The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00869
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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 12, 1941
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Clewiston PostmasterPostmaster Arrives For TrainingA


A. W. Sias, late ''new class of 49 RAF cadets

I ', Thursday afternoon; received a i SEEKS $1,000 HEREWith arrived at Riddle-McKay Aero Col- SUGAR CORPORATION

telegram from both Senator Claude lege last Thursday and began their
Pepper and ,Senator C. O. ,Andrews primary training ,the first of this 1

The City Commission this week 'to the effect that his reappointment the outbreak of the Pacific week and the class of fifty, first Senator Clude Pepper again assailed

announces, ,through a legal noticeof as Clewiston 'post-master had War, the American ,Red Cross. sent, to arrive after the opening of the the United States Sugar
election in this paper, that on been confirmed by the senate and out an appeal for emergency funds local training school, completed

January 13, 1942 a special city 'that his bond would be sent to him in the amount of fifty' million dol- their primary course on the same Corporation before the senate

, election will be held to determine without delay. lars and the quota for the Clewis- day and began basic, training. finance, committee on Wednesday

whether or not the freeholders of Under the new' law which classi- ton Chapter has been set at $1,000. This class of fifty cadets now during a hearing to determine the

,i the city wish to issue ,revenue fies postmasters the same as clerksor The following telegram was received beginning their basic training have feasibility of an ;expansion 'of

certificates for ,the purchase of, the any other Civil Service employeehe from Norman H. Davis, national established a record for RAF train-
local power -and light plant .from will remain postmaster until chairman: x ing in the United States. While the sugar production! becauseof

the Glades Water Company and there is given some good 'cause for percentage has been consistentlyhigh the war.

I the Glades Power and Light Com- his removal. Mrs. R. Y. Patterson,- 'Chairman, for numbers completing The United Press quotes the

I I Mr. Sias ended his first term on Clewiston Chapter, -.' courses, most of those who are rejected Senator as declaring that eighty-
,I July 30, this' year and has waited American Red Cross,' fail during the primary work.
The election was arranged for five per cent of the production of
I since to find, out the result of the So far as is known this is the first
last spring by special act of the Again the American Red Crossis
competitive examinations which class which has completed primary sugar In the state is controlled by
Florida Legislature and since that called upon .to serve our nationin .
were required under the new'' civil work with all fifty members still the United, States Sugar Corporation -*
time certain necessary litigationhas war. Both nationally and locallywe
service law. Last week he receivedhis ,hand to begin basic
,prevented the election. This face vast and definite respon- on training. and as a result new producers
from the Civil Service The cadets
grade are proud of this record
has now been disposed of and all sibilities for services to our armed are unable to obtain a share of the
board. The bond will be returnedas and are striving now to complete
is clear for ,the holding of the forces and' for relief to distressed sugar quota I
soon as properly executed and their basic and advanced work and
election. civilians.' To provide essential The Senator also
I his formal appointment from the all receive their'' wings without a suggested an
The election will decide whether Postmaster General should follow funds Red Cross today is launch- single rejection. amendment to the, proposed new
ing a campaign for war funds of bill which would
negotiable Electric and Water at''. once. sugar prevent any
revenue- certificates shall be issued minimum of fifty million dollars.. single individual or corporationfrom

by the. city in the amount of $175- The President will Issue on Fridaya FORTY PER CENT IS controlling more than fifty 'or-

000 for the ,purpose, of paying a proclamation supporting this ap- seventy-five percent of the produc-

I purchase 'price of $125,000 for the SCHOOL TRUSTEES TO peal. Your chapter quota is 1000 tion of one state ,as long as there

light and water plants and the ad- dollars. Chapters may retaip fifteen INCREASE SHOWN BY were "bona fide". citizens in the

ditional cost of reconstructing, enlarging per cent of their collections for I state who wished to raise sugar.
BE NAMED TUESDAY local war relief expenditures. The committee
extending and improvingof was meeting to.
the system in the amount of Chapters should at once devote full P.O. IN TWO MONTHSPostmaster consider house-approved legisla-

$50,000. The city would operate FOR ALLDISTRICTS effort to raising their quotas in tion for extending the sugar act

J both plants as a single unit. shortest possible time. Please report which expires on December 31.

.', The revenue certificates would be action taken. We must not A. W. Sias announcedthis Even before the outbreak of the

dated January 1, 1942, would bear Qualified voters will go to the and shall not fail in this crisis. week that the business at the Pacific war congressional leaders

: interest at the rate of four percent polls Tuesday to elect school trus- Norman 'H. ,Davis Clewiston post-office had steadily increased had considered the possibility of a

. per annum, payable' semi-annually tees for all districts of the county.At No effort will be made at the throughout the year' but that shortage of shipments of sugar

, \ ; and solely from the revenues of the same time they will voteto moment to .conduct the thousand there had been a very high jump dur- from the Philippines and Hawaii

yr. the plant.- The bonds would, ma- approve or disapprove, a millageset dollar campaign locally. Chapter ing the past two months since the and it is likely that the war will
iture $3,000 annually until 1945, at 4'for, every district in officials feel that the response will opening of Riddle Field. cut off all supplies from Pacific

%; $4,000 until 1948 $5,000 until the county. be more nearly what the Clewiston Should the rate of increase for areas more especially the Philip

Ji ,: .' 1951, $6,000 until 1954, $7,000 The names of the ,candidates for people want it to be if they are December remain the same' as dur- pines. 4

+ until 1957, $8,000 until 1960, $10- trustee in the Clewiston districtin given a little more time in whichto ing October and November it is The proposed sugar legislation

!r'; '000 until 1963 $11,000 until 1965 I the order in which they appearon give their contrJb tion. quite possible that the postmasterwill passed by the' House of Representatives

i'. ; and' $12,000 until paid off in 1967. the ballot are as follows: Any contributions will be move- to the next salary bracket takes away 1a portion' otCuba's .
accepted -
, \' which is provided after increasein quota to give a slight increase
'. Malcolm W. Bigg, Arch Hodges an
Only freeholders who qualified
i are now by'' either Mrs. R. Y.
Carl E. Johnson, Addle Mills, W. receipts of $4,000 for the year. to domestic producers.Presi-
electors shall be 'entitled to ;
Patterson, chairman, or Mrs. ,J. A.
1' The Clewiston office has been in dent Roosevelt, Secretary Hull and
C. Owen, R. 'Y. Patterson and
; vote In this election and the city McGehee, treasurer; and 'the campaign -. .
Hazel .Prewitt. the lowest second-class bracket Secretary 'Wickard are all 'said to
registration books. .will be open, during for' the full,',.amount; will be '
:;' In District NcL"Belle: '''there since it was' made a second-class look ,upon the 'new bill with dis-
,J : usukl offlce'-lioirivv<$Oia 'the ? ,
." : [ conducted early In ;:January.LAST .
:, .' .tenth day'"of December to and in- are four :candidates""as.: follows: .office,.---about--" *three.4j Z:; ,, years., -, ago.> favor. and It-'Is considered, possible
:'.: cludingthe 3rd1! day ,of 'January. Edward' Curry, Clera Davis: Dennis The sale- of stamps-..and receipts that the act: will not pass the

rF Small and Morris, Watson: from box senate. _
rents are considered the
:, Officials to serve at the election
This trustee election was post- RITES TUESDAY postal receipts of the office and Jay; W. 'Moran, vice-president and
are as follows: Mrs. G. B. Rack- I I
S straw Mrs. poned from November, 4th in, order for the, first eleven months of this general manager of the United
Keathley H.
't .. C. Avant inpectors and A. W. that certain millage litigation couldbe year amounted to $11,668.26against States Sugar Corporation, said that

r Lawrence, clerk. taken care of. The election was FOR FRED DUNAWAY $9,897.96 for the corres the new act would probably not

,c re-advertised and other candidateswere ponding period last year, an In- be put into effect while' the war-

invited, to place their nameson crease of about 18 per cent over lasts insofar as marketing restrictions

:(> W.A. 'Brown In Action the ballot for the trustee, posi- Funeral services for Fred ,L. the, 'entire' period. The receipts are, concerned and,: the changesin

tions. There were no new ones in Dunaway, 45, who died suddenlyof during October and November show- the act would have'little affect on
t',", ,. At Midway Island the Clewiston district but the other a heart attack 'Monday noon five ed a total of $2,639.00 against last the local company's operations one

< .,.,." ,. \ three districts arranged a slate of miles southeast of' Devil's Garden, 'year's $1,881.00, an increase of way or the other."Whether .

>.f W. A. Brown, formerly candidates before the second dead- were held Tuesday at 2:30 p. m., forty per oent. or not there is any
an employee -
\ ..: of the United States Sugar line came. at the First Baptist church of La- For the first, time In history, 'Mr. legislation concerning sugar", Mr..
, N' Only those qualified voters who Moran said, "the efforts of tae
} Corporation and whose wife is still Belle, 'the Rev. A. M. GHsson officiating Sias stated, there are only about
?.,"> .: employed here in the offices of the have paid a real, personal or: in- assisted by Rev. H C. Meadorof six boxes available for rent and United States Sugar Corporation:
'?' corporation, is' on active duty with tangible tax for the year 1948 are! the Clewiston Baptist church Interment these, will 'probably be rented be-, will be devoted to making available
>':,' eligible to vote in the trustee and In Fort Denaud to American people as much sugaras -
: the U. S. ,Army as a coat accountant was ceme-t fore ,Christmas' if the present demand -
> millage election. tary. it can and in doing so it will-
i at the, base on Midway Island which I continues. ,
r help in a measure to fill the gap
. .
{ was subjected to attack by the Mr. Dunaway was Camping
Japanese Sunday.. Legion Discusses Activities chairman ''of the Glades- Charles Benson First caused by the evident disruption
of the flow of fromthe.
' I sugar
; : : .Mrs. Brown: at last report, had Hendry district of the Boy Pacific areas". .". J I..
.. ... heard Community TreeThe Scouts and a member of Clew- >t
.. ... ..; nothing from him since the Volunteer Here Mr. Moran would make
no com*
, iston 93 of
: S attack. Post No. the American I
;.:. ment on Senator'Pepper's statements -
/ Legion, and both organizationstook
.: Another Clewiston boy, Tommy American Legion Post No. part In the service.As Charles Benson, assistant pur- before the senate committee. -
; ', Aiken, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. 93 held its regular monthly meet- chasing agent for the United States .

ML;.':.. Aiken, is reported 'to'h ve been ing Tuesday evening at the 'Clewis pallbearers carried the flag Sugar Corporation was the first ..
; '
aboard the ton Inn and the draped casket into the church a
;; Pennsylvania which most important
visitor to the local draft office afterit RAF Cadet Dies From
{ attacked in Pearl Harbor- business transacted Boy Scout In uniform stood'at attention -
the same was to make opened Monday morning and he
, either side of the
:; day. plans for the annual on en-
community instructed Mrs. I. S. Bell Jr. clerkto
Injuries In AccidentLouis
trance. During the service they
-. .: Chrjstmas Tree which Is
Others for whom sponsored
considerable the board
to his selec-
_. ,', jointly took up positions at the casket, r
by the Legion
..>. concern is felt are two brothers and the tive service rating to that of
likewise' at the where
., of Mrs. Jimmy Wilson, one John joined volunteer in order that he'could Wells, 23-year-old RAP
. Padgett who is in the Navy and Named as members of the com- they were by other scoutsof enter service at once. cadet, died in a Fort Myers hosn

y stationed at Honolulu and the mitee on arrangements .were: O. A. the LaBelle Felda and Clewis- Mrs. Bell stated today that he pital early Wednesday morning. from

,:' I'' other, 'Raymond Padgett, who has Jones, C. H. Berner, W. C.' Owen ton troops, and by District execu- would be among the first called Injuries received in an auto wreck

', spent the. past seventeen years in and R. M. Bishop.. Reports of tive John Shutt of Fort Myers but that the new ruling requiringthe west of LaBelle Tuesday evening.
and scoutmasters L. W. Turner of
the Navy and whose work done last year were given andIt
whereabouts selectee to be examined by army Information from Riddle Field
.;" at this time are unknown. Mrs. Is estimated that .something neara LaBelle, Charles, Benson of Clew- doctors before induction would here is' to the effect that the cadet
iston and Marion Goff of Felda.A .
, M. M. Prewitt'' has a brother, W. thousand packages will have to probably prevent his going before was not from the local field as was

i W. Prange who Is stationed at be provided this year. These pack- representation of Legionnaires the first of February. erroneously reported in news dis-

;v. '. Pearl Harbor with his family but ages cost an average of IS; cents from Clewiston and LaBelle were There have been several otherenlistments patches but 'was located for a timeat
:;,- is not in military each and are given to all school present at both services, among
service, J. E. reported since the out- Arcadia and was then transferred -
: children them J. E. Beardsley, E. M. Cornette -,
'P;, Elder has a sister residing In Honolulu through the sixth grade. break of the war Sunday but most ; to Gunter Field, Ala. He was
;:'" S and E. H. (Lefty) Holstine Petitions are now being circula- Cecil Parkinson, Dan Allen of these have been directly to a spending a leave in Fort Myers

;;'" has a brother in the Navy at Pearl ted by Legionnaires for donationsto Cyrus Couch, Coleman Hall, R. N. recruiting office. with friends and was, accompaniedby

4: Harbor. the Community Tree fund.It Miller and Robert Waldron. As another cadet, from Gunter
also the casket was being lowered Into
The News, during the war period, announced that the the Two Enlist In Field.
Legion grave, they removed the American Army
was cooperating with the
;; would like to keep an accurate a : Officers investigating the' acci
flag and it
Fire presented to the '
" check the Department and the Boy dent said that the English boy
. on activities of local boys ap-r
Scouts' in the Corps MondayRoger
r .. as possible and will appreciate any toy rehibilitation pro- parently lost control of the car
information along this line. gram.W.. Death came quickly to Mr. Dun- and when it 'struck the soft sand

--- _, C. Owen gave a report on away, when he appeared to be en- Saxon 'and Bill Myers en- shoulder overturned in the road-
r JRi Boy Scout work; J. E. Beardsley joying the best of health. He listed had broken
Schools Monday in the Army Air side ditch. Wells a
ri"f Have Two reported on traffic patrol at street was a Hendry; county fire warden, Corps at West Palm Beach, com- jaw and a fractured skull when he

intersections organized by the worked the eastern area of the pleted 'their physical examinationsthe was examined at the hospital. His
Weeks Xmas Period school boys and the' matter of secur- county and six months ago moved middle of the week and will companion escaped without injury.

ing a license for incorporation of his family here from Felda. leave the first of next week for The car which the' cadet was driv-

' Principal R.-W. Turk announced a fair organization was discussed. He left home about ten o'clock Wichita Falls, Texas, to begin ing was owned by Tom Biggar of

this Report was made that two mem- Monday morning on regular patrol training.., Fort Myers: a 1939 Chevrolet.A .
week that
the school
for Christmas will close bers were in the hospital and on duty: and was joined by Bert Dyess, They were accompanied to West military funeral was given In

ber 19th and vacation on Decem- the death of Fred Dunaway. The' Glades county warden and H. G. Palm Beach Monday by E. R. Smith Arcadia at Carlstrom Field Thurs-
w r:: 5th. reopen on January acting adjutant J. E. Beardsleywas Atchley of Felda. Mr. Dunawaywas and Brown Waller of Moore Haven day with officers of that school con

instructed to draw up resolu- alone in the cab of 'the truck, who have been fellow employees at ducting the service: Interment was
The same two weeks' vacation tions' on the death of Mr. the others working on equipment
Dunaway, Riddle Field but the \\Moore Haven in: a special cemetery which the
\ period will be observed by all for many years a member of the in the back, when the truck lurch- boys will not enlist until after j British government has providedat

schools In Hendry county., (Continued on page 12) (Continued on page 12) Christmas. Carlstrom Field.

