The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 9, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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; ; ':::I.. :" December Post-Office I '

"" Business M'I Drive Starts
:', l' <,.::" .: n Favor Saturday To

". }" : I' Gain Is 53 Per Cent

; Of City-Owned 'Utilities Raise Red Cross QuotaLieut.

1 / .' Postmaster A. W. Sias reported "

.. this week that after checking the
: ';' 0 business done by the local post- 0 -

.,. ,,:'Il <'' Wilson Will Vote "Yes" Kiwanis Club Holds office during December with 'the, Wakefield Gets Every Man Woman And

.{ : .:<.." ,. business done in ,December 1940

t 'I''. '., ',' j. In Election HereOn Brief Meeting At Inn he found that the receipts showed Promotion In ArmyLieut. Child Will Be Asked
i a gain of 53 per cent this year.
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'i:_, I. ( Tuesday The receipts in the past Decemberwere I To Contribute

$2,564.79 as compared with Homer E. Wakefield of
/ Having postponed the installa-
r .;.. 1670.00 during the same montha
I Arcadia and a former coach and .
tion of officers and ,Ladies' Night
: Next Tuesday will be red letter
:. until Wednesday night, January year ago. teacher in Clewiston High School Mrs. R. Y. Patterson chairman

:' :-', '-, day for Clewiston in the opinionof 14, the Kiwanis Club had 'only The total receipts for the year was recently promoted to the staff of the Clewiston Chapter of the

,R. C. Wilson vice-president of I brief dinner meeting Wed- were $14,230.00 as compared with of a Tank Battalion at' Camp American Red Cross has set tomorrow -
a on
: ; Bishop-Wilson Lumber Company, nesday night. 11570.17 for 1940 for a gain of Bowie Texas. He was originally January 10, as the date
,: approximately 23 per cent for the assigned officer in for beginning the drive to raise
as an Company"C"
JI. because it will authorize the trans- R. M. Bishop presidentelectgave Although it be
: year. may but his new rank carries the and to oversubscribe Clewiston'aquota
k fer of essential utilities from a short talk on his programfor official .
: private before notice is given, duties and' responsibilities of Com- of $1,000 for the emergency:

: '. ownership to the customer-the the year and read a bit of Mr. Sias states, it is likely that munication Officer for the Battal- war fund and many of the same

:. 'J" .. man who pays the bills and who is the Kiwanis' International program the Clewiston office will advance to ion. workers who recently sent the

::: 4.. entitled to participate in the bene- : for 1942. Following the meetinga the; next higher grade of second In this position his work includesthe drive for memberships well "over

,. ..:. fits of a going business he sustains. directors meeting was held at class effective July 1. This will training of communications the top" will again be loyally at
.," ,. : "I have studied the for which time a budget was adopted also raise in
proposal mean a slight salaryfor personnel, such as radio electri- work to raise this new fund.
:, .,. municipal ownership, of the water bills ordered paid ,and other routine [ the postmaster. '
cians, radio operators, message Just what methods of securing
:' r .. and power systems from the standpoint business taken care of. An important Other classes of business in the
A chiefs
center and messengers. ,At donations have been decided upon
ilt .. of a businessman with investments item transacted however, office has increased proportionallyto
present he directs. school whicb by the workers are not known but
,): in this community. I was the vote to pay the secretarya the stamp sales and box rents
has classes for basic intermediate every man, woman and child,
f' F -have studied it from the standpoint salary of $10.00 per month. This
)..i.r which are as receipts. and advanced communications black or' white in or near, the 'community

: : ',' I., of a purchaser of power and Ladies Night will be held as is particularly true of the sale of workers. He is also responsiblefor will be given the opportunity -

"',:. electricity. It makes plenty of plain previously planned next Wednesday defense bonds and stamps a report supervising the battalion'scommunications to do his bit, regardless of
:.I. business sense to me' that the taxpayers night and Lieutenant Governor of which will be given in, an
I' system and servesin ,how small this bit may be.
: should own these money- Herb Sawyer will be present as installing early issue.. an advisory capacity to the All Clewiston churches are being

making facilities they support", officer. Another speakerhas battalion commander in matters asked to observe Sunday as

;: says Mr. Wilson. also been invited to address the where 'communications are involved. "Japanese Holiday" and every

"This question may occur to group. ProclamationWHEREAS ., school child is being asked by the
1L: Clewiston it has
many people as chairman of the Junior Division,

- ;; to me: If the water and power Mrs. W. E. Dilley, to contribute

systems are making money why are the people of the one cent for each year of 'their
i;! .; .- the present owners'willing to sell United States and' their armed I age.

........ and at a price lower than the ap-
forces, following a direct and unprovoked Heretofore much of the money
; praisal value? I haven't sought I '
) an. answer because I didn't need AS BOMBER CRASHESBACK attack by an alien power PASSED AWAYIAT; collected by Red Cross has beento
have entered with determination carry aid to suffering people of
to. Successful businessmen are the
: upon a state of war; and other lands ,in the war-torn areas
cobblers who stick to their own
CLEWISTON WHEREAS expansion of our HOSP1TALISUNDAYMrs. and in disaster stricken sections
lasts who concentrate on the jobsin
hand. Power companies the Army Navy, Marine Corps and but the fifty million dollars which

: Coast Guard and of our war industries is now being asked will go to
c'' .; country over 'went out of the trans-
A four-motored Army Flying will proceed upon a scale Janie Rebecca Ward, 44, American war relief to alleviatethe
portation business when the gasoline
buses supplanted the electric street I I 'Fortress, en ''route from MacDill unprecedented in our history; and died Sunday morning at 11:18 in suffering of our own service

car. Why? Because they were Field in Tampa to Miami crashed WHEREAS American citizens are St. Mary's Hospital in West Palm men and civilians in the war

interested primarily' in selling kilowatt about four' o'clock'Monday' morningin suffering great injury and propertyloss Beach following an attack of areas, and for defense work' at home

;' -. the 'glades about twelve miles from air attack and are in bronchial trouble which began when and if necessary.
: -not. gasoline :or trans-
of of, direct immediate help Christmas week 'and Clewiston The following two telegramswere
',, *"" portation. The''' parent company of south of Clewiston. The crew need and ;
' nine was all saved eight of. the mourns the loss of one of its most received by Mrs. Patterson,
"c the water and power systems is andWHEREAS '
,<-" primarily interested in /"agriculture.u men being found on Monday and further 'preparations popular women. the first 'under date 'of December

,.,i, ,',:", Water :tuid: po.;; iT' Mi/ie' :neCeisary': .th'e ninth,' the:";\rotect,: American -Mrs -Ward' had 4j'eenill at'' intervals -- 28, from Norman:H.. Davis; nation-

t. ,' -- .- / -.o the development of their primary was found Tuesday:'near his plane. cities and American populations over a period of several al chairman and the second under

.t,' objectives, so ,these facilities were Conflicting stories regarding the from unnecessary sufferings during years, the worst attack having been date of January 2' from, W. Carl

'- '. provided long years before the city wreck have been heard locally and air attack or, disaster' caused by last July when she was confined Hunt acting manager.

I) could Undertake to fulfill these little information was given out sabotage; andWHEREAS to her bed for a number'' of weeks "The bombing of Pearl Harbor,

needs. Our city is now in position from MacDill Field officials or by. the American Red but she had appeared to be on the Honolulu, Manila the invasion of

: ;_': .. to ,take over these utilities at a the crew of the bomber themselves, Cross is the only organization in 'road to complete recovery when the the Philippines, submarine attacksin .

