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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 2, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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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.! VOLUME 13; NUMBER 7 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY '2, 1942 SUBSCRIPTION-$2.00 PER YEAR


1/1// DEFENSE COUNCIL_ .- Drivers' License I STEWART IS- AGAINMENTIONED New Jersey Teachers ,CITY'S ACQUISITION I


Tests Are Given Here On State TourA

'I: NAMES MEMBERS I FOR OF UTILITIES URGED

Examinations of applicants for group of school teachers on /

RATIONING BOARD driver's licenses will be given at STATE SENATORElbert a tour of Florida sponsored by the BY ENGINEER OWEN:
one o'clock each afternoon except New Jersey State Teacher's College
Sunday at ,the receiving station by at Patterson visited Clewiston Wednesday '!

': E. L. Stewart, W. N. Martin and patrolmen Ward Brinson and L. Stewart, Hendry coun- and after a luncheon at From W. C. Owen, city engineer -
I Dr. J. W.' Ezelle were named as George Reichgott,' of the State ty's representative in the legisla- the Inn were escorted throughothsugar comes this week a 'statement con- .
members of the Clewiston alloca- Highway Patrol, it was announced ture 'has been prominently men- house and over points of cerning the proposed acquisition,
this ,week. interest in the community by Fred the city of the, Clewiston' public I
; tion board in charge of commodities tioned as a candidate for the sen- by
rationing at a special meeting of the Anyone who desires to obtain a ate by various papers and politi- W. Davis. utilities, which is to be decided upon
driver's license should apply to the There were thirty-eight in the election 13th
county defense council called, :Mon- cians through the district. Mr. at an on January I.
; \ patrolman at the '''receiving station, Stewart has so far made no an- party, thirty-five of. them women. when freeholders, ,of the city wilt'
day night by R. Y. Patterson, county women .
Three of the '
accom-
were
chairman. as soon as possible. He, will con- nouncement of his intentions. say whether or ,not, revenue certifi-
i tinue to meet applicants there each However, Allen Morris, political panied by their husbands. The cates can be pledged for the pur-.
; Because of the separation .ot'the tour was arranged by Kenneth B. '
afternoon at one o'clock, as longas editor of the Miami Herald addedto chase of the''Jocal power and water-
1 population of the county It was White, director of personnel for
there seems any nee'd.Two the mention of Mr. Stewart's plant and distribution system. Thisis
thought advisable to appoint two the college.. '
candidacy in Sunday's Herald. In the second of a series of articles i
committees for this important work, ArrivalsIn concerning the advantages of muni- '
New the column "Viewing Florida Poli
I which immediately begins rationing tics", Mr. 'Morris said: Mrs. Duff's RecordIn cipal ownership to appear ,before
of automobile tires, and Dennis ,
Clewiston On "There is quite a possibility that the election: J-
Small, R. :M. Harris and C. A. ,
+I' I "On' 13th the freeholders
". I Representative Elbert Stewart of Red Cross Work, January, ; '
Davis were named on the LaBelle of Clewiston will to to
New Years Day' Hendry county may go after Sena- go polls (
board. :Mr. Patterson, as chairman
tor David Elmer Ward, who' expectsnow Inspiration To Others vote on the issuance of 175000.00 (.
of the county council and L. M.
for the
to seek re-election. For ,a revenue certificates purchase -
Jennings of LaBelle, chairman of 'five babies born this week :
Of the
time he considered entering the of the local water plant and: I"' J
: the committee on industry and material at the Clewiston ''Hospital, two of congressman-at-large race, in whichH. 'Mrs. F. Deane Duff, chairman of the electric distribution system The

v resources, will be ex officio them chose New Year's Day in Earnest Overstreet' Miami har- production for the local Red Cross purchase price, is: $125,000.00 which; 1
members of the rationing boards. which to make their debut into' the bormaster, and Congressman ,R. A. chapter has set a: goal for work' will leave $50,000.00 available for- ,

There was considerable discusionof :world.. (Lex). Green of Starke are .can- that will prove an inspiration not expansion and extensions. This
several other matters connectedwith A daughter, Wanda Marie: didates. only: to ladies in Clewiston but in does not mean that the City COmmission -

the county defense work, weighing seven pounds, two ounces, "Should Stewart decide to oppose other areas.Wherever.- will necessarily go out and'I
.j' particularly the matter of air raid was born to Rev. and .Mrs. iH. C. Ward, he might be a good Mrs. Duff is seen will spend $$50,000.00 just to be spend-

I warning "service which is now 'functioning Meador. !J bet, provided no other candidate also be seen her knitting bag with ing it but it does mean that the- I
i I to a partial extent. Air A son, Charles"' Dennis, was bornto turns up. Any man' who can be needles and yarn. Her knitting Commissionwnt' 'have funds avail-
raid wardens are making daily contacts Mr. and Mrs. John T. : Nead able to do those things that are
I returned to the legislature term begins with a busy day, devoted to
i with the Army to make rou- and weighed eight, pounds, \ three after term just has to have some- many civic and social affairs and found necessary to meet the needs -I
tine reports. C. H. Berner, one of ounces. Mrs. Nead's home Us in in a growing community.
thing on the ball, and Stewart has continues till the last light is out l'
the air raid wardens for Clewis- Lakeland but she has been visiting' been there for ,10 successive years". in her home at night. "Why should the City own th& \
: ton was selected as the one to be her mother here, Mrs. Daisy Yoder, public utilities( ? 'When one con-
Mrs. Duff, in less than 18 months,
: contacted here in the event of for several weeks. j siders that the utilities are a public 1
raids or any other emergency and On New Year's Eve a son was has knitted 15 sweaters, six caps, necessity, something that every
FORMER SHERIFF H.. 19 pairs of socks I and a pair of
I Sheriff Bill :Maddox in LaBelle. :Mr. born to Mr. and Mrs. L. C. West- family. In Clewiston must use, he
mittens total of 608
making a
) Maddox 'heads the division of civil berry of Hooker's ,Point who. has will immediately realize that what-
protection for the county council not been named. On Tuesday a L. DELANEY DIED AT hours.recognized Red Cross knitting ever advantage and profit that

: and, the air raid warning service six pound, 'eleven ounce daughter, accrues from the operation should
is in his division. Glenda Tenny, was born to Mr. Many have learned to knit under belong to the, public.
,A request for information on and Mrs. Glen V. Brower of Clew- HOME MONDAY' NIlE her supervision. ,,She teaches in ,"Many towns and cities In Florida -
: privately owned planes in the county iston and a daughter Frances the Community Center each Mon- 1 own and operate their electric
i was read from the state council Lucille, weighing seven and''a day and Friday, and has spent 163 systems, ,some of these towns and ,
i >..:- office and plans made 'to. immediately quarter pounds, to, ,Mr. and,, Mrs.. Halley Llewllyn DeLaney, 57, hours In actual supervision. during cities and their populations are:'

I send, in this information. Ben Sherrod of Shawnee Farms. died shortly before midnight Mon- the past year. Bartow ... .. ... ...... 6,152 ,1
\ Mrs. 'R. N. Miller of IlaBelle, day at his home in LaBelle. Whilehe The Incentive for Red Cross pro- Ft. Pierce ....___...._............ 7,965 j
: head of ,the Woman's, 'Division, reported ;Kiwanis Club :JHoJdta had been ill for a year and bed- duction work in Clewiston ,is even Gainesville ......................... 13,757
r ., that' 'she' )had: : named :the fast over two months'death,, at, the greater this year., The.,.Florida Jacksonville ..-.:...":...::....:'....::.;;. 175,000-( :.

following sub-committee chairmen Regular MeetingThe time ,was unexpected. Red Cross area has been given a Kissimmee .:.................?._..../. .:3,500 -
: and their appointment was approved Funeral services were held Wed- separate supervisor, Mr. ;Rowland, Lakeland .._____...........-......._ 22,000
I ij by the council: nutrition, Mrs. nesday afternoon in the chapel of and will receive all' materials free Orlando ................__.........._. 36,736 f

Nell Grigsby, LaBelle; clothing Kiwanis' Club held its regu- Spooner and Englehart in Fort from national headquarters. Too, Quincy .........:......_.__............ 4,064
I supply, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Clew- lar meeting this week at the' Inn Myers with the Rev., Bruce B. Hall, the knitting being done now is Tallahassee ..............._........ 16,097
iston; recreation, Benjamin Sweet- on Wednesday night with ,a good pastor of the Church of the Naz- for American boys. :'Vero Beach ........................ 3,05ft(
I ing, ,LaBelle; home gardening and attendance despite the fact that it arene in Columbus Ga., officiating. "Many of these cities paid surplus '
t foods, County Agent 'D. H. Ward, was New Year's Eve. 'Interment was in Fort Myers ceme- Kelly Donates $50.00To in to their operating: funds
I LaBelle; consumer interest ,Mrs. H. Plans were made for the installation tary.. and rendered public service running
t G. Atchley, ,Felda. of officers and Ladies' Pallbearers were W. T. Hull, J. Boy Scout Troop from '$3,000 in Quincy to $100,000 s"
I It'was reported that the Junior? Night for next week at which time O. Alderman, Dennis Small, R. C. t In Jacksonville. To the extent that
Class girls of the schools, the Boy Herb Sawyer of Miami, newly-: Nowling, R. N.' Miller .and E. ,M. these utilities contributed to the;:
Scouts :and the United States Sugar elected Lieutenant-Governor, will Cornette. Honorary pallbearers were ,E. E. Kelly, president ,of the general funds of these cities the- .
I Corporation have begun collecting be present 'to act as installing F. V. McLeod, J. F. Tippey, 'H. 'G. Clewiston Motor Company, this tax payers were relieved of the,
waste paper. There was also a officer. Frierson, Bob King, Frank Howard week ,sent his personal check to burden of the cost of city govern .
{ discussion of ways and means to Material was on hand and '$14.50in and W. H. Saxon. the .local troop of Boy Scouts witha ment.
promote the sale of defense bonds defense stamps were sold at Mr. DeLaney was widely known letter" stating that the donationwas "Municipal plants are exempt from
j (Continued on Page 10) I the meeting. throughout south ''Florida, particul- "to honor' the fine efforts of considerable taxes that 'privately
t arly in the counties surrounding former Scoutmaster Charles Ben- owned utilities are subject to pay..
Hendry, through his services of son, now serving with the U.: S. The amount saved in taxes alone

I 1941 Was Another Year Ot more than nine and a half yearsas Navy". will pay the salary of a first class:
sheriff of Hendry county. Continuing in the letter Mr. superintendent."We .
I In June of 1931 he resigned the Kelly said, "It is a pleasure to do not have exact figures on

Great Progress For ClewistonQuotation office of county commissioner when enclose our check in the amountof the operation of the' plant in Moore
", he was appointed sheriff by Gov. $50.00 for the purpose of help- Haven, which is owned ,by, the City,
,---- I Doyle E. Carlton to fill the unex- ing to provide more of'the con- but we suggest you talk to Mr.
"". from the Clewiston I City' Hall building and made pro- pired term of the late Dan McLaughlin structive training you are able to Parkinson, Mr. Settle or anyone
I News' first 1941 issue: visions for a Public Library in Afterwards in '32 and give to the future citizens- of the else from Moore Haven who knows
"A glance back thru the files of the same wing; A Garden Club '36 he was elected and reelectedto United States of America. I trust something about the operation,
,-, the News, for the year just closed committee organized the library the same position. Prior to be- that this donation may aid you there. ",-i ni h t'\
shows 1940 to have been an event- which now has 904 volumes on Its coming 'county commissioner he had in effecting some of the things you "The revenue certificates that are
ful year in Clewiston's history and shelves: and is open two evenings I served as city commissioner, of La- have hoped to do and with best proposed are not liens on real
it is rather difficult for some to (Tuesday and Thursday) and one. Belle. wishes for your success". estate. No one is placing a mort-
believe, that so 'much could have afternoon (Saturday) each week.."I Mr. DeLaney came to LaBelle In acknowledging receipt of the gage, on his property. These cert -
happened during one short year". The Community Center, is availableat 22 years ago from Palmdale wherehe donation, W. C. Owen, local scout ficates are payable solely from
That was concerning the year all times: settled when he first cameto commissioner thanked Mr. Kelly revenues derived from' the operar-
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1940 and it could be repeated con-I The experiment of the United Florida back in 1912. He was and assured him that the money '(Continued on Page 5)
I cerning the year 1941 with no exaggeration States Sugar Corporation in cattle a native 'of Cross Roads, West 'Virginia would be expended in such a way ,

I of, fact: The truth is feeding ,continued to attract statew where he was born May 30, that it would promote the successof I Billy Davis Injured
that 1941 even exceeded 1940. i d e attention. "Molassesfedsteak" '1884_ the son of Mr. and Mrs. the Boy Scout organization in ;

I The unexpected always happens, was the main dish at the, ,Reason C. DeLaney. Clewiston. However, Mr.: Owen Accidental Shot
and as 1941 was ushered in no one I annual President's Dinner in February While still a small boy the said, Mr. Benson will remain as By
I \j dreamed that before the year was ; 250 cattlemen visited Clew- family moved to Union, Neb. andit scoutmaster of the local troop although -
I I ended there would be a fully equipped iston, saw the dehydrating plant was in the rural school of that active leadership is now Billy Davis is '.recuperating at
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4 British flying school a few I where lemon grass is reduced to community that he received his imposed upon his first assistant, his home from a badly injured
miles from Clewiston and that it I pulp, and inspected the cattlefeeding education.He Jimmy. Wilson. J. W. Beardsleyis shoulder which he received Satur-
.1 would be planned, constructed, pens. The experiment has con- understood the problems of acting as' Mr. Wilson's assistant. 1 day afternoon when a shotgun he
operating and turning out advanced tinued with ever-increasing success the farmer for as he grew up he was carrying was accidentally dis-
pilots for the Royal Air Force, all and much improvement work has assisted his father in working the Sea Scout Patrol I charged. Luckily no bones were
w, within the space of a few months.It been done at the old dairy where home plantation. Later he em- broken and no muscles torn loose
was John Paul Riddle's dream the tests are conducted.The barked on railroading and' becamean May Be Organized and recovery from the injury is
and he' turned it into a reality. The research department 'of the employee of the Missouri & I expected to be rapid.
first class of, cadets have beengraduated sugar corporation launched an expansion Pacific R. R., working up to con- I Billy had planned a hunting trip
and have returned to program, expending $16- ductor. An effort is, being made to secure near the ridge with Hervey Bourne
L :. the United Kingdom, sergeants' in 000 in equipment and buildings. When he was 2,0, Mr. DeLaney I a sponsoring organization for a and John Robbins early in the
f the RAF. The buildings include a new green- married a Nebraska girl, Ruth : patrol of Sea Scouts for the older afternoon just before attending the
-: Last year, it was thought that: I house, storage barn and insectary. Townsley. Eight years later following members of the local Boy 'Scout afternoon matinee at the 'picture
Clewiston had a housing problem Major' item of equipment is a $3- an accident in which he troop and if this, can ,be done the show. The accident occured at
\ and although there have been about ,500 spectroscope. was seriously injured he ended his patrol will be organized at once. the Robbins home. Billy had the
.:;- three new houses under construction Corporation officials completed railroad career and the family Seven or eight of the Scouts are borrowed shotgun in his arm (unloaded -
continuously through the year, plans for a mammoth expansion to came to Florida. eligible.E. of course) and let it slide to 1,
.K; Clewiston has 'an even greater include an entire new laboratory The sympathy of his many E. Gross, who has had con- the ground, butt first while talk-
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housing problem as 1942 begins. and a starch factory. Priorities have'') friends throughout this section is siderable experience as a Sea Scout ing. The safety was off and the
S This is due largely to the influx of been granted by OPM for the starch extended the family in this bereave- skipper will be in charge of the gun was discharged striking his
scores of families who are connected factory and it is expected that its ment. patrol shoulder and only narrowly missinghis
with the Flying School in some construction will begin shortly and Survivors are his widow; daughter face.

capacity. will be the major item in 1942's Mrs. Harry Turner of Clewiston; C. E. Lewis of Miami is here He was rushed to the Clewiston
During the year the City of news. two sons, Harry C., and H. L. DeLaney for a few days and is registeredat Hospital at once and the wound
Clewiston established a Community The Clewiston High School jr., of LaBelle and five the Inn. Mr. Lewis is an auditorfor dressed after which he was- removed -..
Center In the east wing of the (Continued on Page 4) grandchildren. the U. S. Sugar Corporation. to his home.


