The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/01074
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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 16, 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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I :' :,. I 'lE CAl fLEMEN Fishermen Will Have WAR BOND I Union Thanksgiving FERRIS IS SPEAKERAT

Important Meeting At Services To Be At,

TO MEET HERE ON Okeechobee Courthouse LAGGING; School Wednesday Nite STATE MEETING


DECEMBER 11 & 12 State Representative W .J. Hendryof URGED BY Union Thanksgiving services, with.I OF JUNIOR' C OF C

all the churches of the community,
Okeechobee county has called a _
-.0- participating, will be held at the high ,
meeting of all commercial fishing
C. V. Parkinson, '
'The Everglades Cattlemen's Association -
The Florida
interests in the Lake Okeechobee area school auditorium, Wednesday even- Everglades are pro-
chairman for
i composed of cattlemen of Hendry
to be held Sunday afternoon at three this ing of next week at 7:30 o'clock. ducing necessities for the ,
: week that the
: 1' Hendry and adjacent counties, will nation which
are not, produced at all
o'clock at the courthouse in Okeechobee drive badly Rev. W. S. Bozeman, pastor of the
! ; ;. be _hosts to the annual meeting of in this country or not in sufficient
{?, the Florida State Cattlemen's Asso- for the purpose of formulating a County and appealed to First Methodist Church, will bring
quantities to
meet domestic demands
program for fighting the closing of get behind the drive and the Thanksgiving message and the ,
in Clewiston December 11
i ti.: elation on Josiah
Ferris Jr.
United States Sugar -
I Lake Okeechobee to commercial fish-
put it the pastors of the other churches will
and 12.County. over top. .
: ermen, effective the first of next I Corporation representative, told
Mrs. M. M. participate in the service.
Agent H. L. Johnson who is Prewittj the Florida State Junior Chamber of

, also an officer of the Everglades October. Woman's Division of the Everyone is urged to attend these' Commerce at its fall meeting in Fort
all commercial
i! '. .Association, was here Tuesday com- Not only should mittee made a talk at the services on the eve of the first peacetime -, Lauderdale, Monday.
fishing interests plan to attend this
pleting plans for the meeting whichis week to organize Thanksgiving in four years to
meeting but also all business peo- in the bond drive. They 'give Ferris, assistant to Clarence R.
expected to be attended by reverent thanks foe the return!
are-I' ple in the lake, area who feel that some most successful Bitting, president of the corporation,
of Peace
; cord crowd of cattlemen from many other blessings.
sections of the state. the loss of the industry will be a drvies and it is hoped described the company's projects and,

severe set-back to the lake region. active interest be research, which are producing sugar,
The tentative schedule for the : may I
The Kiwanis Club is also blackstrap molasses starch, lemon-
meeting calls for a business session
to SERVICE MEN ARE grass oil, stock feed, cattle and ramie.:
name a special
t r on the morning of the eleventh at
DAVE sale of bonds which plans Pointing to sugar, the No. 1 "have-
-- Sugarland Park Auditorium after REV. HANCOCKIS

::-:: which a, barbecue dinner will be serv- work very soon. RE-EMPLOYED BY not" food, he said the current cane
;- harvest would provide one month's
ed at 'the site of the U. S. Sugar Hendry County's "E"'

. Corporation's cattle project a miler ELECTED TO HEAD is $41,000 and at the d supply for every person in the United

l west of town on Highway 25. After first report, November 5, COMMISSARY. DEPT. States ,and that the "Everglades su- '

the dinner there will be a tour of the per cent of this quota had I gar producers, if given the opportu-
LOCAL KIWANIS CLUB nity by the government. could increase -
I :, corporation's feeding and breeding Heavier purchases the -- -
their output within i 24 monthsto
: leads to_ the belief that ,
stations and the thousands of acres ,
S. L. I
Director of Purchasesand
450,000 tons and provide employ-
of improved pastures which have I tage will be much ligher
I '
!: : been provided for the pure-blood and Rev David C. Hancock, was elected next report is received.Mr. States Supplies Sugar, states that the United ment, directly "and indirectly. for,
Corporation has been
1 native cattle which are being raised president of the Kiwanis Club at Parkinson is asking fortunate in 78,000 persons.

by the corporation largely for experimental their meeting Wednesday night at who plan to purchase bonds procuring the servicesof The'nation's only source of root
four ex-service men, who have starch before the
I purposes. the Clewiston Inn while Hub Spooner presents do so now, during war was the Dutch
just been released from the armed East Indies. Now this
same type
and to help with the
W. Victory
i was named vice-president
l That evening there will be an old- forces and are now returning to the starch will be made in the Evergladesby
N. Martin
re-elected to the of-
{ : fashioned barn dance at the Sugar- was Corporation for positions considered American labor. The Evergladeswas
.I fice of and treasurer. Di-
, land Park Auditorium lasting from promotions! over those occupied the nation's '
only source of leia-
;\ -e" .nine o'clock until. . ? rectors will be J. E. Beardsley, E. TIGERS WIN called to the colors.R. ongrass oil. for the four ,
' past years
M. Corvette, G. E. Etnerton, Dr. .J.
Activities for the 12th will be B. McCollum, a former clerk in with the war cutting off outside
W. Ezelle, U. T. Kocn, M. M. Pre-
:.' largely the election of new officers' the central warehouse has been sources. Ramie, the wonder fiber, h
l '. witt and Elbert L. Stewart. .Nomina- PACKED GAME appointed -
I of the association and other associational will make its in
tions were made from the floor at to the position of assistant new home the Ever-

,'I: ::. business which may arise the meeting presided. over by R. C. storekeeper of all warehouses. Car- glades, he pointed out.

f AG: : Wilson. FROM lisle Redish, formerly a dispatcherin The 'Glades are helping to solve

the warehouse system has been the nation's No. 2 food problem of
; Quentin ,Evans was inducted as a
i HUNTING SEASON TO appointed a storekeeper in the Plan- meat by producing molasses-fed cattle -
i new member of tne club. The committees -
were appointed and plans The Clewiston High tation Machine Shop warehouse in Ferris said, along with stock
the Western Division. Ned feed, much of which has had to be '
ed the Okeechobee'Catfish
announced for the annual turkey
QUOPEN: TUESDAY FOR shoot which will be held"the' night Friday night at Hager, formerly manager of the Hai- imported into the state in the past.

thrill lem Commisary has ,been appointedas The formula for the production of
packed that
of November 19th on the ridge when game
foreman of the Warehouse and these products, he said, is composed
' the members will their skill to spectators in suspense until
_ ,;; TURKEY QUAIL ETC. wiIV the Thanksgiving turkeys. whistle. Commisary :Department. Ray Bass, of utilization of "have-not"" acres of' i,
.. a former_ ,shipping clerk in ,the C'om- erstwhile Everglades wastelands, research
L ----- .. It.was also announced_ that Victory >The Catfish scored early "
.- r : misary Department, has been appointed by Dr. B.: A. Bourne ,and his
'November 20th is the r Bond sales of the .Kiwa-nls will be period when Junior '
Tuesday, to the position of pricing staff, and the "everlasting scientific

date of the, opening of the 1945-461 handled by Mrs. M. M. Prewitt. was blocked by his own and stock record clerk:. in the. De- I inquisitiveness of Bitting! .who has:
recovered by 'Chobee
hunting season and already the partment.Mr. become recognized as the couqtry'sforemost

I County Judge's office in the court Rev Meador.To Preach series ger 20.of Raulerson plunges. scored Watford 8)I ,McCollum was with the Army agro-industrialist."
house has sold 128 hunting licenses
I Clements for the extra I Signal Corps and was in Burma and With the development the Ever-

Residents 65 years of age and over Farewell Sermon At Clewiston roared back India for 29 months, receiving his glades providing increased employ-
''I I from license, I
.are exempt buying a
discharge ment for service and others and
score in the second on October 29. Mr. Redish men
:also children under 15. Service men Church Sunday I
Baptist .
\ march that was featured was in the Navy as an aviation mach- adding t othe growth and wealth of
.stationed in Florida considered
4 'J are gains by Trice, McLeod and inists mate, 2c and received his discharge Florida, Ferris asked junior Chamber -
/ residents of this state insofar as
"r last week His service all of Commerce members to aid in
licenses to ,hunt' and fish are con- Rev. H. C. Meador pastor of the and wich was climaxed by : was
,cerned. First Baptist Church of Clewistonfor run by Pullen to score.. in the states. Mr. Hager was also in making the agro-industrial empire of

the past five years and its third verted by rushing. the Navy and received his dischargesome the South.
Hunting licenses cost Resident weeks 'Most of his service
minister since organization, will Okeechobee went into ago. ,
county $2, Resident other than home
preach his farewell sermons here early in the third period also was in'the states. Mr. 'Bass was

county, $4.25, resident state, $7.50, Sunday and will leave the first of tained drive which saw in the Army, and saw many months FALL TERM CIRCUIT

v'' ,non-resident state $26.50, non-resi- the week for Tallahassee where he score and Clements service overseas in the European
.dent 10-day continuous 1150.
has accepted a call as minister of Pullen broke around right Theatre.
: Buck deer and turkey be tak-
the Lakeview Baptist Church. outdistance the Catfish in
en November 20th to January 1st, i
The resignation, sub- sprint to dirt. The Dinner
but deer may not be taken in Hendry pastor's was pay try And Dance
: and mitted to the local church on October was short and 'Chobee led
: Glades, Lee Charlotte Highlands MONDAY FOR COUNTYThere
V counties which are closed to 28. A pulpit committ has been appointed Midway in the final By Legion

' : to call his successor but to iston put on a sustained
deer. Hunting of turkey is prohibited For Armistice DayOne r
date action has been taken.
yards the final 15 yards
: Monday and Tuesday in District 1 are three criminal cases on !

,!.. ,which takes in Hendry county. Rev. Meador has served as pastorof eled by Johnny Sullivan. the docket to come up at the regular f

t, The season on quail and squirrel is the church here since the second through a tremendous hole of the gayest social events of fall term of circuit court which

! ; from November 20th to and including Sunday in September 1940. In that tackle, opened. up by M I the season was the dinner party and will open Monday, 10 a* m., at the

t January 31st hunting prohibited time he has had 254 additions to Conkling'reversed his field : dance Saturday night in celebrationof court house, Circuit Judge W. T.

