The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 26, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00871
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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FREEHOLDERS URGED Telephone Office Now u.s.s.c. EMPLOYEES Vanderbilt Gives I I BITTING SAYS THAT

Closing At 5 O'ClockThe Party For Cadets


local office of the Inter lore than a hundred' RAF cadets

' # FOR CITY UTILITIESOn County Telephone and Telegraph BONUS FOR YEARAs from Riddle-McKay Aero College' ''SUGAR YET EXISTSWhile

1 Company has been ordered by the were 'guests Christmas Day of

government to close at five o'clock Cornelius Vanderbilt of West Palm

each day and calls made after that a Christmas present to all Beach at the Rod and Reel Clubin the nation may have to

January 13th Clewiston free- hour must bo made from the Clew- employees of the United States that city. Others of the cadets forego "that third spoonful of sug-

holders will go to the polls to cast iston Inn or from the five other were entertained in private homesof ar in its morning coffee", no actu-

their ballot for or against the city's pay stations in the city.. Sugar Corporation, folders giving adjacent communities.Mr. al sugar shortage exists at the

'acquisition of the local water and Due to the fact that the army .details of the new 'employees' ,par- Vanderbilt planned a varied moment, Clarence' R. Bitting, presi-

electric plants from the present and 'other governmental agencies ticipation plan were placed in the program of entertainment for the dent of U.; S. Sugar Corp., of

owners through the issuance of are making, great demands on the hands of every worker, white and British boys including, swimming, Clew-is ton, l.l'gest'single canesugar -

long distance lines a rationing of colored, on Christmas Eve. The golf, tennis and sight-seeing as producer in the United States,I
revenue certificates in an amountof calls during'the busiest periods of well as the Christmas luncheonand reassure the public? today.

$175,000., of the day is necessary ', particularlyin revised plan will permit every em- dinner. Cars were brought Even if both the Philippines and

readers and tax- the early evening hours. ployee to draw a bonus this year West'Palm
In order that from Beach to take the Hawaii are entirely eliminated as

payers may understand the proposed Pay stations, aside from the Inn, :approximately twice that of last boys and their officers in and they supply sources, continental produc-

'f plan an effort will be madeto are at Barney Thomas' Gulf Ser- season providing the full crop of returned to the field that night.A tion plus that of Puerto Rico and

each week prior to the vice Station, R. C. Nowllng's Tex- cane is harvested and the sugar I three-day vacation was given Cuba', should still provide more

carry, aco Station, Glen Etherton's Sugar- its level. the cadets as well as most of the than 5,500,000 tons-a total not

election, some. explanatory article land Service Station, the Clewiston price stays at present I Riddle Field employees. This vaca- far short of normal domestic con..

and this week: the News is indebtedto Bar and George's Guest House. The folders were accompanied by I tion started Tuesday night and sumption, he reported.

Malcolm W. Bigg, city commissioner a letter from Jay W Moran, vice-'
will conclude tonight. "It is true that sugar Is an im-.
; for the following statement: president of the corporation, ex-
portant source of energy for our
,"An election of' the freeholders plaining the new plan and the
HOME DECORATIONSARE military' forces, and to the extent
r.:4 of City of Clewiston will be heldon reasons for the revision of the old
that for this
sugar purpose mustbe
January '13th, 1942, to determine plan which became effective on ALL PROGRAMS TO
diverted from normal civilian
whether or not City' of Clewiston October .23, 1939
BEAUTIFUL IN channels, I am sure that all civilian
shall issue and sell revenue certi- In commenting upon the new CELEBRATE XMAS Americans will gladly 'forego that
ficates in an amount not to exceed
participation plan this morning,
third spoonful in the morning
$175,000. If. the issuance of the THE CITY THIS YEARDecorated Mr. Moran. stated that it became coffee", Bitting said. <

certificates is authorized, $125,000 '
effective with the commencementof .
WELL ATTENDEDThe Bitting, who last February pre.
of the proceeds will be used for
the present harvest and superseded -
dicted price ceilings and rationing
the purchase of the existing waterworks I ;
doorways and Christ- the previous plan. 1 if continental production was not .
system and electric power trees lighted outdoors and "As stated in letter
mas my accom- services at the various increased substantially, gave hearty
and light system, both systems to visible through windows of many panying each folder sent out to
churches on Sunday, .the Sunday approval to recent freezing of sugar
be operated as a single unit or Clewiston homes made Santa's employees", Mr. Moran said "the '
school programs of the churcheson stocks, pointed ,out that the actionby
system."In flying visit a pleasant: one Christ- new plan is based on the present Tuesday evening, the Community OPM and OPA should prevent

.1 addition to the proposed purchase .mas night. sale price of refined sugar and ; tree on Wednesday evening 'and hoarding and price-raising: which

the election will. determine Many entered the lighted .decorations assuming ''a full harvest of all I the midnight mass at St. Margaret's usually accompany public hysteria 'hover
whether or not the City shall spend "
contests sponsored annuallyby presently'available cane the bonus Church on Christmas Eve were the possible shortage of essential '

not to exceed $50,000 for the pur- the local Garden Club. Each yearto fund will be more than double that highlights of the Christmas pro- food products. ,
pose of defraying the cost of reconstructing .
arouse interest in decorationsthe distributed last year". gram in Clewiston.For Prevention .of increases in so- :
extending, enlargingor
club offers a prize for the best "Substantial wage increases to the most part Christmas was called Invisible supplies, coupled ;
improving the electric and water
decorated, doorway; the best dec- all employees", ,Mr. Moran continued celebrated quietly at home with with a guarantee of fair prices to ';
systems. If the City Commission
orated living tree, and the best "have been made during the some' residents going elsewhere to the consumer, will go far in making ; .
should find that the sale of a
lesser amount of certificates would decorated cut tree. This year no past year and the adjustment In visit through the holidays and presently available stocks and new ..

living trees were entered for judg- wages which was effective at the fully as many coming from other crops now coming in ample for the
suffice for this purpose: then itis
the intention of the City Com- ing, so the entries were classed as commencement of the presentharves" points to visit relatives here. There country's immediate needs, he as.
outdoor trees; indoor trees visible was based upon the then serted.At >
were no reports of accidents to
mission to sell
only such part'of
this $50,000 block of the certificates from the outside, and doorways. existing price' of sugar. The plan mar the holiday spirit. in the com- the same time: :Bitting, who :'

: was devised in order that all employees has long pleaded against Federal :
as is necessary. First prize for outdoor trees munity. ,

"No resort to ad valorem taxa- went to theE,' C. Mills home, where might participate in any The church programs at the restrictions, on continental produc- .
other further increases in the price '- tion and objected to benefit -
>. tion janbe:Jiodor. tly:',, raynient: the simplicity of' a symmetrical tree of refined sugar'S'. JBaptisL anfd Cgmimmity churcheson payments '
'of the principal ,nand 'interest' on whose silvered "branches- 'were lighted .Sunday'')> ere. cln'fed' ouT accordIng :: ,tQ.'o1'G.r". than operators of "1

any of the revenue certificates. The with blue lights, gave a peace-. Blitz' Is to the program ,announced last family-size farms, declared: ''{
Wegman "The situation has been :
ful effect symbolic of they Christmasseason. sugar
payment of the certificates will be week and were each well attendedand .
said to contain plenty of political ;
strictly confined to the net revenue the musical programs on Sun-
Injured In Wreck it has ,
to be derived from the operation The W. C. Owens' doorway :witha day evening were especially com- dynamite; certainly more
than its share of paradox. Sugar .
of the public utilities. Therefore, white star on which "Cheerio"! mended by those attending.At ..;

taxpayers need have no fear that. was written in red, white and blue (Hendry County News) the community tree on Wednesday to stocks insure are supplies properly, while frozen Congress so as ,),a

ad valorem taxes will be increasedby and red bells tied with red, white Blitz Wegman, of the LaBelle I I evening there was the usual at the same moment, is considering :

reason of the purchase, improvement and blue ribbons, won the prize in Motor Company, and prominent big crowd and 850 gift packages a new law to restrict production -,
and operation of the the doorway class. Hendry county business man, was were distributed to the children and penalize sales in excessof 'j
utilities. In fact, experience of The R. N. Smith's indoor tree, The Sugar CorporationBand .
: painfully injured Saturday eveningin present. planned limitations. Thus, one ;
other municipalities in Florida has placed before two windows, whose a wreck on state highway 25 gave a concert while the of the
demonstrated that the operation of drawn curtains were tied back with after which agency government puts a
two miles west of LaBelle which guests were arriving the of
public utilities is a profitable 'ven 'bright red bows, was awarded- the involved three cars. the children sang "America", followed ceiling on price sugar, pre-
because the is
ture., The prize in its class. sumably price plenty
of Vero Beach, I of Christmas
According to Chief Deputy by a group
while votesto
high enough, Congress
Gainesville, Sebring, Tallahassee, Honorable mention went to the Sheriff H. H. McCall, Mr. Wegmanhad I songs, "0 Come All Ye Faithful", increase so-called 'benefit

Jacksonville, Lakeland and Wau- G. B.,, Rackstraw home for an out started ,to Fort Myers when "Silent Night", and "Jingle Bells" ments" by a third, presumably pay-on
chula are good illustrations. Someof standing display on the lawn. A and' of the last {
he saw a car of Felda people, during singing the theory that the price is not
these cities pay a most sub- large Christmas tree, lighted and women and children stopped beside'I song Santa Claus arrived with his I .
stantial part of their governmental decorated was the center feature. the road with a fiat. tire. He turn- burden of gifts. Boy Scouts distributed high ..(? i': :

operating expenses from the net Beside it stood a life-size Santa ed baclto offer assistance and I the presents while Old

A operating profit derived from public Claus with blinking blue eyes. parked back of the car. Santa mingled with his guests; Basketball Schedule 'li.i! '' ;

I ,',J utilities.. Santa had a bag of packages over :As he was in the act of getting "The Star Spangled Banner" by '41

"All certificates' will bear interest his shoulder and an American flagon tools from the rear of his car he the band closed the program. Arranged AtMeeti'ng' :
at 4 per cent and the law a standard behind him. There ,
was struck by the third machine, 350 additional packages were
requires that they be sold at not was a new moon on the scene .
which Deputy McCall said must distributed by Old Santa to the
less than 95 cents on the dollar. which was lighted with a flashing At
have hit him a glancing ,blow. 'He colored children in Harlem and a meeting of team captainsof

'"The legal notice of the election flood-light. suffered a broken arm, broken leg toys which had been collected and the new town team basketball
appears in this issue of Clewiston In Harlem the cash prize was of
league here on night
and fractured pelvic bone. repaired by the Firemen and ,Boy Wednesday
News and will also appear in the awarded' to, Nora Humphrey, pastry Mr. and Mrs. George Burchard Scouts were also distributed that last week,. a schedule was .:workedout

editions of January 2nd .and 9th, cook at the Inn, who had a prettily were returning home from Fort night. for the first half of the .tournament -

1942. It has already been published decorated and lighted tree on the Janus
which will run through
Myers at the' time and' they took The midnight mass at St.
in the editions of December 12th porch of her home.
Mr. Wegman to Lee Memorial !Margaret's church was the final
and 19th, 1941. i The judges for the ary.A
contest were contest for a name for the
hospital where his condition is Christmas program and as usual
"I urge you to cast vote Miss Kathryn Moran, Mrs. E. B.
your said to be satisfactory. the little church, was filled 'to over- league closed Christmas Day and
in favor of the revenue certificates Landis and 'E. E. Gross. the "
name Tri-County Basketball
Deputy McCall conducted an investigation flowing long before the beautiful
because I believe it will be of adfl' .
and afterwards release'd'Carl service had started. As in past League has been ad pted.