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1. What are agenda? fight the battle, of Waterloo?
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2. What is the Dick test? The Answers .
;' STORY SO FAR: Larry Cutter posal, and they were married after sign- bonds as surety. She cashed a $1,000
,- THE
'..: startled pretty Jacqueline (Jack) Anthony Ing a contract providing that bes to bond when her father, Vince Anthony, 3. Who cut the Gordian knot? 1. Memoranda of things to be'. ,J
public stenographer at the Hotel care for her, and that she may continue needed an operation. Detective Staples 4. What does frappe mean in done. t
Raynear, by telling her that she could to live as she Is living for six months, told Jacqueline that he was watching cooking? 2. A test made by physicians to
t- realize her globe-trotting ambitions by after which she could tear up the con. Larry. 5. Was "Old Ironsides" sheeted determine the susceptibility to
marrying him. She accepted his pro- tract. lie gave her $10,000 in U. S. Now continue with the story.had with iron? scarlet fever.

_ ; # # 6. Who wrote the lines, "The 3. Alexander the Great. ;

k Before the afternoon was over, midst of one that might end written any letters for you ,." world is so full of a number of 4. Chilled with ice. ':

Jacqueline had made her decision. She shivered a little and tried to "Just like that, eh? Your friend things, I'm sure we should all be 5. No. The' historic ship. was i

That first feeling of hurt, because forget that.Jacqueline. Lieutenant Staples apparently is a as happy as kings"? wooden. !

Larry had not let her know he was was Dr. Kennedy'sfirst discerning gentleman. Do you mind 7. Mohammed fled what city on 6. Robert Louis Stevenson.. ,\

back, vanished. He must be warned.He visitor that night, making the telling me how he got my footprints what is known as the hegira? 7. Medina. !

must be! stop at his office before going to under his magnifying glass? 8. What are' the two most north- 8. 'Venezuela and Colombia.

But how? see her father. Vince's operationwas "Don't you see? He figured, if erly countries in South America? 9., Belgium. .' !
There was a problem. It wouldbe scheduled for tomorrow at elev- you had been staying at the Ray- I

simple enough to call his room, near, you might have dictated let-
.but dangerous. Even if she went en."I don't believe there is the slightest ters tome and ."
into the nearby drug shop and called cause for apprehension," was the '"And you weren't able to tell him I[ A Career in U. S. Civil Service I ,

from a booth, the 'conversation doctor's comforting report. "Your what they were about.. That's whereour _
might be overheard. The lieutenant father has responded very nicely to hero ran into a stone wall."

I might be checking on Larry's calls. treatment. I'm not looking for any "When he described you," she ad- as letter carrier ($1,700) and ad-

But she could write him a note. complications. If I were you, I mitted quietly, "I did remember vance by competitive steps to I

There was the solution! Type it. should go to work tomorrow as usu, that you had given me several busi- postmaster. ,. !

Use no signature and place it in a al. You can call up the hospitalin ness letters. And that 'was all I did C *
plain envelope. Jacqueline. felt a the afternoon. If anything should tell him." These are but a small fraction of U.-S. :'

little thrill run up her spine. She happen, I'll see that you hear at Civil Service opportunities. Our 32-page
Her pride would not let her demand booklet lists many other interesting jobs
was trying to outwit,the police.In once. That's a promise. an explanation.Vince's with pay, requirements type of test giv
her excitement, she was ableto "Surely?" en. Tells how to apply.Send your order to:
welfare seemed the only ,
appreciate the humor of that let- "Absolutely. By evening, you a
real, important thing in the world
ter. The first one she ever had writ- should be able to see him. Trot 1 UEADER.HOME SERVICE
justnow.. If anything should
tell him go 635 Sixth Avenue New York City I
ten to her husband. And to along now and don't worry.
wrong'tomorrow Larry's quick
-of all things-that the police were But it was not so easy to be cheer- and desire to be of Enclose 10 cents in coin for your
sympathy
help
copy of GETTING A JOB WITH THE '
V on his trail.Actually ful when she found herself with had touched her strangely. His very GOVERNMENT. i:

t she guarded her infor- Vince. She couldn't bear the thoughtof nearness brought comfort He Name................................. j
mation a little more closely than anything happening to him. fJ
would was so big and dependable. Address............................. .\
that. But she hoped Larry
At nine o'clock, Jacqueline gave Larry broke the silence. "Look

understand.She her father a lingering kiss. She here, Jack. I don't know whether d ,

left the office promptly at left the room, smiling at him that gum-shoe gave you a bum steeron ;I i I I36TABLETS ,
time and went three blocks "
closing
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or not. I was rather 209 1
out of her way to put the note in cheerful little farewell. Then out purpose loo TABLETS 35c p5
looking for something like that to KS.
the postoffice, looking guiltily over through one of the side entrances to happen, b' I didn't think you'd be New Worker, Can Learn and Earn. AAA 1
her shoulder as she thrust the enve-
Baxter street.
__ worried with it. I told you that fate TF YOU'RE planning a career, \
lope through the slot. !
Parked in the shadows was a long in all this and '
was you've helpedme i > you may find that U. S. Civil WORLD'S '
The first working hour of the next
roadster from which Larry leaped
a lot tonight. That's all I'm go- Service gives the opportunitiesyou LARGEST ;,1
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morning was taken up by a cus- when he heard Jacqueline's step. ptK az 9 I''
ing to say because you've got trou. want., For Uncle Sam offers io f :
tomer who maddeningly slow A
vas "You're very prompt, was his bles enough of your own without many'chances to get ahead.In .
with his dictation. About the time
'' fin- greeting. "Hop in. We'll take a packing any on my account. Could some office jobs you progress'
he seemed the 'hoped-for
near little spin somewhere and talk as eat anything, provided we can six A Junior
you through grades. Young Man's Need
/ ish of his, work, Jacqueline glanced "
we go. find place that looks inviting?" at $1,400 It is
'f'!:;, into the lobby just in time to see any Stenographer, starting not book learning young
' Jacqueline said nothing until they "Oh, no. I think, perhaps, we may become ''a Senior, then a men need, nor instruction, about .
, < Larry passing. \
were some distance from the hos- should turn back now. It's getting Principal.If this or that, but a stiffening of the
He her bright smile which
a
' gave pital. Larry might have guessedthe late:" you have training in a pro- vertebrae which will cause themto
she returned mechanically, then began -
; From the reason for her preoccupation, ;'Whatever Her Highness com- fession you may start at $2,000 be loyal to a trust, to act
;f typing once more.I for he asked quietly, "Visiting the mands." ,and progress to $9,000. Medicine promptly, concentrate their ener-
of her however she
corner eye, "
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t F'; watched her husband drop into a sick tonight? Nothing was said after that until and law are two of the fields. gies, do a thing-"carry a mes-
i "My father. You start in the mechan- to Garcia.-Elbert Hubbard.
, chair and unfold his newspaper. Larry slowed at a busy intersectiona may sage
"What! You mean he's a patient? ical trades as a Helper-Trainee, I
in mile from Courtland street. Jacqueline
That meant he was coming as
(,-.., Why, I thought I mean, Ididn't laid her hand suddenly on earning while you learn.In .
left.
her customer
soon as
"
l( Before the client finished know he was in the city. his arm. the Postal Service you may
was I Relief At last il
"He ,has been in the hospital fora -
without experience
:. out start special
; Jacqueline had assured herself that "I think'you'd better let me .
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? little time. >
. Lieutenant Staples was not in sight. I here. I can take a car." .' : f
"Came home sick then. That'stough.
"';" Then in the door- "Why?" ,
Larry looming
way. ,His familiar drawling voice Nothing serious, hope." "I just happened to remember 'i"T ]fz For YOurCough
"He's going to be operated on to- .J'2 'iV"Ullq'
asking: "Is Miss Sherlock Home? ':.
morrow. The doctor thinks there'is Creomuldon relieves promptly be-
Then Larry had received his note "Nonsense! There's no danger of '
no danger." "' 'qqb cause:: it goes right to the seat of the
and understood the message! that. I'll see you home, of course. / trouble to help loosen and expel
"I wish I had known. Is there
Jacqueline's sense of relief was so A few squares from the apart" 111.h, :, I/. I II germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto
great that she repressed a thankful anything at all I can do for him? ment house, Larry said quietly"Don't ; soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed -
exclamation with difficulty. Doctors or nurses .?" Drop in Temperature"Did bronchial mucous mem-
about tomorrow Jack.
worry ,
Larry dropped into the official "Oh, no." Larry had gotten all I'm going over to the hospital and Jack remain cool when the burg. a branes.bottle Tell of Creomulsion your druggist with to sell the you understanding J..

chair and produced some papers these things for Vince, but he didn'tknow stick around until it's over. Just as lars came in?" you must like the way it

.... from his pocket. His face was per- it."Care. soon as I get definite word, I'll give "Cool! He was positively shivering! quickly allays the cough or you are

" fectly sober, but there was a glint of to tell me?" you a ring. You can depend on'me." to have:: your money back.CREOMULSION. .
"Larry .1"! she burst out mis- On Wrong TrailA
. amusement in his dark eyes, as he "
. "Thank you so.
--- "Vince has been in town Negro preacher was hearing
said "Just letter erably.
one please.
"
"Righto. He brought the car to a For Coughs Chest Colds, Bronchitis
He paused as Jacqueline' inserted all the time! He kept out of my confession. In the middle of it he j
quick halt, in front of number 907."Coast's .
_.... a sheet in the machine with fingers way until until he finished one stopped the young sinner. I
that trembled slightly. of his inventions and ." Her clear. Run. "Young man," he said, "youain't Kindness Is" Greatness

( "This is just a personal letter voice was breaking treacherously."I confessin'-you's braggin'. Kindness is always an evidenceof

." Larry raised his head and see," Larry offered easily. "He CHAPTER VIII greatness. Malice is the prop-

stared up at the ceiling, as though wanted to surprise you. And he was A silent man often has a repu- erty of a small soul..If anyoneis
taken sick instead." Jacqueline never forgot the' long tation for knowing about ten timesas
giving his entire concentration to the glad you are here, you have
, composition. "Dear Jack," he be- "Larry ." she began, "I hours of that next morning. Fortu- much as he really does know. not lived in vain.-George F. Hoff-
; nately, she was quite busy. But it
gan. couldn't manage about Vince .' I man.
A few staccato taps of the keys. had to use some of your money ." did not keep her thoughts from Off Pitch,
Silence. "My money!" straying constantly to the hospitaland Ben-I'm continually breakinginto

"Yours of the nineteenth instant "Those bonds." wondering how her father had song. /}

received contents carefully not- "Whatever are you talking about? come out of the operation. Gladys-You wouldn't have to eooou 1 i

ed. Please accept my thanks for Those are yours yours to use When Larry finally called at one- break in if you get the key. 510515 DAUO ft _,

information contained. I am some- in any way you like." thirty, her hands were shaking so

\ what at a loss to know how this "I know but I couldn't. Youdon't that she scarcely could hold the receiver Well 'Described LAAGE yyeonu ,

particular data came to your atten- understand. I won't spend any to her ear. Larry's voice As Sandy ,walked slowly down the>

tion, but I am accepting it grate- more than I.have. to, and then I was quiet and reassuring. village street two 0his old friends J1JZO shfy REMEDY 4'J

fully. I was not particularly sur- will put it back. If I didn't ." "Everything's fine." looked."Man,on Sandy's sadly.lookin' awf u' white and

prised to read what you had to say "If you didn't, you'd think you "Oh '. Are you sure?" thin these days," said the first. "
and will be pleased to discuss the. had ,sold yourself. That's what. "Perfectly. I've just talked to Dr. The second shcok his head dolefully. 13hurgs ksredRelce2

matter more in detail when the opportunity you're trying to say, isn't it? Kennedy himself. No complications, "Ay, ye're richt," he replied. "He's RHEUMATISMSAVERTISING 1'

presents itself. I hope it "Yes." i he tells,me. Nothing to worry about, ;list like a bottle o' milk wf shoes on!"

may be soon. Paragraph. "Wish you could forget it. I'm so far. I guess you thought I had ,

"With renewed assurances of my only too glad to do anything I can forgotten you. But, you see, an operation -

appreciation, I beg to remain yours for your dad But we'll fix it any is like a procession. They I

very ,. sincerely. That's all." way you like. When is the opera- never start on time."

