruth B. ,Owens, Mrs. I. S. LIE BABY BORN
visiting .
: '. Bell, Jr., Mrs. Leah Spicer, Mrs. El -
Mr. and Mrs.-R. C. Wilson were thea Elmore, Miss Florence Grahamand Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Lee announcethe I For A Relaxing Meal-Dine In A

Saturday visitors in West Palm Miss Betty Spicer attended the birth of 'a daughter, Shirley .

4 j- Beach.' football game 4n Pahokee Friday Tyia born .on Friday, .November 2nd Pleasant Atmosphere
'_ night. and weighingsix pounds and one

-# '. Harold Roland returned Sunday ounce. You'll Find Good Food and Gracious
.j Carlyle Redish received his honor-
with his aunt,
from a visit in Atlanta Service at TheCLEWSTONV
r Williams. able discharge from the U. S. Navy :SIRS.: DULL ENTERTAINS:
Mrs J. A. '
Tuesday in Miami and will be joined STENOGRAPHIC DEPARTMENTThe

here soon by his family who are at
Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot and Billy and : [ INN
: I Mrs. Ruth Wilcox were visitors in present visiting in DeSoto City. Car- girls in the stenographic department -

Fort Myers Monday.Mrs. lyle plans to return to the employ of the United States Sugar
I, of the U. S.; Sugar Corp. Corporation office were the guests of '"'
Roberta Speer has recently -. I Mrs. E. M. Dull, department head,. at

accepted a position in the office of Pvt. and Mrs. Osborne L. Sutton, a backyard hamburger fry at. her -
formerly of Clewiston, the I home Monday"night. '
the United States Engineers. announce Meet Your Friends In Our
birth of an eight pound boy on No- Attending were Mrs. E u g e n i a

Mrs. W. T. Wheeless of Sanford is vember 6th in Nashville, Ga. The Nichols, Mrs. Josephine Cason, Mrs.

':,,' .,: here visiting Mr. Wheeless for an indefinite Suttons lived here for several years Earl Morrison, Mrs. Lucy Polk, Miss COCKTAIL LOUNGEOpen
._ and left here in April when Mr. ,Sut- Ruth Prince, Miss Evelyn C. Lee,
stay. I
; ton entered the Army. Miss Barbara Devane and Miss Wan-
F. ,'" ... I 11 A. M. To 2 P. 11.t P.: M. To 12 P. M. sr
.1.: Mrs. 'A. O. Ward. and Mrs. Joe M. I' da Shelfer. -
I Mrs. Rose Hoffman the
in West Palm
Hall were_ visitors
,'' Beach Friday. I week-end in ,St. Petersburg. Her son, I. WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION r
Steve, injured recently when ,struck HONORS BUSINESS WOMEN
by a car here is recuperating'nicely BUFFET DINNER SUNDAY NIGHTS
; Miss Lois Prince and Miss Ruth G TO 7:30We've
Prince were the week end guests of II and has been removed from the hos- The Women's Association of the .

'-' d Miss Mary Markette in Hollywood. pital to a nursing home. Clewiston Community Church was .-, 'i ..;- : ifF" ,. : -, : ] :': _' ", _
host Thursday evening at a dinner

Mrs. Ruth B. Owens and Mrs. 'l The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.J. honoring the Business and Professional -

A :; Elthea Elmore were, visitors. in Mi-I Kenneth Rogers were pleased this women of the church. Tables

-a- ami Wednesday. week to receive the announcement were set on the patio of the Clewis-
I through the mails of the arrival ofa ton Inn for the fifty-two membersand vd
:/t; Charles Roberts is expected here fix pound telephone, billed as guests who attended. Hostesseswho

over the week end following his discharge Moore Haven 2751, at the home of arranged the floral decorations ...

...--:. V from the Army at Camp i the Rogers last week. and the favors, program books witha
Blanding. I sketch of the Mayflower on' the
I: ,',' I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Harris and Mrs. cover which carried out the Thanks

: Mr.. and .Mrs. Foster Crampton and T. C. Musgrave visited Mr. Mus- 1 giving theme, ,were Mrs. A. O. Ward,

t'V, Mrs. A. C. Pilcher arrived here Tuesday I grave, who was. in the' Lee Memorial Mrs. E. O. Ward, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt Y

'a,.' night and are at the home of Hospital, Sunday. Wednesday, Mrs. and Mrs. W. N. Martin. The long
Mussrave and Mr. and Mrs. P. 'P. speaker's table was graced by a

PiCher I Chagaris went to Fort :Myeis and accompanied centerpiece of roses and gerbera

%. of Mrs.. Koch and joined the Cramp- Mr. Musgrave home upon I charmingly arranged while coral vine

t, tons, who were enroute to Clewiston I his discharge from the hospital. was used on the smaller tables, set .