:;;.' : fair price and under conditions that but it appears that the plane' was our land 'equipped and ready first. final 'attack came Christmas. She the Atlantic and Pacific have

: : (Continued on Page 4) .(Continued on Page 4)) to provide welfare' assistance to grew gradually worse and on Sat- dramatically brought home to us
'I :- the are defending our the cruelties of this war. Whereverour
.. ___ men who I' urday of last week an ambulancewas '
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:?" ) country at. home and overseas; summoned to take her to 'West heroic soldiers sailors and
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.' :::: through the' services of Red Cross' Palm Beach. Nothing could be (Continued on Page 4}

., ,. .' ,<"';, Vote "Yes" For Municipal. Ownership ,Field Directors volunteers, and done however, and she grew gradually -

.. .. :;. blood donors; second, to assist weaker until the end came on Team
(Editorial) Independent ,
American evacuees from danger her im-
: :. Sunday. All members of

\ 'i.. '. ." ":. The City of Clewiston has come of age. zones; third to further equip our mediate family were with her "at Wins First Game

." .. communities :with trained Red Cross her! death. .
,; 'lor,., 'r,. Its citizens taxpayers, and freeholders are entitled to I I. .
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Motor Canteen Nurses
Corps Corps
Funeral Tues- --" -
,, : benefit materially, from the fruits of its substantial grpwth. services were held
-.. Aide Corps, ,First 'Aid units and
day afternoon from the Ferguson
: Next The Clewiston Independent
: Tuesday our citizens go' to the polls to decide a
other vital rescue corps instrumental Funeral Home in West Palm Beach
: t'\ / matter that bears directly upon their welfare, comfort and Basketball Team of the Tri-County
in saving human life; fourth, conducted by Rev. H. C. Meador
T pocketbooks and the future growth of their city; League started' play Monday night
: upon to bolster the stretch of, the nation pastor of the First Baptist churchof
to South Bay-
1 ,,/ ,01'I>. ... In previous issues The Clewiston News has presented the and the nation's war effort by Clewiston of which Mrs. Ward by dropping a game back
of 29-22 but came
by a score ,
!.:; i .': views of men conversant with the facts of the proposed city such services as Accident Prevention (Continued on page 8)) last the Pahokee-
night on
,1 ?t'; : t' purchase of the privately owned water and power systems.Sf Disaster Relief, Home Nurs- strong court to beat the Pahokee team :

We now add our own opinion and convictions. ing and Public Health Nursing; I high
Meeting' Of District 30-18. Ed Von Mach was
" \ : This newspaper strongly recommends, -without any reserva- fifth to train our young'people in scorer in the game last night.In .

tions-that the people vote to purchase these utilities because the paths of service and good, citi- ?
: zenship through the medium of the Scouts In' Moore HavenThe other games Monday night
(; we are convinced: Moore Haven defeated Riddle Me-
Junior Red Cross; and
l' If. -, 1. It is a good buy. The corporation offers to sell at a chanics 52-9 ; Riddle Instructors
WHEREAS such a' program as
..- /. ";: price several thousands' dollars'under the appraisal fixed outlined above will necessitate the Glades-Hendry Boy Scout defeated LaBelle and Belle Glade
", district held its monthly meetingin defeated Pahokee 41-34. Last
"' : by nationally recognized engineers.
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expenditure of large sums of
"', :..-,':"' 2. To vote' "yes" is to insure badly needed, extensions of money: Moore Haven Tuesday evening night 'the Riddle Instructors de-
beginning 'at five o'clock.A feated Moore Haven 28.13, Bel eGlade'
f' \:1' : .: ... service, which are not .guaranteed under the present owner- THE'REFORE. I F. Deane Duff
barbecue was'served at
supper defeated South Bay 31-28
? j : of Clewiston call the
'I J. mayor
the football field after which the
I and the results of the Mechanics-
1" 1 \ : 3. The water and power systems are going businesses. members of' my community to give : board of review gave two merit LaBelle game is not known.

I :. '' They make profits for their present owners. The taxpayers I through 'our local Red Cross badges to Oliver Martinez of' the The local team plays ,its first

.j i :.: ;,:: .,:. who support them will benefit from these earnings under I Chapter their generous American and un- Clewiston troop, in automobiling and game on the home court Monday

-'; ', ,. municipal ownership. stinted support to the n public health, the only Scout who night and everyone is urged to at-

t t:;,, ". .. :':,:;::-. 4. History of city-owned utilities in :Florida and elsewhere Red Cross, emergency outlined war in fund Presi-of appeared for advancement. tend the game. Play will start at

:: : .<: :' ':.:,",..,' shows they contribute largely to defraying the cost of" ,dent$50,000,000,Roosevelt's as recent proclamation. Plans were made by district of- eight o'clock and admission of ten

I p' '(' ;. .'. ficials present for a dinner at the and twenty cents will be charged.
:' city government and therefore ease the strain on the pocketbooks This fund not only will aid
r" ', / Clewiston Inn on Tuesday Februaryf The team will be attired for the
1 of
: taxpayers. the ''national Red Cross to expandits
", .., ': 10, in observation of National game in their natty new uniforms.
r 5. Users of water and entitled to voice in services them a
: ,.: : r power are a place upon
". .Y Boy Scout Week. J. M. Couse will Among those playing with the
'. ,.1'; :. : '".! ., what they shall pay for such services. Municipal ownership war basis, and permit this great be the principal speaker and not local team are Junior Waters, Sam
-.1' :, :. ,:; ',<. will give every voter a "say" on this important subject. organization to play its traditionalrole Sco'uters
only Scouts, and parents Lang, Ed' Von Mach J, B. Brantley,
'7' ; t',>;... 6. The money the city would borrow to. acquire these in saving life and in helpingour will be Invited to. attend but also George Crowe, Malley Palmer Eddie

.' .t b-, '., i utilities would not constitute a mortgage on a single piece of country achieve its final vic- Cubs and their parents. At leasta Bronson, Ralph Conner, Aaron
but also will aid our local
r......> property. It will be paid back out of earnings. tory hundred are expected to be pres- Knight, Shorty Ballard and ,Herman
chapter in meeting its war-time
:, :' ,';,. 7. It is the only means so' far suggested to meet the ent. Draughn. Jimmy Wilson is team

; :::,". : .;< ',; : pressing demands of a fast-growing city for expanded services. further I public service proclaim obligations that your: and contri-I New appointments were madeto manager '

; j ',::>';,;.>>-,,',r We said at the outset that the City of Clewiston has butions to this fund will representyour i fill vacancies, L. E. in Farnam the district of Moore committees GENE SARAZEX, FAMOUS

4 -" :i";"t come of age. A carefully nurtured childhood seems to tangible share in our mighty j
Haven being appointed chairman flOLFEH HERE WEDNESDAYGene
:f'> :;':: : ',.. ; guarantee its adult growth. But Clewiston must stand on its' battle for freedom, for justice, and
of the camping and activities com-
'i'{ .. '/,:. the for the survival, of our nation -
1- ; own feet welcoming assumption of its adult responsibilities very of
". i| raittee Dan Padgett Clewiston, Sarazen, nationally known
r.wf''r';:; :-V". and reaping the. benefits of growth for all its citizens. .Expansion I scout commissioner and Rev. John golfer and holder of many titles

j $ '; 'f: "'.{/:,. plans already announced, and others to come, paint I !I.I Moore heads another committee. in.the realm of sports, was a visitor

\0 :. ',.1 r :!".: :'.' } a bright picture for all of us-large and small-who have Rev. E. E. Dudley who has been Rev. A. M. Glisson, R. M. Harris in Clewiston Wednesday. Mr.