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7s I r Coaching Canine Cops I ;THE CHEERFUL CHERUB.

Ve. get whit' we ere,

-G Although trained dogs have been in .use as assistants to police officers worthy of, .

in European countries for many years, the idea has taken hold in the fAESCREW1 I think 1 Jt.id the other

R E EN United States only recently. Berkeley, Calif., was one of the first cities in dey. .
this country to put dogs on regular police duty. Their. dogs are Dober-
But when 1 look
mann Pinschers from the Palanka Kennels at Richmond, Calif., where By VIRGINIA VALE 't.t:
Washington, D. C. Canadian canine (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) movie, 3te..r 3
Cap C. A. Roy, former police officer, turns out cops.

BRITISH British barring DIPLOMACYThe of Russian These photos show some of the most important stages in the development HOW would you like to be I find it Ktrd "

Ambassador Litvinoff from an air> of dogs for this work.ttssssaaaKM to a 'pretty to feel tVfct

plane en route to the U.S.A. has in- ._,,,_" .....__N. .,........__. 4f94'n__. _M........... ._. m.'M- _''_ .._ ..._. girl and, two minutes, later vt V.
creased Washington whispers thatit t : have to throw glass of water
:.T a, a (\ 1cAPMWNU
: ',:' ? H. iYx ;i!< : .1 'i: s .a.y.: \
is about time the .British did jiiJfi into her face? Barry Nelson
clean their mori-
something to up knows feels do
ibund diplomatic service and cut how it to exact-

out snubs to people who are tryingto .)./,<;:' : ly that. The girl was Laraine

help them.It 5f,4.s ".'. >. ..' Day; Nelson, discovered by
been the belief of ::
has long Metro on the University of
Americans, too polite to mention it, .. .>..:: : California campus, had to throw the Service.
that the British embassy in Wash .
water because William Seitz, direct
ington can make more mistakes to "China liked the idea.
,...,. ing Caravan,
than Mr.
the 'square even Nelson wants to play tough roles;

Hull's state department-and manyof according to Spencer Tracy, he's a CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

the state department's mistakescome "sterling actor," so he should be
from trying so ardently to ape able to. The role in "China Cara

the British. van" is his fourth in pictures, but
For years the British embassyhas throwing that water was almost'too
sat on its hilltop, well removed much for him; he'd rather be tough HOW 'TO BUY
from the bustle of Washington, and '
some other HOW
looked with slightly disdainful ::. Avoid costly mistakes. Important information -
for new and used car buyers. 64
of pages
amusement upon the hoi polloi Ann Sheridan and Madeleine Car- Sl.OO postpaid. WELES, 308 E. 242nd St.,
: An invitation to the British New York City.
congress. roll probably didn't know it, but,for
embassy in those ,good old days three weeks they ran neck and neck

was considered by the dowagers as with Lana Turner in an election. GAMES

better than an invitation to the The boys at Forts Hancock andTil-,;

White House. den were voting to choose "The Call 7 and CLEVER make \It.DICE Never GAME falls. For

But those good old days, unfortunately Sweetheart of Harbor Defenses." amusement. Sent to you 25c postpaid. i
P. S. C., Box 123, Davenport, Iowa.
both for the dowagersand Lana won the title.

the embassy, are gone, neverto --r--'"

return. However, the embassy '..ti', + ", r If Joan Fontaine needed to make Out of Order.
appears completely unaware of that r sure of her laurels as an actress,
fact. And its charming young men :K ss :J.J: :z. 'i$.K >>: 1T (":>"' ,:::,( ;-L.j she's certainly accomplished it in It is because things have been

go their charming way, saying &ew Alfred Hitch- put in the order that the
"Susipicion, the wrong
The captain here takes a hurdle with of the dogs he is trainingfor
sometimes too audibly: "We must one
cock thriller. Her performance is present chaos and disaster is upon,
be nice to Americans"; while the police work. The trainer always wears a uniform, the idea being to the world. The order, expressedin

real work of defending Britain takes teach the dog that the man in uniform is his friend and master. four words, has been: Money,

place in the British Purchasing commission . d4T '
things God. The order
-" man, new
direction "..'<->:,..:-: esp ""mrJ.rmW: :: : +.:%rwl:"",,nr.;;;:.J.:: 1 x;..a::tt":;;; -'::'':' ::;: ;:--"',F C= ;: W: 1
largely under the ,4:.c y 'K:! Gf:i''s .jn. will have to be God, man, things,
of hard-boiled Canadians and money.-The Bishop of Exeter.

Australians.Viscount Halifax is one of the c'

most delightful and genteel persons HAIR

ever to grace the embassy. He tries !MOROVNE 1

hard. But hard as he tries, he : .: 7'A v TONIC

cannot overcome the bubbling ON SKID BOTTLE sizt LARGE IO2Se
Charles Peake, 'who minces around '

him as if his lordship still were a' s : a "
viceroy of India with white and R'. A Good Book
crimson-costumed Sikhs mountedon N As good almost kill a 'man as
black chargers outside his pal- Y : : .: ..> kill a good book.-Milton.

in Calcutta instead of beingin ..
ace, (
a city where politics, are very 'j 4443!t y J !.x '
f : r4.i d
earthy and where the' ,congressman's _, j'* How To Relieve
. wife from Keokuk has a lot \ +-''
more influence than the pink: tea + ,' f

protocol expert usually seen at the .1 1 Bronchitis

British embassy.-, .p'. r .A'. .:.. ... ,J
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: : CreomuIsion relieves because
promptly -
WASHINGTON SOCIETY J".g I S ; ,:>., .. : : J it goes right to the seat of the

Washington is a city where debate .. \; i t .. ..: :.. ... <..;. ; trouble to help loosen and expel
may rage furiously 'on the,floor K.;: '11.j.,'...._. '. :: -.. ._.::' '- -'.I 1The >:'vi:' :;<<;< N.{ .w.v> .w-.J. '" germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto

of the senate, but simmer down to JOAN FONTAINE soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed -

friendly story-telling in the ante- The Dobermann goes up the dog must get over the,plank :branes.Tell bronchial your druggist mucous to sell mem youa

room or around the dinner table step ladder_ in pursuit of a mythical wall, in which there is scarcely a superb. RKO provided an excellentcast bottle of Creomulsionwith the un-

afterward This is not always the criminal. This is one of the toehold, but he does it. Height of which includes Cary Grant, Sir derstanding you must like the way it
Cedric Hardwicke, Dame May Whit- quickly allays the cough or are "
case, however, and sometimes hardest lessons the the barrier is increased.LI4 .
for dog. gradually
Washington society becomes so ty, Nigel Bruce and,Heather Angel. to have your money back.CREOMULSION.

aroused that it is dangerous to invite .,..... '''''''''' ".,""", '" ..""" .............w......,..,.,'" ">"'w."oY.....:.. ':"'......:r.-......,..... You can see what an actress Miss
Fontaine is to stand out in such a
certain strong-minded peopleto cast. for Coughs,Chest Colds, Bronchitis

This was true during the fight over $ ; i
Roosevelt's Supreme court bill; and i t Clyde Cook, who has a bit part in Variety a Pleasure
during the Roosevelt-Willkie elec- "Suspicion," directed Hitchcock' in The variety of all things formsa
film in the days before .
an English pleasure.Euripides.DON'T
tion campaign.; and it is somewhattrue 1
the mystery director won his spurs.
during the neutrality controversies -
if read that thriller
Incidentally, you
today. Old hands at the gameof
"Before the Fact, don't expect
controversy, manage to
version to resemble it
keep their tempers. For instance, ,. this picture
seated near each other at dinner the 4r : J too closely.'i CONSTIPATIONSLOW

.'.. other night were Sen. Burt Wheeler, ? YOU UP
than whom there is no more ener- .1.1"f "I guess the hair-dresser justdoesn't
and feel
,When bowels are sluggish you
Crawford remarked -
like Joan ,
getic isolationist, and Undersecretary irritable, headachy and everything you
of the Navy Forrestal, just as w a friend of mine after see do is an effort, do as millions do-chew
energetically interventionist. ing "When Ladies Meet." "And FEEN-A-MINT, the modem chewinggum
I maybe the costume designer felt the laxative. Simply chew FEEN-A-
Wheeler was talking about"the re MINT before you go to bed-sleep with-
cent neutrality debate, telling how same way, she added. Certainly out being disturbed-nest morning gentle,
Garson's hair was more be- feel swell
Ropsevelt forces influenced votes by :: Greer' thorough relief, helping you
comingly done, and her clothes were again, full of your normal pep. Try
promising jobs and dishing out is handy
patronage than Miss Crawford's. Buthairdo's FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good,
Interrupted Undersecretary prettier and economical.A generous family supply
must be old
and clothes an
Forrestal: '
story to the Crawford girl, who could FEEN.A.MINTcoio

"Senator, did the neutrality fight _' .....cic was;__s.-...m .. .._.n__........__..._ m..._--..-...-..-..-----.... give a good performance if she had ?
reach the depths of your fight to to wear a sugar sack and,have her

pass the Wheeler-Rayburn act?" Assigned to a radio prowl car, Dogs are taught to grab for hair shaved tight to her head. Rob- WNU-7 50-41-

(The Holding" Corporation act.) this Dobermann is the pal of Sgt. dropped pistols, and to bring them ert Taylor ought to make. new

''I"No didn't, shot have back the Senator Wheeler" Coffey of the Berkeley police de- to the nearest policeman, or to friends in this one, too. Need.of Patience \.

patronage. partment. i where the criminal cannot get them. --:,!" Patience is a necessary ingredient -

natured The two men continued a good- -- -" ,......... .." .. .. _..._,, .. .__......._ .. ..-.... ... _._-_.._ Rosalind Russell and her bride- of genius.-Disraeli.
discussion of neutrality, ... .,::':;v"" ".::':<': "'H' n. groom drove to New Orleans after
Wheeler maintaining that time
their went by boat to
would that his anti-war marriage, Today's opulanty
prove stand Cuba, flew to Jacksonville and tooka of Doan's Pills after
was right. After the war, he con After a' brief many years of worldwide
train to New York.
surely must
tended use
history would the '
reverse stay there she had to rush back to p I be accepted as evidence
present tide of war sentiment and I of satisfactory use.
sti. ... Hollywood for wardrobe tests /And favorable public
there would be a revulsion of feel c ,
I.iY4Qt t "Take a Letter, Darling, in which opinion supports that
ing if not virtual French
a revolu- Frances of the able physicians
she plays a bachelor girl. who test the value of
tion."And Farmer, who's been costarringwith Doaa's under exacting
when the guillotine ax be- Power in "Son of laboratory conditions.
gins to fall, senator," said Forrestal Tyrone These physicians, too, approve every word
Fury," is cast as her rival. of advertising you read, the objective of
as he departed, "will you. be my ---- i which is only to recommend Doan's Pills ,L
attorney?" as a good diuretic treatment for disorder I
Richard ,Arlen wants to go to of the kidney function and for relief of I

FINNS VS. NAZIS China to make a picture, when he the tlf pain more and people worry were it causes.aware of how the i I
k finishes "Wildcat," which he's to kidneys roust constantly remove waste ti
Intelligence reports from Europefor first of the that cannot stay in the blood without injury
start about the year.
the first time indicate friction to health, there would be better understanding
Says it would take about three of why the whole body suffers
between German and Finnish months to shoot exteriors there, then when kidneys lag, and diuretic medication -
would be often employed.
troops on the eastern fronts. The more
the troupe would come home to Burning, scanty or too frequent urina
Finns are sore because the Nazis make the rest of it. tion sometimes warn of disturbed kidney
have been living off the country and ", function. You may suffer nagging back
: ---I ache, persistent headache, attacks of dizziness
have not been at all scrupulous in aC {'ic ;a ,.o, N ,v A miniature Big Town has been getting up. nights, swelling, puffiness -
paying Finnish peasants for pigs, under the eyes-feel weak, nervous,
built by a' New Orleans man who all played out.
cows and chickens.On visualized the imaginary city after Use Doan Pills. It is better to rely on
top of this the Nazis a medicine that has won world-wide acclaim
recently listening to Edward G. Robinson'sCBS than on something less favorably
ousted Finnish children from an i i l re/, ?,}, \_YR_2% t ____ show, which has been on the known. Ask your neighbor
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'orphanage at Rovaninemi and usedit air for four years; he wants to giveit

for the general staff. This made Here the dog has grabbed a "criminal" making off with a suitcase. to Robinson, who hesitateshe'dneed

the Finns boil with ange'r. I This dog .is almost completely trained. a special building to house it.

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I Santa's Troubles Kipling Found His Anger 1 'MMMhht. MMMMMMMMMMMhMMP-O-MMt'-t'-hC'-C.0-MMMMM. .?

