The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/01078
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 14, 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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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Dance Is Planned Raises Fund Of


I merry-makers will not Junior Red .Cross, composedof
> have to go elsewhere to welcome the BOTH, DIVISIONS children in the twelve school OFSTATE CATTLEMENThe

r New Year with an evening of danc-
grades, raised a total of $106.72 ina
ing and fun for a dance has been fund drive just 'concluded under
Everglades Cattlemen's Association planned beginning at ten o'clock on W. ,C. Prewitt vice-president of the leadership of Mrs. Mary K. Baker board of county commissioners -

was host to the annual meeting Monday night, December 31, at. Sug-; the United States Sugar CorporationIn it was announced yesterday by last Tuesday contributed $20

' 1l of the State Cattlemen's Association arland Park Auditorium and continuing -I charge of agricultural operationsin Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, ,chairman of from the publicity fund to the barbecue -

', which was held Tuesday and. through until the wee small the 'Western Division for many the Clewiston Red Cross Chapter. Tuesday at the state meeting of

, hours of the first day of 1946. Broken down in grades the dona- the Florida Cattlemen's Asso'c1ationheld
!attendance Dave Tyler's orchestra of Miami years was named last Monday by in Clewiston.
: : Clarence tions were, as follows: First Grade,
f:, 250 members. has been obtained for the occasionand president R. Bitting, corporation $13.94; Second Grade;. $11.79; Third Other business to come up is shownIn
tickets are now on sale at $2.00 as acting director of agri- the' minutes'which follow:
f P. E. Williams Davenport was reelected culture in of' Grade, $4.04; Second-Third Grade,
i" I president of the'state associa- per couple. Service men in uniform charge all farming $5.00; Fourth Grade (Mrs. Thorne), The Board of County Commissioners
will be admitted at half this price. operations of the corporation in both of Hendry County, Florida, 'con-
tion when the election of officers wa the Eastern $5,10; Fourth Grade, (Mrs. Water-
held Tuesday afternoon at Sugarland The Senior Class, sponsors of the The and Western Division. field) $7.49; Fifth Grade, $4.92; vened at their regular meeting on

Park Auditorium as the last business dance, are selling tickets. i 'placing of Mr. Prewitt In Sixth Grade, $2.20; Seventh Grade, Tuesday, December 4, 1945, at 9 a.
A door is offered and charge of operations in ,the Eastern m., at the courthouse In LaBelle with
of the first day session. I prize being 1 Division $15.20; Eighth Grade, $25.03; Ninth ,
Parker every effort is being made to obtain was necessitated by the the following members present: J.
H. HJ of Arcadia, Bob Griffin death Grade, $4.78; Tenth Grade, $1.25;
noisemakers at last week of F. Edward Bry- D. Davidson, chairman R. B. Wal-
of Fort Pierce and W. H. Stuartof and favors for use Eleventh Grade, $1.82; Twelfth ;
ant, who had held the position of dron A. J. 'Evers and Asa Townsend
Bartow were elected vice-presi-i the midnight hour. Grade, $4.16.Honor ,
dents and N. Ray Carrol of Kissim- Eastern Division superintendent. together with H. A. Rider, attorney,
In a bulletin sent out Monday to and William T. Hull, clerk. Motionby
mee was re-elected treasurer. Legion Favors all departments by Mr. Bitting, he Roll For Townsend, seconded byJSvers that
A budget of ,
l $25,000 was authorized -
e Beardsley For made the following statement: "In the bills be paid as read.35 Carried.
JJ for 1946 and a finance committee his Second PeriodIs
new position, carrying heavier responsibilities Mr. Johnson, county agent, filed his
; -v composed of E. O. Friday of Service Officer
1 Punta Gorda, Irlo Bronson of Kis- and broader opportunities AnnouncedProf. I I annual report, and asked if the commissioners -
I bespeak for
Mr. Prewitt wished to contribute anything -
simmee, T. J; Durrance of Brighton, I
Clewiston American Legion Post the whole-hearted cooperation of to the ''barbecue to be given by
Cecil Best of Avon Park and J. R. Quentin Evans, supervising I ,
No. 93, at the regular monthly meet- every member of this organization. principal of 'Clewiston schools the Cattlemen's, Association.. Motionby
j Gunn of Kissimmee was named to announces -
raise the money by local assessments ing Tuesday, night at the Inn'went the following honor roll for Townsend, seconded by Waldron
on record as favoring the retention 'I the second six-week school period that the clerk file the report of H. L.
against the county organizations affiliated 1 :
!''I with the state group.A of J. E. Beardsley as service officer CITY ORDINANCE TO I HIGH SCHOOL ... Johnson, county agent, and that the

for the eastern part of Hendry Countyand I Louise Prewitt, 97 4/5; Jeanne board contribute $20 to the barbecue
highlight of the first day's: session R. N. Miller as the officer for from the publicity fund. Carried. It
- Bartz, 97; Nora Oglesby, 95 % ; Har-
Court was Justice an Alto address Adams by Supreme the western part of the county under BAR FOWLS KILLEDBY ry Vaughn, 95 % ; Carline Berner, 1!I, was suggested that the board investigate -

I who owns the set-up provided by the county 95 1/5; Betty Adams, 931Elsie; j the possibility of better rates
a cattle ranch in St.
r I I.;> has a -bred herd Lucie in Tallahassee.county and board's allocation of funds for this Martin, 92 %; Wayne Shelfer, 92 /; for their county cases with Dr. High

1.1 i Justice pur Adams described work. CITY COMMISSIONCity Ann ,Slonaker, 91; Mary Lois Hawk- smith and the Arcadia hospital, in
There considerable discus- line with the made by
was a arrangement
:' I ) of' the ins, 91, and Harriette Alston, 90. '
American law system sion of whether or not it would be Glades county, on those cases which

and property rights but stressed the advisable to pay office help for a Attorney J. M. Couse the Honorable Mention need hospital care., Mr. R. B. Wal
individual told!: I Barbara DeVane, Christine Espen-
responsibility of citizens ,
service officer as is suggested under dron was requested to talk to Dr.
,stating that city commission at the monthly meet- laub, Fred ,Young and Alfred Duna-
no man can devote, hIm-
the plan or to let,the work be handled Highsmith and report to the board.A .
self to',his business to the exclusionof ing Monday afternoon ,that an ordi- way.
by service officers of the various petition was filed by W. T. Maddox,

public responsibilities. He referred service organizations in the area. nance to prohibit the keeping of LaBelle, Florida, to, redeem the following

to water problems encountered The legion, however, favors the chickens or any other- fowls would GRADE SCHOOL :

by' the cattlemen and said that the permanent set-up. have to be city-wide and could not Sally McCarthy, Joyce Bartz, Joan
Lots 3, 4, Blk 5; 1 to 5 and 22, Blk
industry might be better off if it became be : Marshall Janice Magill Clair Jones
confined ,
There also considerable discussion one certain area within
was a f
I 6; 1, Blk 7; 4, Blk 11; 23, ,
tolerant of the other man's the Linda Lee, Billy Nall, William Spencer
ft of Scout it city and the commission instructed
Boy work and -
12; 15, 16, Blk 14; 1, 2, 11, Blk 15;
; ideas, and problems. him Don McCormick, ,Patsy Casper,
was decided to make an effort to af- to draw up a new ordi- 8 to 11, Blk 16 Belmont; Lot 8 and
A barbecue dinner was served at Donald Reaves, Bobby Roland How-
nance it ,
filiate with the Gulfstream Councilof making city-wide but con-
139, Sec B; 1 to 8, 140 to 150 Sec C;
the old Clewiston Dairy site at one ard Small, John Perry, Mickey Mooney -
the East Coast in place of the siderably less severe than the ordinance 39 to 81, Nth 115 to 120, Sec D; 1 to
o'clock which had a splendid attendance Betty Sue Andrews Edith Dau
Sunnyland Council in which Clewis- I formerly contemplated.
80, 82 to 150 Sec E;; 1 to 100 Sec F;
despite the chilly weather. ton is located that by A delegation of some twelve fifteen ghtrey, Ann Driggers and Shari Land. 1
now hoping or 10 to 138 Sec C; 1 to 73 Sec J; Englewood J
Members of the ,Everglades' Cattle so doing, more interest in the move- I citizens attended the meeting to Honorable Mention Terrace, less RR R/W; Lots

', group under the direction of Hendry ment, might, be aroused. protest against the proposed ordinance Richard Twiddy, Helen Espenlaub, i 1 to 26 Sec A; 1 to 51'Sec B; 1 to 51 .

County Agent H. L. ,Johnson served There was no definite action taken i which would have excluded all Emma Jane Ezelle, Patricia Anne Sec C; 1 to 51 Sec D; 1 to 51 Sec E;

k t barbecued' beef, pickles cofjcc., bread. but considerable discussion about I chickens and other fowls from an Meredith, Elissa Mary Mueller, Joyce 1 to 51 Sec F; 1 to 51 Sec G; 1 to 51

wamp Following cabbage ami organization of;/a ''"\vl1'maIt-i',auxiliaryof area, north of the"highway and pre- Tanner., Thomas Spencer, Jo Ann Sec H1; to 51 Sec .Jlto_ 71 Sec J, ,\
1 r the dinner the guests the legion and the acceptance of I sented'a petition signed by a large Pitzen, Buzzie Powers,"Site Cornette, Sunset'Park;' "' .- Y'

were taken ona tour' of the sugarcorporation's service women of World War 2. The number of the residents of this area. Evelyn Haven, Erma Nelson, Mike said land having been...foreclosed by

t cattle feeding project i national organization has laid this I The new ordinance will permit the McLeod, Ronald Hare, Mildred Pel- I the county under final decree dated

a, and bred to stock view the several, herds of pure problem in the laps of the individual I keeping ,of a limited number of ham, Sharon Crochet, Georgia Par- February 23, 1945, and it having been
now owned by the corl ,
r.I posts to handle as they see fit. 1 chickens providing they' are kept up rish and Alline Reese. found that W. T., Maddox is the fee
I, ,poration. It was also decided to revive the 1 in coops which are kept and
I sanitary Mr. Evans announces that the next simple owner of said land and all
There was a good attendance at the Christmas Tree which was sponsored I further providing that permission is honor roll will be for the first semester other taxes having been paid includ-

square dance at which was held that I for many years prior to the war by I I obtained from neighbors in the ,immediate -I ending on January 25. Some ing both city and drainage, by the
evening Sugarland Park Audi- the Legion post. W. C. Owen will be I vicinity. This will
ordinance students were not included this time said W. T. Maddox, and a check having
"torium and the crowd is said to have chairman of the committee on arrangements probably be ready for first readingat due to considerations other than been tendered covering the full "i