Without changing his tone, Larry tion?" Larry did not see fit to tell her

continued, "Tell me in an off-hand "At eleven." that Kennedy had added he had "- .

fashion where I can see you tonight.It's "Going to the hospital?" found Anthony's condition somewhatmore ,

important.. Please." "The. .doctor_ thought I'd better involved than he had thoughtand A CYCLE OF HUMAN BETTERMENT ,"j

Jacqueline> took the sheet from wait until afterwards untilevening. that the operation was long and
her machine and looked over the He promised to call me, in tedious. But successful. '

few lines if to herself ."
as assure case
"I'm so glad! And so much
there were no errors. She held it "I get you. I'll tell you what I'll obliged," said a choked little voiceat gives you new i.deasJ ?1 ;4

out gravely, saying in a low tone: do. If you don't mind my passing the other end of the wire.
"Tonight. Baxter street entranceof myself off as a friend of the family, makes them availableto '
"Glad to be of some use. By the
the South Side Hospital. Nine I'll drop around,and make sure that '
the doctor thinks dad will economical As these '
o'clock. Twenty-five cents.". everything's all right. Okay?" way, your you at cost.
be able after dinner.
Larry rose to his feet, chuckling "That would be awfully good. of jto see you ideas become accepted .]
silently as he reached in his pocketfor you." "I'll go to him as soon as I can. new more '

the change. "It's all in the family so to "Fine. Good-by." down. As prices go down, +
"You're superb." Then he added speak. And now that that's out of It 'was not until she had her first prices go ,

rapidly, "Don't forget that my Mon- our systems, I want to talk about glimpse of Vince that the girl real- more, persons enjoy new ideas. It '

treal friends are Todman, Kell, Lim- something else. I'm curious about ized what an ordeal her father had

ited. Thanks." that note of yours." been through. His face was pinchedand : is a cycle of human,betterment, and i

"Todman, Kell ." Jacqueline "Would you rather I hadn't sentit very white.Jacqueline "' with the words
found herself repeating as Larry ?" leaned over him and : -.i starts printed

walked away without another' word. "It was mighty square of you, placed her hand on his forehead. ; of advertisement. ?
a
Why did he say that? Oh Now, Jack. But there's one thing I can't "Vince" she whispered softly. newspaper

she knew. If anyone were to ask figure. How did you get wise to the His eyes opened slowly and lookedup '

t her to whom he had written, she cops?" into her anxious face. "Hello, )

was at liberty to mention that firm. "That was really an accident. Skipper." JOIN THE CIRCLE 0 READ THE ADS

i She wouldn't, though. Lieutenant Staples he's a detective For more than an hour, Jacquelinesat
This was a dreadful game she who is around the hotel quite motionless in a chair close be-

was playing and fascinating.She often. He happened in the office, side the bed holding her father's (

always had been longing for just visiting Then, right out of thin hand. Washing him as he slept.
venture and now she was in the a clear sky he asked me .if I ever (TO BE CONTINUED) : If I

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:' / < ROBERT McSHANE To change: completely ,

; | Released by Western Newspaper Union burntr\ Fate,
: And wondrous deeds

THE New York Giants, once the wi.it doing if
fl feared club in baseball, are A fellow just .1
: experiencing a rebirth which should T 1KEs covldconcentrate
cause no ,little worry to the managers B. i
of seven other National league -\I o J
ball teams. PEEVEBy tt'c ,
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.,',' It wasn't so very many years ago :!
that the Giants were the most valu- ...
latter p

:- years their value-together withtheir
': 1\t '" power-has decreased. A few d
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', weeks ago the Giants looked like ( WNU'Service..
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,l an aggregation of forgotten men. '
.fJ"t1,; Then came the change. Bill Terry / j
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was made a major domo of sorts % ) ,
and Mel Ott was named manager
CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT I
l' in Terry's place.
; ,', Lightning struck at once. In no ,1
.:: : more than a few hours the Giants
)l i :{k>. obtained Johnny Mize, Hank Leiber O ,

f.h.+ : and Bill Werber, three of the stand-
PERSONALPERSONAL
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out figures of the National league. -
'; ',, They disposed of Burgess White- TO MARRIED WOMEN '
Use Femury Tablets (Suppositories) for:
; head, Joe Moore, Morrie Arno-
qz%< m feminine hygiene. $1 per box of 15. The:
: vich, Bob Bowman, Bill Lohrman, Femury Co., Box 6325, Washington D. C.j, .
'; )' : and Ken O'Dea. Few Giant fans r I
:::.; ," will with the statement
disagree
:. that these players were past their Love and SympathyAlmost I
prime. A couple of them never were \ PPY everyone can love, but it
of much value to the club. f \ is not everyone who can sympa-
... The new Giants are going to be thize. Sympathy that divinely:
;-. ,:, tougher competition. Harry Banning tender element-is born of suffer- ;
,-;, L.I:;,:, .a topnotch catcher who had a ing, and is only truly possessed :
'J >.';;'1,," bad season in '41, will be behind by those, who have been educatedin
the plate. Mize will be at first, the school of trouble and exp ri-
Bookie Connie Ryan at second, &cMcw ence. The premium at this schoolis
.t-t'. Bill Jurges at short, 'Werber at YQorA high, but the lessons taught
third, and Leiber, John Rucker and and learnt there are lasting and
( :;" ;r: Ott in the outfield. / eternal.-Jean Maclean.

t<< Trying to Improve

'. :;i": It is granted that many of these NEIGHOQS COLDS' MISERY NEWSDISCOVERY
;'( :,. players are question marks. Leiber
s\:' -: was beaned last summer. Mize :
: r, managed to get too fat after being -
'7, benched with a broken finger. Wer-
,:'. ber was hurt. Jurges suffered from
\,k headaches and Ott slipped.
t, : Ott knows all this. He knows that say new users of Pene'ro

1 I J'f ,someone has let the Giant machine J CJL T GIV& MEA I WHERt vanishing type salveYou
go to rust. The important' thing is TrCKEPLEASE. TO ? -
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P. can enjoy a new experience when yon
that the club is awake,and that it's r try Penetro for the first time.Discover this
trying to improve'itself. No one ex- new enjoyment in rubbing colds'miseries
pects Ott to perform a miracle. The from muscles.Rub on Penetro as directed.
It's gone like vanishing cream. Helps two
Giants need improved
a greatly ways-inside, by vaporizing; outside, by
:: pitching staff. ,Their "ifs" must counter-irritation. For tonight say Good
come through. They would like an o Night to colds! miseries with Penetro.

experienced second baseman.' But
in spite of these factors, it will come
,.'. as quite a shock if the club doesn't Worn Creatures: '.
';i'I, ?; end up ahead of last-year. We ought not to treat living

'ff.\ : \.}:'1' Ott is a smart baseball player who P 'S' creatures like shoes or household,
J 7 'll lA}
: k"I I I. knows his trade. He will have to belongings, which when worn with

: continue to spend money to rebuild use we throw away.-Plutarch.
,:' his ball club into a pennant threat. ,{,f(,
He has made a good start. Banning -, SS {; {: ;.

,,;.:' and Leiber are close friends : ,. :: FOrONLYtOINOW
and will do their best.
1' k.: i'!., The Giants may have found the 0 Less than
... trail back. It would be great news ( ANYWHEaE 1 ITDOESN'T I'VE GOT BUSINESS ALL
to the old-timers who remember MATT- OVER TH& PLACE
McGraw's Giants of 1905. I L Ren oe iii
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By'LOWELL JACKSON a dose
Use as directed on label

II i (This is one ot a series of lessons in
bowling by Lowell Jackson, one of the I
: country's outstanding bowlers. Mr. Jack
son,bu eighteen 300 games to his credit
,J. Millar
I' and has a 12-year league average of 210.) Watt
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Present and Future
'To the right of the headpin.. T # The present is big with the fu

1 I' STRIKE BALL. Always try to ture.-Leibnitz.
is i prevent your ball from striking the
headpin too full, or from crossing T
,',' 'I". over in front of the headpin. A '_ % 1
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: :\ ; cross-over ball, you will learn,
>', :..'.'f leaves pins on the right side of the
At'f: alley-that is, spares which are E
: ;'" harder to make on the second de-
.: .- livery.. May Warn of Disordered

I'/ The strike-ball bowler concentrates G.LLAAP bKM POP! HE CLAIMS Kidney Action
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Modern life with its hurry and
; ', on keeping his first ball to PLOFFK ZP, SK6MFFKUPSK A CHAV7KLET CAME Irregular habits, improper eating and
,: ; the right side of the headpin. If drinking-its risk of exposure And infec-
': : :. ', the strike is not forthcoming, the Rp MFF, IN WITH/ FOUR LE.G5! AH' tion-throws the kidneys.heavy They strain are apt on to the become workof
"i/j, pins remaining are on the left side Z Z-zz.: -ZZPr. IT BARKED ATTUM AN' over-taxed and fail to filter excess acid
,md other impurities from the life-giving
"T of the alley and present a less difficult ZIPPED AWAY )lood. ,
( spare. You-may suffer nagging backache
: : r.,\' ; Make an effort to roll your ball ZZ-ZZ.-2.ZP leg headache pains,,dizziness swelling-feel, getting constantlytired up nights,
,'t' ii .' directly at the 5 pin through the ,0 ,nervous,all worn out. Other signs
,./ of kidney or bladder disorder are sometimes -
1- 1-3 pocket. When you can do this l ,. burning scanty or too frequent
i ,with consistency, find out from what Pi urination. .
is: spot you are releasing your ball on 'p .F f kidneys Try Doan't to pass Pitt off harmful Boon's excess help body the
;' the foul line. : waste. They have had more than half a
{(h., In the future, you will release mended century of by.public grateful approval.users everywhere.Are recom-
I your ball from this spot every time By Ask your neighbor!
y!: -when you are seeking strikes- _
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FRIDAY
NEWS ,
FOUR THE CLEWTSTON:


News gone to a place like thish in the its employees in August, and .on
Clewiston
The oeginnin' instead of dumps like Christmas announced plans for an

I've been in". So, making his'way even larger distribution in 1942. 'P'I tA W

Published every Friday In Clewiston, with difficulty through the crowd, Biggest railroad news of the \

Florida,' by the CLEWISTON NEWS, he got inside.It section in many years was the be-

Tnc. happened that he had enteredthe ginning of through Pullman service,

cathedral just as the midnightmass Jacksonville to Clewiston, daily, on
KEATHL.HY: nOAVDEX, Editor was about to begin. He I November 2nd. New bus service I

didn't, have the slightest idea wherehe also was established after the open-

ntercd'"as second class mail matter was or what was'going on. ing of Road 26 to add to the' improvement 4'1.GrootIotooll .

February 1, 1927, at the Test Office In Making his way down the aisle, in transportation ser-
Clewiston! Florida, under the Act of I
vices. Locally, 'Clewiston has its
found himself facing the
:March 3, 1897., he soon ,
priest and without any hesitationhe first taxi service, "Shorty" Alder- ,-

demanded a "Scotch and Soda". man adding this service to that: of !
:Subscription R:1tf'.00 ,Per, :year.
bowling alley operation.
Realizing that the inebriatedidn't I II tLet
'On The Western Union found busi- I ,
Rates Application.
:Adverliring
,.,. "" know where he was, the i
-- ness so increased that two opera- '
priest signaled .for the choir .to, S
tors were' placed here for the first
JDevoted to the advancement -a 1d'wel- march by and sing a hymn, think- ,
:tare of Clewiston 'and Hendry County.MEM13ER. time in history. This, despite
ing that this would solve the prob-
teleprinters at the Sugar Office
lem and bring the poor fellow to
his senses. Building, Clewiston Motor Com- 'II"i Just as(a snowball grows
<= pany, Clewiston Inn and Riddle ,
Cr-7l Instead It only served to annoy down-
rolls
,. FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION \ Field. The telephone company bigger as it
N41UVALFbfIORW ASSOCIATION V ) the chap further and in a much found it necessary to add to its us give a toast to the 1 the blessingsof
hill 't
"Lishen Idon't so may ,
,1 'I:" : V louder voice he cried, bright Hew Year I
switchboard facilities and to install young f .J
want to see the floor show the New Year '
several miles of additional line i Let us drink to the better, grow
-all I want ,is jus' one HI' Scotchan' ,
to service Riddle Field. The post ;f happier days we know bigger for you, as the / ,
A Happy New "Year to Every- Soda".
body! There will be"no"'rationing office established an additional must lie ahead in 19421 ,months roll by. -.
Rural Route carrier, which indi-
of good cheer, sun hineWand friend- It seems to me that we, as a cates greatly increased mailing of And here's to you, our ''

liness.t ., Nation, have had much the same loyal friends and custom- We are going to give you
') ....''.. the community.
: __ I :attitude for the last few years than in j jJ
.
Father Lawrence J. Flynn left ers! Good health good more reason ever
,
f 1942 may be'rraa year' 'of ;disappointments with money-making and pleasure- r\ ...
after three as pastor of St.Margaret's i cheer _HAPPY I : ;
and
: an'd::vsadness to many hunting, we have let ourselves go years 1942 fort/ giving us your ;,

j ..Americans: Don't _make it :worse on a sort of wild orgie to become pastorate at to Tallahassee'and take charge of was a i NEW YEAR! valued patronage. ;:

by wearing a long face arid' borrowing steeped in selfishness. We have
,. succeeded by the Rev. Father
'" x"' '- sidesteppedour
trouble. wasted our resources,
t Timothy J. Geary who came here
responsibilities, built up a false Thompson Motor

'Tag sales ?re. rather' 'slow, prin- sense of security and our national from The Homestead.Scout,, troop was very active !i A The Toggery Shop .. :
cipally because most of us are ambition has been "Just One More
during the enjoying a summer -<' Parts ,
year f4t
wondering ilf we shouldn't let that Scotch and Soda Before the BellRings"
camp of two weeks at Lake !
Sag money go as a down payment "
We have allowed ourselves to Placid and taking part in, campo- '
on a horse :and buggy.Tupelo I
rees of the Council.: A cub pack ::1
forget those. great spiritual values
I was organized in December with ''
'
a small town in Mississippi through which a nation finds its -:
M. M.: Prewitt, cubmaster, for boys : -I
a town that operates its strength and while we still ,find
9 to 12 of
electric plant, mailed out as Christ- the imprint "In God We Trust"on years age.
:' electric'con the realm have little The year closes with the sugar atJT7
mas presents to 2500 we given I
harvest underway-a harvest that _
:sumers $31,000 worth of Defense thought or heed to its meaning. -te.1 t: -!- -!: -.q: ,
began earlier than and
:stamps. This could not: have occur- Well, the Bell has rung. Its ever gives ftb
promise of being the longest and ftI
f ed if the system had been privately time for America to sober up jqM :#
the biggest harvest in the history of I
owned. and face the future with a full .
F sugar making in the Everglades. 134f <
realization of the problems at hand, I

The fall of Manila doesn't mean united and determined to, make I 1.
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that ':Mac: :rthur is yet licked in the whatever sacrifices the situation Large Number Attend ;

Philippines. And his eventual defeat calls for. R .

I which must come unless re- Let us resolve that the year Orange Bowl Game

I enforcements reach him, doesn't 1942 will not find us wanting and

mean that the Japs have accomplished that each precious day of it will

'anymore against Uncle Sam be used to the full in unselfish The usual, large crowd of foot- S rs j.J

tl :than to, make him good and sore. service for the preservation of our ball fans from Clewiston were in

way of life, of liberty and of op Miami New Year's Day to attend flq .