- ; :.. < elected to cast our lot in this Capital City of the Everglades. pastor of the South Clewiston Pen- !'[ and Scoutmaster L. W.... Turner were, Sarazen, who is following the winter
<,J' <: ; But no city can grow faster than its essential utilities such as tecostal Church, for the past two present from LaBelle with four sports tournaments in the South

'I1jr' water and power. years, has resigned from the churchto \ Scouts; J. M. Couse Prof. Oscar came up from Miami with two
l;)' '-. .',. '"- ,To vote "yes" Tuesday is to take an important .and necessary enter the evangelistic field, and I I Smith and Lawrence Hardy, scoutmaster friends Mrs. Walters and Mrs
Ga. Rev. of Moore Haven with fifteen
in Sorrison.
is Waycross
f'. .': step in preparing our city for the responsibilities that now
James A. Cain of Clearwater Is the I I Scouts and W. C. Owen Frank They had lunch at the Inn and
'f'S: growth and progress impose upon its citizens.
":. ,.' new pastor of the church. He and Conkling, Jimmy Wilson and W. later made a tour over the ,prop-

.,.. -' ,:: We are confident our people, will not shirk their duty. Mrs. Cain and their family are I E. Dilley of Clewision with ,fifteen erties of the sugar corporation, in

residing in South 'Clewiston. Scouts which they expressed an interest. rII


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Winnie Apparently Had -

I FBI Offers Opportunities I Been So Reproved Herself

I "Come upstairs and let me

With tiLe volume of work constantly increasing as a result of the wash your hands," said the mother -

war, the Federal Bureau of Investigation is seeking qualified personnel I c ESCRE& daughter when she for arrived with her little
a at
grandmother's. -.
for many different types of positions, from clerks' to G-men. Youngmen ."
who are high school graduates may qualify as clerks at $1,440
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) "I don't want to wailed
Washington D. C. go up,
without stenographic ability.
per year even typing or Winnie, aged four.
WILLKIE AND F.D.R. write either to E. P. Foxworth, assistant director, FBI, 607 U. S. Court By VIRGINIA VALE "Let

Seldom in political ,history has It House, New York City, or J. Edgar Hoover, director FBI, Washington HEDY LAMARR'S going ," called her wash grandmother.them in the kitchen "She- j
President of the United States received -
such wholesome support on D. C. have that long bob can do it there just as well, I am

major foreign policy from a defeated 1I1'f.! ,."" .""" ,...,,,, ;,. candidate as Franklin Roosevelt scene in "Tortilla Flat, according "No," her mother said, firmly.

has received from Wendell Willkie '., : to an official announcement "I insist that she come up with

Few people know how active Willkie I from M-G-M. She's also, me."
has been behind the scenes. Winnie went upstairs slowly.
in that picture, going to have Turning to her'mother
For instance, Willkie has even she asked:
done some missionary work on Joe A another opportunity to show "Why don't you obey your
Martin, chairman of the Republican that she really can act when mother!"

National committee and opposition she is given a chance
leader of the house. Willkie remainson \
very friendly terms, with his old ), I "H. M. Pulham, Esq.," her cur-
'( rent picture, does all right by her
campaign even
they differed manager on foreign policy. /4,4 in that respect, though the picture STJOSIPH ?
; itself is
I Shortly after the congressional rather disappointingsomehow -
vote to repeal the Neutrality act, not quite so good as it should
in which the Republicans nearly defeated have been. ASPIRIN

Roosevelt, Willkie phonedJoe ,, \ .
Martin. The Mexican Spitfire comedy series .

"Joe," he said, "those Republicans rolls right along, with Lupe
who voted against repeal of Velez and Leon Errol; the fifth one SelfSufficientHe

neutrality are going to have a tough _n'.n.n_ __n ___ u_ ______hh____ who imagines he do
time being re-elected. They're go- s'*, c ABallistics :.z; : without the world deceives can himself -N

ing to find the country" is behind ks'; 4 much; but he who fancies that
Roosevelt on this. I the world cannot do without him.
The Republican national chair- I t is still more mistaken.-La Roche-
man replied that he would not only 4,; -
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re-elect all the Republicans but who he examination with comparison A photographic chart needed by
voted against Roosevelt, 1
would also elect a lot of new Repub- microscope. This expert I an FBI fingerprint expert for testimony -

". licans to fill the seats of the Democrats will' testify in a murder case. in court is being prepared. 4(,'. '

r, who had voted with Roosevelt. ..._"',....' "."""" ... _,>"'.....,..... 'w.., "'.<."" ....-=.. .:....>,:./, ."...= ;(.z:,..:=...",,-, -,,,,""! C '
"Listen," said Willkie, "if you re- ;
.. elect 80 per cent of those who voted I COLDS
against the President you'll be ,the :4ik1tIL l

greatest political genius of all time." ; FOR DIRECT RELIEF from miseriesofcolds.coughingphlegrnirrita ;

"And," said Willkie, in telling the -
story to a friend afterward, "a few :: 44/ tion,clogged upper air passagesrub t'
days later there was Joe himself ; throat, chest, and back with
' with Roosevelt for declara.. Vicks VapoRub. Its poulticeandvapor -
,. voting a
action brings relief without
tion of war. LUPE VELEZis dosing.
:- -Buy' Defense Bonds-
"Mexican Spitfire at Sea"; evidently ALSO FOR HEAD COLD "sniffles", I
- SHIP-BUILDING PROGRAM the combination of the rub- melt a spoonful of VapoRub in
, The action of the house naval affairs : ber-legged comedian and the fiery hot water. Then have the child
'committee in slashing the pro- breathe in the steaming vapors. I
-. Lupe is a money-making
: posed expansion of our two-ocean FREE-SEEDS WORTH $1.00! For 7

navy was due chiefly to shortages of packages of Petunias,Zinnias. \ 'r
:. materials and construction equip- Like many other. women the coun- Marigolds,

,t&:, ment. I 4LIN try over, Rosalind Russell wantedto Sweet Peas,
.; However, Rear Admiral Samuel do something useful in the pres- Candytuft,
Robinson, chief of the bureau of ent emergency; she'd taken a Red MomingGlories

;:i' ships, ran into a blunt barrage oft Cross course, but felt that she could send and Balsam name just and

questions about the worth of the do more than roll bandages and address to Vicks,
t( .. battleship under modern combat make splints. So she's Private Ros- Dept.GGreens- C KS

\ ;:'. conditions.. Committee members alind Brisson now (the new hus- boro, N. C. W VAPORUB
;[:;, sharply suggested that in view of 4f band's'name: being Brisson, remem-
i: the battleship's record in this war, ? ber), of'the' Beverly Hills Women's I

::.\: the navy might be wise to build no Emergency Corps, and is spendingtwo Being Employed
: '. more. evenings a week learning to A hundred years of idleness are

I:. Robinson contended that this take an ambulance apart and put it not worth one hour well employed.

.:;-. would be impractical, since the together again. When she finishes -French Proverb. .
:',' United States needed battleships "if "Take a Letter, Darling," she'll en-

,;. for our combat enemies continue"to use them Special agents of the FBI (G-men) must qualify in the use of roll in the radio course. ,

t "What is your purposes.honest private opin- various types of firearms, and must also know their mechanics. G.men ,1:, DON'T LET '
When the Armistice
{: ion of the battleship?" he was start at $3,200 per year. was signed, CO1STIPATIONSLOWYOUUP
.' 23 Wesley Barry was a
years ago
asked. "Do ,
think this of
I:,.. ship is worth you all the money it costs Mlxx::::: m""" : ,,r ,.;,,:;&J} <<,: "'%?: Y.A.; ." .:m.; f. -;>( :< :% :<::;]:,,,$,,;;;. boy actor, and Al Green was an .

t '. and the time and labor required to $ assistant director. They were working When bowels are sluggish and you feel ;
.. ; build them?" VS-/T'V }*?'53stss&*%.? r.: ) / : m&&<& <& |4- i? I "
. called "Daddy Long Legs. On do is an effort, do as millions do-chew
2- "I'm"sorry, gentlemen, but it's not m&ftfr* M& te&fr'KOn the day when America entered the FEEN-A-MINT the modem chewing '
i : my function to answer that question gum laxative. Simply chew FEEN-A-
":.i' ," sidestepped Robinson with a / / '< r'') present war they were again working MINT before you go to bed-sleep with- I
,'-. smile. "I'm not a policy man. My J, 5 _' ? together-this time at the RKO out being disturbed-next morning gentle, ,.".J'

L: '. job is to build ships after it is decided Radio .studio, in "The Mayor of thorough relief, helping normal you feel swell Try
ii full of pep.
again your
: r.\ 44th Street, the film musical star-
they are needed.: However, FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy
I have my own ideas about the bat- ring Anne Shirley and George Mur and economical.A generous family supply .
.: t' f& phy. This time' Barry's assistant costs only "
I 17 director Green's director. FEEN.AaMNT! ;
This drew 109
laughter and the ad- ,' *&' .' "L4.' "' > /* %<
miral was pressed no' further. t* --.7E--:
; *
." Robinson also was quizzed closely '" 'i'Ilir It'll be a new version of "Downto .