} ":enjoyed themselves thoroughly to and the Boy Scouts will the meeting in January. grades and he hopes to have a longer amount of taxes now due and it
music furnished by a string band I. be asked to assist in the distributionof The commission also agreed to con- i
list for the next honor roll, even would cause a hardship and expense
beaded M. A. Thomas.
by gifts. The date has not been set struct a three-foot sidewalk approxi- though it is more difficult to make to advertise and bid in the property ;,

Wednesday sessions were devoted 1 1k but will probably be on Christmas mately 385 feet in length along the for a whole semester. f at public sale and the following motion -

, .} largely to routine business of the school street to take care of the new I I was made: Motion by Waldron, ,
,,, state association and the meeting ad-: .
resolution was drawn to be school building. The school board is
up seconded by Townsend, that W. T. |T
s journed early after the morning ses;. sent to Washington ,asking for better building walks to connect the various Two Fire Calls Are I Maddox be allowed to redeem the : 1

," .I rI sion. I cooperation for the sale of surplus I buildings. Received On Monday above and foregoing property as set

I vi i 'Army goods to veterans. out in the petition, and that deed be

Leonard ArrivesTo Hancock Reports'On A mix-up on signals at noon Mon- issued to W. T. Maddox. .Motion ,',U

{ ; Serve As Golf Total Eclipse of day resulted in the fire department carried. r.
Hollywood Meeting Motion by Waldrom, seconded by
,making a false run to..Harlem during '
t Pro During Winter Moon Visible Here I the noon, hour but they still found Townsend that the board adjourn. 'J
I Motion carried.
Tuesday NightOn I Rev. D. C. Hancock, president- work to do for on the return to town ,
E. Leonard returned to Clewiston l elect of the local Kiwanis Club, gavea they found a grass fire out of con- Chairman.

Saturday from Appleton, Wis., where Tuesday, December 18, residents report at the Wednesday night trol back of the Standard Service WILLIAM T. HULL, Clerk. .
\ he has been serving as golf pro during -: of Clewiston will have an meeting, on a divisional officers Station and extinguished it before : .
opportunity Inex Magill Clerk. ,
\ the summer and has taken chargeof to view a total eclipse of training conference held Monday in putting the truck up. by Deputy {'

I the Clewiston Golf Course for the Hollywood and called by Lt.-Gov. Ed. That afternoon there was another
the moon. At 7:38 p. m. the eastern '
k winter. limb of the moon 'will enter the F. Stumpf of West Palm Beach. call to ,Johnson's Camp and Boat High 'School Will" '1

; Mr. Leonard states that the. greens earth's shadow and remain darkenedfor A. W. Lawrence, 'recently returned Works where a boat belonging to Present 'Christmas '

are in excellent shape and he is planning approximately three hours and' home from service, gave an interest- Frank Woods had caught fire. It

I a number of interesting golf 25 minutes. At 9:20, the midpoint ; ing talk on his experiences as a mail suffered considerable damage before Program Thursday :
:, matches, tournaments and other I clerk in Uncle Sam's Navy. being' extinguished. The blaze was
of the eclipse, the moon will be faintly I.
winter events to be announced very visible, presenting la dull copper At the meeting next Wednesday started by workmen, accidentally, Prof.. Quentin Evans stated this.F;

\. shortly.. | color rather than the usual pale gold. night there will be the usual ex- while making repairs. week that the school Christmas pro- l

; Mr. Leonard is a member of the The moon completely emerges from change of gifts at the ,dinner follow- The call last Thursday afternoon gram, the greater part of which con- It

: PGA and will play in the PGA Senior the earth's shadow at 11:03.- ing which the gifts will all be turned to the home of Mrs. H. C. Avant was sists of a play by the Junior and :

Championship matches at Dundee Barring cloudy weather it will be over to the under-privileged children's from a fire which resulted' from a Senior classes, will be held next I i'

starting January 7. generally visible throughout the .' committee for distribution' to kerosene water heater. The blaze Thursday evening at 8:15 In the I,

i\t United States. An interesting fea-J children of this class. was pretty well extinguished before high school auditorium.Mr. I

f ". Girl Scouts Sell ture of the phenomenon is the gradual the arrival of the firemen. Evans said that the play was i'

darkening of the moon's surfaceby P.-T. A. TO MEET an> unusually good one and that the ;

I $30 In Xmas Seals the circular edge of the earth's ON TUESDAY NIGHT Officers Elected l I students and the teachers directing ; ,

: shadow, which feature furnished the had done a great deal of work on it.
Last Night For
Members of the Girl Scouts, Troop ancients with additional proof of the The Parent Teacher Associatiaonwill I I Everyone is cordially Invited to at-v !

3, sold Christmas seals Saturday in spherical nature of the globe. hold ,its regular monthly meeting Masonic LodgeMoore tend. -' ,

\ : the post-office lobby and in the lob- JOSEPH T. HOGAN, Tuesday evening at the high The school Christmas holidays will I I

.I 1 ;: by at the Dixie Crystal Theatre and Amateur Astronomer. school auditorium. All members are Haven Lodge No. 61, F. andA. begin next Friday, December 21 and i.

\ : Ii reported Sales of more than thirty urged to attend and visitors will be M. elected officers for 1946 at the classes will reconvene' on Monday, I

dollars during the day. SUNDAY SCHOOL XMAS PARTY welcomed. regular meeting of the lodge there January 7. 1 1
i 'r Selling at the post-office from nine ;
last night.
lJ' .;.j; to twelve were: Elissa Mueller, and The Sunday School Christmas party BIRTH ANNOUNCED J. B. Cox of Ortona will succeed devoted to hold 'a public L

'I 1 1's;: Nancy Powers; from twelve to three for pre-school children will be held N. V. S. Mumford as Worshipful joint installation of officers with the I

, i\ J Helen Espenlaub, Patsy Meredith at the Community Church on Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. Tom W. Malone, Jr., Master for the new year; M. A. Order of Eastern Star, the date for :

I ; and Barbara Barbers; from three to day, December 20, at 7:00 p. m. former residents of Clewiston, announce Thomas and Melvin C. Keen, both of the Installation to be set by the r\

I i a six, ,Sally McCarthy, Emma Jane the birth of a son, Michael Clew ston were elected Senior Warden -I Master and Worthy Matron-elect.

Ezelle and Helen Espenlaub. Preston, on December 2, 1945, in the and Junior Warden respectively: ; It was also voted to buy $1,000 in I

ti r, Selling at the movies from three to Tanner, Helen Espenlaub, Emma DeLand Memorial Hospital, DeLand, I.: E. Scott and W. L. Bellamy, both Victory bonds, half to be credited to :

-, six were Katherine Hunter and Joyce Jane Ezelle, Sally McCarthy and Fla. The baby weighed eight pounds, of Moore Haven, were re-elected the Glades County quota and half to

Tanner from six to ten Eleanor Joyce Barton. I four ounces at birth.. treasurer and secretary. I that of Hendry County.. _,


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reins and launched his drive to played, a feminine handicraft display who desires it and to recruit young Church Of God
:State Fair To the assemble the biggest agriculturalshow that; fills a huge building, an educa- men and veterans- for the peacetime
Tampa schools army which, as they repeatedly assert -
tional exposition by
bookings came
First Pastor
in years. Rev. R.JR. Holland,
Open February mammoth offers all the advantages of the
from the U. S. Department of Agri- and state a Sunday, Nov. 25, 1945
:Fifth at Tampa o culture which reserved space for 15 flower show and many other depart- various laws passed to aid soldiersof .
will make Up this war plus the distinct improve- '
big displays Intended portray the mental classifications Sunday School .,-..,.. 10:00 a. m.
ment of not having to have bullets
Removal of the military atmospheretthat modern trends of production. the exhibition Preaching .. ........ ... 11:00 a. m.
prevailed over Florida State Every county in the State has been Just as In previous years before thrown at you by practically anybody -'. Evangelist Service .. 7:00 p. m. .
::Fair's plant here since the Army took invited to make an entry in the agri- the war, there will be entertainment who wears a different uniform."EC Prayer Meeting Tuesday. 7:15 p..m.Y. .

5lt over in 1942 as a relocation center, cultural competitive exhibitions for galore every day, auto races, thrill P. E. Thursday. .. 7:15 p. m. .
was practically complete this weekS which some $20,000 will be paid in I shows, hippodrome, stage productions Railway L. W. W. B. Friday.. 3:00 p. m.
work crews dismantled the dozens prize awards. Stressed will be a renewal band concerts and circus fea- Each of you have a special Invitation -
4nt temporary buildings and cleared of the beef cattle shows which tures before the grandstand and the Declared Solvent to attend one and all of these
i in the develop- biggest midway carnival that has 0
the for renewal of the big exrpositlon were instrumental services.
which opens for an 11 day ment of the industry in Florida and ever been crowded on to the spaciousfair Jacksonville (FNS) Petitions ..