',; from New 'York City. for four. .. (
4 ..n.w..w.... Capt. and Mis. Gene Wesley Jack- Preceding the serving of the turkey \ a
:", son arrived this week for a visit with dinner Rev. David C. Hancock
-." Mrs. Jackson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. gave the invocation and Mrs Paul
'e, E. M. Cornette. Capt. Jackson is ona Thompson sang. Following the dinner -

forty five day leave. They came the program was in charge of

,' here from Columbia, S. C., where I Mrs. David C. Hancock, toastmistress -
k. they visited Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Guests introduced themselves .- ,
F.; Cockraiie.. told the state from
and they came
'" f fn and the nature of their business or already received 1J'our
:Matinee: 3:30 p.m. Nite 7-9 p.m. .1
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Brown left profession. They were welcomed by first new BENDIXand
Sat. Sun. Maltinee 3:00
& p. m.
Thursday: for West Palm Beach Mrs. G. H. Brown, president, and here' .
will be
i: Continuous where Mr. Brown has accepted a I Mrs. Ruth B. Owens responded Mrs yours

position. He was employed at Riddle C. E. Gericke presented the devotional They'reontheivayl! /
': Week Beginning No. 11 I Field for four years during which
service and Rev. Hancock spokeon If haven't
I you already I
time the family made many friends the topic "Freedom of Religion." :

..f: Sun., & Mou., Nov. 11 & 12 here: At the closing of the field they The program concluded with the closed your purchase,

,t.; ", "THE SOUTHERNER" I were on vacation'for several weeks singing of "Bless Be The Tie That please don't delay. Do r "
. Scott Field in North Florida and Alabama, re- Binds." Mrs* Christine H. Doty was '
Zackery Betty
',' .: turning only recently to Clewiston. the accompanist of the evening. it now! Help us to help L iVj
. ':
Cartoon News
: Business and professional guests you shut enjoying your t .l
". '... Mis. J. D. Leftwich, Jr., Mrs. J. D. were, Mrs. I. S. Bell, Jr., Mrs. Maxine

::> ;,' Tues. & Wed., Nov. 13 & 14 Leftwich, Sr., and Miss Margaret Morrison, Mrs. Leah Spicer, Miss ownI3ENDIXasquickI :

L V Double Feature Dawes are leaving this week for Florence Graham, Miss Marion Ley- I ly as possible! \ i' "

" .,, Bristol, Va., where they will join Mr. dig, Miss Roberta Spicer, Miss Belt::,' a
fi., ,.. ,.- "ESCAPE IN DESERT" Leftwich and will make their home McDuffie, Mrs. G. H. Mazzina, Mrs s

.}' 'V V '. Helmut Dantine after a residence here of three years.; Ruth B. Owens, Mrs. Ruth Wilcox, -
: /' Mr. Leftwich was associated'with Mrs. Maude Hare, Miss Lois Prince, < ,. .....3t. "'. .'
"TEN CENTS A DANCE" \ Riddle Field and Mrs. Leftwich was Miss Ruth Prince, Mrs. H. B. Magill, What do:
you in clothes, set
\ a
'-' : Jane Frazee employed by the Clewiston News. Mrs. George Heitzing, Mrs Charles, J Sj.: add soap.

" Atwell, Mrs. R. M. Coates, Miss Ruth .