Y. .Monday and Tuesday. the church membership and the net ed standing up. Again Armistice Day when the American Harrison of Bradenton, presiding.The .

;' The season on Dove Is from November enrollment has grown from 140 : point failed. Clewiston 20 I Legion played host to the Veteransof cases are: J. F. Cross charged ;

.:. 20th" to and including Janu- when he came to 310 at the present 14. World War II. Approximately 125 with aggravated assault on Jack Pat-
ary 18th. Hunting prohibited Mont time. The church has also been com- The Catfish took the persons attended and about half the ton; Paul Cross, appeal from County

day and Tuesday. pleted, additional property acquiredby [ marched down the field in number present were veterans of the Judge's court on drunk driving, and M1

. The day's bag on turkey is 1, seat the church for future expansionand I ing minutes 'of play only to second global war. R. C. Curtis, Clewiston, negro, heldon

t son's bag 3. The day's bag on quail two Sunday School rooms have I ball by a fumble on the I The dinner was held at the Clewis- a charge of second degree mur-

( .. 'is 12, squirrel 15, while 10 dove :I been built to accomodate the overgrowing 10. The next play lost 2 ton Inn. N. V. S. Mumford gave the der growing out of the killing of

, i may be taken in one day. church school classes. the Tigers and then I invocation in memory of those who Bully Jackson, another negro. who

r: A reception. was given for the min- play of the evening. Johnny I gave their lives in both World Wars.J. was "cut to death" in Harlem, witha .

Fire Department Called ister and his wife Monday evening at playing ,with a painful J. McManus introduced the com- pocket knife. -;'

: the church and they were presented a in his right leg, broke off I mander of the post, J. :M. Couse; the Circuit Clerk William T. Hull said

To Roo'f Fire Thursday complete dinner service of Loray raced 92 yards for a pase commanders, J. E. Beardsley, W. there are no civil cases to come up

r_ china_ as a farewell present.In put the game on ice. C. Owen and O. A. Jones; vice-com- this term.
mander, J. Kenneth Rogers service
Alfred Dunaway, Junior ;
leaving Clewiston, Rev. Meader
A roof fire, at the F. William--
officer, J. E. and chaplainN.
Frank Conkling and Gene Beardsley
about stated. "I have enjoyed my work in TWONEWT, MEMBERSOF
home 6:15
Thursday even
Clewiston towers of strength on V. S. Mumford. Mrs. J. J. Mc-
; ing, caused by a spark from the chim- tremendously and in leav- fense. Ben Bolton called a Manus entertained with songs of the fFHlE DEPARTMENTTwo
ing here I feel
was extinguished Carl E. as though we were
ney, by
first, World War. Catherine Elaine
and the of '
"t" with leaving home. There will always be a running new members, J. K. Weaver
Johnson a garden hose before
Woods, thirteen weeks old, introduced -
i Pullen and Sullivan was the
the arrival of the fire department I warm spot In our hearts for this com- and Gene Bailey, were added to
sisted by the usual fine as the youngest guest pre- this -
Fire Department
munity. roster of the
l which rushed to the scene after Mr.Johnson's .
ff' report. Damage was very I Howard Kepple. sent.V. week, it was learned from E. M.
Lineup Clewiston C. Woodward was In charge of Dull, chief. They replace two members -
slight. The fire discovered GARDEN
.' was by CLUB POSTPONES MEET] LE Martinez the music department at the danceat who have been dropped due to '
Richard and
Twiddy Billy Nail. '
I LT Broadrick II the Sugarland Park Auditorium default. This procedure of dropping
Nine members of the
volunteer Due
fire to the
fourth'Thursday in November LG
G. Mills which followed the dinner. members who miss four consecutive
; department answered this, the first
Day the
C Bolton
Mrs. J. Kenneth Rogers played sev- meetings and replacing them from
call since their re-organization. I Garden
; The Club will postpone their regu- RG B. Toulis (Co-Capt) eral numbers on the harmonica, add- the waiting, list will be followed by
failure of the
l'r other three to lar
report monthly meeting for one week RT '
Dunaway ing to the enjoyment of the occasion. department. .
ii ( was due to not hearing the siren because until November 29th. Hostesses will RE Driggers Mrs. O. A. Jones and Mrs. McManus
of the high wind. It is plannedto be Mrs.
H. Lanier, Mrs. J. H. LH Trice served a buffet supper during inter- 1 '
install a siren on the east side of Doty, Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mrs. J. F. RH McLeod missions. Other refreshments were QUARTERBACK CLUB TO

town so that alarms may be heard Tippey and Mrs. R. C. Nowling.Mr. FB Sullivan (Capt.) in the capable hands of Mr. McManusand MEET TUESDAY NIGHT

t promptly by everyone. QB Kepple Frank Woods who were in chargeof The meeting of the QuarterbackClub

and Mrs. Mark Kennon, Mrs. Game Side Lights. the evening's festivities and largely scheduled for Monday night has
... J P.-T. A. MEETINGThe Elthea Elmore, Mrs. I. S. Bell, Jr., Ben Bolton at
played his :: responsible for the success of the been postponed to Tuesday night
I Miss Roberta Spicer, Miss Florence secutive game without a affair I eight o'clock at,the Community Cen-

t.. P.-T. A. will meet Tuesday ev: Graham and Carolyn Baptist attended tion. ter. All who are interested in actively -

Hj'?< enlng! November 20, In the school the football game in Okeechobee Sullivan's 92 yard run for Mrs. Maude Hare attended the supporting the high school foot-
auditorium. Attendance is ; I
I urged. Friday night. (Continued on Page ) horse races in Fort Myers Sunday. ball team are asked to be present.




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Thes. 2:14. Remember When?-- sound of one 88 made me glad t
f'1' SCHOOLHO OBSERVE came followers ; de- missed most of it. I have really seen.
God in Judea sys- this country from 20 miles south of
im (Continued from Page 3) Berlin to the Austrian border. That's,
for Ye also have
THURSDAY AS J. A. McGehee as justice of the
I'I'I I NEXT of your own peace. where I am now. Frances, I have got
they have of or to stop for now. Let me hear from
John K. Shaw, vice-president of
'I I THANKSGIVING DAY total dur- the Southern Sugar Company was I you and tell all 'Hello.' Rookie
accidentally killed while duck hunt Avant."
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ing in South Dakota. He was stand- Needless to l
David C. Elgin say was delighted to
(Hendry Ou-y News) Road ing in a boat when a charge of shot hear of Hookie's account of the fateof

I 1 Principal E. J. Bullock said Monday Sunday School from the gun entered his abdomenand Clewiston's monkey but Mr. F. L.
I j that the Hendry county school Gericke, Supt. this he, died shortly afterwards. Williamson says that after Tarzan
j board had set the last Thursday in ial'\ Election return parties were held I was re-captured following the storm
this month as Thanksgiving Day and at the Sunday a con- at the Watanabe Hotel, the ClewistonInn that a wild cat shared his cage and
I' that meant that the Thanksgiving Morning and at Alston's Drug Store. A Tarzan is believed to have teased
weekend school holidays therefore A nursery for to sparkling celebration of Armistice the wild'cat once too often for one
I would be November 29th, and 30th, ducted by the ; : Day was planned by the veterans of morning Tarzan was no where to be
I i school reopening December 3rd. the Community ta\- I World I. Predictions were made that found and the wild cat had a gleamin
I However, Miss Jean Moore, county "Let the to I one local farmer would clear $40,000to his eye and was larger around the
supervisor! said Tuesday that the Say So" is the -. : $50,000 on a 100 acre field of waistline than he had been the night
i ) schooTboard evidently had no know- ter's sermon. beans. An editorial pleading for con-'I before. Take your choice of the fate
ledge of the action taken by the recent Westminster : prac- servation of birds in Florida of Tarzan. -
legislature when the last Thursday P. m. printed by the Jacksonville Times-' '
I date was set. Board Member E. You are Union.
I I L. Stallings said he was in favor of ship with us. high- Construction of the Sugarland
I I, changing the date to. the fourth a Highway from Palm Beach County
Thursday, or November 22nd, and who line through Clewiston direct to La- 1946
Miss Moore said she would contact getting Belle was to be started in the near

;) other members of the board who it Rev. W. S. : future. Completion of the road would
1 is believed will agree on the Fourth bring LaBelle 15 miles closer to
Thursday observance. Merchants will Church guar- Clewiston than by the present route
high-} '
close in observance of National Turkey Evening in through Glades County. It ,was believed -
J : Day next Thursday if the schools Parents are better that the road would be sur- FORD
close. The post office will operate on children to the and faced with concrete.To .
holiday hours and public 'offices will Mrs.: H. E. farm- any of you who might be
close also.. class for interested as I was in the fate ofClewiston's
I 1 in I
first zoo occupant, Tar-
Established by Congress or the
I ) zan, here is a letter I received this
: President, the congressional act of NowOnDSPLAY i
week which explain his disappearance -
1941 makes Thanksgiving Day the safe-
: Rev. W. : "Dear Frances: I was
:\ fourth Thursday; and the 1945 legislature Leg-
just reading column in the
.j : set observance of the' day the your '
Sunday Clewiston News, 'Remember When,
as the fourth Thursday. people
Morning and you were looking for informa-
I Six years ago Thanksgiving was Children's : meas- tion telling of the whereabouts of, or
I i the subject of a nationwide contro- Evening what became of Clewiston's lone
n : versy. In mid-August, 1939, President You are monkey, Tarzan. At last I have found 1
:! Roosevelt announced that in or- trace of him. He took runningfits
ship with us.FIRST some The Ford you have been wait-
der to extend the holiday shopping and ran off to Germany. Seemsas
ing for is now on display. It'sthe
period between Thanksgiving and though he had many friends there. smartest looking Ford in
Christmas he would proclaim the i His friends decided to change his
." former a ,week earlier. Legally his ':. '1 name from Tarzan to Hitler, also
1; authority was limited to the District him first of Adolf. He
. "The gave a name
; of Columbia, consequently the goVernors H. C. ) turned out to be a smart monkey, history.SEE
-1 ( of the states reacted in various Sunday School : on until a guy by the name of Uncle IT