.period on Feb. 5. this year is expected to' reflect the grounds lot.Conspicuous affecting the fniancial future and reorganization First Methodist Church
progress made. in exhibition halls this of the Florida East'
cele-bration One of the nation's biggest poultry; year will be'the commercial displaysof Coast Railway' were aired in the U. Sunday, NOT. 25, 1945

'ager, announced as he gathered up shows, with some 5,000 birds dis- post-war products comprised of the S. District Court last week with .;.

newly developed materials for home' Judge Louis W. Strum expected to Church School .. .,,. 7:16 a. m. .
improvement, the new type home rule on them some time this week.
Regular Worship .. ... .. a. m.
appliances and all the modern gad- Scott M. Loftin, FEC trustee, com- Services are being held temporarily
gets that war time' developments o plying with Judge Strum's requestfor in the Clewiston Community
. promised to make life easier for the a financial report, declared the Church. All Methodists and friendsof

} HOMOGENIZED individual. railroad was in good financial condi Methodism are urged; to attend
tion. He said assets were in excessof and help in the erection of the new

'D' MILK Million DollarConcentrates liabilities and after deduction of Sanctuary.
; VITAMIN taxes, the road's financial conditionsas
Plant of Dec. 31, 1945, would be $24- a
First Baptist Church
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i AVAILABLE AT YOUR .;: -(FNSCost of the the end of 90 days from V-J 0 Sunday School '_' .. 9:45 a. m.
: be day, Minneapolis Honeywell Regu- '
new Citrus Concentrates plant to Morning Worship . 11:00, a. m.
r ", GROCERY AND "::1;i2f built on the site of the one destroyed lator company reported its production 6:15 m.
Training Union .-. p.
of "peacetime" products was at
by fire last August will be in ex-
Evening Worship . 7:30 p. m.
the highest rate in history, i.
f : DRUG STORE ; ; cess of $1,000,000, announces BruceW. company
Skinner, vice president of the factory employees almost doubled GOD
t firm. and delivery already started on a ASSEMBLY OP.
! South ClewistonRev.
number of items before
new never
! Construction will begin soon after W.-H. Magee, Pastor ,t.; -
0 available on the consumer market. *
LFA1'Phone the first of the year. Departmentswill --

include facilities for manu- u Sunday school, 10:00 a. m. -,
facture of concentrated orange and 11:00
Morning Worship, a. m.
grapefruit juice, cattle feed from the Community Church Children's Church, 6:30: p. m.

i peel, citrus molasses, orange pectin, Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m.
canning of orange and grapefruit |Sunday, Dec. 16, 1943; You are cordially invited to wor-
juice and other products. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Dr. C.
ship with us.
20, Belle Glade, Fla. and E. Gericke, Supt.

Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. A MARGARET'S CATHOLIC
West Palm Beach Fla. Army Recruiting
, nursery for small children is conducted CHURCH ; .

t i Service Changes by the Mothers' Club at the Com- Fr. Peter J. Rcilly, Pastor

: Hours Here munity Center."Inasmuch". Mass Clewiston:0 0 a. m. <.:
is the theme of the Mass, Pahokee-11:00 a. m. .
" minister's sermon.Westminster ___- i ;
Word has been received from the
Fellowship meetingat ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL r,
Army Recruiting service at Fort My
6:00 p. m. CHURCH :
ers that the hours during which they
All are cordially invited to worship
BERT D. KECKA. will be at the postoffice here have with us without distinction of denomination Services every Sunday;: at 8:30
been changed. Community
or creed. a. m., at Clewiston
I. A. Architect From now on, they will be at the David C. Hancock,
I postoffice on Monday for the purposeof I Minister. Church.THE REV. S. D. MASOK;

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couple of moonshiners who came ,".=.. ...-....-".-.,,! .. ,-:- :

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I ';' ride train for the first time.
on a
To wash
'F; Strategy Ain't Love Grand! galoshes put in washer Keep such small things as salts
To them it was a great experi-
I \; The teacher inquired whether the He-Every time I kiss you it after washing is finished and wash and peppers, sugar and creamer,

I 'r pupils had any favorite song they would makes me a betterman. ence.Before they got on the train they them about five minutes. Rinse cups and saucers, and napkins on \
like to sing. She-Well, you don't have to well and put to dry in a warm a large tray. Place convenientlynear
'k '
L I, ;" "The National Anthem," suggested try to get a halo in one evening. Being saw some thirsty folks, they drinking decided soda to pop.buya but not hot place. They will be as when ready to set table.
; one. clean and nice as when new. -.-
I ::1':. "What made you think of the National couple of bottles of the beverage. .
Anthem?" Butting into other people business When the train started, one of -- To mix cheese with other ingre
P isn't the best to use If you try to keep tin shiny youwon't dients to be cooked, cut the
:. "Because, replied the boy "then it's way your them pried the cap off the, bottle
f:. time to go home." head. and started to drink the contents have a.shine or the tin. The cheese into small pieces or grateit.

J just as the train entered a tunnel. thin coating comes off .and leaves If the cheese is soft, press it
;! Well, After All! And Mrs. If She Hits "How is it, Johnny, how is it?" the metal open to rust. through a coarse sieve.

t Father-Young man, what do City Editor-What do you mean, "For Inquired the other. -.- -.-

r you mean by bringing Dorothy girls, marriage is a hit or miss proposi' To which Johnny replied: If you keep an extra dust mop To make thickening for gravy,
home at six in the morning? tion"? "Don't touch it! Don't! touch it! and dust.-cloth upstairs you can put the flour and water into a
Charlie-Well, gosh! I haveto Sob Sister-Well, if girl doesn't save yourself
my a It's made me blind already! many trips carrying wide-mouthed jar, with a screw
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of the local post ever since it was a;job;and. The Clewiston New organized and has spent countless outside of""those 1 ours.. Now it Is so your money in the'u.. S": Airport News, featuring news ot .

hours of time, not to mention actual manifestly impossible that a man Treasury helps tocare, for the wounded licensed pilots, mechanics, airportsand .. >-
cash, in handling veteran's problems with such wide and diversified interests to end war contracts, to maintain all persons interested in private .. :'

published eVery FFiday WISTON In Clewl.to NEWS; ,, thinks that since money is being as cane, insurance, real estate, armies, of occupation, to bring home aviation, will make its debut December 7*

Florida. by tile handed out at long last for this work cattle, farming and citrus could devote returning fighters, to prevent infla- 17th.. The six-page tabloid newspaper -

V_. V ho might as well get his part. Frankly eight hours a day to the job of ion. Your bonds brought about the published in Miami, will be

second cltuas mall matter we're inclined to agree with Jim. service officer. And, as one's personal mighty atomic blasts that put a edited by Gladys L. Pennington,

February as 1, 1927 at the Pest Office in While the service officers of some interests usually come before all period to this war. Your bonds today Coconut Grave resident, and formerly -

CXewlston. Florida, under the Act of posts might take personal interest in others it would mean that the service are returning flesh to the bones on active duty with Civil Air Pa- .

March X, 1S8T. it as Clark is now and Jim has for officer work would be sandwiched in of those who survived wounds or prisoncamp trol Coastal Patrol No. 7. ,I
between the other interests or dele- torture of Wainwright
years and give of their time and effort According to Mrs. Pennington, who ;
CARR SBTTXE, Publisher gated to an immature Inexperiencedclerk of Boyington, of unknown thousandsof is ,
to working out these problems a licensed pilot, her paper is the
\ !Subscription Rnt --f&CO Per Tear there will be hundreds of other posts whose knowledge of forms our men who played their own only bi-monthly newspaper, dealing
might be excellent but whose know- gallant parts in the total defeat of J.
handledin with .
Rates On Application. where the work will not be private aviation In the Southeast ,
Advertising must necessarily ,be .
ledge of people our enemies.I
such a manner. An office set up Besides news of aviation developments -
to handle the work and a definite responsibility limited. And service officer workIs remember reading the typical ex nationally, The South- ',
of :
advancement' and welfare much more than the filling out perience of George Lott, whose two
Devoted to the 1 as fixed by salary should I eastern will devote much of its spaceto
of Clewiston and Hendry County. accomplish the better ,results. numberless forms and licking stamps.It arms were shredded bv a mortar on items- of- personal interest" in U4 the
requires practical psychology the Lorraine front. From his bat- Southeast. '
broad experience with people and life
talion aid station Lott was transported Persons

tAL- :..;..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...: and'a veterans genuine, their 24-hour-a-day problems and interestin their 4,500 miles in easy stages, by tion of private Interested flying in In the the Clewis-promo- -
ambulance, train and plane. He pass- ton
area are invited
to contributenews
rights.I ed through three field dressing sta-
Remember When? and personal items by mailing
full-time service
still insist that a tions and five hospitals in France them
mOn to P. O. Box No.6, Coconut ,
ne'cessary. I still insist ;
officer is not and England before being returned to Grove, Florida.
By Frances Nall
that four separate service officers in the United States for final treatmentand
the four separate veterans' organiza- recovery. Your bonds paid for Editorial and advertising copy is )-

*:*%*%**:*%*%*%*%*%**:*%**:***.**%*%*%**:**#**:**:**:**:*****:**** tions In these counties, could handle : the care of all the George Lotts or due one week prior to publication

The HouseBy (Taken from the files of the Clew- the work themselves with a little as- : this war. 0 which is the first and third Mondaysof

iston News of December 14, 1928)). sistance from the membership. Andif And count each month.
yet you can on getting
D. C. S. their" comesup
anything beyond power
back $4 for every $3 you put in!
A new machine for planting sugar the VFW has a state service officer Reporting 216 former employees
Since we don't even own a hat, certainly cane was brought to Clewiston by' the at Bay Pines, the State of Florida So get bonds today get them already back on the payroll 'out of -

not'one of the ten-gallon variety inventor who was having the ma- has a service officer and both organizations regularly '- and hold onto them. 327 discharged from the armed

and our experience with high- chine assembled at the shop here for have department commanders That is about as close as- you are forces, H. C. Phillips, Schenley Distillers -

heeled boots has been confined to a immediate operation.The who have the influence and powerto likely to come in this life to having Corporation personnel director -
accomplish anything the local officers your cake and eating it too. said one-third of the re-hired
distinct feeling of admiration for Ladles,Aid bazaar netted $300.
to walk in the Clewiston Community Church are unable to do themselves. veterans were promoted Immediately
who manage for
those men NEW AIR MAGAZINE FOR SOUTHEAST better-paying jobs than those they ""t't'to
felt a little ,strange about organization. A bargain sale was an- What do you, as a veteran; as a v
them, we left to to A r3
crashing! the meeting of the Cattlemen's nounced for,,December 15th in the citizen; as a taxpayer think/about it? DEBUT f

here Tuesday. In Clewiston Motor Company sales
Association . that the housing shortage i is Miami, Dec. 10th A brand new IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?
out to hear Judge room.
fact we didn't get
becoming somewhat like the weather
Adams and the other speakers, didn't Dr. C. J. Nowling of Fort Myers
-everybody talks about it but no-
even get to cut a figger at the square leased an office in the Hopkins 1
body does anything about it. From
odor of food carriedfar Building to establish a practice here.
dance, but the all sections of the country come wails CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS .& HOME: OWNERSOP
and we were on hand an houror Mrs. Nowling and daughter plannedto PALM BEACH COUNTY
of distress from homeless people who
so ahead of time for the barbecueout move here and join him as soon I
want to invest their war-gotten dol-
at the dairy. Lonnie Howard as Gladise graduated from High Here Now
lars in a permanent place of resi-
the barbecuing of the beef School.
supervised dence. Materials not available,
and did a nice job and the boys who Clewiston's new railroad station 200,000 Feet of 4\
labor is short, transportation is hold- .
made the huge pots of coffee and was almost completed and a pictureof
ing up deliveries, etc. They have "'.-
also dida building is centered the
brewed the swamp cabbage the on
copied those phrases from their con- Long Leaf Yellow Pine Dry ((FramingLUMBER ;
magnificent job. On the whole weS front page. ..
tractors, their architects, their lumber -
understand that the Everglades Cat- Two LaBelle children were killed nAn
merchants and hardware dealers.
tlemen's Association and the United by a hit and run driver.
And, in a degee, it is true. The thing
States Sugar Corporation did a right Local merchants were well pleased
that amazes me is that every Sunday
nice job of entertaining the visitors. with the results of the Clewiston
paper I have seen for twq'months has
There were about 250 present at the Shop-At-Home campaign. Shoppers
had a real estate section filled to the
barbecue, probably the biggest gath- responded favorably to the advertis-
brim with pictures and descriptions Lengths
ering of the two-day meet. ing in the Clewiston News and bought of new hotels, new factories, new 2\4s 2\6s 2x8s 2\10s -2\:12s ,\
Christmas gifts here rather than
warehouses, additions to departmentstores
State-wide publicity Is being given spending out of town.A garages and office buildings, Wood Dowels, Moulding, Etc.