Was Profitable-to AnotherA ASI( ME
1 A quiz 'with answers offering, ? .

i bus driver once crashed his ANOr &** information on various
vehicle into one of the trees out- .

kll kllF side the home'of Rudyard'Kipling, MMhhhP.hhhM(+.( ..hl+.f+.M hM,hhhf ..hMMPMnMc'c'hMhh
The author wrote the man demanding ,
reparation. The driver The Questions 6. The trident is the symbol of

ignored the complaint and sold the authority of what god? ,
F 4, Elr3d6e1A letter to a friend for 10 shillings.Not 1. In what sport do the partici- 7. The massive bronze statue
/I/den. pants wear bathing'suits but try known as Christ of the Andes is
receiving an answer, Kipling to keep out of the water? on.the border between what countries
(McClure Syndicate WNU Service.) another
penned note threatening
2., What is the largest railroad ?
legal action. This scathing,let:=
stood at the camp window ter the driver also ignoredandsold. tunnel in the Western hemisphere? The Answers

looked out over the great' 3. What is another name for the
frozen lake. "Do you think he'll Suomi? 1. Surf-board riding. .
Finally losing patience, Kipling 2. Cascade tunnel in .
come right across the ice? + called on the man' and angrily 4. What country ''ranks next to ton (7.79 miles Washing.-. .
long). .
"He?" Mother answered from the demanded an explanation."I the United States in the numberof 3. Finns.
kitchen. "Oh Santa Claus? Why; miles of
r was hoping that you would ? 4. 'Russia. ..
perhaps, darling. But not this morn- "y 'y5 write me some ,more letters. Sell- 5. In what year did Joe Louis 5. In 1937.
ing, funny boy; not before evening." t t ing them is most profitable," replied win the world's heavyweight 6. Neptune. '

Such unquestioning fiveyearoldfaith the man. ,championship? 7. Chile and Argentina.
and she must watch its be-
itrayal. Because there weren't goingto

be any presents. There wasn't avt ,.r:ia. Town of T. B..'
any money.
Suddenly Davie screamed with excitement Our mechanized age certainly There is a small town in Mary-
and his mother went run puts Santa at a disadvantage, be- land called T. B. The name is.

ning to look out too. cause his reindeer never had trou- derived from the initials'of a colonial

"Why, it's a deer, Davie." bles like this. Several inches of settler, Thomas Brooke, who

"Reindeer," said Davie, withoutany snow prove too much for.his modern became an owner of several thou-
carriage, so Santa Claus has to sands 'of
question at all. acres of land now included -
"One of Santa's, you think? May- wield a snow shovel in front of a in the present town site,
be the sleigh tipped over and all the New ,York store to free it. (Editor's Pattern 2969 contains instructions for says Pathfinder. The Brooke boun
presents spilled! Isn't that too bad?" note: Wonder what he does' at the making mittens in small medium and dary stones marked "T. B." were
North pole where the snow is really large sizes; illustrations of them and
They watched the graceful crea- stitches; materials required; photographof the township, and
ture until it disappeared into the deep.) pattern stitches. Send your order to: early residents started to call
woods on the other side. Then mother their town "T.. B."

returned to her baking and Davie -
followed. Christmas MarkedIn Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept. It's not how much you pay, but
I 82 Eighth Ave. New York, how well it is received, that makesa
"It's a shame for it to happen Enclose 15 cents in coins for Pattern Christmas gift welcome. That's

just the day before Christmas when Early Colonies a s No........... why Camel Cigarettes and Prince

there won't be time to make any Name................................ Albert Smoking Tobacco make
more. How disappointed all the chil- such ideal gifts. The cost is mod-
By Jollity, Feasting,\ Address........... ... ..
dren in the world will be! But you eo ... eo....... est, the welcome assured. For
Camel is America's favorite ciga-

'.'..':,"- r............" .......... .......... .........,.,,,,,,,,,.,...............1 Early American colonies along the rette, and Prince Albert Smoking
Tobacco is the National Joy
could have been
Atlantic seaboard
Smoke. Local dealers are featur-
\ located on different continents, so :7riM1 Just RebellionMen ing Camels in your choice of two
; .
/ /, far as their Christmas celebrationswere handsome gift packages the
concerned. Camel carton of anda
q4Jdk : / seldom, or rather never fora
of the customs of Englandwere gay package of four "flat fif-
u Many length of time and deliberately, "
ties. Prince Albert is featured
: the southern colo-
followed by
t' rebel against anything that does the pound tin and the pound glass
nies of Georgia, Carolina, Maryland not deserve rebelling against.- humidor in specially designed
and Virginia. Here the Christmas
Carlyle. Christmas gift wrappings.-Adv.
season was a holiday in the true : F A
'" sense of the word. Feasting and :
:.; merrymaking were common, but religious r
: worship and prayer were not 1

G>T.- ; ? : ,c. forgotten. .5

:..: / In sharp contrast to this happy
/ celebration was the manner in which

i.;,: ... //7'1 #/ Christmas was marked in New

'. England. Puritan leaders did their 1
best to create a different conception Y
( :'YX
i of the day. Celebrations were
,. .
' ', '' ,' declared pagan in origin, and it was
, : believed such rites were out of keep
I ;:> : '- -, Two smell'blobs appeared far out i ing with the true spirit of the day.

\::>''. against the. snow.. Their efforts'were' overcome aftera
1\ number of years and New Eng-
: won't mind so much,'will you, Davie land yuletides gradually assumed a

I "I darling, because you'll know what character more like those of old HEATS
i happened. Just think, you saw the '
England. All
Day and Night '
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deer! And wasn't he beautiful? INTERIOR
i Christmas in the middle coloniesof Without Refueling VIEW'
':. "Yes," Davie drew a long sigh of New York, New Jersey, Penn- Pattern 2969.
! rapturous memory. He fell silent, sylvania and Delaware was cele- O Holds 100 Pounds of Coal
i',> then: "May 'I go out and play?" brated in the manner that the col- BE SMART! Crochet these mit- O Start a Fire but Once a Year f
The eleven o'clock sun was warm onists followed in their countries tens for that outdoor girl. The O Semi-Automatic, Magazine Feed "'

I : ; and she :bundled: him out. origin. In addition to England, these one laced up the back is "tops"in'red O most Requires furnaces less attention than '
' ,' Suddenly it was one o'clock and colonies were populated by people white and blue. The otheris
: time for lunch. And she had heard from Germany, Holland and Swe- worked in one piece. Patented construction of the Warm IT
Morning Heater is giving amazing result to 'p
no sound from Davie for hour!
(,:.. an den. The Germans, for example, thousands of users throughout America. Saves ; .
No answer when she called from brought to America the custom of you time work and fuel. No fires to rekindle. t
I the door. Davie wasn't in the yard. using the Christmas tree, but the There's always a Cousin Joe Holds Burns fire any tor kind several of coal days coke on briquets checked or draft.wood. ;;

;, Of course he had gone to find the Quakers of Philadelphia limited from Kokomo on, your Christmaslist. No clinkers only fine ash.
'- sleigh the tipped-over sleigh and the You'd like to send him more SEE YOUR DEALER or write for Free Literature "s ""
their observance to religious cere-
than card-'but can't affordan
i How could '
presents. she have failed
' monies. expensive gift. Send him a 114 W.llth St. Kansas City, Mo MODEL 120A
. to consider the way a child's mind Family reunions marked the sea- carton of cigarettes or a poundtin
: would work? of smoking tobacco. The cost PaL No. 2,255,527 N4
son in both the middle and southern
:/ .. She dared not leave the baby, who colonies. Houses were crowded with is moderate and it's a gift any
had a slight cold, nor start out with welcome guests who were treatedto smoker welcomes. More smokers
.. her on a search which might last for the best of fowls wines prefer Camels than any other cigarette -
" and, of the smoking tobaccos -
> hours. Nothing to do, then, but wait
:\ for Jock to come in midafternoon. sweetmeats. the National Joy Smoke is
Along the frontier Christmas wasa Prince Albert. Local dealers are
It was three o'clock'before' a small season of active merrymakingwhich featuring gift-wrapped Camel car-
I..ij blob appeared far out against the in places verged on rowdy- tons and a novel package of four
/Yl,. :, snow. Two small blobs, in fact. "flat fifties.." Also Prince Albert
y- She waited, sobbing with relief. ism.As Smoking Tobacco in pound ,tins Good Purpose more healthful life-I don't know
r:?' .-. -' "I didn't find Santa Claus'' sleigh, time went on, Christmas in and pound, glass humidors hand- ,To put in the hands of all peoplethe I of a better purpose in life than I

f:.. Mama," he explained as soon as he the became various fused sections until there of the is colonies todaya somely wrapped for giving.-Adv. means of a freer, broader and I that for anyone.-Henry Ford.

:y... could speak for her kisses, "but I considerable
similarity of
I:;" '. found his house. She lives there- prac
tices throughout the United States.
I :, and that was one of his reindeer.
'.<, The tracks went right into the yard. I'M SENDING CARTONS OF CAMELSF } '

L: Santa Claus was gone. There was St. Nicholas Loved
f' :. just a man asleep in the kitchen. I TO ALL THE.SMOKERS ON MY %js THOWEL

I ;, think he's.one of the toy-makers." For Piety GraceThe LISt CAMELS ARE ALWAYS GIFTfttCKAGES

r r .c, "No, that was Ned," said Goldi- ,
I.'.... ., .. locks. / WELCOME V

: k -. "What's your name, dear?" name of Santa Claus is mere- 'K THIS CHRISTMAS \ '

I "Phillie." ly slurring the Dutch San Nicho- i9/'' .
As the afternoon wore' on some las, which is, of course, Saint Nich- S ARE SO .S.v
I'r thing familiar about the contour of olas. American children are proba-

: '. the little face kept tickling her, mem- bly the only ones who say it exactly a ? Foay+, n 0 ff '.,:< tom' GAYANO ti, aSa wL\
ory until realization struck. that way.

-:" Golden curls and a blue zipper Nicholas was an actual person.

suit! Phillie! Ned-Ned Cozetti? 011 He was Bishop of Myra, in Lycia,
. course. This was the Bentley child. Asia Minor, in the first part of the

Phyllis Bentley, kidnaped Thanks- Fourth century, A. D. He was also
;:, giving day and given up for dead! the youngest bishop in the history of -
; Jock, bending to unlace his snow- the church. pa

1 was met by a whirlwind bun-. +
From the day of his birth Nicholas ye
L'shoes 1 died to its ears in shawls and sur-
revealed his piety and
grace. He
rounded by three miniature whirlwinds AT YOURDEALER'S
refused on' fast days to take the
r" similarly wrapped. / NOW
natural nourishment of a child.
; "Crank up the car rijjjif'away.. TheCamelcartonof
But Nicholas was not a barefoot 10 packages of 20'salsothenovelCamel-
We've got to get into town before
recluse vowed to THE SMOKE OF SLOWER-BURNING 14"house"
poverty. His father CAMELS CONTAINS
the office
telegraph closes. Do
you containing: j
was a wealthy merchant and
know who this child is?" The whirl 4 flat fifties. Both
wind gave a bounce and grasped his his riches enabled him to be a dispenser handsomely wrapped 28% LESS NICOTINE
of the good things in life. -ready to givo.EitherwaY.Youglve.
arm. "Phyllis Bentley, that's all .t ..a
And her mother thinks she's dead The feast of Saint Nicholas was zoo CamolsAmerithan the average of the 4 other largest-selling wri: Y ; :} ; c

1. and this is. Christmas eve. Oh, hur originally celebrated on December ca'a favorite cigacigarettes tested-less than any of them-according s4yzrc\
I ry! Davie was gone three hours today I 6. Later when church people in the rette to independent scientific tests of the smoke itself! Re4SQ S
k[. and I know just how she musi late Middle ages tried to suppress
f. feel. And if we get hauled up foi I the festivities which grew up around

driving,without a license, there'll be the Boy Saint's day, his festival
ten thousand dollars to pay the came to be associated with Christ CAMEL-THE CIGARETTE OF COSTLIER TOBACCOSDAVIE

"" fine!'" mas day.


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IAN:.:M: ..:..:..:. Screen Romances Silver Screen I
be issued
until the
The Clewiston News unless and same hours from the 10th day of December,
N. Sunday 'School Times, Sensations, shall have been approved by' a majority 1941, to and Including the 3rd day
of the votes cast at said electionIn of January, 1942.
Digest, True Confes- which a majority of the free- The following person! have been
Published every Friday In ClewIs to.. j sion, Top Notch, Tales of Temptation holders who are qualified electors appointed to, serve as Inspectors of

Florida,' by the CLEWISTON'; NEWS, .:......:.:.. :*:--o:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:*H'Sunday ,' True Story, Unity Whiz Bang, must residing participate.In. the City of Clewiston Election Mrs.: G.and B.as Rackstraw Clerk of, Election Inspector: ;

tnc. Westerns, Wonder Stories, Zest Only freeholders who are qualified Mrs. Keathley Bowden, Inspector;
and Monday we were
electors residing in the City of Clew- H. C. Avant, Inspector:
stunned at the sudden precipitationof III ton, Florida, shall be entitled to A. W. Lawrence, Clerk.
KJEATHLHY DO'VDEY, Editor country into war. vote at said election. That for the Done by order of the City, Commia-
our purpose of registering those persons Mon of the City of Clewiston. Florida,
Tuesday and Wednesday we were NEWSPAPER who are qualified to register for and this 9th day of December, 1941.
Entered as second class mail matter ADVERTISINGAT to vote In said election, the registra- M. W. BIGG,
February 1, 1927 at the Post Office In heart-broken at the news which tion books of the City of Clewistonwill City Clerk.
'Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of I seemed, as our President put it, be opened during usual office 5t. Dec. 12-19-26 1941 Jan. 291942..