!' ways. Morning in Sam found out his real identity ,and
There were protests from the pub- Training Union week Started making another cage for him.
lic and football coaches, too. Colleges Evening i I A note After three years of hard work the Under its trim, broad hood,
objected because of interference with Prayer Service. Doug-.i cage was completed. Tarzan had the there's more lively power than
vacations and scheduled games.: Historians Miami' choice of two things, the cage or ever before, longer life:-

pointed out that Thanksgiving I Where has death, so he decided on death, ,and greatly improved economy in
;, had been observed on a varietyof is our nice friend, Uncle Sam, has made both oil and gasoline. .
days. :Senator Norris of Nebraska Tax of Bu his death official. For proof of my

proposed to combine it with Armis- Depart- information am enclosing a pictureof ,
:. tice Day. The result was that 23 I:8 Tarzan better known as the late f
states complied with the presidential The ov \ Mrs. Hitler. Much' to my sorrow we can't There's a in your future
;' requests; 25 others ---: including up last Tuesday late have him back in his cage at Clew-
Massachusetts did not. In at least kyand iston.

three, Mississippi? Texas and Colorado stitutional Doug- ""Frances: I'm not completely crazy
; ; both holidays were observed.? the use of } of the -just having a little fun but,I'm not
In retrospect this 'controversy_ be-, II highway did saying that I won't be if I don't get
comes noteworthy because it went on cue to the Monday out of this place before long. Howis We Have It
in, 'competition with such world I ning its own But everything with you and Camp,
events as Hitler's march into Poland fiscal policies. Mr. bell? Fine, I hope. I heard that his e
:: and the beginning of World War II. Based on News home now. Tell him 'Hello' for We're holding, "open house."
Even ,today the fact ,that two ,states today, Next me. I hope to be home before many
Come in and see the 1946 Ford.
'. are still unreconciled demonstrates mendments ." months and have a real get together
1 the difficulty of changing a national use only, the with all my old friends. I'm so sick
',- custom. gasoline and coming of this place I don't know what to do. HENDRY COUNTY
would pass by over I have an awful time trying to speakthe
; THE CHURCH OF GOD in Kentucky : another kraut language. I didn't get ion MOTORS INC.
Rev R. R. Holland, Pastor sylvania. much of the fighting but the ,
..-- I I Pennsvlvania's ;

Sunday School . . 10:00 a. m., ed 536,000 .
and ,... '==, '=" """"" ="'" ==O= ='" ="" '" =
Preaching ,. . . : 11:00 a. m., 86,000
Evangelist Service . '7:00 p. m. The sweeping I
Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:15: p. m, measures in ,
Y. P., E. Thursday . 7:15: p. m,. desire on the ,
t _L. W W. B. Friday 7:15 p. m, safeguard road
.\ ; One and all have a cordial invitation : pation in order

v -p\r .L_ to attend these services. I ability for high
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The Clewiston News _...............I'................................................ .._......_......J'.' re J. ,D.,Hooker'writes the family that ,
r (<":":-:-:":-:-: :":":-:":":-:-:-,":":-:":":-:-:":" LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
.. he expects to be a free man, as far .;
as the Navy is concerned by Decem-
Remember When? '
Published every Friday In Clewiston.! : With ber 15th.
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS; .
Inc By Frances Nail Editor, '
I Cpl. Clayton S. Waters
sent in a The Clewiston News,

Entered as second class mall matter MfNfNf. ..NfN. .....Mf. ..NfNf. ..N-NfNfNfNfN. . .NfNfNfNf. .Nff. Our change Durrence.of Clayton address had through Mrs. Foy be Clewiston, Florida.
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office inClewiston. I. Boysin expected to Dear 'SirRe. :- .
Florida, under the Act of (Taken from the files of the Clew back in the states some time ago your article in the last issue
(March 3, 1881. iston News, November 16, 1928) but has been sitting in Marseilles fora
of the Clewiston News giving publicity -
Enthusiasm switched from politicsto the long while now awaiting transportation -
1 to the city authorities banning
CARR SETTLE. Publisher'SubscrIptIon hunting which would officially open home. He writes that he now
the keeping of chickens in certainsections
on November 20th. has no idea when he may get back.In .
Rate--f.2.50; Per Tear of the town.It .
Clewiston was looking forward to the meantime, Mae Lily is waiting would
seem to me that their
Advertising Rates On Application. Service
the brightest Thanksgiving in it's idly on this side of the Atlantic. energies and facilities could be much .

brief history. Heading the list of better used by curtailing and controlling -
Devoted to the advancement and welfare blessings was the escaping of serious Mr. and Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, the number of dogs of all
of Clewiston and Hendry County. damage from the hurricane; the Sr., received word this week that
startling rapidity of development dur- .:,,:,,:,,:,,:-:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:-:":":'.:":":-: ( :..: ..:...;..: their son, N. V. S. Jr., was commis- breeds and nationalities now roaming -
the streets. In my opinion this
ing the past year from a small town Although it will mean losing some sioned as an Ensign In the U. S. Navy I creates a real danger. With the num-
on November 8 at Fort Midshipman's -
into the most thriving communityin darned good help out of the office Schuyler ber of dogs running at large in the
South Florida was another reasonto for at least a couple of weeks, we Training School. He will town one with rabies could infect
f&mITORIALSSOCIATION& give thanks. Then too, everyone rejoice with Frances Nail in the return report for temporary duty at the numerous other dogs who in turn
knew when Thanksgiving was in Brooklyn Navy Yard a,nd will go
of her hubby, W/O CampbellE. could bite a great many people be-
those days now we have our choiceof Nail from service in the Pacific from there to Newport. At present fore they could possibly be stopped.
on which to reflect on Ensign Mumford'is on leave and visiting -
days with the Seabees. Frances had a wire A CITIZEN.
our many blessings and we have so from Campbell Wednesday evening his sister and brother-in-law,

much to be thankful for this year that he was in California and she. will Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Case. in Oskosh. MRS. MUMFORD ENTERTAINS
The House *
of 1945 we need more than, the two
leave the first of the week to meet BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAY
F/O J. A. McGehee, 'jr., called
to to celebrate Thanks
alloted us him in Jacksonville. And we have a
C. S. Mauryne from Brunswick, N. J., on
/ By D.
giving. very selfish hope that Campbell will Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford entertained -
Monday. He arrived Thursday at
America spent $12,000,000 to elect decide to hang up his hat in Clewis- her bridge club Wednesday af-
that Ar- Morrison Field and Mauryne left im-
,There is already a President and Japan spent 24,000- ton now that he is ince more (or ternon in Sugarland Park at her home
mistice Day will soon be a forgotten mediately to join him there. He .is
000 yen or $12,000,000 in Installinga soon will be) a civilian. there. High prize was won by Mrs.
holiday for last Monday, the day set new Rmnerer. In my humble opinion expected to get a forty-five day leave, F. E. Conkling and Mrs. J. E. Beards-
of the day. I I within the next few days and present
for the observance
apart they were swindled. The Japs, I Lynn Yoder, erstwhile BM 1/c of ley won second prize.In .
the post- indications are that he will be stationed -
the U. S Engineers,
only addition others Mrs. F.
I were
mean.A Uncle Sam's Navy is visiting for a
at Morrison Field following
for ob-
office and the bank closed '
line was quoted from a Chicago few days with his brother Richard termination of his leave. Pat has been Deane Duff, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs.

servance. to newspaper as one of the best linotype Yoder following his discharge from stationed in India with the ATC for W. C. Owen, Mrs. R. C.: Wilson, ,Mrs.C. .
With two more victory days read J. Nielson and Mrs. ,Otto LarsenI'.
mistakes in a long time. It service in Jacksonville the latter part the past
the year.
celebrate now at the ending of
"The Party will be gin at 10 o'clock" of last week. Lynn was a timekeeper .* .* '
Second World War it makes it a little
Bath tub be ginning in those days. for the sugar corporation when he ATTENDING MEETING
difficult to observe them all as holi- A. D. Frith, Jr., who has been over -
The average American was said to entered service and it appears pro-
days and it seems probable that there in the South Pacific with the 4ti '
own at least two or three dozen pairsof bable that he will return here to resume John Tiedtke, a director of the
will finally be one Victory Day cele- Marine Division for several years,
State Farm Bureau is the
i shoes. If they could have looked his work in the timekeeping
brated, that which came when Japan has written his folks that he is along at
Farm Bureau Federation meeting
into their little crystal ball they department after a couple of weeks. I
capitulated to give us total victory. would have known that the average last on his way home. Orlando on Thursday and Friday of

And that one is so close to Labor American would need blessed this week and will make a report of
that it will interfere with that every R. B. McCollum, recently discharged -
Day pair of them walking the streets ALTAR SOCIETY MEETS the audit committee at"this mornings
from the Army Signal Corps
holiday, looking for work after '29. session. Highlight of the meeting was
But though the world may forget after almost three years in service, '
The regular monthly meeting of the talk by Secretary of Agriculture
Armistice Day as a holiday, there are (OMITTED LAST WEEK) 29 months of which was overseas in St. Margaret's Altar Society took Clinton L. Anderson at the Thursday oj.
thousands of men in this country Burma and India, ''has returned with '
place Monday evening the home of afternoon session. f
who will never be able to forget it- Clewiston and the state went republican Mrs. McCollum to Clewiston and has Mrs. Edward B. Seegers. Mrs. C. J. ,

those who heard the cease fire or- in the national election and accepted a position with the United Nielsen was the lucky winner of the f

der in 1918. To them Armistice Day helped elect Herbert Hoover and States Sugar Corporation in the commissary ':' floral pictures raffled by the Society. the home of Mrs. Gene Powers on

still lives as one of the greatest mo- Charles Curtis. The defeated candi- department and Mrs. McCol The December meeting will be at Monday, December 10.Ihanksgiving .
ments in history,. fully as great a dates were Alfred Smith and Joe T. lum is in the payroll department. He

day as V-Day in 1945. I Robinson. Irving Berlin wrote a is the fourth returned veteran to be I
corny little campaign tune entitled returned to their former position in

And speaking of hilidays, it appears "There'll Be Blue Skies With Hoover the commissary department and the

that we are the only ones In the Bluer Skies With Al." Little he corporation is doing the 'same in all

state still observing the last Thurs- 'knew then: of the bursting of the departments, giving first preferencefor

day in the month as Thanksgiving.Such bubble that was lurking in the fall jobs to ,those former employeeswho Dinner
stubbornness is inexcusable, of 1929 or he would have named the did their part in the service.