this week to the fact that the sugar banker and a mechanic in most of which are in the actual pro- V

corporation is again welcoming visit- Brownsville made a strange bet overa cess of construction. And when I NATIONAL BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. / l

ors at the sugar house and is provid- squeak in the car. The winner was '
see them the question naturally Beach Phone 7123
pops 500 First St., at F.E.O. Tracks, Vest Palm ,
ing guides for visiting groups just as to receive the other's appendix. The. into my mind as to wherein'ell those 1

in the pre-war days. Already the mechanic located the trouble and the people areable to find enough of ,,, ,

crowds are beginning to grow and it following Sunday received his ap the thousands of things necessary to

won't take long for this industry to pendix. I've heard that bankers build such structures when John Q.

attract crowds' just, as large as they value money more than their light Public can't find enough lumber and

were when, as a precautionary mea- arm but h'ere-Is one who thought nails to build a three-room bunga- '
sure, visitors were :barred after Pearl more of a 'dollar than he did of his low? FOR THEBEST ,,, \

Habor.. Added to this will be many appendix. The material
is available for the ..
thousands who will wish to see the "
big jobs and yet one of the larger

new starch manufacturing process lumber companies which enjoys a IN FOODS ,P

and guides will probably be providedin considerable share of the local con- .

working this plant satisfactorily.as soon as We everythingis can seea It Seems To Me tractors' business in the Miami section ,

tells us via the radio each day .
great boom in daily visitors in the to wait until building materials are Try A Complete Dinner At :
years immediately ahead. By II. Clark Bell in better supply before we even,thinkof

building a house. Could it be that '

We are indebted this week to Mr. . that this column has raised a such concerns are diverting the major ,
Hogan, who signs himself as an'amateur storm of controversy with the item portion of their supplies to large pro- THE CANEBRAKE

astronomer, for' letting us know last week which dealt with the em- jects which do not come, under price a

that there will be a total eclipse of ployment of a full-time service of- control and are staving we little

the ,moon visible next Tuesday nightin ficer for Glades and Hendry counties.At people off until price restrictions are r';.

Clewiston. Better yet it comes in the American Legion meeting lifted on home building? From my $1.25 and Up

the early part.of the evening which Tuesday, which I unfortunately was viewpoint there doesn't seem to be {:
avoids the necessity for staying up unable to attend, there was quite a any other logical explanation. Any- \".r

late to witness it. While not as spec- discussion of the situation though way, you can make up your mind Luncheon Hour 1 12 noon to 2 p. m. <:

tacular as a total sun eclipse the what, if anything, was accomplishedI that your dream house is going to P

eclipse of the moon is interesting andit have been unable to discover. cost one-half more when you are ableto Dinner From 6 to 9 p. m. :

is not given to many of us to see My position is still exactly what it get a contractor to start on it thanit <
too many of them in a lifetime.We was last week and from reports of would have five years ago. Short Orders 9 to 1 11 1 :30 p. m. :

the discussion I can see that no one "

are interested in the outcomeof present was able to specifically con- Take A Victory Conditioned ',':\\J .
the argument over the method of tradict any of my statements. One :

employing a service officer to cope statement was made that I think deserves Bond It's Freeby : '" .'.

with the problems of veterans of both a little thought. That state- : f

World War 1 and World War 2 ment was that the amount of time [BRUCE BARTON V V

and possibly the problems of veteransof required necessitated the full time I have heard people sigh at word -- t t.:!

other wars if they are still young services of at least one person. I am of the Victory Loan Campaign, and 'i. '

enough to have such problems. The not quoting, that is the gist of the 1. say, "I suppose I have to buy another .wPP __ : .. ',,

News colum World Bell, wounded statement as it was reported to me. I bond. But I don't see how I can BREAKFAST LUNCHEON: DINNER ':; j'

veteran of War 2, is service The person, who made that state afford it." G TO 8 P. 1\1.
12T02P.M.V ,
officer for the VFW of Glades Coun- ment probably made it in good faith This is just like saying, "I suppose 7 TO. 10 A. M. ,;" :.'

ty and is a good one, knows most of but in making ,it he Immediatelymade I really ought to start saving money, c '

the problems from personal know- It apparent' that if his own but it's an awfully expensive thingto ,
ledge and contends that it is a waste statements are true he, himself, could do!" I. .-

of money to employ a full-time of- not possibly'' take the job. To me, a The fact is, of course, that you For Relaxing Meal-Dine In A ::111 r

ficer. On the other hand Jim Beards- full-time job requires eight or more don't buy bonds. As W. B. Bachman : _

ley who has served as service officer hours a day of physical presence on a Detroit writer, forcefully Pleasant Atmosphere := Ty j

pointed out the other day, the speakers -

on the radio and the poster art- Food and Gracious <
". You'll Find Good '
--- Ists and the advertising writers have Service at TheCLEWISTON ',1 "
been using the wrong word for four

long years. They have been asking

JUICY STEAKS the public.to do somehting that is im INN ,

can't spend on '.
possible. You money ,
bonds. You simply take them. They '

OYSTERS FROG LEGS cost you nothing. My E bonds are HIMeet

nothing but certificates showing that \

the Barton family has made a deposit

FRIED CHICKEN in the U. S. Treasury instead'of in a Your Friends In. Our V

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OPEN S A. M. TO 12 P. M. : ., world-the, U. S. Treasury. We put

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To take a bond note that word ".
"take"-is still a patriot act. That SUNDAY N GIITS\

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1 ne.entered.service in the wavy.
.. when '
OQOCO'OC C 'CO' "|">$ 4'' t1t'.. COC with Mrs. G. H. Brown presiding: 'rubb r2"; .and 4'relf-primlng direct,
'Ii.>' -Miss Marianne Jones arrived' this' After"the, business session Mrs. Joseph engine drive centrifugal pumps one

morning from Tallahassee, where she Robbins presented a program on rubber; Myers home pump,unit; 6-ft...

is a student in the Florida State Col- the Christmas theme, with Mrs. Paul_ I Electric refrigerator. John Doring..
--I O. Thompson soloist. Mrs. Mir W. Wauchula, Fla. '2
i PERSONAL and SOCIETY lege for Women, to spend the Christ- as
rf mas holidays with her parents, Mr. ; Bigg, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, and Mrs.
C. L. McLendon were hostesses. Oth-
and Mrs. O. A. Jones.
FOR SA-"LE--1941
--,- ers attending the meeting were Mrs.

. . .. .. .. .. .... A..A..,...,.A.. ..................".".- ". ... ... .. ..... ... _- .x-.r----.. .. .:;; ..f Eric, Thomas of the U. S. Maritime J.. P.E. Bartz, Mrs. G. H. Brown, Mrs.F. Model Vagabond Trail
Service, Is spending this week with Conkling, Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mrs.

j Mrs. R. B. McCullom was a visitorin operation in Lee Memorial HospitalIn his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Charlie Foy, Mrs. C.' W. Fuller and er. Wilsonite body. Met
r Miami Tuesday. Fort Myers Wednesday. Thomas. He has recently returned daughter. Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs.

will David Hancock, Mrs. Catherine Jar- al Excellent condi.
from a trip to Japan, and report. top.
is vis, Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. V. A.
? Everett Casper was a business Pvt. Elden Holoubeck, who for further duty Monday.
,\ 'i.i visitor in Miami last Thursday. stationed at a camp in Arkansas, is Reames, Mrs. Joseph Robbins, Mrs. tion. Sleeps 3. Inquire

home on a brief furlough. Monday Paul O. Thompson, Mrs. Shelfer, Mrs.
---- Charles Oliphant returned Home South
l.t l. l"'. M. Mooney, Mrs. D. E. Austin, and Jeffries ,
t Mrs. Esther :Davidson spent the to Texas to join his wife and small
: week-end in West Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell E. Nail and daughter after a visit here with his Mrs. Bruce Parks. Bay Sundays. 1 tc.

---- Mrs. A. A. Munroe were visitors in sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and

4 Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Clark were West Palm Beach Tuesday. Mrs. R. C. Wilson. He was recently CIRCLE MEETINGThe FOR SALELatestflourescent

shopping in Miami Tuesday. discharged from the Army. Ann Judson Circle of the Bap-

Robert and Harrison Lee of La- tist Woman's Missionary Society will bed lamps.. 1 1ea.