: ( Thurs. & Fri., Nov. 15 & 16 Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Greenaway received Dugger, Mrs. Marjorie Rockwell, -- What the BENDIX does: fills it-
word that their son, Paul R. Miss!:, June Barker, Miss Elise, Christ- EXCLUSIVE TUMBLE ACTION.self, tumbles clothes clean, thoroughly is
'E "NAUGHTY NINETIES" Greenaway, QM 2/c, USN, is'receiving iansen and Mrs. Rose Hoffman. tumble rinses, dries clothes ready for tha
: V 'I his honorable tumbles clothes through suds 60 line or dryer, cleans and empties itself,and
Abbott Costello discharge this Guests of members were Mrs. Doug-
times a minute, yet so gently shuts off-all automatically! The Bendix
week in Jacksonville. He will then las Austin, Mrs. Walker Rayburn, that fine fabrics takes only 4 square feet of floor space-
Cartoon -News join his family in Jackson, Missis- Mrs. Agnes Marshall, Mrs. A. C. beautifully.even launder fits perfectly in kitchen, bathroom, utility,

sippi and will visit with his parents Swain, Mrs. Jones Brown, Mrs. J. W. room or laundry.
here enroute to Miami and his former -
Holding, Mrs. Helen Wheeler and
Saturday, Nov. 17
position with the Florida Power Rev. David C. Hancock Members .

"THIS GUN FOR HIRE" & Light Company.Mrs. present were Mrs. J. P. Bartz, Mrs.J. BfNDIautomaticJlome} laundry

Alan Ladd E. Beardsley, Mrs. G. II. Brown,
y, Otto Larsen entertained the Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mrs. Foy Durrance,
Cartoon Jungle Queen No. 2 members of her bridge club Friday 1\ rs. Charles Foy, Mrs. H. R. Hall,

Midnight Show-11:30 afternoon at her home on E. Cres- Mrs' D. C. Hancock, Mrs. C. E,
cent Drive. High score was held by Gericke, Mrs O. A. Jones, Mrs C. L. ROYALS ,
"FROZEN KHOST" Mrs. J. E. Beardsley antI Mrs. H. A. McLendon, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. ,
Lon Chaney Bestor was 'second high Fruit cake, W. C. Prewitt, Mrs John W. Randolph .

whipped cream and coffee, was servedto Mrs. V. A, Reames, Mrs. J. K. FloridaI '
Mrs. W C. Owen, Mrs. II. A. Bes- Rogers, Mis A. O. Ward, Mrs E. O. ,:lewiston


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(..:-:-:..:..:-:..:-:.-:..:":":":-:":-: ":":":":-:-:",-) r NEW 1946 MODEL CHEVROLET 1"I 1"--J 7p6

Too Late To Classify ,.:
Jdf ,
lh;" % .,gyp ,C

tN:..:..:N NON N N..:N:;:,,:H,,fir:,,:w,,:,,:N N:-:N N:w:1 + ; '
YA {

It Is beginning to look as though
we would have to spend that $500-
000 we appropriated for advertising i"y
Florida for newspaper and magazine
space to tell folks ,to stay: away untilwe J
have had time to fix up the spare
bed room and get some new furni-
I H- 7
ture.As the matter stands now,, we're 1T X : .vP<'Y.nn,.,.Y NAYRv.0yrVrB' % Y. Fo
having a tough time trying to pro- f3. ,; ,w II

vide for our own folks, those who r f 9, y4 I
are, regularly employed and are

permanent residents. The housing I -". ... '. ............. --< -.
--v;>:; .w
rh++ ::: : I
ttwwa'ttifri;iicPior:; }:2f. !: oufpaovaaoaw
shortage was so acute that V-J Day AND ANSWERS, TOO-Imogene Bal
failed to relieve the situation very The Sfy'enaer,; Sport Sedan I Hawaiian school student, shows Kr I \
much and in most Florida communities patriotism and investment sense
today the problem of finding a wearing a lei made of War Stamps hr.1
The 1946 model Chevrot.shown
new 4ry-v will
place to live Is a real chore. Yf convert into Victory Bonds.YOURS.
above, is outstanding r-:'i:
While most Chamber of Commerce only for style-leading design, but for -.....,...' .............. .,

officials hate are to jam admit packed it, their and communities the. quality, advanced in materials engineering and construction proved-S' .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..

biggest headache they have is tryingto performance, economy and depend- yi
find a house or an apartment or ability. ? > .a* !
v a
even a room for the guests who are Every line and contour. empha- Cc- & '
arriving daily in ever increasing sizes the massiveness and lowness of : fe 5J ? S _S5SiiteKS wJj :
-- numbers. 1 the vehicle from front to rear. The pfj KS *'-"*-- ;

