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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 5, 1941
Publication Date: 1928-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME ,13-NUMBER 3 CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECE.MBEH 5, 1941 SUBSCRIPTION-$_.(}O PER YEAR ,
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House Passes New Graduate En Route Cadets Back Now Home Red Cross Roll Call .


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Sugar Bill MondayFlorida A the number passenger-of-station citizens' Wednesday gatheredat : Far Exceeds Quota


evening to bid farewell to the '
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Congressmen 'Fr. Flynn Leaves' graduated this week from 'Riddle Two Army Sergeants I Total Of $558.60 Is !
McKay Aero College M they left

Given Little Time For Tallahassee by train for Canada to await arrangements Injured Near LaBelle Raised By Workers ;
t for boat passage backto

:. i ,--i;.. To Protest '- England. There they will havea In This Area .:

1.",';;. Father 'L. J. Flynn, pastor of short combat training course Sergeants Rufus Lowe and Clyde
and will be in the' thick of the'
St. Margaret's Catholic Church here Hendry, Jr., of Company C. Eighth '
Railroaded by congressmen of air :fight in a few short weeks. The 1941 Red Cross Roll Call "f
I sugar beet producing states and I I for the past three years, left recently The wings, which the cadets 'I Infantry, Fort Benning, Ga. were has been completed by the Clewis-*
killed short-
injured and a cow was '
a portion of the cane producingarea 1 for Tallahassee where he wear to indicate their graduationand ton Chapter and the final checkup "
the new sugar bill, designedto has been assigned as pastor of which are ordinarily given ,to ly after midnight this the morning courthouseat in shows that the chapter far ex- ,::
accident
near
extend the 1937 Sugar Act :with the class with appropriate exercises an ceeded its quota of 400 $1.00 memberships -
The Church of the Blessed Sacra LaBelle. The boys were en
modifications, passed the lower were not received and this, class with a total of $558.60,
house of Congress Monday by a ment. will have to await their arrival In route to Fort MyersHendry's Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, chairman

vote of 134 to 32., The bill was Father Flynn has been succeed Canada to secure the coveted home, after visiting in Clewiston. of the local chapter, is very proud
passed under suspension of rules j red 'by Fr. Timothy J.; Geary who wings. The car was badly smashed upon I of the results of the membership '

requiring a two-thirds majority and j comes to Clewiston from Home- This group represents a.f groupof Its Impact with the cow. The drive, the great success of which,

Florida- congressmen, loud in pro-I stead. He will' aIM, as have previous fifty ,cadets who originally began steering wheel struck Lowe In the she attributes to, the roll call .
test of 'the bill, were given but five pastors have the pastorateof training at Carlstrom Field abdomen, and Hendry was badly chairman,' his co-chairman and the-

,minutes to express their ..views. St. Mary's Church in pahokee. at Arcadia but before ooming hereat shaken up but not otherwise in- many loyal workers. Peter Chagaris; I
' During h1s three stay here the local jured., Dr. C. E. Weaver treated, roll call chairman, his co-chairman, I
The Florida fight was led by Rep. ,year the opening' of school
their Injuries and reported that Mrs. H. Lanier and E. M. Cornette.
Pat Cannon of Mfami who told 'the'house ; Fr. Flynn made many lasting several of the groupbad been ,
that his delegation fought j friends among tie people of all found unsuited as pilots and sent none was serious. The car. a 1935 join Mrs. Patterson in expressing
this denominations who regret ( for Ford, was repaired In LaBelle and their appreciation not only, for the
not only for the producers of religious back to Canada training In ,
state, who may be given relief If I II to lSee him leave. another branch of the i aervlce. Mostof the men continued on to 'Fort I way the people of Clewiston responded -
Myers this morning.ADVERSE for the excellent
I quota restrictions are lifted in 1942 their primary wart had been but work
but for the consumer who will pay J completed upon their arrival here done by the corps of volunteer

additional taxes to meet the' increased FIRE DEPARTMENT and it was only a short time until workers.A .
', subsidy payments which .'they were taking their basic and REPORT ISRECEIVEDON1SLAND break-down of the $558.60
the bill provides. then their advanced training.Of shows that there were 485 dollar-

President Roosevelt, Secretary of TOREPAIRTOYSFOR the entire class not one re- memberships' six five-dollar mem.
I State Cordell Hull and Secretaryof ceived any serious Injury In accidents berships, two ten-dollar member
Agriculture Claude Wickard and only one plane has ships and' contributions amountlug

backed the Florida- delegation and NEEDYCHILDREN' been badly smashed during the PROTECTIVE LEVEE! to $23.60.RiddleMcKay.

indicated that the legislation was training period Here'. The numberof employees- also
not needed. at this time, but to men of the group who survivedthe responded loyally and quite a number
'The Clewiston Volunteer Fire I of memberships were obtained ,
avail.
no three periods of training Is -
The division U. S. Engineer'soffice
in cooperation with
I',' The bill now goes to the Senate I Department, considered to be a record. in Richmond gave notice this from colored citizens.
the Boy Scouts' will this year collect Workers responsible for the success
where a companion bill was Introduced -
week that an unfavorable report
old in the community,
' toys: of the drive included G. W.
: Nov. 7 ,
on but it is not
had been returned on the pro-
,' I paint and repair them and distribute L. M. Hutson and J. W.
' Tyson,
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known when the Senate will act to '
the Lake "
posed improvements
them among the needy children NEW SERVICE IS Durden"of Riddle-Field; Constable
.,:: on the measure. Okeechobee project designed to I
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of the area at the Community I. S. Bell assisted by colored workers
i\:: ': ,' 'cUI.der) the proposed bill mainland : Christmas tree. provide protection for Ritta, -
: Andy McKeen and Amos and
" t cane and beet sugar.... pro- On Monday and 'Tuesday of the INAUGURATED ATLOCALPOSTOFFICE Kraemer and Torrey Islands in the' Viola Thomas for the colored sec
: ducers would get a four per cent I south part of Lake Okeechobee.The .
week Scouts will makea
coming Boy
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tions; Mr. and Mrs. R., W. Turk,
.., Increase, in qu'ota', providing this i canvass of the town and makeup report was authorized by Con Mr.- and .Mrs. Jimmy-Wilson, Mrs.
", by cutting 'the 'Cuban quota, the. gress In 1940 and a hearing was
,a 'list of these who: have old
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Ruth v Wilcox Mrs.E.. Dilley,
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" \ -PMllipino, qu-b"'C1J; Jtl\i< of','otter toys to;- crdttateOn1'Wednesday,' ..- held_ in Clewiston several: months Mrs. A. O..;"Ward, Mrs._ Nicholas
foreign countries ,now selling small'I -
Thursday and Friday calls will be Mumford, :Mrs. Harry Vaughn,
amounts in this country. The I made these homes the Postmaster A. W. Sias announces ago.The which
, at by Scouts principal grounds upon Mrs. Frank Rodriguez, Mrs. Fred
Sugar Act would be continued until I: and Firemen to' pick up the toys this', week a new post-office the aderse conclusions were based Morrison, Mrs. F. Conkling, Mrs. F.
December: 31, 1944, continue sugar and take them to the Community service which will be inaugurated are that the islands were' frequently D. Duff, Mrs. W. L. Lott, Mrs. A.
'taxes for the same period and Center where a work-room has been tomorrow '(Saturday) afternoon., overflowed I before Federal: im- L. Hackett, Mrs. Bob "Wiandt, Mrs

provide for increased benefit payments provided. It is known 'as "Suspended provements were initiated; that any S. P. Slonaker, Mrs Sam Young

,to growers. The Garden Club 'is also cooper- Service" and permits the holding increase in the frequency of ''such Miss Florence Graham, Miss Ardis

ating by making up a list of the open of. one window of the officeon overflows in recent years' has been Bolton, Miss Marianne Jones, Miss t
Party Visits Here needy children so that no childin Saturday afternoons which is caused by subsidence of the island Mauryne Prewitt, Miss Gloria Mc-
the ,community or nearby will a holiday in second-class offices. surfaces due to cultivation and notto Duffie, Miss Betty Bailey, Miss

.,- :;:::;. From Palm Beach go without a gift or ,gifts- this One clerk will be on duty each Sat- Federal improvements; that, had JQlianne Oglesby for Clewiston.Mrs. .
Christmas. urday afternoon to have chargeof It not been for subsidence, con- Keathley Bowden was
" '' ., -- So far as' is known this is the this window but there' will be ditions on the islands would have publicity chairman and Mrs. M. M.

A group of twenty-six people, first time such ,a venture has been no sales of money orders, defense been better as a result of Federal Prewitt had charge of window dis
. ., mainly'women, spent some. time in attempted here. stamps or bonds or postal savings. improvements than they were. be- plays. '

' Clewiston yesterday ,on a special Should there be those who have Also announced Is the second fore; that the necessary water pro- Junior Red Cross Enrolls
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."", tour arranged by the West Palm toys and who are missed by the auxiliary route from the Clewis tection and control is not a condi- The Junior Red Cross Chapterof
Beach Chamber of Commerce. They Scouts in their. rounds' they should ton office which went into effect tion faced only by island operations Clewiston went over the top in:
were accompanied by Mrs. Goddellof get in touch with some member December 1 and will do so each i but must be provided by all (Continued on page 10)
the C. of C. of the Fire, Department, personally year. It will be In effect but five who successfully cultivate Ever-
The I members of the party werea or by telephone and the articles months. The route covers the glades lands; and that protectionof Huge Bundle To d"!, :i :
part of a group of some 150 will be called for. Members of same territory of the other rural the island lands is, therefore,

t '" fishermen from the New York sec- the force are: Sandy Bell, Charles route but the route business dur- a function of local interests. 'and Leave For Red Cross
'. : tion who come to West Palm Benson, A. C. Carlton, Ed Clark, ing the sugar season' I.? so heavy not of the Federal government.
;:_', Beach each year for a sailfish George Crowe, Malley Palmer, that another carrier was necessary. Island landowners are reminded
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:'!..: derby. Most of the visitors here ,John Perry, L. C. Rosenberg, Wilbur Goff takes the second roundon that they may make an appeal from Production workers of the local
:" -were wives of these fishermen. Jimmy Weaver and Jimmy Wilson. the auxiliary route. this decision to the Board of En' 'Red Cross chapter are assemblinga
{ They arrived here on a chartered Route mail now leaves the gineers of Rivers and Harbors huge bundle of knitted articles,
;,. ed: bus, had luncheon at the Inn, Hamblin Building New Clewiston office at ten o'clock instead within four weeks of the date of cloth dresses, overalls, and layettesfor
ti':" ,. made a tour of the sugar house, of 'eleven due to the earlier the report notice, November 29. At shipment to national Red Cross
;:; Townsite Village and the residential House On Osceola Ave.H. arriving of the passenger train Least part of the island landownershave for use in Britain. There are 251
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section of
Clewiston before re from the north.BASKETBALL. during this summer, provided knitted pieces, 75 dresses, 10 overalls
.: 1' turning. their own protective dykes and and approximately fifty lay
) Their guide while here was F. W. MEETING it is doubtful if there will be I have
R. Hamlin is building a new an ettes, all of which been made
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Davis of the
sugar corporation. five-room house on Osceola Avenue'' appeal made. I since July first.

I,:,,- for the Bishop-Wilson Lumber Representatives from six town Mrs. F. Deane Duff is production -.
" ( Three Are Called Company. Framing is up and the basketball teams of communities University Class chairman" and the work has

house should be completed in a in this section will meet here at been done under her supervisionby
For Army Training few weeks. theCommunity Center! next Wed- Visits Sugar HouseProf. 'scores- of workers. The Red

The bungalow will have an exterior nesday evening to make plansforthe Cross room has been opened in the

. finished in novelty siding, six-man league and to arrangea Community Center each Mondayand
Three county men, two from plastered interior, hardwood floors schedule of games. Towns rep- J. Wayne Reitz, of the Friday all day.: Several have
; Clewiston and one from LaBelle, and metal shingle roof There is resented will be Belle Glade, Moore Department of Agricultural Eco- worked there, and many others
reported to the local draft ''officeat a portecochere on the west side.It Haven, South Bay, Pahokee, La- nomics at the University of Floridain have called there for work which

7:15 Wednesday morning and ,is located on Lot 20, Block 207.' Belle and Clewiston. Gainesville is scheduled to ar- they did later at their homes.
were sent to the U. S. Army induction rive in Clewiston this afternoon Packed in the box will be 56

i y.-: ,..-. station at Camp Blanding. HEAL ESTATE SALESJ. Fuller House Being about four o'crock, accompaniedby sweaters, in sizes 4, 6, 10, and
;;;," ., The three are Charles :Bras.
several members of his class 12 years; 22 women's cardigans;
Owens and Samuel Vernon Guth- E. Beardsley's real estate Placed On Arcade Ave.The for a tour of the sugar house and 15 men's slipovers; 44 pair men's
rie ,of Clewiston and Thomas office announces the ,sale this weekof talk ,with U. S. Sugar Corporation socks; 20 mufflers; 60 beanies;
Pinkney Weekley of LaBelle. Lot 21 in Block 372 on Ventura department heads.Immediately 14 pair of men's, women's, and

Street to H. E. O'Brien who plansto big frame house which was upon their arrival children's mittens, and 20 pair of