Forrest P. Tralles of Miami was a Belle spent Sunday here with their MRS. li. C. NOWLING meet at the home of Mrs. W. R.

business visitor here Tuesday. sister, Miss Evelyn Lee. ENTERTAINS BRIDGE PARTY Broadrick Tuesday, December 18, at electric & bottle gas

three o'clock. All members are urgedto heaters. Pure synthetic

f,> Mr. and Mrs. John Kettl were shopping Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Dull spent the Mrs. R. C. Nowling was hostess to attend.
rr in West Palm Beach Staurday.Mrs. week-end in Miami as guests of Mr. her bridge club at her home Friday garden hose and Sensa-

i and Mrs. E.: J. Reese. night. FOR SALE-Caterpillar 50 Tractor, tional buzz ball game. 1 l'

< J. ,T. Paul, Jr., was a business High score prizes were won by Mrs. used very little, A-l shape; John
Palm ,Beach Tuesday. H. C. first, and Mrs. V. slightly used GE electric
visitor in West I Mrs. Lee Jackson of West Palm Thompson Deere No. 11 new land palmetto bot-

Beach spent the week-end with her C. Woodward, second. tom plow weighs 1,600 pounds; Dia- range. Thomas E. Mar- I
j. = Mrs. James Brannan and Mrs. Lela mother Mrs. Vida Surrency. Tuna fish salad, saltines and cof- mond-T %-ton truck, flat body, new

Garcia spent the week-end in Tampa.Mr. fee were served to Mrs. Thompson, rubber; Niagara power sprayer on kette.
Mrs. Woodward, Mrs. G. E. Etherton, ,
Miss Tammie Hobbs and Mrs. Josephine -
1 and Mrs. Lawrence E. Lee were Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. R. M. Hare, .
Cason spent Wednesday and .
shopping in West Palm Beach Tues- Jr., Mrs. Joe Hall, Mrs. M. M. Pre-
Thursday in West Palm Beach. i
i ; day. I witt and Miss Ruth I;>ugger.FELLO"'SHIP .

., -
rl': 1;). Mrs. Mattie K. Riley of Sycamore,
f Mr. and Mrs. Earl Morrison were UNION GOLF BALLS
{ 111., arrived last week to spend the
: visitors in West Palm Beach Satur-
: winter with her son, W. R. Riley.H. .
'day. The Christmas meeting 'of the

Men's Fellowship Union will be heldon
J. Roath spent the week-end in For CHRISTMAS
Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Bell, Jr., were Monday, December 17, at 7:30 p.
Fort Myers with Mrs. Roath who is '
visitors in West Palm Beach Tues- m., at the Community Center
under treatment at a hospital there.
Rev. David C. Hancock attended a
Mr. and Mrs. W. A., Montgomerywere PARTY FOR HUSBANDS
shopping in Fort Myers Satur- district conference for newly-elected Clewiston Golf Course
Kiwanis officers at Hollywood Monday -
n day. The Mother's Club of the Community i if

Church held their annual Christ- f
: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Johnson and son at
mas evening Sugar-
t West Palm Beach visitors Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clark, Sgt. Connie party Monday ..
land Park Auditorium. Their husbands -
Clark and Mrs. J. W. Moore were
Saturday. guests for the evening.A .
.) visitors in West Palm Beach Saturday were
--- committee composed of Mrs W.
Mr. and Mrs. Coburn Moore ofSeb'ring E. Bolton, Mrs. D. C. Hancock and s

visited, briefly here Sunday Mrs. Otto Larsen served a baked ham s
\ 1'111"o't
Arnold J. Faulk from the regional .
dinner. The room and tables were
office of the American Red Cross in .
Atlanta visitor here Wednes- attractively decorated in a holiday
Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Polk attendedthe was a motif by Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. W. +

football game in Belle Glade Fri- day. H. Raeburn and Mrs. C. E. Johnson. fbI

day night. The following program was enjoyed -
Mrs. Agnes Marshall and Mrs.
Address welcome Mrs. C.L. .
: ,
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Reames and Ruth Wilcox left Wednesday to
.. McClendon
. week-end in West spend the holidays in Rock Hill, S.Car. ; reading,
. family spent the
- Christmas, by Mrs. 'D. C. Hancock;
. Beach. Christmas In Other Lands, a seriesof
5- ____ T
Mrs. readings by: various members. Illu-
Nash the J. F. Tippey, Mrs. Frances
Larry spent days
strated for the
and CPO Henry,Stalls
were ,-
first of the week
on a trip :
26th" Mrs. N.
W. Martin.
to Tallahassee. shopping in West Palm Beach Tues- by
day. The group then enjoyed singing of

Christmas carols led by a male quartet -
Miss Louise-Roatli and. Miss Cle-
Mrs. A. .. composed of Richard Heath, Carl
mentine Robinson in West Palm A. Munroe:returned Monday -
were from a three week's visit in Nashville Gericke, Dave-Hancock. and W. N. I Florida
Beach Thursday. Martin. 1000 First Street Fort Myers, I
t'' --- Tenn., with friends and relatives -

+,i f and Mrs. J. W. Clark were visitors in
( Miami Tuesday.Mrs. Lt. Roger Morrison of Tupelo, HAS MEETINGTHURSDAY Over 100,000 Additional Items

---.-, iliss., is the guest this week of his I -

J. B., Brantley has accepted a brother Earl Morrison and Mrs. The Women's Association of the I Use Our Easy Payment Plan I
Morrison. Clewiston Community Church met on
position in the sugar office as a
stenotype operator.Mr. I' Thursday afternoon at the church
Henry Pitts and Grady Kitchens of

and Mrs. John McManus spent Ashburn, Ga., were the guests of i
the week-end with friends in LaBelle their aunt, Mrs. W. P. Conley the

and Fort Myers. past week. ,..

Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Lee and family Pfc. Riley Lashley, recently returned -

and Mrs. Maude Hare spent the weekend from overseas and now of LaBelle
' in Fort Myers. spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. J.
'r.,.) W. Hampton. :

? Mr. and Mrs.-Thomas E. Markette, I 8

i and John J. Kettl were in: Miami on Mrs. Carl H. Berner, Mrs H. Mc- MoreSHOPPING
(,I Thursday of last week. Duffie, Miss Betty Jean McDuffie and Only

Irs. G. H. Mazzina were Miami visitors -

"4F Mrs. H. J. Roath underwent an Monday. '
r i .

.L ,.... H' L Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn,Mrs. E. B. Curie y
. .t., .: _, "._ ._.. I..TI-J Mrs. B. B. Wilson and Miss Vir- DA YS :
''I; ginia Lawhorn were in West Palm ,
: Beach Tuesday.

Joe Schroeder, Ed Ward and Foy
fit Durrence were 'in Miami Sunday to : .
ii: ," Until Christmas
'.\l if I attend the final round in the Miami
Open Golf Tournament.
: : 0.
: I i, Mrs. W. A. Montgomery and Mrs.

f Er Fred Sikes and children Sara Beth A .
Sun. & Mon., Dec. 16 & 1.7
r and Billy were Christmas shoppersIn
! p, "BLOOD OX THE SUX" West Palm Beach Monday.Mrs. .
I r We realize that it is an American habit to put off Christmas -
James Cagney Sylvia Sidney .

News Army-Navy Football L. H. Nash returned Saturday 1

. I i :: from Hendersonvllle, N. C., where shopping but whether you shop leisurely in plenty of ,

it, Tues. &Wed., Dec. 18 & 19 she has been undergoing medical
treatment for the past month.
;, "BLONDE Double FROM Feature BROOKLYN"Lynn time, or delay until the last minute, you'll find just the

Mrs. Fred Morrison went to Miami
'I' :. Merrick Robt. Stanton Monday to meet Mr. Morrison who .

: "THE SULLIVANS" returned home from California by gift you want for any relative or friend at the ,

See All Five of Them plane after two years of service in
the Seabees.. -

;j' t: Thurs. & Fri., Dec. 20 & 21. : "FALLEN ANGEL" Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Keen of Pa- I

hokee formerly of Clewiston, an
Alice Fay Linda Darnel
.i nounce the birth of a son on December ,
A Cartoon News 10 at Good Samaritan Hospital, i

' .,' West Palm Beach.
I Sat., Dec. 22 '

) "BO11N FOR TROUBLE"Van Mr. and Clayton Waters ar- PARKINSON'SIlvCORPORATED

i Johnson Fay Emerson rived last night for a visit with rein
tives here. Mr. Waters received his
No. 7
Cartoon "Jungle Queen"
discharge from the Army this week
In Camp Blanding.
. 1-1 MIDNIGHT SHOW 11:30 P.M.

Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Yoder have re i
','M Ann Savage Wm. Gargan turned from, a visit in Miami and he ,

has resumed his former position with -
-' ,
'. '. . the sugar, corporation which he hel


J/e aU I ''I'IThe

THE CHEERFUL CHERUB> Gems of Thought Sl.tow4tgomething New; Something Old

M R USE l' .e touches will make them inconspicuous .' L.....

I wouldn't be.subw&jy .. = is the absence BOARDS and harmonious.. J
R UNODR NOW peace The love seat, from BOOK 5 of the series
train movement; it is the ab- of homemaking booklets offered with

sence of friction. The real these articles, proves this point. The
And never get to W M sketch shows how a simple frame was
lEA T symbol of is not to be :
peace J built to fit an old car seat which had been
see the. un. found in some secluded, motion- I } filled out with extra padding. Covering

let be W" elevated less mountain tarn, but in the ;, M5 was chosen to match an upholstered chairon
DEPARTMENT OF PEACE majestic progress of some quiet MAKE 8ASE OR / COTTON the other side of the fireplace. There
train SEAT.ADD are more than 30 of these homemaking
WASHINGTON. This columnist brimming river.-J. H. Jowett.A WINGS; BATTING Ideas illustrated In this booklet. o

1 L think they have a. recently' proposed that we begin great man is made up of r TH / .
Sermon BACK NOTE-A.copy of,BOOK 5 may be ob-
about the
little -
thinking a more
lot more fun.WNU equalities that meet or make tained by sending 15 cents with name and
I 1t1.CI'I'f,! (j-c on the Mount in our international great occasions.Lowell.What 1 EAT CAR TOLL address direct to: .'
) relations, and among other things OUT
is fitting is honorable
establish of Peace.It SCREWS ENDS '- -
a Department
d what is honorable. is fitting. i
was suggested that along with Bedford IIllls New YorkDrawer'10 i'
the Department of War and the navy Cicero. things that you improvise to ,

department, we set up as our first No pleasure is comparable to the use while you are acquiring per- Enclose 15 cents for Book No. 5.

line of defense a Department. of standing upon the vantage ground of manent furnishings may have

Peace to promote the idea that the truth.-Francis Bacon. lines as good, colors as fresh, and Name

Features.' only alternative to the atom bomb is details as smart as your most expensive Address I

to teach the world and ourselvesthat new pieces. A few deft

we must get along with each

other. RELIEVES DIAPER RASH Seemed the Ultimate inLandlubber's l
CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT I One aftermath of this idea is sig- M _sc St.JoselJh

nificant. It occurred in the appro- OROllNEWHITE. ; ParadiseA I ASPIRIN < ,

priations committee of the house of PETROLEUM JELLY m WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT las
representatives the other day when group.of bluejackets were discussing l