: : about the high cost of certain the Sea in Ships" for Jean Gabin, Surest Key
;', : vessels which the navy proposed 4. ; : : the talented French actor, if 20th The best and securest of all :
in the expansion program, chiefly Century-Fox sticks to present plans. keys is the friendship of the peo

I' ::z .. an aircraft carrier at an estimated __ '. .4 Gabin is now working in "Moon- ple.Antigonus.RWMEN. ,. ..

(::., $85,000,000. .. ) tide." The other story was prepared \,
::: "Higher labor and material costs ,i, .i two years ago for Tyrone Power,
f are the biggest factors," Robinson 4 : but never went into production. The,
I:4;. explained. "For instance, we have / 7; 4 tMfd; : studio's lucky; sea stuff, for back- ,

1..",' a new type of armor plate for our ground, was shot last summer off
/< ships which is far stronger than c i the Mexican coast; couldn' be done '

I>'. .. that used by any other nation. It : ; now. ONLY! .,:.
... costs $60 a ton, three times as much 'I'/IN-
(';- as the armor plate we formerly If you suffer from monthly cramps,
Iii,:'. used." "I : Just for the record: "Two-Faced headache, backache, nervousness .;c.
: ,. Woman," the new Garbo picture, and distress of ""irregularities"
\ "How about the functional d1s- .
? labor caused by monthly
45. has been revised, and the Legion of Plnkham'sVegetable '
, + turbances-try LydIa
/l.: "We have
plenty of labor
to carry it "B for
Decency has rated insteadof Compound-famous
,. out our shipbuilding program," Rob- "C which stands for "con- relieving pain and nervous feelings
and multilith machines operated by FBi clerks '
mimeograph of women's "difficult \
:.,:;,;, .- inson said. "Also plenty of facili- days.
II demned. Taken reguiarIyLydUaP1nkham'Compound '
ties. instructions for the FBI field force are printed. ,:
lb.t\, '" Getting materials and ma- E-- helps build up resistance "
:'. : chine tools is our big problem right against such annoying symptoms. :.'i
Joan Davis the film comedienne '
Follow label directions. WORTH
!\'f now. However the ., .. .
shortage doesn'tamount : has become a permanent memberof TRYING I .'
!\:,', to a bottleneck. In fact, Rudy Vallee's Thursday evening :
f-(; ', production is running a little ahead radio show. She'd been in vaudeville -
of schedule and will be greatly expedited .
by next spring. before she struck gold in Hollywood _ _ _ _
; Vallee saw her radio possi- ior
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"'! bilities, gave her a single guest appearance \ '
;\: ', CAPITAL CHAFF and now she's headed for All the TrafficWould
l: The outbreak of the war obscured the top, if she follows in the foot- 1

\ the incident, but the house ate crow steps of other Vallee, discoveries.
, lo, in a big way on its action last summer .-;{-- Bear"O '

::. barring David Lasser, former Francia White, the soprano star of ;
I:'. head of the Workers Alliance, from the Monday evening telephone hour ,;>

.. government employment. After a concerts, is an air raid warden.
: careful investigation, the appropriations Her instructions are, in case of an There was a time America ,'

:',:'_' committee completely exonerated alarm, to warn people not to use when there were no set prices.
: i Lasser of any Communist af the telephone!
filiations. Representatives John Ta- ,'I'" Each merchant charged what
::.- ber, N. Y., J. W. Ditter, Pa., and For five years Ted Straeter has he thought "the traffic would
IS : Everett Dirksen, El., who made the / been vocal director of the Kate '
.: ': original accusation ducked the committee V Smith program. Three years ago bear. Advertising came to

, session when Lasser was he' organized a band, and he's been the rescue of the consumer. '
/" ,,
: >
' making a reputation for himself It led the to the estab- '
I .. way
Puerto Ricans wryly recall that 4 ""
.' .. I through his engagements at one of
U. S. navy's radio towers at Cayey, "IV'{*'>>'"" ?7.'m.w..v..m",t }.".:.:.,.,:..:.:'.....",,'>..,. .w-",:,, .,,.v'.',,d:,.:\l.b/-). '":'."..: ,.i...:.:.,..,"..".'4...<,,. ., ...-._.....n'A.m 4i .3 .,....u.._ New York's smartest night 'clubs. lished prices you pay when
25 miles from San Juan, were dismantled ;;; : Now his music will be featured on a you buy anything today.r"c' .
three years ago and sold Here is the FBI baseball team. teams are tough competitorsin I new series of radio programs, over 4
as scrap iron to the Japanese. ,
the Mutual network. I I
every sport and win many championships in government leagues. r.

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H 1p ce a3ir f Lesson I 11\I & 3flT ;. :

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a 4.etpme Of The By HAROLD Moody Bible L. LUNDQUIST Institute of, D.Chicago.D. "But surely'you didn't tell him

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The scene is Honolulu, and the : She's At It
" Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected "How long will it be before ,;
dialogue begins: "Listen! and copyrighted by International '
The increasing sounded like Council of Religious Education; used by wife makes her appearance?
." roar permission.! "She's upstairs making if now."
the surging swell of voices from

a distant stadium.
"Planes, he said. "Our patrol
JESUS "Your husband has suit."
,." a.new
"No he hasn't."
He shook his head. "Too 'many." ,
In the distance there were sharp LESSON TEXT-Luke 2:25.35; 39,40. "Well, something's different."
GOLDEN TEXT-Jesus Increased in wis "Yes it's "
-j vicious'blasts ; a new .
'S explosions-like of dom and stature, and in favor with God and
thunder. They rolled and cracked man.-Luke 2:52.
;:, and echoed. A blinding, jagged

'I : sheet of, yellow flame rose and "Nobody knows what a boy Is worth. Beware Coughsfrom
1 spread. And the world must wait to see;

;j\ ". Well, it's come at last .." For every man in an honored placeIs common colds t'-li

u.Vhat happened, sir? Was it < a boy that used to be." .

bad?" That On.
t. "Very bad. They caught us flat- IServe Jesus was "only a boy" as He Hang ,.