, 'J Quiz Program At move. house here. in the near purchased by C. W. Fuller in La- here the students and their' Instructor I children's mittens'; 55 girls' 'dresses
future from Felda, his former Belle and moved here recently has will contact Dr. B. A. 20 women's dresses and 10 pair of
t Kiwanis MeetingThe home. E. M. Cornette has pur- been placed on Lot 18 of Block Bourne, corporation sugar agronomist boys' overalls, and approximately
chased the lot adjacent to the 203 facing Arcade Avenue and J. and research chemist who 50! layettes: each containing 13
Clewiston Appliance Store buildingon F. Tippey, local contractor is now will explain the technicalities of sewed garments in addition to one
.: .;', members of the Kiwanis Bond Street. This is Lot 35 at work putting the house in shape :sugar cane culture. After dinner c lozen: diapers and two bound
Club enjoyed a quiz contest Wednesday in Block 358.BUILDS for occupancy. at the Inn they will visit the sugarhouse blankets. ,
,night at their regular All plaster was removed from on a specially conducted //1 Junior Do Their Part
dinner meeting. The contest 'was NOVELTY SHOPJ. the intejior and it will 'be re- 1 tour, will spend night here and The Home Economics Club whose
the monthly 'one from Time magazine plastered. Three porches are be- tomorrow morning will make a ,,1 members are girls from grades 9,
and was won by J. F. Tippey. F.: Tippey has just completedthe ing built, a small stoop on the 1 lour of corporation properties with I i"V. J 10 l and 11, under the supervisionf
Plans were' made for a turkey construction of a novelty shopat north entrance side, a large screen C. Prewitt, western division their instructor, Miss Hannahrork
shoot to be held on December 17. the home of Dr. W.' L. Lott. The porch on the east end and an agricultural,, superintendent.Prof. / completed 3 layettes of the
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A divisional training school to building is about 14x20 feet with. open porch on the south ,side. It Reitz has made several above number. The work was exceptionally -
be held in Miami next Friday will concrete floor and the exterior is is a large house and will be a j rips here in past years with classes / well done and much
be attended by several (,f the being stuccoed ,to match the resi- most attractive home when completed but has missed the past two c redit is due Miss York and the
Clewiston Kiwanians. dence. The cost was about. $400. i I ears. I (Continued on page 10)




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I Sisal-Good Neighbor' ProductSisal I 1 r SPEAKING SPORTS OF



I MRftGQflOmI13R the fiber made from the henequen plant of Yucatan, touches
upon the life of every American. For most wrapping twine around the By ROBERT McSHANE

EN mail or express package we get is sisal-made. And the bread we eat teas Releoied by Western Newspaper Union
E made from flour made from wheat bound up in the field with sisal IWNUServic.

twine, for American farmers have never found an acceptable substitute. I I IN SELECTING Joe DiMaggio as
Washington, D. C. War, with Its increased demand for wire and steel products has forced Notes of An the American league's most valu-

LITTLE BUSINESSThe twine and rope into new roles of importance, thus creating for sisal the Innocent Bystander: able player for 1941, the Baseball
President has on his desk a greatest demand in 1r istory.eo I The Wireless: All the grumblingyou Writers Association of America hon-
confidential report that would wan hear about the Army's morale ored an athlete whose name will be
the heart of the defense-harried little being way down to here is German remembered as long as baseball is
business man if he could read it.
cooking. Gen'l ,Marshall, Army played.
Submitted by Lowell Mellett, one Chief of Staff, made that warningin The slugging outfielder for the
of the "passion for anonymity" Whit his speech. Its all tricked up to New York Yankees, who set the
House secretaries, following a careful disturb the soldiers' loved ones, and baseball world on fire with a record
survey in 35 states, the memorandum it's surefire with the stupider Con- string of hits in 56 consecutive
by inference severely criticizes :- : gressmen Clark Gable's nifty games last season, was similarly
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OPM and war department handling .5 : via a Red Cross show: "Our an- honored in 1939. Last year's most
of defense contracts. I cestors lived in log cabins and sod valuable player was not in the run-
Mellett found that little business '. I4c) 3 I jPr huts to ,establish a gov't based on ning for this-year's award. Hank

generally is bitterly disgusted wit! r s .: the theory of 'We, the People,' and Greenberg of the Detroit Tigers,
the whole defense administration, is not 'I, the State' Many of the first choice of the writers in 1940,
convinced that it is being r'un by; & afternoon dramas contain some of spent most of the 1941 season in the
big business and corporation law k& the theater's best players. Why army and had no opportunity to re

yers, and is upvin arms politically; N : ,. cS ,.. don't the sponsors also try to hire-a peat.
about the matter. Mellett warns; better grade of writers? One During his six-year career with
that. the administration had better: place where a .writer is needed- the Yankees, Joe never has hit lower -
do something about the situation but needed-is on the "single"shows. than .323, never has totaled less
and do it fast or it will be just too< (AW'i. The patter the announcer and artist than 29 home runs and never has
bad in next year's crucial congres- swap between numbers always batted in fewer than 125 runs. He
sional elections.A sounds as if they'd lost the script batted .357 in 139 games ,in 1941.
long list of specific grievances; and are covering up the wait His consecutive hitting streak this
are detailed in the report- : Little > One headliner explained the reason season started May 15 with a singleoff
firms are excluded from defense 'jS ;t LL2: he never used guest stars is be- Edgar Smith .of the Chicago
orders in favor of big'competitors, I cause he's never met a star who White Sox and continued until July
even though there was no differencein knew how to behave like a guest. 18 when the string was broken by
their prices. Endless run-a rounds Cleveland Pitchers Al Smith and
from OPM and army brasshats be- I Jim Bagby.
the little business men had $ ?A. The Story Tellers: Correspondent
cause The selection wasn't a simple
no "in" with the big shots. Small :; ; James Young, who was jailed by matter. After all, Bob Feller's 25
manufacturers put out of business n!\ '%' wd4onaa: 4wunbiw.'ra:wow the Japs for reporting what he saw pitching victories for the Cleveland

by the priority system which en- I A big ship unloads 10,000 bales of Yucatan's''green gold," as sisal is in China, gives them real reason to Indians were high in the league.Boston's .
with defense con- holler copper in a Reader's Digest
ables big concerns, Ted Williams
known, in the Port of New Orleans, to be converted into binder twine outstrippedCecil
hoticle. In "Japan Risks Destruc-
tracts to hog supplies of raw ma- Travis of Washington, his
terials. for the nation's "breadbasket. tion," Young should raise lots of nearest rival for the batting title,

Mellett also implies that the Divi- .. ... ..'.... ... ..,.+ blood pressure in Tokyo Clarke ; by 47 points. Williams hit .406.
a
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sion of Contract Distribution, established nSro" : :: ,73 Robinson, profiling Admiral 'HaroldR. Fifteen of the 24 committeemenfor

several months ago to help Stark in World Digest, reports the baseball writers cast first
little business, has so far accom- that the present Chief of Naval Op- place votes for Joe and the other
plished very little in the way of re- erations made his first hit with FDR nine approved him for second. Eight
sults. Small business is still out in by defying him No punch- committeemen nominated Williamsfor
the cold when it comes to getting an puller is Time, which describes pub- first, 14 for second and two for
equitable share of defense work. lisher Douglas M. Stewart of Commentator third. Feller was named by 14, for
The gist of the report is an old to wit and to wow: third place, six for fourth, one for
story to the President. For months "stocky, heavy-lidded Boston aes- fifth, two for sixth and one for sev-
others have been telling him the thete with a. taste for antiques and enth.

same thing although not so comprehensively Aryans" .. Collier's editorialistis DiMaggio played for the San
and effectively. The ( that you Maury?) for Nov. 13 Francisco Seals in the Pacific Coast
creation of SPAB and the Contract vk/ : has a punchy crack He calls league for three full seasons and
Distribution division was an effortto Nazi-occupied Yurrop: "The New part of 1932. He was sold to the
remedy the situation. But these ILrJ4A:1'i I Disorder." Yankees for $25,000 and five players

agencies are manned with the same i in 1934 but did not join the New

type of executives who have been When the news first came throughthat York club until two years later.
running the defense program from those 95 refugees from Nazi- He has been a member of the American -

the start-big: business men. land had been refused permission to league All-Star game squad
There isn't one.little business mac w ,yQ: .%: .9 ? '73'.dp land in Argentina, and faced the every year since, he came to the
among them. fate of being returned to concen- majors.
: c rQra Though the price paid for Joewasn't
Lone Refuge.In S.'rrr. .. : # tration camps, Selwyn James, a '
:
2G ? ':! b''kgJ'.pfi" the Yankees
fact, in all of Washington thereis ,a' .>;..90i. :: ; ?: Jx'. u 'Q'K only place where little busi- ,. ): .. chief of it one of the best investmentsever
one a ." '! ,f 'rn ? '%%;': ;EfS4 called Sir Gerald Campbell
ness man is functioning in behalfof the British Press service. He urged made by the club. His value
small business. him to have the refugees admitted I I to the world champions can't be
That is in the justice department, Left: A bale of sisal has just been opened in a' New Orleans rope to British Trinidad. It would be ex- measured solely by statistics. His

i where trust-busting Assistant At- factory, and the strands are being fed into a breaker machine. Right: cellent publicity for the British,. 56-game hitting streak evidenced meant a
is
torney General Thurman Arnold has These long, golden strands are about to become yarn. James said, aside from being a decent great deal more than,
book.
record
set up a Small Business section and and not too unlikely act,of hu by the
.... .
installed as its head a genuine little "W"W: .r ,- ..., manity. He got a polite brush-off
business'man. I The gloomy ship started for Bowling -the Right Way
He is Guy Holcomb, a strapping, Europe, and Rep. Sol Bloom rushedin
two-fisted Atlanta filling station operator protest to the British Embassy.He L By LOWELL J'ACKSON

who has never had a pub- :' '1'.;,,; acF was turned down, too When
lic job before, hates redtape, and g. n.fn that happened, ,cocky newspaperman (This is one ot a series of lessons la bowl
loves nothing better than to tangle James got Campbell on the ing by Lowell Jackson, one of the country's
Mr. has eighteen
bowlers. Jackson
with a brasshat who is pushing phone again, and ranted and roared outstanding 300 games to his credit and bas a. 12-yeat
around a little fellow. for half an hour i It must have league average of 210.)
Operating from a cubby-hole office been tophole as far as accents and

. with only a secretary as his persuasion go Because, finally,
J assistant, and without fanfare and Campbell promised to have anothergo
hoopla, Holcomb in the month he has .T d e at the Embassy Result:
been functioning already has The refugee ship has changed ((D .

chalked up an impressive record as yc ,, course again, and British Trinidadwill y.i
a defender of little business men. /r' ii iiy be at least a temporary haven
He has got them contracts, supplies, for those ninety-five pushed-around
and entry to official doors previously : } \ outcasts.Ed .

closed.If .. ,
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you are a little business man
Howe, the late editor of an

Holcomb and are is having the one defense man in Washington troubles-, I envied Atchison for, Kansas his serene, daily outlook, was always on life


able.to to There tell help them will you,be to.but no He he'll' complaint may certainlytry. not be on p i ::c1 W1j 11 11d \,, .stuff. .and Celebrated wished they writers had his read peace his i

of mind Now his son, Gene,
n <
that score. "ts3 ,/ ,$:' '"a!' .ts D
: writes. in a magazine: "My father
was the most wretchedly unhappyman 2
HITLER CARVES TURKEYThe 'y h .ti N,
I ever knew" At the
reported new French hookup Sva.n.c' same time, H. L. Mencken, the Baltimore -
with Hitler comes at an especiallybad r

time for the British-which un- This machine is a preliminary processor, which cards out the fibers head off.journalist People; was were hollering clucks, his he Free, easy and natural!

doubtedly is why'the Nazis put the I and lays them parallel to each other. yelped, and the world was a hoosegow HOW TO DELIVER A STRAIGHT
screws on Vichy so vigorously. Un-
I ball is naturallythe
Now, in his fascinating- BALL-The straight
der these circumstances the Nazi and be more
memoirs, "Newspaper Days, easiest to roll can
squeeze on Turkey can be expectedto
he alwaysas readily controlled.
Mencken confesses was
tighten almost momentarily. I happy as a kid with his first When you start your delivery, of a
In fact, the more the Nazi drivein
Russia bogs down with weather, 1 .
When
directly at the headpin. releasing -
the more likely is Hitler to take the
twist
the ball, do not turn or
easier, warmer, short cut through Midtown Vignette: The other At all times refrain
Turkey toward the oil fields of the middle-of-the-nightime, a Canadian I your fingers. full effort in
from putting your
Caucasus-and also toward the British soldier went into Hamburger Heaven -', Swing your :arm
delivery.
oil fields in Mosul and the Eu- and wolf'd about five hamburger from your the shoulder freely, remaining

phrates valley. sandwiches, so hungry was he I relaxed as possible to keep from
For months the Nazis have been ;' ) : t tl As he went to the cashier's desk, forcing.as A forced ball is likely"to
bringing small boats down to the he was told: "Oh, I couldn't think ol be what bowlers call a "dead ball."

Aegean via the Balkan railroadsand .. taking: money from you. You're doing I Remember to roll your ball down x
the Danube, and are reported .y.riJ something to make it a better
the Do not pitch it through
alley.
almost ready for landing party at- : i4J:1 : : world, and all I can do, is wish I the air to land An the alley several
tacks on coastal points in the Mid- could. Sorry, no money from a sol- yards beyond the foul line.
dle East. dier. And whenever you are in the In swinging into your delivery of
Preparing to meet this, General] neighborhood again, please come a straight ball, hold it as close to
Wavell has been sending a con. here and eat all you want!" right leg (left leg if you're
stant stream of reinforcements from x like it lots your
The Canadian said he'd left-handed) as possible, and release -
India, most of them to Iran, Iraq more if he could pay his way it directly at the pins; that is,
and Palestine. The British say they: "I have the money!" he said, displaying swing should be on a line between -
are in fairly good shape-though still] a wad "Sorry,." said your the spot where the ball hits
woefully weak in tanks. Now in yarn form, rolled on bob- Coils of finished rope made from the cashier, "wouldn't think of it!" the alleys and the headpin. Exag- .
Faced with this crisis, the Turksas bins, the sisal is being spun into a sisal are about to begin their journey . The Canadian is one of the gerate your follow-through with your
unusual, continue to be the enigmaof small ball of rope by the girl at the to the far corners of the coun wealthiest men in the world. His arm to assure positive direction.
Europe. Diplomatic betting is machine. try. name is Duncan McMartin. Hat I
they will bow to Hitler. about 40 million smackers.

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door, smiled and asked, "Well, 4. Can dolphins swim at birth? 5. Theodore Roosevelt.