Most folks thought that when themilitary new, distinctive radiator grille,

: personnel within the state shown at of the right, presents an ;S'/r'/ : ":' k'4,'-, ,:: STAR
expanse gleaming chrome-plated .
was reduced and war plants shut F. r.
horizontal bars, framed within ( t
down, the bottom would drop out atowrched TUMBLERSWith
molding. A model of I
and we would be screaming for
customers to fill vacant houses and classic simplicity it tends to em I Purchase 25 Lb. Sack Of
phasise ,tith as well f.orror. Front-End Styling Accentuates Massive Low Lines
apartments, but it gets worse insteadof
better. GOLD MEDAL ?
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Rental agents in our larger cities $1.65
report waiting lists that run into the A petition from the Lee Coach will welcome the news that a new I vention hall when it ceases opera- "Kitchen tested"
company of Marfanna for the extension medicine developed by the Winthrop
hundreds for houses or apartments. [tions Dec. 1. First convention to ENRICHED FLOUR
of its lines between Clarkeville Chemical Company called "Fuadin"is i
All of our better hotels are filled and : take over the pier will be the Florida
and Chipola was taken under consideration -' proving extremely effective. 'I
folks who arrive without advance Parkinson Inc.
by the Florida Railroad I Hairdressers & Cosmetologists As- Grocery,
reservations can be found sleeping
Commission:: in Tallahassee this week. !sociation when they convene in Miami -
lobbies.It I The Miami Beach Recreation Pier, early next month. 45 exhibition Clewistdn Fla.
which has entertained millions of ,
is probably fortunate that
our I
Thousands of sportsmen who have are being erected on the pier
railroads are so burdened with inilil l:ost valuable dogs from heartworm I I service, folks, will be used as, con-1 for convention displays. ... . . ; ((l
; H .0 0 -
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tary transportation problems that -.0 N 1 N N. .N.N.H.N.N.N.N.N.. r .
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they will not be able to provide much ..A
in the way of additional facilities for -

agents tourist Is report travel snapped every this up reservation season.'within Ticket a available few- -" :: : : -' ;- '-' ,- :,i* :.- -:' : :::-i :;:: ; ; : f : ; -

minutes after the charts are released. : :. ( ; :' *i "'i,t*'' :-lt

transportation While this will lack serve of commercial to Florida retard : : i *"--,"A-- ;'k-'j-*; : :

, the number who can get to ,
by train, bus or plane, it does not af-
'\-, ,. .. : ,
fect those who come in their own ':. > :" :t .- ," '; --. ,:..:, ,::-? ,,:,.',,'t:' ; -: : '".. >: ;.y < :'''- "::' ,
cars. The tire shortage may keep
some away but the average travel

minded American is a pretty resourceful clt < '
cuss and if he makes up tJW m IStih whistle w'tIJ1 '

his mind he wants to go some placehe .
generally can figure out a way to _. I ,'
go. Proof of this is found in the increasEd "
< .
; -
: number of foreign license : -.f :':' '.. .
plates you see on the streets now- \' :\ '
.;:' : .;?- ... Ben Franklin was just a little shaver when he spied ; ":,
many Florida towns have "t". ''p -l that tin whistle in the shop window. His money was ,t ,

building plans tat, call for the con- ,: :",' ::, > ;. ri <. -. burning a hole in his pocket and he .just had to .. :' :

struction hundreds of houses, :.:( :: : -...' d 'r s AT have that whistle whether or no. ;, ...
apartments and hotels, even if labor :. ) .1 :
and material were available today ::: 2p He wanted .it so badly that he planked' down all :,.: ': '

they could not completed in timeto : 'l''::': his pennies without even asking the price .

Several help in the chambers present tourist season. : ".< / : of the gadget! .'!"., :.::'"' -
while not actually telling commerce folks to ,' You know the rest of the story! When his pa found .. ) t;.
stay away are making it very plainin t t' Ben had paid five times what the whistle was really : :',:

their literature and correspon- worth, he hit the ceiling. To make it worse, Ben ;".

dence that it is unwise to come here f found that his whistle wasn't tooting as good as it <; ",
unless they have advance> reservations : used to. .
and are sure they will have a '. :.' r

place to sleep on arrival. ; Lots of folks today are paying too much for their', : ::: :- ( ""