March 3, 1897.SobNerlption .
"all bad". YOUR _

But yesterday we learn that our
2.00 Per Year. SERVICE
Rotc $
fighting forces are giving a full yy

Advertising notes On Application. account of themselves, and from TO.HELP YOU SE f

here on we expect to have our shareof I

Devoted to the advancement and wel- good news as well as bad from I f JfI

Tarc of Clewiston and Hendry County. the fighting.We .

recall our farewell thoughts' NOTICE OF INTENTION TO

to the first group of cadets who REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME ', '
MEMBER training here for their
;. FLORiax PRESS ASSOCIATION \ future RAF jobs. With heavy Notice Is hereby given that the
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION'; undersigned, under the provisions of
hearts said: "It's turn
we your f
IQ-H Chapter 20.953, Laws of Florida,
now. When our turn comes, never Acts of 1941, will register with the
fear. We'll be there"". Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and
for Hendry County, Florida upon
Senator Pepper again chooses a receipt of proof of publication of
this notice, the fictitious name, to- '
:peculiar method of representinghis Scouts Collecting wit: / l 1' '
, state when he attacks one of TURNER ELECTRIC CO. !
under which we are engaged in business -
:the largest corporations in it. Magazines at Clewiston Florida. That the

------ parties interested in said businessare
as follows:
:Even the weather .has joined into HARRY II. TURNER,
make 'us unusually depressivethis The Boy Scouts of Clewiston are II. D. TURNER. -'--''
City of Clewiston, County Hendry,
: week. The sun shone very joining other troops in Sunniland Florida. December 6, 1941.

Infrequently but helped a lot to Council in the collection of old No. 298-Dec. 12119-26 Jan. 2, 1942. Illl

'cheer us up when it did .come from magazines, which are being baled (JiJ ;';IE-,1 uiI

behind the clouds. and sold to paper dealers. This
project serves two purposes: it addsto TilE CITY OF CLEWISsTON", ;

"Remember Pearl Harbor" is being the Scout's treasury, and it con- FLORIDAA AIR

adopted as the U. S. battle serves paper which is growing increasingly special municipal election will

slogan. Rather do we think it important in the national be held in the City of Clewiston 1 CONDITIONEDLomaiW

should be "Remember Wake Is- defense program. Florida, from seven o'clock A. :M.,
until sundown onthe 13th day of
land" where the U. S. Marines are For the present the Scouts are January, 1942, at the City Hall in

making one of the most gallant collecting only one grade of paper the City of Clewiston, Florida, the
voting place or precinct where elec
stands in history against the invaders. due to the difficulty of sorting. tions are usually held in said City,

' These magazines are wanted: at which election the freeholders who
are qualified electors residing in Dependable Service .
American Needle Woman, Ace Clewiston, Florida, shall determine

Every school patron who is a High, American Fruit Grower, whether Water Revenue negotiable Certificates Electric shall and be Low Fares

qualified voter should cast a ballot Action, Amazing Stories, Armenian Issued by the City of ClewIs ton,

Tuesday for school trustees in their Friend, Argosy, Best Stories, Blue Florida, In the amount of $175.00Cfor

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set by the school board or vote Womanhood, Bellas Hess Cata- system and an electric powei and the North.
and light system, to be operated b y
another which they feel would be logue, Brief Stories, Bill Beard, the City of Clewiston as a singl !
'better suited to the needs of the Boyhood Days, Blade and Ledger system and paying the cost of re
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Whether the representatives in Comics Christian Herald, Comfort, Certificates proposed to be issue Ar. JACKSONVILLE .. 3IS PM1:45/ PM Way Trip

Congress ever do so again or ,not Current History, Classic, Congres- shall be dated the 1st day of January Ar.TALLAHASSEE . 4:4: PM 12:59 AM MIAMI $ 1.65 $ 3.00
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Toted the way their constituents tective Story, Every Day Photography semi-annually, shall be payable solely lv CANAL POINT . 5:20 PM1:25/ PM TAMPA. 2.80 5.05
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'"wished.-when they made a unani- Extra Money Farmer's Guide, from the operation of the electric ORLANDO 2.95 5.35

mous declaration of war against Florida Grower, Focus, Farm and and water system to be acquired b,p DIRECT CONNECTIONS AT JACKSONVIlLE, TAUA- TALLAHASSEE 6.25: 11.25:
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and a lien or:'all revenues to b "unanimous against Japan. and Fortune, Good Stories, Golden derived from the operation of sale I MACON 7.25 13. SSouthbound
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Days Grit
maintenance thereof, and shall mature
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'} / 3,000 ,. 1 194 4 Lv. .". 10:00 AM 2:00: AM
.Irs. Edith Dilley, this week be- Juvenile World, Ken Liberty, Life, : : -.1 January ,
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:permit forwarding. If one wishesto Leters mailed on the rural route Water Revenue Certificates has been
determined by the City Commission f
write a message on or accom- for delivery in Clewiston or mail- of the City of Clewiston, Florida bya

panyiiig the card it should be ed in the city for delivery on the resolution duly passed and adopted,,
and by the terms of said resolution
sealed and will take the
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r. 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, i
above styled court for the purpose of Son, W. B. Knight, D. U. Clerk Circuit Court, Hendry
J foreclosing tax liens on the follow- Fletcher, E. A. Gerth, Peter Tonne- County, Florida.4t .
Ing' parcels and lots of land situatein ller, H. B. Rowe, Geo. M. Hendry. Dec. 5-12-19-26, 1941. I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Hendry County, to-wit; : Leroy Lamereaux, J. M. Magill, W.
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME JsW'4 and Wof NE'i andy F. Daniel. Unless said certificates !
i/i of SEU of Section 5; W& of shall be redeemed according to law
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: SW"J4 and W% of NW& and E% the property described therein will NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
Notice is hereby given that theundersigned of NE'/i of SW# and SEVi of be sold to the highest bidder at the REGISTER FICTITIOUS, NAME I qmAc9t
under the provisions of SE& of Section 9: All Section court house door on the first Monday TO WHOM IT MAY
Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts 10; All Sectionl2; All Section 17; in the month of January, 1942, :
of 1941, will register with the Clerkof SE 4 of NEU and NWU of SE& I which is the 5th day of January, Notice Is hereby given that the I _
the Circuit Court, in and for of Section 21; % and SEi of 1942. undersigned, under the provisions of l uotutJc4rL
Hendry County, Florida, upon receiptof Section 29: W% of N'VJA and Dated this 1st day of December, Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida,
proof of publication of this notice, SEU and E 1941.
NE& of % of NW/4 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 I
CLEWISTON INN BEAUTY SHOP 46 South, Range 34 East. Clerk Circuit Court, Hendry for Hendry County Florida, f
I' under which: I am engaged In business You, and each, 'and all of you, and County, Florida. receipt of proof of publication upon of Ii
at Clewiston. all parties claiming an interest therein 4t. Dec. 5-12-19-2G. '1941. this notice, the fictitious name, to- i
That the party interested In said are further notified and 'required wit Neighborhood Grocery and Holland -
business is as follows: to file with the Clerk of said Court Inn, under which I am engaged I II t&Q tcoLt'e
LUCILE DOWNS your written appearance (personally NOTICE OK APPLICATION FOR in business at Clewlston. That the
City of Clewiston County Hendry, or by attorney), in said suit on TAX ,DEED party Interested in said business Is I
Florida, November 18 1941. (IMonday the 5th daof January, (Semite Bill No. 163) as follows:
No. 291. Nov. 21-28-Dec., 512. A. D. 1942, and thereafter file with NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that DELLA TOBIAS. I
said Clerk your written defense, if R. N. Miller, holder of Tax Certifi- City of Clewiston, County Hendry, !I II
any to the bill of complaint in said cates listed below, has filed same Florida, December 6, 1941.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT TWELFTH I.suit at the time prescribed by law, in my office, and has made applica- No. 293 4t. Dec. 7-14-21-28, 1941. I iL8eOtuMJaL-
or a decree will be entered againstyou
tion for
tax deed
a to be issued
and each and all of you by thereon. Said certificates FREE. Send for NEW booklet, con-
IN AND FOR HENDRYCOUN' I default.It the following described embrace I taining dozens of bright ideas to Improve -
Y. is further ordered that this the County of property in IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? your baking. Address: Rumford
State of
'- order of publication be published in da, to-wit: Flori- 3aklng Powder, Box T, Rumford. R.1.,

j IN CHANCERY. the Clewiston News, a newspaper of I No. 47, of July 3, 1939 N'h of ------
GEORGE W. WHITEHURST, general Florida, circulation once during in Hendry each week County for, SWK of NWK Section 20;, Town- .:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:---:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
ship 43 S
Complainant, Range 28 E. ? ..
vsMARY)- four consecutive weeks preceeding No. 48, of July 3. 1939; Sof 's' .=a
5, 1942.
LEE CARROLL, et al., January NWK of NWK Section 21, Town- Y ia
Defendants. WITNESS my hand and seal of ship 43 S, Range 28 E. J
office at LaBelle, Florida, this 4th .
No. 75, of July 7
day of December, A. D. 1941.
Lots 3 & 4 Section 3, Township Y
To the defendants' herein: :Mary Lee Clerk Circuit Court, Hendry No. 96, of September 3, 1928 f
Carroll, c/o Brune, Parker, Carey & County, Florida. Beginning 528 ft. N of SE ;
Gans, Baltimore, :Maryland, and 5t. Dec. 5-12-19-26 Jan. 2, 1942. Lot- 32, W 528 ft., north to river Cor, 1
Carroll, her husband. and the unknown Y
NE'ly along river to point
of At
Lee Y
spouse of said :Mary
Carroll; Mrs. Frances Korns. Spirit tion 7, 43
FOR FINAL Township S. Range 29 A
Lake, Iowa. and all parties claiming '
interests by, through. under or DISCHARGEIN E.No. A
211, of August 1, 1927; t
against F. R. Korns, deceased
; Lots 1 to 64 Blocks 66 & 67 Belle y
Florence Lester Lemper, 2546 Broad- THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Gardens. Y

way, Dubuque, Iowa, and -Lemper, JUDGE HENDRY COUNTY, STATEOF No. 212, of August I, 1927; Lots .Y ra0F f
her husband, and the unknown
spouseof FLORIDA.In 65
to 80 Blocks 66 to 67 Belle .
said Florence Lester Lemper; re the Estate of Gardens.No. s TYING PRESENTS ON ,1

Jennie L. Sorber, Wilkinsburg, Penn- I JAMES W. SCOTT, .. .. 203, of September 7,- 1931; :Y: r XM IS NOT ?
sylvania, and all parties claiming Deceased. :1' c-" '" "' Blocks 68, 69 Goodno's Addition Y -
. I Interests by. through, under, or In Probate. to LaBelle. Y COMMON rrs s o aa ua.bns ,

against M. P. Sorber. deceased; Albert .TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Ne. 241, of September 5, 1932; I y, wo ALL cusro. b..i.T .
F. Regal. Taconite, Minnesota, Notice is hereby given that Elbert f
Lots 6, 7, 8 Favors Sd., Section CHRISTIAN'COUNTRIES .:.
and Regal, his wife, and the L. Stewart has filed his final reportas 17 Township 43, Range 29. ._
unknown of the said Albert Y
spouse Administrator c. t. a. of the
No. 242, of September 5, 1932
I F. Regal; Sopla Becker Chicago, estate of James W. Scott, deceased; Lots 10, 11 Favors Sd., Section; Y Y
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 _: lt-, 2
the said Sopia Becker; Euphemia A. the Honorable R. :M. Harris, County 25 26 Favors Sd., Section 17, 'i._ a: ._
Wheeler, Battle Creek, Michigan and
Judge of Hendry County, Florida, on Township 43, Range 29.
Wheeler, her husband, and the the 5th day of January, 1942, for No. 248, of September 5, 1932 '
unknown spouse of the said EuphemiaA. approval of same and for final dis- Lots 58 to 60 Favors Sd., Section; + (Eplanation on page 12) .;;.
Wheeler: Elvira Princess Avery, charge as Administrator c. t. a. of 17, Township 43, Range 29. Y

her Galesburg husband, ,Illinois and the, and unknown- spouseof Avery, I the estate of James W. Scott, deceased No. 224, of September 5, 1932; .? ,..--,....... -- .- ,--
on this 5th day of De- -
N .i'
the said Elvira Princess % of N% of SEK of NWK Sec- .' 'J' ..
Avery "
; cember, 1941. : '
tion 17, 'r.
Township 43
Range 29,
Avenue Frances, Chicago McQuillen, ,Illinois 7305 Vinceinnes and ELBERT Administrator L. STEWART c. t. a of also known Sd. as Lot 10 W. T. Williams :;: li .I' : .

McQuillen his wife, and the unknown the estate of James W. s 'yoi
of September 5, 1932
spouse of the said Francis ;

McQuillen place of ;residence Otto A. is Patzwald unknown, whose, and Dec. 5-12-19-26 Scott Deceased.4t. 1941.. Sd.Lots 11, 21, 22 Block 4 Luckey ;_i. What finer gift can you give your family I:

Patzwald, his wife, and the unknown No. 406, of September 3, 1928;
spouse ,of the said Otto A. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR S% of N% of SW 4 of NWK *:: than a home of their own! In many :
Patzwald, and all parties claiming I TAX DEED Section 17, Township 43, Range 29.
.;' interests by, through, under, or (Senate Hill No. 103) No. 407 of September 3, 1928; ::: instances, monthly payments on a home :
Otto N% of S1of SWK of NWK
against A. Patzwald Cora
- French Williams and D. H.; Williams I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, thatR. Section 29. 17, Township 43, Range are less a month than rent. Why: not t
her husband, whose place of N. Miller, holder of Caloosahatchee
residence is unknown, and all parties Improvement District Tax Certificates No. 229, of September 2, 1929; :: talk with us about the modern to :
Slh of SU SE way k
claiming interests by, through, under, listed below has filed same in my 3'4 of NEK Section -
or against the said Cora French Nil office and has made 'application fora 17, Township 43, Range 29. home ?
Hams and D. H. Williams: J. M. tax deed to be issued thereon. No. 223, of September 5, 1932; :;: ownership :
Anderson and Ola Anderson, his wife, Said certificates embrace the follow- Lot 8 or W% of W% of NWK of Y's.
Honolulu, T. H.; Marie A. Johnson,, 'ing described property In the County NWK Section 17, Township 43, ':"
whose place of residence is unknown, of Hendry, State of, Florida, to- Range 29.
and Johnson, her husband, and 'wit: The assessment of the said prop- Y
the unknown spouse of the said No. 78, of September 7, 1931; erty under the said certificates issu- Y v
,Marie A.' Johnson; The Florida Lots 1, 2, 3 (Assessors Plat) Section ed was in the names of Unknown, X CLIffiltilWilBLflS5MliJtffl X
" State Drainage Land Company, a cor- 32.: Township 43, Range 29; J. J. Peadro, J. A. Tomhagen, F. B. A
: poration, and The Florida-Ever Formerly Glades County. Favor, Ollie Kirtland, J. N. Ros-
glades Land Company,, :a corporation, No. 75, of September 7, 1931; borough & Son R. G. Thomas, Joe +. .
each of said corporations having been Tract 5 (Assessors Plat) Section Carson McKahan & Thomas. Unless {
organized under the laws of the 32, Township 42, Range 29; said certificates shall be redeemed y
State of Colorado and dissolved under Formerly Glades County. according to law the property described Y ) Y
the laws of said State, and all un No.6. August 2, 1926: NEK of therein will be sold to the Y Y
known persons, or parties, claiming NEK Section 5, Township 43 S, highest bidder at the courthouse door X XA
through, or under or from said corporations Range 28 E. on the first Monday in the month of
o' ; The Scott Estate Company No. 25, of September 5, 1932; January, 1942, which Is the 5th day

a limited liability Company of E3/4 of NWK of NEK Section of January, 1942 I . . . .
Kansas City, Missouri, the status of 5, Township 43, Range 28. Dated this 1st day of December, 'tN:N X"X N x..x..X"X"X..x N X"X"X"X"X"X"X.X"XKl N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N......N.N.N.N.N...
.5 5 which, after diligent search and Inquiry No. 78, of September 5, 1928 ,
; - - --- - --- --------------------------------------- -- -
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is unknown, and to all W Kof SEK of
persons NEK Section
interested in such organization 5, .:N:N:NNN:N:MNN N N:N:NN:N N:N:N M;.:N:N:N N:N:M:N:N:N:M:N:N:N:N:N:N:M:N:0(N:N:N:N:N:N:+:N N:N:N:N N M:N N N:N:N:..:N:N:N N:N N:o--t
all unknown persons, or parties, and, Township No. 22, of 43, September Range 28. 7, 1936; ": .".."..".".,,..":,....:......:.....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;.

claiming through, or under, or from I SWK of NWK & NWK of SWK yy. .s, :
said ..
Company. Section 6, Township 43, Range 28. p. "
You and each of you and all[ No. 23. of September 7, 1936; 1t.. .:.
parties having, or claiming to have EI of SW14 Section 7, Township .s.
any right, title, or interest in the I 43, Range 28. .1Y... ....
.lands hereinafter described are here- No.7, of August 2, 1926; W% .;..: .;.(.
------- of SWK Section 7, Township 43 ....s. : ENJOY AN ....
S, Range 28 E. .:..s. ;": '1.$.
No. 16, of August 2 .s. '. .s
1926; .i..s. ,&
NWK of SWK Section 16, Town- ..... .'./
:', ': J. M. COUSE ship 43 S, Range 28 E. .s..!. '.: .:t
No. 102, of September 3, 1928; + i '. ": '2\' : .s.:
::: :: : ALL ELECTRIC ;
Counselor 396 by 330 ft. in .SE Corner Sec- 's. ", 'cl ;-, .' ,..
and s : : ,
Attorney at Law tion 17, Township 43 S, Range yy l.: .-" :: : .f .:. ....

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

Wednesdays and Saturdays NK Section of 17 SEK, of NEK of SEK ::::i: J ':"' :.;'. H 0 M E.",.".. .;...
Township 43 S, Range .s..s. 'f.' '. : "j.-
,. "
28 E.No.
0:30 to 4:00 -
P '.'- '" .
" 62, of September 7, 1936: ** -- .::. i: :::f:
EH of NEK & N% of NE1of, :

Range SEK Section 28 E. 17, Township 43 S, :!:::: AIV :It::;

No., 39, of September 5, 1932; tt

: & PLUMBING SHOP j Section 28 E.No.. 18, Township 43 S, Range :::: Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that ::.:.

'i1S: Anything in Plumbing Fixtures Slit .of 52 NEK, of September Section 18,7,Town-1931; ::;::s:: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :'s.:::

:' Prompt, Efficient Service Gov.ship No.Lots 43 53 S,,1,of Raqge 2, September 3 &28 NWK E. 7 of, SEK 1931; :i::!:: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently .*.*'

'r, PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr. 28 Section E.No. 19, Township 43 S, Range ..!:...::.. I and economica II y. ::s:.;::

5- 131, of .:..:. .:.
5 August 1, 1927; EV I I .. .
.,' of E% Lot 2 and E% of SE1 of : s

NWK tion, E&59 Beginning yards, to center creek,of SW'ly;Sec- ::_;;: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or %Z::5:

::' Ehney & FosterPAINT I river along to creek pt. S to of river beginning, W along N to :i::.i.::: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate !i.Oj".{.

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

tp No. 40, of September 5, 1932

Sprayer For Floor Furniture Sanding ,Painting Jj Wit Township of SE'of 43 S, Range NWK Section 28 E. 20,: 3::.;:. one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. :i:..::

No. 130 of August 1, 1927; W% s : A.s.
" Phone C9 Free EstimatesJohnson's of E% Lot 2 and W' of SEK .YY... .=.._.

;f. of 43 S NWK, Range Section 28 E. 20, Township ::::::.: .That is why It is so easy to have and enjoy a home .i.'..;.

i, Wi No. of 129 W3Lot, of August 2, Section 1, 1927 20, :s;:{: that IS all electric and modern. :;:"i

Township 43 S, Range 28 E. y AAt
..., : Fish Camp No. 207, of September 2, 1929- ..:.
, .s.
Lot 10 Block 4, Luckey Sd, '
: :
.f,:: (Near Hurricane Gate) No. 308, of September 7, 1931' .s"s' ..s..s.Y ..A.
Gov. Lots 3, 4
Clewiston Section 6, Town .
Fla. &S
ship 43 S, Range 30 E. '
Boats and l\Iotors-Guide ServiceRates No. 252, of September 2. 1929N :!:? ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- : f
% of NWK and Of' .
Reasonable SWK NWK .:. ....
Section 3, Township 44 S, Range ..s. .,.s.
;:: W. II. Johnson, Mgr. 29 E.The '....s..s. ._.._.

l I under assessment the said of certificates the said property Issu-- :::;: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. :!::::

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At Alderman's Sandwich Shop ::_:

?:;: Y Ii Glades Power and Light .CO" IIY

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

_y; Taxi Service to Any Part of City at Reasonable Rates A

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I PAROLE SUPERVISORG. mfnent domain proceedings by the< REQUIREMENTS MODIFIEDThe

county for the purpose of securingthe CAPTAIN'S INSPECTION ON BOARD ONE
balance of the right-of-way Navy Department throughLiet.

on state highway 164 on a stretch OF THE U.S. NAVY'S "COVERED S. A. Jones, U. S. Navy, Ret.
of road under construction by the Officer-in-Charge, today that the
state road department.The physical requirements for enlist-
SRD let the contract Nov. ment in the Naval Reserve have
14 to pave Bridge 'street from the been modified and urges all men

Caloosahatchee 25'river bridge to :a:>SY4R. ,$ L4'0. !w yx); : ??;?'ifr:,., ,..! who have been rejected for enlist
and main street
state highway anS'r ti ? : : J s
% ment to again apply at their, local
nJ aSu 1: r.7.,; SJ:.+,siL;. ?v,,; ; ij
25 to the beginningof
from highway ;
r.;iycvhyyirjr;? r.y{ >i:;f f: WAGONS"I Navy Recruiting[ Station.
the paving on road 164 at the
Four Way station, to James H.
xS Craggs, Ocala contractor on a low
bid of $72,995.Judge .
Whitehurst set Saturday
f 3 e4inw+ morning, 10 o'clock as the hour on A

which condemnation proceedings ,
and complaints will be heard.

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Southern Garden advOr1IsedIn =


Whether large or small, a gar-
B. Hunt, who is the parole den should have some main pointof
and probation supervisor for the interest to raise it from the
mediocre to the distinctive class.
Parole Commission the
This is accomplished in a numberof

-County. Hunt's headquarters: will I statuary, an unusual walk pattern,
be in Arcadia. a pool, well chosen garden furni- I
ture, or potted plants strategically Men
placed can contribute' that certain Members of the crew of the air- landed in slightly more than twice
Whitehurst something that makes one garden craft carrier U. S. S. SARATOGAare this time. In spite of their 'great
Judge stand out above another.In pictured as they line up for Captain height and length, these carriers are
ramblings we have observed s inspection.Aircraft carriers in officially credited with designed \
Appoints AppraisersHendry our particularly pleasing the U. S. Navy are called "covered speeds of from 29 to 34 knots,whichis Priced from 50c to $2
some wagons" because their miniature nearly that of the destroyers. t 1
color effects that were just as outstanding half-acre airfields serve as the top- With new Navy ships of all de-
( County News. ) as an architectural fea- side decks for their hangars beneath scriptions being launched at the rate Ties HandkerchiefsTie
Circuit Judge George W. White- ture would have been. A red bud and form the largest covered decksof of at least one every ten days, the Chains Suspenders
morning appointed tree blooming over a fence entirely any type ship in the Navy. Navy and Naval Reserve need men Socks Shirts
hurst Monday covered with weeping lantanaL. e At the present time the U.S.Navy and} offer opportunities for any quali- Belts Pajamas
three appraisers, C. A. Davis, R. N. has six carriers in operation from fied young man toreceive, free spe-
:Miller and W. P. Andrews, for the ( sellowiana) is unforgettable, I any one of whose decks as many as cialized training worth hundreds of Glass Wallets Polo Shirts
purpose of setting a valuation on as is a brilliant Paul's Scarlet rose seventy-four planes can be launchedin dollars while receiving excellent pay
57 parcels of land affected by em- growing out of a bed of deep pur- eighteen minutes and can be from the first day of enlistment.
ple irises. Daphne Salmon azaleasare
beautiful alone but are hardto I
I combine. However, eranthy- crape myrtle and oleanders, or a mittance to the field. I

mum makes a perfect companion planting of the fast growing moon I Priced from $2 to $5
plant. Its vivid blue blossoms are vine or the slower growing star $10,000 To Be Asked
jasmine seems to bring the gardento I )
Good FarmLand just right with; the delicate tone Shirts Shoes
of the azeleas. life at night. There are varietiesof ,For Right Of Way
PajamasSleeveless Hats.. '
Yellow' Queen and White Excelsior white water lilies that bloom at
irises bloom when pansies night and Cooper.ia are night- Koinife
are at their height. They lend It is fun to make a mental note (Hendry County News) Sweaters Belt Sets
themselves to formal or informal blooming rain lilies The board of county commis- Dopp-Kits JacketsHouse
j planting and blend happily. Spirea of the most appealing feature of sioners adopted a resolution ask- Slippers Fitted Cases
; for Rent bas: been used often to soften unpleasant every garden visited, and to pig- ing for a. loan of $10,000 for the
color combinations in eonhole it away for future ref- purpose of securing the necessary
plantings of azaleas. We'suggest erence. In this way we accumulatea right of way on Bridge and Main
f for! variety white Japanese quince vast store of information to ,be streets on the stretch which is
( with early azaleas and a more drawn on when we need it. under construction by the state road

i I general planting of mockorange.In department, and for outfall ditches Priced from $5.00 up
planting Lycoris remember Guard Increased and borrow pits. i
'j that: they bloom on bare stems before The county has to its credit Leisure Coats Tuxedos
Trespassers : their leaves appear. Their At,' Riddle Field with the state road*" departmentcertain All Wool Robes Suits
true beauty is lost unless a green surplus gas tax funds due Silk Robes ShoesValAPaks
Will Be background is provided. Planting and to I become due in excess of : Rain Coats
the: bulbs among daylilies is'a good With the outbreak of war with this amount and the loan wouldbe Sport Coats Top Coats
idea because, blooming at different an advancement on these funds.
ProsecutedClewiston Japan Sunday, officials of Riddle Luggage .'. Slacks
times, the daylilies make- an Field immediately banned -the entrance -
excellent substitute for the 'dor- ; of visitors save those who
mant lycoris foliage.In had important business to trans- AND MANY'O.THER. 'ITEMS
an otherwise green garden of act at the field. Even those people I A
lawn and clipped hedges, a spot of I who had entertained cadets in their.
color: may be introduced by plant- homes over the week-end were not. 5ALESM
Ing drifts of oxalis at the base of
allowed to enter, the cadets ;walk- x
Realty And the: hedges. This is a good situation ing from the entrance back to the WHO 'We "Gift Wrap" Your Package
for naturalizing bulbs to produce barracks, a distance of about a WORKS
varying effects with the mile.
DevelopmentCorpol'ation changing: seasons. Guards have been increased, at CHEAP FREE
The all white garden can be least seven new ones being addedon '
very dramatic, especially at night. Tuesday. A gate has been built
Where the garden is enjoyed after at the entrance and only workmen nEWsPAPER Sidney Davis Men's Shop
dark this feature may be developed with badges and those showing
U- I ; to advantage. The use of white I I proper credentials will be given ad- DV gTISIn
I m 1024 First Street Fort Myers

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Too Late To ClassifyBy selves either united or determined. forgotten and every true FloridianIs 1 counted upon, and there is work carry us through if we swing along;

America today Is aroused as never anxious and eager to do every- that all can do. shoulder to shoulder-soldier and

before in her history, her wrath is thing possible to help in this '
RUSSELL KAY em- I The march to victory may be civilian, industry and labor, govern-

righteous and her cause Just. Now ergency., Now that the fog of uncertainty rough and over a rugged road, ment and governed free and
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first news"of job to do, and she will grimly where we are going and why, every sacrifice for all. But American, I fighting a: common enemy.Clewiston's .
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the treacherous and cowardly at- and determinedly set about doing .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,

is trickling in. The St. :
tack by Japan y ..
war of nerves Is ended and the But let's not kid ourselves. The
task is not an easy one. This is
war of action begun. It was not
into all-out effort I i
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sought by the United States but
and the victory will not come ina
now that it has come we accept
week or a month. We are still
the challenge and enter the conflict
and it will require the

unflinchingly. full cooperation of everyone, service i
tell of considerable Christmas
Dispatches Gift I.s
damage with losses sustained by men and civilians alike, to win.
We must forget our selfish Interests ..
our military forces at several A ..
cease squabbling among f h
At the moment it is im- '
points. ourselves, and go to work. "That "
possible to ascertain the extent of ;
this fact is already fully realizedis 1 I
such losses but indications are that Headquarters
evidenced by the action of laborin

they are substantial. immediately calling off proposed .'
this initial damage and
Despite strikes and pledging its full effort. y Y
its attendant regrettable loss oflives :s: . . .
To 'the credit of Senator Wheeler, S .l...M.M.M.**.*.*.**.***ijjj*.ji**.**.**.**i'i4iiij*.j' :XY:
any temporary advantage the America First Committee and