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THIS WEEK'S MENU Will
People do not lack strength;
Christmas is something pretty
Christmas givers who want to
special, I'm sure' you'll agree, andas Clear Vegetable Broth be sure their gift.is well received they lack will.-Victor Hugo.

such deserves something pretty Lamb Shanks Lima Beans have been turning more and more

special in the way of food. To my Mashed Potatoes to cigarettes and smoking tobaccoas
notion the fruit cakes and plum pud- Grated Carrot-Pineapple Salad gifts most appreciated by any For ONLY lOt Now

din's are that special somethingwith are your chances for a smoker. Their welcome is always
Muffins WHAT
BeverageQueen's
far greater than the modest cost Less than
their handsome brown, fruity job? Excellent! All
Bread Pudding involved. Naturally, Camels, as
richness and delectable flavors. sorts of free agencies have been America's favorite cigarette, and

The charm of both these kinds of set up to train and place workersfor I Prince Albert, the world's largest- a 1rEllo. siw

delicacies lies in their ripened, Light Fruit Cake. defense jobs. The labor short- selling pipe tobacco, ''head the

mellowed flavors (Makes 3% to 4 pounds) age is acute in skilled and semi- smoker's gift list. Camels have
which comes only skilled occupations for machine- two gift packages-the carton of
m with proper aging 1V4 pounds mixed crystallizedfruits shop, aircraft, shipbuilding and ten packages of "20's" specially
< when the spices, (cherries, pineapple, etc.) general metal work. wrapped, and a gay package con-
: fruits nuts and A pound mixed lemon, orange, taining four. "flat fifties." Prince a dose
As for with
jobs good future
a Use directed label
citron peels Albert is featured in the pound u on
butter blend into i/ pound blanched, chopped al- you may be interested in the earn- tin and the pound glass humidor,
themselves' monds while-you-learn courses for mer- both handsomely Christmas Div HltCHjCDtKSLAXAIIVE I
mysterious good- chant'marine officers.'
packed.Adv.mileQu .
18 maraschino cherries
z; the IPOWDERMisled
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fruit cakes and % cup diced preserved ginger.
2 cups flour .
in ad-
puddings
vance and give them a chance to 1 teaspoon baking powder by Reason
oftener than
% salt Reason misleads us
teaspoon
acquire their best in flavor. hil
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1 cup margarine natures-V auvena gues.
While you're about the big business 1 cup sugar
" of fruit cake bake
making a 8 egg whites
several small'cakes in small glassor 1 tablespoon lemon juice- FOR WOMEN

pottery dishes to give as gifts. Cut fruits and peels in thin slices.
Gaily decorated with sprigs of holly Mix cherries and ginger with 1 Slowed Up The Source
and mistletoe and holiday ribbons ,11 cup flour and toss "How old are you?" Native-That fellow Hewitt hasa ONLY
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they make a perfect gift. t- lightly. Cream "Just passed twenty-seven. big net income.'

Dark Fruit Cake. margarine with ,"What detained you?" Visitor-What.is his business?
Native-Catching fish. If you suffer from monthly cramps.headachebackachenenousn ,
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(Yields 10 to 12 pounds) 'i 2 cup sugar. Sift
12 together flour Some girls rather like the -- and distress of "irregularities"caused -
eggs silent Him by functional monthly disturbances -
strong, man especially Telling:
4 sifted flour baking powderand -try LydIa PlnJtham'sVegetable
2 cups butter / salt and beat when his money does the talking. "Nothing but the law makes me keep Compound-famous for
cups II my hands off you." .relieving pain and nervous feelingsof
into batter. Add
1( Rti' .
brown
1 pound sugar Conceited? "Nothing but the law makes you keep women's "difficult days.
floured fruits and Taken regularlyLyd1a.P1nkham'sCompound
i 2'pounds raisins "
"What are you thinking about?" your hands off a lot of things. helps build up resistance
2 pounds currants nuts and mix thoroughly. Add lem- against such annoying symptoms.
-.' :' 1 pound pecans on juice to egg whites and beat "Nothing. Blessing in Disguise Follow label directions. WOBTH

:. :', 1 pound citron until stiff. Add remaining sugar, and "Oh", thinking about yourself as Nowthen see where the defense TRYING!
":1: almonds beat until smooth. Fold into batter. usual.
: pound / tax bill puts a new tax, on
'. ; '. 1 teaspoon each, nutmeg, cinnamon Turn into greased tube pans lined rouge. Our Imagination .
.(..J, .: mace with waxed paper and bake in a Afterall-Well is the of the
Cigarettes and smoking tobacco it ought to keep Sentiment poetry
.r \/ lemon juice slow (325 degree) oven for 3 hours.
cup LaMartine.
have moved rapidly to the fore- more people out of the red. imagination.-
" -" '4 cup canned peach juice To my mind there's nothing quiteso front as ideal Christmas gifts with

, :.( ;', 6-ounce glass jelly (blackberry, festive as the plum pudding Camels as America's favorite cigarette Even kisses are divided into two
I :" currant or grape) brought flaming to the table, and and Prince Albert Smoking classes-the drys and the wets.
':I" lk cup cream served with a rich sauce. Tobacco, the world's largestselling eooo f
I",. ... smoking tobacco, well to the --- oeuostoers
Plum
I" .: Wash and dry raisins ,and cur- Pudding. fore.. The beauty of these gifts for The Young Idea
,,:. rants. Blanch almonds, drain and (Makes 3% pounds) smokers lies in the fact that their There's more than meets the eye in truce soma t'"'

I : :'.,", cut with pecans into quarters. Cut 1 cup suet cost is modest and their welcome this story of a youngster who, having
:'A;."" citron into thin slices. Place fruit 1 cup molasses always assured. Local dealers learned to read during the last year, is St 0
! 7: .:. .- in large mixing bowl. Sift flour, 2 cups bread crumbs have been featuring Camels in the now keenly interested in the. newspaper kok4is= '
' ,... :; ', measure and sift with 'spices and 3 eggs, unbeaten carton of ten packs of "20's" anda headlines.
: ',";, mix with fruits until well-coated. 1 cup raisins special gift of four "flat fifties." "Mummy" he asked, "did they have
. 1 cup currants Prince Albert is available in the newspapers before the war?"
i :;<.' Cream butter and sugar, add beaten "
humidor specially wrapped for dear
1 flour 0f course,
l,: '. eggs and jelly. Stir in flour and cup Christmas giving.-Adv. "With what in?" RHEUMATISM LUMBAGO
I{:: ;; fruit alternately with fruit juice first, 1 teaspoon each, cinnamon, nut-
:r{<''a.. i r then cream. meg, cloves
,;:,;.,. 1 tablespoon flavoring
Line pans with heavy waxed pa-
1 milk
. ..' ,.; per and butter slightly. Fill pans 1 cup teaspoon soda
;" ..>>' almost to the top. Bake small loaf
Mix well the suet and molasses.Add .
.: : ,<. < cakes 3 to 3% hours at 275 degrees.
bread crumbs and mix in
Bake loaf cakes 4 to 4 eggs
:. large % hours
one at a time. Add raisins and
, at 250 degrees. Cool.
. : currants mixed'with the flour and
::: :.". .,.'} Cool cakes on a rack. When cool, spices, then flavoring. Mix in milk EVERY TIME. THEY'RE EXTRA
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:,:" wrap in heavy waxed paper and and soda dissolved in 1 cup boiling
i: '. store tightly. water. Grease mold, put in pud- MILD AND THEY'VE GOT THE

I ding % full and seal tight. Place in FLAVOR THAT ALWAYS HITS
kettle of boiling water on a trivetor
I" LYNN SAYS: a rack'' and, have the water come THE SPOT"
I I half way around the mold. Steam

Christmas wouldn't be Christ- for three hours. Serve hot. ., *
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things like fruit cake and plum to the turkey so make it good. For p THE SMOKE OF SLOWER-BVRNINC CAMELS CONTAINS

puddin' on hand. But since these steamed puddings .

take lots of time to make, planto a hard sauce flavored 2B% LESS NICOTINE

be in the process of making with whatever t j Jt

them for several days so one day you desire .',. \. '
won't tire you out. is excellent. If
Fruits and nuts can be cut and you'd like a hot, selling cigarettes tested-less than any of

ia chopped several days in advance golden-hued sauce, meltingly deli. '" '' them-according to independent scientific

since they usually involve consid- cious here's one that's tops: ,1 SAYS ARMY TANK TESTER '. ?: tests of the smoke itself!
erable time. Plum Pudding Sauce.

When putting the batter in the Vi cup butter .

pans be sure that the cornersare 1 .cup powdered sugar c
well filled with batter so 2 tablespoons cider or

you'll get a nice looking cake or 1 tablespoon other flavoring ,

pudding.Store the cake or pudding in a 2%eggs cup rich milk ",414.1:1 THE CIGARETTE rx

cool dry place. Have it tightly Cream butter and powdered sug- COSTLIER
covered preferably in a tin con- ar. Add cider or flavoring, then OF

tainer. Sound apples may be keptin well-beaten egg yolks. When well 4' r4r ... TOBACCOS
the container itself to keep mixed, stir in milk. Cook double aa rr ,

cake or pudding moist, but must boiler until thick as custard, then
be replaced if they become decayed gradually pour in beaten egg whites,
or shriveled. beating constantly. /I
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The Clewiston News I Tuesday and the picture "Conflictsto preliminary work required by the derly, disciplined population under
C1joot r elt15 Nature", was shown. Miss State Road Department on Bridge fire has increased in like proportion -
Humble is also showing us chartsof and Main streets before the
workof The State Defense Council is
Published every Friday in Clewlston, THE STAFF the body.' paving gets under way, De- no alarmist but recalls vividly an
by the CLEWISTONNEWS., We are now practicing the cember
Inc.Florida Elizabeth Wlnn ...J............ Humor Christmas Play in which the entire the job. 15, or provide labor for Orson Wells invasion from Mars
Mauryne Prewltt ...... Chief Reporter school is several years ago that caused hun-
represented.
Jeanne O'Neill -...__..._ Society Our News The county board agreed to pa'ythe dreds of radio listeners to flee
KEATHM3Y DO""IJF.Editor' reporter is ill. 'He
: .Tuanita Burkett ____......_.... Faculty has not reported from the Thanksgiving city the sum of $200 as soon their homes in aimless panic. The
Dorothy Knight: ...__.....:_ Sketches do as funds are available,- anticipatedthe thought, of an entirely possible raid
holidays. We he
second class mall matter hope last of the month. 1!
Heinkels
Entered as of a few real does
I, 1927, at the Pest Office in Barnard Leiter and will be' back before Christmas Clerk very
"'CleViston; Florida, under the Act of, Kemper: Bond _..._......_ Sport i vacation starts. Which remindsme of the William T. Hull, secretary;' give food for serious thought about
Iarch 3, 1897.Subscription Marianne Jones ...._...__....__ Club vacation December 19 board read a letter from' adequate civilian protection.
........._ starts R. J. Waterston, jr., of Tallahassee, )' glance
Jimmy Paul ...._ Reporter after school lets out. A at the map of slender
general auditor
Kate $:2-00 Per Year Gloria McDtiffie _"__"''''' Specialties of the State Road Florida shows more than 1,200
Department 'which stated that the
Advertising Kate On Application. Class Reporters EIGHTH GRADE NEWS surplus due j.. miles 'of virtually unprotected
Hendry county
on
Betty McDuffic, Philip :McLt-od, We have a new member in our tax funds over and above what gas is'''i coastline. It 'shows too, that the
Gloria McDuffie, Beulah Guthrie. class-Arthur Golff. He formerly hearthside of no Florida home is
'Devoted to the advancement and wel- necessary to pay on bonds and interest '
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. went to school in Punta Gorda. is $45,152.55. Eighty per more than 85 miles from a seacoast -<
-a mere 20 minute ride in a
cent of this amount to the
During the last three months of SIXTH GRADE GARDEN CLUB goes modern bomber.It .
SRD for
road expenditures in this
MEMBER school, we students have been NEWS county and 20 per cent, $9,030.51, i' takes time or organize all the
.- :--.'? FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIAIKMRAMBLlhGb; \l\ wondering the cause of our de-, We are going to try to makean to the county. He said $6,158.84of I complex business of full dress civilian -
7 NATIo.mhDrroRL\LASSQClAI10N portment grades. Every student American Flag out of red, white the total \ would be available I defense and we must be farsighted
1941 should know that the teachers are and blue fllowers. There will be January 1, of which Hendry county I -for we prepare today for
going to give him only ,the grade seven red strips, six white strips should receive $1,231.76. I the tomorrow which may come six
which he deserves.In and a mass of blue with white months, a
some year or even two
'0:N:N.N:N.N:N:N:N.N:N: .H.N.N:N:.1:N:":M:N'N. :N.N:H.N: the following months lets try flowers for stars. from today.Complete. years

to take our school work more The fifth grade played football FLORIDA'S COASTLINEWith organization of civilian

seriously and not make such a against,, the sixth grade Tuesday. protection programs is our best in-

,.;..:..:..:..:.:+:t(..;..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. this"joke Is of about it"Try the to only realize time that in Doris Sixth Strickland grade and cheerleaders Carline Berner.were very', definite a shooting reality the naval odds war that a peded surance by against fright a into population inactivityitcosts stam-

We were a trifle annoyed at the which we have to get a high school The game was free. The score Florida may get a sample of 'so- only time and is well worth

:State Highway Patrolman who education.Lets was 6-0 in favor of the sixth grade. called nuisance raids have increased the effort.-Florida Civilian De-
stopped us enroute home from help ourselves as well as greatly and the need for an or- fense News.

liami :Saturday night. We were our teachers by a little "reform FIFTH GRADE GARDEN CLUB
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driving serenely along with dimmers ing" on our part. NEWSThe I

;,k-. on watching for some of those I Fifth Grade Garden Club
"wild animals that are said to in- GOSSIPMARILYN gave a weiner roast at the Boy

'fest 'that road (total score, two DAVIS Scout camp Wednesday night.