I' Clewiston's new allocation board portunity.God the Orange Bowl Game and to see ,,'-
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las been named and will begin has given us TIME. Our 'All-American Frank Sinkwich lead fqW ,"

their duties with a rationing of auto ,future and our children's future the'' Georgia Bulldogs to, a 40-26 RING OUT THE OLD I ''.:

tires. In a few weeks they'll also depends now on what we do with win over Texas Christian University v RING IN THE NEW I .. ,

be rationing automobiles. Theirs is t.-Remember Pearl Harbor and I ,vf'

I I :a thankless job and in the next Manila and do your part to "Keep Among those attending the game 'x;

Tew months their patriotism which 'em Flying", "Keep 'em Rolling' were: Mr and:I Mrs. ._A. W. .

i 'caused them to accept the assignment and "Keep 'em Sailing". Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. Sandy' Bell, Happy New Year! I ; WORLD,grown tired.andweary {'. I

I may be severely strained. Do Here's wishing" you a grim and Dr. and 'Mrs.' J. W. Ezelle, Mr. !' A' ?is reborn at the :. :
your part to make their job less determined NEW YEAR to insure and Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mr. ''and At,this joyous season we r. :

', difficult by, following every rule to the "HAPPINESS' of those follow-' Mrs. Jimmy Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. wish to express our sin. stroke of 12! !sending you _: ,

j/ I make your tires last longer and ing. Foy Durrance Mr. and Mrs. H. cere Reeling of good will: Iirg our New Year greetings it is ;

' by remembering that ,the board is T. Vaughn, Mr. and Mrs. W; N. and friendship. to. the
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clear-cut set of instructions Martin Mr. and Mrs. many friends and customfi with the wish that the joyous '
f k "following a 1941 Was- W. W.'Perry,
;' and that it will do no goodo and Billy Perry, Mr. and Mrs. W. r ers whom it has been our spirit of New Year's Day will :(

\ ,criticize their actions: E. Mathis, Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. privilege to serve during
1941. extend far into the year, and _;:
(Continued from page 1) Meredith, Mr. and Mrs. M. W :

bought sound movie equipment; Bigg, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stewart, iF May you ride"highwide that 1942 will I! bring you 1

..:.:.:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:.:..:. its boys basketball team won I the Mr. and Mrs. Hub Spooner, Mr. and handsome" every day more of life's real values .
i! in 1942, andmay the best {
and Mrs. G. H. Small, Mr. and ,.
tri-county tournament in
Forte of everything be in store iO than that has S
Mrs. M. E. Von Mach Miss
FFA Evelyn any year gone
Myers; the chapter placed in ,
Too Late To ClassifyBy all contests it entered. Thirty-six Kellems, :Miss Leah Richaud, Miss for you and yours. before. '

June Hooker, ,Bob Coker, Dick ,
pupils were promoted from gram- 1 ,
RUSSELL KAY: Patterson and J. D. Hooker.
mar school into Junior High and ClewistonAppliance '" >..
twelve graduated from Senior High. Also Horace A. Bestor, Dick :

Ir r -:N:..:NN.N...:N...:..:N...:NN. :..:..:..:N.NN. :..:N:..:NN. :..:. During the summer a' portion, of I Patterson,, 'Bob Patterson, Dr. and A Clewiston Fish Co. .
the I Mrs. O. ,F. Schiflli, Mr. and Mrs. R. Store
playgrounds was filled. in to P "
!.',: There is a story told about a prevent its remaining wet during I C. Wilson, Mrs. 'L. M. Oliphant, "JOE : .

',.' ichap who found himself alone in rainy weather. \ I Mr. and 'Mrs. R. J. Lee and Mr. and GRIFFIN"r :

l the heart of New York City onf' The city charter was x amended Mrs. R. C. Nowling. oi r tatr orr.t air o'r tor YusY 7o,..t tot2t -

New Year's Eve. Sitting in a by legislative action and in September -I
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f' ,hotel' room, he bemoaned the fact the first city election was
11" "" iJO'} I21> "" !"" !"" !"" "" ",,! "" !"" '''''! ''''
I "that he had no one to join him held, all five: of the commissioners, I '
"
I :"in celebrating Surrounded with F., Deane Duff, M. W. Bigg, R. Y.I ; ..

'-seethfng humanity, he never felt Patterson, E. ,E. Kelly and J. \ '
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more alone. ,McGehee being' reelected.

Finally, ;'In desperation, he decided Interesting personalities visiting

< to go out on the street and Clewiston during'' the year were

'make a little whoopee on his own Fred Snite, Mrs. Thomas A. Edison, 1 1

.account. So he started out, stop- Johnny Philip Morris. II
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ping at bar ,after bar until, he was Road 26 was opened from South : .

iin a very mellow mood-in fact, Bay to Miami with a motorcade in
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.feeling no pain ,whatsoever." April. Scores from Fort Lauder-

Making his way with difficulty dale and Miami visited Clewiston

Into the .Astor,''tap;;HJom. ,. he pounded on this occasion. Later in the .
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the :mahogany and demanded same month 500 editors, members

"one more..tSc'otc1il: tand','.Soda" be- of the ,National Editorial Association -

( 'fore the bells began to ring and were entertained here with a

"the whistles 'tof"blowl.U u barbecue during their tour of, the

I But 'the service was slow and state.
the room"w'ii'S'h tf>and 'being\ '
more The Red Cross opened .a work

or less over burdened with "spirits", room in the Community Center two

the: 'found himself suddenly' unable days each week, and volunteer cuuihew> IfeaSi'A q to. If on :

n.o: resist the law of gravitation and workers completed scores of knitted

J '-crumpled in a heap on the floor. and sewed garments for war re- Standing on ,the threshold of the New Year we look forward with
'Quickly 'a, keen-eyed attendant had lief purposes. The most success- great :'
him up and hustled him out the ful roll call drive in the historyof i faith in the future, confident that the important and impressive lessons "f i

V door to leave'. ",,him in '.a" :,"daze on the chapter was conducted, in .. of 1941 will help light the way for 1942. Every member of this organization -,
the curb. ; November when :
$558.60-was
raisedin t '
,., }\ joins in wishing for and full -
The outer/dir: soon brought him local memberships.In : you yours a realization of those fine

'to, arid, arising: with dignity, he June 1900 'residents of Hendry J( opportunities and blessings of which,the New Year is agent and herald. .

'began mumbling to himself:' "They county registered for defense assignment .' "': ') ..., < .'
an't do thish to me, I'm a gentle- in ''event of local need. A I

man. All -I want Is one more 111' county defense organization was Let us help you build ct home in .

drink, then I'm goin' to go to set up with R. Y. Patterson chair- 1942CLEUJISTDN \ .:

'bed I'm goin' to fin' the best man. Citizens contributed 400

'night club "in New 'York, a .respectable pounds ,of old aluminum for con-

place, an' have Jus' one' more version into new articles for de- '.;, '..
'
1 in drink". fense purposes, and Boy Scouts are FEOERHLflSSOCIRTIOfl ;.
Getting back onhis feet, be began -, beginning the salvage of waste

making his way down the paper for similar purposes. Many
street when suddenly he came to Hendry county lads enlisted for ..*.. I I i y Po

"a building where men and women service in their ,country's armed

in fashionable ,dress, were entering. forces. I.

"Now thish is, the kin' of place The sugar corporation distributed .

t ?I ,want", he said. .'1 should have, bonus checks totalling $60,000 to .. J






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JPRTDAY, JANUARY: 2, 1042 THE CLEWISTON NEWS -< 'PAGE FIVE


Dr. E. B. Stover, head of the W. E. DILLEY ENTERTAINED CLEWISTON PUBLIC LIBRARY

speech department of Stetson University -I ON BIRTHDAY SUNDAYA I JOHNNY BURSON ,::

, and Mrs., Stover were in OPEN: Tuesday and Thursday evenings -' e "

\ ( Personals ] Clewiston Saturday visiting Dr and group of friends gathered at 7-9. Saturday afternoons, Expert Shoemaker !

Mrs. E. B;;;Landis at the Community the home of W. E. Dilley at his 2-6. Mrs. W. L. Lott, chairman 9

Church'Manse.;< home in the, Inn ,Apartments Sun- Library, committee. 'next door to Nowling's Service J

:<( day evening to help him celebratehis Station) ;,

Miss Kathryn Moran is spendinga Miss Evelyn .Burhans, teacher of birthday. FIRST BAPTIST: : CHURCH Good Work-Prompt Service ;

: week With friends In New York. the third.{grade :in 'the local school Home movies were shown by A. .

spent part of: the holidays 'with W. Lawrence during the evening H. C. Meador, pastorSunday -

:Mr. and Mrs. C. J. ,Gonterman her family; in' Umatilla: and part and refreshments, including a School, 9:45 a. m.

. !OJ ,spent the holidays in St. Peters of it visiting Miss Kathleen:. Flani- beautifully decorated cake with Morning Worship, 11:00 a. m. Johnson's Fish Camp

S.: burg. ken, in Texas. ,, .. '. '. candles were served to' Mr.: and Subject, "Putting'' on Christ for

'r -- "'p I Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs.J. 1942". (Near Hurricane Gate)

-Mrs..D. A. Olin 'of Tickfaw, La., air. and,:, Airs., "C',. E. Robbins, E. Beardsley Mr.. and Mrs. M. Deacon's Meeting 2:00 p. m. Clewiston, Fla.

;,,. is :spending the holidays here with Miss MariE{;; 'and tVollney Robbins, M. Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Training Union, 6:15 p. m. Boats 'and Motors-Guide Service

-Mr. Olin at the Barracks. left Saturday for 'Venice after Bell, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Carl John- Evening Worship, 7:30 'p. m. Rates Reasonable i

ti..., .' 'spending 'the holidays here with son, Mrs.: R. N. Smith and Mrs. L. The Ordinance of Baptism will W. H. Johnson, BIgr. I

-----r Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley and T. Nordlie of McLean, Va., and be observed at this service. All are
: ;/ Miss Cloyce Nail of Lakeland Is '
5-5 Mr.. and Mrs. ,J.' R bJins.: Mr. and Mrs. 'J. M. Couse of Moore invited to worship and witness this
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spending a few days here visiting Haven. impressive service. ','
Mr. and Mrs., C. J. Lovvorn. : ; ."
c:4 .I' Monthly business meeting of the CLEWISTONTINNING
Miss Florence. Graham spent the, I
',' past week in Canal Point with her DR. LANDIS' BIRTHDAY church will be held at the. closeof ,&?PLUMBING. SHOP'
'' Mrs.: G. W. Tyson, Mrs. F. E. the service. :
jc ). : -Hunziker and Mrs. E.' J. Smith sister, Mrs. William Johnson. Mr. HONORED WITH DINNER evening Anything vPlumbing FixturesPrompt "
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;. and Mrs.: Johnson, J. W. Villeneuveand Choir practice on Thursday' eve- :: :'
spent Tuesday in West Palm Beach. '
'. Miss Graham visited in Fort Mrs. E. B. LandIs entertainedwith ning at 7:30 p. m. All members of ,Efficient t"r Service
I Lauderdale and Hollywood. the choir are urged to be present PETER- vj. >
: a surprise birthday dinner CHRISTENSEN Mgr.
.Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer !
; for this first
f.the New
meeting
yesterday, New Year's Day, for Dr. .
", of Miami visited .friends in, Clew- Year.
;f, ,4ston Wednesday. Mrs. Leslie Miller left Tuesday Landis.. Their guests were Mr. and
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for Jacksonville to join Mr ';Miller Mrs.' R. C. Landis of Lake Worth, v "

who is stau'oned at the navy base and Mr. and Mrs. William Farris, City's Aquisition-

I, -Mrs.,, A. H. King and Mrs. there. The Miller house; is being of Harriman Tenn., all relatives' Ehney .& Foster ,
Blanche Turner were visitors in
, Richard Gramere Jr.
S occupied by of the family.Mr. -
: West ,Palm Beach Monday and his mother, Mrs. Richard Gra (Continued from Page 1) PAINT CONTRACTORS ". '1
i and Mrs. Farris are in Florida '
For Furniture
mere, Sr. tion of the system. Sprayer Painting j
H. A. Bestor spent several days I for a winter vacation and came Floor '.
anding ;J;
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purchase price is for a figure
this week on a business trip to over with the Landis' from Lake \ Phone 69 ,Free Estimates '. .
Dr., and Mrs. W. D. Wylie arrived Worth for the day. considerably below the value set
iichmond.z I I Wednesday from Carthage, Ark. by Day .,and Zimmerman of Phila- .' :','L. fl. )

z Dr. Wylie, who recently completed delphia, nationally known indepen-
who MRS. DILLEY ENTERTAINS
Charles E. Benson, recently
his ,graduate work at Cornell, isan dent appraisers employed by the
enlisted in the naval reserve came connected HONORING BEARDSLEY GUESTS City for the 'of making the
entomologist and will be purpose J. M. COUSE
over from Tampa, and spent the '
with the research departmentof appraisal."If .
week-end with friends here. I Mrs. W. E. Dilley entertainedat Counselor and Attorney at Law <
,the U. S. Sugar Corporation.Mr. the utilities are privately owned ,
a one o'clock luncheon Friday at ,.
t y the Hopkins BUIlding'J
makes
owner the profit
Miss Frances Woodcock, of Glen- the Inn Apartments, honoring the
and Mrs. G L. Rumpf arrived 'rro'm operation. We, the citizensof Wednesdays and Saturdays '
::
'Ville, Ga, is spending the holidays house guests of Mrs. J. E. Beards- r'
\ from Portage, Wis- Clewiston, can enjoy that profit
Friday
here with her sister, Irs. Jimmy. : ley: Mrs. L. H. Robbins, Mrs. L. 9:30 to 4:00 ; 1
:Moore. consin, for the remainder of the through public ownership". .. ;
T. Nordie, Mrs. Davis ,,McMakin and : .
sugar harvest season. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Robbins. ..$z

Mrs. and their Charles .,
Rumpf son, ,
,L. M. -- "" > --
Mrs. W. C. Wilson, Mrs. *
-'l tfr *
The center piece was of holly ,< _. ,. -- ,
'' last winter here. Charles
,Oliphant and Mrs. W. H. Lanier spent
in white bowl with red
arranged a

:.pent Beach. Wednesday in West. Palm recently stationed enlisted at Biloxi in the Miss.army and bows individual from corsages which connected making small the f Photo Finishing and CommercialPhotography 1 t:


places. The menu was carried out .
:Mrs. Leland Crews and son, Donald Mr. and: ,Mrs. G. W. .Tyson en- t_
with the seasonal colors. The !
: and ,Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hampton tertained' with a dinner party at I afternoon was spent in chattingand .

of Lakeland were guests of Mr. their home during the holidays. knitting. .;. 1 24 HOUR SERVICE .;-

and Mrs. :T3. C. Mills Wednesday. Clever airplane favors made by :;: Clewiston Photographic Service ::
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Others attending were Mrs. R. .. \
Mrs. Hunziker :marked places for ',. ..
i :-Mr. and :Mrs. 'B. L. Thompson Mr. and Mrs., E. ,J.' Smith, Mr. and I N. Smith, Mrs. John Robbins and ::2:: ',/: 2 blocks north and 1 block west of ::::

celebrated their seventh wedding Mrs. F, E. Hunziker and son, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley.THE .i. ,Barney Thomas' Gulf Service' Station + ;;

anniversary informally at their Freddie, Mr. and 'Mrs. G.., W. Tyson :x: EDWARD B. SEEGERS :X: r

nome New Years' Eve. ':: :id son', Larry. COMMUNITY CHURCH .z. The House With The_ Red Roof +_ ,'

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Fort .. E. B. Landis, D. D., minister : 1olC', .
,Jack Morris, of Myers, has Miss 'Elaine 'Freed u'nd enter- - -- -
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"" recently moved to Clewiston, and tainedwith' a chop suey dinner 9:45 'a. m. Sunday SchoolClasses ':.*:o.:..#..:*.#.*:..:..:..:**:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":":":., :":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:.:...)
1s residing with Mr. and Mrs. B. Wednesday at her home 'in Belle for all. ,2. I :.