we'll have to admit, but'since we are campaign song "There'll Be Gray *

entitled to some eccentricities as a Days With Anybody." However, in A letter this week from Edith' Dil-
country newspaper editor we'll still those days we went merrily on our ley tells us that her husband, Lt.

observe the last Thursday. The laugh way'dreaming of two 'chickens ,In W. E. Dilley, USNR;; is now com- Served Continuously from 1 to 9 P. M.

os that it appears little chanceto every pot and two cars in every ga- manding officer of the Naval Air ,

observe either of the days unless rage. Clewiston endorsed, Trammellfor Facility at Dinner Key. We under- Reservations Accepted

it be to take an extra hour off for Senator, Carlton for Governor, stand that Mrs. Dilley expects to ar-

lunch to permit a big luncheon to Hurd L. Reeves, Jr., for county rive some time this week to join her -
digest. judge, D. L. 'McLaughlin for sheriff, husband in Miami.
William T.- Hull for clerk'of the *
Cecil Parkinson tells us this week I circuit court, J. L, Taylor for tax M/Sgt. Conrad T.. Clark is at longon

that the Victory Drive for the sale collector, E. L. Stallings for superin- his way home but his wherea-

of bonds is not going so well in tendent of public instruction, J. R. bouts at the present are a mystery for

Clewiston. Too many, with the war Alston, A. L. Taylor, A. O. Ward for he wrote that he was leaving Assam, IN FOODS .

over, are inclined to sit back com- board of public instruction, W. C. India and would go by train to Cal-

placently and view this as a job well Hooker, Seldon L. Stewart, H. L. cutta. He expected to leave the 17th .
forgetting that still havea Delaney, W. L. Murray and J. L. arrive
done and we and about the 1st of December.
lot of obligations to those boys who Maddox as county'commissioners and Connie has his own railway detach- THE CANEBRAIE :

did our fighting for us. There are (Continued on Page 3) ment now. Christmas should find

,hundreds of thousands of boys to be nearly all of Clewiston's service men :'\

hospitalized for injuries received in back with their families and in civil-

combat and Illness contracted in every ian clothes. Air Conditioned

corner of the globe; there are Big Cypress for turkeys and other .* '

still millions of our boys on those game and 'we spent a few minutesthe T. D. Smoak, formerly WT 1/c,

battlefronts more homesick than ev- other day inspecting the one USNR, arrived home Monday proudly

er now that the fighting is over Mutt Thomas has., rigged up. It has I bearing a discharge, He had been in A A

and ,they must be brought home; airplane tires about four feet ;high, service for almost two years and most .-NfN:NfNfNfN:-.fN N NfNfNfNfN:..:N:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..N..:N 11tH Nf..:NfNfNfN..:N Nf..:NfNfNfNfN N;..:..:..:.
there are other hundreds of thous- on a light Ford truck chassis and I recently was stationed in the South

ands in armies of occupation who even has a seat rigged up on top of I Pacific for thirteen months.

must be cared for. Added to this is the back platform which is for the *

the inflation bugaboo which, if allowed lookout perhaps. He might even ride Mrs. W. F. Nail was pleasantly ANEW

to begin, will soon eat up up there to take 'a)hot at any game surprised to receive a wire from Walker -

those wartime savings some are so he chances to see providing the game this week from Virginia stating

anxious to spend now with little to I I I warden isn't looking. that he expected to be free within

spend them for. First reports on the game situation ten days. Ruth received a letter from G.E Electric RefrigeratorNow

Why not put that extra money into I are not too promising for unfavorable him only a few days ago with a

bonds, let it work for you until the weather conditions have French date line so the wire from

things you want and need are avail- conspired, it seems, to reduce' the Virginia was a real surprise. His ship

able again and then spend it it you turkey and quail population. But docked on Tuesday after almost a

like? there are many expert hunters in the record crossing the Atlantic. We Or\ Display
area who know just where to go and
should be saying "hello" to Walker
Next Tuesday is the beginning of one may be sure that there'll be
very soon now.
hunting season and one may be sure wild turkey on several Clewiston WE ARE ALSO NOW IN POSITION TO (INSTALL BOTTLED

that there'll be a lot of men missing tables Thanksgiving.IS his discharge AND HEATERS
R. D: Horne, who received GAS SPACE HEATERS WATER
during most of next week. Some
from the Army some weeks
very ingenious swamp buggies have ago, has returned to his former job
been devised for into the We wish appreciation for
getting YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID with the Clewiston Bar. He was overseas express our
in the European Theatre, for the splendid patronage we have enjoyed
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---.'.? -. r-' -_ __, ,- many months. during the two months since :our opening

James Winn received his honorable despite the shortage of much merchandise.Our .
discharge from the Navy in Jackson- ,
JUICY STEAKS'OYSTERS ville last week and is back home 'in
civvies. James has been stationed permanent location is still pending but we expect to announce '

aboard a repair ship in the South that location by December. '

FROG LEGS, Pacific and has gone through some
colorful experiences. He had enlistedfor
a four year hitch which would

FRIED CHICKEN have been up in January but was HAY BUILDINGAlderman

; : lucky enough to doff the Navy'blues

a couple of months earlier.
:* *
OPEN 5 A. M. TO 12 P. "
,M. Sgt. Wilbur Ray Sullivan, Marine & Wright

Air Corps, has written his parents,
SEVEN DAYS A WEEKEDDIE'S Mr. and' Mrs John G. Sullivan, that .

he left Green Island, his last station,

on the 11th enroute to the states. Furniture Company

Sgt. Sullivan has been overseas twen-
CAFE ty-six months and has been stationed

in the Marshalls and Johnson Island I

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I CI>((<<...-.: ..c.. l l Z l tt .o.-.o..o..o.: i . .-'.-'.-+--.0.: .<< .0.- I :MRS.! McLENDON HOSTESSTO Ward, Mrs. Joe M. Hall, Mrs. R. M. FOR SALE 193 7
J i BRIDGE CLUB FRIDAY, Hare, ,Jr., Mrs. H. C. ,Thompson, Mrs.:i Ford
I I J. W." Ezelle, Mrs. S. L. Crochet coupe. Cash. Contact Ed.
: The bridge club which meets bimonthly -i Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Mrs. W. C.+

1.1.. TERSONALand SOCIETY ]= on Friday evenings met last Hooker and Mrs. V. C. Woodward. i J Ward. 1 Itp
week at the home of Mrs. C. L. :Mc I
Lendon. High prize of individual bait DINNER IS GIVEN TO
servers was won by Mrs. S. L. Cro- CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY I "

..-,.....-...,.....--.1. chet, second prize of 'greeting card3 FOR SALE. 1 1941 Indian -
: :: :; : ; ; was won by Mrs. G. E. Etherton and Mr. and Mrs. W. ;J. Robinson entertained -, motorcycle '
Charles Bolton good
Mrs. Foy Durrence recived a cosmetic at their home on Thursday)
j: Beach Tuesday kit for cut prize. evening of last week with a fried tires, buddy seat wind-
Joe M., Hall, The hostess served pie and coffee chicken dinner, the occasion being i j ,
I : from a week's to Mrs. Crochet, Mrs. Etherton, Mrs. the'fifteenth birthday of their daughter -' shield and saddlebags.

J in Hender- Durrence' Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs.P. Caroline Joyce. I| '
M. Mcintyre, Mrs. H. C. Thompson The guests arrived home with I Jack Herring. Clewistoa

!t: -- Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., and Mrs.A. Caroline after school and were serv-; ..- i-ii"ii'ir-u-u-u-ui-ir-n-u--| ,,, ,_,i_ _M-ux
i: spent the week W. Lawrence. ed cakes and cookies on the lawn. jii-nn.-i-m.
'' visiting' her par- Then all mounted horses and went
F. E. Bryant, BIRTHDAY PARTY riding for the remainder of the afternoon WANTED By Clau-
; :: was in Jackson- { returning to the house for dette Colbert A
.t meeting of the I the dinner at 7 p. m. I ,
i2 Board. Fred Hansen was honored Monday The large dining room table was I definition for "KbbleuThose
L evening with a party given by his ,
laid with a beautiful crocheted
( daughter, Mrs. Johnnie ,Hale at her tablecloth -
li;-C. ; Lau are leaving home. Attending were Mrs. Willis, crocheted by Mrs. Robinson's j i with sense humor

:'i Peru, where he II Rankin, Letha Fielder, Mr. and Mrs. I grandmother, and centered with al bring Dixie
answers to
!t.) ? : with the Fielder, Mr. and Mrs. Sears, Jimmy crystal cake stand which held the
$ '. and Mrs. Lau Fielder, Mr. Smith, Steve Chayko- I birthday cake decorated in pink and G-vstal Theatre Sun. -
f. by the U. S. visky, Mr. Ashbury and Mr. Simmons. blue with fifteen blue candles. Can-I
the past year. delabra on either side held large blue Mon. .
'ft- candles. I
J; MOTHER'S CLUB HAS Following the dinner r were -,,,...,.,.,.,...-
1" played and prizes awarded to.
' were
the first of the .
June Espenlaub and Ruth WANTED To
Mary buy
I I discharge from The Mother's Club of the Clewis-
son. Caroline received JOhn-I
, : N._ C. on ton Community Church met Monday many
: cluding a birthstone ring and trumpet or cornet. See
have accepted night at the Community Center with
/: corporation. Mrs. C. R. Egley and Mrs. Everett let from her parents. I Joe Schroder at Parkinsont -
Others present were Mrs. Marie V.:
r' I J. Casper as hostesses. During the
Sapp, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Sutton, Mr. 1
' C. Granere and business session plans were com- i s. tc
'i/ and Mrs. W. H. Sutton of St. Petersburg -
': this week end. pleted for the Christmas dinner party
, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Johnson,/
introdoctri- when the husbands of members will
, :; an Ronnie Robinson, Mary Ruth JOhnIson
while 'join them for the holiday meeting. I
Lena Mae
Johnson, June Espen-j -
r will visit Pumpkin pie, whipped cream and !
laub, Callie Davis, Christine Espen-
coffee were served to those present mick Deerinnr Tractor
laub, Betty Lou Emrich, Betty Mc-:
who were:' Mrs. G. H. Brown, Mrs. C.
,C. Wilson and N. Christian, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs.C. Horn.Clendon, Mona Hand and Earlen I Disc Plow and Trailer.