'possums-what's happened to our Tsk Tsk; Poor little (certain) After eating we played games. All NOTICE !
wild life?) when an approaching Freshmen girls", broken heartedas had a good time. Mrs., Arey and

'car flashed a spotlight directly in they: can be. Do you supposethe Mrs.' Vaughn came with us.
our face. 'Too ignorant to recognize reason is that "That Certain
the patrolman's car in the dark, Fellow" has gone to Canada? TIGERS DEFEATED 5G-2 BY
'we were annoyed at what we con- MOORE HAVEN
(English, maybe) (more chance
sidered some young upstart. A few BARNARD LEITER
for the lonesome boys). v A r'' h GJ
'minutes later a screaming siren Our special committee is plan-. Even though the Tigers receivedan
behind us disclosed the patrolman.He ning a party for Christmas. All unmerciful beating in the last
had thought we refused to the plans are not complete. So game of the' season, the game

'dim. We politely explained that boys, get on the "goodside" of proved to be very exciting and r'A
we were driving with dimmers, on; your best girl-friend. colorful with the Clewiston, High
he was convinced and politely askedus School band members in their new

to flash lights in the future so SIXTH 'GRADE NEWS blue and gold uniforms and the r r
the approaching driver would see cheer leaders in their "uniforms". h 7
DORIS STRICKLAND
"our lights were already dimmed: It The Tiger line-up: c, Hooker;
was all very polite and we didn't We have a new girl in our class. re, Waldron; le, Pape; rh, Cant-
mind stopping. But someone should Her name is Louise Goff and she rell rv
captain; Ih,. Martinez; fb, I N
call their attention to the dangerous hails from Punta Gorda. Perry. ..

practice of flashing spotlightsin We started yesterday making I The Tigers' basketball squad is
a driver's face. It gives one a :Christmas decorations. We will expected to be organized within

'momentary blindness, and a high- finish Thursday. the next week. 'A large number of
'way patrolman should be the first boys: are expected to come out for < Y
to recognize that fact. The flash- SEVENTH GRADE NEWS the sport.ICounty. 4' ,4

Ing could be done '"as effectively The Seventh Grade is ,making a : "i ,

-on the road as in one's face. "Be- Christmas scene. On a table we
( Board To
I sides, the next driver might be will have several houses, Santa t

: :ignorant, too.! Claus, and a .snow man, and many
":_. \'. s .Y ( Make Xmas Donation < V } f }
*' other things connected with r

Are some of the school children Christmas.The .
e "really: saving waste newspapers Junior Science Club met (Hendry County' News) '. :

for re-sale? If so, they should The county commissioners voted
'contact the newspaper office. We IA large group of'' friends and resi- Tuesday morning to play Santa
'have a pretty good supply each dents gathered at the station to Claus to the children of Hendry

week, what with taking threeI see them off. The cadets sang county by: contributing funds for

I I dailies 'and a whole 'flock of week: their ,original song as a farewell, community: Christmas trees.
; ly exchanges. The garbage man and there was not a 'dry eye nora Mrs. Harry W.. Phillips, presidentof
J.. ,,would be glad to have'someone light heart among' those watch- the local P-T-A, who appeared
:lift that much of his load. ing. The war, which has pretty before the board in behalf of the
1 well stayed miles away, hoveredover project will receive a check for

1 Headline' in a Vero Beach newspaper us. Although the boys were $75 'to cover the LaBelle and

I I : "Go Ahead-Build NowMa- anxious to get back to Englandand Denaud district, Mrs. H o ni e r

I ,terial Is Available For New do the job for which they have Taylor, president of, the Felda
: Somes".. What has Vero Beach spent several months training, they P-T-A will 'be alloted $40 for the
':got that we haven't got? were a bit heavy-hearted: at the Felda tree while $50 will be given
.! :, seriousness of their future and the for a tree at Clewiston, the check

i i' Wednesday we bade farewell to responsibility which is now theirs.To "made payable .to G. Small, who has
f our first group of cadets. Thirty- them we were, silently saying: been designated for the job there.

seven British lads who completed It's your turn now When our I Two 'city commissioners, Clerk W. { !
I' P. Andrews and 1 l {.:rv
Treasurer Robert :
; 'their flying course and are now turn comes, never fear. We'll be I I
;' sergeants in the Royal Air Force. there. Ketiing appeared before the boardto II
t I I I I ask that the county board pay I
the city >part of an indebtednessof I

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.II. II that the city board may have funds

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: i CLEWISTON !I j Thanksgiving Party


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l Ht :I.:: U. S. Engineer employeesand } ati1.,,:rn):+.:v.:.}:k::.

I : COURSE Iv members of their families enjoyed ti' :k<. : 'f.io: .,}},};{'}:w'r,.l, :,:.,'. 9"
J a dance and party on Thanks-
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giving Eve at the Community

:;' 1 .;. Center. Dancing was enjoyed untila 4( aBUtOvA

'.:. .. :: late hour and light refreshmentswere ''
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:;: Attending were: Mr. and Mrs.

: : Wm. Read and'Wm. Read, Jr.,

: :' .:. Miss Elizabeth Read, :Mr. and Mrs. 9 Y
.. Clarence Bailey, Miss Laura
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Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Bryant,
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Miller, Mr. and

1'1'I ilpen[ to the Public j Mrs.R. N.John Childress E.. Baker, Mr., Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs C. : '

D. Beatty, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. '

yt Dickson, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Beery, Y
Mr. and Mis. W. F. Nail, Mr. and srjUIdVA
Mrs. Gordon Bembry, Mr. and Mrs. .K
Harry Sallinger, Mr. and Mrs.
'i I Judson V. Francis, Mr. and Mrs. o to

f I' Wm. A. Bradnack, Mrs. Ruth M.

Wilsox, Miss Mary Markette, Miss ,y .';{,,, ry'; *
.y. t Shirley Hunter, Hurd Lee Reeves, v
i. Jr., L. C. Russell, Hubert Land of
: Moderate Green Fees
E: Clewiston; Donald' Hansen, Miss 'Seicoi rg 3Cozidaa Wet C czdG : -

;r Exceptional Fairways !:=!: Betty Hansen and 'W. A. Townesof
t Stuart; Mr. and Mrs. Fred A.

:i Interesting Greens- II:1: Flanders Mr. and, Mr.Mrs.and Wm.Mrs. Hedick W. C. Nail and, itg& Co.

..,1 I 1 ... Mr. and Mrs. Everett' Casper of
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Moore Haven; Mr. a nd"'Mrs. Buford '
1115 First 'Street Fort Myers Fla.
I Surrency, Miss Bessie Stevens and ,

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DECEMBER 5, 1941_ THE CLEWISTON :NEWS PAGE FIVB


,LEGAL 'NOTICES by noticed that this cause, as above ed was in the name of Unknown, 1941.
entitled, has been instituted in the Chas. Haefeker, J. N. Rosboroughand (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL, 4c1cIccHcILHccIcIc5 '
above styled court for the purpose of Son W. B. Knight D. U. Clerk Circuit Court Hendry I II
foreclosing tax liens on the follow- Fletcher, E. A. Gerth, Peter Tonne- County, Florida. I
ing parcels and lots of land situatein Her II. B. Rowe, Geo. M. Hendry 4t. Dec. 5-12-19-26, 1941 I
NOTICE OP INTENTION TO Hendry County, to-wit; Leroy Lamereaux J. 1\[. Magill W.
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME N\VIS and W, of NETS and F. Daniel. Unless said certificates I,
W% of SE}.'. of Section 5; W'of shall be redeemed according to law I
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: SWU and W% of NWli and E% the: property described therein will NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
Notice Is hereby given that the of NE'/t of SW& and SEtf of be sold to the highest bidder at the REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
undersigned, under the provisions of SE% of Section 9; All Section court house door on the first Mon- TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I
Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts 10; All SectlonlS; All Section 17; day in the month of January, 1942
of 1941 will register with the Clerkof SEU of NETS and N\VV of SEi I which Is the 5th day of January, Notice H hereby given that the
the Circuit Court, in and for of Section 21; W% and SEIof 1942. undersigned, under the provisions of
Hendry County, Florida upon receiptof Section 29: W% of NWU and Dated this 1st day of December Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, .ucLe'
proof of publication of this notice, NETS of SE% and E/S of NWi I 1911. Acts of 1941, will register with the
:the fictitious name, to-wit: of Section 33, all in Township (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL Clerk of the Circuit Court, In and .
CLEWISTONINN BEAUTY SHOP 46 South Range 34 East. i Clerk Circuit Court Hendry for Hendry County, Florida upon IRa I
under which I am engaged In business You, and each; and all of you and i County Florida. receipt of proof of publication of
at Clewlston. all parties claiming an interest therein 4t. Dec. 5-12-19-26, 1941. this notice, the fictitious name to- I
!
That the party interested In said are further notified and requiredto wit: Neighborhood Grocery and Hol-
,business is as follows: file with the Clerk of said Court I land Inn, under which I am engagedin
LUCILE DOWNS your written appearance (personally NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR; business at Clewlston. That the I
City of Clewlston, County Hendry, or by attorney), in said suit on TAX DEED party Interested in said business Is
Florida November 18 1941. Monday the 5th day of January, (Senate Hill No. 103) as follows:
No. 291. Nov. 2128Dec. 5-12. IA. D. 1942 and thereafter file with NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, thatR. DELLA TOBIAS. QJM,4
said Clerk your written defense, If N. Miller holder of Tax Certificates City of Clewiston, County Hendry,
II any, to the bill of complaint In said listed below, has filed same Florida[ December 6, 1941. I
suit at the time prescribed by law in my office, and has made applIca- No. 293 4t. Dec. 7-14-21-28, 1941.
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COURT TWELFTH
IX THE CIRCUIT or a decree will be entered againstyou tion for a tax deed to be Issued FREE. Send for NEW booklet, containing I
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF HENDRY FOLRI- J and each and all of you by thereon. Said certificates embracethe dozens of bright ideas to Im
DA IX A.: D.FOil. I default. following described property In prove your baking Address: Rumford
COUXTV. It is further ordered that this the County of Hendry, State of Florida IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? Baking Powder, Box T, Rumford, R.I.
I order of publication be published in to-wit:
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the Clewiston News, a newspaper of No. 47, of July 3, 1939; N% of
GEORGE IN W.CHANCERY.WHITEHURST.Complainant general circulation In Hendry County, SWIS of NW& Section 20, Township INNNNN.. . ...NNN.NNN.. .. . ...........N.NNNNNLN. ..:..:...:.....................................N..N.N..ti.Nti. .NNNNNNNN. . ..N) '
Florida, each week for
during
once I 43 S, Range 28 E.
vsMARY)- four consecutive weeks preceeding No. '48, of July 3, 1939; S\6 of ?'..
: LEE CARROLL et al., January 5, 1942. NW% of Nwli Section 21, Town- y ,
Defendants. WITNESS my hand and seal of ship 43 S, Range 28 E. Y I
office at LaBelle, Florida, this 4th No. 75, of July 7, 1930; Gov.
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONTHE day of December, A. D. 1941. Lots 3 & 4 Section 3, Township O
STATE OF FLORIDA: (Seal) WILLIAM,, T HULL, 43 S, Range 29 E. ,
To the defendants herein: Mary Lee Clerk Circuit Court Hendry No. 96, of September 3, 1928; .
,Carroll, c/o Brune, Parker Carey &: County Florida. Beginning 528 ft. N of SE Cor f
Gans, Baltimore, Maryland and 5t. Dec. 5-12-19-26 Jan. 2, 1942. Lot 32, 'W 528 ft., north to river, :::
Carroll, her husband. and the unknown NE'ly along river to point N of ::
spouse of said Mary Lee XOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE beginning S to beginning Sec- I
Carroll; Mrs. Frances Korns. Spirit APPLICATION FOR FINAL tion 7, Township 43 S. Range 29
Lake, Iowa and -all parties claiming DISCHARGEIN
Interests by through. under or E.No.. 211, of August '1, 1927; .f.
against[ F. R. Korns, deceased; Lots 1 to 64 Blocks 66 & 67 Belle 7 n '.f.
Florence Lester Lemper, 2546 Broadway THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Gardens.No. .:. 1 I \L.\ '.
Dubuque, Iowa,- and -Lemper JUDGE, HENDRY COUNTY STATEOF -212, ,of August '1, 1927; 'Lots i' .. .
her husband, and the unknown spouseof FLORIDA.In 65 to 80 Blocks 66 to 67 Belle UNDERWEAR DOts ,
said Florence Lester Lemper; re the Estate of Gardens. ::: NOT KEEP THE WEARER ?
Jennie L. Sorber, Wllkinsburg, Pennsylvania JAMES W. SCOTT, No. 203, of September 7, 1931; :;: WARMER THAN WHITE :
and all parties claiming
Deceased. Blocks 68, 69 Goodno's Additionto :
interests by, through, under, or In Probate.TO LaBelle. .:. .- FLANNEL
I against M. P. Sorber. deceased; AlBert ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: No. 241, of September 5, 1932; 1
F. Regal. Taconite, Minnesota, Notice Is hereby given that ElbertL. Lots 6, 7, 8 Favors Sd., Section
and Regal, his wife, and the Stewart has filed his final reportas 17, Township 43, Range 29. '
rtrirr ro
unknown spouse of the said AlbertF. Administrator c, t. a. of the No. 242, of September 5, 1932; Pvr oh Yo R w .
Regal; Sopia' Becker Chicago, estate of James W. Scott," deceased; Lots 10, 11 Favors Sd., Section 'i'. Ate Ftfwr+0.5 ,j 'I
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Illinois, and Becker, her hus- that he filed his petition for final 17, Township .43, Range 29. '. >> .
band, and the unknown spouse of discharge, and that he will apply to No. 276, of July 7, 1930; Lots Y :
the said Sopia Becker; Euphemia A. theHonorable R. M. Harris County 25 '26 Favors Sd.,_ Section 17, Y
Wheeler, Battle Creek, Michigan, and Judge of Hendry County, Florida, on Township '43, Range 29. Y "
Wheeler, her husband and the the 5th day of January' 1942, for No. 248, of September 5, 1932; :s: ,.. (Explanation on Page Ten) :.i4:
unknown spouse of the said :Euphemia approval of same and for final dis- Lots 58 to 60 Favors Sd., Section ? ,.
.A. Wheeler; Elvira Princess Avery charge as Administrator[ c.' t. a.of 17, Township 43, Range 29. :: '.- :c :!:
Galesburg, Illinois, and '----: Avery the estate of James "W. Scott, deceased No. 224 of September 5, 1932; .:. .
her husband, and the unknown spouseof on this 5th day of De- N% ,of N% of SETS of NW& Sec- 'i.
the said Elvira Princess Avery; cember, 1941. tion 17, Township 43, Range 29, :: I r t p
Frances McQuillen, 7305 Vinceinnes ELBERT L. STEWART also known as Lot 10 W. T. Wil- i :
Avenue; Chicago, Illinois, and ,Administrator c. t. a. of liams Sd. .:. i'
McQuillen, his wife, and the unknown the estate of Janves W. No. 234, of September 5, 1932; ::: Put your home in good repair. Insulation '.l
spouse of the said Francis Scott Deceased. Lots '11, 21, 22 Block 4 Luckey :::
:McQuillen; Otto A. Patzwald, whose 4t. Dec. 5-12-19-26, 1941. Sd. '
place of residence Is unknown, and No. 406 of September 3, 1928; storm sash and 'doors, a good roof..
Patzwald, his wife, and the unknown S% of N% of SW of ::
NOTICE OF APPLICATION' FOR % NW%
spouse of the said Otto A. TAX DEED Section 17, Township 43, Range 29. ;;: all keep the house warmly comfortX:

against interests Patzwald, Otto by and, through A.all parties Patzwald, under claiming; Cora or I (Senate Bill No. 103) N Section%No. of 407 17 S&, of Township of September SWU[ 43 of 3, NW 1928!; :_: able and help you cut down on fuel' bills. ,:3 i:.