": footed. Approached very high. grew through infancy and childhood, Creomulslon relieves promptly be- :.':

Twenty, maybe thirty thousand feet but in that baby and that boy rest- cause it goes right to the seat of the .;

The anti-aircraft boys held up ,ed all the hopes of mankind. While trouble to help loosen and expel ",

.. their fire ." He was not just like any other boy, germ soothe laden and phlegm heal,raw and, tender aid natureto inflamed .:f

j./ ". They knew just where to ; yet His growth and developmentwere bronchial mucous mem:1

strike and what to strike with." normal, and we. may learn branes. Tell your druggist to sell you -',

V "They hit us with incendiaries the much that will enable us to help the a bottle of Creomulslon with the Understanding

first time over They caught boy in our home, in our block or in you must like the way it :
quickly allays the :Y
cough or you are
i r the hangars at Hickam and ?:1 M. !.. ;?'><<<*, "" ',isJt'W;:; :';;;.:':< W: 1<' '" ': i our church. to have your money back.CREOMULSION. ;;

even went out of their way to set The mother of Jesus, in fulfill-

.; fire to Rogers Airport buildings and One-Dish Meals as Smart BudgetStretchersSee ment of the law of her people, on i

5 .... the barracks." ( Recipes Below) the eighth day identified Him with for Coughs,Chest Colds, Bronchitis : 1.

i :, ". The enemy gave us three Appeal Plus the nation, (Luke 2:21), and then

': blasts It'll be days before we Appetite at the end of 40 days brought Him, -
THIS WEEK'S MENU Hearts and Understanding
can patch up." with her humble sacrifice, to pre- :
? Appetites 'Men, as well as women, are
Dents in the budget
". Casualties heavy, sir?" sent Him to the Lord. There a
: wilted after the rich foods as a result oftener led by their hearts than ,_c
Cream of Mushroom Soup I
They scored a direct hit on beautiful and prophetic scene took their ..
of the double understandings. The to : i
Dish Meal
/: Schofield Barracks. place as the Holy Spirit revealedto
Well the heart is through the ;
? senses
} ". Clipper service, of course, holidays Green Bean Salad Bran Muffins godly old Simeon HisI. ; :'
please their and and
can smoothout eyes ears,
has been suspended. The Japs are you Apple Betty with Foamy Sauce Salvation-in .'
those dents Complete a Baby the work is half done.-Chester-
reputed fond of shooting down un- Milk Tea Coffee
and at the same (vv. 25-35). field. J
armed transport planes.
time perk the 'Recipe Given. The Holy Spirit (not as
up yet come
;j: ,. It was Japan that the United ,;:
jaded appetitesby the indwelling presence in believers'hearts
States was at war with.

"And Pearl Harbor, sir?" smart, simple, until tender. Melt butter, blend in ) had come upon Simeon, a :J \" am IlI .
"A mess They scored direct easy to manage one dish meals. flour, add milk' and meat stock. man.right with God and with a deep \ ""
Here's parade of palate-thrilling in his heart for the and
hits on the foundries and on the a Cook over direct heat, stirring con- longing comingof

"t pumping plant near the drydock. recipes with which you can sprint stantly until sauce boils and thick- the Messiah-"the consolation of
right along even with the slimmestof Israel." He was assured of living Gggi
:f They burned the air station hangars ens. Add salt. Combine'sauce with ,

'3 r" : The hospital's all right, and budgets.To remaining ingredients, except until that day, and now as he waitedin sound '

; "they didn't hit any of the fuel oil stretch that food dollar, ,you crumbs and melted butter, and turn the temple the babe who fulfilled You'd sure order good it in :

, ,'!II. tanks ." can use leftover meats and vegeta- into a buttered casserole or baking that, promise was laid in his arms. a minute if you Jdidn't

:f "Pearl Harbor was a cinch bles that are called for .in these dish. Combine crumbs and melted He blessed God as he broke forth rememberyour I j

I: All they had to do was follow the casseroles. Yes, and what's especially butter, sprinkle over surface. Bakein in praise and prophetic utterance. last experience, when all you ;;

,&" coast line and blast away ." nice about them is thatthey're a moderate, (350 degrees) oven Note the full conception the workof got out of it was GAS pains, bad :,
in vitamins and minerals breath and sour stomach, probably
"But how could they get several tops 35 to 40 minutes. the Redeemer-deliverance from due to a spell of CONSTIPATION.Next .
because fortified with
:\ hundred planes here?" they're Cabbage, one of winter's best bondage and fear. of death, light to time have ADLERTKA handy.It '1

't' .., "God knows. Japan :wouldn't those perfect foods, milk and butter. vegetables, is featured in this cas.. the Gentiles and glory to Israel, a is an effective blend of 6 carmina-

.: : have enough aircraft carriers. .0. As you're pouring:out the milk from .serole of tuna or salmon: .? stone of stumbling but:.also of rising tives and 3 laxatives jot ,DOUBLE

My guess is that they got a couple the bottle, remember it's.'ji1st brim- Scalloped Tuna and Cabbage. again. A revealer 'of' the hearts of action! ADLERIKA quickly relievesgas
and with and bowel action follows
ming bursting healthgiving gentle
.J' of carriers through by traveling and One whose sacrifi-
qualities. (Serves 8) men-yes, surprisingly fast. Tear out this ad
::f away from the regular shipping 2 cups boiling water cial death would pierce the heartof and take it along to the drug store.
:' lanes. That put 100 to 150t'i' Chicken Pie. 2 His mother. *
quarts chopped cabbage
(Serves 6 to 8)
'Jj) little shipboard fighters in striking 2 ,cups rich milk One is glad that Simeon and Annav.

'';.li distance ." 3 cups diced, cooked chicken % pound American cheese ( 36) and "them that looked for Forming Habits

... :" "The, raid occurred at eleven for- 1 cup diced, cooked carrots % cup flour redemption in Jerusalem" saw in It.is just as easy to form a good

: ty-two ." 6 cooked, small white onions 1 teaspoon salt Mary's infant son the Son of God habit as it is to form a: bad one..

;" The bombing of the Island of Oahu 1 tablespoon chopped parsley 1 can tuna or salmon, flaked incarnate, for round about was unbelief And it is just as hard to' break a

;r; ,had occurred at 11:42 1 cup milk 2 cups buttered bread crumbs (John 1:11), hatred (Matt. good habit as a bad one. So get
.t-Jj' The President of the United States 1 cup chicken stock the good ones and keep them.
boiling water over cabbage, 2:16), and indifference (Matt. 2:4,
2 tablespoons flour
J announced by radio to the country heat to boiling, add 1 cup milk and 5).
that America was at war with Salt and pepper
cheese, cut in pieces. Cook over Is it not today? Christmas has
so :
jl. Arrange chicken and vegetablesin
; Japan, whose fleets, then
.even were hot water until cheese is melted. T
headed layers in casserole. Combine milk just been celebrated. How many
eastward \) COLDS
Blend flour salt and
0" "Our country has known some and chicken stock, add flour, blend- remaining milk saw the babe in the manger as Jesus th\C)
and add
to Add tuna OF
cabbage. or
the Saviour?
in Cook until thick
ing slowly. stir-
black but ,
days, none so black as salmon and put in buttered casse- gi-sic/4 Esc
this God ring constantly, then season. Pour The little fam-
one. help us all! I role. Top with crumbs and bake in scene changes-the
The above are excerpts from over chicken and vegetables. Cover I ily is back in Nazareth in the hum- LIQUIDTABLETS

"Lightning in the Night," by Fred with a sweet potato'crust and bakein utes.moderate, (350-degree) oven 20 min- :! ble home-and there we see 6 6 6Alleviating NOSE SALVE DROPS /

Allhoff which in a moderate oven 40 minutes.OneDishMeal. .
appeared Liberty COUCH DROPS
M Baked potatoes and salmon are a II. Perfect Development in a Boyvv.