They point out that while every whistles, too paying high prices for stuff they. .< ';':;"" i'

effort will be made through the local don't really need' or want just because 't': : ';:I-'W::: ''
organization to help them find suit- can't wait until they can buy first-rate merchandise'i: '; ;;' ? Rand

able accomodations! they are not get their money's.worth in service, ');> ',:;?;;' _

making any guarantees and those and satisfaction. ....C.<. ', t1r. _
who do arrive with no advance ar- 4'!
rangements are going to have to Now that reconversion is well under' way, the best .,. ";

take what they find even if it is not yl o s, is yet to come. Take Carrier Air Conditioning for ..

the type-of place they want. h instance, with all the modern improvements ., '

In view of this situation it would s.._ perfected during the years when constant research._ ,.

seem advisable to be extremely cau- N/ .fix was needed to meet the demands of war in order '

tious, how we word any state adver-. d that air conditioning would function effectively '-:"/ .
Using message we may release at this and economically in every climate and under every ,; '
time. If anything we should empha- imaginable condition. '

size the true" situation. We would r '..' ,
make more friends that way and gain ..,"" ; > Just as soon as the government releases vital ;:' ;: 4; ,;.
by 'it in the long run. Our national w 1f't equipment for the manufacture of air / ':
,' i : conditioning, ; : ': :.
manufacturers had to follow such a ; ;'ik the Belcher Industrie will M: '
I "' ,g ; start filling all orders in ,:. :#:, J: : _
policy when t IJ' 'i '" ,
they found their : ".
pro- ; sequence. bringing t I' scientific and .: '
ducts all going to the armed services 1ii1i ,r. you ." ; ',;_ :./:: ,,:
; _< : most satisfactory air conditioning system for your ': /:;
with none available for the general : :- ;:--c"J.' _\ "
public.It 'n. >' home, store, office building, hotel, apartment i.. '.'J". ,::
has been suggested that such I house, or industrial plant providing you with ';;',:--, :; t! : .

advertising as the state may do this clean, evenly distributed, draftless air of precisely :f : ::
season should be confined to an effort controlled temperature and humidity day in ::: >>-" '.:t '"

to bring new industries to the and day out every day in ,the year! : ; ,',_ .
state. This sounds reasonable but
industries must have workers and I
74 '
workers must be housed and so it

looks as though our first task is .
going to be the problem of providingmore S y.apt

housing facilities before we go f"., { u Kf
out for new business of any kind. '.
We are in about the same positionas ," .
the merchant 4 Do, p4 / ,
received a small
supply of nylon stockings, took a eIch? Oil Coupai

page ad to tell about it and was sold .
.' out in ten minutes after he opened > ;: :, ; ES T A B LI S H E'D' '19"15.M1AMI"AND .*'; *****
his doors. He made a few customers .| [ ,; PORT EVERCLADESFt.OR1DA'
happy but a half a million other i .7Fy 5 "
women "hate him to pieces." I yc .l i

The greatest good the governmentcan
do is to remove the impression Sole Diilributon in South Florida of Carr J/' Air Conditioning and RefrigtrationTHB
built up in recent years that it is

partisan in labor disputes, Burnham -' .

Finney assertstTTT'TTTT" E; ;J'u jJ lJtM'r- -: ''- : ,'.,'- 't' t., i ih_ il- s;: 10rWrOp\ : -_-.


1 1IiI'm II 3' \ NEWS' -- --


l} CLEWISTON COMMUNITY, Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. day and worship with us. prr. ......................................................................................................
II ; Ii CHURCH J1 You are cordially invited to worship .- Call business meeting at the close I. .
Fx .
David C. Hancock Minister with us. ,of the evening service to considerthe 4, L} '''',., ':. YOURS !

J work at Hooker's Point. i t I < I : ,
(Sunday, November 11, 195 .1 ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC The W.M.. S. business and pro II II I Y j : ; 4 SPARKLING- -