French Williams and D. H. Williams 1---1. Range A modernization
her husband,' whose place of : 29.No.. 229 of September 2, 1929 ;; loan, repayable in small *
residence is unknown and all parties Improvement District Tax Certificates Slh' of S% ; _
SE& of NE% Sec- ::
claiming interests by, through, under I listed below, has filed same in my tion 17, Township 43, Range 29. monthly amounts, will enable you to re- :
or against the said Cora French office and has made ,
Williams application for No. 223, of
September
5, 1932
and D. H. 1VilliamsJ.; M. ,I a tax deed to be Issued thereon. Lot 8 or W% of W of NWft of; ::: model and repair NOW! ;*
Anderson and Ola Anderson his wife Said certificates /
embrace the following NWK Section 17, Township 43,
Honolulu T. H.; Marie A.' Johnson, [ described property in the County Range 29. _.
whose place of residence is unknown, of Hendry, State of Florida, to- The assessment of the said
and Johnson her husband and wit: ." prop-
; erty under the said certificates issu-
the unknown spouse of the said No. 78, of September 7, 1931; ed was in the names of Unknown
:Marie A. Johnson; The Florida Lots 1, 2, 3 (Assessors Plat) Sec- J. J. Peadro, J. A. Tomhagen, F. B.,
State Drainage Land Company,' a 'corporation tion 32 Township 43, Range. 29;., Favor, Ollie Kirtland, J. N. Ros- .:.
J' and The Florida-Ever- Formerly Glades County.No. borough & Son, R. G. Thomas, Joe I
glades Land Company, corporation, 75, of September 7, 1931; Carson McKahan & Thomas. Unless
each of said corporations having been Tract 5 (Assessors Plat) Section said certificates- shall be redeemed ii3
organized under the laws of the 32, Township 42, Range 29; according to law the property described Yy
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State of Colorado and -
dissolved under Formerly Glades County. ,therein will be
sold
to the
the laws of said State, and all unknown No.: 6, August 2, 1926; NEi/i of highest bidder at the courthouse door
persons, or parties, claiming NE_% Section 5, Township 43 S, on the first Monday In the month of ..
through, or under, or from said cor- -Range 28 E.- January, 1942, which Is the 5th
porations; The Scott Estate Company No. 25, of September 5, '1932; of January, 1942. day I

Kansas, a City limited, Missouri, liability, the Company status of of .5 E3/4> Township of NWU.43, of Range NETS 28. Section Dated this 1st day of December I .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:N:N:.

which, after diligent search and inQuirY No. 78, of September 5, 1928; ..

interested, is unknown in such, and organization to all persons, and I W Township Is of SE 43.% of Range NETS 28.Section 5, t:1-i"-i.: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :..:..:. : : : :..: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :..
all unknown persons, No. 22, of 7 :0: . .N. .N.N. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
or i September 1936; .'.' ..
claiming through, or under partieS'1 I I SWU of NW% & NWyt of SW% .:..:.. .-. .'i'..:..
said Company.You I Section 6, Township 43, Range 28. .:.'i' .:..:.
and each of.you, and all No. 23, of September 7, 1936; .. ..
parties having; or claiming to have E% of SwlSection 7, Township I-.5.'Y' .:..3-
any right, title, or interest in the I 43, Range 28. .:..: .:....
lands hereinafter described are here- No.7, of August 2, 1926; W% .;..':' .;..J.x .
of SW1,4 Section 7, Township 43 : ENJOY AN xfi
S, Range 28 E.
No. 16, of August 2, 1926; +:i: : .: -.;.:::

J. M.000SFCounselor NWIS ship 43 of S,S'V'I Range Section 28 E. 16, Town- :::.;. / : -,;, ::::;:
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No. 102, of September 3, 1928; .:.... 396 by 330 ft. in SE Corner Sec- .i.'i' .;.R.,S;. : ....
and Attorney at Law tion 17, Township 43 S, Range ':..:' 'T:>' :. :;;-' ..' ... .:..:.

Hopkins Building 28 No.E. 25. of September 4, 1933 ; Jf'.: : i

Wednesdays and Saturdays NI/J of SE'/i of NEVi of SEi h i ", HOME .7 ;
: .. \
0:30 to 4:00 28 Section E.No. 17, Township 43 S, Range jJ ,.... '- <,'...:j,': ... :-' :.'" ,:,,:.

62 of September 7, 1936: :::;: ..-X. \. ::::;:
E1h of NETS & N% of' NE% of ',. "T-\-_ '. ., >, .:. :
o SETS Section 17, Township 43 .S, .H. AIV .-, .:.:::
Range 28 E. :
-- No. 39, of September 5, 1932; .

CLEWISTONTINNING & PLUMBING SHOP j Wy2 28 Section E.No.. of 18 SWU, Township& NEH 43 S of, Range SWi :':::: Electricity is the modern servant ; a servant that :;:::


Anything in Plumbing Fixtures S% .of 52 NEVi of September Section 18,7, Township 1931-; :;::: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :::;:

Prompt, Efficient Service No.43 53'of S, Range September 28 E. _7, 1931: :i:: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently : :!:

Gov. Lots 1, 2, 3 & NWi/i of SE;i .
Section 19, Township 43 S, Range '.:'" and II __
PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr. 2. :' ;. economic a y. .;...

No. 131, of August 1, 1927; E% IYY

of NW'/i E1 &Lot Beginning 2 ,and Ei center of SEi of'Sec of- :;::;: One Penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :i::!: --

tion, E 59 yards, to creek, SW'ly : :

Ehney & Foster \ river along to creek pt. S to of river beginning, "W along N to :::;: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate :;:::

PAINT CONTRACTORS beginning 43 S, Range, Section 28 E. 20, Township *_ *_ your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :;::;:


4 Sprayer For Floor Furniture Sanding Painting I Wy2l Township No.: of 40.[ SE 43*of S of September, Range N\V1,4 Section 28 5,E,1932 20,; :::: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. :::!:

No. 130, of August 1, 1927; W% y

Phone G9 Free EstimatesJohnson's of 43 Of S E NWtt,% Lot Section 2 and W 20%Township of SEif :!::: That is why it is so easy ''to have and enjoy a home .:!::

Range 28 E. .
_No. 129, of August 1, 1927 .+. : that is all electric and mo d ern. :_U': =
W%; of W% Lot 2, Section 20: ....
Township 43 S, Range 28 E. :
Fish CampNear No. 207 of September 2, 1929- Y...I .:..:.
Lot 10 Block 4, Luckey: Sd.
( Hurricane Gate) No. 308 of September 7, 1931 r
Gov. Lots 3, 4 Section -6, Township -
Clewiston, Fla. 43 S, Range 30 E. :: ;i
Boats and Motors-Guide ".Service'Rates No. 252 of September 2, 1929; ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV-

ReasonableW. N Se ction 3, Township144 S of, Range' Xf xx

H. Johnson, Mgr. 29 E. '" .;..;.
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erty, under'assessment the said of certificates the said prop-Issu"X"X -' ;:_;;:;:i;: ANT-USE IT EXTRA V AGANTL Y. :;::;:

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y At Alderman's Sandwich Shop :Y t.I Glades Power and Light :Co. .

; Bowling Alleys Open. Cash Prizes Each Week :':: ;

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)>\ SIX THE CLEWISTON :NEWS FRIDAY DECEMBER 5, 194':
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(.::..:..:.NN:N RUSSELL N.:M-:-: :..:-:..KAY N..:-:NNN Iati./-r:: : BAY DRUGS


:Civilian Defense officials are bemoaning .
: the fact that the public at
large: has assumed an attitude of
AIR CONDITIONED WALGREEN AGENCY
more or less indifference to the STORE---Fort Myers'IT'S

program designed to prepare us for
any emergency on the home front. BOTH FUN AND ECONOMICAL TO SHOP AT BAY DRUGS
True, "home guards" have been
organized in some communities;
harbor patrols are functioning at

other points; gasoline stations -
.. ..... ....
like :-z. :::: :
have been opening and closing .
elevator doors, according to the D jvf' ,( Powerful
bureaucratic bell .,
ringing of the ; I '
& CUMBIKT::
Boy Scouts have scampered about ; % ; '' /
collecting waste paper until their TANK .:
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enthusiasm waned; patriotic groups

,led aluminum drives; volunteers $129
took up positions on roof tops to

watch for enemy planes while L._
amateur radio operators manned a
volunteer communication system. PANDA, *r1

Such activities, as Important and

worthwhile as they: ,may be, occupy BEAR H
the attention, at best, of only a I
limited number of folks, and their $1 l \
.interest is hard to sustain over a 1
long period of time in the face of

inactivity: other than "beingready" '
Little Miss
I

Civic defense boards, councils and I SEWINGMACHINE 4

committees have been set, up and e <, r1

their operation placed in the hands .' r
of political favorites who draw nice j. Dolls SlZ9
salaries: and are charged with the
responsibility of 'stirring the public

emotions and encouraging the
average citizen to buckle on his DAISY AIR RIFLES
armor and sally forth with no com- $1.39Sweetums 1 A large and beautiful Bass

pensation other than that intangible .,Red Ryder $2.95
selection A doll DruirI
reward which attends the knowledge -
Daisy 500 Shot $1.95
that they "seen their duty DOLL SETDoll for and
every purse
and done it". Single Shot $1.50
From the viewpoint of an observer 89
clothes and bottle In 4Il person.

it would appear that like a lot ...,. ., ....
-of other efforts ,this civic defense .;__ farrylnq c. ae. Li; 1
program is suffering from a severe TRUCKS M

of =-and super-duper or-
case .over- Heavy pressed steel trucks-
ganization. Committees have been | *?
several types.L2 ..Y I CUMITRr I <
appointed on top of committeesand 1
councils on top of councils, Electric
$ ;. *_* + A
charged with the supervision of Trains v?
anything and everything; from the ,
herding of finger prints to the GILBERT CHEMISTRY SET
55.95 to $24.50
tabulation of tiddledewink experts: ; 27 pieces of chemicals and equipment

The cry of "wolf, wolf"" has been ... packed in wooden case.
""-: .:.: :!: "I-- :-t:. :!<., .. .":iliS
ringing throughout the land so 4- :W ;l' rC,: .A( .. .

long and so. loud and so consistently SZ ,98Others

; without the appearance of ,
any wolf, until the confused and lee CreaDlSpicy from $1.19 to $1.00
bewildered "average citizen" has COASTER'WAGON t

failed to hear it any more than he
hears the ticking of the clock on PumpkinA
his'' mantle or the drip of the leaky Heavy dressed steel construction Gilbert
new taste treat. -rubber tires
hydrant in the sink.
He has been warned, re-warned, Full Quart Microscope SetA "

threatened and admonished that his ,
gasoline was short, his paper was Carry Out2.a $3.49.i real Polaroid Jr.
J
scarce, his automobile becoming extinct 4 I lil
his Frigidaires limited, while Microscope slides '
his good wife has been led to believe ]I JUNIOR

that she could get no more' ;;IJJ3L DOCTOR KIT everything needed

silk stockings, would 'run short of
Everything the Junior
cooking utensils and wake up some
morning without even a hairpin.But FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Doctor needsS1c19 $ oc

Mr. America, in spite of it
.... .. .
all l, finds himself fighting off the ,o;:: :. '. -'- ..'
= "" "
automobile and Frigidaire sales-
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:>O-.uL: = '"'=
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men. The newspapers and maga- "":V':" 7..J"';. .:::;' ":::'::'::: "" 'jJ.' -J c- & l r:
zines continue to carry bigger and

better ads of new improved models "'' "
which he is urged to buThe; 7RCUN Electric

housewife; who failed to join the .,1;, ?
mad of \ ME' sce
throng frightened women dj, .
who mobbed counters
stocking
Y VA O A :::' .1
I
finds she can obtain a lot more hose v

than she can think of purchasingon CKE ,.':''. ,;II"i.?
:r
;
GENUINE HINDS- .....;. rd'X.
.0.
every store counter and at :...J .:<{ r
prices even less than some of her extra-creamy, extrasoftening
;alarmed sisters paid a month or -now on sale at Cooks a whole meal Complete ,

:=:so ago. Gasoline stations that extra-special price. with steam cooker and cord. Operates
were closed a few weeks ago now

stay open all night and some of RPM. 5 bottle n yf u on 3 amp. fuse. "f > 3
them are putting in more pumps. n

Another thing, "Mr. Average

- Citizen" finds it very, very hardto s5cA >
work himself into even a 7-
.
semblance of a lather on the ques- ."" .-,,-. II j ,..
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tion of defense, whether it be at J .. 0: I,; ;@':
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home or abroad, when he sees

Congress and the administrationmore r
or less unalarmed and unconcerned )"' '
over the fact that the \. '
national program is allowed to stop r. -
-
-any time some peanut labor official rA HEATPROOF GLASS
,
sees fit to raise his hand and call .s rcr'l'(1'lf',..... h '
.out a hundred thousand workers. 3 STAGE BIASTEKCRAFT Double Boiler

True, the President and Congress HEATING PAD I J "r' Crystal clear-easy to clean.
-have openly admitted that defense 1
'strikes are not helpful to the pro- by underwriters I

gram, but so far they haven't had j $2
the courage to do anything about 'Approved Cover
it. A bushy-browed: labor leader
practically tells the President to $2 93
: ...
"go to hell' in not even a nice way,
and gets away with it. Labor

leaders, thus encouraged, lick their
chops and call for another series' of TRUSSES |jl,
longer and larger strikes while ZIPPER BAGS
"Mr. and Mrs. Average Citizen"are Bar Drugs are completely
DEFENSELESS in spite of alII equipped to serve your Waterproof, washable, aero- ..
frame construction Insures
just don't make sense, and'unt trusses Abdominal sup