Bishop at- E. Gericke Mrs. D. C. Hancock,
are I
Will deliver. Mrs. S.
of the Florida : Mrs. Carl E. Johnson, Mrs. Otto Larsen J

Association 0t Mrs. W. ,N. Martin, Mrs. C. L. ___'h._.._._ ._ __'_._ I I1K11 Taylor. Phone 158. -- .
at Miami McLendon, Mrs. L. Weetman, Mrs.
end. W. D. Wylie, Mrs. Quentin Evans, !
I Mrs W; H. Rayburn and three new tlfJ l1

members Mrs. H. M. Greer, Mrs. J. TURKEYS for Thanks-
Cox of Miami
W. Holding and Mrs Margery Rock- DOUBLE JTYJLLL
here with his well. giving and Christmas

: Mrs.- S., Mr.H. Cox and, I i Place orders now. Mrs. J.

returned with MRS. WILSON ENTERTAINS > =--- M. Fountain. Phone 82
I or 148W. 2tp.

R. C. Wilson was hostess to ti
was night hostess'at her at her bridge club Wednesday' after- LOST One wife in I

noon at her home on E. Crescent FOR SALE Two bed
: Avenue honoring crood condition. Any one -
Drive. Mrs. W. H. Lanier held high
Mr. and-Mrs.
celebrated their score and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt cut for knowing her whereabouts -room house, furnished or
I prize. Cake and coffee were served to
; R.recently.C. Nowling Oth Mrs., Lanier, Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs. I can locate me at unfurnished. 417 W. '

H. R.' Hall, Mrs. R. M., ,Bishop Mrs.J. .
:: .." -I W. Ezelle,,Mrs. Prewitt, Mrs. G. B. I Dixie Crystal Theatre. :Crescent Drive. ,W. PL

Thomas and Mrs. Gene Powers. 'I Peters. 1
McLendon and Sun. Mon.. Dick Foran tp

returned to Sas-I I .
two weeks visit SURPRISE STORK PARTY ------------------------------------------- -
C. L., McLendon. I
the brother of ]
has recently I Hub Spooner was guest of A S '
the Army. honor at a surprise stork shower and dt S iPa'A
::i: bridge party given Wednesday even- frieS'
Monday at ,the ing, November 14, by Mrs. Foy Dur- 0 .t1
Paul Bussey rence at her home. Mrs. Spooner oPened \ :" ,', .
Cato, Mr. and the many gifts given to her r
? .rand Mrs. S .T. befor ethe progressions were played.
Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. C. L. McLendon held high scoreto
Beach, Mr. and| win top prize, Mrs. H. C. Post won
Virginia Ow-I| second high and Mrs. W. D. Wyliecut r
Douglas ardj I I for prize. Angel salad, salted
: m Beach. j nuts, saltines and coffee was servedto
the guests. I

and Mrs. Floyd il Invited were Mrs. McLendon Mrs.
to Avon Park : Post, Mrs. Wylie, Mrs. G. E. Ether-
illness of their I ton, Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. E. O. 1 0 9,

who died Wed
!' and Mrs. James I __- ---- ----------- -----------
If Robert Harris I 1000 First Street Fort Myers, Florida I

services up Thursday,which I BUY FROM THE CATALOG

Friday. Over 100,000 Additional Items +

Friday is Gay- I Use Our Easy Payment Plan I Ij
son of G. B.

I ; a ,T/3 docked in SUN. MON. NOV., 18-19
4th on the Gen-
I a long time "GUEST .WIFE" .

I in England he Claudette Colbest Don Ameche ; i .:'-.JJ::. I
and is making
soon as possible. 7 TO 10 A. M. 12 TO 2 P. M. C TO 8 P. \!.
in England TUES. WED. NOV. 20-21

there. Mr. Double Feature
to spend several
; father and Mrs. Ralston"BEWITCHED" For A Relaxing Meal-Dine In A

: i
', I Pleasant Atmosphere
Phylis Thaxtes
+ + i -

: THURS.-FRI. NOV. 22-23 You'll Find Service Good Foot at TheCLE'V"IfSTON and Gracious

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; The CMston Beauty ShopIs I. Thursday uX IAS Barbara open IX CONNECTICUT"3 p.m.Stanwick continuous lINN-

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i I pleased to announce that

1 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24 Meet Your Friends In Our ,
I Specializing in Facials, Manicures and 1 WIlliAM GARGAN ,
rt Open 11 A. 51. To 2 P. M. -4 P. M. To 12 P. M. I'
. Pedicures, has joined our staff. 7/ i 4 FUZZY KNIGHT
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farmers might' think about.' If they Farmers Have Less 4 I In .Hendry County week but total payments dropped
and protect game birds, from $112,419.
Seems To MeBy perhaps encourage plant some special crops for To Worry Them Get Unemployment Hillsborough county with $36,629'

them, they will increase coveys and In payments continued to lead all
the size of the coveys on their land. This Time CompensationAs counties in the state, and Polk county -

II. Clark Bell Why not try it, and. sell hunting was second with $11,001 in pay-

rights to hunters? Some farmers Washington, D. C.-Farm prices standat unemployment compensation ments, he said.
. the atomic secrets Harry have done this with quite satisfac- 206 per cent of the 1909-1914 average payments leveled off throughout the In order to reduce unemployment,
Truman and Clement are discussingare tory results, and there is no reason -hIgher than the prices of 1918-and state during the week ending November Chairman Smith recommended that
liable to be sidetracked into how why others who endeavor 'to Increasethe will drop again but not as sharply as in 3, payments totaling $67.00 were employers make their needs knownto

poor but proud Britain can wanglethe game on their places should not 1921 because the Government is requiredby made in Hendry county to 4 persons the nearest office of the U. S. Em-
dollar loan out of law to maintain support prices of at
five billion ployment Service. 'Failure to
also try it. full 1 male and 3 female, Carl B. Smith,
asking for. least 90 per cent of parity for two
Congress that they are following the'year in Chairman of the Florida Industrial suitable employment when offered
at two percent interest with the calendar years will suspend the rights of claimantsto
And of Commission, reported.
ends The Department
Parlia- Is Your Insurance which the war ,
principal to be outlawed by has announced.The unemployment compensation.
Agriculture Throughout Florida 6,914 claim-
ment as was the greater part of the Good In Florida? announcement indicates the farmer ants received $109,684 during the Claimants receiving compensation
United Kingdom's debt to the United in during the week in Hendry
will not be a victim of a 'drop week Chairman Smith said. The county I
States for the first World War. I prices similar to that which followed the number of claimants increased :were classified as. Shipbuilding and.
hate to repeat myself but it seemsto J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurerand last war iu 1921 when prices hit the low Construction: Laborers 1, Welders
me we have paid enough in blood Insurance Commissioner, is of 115 per cent of the Slay 1920 level slightly over that of the preyious 2., Chemist 1.

and materials and money for our own launching a campaign designed to which was 235 per cent of the 1909-
level. Thus the farmer will have
errors of unpreparedness 'and inform' the citizens of Florida regarding .. ..
war more money than after the last war. 7 "-;;"'\ :;-'!:: '''';:< '':<=':;:i" !:n. _
appeasement and it also seems that the risk they are assumingin I
War Finance Committee officials said
Britain is making loans to other purchasing insurance from companies that in addition to the maintenance of

countries both in money and which are not licensed to do the price level for two years, that non- HOMOGENIZEDVIT.A.MIN
ial. What we are doing is mater-I I business in Florida. The Commis- farm families already have, and are accumulating -

tain the money with which sioner points out mainly that suit a- weekly savings! through the
alliances with other countries.. The gainst non-admitted companies can- Payroll Savings Plan of the War Finance 'D' MILKAnd
rebuild her of Division of the Treasury. This, they .
money with which to not be maiptained in the Courts
economic empire so that she can un- Florida that these companies pay claim is proof the non-tarm front will
be much better able tc %upport Itstilf
dersell and outsell us in world trade. no tax in Florida; and that, many of thai after the last war during the nor- Other Alfar Products

Let's give her the five billion but the contracts issued are very much mal lull of reconYersion.\jui-ers of
let's not do it without getting trade limited in the protection offered. farm products will have tiro money to AVAILABLE AT YOUR

and economic concessions that will Larson said, "These companies oPerate -: buy, It was said, and farmers should

enable us to realize at least part of through the mail and over radio avail themselves of the opportunity to GROCERY AND
War Bonds during the Victory
the principal because Britain' cannot and the only way to protect our acquire lave the with
Loan so as to money
and has no intention of repaying us people is through some publicity on which to modernize and handle the non- DRUG STORE
on a dollar for dollar basis. Uncle the subject. I receive a great many farm market demands that will be

Sam has been described for genera- complaints about these companies._ backed with cash to pay sustained prices
tions by Britain as 'Uncle Shylock'. during the two years after fighting

Nothing could be further from the ST. :MARGARET'S CATHOLIC ceases. n
truth. We have never been repayedin CHURCH The Payroll Saving Plan has sold $18- LFFA"Phone

full for a loan made to any for- FT. Peter J. Rcilly, Pastor 000,000,000 in War Bonds to wage earn-
ers, that great bulk of non-farmers who I'
We have had them Clewiston 00
eign country. Mass : a. m.
will, if need be, enjoy the fruits of their
ly refuse to pay, we have had them Mass, Pahokee-11:00 a. m. savings in the reconversion period and

! expropriate our industries, we have -- have the cash with which to support
had them place prohibitive tariffson ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL themselves.

our merchandise' we are get- CHURCH Secretary of Agriculture Clinton P. 20, Belle Glade, Fla. and

ting ready to again fill their coffers Anderson adds that "prosperity of the
with good American gold. It doesn't Services every :Sunday:: at 8:30a. farm' depends primarily on purchasing West Palm Beach, Fla.
m., at Clewiston Community power in the city."
make sense.