Sunday School 9:45 al| ml| Dr. C. CHURCH gram meeting will be held at the I It ,!, .1 "VICTORY .'
*, 3. Gericke, Supt. Class for all ages. FT. Peter J. Reilly, pastor church Tuesday at ,3:30 p. m. All ,;' :
I \
Morning Worship 11:00: a. m. ) 'Mass Clewiston- -9:00 a. m. ladies cordially 'invited to attend. ; ': \;1-'(, STAR
A nursery for small children Is I Mass, Paholtee-11:00: a. m. The Lake District Sunday School -. f C '
conducted by the Mothers' Club at I -- Meeting will be held at the Canal b f f TUMBLERS
the Community Center. ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL Point Baptist Church Tuesday at 8 -: _-
With Purchase 25 Lb. Sack Of
"Lost Souls" is the theme of the CHURCH p. m. All Sunday 'School workersare
minister's sermon.Westminster urged to attend' and revive inspiration GOLD MEDAL"Kitchen
Services every :Sunday:: at 8:3(0)
Fellowship 6.00 p. m. ,. and information.
a. m., at. Clewiston Communlt tested"
You are cordially invited to worship Regular Prayer Service on Wed-
j."J with us.CLEWISTON. Church.THE nesday night at 7:30. Make this a f ENRICHED FLOUR
,REV: S. D. MASOrPriest
must service in your religious life. I
'i,: METHODIST. in Charger Choir practice Thursday night at Bussey Cash Grocery,
Rov. W. S. Bozeman, :Minister Auxiliaries of the W. M. S. 1 South Clewiston, Fla.
L meet as follows: Sunbeams at the
Church School ............__:... 7:15 ."The Singing Church"
church Thursday at 3:30 p. m. Jr. ....................... ..... ............... ......
Evening Worship, .............. 7:45 H. C. Meador, Pastor G. A. at the church Thursday at I : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :
Parents are urged to bring their I Sunday School . . 9:45 a. m. 3:30. R. A. at the church Thursdayat
children to the Church School classes. .(Morning Worship .,. . 11:00 a. m. 7:30 p. m. Intermediate G. A. -- ---- 'U
Mrs. H. E. Walker is starting a new j Training Union . . 6:15 p. m. place to be announced.
class for beginners. Evening Worship . 7:30 p. m.
f I Prayer Service . . 7:30 Wed. THE CHURCH OF GOD Flamingo Brand
ASSEMBLY OF GOD J ';Rev. R. R.. Holland, Pastor
South Clewiston A very cordial invitation is extended ,..---
Rev. W. H. Magee, Pastor ,I, to all new comers in our com Sunday School ; . 10:00 a. m.
munity to worship regularly with us. Preaching ; ._.", . 11:00 a. m. I DAIRY FEED '
Sunday school, 10:00 a. m. il You will enjoy our fellowship and Evangelist Service ... ,7:00 p. m.
Morning 11:00 the singing' which all enjoy.
Worship good
; a. m. i Tuesday Prayer Service 7:00: p. m.
Children's Church, 6:30 p. m. J Begin the day with, us this next Sun- Thursday Y. P. E. 7:15 p. m. I Roughage and Concentrated Feeds
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Friday L. B. p. m.
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j to attend these services. Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users

1 Tim 35.; For if a man know
r For not how to rule his own house, how
You-Can't ,Buy A Better FeedFOR
? shall he take care of the church of
Complete Radio ServiceCall God.The '
I district fellowship meeting of SALF \N THIS AREA AT DEHYDRATING PLANT IN
the Churches of God on the Oke MOORE HAVEN
chobee district will convene at the
Church of. God at Clewiston Monday
night, November 12, at 7:30 p. m. WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.)
Make your1,plans ''to attend this good MOORE HAVEN
fellowship service and let the Lord ,
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( MOTORS Late PresidentWashington

J i Chrysler Plymouth Agency D. C. (Special)The REAL ESTATE BROKER, .
Treasury has called
to a
,I I ,'... ........................ special Victory Bond to be sold during I
the Victory Loan campaign, staring PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
:-' Large Stock of Parts Now On Hand October 29, for 811000000000.
. The bond is in memory of the late
New will be available soon. Get President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.It CITY LOTS FARM LANDSINSURANCE '
cars your name on will be on tale at all agencies an ,
j2-, our list at once 'thorize'd to bane United States Savings
Bonds of Series E. .,. ........
The bond will be in the denomination ..,; ,'.
Now Located at Sinclair Station Until New BuildingIs of 8200, to be ls.ued'at 8150.
It will .constitute an additional denomination -
of Series E Bonds, and
will have the same terms and attributes

George Beck, Owner & Manager carry'a as likeness other denominations.of'Mr. Roosevelt.M.N.n.AIMNLww It.will ,Phone 66 Hopkins Bldg.