< l we get it Into our head that porters, orefcwtlo brace. I i E
"we are in the same boat, government 98c. S

labor, industry and layman rEXPERT FITTER IN CHARGE \. : :H.
alike, and all take turn at the oar
and pull together unselfishly and It

patriotically, we aren't going to get
very far. -


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1941 'r. S5 THE CLEWISTOX NEWS PAGE SEVEN
FRIDAY DECEMBER 5, _.... '_ "+


I Mrs. Daisy Yoder has returned 1 A. O. Buntlne and E. E. Reece, Bowden. Refreshments of, fruit CLEWISTOX COMMUNITY !

form a week's stay in Moore Haven Jr. of Atlanta, Joe B: Scott, Jr. juice and graham crackers were CHURCH j

with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Yoder.R. Jacksonville and W. B. Stewart of served. Each child was given a
r. Personals ] Miami are spending a few days in
Edward
surprise package, which when un- Bryant Landis
I Clewiston, enjoying bass fishing on
E. Kurtz of Fort Myers: is School
Lake Okeechobee. The men'are'ivrapped revealed candy and a toy. Sunday Charles W. Benson *
spending several days here on busi- Superintendent, 9:45 a. m. \
; Gulf Oil
officials of the Corpora- Games and songs were enjoyed
ness. tion. Morning worship, 11:00 a. m.
by the children. The kindergarteners -
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rainey were
Sermon topic CrisisGod"
: "Every
-
visitors, in Bradenton Sunday. Mrs. Blanche Turner'attended a included Gene Beery, Bernie
Bud Belland, editor of the FlyPaper .
meeting of the Florida' Associationof Thompson, Jimmy Knight, Franklyn
Embry-Ri and'Mrs.. John Elmore spent Cosmetologists in Palm Beach
:Mr.
Jones, Wayne King, John Perry
was a visitor in Clewiston Wednes- ly every Sunday; '
Wednesday in Miami. Monday. day. Mr. Belland, on tour of the I Sharon Crochet, Linda Lee, Dennis Manse, telephone '78. I

Riddle flying fields spent some time Childress, Howard Smith, Sammy I
Mrs. Carl Berner and Mrs. R. and Mrs. Malcolm Bed-
Captain
at Riddle Field here, going on to J
M. Hare, Jr., were visitors in' Fort' sole' of Key West were guests of Carlstrom and Dorr Fields, Ar- Griffin, Ronald Hare and Paul !

.Myers Wednesday. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle Wednes- cadia. He was accompanied by H. Bowden. Special guests were FOR SALE-16-foot Thompsonhull

day evening. M. Carruthers, Sr. of Miami, fatherof Jimmie Boyd of Camp Blanding, with 7x20 foot covered boat
J. H. Franklin of Miami Springswas slip in Clewiston. First
$100 cashor
"Buddie" Carruthers. local fly and Agnes, Ann and Philip Hackett.
business visitor here Thursday ( equivalent) it.
: a Mrs. William Johnson and daughter ing ,instructor. gets Locatednear

night. Gayle, of Canal Point, were Bill Johnson's Fish Camp
Clewiston visitors Tuesday after- LADIES AID HOLDS P. O. Box 6532 Clewiston.IS .
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Curry of Among the Clewiston residents MEETIXG YESTERDAY s
noon. the graduation dance at -
Grant, Florida, are business visitors attending

in Clewiston this week. i the Quarterdeck Club in Miami YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?,
I Mrs. Ruth Wilcox is leaving today were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Morders, The Ladies Aid Society of the

Mrs. Leah Spicer, Misses Roberta. for Columbia' and. Rock Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. 'Miller, Community Church '' met yesterday ,

Spicer and Florence Graham spent South Carolina, for a month's visit Mr. and Mrs. G. Willis Tyson, Miss afternoon at the community center

,yesterday in West Palm Beach. with her mother and sister. Margaret Tyson, Flight Commander with Mrs. W. H. Lanier, president,

K. Rampklin, S. L. George in charge. The- group welcomedDr. Lee Theatre ,

Bill Girerdeau spent the weekend Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, J. W. and Burdick and Capt. H. T. Rawlings. and Mrs.' E. B. Landis, who

with his parents in Winter Bruce 'Beardsley and Mrs. W. E. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston and agroup have been established in the manse FT. MYERS FLA

Park. Dilley were visitors in West Palm from Moore Haven, inelud- for the three months during whichDr. ,

Beach Monday.G. ing lrr.and Mrs. E. J. Bowyer, Landis is serving as ministerfor

Mrs. W. W. Sullivan and, Mrs.. Miss Frances Morgan, Miss Betty the Community Church. One Week Starting

J. F. McLure, Jr. of Sebring, were B. Thomas, who suffered a Brannan, ,Miss Hazel Humble, Mrs. The program was on a Christ- Saturday, Dec. 6

visitors in Clewiston Tuesday. wrenched back Saturday, was' takento J. W. Adkins, Misses Miriam and mas theme and was in charge ,of

Bay Pines Hospital for treat- Nahda Adkins and Rex Roberts :Mrs. R. W. Turk, who gave a

Charles B. Owens left Wednesday -, ment Tuesday.Mrs. also attended the dinner and dance. paper on the importance and signi-

for Camp Blanding where he ficance of gifts. The scripture read-

I reported for induction' in the army. N. V. S. Mumford returned BRIDGE CLUB ACTIVITIES ing was by Mrs. H. R. Hall and

Wednesday from a week's visit \0 the prayer by Dr. Landis. The

::\11'. and Mrs. W. W. '''Perry and with her daughter Miss Eleanor Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Dave Hymns used during the meetingwere

sons spent Sunday in Bradenton Mumford, in Chicago. Alston 'entertained members of her Christmas carols, and were -

visiting relatives. bridge club, awarding a packageof sung with Mrs. Landis accompanying 8 M ,
Mrs. William Lucca' of New on the piano. (
toilet water to Mis. J. W.
Mr.. and "Mr J. R. Lakin and York City, visited her son, John Ezelle as high 'score prize and a Mrs. F. E. Conkling: reported

Mrs. Atwill of Miami were visitorsin Lucca and family here Tuesday en pottery bowl to Mrs. R. .N. Smithas that the Mission Box will be sent

Clewiston Monday. route to Miami for a two' weeks'. cut prize.Pumpkin to the children's hospital in the I I ,

vacation.. Philippines this month.
pie, coffee, nuts and
I
Wm. B. Lester, Jr. of American Mrs. J. E Mrs. ..
candies were served to Mrs. Ezelle, Beardsley, J W.
Airlines, Inc., New York City, is Mr. and Mrs. W. T. JWheeless Ezelle and Mrs. H. R. Hall were ,a r ..N Oiw
Mrs. Smith, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, '
spending a few days: in Clewiston has as their guests their "daughter,
asked to make plans for the benefit
Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. Carl John-
this week. Mrs. James M. Boyd and her son,
to the
replace annual
supper oyster
son, Mrs. Keathley Bowden, Mrs.
Jimmy, of Rort Benning, Ga. and '
held each
supper February.
Leslie Miller and Mrs. G. B.
:Mr. and Mrs. H A. Garrison of Mrs, James A. Boyd of Leesburg.Mrs. .
Thomas.. Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. C. L. b
Atlanta have spent several days
Downs and Mrs. C. M. Jarvis were
here fishing this week. The Garrisons Florence A. 'Waldron of
hostesses and served sandwiches
were guests at the Inn. Hendersonille, N. C. arrived today Mrs. Leslie Miller, entertainedthe P
of a Christmas pattern, and drinksto
!
to spend several, weeks with her evening bridge club at her -,,
Mrs. W. 'H. Lanier, Dr. and Mrs.E. Z -
Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Leyman grand-daughter, Mrs. A. L. Hackett '[home Wednesday. High score '
I B. Landis, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, A NEW .....111 BROS. TRIUMPH
and Mr. and Mrs. Lee J. Heffron and Mr. Hackett. [prize for men was won by R. J.
( Mrs. Charles Bolton, Mrs. E. W. WALTER-BRENNAN JOAN{ LESLIE
!lID .
have gone to New York City fora Lee and for ladies by Mrs. Lee.
'Durst, Mrs. R. W. Turk Mrs. E.
,
''
ten-day vacation. Miss Jewel Marsh who spent'I
Mrs. Miller served tuna fish
R. Hall, Mrs F. E. Conkling,. Mrs. Features At
her
several weeks here visiting .
salad, cheese crackers and coffee
W. C. Owen, Mrs. G. H. Brown,
Miss Maxine Doty: of Avon Park parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. ,R. Marsh, 'to Mr. and Mrs. Lee, Mrs. Jimmy 11:30-2:00-4:30
Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. J. F. ;
spent the week-end in Clewiston left this week for D.elray'Beach !Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence, j
Morrison Mrs.
C. W.
Mrs.
i with her parents Mr. and Mrs. where she has fuller, 7:00 9:30:
accepted employment -
L. C. Miller and Dick' Hooks. -
f' .... .. .. I Foy Durrence and Mrs. W. E.
J.-H. Doty. t in a 'beatit'y'o'shop.'
Dilley.

Sam F. Burnett of St., Louis, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Englandand Mrs. M. E. VonMach was hostess

Missouri, was a business visitor Mrs.. William Lucaa of New also bridge'Wednesday'' club at her evening home to on her the I ......JKKKK..J..> here this week, stopping at the York City visited Mr. and Mrs. ? -
Clewiston Inn. John Lucaa this week. They: were ridge. A fresh fruit salad course

.-- enroute to Miami for a two weeks' with coffee was served by the hos- The Clewiston Cafe I IX
Ed Clark made application for vacation. tess' and her daughter, Margaret,

-enlistment in the air corps in Miami to the following. Mrs. G. H. Small, .;.

Monday, but was rejected becauseof Richard Gramere, Jr. left the first Mrs. S. L. Crochet, Mrs. 'P. M. McIntyre .{. NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT ..::..

color blindness.Mrs. of the week' for South Carolina to \ Mrs. Ruth Wilcox, Mrs. '?: $

bring his mother to Clewiston to, Ruth B. Owens, Mrs. W. E. Dilley .!;: South of Sugar Office Bldg. :>!*

W. H. Lanier, Mrs. 0. A. reside. Miss Hazel Prince accom:!and Mrs. Carl Berner. V t

Jones, 11iss.Lee. Pridgen and Miss panied him and is spending a short Mrs. VonMach was' winner of high | ;
CHICKEN DINNERS
Marianne Jones are spending today vacation in' the Carolinas.Mrs. score and Mrs. Wilcox of second _:|:

and, tomorrow in Miami. high. y V
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-' R. Y. Patterson and Mrs. I
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Cornette H. A. Bestor drove to West Palm JKIXDERGARTEX CELEBRATES :.;:. REGULAR "MEALS SHORT ORDERS *jl:

and Sue Cornette drove to Lakeland Beach Monday to take Mrs. AgnesH. : i|PAUL BOWDEX'S BIRTHDAY .;!. You'll' be pleased with our food, our service and our prices :X;

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Cornette who' returned to ''Florida Arnold. Mrs. Henriksen and Mrs Mrs. W. E. Dilley gave a birthday '!:' MR. AND MRS. A. TOULIS *h

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HAROLD LUNDQU1ST. D/D. Cauliflower perks up with a
INSTALLMENT FIVEIng Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof sprinkling of celery seed in a

THE STORY SO FAR: Larry Cutter him. Jacqueline had just lost her she accepted his proposal and they (Released by Western Chicago.Newspaper Union. white sauce, with paprika dashed
/ell in love with Jacqueline (Jack) An- life's savings by gambling In the stock signed a contract permitting her to con on liberally before serving.
thony, pretty public stenographer at the market, and her father had left her tinue her mode of living and to nullifythe .
Hotel Raynear. When she told him about only a month before when she refused marriage after six months. They set Prunes, stuffed with cottage
or
her 'longing for travel, he said she him additional money for work on his Saturday as their wedding day. Lesson for December 7 cream cheese and put in the
could realize her ambitions by marry- inventions. Stunned by this double blow Now continue with the story. refrigerator -
ti # 7 # Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se early in the day makea
file showed clear-cut the lected and copyrighted by International perfect salad ingredient for
beside conscious against
CHAPTER III standing Larry, Council, of Religious Education; used by dinner.
only of how huge he seemed. "Dearly dim glow shed by a cluster of wall permission. *

Cloudless skies ushered in Jacque- beloved ." She was being mar- lamps. It was a good profile, strong.He Mops, dustcloths and brushes

line Anthony's fateful Saturday. She ried. Managing responses in some was a man of whom any woman THE NATURE AND WORK OF give best results when

had slept little, but that unbearable fashion. Feeling the warm claspof might be proud, if,only THE CHURCH clean. See that such they'rekept
apprehension had subsided. The Larry's fingers .' A ring being Jacqueline Cutter's heart gave a ment is equip-
thoroughly washed rinsed
itself her The bride frightened little jump. She was as ,
spirit of adventure was making slipped over finger. and aired
felt. This was a real adventure tried to realize what it meant, the startled as if someone had spoken 4:LESSON 11.16. TEXT-Acts 2:41.47; Ephesians frequently.QUINTUPLETS.

one that few girls had undertaken. solemnity, "I pronounce that name in her ear. GOLDEN TEXT-Christ also loved the
Breakfast proved to be a distasteful you ." She was going to miss Larry church, and gave himself for It.-Ephesians
thought, but she made coffee A new fear pervading the dream. miss him. 5:25. .

while spending a little extra timein Sudden. Overwhelming. Would And, before she could turn away

arranging her shining hair be- Larry kiss her when the last' words' her face, he was looking, directly at The church, which is so much the I

fore the mirror. were spoken! her. Smiling. center of ,life for Christians is not relieve misery of

Almost eight! She must hurry, not He didn't! Just drew her to him "Like it?" he asked in a low as well understood as it should be.

keep Mr. Cutter waiting. Her forced with an instinctive move, then released voice. We have come to regard it as just CHEST COLDS

gaiety forsook her as she pausedfor her. And the bride was conscious I "Oh, yes Interesting." one organization among many com-

a last look about the room. She of an instant's resentment.It There was a picture, after all. peting for the attention and interestof

was saying good-by again. And was perilously akin to disappointment. Jacqueline tried to center her atten- men, when it is really a divine, liv- this good old reliable way

there was no one no one. tion on it. ing, organism established by Christas At the first sign of the Dionne Quin-