.. vantage to our City to purchase and Building To House KoPP of Haines City, driverof Christmases it was regarded as an Play will start on January 5
operate the ,utilities".
J -the car, a '36 Ford, which outstanding contribution to the with games in Moore Haven and

MRS. KOLSTAD New Bowling AlleysThe struck Mr. Wegman., Cody Harvey, Christmas. spirit of the community. Belle Glade so that each team will
GARDEN also of Haines City was in the car Committee Appreciation have the benefit of indoor play
CLUB PROGRAMThe for the first At Moore
with Kopp and they were boundfor The' American 'Legion committeeof games

United States Sugar Corporation Fort Lauderdale. which W. C. Owen was chair Haven LaBelle will play the Riddle
Clewiston Garden, which has begun the Field Pilots and Moore Haven will
construction ofa In the Felda car were Mrs. E. man, in charge of arrangementsfor
usually omits a December meet- structure at the recreation center E. Trowbridge and several chil- the Community Tree, takes this 'play the Riddle Field Mechanics.At .

ing to give time to preparing for which will house four new and dren. They received minor cuts means of expressing appreciationto Belle Glade- Clewiston meets

the Community Christmas Tree, official indoor bowling alleys for South Bay and Belle Glade plays
and bruises in the mishap as the all who participated in the pro-
held a Christmas meeting last Fri- the 'Pah kee.
use of the _
cor- Wegman automobile I'
was pushed
gram and who, in one way or an-
day at the Community Center. poration employees.The into theirs. During. this :first month each
contributed to its success.
Mrs. H. C. Kolstad presented a building will be located ad- team will met each other team in
Special thanks go to the Sugar
very interesting program on Christ- jacent to the new auditorium' on SUE CORNETTE CELEBRATES7TH Corporation for furnishing the the league which will make two

i mas decorations. Mrs. Kolstad'stalk the north side and will be sufficiently BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY decorated tree and the band con- games each week for each team.'

emphasized the need in decorating large to accomodate the alleys / '
cert. Mrs. V. C. Woodward, Mrs. H. L.
for the
: holiday season, remembering with plenty of seating room for Mrs. E. M. Cornette entertainedwith
'i the children in the spectators Davis, .Mrs. J. H. Davis, Mrs. O.
matches. It should a children's party Saturday, ADULT CLASS HOLDS :::XMAS
j home as well as the adults and be finished A. Clark, Mrs. Walker Nail, Mrs.E. .
early in the new year. celebrating the 7th birthday of her HOME
n M. Cornette, Mrs. F. E. Chalker
using scenes and figures which A ,
appeal league will be organized among daughter Sue. The children
Mrs. W. G. Mathis Mrs. E. E.
to the youthful mind. the ,
corporation employees within games outdoors, and were The Adult Bible Class of the
Kelly, Mrs. V. L. Jones, Mrs. Donald
Displays in the room the I
were most next few weeks
and will
served ice
and cake.
cream Favors
Baptist Church held a Christmas
effective and illustrative of the ; be Lamer, Mrs. W. R. Broaderick:,
use conducted throughout the dayas were distributed and prizes given party at the home of Mrs. C. M.
of native materials In Mrs. A. H._ King, Mrs. Jack Himrod
our Christ- the
employee's!' time' permits. winners in the games. Pirkle Friday evening.
mas decorations.Mrs. and Mrs. Webster.Mr. .
: Enjoying the afternoon with Sue The program of games and con-
O. A. Jones presided at thebusiness Hervey A. Bourne, having com- were Howard Smith Emma .
Jane tests carried out the Christmas and Mrs. W. E. Bolton are

I :. meeting. pleted his fifteen-month continuous Ezelle, Patsy Meredith, Heather theme. Each guest brought a toy parents of a baby girl who was

Hostesses for the afternoon were ground course at the Sparton Schoolof Guthrie, John Perry, Jerry Bolton, which were. later packed and. sent born in Good Samaritan Hospital,
Mrs. H.
C. Kolstad, Mrs. R. H. Aeronautics at Tulsa, Oklahoma, Ed Musgrave, Diane Mathis, Wayne to the Baptist Orphanage in Ar- West Palm Beach, December 17th.

Knight, Mrs. Josephine Knight, is spending the Christmas holi- King, Alfred Meadors, Jimmie cadia. The baby weighed seven and one-

Mrs. E. E. Kelly, and Mrs. O. A. days with his parents, Dr. and Mrs.B. Knight, George Anne Suggs, Janice Refreshments were fruits, nuts half pounds and has been named

Jones. j--I ., A. Bourne. __ Magill and Johnny Rogers. I and candies. Those attending were Nancy Jean.

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THE STORY SO FAR: Larry Cutter life's savings In the stock market, He gave her $10,000 in U. S. bonds at 1. How many times was William -

I startled pretty Jacqueline, (Jack) Anthony she accepted his proposal. They were surety. Several weeks later Jacqueline l Jennings Bryan defeated for 1. Three times. ,
public stenographer at the Hotel married after signing a contract permitting learned that her father was In a hOSe the presidency of the United 2. Aviators who saved their
Raynear, by telling her she could realize her to continue her present pital. She hurried to see C him, and found States?
her globe-trotting ambitions by marry- mode of living for six months, after him thin and haggard. lives by parachute leaps.
j-- L.'_ .._ ...... Cent loss of which" she could tear nn the contract.____ Now. continue_._._ with" the story. 2. Members of the Caterpillar 3. A standard baseball weighsfive
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When Jacqueline spoke her voice "All right. Suppose you drop in own composure. "He did give me 3.?What. is the weight of a baseball 4. Books (Biblia, after, the

was low but there was a determinedring and see me in about a week. And some work. Several times." I Phoenician city Byblos, whence
in it."Vince. don't worry in the meantime. Oh, "Happen to remember who he 4. The word Bible is derived' papyrus was exported).

Listen to me." yes There is something else wrote to? Or what the letters were from Greek and Latin words mean- 5. About 50 rooms, counting

He turned his head on the pillow you can do." about?" ing what? kitchens, valet bedrooms and corridors

and looked up into the face bendingover "What is that, doctor?"' "No. I take dictation on my ma- 5. How many rooms are therein used as sitting rooms.

him. "Your father is a bit low. chine. I never remember what I the White House? 6. A,quick, sharp retort.
"If the doctors think best for you Do what you can about that. It write."

to have an operation, we must at- will be a big help to us all." The little stenographer's heart was

tend to it at once. "I will." beating fast. It was almost the same

"But, Skipper'I. that takes She began by calling on Vince that ,thing, that Larry had asked. And he

money. It isn't worth it." evening, armed with ,a bunch of had suggested it might be well for

"Be quiet." She placed her finger sweet peas. His one worry now her to recall his letters He

I, on his lips and gave him a gallant was his landlady and the fear that had said something about an "alibi."

smile. "I'm on my way now to she might dispose of the parapher- ,"I guess they were just business

fix things. I'll see you later." nalia for his cherished experimentswhen letters, or you would have remem-

With a wave of her hand, she hur- the rent was due. bered," the lieutenant mused. His

ried away: Her chin was held high, '"How much are you paying for eyes were on the lobby again.
Pattern 7115 contains transfer
a patternof
but her heart was down somewherenear your room?" Jacqueline asked. "I'm sure they were." a picture 15 by 20 inches; illustrationsof

her hurrying little shoes. "Three dollars a week. My rentis Jacqueline was thinking fast. She stitches: materials needed, color chart.
Jacqueline found herself in some-' paid for the next two days." must, try to find out what this call u To obtain this pattern send your order to:
thing like a daze after her confer- meant.
"I will see her tomorrow and tell
ence in the hospital office. They "Is he bad ?" She
her that nothing is to be disturbed a man Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.
had wanted to know about Vince'sfinancial had intended to "crook." But
say 82 Eighth Ave. New York
until you get back. I will see about
situation. They had to, of the rent. Where is the house?" the word would not come. Enclose 15 cents In coins for Pat

course. And she had told them "Three-eighteen Elder street. It "Blest if I know, Miss Anthony.We tern No.......;...

very calmly that she was in a posi- isn't so bad." Vince located it in a got nothing on him, if that'swhat J NameAddress................................
tion to attend to his expenses for We're sort
the present. She wished him to be general way for his daughter and of interested you mean.in always That'sall. ..............................
removed from the ward and placed her heart sank again. It must be ." strangers. '.% '
rather dreadful, she decided. In the
in a private room, an inexpensiveroom.
heart of a factory district. "Please tell me more about Mr. ,y r 1 s
Cutter Jacqueline urged Lieutenant -
A resident doctor discussed herfather's Vince listened to the account of J
Staples. "It sounds very exciting I
condition, giving it as his her interview with the doctor witha ." IiI
/ IIIw
that Mr. in slight show of interest.
opinion Anthony was +
"Sounds goofy to me, to tell you
need of an operation and had been "I'll pay you back soon," he in- the truth.' There's a fellow comesto lr w-kyj *

for a long time Also that the pa- sisted doggedly. "You know, Skip- me and asks me to sort of keepan
tient did not take kindly to the sug-
eye on'' Cutter. I'm not men- His ForesightThe
gestion. Did Miss Anthony have a
tioning any names, but this first father was interviewing his daugh-
she wished to
'physician or surgeon guy is well, he's quite a some- ter's suitor.
consult? body. Otherwise, I'd have shooed "What are your prospects?" he asked.

Miss Anthony didn't. him away. He didn't have any y '. "Pretty good unless your daughter's

In that case, perhaps she might charges to prefer and didn't wantto been misleading me!" came the reply.

,like to consult 'with Dr. Erasmus have any official check-up made. ii

Kennedy. Just tipping me off ina_, fatherlyway That's Stone
Jacqueline met and liked Dr. Kennedy for whatever good it might do Diner-Waiter, take this chicken -

; He was a trifle gruff and direct me. Wanted me to act in a sort away. It is actually so toughit

in his manner, but ,nice. At of private capacity ." Staples seems to be made out of stone.

her request, he agreed to examinethe permitted himself a slight smile."I Waiter-Nothing strange about

patient. was for letting it all go in one that, sir. It's Plymouth' Rock.

The die was cast. No matter what w ear and out the other, until he hap-
", happened later, Vince 'must be pened to mention that this fellow : z Other people who give till it

cared ,for. It meant cashing one of was the son of old John Cutter. ThenI : hurts are the folk who give us '

those bonds-two perhaps, before thought wouldn't. hurt to play good advice. ,

she was finished. She had said she : along a, little." .
never 'would use that money. But "John Cutter?" Jacqueline re Far-Sighted
Larry would understand. There was peated. "What made you decide to put

:' nothing else to do. 1 / off your wedding by two days at
"Yeah. Sort of a mystery that "
Before her deserted her \ the last moment?
r. courage never was quite cleared up. He, was
"Well, you see, I reckoned it
Jacqueline hastened to the bank of them inventor nuts."
r.: vault and asked for her safedepositbox. one out that my silver wedding would

Shielded from prying eyes in "Oh. come on a Saturday, and I always
&:: one of the little booths the Second "Married into a little money when play golf on Saturdays."
he was young and spent most of Pattern 7115.
'j;; National provided for patrons, she
i his life puttering around with his
; very reluctantly separated one of Had about 20 miles ERE'S lovely wall hanging
stunts. a place H a
the bonds from its impressive com-
panions. out in the country. Quite a ranch, that's fascinating to em- AS PURE
I guess. Anyways, he seemed to broider in soft colors. All the S'JOSIPH S AS MONEY
Only nine thousand dollars left!
stumble onto something that was going stitches are very easy.
She gave an hysterical little laughat to revolutionize something. Blos- *
the absurdity of her think-
very somed out'at the head of a concern ASPIRIN
ing that. Only nine thousand dollars left! "
'' and built a factory. Jobbed stock Perhaps Official .
"Bond Department. Last windowon .
around his friends. There'salways
the left," said an armed attend per ." His face brightened. "I'm among : Good at HistoryA
flock of suckers .
ant to,whom Jacqueline went when right. on the edge of a big break a "
she came up from the vaults. now Or I was. Just as soon as "I suppose there are. famous alienist met a certain Profitable Book

The department appeared to feel the money starts coming in, you "Well, something slipped. No one prominent official. After some I I That is a good book which is