Japan may have gained is far over- other Isolationist proponents, they 1 X

action shadowed has by served the to fact electrify that this and have swiftly joined forces with We have on display one of the largest and most complete stocks of

unify our entire nation. their their fellow full cooperation Americans and to win pledged the :;: Christmas gift merchandise in .the history of our store. :;:

Where there was question, ask- .s.
war now that we're in it. 4I
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many as to what our course shouldbe From time to time through this : You can easily do all of your Christmas shopping under one roof. t
column I have been critical of ,
a few hours ago, there is none 's. I
today. By her dastardly action, certain governmental activities :s:. Our grocery department has everything needed for the Christmas :_:

with her first bomb swept when I honestly ,felt that such +

Nippon uncertainty from the minds and criticism was deserved and, if :s: feast-soup to nuts; our hardware and furniture department has a

hearts of 130,000,000 Americansand given, would help to remedy the :: wide assortment of gift choices for the home in 1
united them as one against a situation, and only last week I ; our dry goods ::

pointed out certain weaknesses in and notions be found the
common enemy. department can personal gifts to satisfy *
the national civil defense effort
Had chosen to ignore us
and allowed her defiance to center that in my opinion was serving to :;: the most fastidious ; and any child will be made happy by the :;:

hinder Its effectiveness.In J S s

itself course in an would invasion have of been Thailandour much the fact of what has happened selection of 'a gift from our. TOY DEPARTMENT.

more difficult. In that case the my complaint becomes trivial I .s s. : ..,

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decision. In that event It is doubt- to make America really and fully 's.y

"defense conscious" than any- ; ; BE SURE TO VISIT. !%
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President, Mayor LaGuardia or any-

YOUR $$ IF tWILL one Florida else. is extremely fortunate in !_j

I YOU the fact that no state in the nation P ARKINSON'Si;

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civil defense program than we have. y

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FAR THE ADSIS by Governor Holland in selectingthe Before Purchases
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.I Mrs. G. B. Thomas and Mary and coffee. The guests were Mrs. o'clock. Tickets will be sold by| Town
Louise Thomas spent the weekendin Malley Palmer, Mrs. Roy Alston, every one on the team.., We want Cage
Safety Harbor with Mrs.: G. B. Mrs. Blanche Turner, Mrs. R. C. you to be there.FOURTH .
{ Personals ,1 Thomas, Sr. They visited Mr. Nowling, Mrs. Campbell Nail, Mrs.B. Captains MeetTeam

Thomas in Bay Pines Hospital Sun- J. Schrpeder and Mrs. R. C. GRADE NEWS
day. Latest reports are that Mr. Wilson. RUTH OKERSTROM
captains of
Thomas Is recovering from a badly This week we are glad to have teams met, at the seven town
-Mrs. H. R. Hall was a visitor in wrenched back and expects to be GARDEN CLUB TO MEET Bobby Smith back with us again. Center Wednesday night Community.to

Miami Friday and Saturday. up and about in a few days. He has been absent for the past plans for a basketball league in form the

Thursday, December 18th, the two weeks on account of serious lake area. Plans had been
Jack Moorman returned' the first Clewlston Garden Club will illness.. made
t Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt meetat for a six-team league but
!' were Saturday visitors in Fort of the week from Norfolk, Va., the Community Center ,at 3 Nellie Fletcher became, a mem- teams from Riddle Field will be
Myers. where he was released from the U. o'clock for its December meeting. ber of our class this week. She added to make in eight-team
S. Navy after several weeks' service. : Mrs. H. C. Kolstad will be in came from Arcadia.; league.To .

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Crochet and Jack passed his physical examination -: charge of a program on the subject We are sorry to lose Sarah
r. Mrs. Arthur Bong spent Saturday following enlistment, but an "Christmas Decorations", stressingthe Humphries who returned to Naples league interest in the
4n West Palm Beach. old leg injury left a muscle weak- use of native materials. Mr. last Saturday.. play, the captains have do'ceded
ness which showed up during Kurtz of Canal Point is giving to give two cash prizes of

IMrs. A. H. King, Mrs. Fred Topper, training, and caused him to be released petunia plants to members of the 10TH GRADE NEWS submitted five dollars for each the for league.the best The names

:Miss Florine Moore and Ed Clark from service. Garden Club who will ,call atParkinson's We can at least make the state- closes on December 25 contest and

were ;visitors in Miami, Saturday. store Saturday morn- ment that Miss Neely's cloak room all are eligible to enter except' the
PackardO'NealMiss'Bernice ing. was cleaned out. Now, it is almost team members. and members of

Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Mumfordand bare except for a guitar, 13 their families. Entries should be
Mrs. Edmund M. Blake spent VOLUNTEER RED CROSS coat hangers, a pair of band pants, mailed to Jimmie Wilson at Clew.
Wednesday in West Palm Beach. O'Neal, formerly of WORKERS RECEIVE BADGES a broom stick, a towel, a pair ,of iston.
I Clewiston, became the bride of tennis shoes, and a 1916 calendar.
Charles Packwood of West Palm The Clewiston Red Cross chapterhas We Two league officers were elected,
our sincerest
Mrs. P. JM. McIntyre and Miffs sympa George
Beach in a pretty ceremony per-i, issued Red Cross badges'to thy 'to the Dunaway in Scarborough of Belle Glade,
.Leah Richaud were visitors in West family their president
formed in the First Presbyterianchurch volunteer workers, 'signifying the time of sorrow. We and Jimmie Wilson o(
Palm Beach Wednesday. are very gladto Clewiston
r of West Palm Beach Saturday completion of one hundred or more have Medford back with us so secretary. ,
evening at ten o'clock. Rev. hours of production work to a League play will start the first
;> Miss Laura Matteson spent yes- Clark Neale Edwards, minister of large group of volunteers. soon.When Miss Neely came into the week in January with the opening
in West Palm Beach
on the church, officiated. The following is the list of those room Wednesday, she was games to be played in Belle Glade
business.Mr. very
Preceding the ceremony Miss who have earned these badges: disgusted.. By the white spots on and Moore Haven so. that all teams
Mrs. W. M. Bradnack, Mrs. M. the will have the advantage of an in
;' and Mrs.' Philip Thielen are Valeria Garrett sang "Because". walls and on John Robbins door
parents of a baby girl who was The bride was attended by Miss M. Prewitt, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, and Mauryne Prewitts backs there court.
born at their home here Saturday. Inez Anderson, of Sarasota, and the Mrs. A. L' Hackett, Mrs. R. Y. must have been an eraser fight j The seven captains present at
l(groom was attended by his father, Patterson, .1\Irs..T. A. McGehee, What do you think? It doe n't the meeting were: Rupert Mock
Mrs. W.: H. Lanier and Mrs. R. ; Captain Frank H. Packwood. Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. F. D. Duff, take long for people to get into of Pahokee, George Scarboroughof
i C. Wilson were visitors in West'Palm' The bride wore a smart ensemble Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, Mrs. O. trouble. Belle Glade, O'Neil Walker of

Beach Thursday. of navy blue crepe with blue and F. Thompson, Mrs. E. M. Rodriguez,' Now, that we have a new re South Bay, Jimmie Wilson of Clew

white accessories and a corsage of Mrs. Gratton George, Miss Shirley porter, he may be able to keep iston, Jack Hopkins of Riddle Field,
Miss Mildred Durst spent the gardenias and tuberoses. Miss Rodriguez, Mrs. Dean King, Mrs. himself out of the news. (He's Broward Daniel of Moore Haven

-' week-end in Bradenton' visiting her Anderson wore aqua crepe and her I ,Charles, Fuller, Mrs. Ruth :E. publicity and love sick). and Coach Raymond Milwee of La-
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. flowers were roses. Owens, Mrs. Fred Morrison, Mrs. Belle.
JM. C. An informal reception was held W. W. Perry, Mrs. Edmond M. 7TH GRADE NEWS Another meeting will be held on

Russell.'M, the home of the bride's mother,, Blake,. Mrs. Harry Vaughn, Mrs. CHARLES BENBOW December 17th, next. Wednesday,
Mr. rs. Peggy O'Neal following the Campbell Nail, Mrs. Sam Young, We have drawn to complete league rules and
spent the week-end in Bradentonand cP ramnnv. Mis "Rnhprta fjonro-o Mrs. F. M. Mueller, ,Mrs. W. T. I Christmas names for our schedules. This will' also be held

in Palmetto with relatives. and Halson Avant of-- --Clewiston----0- Wheeless., Mrs. C. E. Guess.---, -Mrs----,. havp. wh-n exchange_0 j---"", which-.._ ,."'we._,_ .will .at the Community Center here.
were among the guests at the wed- Joe Robbins. Sirs. W C. Owen, I party- at the"end v of u Vasa{.1.Yl J *
Mrs. W. T. Wheelless and her ding' and reception. Mrs. J. G. Niblack, Mrs. E. W. i the close of next week before To Shop-keepers; traders, and

daughter, Mrs. James M.. Boyd 'and Mrs. Packwood graduated from Durst, Mrs. W. E. 'Dilley, Mrs. J. holidays.The school for the others:

the latter's' children, spent the the Clewiston High School in 1938 E. Beardsley, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, The officer commanding No. 5

week-end in Fort Myers. and has since completed a coursein Mrs E. E. Kelly, Mrs. M. H. Moore, picture show to be shown British Flying Training School,

Ray's School of ,Beauty: Culture Mrs. W P. Vaughn, Sr., Mrs. R. in'' the following week is Clewiston, Florida, desires to inform
"For -
H. T. Frierson spent the week- in Orlando. Mr. Packwood is a J. Blount, Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot' Health and Happiness" on Decem- shop-keepers: and traders'as
-: end in Fort Myers with his sister, graduate of the Palm Beach High Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs! W. J. ber 18. well as the public generally that

f Mrs. Oliver H. Sciple and Mr. School, and is associated with the Robison; Mrs. Jimmy Wilson; Mrs. the Royal Air,, Force wil not be

Sciple. | Palm Beach Mather Furniture Com- O. A. Ward and Mrs. R. C.. Wilson. 6TH GRADE NEWS responsible for? any' debts contracted -

pany. I by cadets of his unit.
wonder Supplierswho
Miss Martha Nell Alston, of Mr. and Mrs. Packwood THE COAIMUNITY: CHURCH why C. D. is wearing
are give credit
lipstick? Some Royal Air Force
Barry College for Women, Miami residing in the home which they decorating girls have finished cadets dQ so at their own risk.
Beach, spent the week-end at her recently built at 6107 Garden Dr. Edward Bryant Landis pastor our bulletin board
., home here. Avenue, West Palm Beach. Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Clas- carrying I out the Christmas theme. ,
ses for all. A welcome' for all. wonder ifJ., R. will talk back
anymore. FOR RENT: Nice'' front room. Can
." .. Little David ,Prewitt, son of Mr. BRIDGE CLUB ACTIVITIES Morning worship, 11:00 Sermon sleep three. Also large room for
: and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, is. recover- > by Dr. Landis. '.-. ,, two. In
n.ew" house all
5TII new, com-
ing rapidly from pneumonia which 3 l\Irs.J. Grady Niblack entertain A- cordial invitation is 'extended GRADE .NEWS fortable furniture. Plenty hot

developed the latter' part of last ed her bridge club Friday afternoon to all for all services' of the church. We have a new pupil in our water. Mis. Thos. Boals. E. Ven-

week. in her apartment In the Hopkins A Christmas Cantata under the L Horn.room from Lake Placid. Betty tura street, (house with red roof,

Building. First prize was won by direction of J. E. Beardsley will i 2 blks. south of Ford garage).
Miss A'dis ,Bolton and Joe Hall M rs.' R. N. Smith and second by be given Sunday night, December --- i'j'j

attended a showing of "SergeantYork" Mrs. Carl Johnson.. 21st sat the Clewiston Community :;::..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.................. .
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in Fort Myers Sunday Plans Church The cantata '
evening were made for the annual chosen this .
. Christmas party of the club which year is "The World's True Light". :i: s
will be held on December 19th at by R. M. Stults. ;A; FRESH SEA FOOD DAILY ::

Mrs W. E. Dilley, Mrs. R. N. the home of Mrs. R .N.: Smith. All, members, friends and visitors i: .A:
Smith, Bobby ,Smith, Mrs. F. E. Two new members were invited of the community are cordially in- :: I ; SPANISH MACKEREL FREEDELIVERY _:-_

Conkling and Mrs. Gail Johnson and accepted into the club-Mrs. vited. The cantata program will :j: RED FISH ON ::
were visitors in Fort Mjers: Sat J.. E. Beardsley and Mrs. R. C. begin at '8 'o' lock and will last ::: ,' OYSTERS SHRIMP, FRIDAYS _:_ .
urday. Wilson. approximately 40 minutes. '

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Wing Commander K. J. Rampklin to Mrs. C. J. Nielsen, Mrs. Carl -_:- -.-
I., and Flight Lieutenant H. Rollinsof E. Johnson, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. _:_- JOE GRIFFIN ._--_
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Riddle Field spent the week J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. R. N. Smith, -i- -i-
end in Fort Myers as guests of Mrs. F. E. Conkling and Airs W. -:- Across Industrial Canal from Engr. Warehouse s;
Dr. C. M. Joyce.: They made the E. Dilley. THE STAFF y

'trip over in one of the North Elizabeth Wiim ................ Humor -:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::y$
American advanced trainer planes. Mrs. A. W. Lawrence entertained Mauryne Prewitt ...... Chief Reporter

her bridge club at her home Jeanne O'Neill ..._..._.__ Society -- -- .-.- U.. h'_ _. ,, .. __ _
Mrs.: G. E. Etherton and baby Tuesday night, awarding costume Juanita Burkett ....._..._... Faculty .. -- '- .. -- -. -' '
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'Sunday from Miami where. they Wilson, who won first prize, '' and Bainard Leiter and

spent two weeks with Mrs. Etherton's Mrs. George Crow, who won the Kemper Bond __..__....._ Sports ALL SUPPLIES FOR .

parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. R. travelling prize. Marianne Jones ...._...._...._ Clubs
Maxwell. The baby, who was quite The hostess served cherry pie Jimmy Paul ..._........._ Reporter .
111 with pneumonia, had recovered and coffee at the close of play, to Gloria McDuffie _........ Specialties
before she was brought home.R. Mrs. R. M.. Hare, Jr., Mrs. R. J. Class Reporters Xmas lighting

Lee, Mrs. A. C.. Carlton, Mrs. Foy Betty McDuffie, Philip McLeod,
L. Coker returned Tuesday'night Durrence, Mrs. V. C. Woodward, Gloria McDnffie, Beulali Guthrie.
from New York where he'Mrs. Crow and Mrs. Wilson.
was called to the bedside of his ;
'father, R. L. Coker, Sr., who sustained Miss Mae Pajmer entertained the I The Christmas program will be 'Xmax Tree Lights Outdoor ,Lights

injuries in a fall a few evening bridge club at her apartment given in the School Auditoriumon
.. days earlier. The elder Mr. Coker Wednesday evening. First Thursday, December 18 at 800.
/ received a broken arm, leg, and a prize, a lace scarf was won by Mrs. The Glee Club and other students

'skull facture, but was rallying fo Blanche' Turner; and second, a are participating. We expect a big I .'
lowing an operation and given an ,vanity set, by Mrs. Malley Palmer. turn-out of townspeople and pa- .
even chance for rents alike. t.. ,
recovery. Refreshments Give A *
Labor-Saver .
were For .
cocoanut pie ,,........ .
School will be out .
Friday: 19, ; : :,:i.t.
'til January 5.
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INSTALLMENT SIX Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof cold coffee instead of water.