With a rising lump in her throat She could not know that her new When they prepared to leave, the His Body .and representing Him I tuplets throats catching cold-their chests and
are rubbed with Musterole-a
she made a swift little rush to the husband had put up the most gallant first thing she touched was that ring. in this world. Our lesson presents product made especially to promptly

mantelpiece and caught up a small fight of his life when he resistedthe She slipped it back on her finger. significant truth for both study and relieve distress of colds and resulting

framed photograph. temptation to claim that kiss. Larry might feel hurt and after teaching. The church is bronchial and croupy coughs.
The Quints have always had
"Good-by, Vince, she whispered. I all. expertcare
But he had promised to the
play
mother bo
I. A Fellowship of Believers (Acts so assured of using
.
"Wish luck.
me game. just about the BEST product made i
2:41-47)
Her wedding day! "Now what?" was Larry's vague After Larry and Jacqueline' had when you use Musterole. It's mart
Larry Cutter was waiting. On left The church is made up of those than ordinary "salve" Musterole
behind he seemed to
question, after he had seated himself Terryville helps break up local congestion!
time.Jacqueline' who are saved ( 47) those who
v.
,
recover his He had
in the car beside his wife. spirits. "spot- IN 3 STRENGTHS: Children's Mild
took a moment to peep "Home, I suppose." Jacqueline'svoice ted" a very good looking inn on the have received the Word by faith and Musterole. Also Regular and Extra
out of the window at him while she shared his uncertainty. way over. They would stop and witnessed a good confession of their Strength for grown-ups who prefer
made a final effort to regain her celebrate with a real meal if Jack faith in Christ (v. 41). This is a a stronger product. All,drugstores.
,
"Umm Seems
composure. There he was, lolling m. as thoughwe were willing; fact to be remembered in a time

comfortably in the deep seat of a might do something to celebrate "Not in any special rush to get when there is so much laxness in '

huge roadster with its top folded -- back are you?" receiving members into the church.It DIIwLiquid

back showing no sign of anxiety "Oh, no." is not a religious or social club.It .

whatever.She The roadside inn fulfilled Larry's is not a rallying place for those

opened the door and walked fondest hopes. Even Jacqueline discovered who wish to work for some eco-
Sand
down the few steps to the street. that she nomic, political, or social project. It
was hungry now, Silver sand is believed to be the
"Good Mr. Cutter." is not gathering of good people
morning, a
sitting at a. cozy table lighted by only dry matter:that behaves likea
"Oh ." shaded candles. who wish to share common inter
liquid. Any that sinksin
object ,
The exclamation died on Larry's _
Thereafter Larry became'the
,
per- ests.The water,. such as a bullet, will
lips as he looked up and saw the lit- ,fect host and entertainer to his church needs to cleanse its likewisesink'in this peculiar sand.
tle figure in brown coming to meet bride. rolls of all unbelievers, all hangerson -

him. His first glimpse of her in the Their waiter, a thin Negro with and get back to the purity which

daylight. How beautiful she was flashing white teeth, brought up the it had when only those were received -

little Jack. His little Jack! l memory of an incident in Egypt, a who were manifestly "add-

He scrambled out of his car with : trip up the Nile in a dahabeah witha ed" by the Lord (v. 47). '
but one desire in his heart to friend. F. E ElOtEUM JEtI(
Such folk have interests
snatch her up in his arms. To hold many
Jacqueline leaned forward to ask
which bind them together in fellow-
her close .
breathlessly "It wasn't Mr. Allan
ship, devotion, and service. The Worthy Tests
Instead he stood erect and "
very it
was ? What do for another is
early church was interested in sound we can ,
managed an almost formal bow." Larry's hearty laugh caused near doctrinal teaching (v. 42), an excel- the test of powers; what we can t

"How are you, Miss Anthony? by diners to regard him in mild sur- lent thing.. They had fellowship in suffer for is the, test ,of love.-
Then he assisted her into the car, prise.
prayer (v. 42)); we need that too. Bishop Westcott.
walked around the machine and "No. This "
seated himself behind the wheel. a is straight goods. They had gladness of heart (v. 46);
"I'm
"All set?" so" glad. Then you have do we not need a renewal of the
traveled?
"Yes." song of the Lord in our midst? DON'T LET
"Rather. On my dad's bounty at
The roadster rolled easily from first, spent most of my vacations They had such fervent love for CONSTIPATIONSLOW

the curb. While they were making going about. He was very generous. each other that they established a

moderate progress through traffic, After I was on my own, I was communal system of sharing with YOU UP

terse sentences from her driver en- more or less of a tramp never one another, something which God When bowels are sluggish and you feel
lightened her somewhat. had never commanded and which irritable, headachy and everything you
content to settle down and work for
do is an effort, do as millions do-chew '
They were going to a county seat things. I wanted to.make. a big apparently failed with them, for it FEEN-A-MINT, the modem chewinggum

in the adjoining state. Terryvillewas 111 kr=", strike, win a good pot." was later abandoned. But the pointis laxative. Simply chew FEEN-A-
its name. About eighty-five How like Vince that they really did love each oth- MINT before you go to bed-sleep with-
Jacqueline
miles, if the road map was fairly She was seeing: the Land of thought. Then she asked, "Has your er and thus showed their true dis- out thorough being disturbed-next relief, helping morning you feel gentle swell,

accurate. Heart's Desire almost throughher father been dead for some time?" cipleship (see lesson of last Sun- again, full of your'normal pep. Try
"Ever been there, Miss Anthony own eyes. "Thirteen Larry's mouthset day). FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy
years.
?" and,economical.generous family supplyENAMINT
in a sudden grim line. "Rather II. A Center of Christian Ministry costs only
"No I haven't Mr. Cutter." our wedding day. What do you say
if tough, too. Lost everything he had (Eph. 4:11)). F
"How about making it 'Larry' we go to a movie?
? and as a matter of fact he
After all .. His wide mouth relaxed "Why Of course!" Jacqueline killed himself." The church is God's chosen depository -

in a smile but the dark eyes caught at Larry's suggestionwith for spiritual gifts, among '
"Oh, please I'm Happiness at Home
watched the path ahead of the car. undisguised relief. sorry. them being the special ministries
"That's quite all right. I'll tell mentioned here. The Holy Spirit Happiness grows at our own fire-
"All right Larry. And my An hour or more in a darkened
name is Jacqueline." theater would give her a chance to you about it some day, if you care calls men as He chooses. Blessed I sides, and is not' to be ,picked in

"Not to me. You're 'Jack.' I hope reconcile herself to a situation to hear it. Not tonight." is the church which recognizes His stranger's gardens.-Douglas' Jer-

A. you don't mind Just suits you.I which already had surpassed the Then he was talking again of his choice of teachers, evangelists, rold. c

love it." bounds of imagination. Best of all, mining quests. Making a stake here preachers, and leaders and gives.

Little was said after that. Larry it would preclude any attempts at and there, moving to new fields. them liberty to serve the Lord in ,RAZOR BLADES

gave his car more and more speed conversation or should. She Mexico. Down into Bahia where their calling.It .
until it seemed to Jacqueline they never could be sure what this amaz- they wash black diamonds out of is God who calls men for these 0 ASK YOUR DEALER FOR THE 0

were flying. She relaxed against the ing man might do or say. In spiteof the river gravel. Over into Bolivia. various activities in His vineyard. OUTSTANDING BLADE VALUE
, comfortable cushions and his he Down to Chile. Back to the States man-chosen lead-
gave her- promises, might feel that Self-appointed or
self up to the joy of the experience. his new status carried a preroga- for a try at gold panning in Cali ers and preachers are destined to f:8: KENT

Terryville at last. tive of sorts. fornia. fail, but God's men may be assuredof D I
"If my scouts are'correct," Larry He had said that he considered And Jacqueline followed the His blessing and power. 10 lC;for lOc BLflUtO 7efor loc j

observed, "it will not be necessary himself a gentleman. He was prov- Aeneid with shining eyes and bated "TAKING THE COUNTRY BY STORM"

for you to go to the clerk's office ing it so far Beautifully. breath, almost forgetting to eat, in III. A Place of Spiritual- ,Growth KNOWN FROM COAST TO COAST
(Eph. 4:12-16). COMPANY ST.LOUIS MO.9
O CUPPLES -
if you don't mind giving me But his bride still was a little fear- her excitement at uncovering so
great a mine of information. For The purpose of the gifts of the
data.
the necessary Maybe 'you'dlike ful. Still more so, when Larry an-
to wait for me at that good- nounced his intention I of leaving the the time being, the earlier affairsof Spirit is the edifying and buildingup WNU-7 49-41

looking hotel yonder." car on a parking lot and doing a the day and their significancewere of believers. A church should al- \-1
forgotten. She was seeing the be evangelistic in its efforts. Thread to Cable I
"I would please. That was little exploring on foot. That done, ways '
Land Desire The should be soul-winner Habit is a cable; we weave a
thoughtful of Larry.He his next offering was: "How about of Heart's almost pastor a ,
through her but essentially his ministry is to so thread of it every day, and at
left her in the lobby after jotting something to eat now Mrs. own eyes.
' "I'm afraid that edify and instruct believers that last we can not break it.-Horace
down a few notes regarding Cutter? you got me
;.o what he termed, the bride's "color, "Please don't!" It came out in a wound up," Larry remarked with an they may go out and win others to Mann.

race and previous condition of servi- swift, frightened tone. "I couldn'teat. apologetic laugh, glancing at his Christ.
tude." ." wrist watch. "I didn't mean tr Verses 13 to 16 tell us how this I I

He was back at the hotel within "I'm sorry. Won't'do it again. deliver such a travelogue." "perfecting of the saints" moves

the hour, smiling and tapping the That was just a slip But I do "I loved it!" forward.. There is unity of the faith

pocket of his coat. have papers to that effect. Here Jacqueline's eyes, as well as ntx I and a growth in knowledge, a steadiness s.

"All set Jack.. If you're ready ." He halted and took the cer- lips, said that. It all was very which keeps believers from

My wore;I I never thought to tificate from his pocket. "You'd bet- wonderful And over with. Lar- I being led astray by error or the May Warn of Disordered

ask you! I've' located a minister, ter take this and keep it with the ry was signaling the waiter to bring cleverness of men. Thus kept from Kidney Action

but perhaps you'd rather have a other exhibits." the bill. No more talks like this. It drifting, and being steadily enrichedin Modern life with its hurry and worry C

civil ceremony." Larry smiled contritely and seemed just a little sad. knowledge Of the truth, the believer Irregular drinking-its habits risk, improper of exposure eating and infection and

"Oh, no. I'd much prefer, a min- moved on. He was trying to be nice, Those homeward miles were cov- grows up to spiritual manhood.Do -throws heavy strain on the workof
the kidneys. They are apt to bceomo
ister. Jacqueline thought. And this big, ered in almost complete silence. not miss the beauty and helpfulness over-taxed and fail to filter excess acid "
"You're rather' wonderful! Come alert faced man was her husband. Both'the riders were busy with their of verses 15 and 16. Like the and other impurities from the life-giving.

ahead." Once within the theater, Jacqueline reflections, finding relief in each oth- body "fitly framed and knit together blood.You may suffer nagging backache
That next hour was more than removed the slender wedding er's willingness to refrain from ," the church of Christ is to be a headache, dizziness, getting up nights
ever like some dream. There wasa band from her finger and leg pains, swelling-feel constantly t
droppedit speech. perfectly co-ordinated organism, every tired,nervous, all worn out. Other signs
I
neat white house next door to a into her bag. The symbol had Larry Cutter was fighting down member performing its perfect ,, of kidney or bladder disorder are some- I

church. served its part in the little drama.In desire, his jaw grimly set. ,Here service, in building up the body in urination.times burning, scanty or too frequent

Jacqueline had a distinct recol- a few hours, it all would be was the end of his happiest day love for the glory of its Head- Try Doan'f PiU Doan'f help the
lection of being shocked by the min- over. She might as well begin now Forced to abide by the rules he Christ. I kidneys waste. They to pass have off had harmful more excess than half body a
'ister's casual query as to whether a, adjusting herself to the next I Are
act. had drawn up Caught in his century of public approval. recommended -
of the Church the
ring ceremony was desired, being Larry would be behind the ,scenes This figure as by grateful users everywhere.
own code. He would play the gameto I !
the Ask neighbor
body of Christ and working together your
even more shocked by Larry'sprompt I after today. For how long? becausehe I I Ii
the end but only
of the members for the gloryof
"Oh, yes.: Please." She stole a look at him. He must. It hurt. Jack here alone
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And there he was fumbling in his seemed to be staring impassivelyat with him under the stars. His arms. Corinthians the Head is 12,further, which developed the readeris inI DOANS' i PILLS

vest pocket. the screen with its moving fig- aching with emptiness.TO .
Then the ceremony. Jacqueline ures and amplified voices. His pro- ( BE CONTINUED) urged to consider, especiallyverses
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SYMPATHY is all right in its I
OUR COMIC SECTIONPETER
there are times
when a well-placed kick wouldbe
far more effective.
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The most 'popular after-dinner
speech is: "Boys,give me the checks." f
1GE 5CRE N 10
It is easy to run into debt, but :
, By VIRGINIA VALE you can't get out of it faster' '
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) d than a crawl.A .- i

BROADWAY" dictator couldn't rule under '
I opens
"DR. B. any other circumstances.:
a scene on a narrow
Honesty is also the best \
! ledge, supposedly 40 feet above PEEVE politics. .

the real Broadway. A girl, The charity that begins at home :

played by Jean Phillips, is pre- 00 doesn't ,make many acquaintances' :

tending' be crazy, and is aboutto abroad.
When a woman drops some
suicide. A man,
commit of them it's not because she's
played by Macdonald Carey, careless with her years.

pretends that he also is crazy,

in order, to get her off the ledge.In .
the middle of the scene each
discovers that the other is sane. ti. : / .
And when Miss Phillips and Mr. I11il' Bt J-1t'i mom .5:
Carey met for the first time, on the J JI JI
ledge, with cameras pointed at
them, they discovered that they
both hail from Sioux City, Iowa. (WNU Service) I ,
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The,story of the men in the army t \
air service. who operate the secret
bomb sights and actually drop the /Q

bombs on targets from giant planes .
will be filmed by RKO Radio, with F"t .
the co-operation of the United States

army, it will>- be' called "Bom- ,-;, .
bardier." -

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Like the elephant, Richard Arler. h
never forgets. About five years ago 4u'

he,and Mary Carlisle made pictures .........
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together, and took daily turns buy- ...
0 WALKING duck, a hopping
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r. >-" P 0 and owl bookends-all.come f rom,
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"' wood, cut out with jig, coping or
keyhole saw and painted. ,Off cen-
ter wheels make the rabbit hop

6 merrily-feet on a disc turning inside -

I make ,the resplendent duck i
walk when pushed. The clown's
long nose is an excellent targetfor
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%4 catching the ring on the end of
the string.
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'? No. Z9397, 15 cents, brings cutting out.
lines and directions for all four items.
StM Send your order to:
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AUNT MARTHABox
166.W Kansas City, Mo.
t e Enclose 15 cents for each pattern,

desired.' Pattern No............... ,

MARY CARLISLEing A Name ...............................