.' .J that there was nothing suspicious or and I will set up in a decent place." seems to know whether the whole discussion on the mentally unsound opened 'with expectation and
thing was a phoney or whether old the official asked: closed with a profit.-Alcott.
exciting about anyone's having a Bless his heart, Jacqueline
Cutter was a miss-fire when it came "Doctor how do really tell '
bond and desiring to cash it. They thought. How familiar it all sounded. -
to business. He claimed he lost all "
would be pleased to attend to the What would Vince say if heknet if a person is insane?
his money and it's a cinch the suckers "Oh, we merely ask a few or-
,_' transaction and, within a ,brief time, { everything?
were taken for a ,ride. Cutter which ordinary AT i
dinary questions !
Miss Anthony would be advised that I 6OODDIUO i
eventually was indicted for fraud. correctly.
people can answer
her checking account had been STOICSAVERTISING
CHAPTER VII "Was he found guilty?" "
r. credited with the returns. "What type of questions? LARGE
I "No. Dead. Not long before he "Well," replied the alienist, rOntE '
simple that. Miss
breathed as Anthony The following afternoon, Jacqueline I was to stand trial. ,From what I "this sort of thing: Captain Cook t N.YI t
more freely.
turned a startled face to the can find out, there. was some evidence made three voyages, around the
The still
gods were with her, when door of her office in answer to a of foul play. It seems to have world and died on one of them. :
she returned to the
Raynear. I sharp tap. made quite a stir. Then it was Which was it?" ocYs.

far.Everything But strive was all she right so "It's a pinch," said a quiet voice. passed up as suicide. Cutter's wife "Oh, I say," objected the offi- 1 JtlI1gS ( P R

as might, she t'How are you today?" and son faded out of the picture. cial, "I'm afraid I've forgotten
could not banish the
there was some one now thought to whom that "Oh Lieutenant Staples! You Now the boy's back in town and which one it was."
apparently not doing much of
she should be able to turn and startled me any-
couldn't. "Yeah?" thing. Seems prosperous enough. Aa
May be nothing to it, you know."
What was Dr. Kennedy going to The slender man, who entered the "
"You he isn't here. r
say? office and helped himself to a chair, say
That ordeal proved easier than was about as far removed from the "Oh, no, I didn't. I said he was
here. As a matter of fact, he came
she anticipated. The doctor gave a general conception of a detective as /
careful explanation of her father's one could well imagine. His face back today.

; ,, ; ., case. There was no immediate dan- was peculiarly ingenuous, almost "He did!" Jacqueline could not A CYCLE Of HUMAN BETTERMENT

:, boyish. The entire top of his head I repress a little start.

ger.Jacqueline explained that she was was bald, pink and shining. He was "Yea. He registered about one

employed, that she had a little mon- not an infrequent visitor in the hotel o'clock. I just happened to stum- ideas
ey saved and that she would use it and the stenographer's office. ble on that one by dumb luck. That'sall gives you new ,

r : all, if,necessary, for her father. "Keep you pretty busy, do they?" detecting is, anyway. It just makes them availableto

"All right, my dear. Don't wor- I, "Not as busy as I would like." occurred to me you might have met

: .: ry," smiled the surgeon. "Can you "I suppose not. Guess a good deal him in your official capacity you at economical cost. As these
f. manage to look out for his taken some dictation. If he has any
of business in here is with
''L;; r in the hospital fqr 10 days or two guests your. transients, ?" letters to write that sound tricky I'd new ideas become more accepted,
: weeks before we operate? I'd like to appreciate your tipping off a pal. So
,: build up'j his resistance." "Most of it is. long." prices go down. As prices go down,
-. "Oh, yds." "I. figured it was. Staples' bald Jacqueline sat at her desk scarce-
"Then head came about slowly. "Ever do Her brain in more enjoy new ideas. It
r you'd better figure on an- ly breathing. was a persons
> -, other two weeks before he's moved." any work for a guest by the mime whirl. /She had resolutely refrained human betterment andit
;', "And. ." of Cutter?" from questioning Larry; just as res- is a cycle of ,

< -: ,"" "My charges, you mean? Well, Jacqueline's heart skipped a beat. olutely had she smothered the little starts with the printed wordsof

:. we'll have a talk about that later. For a second, everything was misty.A doubts that had arisen in ''her mind

, I don't think they will scare you." policeman asking her about from time to time. a newspaper advertisement.JOIN .

I "I think you'd better,make sure." Larry! About her husband! As she tried to assemble it all

She tried to smile bravely. "Cutter ." she murmured, in her numb brain, Jacqueline was

"All right. In your case staring at the keyboard of her ma- aware of a persistent thought. It
We'll say two hundred. That's in chine as if in an effort to remem- grew until it overshadowed all else. THE CIRCLE 0 READ THE ADSI

addition to the hospital's charge for ber. She even achieved a slight She was Larry's wife. The police

the operating room, the anesthetic puckering of her smooth brows. were watching ,him. \. .

and so forth. Scared?" "Oh. I know whom, you mean, just where did her duty lie?.
"I can manage it." now." Jacqueline marveled at her (TO BE CONTINUED) ; I I

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". SPORTSBy OUR COMIC SECTION i kve my eye EL Cinder, it\ 1

ROBERT McSHANE, A Feelmo; tkt.1t I

Selected by Western Newipoper, Union mock despise.

1. ,5po.se 1 sh vldrejoice.

THE Indianapolis club of the be.ct..v-,
association annexed a PETER I ktvervt: one
grand guy recently when Charles
Leo ("Gabby") Hartnett was B. in both rr.y .0, _I

named playing-manager. eye*. 4
Gabby went back to the minors PEEVE [\CArI
after 20 years in the majors, 19 of
them with the Chicago Cubs. During

those 19 years, Gabby played
en four pennant winning teams and'

managed one of them. I
The jovial, red-faced catcher
came to Chicago in 1922 from the WNU Service.Congressional (

Worcester, Mass., club of the East
ern league. For almost a score of
years Gabby was the outstanding Elections
catcher in the circuit and the idol
of Chicago's great North Side. In According to the Constitution of

Julj, 1938, he succeeded Charley the United States, the President
Grimm as manager of the Cubs and has no power to control, directly or
was the greatest single factor in indirectly, the holding of congressional
bringing a pennant to Wrigley field. elections. Neither does he
.1 His twilight home run against the have the right to prorogue con
Pirates that year will be remembered gress or to suspend the Constitution
as long as baseball played.. of the United States or any
When Gabby was released by _the part of it.
Cubs at the end of the 1939' season, The election of members of the
to be succeeded by Jim Wilson, house of representatives is man

he had earned a lifetime batting datory every two years, and "each
average of .297 and a fielding per state by the legislature thereof"

centage of .984. prescribes "the times, places, and
During his 19 years with the Cubs, manner of holding elections for
Hartnett played in 1,926 games. At, both senators and representa
bat 6,282 times, he accounted for, tives." '
1,867 hits. During this time he,

made only, 142 errors, averaging More Raleigh Jingles
slightly more than seven a season.
He led National league catchers in Beginning the middle of January

fielding percentage for seven years Raleigh Cigarettes will again
offer liberal prizes in a big jingle
-1925, 28 and 30, and 34 through
contest to be run in this paper.
37.He One hundred and thirty-three
caught 100 or more games a \
fI prizes will be awarded each week
season for 12 years, eight of them
consecutive, for a league record. t -Adv.
\ Gabby accepted 452 chances without,
an error from 'August 19, '1933, to
Jane 20, 1934, also a record, and
caught 1,759 games, more than any ,
other backstop. DROIAT

Cold statistics aren't enough to 60 AND SEW A
furnish an adequate indication of BUTTON OXJR TOO

Cabby's worth to any ball club. The colds' watery misery and
big Irishman is a baseball player
through and through. Like any real Po o colds' sneezy sniffles. .
ball player, he hates to lose. He
Just two drops Penetro Noso Drops in
never quits fighting and he expects each nostril aa directed helps give that
his' team to battle it out every inch cold the air as cold clogged nasal breath
of the way.Indianapolis. ing passages open up-and air rushes in
its healing aid. 25c buys long lasting sup
t' fans will like the ply. Demand the genuine,economicalPENETRO
beefy Hartoett. His popularity in
Chicago never was'questioned. It's NOSE ,-
true that he lost some of his bluff p DROPS

( geniality when he became manager
of the Cubs, but conditions at Wrigley Public. Servant
field were not too promising at He who serves the public is a
any time during the Hartnett reign. poor animal; he worries himself

Gabby had too many problenrs on ( Ted by Tbe B U Syndicate, Tnc to death and no one thanks him
his mind-and many of those problems for it.-Goethe. *
still remain to be solved.


Bowling- Right Way
Gas may excite the Heart action
By LOWELL JACKSON At the first Bfgn of distress smart men and women
depend on Belf-ans Tablets to set gas free.No loxafavo -
bat made of the fastest-acting medicines known
for symptomatic relief of gastric hyperacidity.If tho
(This is one of a series of lessons in bowline FIRST TRIAL doera't prove Bell-ana better, retain
by Lowell Jackson, one of the country's bottle to os and receive DOUBLE lloney Bock. SSe.
outstanding bowlers Mr. Jackson has eighteen
300 games to his credit and has 12-year
league.average. of 210.) Whip of Repentance
By No man is more severely pun
ished than he who is subject to the
J. Millar Wan whip of, his own repentance.

I, } e- Seneca.

/ Relieves distress from MONTHLY*

"WNU --=

Lydla E.' Plnkham's Compound
Tablets (with added iron) not only
? help relieve cramps headache
5 backache but also weak, cranky
nervous feelings-due to monthly
functional disturbances
Taken regularly-Lydla Pink-
ham's Tablets help build up resist
ance against distress! "difficult
days" They also help build up red
::1", Curve ball is most difficult. blood. Follow label directions.; .

J) THE CURVE BALL. The curve

ball is the most difficult delivery to WNU-7 52-41
use successfully in the bowling
game, since it requires 'a tremendous T Obedience a Step
turn of the fingers and wrist Through obedience learn to

when-releasing the ball. command.-Plato. ./
.... This delivery is not recommended T .
for beginners or the mediocre bowler
because of the strain on the hand I \Wat'h 'YO: :f' '
I .
and wrist and because it takes a lot ,
of practice to control the curve ball. Ki ln 5',1/,
When delivering a curve, the ER -. '- = "- y .
bowler moves his approach to the J t=1 E'D ONE. "PART Help Them Cleanse the Blood
center of the alley and lays his ball J.ON W'RON6 of Harmful Body Waste
down at a point in the center of the NoW Your kidneys aro constantly filtering
{ I CANT TELL 'N+tlCtf'PART waste matter from the blood stream.But
:. foul line. The ball is aimed to the TO TAKE 'OFFToP kidneys sometimes lag ia their work-do
- right side of the alley and if properly <::',)(. 17 A6A't-I not act impurities aa Nature that Intended, if retained-fail,to may remove
delivered, it will curve back into POisOD tho system and upset the whole
the 1-3 pocket.Occasionally. body machinery.
Symptoms may be nagging backache,
f bowler. will find an persistent headache,attacks of dizziness,
l ,alley that seems to have too much (, under getting the up eyes nights-a feeling swelling of puffiness nervous
polish on it, and if he does, he will anxiety and loss of pep and strength.
r Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder
find he can use a curve, to advantage. 0p are sometimes burning scanty or
too frequent urination.
There should be no doubt that prompt
On a fast alley, which provides treatment is wiser than neglect. UseDoan't
t little "gripping" for the ball, an P ll4.Doan't have been winning
new friends for more than forty years.
expert bowler will not resort to a By They have a nation-wide reputation
curve, since a ball aimed for the Are recommended by grateful people the
C. M. country over. Ak your neighSorl
; gutter in the hope it will curve back Payne
into the 1-3 pocket may continue
; straight on into the gutter. WNU