H L. Thompson Glade. Guests were Misses Eliza- 11:00 a. -m. Morning Worship. :: I Molasses-Fed Hamburgers :;I .'

beth Breggar and Glennie Betzner Sermon by Dr. Landis.. Communion y

Mr.: and' Mrs.,'Manning: Keen' leftlednesday'for of Belle Glade, ,Dan ,.i1nd Bob Meditation, "Called to be Saints". ..j}
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Abbeville Ga. where : :_ STILL ,.... .
I Beardsley of Cle'wistorf, John Gilbert Communion Service; invitationfor .i. -.--:!, : +:
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they were called by illness in Mr. and Fred Thomas RAF cadetsof .-,
church membership and invita- ::: :(

x Kenn's family: ,Riddle Field. tion for, baptism of children. ;j; At Alderman's. Sandwich Shop ... Y
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Everyone is urged to attend and : : ; YI
have Mr. returned and Mrs.--to Emil their Summerfield home' In WEDDING INVITATIONS ISSUED share in the communion service. :;: Bowling Alleys Open. Cash Prizes Each Week'; -. ;\;

The minister is desirous of meet- ; Taxi Service, to Any Part of City at Reasonable Rates ;
Fargo North Dakota after spend- Invitations have been issued for :: ?:
Mr. ing and knowing, personally the
the here visiting
' 3ng holidays .
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the marriage of Miss Eleanor Mum-
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# and Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff. ford, daughter. of, Mr. and Mrs. people of the community. : ALDERMAN'S Y Y

Mumford 5:00 p. m. Royal Palm Society- .. .Y. ..I
Van of
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones and Nicholas Clewiston and Slyck Harley Allen Caseof Grace, Ward, leader. '.:......................................................................'.......................................................................................................... '

daughter, Marianne, are returning Evanston.. '111., The ceremony ..
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from a holiday vacation, which will be an event of January 14----w at .1
they spent in Atlanta and Jones- the Clewiston Community Church .1 {: -t: -t.: {: -<< I

boro 9 "
A ; Ga.Harry and will be followed by a receptionat v. .
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the Inn.BEARDSLEY. q
Keck, accompanied by his qv.

mother, Mrs. Harry Keck, Sr. of BOYS ARE HOSTSAT i
Greenville Pa. visited for short
a
XEW YEAR'S WATCH PARTY
while here with friends en route M ,
from Miami to Arcadia. y ..11G
The Beardsley Farm was the ====

scene of a hilarious watch party
'Mr. and "Mrs. J. M. Davis and New Years' Eve 'when. Jim, Bob

three grandchildren came down and Dan Beardsley entertained a '

., from their home 'in Offerman, Ga., large' group of friends from Clew- i },
and are spending the 'holidays with ;f 6, '
iston, South Bay Belle Glade, Pa-
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Davis. hokee Moore Haven and Okeechobee. -

The party started with a cane ..,
'Miss Edwina Parkinson' of Wash-
chewing and hay' ride the Beards-
ington, D. C., sister of Cecil V.
hitched
ley cane-wagons were to a
Parkinson, who spent the holidaysin
tractor for a hay-ride.
Alva with relatives, .was a
visitor here Tuesday. Afterwards, the party visited the I i ._. ._ ._. ... I r" ')
Clewiston sugar house and returned .. .. .:. Ii
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to the farm where chicken .t. .:. .:. .:. Ira
Mrs.: J. H. Doty returned Wed- TT TE welcome the New Year because,we know i it marks the.begmning of .
sandwiches and hot chocolate .
were
nesday from Avon Park where she !: i
served to Miss Elizabeth Draughn; : :: : :: t .
has been "her VV iLl '
j Miss 'VisIting daughter, Henry Smith and Billy Adkins of .;. .;. .. another chapter. The stage is set for another act. : _,.. :
Maxine Doty for the past two :
Moore Haven, Miss Edith :Nell Cor- "H. :: :: :: :: "
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weeks. s have done but did not.
nette, :Sally Gibson, Dick Patter- ::: ::: ::: ::: Looking backward: we see the things 'we. might ; 'iji "
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'Mrs. Myrtle Houghton has re- song Ford Bill and Dick Owen, Morris :_: :;:' :;: ..:_: Looking forward we see the things we plan and resolve-to, do. May the sun ?

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turned 'to her home in Lake Worth Moye Bishop, Jimmy Hall, .:. .:. .:. .:. r

after visiting her sister-in-law, ton Miss Miss Barbara Morrison of Clewis- i :: ::' :: :;: shine brighter, the days. grow longer, may new hope invigorate and cheer

'Mrs.. Ruth B. Owens for the noli'flays. I South: 'Bay, Gwendolyn Misses Elaine Brown''Freed-of i: :i: :;: :;: us. The Year of Grace One Thousand Nine.Hundred,and;tForiy-two is 'a* j"j"J'

lund Ann Bartlett, Julia Doub, i"H.1 .:. .:. .:. .:. ..,
Mrs. Lester Windson returned Ruth Jameson Gloria Betzner and .::. .::. .k .::. hand, and vl.welcome itsarrival.., r '., i .

'Wednesday' to Winter Haven after Leroy Alspaugh of Belle Glade; 'if.'JI ::: ::: .2. :2. Ira j'
,-, Misses Kathleen and 'Minnie Lee .;.. .i. .;. .;.
spending the holidays here with .. .... ... ... ,
her daughter, Mrs. H. C. Meador McCarthy, Dan McCarthy of Okee- i. ..'" ,, .'S .' I
and chobee and Miss Hannah York of "
family. '
Pahokee. ,:
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':rr,,v .,We also welcome the New Year because we know it will
:Mr. and' Mrs. F. E. Conkling ,', oJ
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hackett and FAREWELL DINNER GIVEN ;w: \ bring many new'opportunities to be. of>service to.you, 'j.

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nielsen were FOR VISITING GUESTS ( and to express through this service our sincere appreciation -- '

'dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.: J> of your friendship. We wish you a 'very HAPPY '
E. Dilley Tuesday 'evening.Mr. Mr. iand'jMrs...'.J. Robbins enter- I I
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NEW YEAR! '.
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tained Monday evening in their new I
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: and Mrs. L. T. Nordlie left home with a farewell dinner for.I

Tuesday for their home. in Mc- Mr.and: ,Mrs. ,L., ,T.. Nordlie of Mc- I i'1 i

Lean Va. after, spending the holidays Lean, ,Va .

here with "Mr. and Mrs. 'J. A! turkey: ; ;dinner was served at I

E. Beardsley and other 'relatives. seven to:, 'Mr. and Mrs. Nordlie, Mr.

Mrs. L. H. Bobbins,. mother of Mrs.. and 'Mrs.- S. V.' Robbins, Ruth, Rolph Bishop-Wilson Lumber Company 'I
Nordlie Mrs. Beardsley and Joseph and' Pete'Nordlle, Mr. and Mrs.J. i'

'Robbins remained here for the E' ., Beardsley, Bruce, Dan, Bob
winter with the Beardsley :and and Jim Beardsley, D. W. Beards- i iI
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\Bobbins families. ley;, 'and John Robbins. Dr a'lo' r :rat # 7aDt9 7r3rDrr7r5r ); i ltDr9 r > r r r Jt r t tm r :Ii-Mi: t rAr 2C







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I WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS By Edward C. Wayne w




,L Hitler Takes Over Personal Command


'. Of German Army as Russia Continues

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All Fronts fi R E 4-.4cu Chai.ne4S
: To Push Invaders Back on ;


: Far East Battle Centers in Philippines MONEY Washington CONTROL, D. C. ,.

; Money capital is headed for
1
f (EDITOR'S NOTE-When opinions' are expressed In these columns, they early, far-reaching controls by the
are those of the news analyst and not necessarily of this newspaper.) U. S. government. Those controls
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.V
will be much different from those

This time it was not the Italians, employed in World War I.
HITLER: but the Germans who were fleeing
So far, practically every other
Inner Voice across the desert North African phase of U. S. economy has been

Explaining that he was answeringan 'plains along the coast, with the Brit- marshalled to the defense of the na S' kt'..iffA

"inner call," Adolf Hitler took ish in hot pursuit. tion. But because there has beenno j / Y?$ +r 1'l / ..'

over sole command of the Nazi army General Rommel's famous tank immediate shortage of money as /i

because, he said, the Russian war divisions, battered and broken, were such, capital has been left alone.-

\ had "exceeded all past notions." jamming the roads toward Bengasi, This will be changed in the near fu, t

This meant that the former chief German-Italian landing spot ture.A.

commander-in-chief, Field Marshal for supplies, having abandoned Der- significant hint of what is in

Walther von Brauchitsch, was out, na and all the hard-fought-over territory the offing was contained in a recent -

1 as Hitler put it, because of "the close,to the borders of Egypt. little-noticed speech in Detroit

vastness of the theater of war" and I by Ganson Purcell crack young

MANILA: member of the Securities and Ex- /, h.'l"uh y,
the manner in which military operations FFI J { y'GF
::' '+} 'yr'w' :,hi'
;!
V economic and political war Major Thrust change commission. This is the out- ,J'.G/ ; }
.
aims were linked. line of the control program under ;:;,, .r t o .
Berlin circles discounted theories The good news from Russia and consideration in inner defense cir- (:r ;.. r+ao !;F+, /x.: >.!: l:%
r/y'
Libya had been rather offset by the -
from other world capitals that Von cles:
discouragements and losses of the
a Brauchitsch was dismissed because There will be no private capital
Far Eastern campaign, and it had
issues committees in various citiesas
!>',, r' % :;;rf7 T=" '::-' i :> !t1f!&',:::1L become evident that the Japanese in the last war. ,Instead, there
attack the Philippines had been
on
nn----
will be a single inter-departmental
( slowly but steadily growing in .in-
committee composed of treasury, Invite the Club-Serve Apple-Banana RingsSee
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tensity. SEC, RFC, Federal Reserve and
:: Then came the report that 80 ( Recipes Below)
t other U. S. financial officials.
$ transports of Japanese troops had
Object of this committee will be % '
been sighted off the coast betweenthe Dessert Parties cup sugar
not to prevent the investment of 5
of Lingayen and Manila. tablespoons flour
port capital in stocks ,and bonds of non-
t, These thousands of soldiers meant "Come over for dessert" has be- % teaspoon salt ', "
defense (because
projects prioritieslists
':', that the long-expected invasion'of come one, of the most popular ways 2 egg yolks "
NF make such investments use-
the under of entertaining at 2 butter
Philippines was way. tablespoons
less), but to "patrol" the financial !
\ U. S. land, sea and air forces then luncheon or after- 1 teaspoon vanilla
of to
practices corporations so as
I'I't began their defense against this major noon meetings of
% chopped nuts
direct as much of their earnings as cup
bridge or sewing -
I battle force of Japan.
6 baked tart shells
possible into the defense program. '
I :. clubs. Your
Lingayen was called by military r
experts the "gateway to Manila"and For example: A ceiling may be guests will takea Sweetened whipped cream

;, because of this a strong defen- put on corporation salaries in orderto light snack at % cup crushed peppermint' candy

", sive force was thrown into actionto compel firms to build up reserves home and come Add chocolate to diluted milk in

defend it. First reports told of and prevent officers from offsetting over to your home double boiler and heat until choco- !

the United States forces "holding personal income taxes by boosting for dessert only. late melts. Beat with rotary beater !

"," their own." One unconfirmed report their pay checks. Easy? Yes, and a until chocolate is blended with milk.

told of the sinking of at least one Ceilings also 'may be put on divi- very successful way of starting out Combine sugar, flour and salt and

( \ : ; Japanese troop transport., dends so that defense profits abovea your afternoon. So, take, out your, add gradually to.chocolate mixture.' ,I

A landing on Davao made the "reasonable" limit would be avail- best recipes for dessert and let's go:, Cook until thick and smooth, about,

fourth spot in the islands on which able for additional defense plant expansion First idea on our list today are 15 minutes. Beat yolks and add to \

the Japanese had gained at least a or the purchase of govern- these broiled Banana-Apple Rings cooked mixture gradually. Cook two'

4 \ temporary foothold. ment bonds to finance the war. Also, which will polka-dot your table in minutes'longer. Remove from fire,

I",,',, .i fs a.ac.ar. w became the such reserves may be needed after dessert perfection: add butter, vanilla and nuts. When
; The Davao
landing '
:.' the war to enable corporations to 'Broiled, Banana-Apple Rings., cool, pour into tart shells. Top with
ADOLF HITLERAn potentially greatest menace against readjust their affairs to peace-time (Serves 6) whipped cream, mixed lightly with
Manila, because it was on the near- '
'Inner Voice' Spoke. production. 1 cup sugar the crushed candy.No .
island of Mindanao largely in-
by %' water ,
,cup list of dessert tempters for
of the tie-up resulting from the Rus- habited by Japanese and Japanese Problems of capital control are 2
apples, unpeeled is without
parties complete r
; sian campaign. But Hitler did say sympathizers., great and complex, but defense authorities 3 firm bananas smooth delectable super-
,
that "the present war is now entering ,A hotbed of fifth-columnist activ- consider them vitally est Melted butterS ice-box cake. \ I'
'VS upon a new and favorable stage t sential. Prior to the sudden outbreak '
ity, Davao had been editorially lt Made with orange -
for us. We are now facing a deci- called Davaochukuo before the out- of the Japanese conflict, the Cinnamon flavoring'

; .. ', sion of world-wide importance." break of the war, because Luzon subject had been under quiet con- Bring sugar and water to a boil the ice-box cake i

Germany's task until spring, he' dwellers regarded it as the chief sideration for some time and tenta- and cook until sugar is dissolved. can be truly provocative W _
'' pointed out, was to "hold and defend tive plans had been mapped out.
'fifth-column threat. Core apples and cut crosswise into in both, '
with fanaticisn" what they had With the nation engaged in war and
three,thick slices. Add to and
The landing there was believed to of syrup flavor and ap- ,
already gained.EVIDENCE. have been engineered with the aid confronted with the necessity cook until tender, but firm. Remove pearance and still !
at least,tripling previous defense appropriations -
t' S : of treachery from within. The the regulation of capi- from syrup and place on a broiler be easy on the waistlines of your I

American troops gave battle to the rack or pan. Cover apple slices diet-conscious friends:
becomes immediate
; On Russian Front tal an urgently with overlapping slices of bananasTHIS'WEEK'S v'
", invaders, but no claims of immediate requirement. Orange Ice-Box Cake.

[{ ,' Both returning American newspaper victory were made, and the land-, business banker and (Serves 8.)
Every man,
'IP. observers and dispatches from ing was said to have been "in con.
1
broker may expect early govern. MENU tablespoon gelatine I
'':: Berlin itself began to hurl the heavyweight siderable 'force.
ment action. 3 tablespoons cold water ;
t t: of evidence back of the facts .
: AIRMAN: \ Tomato-Pea Soup 2 cups milk or 1 cup evaporatedmilk '
, that Russia had been informing the POLITICAL TRUCE'?? Breaded Veal Cutlets diluted with 1 cup water

'i,;-, world about the inroads the weather Heads Navy Democratic chiefs may be read- Riced Potatoes 2 tablespoons cornstarch r...

was making on German strengthand After a week which had seen rapid Ing a lot more into the wartime "po- Broccoli 1 cup sugar

ability to fight and as to the shifting about of the American litical truce" with the GOP than Molded Gingerale Salad 2 eggs

'' defeat the Nazi armies were suffer- naval and army high command in actually is warranted.If Broiled Banana-Apple Rings :V\ cup orange juice '

ing.Two Hawaii, Washington had made a sud- the Democrats figure that the Cookies Beverage 1 teaspoon grated orange rind !