Church.THE I\s ... ... .
. that our worthy governor has REV. S. D. MASOIC YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID' 'l.'ICrr' T '''''r: .c.=.c= U-7--: = ;';; =V'J'1/c;:: ::1i.:rt" ""''Et'"T. ==" '

made a bit of a jerk out of himself < )
- -- - -
with his unsportsmanlike blast at the .
! 'Gator football team. He accuses those I

boys of failing "to show either the

ability to win or the ability to fight."
That appears to me as a veery small, +S' r1a't&<+4 As \ I.kY J < r 4+ J )v F yr' rw ;tJ 2 rK

mean, petty and entirely unjustified

remark. Is .he accusing the playersof Rom L", y The South Welcomes Them. ,
'laying down'? Is ht accusing themof gol

deliberately losing games? If they w b: atI 1 C "|"HE postwar readjustment period will du
had as little spirit as he you
wouldn't be able to drag one of.them ;; ra, dT ,y JJtJ: .,a r trra, ;: =b t'dRYa tr >d bring new blood to the South. Many young' offl
/ YM 1 + M r ? i
into a football suit to go out on the bl., x >k) r- -- I ,p t1"n fe y,'. .+. i?y pen from other sections tF who- recejvedjtheir the n
field and takt a physical beating for training in s s+?utherla cam returnwandd sin ) ,.I
minutes when they are playinga
sixty team that completely outclasses VA. Ijrake their permane n homes i n the South: fre, a1R }

them. The governor hints that/"som9- 'R r The havedscovded theSouth They hou

thing should be done." He indirectly _-- -" were charmed by the South's'congenial climate E l

threatens to keep the Universityof
Florida from athletic competitionwith f.tFha and the quiet, easy manners of its peoan i mYt

other colleges and universities.In l yfet i "'' ple.: They saw with their own eyes fertile mon

effect he says that the 'Gator ,,. :< '* lands that will produce a variety of year- will '

football tea mshall not play unlessit I x j "s f4paa round crops. They saw in the pasture lands, in tx
can win every one of its games. + "T}.f\Y4G; (
They have won three out of seven. ,w' Y, 1 t .3 ti,,> ,t a ,, '' which provide green grazing two-thirds #T s>

Not a scintillating record, to be sure, axf GA. f f ;;1\J I f :H a R r the year, wonderful dairying possibilities. pr f

but one which shouldn't make their i\w.; ,lf}; They were impressed by the fact that >Sgg ']II'
red because they have hada
faces too
tough schedule and this is one of )'n'i < -- -. 444 ; B 0 I production and poultry raising are at tho avi

the years in which Florida has been .ra N. :7, :. avr .,'45 iI? nxn:. {;ftwr .rQ peak in midwinter when these products
unable to produce the manpower to S'6'"P % the farm are at the lowest ebb in the coW'r Rflr V/tRr

equal that of other opponents. I ,r ,,,2ts. .a'h"., ,..
ryi. yy r. <. climates. whc
think the governor should go out and ;

cool his throbbing brow in the Gulf,

retract his statement and issue an-

other one saying, "well, boys, we

took an awful beating this year but, ', L J ..3Rr1.Y
oh boy, how we'll moider 'em next 1 '
J r/
i a r1
I )
season. m K

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Hunting Season Here :' J7liJYY .': ;.! -. 'i ? .. . p1'I 1:J" ";:.". J' \. >J'I'-. >r' i WI., +l ., i':
t' '. :,(.;j'.v.;yx, ,Y. :4 :.. 1' 1 j a7 a I''R'
< ;: : < I';; ; : 'ft:1 4.i J3 >> l:?;
Watch Your Step ktfff5 k '.wti :i ?!4 ;4tJ! c5 _:: \ :i golden harvest from the egg and poultry inme // :
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: "{ r ;; ', !;Ji.';' J!'#'.
;! < < 't f. ? :ff:1'i' :- '+ >
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'",.",,::.rJrp,, :$,tl',;>'<{."" v;';>' ,7;4"', t 'N'' "":i ca. .!rJ);.,? 1"'r if':' . During every hunting season, some ? kf !A n :' '!t f :fJ' i.ft .i;: 1t* } %.;)i y::tf! ; 1:)J of the east, while the average distance from ma ',:i$ IJ I
f. ': IJJU1'A: -, f1" ; >!/ fY'1 *
% < ; 'W'jfYW' : ; i
accident : / ;
folks are wounded or killed ; /?< '<
f the of
ally, even though guns
has been emphasized over and over i1 IN,DuSiR'J, ., ;iiiRONrfDErt, ,. $ f.!:?; sand miles. Quick transportation will put wer mY :.
'l.'r'h: : < t"' {' A'} 'N4' w.t. ':r; "h'---'M./M!\1 s '1Jt.
again. it is too much to ; ,,.,tf i1 a'.ny:: ;'Jq"i.Jf.t M t z&$(.1 ;; }J9i\tJt1Mf. uG Htt? ( > .4.i..r;;4r fresh vegetables on eastern dInner tables 24 mat tiJ y.o. i
Perhaps( :, ",p4A jf { <:; :i ;' ; ...,:;,., .,:;{ 0'. ?,1;'J' ,,. .1. 1t\, : '+ ....,9 3' : ){.. k -
'>>1.'' l:7.: '
hope for, but, nevertheless, it is hop- :j ;::Yf.if f4', 'fS.'O": :;!< '" if t1 ;}.: :i'. !4 1f,of&> ; %<<9 lv4)\: 1 / }J3 hours after the vegetables are 'gather pie gr: !
< ,,,, ...,. .. 4rN< .
ed there will be no accidents dur- i': ':; trt ji.< } ", : }> { Yf': fJ {:1 / f{!r: 'y ad :t: is," :.;[Nr .t .c7c.'y f'i 'a rffy. xy AJ"J {S'dx: t: ':'i: 'W IMi'
ing the coming season and that everyone ;t tt."X9JS,oro.t tPZ !n ,i It\; ndaStrinIer t'<,4i.f: } : ;, :i.fi"\w,: :1 11fes l
will handle his gun carefullyin i Jf)lz p 'f' ht 3'ist 1 rd'h}, cirifYe$:')fr '3 Soirti ...g"f" "!J$YfrY.!$i an inexhaustible diamond mine, but the dla"httlt"c"P'f s, r :
; ; I !IoU ,'0 '.\ i :' : 'J ) >t ; Ji
the woods and elsewhere show 7&. r t 4 L ; : ttt '; ;6 .i';:% Jv''y:aN'iiW'i:iC1. r.+ ?; $' jt; monds are In the form of rich sub-soils which lane \)
regard for others in huntingeven ""' }we"Sna t"I' uegIQQ..to) cantme: dsUit bt'.tlltfkf1r.,\:\ %/: i ift
proper J.k
xfHYrr h.t
4.t! ':::J \, ,_:v. 1:::41.'-" *, ';>' "' though a deer or a bird mightbe 71 0.:: rHo ti nl Ur $ frd :st ffiats) : sooi1ahIi f : 4? i'ij: $, in the w hl ,{' .;\ :
lost in doing so, and take no ;JAft; rrt s$k'wr? .' <({t;;:' A Y!. '''.!, :: ,;t< >t.# ;' -1\t.'1' year.Today r i:.i 1
chances with an "unloaded" gun. ;. fj ,f JtlP ; ,mR !y ;stues''vitEl, ; n tpecl;;#RXti 4,{, jik?{} the South IS the brightest and most the '- :

Another point which the fair and .: tt ll Vtina\fsftkii'\ ())1i6fmfif 7ih: ti'fnioi1! tyi i1 promising section of the nation. In an economic ;r r I
square sportsman will take into con- ifJ"J.r" >>--... y,. "' "' '",::..... ."" :i:',:r./.. ,.{., .,", !! ',., ; ..!t,'Y.'<, .."; ...;: '>!!:t.,"'''' ,..
':fP&.q:$: 4. %. I. :'; ; 'd <,cl'''''- ''''''' o/'' :!; ;; 9""I." ; .t:=>$ sense the South has turned its face pr j '
sideration is the land which he : 't'J \I t'iika' 't.fij -I" ( '
on ldi .qvlreS' Er (i.fV 'pr m (: ttJ 'i:; i0i <>
hunts. If the land doesn't belong to u Y .tt Kb'C WK ; r r', r r<.1$,Sf away from the and is viewing the future' pa x
the hunter, he should obtain : \vy4. .ia/ { per- j :8fi'f. : '\:':: ""f ?')<.. : : t'i'ii with hope and confidence. thai ?it't: 'i
mission from the owner before he 7 "wtP'+ } yce..Pr! : $r nt Wift ton'j"N grt t CSi r linfi ;, hunts there.Whether :fk;;{%::,,,:>..t,,{;"P< Wf" ;";. W)!iV''f'j..<(. .r..,,,1h<,, .The South will welcome. these young men dim i' ,"Ry; ,_ !
'f' .4.->; : ;;''' < -Y'l \ /.rlF t" ?<'fl :t ;t. ttY'1'u<< "' O'I'{;;<: f' 4m" : / 0 . hunting on his own or f t < .. .. 1wJtx .
; .. ,,,"' +- ; .
1. ; /F'1 /%.:r'r .X; { ; :' ; <;;1-'x: !'!:" .tt&%': *./ > ;
someone else's land, it behooves the # t, ". ; ; /f :f4rf:' Aw a' t3y; 0 Ef'ttd ;WPiP'",,+,!, ; }' 2.1yiY'y. : .. its possibilities I
!'; <" "V' """ 4: ;p.{:' t:: fpmW ":> :74'f, I.;"' :{ "< :
hunter to be careful with fire. Every ',..;. Wf: : f$. r / M' / ;'&$ -' ;'>''< c Editorial
jf1tii2r 4, < ... ) "' t fromTHE .j
year there are many serious woods ;; '''M '/';'' "};:'>{ 4.y:< # ;.P.tt.N.,:. y ) '
)? ,,:: !; sr a I)"+ < .C "'.h "' y ry '* I
fires because of the carelessness of ; :F / y { i f: }{J DILLON g. C. HERALD I. I
:fJ >f.M ;: ffi4 1'i ( ) t]
hunters. Leaving live coals in a fire rh.V.1.{ C' 'D.'..ft.sm0 i j; 'I' 'N"e(' ';i. ;: ?"\ <,if {f. r N
.;(///t .4 s4 ff. :..;.: h M;
3 t.
warmth < ; ; : <. : :.
built for
throwing' away 1 "':>>; ,! 'x'i> $ 4 '
{ Pi '" f ssy\tx; t ,1' M' ,'Y.
r'i ,
Z :< ; ; y } : ; ,. ,{* ; ::i''y'.n, /; '. : .' ". ){\'\( ; $" <<;, \FZ'24r. ;
# f 4t < :; ; .q ). V.. ? "' : ": ::\ 4i
\ .
lighted cigar and cigarette stubs and *;t''i'"i f*;I1i'a f "'. 4'A' """' +$ {.&. '} .">1?: ".; f't ,.:;::'" ':! ;f--f'. :C\tM ':(# k. :; (i; t\,,,.; {,' ,t.,::: burning matches are ways in which 1;;5fflft /";;\ .<'v R I UR OA:D '' "V" :, ;. <.ttt i/:!?tj; f ''iflf t"i1i k t1-J:: w>\ '@; ':t't P'k" W 1 "" Y-:",; :%%ti % :?Yil;