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The Clewiston News i NOTICE OF APPLICATION ;FOR 1 Section 29; W& of NWi and of E% Lot 2 and E% of SEU of I 5,000 _.____ January 1. 1951
I TAX DEED NE i of SEt' and E& of NWJi
,. NW& & Beginning center of Section 6,000 ___ January 1, 1952 .
; of Section ::33. all in Township E 59 yards, to creek SW'ly 6,000 ..w.__?_ January 1. 1953 "
j, I 46 South Range 34 East. along creek to river, W along ;6,000 _____ January 1, 1954
in Clewiston. (Sen-'te; lUll No. 103)' You,. and each, and all of you, and river to pt. S of beginning. N to 7,000 ..____.___ January 1, 1955
Published every NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN; that all parties claiming an Interest thereIn beginning. Section 20, Township 7,000 _.- ,,__ January 1 1956
Florida, by the Miller holder of Tax Certlflfates j i are further notified and required 43 S, Range 28 E. 7,000 ?___._..-..--_-__. January 1, 1957
Tnc. has filed same file with the' of said Court
to Clerk
listed below 8,000 ____
No. 40. of September 5, 1932; January 1, 1958
office and has made application your written appearance (personally 8.000 _______
my W% of SEH::: of NWJ/i Section 20, January 1, 1959
for a tax deed to be issued or by attorney), in said suit on Township 43 S. Range 28 E.: 8,000 ....___..._._.. January 1; i960i
KEATIILKY nO"DEEditor thereon. Said certificates embracethe Monday the 5th day of January, 10,000 _._.__.......i January 1, 1961.
following described Property In A. D. 1912 and thereafter file with No. 130 of August 1. 1927V; % 10,000 _____
January 1, 1962
the County of Hendry State of Florida said Clerk :your written defense If of EVs Lot 2 and W% of SEVi 10.000 __ : __ January 1 1963
? --
any, to the bill of complaint in said of NW'/i Section 20, Township
second class mail matter to-wit: 11,000 _.___ January 1, 1964.
February Entered as I, 1927. at the Pest Office in No. 47. of July 3. 1939: N% of suit at the time prescribed by law 43 S. Range 28 E. 11,000 __-,_, January 1, 1965'
Clewiston. Florida) under the Act of SWi of NWVi Section 20', Town'ship or a decree will be entered againstyou No. 129, of August 1. 1927; 12,000 -_._.__..?___ January 1, 1966
March 3. 1897.Subscription 43 S, Range 28 E. and each and 'all of you by. W% of W',' Lot 2, Section 20, 12,000 __....._...,-s- January 1, 1967
No; 48 of July 3. 1939: ;, Sth of default. Township 43 S, Range, 28 E. The expediency ?and? necessity for
fWi of NWU; Section 21, Township It Is further ordered that this No. 207, of September 2, 1929; the Issuance 'of said Electric and
Per Year. 43 S, Range 28 E. order of publication be'published In Lot 10 Block 4, Luckey Sd Water Revenue Certificates has been
note $2.00 1'00.; 75. of July 7. 1930: Gov. the Clewiston News, a newspaper' of No. 308 of September, 1931; determined by the City Commission
Rates On'. Application. Lots 3 & 4 Section 3, Township general circulation In Hendry County Gov. Lots 3, 4 Section 6, Town- of the City" of' Clewis ton. Florida, bya
Advcrtltlns ? Range Florida during each week for 43 S resolution duly
"NO' Member 1928 once ship Range 30 E. passed and adopted }. ,
r 96. of 3. ; four consecutive weeks preceeding No. 252, of September 2, ::1929; and by the terms of said resolutionsuch
Beginning 528 ft.. N of SE Cor. January 5, 1942. N% of NW'i and SW& of NW Revenue Certificates shall not
Devoted' to the advancement and welfare Lot 32. W 528 ft., north to river.of WITNESS my hand and seal of Section 3, Township 44 S, Range be issued unless and until the same
of Clewiston and Hendry County. NE'ly along river to point N office at LaBelle. Florida this 4th 29 E.The shall have been approved by a majority -
beginning S to beginning day of December, A. D. '1941. assessment of the said of the votes cast at said election
43 29ENo. : property
Township a. Range In '
tion 7, I under the said certificates issu- which a majority of the free-
Seal WILLIAM T. HULL. holders who
( ) are qualified electors
ed in
was the of
.. MEAXBER.FLORIDA .1 to 211 64 of Blocks August 66 & 1 67, Belle 1927; Clerk Circuit Court Hendry Chas. Haefeker, J. N. Rosboroughand must residing in the City of Clewiston
Lots participate.
PRESS ASSOCIATION';\\ Gardens County, Florida. SonY.. BKnight, D. U.
1 1927 Lots Fletcher. E. A. Gerth. Peter Tonne- Only freeholders who are qualified
NAriOWLBDITORIALASSOClATICW1Q41 No. 212. of August ; 5t. Dec. 5-12-19-26 Jan. 2, 1942.
80 Blocks 66 to 67 Belle her, H. B. Rowe, Geo. M. Hendry, electors residing In the City of Clew-
65 to Leroy Lamereaux. J. :M. Macill.. W. iston, Florida, shall be entitled to
Gardens.203. of September 7, 1931;' F. Daniel. Unless said certificates vote at said election. That for- the
No. 69 Goodno's Addition FOR shall be redeemed according to law, purpose of registering those persons
the property described therein will are qualified to register for and
that you, too, had a to LaBelle.No. TAX DEED to vote in said election
We hope 1932 the registra-
24l'of September 5. ; be sold to the highest bidder at the
:Merry Christmas. Lots 6, 7, S Favors Sd.. Section (Semite Dill No. 163) court house door on the first Monday will tion books be opened of the City' of Clewiston
Township 43. Range 29. in the month of January. 1942, during usual office
17. --- hours
::: from the 10th
No. 242 of September 5, 1932; which Is the 5th day of January, day of December
The weather man did his part to Lots 10, 11 Favors Sd., Section NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thatR. of 1941 to and including the 3rd day
43, Range 29. N. Miller, holder Caloosahatchee 1942.Dated 1942.
17, Township this 1st day of December,
make it a great Christmas despite No. 276, of July 7, 1930; Lots Improvement District Tax Certificates The following persons have been
censorship. 25 26 Favors Sd., Section 17, listed below has filed same In my 1941. appointed to serve as Inspectors of.
Township 43, Range 29. office and has made application for (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL. Election and as Clerk of Election: r

No. 248, of September 5, 1932; a tax deed to be Issued thereon. Clerk Circuit Court, Hendry Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw. Inspector;
58 to 60 Favors Sd.. Section Said certificates embrace the following Mrs. Keathley
.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. 17 Lots Township 43, Range 29. described property in the County County, Florida. H. C. Avant Inspector Bowden; Inspector;
No 224 of September 5, 1932; of Hendry, State of Florida to- 4t. Dec. 5-12-19-26; 1941. A. W. Lawrence Clerk.
N% of Nth of SEii of NW%, Sec- wit: Done by order of the City, Commis-
RAMBLINGS tion 17, Township 43, Range 29, No. 78. of ,September 7, 1931; sion of the City of Clewiston, Florida
also known as Lot 10V.. T. Williams Lots 1, 2, 3 (Assessors Plat) Sec- this 9th day of December 1941.

. . ............................................1 r 'Sd. 1932 tion 32 Township 43, Range 29; THE cl'r01<" CLCWISTON, M. W. BIGG.
............................. : : : : :.. . . No. 234, of September. 5, ; Formerly Glades County.No. City Clerk.
which Lots 11, 21, 22 Block 4 Luckey 75, of September 7, 1931; FLORIDA 5t. Dec. 12-19-26 1941 Jan. 2-9, 1942 A..
One of the few privileges Sdr.-o. Tract 5 (Assessors Plat) Section
weeklies permit _' 406. of September 3, 1928; 29 A special municipal election will
editors of country 32, Township 42 Range ;
S2h of NH of SW% of NW%. Formerly Glades County, be .held in the City of Clewiston,
themselves Is that of cutting short Section 17, Township 43, Range 29. Florida from seven o'clock A. M.; NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
week of the No. 407 of September 3, 1928; No.6. August 2, 1926; NE% of until sundown on the 13th day of REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
the newspaper NH of Sft of SWU of NWtt NE3i Section 5, Township 43 S. January 1942 at the City Hall in

,-ear.. Section 17, Township 43, Range Range 28 E. the City of Clewiston, Florida, the TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
You guessed it. This is the week. 29.No. No. 25, of September 5, 1932; voting place or precinct where elec- Notice Is hereby :
September given that the
229. of 2, 1929; E3/4 of NWU of NE% Section tions are usually held In said City
This is Ole paper. We have no S%' of Stt SE i of NE% Sec- 6, Township 43, Range 28. at which election the freeholders who Chapter undersigned under Laws the provisions of

apologies to offer if this effort is tion 17. Township 43. Range- 29. No. 78, of September 5, 1928; are qualified electors residing in Acts of 1941 20.953 will of Florida
register with
223 of September 5. 1932; Section 5 the
No. W i/iof SEtt of NEVi Clewiston Florida shall determine
not up to standard. On this morning Lot 8 or W%'' of W% of NW& of Township 43, Range 28. whether negotiable Electric and Clerk for of the Circuit Court in and

after Christmas perhaps :you NW% Section 17, Township 43, No. 22, of September 7, 1936; Water Revenue Certificates shall be receipt Hendry of proof County of publication Florida upon of

do not feel quite up to standard Range 29. of the said prop- SWU of NWU & NW% of SWi/i Issued by the City of Clewiston. this notice the fictitious name, to-
The assessment Section 6, Township 43, Range 28. Florida in the amount of $175.000 wit:
either. erty under the said certificates issu- for the purposes of paying the purchase -
No. 23. of September 7. 1936;
ed was In the names of Unknown of $125,000 for a water- TURNER ELECTRIC CO.
-- J. J. Peadro J. A. Tomhagen. F. B.' E% of S'\Y3, Section 7, Township works system and an electric power under which we are engaged In busi- J..,
It often happens that unsuspected Favor Ollie Kirtland J. N. Ros- 43, Range 28.No.7. and light system to be operated by ness at Clewiston Florida. That the
& R. G. Thomas, Joe 2, 1926 W% parties interested in said businessare
talent is revealed by a particular borough Son. of August : the City of Clewiston as a single
Carson, McKahan & Thomas. Unless of SWU Section 7, Township 43 system and paying the cost of reconstructing as follows:
occasion. We have just discoveredthat 'said certificates shall be redeemed Range 28 E. extending enlarging or HARRY II. TURNER,

our little neighbor, Carline according to law. the property described No. 16, of August 2, 1926; Improving said electric and water D. D. TURXER.
therein will be sold to the NW% of SW& Section 16, Town- system in the amount of $50,000. City of Clewiston County Hendry,
'Berner 11 old daughter dooron Florida. December 6, 1941.
year highest bidder at the courthouse ship 43 S, Range 28 E. The Electric and. Water Revenue
!Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Berner, is ,January, 1942 which Is the 5th day 396 by 330 \ ft in SE Corner Section shall be dated the 1st day of January
poetess. of January, 1942. 17, Township 43 S, Range 1942 shall bear interest at the rate
Carline, who is in the 6th : grade Dated this 1st day of December, -. 28 E.No. of 4 per cent per'' annum payable NOTICE OF INTENTION TO

at school, writes poetry often. Tuesday 1941. .. 25, of September 4, 1933; seml-annually shall be payable sole- REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
(Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL. Ntf of SEU of NE% of SEU ly from the revenues to be derived TO WHOM IT :MAY CONCERN:
she delighted those at the Clerk Circuit Court, Hendry Section 17, Tbwnship 43 S, Range from the operation of the electric

Sunday School Christmas tree by County, Florida. 28 E.No and water system to be acquired by Notice Is hereby given that the
4t. Dec. 5-12-19-26, 1941.IX' 62. of September 7, 1936; the City shall be secured by a pledge undersigned, under the provisions of
reciting "What the Angels Fore- E% of NE& & N% of NE% of of and a lien or all revenues to be Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida

told". The audience could hardly SE% Section 17,. Township. 43 S. derived from the operation of said Acts of 1941. will register with the
Range 28 E. electric and water ,system, subject Clerk of the Circuit Court in and _
believe it was her own composition. TilE CIRCUIT COURT TWELFTII' No. 39, of September ,5 ,1932; only to the expenses of operation and for Hendry County Florida. upon :

Many have asked us to print, it, so JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FOLRI- ;W% of SW, &, ;.NEW of..SW& maintenance ',thereof and' ,shall ma' receipt of proof of. publication_ of, .
here it is D.IX AXD FOR IICXDRY Section 18, .Township 43 S, Range ture as follows: this notice the fictitious 'name, to-
: I 28 E.No.. Amount Date of Maturity wit: Neighborhood Grocery and ,Hol-
What The Angels Foretold COUNTY. -_ tIN I 52 of September 7, 1931; $3,000 January 1, 1943 land Inn. under which I am engagedin
One evening long S1h of NE Section 18, Town- 3,000 January 1, 1944 business at Clewiston. That the
ago CHANCERY. ship 43 S, Range 28 E. 3,000 January 1, 1945 party interested in said business is
Amid the deep white' snowA GEORGE W. WHITEHURST, .... No. 53, of September 7, 1931; 4,000 .. -, January 1, 1946 as follows: -
small child trudged along Complainant ,Gov. Lots 1, 2. 3 & NW# of SE% 4,000 January 1, 1947 f DELLA TOBIAS.
Section 19, Township 43 S? Range 4,000 ,_..-..,-_- .,. January 1, 1948 City of Clewiston, County Hendry,
Her clothes were ragged and torn MARY vs-LEE CARROLL, et al., 28 E.No. 5,000 _--r_,__ January 1, 1949 Florida December 6, 1941.
Hex; shoes were old and worn Defendants. 131 of August 1, 1927; E* 5,000 -----: January 1, 1950 No. 293 4t. Dec. 7-14-21-28 1941.