\ ,Berlin dispatches had told, den,, move which made the supreme exchange of cordial telegrams between Recipe Given 2 dozen lady fingers ,
first in the Volkischer
Beobachter, commander of the U. S. Navy Ad- : Democratic National Chairman Soak gelatine in cold water. Scald :

Hitler's own newspaper, that the miral Ernest J. King, an air officer. Ed Flynn and Republican National the milk in a double boiler, mix !
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f ers and under some conditions thin. Brush with butter and .
superior" Pacific and Asiatic fleets had been the: G.O.P. will abandon plans for a sprinkle hot milk. Add the eggs slightly beaten :
{. ; and, second, that the German with salt and cinnamon. Broil about combined with cold milk. Cook: (
vigorous 1942 campaign, they've got ,
i soldiers were suffering terribly another think coming. 10 minutes or until bananas are several minutes, stirring constantly. I I

from the cold., brown and tender, easily pierced Remove from fire and add gelatine.Add k
t The ,second instance was given to Martin has no thought of layingoff with a fork. Serve hot with sweet- rind and Line i
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r the world by Goebbels himself, in campaign activity. He considers ened, whipped cream. mold with lady fingers, then fill with i

opening a campaign, "house to that his reply to Flynn means To make your dessert party a dou- alternate layers of the cooked mix-

". house and apartment to apartment"to only cessation of partisanship in ble success, serve: and Have :'
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t:; collect, warm clothing; particularly congressional consideration of ad- Banana Oatmeal Cookies.
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furs, for the men on the Russian 4j\ \ ministration measures to wage the (Makes 3% dozen) overnight. Serve with' ,I
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lj/fc cups sifted flour whipped cream, garnished with: or- ,
, Goe bels had said, in part: "political truce. % teaspoon soda ange sections. .t

: "We have done all to equip the In fact, behind the scenes, Martin_ % teaspoon nutmeg !

army for winter. But winter came already is busy putting both the % teaspoon cinnamon !

too early. Our soldiers will still lack ; national committee and the Republican 3A cup shortening LYNN SAYS: i jI

much. congressional campaign "com- 1 cup sugar iI I.

,"We must prevent German sol- Y'k mittee in shape for a knock-down 1 egg When planning your luncheon

diers from suffering the winter in fight against the Democrats next 1 cup mashed bananas (2 or 3 dessert parties, be sure to use .I

Norway, Russia or elsewhere. 'fear. bananas) this season's rich color schemeson

"The front wants everything the ?' % Martin's objective is to capture 1% cup rolled oats your tables and favors and :

Fatherland can give for defense the house and strengthen the G.O.P.in liz cup chopped nutmeatsSift placecards. White with silver,

against this winter which set in so the senate as the foundation stone together flour, soda, salt and gold, blue, red are tops right now. I :

early, earlier than usual." 'j % i j? 4/ for a Republican presidential victory epices.- Add sugar gradually to short- If you like three color combinations ; .'

.... The American newsmen told of : in 1944. ening and cream there's green, white and r r '

watching the German retreat, of the Until recently, Martin's ambitious I,, well. Add egg gold, blue, white and gold, or ''I

abandonment of materials, includ- ADMIRAL STARK plans were sorely handicapped by Q.K.! and beat well. white, red and green.
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ing tanks and guns as the Nazis fled On the Shelf?' lack of funds. But' this problem k.-"S., Add bananas, For an elaborate color schemeuse i

from their advanced Russian posi- placed in the hands of ship-minded has been solved by two angels who rolled oats and the rich tones of violet, emerald i

tions back over the snowpackedroads. have come to his financial rescue- nutmeatsandmix gold, blue and red. Thisis 1
officers, and the air arm had been
There had seemed to be Pennsylvania oil millionaire Joseph thoroughly. Add in
no especially, good a center- I
believed, to feel, slightly.. "out of it. "
diminution of the Russian-claims'as! : "Pew and Pennsylvania steel million- flour mixture and piece. .f '

they added division,alter division:to Jubilation reigned in the. air..force 'lire Ernest T. Weir. They have blend. Drop by Bridge plac'ecards may be ,I .

the list of "those annihilated.", 'of the navy when Admiral' King'was, agreed to fork over personally, and teaspoonfuls onto an ungreased made put of paper. chrysanthemums 1 j
placed in command. The cookie sheet about 1% inches '
supreme apart.
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: .also to obtain other contributions. in your favorite color with !
LIBYA: appointment had completed the I Bake in a moderately hot oven about the card tilting out of'the flower. t 1 :; I

shakeup and a' rapid prosecution of MERRY-GO-ROUND 15 minutes. 'Remove from pans at }
Bright Spot The white cards may also be decorated J.A I
the war in the Pacific under Ad- (I.{ Insiders are crediting Federal once. with painted flowers j
or
Another bright spot in the war re- mirals Hart and' Nimitz was ex Security Administrator Paul Mc- Piquant peppermint adds a nev- candy-shaped flowers pasted in yI, I.j I
ports had been the British NorthAfrican pected. victory in er-to-be-forgotten flavor to choco- \
Nutt with an important the corner. Evergreen, holly I
campaign which had sud- As matter of fact observers late and served in quaint tarts a
a many the appointment of Watson B. Milleras mistletoe, bright berries pinecones I
denly gone into high gear, and there wondered the appointment did head of the Old Age Insurance here's a dessert that will mark you used 'alone or with, a silver J I

began to be a repetition of the previous not place Chief of Operations Ad- bureau of the Social Security board. as a leader in your crowd: ornament such as a bell on- ', J
British campaign, which swept miral Stark "on the shelf" for'what i
frienl of McNutt and
Miller, close Chocolate Mint Tarts. the place card are sure to bring
across;; Cyrenaica almost to the duties remained to 'him were un former rehabilitation director of the (Serves 6)
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a 'SALES SLOW all parties claiming; an Interest therein and water system to be acquired by H. .C. Avant, Inspector; Chapter;; '20,!953, 'Laws" of :"Florida, .
are further notified and requiredto the City, shall be secured by a pledgeof A. ,V. Lawrence, Clerk. Acts of 1941, will register with the J.
< file with the Clerk of said Court and a lien OD all revenues to be Done by order of the City Commission Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and
(Heiidry County News) jour written appearance (personally derived from the operation of said of the City of Clewis ton, Florida for Hendry County, Florida, upon
or by attorney), In said suit on electric and water system, subject this 9th day of December, 1941.M. receipt of proof of publication of
Tax: sales are reported as "going Monday tho 5th day of January, I only to the expenses of operation and W. BIGG. this notice, the fictitious name, to-
slow" 'at the office of County Tax A D. 1942, and thereafter file with maintenance thereof, and shall ma- City Clerk. wit:
R. N. Miller.A said Clerk your written defense If I ture as follows: 5t Dec. 12-19-26, 1941 Jan 2-9, 1942. TURNER ELECTRIC CO. i
Collector any. to the bill of complaint in said Amount Date of Maturity under which we are engaged in business :.
tally taken late Wednesdayrevea suit at the time prescribed by law. $3,000 ,._-__ January 1, 1943 at Clewiston, FlorIda. That the : :-
: -etl that only 131 car plates or a decree will be entered againstyou 3,000 ._._...r.-- January I, 1944 parties Interested In said business s -
and each and all of you by 3,000 _.____ January 1, 1945 NOTICE OP INTENTION TO are as follows: ;;
;and 26:. truck had been purchased default.It 4,000 ._____ January 1, 1946 REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME HARRY n. TURNER, f I
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since .the new 1942 licenses went Is further ordered that thia 4,000 ---__ January 1, 1947 D. D. TURNER. '.:"
; order of publication be published In 4,000 ____ January 1, 1948 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I City of Clewlston,. County Hendry, .,' ,
on sale December 15. the Clewlston News, a newspaper of 5,000 ___.__.__ January 1, 1949 Notice Is hereby given that the Florida. December 6, 1941. .
.:All ;motor vehicles are supposedto general circulation In Hendry County, 5,000 January 1, 1950 undersigned, under the provisions of i No. 298-Dec. 12119-26 Jan. 2, 1942. ': t
Florida, once during each week for 5,000 _____ January 1, 1951
carry :1942 tags beginning January four consecutive weeks proceeding 6,000 ________ January 1, 1952 r
1, and no extension of time January 5, 1942. 6,000 ___'''__'__ January 1, 1953 .,
been WITNESS my hand and seal of 6,000 _-.r.,._._., January 1, 1954 "
has reported. office at LaBelle, Florida, this 4th 7,000 ______ January 1, 1955
day of December, A. D. 1941. 7,000 ____ January 1, 1956

(Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL, 7,000 ___._....._._._ January 1, 1957
TV THE CIRCUIT COURT TWELPTII Clerk Circuit Court, Hendry 8,000 _______,.::-_.::: January 1, 1958 '
: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FOLKI- County, Florida.5t. 8,000 ________ January 1, 1959 / '
IDA IN. AND FOR. HEXDRYCOUNTY. Dec. 5-12-19-26 Jan. 2, 1942. 8,000 _--i.____ January 1, 1960 'I -

10,000 _.__.__:------ January 1, 1961
10,000 __ January ''I, 1962
IN CHANCERY. 10,000 _.___ January 1, 1963 it
GEORGE W. WHITEHURST, NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION IN 11,000 __w.______ January 1, 1964
Complainant,. TIlE CIT'lOF CLEWISTON, 11,000 ___.___ January 1, 1965
vs)- .FLORIDAA 12,000 __._...___. January 1, 1966 '.
:.MARY LEE CARROLL,, et al., 12,000 -_.__,__.____...__ January 1, 1967 I f, ;0"lltI
Defendants. special municipal election will The expediency and necessity. for
ORDER OF PUBLICATION be held in the City of Clewiston, the issuance of said Electric and
THE STATE OF FLORIDA: Florida, from seven o'clock A. M, Water Revenue Certificates has I been
A To the defendants herein: Mary Lee until sundown on the 13th day of determined by the City ,Commission :- P 7
Carroll, c/o Brune, Parker, Carey & January, 1942, at the City Hall in of the City of Clewiston, Florida, bya \'f ; 1
Gnus, Baltimore, Maryland, and the City of Clewlston, Florida, the resolution duly passed and adopted, : f f
Carroll,_ her husband. and the unknown voting place or precinct where elec- and by the terms of said resolution )]
1 spouse of said Mary Lee tions are usually held in said City, such Revenue Certificates shall not !
Carroll: Mrs Frances Korns. Spirit at which election the freeholders who be issued unless and until the same /
Lake, Iowa. and all parties claiming are qualified electors residing In shall have been approved by a majority -
interests by, through. under or Clewlston, Florida, shall determine of the votes cast at said election
against F. R. Korns, deceased; whether negotiable Electric and in which a majority of the free-
Florence Lester. Lemper, 2546 Broadway I Water Revenue Certificates shall be holders who are qualified electors
Dubuque, Iowa, and -Lemper, issued by the City of Clewiston, residing in the City of Clewiston
her husband, and the unknown spouse Florida, in the amount of $175,000 must participate. ya-
'of said Florence Lester Lemper; for the purposes of paying the pur- Only freeholders who .,are 'qualified
Jennie L Sorber, "Wilklnsburgr, Pennsylvania chase price of $125,000 for a water- electors residing in the City of 'Clewifiton -
and all parties claiming works system and an electric power Florida,." shall be entitled to II I
interests by, through, under, or and light system,. to be operated by vote at said election. That for the ( in .
against :M P. Sorber. deceased; Al- the City of Clewiston as a single purpose of registering those ; ii
bert JT";. Regal. Taconite, Minnesota, system, and paying the cost of reconstructing who are qualified to register for persons and -.
and Regal, his wife, and the extending, enlarging or to vote In said election, the registration 1 1 G
unknown spouse of the said Albert improving said electric and water books of the City of Clewiston AIRCONDITIONED
3;'. Regal; Sopia Becker, Chicago, system in the amount of $50,000. will be opened during' usual office
Illinois, and Becker, her hus- The Electric
and Water Revenue hours from tire 10th day December' 1
band, and the unknown spouse of Certificates proposed to be issued 1941, to and Including the 3rd day -
the said Sopfa Becker; Euphemia A. shall be dated the 1st day of January, of January, 1942.
Wheeler Battle Creek, Michigan, and 1942, shall bear Interest at the rate The following'persons have been (
Wheeler, her husband, and the of 4 cent
per per annum, payable appointed to serve as Inspectors of
unknown spouse of the said Euphemia semi-annually, shall be payable sole- Election and as Clerk of Election: .,g01lJ1
:A. Wheeler; Elvira Princess Avery, ly from the revenues to be derived :Mrs G B. Rackstraw, Inspector
Galesburg, Illinois, and Avery, from the operation of the electric Mrs Keathley Bowden ; ,
her husband, and the unknown spouseof .. .. / Inspector. ; 'Cs I rfau_ i.. :' \ 1 -

.:Avenue Trances the, said Chicago McQuillen Elvlia, ,Illinois 7305 Princess, Vinceinnes and Avery-; -......................;;.. .;,........;;. .....;...;;.....;......;jf.............:-...:..:-..:..:-..: ...:.-....-..:..:..:..:.-.-,.._,...:" :..:-- .:.-:...=-.
jMcQuillen, his wife, and the unknown Fares
: spouse of the said Francis .

McQuillen; Otto A. Patzwald, whose .'.
'place of residence Is unknown, and .s.
Patzwald, his wife, and the unknown t .s. Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida !
spouse of the said Otto A. ".
Patzwald, and all and the North.
parties claiming '
.Interests by, through, under, or ". i i
=against Otto A. Patzwald; Cora CLEWISTON GOLF i1 i1JI Northbound j
French Williams and D. H. WJ1- I
Iiams,: her husband, whose place of lv. CANAL POINT . 4:55: AM I 1:25 PM ,
residence is unknown, and all parties ,3 Ar. TAMPA '- 10:10 AM 655PM Costs Less than Driving
'claiming interests by through,' under, ,Ar. LAKELAND .. . 9:10 AM 5:50 PM '
or against the said Cora French Williams Ar. ORLANDO . 10:50: AM 7:45 PM .. One Round ;
and D. H. Williams; J. M. COURSE i I Ar. JACKSONVILLE . 3:15 PM 11:45 PM r ). Way TrIp 1

-Anderson: and Ola Anderson, his wife, Ar. TALLAHASSEE_ . 445PM: 12:59:: AM MIAMI ;. 1. 5 1.65 S 3.00
Honolulu, T. H.; Marie A. Johnson, | Ar. LAKE ,CITY. :' '. .2:25: PM- il-IDAM, ,"ACKONVILLE 4.70 8.50

and whose=place- Johnson of residence, her husband Is unknown, and, l lx lv. .-ir'AlPOINTT": . 5:20Y PM"' 1'1:25 PM 'TAMPA i 2.80 5.05

the unknown JACKSONVILLE34SAMI;; IS.AM: LAISELANDlIj 2.35 4.25
spouse of the said t
:UMarie A. & 'r, ORLANDO 2.95 5.35
State : Johnson' ; The Florida )i : : DIRECT CONNECTIONS AT JACKSONVILLE, TALLAHASSEE TALLAHASSEE 6.25 11.25 --j
Drainage' Land Company, a cor- : ," :> ": ?:' _.
:poration, and The Florida-Ever- .<' .:- .:-. AND LAKE CITY WITH GREYHOUND LINES LAKE CITY 4.95 8.95
glades Land Company, a corporation, tf FOR ALL POINTS NORTH AND WEST. 'ATLANTA. 8.40 15.15
each of. said corporations having been MACON 7.25 13.05
organized under the laws of the s c ft' f, Southbound-Going VALDOSTA 5.80 10.45 .'
:State:; of Colorado and dissolved under ", =C. '' ii; 1 I f
lv: CANAL POINT . 5:20: PM 11:25 PM BIRMINGHAM 9.90 17.85Ar.
the laws" of said State, and all un- : MIAMI . 850PM 230AM NEW ORLEANS 11.65 21.00 c.
known persons, or parties, claiming .. CHICAGO 17.90 32.25
through, or under, or from said cor- 2 Returning
NEW YORK 15.85 28.55Lv. J
porations The
: a limited; Scott Estate Company MIAMI . 10:00 AM 200AM !
"Kansas City, Missouri liability Company of Ar. CANAL POINT '. 1.25PM 455AM -
the status of I Open to the Public V.t !
-which, after diligent search and Inquiry .!