THE STORY SO FAR: Larry Cutter rytng him. Jacqueline had just lost her and they signed contract permitting: (Released by Western,Chicago.Newspaper Union.) .
fell'In love with Jacqueline Jack) Anthony We's savings In the stock market, and her to continue her mode of living, and The flavor of gravies is greatly
pretty public stenographer at the her father had recently left ,her when to nullify the marriage after six months. improved if made with milk in-
Hotel Raynear. When she told him I she refused him additional money for They drove home in silence after being Lesson for December 14 stead of water.
about her loosing for travel he said work on his Inventions. Stunned by this married In a nearby town. *
she could realize her ambitions by mar- double blow, she accepted his proposal Now continue with the story.
Lesson subjects and Scripture' texts selected Strong and hot
soapsuds water
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Jacqueline's heart was obsessed her little workshop. She would not "Are you?" It was said with a permission.CHRISTIAN Council of. Religious Education: used by will that remove has become stains discolored from pewter and +_

with a vague sadness that deep- admit it to herself, but she was creditable lack of concern.' dark.

ened with each passing mile. She watching for those familiar broad "Yes. Running out to Chicago to STEWARDSHIPLESSON .

was not sure she cared to analyzeit. shoulders, a figure in gray tweeds, check up on a matter. I'll be back Do not
There was a little fear in her walking with an easy swinging here, though. This is headquarters, TEXT-II. Corinthians 8:1-9; put too much wax on
9:6.: 7.GOLDEN. floors. A little
wax plenty of
mind I as well. It was all so unreal. stride. from now on. Do you know the law TEXT-It Is required In stew. polishing makes
Courtland street at last. The road- She found herself wondering what firm of Hicks and Hicks?" ards,'that a man be found faithful. Corin floor. a better-looking

ster stopped before the door of 907. Larry had done Sunday. What he "I've heard of them." thians 4:2.

Jacqueline had already formulateda might be doing today. Did he remember "Wouldn't wonder. Young Ran-

plan of procedure. With a quick everything? Did he want- dolph Hicks is a friend of mine. If The Christmas season, when there

move, she opened the car door, Five o'clock came. Fivethirty.With you ever have occasion to talk to I is so much thought about gifts, is a MUSCULAR

stepped out and closed it behind her. a little sigh, Jacqueline start- him, he's a square shooter." I most appropriate time for a lesson

"Good night ." she began. ed clearing her desk for the day. "Thank you. I've no reason to I on Christian giving. Dr. John Willis RHEUMATIC PAINFor

Then she gave an unsteady laugh."I She opened the little tin box' in the consult a lawyer that I knowof. Baer was once asked: "How can l Qui

came very near saying that I top drawer and was about to trans- Have I?" we raise" money for foreign mis-

had a nice time. I did!" fer the 'day's receipts to her purse, "Of" sions? Quick as a flash, he an- _
course not. But, you see swered "Don't raise it it."
when drawling voice behind her
"Thank Larry's were a
you. well, if I ever were to need one of
"If all believers could
"Could take letter come to a true
gripping the wheel hard. "I will inquired, you a those call executor
guys they an ,
But needn'tworry. Miss Anthony?" knowledge of what the New Testa-
see you soon you ; Rannie would be it. You'd find that ment
About anything." It was Mr. Cutter, Larry her out." regarding giving, and
And Jacqueline was Into husband. Smiling down at her in would seriously put this knowledgeinto Valuable Polonium
gone. "You mean .. he knows? The practice the Christian church
the vestibule where she fitted her trfat friendly, impersonal fashion of Polonium material
tone of the question was cold. Larry could advance more in the next 10 a extracted
key into'the lock with trembling fingers his. from radium and
had promised that no one need be than it has advanced in ore costing
Down the long gloomy hall. Jacqueline strove to match his years any about $2,000,000 an ounce, is now
50 in its history" Wilbur M.
Home again.. attitude she reached into told."Yes. years ( used in
as certain
even .- But you can trust him ab Smith). a spark-plug alloy. ,
For a moment, she stood in the her desk automatically'for a letter- solutely. I had to tell him, be- The price is not considered pro- '

middle of the room, looking about as head. Larry meantime, had cause I have an estate now. I. An Example of Liberality ;hibitive, however_ because of the

if she were in a strange place. Thenat dropped into the official chair and You should know'about the arrange- (8:1-5). ,"minute traces" required.AIIEGETABLE. '

her, left hand. Very slowly, she was regarding her gravely. ment. But that isn't what I wantedto For some reason people are over-
the from her are ?" ly sensitive when one speaks of
stripped wedding'band "How you today talk about. Seeing I'm going
money. The subject must be
approached -
'" finger. "I'm fine, thank you. 'away for a time I wonderedif Paul
tactfully, so skillfully
With a half-cry, half-sob, she "That's good. I'm. glad." I mightn't have a little talk with directs the attention of the Corin-

hurled the ring into a corner. Threw Jacqueline had herself in. hand you. Maybe we could go to thian church to their fellow Chris- ? Laxatjve
herself face-down on the couch and another "
now. movie.
tians in Macedonia. They had beenin
lay motionless. "Do you really have a letter to "I don't believe so." great affliction and were' in For Headache,
write?" "Then it's no movies." He saidit "deep poverty" (v. 2), but out of 0Wk ITcncoBiliousness. Dizziness ,when

CHAPTER. IV "No fooling." He held up some wistfully. Like a small boy. their sorrow and want they gave caused by Consti

papers, in proof. "It's to Todman, "No. I think we should not go far_ above Paul's expectation (v. 5)) fi pation., ..

Jacqueline sat up in bed with a ,1.I1lnnU I"lnllut"1tM1I\" places." and "beyond their power," and then ',; Use as directed

start to discover the sun streamingin "Right. I'm leaving late tomor- pleaded with Paul that he shouldlet ', on label. 15 doses

her two windows. For a moment, nrr i' row night. I'll pop my head in and them give more. The explanation ? m r' for only 10 cents.SelfDenial .

she could not locate herself. The r say good';by If you don't mind." ; is found in verse 5, where we ,

early hours of the night had been "Mr. Cutter Jacqueline learn that they had first given "their I

terrifyingly long, filled with a jum- H" called his name. in a desperate lit. oWn selves to the Lord," and then'in

ble of memories, misgivings and tle voice. He was leaving. loving co-operation with Paul

loneliness.Ten "Yes, Miss Anthony?" himself, as the Lord's agent, in this

o'clock .. the first day of She swallowed hard. "I don't matter of the offering.Is .
married IUe.Jacqueline. Ur it not strange that those who
think I'd care about going out tomorrow -
Cutter's of humor suffer most for the gospel and have The more 3 man denies.himself,
sense evening. But I expect to
the least to give are the most gen- the more he shall receive from
her she
utterly as reconstructed be at home .
erous in their giving. Those to heaven. Naked, I seek the campof
little little the "
by ,
I call?
you mean -
events of the day before. She was Larry's face ,was wreathed in whom the gospel has come easily, those who covet nothing.- ...
who bear no special burdens for Horace.
strangely depressed and equally disinclined smiles. .
; Christ, and who are, well situated
to admit the real reason. "If "like "
This sort of thing wouldn't do she you'd to. financially, commonly the most
"If I like! About eight?
stingy with their Could it
told herself money.
sternly. It
was Sunday.
Her time for doing odd jobs about Jacqueline scarcely recognizedher be that they have not really given ;*
the apartment.Her own voice as she answered that themselves to the Lord? One won- COLDS

/ question. ders.II. .
first task was to slip / I
across y II IIi "Seven. We. we'll have din- An Exhortation to Faithfulness -
the room and find that ring still
lying LIQUID
ner at place. I can't fix .
my any- (8:6-9)
neglected under a chair. Jac- i thing elaborate. But if ." Apparently the Corinthians had 6 6 6 TABLETS SALVE
queline stood by the window and in- NOSE DROPS
spected the little badge, a plain gold "Boy! I'll be there on'the dot I made a promise or pledge to give COUGH DROPS
And can't reach for the at Jerusalem but had
circlet, for the first time. you possibly me, poor ,
in case you change your ,mind. Sodon't become a bit forgetful and negli-
Caught by a sudden impulse, she Union of Good
It be to
gent. seems to so
try. easy
started to slip the ring on her finger. When bad men combine, the
He went out,' whistling a gay little neglect to keep up a pledge for theLord's
She hesitated. There was no harm good must associate; else they will
tune under his breath. Jacquelinesat work. Some folk even feel
J in wearing it here alone. Perhaps fall, one by one, an unpitied sac-
. it would help m staring after him, uncertain that they cannot make a pledge. rifice in a contemptible. struggle.-
Silly! wr whether to laugh or. to cry. What They pledge to pay their rent, Burke.

"Do you really have a letter to had this man done to her, anyway? to make payments on a car, or a
- The bride laid the ring on her machine but to the church
write? She had invited him to dine with washing ;

dressing table and walked away her. At her apartment. She never they just can't pledge, or if they Relieves MONTHLYFEMALE

from it. Kell, Limited. Montreal. Gentle- had served dinner there except to do, the promise is often neglected.Such .

The hours dragged endlessly as men ." herself, and that not often.A things are dishonoring to the

one housekeeping task after the oth- He began his dictation hesitatingly vision of Larry in the cafeteriacame name of Christ.As PAIN!

er was accomplished. frowning his way through the in- before her eyes that they abound in other graces (v.
Jacqueline made a listless at- paragraphs then Paul exhorts the Corinthians Women who suffer pain of irregu- "
troductory speak- formidable array of "civilized grub" 7), lar periods with cranky nervousnessdue --
tempt to read the Sunday paper. ing more rapidly. Jacqueline gave weighing down his tray. How could abound in "this grace also." So to monthly functional dis-

She scanned the headlines of the her complete attention to the writ- her kitchenette ever, satisfy him? giving is a Christian grace! And Pinkham's turbances-Compound should find Tablets Lydia(with E. .

news section, cast aside the comic ing, relieved that her first nervous- Jacqueline ate a hurried dinnerin why not? Consider Christ (v. 9), added Iron) simply marvelous to relieve -

sheets, sports financial. ness had disappeared. There must a restaurant at a safe distance who left the glory He had with the such for distress.women.They're made_ especially -

That reminded her. She crossedto be no errors in this letter.It from the hotel, trying frantically to Father and came to the poverty_ of Taken regularly-LydIa Pinkham's

her dressing table and found the proved to be rather lengthy. vision a menu that would satisfy a the One who had not where to lay against Tablets such help annoying build up resistance symptoms.

contract and the envelope Larry had "Will that be all?" she inquired. man' and still be within the resources His head, that we through Him They also help build up red blood
given her. Hesitatingly, she broke might be eternally rich. and thus aid In promoting more
"For now. Address a long enve- of her very diminutive kitchen strength. Follow label directions.
(', the seal. lope, if you have'one. How much is and its appointments.Larry in. A Principle of Christian Giv- Lydia Pinkham's Compound Tabletsare
There were a number of folded it?" liked roast beef. He had ing (9:6).