BUSINESS & INVEST. OPPOR. its members voted appropriationsfor their dislike for ships, f

Agents and Sales Managers wanted. Portraits the state department.It I' boats and all bodies of water, salt 1SIIfIlmJlUJlJ] H\

miniatures, paintings, many styles, happens that the nearest thingwe 'I'' SNAPPY, FACTS or fresh. They spoke of their per-

gold Art frames,411,S.EdgeworthGreensboroN.C.easy sales Excel. com.AmerIcan have to a Department of Peace.. sonal 'postwar plans, and each I Are arthritic joints "killing" you? Do you
is the Department of State. That or- I p/IJII feel miserable enough to die?I did!bat I cur ed i
tried to outdo the others in his myself. No pills.No braces.Send $1 for I.
MISCELLANEOUS ganization is by no means perfect, vows to obliterate every vestige of story Simple directions.Let me help you too.my !
and might not be ideal to operate a I RUBBER
INFORMATION, where to obtain 500,000
the from H. WELLRY
articles at wholesale prices. $1. Tattoo Removing Department of Peace. But its new navy memory. At last
Formula, complete instruc.. S2. I one boy voiced a plan that seemedto .343 Chandler Worcester 2,Mass.
L & B Novelty Co., Box 105,Rock Island,III. chief, Jimmy Byrnes, has some d t l
good; ideas and is working hard to top them all.

mellow TOBACCO natural- Postpaid-High long leaf chewing grade or smok-fancy establish new bureaus for spreading "After the war I'm going to puta JSE .
The 24 million American
ing. No 1. 5 lbs. $2.25. Cash with order. goodwill and helping passenger pair of
VOWELL & SONS. Martin, Tenn. peace. automobiles that survived the oars on my shoulder and 6 6 6
He is trying to carry on the ideasof war need 50 million new tires, ac- start walking inland," he said,
Conversation Pieces. (Note paper). Straw-
the office of information which
war cording to Government estimates. "And the first
berry or violet design. Something new. 51 place I come to
postpd. Brown Studios, Fountain City, Ind. furnished propaganda to newspa-
New passenger tires will con- where people ask, 'What are those COLD PREPARATIONSLIQUID
aimed toward better under-
ALASKAN NOVELTY mailed postpaid, pers, a
tinue to be all-synthetic for things-that's where
one dollar. Useful different, interesting.LEE standing of the USA. Byrnes is also I'm going SALVE, NOSE DROPS
Box 14, Juneau, Alaska. some time to come.It to live!"
trying to raise salaries. For years USE ONLY AS DIRECTED
have takes 450 rubber trees and two
state department
SEEDS, PLANTS, ETC. men a year, working full time, to
struggled along on starvation wages.
Soulless Gardening: Comp book of In produce a, ton of natural rubber. I
struc. for raising s iIWw vegetables This is partly the fault of the
from simple chcm. solutions. $1. Malcolm wealthy career clique which wantedto 'The work of inscribing nameson iVyiNNING JNTROdUCTORY OFFER!
Tabor, Park Hills, Huntington, W.Va. headstones has been mad II I
keep wages low and thus oper- I
DEPENDABLE FRUIT & NUT TREES. easier by development of a This
ate a closed shop for themselves. Try Amazing Cream-Paste That
Small fruits ornaments and general nurs- rubber sandblast stencil sheet. -
ery stock. Combined catalogue and plant- So Secretary of State Byrnes is trying -

ing NURSERIES guide free.Inc.CUMBERLAND, McMlnnville VALLEY, Tenn. to raise diplomatic wages as the The first commercial application ofB. Holds Your

first step guard toward the peace having front.alert diplomats F. Goodrich rubber spring Company's Is In "Tora.IIstic" 1,000. Dental Plates Firm "' l-

twin-coach buses to be producedthis

ation However bill ,got when up Byrnes'before appropri-his old year. and Comfortable All DayLongOr \

1 I I IIf friends the house in appropriations congress the other committee day,

slashed it to ribbons. They particularly You'll Get Double-Your-Money-Back!

cut the new agencies patternedon

the general idea of a Department Here's your opportunity to try at no I
risk-the remarkable cream-paste that I
of Peace. 9 has already helped over a quarter-million
t 's men and women find blessed relief from
MRS. TRAVELSMrs. the misery and embarrassment of loose .
Franklin D. Roosevelt will a ill-fitting dental plates! Let us send you ,* 'I-
yon are run down-becausa generous 7-day tube of Staze with this F rA
t% you're not getting all the A&D soon be off on another globegirdlingtour understanding. You need send only 10(. ':, :
Vitamins you need-start taking If after using Staze you're not completely
l help bring to promptly designed to help international I MGoodrich D nrist's \ \ delighted, you'll get not Just your money I I
/ energy and relations. This time Mrs. Roosevelt Own back but-SO UBLE-YOUR- fONEY-
stamina and build resistance. plans to visit Russia as well as other Formula? e'4 BACk I So mall coupon now I I
Good-tasting Scott's is rich in .
natural A&D Vitamins and war-ravaged nations in Europe.In End loose-Plate Troubles and Worried i
f energy-building, natural oiL recent weeks she has been tak-
Buy today All druggists. Just think how grand you'll feel "
ing a more vocal, outspoken posi- i I I Say Goodbye when your dentures stay comfortably
tion on public issues. Although she to Sort Gums secure from the time you put
Caused by them in until you take them out
denied :
having Secretary of loaf P/afesf
how wonderful to say goodbye '
State Byrnes publicly for his han- fat foods and You Chtw Like to sore, irritated gums and mouth

dling of the foreign minister confer- how marvelous to enjoy eating rtw
ence, Mrs. Roosevelt has been very and chewing all the foods you like e
in 1 I i I IMek ;: ; and to talk, laugh, or sneeze I
sharp private conversations about
awithout fear of your plates slipping.
WujS ? the way Truman and Byrnes have -- ? Take advantage of this never-to-be-

been rocking the ship of state, espe- repeated offer. Mail coupon NOW!

fal null till! in PillS Of cially when it comes to foreign af g.a...u.......-----------t
RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO; Double Your Money Back on This Offer!
fairs. - STAZE LO" Dept. 25. i
o Mrs. Roosevelt claims age is Tour pin;...;;., tonli, wr f< or dotht. '"conwuHo* If you act now, you can try Staze without 475 ]?11th Ave.' New York 17, N. Y. : I
p.e.,' thetrifectyavo.aIAi1hoke.nwty.SwAly... having to buy the regular size. Just mail B Bend m" big introductory 1 west
creeping up on her, but to an out- .Luly..INEXPENSIVELY..with and tuba of state. Enclosed find Ice. : \
coupon get
generous Introductory tube 11 I'm not satisfied, you'll give me _
side observer she gives no evidenceof DIANE Hot lroi EMBROIDERlTTIiANSFElt PATTERNSNwd"ignsform.rryelh.rmnfoo.Dltniyfor.hforchfdna'1 containing lull 7-day supply for only lOtf. double my money back. I

slowing down. She is now almostas clolk*(!,.!mining tilchtn i :dtwgru:,d. imnwli:,monoo/imt, But that's not all! We're so sure you'll be C :
active as she was before her hus- gay Mtijcin pa/t.m.....icituia. 3011go.for try ptirpot completely thrilled with the way Staze will : I
HAVE fUN STAMP STITCH SAVE! make dental Nam"
your plates feel and fit that we _
band's death certainly still the TRIAL OFFER 10 COMPLETE; PATTERN SETS don't merely offer you a money-back guarantee i : l
most forthright lady ever to live in 0.... 100 terming,dtferant molifi.EACH PAT. but double-your-money-backl delay I _
TERN IN INDIVIDUAL FOUR COLOR ENVELOPE. Our quota of Introductory tubes Is limited. So Address :
Large Botuell nm ticMc]>l>.-Small Size COc the White House. Send$1 I for f 10 comp!P.H.m Soli Pottagt pr.p d. we will not be able to repeat this offer ,
CSIIIOl: ISC OUT IS tlltCTEl* WHY 10074 satl.tocfl or your money bock! :
it m (ooo HOC man or IT lUll n rictipt! II r itiIcltll MEN LEAVE NAVY TOW"- -State- .
t. m m A IlirWl t OAB I Lt GffU Bfl N m[Il"._
1BOB CO., he. UGKSOItlLU 4. FLOIID1 Worried about the failure of men ; ......._ -............ '<

and officers to remain in the navy, I

Secretary of the Navy Forrestal recently IS GETTING UP NIGHTS I

put out an order to naval sep- I

aration centers to interview the next GETTING YOU DOWN? r*

WOME1'3ato 2' 100 reserve officers who came up for v a

discharge. The result showed bitter doctor's
Thousands famous
are you embarrassed lIy resentment on the part of reserve of- say

ficers against the Annapolis clique. discovery gives blessed relief from

HOV.fLASH? Here are some typical interviews irritation of the bladder caused by

quoted verbatim: excess acidity in the urine
"The only reason I would join the : btiv.. n ''4", I Ih4

Lit you Buffer from hot flashes, navy again would be if I were starv Why suffer needlessly from backaches, ,
run-down feeling from excess acidity In :Jo'1
feel weak, nervous, hlghstrung, ing.
a bit blue at tunes-due to the func- the urine? Just try DR. KILMER'S I
tional "middle-age" period peculiar to "It's mighty late for the navy to SWAMP ROOT, the renowned herbal
women-try this great medicine-Lydla try to sell itself to reservists." medicine. SWAMP ROOT acts fast on the
the flow of urine and
kidneys to
E. Plnkham's
relieve such Vegetable symptoms.Compound Plnkham's to "I think the officers of the regular relieve troublesome excess acidity. Originally -