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:But still she wasn't forlorn.: ORDER OF PUBLICATION

In her hand she held coin To the defendants herein: Mary Lee :.-....:..:................"..-..-.."....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:... \''
tiny a Carroll, c/o Brune Parker Carey & h
'"It's for the dear Christ Child", Cans Baltimore Maryland, and yy...' i: .:.
Carroll her husband. and the unknown : : "
said she. spouse. of said Mary Lee yy, : &
"I love him and I know he loves me. Carroll; Mrs. Frances Korns. Spirit

Into the temple came she Lake, Iowa. and all parties claiming $ '
Interests by, through., under or Y*:' ENJOY AN n,
She ,came on bended knee against F. R. Korns deceased; YA i

I Florence Lester Lemper, 2546Broad- :YAX: p ..' XY

'She heard the Christmas" angels her way husband Dubuque, and, Iowa the, unknown and-Lemper spouse ** \ ?"' :XX: :

sing :. / of said Florence Lester Lemper; :
Jennie L. Sorber. Wilkinsburg Pennsylvania ALL ELECTRICV
She heard the temple. bells' ring and all parties claiming I : : ; 1

As she gave, her present to Him. interests by through,. under or !] ; : ,/
against M. P. Sorber. deceased; Al- .
Not only did He take'the coin Minnesota ,
bert F. Regal. Taconite HOME .
But also the child that was never and Regal, his wife and the .:' ';, : ,; 1
unknown of the said AlbertF. $ '
forlorn. Regal:spouse Sopia Becker, Chicago ::::: ,.,. '", 'X.} r '. 9 :i:::
: 9 r"r:- .;- .. :
Illinois, and Becker her' husband ..** AL
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She died of hunger and cold and the unknown spouse of .;.C** AIV ,
,the said Sopia Becker; Euphemia A. yy
So the angels foretold Wheeler Battle Creek; Michigan, and yy. .f.H
And now she will ever hold Wheeler, her 'husband, and the ....

Her dear Christ Child's hand. unknown. Wheeler spouse: Elvira of the Princess said EuphemiaA. Avery jAX: Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that

SUGAR OFFICE AND INN her Galesburg husband, ,Illinois and the and unknown- spouseof Avery ::::f: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the ssi:::

the said Elvira Princess Avery; :

HAVE PRETTY DECORATIONS Avenue Frances Chicago.McQuillen,Illinois 7305 Vinceinnes and : : home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently :? :

i McQuillen. his wife and the unknown .1...I. .: _
Adding to the beauty of Clew spouse of the said Francis' .i. :. and economically. .:: :
McQuillen; Otto A. Patzwald whose L
iston during the holiday
: are
place of residence is unknown and
'the decorations at the Clewiston- Patzwald his ,wife and the unknown *? One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or t

Inn and the Sugar Office Building. spouse of the said Otto A. J..:.

'The Inn has twin lighted Christmas Patzwald Interests by and, through all parties under claiming, or .:'..i... give your eyes two hours of safe ,reading light or operate +.}

trees on its front lawn, and against Otto A. Patzwald; Coral -
the main doorway are brightly liams French, her Williams husband and whose D. H.place of ,[i your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is H t'1Ei

lighted red Christmas bells residence is unknown and all parties of it that
; The thing that cheaper the more use.
decorations inside 'equally claiming interests by, through under, ::: one gets you ::::
are attractive 1
or against the said Cora French Williams -
and include a lovely tree and D. H. Williams; J. M. :i:::
Anderson and Ola his wife :::: home !
'in the lobby. Honolulu T. H.; Anderson Marie A. Johnson, .. That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy 'a ,.

The sugar office building has whose place of residence Is unknown : .f'
that is all electric and modern. l::
: .
lighted candles in the windows and .- Johnson her husband, and :::::: "
the unknown spouse of the said ..
'wreaths and other effective decora Marie A. Johnson; The Florida Y
tions. State Drainage Land Company a cor- l
poration, and The Florida-Ever is
glades Land Company a corporation,
each of said corporations having been A yi

APPLICATION FOR FINAL. State of Colorado and dissolved under ..... ....
DISCHARGE the laws of said and all .
State unknown .. ++
persons or parties, claiming .:.'..i'.. ....
]IN THE COURT OF THE I COUNTY through or under or from said cor- .f._. .:..:.

JUDGE OF FLORIDA.HENDRY COUNTY, STATE porations, a ;limited The liability Scott Estate Company Company of- "*':;!: ANT- USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. ::::

Kansas City Missouri the status of I
,In re the Estate ot .
'JAMES W. SCOTT which after diligent search and inquiry I!
Deceased. I Is unknown and to all persons t '':
In Probate. Interested In such organization, and XA:. "

TiTALL'Notice Is WHOM hereby IT MAY CONCERN: all claiming unknown through persons or under or, or parties from I .:..:. "
given that Elbert

L. Stewart has filed his final report said Company.You and each. of you, and all .... .. ARV \ ....., iM
as Administrator c. t. a. of the .. I
'5s.Hteof ..James."p.. Scott deceased parties having' or claiming to have .::. : \ .
that he filed, his petition : any right title or interest In the
for final ii
lands hereinafter described here-
:discharge, and that he will to are

, :?the udff Honorable
. the charge approval 5th as day of Administrator same of January and for final 1942 ,dis-for on above foreclosing! parcels styled tax and court liens lots for of on the land the purpose following situatein of- Glades Power and Light Co.

the estate of c. t. a. of Hendry County, to-wit: 'I
.JamesV., Scott deceased NWU and W% of NE'i and *
on this Y
6th day of December W ....
1941. % of SE% of Section 5Ylh; of
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ELBERT L. STEWART, of NE% of SWU and SE 3a of =,h .
Administrator c. t. a. of I SEtf of Section 9: All Section : .:...

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Mr. and Mrs. Otis A. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McLendon
and her .
youngest son, C. E. THE COMMUNITY
: Miss Marianne Jones are spendingthe had as their guests for Christmas I I CHURCH i
Robbins, with his wife and daughter -
holidays ,with relatives in At Day Mrs. T. P. Forbes, Mr. and E. B. Landis, D. D. *:
minister '
( PersonalsBasil ] lanta and Jonesboro, Ga. Mrs. L. M. Wheeler, Miss Olive I I Miss Marie, and son, Volney, 9:45 a. m. The Sunday School.

Welch and Mrs. C. W. Wheeler of I arrived last week from Panama Classes, for all. ;

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson and West Palm Beach and Cliff,, Wheelerof City. 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship.
sons, Jimmy and Lief, spent the U. S. Navy base, at Jacksonville I Completing the family circle at Sermon by Dr. Landis. Theme

Bowden spent Christmas Christmas, in Sarasota with.Mr.. Mrs. Forbes is remaining :the Beardsley Farm were the four propriate to the close of the Old ap-

an Okeechobee with his family. Johnson's parents. for a few days with her daughter. Beardsley boys. Jim and Bruce, Year. Special music by the choir
who are at home were joined by 5:00 ;
p. m. Meeting of the Royal
:' Mr: and Mrs. A. R. Brink spent Miss Betty Ann Puryear of Dal-. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Thompson, Dan and Bob, students at the Uni- Palm Society. '

r their Christmas holidays in Miami.C. ton, Ga., is visiting her uncle and Bernice and Gene Thompson, left versity of Florida home for the A cordial welcome Is extended.
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Claude, Downsat Christmas Eve for Tampa where holidays. to all for these services.
the Clewiston Inn. they spent Christmas with Mrs.Thompson's .
V. Parkinson spent Christ- ----
: I parents, \Mr. and Mrs.
mas Day with his brother; Howard Mr. and Mrs. Jones Bryan and J.' R. Dansby. ,They returned byway .. '. 'F .

Parkinson, in Alva. daughter, Marcia, of Panama City. of Fort Myers stopping for a .

were overnight guests the first of short visit 'with Mr. Thompson's .:-
I. '
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. 'McIntyre the week of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. sister, Mrs. C. N. Thaggard and y y NOW ._(.

-spent Christmas Day in Canal Point Avant. family.SUNDAY. y '
with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Platt. ':' .:.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lanier and SCHOOL CLASS :: That Christmas f
your pictures ',
i are ,box" wills :
,C. J. Lovvorn spent Christmas Miss Lee Pridgen spent Christmasin HAS .CHRISTMAS PARTY : you f
5 Day in Okeechobee with his pa- Tampa visiting Mrs. Lanier's ''' want to be sure that you get the best possible! ':in development: '. ''i-;.f

_ rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lovvorn. sister. Mrs. W. W. Chadwick and The Beginners Class of the Com- :i: and printing. Otherwise' you wouldn't, have bothered, ,.:, to take ':i'
family. munity Sunday School was entertained : ..
, ':' the .:.
.. pictures
,Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Ramsey of after practice at the : .:.
Belle Glade of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence J. Neil- church Monday afternoon at a :: .!.
I were guests i Bring your film here for finishing. Every negative is ..
in Clewiston Christmas, night son and Miss ,Evelyn Kellems andI. Christmas party. Ice cream and :: ;
I. Kellems spent Christmas in cookies "were served on the lawn ; carefully handled and printed for maximum quality. :;:
', Mrs. J. Grady Niblack and son, Fort Pierce" with .Dr. and Mrs. I. and favors of red boots filled with / :::
Johnnie 0. Bishop.. mints were' given to each child.
spent Christmas Day with Clewiston
Photographic Service =:
};. 'relatives in Lake City. Attending were Sandra Jones,
I Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Deadwvlerand I Agnes Ann Hackett, Howard Smith, 'i' .;.

: Miss Elizabeth Huffaker spent daughter, Janet, of West Palm John Niblack, Carroll Miner, Ronald ;:; .2 blocks north and 1 block west of ':'

Christmas with her parents, :Mr.: Beach were guests for Christmasat Egley, Jimmy Knight, Paul Bowden, '::' Barney Thomas' Gulf Service Station. 0''_''
and Mrs. R. B. Huffaker in Bartow. the home 'of Mr. and Mrs I. Luther and Bub Davis, Marjorieand i y
., S., Bell. i Warren Brown, Mrs. G. H. I ;:.: The House With The Red Roof :::

Mrs. Maud Hare returned Tuesday Brown, Mrs. R. N. Smith and Mrs. '- u .. _. .. .:.
from a visit with relatives in Robert Kelly, of the U. S.' Naval Keathley Bowden. _:,__ ...T ', ._. _, ..;r ':__ .. '-_ -- __'. ,

t. Rock Hill, S. ,C., and Asheville. Base Christmas at Jacksonville holidays here, spent with the his IN.:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:..:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N N:N.:H N:N:N N N N N:N N:N N:N:N:N N:N:M:N N N:N:N:N 1

ti C' Miss Lynelle Kendrick arrived brother, Lloyd Kelly and uncle and CHRISTMAS PARTY OF BRIDGE v.o.:..

: from Monte Verde School to spend aunt, Mr.,, and Mrs. E. E. Kelly. CLUB AT (RS. R. N. .S nTH'SMrs. .:.
f .
the holidays here with her mother, '.'
T.Irs. Lee Kendrick. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills and R. N. Smith entertained her .:.

sons, Gene and Bud, joined Mrs. bridge club in her home on the ''i'.'