,interested, Is unknown in such, and to all persons' DR.. H. B. MILLER, Agent MILLER'S DRUG STORE i
organization, and
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all unknown persons, or parties, :- ": : :: : .s. PHONE 3921 CANAL POINT
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any right, title, or interest in the i .1 ;,"'1r
:lands hereinafter described are here- .s.
by noticed that this cause, as above i .... .tI .
entitled, has been instituted in the I* I jf j
above styled court for the purpose of ::
foreclosing tax liens on the follow- I1mil j.i
ing parcels and lots of land situate .44
in Hendry County, to-wit; X
NW Vi and W% of NE} and Moderate Green Fees :
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W1h of. SEi of Section 5; W% of 'i
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'SE/ of NEli and NW* of SEW lj i Interesting Greens
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Section 29: W% of NWU and .
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46 South Range 34 East. .

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Picture the it ..<,o}>;:"d} \! uv/ r.Yk: THE SYNOPTIC GOSPELS
scene, as was '+ yrx : of your hands on the sink bottom ,

:"f; planned. According to announcements a:.$. 7 7Xa trm, MATTBEWMARKLUKE without bending your elbows, then .,

he was to be Jrw2 rtrv.J: : ; the sink is the right height.!
4 LESSON
TEXT-Matthew 1:1 17; Mark .
,'ti seated in a silver coach, which at 1:1 14. 15: Luke 1:1.4; Acts 115.

-,.*, midnight would rise from the or- (Q .Y i\y: .;:.%!v.!: ,C GOLDEN TEXT Christ Jesus came Into Don't heat soup too quickly and .i'
,L L, 'S\hi'Q:: r::
( < chestra pit. But the debutante can- the world to save sinners.-I:: Timothy 1:15. never allow it to boil.

,: celled the party, feeling that.it was I
: ,ra; a4xy: :{ r ';i !k,Mtlebri 'o'io k.) A new of -
;:tilaq ; a ?'H. r year God-given oppor-
not fitting to go through with it in .4ryfi4s p. Pillow
tunity with the assurance of His Slip Designs ,
; war tune. RS'rte' Y, s !lJn. Y '
,', --?iEHollywood's -- N % tCUOa p' r k?, < grace and_strength for our daily Show Floral
\ya Y 6 ,
A
; y ''r 'S< 05WfJh c. 'I
( ,,,4x 5 (yJ Y.v j .',1"a v 'P g' } need. Such is the precious gift we Beauty
i station wagon bat- Yo-t yttY r. &:A Y.k i d r J4 y .r adFSa
'\ta lS ,a hold in our hands as we enter on
:J} talion, formed a few weeks ago to ;
't A. D. 1942."Synoptic". =
\ r' meet emergencies in time'of war, is :
"": is a combination of itrLORAL:::
,,3\?TS now being put through its paces, ac- %t; \<. .
:.; is ; 2fa;: .q+ >) two words, meaning "a view together -
cording to the King's men, the
and refers to the fact that
,
quartet of the Fibber McGee and
Matthew, Mark, and Luke give us
; Molly program. They are listed "

"'| / among the 200 members of the bat. the same general view of Christ, ,
1 talion. although differing somewhat in their ,,"\

--i y .dW Jd emphasis. ,

|r Ginger Rogers will star in "The Matthew, writing his Gospel /

!, Major and the Minor," a romantic especially to the Jews, 'presents .

comedy, as her first 'picture, under Y r v1Dti r/ J Christ as King. Mark, for the Romans i.J

,t her recently signed agreement with presents the Servant. Luke 1
.
Paramount. It ought to be 'a swell presents to the Greeks the Son of
't __ "r' < 'W'''' '':<<= >'M'>''' '''' ,' v ";
r >> :<:{ >:;;<< 'i' >m 'f; 'ii' = T Man-the perfect Man, and John, for '

"' .,,,,. 1 Lflb, the Christian church reveals the
; :;o..1 ;m1I ; ,
Snapped in flight over a river in southern California is the. giant Son of God.

B19. The picture was made during a test flight, with twenty persons beauty comes to pillow t:
I. The,
King (Matt. 1:1, 17). *
,. aboard. slips in the four exciting motifson .
These verses come at the begin-
transfer No. Z9185. Velvety '
ning and'end of, the kingly genealogy -
g pansies conventional flowers for
J. ,
dry. +, ,
I fJl
q of Jesus. It is important' that
'
cutwork or applique a band of
( ,
the descent of a king be carefully
,. .' cross stitch broken to form a gay
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recorded and studied for it alone
,
krr"y : &: ,
design, and baskets of posies give
cA I y,w 1C2,2 Jv, can prove his right to the throne. hand-embroidered loveliness to "
We know that Israel rejected Jesusas
'.',
> that household
T necessity-the pillow ,
King, but we also know what '
Y r} 4.4A rl.b slip. ..
reveals that He will
prophecy one *

::. : day ''take the throne of David and Your own linen closet or that'of a friend .
.
!Ttyr 7 % T4, ( sl sr broidered in these motifs are added. '
In Matthew 1:1-17 have His
R" we Transfer '.
No. Z9185 Is 15 cents. Send your

Vj 4 +' ;4bYW i4y% w..,.. 't '+JY national and royal descent. Beingson order to: y

__ j if j I of both David and Abraham, He .:

J".1. is heir to' both the promise and the
: rf AUNT 1\IARTHA ;
throne. As King of 'Israel, there
Box 166-W :
'Kansas
1\10.
City,
,' GINGER ROGERS t
was no need to trace His lineage
Enclose 15 cents for each pattern :
back further than Abraham through
.
,
picture; its authors .wrote "Hold desired. Pattern No.............
David but find that in Luke (2
'' Q'y we ;
Back the Dawn", "Ninotchka" and 23-28) the Son of Man is traced Name................................ 4Address.
a,: "Ball of Fire.

: k'i Incidentally, Ginger has spent six M back to for noted below and
years attempting to gain six pounds, alogy reasons ."
John also has for the Son of .
i:% ," and has finally achieved that goal. i \ none,
." ;'Fy God is eternal, infinite, without need I

I ;of genealogy. ,;-....._ DON'T LET ,
With practically all the other girlsin
.y v. AC:. Y4ryrtr yfr r,;. r' [ .saw! Turning now to Mark, we findHim '
Hollywood going.in for very short presented as CONSTIPATIONSLOW <1

;:'-; ;. hair, Claudette Colbert, who has

,1/ ;': wern hers fairly short, will have the _L,:, .. ....c,_ .. .._m ___",___,_,,,,,,1___'_"nn" __ A II.servant The Servant needs(Mark 1:1,14,15)he. YOU UPS ;
longest bob she's in "The no genealogy,
ever "
worn When bowels are sluggish and you feel ;
,'j i
} Palm Beach Story." Her hair will Looking! aft from the pilot's cabin we see the radio and control needs only to be able and ready to irritable, headachy and everything you .:

\ fall o her shoulders, but she'll keep work, and that is just what we find do is an effort, do as millions do-chew '-.!
} panel which, with the pilot's instrument panel, comprise the "brains"of FEEN-A-MINT, the modem chewinggum
in Mark. The account plunges at
k. her famous bangs. It's a Preston o
.. the world's mightiest laxative. Simply chew FEEN-A- ':'
plane.
Sturges picture: this new one, and once into the ,story of "the gospelof MINT before you go to bed-sleep without

: Joel MrCrjea plays_ opposite her. I Jesus Christ, the Son of God," being disturbed-next morning gentle, .;

S who is ready to serve-by life or thorough relief, helping you,feel swell ;
.. :f-- :iF" the deathof again, full of your normal pep. Try
death-yes by
\ by even
'' ,
Once again Director 'Norman FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy \;

Taurog is looking for a baby. He's the I cross. and economical.A generous family supply 'S

: the The forerunner, John the Baptist, .
man who eight
years ago, conducted -
the bears his witness. Jesus is bap- FEEN-A-MINT
search for an infant 4. '
.., ,who could mimic Maurice Cheva- t tized. John is imprisoned, and immediately ?

lier's out-thrust lower lip-a search + Jesus begins to preach,

t that t+ :C.yJ' .i4G t r. "Repent ye, and believe the gos- Real Foundation
brought Baby Le Roy to the FJyv,41 : # :/F
The of Mark is Occupation is the basis -
\ ."screen. Later he was responsible 'f pel. key verse 'necessary
+ .:-for' the casting of Jackie Cooper in la'i rr"yF 10:45: : "For even the Son of man of all enjoyment.-Leigh Hunt.

\ came not to be ministered unto,
". ,"Skippy. Now he seeks a year- '
*, old'child who resembles ; i'3 ? but' to minister." The characteristicwords
Ray Mil- I ( K; M A NL'lj S
'/;,land, for "Mr. and Mrs. Cugat." $ G ,n1 f :: i.; y. are "straightway, "forth- L/A\C, / ; .....
l *, with," and "immediately." The
) : =3- nir fT'rr: $
Greek word thus translated
\ --; As soon as the first word of appears fi: BLACKMAN'SMEDICATED
': about 40 times in the book. The
Japan's attack on Hawaii reached '''EDICAT .
IA
Servant of God went ,quickly about .
., the United States the March of Time
the Father's business. Christians,
'i began preparing as its next releasea
can we 'say the same for ourselves? SALT BRICK
comprehensive film story 'of how

L '( this country, in the last war, 'came III. The, Son of Man (Luke 1:1-4).

through to final victory. Titled'"Our Luke undertakes to write, under sue r ;i:5_I fI For Horses,"

>. America at War," it ends by showing the control of the Holy Spirit a :. Mules,.Cows

that, as America won the last 4' careful account of the saving workof and SheepNo

war through co-ordinated effort, so : Christ, but he makes it doubly

; she will win this one. clear that he writes from firsthand trouble to use, simply keepone

+ $K ..K'!' .. k w r.Y4S C "' knowledge. "Eyewitnesses" means in the feed box all the time.
%
One night not so long ago Mickey : / kTa ',t .+f.: : %:::y;.}' those who made a personal investi- Stock will dose themselves.Use .

Rooney was called to the telephone. gation, hence, those who knew in the place of plain salt.

It was Carmen Miranda she'dheard Christ as the Son of Man, the One Try It a week or so and be convinced.

.;., that he was going to do an A glimpse into the rear compartment of the B-19. Lieut. L. J. Doyle, who became flesh and ,dwelt amongus. BUY FROM YOUR DEALER

impersonation of her in "Babes on veteran test pilot, is shown at the, inter-plane phone. Machine gun "Ministers" means literally

Broadway." To make sure that it mounts (not shown) are on sides opposite the lieutenant. those who served under Jesus. His' BlACKMAN Manufactured by ,
STOCK MEDICINE CO.
would be a good one, she arrangedto personal assistants; again empha- Chattanooga, Tennessee

coach him, and the result is the sizing His personal ministry as "the

very funny burlesque of her that he Son of man who is come to see w B RUC K

does' in the picture. and to save that which was lost"as

=y -- rr wJ ( Luke 19:10, the key verse of this

Cary Grant's main idea, when he Gospel, expresses it). Least ,to Mend

finished working in "Suspicion," I IV. The 'Risen and Ascended Lord Little said is soonest mended.-

1' with Joan Fontaine, was to catchup I' (Acts 1:1-5). George Wither.

on sleep. Said he hadn't had a 6J'} Christ who was crucified arose a
,
day or evening to himself aJ/\ ; pyo.S
since her Victor over death and the grave,

started work in "My Favorite and ascended to the Father, where T
t Wife," more than a stCOLDSguicke
year "Sus-
,\;, ago; He now appears as our Advocate. .:
1 picion" was his fifth picture in a That does not mean that His workon

' row without a good long vacation. earth terminated, for we nave in !/ w3e
Maybe all T2L .i
those extra-curricular : Acts what Dr. Morgan fittingly calls LIQUID
activities that .
t' we heard about were
"the book of the continued doing 6 66 ABLE
:. just rumors. ,
,." \, : y r r. and teaching of the living Christ by COUCH NOSE DROPS DROPS

Joan the Holy Spirit through His body,
Blaine
who
soon starts
r.x\, doubling between two air which is the church."
serials for The Gospels Acts 1:1) told only

vastly a total prefers of three radio broadcasts to any a other day, that "Jesus began to do and to //1 NEW IDEAS II
"
branch of show business. teach. 'Acts continues, but does not
"Stageand
complete, the story. Christ is work-
film stars are so visibly beau- DVERTISEMENTS are your guide
tiful," says she. "Their waists are ing today in an through surren- .L 1L to modern livine. They bring you
thin, their eyelashes dered believers. Will He have lib today's NEWS about the food you eat and

inglj' Their slips sweep alarm- Lieut. Col. Stanley Umstead is here A view of the two starboard erty to work through you and the clothes you wear. And the place to
never show. But these is right
about new things
find
'l -the ladio actress is just folks tt pictured at the controls during a three- I motors as seen from the cabin through me this year of 1942? If so, in this out newspaper. I

her audience." hour test flight of the super-plane. of the B-19 bombardment plane. it is sure to be a happy-yes, a
blessed-New Year.