Compound HELPS NATURE. It's one of navy are grasping, pushing and self- created by a practising physician !I
Dr. Kilmer's is blended combination
a carefully
the best known
medicines "
purpose. Follow label directions. centered. of 16 herbs, roots, vegetables, bal I _
"The attitude of the majority of sams. Absolutely nothing harsh or habit.
forming in this pure, scientific prepara
Annapolis officers to reservists is tion. Just good ingredients that fluicklract \I
WNU-7 45-45 that they are to be endured only for on the kidneys to increase the flow of I II
urino and ease the uncomfortable symptoms I
the time being. of bladder irritation. ;\2 ..
"The Annapolis grads should cast Send for free, prepaid sample TODAY! 1 \b\a dr :"% "t ( ;; I
Like thousands of others you'll be glad \: .
aside their childish attitude." ,that you did. Send name and address to n y t-I
Department B. Kilmer & Co., Inc., Box I
MERRY-GO-ROUND 1255, Stamford, Conn. Offer limited. Sendat
onco.All druggists sell Swamp Root. s' >n' (,'
I C. Judge Samuel Rosenman, one of
Them Cleanse
Help the Blood
Franklin Roosevelt's closest friends,
Harmful Body Waste
has become a staunch defender ofMississippi's
Your kidneys are constantly filtering ;
waste matter from the blood stream.But George Allen, who
kidneys sometimes lag in their workdonot holds a similar position with Harry TOMORROW ALRIGUI// u d
; act as Nature Intended-fall to Dependable iVEGETABLE
remove -
Impurities that, if retained, may Truman. To his skeptical New Deal //- ;' %; Ben-Gay
poison the system and upset tho whole friends, Judge Rosenman protests, LAXATIVE ,. ..Rl/BM QUICK
body ,
1x1 OMIT.I
Symptoms may be'nagging! backache, I "But George is a liberal: Allen, CWIGM

getting persistent up headache nights,,attacks swelling of, dizziness puniness, a protege of the late Senator Pat GET A 251 BOX IIO .. I1P.IJ1IJj Yes Ben-Gay gives fast,welcome relief from pain anddisconrl'ort

under the eyes-a feeling of nervous Harrison and an Insurance execu- Z3 '111I"rJJ '" due to stiff neck.That's because it contains up
anxiety and loss of pep and strength. tive, spends part of .
Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder every morningwith toZYz times more methyl salicylate and menthol-famous
are sometimes burning, scanty or Truman going over his prob- ( pain-relieving agents that every doctor knows-than five

too There frequent should urination.be no doubt that prompt lems.The "'3 tIJ -', other widely offered rub-ins. For soothing relief, make

treatment i is wiser than neglect. Use White House is quietly pass- e e.,rr...siea AS ern lewd sure you get genuine, quick-acting Ben-Gay!
Doan' Pillt. Doan' havo been winning ing the word around ,
now friends for more than forty years. newsmen not 1WHE1 9 'OUINTSCATCH ''i.
They have a nation-wide reputation. to pack their bags. There will be no
Are recommended by grateful people the more presidential junkets for quitea w 1 .
country over. Ask your neighbor COLDThey "
while. Truman got enough kidding / r
about his journey to the Missouri Relieve Coughs-Aching Muscle }-

county fair to last him a lone time. WITH HMO / 1 1 .

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-' :I Sometimes I wonder If what my bud- time draft, then they will find them- former law partner of Governor Cald- GEORGE W. DECK

; =*)-.X.-:..). :..: y. worth selves in another'war in a few years.I well as special attorney. Watson contends City of Clewistonr Hendry County,
dies and I went through was Florida. Nov. 29, 1945.
, I, "\ the trouble can't understand why the American that the .employment Parker b.
people don't want their sons to havea constitutes "an unwarranted and

::1 f Too Late To Classify "I get mad at the American peopletoo. year's military training. A year in unauthorized intrusion into, inter- - - ... .

As soon as the war was over the Army is the best education a boy ference with and 'usurpation of the

By RUSSELL KAY they wanted all their'sons, husbands, just out of high school can get. Since rights, powers and duties of the At-
sweethearts sent home immediatelyI I've lived through the war, a million torney General."

:..:.. << :-X.-+ don't want to stay over here any dollars couldn't buy the things I've CLEWISTONLOTS
more than anyone else, but I'm certainly learned. I've been associated with Jacksonville was selected as the

I am indebted to publisher Eugen not in favor of pulling every- every nationality and every creed in site 01 the next meeting place for the ,
JIatthews of the Bradford County body out and leaving the Germans the world, and I've seen a few sights semi-annual convention by the Flor-

Telegraph for his permission to reproduce alone. Right now the American 1 too. ida Institute of Accountants and of-

in this column a letter froma Army Is entirely too easy ,on the Ger "I hope you don't mind my phi- ficials announced the meeting would -
Idsophizing on life, but I feel strongly : occur some time in 1946.
Starke serviceman who is still Int mans. Most of the men over here May,
about these strikes and those peo- I
Germany.. now only saw a little combat if any SALES
\ at all, and as a result their attitude ple who oppose a peace time draft. I Effective December 1, Mark H. HAYB INCRBASBD
Adkins Jr., wasn'twriting
Z. ,
;:1'\1 While for Lt.publication A. and addressed toward the Germans is entirely too did their fighting for them, now let Bradley became District Passenger VERY RAPIDLY IN" THE

j' friendly. Most of the old timers, them do something for me."DevotedlyANDY.. Agent for the Seaboard Airline Rail-
this letter to his "Mom and Dad the '
those who actually know what war Is ." way at Jacksonville, it was announced PAfiTF fflX MONTHS
discusses timely
subjects he are so
like, and who saw how ruthless the I Lt. Adkins speaks with authority.A by General Passenger Agent Ro-
it the
and so reflects thoughts
countless other servicemen, that I Germans are, have either been killed, i student at Citadel, South Carolina land Bradley.
feel it deserves wide circulation and wounded or gone home. As a result I military school, he was commissioned -------- -

most of our soldiers over here now after attending officer's candidate LEGAL NOTICE
) I welcome the opportunity to present
I :)1 it in this column. have never seen a German with a I school at Fort Benning. TO MYRTLE CLONTZ GUY, WHOSE DO ,NOT LET THE ONE
hand don't know j As Infantry officer, he ADDRESS IS UNKNOWN:
: Lt. Adkins, Jr., writes from Dachau gun In his they an fought
:1 Germany: Dachau a name what It is to be wounded they through every major campaign in You are hereby notified that Bill for YOU WANT GO TO
when Europe. He wounded in action : Divorce has been filed against you by
don't know the feeling you get was
made infamous because of the Ger- Ned Guy in the Circuit Court of Hendry
;> man atrocities committed there. He you are ordered to attack '. or the twice and the end of the war found County Florida, at LaBelle and you are SOMEONE ELSE
feeling you get when the Germansare him with his division in Southern required to appear in said suit on Janu-
/ writes: ary 15. 1946. the
t' or Bill will be takenas
counterattacking you '. or howit Germany.The confessed.
"Dear Mom and Dad: -
feels to be cold or to go with- views of Lt. Adkins reflect WILLIAM T. HULL,
j "I've been reading lot in the Clerk Circuit Court,
a out food or water for several days. those of thousands of servicemen and
;i papers lately about the strikes they'I Hendry -County Florida. Price Trend
because of that fact deserve thoughtful (SEAL) Is
: are having at home. Boy, that really I Iil "If the American people don't start H. A. RIDER, _
I consideration. Thinking people
( burns here. These people using their heads a little more and : Attorney for Complainant.
;j : us up over
il UpwardbetterBUY.
realize that the mere cessation of Dec. 14, 21, 28, Jan. 4.
I ,i were deferred from the draft so they start paying attention to people like
hostilities does not mean peace. Lt.
'''l could work in some essential ind s- President Truman or General Mar- NOWCLEWISTON
Adkins might also have viewed with NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
: 'i try. They rode the gravy-train and shall and demand that we have REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
alarm the apathy of our people in
foot while large professional army, and by all
I made money hand over we a TO
j IT
I supporting the National War Fund MAY CONCERN:
I ;\ were dying and bleeding over here. means Insist that we have a, peace- -
.< "'_ I: / and Victory Loan. Our job on the Notice is hereby given that the under-
home front is far from over and the signed, under the provisions of Chap-
ter 20,953, Laws 'of Florida, Acts of
t n IIIIIIIIIiI"'J\"llInllllllllll! "' IIIIIIIIIIIIlI IIIlIIlIIIIlII>"! lI''"! \':!11I1I1I1I1lI1"1r! >"lIllIhlllll llh, longer we neglect it the costlier it 1941 will register with the Clerk of REALTY
will be.Wisconsin. the Circuit Court, in and for Hendry
, See The New County, Florida, upon receipt of proofof
publication of this notice, the fic-
titius name, to wit: CORPORATION

:i Now At To Be Liberated under which I am engaged in businessat
Clewiston. Florida. That the party
in Hendry County interested in said business is: - - -

MARKETTE Radio and Appliance Sales --.- ,

Tallahassee -(FNS)- Florida is
!I now playing host to some tourist

,;) -- Water Fish Commission, in a pro-

gram of restocking counties where

1 VINGS the deer population was wiped out
r 9AFfTY during tick eradication tMusic The
yo a campaign ------ Lasting gift
Of YOUR \ .v
!I INVtSTMCNTC\ has placed 25 Wisconsin- deer in Col-

j\ ... iSURilJJ/)JV ) lier The County.Commission has 225 otherson I I
1 I'' y
*TON. order which will be liberated in
fOOO. XC>/!
9 Qi Orange, Osceola, Highlands, Glades
i H f CD Q and Hendry Counties. The state as Can you imagine anything more appropriate than a musical

;t 1 Ir a whole has plenty, of deer, but it
instrument bf some kind? There are no new ones availableat
has proved impossible to trap the

. I I animals and transport them to coun- present, but we do have modern styled, new appearing;
1 fl ties where the supply is short.
r savingsaccount Florida pays $90 for each out-of- MirrApianos; fully guaranteed. Wo also have several thoroughly -_

e state deer. The cost is met by a reconditioned band instruments. The most complete

1 I. isI' special Livestock Sanitary Board appropriation -
voted after the agency stock 'of records !and record albums available, both classicaland

1 1 1 / undertook the task of destroying popular will be found in our store. Plan now to make
personalpreparedness tick-infested deer in the state. "
I' / MUSIO the answer to jour gift problems. It's the lasting gift

Tom Watson..Hits., -keeps on giving happy listening hours. We invite jon to I

: I Spending State MoneyFor our store to see our selections. -."..--- '- ->

,i'r' G against Tallahassee Special- Counsel(FNS) Continu- BRUBAKER MUSIC" CO.THE .

the future. ing employing his fight so-called against the"special practice attor-of

neys" to do the work that the {State

I Constitution assigns to the Attorney 206 Datura, West Palm] Beach

Clewiston Federal Savings and Loan General's office, Tom Watson has
I I,0 filed suit challenging the authorityof

the Internal Improvement Fund
/ :: Association
i trustees to hire Julius F. Parker,