K.'' Mr. and Mrs W. W. Perry have Mills' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Solon government reservation Friday ..':..

.; as their guests, Mrs. Perry's sisters, Crews of Fort Myers Christmas Day afternoon. The house was beautifully ..::..
Miss Bessie Lewis of Blakely, Ga.' for a visit with relatives in Fort decorated, for the Christmas .:.

; and Miss Kathleen Lewis of Tampa. Denaud. season. .1::..
'- 'Each member of the club broughta .

":\ Miss Margery Spoolstra and Miss Miss Florence Graham spent gift for another member, whose :{: f/Ilj .
Phoebe Peterson were guests Christmas in Canal Point at the name had been previously drawn _; DOES t HOT
;, Christmas Day of 'Miss Peterson's home ,of her sister, Mrs. William by 'lot, and in addition a small :;: OWN PANAMA CANAL ZONE

t parents in West Palm Beach Johnson. Mr. and '''Mrs., J. J. Gra toy. The toys were used in lieu '':''

I ,. ham and Sally Graham of Charleston of prizes, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley held '.:.''. w

fr. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell E. Nail S. C. 'were also, with them. high score and received seven of .:.
t,:. are spending Christmas in Madison these small gifts, and Mrs. F. E. f.

"':. with Mis. Nail's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Myrtle Houghton of Lake Conkling, second high, received .:.

Mrs. ,A. A. Munroe. Worth arrived Wednesday, joiningher three. ..:'..

.. sister-in-law, Mrs. Ruth B. Molded salad in red and green, .:.
. .:.
Mr. ,and Mrs. B. L. Thompsonand Owens for a Christmas visit f in was served with coffee, crackers
children and Miss Mary Lou Tampa with Mrs.' Owens' son, T. B. and spiced nuts ''to Mrs. R. C. Wil- : -----",-

Jennings were visitors in West Owens, and family. son, Mrs. J. E. ,Beardsley, Mrs. ,

Palm Beach Tuesday evening. Clarence Nielson, Mrs. Otto Lar- ..:.. 4i! ,:> (Explanation on Page Eight) .
,1-J' : Miss Ruth Knight arrived from sen, Mrs. J. Grady Niblack, Mrs. .;:. "' 'it -
,,' < 1 ,,, F. E, ,.. .i :,.. ..
Mind: Mrs.: F. Deane' J. '''Duff' were" Key West to' spend a ''few days Conkling and. Mrs. W.. E. .
' here with her mother, Mrs. Josephine Dilley. The club neets next Fri- ::
.. Christmas
; guests of Mrs. Duff's ; tr m :
Knight day afternoon at Mrs. '
parents, Mr. and ,Mrs. F. Edward her sister, Mrs. C. Dilley's
Bryant, in Palm' Beach. E. Miner and her brother, R. H. apartment. y ,y

Mr. and Mrs. Knight. ROBBINS FAMILY REUNION ''AT :1: Every family can own a, home of their :y
Canal Point spent Sunday Davis in Clew of I I as Mr.their and guests Mrs.Christmas E. E. Kelly Day had Mr.I BEARDSLEY HOME CHRISTMASFor :*_: own. It's as easy as paying rent, and. :

iston Lovvorn.visiting Mr., and Mrs. C. J. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley of Miami, the first time in 36 years :: far more profitable. Let us. explain our :

Mrs. Z. H. Shelley of Cuthbert, Ga., Mrs. L. H. Robbins' Christmas Day
L..r --- Miss Kate' Gaines, of Excelsior was 'brightened by the presence of :: modern loan plan, which you pay monthly :

Mrs. Horace A. Bestor left last Springs, Mo., Dr. and ,Mrs. J. W. all her sons and daughters. Mrs. *_ as you'd rent. :
week to visit her mother ,, pay :
. J. Eielle and daughter, Emma Jane, Robbins arrived the latter part of
:' M. Francis and other relatives in Lloyd Kelly and Miss. Margaret Von the week 'to spend the winter with X
; St. Paul
": Mach of Clewis ton. her daughter, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, A
; -- ti as is her custom.Accompanying A
ti; Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Walston f
and I Miss Eleanor
Mumford will arrive Mrs. Robbins were
son, Herbert X
spent Christmas in Monday from Chicago and will her daughter, Mrs. L. T. Nordlie, A A
relatives.Brighton and in Okeechobee with remain here with her parents, Mr. Mr. Nordlie, and their three chil- A A :

Y and Mrs. Nicholas Slyck Mumfordfor dren of McLean, Va. Another r + f A

Mrs. -( a few weeks. Miss Mumford's daughter, Mrs. Davis McMakin and y
M. Rodriguez is marriage to Harley Allen Case of her husband arrived from Hinsdale, y
spending the Christmas y
holidays in Evanston will take place January Ill. Tuesday. Mrs. Robbins eldest y
La., with her daughter, 14th' in the Clewiston son, Joseph Robbins, his wife and y
. a... Miss Shirley, and other relatives. Church. Community their son, John, reside in Clewiston, .N j.j..;..M..j..j..j..jwj.j N j..3MMTHE N..N.N..N.NN.. ..N..N..-N:N.N..N:..N N:H M:N:N:N N:N:N:M:N:N:N M:N:N:..:NN:M:N:N:N:;'

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; WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS By Edward C. Wayne 7iL *m


; Knox Makes Blunt Report on Hawaii: -G

: Army and Navy Losses Set at 2,897

; In Surprise Attack on Pearl Harbor; fi R E EN 4-e e,

i Battleship Arizona Among Craft SunkEDITOR'S CHANGED CITY
Washington has changed over-

night. Washington was a boom r +
( NOTE-When opinion are expressed In of these this columns, they) town one week; next week it was a
are those of-the news analyst and not necessarily newspaper.
.-Released by Western Newspaper Union.) war town. The change is partly a .
matter of visible things, partly )0.'"

.HAWAII sole serious attempt against U. S. things that are felt without being

: territory in any volume, and to this seen Khaki-clad soldiers, with

''A ReportFrom task the Japanese apparently had tin hats and bayonets, patroling two

Secretary of the Navy dedicated about 200-odd planes, abreast between the White House t2/ aaey

.Frank Knox, just back from a fly- which probably meant at least two and the state'department Dark-

sing inspection trip to Hawaii camea' aircraft carriers. ness over the Capitol dome, where
'' report the nation had anxiously The chief Japanese objective unquestionably searchlights are blacked out, for the

awaited-the extent of damage done was Malaya and Bur- duration ,. j; A jam of volunteersfor

by the Japanese in their first blastat ma, with Singapore as a necessary Civilian Defense New flags
Pearl Harbor and Honolulu. battle before the Japs could con- delivered at Civilian Defense head-

Army and navy casualties were set sider any permanent success had quarters, two for LaGuardia's car,

at 2,897 dead, 879 wounded and 26 been theirs. two for Mrs. Roosevelt's car, six for ,
missing. Six warships, includingone The cutting of the ,Burma road the motorcycles The residenceof r /

battleship, the Arizona, went was another, but this, it could be German correspondent Kurt Sell

down. realized, would only relieve the pres- is raided at night and Sell is taken

Knox was blunt in establishing his sure from the Chinese army, and into custody by FBI. -.---' .--9iSf ,udQqu; (-, _), _....,.%...!..._." "'. ,',,, .. M/.Jrw"J J -'/a4:!L(%'24 tjt.. ..+...44/*,/..stirRing ; "''':yM''fiJ-4 .,
First he said that Japan would enable the Japanese to remove of yr
points. Though the department com-
failed in what it set out to do- forces from China only after merce deals with such innocuous in the New Year-Buffet Style I

knockout the United States' in the a long period. subjects as census figures, its great (See Recipes Below)

Pacific before the war actually got The vital need of Japan was oil, steel doors are locked, and guards

under way. Second, his report stat- oil and more oil, without which it demand credentials at the main en- New Year Patterns '

ed "The United States services were would be impossible for her to keep trance Women fliers of America LYNN SAYS:

not on the alert against the sur- her fleet moving, her planes in the call a hurried meeting to speedup Brand new ideas for a brand New

prise air attack on Hawaii. This air, or to prosecute any sort of war plans for training An extra Year! What better way to usher in If you're in the mood for resolutions -
at all. the than a here. are some pointers .
detail of police strolls on the south year
oil in Dutch East that will help make this New
And this was the table laden with you
grounds of the White House, last &
Indies. Against successful occupa- Easter c something really Year a year for more delectablefood
trampled by rolling
tion of any of these oil-bearing islands crowds. ,. / .r 'new, provocativeand better meals, and more attractive -

; two great obstacles stand. r- colorful? Sohere's platters:
a The Philippines stand astride the In his press conference, the President's r the menu Season food carefully to bring
1 c .) voice is so grave and low thata out its hidden possibilities. Rub
China sea at a point where it is and here ar'e the
\ newsman calls out, "Louder, roasts with garlic or onion, and
\A only about 500 miles wide, and the recipes each witha
A., 3 ?: huge Singapore base closes the neckof please" .Four plainclothesmen, new slant that will salt before roasting. Melt but-
in two cars, sit parked all day on ter for vegetables and stir it
Japanese operationsat hostess in
;f L. hoped-for put you as a -
:. < the east. Waterside drive, where the bank the higher brackets for throughout before serving.
rises sharply on the back garden of Hot foods should be served as
Hence the most serious invasion smart, entertaining.
; the Japanese embassy Even hot as possible' and cold foods as
effort was made by the Japs via Whether the buffet is
Falla the President's Scottie feels
Indo-China and Thailand, with the planned for the eve be- cold as possible. '1,
the change, for the White House Foods should be good to look '
landings at Malaya an effort to fore or the day itself,
guards have less time to play with this at because the eye takes them in
make the British tenure of the long menu is designed to give you
him, and he curls up disconsolate in little first, so arrange platters neatly
neck ending in Singapore untenable.The as last-minute bustling as pos-
secondary attack was on the his green dog-house, just back of thePresident's sible. Just see that your table's set and use parsley or fruit or vege-,

Philippines, chiefly to obtain naval office. properly and the food cooked be- tables in garnishing their respec-

and air bases far enough outside the S forehand. The combination will do tive platters.

circle of the island defenses to per- JAPANESE SPIES its stuff. Heavy meals ,call for 'light desserts

mit a serious effort at capture. Last summer Congressman Martin Two meats that lend themselves light meals for more filling

Army watchers saw little chance Dies had investigators make a thor- especially for good-looking plattersare desserts. Make use. of contrastin
texture color and flavor when
that the Japs would spread them- ough survey of Japanese activities tongue and corned beef. Be-

selves out thin enough to attempta along the West coast. The results cause of their color, flavor and tex- planning'You menus.stretch that food dol-

Here is one of the war's first he- strong attack on Hawaii or on the eventually were suppressed by the ture they can't be too highly rec- lar can threedays'

roes-Capt. Colin P. Kelly, who was West coast.RUSSIANS. state department and the :President ommended for a platter such as by meals planning in advance two or and thus

killed while making a daring air attack himself, but a brief ,summary of ,I've suggested. ,Here's how you pre-
on the Japanese battleship Ha- : ;, them indicates that,some parts: of pare them: save, duplication of foods too

runa in a battle off the Philippines.He Peace .- the United States face a dangerous Beef Tongue. often.
was credited with scoring three Refuse problem when it comes to fifth col-
1 smoked
direct bomb hits on the vessel, leav- An effort by the Nazis to make umn activity. tongue *Apricot-Strawberry Gelatin Mold.

ing it' in flames and later it sank. peace with Russia in order that Hitler ,had many agents planted Cold water to cover (Serves 8)

Kelly was an army flier and former their armies might hibernate in through Norway, France and the I 4 bay leaves 2 packages strawberryflavoredgelatin