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cream. The other day they began I
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work with Jean 'Parker and Phil T ;.
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Terry in' "Torpedo Boat," at Para-
WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT II.
the ice
When
mount. cream man
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".e' ALSO 31 TABLETS.* IOOTALETSSie
came around Arlen tapped Mary on .
T NONE FASTER NONE SURER
the shoulder. "It's your turn to
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St.JOSEPHDominion
bought the last time, five years
ago.treated." And Mary remembered, and E



Thanks to Barbara Stanwyck, R r/ i
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Gene Krupa and his orchestra are ) Over Self

featured in Samuel Goldwyn's "Ballof You can never have a greateror
Fire." The Krupa band is her a less dominion than that

favorite one,,so when she was askedto over yourself.-Leonardo Da Vinci.
select one for her nightclub sing- P jI.

ing sequences, Krupa got the vote., "' :
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;;. Coughsfrom
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Ever wonder where film com- '
panies get their ideas for shorts? ,4 11 I I'S -- common colds
who's radio's "The s
Hal Peary,
Great Gildersleeve," did a hiccough 'p J That Hang On
routine in a recent broadcast. A \
Columbia Pictures executive heard Creomulsion relieves promptly because -
. him, liked the stunt-and it will bea By it goes right to the seat of the
"Screen Snapshot." trouble to help loosen and expel
,, C. M. Payne germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto
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: soothe and'heal raw, tender, Inflamed -
Betty Hutton went to Hollywood, WNU bronchial mucous mem-
fresh from Broadway's "Panama branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa
bottle of Creomulsion with,the un-
Hattie, to make her screen debutin derstanding you must like the way it
"The Fleet's In." Bob Hope quickly allays the cough or you,are
booked her for a guest appearance to have your mon?y back.'CREOMULSION.

onhis, radio 'program-probably
you
THAT LAST REMARK Tf
heard it-and first thing she knew,
she was on it for keeps! PS. WOULD HAVE l for Coughs,Chest Colds,Bronchitis

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,Rudy Vallee will have the second "S. Q WHERE X Judgments and Watches

male lead in "The Palm Beach r COME FROM.' : 'Tis with our judgments as with
Story," the 'Preston Sturges picture r our watches; none go just alike,
, starring Claudette Colbert and Joel yet each believes his own.-Pope.

McCrea, with no ,singing, for Vallee. )
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New Orleans is certainly havingits
\ Tried
day in the movies! "Flame of Have You

New Orleans," "Lady From Louisiana -
TUTT'S PILLS ?
. ," "Birth of the Blues," "Blues I DR.
t' in the Night," "Louisiana Pur- Created in 1845 for the relief of
chase"-and before long Edna Fer- constipation.Buy .
ber's new story, "Saratoga,. Trunk!" them! Try them! TODAY
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One of the war-time campaigns

,:. that has spread like wildfire is the Characterized by Actions
"Shaves for the Boys" drive to WELL WHV ''. 'COS Ira AIN'T WHERE; Noble blood is an accident of
tain free minor necessities for Ob-I DON'T yOU 1 GUT I COME fortune, noble actions characterizethe

; boys in the defense training camps. ? r.:.. FROM/ great.-Goldoni.
Constance Bennett is head of the

." movie stars' committee, which includes -
Dorothy Lamour, Joan Fon- To
taine, Maureen O'Hara, Joan Blon- vli ytk COLDS

dell, Claire Trevor, Joan Bennett, .
Linda Darnell and Brenda Joyce. OF'q.uicktfi .uje
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,; Shooters" announcer, says that the J. Millar Watt 6 6 6 COUCH NOSE DROPS DROPS.
him
greatest compliment ever paid
, came from an old couple who sent
:. 6: him $4,000 to invest for them be- Let the Ads Guide
, cause he sounded so honest over the
:": air. Back went the money, but he You When Shoppingr
treasures the compliment. WNUi.U
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Council CamporeeAt (Continued from page .1) Thousands of Gifts s i

Sarasota Park the drive for memberships. The x
quota assigned for* the Juniors was : h
50 cents for each elementary grade

The nine members of' the local and $1.00 for each high school i Purchase your Gifts in 1

Boy Scout troop, who, with their grade.
assistant scoutmaster J. H. Wilson Every grade_ in every school in .r:
assistant scoutmaster the Clewiston area, both white and
and junior
Oliver Martinez, attended the colored, met its quota. There are SEARS Ft
Sunny Land Council's camporee. 186 elementary and 131 high school Myersl I
Friday and Saturday at Gillespie members eligible to wear the at-

Park in Sarasota were near the tractive Red Cross membership
top In competitive tests with members -'pins. A monthly Red Cross, maga-
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of other troops and patrolsof zine will ,be sent to each grade I

the council and all are hopingto which enrolled' and each will receive .. Retail Store t

be able to attend the state camp- a colorful calendar for 1942. :

ofee at Bok Tower in the spring. The .total collected by the \ ...
Scouts making the trip were Juniors was $10.00 of which $7.00 "
Use Our
ti Easy Plan
Bruce Beardsley, Medford Dun- will be1sent to national Junior .A Payment .t
David Thomas, Harold Red Cross and $3.00 used for ma-
away
Broaderlc); of the Flying Eagle terials here. This work has been :;: We T
Will Make "Deliveries
patrol and Junior Martinez, Albert done under the* supervision of Mrs. A Free Each Week :t

Stevens, Junior Mills, Sammy Edith Dilley, Junior Red Cross Aat f

Young and Raymond Trice of the Chairman. ._ _.. ._._ .y,
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Tiger patroL : : LITTLE PAL y
There were twenty-nine patrole Huge Bundle- Red

represented at the oatnporee with StreakBig .
.A: of t
an average of five boye to the pai- : joy every young-

trot These, with the troop officiate! (Continued from page 1) *, %' ster's life a fine redwagon 'strong steel ;
Council ; -: ''wagon Con.c o .
them and the t
accompanying girls. The girls are now working
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; Little Pal is 4,000 mile guaranteed -
I Trcet and 'John
Executives, Fred I on an afghan, which they are .. bearings. '
Shutt made a total of more than knitting in 6 inch blocks of left- :_:: strong steel, with double Red enamel

150 In the ea.mp. over :yarn, which has been given baked on. t
Friday night I ::: Lg PAL steel tired wheels Red
At the Campfir for the purpose by interested y 71 34x15,% Inches.

each patrol gave some eklt which parties.[: They have completed 35 :;:. with white. 20x10 $3.79 :
were judged along with the other f'of the required 96 squares and ': .f
activities and some of them were will Include the afghan in the :: inches.
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very clever. At ten o'clock Sat' next quota. ': w I

morning came the camp- Football
urday The colored school is doing its :: $1.39

craft demonstrations which were share of Red Cross work. The small .. .
also judged. Final, Inspection was .:. Official size :ts'y ,., t
girls, under the direction of their :
made at two o'clock Saturday after) teacher, Viola Thomas, have com- ::: FLYING EAGLE "k Genuine top : ,' r
noon and the boys were dismissed, .:. grain brown w..
pleted three patchwork quilts. .
the local group arriving back at These are baby; quilts and were :: A real beauty! In speed--{"' : cowhide football. i, t t
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home at about seven 'o'clock that .
made from scraps of the blue and .:. : Double laced 0 s
evening. pink outing flannel. used In, the 0;. appearance and value. : and double lined98c$1.98 ( 1.

Red Cross, layettes. The girls are ::
1-piece steel rub : "' :.
Takes OverClewiston body
,Toulis now beginning work on a full sized ,

quilt, which they are making of :: ber tired, worth much, 't...
Cafe the scraps of dress materials left .:..
over from the dresses cut ,and :;: much more. > :i=
.. SweatShirt i.t.
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made in the Red Cross work room.

leased Mr.' the and Clewiston Mrs. A. Toulis Cafe, across have I Garments Labelled
the highway south of the Sugar Each of these numerous garments, .a. America's best :_:
both knitted and cloth articles, :!: shirt 'at this w' z
Office building from G. F. Jones, ::
(except layettes) are marked with price, Preshrunk., : ;i;
and took over the operation of the :: BUICK TYPE
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.: the Red Cross cloth label, which t: heavy knit :
cafe on December 1. ,
has on it in indelible ink the size cottonwith :x
The new business has been open of the garment, and the name of ;* fT'.'. Not just an Auto-But double cotton r,: ._-' .;.
but a little more than a month in fleece' backing. 4i
a new building which Mr. Jones the Red Cross chapter which pro- :;: s w- an Auto DeLuxe, has
duced it. The knitted articles have $1.00
constructed and in which he planned :: everything to make *
all been blocked and all labels .
,, to operate a restaurant and ::
delicatessen.Mr. have been sewed in, so they are ::: heads turn as it tears .:.- ,

and Mrs. A. Toulis are old now ..ready It will for'be packaging an event for of whichall shipment :;: i i D down the street. Hunting *,
residents of Clewiston and opera- : { c
ted the first restaurant here. They Clewiston Red Cross membersand :::: \, .. :,. _9.98No c..y.
citizens should be proud when .,< :
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have many friends who will wish this large contribution of garmentsis :!: ; _._ _. Here is the cap :;:
them in the venture. -- -------
success new
sent on its mission of .i. for that next :::
mercy.
Regular meals and short orders
:: hunting trip. ,u' .;.
; Finer Shells 'Made
will be served with chicken and ,
oyster dinners a specialty. No attempt Pahokee Agency Buys :: Reversible. red 4::
i Mallard j
Shells
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will be made to' operate a: '.. on one side. .i.
delicatessen. Local Ice Business, g40 :

:: 80c 'up 79cTennis f
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Herring Hudspeth, pa :i:: Save Money, on GenuineMallard :
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Ice Distributors, have purchasedthe I ; ::
:. Shells, Oversize Non-Corrosive _
!td local ice. business from 'H. J. { 3 ..
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Oblesby who was forced to retire ; Primer, Instantaneous Ignition, : Balls' ; :;:
::: loaded with, DuPont or Hercules ..
RED FLANNEL UNDERWEAR from the 'business ; because of his : ;
'i Smokeless Powder.. Bargains! Approved
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DOES NOT KEEP THE health. .t... by U. S. .:. .
WEARER WARMER I City Ice and Fuel Company i .:. ..........,.". -, Lawn Tennis ._.
THAN 'WHITEFLAXl"EL 'makes the ice in Pahokee which is : Association.Packed ._.
distributed here. George Hudspeth :!: 22 CALIBER RIFLE 3 in .::::

is local .:. can, ,
manager.It ... ; 4...
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Warmth depends on the quality of is understood that Mr. Ogles- .!. :

the wool used. Red dye does not by plans to build a tourist and ..:.. ,$1.00' ,. .. :.!..:
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improve the quality of the wool. trailer park in town shortly. .'. .!.
1.-"Popular Fallacies"- A. S. .!. ...'
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E. A'k nn.1.nn. 2.-"Superstitionsof Help in the fight against tuber- .:. Finalist" '
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Medicine and Surgery"-T. J. culosis by purchasing Christmas ..:. .
Pettigrew, F. R. S., P. 18. J I seals for cards, letters and pack- .:. .::.

.. .. : ;..: :: .. ;..: ;..:..:..:.:..:. ages this :year. .> Here is the I Gun, that" will'"' give you they A for Racket play-built ...:..

.:. performance of Guns in the N higher_ price; $ 5 4 9 ing. hard Improve ..:!...

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The Season's Greetings ..!.. .. .,',$4.98 :.ie-_:

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WHEN 'YOU COME TO :FORT' MYERSON .t..t.. _:. Good looking, ..E
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YOUR SHOPPING TOUR WE INVITE .:. vl < yet bargain .!..
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YOU TO SEE OUR NEW LINES OF . .t. s priced. 3 piece .:.
.t.. laminated ash .:..

''Seaforth Toiletries for men '(named ,and styled after the :!: <,t '4 a4n,,. r c Mry.yt frame,' leather ;;:;; ,
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famous old Scotch Highlander Regiment) .:. grip- ::::

Barometers Desk Clocks'' .Calendars} Desk .!.. ..,
Lipstick Perfumes For THe Ladies Sets'I I .... $1.49 ErT :_ -

Pastel Iced Tea Glasses .t. y :::> 0 sFens.
Leaf Salad Sets Delia .:. ...
Robbia Glassware 'Floral Pictures Permanent ..t.:. .:i.'

Flower Arrangements .;. I ALL SEARS Tire and ;:f;
.. BIKES
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I "Duchess of Windsor" Hankies '. "Coin Bars ..". xS; M s EQUIPPED TuteeCOMBINATION :!:,
Dresden Lamps and I :. WITH ..
so very many other attractivenew I 'i AIR-COOLED 1 \ \; r'k:: PUNCTURESEALTIRES ;
items that 'you'll have to see them! !! .?. COASTER BRAKE FLOATING NUB z w y Now_ is the time + i :!:. ,
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:change
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OUR 1942 DATE AND CALENDAR BOOK IS YOURS .... old worn out iIIFMi% ;; \ .
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bike,
; Town's lowest priced equipped we
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FOR THE ASKINGMiller's ..i, honestly believe! Head lamp, luggage Tires for new _
/ ::: carrier, chain guard and tank. (Girls' $ 2 7' 9 5 hard ones. Built for :t.::
4; model has no' tank). Sturdily constructed useage. ; .
x:: "18" frame. This is another bicycle II $1.79 :;:: ,
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