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1t..=--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..... :..:..:..:........:-...'........... ..... men Into civilian life but pointed out for] Dr. C. B. Althoff of the First Baptist operator of which occured on May 21 Hendry Group Attends
possible this
that we must make it church, LaBelle. year After an argument over
them to do the things they have hop- Pallbearers were Harvey Dyess, the change for a ten-dollar bill AAA Meeting In
ed for and dreamed of. Clyde Crawford, Tony May Earl R. Gladys was said to have gone to her
1 With Citing the ,increase In Florida's Murray and Berry Stewart. Spoonerand home, procured a pistol and returned LakelandHendry ;..
i population and the good financial Englehart of Fort Myers were in to the Jook to fire four bullets
condition the State, the Bartow at- charge\ of arrangements.Mrs. into Mosey as he stood on the porch. ( County News)
a Our torney said FlorIdians face a futureof Peterson had been In ill health He died a few hours later in the At a state meeting last Wednesdayand
expansion and growth. for several years and bedridden? for Belle Glade hospital.A Thursday held in the Florida.
hotel at Lakeland, the 1946 AAA \
Florida, he continued, has the nearly a year. She came to Fort De number of witnesses were placed pro-
theService. largest concentration of air fields in naud 35 years ago from her home at on the stand by the State. The only gram for Florida was studied and .
Jp in proportion to Its size of any state in Nocatee. She was a native of Hamilton defense case was that of Gladys, her '! planned by county agents and committeemen -

the union. It has two producing oil I Fla. A nephew and niece, Mr. self, who took the stand in her own I Florida. from the various countiesin
wells and the citrus canning Industry and Mrs. D. W. Westberry, made defense just before the noon recess.
here Is the largest In the entire their home with her for the past two Court reconvened at two o'clock and Those who represented Hendry ,
I world. years. after the jury had been given a county were H. L. Johnson, county ,
:: lengthy charge by Judge W.: T. Harrison agent; Miss Ida Taylor, chief clerk, .
survived her
Peterson is
The industry of dehydratingfish Mrs. by
returned in a few minutes with I and Bert A. Miller, committeeman. .
he said, has saved many lives sister, Mrs. D. W. Waters of Nocatee,
the "not
. . - - in India. her only near survivor. guilty" verdict.
Members the A Florida citizens committee is
of jury were: Ralph
Fred Morrison, after two years service Florida, he said, is crying to pro-
time'that will be Wadlow, foreman; T. M. Gomez, Ivan studying the old question of whetherthe
in Seabees is back home and duce sugar and in
the Moore Haven Whidden, T. H. Snell, Walter Greer, University of Florida and Florida
Was obtained will an Important Industry.He
understand or
we side of T. J. Dupree, H. T. Frierson, J. B. State College for Women should be
that the cultural Negress AcquittedOf
obtain, his discharge. He was urged '
soon Arnold, Mack Lisk, Cecil Crews andJ. made co-educational and will reportto
and he took a post-war planning be remembered
last based in Okinawa
Murder ChargeGladys D. Hull. the next legislature.
plane from California to Miami justas

soon as he"could get away after Fishermen Elect
Small, a colored girl from
returning to the States.
son,met his,plane there Monday. Members To BoardMoore the local quarters, was acquitted of i
Circuit Court
a murder charge by a
jury here Saturday afternoon, after .-Special Saturday 'and Monday j
Charles Oliphant, recently discharged -
Haven Democrat)
( i a very brief deliberation.
from Army service, has been At a meeting here last Sunday ,
trial for the
'Visiting here with his sister, Mrs. R. Districtof Gladys was on alleged ChildrensCorduroy
afternoon, the Moore Haven
murder of John Hosey, a jook-joint
C. Wilson and left Monday to join his the newly organized Fishermen'sAssociation

wife and daughter in Texas. elected J., E. Frierson, M OverallsSizes

Lawrence Journigan and L. M. Lillyto -
I Sizes 2 to C
'G. M. Waters, Jr., received his discharge the association's board of directors. WANTEDBoy

+ from the Army on December They will represent the Moore '
3 and is now'visiting in Clewiston. Haven district for the ensuing year.It -

Junior was last based in Nevada. was also announced that all deliver/ papers each after- $1.9'7 Each d

'* members of the organization, all lake
noon, Monday through Saturday,
O'Neal Walker, former farmer and fishermen not members and all : Regular Price $2.49 t

drug store operator of South Bay returned friends of the association are urgedto after school on week days in Clew- a

home last week with a dis- attend the meeting' this Sunday at Also Childrens Jodphurs ;: . $2.98
charge from the Army. Mrs. Walker, 3 p. m. at the Belle Glade city hall iston. Good earnings for (,boy willing -
who has been working in Mack'sDrug where will be adopted and
to work. Write George'L. Pet- Inc.
Store, met him in West Palm discussion of methods and procedurewill ,
Beach. Pfc. Walker served for twen- W. X. MARTIN
take place. This meeting will tee, LaBelle. :
ty-six months in the European Theatre formally launch the organization and ,..,
of Operations and arrived home set all organizational machinery in
Esther's birthday-the best gift
-on motion. '= .
'fwe have her word for it) she ever 'k..r- J.J. _-_-_ .MI. :irwg.J.:___ ...:-1- i:: In: _' _
received on a birthday. .-
'. Citrus Industry

Word has been received that Cpl. Moves To Avoid ,
W. Owen Winn left China around the I
-end of November and is en route OP A.Price.Cei ng

"home. Owen served in a Tank Bat- For Christmas Gifts

talion with the First Marine Division LakelandFNSIn an effortto :',.1.,:
which he joined at Guadalcanal after head off a proposed move to re- <, .
six months training in Australia. He Instate all OPA citrus price ceilings, J- "-
was in the thick of most of the Pa- Florida's citrus industry is making ; \
See our display of gift goods for :<
cific fighting, the last of which was preparations to send a strong dele- every '..
ion Okinawa and since that time has gation to Washington for a hearing ...'-..:< .:-: ., member of the family. -" J"Lt. \ -
r-. .
been based in China. Owen wears next Thursday before John C. Collett, ..4; rr 't.':
the Purple Heart for wounds received economic ,stabilization director. :.<'
in action and has a Presi- Collett, acting on a promise made I Y"

dental citation along with various! recently, deferred action on the reinstatement .

other decorations we'll learn more plans until citrus representatives For xJ! ,
about when he gets home. from Florida, Texas and Groceries ,

'* California could___get to the capital. -.'!> : :; ';
Bobby Topper is en route home, Florida's delegation will include: ;" :
even be here as this is printed .
may Robert C. Evans, secretarymanagerof
and thereby sets some kind of a the Florida Citrus Commission; A tasty assortment of holiday foods for ,

record for getting back. Bobby has j W. J. Steed of Orlando, representa- ; .
been' in the Navy only a year or so,1 1 I tive in Washington for the commis- ;... that Christmas Dinner as well'as all staples.. :r .._,.:

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worked his to the Philippine T
sion; Marvin H. Walker, manager of F
hut was there only a month until he I the Florida Citrus Producers 'Trade .5 i!
started back to the States. "He left '
Association; :Murl Pace, man.l?;e" of I /
San Francisco on Monday of this I United Growers and Shippers Association :
week for Clewiston. It has not been and Dr. Wayne G. Reitz. I For Meats 1
learned whether or not he is dis-

Mrs. Nan Peterson J IJ I

:Mrs. Vida Surrency of South Clew- Dies Sunday at Her You'll find a top assortment of meats i in our meat dep '

iston now has all three of her sons ..rt'l''l'
back home. -Jean: served in the Pacific I Home In Ft. DenaudHendry ,ment, which is continually growing despite .'

Theatre and Fritz in the Euro- '

pean Theatre and both have their ( County News) current shortages. ,/J'
Army discharges. Charles served in Mrs.. Nancy G. Peterson, aged 69,
the Merchant Marine and now is on died Sunday afternoon at her homeat -
a leave of absence. All three of the Fort Denaud. Funeral services i ':"
boys> returned to their former jobs were held Monday at 3 p. m., at the ,
"with the U. S. Sugar Corporation graveside in Fort Denaud cemetery, ,
this week. A. J. Evers officiating, assisted byPUCK

Lt. Roger Morrison, who has been I
:serving in the CBI as a fighter pilot
has just received his discharge and IThr- ROYAL'S I

'Js visiting his brother Earl Morrison ]

'and Mrs. Morrison. His home is in p ,

"Tupelo, Miss.
First Lieutenant W. L. BrantleyJr I 1I I

-- :, has been discharged from the BLACK IC/IT KI T .'. t'_ '... J.. ',.." ... -.- ..:<_,: -- :. _. ._ '_ "- .'1;;, : __ .- .''__ ._ .- .-. :. ,- :f
Army after five years of service and
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"is now visiting his wife's family in

klahoma City, Okla.
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Pfc. Riley Lashley, just back from ? .

Germany, was visiting here Tuesday Do Your XMAS SHOPPING At.
with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hampton.

"His home is in LaBelle. Lashley said ,.
le had hunted J. W. all over Europeand =

had, to come back home to see SEMINOLE .

Clayton Waters has apparently received Areal =
'' his discharge from service for _

he called Monday;evening from Camp LIGHT KIT! SpecIalIzIng. -. :
Blanding. He will probably visit for. .
a time elsewhere before returning to Paint or draw pictures that glow
Clewiston but he'll be down to see.r in the dark under "black light" DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY :l;
us before long. Clayton was in the lamp. Use secret invisible ink :
European Theatre and has been backin or fluorescent paints and cray.
the States but a short time. ons.the army Same materials as! used by And Distinctive Unusual Gift Goods 0,

$9.95Get ,;:s

Spessard Holland .

Stumps For HACK. your LIGHT lk77'KIT TODAYD III Fast, accurate repair work on any watch. There is an >./,;

Veteran Votes I expert watchmaker now located in our store. '

MAR K ETT E Radio and

Tampa (FNS) Speaking before FOR GIFT
the TampaWomen's Club, form- Appliance Sales USE OUR LA Y-A WAY PLAN PURCHASES F

''er Governor Spessard L. Holland III'
stressed the fact that we should not THOMAS MARKETTE J< _
only absorb ex-service: men and wo- >>i T' c .y..': :'O-= _" ":!: .7]

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