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'. -.- BE: CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1942
t AGE TEN


to return to civilian life. I smith, 74c; Helper, Boilermaker, I ceived for 650 automobile mechanics Settle as senior warden; Mack i

No More Draft Calls Pullen enlisted in the Navy at 74c; Helper, Electrician, 76c; who are not employed on Greene as Junior warden; S. C,'

the Recruiting ,Station in Miami.He I Helper, Machinist, 74c; Helper, essential defense industries for Skinner as senior deacon and Hurd "

Will Get PublicityThe has Just completed his recruit Molder, 74c; Helper, Pipefitter,' station at Biloxi, Miss. Lee Reeves, Jr. junior deacon; W-

training at the Norfolk Naval 76c; Helper, Rigger, 74c; Helper, Unlimited vacancies are open for L. Bellamy secretary; S. C. Stalls.

has issued, Training Station and will enter the Shipfitter, 74c; Helper, General, amateur radio operators and radio chaplain; C. H. Settle senior-

War Department in the future draft Radio School at Noroton, Conn. 74c., operators, commercial, for Signal steward and I. E. Scott treasurerwere -

orders that. the This is one of more than twenty ,Complete details may be had at CorpsA recognized license will present but did not have to.
names
boards shall not publish leaving for I schools open to recruits in which the Civil Service window in jour be accepted in lieu ot a test for be installed, they being holdover
of selectees
or numbers courses offered are those for ma- nearest firstor second-class post proficiency.All officers in these positions. Two-
the date on !
induction camps nor leave. Neither ; chinists' mates, metalsmlths, car- office, or from the Manager, FifthU. enlistments will be in the appointive officers were not pres-' f

which they are to penters' mates, radiomen, pharma- S. Civil Service District, Atlanta, States for the ent for installation, N. B. Lee as
will these names be posted on the Army of the United
cists' mates and electricians' matesas Georgia. junior steward and .George Burchard
(6) 'months.All
post-office bulletin board as in the duration of War plus -'
well as an opportunity to study as tiler.
past. interested men are requestedto
for entrance into the United States Army's RequirementsFor Following the installation service
'The next regular meeting of the apply direct to the nearest U.
Naval Academy at Annapolis.He refreshments of corree'and sand- h
for S. Army Recruiting Station for information -
draft board, scheduled
county : is the son of Don Lester Enlistment Have wiches were served in the down-
all and for the accomplishment -
next week, will re-classify men
Pullen, of Clewiston. stairs recreation 'room.
who were deferred as being past of their enlistment: \

the age limit of 28 years. No t !Not Been Changed FLORIDA: Post Office Building,

date has yet been set for the new New Books Listed Jacksonville: ; .Post. Office Building, Bus Line HearingHas

registration for all men from 18 Tampa; Post Office Building;
Due 'to the large number of applicants -
to 64 years but the local board In Local LibraryOn applying as volunteers for Miami; Court House Building, Or- Been Postponed.l

has been asked to secure volunteer since lando; Post Office Building, Stark
enlistment in the U. S. Army
to handle the work. It Colonel Foley is issuing this
registrars ( rental shelf at 10 cents per the outbreak of the War and the (Moore Haven '''Democrat) ,
1 is considered.. ,probable, that this urgent call through the mediumof I
week are the following new books) : many confusing'reports now being The Florida Railroad Commission
will be handled in certain, age the press calling on all membersof -
j groups on different 'days in orderto Inside Latin AmericaJohn published in the various news- the American Legion, Veteransof announced this week that the-

facilitate the, registering of the Gunther; Young Man of Caracas, papers, it is the desire of Colonel Foreign Wars, and other patriotic hearing scheduled to have been

:;. great mass .of men. T. R. Ybarra; Language in Action, Oscar Foley, Recruiting' Officer for and ,civic 'organizations to assist held here next Tuesday morning at

S.' I. Hayakawa; Storm, George R. the District of Jacksonville, com- applicants by directing them whereto the court house on the proposal of

Stewart; The Sun Is My Undoing, prising the states of Georgia and report for immediate. enlist- the Florida Motor Lines to operatea -

Defense Council Margaret Steen; Agent'of Death, Florida, to inform the public of ment. bus line northward from Miami

Robert G. Elliott; Cabbage Holiday the true status of requirements for through Moore Haven, had been;

Anthony Thorne; How Green original enlistments in the Armyof indefinitely postponed.No .
,
(Continued from page 1) Stars And Masons I
. the United States.
'; Was My Valley, Richard ;Llewellyn; reason was given for the-

. i and stamps in the county. R. Big Family, Bellamy Partridge; Requirements for enlistment In Joint Installation OfOfficers 'postponement, the letter announcingit

': Attending the meeting 'were: L. Sons Of The Others, Phillip G; The the U. S. Arjny have not, been received ,by Mrs. D. S. Weeks,

Y. Patterson, chairman; A. Flying Dutchman, Michael Arlen; I changed to date by the War Department clerk of the circuit court, saying
On,,
vice-chairman W. C. Owen, TuesdayMoore
Taylor, ;
Blount.i; Mr. and Mrs. Cugat, I. S. Rorick; The physical require- that the date of the hearing wouldbe
W. D. chairmanfire
secretary; The Hawks' Done Gone, Mildred ments remain unchanged at present. announced later.

protection and water control Haun; To Sing with the Angels, Requirements for original enlist- ( Haven Democrat) ,J
chairman of The bus company hopes for an
3 committee; John Cole, Maurice Hindus; We Shall Live ment require that a man be be- The Moore Haven Chapter No. t

d,:.( power and fuel committee; L. M. Again, Maurice Hindus; The Poison tween the ages of 18 and 35, Inclusive 116, O. E., S. and Moore Haven extension of Its certificate to cover
' and ,'operating rights from Lake Annieto
'. Jennings, chairman of industry I Fly Murder, Harriet Rutland; The single or married, must be Lodge No. 61 F. and' A. M. heldan i
t:, committee M. Miami over Road 67 through
material resources ; Case of the Empty Tin, Erie S. at least five feet in height, mini- impressive joint installation of i!
: of the finance Moore Haven to Whidden's Corner,
: W., Bigg,' chairman
' Gardner; King's 'Row, 'Henry'I mum weight 105 pounds, good officers at the fraternal hall on
;. C. H. Berner, air raid over Road 25 to South Bay'and.over 1
committee; I Ballamann; Anything Can Happen, moral character, good physical ,con Tuesday ,,evening.; Mrs"., Caroline
J" warden M. E." ;Von Mach chairman Roads 26 and 26A to Fort Lauderdale -
> ; ; Edward Newhouse.On dition, and must be a citizen of Bales was installing officer for the -
[ committee and Miami. This would permitthe j'
labor and :personnel -
; the free shelves-no charge: I the United States. Men who are Eastern Star with_ Mrs. I.: E. Scottas
:' E. Weaver chairman lines to operate a through bus-
C.
: ; Dr. ,
:, The Life of Greece, Will Durant; married may enlist providing they Grand Marshall and I. E. Scott
/ of public health :committee; G. H. I from Miami to Lake City and'planS. !
sign a statement to the effect that installed the Masonic officers withS.
The Art of Enjoying Music, Sig-
Small, air raid "warden;' J. E. I called for two buses a day over I
mund Spaeth;'' Birds of America, their wife and children, if any, C. Stalls as Marshall.
this route each day. {
?i. chairman of food and
; Beardsley,
; Gilbert T. Pearson; The Viking are not depending upon them for The hall was' beautifully decorated -
H.*C. Jones, 1
: ", agriculture committee; Book of ,Poetry, Richard Aldington. financial support and have sufficient for the occasion with a mass
; of the and j
chairman transportation
i.: .. On free shelves-and speciallyfor means of support until they of gladioli, gerberas ,and other cut 4-348 b
;.J communications committee; Mrs. R. -
' people: are released from military service. flowers. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION j
:! N. "Miller, chairman of ,Women's young (Pnbllfther) i
The Yearling, ,Marjorie K. Rawl- Men with prior military. service Eastern Star officers' installed UNITED STATES ,
t
division W. J. Robison member
' ; ; ings; Squadrons Up!, Noel Monks; and World War I veterans, singleor were: Mrs. Elsie Jordan, worthy DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
:; of committee and R.. N.
,, transport GENERALLAND OFFICE at Wash-
Miller. Tally Ho, Arthur G. ,Donahue; The married, who were discharged matron; Mrs.' Sara Fountain associate ington D. C.
; : Big Six, Arthur Ransome; Jory's as non-commissioned officers,. may matron; 'I. 'E. Scott, worthy DECEMBER 8. 1941.

I Cove, Clare' Bice; First Ladies, apply for enlistment and, if found patron; ,C. M. Pirkle, associate pa- C.NOTICE Hull, of is hereby LaBelle given Florida that, who Ray,:,
, ;' Consideration physically fit, be enlisted under tron; Mrs. C. M. Pirkle, conductress December
:- Urged Kathleen Prindiville; Bridges' Mid- may ; on 6, 1937, made Sec. 2289R. -
'
, night, Reed Trumbull;' Career the same conditions stated above, Mrs. S. C. Skinner, associate con- S., Homestead Entry, No. G. L. O.
06520 for SW&, Section 27, Town-
;: For Everglades Kite Coach, Earl Schenck Miers; Career regardless of age. ductress; Mrs. J. W. Sexton, chap- ship 45 S., Range 32 E., ,Tall. Merid-

", for Jennifer,' Adele de Leeuw; Openings at the present exist at lain, Mrs. Mollie Settle, secretary; ian, Florida to has filed notice of intention -
make three-year Proof,
J:::', Wings in the Sun, Frances M.' all U. S. Army 'Recruiting Offices Mrs., Maggie Smith, Electa; Mrs. to, establish claim to the land above t t
A' : The National, Association of Au- Wykes. for. the following branches and 'Mary Moore, warder Mrs. Balesas described before William T. Hull. --
Clerk, Circuit Court, at .
LaBelle
::,. .,' dubon Societies' has issued an ap- station assignments: treasurer. and Mrs. S., C. Stallsas Florida, on the 7th day of February, t
;: peal to hunters to spare the Everglades Army of the United States. Pan- organist. did not have to be 1942 ,
Pearl Harbor Asks Claimant /j
: Kite, found in the Ever- installed. Five of the names as witnesses
a. } ama, Unassigned.Air appointive Stafford Luckey, Tom Guy, G. A. VJ
t-, glades-Okeechobee region. The bird Corps, with stations at officers, including four of the star Hill. ,L. M.. Jennings, all of LaBelle, = i:
/ For Defense WorkersPearl Florida. _
;>! is described a's a rare, ..,graceful Jefferson Barracks, Missouri, and points were not present. JOEL DAVID WOLFSOHN,

f'" and valuable hawk." Keesler Field, Biloxi, Mississippi. The Masons Installed V. E. 'Assistant. Commissioner or .

\:!:: The Society says there are' bared Harbor Navy Yard, crucial A urgent call has just been re-I(I Bryant, as. worshipful; master;; Carr Dec. 26, Jan.Register.2-9-16-23, .1942.' *: I

: ly 50 of these birds left in the center of national defense efforts,

; .;,' has Everglades resulted, where,from the their effects.scarcity of I stands of skilled in urgent civilian need tradesmen of hundreds to. ..ti.".....T.....www.'..!: ....................N...........N...........N.....N....N......N....N......N....N....!......N...............>..........................................................................................................................................................................'.......................................,......................................................................................." j ,\1:

,; I drainage: ,, -, hich. has robbed them immediately take over critical national .H=. U_ f;j

:f', of theirL-food, consisting solely of defense work, the United ..:. '..) i.1
'
:; a single type of fresh water snail. .. J .1.
;I States Civil Service Commission ): '{. -.

:. The old male Everglades Kite is announced today. Of this number, X..?. I!. ..

t':.' I' described as a very dark bird, alI several' hundred will be recruited, :i ENJOY AN .

most black, with.. red feet The by ,the Fifth District Civil Service .. :
<. .zi.
,
'J.-J. ,
I:: female is brown} heavily streaked office in Atlanta.. -
.
I:. below in dark breast markings. The Civil, Service officials Described n f ALL ELECTRIC !{ i .1

",; Both male and female have a very the situation as "urgent", IY :

'.. sharply hooked bill' especially ad- and' "requiring immediate priority". .' ...-' \ ,-: I

apted for extracting snails from The Commission said that the recruitment 3: ". '> :. ,,::,;. H .
.f. .. HOME ..
.
their shells. ... .
.; They are fully pro- of these civilian workersis 't..z:' '.'. .i
; -.:. tected by State law, but hunters, of primary importance to our '' ".: '
:i: : .... .
, ., sometimes, 'take a pot-shot at them, war effort, and urgently requested } ,'
::1.i
,\:,; not realizing that they are rare executives in private industry' to -*( AUV M
.
'!. and harmless members of the hawk release qualified tradesmen for dutyin i-I.. .
.:'. family.-Florida Fish and Game Pearl Harbor. '- :; ? .I v

:?-" Monthly. Civilian workers now engaged in 1: : '. Electricity is the modern servant; a servant ,that :b t:


Y; Kiwanis Club Met. national Commission defense explained contracts, may file, the ap- ::i::;:: i takes' care of both the work and the pleasures of the ::!::::_ r

1r" 1 from their present employers. ::_H::: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently :f?i 'f

k : Friday Evening; Civilian workers assigned to ,Pearl ,. '..Z. z L
... and economically.One
.
"' : Harbor will receive maximum Navy :::.1.
Jf-" -' 1 1L
I ; Department pay authorized for their ,
!, The Kiwanis _Club: held its meeting ; :: will 26 slices of
respective pcsitions, and pay begins :: i penny toast crunchy toast, or :;:::
,
: last week on Friday
r night at
the day these national defense men t tAS
.;;,'';,- ', the Inn, the Wednesday night meet- leave the Coast. Those appointedwill *: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate :i:: '

, ,': ing having been pffstlJoned' because receive transportation from ::: radio for most of day-and-ELECTRICITY is :<;
of Christmas Eve. ___ ,: their homes to Honolulu.The ; :: your a :::

A committee : headed! by R. M. Navy Department has provided 3.::!: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. ..*:: :*_:

Bishop appointed ,group; --pf. threeto rooms and cafeterias for them, 'it.. .. I.
meet with o; herservice, groupsin under Federal supervision, at which .z.,.
town to sponsor ,the selling of Pearl Harbor employees receive :8;: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home I ....

defense bonds ,and__, stamps. Those good food and good lodgings at 'fair :: :; that ,,is all electric and modern. :i:*

appointed were E." CM: Cornette, R. prices. Overtime pay is authorizedfor it

W. Turk and Hub Spooner. Each all time in excess of' 40 hours J M

, Kiwanian pledged ,himself;, to; buy per week, and the Navy Depart- if: M':

at least one twenty-five' cent .stamp ment reports that about 75 per ..z'..SXX .?.

J weekly. cent of all Pearl Harbor employees i ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- :;

?? Installation of, new officers and work in excess of, 40 hours per .Z..I.

,.:' Ladies Night will .be' held on 'January week. XXII AA
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7. R. M.' Bishop 'will' become Following is a list of positionsto I

,r,' the new president. be filled from the Fifth (Atlanta) :;=:;: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. .' :.:14...

District, with rates of pay authorized .Z..I.

Local for each position: .I.}.
Boy Chosen
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Boilermaker, $1.18; Chipper J .s.
and Calker Iron :s:.!
For School $1.18 ; Coppersmith tZ
Navy $1.23; Cranemen, Electric, : .. ,:.4"t ::1:::

$1.02Electrician; (Ship and Shop). II! i 'f ..' 4I.r ,,'" "" .ii. Ai
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Norfolk, Va., Dec. 18-Paul B. $1.28; Gas Cutter & Burner, $1.04; ; ; :

Pullen, of Clewiston, who recently Instrument Maker, $1.24;' Lofts-

enlisted! in the United States Navy, man, $1.24; Machinist (Inside), i '
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r has been chosen as one of the $1.19; Machinist (Outside), $1.19; : Glades Power and Light Co. ..'

I apprentice seamen qualified to Helper, Sheetmetal Worker, 74c; ,

study at a Navy Service School. He Molder, $1.30; Ordnanceman, Me- yV A .

will be given sixteen weeks of .intensive plication if they enclose a release vY A A

l ;! instruction which will prepare sulator, $1.18; Pipefitter, $1.28; :y fiIZ. .?

'ff. him for special service in the Rigger, $1.20; Sheetmetal, Worker, }. _ .I..t'.z'X. 'I.

Navy. This training will provide Electric$1.28;. Shipfitter, $1.18;' Welder, 1------S (.,...:+:..+: :..:..:..:..:..:-:<<-:..>>):ox.:+ :..: :..:-:..:..:.......:..:..: :..:-= :..:...z':; ,. \
him with a trade, if he ever desires $1.19; Helper, Black- x..x.x.<.;,..y..x.x.v..x...:-:wwww'ww... x+x--:.. x.x<-: :..



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