West Pointer. their present positions and renew Low, Countries when he attacked, 4 peppercorns

the war in the spring was in- but the Japanese, according to the 1 teaspoon whole cloves 1 No. 2 can apricot halves
fact calls for a formal investigationwhich dignantly turned aside by the Soviet, Dies report, start out with 150,000of 1 No. 2 can pineapple pieces
will be initiated immediatelyby which had the victory taste in its their countrymen in the United 1 onion 4 cups water (juice from fruit to
the President. Further action is, Wash and if salty'let standin of this amount)
mouth, and was not to be denied. States. These are all Japanese citi- tongue makeup part !
of course, 'dependent on the facts cold water overnight. Place in Heat 2 cups water and pour over
Daily dispatches from Red zens, and do not include 50,000 'sec-
and recommendations made by this army kettle with seasonings and let sim- gelatin. Stir thoroughly, then add
headquarters continued to develop ond generation Japanese born in the
investigating board. We are all en- i mer slowly until tender, from 3 to 5 remaining water. Pour part of gel-
the victory not only on the southern United States. The Dies report
titled to know if (a) there was any I hours. Remove brine, pull off outer atin mixture over apricots laid at
front where it all started but in shows that 200 key Japanese have
error of judgment which contributedto i skin, cut off root. Let cool in brine. the bottom,of'a mold. Let jell. Mix
front of Moscow as well where the been decorated by the dur- "
the surprise, and (b) if there emperor Serve thinly sliced, either hot or pineapple. 'with remaining gelatin
Russians said the German retreatHelp ing the past two years and that
was any dereliction of duty prior to cold. mixture and pour over first layer in
many Japanese, are in close cooperation -
the attack. Corned Beef. mold. Let jell until firm. Unmold
" with the homeland throughthe
r' The of the went lettuce with
secretary navy on and serve on crisp
Central Japanese association 4 pounds corned beef
to point out that'after the battle be- sweet french dressing or mayon-
which has, been directed by consu- Clove of garlic
gan the defense by both army and naise combined with whipped cream
lates in California.
navy was "conducted skillfully and Paprika sweetened with honey.

bravely." He pointed out many in- 4 A rr Y : a.- Dies agents have collected photo- Wash the meat in cold water. The dessert problem for this typeof

cidents of individual heroism, graphs of various Japanese truck Soak an hour in cold water if salty, buffet is easily solved by a light,

though the report did not mentionthe gardens operated alongside oil tanks then drain. Place in a kettle and delicate cake frosted with chocolate \

heroes by name. and strategic railroads. Also they cover with water. Cook slowly 3 to and decorated with numerals to car- "

Equally blunt was his statementof 4 report 5,000 Japanese residing on 5 hours. When thoroughly cooked, ry out the theme of the New Year:

material and personnel losses. z: terminal,islands in Los Angeles har- cool, rub with garlic and paprika. 'Fortune Cake.

The navy lost the battleship Arizona bor, where are located strategic oil Heat thoroughly in oven before serv- % cup shortening

three destroyers, a mine layer tanks, Reeves field and a shipbuilding ing. Slice thin and serve on platter 1 cup sugar ,

,and the old target ship Utah. In company. Oil storage tanks with beef tongue., 2 cups cake. flour

addition damage was inflicted to 4 c/ w: blown up in the harbors would en- Crisp and chewy cabbage done up 3 teaspoons baking powder

other vessels and Knox said some t,. danger all of the Los Angeles area. as a cole slaw is a good accom- 4 egg yolks
of these would take weeks and oth- ; 1'J.Q fy /' u. ) } The most revealing documents paniment for the Vz cup milk

ers months to repair.He vf: seized by Dies' agents are maps, tongue and 1 teaspoon vanilla

said that the entire rest of showing all the U. S. strategic points ( -" corned beef plat- Cream shortening, add sugar,
and fortifications, and a naval man- ; \ make then beaten egg yolks. Whip until
the fleet was now out on the Pacific i"frr ;? ter. To
seeking action with the enemy. Ptvr.S ual showing the size of all American your table really light and fluffy with Dover egg beater. -

naval vessels. Add flavoring, then flour sifted
Morale on the islands was high, said attractive, serve
Knox. 4 1 t ..! The naval manual, published in in a red cabbage with baking powder, alternating the .
Main army losses consisted of c 1941, is so up to date that it even scooped out and adding of the flour with the milk. \ti

planes caught on the ground. Han- shows latest models of U. S. mos- filled with the creamy mixture of Beat well, place in greased and

gars were also damaged. quito, boats together with the Presi- cole slaw. floured layer-cake pans. Bake in a ;
Enemy losses were declared- 'be 4
three submarines and 41 aircraft. U. S. airplane carriers. The lo- (Serves 8) minutes.
catiqn of guns, engine room, etc., Surprise item 'in this cake is its
PLAN is indicated 4 cups finely shredded cabbage filling
: for Russia from Canada. alongside the photo- custard :
graph of each vessel. It must have Vi cup finely chopped green pepper 2JA tablespoons flour ,
This shows line of Ca-
Of JapaneseAs photo a long '/ cup finely chopped celery
nadian-built infantry tanks loaded taken Japanese agents months or cup sugar
the war with Japan progressed, aboard flat cars leaving Montrealon years to collect this data. 1 teaspoon salt Pinch of salt .
and as Germany and Italy walked e 2 tablespoons sugar .1 cup milk, scalded
the first lap of the long journeyto
.' Into the 2 tablespoons vinegar beaten
picture unbidden, Americans KNEW 1 slightly egg
the Russian fronts for FORMATIONS
use againstthe
Vz cream or mayonnaise
began to get a slightly clearer cup sour Vz teaspoon vanilla
Nazis. These are 20-ton tanks Another Japanese map seized by
vision of just.what the campaign of Dies' is in the Combine vegetables, seasoningsand Mix flour, sugar and salt. Stir in
agents revealing
having a top speed of 20 miles per ex
Nippon aimed at, and what it was hour. treme. It shows the layout of the sour cream mayonnaise. Fill milk. Cook in double boiler until

likely to accomplish before the Unit- American fleet in a typical battle scooped ,out red cabbage and serve thick (about 15 minutes). Add hot

ed States got its war machine mov- was becoming a panic-stricken rout. formation near Hawaii. U. S. naval at once. mixture to egg slowly, then cook

ing in high gear.It The Nazis, they said, were blow- officers confirm the fact that the about 2 minutes longer. Cool, add ,..:

soon became evident that the ing up tanks in the path of the ad- map correctly shows past naval ma- vanilla and spread between layersof

disastrous raid on Hawaii had prob- vancing Russians, and were aban- neuvers. THIS WEEK'S MENU cake.
ably succeeded far beyond Japan'swildest doning hundreds of vehicles and You'll need a whizz of an icing to
The documents show the details of
Fortune cake. Take 2
hopes, but that it had been guns. do justice to
simply a "nuisance raid" in the first War cannot be fought at 17 degrees Pearl Harbor, the Panama canal, New Year's Buffet cups of confec-
San Francisco Manila
Guam and
place, and not made with any faint- below zero, Hitler had told Platter of Sliced Tongueand tioners' sugar and
Vladivostok. They also give the normal -
est hope of occupying the islands. his people in announcing that "no I Corned Beef blend in 4 table-
I crusing radius of the U. S. fleet
The attacks on Guam, Midway, further effort at advance would be Cole Slaw in Red Cabbage spoons butter.
out of Honolulu together with the
Wake islands 'were, on the other made in Russia during the winter." Assorted Bread or Rolls Add 2 ounces unsweetened -
hand, apparent efforts to take those "Yes it can," shouted the Rus- normal location airplane carriers, Celery Olives Pickles Jelly choco-

Pacific outposts, and were made with sians, as, dressed, in their warm, cruising battleships,'scouts and aux- *Apricot-Strawberry,Gelatin Mold late which have been melted over
iliary transports. Maps also show Fortune Cake hot water. Then mix enough hot
forces that, the Japanese deemed clothing and with the enthusiasm
the whereabouts of submarine ca- Coffee milk into the icing to smooth it out,
sufficient to do the them
( job. given by one success after an-
bles, mines, channels, wireless stations Mints and Nuts flavor with 1 teaspoon vanilla and
The effort
the other continued
against Philippines, they to move the
Japanese consulates and
however the Germans back. I Recipes Given spread cake.
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ica secure against outside attack, few of us ''know about the total war .By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST, D. D. I I is an excellent polisher for eraser win-
Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.
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SBRIO. laboratories men and women labor to crush him. The weapons they *

Portrait of a Hero: manufacture are vaccines, ,serums and toxins. These photos show what Picture frames should be selected -
goes'on in the William Hallock,,Park laboratory in New York. Lesson for December 28 to harmonize with the pictures -
One of the unsolved mysteries of for which they are intended.
history is how Custer hurdled the Lesson subjects and Scripture texts seat .

military promotion system and over- lected Council: : Religious copyrighted. Education by International: used by A teaspoon of salt added to.the

night rose from a mere lieutenantto permission. water in which eggs are boiled
general All anyone knowsis makes them
easier to
that he returned to headquartersone THE CHRISTIAN'S HOPE from the shells. remove
after being out mission -
day on a *
and chums greeted him as LESSON TEXT-John 14:1-6; Revelation
2215. Lipstick stains on linens
"General" Custer they and
I' GOLDEN TEXT-In my Father'i house cotton can nearly always be removed -
were kidding, because he always are many mansions.-John 14:2.
by the use of
boasted that he'd be a general be- and mild warm water
fore the war was over, and he was Hope is something this world des-

all set to start punching. One of perately needs, and which it has all
his friends grabbed,him by the arm / ; but abandoned. Little wonder when Fear of Public Speaking

and took him to his tent where he s < a 1 one recalls that the usual meaningof Conquered by Home Study

found an envelope containing his hope is hardly more than "wish-

commission addressed to "Briga- ," ',." ful thinking."

dier General George Armstrong The Christian's hope-ah, that is

Custer" Custer, who was only something quite different. To him

23 years old, turned pale ,and passedout hope is certain expectation restingon
cold. ; : the ,assured Word of God. Sucha

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Custer is the man who turned the .5 darkness deepens. ) tif\\

tide of the Civil war by saving the How appropriate that ,we shoulduse I ;

Union army' from defeat at Gettys the last Sunday of this year to

burg. At the time of the Battle of ii : remind one another of that hope, to r.

Gettysburg he was about 15 miles fr li trim the lamp, as it were, for even AHer

away. His brigade had been or- 2i brighter. shining, as we cast its S

dered (along with the rest of the < beams- out into the- unknown- year \ p ,
cavalry) to wait at Big Roundtop, just ahead.. There are three great -
where Jeb Stuart and his Confed- A step in the concentration and refinement of crude serums. Harm- and helpful things in this lesson.I. .

erates were expected to attack ful substances are removed by precipitation with chemicals and collected -
A Sure Promise of Heaven
Stuart fooled the Yankees at-
by by filtration.
(John 14:1-3).
tacking from the opposite direction ,'" "
We are not forgetting that for us ."
instead Hearing Stuart's gun y.i '' ,
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who love the Lord there is the bless- '
fire, Custer disobeyed the orders he T "
ed of His He is
hope return. com-
had received, headed straight to-
ward the sound of the guns and, ing again (v. 3). But whether we Poise Awes Timid Speakers.
have the joy of being caught up to
charging four times, stopped the .. ) ; be with Him Y, ISN'T she brave!" thinks
Confederate forces dead in their 'S or go by way of death, 1VJ-
tracks But for Custer's trigger rj1tJ1i we have a sure promise of the eter- the timid soul when an ex-
thinking, the Union armies would S4i1''4vYT S 'r S nal dwelling place which He has perienced speaker shows no fear.
c+ } E' c\k o y But the experienced public
have been routed at Gettysburg prepared for us.
"Let not heart be troubled"the speakers smile at this "bravery"idea.
The bitter irony is that the man your
M1 In order to be of
words like the balmof your
who was defeated (because of Cus- very come
'L 2 ,( self, they say, you have only to
ter's ( Gilead upon our restless, troubled
) Fitzhugh Lee the
coup was j}
divisional commander of the Con- a(3 6LfbY lives. Faith in God and in Christ- learn to be sure of little details.

federate attack. Lee was the in- there we have the sure anchor of And those you can practice at

structor who had saved Custer from L4 the soul. He has promised. We home. *

being expelled from West Point by may count on His fulfillment. We
$ '
,4 Just stand up there, relaxed, nothing in
reducing his demerits. : show our faith in our fellowmen by hands to
f your distract you-and give 1 Our
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One of the
greatest military wiz-
nique. Tells how to
prepare a speech,
;; then fully trust the omnipotent, nev-
ards of all time, Custer was almost a yUnsung gives sample speeches, also rules of par-
expelled from West Point "for having > er-failing God? liamentary procedure. Send your or-

the' worst record" of any student ........d ,," ::,. """""' { II. A Safe Way to Heaven (John der to:
there Any cadet who 14:4-6).
100 hero. A sterile canula This technician is the Our'Saviour' has not just be- SERVICE
gets demerits (over a period of operating gone 635 Sixth Avenue New York City
six months) is automatically tossed has been inserted into the horse's apparatus in which 'final sterilization fore us and bade us follow as best Enclose 10 cents In coin for your

out of the military academy. Dur jugular. Blood is drawn into the and filtration of biological we may, but He is.Himself the Way.. TAUGHT copy of PUBLIC- SPEAKING' ,SELF--_- _J
ing his first half year at West Point tube Having Christ, we have the way.
and allowed carried
) Custer piled up 129 demerits. (He large to clot. products is out. Observe that He does not say that Name ...............................