hunters have started very destructive ';ti ?arf t :tJ yvni;.if, ,. sy. f I' ss a, i 1'i','it: : +;;;.;J 'xsY'M.,w !a n<2f! ,?: ;:;;'-,rk'r"Mry 2 f .kf ';a J ,'Y,2'/F e .tr

forest fires. Dousing or covering the : 8><'." f 'r ,.:, ,T. .., .., < .:r. '" H =-' ," ;
tt' : > : jx'x 7""' 'V" 1. : f ":%1"" '
ashes of a fire with sand, mashingout (! wi.M'iW0". ,: &? i t;:m.Jf1' i, t ,, \?. ,,;:j.t1:1it1..,;,: :kfj.; .:... JJiJ1 .. i{ i itl. :; ?, t.J"Y, <{i.}.:>Jtr:7J: ? {f0j : :'J' dI ). { f J{;
: <
the ends of lighted cigars and j..w f : :'f.1'I't-tt'I: :::$ ;< "' A
lt 4 k ; 3;}:?J C : '<' / *Ait'14 '': ''m '' .. 1. < "
: "II )j.fm'
"i0 ';
th tt p
I Rf'I.tJ."N' G' MEf R u ltC'S' .. x," ,
cigarettes, and breaking matches in .,'> 'j? .. ; "\. 'N"k"; 'I:" ; '., \ft";; <<"jf< ""' '' ''' .Y A\V: : .> t i *""".. ./d:
two before throwing them down are y a '>& J f r; $1tj:Y; >! ;..::w ,t;/ar ryyK;. '." ,J'F! V4WX. :.)&. :;?.. :':?y$W4f'trf7':J J..n.. f f?':< : It,-.1 ...-_ 4fJ.! : rwt&'i.} 4J
"" i ,. .'; 1K' $ : ".<', ;.< ,.y.{.1JI. .,.,,... ,.,, __ .... -s.:...." ::
ways of preventing such fires. It's j >Q>;:"NJ'JF.W"L"IW', ; ; ;.-Oj'"N<<.T. '.I',. '.JR "y"':i ''..." '<'" ;;: ..' f..... ", :', 1'.1. 'I' ., ':: ""'..>4 ';
great to go hunting, but it isn't good 1 >}fq k,-'i, s.*hs j ik rAfur a.$.1f-tl .R &$!i 1ri! .: : 1! 1tl}!' C%1i 1ti ?!!i XtW 1 : f ? }jt ( !' \:at3'Jdy Va J

at all to burn up valuable timber rQK h, }!r: ?i Y.1 i'f, ifW:1: t ,lt{ {:l.'t'$ .fi.1t;l t.V'tmi .,
; ,, "
'y. ..r.( VA ; 'j"v. ';ji.tUYU! ""< "; W"-Y'k" >M ., }<;! "" +: ",O( "- t" n"i ,.* %''''' n.d :'fi.t.i ::
through carelessness. : '\;;f .I 1Jf.'r\ ; i>t ';' ':4 v, }f.iiWlf\ W:1 tlJ'X'ff" L f, # l" .' :' ,,.t l' + '!' '11fI' t:. ""
There's another idea which some 7. ; 1i'1 ?" 1' J-B- : W:1: : 'It' i1< k"" 'ftt' ( t.t Jerf +!}$ ,*" :( \ : >>- / .1.PAGE '- ..



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:::11: J These Men Will Spend a Million For Florida ] Mrs. L. E. Lee left Thursday for for sale, and will receive competitive
Memphis, Tennessee where she will bids In Tallahassee, Florida, at 11:00
,i lands in HENDRY COUNTY. describedas
> visit her family and will be a_brides- follows:
. i\ maid in the wedding of her sister on Wof Section 11, Township 46
South, Range 32 East
the24th.IN .
i. THIS NOTICE is published in '''com-
,.r.\ ,, pliance with Sections 270.07. 270.08 and
taw.a;.,,\t\}: ...;\v a'\:r CaP t\g. yk>?,a :a:Y\ ,3 ,{.a b'hrn,2.,, \ \i0\\: ;!'? !:Pt.Y. 270.09. Florida Statutes 1941.
\,:. i \ gy ti : THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
&a The
successflu bidder is to
t't'lIt' TWELFTH JUDICIAL pay the
f.\\\.; ; I CIRCUIT OF C
advertising cost.
LY \ Ti: : >\ :? ;rRj .x.a'c ;;x\; FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY:
The Trustees of the Internal Improvement -
COUNTY.IN CHANCERY Fund reserve the right to
reject any and all bids.
lIt' q" DIVORCE BY ORDER of the Trustees of Internal 1
ANNA LEAHY SHIELDS, Improvement Fund of the Stateof

j : ;_a rF Plaintiffvs.. Florida.Millard F. Caldwell, Governor,
Defendant. F. C. Elliot, Secretary
j I NOTICE TO APPEAR Trustees I. I. Fund.
\r'.f4: TO: Mr. Elmer Eugene Shields Nov. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, 1945PRINTING
fit, Hiawassee CollegeMadisonville.
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.. fir tyY; j Tennessee
I n ,;\ Syy Y t :hyt'Sy'L4'' @. ..... t 2 :i'Ca\:b\\yQb.tzrj\'b Gx k 1i F ;r. Gtk y You are hE'reby'requlred to file an
'! r r \ : appearance in the court above de-
,, scribed on the 3rd day of December,
'. f 1945, at the County Court House in La-
: -:,: P.elle. Hendry County, Florida and
i I' thereafter to file such defenses as you
::.\4v tiCi4 fi'4's may desire or be advised in response
)V c 'hv' to the suit above entitled, which is a

', r hereby suit for designated divorce. Clewiston as the newspaper News in is In Its various forms Is a
which this order shall be publishedonce
a week for four consecutive necessity to any modern
vi r !G+, ..a.Gwarkw. :.Sx\\. avoyi: : weeks.: Herein fail not under penalty of
.m_n____".._ Hendry of November County, Florida, this. 2nd day BUSINESSand
fct'. Tallahassee (FNS) Immediately E. McCarthy, owner of R. E. McCar- M. T. Newman, president, Newman, I Hendry Clerk County of Circuit, Florida.Court like Business, Printing

|'.;+-- after awarding Florida's thy Advertising Agency, Tampa; Lynde & Associates. Robert E. Clarke By Inez Maglll must have as a prime factor
?:' state advertising program to Allied Gordon Stewart, vice president, New- head of Robert E. Clarke & Asso- Deputy Clerk
'" Advertising Agencies of Florida, the man, Lynde & Associates, Jackson- ciates, Miami, the fourth agency in J. M. Couse IMPRESSED)
> State Advertising Commission and ville; J. Saxton ,Lloyd, Daytona the coalition, was not present for the :Moore Haven, Florida ,QUALITYof
t the agency heads began to work on Beach, vice chairman of the Commis- final conference having been stricken Solicitor for Plaintiff,
L Nov. 2, 9, 1C, 23.
:': : the projected program. Shown here sion; Governor Millard F. Caldwell, with illness the first day of the materials and workman-

E E': in the State Senate Chamber are Commission chairman; Roy C. Bock- three day session devoted to hearing I Florida M
I Tallahassee ship and integrity and good
r executives of the commission and man, State Advertising Director; the solicitations of advertising agen- October 30th, 1015NOTICE
*, the Allied Advertising group. Lefty Hunter Lynde, executive vice presi-! cies. The state advertising account

r to right around the table are: T. M. dent of Newman, Lynde; Major Clifford -i will be financed from a million dol- Trustees NOTICE of is the hereby Internal given Improvement that the SERVICEto

(, Griffith, owner of the Griffith Ad- Pangburn, St. Augustine, spec lar fund appropriated by the 1945 Fund of the State' of Florida will offer
vertising Agency, St. Petersburg; R. ial consultant on plans and copy, and i iI Florida Legislature ------ the customer at a normal

,Joe Palooka Wins (matched against J. Boree's Calico. I were read and upon motion by W l-I PRICEthat
|The two horses were lined up at the dron seconded by Evers called

Feature Race.Armistice I[gate, but due to some confusion atj[carried the minutes were approved is' in line with material -
!the starting signal, Cook did not let as read.
A DayJoe quarterhorse go and' the judges I Motion by Evers seconded by Town- AW.AW.ll and labor costs-we are 1

ruled the race no contest. send that the application of Alonzo tef
i always ready to give you the
Mack) Prevatt, Jim Flint and Willie !i Howard as oiler on the dragline be :

" Palooka, Florida's champion Powers served as judges. Jack Crad- ![accepted, for consideration when the 'W2 benefit of our years ,of ex-
i quarterhorse, Monday won the feature [ dock was timer and Tommy Thompson 'i machine in operation. Motion car- '
(; race at Pressley Downs in Fort ] starter. The racing was sponsor- !ried.Motion 0 17 rsfr perience-bring your printing _

{, Myers by an estimated inch lead, 'Jed by the American Legion, and an- by Evers seconded by Miner problems to us NOW.
but not before 'he had been pushed !I other card is planned at the tracks that the Clerk draw a warrant to
: to the limit by'the surprisingly fast 1 off Anderson Avenue in two weeks. I the Treasurer of the United Statesin
'Texas Girl. the sum of 238.75 for aerial mapsto theCLEWISTQNNEWS

Joe B. Hendry's sprinter was justa be used by the assessor of taxes. I
Minutes Of November I Ij
nose ahead of Quentin Pressley's Motion carried. I
horse when they crossed the 440- [ Motion, by Miner seconded by Ev- I
'yard finish line in the fast time of j County Board Meeting I II ers that the bills be paid as read, i