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rALDERMAN- and WRIGHT County Land for More Than
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: Place order now for new General Electric Appliances
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Fish Camp I

-- (Near Hurricane Gate) .
Clewiston, Fla. I I NEW 1946 FORD I

SAVINGI' Boats ,and Motors-Guide Service j .
70 Rates ReasonableW. I
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G9'iooa :.:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:.:..:.:+:--:..:.
CF COPQ .y. FOR beautiful Ford built
;.i.Y Here is the most ever -

:y. TAXICABS I with more advancements than many pre-war

:_: DAY AND NITE SERVICE' .i. yearly models. There's new and greater horse-

A) savings :: PHONE. 18FLOWERS :;: power, stepped up from 90 to 100, improved '

); ErI1tI y.;..:...:...:-x..:. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:,.: ..:..:..:-:::A? economy in oil and gasoline and massive,

account- is, rich new styling. \ We cordially invite you to ;

.. come in and see the smart new ,1 1946 Ford.There's ,{
: personalpreparedness :
Cut flowers for delivery here or
for delivery anywhere in U. S. -
wire. -
1I0 by a i to :,
MRS. J. 1\!. FOUNTAINDay oar future

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: :z:; GUS L. CANTRELL, SR. :: Motors !Inc.
A Hendry County
Clewiston Federal Savings and Loan. ;Y_>., Electrical- Contractor .z..z. ,
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"..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: : : : : : : -- : : : week from Mo 1/c E. E. Montgomery: group. He will also be on the don Varnadoe. The hostess was as- .
from Sasebako, Japan. He is expect- Dear Sirs; Friday schedule. sisted in serving by Mrs. Marion\ Leo "
Ing to start home very shortly via You can add to :your service column Mrs. Wilma Sledge, Jackson, Miss- and Mrs. Joe Elder.i'
With China, Korea and possibly Russia. that Luanlta George, S 1/c was released issippi, chairman of -the Social and ... X
Said he had received a copy of the from the Naval Hospital and Educational department of the Mississippi -
I Edward Ball, trustee of the Alfred
o News dated around the first of July honorably discharged from the U. S. Farm Bureau, will be the :;
which had been flown through the Navy on November 1st. She was pre- guest of honor at a luncheon to be I. ,Dupont estate and head of the 1!;

Our Boys Okinawa typhoon. Said it was wet sented with the American Theatre of held at the Orlando Country Club, Florida National Bank chain, predicted r ''t '

but readable and he was homesick War and Good Conduct medals. November 15. All visiting women this week that more money it;

enough to read every word, includ- "Georgie" will spend a week with delegates to the meeting will attend would be deposited in Florida banks ;
in9 the Ing the ads. friends in New Jersey and start for the luncheon.
home on Monday, Nov. 12, arrivingat President D. R. Igou, Eustis, will this winter than ever before in the ,

i t Despite the fact that many of the Wildwood on the 13th. She will preside over the convention session. State's history. ..(': ;

ServiceAt boys are arriving home with dis- make her home with her sister, Mrs.J. M .
charges there are still quite a num- L. Scott at Oklawaha. '
Assembly Of God. - -..- f10CLEWISTON -
Q ber chasing around over the world! Mrs. Ruth H. Kelly, Commander,. 1._,
with various branches of the service. Geo. R. Goodrich ,Post 197, To HonorServicemen(\
And reminded of this by the Mays Landing, N. Jer.
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At least one member of the Clew- pines from Gus Cantrell: Corp. Clyde W. Stephens, who has The Assembly of God Church in .

Iston News staff Is happy this week been stationed at Tonopah, Nev., arrived South Clewiston will hold a specialservicemen's I .