I J was saved by a sympathetic instruct He is the "way-shower," as one religious Address .............................
' 1 r+ tor who reduced them) in his system names Him. He is

studies he was at the bottom of his : not just an example, or the master-

class, and probably the only reason t teacher, or a martyr to a holy cause. Do You Like Jingle Contests?,

, he was graduated was that the Civil He is "the way, the truth, and the
- s. Beginning the middle of January,
L rk "
war started and the Union army life.
Raleigh Cigarettes are'starting another
needed officers. Note too that to
no man comes
$ series of weekly.contests for
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? the Father but Christ. Dr. Wil-
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I those who can supply the best last
Custer always believed in bur M.I Smith points'out that "the
fightingan line to a jingle. Over 100 liberal
enemy when he saw one, with- 51 apostle Paul in his epistles constantly prizes each week Watch this pa-

out stopping to consider the cost emphasizes the truth that we have per for details.-Adv.
When he was a kid, he once rwiL. 4L: Y : \ :i access to the 'Father only throughthe

attended a dance and noticed one Lord Jesus Christ (Rom. 5:2;

of his enemies poking fun at him : .:. I Eph. 2:13, 18; 3:15; Heb. 7:25; 10:
outside by making faces and ges- .. : gyF rr ix : 19-21). Jesus is not one way to God DON'T LETCONSTIPATION

tures through the window Cus- He is the only way to God. Men

ter rushed up to the window and "t\1\ cannot come to God through any-

pushed his fist right through the one, 'but only through Christ." SLOW YOU UP

pane into the guy's snoot. Someone may say; "That's very When bowels are sluggish and you feel

-Buy Defense Bonds true, and wonderful. I am a Chris-I irritable, headachy and everything you
do is an effort, do as millions do-chew
Custer tian and I have Christ'wh is the
was a showman who knew .FEEN-A-MINT, the modern chewinggum
how to do things in a manner that way. But what is heaven like? laxative. Simply chew FEEN-A-

hit people between the eyes. At the III. A Symbolic Picture of Heaven MINT before you go to bed-sleep with

end of ''the Civil war, the army pa- y .(Rev. 22:1-5). out thorough being disturbed-next relief, helping morning you feel gentle swell,

raded in review before the Presi- 6 / i First of all there is "life"-the again, full of your normal pep. Try
dent and other dignitaries in front of ; river of life, the water of life. In FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy

the White House Just as he ; #,,. / 4 $3 heaven there is no death, but only: and economical.A generous family supply

approached the reviewing stand, his / eternal e", blessing, peace, and joy. FEEN.A.MINTcoitsoKnowledge
horse reared and started to run In this world man lives under the

away With 'a 'flourish, Custer constant shadow of death as the en-
mastered it and onlookers cheered Wearing aseptic masks, caps and gowns, women technicians are work emy which hurts, destroys, and reminds -
wildly as Custer galloped back into ing on sterile cubicles, filling the vials with anti-rabic vaccine. This him of sin. But in Heaven Through Zeal is

r his place in line and passed the re- product has saved the lives of many bitten by rabid animals. all is life through eternity. ten Through through zeal lack knowledge of zeal knowl-got-

viewing stand a second time .. "When we've been there ten thousand years ,
nun'u. w v edge is lost let a man who knows
i., He insisted it was an accident, but yny'xs .. Bright shining as the sun ;
, rivals argued that his horse never We've no ,less days, to sing God's praise this double path of gain and loss
Than when we first begun." thus place himself that knowledge
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up before or after tha1'parade.. 'Mwwr.ww.n'Aww.w..vr.Yn'M+n .vY/r. A
w Then we have what Dr. A. C. grow.-Buddha.
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/ Viiti44ivI Gaebelein calls "the seven gloriesof
It took a month to make Custer'slast
the redeemed" (vv. 3-5). Let us
;stand for the film, "They Died enumerate them.: (1) "No curse"- T
With Their Boots On" 'Histori- '
ans believe the actual battle couldn't perfect sinlessness.: (2) "The throne : COLDS
of God and of the Lamb shall bethereil1'
have lasted more than from half to
giving perfect and bless- qui.clltfj .cclc
three-quarters of an hour, Custer'smen
ed forever. (3) "His

bered usually were. credited. Although so ,hopelessly with Sitting having outnum-Bull beenin is i'i' cT fect servants,government unhindered shall serve, untiring him"-service.in per- 6 66 COUCH NOSE TABLETS LIQUID SALVE DROPS DROPSSPECIAL

Heaven will not be idleness (perishthe
charge of the massacre, actually H. ; / SgyCGW .Dpf Aiq lgpMlL 2K ', are: '
he was as far away from the battleas thought!), but blessed and hap-
service for God. (4) "They shall
his horse could get him. As soon py
as he heard of Custer's defeat, Sit- see his face"-an eternal, undimmed
Bull vision of God. (5) "His name shall
ting returned, claiming that
he had been in the hills using his be on their foreheads"-speaking of
eternal ownership and possession.
power with the Indian gods to bring
about victory The Indians (6) "There shall be night no more" BARGAINSWHEN
didn't know until after the battle -God is the light throughout eter-

that it was Custer they had been nity. No more darkness to fear. (7)
fighting. : ; a "They shall reign forever and ever." you see the specials of

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the, picture this repartee getsa this world, for that brings only sor- the columns of this paper

howl The commandant at w. row and trouble, but to reign with you can depend on them. They
West Point summons Custer and Him, that 'indeed will be eternal mean bargains for you.

(threatening to expel him for hav- --- blessedness.So .

ing a fist fight with a fellow cadet) As in every other step of the preparation of sera, vaccines and anti- then we have-a sure promiseof .They,are not offered afraid by to merchantswho announce
asks him if a heaven to which we have a are
"I didn't he know has anything," Custer to say toxins, extraordinary precautions are taken in bottling the products. A safe way, and concerning which we their prices or the qualityof

"that you could get fired says from the, glass window covers most of the filling operation to prevent air con. have such blessed knowledge. But the merchandise they offer.fE .

army for fighting." tamination. what good is the promise if we do

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KINDERGARTEN CHILDREN Friday in the Library Room. The Sambo". The group gave the 'and because one of Florida's native -
i decorations in the pledge of allegiance to the flag and '
GIVE PARTY FOR MOTHERS room were sons,
Capt. Colin P. Kelly, jr.,
which the children had mad sang America, and two action songs. Ehney & Foster
of Madison, a member of the air I
The kindergarten chi Id r e n Sharon Crochet told the storyof Each child assisted in servingthe PAINT
corps; went to his death as the CONTRACTORSSprayer (
,taught by Mrs. W. E. Dilley, gavea the "Three Billy Goats Gruff" refreshments of tomato juice For Furniture
Christmas party for their'moth rs and John Perry told "Little Black and crackers; and each presented No. 1 hero of the war. r Painting :

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.;..=":N:N:N:..:..;N j N;N;N j N;N x..H N X N X N J"IMolassesFed..:N:N:N:N N:N N:N N N N:N:N N:..:N:..:N:N:.N:M:N:N:N:N:N N:N:N:.' made These were in the cookie kindergarten cans covered class. 4-313 b ;
: Hamburgers- :i:: with bright pictures, and the child's (Publisher)
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? .'s'. Mrs. Dilley gave the boys red DEPARTMENT, OF TilE INTERIOR! J. M. COUSE
j STILL lOc 7 : and white pencils and the girls ington, D. C. at Wash-i

; : hair-ribbons of red, white and blue. DECEMBER g, 1941. Counselor and Attorney at Law
: : Each child also received a scrapbook NOTICE is hereby given that Ray Hopkins Building ;
: At Alderman's Sandwich Sh : :i: C. Hull, of LaBelle, '
p' ., ..I with its own ,name. Florida, who, \
.I Wednesdays and Saturdays
s' I on 6, 1937, made Sec. 2289 I
:. ., .s Attending were Mrs. A. H.. King R. S., Homestead Entry, No. G. L. O.
;. Bowling Alleys Open. Cash Prizes Each Week .?: and Wayne, Mrs. V. L. Jones and 06520, for SW>4, Section 27, Town- I 9:80 to 4:00
ship 45 S., Range 32 E., Tall. Meridian -
f Taxi Service to Any Part of City at Reasonable Rates :::I Franklyn, Mrs. B. L. Thompson, Florida has flied notice of Intention -

Bernie and Gene, Mrs. R. H. to make three-year 'Proof,
to establish
claim to the land above
ALDERMAN'S Knight, Jimmy and Tommy, Mrs. described before William T. Hull,
I: Joe Griffith and Sammy. Mrs. Clerk, Circuit Court, at LaBelle,
Florida,, on the 7th day of February,
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N. Smith and Howard, ,Mrs. R. names as witnesses:
Stafford Luckey Tom G.
N. Childress, Dennis, Billy ,and Hill, L. M. Jennings, all of LaBelle,
Bobby, Mrs. W. W. Perry and John, Florida _

= -==] : :;m Mrs. E. P. Beery and Gene, Mrs.S. Assistant JOEL DAVID Commissioner-WOLFSOHN or,
: L. Crochet and Sharon and Mrs.R. Register.
Dec. 26, Jan.
2-9-16-23, 1942.
J. Lee Linda
c and Jane and
Mrs. R. M. Hare and Ronald.. for Rent

Governor Proclaims JOHNNY BURSON

r Aviation Cadet Week Expert Shoemaker'next ,

door to Nowling's Service

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Tallahassee, Dec. 26-Governor -
Holland has proclaimed Florida -Good Work-Prompt ServiceJohnson's TrespassersWill
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[till fJ 'jWj '1 I.WII1'1 II Aviation to Floridians 12, during Cadet to which give Week serious he, urges January consideration young 5- --- Be .

to flying careers as a means Fish Camp 1 ProsecutedClewiston

of wartime service and peacetime (Xear Hurricane Gate) }

opportunity.The Clewiston, Fla. j

governor pledged his full- Boats and Motors-Guide Service

est cooperation to Co 1. Oscar Foley, Rates Reasonable
BRING) In the Yule log, army recruiting officer for Florida, I '\. H. Johnson:, Mgr. I IT.
I J Jd in observance of the week, and
make the hearthfire glow, and let

the spirit of joy be unconfined! It named committees in each congres- :
: : sional district to help promote en Realty
i," is Christmas that magic: time
listments. CLEWISTOX I
_, for all the world!
"Florida feels very close to the TINNING & PLUMBING SHOP j DevelopmentCorporation
.' In this "happiest holiday season"we air corps", the governor said, "be-
C !only wish for you that thehappiest cause of the establishment of a Anything in Plumbing Fixtures

possible Christmas joy number of air bases in this state, Prompt, Efficient Service
be I
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It has been a source of genuine (..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..=": .:..:..:..:..:.:..:.:-:.:..: PETER CHRJSTENSEN, Mgr.

pleasure to have served you dur-
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past year we hope 1
for 'a continuance of our friendly

relations. .
By a treaty signed on November

18, 1903, Panama granted to

the United States "all the rights,

power and authority within the '
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zone" for the sum of $10,000,000in

gold coin and an annual payment ;
WILL during the life of the A,

3VIADDOXI h'eatof $2 O,000 in -gold coin. ;

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