Magazine, Sept. 7, 1940. favorite cold weather combination, ( 39, 40).
._ : -Buy Defense Bonds- (Serves 6) but have
\ When Nazi agent Geo. S. Viereck you. The period from infancy to accountability -
2 diced carrots (6 medium .
cups ever thought of : .0 :' (12 ) is summedup alleviation in misfortune is -
recently indicted in years
Washington carrots)
blending the two to endure and submit to necessity.
in the full-orbed of the
he was temporarily taken to the 1% cups diced celery growth
together as one e -Se.neca.
J' Jesus described in 40.
police station. When he boy verse
6 medium potatoes, pared and dish? No? Then
: .f there he was asked (among other sliced have' real () The one business of every child
queries) to give personal references. from birth to 12, or somewhere
3 butter
coming if you try: around there until the of adolescence GAS ON STOMACHMay
1' He gave the names of two individ 2 tablespoons flour Salmon period -

high up in our gov't. One is 2 cups milk Stuffed Potatoes. is to grow without any excite tho Heart actionAt

high in the State Dep't-the other is 1 cup meat stock or 1 bouillon (Serves 6) sense of responsibility except obedi- tho first sign of distress smart men and women
6 baked Bell-ans Tablets to nt free.No laxative
potatoes, depend on gas
a U. S. Ambassador .. Anyone cube in ence to authority. but made of tlrefeetest-actingmedranca topwn

J"uals i consulting the Washington (DC) po- 1 cup hot water 1%beaten cup hot milk J Growth' is, first of all, physical. for FIRST symptomatic TRIAL doesn't relief of prove gastric Bcll-ani hyperacidity.better,return If the
lice records can obtain these egg side of bottle to us and receive DOUBLE Hooey Back. 25c.
'.: names. 1 teaspoon salt Salt and Jesus stands by the every
' -Buy Defense Bonds; 3 to 6 tablespoons prated onion pepper boy and girl as the body grows from
1 lemon
Letters from the movie colony 1 cup peas (canned I1 .or -fresh) 2 tablespoon flaked salmon juice babyhood to maturity, for He too WNU-7 1-42,

K these days all read as though every- I 2 cups diced leftover ,meat % cups minced onion sauteed knew that experience. We may talk
cup ,
body out there had their options % cup sifted bread crumbs 2 to Him as an understanding friend Good-Natured Man

dropped Errol Flynn got his I 3 tablespoons melted butter tablespoons butter I about the physical needs and problems Good-nature is,the most god-like
; final American citizenship papers I I Cook carrots, celery and potatoes crumbs I of our children. Let us remember commendation. of a good man.-;

last week Dorothy Di Frasso separately in boiling salted water Split baked potatoes and scoop that here, as elsewhere in Dryden.

allegedly won $25,000 from ex-King I I out. 'Mash the potatoes, add milk, Scripture, the physical body is rec-

J :. Carol of Rumania in a gin rummy egg, salt. Fold in salmon, lemon ognized as important.
,, ;':' orgy in Mexico Ber- juice and onions. Refill shells and Today's popularity
Irving of Doan't Pills, after
lin's latest song is called "Pearl LYNN SAYS: sprinkle with buttered crumbs. Bakein Mentally, He'experienced growth. many years of worldwide -

Harbor" Willis Hunt who a moderate oven 20 minutes. The strange, apocryphal tales about i use, surely must
Him as be accepted as evidence
child Jesus
just got his divorce from Carol Lan- Can you name the one food Sweet Potato ,Crust. the representing .J of satisfactory use.
a man of mature wisdom in a child'sbody And favorable public
dis, will soon marry Elise Curtis.He that does most for your body's This crust is the distinctive partof do' not even remotely opinion supports that
leaves soon to fly for the R.A.F. ,health, most cheaply? Milk, of the chicken pie and a wonderfulway I compare of the able physicianswho
with the beautiful naturalness of the value of
.' Jimmy Durante says the Japsare course! Why? Because milk does to use up keen-minded boy asking questions Dean's test under exacting
sure to wind up on their Tokyos all of the following: those few pota- a laboratory conditions.
A tire firm uses this honey of toes that left observing, always learning. Boys These physicians, too, approve every wordof
a are
1. Promotes
growth and main- and girls, talk with confi- advertising you read the objective of
you may
slogan: "Don't be a skidiot! tains the body's resistance to in- over from the which is only to recommend Doan't Pills
?: America is like this Mario dence to Him about your lessons, as a good diuretic treatment for disorderof
: Gallo holiday dinner
fection through vitamin A. growing interest in this excit- the kidney function and for relief of
manager of the San Carlo Opera o along with the your the pain and worry it causes.
company, was married here last '. Stimulates appetites and chicken. It's ing world. of ours, of your need for If more people were aware of how the
keeps the nerves in top-notch con- 4tuMP' a guidance in learning. Be sure that kidneys must constantly remove waste
week to Hizi Koy Ke, Japanese crust de luxe injury
so- a that cannot stay in the blood without -
dition through vitamin Bl o He will understand.The .
prano. ; pro- =: -- crisp, golden to health there would be better understanding
motes and of the whole body suffers
growth keeps the skin touch the why
-Buy Defense Bonds- ?iJ. brown topping crowning upon when kidneys lag, and diuretic medica-
Terrific feud going on in the U. S. healthy through vitamin B2G). we.llVo thy of growing personality of the child is tion would be more often employed.
-' Supreme court. Justices 3. Helps calcium and vitamin Y ?' (f' chicken the spiritual. We read of Jesus that Burning, scanty or too frequent urina
Douglas, pie: tion sometimes 'warn of disturbed kidney
Murphy, Black and Frankfurter are C to develop, teeth and bones 1 cup sifted flour "the grace of God was upon him." function. You may suffer nagging back
headache, attacks of dizziness
the' principals involved San properly if fortified with vita- 1 teaspoon baking powder Great and grave has been the ache ,persistent getting up nights swelling, puffi- .

Francisco newspaper man Paul min D.. % teaspoon salt neglect of the spiritual life of chil- ness under the eyes-feel weak nervous.

Smith (a Lieut. Comdr. in Navy 4. As an excellent source of 1 cup cold mashed sweet potato dren for whom much has been done all Use played Doan's out.Pills. It is better to rely on

Public Relations), has received the phosphorus, it also works to keep Vz cup .fat, melted physically and mentally. Christian a medicine that has won world-wide ac.

Green Light from Sec'y Knox the teeth and bones in class A. 1 beaten egg parents must not make: that mistake: known.claim than Ask on your something neighbor less favorably"

To drop the traditional silence-and 5. Milk's proteins come to the Sift dry ingredients. Work in -and they need not, for the Lord

keep the public informed. Mr. Knox ,fore in repairing worn-down tissues mashed potato, milk and egg. Roll Jesus here too stands ready to counsel '

\ feels that unlike other wars, this is and muscles' and boosting JA inch, thick, cover pie and flute guide, encourage, and strengthen -

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swamps, sawgrasa and canals be- to be used in rescuing the- pilotof I'm going to the polls Tuesday and mathematical yardsticks nor personal -
The Clewiston News'I ,
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i low. the plane. vote 'yes' 0 conveniences. The President, Jour -

,I The other crew members were fighting men and the American -

I I, Published every Friday in Clowiston Opportunity is knocking on Clew- Second Lieut. Paul I, Williams, copIlot Red Cross- people expect much of us. An

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, iston's door-in the form \ot a ; Second Lieut. Prevost Mar avalanche of giving now will help

tnc. special election next Tuesday, to shall, bombardier; Aviation Cadet the Red Cross to deliver the goods". .

vote on the city's purchase of the James L. Deaver navigator; Corp. (Continued from page 1) "Over 350chapters have already -

KEATHLrjY DOYDEEditor utilities system.: If the election Leslie L. Maguire, engineer; Pvt. airmen are so valiantly defendingour exceeded war fund quotas

carries and the city purchases the I John L. Simos, radio operator; soil there you will ,also find demonstrating that' the people

i )Entered as second class mail matter systems it will pay' for them with 'Master Sgt. Irwin H. Gould Pvts. the Red Cross flag unfurled' alongside prepared to give generously and are

February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In bonds. The bonds will be retired Charles A. Griggs and Wayne R. the Stars and, Stripes.' 'Red promptly to the Red Cross.