'24 seconds. I I --- Motion carried. ; ....dIll
I Motion by Miner seconded by Town-
Palooka was booted across the line I
The Board
of County Commissioners isend,that the application by Angeline "11I111111111 IIIIIIIIIIIII! lIIIIIII"IIIII It>IIIIIIIIIIII"I 1t>I1I"IIIIIIIIII ( IIII""IIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIII I"III"I"III IIIII""IIIII
by J. Rimes, while Rupert, Brown purchased for the use of the j i I' ti
I Smith to sell intoxicating liquor at i
rode a great racy en Texas Girl. county tax assessor a set of aerial I
Brown was aboard several winners maps to be used in connection with I II Harlem be denied. Motion carried.
I I j
! Motion by Evers seconded by Wal- BECK MOTORS
r during the day, and shared top jock- work of his office. Dennis Small is i
dron that the Board will assist Mr.
;: ey honors with Herman Gail. the, assessor. The maps cost 23875. iI |
I I Robert Ketring to.get his child.in the .
Seth Daniels had to dig deep Into I Minutes of the meeting follow: I peoples institution if he so desired. Chrysler Plymouth Agency' .'
his of ,horse
supply meat to
get a
The Board of County Commissioners Motion carried.
winner, H: Jones' I I ..:..:..:..:..:.
over thoroughbred, of Hendry County Florida, con- i I Motion, by Evers seconded by I
Big Buddy. This was a special event i Ivened in regular session at the Courthouse |Townsend that right of way on whatIs Large Stock of Parts Now On Hand '

over a 3-8 mile course with Daniels'Bigelow !I I in LaBelle, Florida, on Tuesday known as the "Evans Road" be secured -;
|I November 6, '1945, with the following '100 feet wide. Motion
winning in 38.2 seconds. New cars will I be available soon. Get your name on
members present: Chairman ( Motion by Waldron seconded by
j': The large racing crowd which !J. O. Davidson, Charles E. Miner, Townsend that the Board adjourn. our list at once
" turned out despite intermittent showers '! B. Waldron, A. J. Evers and R'I Motion carried.

: was disappointed,. in not seeing Townsend, together with H. A. Rider WILLIAM T. HULL, ClerkJ. 'Now Located at Sinclair Station Until New Building

another famous Lee county quarter- Attorney and William T.Hull.Clerk. O. DAVIDSON, .Chairman Is' Completed

'horse. Florida Banner, in action. The I Minutes of the meeting of May 11,

Banner, owned by Bill Cook, was 1945 to and including August 7, 1945 Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, her, brother, George Beck Owner & Manager

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Slappey, all colored Army. were notified at once and while their visits to the Tokyo Bay area before
I ME- Mis. Hoffman also asks that an- escape was known no alarm had been getting a chance to go ashore to see
I WORKING _'l Ii I nouncement be made that the gov- sounded over the state, it having for the irst time the Japanese peo

ernment dose not loan money under been believed that the men were hid- pIe on their homeland and the damage -
the GI Bill of Rights. Veterans seek- ing in some road-house near Fort I wrought by the Allied forces.
tst4'ya' ing loan are requested to arrangefor Myers. Capt. Whitten I
a of the camp When peace came, the FRANKS
the loan through the usual channels came here Sunday afternoon to take I was assigned to duty as an air-sea

and then, if necessary qualifi- the prisoners back. rescue station along one of the air

cations are met, the government Thomas' car was lielG until Wednesday -: routes running to Tokyo, and later
I guarantees the loan up to $2,000. when he came for it. joined one of the fast carrier groups

I helping to patrol the waters around'
Tigers Win- I i japan.
Thomas Akin Is l --
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(Continued from Page 1) Visitor In Japan .I troyer was ordered to take a group .

down is the longest run by a Clewis- !, of applicants for commission in the

ton player back since 11 man football regular Navy to Tokyo was on
Aboard the Destroyer USS Franks,
started at school. this occasion that the men of the
Pullen's two touchdowns puts him Tokyo 'Bay (Delayed) Thomas Franks got their first chance to' go
Jefferson Akin, chief
gunner's mate ashore.IS .
in the lead in scoring for Tigers with I
USN, of Clewiston and other crew- \
30 points. men of this' ship had to make'two
The following to games away \
present at u
growing. Over thirty were --- -----
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Ward.Woodward, Ben Bolton, Sr., and Ed Salt of the (future ) Earth 1ARE

Victory over Okeechobee was in the
-I nature of a' birthday present to Professor -

Quentin Evans.: It was playon -

his birthday.Bill t
Bowden, who has helped the

Tiger line immensely, was beaming
form ear to ear over the victory even -

'' .., .finax'r". if-it was over his old Alma Mater.
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hour one of the New York street excavation projects, He wonders how
'It's lunch on had too much speed. I re
welder, is busy carrying out the government'sprogram 3 I 1 1I
and Fred Abrams right So do '
lost to Stuart. we.
and fat he ,is we I
conservation. He knows the meat scraps
I of from fat Martin Hopkins and Timothy Hickey, mechanics, are I Don't miss seeing the Tigers play
'sources of used fats so urgently needed to meet Industrial requirements St. Peter and Paul in the Orange
thafOPA is offering housewives "..- ro.nts. per pound.:! Bowl November 24. They need and :

,. want your support.
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Curtis Leitner, formerly of Clewiston % s .;), t-.
I 3 of the Girl Scouts held r .II
Clewiston Churches \ Troop played a lot of guard for Okee- : r '',
I their meeting Wednesday afternoonat chobee.

Unite To SponsorBibleReading the Library. Eleanore Tanner,
I patrol leader, was in charge of the
] PeriodThe I meeting. I Escaped Convicts

Emma Jane Ezelle gave the treas-: Captured SundayIn A';, ,of'. ,I
I. urers report and plans were discussed 6;' I
American Bible Society
for the Troop attending the foot- Moore HavenMoore
-ain this year promoting a worldwide _
ball game in the Orange Bowl when
Bible reading period between
the Clewiston Tigers play St. Peter
'Thanksgiving and Christmas and the '
Haven Democrat)
and Paul if we can arrange the trans- ;
Clewiston churches are giving their Two convicts, escaped from the yrp" ,
portation. Our next meeting will be .
all-out support to this program. November 28. Fort Myers prison camp and drivinga WI J!" I L ooJ#
The Bible passages, for reading here
-each according to the votes of
day early Sunday morning try ConstableW.
servicemen. Passages are in the or- I C. Farabee and City Marshal G.

der of tabulated votes except for Half Of Hendry C. Strickland and returned later in

Thanksgiving and Christmas pas- the day to the camp.

sages. County; Service The two officers were parked on I'i '

The News; is cooperating in this Men DischargedMrs. Main Street near Williams BarberShop i I

Xvorth-while effort. by listing the passage when the men approached them I ,
for each week in this and subSequent 'i 1- and asked where they could buy some !:

issues. The first seven days, I Rose Hoffmen, clerk in the gasoline, that their mother was very

beginning next Thursday, November office of the Selective Service Board ill in Sebring and they were attempt-

22, Thanksgiving Day, are as follows: stated this week that approximately ing to 'reach that place. The officers ,r
I half of the Hendry County men in ; Cy y t,'
SaturdayJohn 14. questioned 'them further, became sus- "
I service, according to the files in that
take look at l'I
Thursday-Joshua 1, Psalm 121. picious and went to a
office have been I
now discharged.The
Friday Psalm 23, John 10:1-18 I their car. Some papers.were discover
following discharges reportedto
ed in the car which led to a belief i '
Sunday'John 3. the board are for the past two I ,. I II
that the car was stolen so the men
Monday Matthew 5. I weeks: Alfred, E. P. Bellamy, Army,
were arrested and jailed. Led by a I
Tuesday Romans 12. I James Madison Winn, Navy;, Leon !
name some insurance
"Wednesday John 1:1-14. on papers
Carlisle Redish, Navy Ulysses Mc-
j ; Tillman found in the car the officers called HIS WAR BONDS-Little Henry Kingsley Cookson, 16-months-old. son oft '
Millan, Army Robert Ar-
; the Lee County Sheriff and asked if CoastGuard Lieut and Mrs.,Henry J. Cookson, is the proud owner of $500 in
GIRL SCOUT NEWS my; George Smalls (col,) Army; Robert the car of a man named Howard War Bonds and he wants you to know his pop is "thum duy. The father know

M. LaFlower, Army; WilfordLee Thomas had been stolen Thomas was that his eon's educational future will he aided bj the War Bonds. The family 1
The Girl Scouts of No. Graham, Army Robert Bruce D. C. Coast Guard Photo. I
Troop 21 f ; contacted and discovered, for the lives in Washington, ( ) -/ .
]met. 'Tuesday evening at the home. Fowler, AAF; Robert C. Mariner, Jr. Abridge I plI
first time, that his car was gone. I
,'}-o. Ann 'Sl naker. Shirley Benbow, (col.) Army; Donald C. Plank, Army log !
and pilot's
score pad a I
patrol l.,. leader, opened the meeting.1 Marion J. Goff, Navy; John Henry I,I book were also found in the car,
"We discussed old and new business. Taylor, (col.) Army; Thomas M.' !I 'i
neither of which appeared to fit either '' KECK
'The secretary, Beverly Stark, 'read"She I Waldron, ,Jr., Navy; Robert S. Bair, of the men under arrest. I BERT .Do ,
minutes of'the last meeting. The Navy; Wm. Arthur Read, AAF; I I
Further questioning next morningled A. I. A. Architect 1I
treasurer, Mary Davidson, collectedthe John Earnest Davidson, Army; ,' '_' 1
to. an admission by' the men of .... I
dues. We planned to meet Monday John Henry Sweezer, Ranson Hul-i : ,"
their identities 'Herbert Bailey :
one >"
evening, November 19, at the lette, Leroy Rutland, Van Buren Lee, OFFICE : -
who had served six months of a ten- .-
borne of Miss Dugger. I Walter J.: Hollin, Walter Reynolds, .' -.
year term and Dawson Lloyd who had Stuart Florida
-=Belty Jean Sutton, Scribe. Judge Lee, John West and James L. Krueger Bldg. '
I served six 'ears'of a twenty-year

term. The prison camp authorities M and \ A.,'. I :;1

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