" documents that looked like those "Why ." After all, one scarcely eaten it in the cafeteria that night, The harvest is always in propor:

hated stock certificates, only heavier. could charge. one's husband for a ordered it again for their wedding tion to the sowing of the seed. The

.' Opened out, the bond appar- letter! dinner. Quite out of the question. A man who is stingy with his seed at Power of Soul
ently was for $1,000.00. She folded time'will that kind of The soul is ,more powerful than
sowing a
"No nonsense! Larry cut in chicken! Of course. She could get reap
the paper'with trembling hands and is also true. any sort of fortune of its
harvest. The
.. sharply. "Regular rates. one from the delicatessen ""
looked at its mates. All alike. Ten It works in the field of businesstoo. own power it can produce a happy
"Seventy-five cents, she man- Roasted. Sweet potatoes Can- I
of them. life or a wretched one.-Seneca..
; aged meekly. died, if she had not forgotten how. The merchant who gives the I

"Ten thousand dollars' !" Larry read the letter leisurely, Another vegetable. And salad fullest return for one's money and

; She said it aloud, in an awed signed it and placed it in the enve- The world looked brighter. the most liberal measure of serviceis
': voice. And Larry had said they bound to prosper, while the stingy
lope. He seemed in no haste to Some df Edgar's rolls. Ice cream.
'to were the same as money to do leave. What was he going to say? Coffee."I one is left to lament the fact that
". as she liked with! No wonder he his goods rot on his shelves.In .
"You must write a lot of letters, want a roasted chicken tomor-
had suggested a safe deposit box! the spiritual realm it is even
'off and he she explaining to
. on, speculated. "Do row night, was
They must go in tomorrow. Together more true. But, someone may
t your customers bind you to secre- fat Mr. Hildebrand in the delicatessen -
with the contract, the mar- say, we ought not to do good that
cy? a little later. "It must be beau-
. riage certificate and it. No real Chris-
\ the ring. we may profit by
Jacqueline laughed spite of her- tifully done, crisp. And have it
,, Oh, yes. The ring, too. tian will give just that he
may pros-
-; self. "Some of them do, she ad- ready at six sharp, added im
Throughout Monday morning, mitted. "But that's a joke. Two min- portantly."Ah per,_ but, mark it well, if he does
those bonds weighed give for Christ's sake and His glory,
" heavily upon utes after I write a letter, I couldn'ttell It giffs company then?" 4' k
mind. God' will him. "You can'tbeat
Jacqueline's She buried
the you what was in it. I hear the beamed the jovial Hildebrand. "It prosper"
bundle deep in a desk drawer. When words and put them down. That'sall. shall be a beautiful fowl. I see to God giving. /

lunch time 'came, she would hurry ." it myself, Miss. How big?" IV. The Spirit of Christian Every Wednesday NightWITH ...
to the bank and get rid of them "That's odd. But I Stewardship (9:7).
can figure it. "Gracious! I don't know. As biga
if she didn't see Larry in the is be done
I'll 'be having some letters for you chicken as a man likes ." Our giving to .according

meantime.But now and again. I think it might be Once within her room, Jacquelinestood to the purpose of our heart-not KEr f Y BAKER

Jacqueline dismissed her I well if you made an exception ,in looking about almost in de- grudgingly, nor with grief, nor yet

dreams, and at one o'clock when my case." spair: at this newest prospect. So by compulsion, because someone put PORTLAND HOFFA

I there was no sign of Larry, the "How do you mean?" much to do! And everything must on pressure. AL GOODMAN'S

I bonds and their accompanying documents ,"I mean that it: might ,be a good be nice. God loves a cheerful or (as it may ORCHESTRA

were carried to the Second idea to remember what I write Her eye fell upon Vince's'picture be translated) hilarious giver. When 'eo THE WORKSHOP TEXACO QC

National. Jacqueline gave a sigh of about." on the mantel. There seemed to bea done in the right spirit, giving for PLAYERS jo

. relief when the heavy gates of the "But why?" Jacqueline's curiositywas quizzical twinkle in his eyes. Christ can" be one of, the happiest other
j,: deposit vaults clashed behind the Christian life. casgtaioa
. softly roused."I experiences of
' "It's nothing to laugh at, Vince,
was thinking I'might want Let's make offering time in our iP
her.All an she told him with a little sigh. "You
that afternoon, Jacquelinefound alibi some time. You never can tell. your son-in-law is coming to church services the most joyful SP
herself glancing furtively. at And that reminds me. I'm going dinner." time in the meeting. Then we shall a -

the Igurei hurrying or strolling past away tomorrow night." (TO BE CONTINUED) be liberal as well as cheerful in

this grace of stewardship.


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OUR COMIC SECTION TWO things a 'man should I;

never'be angry at: What heI
can help, and what he cannot :
Only That help.-Buckminster. ;

Candidate-What did you thinkof Everywhere in life, the trueI I

my speech on sound economics? question is not what we gain,
Listener-Well, there was enough but what we do.-Carlyle. '

sound. PETER // all the world,must see the world
As the,world the world hath seen,
An attorney pleading the case of L Then it were bettlr for the world
a young woman in court, stated e That the world had never been.
that she had been jilted three ,Leland.
times in two years. The experi- Remember what Simonides I
b ence naturally unmanned her. said-that he never repented ;
that he had held his tongue, I

If He Could but often that he had spoken.If .

Harry-What would you think of we had more Justice, there ;
a man who would constantly deceive i would be less need for Charity. 1
his wife? Henry Ford. I
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-- oI West Palm Beach radio Carl Berner, head of the air raid Workmen said that traffic wouldbe
station announced today that the warning service in this of
PARENTS REPORTED SAP,I part the held up a few minutes at a time
AFTER SUNDAY'S ATTACK nette, Ward, Lawrence and several station had applied late Thursday county announced that all air raid while the asphalt and slag were-
BY NIPPONESE directors to attend a school of instruction afternoon for a permit from the wardens, named some time ago to I. being applied.A .
for 1942 at the McAllister Federal Communications Commis- man the watching posts, would all I

As Americans Sunday afternoon Hotel in Miami, Friday.J. sion to operate as a 1,000-watt be finger-printed Friday morning.He .
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heard with amazed indignation radio E. Beardsley' made a report '
kilocycles.Since would be a number of volunteersat I
reports of the Japanese bombing ol for the American Legion to the
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to 250 There were thirteen members I ,
from Hawaii three months ago power increase, from 100
listened with unbelievable horror. School Safety watts, its present power rating. present at the meeting.
Mr. Larsen's mother and father The increased power, it is pointed -
reside in Honolulu, and he has Patrol OrganizedHarold out, would change it from a Bus Hearing Set
since received a message that they strictly local station to a regional
are, safe following the bombing station in the same class with mostof ,For Moore HavenMoore j
attack. Schubert of West Palm the larger stations in Florida.

Mr. Larsen's parents went to Beach organized the School Safety I .
( Haven Democrat
Hawaii many years, ago when his Patrol as part of his duty as head DunawayContinued- : )
father became manager of a large of the Southern Division Motor The State Railroad Commission,
sugar plantation there. David was Clubs. The boys assumed their in a formal notice issued last week,
born and spent his boyhood dayson duties Tuesday noon. ( from page 1) set 10 o'clock a. m. on JanuarY6th
ed toward the ditch. One of the as the time and the Glades
being of two
the island, one All parents are asked for full
Americans attending the : men grabbed the wheel and stoppedthe County courthouse here as the
white cooperation in making this school ,
grade public schools at the time. project a success. ,' truck but efforts to revive their place for holding a hearing on the
to the United States for stricken companion were unavail- application of the Florida Motor
He came I'
The students have been instructed -
Lines for
of a through bus route
at the University
two years in their responsibilities and ing.The
returned to Hawaii three men at the time were from Miami to Lake City over lasting
Minnesota, ,
when he decided to follow in his are cooperating wonderfully. I about 45, miles south of highway Federal Route 19. ramindtr of 9I'?a, ,
in the' in- The officers of the patrol are: 25 and'five miles southeast of Attorneys for the motor lines a glori- % raw '3.
father's footsteps sugar out holiday] ; 't > "s
dustry. He spent his last two Captain, Oliver Martinez and Devil's Garden. As quickly as had requested that hearings be -a Bulovawatchtho / -
years, of college at the Universityof Sammy Young; Lieutenants, Curtis possible the truck made the return held in ,Leesburg, Lake Wales and "
Hawaii, receiving his degree in Pullen, Sherwood Hall and Ben trip to Clewiston where Dr. Schiflli Miami because 'of the large crowd gift of a
technology.Mr. Bolton. said he had died as the result of, of witnesses expected but this request lifetime I
sugar cane a
Larsen met Jay W.. Moran, Other members of the patrol are a heart attack. The warden recalled was passed up by the commission .I.
general manager of the United Francis Tompkins, Edwin Roath, that a mile north of the and one hearing only will
States Sugar Corporation, duringthe Jr. Martinez, Bobby Maynard, Ray spot where Mr. Dunaway-: passed be held and that one here.
latter's tour of the sugar plantations mond Trice, Cyrus Tompkins and I away he had helped to push the Witnesses from Miami, Fort
of Hawaii- few years ago. Gilbert McLeod. I truck out of a bog, and they suspec Lauderdale, Leesburg, Ocala and
He came to Clewiston and enteredthe I ted that over exertion was respon other places along the route are WZABETHJ
agricultural department of the Dr. Wilson SpeaksAt sible for the fatal attack. expected to attend the hearing and
sugar corporation with a view to Mr. Dunaway moved to the coup it is considered improbable that
broadening his practical knowl- Institute HereDr. ty about twenty years ago and hotel accomodations. will be suffi
edge of sugar cane varieties, culture settled at Felda where he has cient here to take care of the large
and harvest. He has been deeply resided since until his acceptanceof crowd.
interested and well content in his J. W. Wilson of the Ever- the fire warden position. He The bus route was given the un
work here and had no thought of glades Experiment Station at Belle then moved to Clewiston. He serv qualified endorsement of the county
returning to Hawaii permanently.But Glade, made an interesting and ed a term as county commissionerfrom board, the school board and
Sunday's events changed his instructive. talk on the sugar cane the Felda district, was super the Moore Haven city commission
plans, and now his one thought Is borer before those attending the intendent of the Baptist Sunday as It will provide a bus route
to obtain transportation to Hawaiiso Everglades Sugar Institute here School during his residence at Felda through here to Miami southward
that he may enlist in the armed last evening.Dr. and served as scoutmaster of, the and to Lake City northward. Two

forces of the United,] States in the Wilson discussed the extentof Felda troop before coming to Clew buses each way daily will be ru sv
islands he knows best. damage done by the insect to iston. according to present plans.
Mr. Larsen's knowledge of recent sugar cane, factors affecting its Mr. Dunaway leaves a host of
happenings, of course, has been abundance, and methods used in friends who 'were shocked and Route 164 To Have i
obtained entirely from radio and its control. grieved, to learn of his death., He

newspaper accounts, but his years Control has been approached in was a native of Canoe, Ala. Surface Treatment \
of life on the islands gives him a two manners, said the speaker; the' Survivors Include his widow, Mrs. uJ"
background for interpreting the first, a spray control, is in the ex- Goldie May Dunaway; four sons,. i

news. He believes the gravest nonmilitary perimental stages, but gives Earl Dunaway of Texas, Radford, Ballenger Construction company ... IJ..
I problem there is the large promise of result. The second Medford and Alford and four will begin work sometime this
number of Hawaiian residents of method he pointed out, is the introduction daughters, June Ellen, Christine, week on applying the, surface treatment
Japanese blood.' The true Hawaiianis of parasitic insects which Rose and Lorraine, all of whom are. to the fivemilestretch of
a Polynesian, very different from will attack the borer. Of the eight at home with their mother. state highway 164 south of La- jfh"ifiH./

I the Japanese, Chinese or Philipino, parasites introduced, one, a. small - -- ----
I but there are thousands of residents wasp, has become well establishedin
of the islands who are Japanese and Florida and is a valuable factorin
even after two generations on the the control of the pest.
< % -, ,
> >
island their loyalty to the Emperoris '
)7jw; a fetish with them and super- New Golf Pros AtClewiston For Sale---Bargain kWiL *' "
cedes all other obligations.

Mr. Larsen has applied for passage Course Prices Subject to Federal Tax

to Honolulu and hopes to 20 ACRES LAND AT LAKEPORT -
obtain it soon, despite the restrIc- "Serving Florida's West Coast'

tions which war has enforced. Everett Leonard, golf pro of Also '

Appleton, Wisconsin and his son 1937 CHEVROLET MASTER TUDOR GOFF JEWELRY
Landis SpeakerAt
Clyde Leonard, have taken over
the management of the ClewistonGolf COMPANY;
Kiwanis ClubR. Course for the winter succeed- Lewis Compton, Lakeport
1115 First Street
ing Bob Baer who left recently for
Fort Myers, .- Florida
M. Bishop occupied the chair Belle Glade.
for the first time as president of Mr. Leonard stated this morning .

the Clewiston Kiwanis Club Wed that a blind bogey tournament wouldbe -. -- -
nesday evening at the Clewiston held at the course Saturday and --
Inn.The Sunday and is hopeful, that as many .
speaker at the meeting was members of the local club as poS-
Dr. Edward Bryant Landis, mini- sible will participate.

ster of the Community Church, Shower and locker facilities are GIVE A LASTING GIFT.
whose talk was on the theme now being added at the clubhouseand .
"Fellowship and Service". Dr. the road from the highway to
Landis, a former Kiwanian, brought the clubhouse has been much im-
: out many of the ideals of Kiwanis proved. The course, Mr. Leonard '
service in ,his talk. states, will be put in the best of s Something Electrical

The president appointed committees shape at once. .
lor the new year, as follows: J
Underprivileged child: E. M. Corvette Photo Service Is
R. W., Turk, W. W. Perry
Agriculture: J. E. Beardsley, Albert; Offered By Seegers We bought a large supply of Radios, Ranges, Refrigerators -

Stephens, A. W. Sias, M. C. Doke; ....
Administration: A. O. Ward service Mix-Masters, Washing Machines, Ironers and other appliances -
Ellington, J. F. Tippey, T. 13. A photographic is avail-
} Markette, G. H. Brown able 'in Clewiston for the first
W. A while they were still easy to secure. Now we can make
I, Davis; Club Meetings: Hub Spooner its history, as Edward B.
J. w. Ezelle, C. A. Martinez, Seegers, who moved to Clewiston immediate
R. C. Wilson, H. R. Hall, J. G. from Vero Beach in September, delivery stock.
: Niblack and Marion Leydig. announces the opening of the Clew
I A special committee of past press iston Photographic Service, located
dents includes, Art Lawrence, A. two blocks north and one block
I O. Ward, J, E. Beardsley and W. west of the Gulf Service Station. NO WAITING =:.. NO UNCERTAINTIES -

j W.: Perry. Mr. Seegers states that only a

\ Arrangements were complet* limited amount of work can be .' \
f for the new officers-Bishop, Cor- accepted due to quality standards
maintained, ,and that the service, .

(..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..: ..: ..:..:.I) scheduled will be on a forty-eight GIFTS
hour basis. It is stated that 'all ANY NUMBER OF ;JO THE

1 film is developed with a view to
f obtaining- the absolute maximum HOME-OWNER
;printing and enlarging quality

f THE CUSTOM OF GIVING from each negative, and that
PRESENTS ON CHRISTMAS custom grainless developing service

IS NOT COMMON TO ALL is available, for owners' thirty- Clewiston Appliance StoreMALDON

I CHRISTIAN COUNTRIES! five cameras.millimeter and other miniature'

In Latin countries their place Mr. Seegers holds unlimited
P is taken by the "strenae", French license No. 426, Issued by the WRIGHT Manager
"etrennes", given on New Year's Florida State Board of Photographic ,
Day-1.-Encyclopedia Britanni- Examiners for the year 194142.IS .
ca-14th Edition. I

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