Clewiston.March 3, 1897.Subscription Florida., ,under' the. Act of with proceeds from the sale of Haskew, gunners. Private, Simos Cross men are on eveJy'liOlit'; .Funds Chapters have delayed starting Other
electricity and water stretched overa received the injured elbow. are urgently needed:: toy: keep'; intact campaigns or failed to F
; report re
period of years.' This will giveus The plane is said to have been these front lines -of merCY.: The sults. It Is essential that this fund

Rate $2.00 Per. Year. '''a chance to buy the utilities and demolished except for the engines enemy respects neither ;,1 holidays' be, promptly oversubscribed and all
Advertlnlng Rates' On.l"; ,.Application." : I,' let them pay for themselvesanideal which have.. considerable, J salvage nor weekends., The Red Cross,:?;war chapters should accept this as a
F arrangement. So don't for- value.. They will probablY. taken fund should be pushed 'to rapid major responsibility now. Please

get to vote next Tuesday. of the salvage over subscription. Give all of the
Devoted to the advancement and' Wei- out plane ,as soon as make every 'effort for vigorous
rare of Clewiston and Hendry County.,. plans can Jle effected. people an opportunity' to participate. campaign during coming week. The
And the challenge of the weekis The Red Cross Is''a:: p'eople'spartnership
Red Cross drive,-our enemies of the United States con-
the new Utilities- in time of need. It '
MEMBfiRFLOR1tktPRfisSASSOC =C Jl '' quota is $1,000; and the money is is patriotism in action to give to tinue to strike without regard for

.AnoTA Vk :. for American war relief work. No the Red Cross. Miseries of. war time or holidays. The Red Cross

NAn EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION\V.) one knows where the funds will (Continued from page 1) cannot be measured by quotas and must carryon". t
IQ-U be needed next. The U. S. is in the
will guarantee extensions of service
war and new battle fronts and new
wherever needed.
bombing attacks may be expectedat I ,
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How many stories of the bomber any time and any place. "Almost without exception, .- .
crash have you heard? wherever municipal ownership of

Chutes Save Crew- essential efficiently it utilities has earned has substantial operated CLEWISTON .FEDERAL SAVINGS AND
High auto speeds wear out tires
returns, and these benefits have .
rapidly and with 'each mile of
been passed on to the taxpayers. I
wear the chance of' accident from (Continued from Page 1) I I
have complete confidence that our LOAN ASSOCIATION
blowouts increases proportionately.New damaged in some way during the
experience will be exception .to
tires are no' longer, 'availableto storm that night and the pilot, no

Mr Average Citizen so it might despite every effort, was unable to the rule. :I I STATEMENT OF CONDITION
"As a taxpayer, I am vitally interested -
be wise to cut our speeds and avert a crash.It December 31 1941 .
in keeping city taxes
my ,
thus drive longer and live ,longer. the first
is said that plane ran
down, especially at a time when war ,
into trouble over Moore Haven, one taxes must inevitably soar. As a''. ASSETS :
The municipal election takes !'r story being that it was caught in business investor in Clewiston, I.

place Tuesday to determine_ whether I I an up-draft which carried it, up am interested in making sure that First Mortgage Loans . $69,370.54
or not the city shall be permittedto several thousand feet and then
water and power will be suppliedin Cash on Hand and in Bank 2181.40
purchase the public utilities. plummeted it toward the ground.
abundance to our growing com-
You owe, it. to yourself and "your The ship was heavily laden and munity, and that these facilities will Stock, in Federal Home Loan
city to go to the polls and vote was no doubt damaged by the
be expanded in step with that Bank of'Wins'tonSalem 1,500.00
3f eligible :and'we urge you to punishment so that the pilot feareda
( growth. .The proposal we vote on t
vote "yes". crash. He ordered the crew, partof next Tuesday also provides $50,000in Furniture and Fixtures (Depreciated -

whom were sleeping, to bail out financing to guarantee step-
The Red Cross war relief fund and seven of them did so, landingin up in service that is demanded any by Value) . 67.56

drive is underway here now. A scattered around
a widely area our present abnormal growth. Prepaid Insurance Premium 58.05
thousand dollars must be raised Clewiston. The pilot and co-pilot
"As a businessman and taxpayer -
and will be raised. Clewiston has remained with the ship, possibly ''I derive considerable comfortout Total . .. . . $73,177.55 1
never teen found wanting in contributions attempting to" gain altitude after '
of the fact that in borrowingthis LIABILITIES
to a worthy cause and getting rid of the greater part of
money to make a good buy
will not start now. Give NOW the load. The co-pilot was next to
I'm not mortgaging a single pieceof Repurchasable
and give until it hurts that we may leave the plane and was found
my property; I get a good deal
do our part to relieve the suffering about noon Monday near the south of comfort out of the knowledgethat Accounts . . .' 52264.22
of service men who are fighting line levee of Sugarland Drainage
the financiers who will 'buy Loans in Process due, Bor-
to preserve'our freedom'and
District. The pilot apparently ,
our city's anticipationnotes I
those civilians who' are being injured -. waited until the last minute to are sure these companies will 'rowers .' . I. . 3 11 ..45Accrued
in our. own possessions.RAMBLINGS. bail out and when found late that
afternoon his which continue to make money and are Liabilities . 8.00
was near plane willing to get their principle and

came down near Maple 'Mound, an interest back out of 'earnings. Sure, I Reserves : . : :: .; ,j. ,, 7,474.75Undivided
N:N N N N N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:..:M N: :..:N:N:N:N:N: almost inaccesible part of the I'm going to help them back '
pay Profits 13,1 19.13
'glades. Charlie Miller, Riddle . .
out of my purchases of water and '

Field instructor, located the pilot electricity. But from the very day I Total . . . . $73,177.55 1
-. by flying over the wreck and drop- of transfer to municipal owner-

B., B.M ped food and blankets and a rescue -.--) '
By: ship, this business starts earning l
party went in 'on foot next day money for the 'city and we've I' ; OFFICERS AND DIRECTORSF.

:N:NN:N:M N N NAM NN, :NNNNN M NNN NNr, N:. and brought him out. He was
bought a fire insurance policy DEANE DUFF, President J. M. COUSE, Vice-President *
suffering from shock i and exposure
against higher'city taxes. JAY W. ,MORAN, Treasurer W., C. OWEN, SecretaryE.
Haye your New Year resolutions when found but is said to have :
"The whole proposition adds up E. KELLY, Director

:gone the way of ours? In our responded rapidly to treatment at to a: lot of business sense-for all .. ,
youth we made these extensive lists the Clewiston Emergency Hospital.The of us-big, medium and little-so ,_ .. _- __' ._. .' ,'..- _'_ H' -_._ _
of resolutions each New Year/-all crash was first reported
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and managed to adhere to them appeared at the sugar house, be- -"r:":" :":":":":":.'.":":":":":":":":..:":":":":":":":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:...:...:...;...:...:.i.....;...:...;...;...;...;...;...;...:...;...:...:...;...;....;...;...;...;...;...;.i.-t.....;...:...:...;...:...:...:...;...;...;..;.!

through several weeks. At least ing attracted there by the lights tt.... .yy:... t.
we kept them long enough to enjoy after landing. Authorities were AA .

the smug feeling of satisfaction.Of soon notified and before daylightthe ..:_..s... y y+
late we've, been cutting downon seven crew, members had all .s..s. .. :..(.
the number of resolutions and been picked up and taken to Riddle ..:....: ..{.
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tried to make them last longer. ; Field. At the: infirmary there they .tr.. l ," } ...th .

But we admit of little luck. were treated for superficial cuts ++ '. '" .: .... ,
For instance this year, being struck and' bruises, the most serious Injury ::::::, \' / :::=:

shortly before Christmas with one being an elbow injury sufferedby ALL' ELECTRIC ;) '."' .yy...
I of those "how to have a happy the radio operator. '

home" series in a magazine, we First Lieut. Richard K. Craig was :::: 'J'',;,( :;:::: :

:particularly noted the advice, "ap pilot of the ship which is said to ..S....::.. HOME ,"": ,' .4H1.'
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pear at breakfast in a neat house- have been travelling under sealed A .