Frances received a cable from her Samar, P. I. home this. week on a fortyfiveday service Sunday" eveningat LOTS

husband, W/O Campbell E. Nail, October, 27, 1945. furlough. At 'the end of this 7:30 o'clock it has been announced -
that he would arrive in San Fran- The Clewiston News, time he is hoping to hear that he by the pastor Rev. W. H. Magee.

cisco about November 13 and would Clewiston, Fla. will report again just for a discharge. Rev. Sam Allen of Boca Raton will -
,*. be the guest speaker,
Rev. Allen <
receive his discharge very shortjy Dear Carr: .. .
thereafter. After long service in the It has been sometime since I last having charge of the Servicemen's SALES HAVE INCREASEDVERYRAPIDLY

southwest Pacific with the Sea Bees informed you of my whereabouts so Armistice Center at the Boca Raton Army
Day- Base. He will bring. a number IN THE
Campbell came home last year on Just a few lines to give you the
Hawaii latest details. I arrived here in men with him from the base to sing
leave and then returned to ....
where he has been stationed since. Samar on September 26 and I am I (Continued from Page 1) and give testimonials.. PAST SIX MONTHS ".

gradually adapting myself to the sur hour. The local church extends a cordial ..
roundings. Last Sunday while taking : All servicemen In the area are invited invitation to all and particularly to
Sgt. Charles Roberts, who has been ,
for months in the a stroll in the village, I ran into an I and are urged to attend the local servicemen' and exservicemen.There (
Overseas many
old friend from Clewiston Bobby dance even if they fail. to attend the will be special music for the
European Theatre, Is back in the ,
stationed few I dinner. occasion. DO NOT LET THE ONE
States and called Monday from Camp Topper, who is only a "
Kilmer N. J. to that he would miles from our airstrip. Of the numerous '
; say YOU WANT GO TO .
get his discharge at Camp Blanding naval bases throughout the Secretary I GENE ANDERSON HAS

and ho home' as__ _soon_ _n _ns_ nossihle. _It_ Philippines, it seems rather strange I PARTY ON 8TH BIRTHDAY :
may be that he will arrive before that the two of us should meet on SOMEONE ELSE i:
such small "rock." October 15. I Gene Anderson observed his "
a eighth ;
in if
this appears a cordial print Welcome and Home so! If I had a dependent and were' not The speaker, who made, a trip to "birthday with a party Wednesday' :1': :

"frozen," it would be easy to meet Chicago after the merger and assisted afternoon, November 7th, given by: -

Redish is dis- the necessary requirements for a Taylor's new group in rganizinga'specialIz'ed his mother, Mrs. Carl Anderson. Refreshments .. h
Carlyle another
Price Trend IsUpwardbetter :
of the week having received discharge. Yeoman have been de- sectoin to work on of ice cream and a beauti- ;.
clared essential and aren't eligible problems of citrus, deciduous fruits', fully decorated birthday" cake
his gold eagle in Miami on Tuesday. we were ;,'-.
His family is visiting in DeSoto City for release under the new point and vegetables, will, speak on the : served to Alice Stallings, Roney Lee,. '

and are joining, him here this week. system. We have to meet the require- Friday program.Congressman Elsie, Anderson, Roney Taylor, Patsy BUY NOWCLEWISTON i ir r.
He expects to resume his work with ments of the first point plan whichis Joe Hendricks' De- Elder, Nancy Moon, Marta Davis,
Land, slated on the Friday program, Betty Sue Andrews r,
the United States Sugar Corporation, rather rough. It seems the Navy Bethia Muller,
taking up where he left off when he Department thinks that if yeomanare will tell the progress that has been "Hot Shot" Hicks and Billy and Shel- ... .
made toward the payment of Mediterranean J
entered service. released there will be no one \
available to discharge the rest of the Fruit Fly claims to Florida I

personnel. It's a tough situation but growers. ,AEAITYCORPORATION : ,
Another Navy man resumes his .
there is nothing we can do about it. Roger B. Corbett, secretary and I EASTER LILY BULBS "
civilian status this week, Mutt Wal-
Here's hoping Bob, myself, and all treasurer of the American Farm Bu"I 4 to 6 inch, 1.00 per dozen delivrr-
'dron having arrived home from Jacksonville -
reau, will discuss the newly developed ed. Smaller bulbs, 50c per dozen. :
where he received his dis the other fellows in service get to 'I
Larger I
quantities less.
poultry, dairy: and livestock-
charge. Mutt has had a long and return soon: : ilj
Respectfully, partment of the AFBF, and will explain ; MRS. I. S. HALL Lake Placid Tin .
varied experience in the Pacific andwe're I
Gus. in full the activities planned by I I l G i5dJ S3I i&I .m.:'. _
pleased to ,hear that he is now
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take up the task of becoming a civil- May's Landing, N. J.

ian once more. Nov 6, 1945.
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