'dress, and not in a blanketylookIng orders which were to have been ** +
bathrobe". Well, that one opened over Miami. It was reported .... ::.

struck home, and we stored it away to have, been carrying 2400 A .
:mentally. New Year's morning gallons of gasoline and one report .s"s' :. ,

i :hook found in us the with closet the, bathrobe seated at on'a the jettisoned said a cargo before of bombs the crash.which were This ::::;: Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that =::::_ jl

I I 'breakfast table, face made up, report has not been substantiated, :::::: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :::::
'fresh house dress but if the bombs buried'' them-
f on, even shoes so
; :and hose. The youngsters took selves in the marshes without ex ** home and one that will do everything quickly, efficient- : ::: ;

'one look and asked ,in startled ploding. :::::: I and :::):
ly economically.
'voices,: "Where are ,you going so I r A propellor-driven 'swamp +y : .:..:.

'early in the morning"? buggy" was sent out from Miami

i We immediately _decided that I I :::i: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or ::::::

no me children-happy ; nome(2)) children author had with (1)no FOLDERS THAT HAN ?::: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate ::::i: F-

'curiosity: earlier; or (3)'in) life.else she',, had reformed :!:::: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :::::

At any rate the resolution. was lit dour FlesI :::!: one thing that gets cheaper the more. of, if that you use. :::::

:good while it lasted. xt As
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:;:* That is why it is have .
Some 'weeks may slip by almost so easy to and enjoy a home I *::
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unnoticed, but this one has been :=::s: that is all electric and 'mo d.+.:.

host eventful for Clewiston. s +1_ xx_

One of the greatest sorrows that xx AA

could have come to the communi'ty ,.,:, +f

was the death 'Sunday morning Z Z .yy...

.: of an Mrs.inspiration A. O.: 'Ward to'all, whose who life would is M :;: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV" M \

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serve their family their community I yy
and '{heir 'Maker. She crowded outtwayrrt.shoxin + xx

'into 'her all too few years among r PENDAFIEK 3lold.Mn Lb :;::: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVA'GANTLY. :H:*:

us a full measure of living, of .:..!. .:...
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; giving happiness and love not only a new, basic filing method .'..'. .:. "
to her own family but to many that will speed filing/ : .t. :00:.
up your 'z. : t ,..:. '
Bothers who needed happiness and Pendaflex hanging folders r: ',
love. speed up filing ** :
because they can't sag or slump. Headings .!.... .
always in full view. Fewer and simpler motions + AV .:00: '
required to file or find-misfilmg re. .... y
The excitement. of the week was : .... ,
I duced. Space saved by eliminating follower ':.':. ..,. ...:. .'
the ,
crash of.an army bomber in block. Pendaflex is modem, streamlined ; :

the early Everglade Monday morning.south of Clewiston Each ,of I filing filing It's easy! -Pendaflex.and Inexpensive convert your l Glades Power and >1 ]

'"the nine members of the 'crew Sri and to frame fit any No letter new or cabinets.legal drawer.Fold. Light Co. Ii LI LIi

parachuted to safety, widely scattered Test it first with special, low cost Desk ,
over the area. Think of the Drawer Outfit or a single drawer installa. ':.Y ,I {ooi'i.
-you'll soon insist on Pendaflex tot .!.... .. ....
thrill of bailing out over unknown tall files. .... ,..._ 1.i. 1\
your r.a"*, ':'..i.. .i?= '
territory in the wee small hours! .:. ............... '.. i
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: Mrs.is Ruby spending'Allen this of week Jacksonville here Musgrave Guthrie, George, Janice Anne Magill Suggs, Jane, Eddie Hee Winn-Ricks Stokes, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar John. ",.
son, Mrs. J. S.
l : Miss Louise
) ::1 r Personals .1 with her brother, A. 0. Ward. Marjorie Brown, Charlotte: Krueger, Prewitt, Jo Ann Crouch, Mrs. -W. /,

I Beverly Carlton, Agnes and Miss Mildred Ricks and James C. Prewitt, Mrs. M. A. Thomas

: : Mrs. Cecile Brooks and Billy and Philip Hackett, Ronald Egley and Winn, both of Clewiston were Mrs. S. P. Slonaker, Mr. and Mrs., .

.. Mrs. Daisy. Yoder spent the week- Eddie J. Davis. married: Saturday, December 27th, G. T. Echols, Mr. and Mrs. 'P. E.

" ,I end in Moore Haven with relatives. in Moore Haven in a simple cere- Hall, Mrs. C. A. Kolstad, M. C. .

M. S. Wright and E. '''M. Cornette Ricks-Pratt mony performed 'by County JudgeJ. Baldwin, Mrs. Nancy H. Woods, "

-t were business visitors in Miami Miss Mildred Durst entertainedon' :, i! M. Couse at his residence.The Mrs. 'Chas. Lancaster, Mrs. Mattie

'" : J yesterday. _,.,._..._.,., New Year's''' Eve with a cocktail bride is the daughter of Mr. Thomas, Mrs. Homer Taylor, M.:

,, ,-.." party. at 1he'r' home. Guests were Miss Beatrice Pratt, daughter of and 'Mrs. W. T. Ricks, and the O. Allen, R. H. Anderson, Mrs. G. '

Kim Kolstad of Moore Haven Itir4!* and Mrs: Curtis Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Pratt and groom is the son of James E. Winn B. Thomas and Mary Louise;, Mrs-

spent the week-end in Clewiston Mr.'and, 'jirs" ';/H. Metcalf, Joe Metcalf Willie Ricks, son of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Arthur King. Attendingthe G. B. Rackstraw, Gorda Collins,

with Kay Bowden. ,. )W.: 'L." .{Kimball, Jr., all ofBradehton W. T. Ricks, were married in Sarasota couple at the ceremony were T, C. Musgrave, R. B. McCollum,

i "and '? Miss Marjorie 'Monday, January, 5th. Mr. the bride's brother-in-law and J. G., Niblack,- Florine Moore, E.

Mrs. Gertrude Evans of Wash- Spdolstra/: ''" / and' Mrs. T. ; H, .,Blackmon' of sister, Mr.' and Mrs. T. H. Black D. Clark',"'MrsI W. H. Lanier, Mrs.

.3ngton, D. C. was guest of Mrs. Bradenton, were witnessesat L'the mon of Bradenton.Mr. G7-H.: Small,-Mrs. Arthur 'Bong.

. -R. N. Smith Monday. Miss 'Edythe Nell Cornette hadas ceremony'which was performed by and Mrs. Winn are making J Mrs. ,Josephine ,Miner, Mrs.' M.

her guest during the holidays County Judge Chapman; their home in the Barracks for the E.: 'Von Mach, J. P. and- Jewel

her'".room-mate 'at, Southern College, Mrs. Ricks was a student in the present. Moree, ,Mr. and- Mrs. Herman '.
J. E, Beardsley underwent
an Miss Mary Oma Gibson of Bartow. 9th grade of the Clewiston schoolat Draghon, Bill, Martin, G. H. Brown, ';

4. "operation in St. Mary's Hospital Miss Gibson 'returned Saturday. Mr.' the time of her marriage. The COMMUNITY: CHURCHE. Gene-. :-,Goodbread, Mary Markette, !
\ test Paln1 Beach His
r Monday. and Mrs. E. M. Cornette and Sue couple residing in Clewiston.. Mr. and. Mrs C. A. Martinez, i
,-condition is
Miss Nell Ethridge and ;Martha
accompanied Edythe to B. Landis, :D. D., minister Davis, Mr.
; Lakeland Sunday. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON' CLUB and Mrs. R W. Turk, Dan Padgett.
9:45, Sunday School. Ed Clark
; Miss 'Barbara Morrison left Sunday "'
f. 'Mr.and' Mrs. H. C. Kolstad
: for Tallahassee after superintendent.
spending Bill 'and Dick Owen, sons of Kim, H. L. Kirk; Mrs. H. J;
; :the holidays with her Mr. 11:00, Morning Worship. Sermonby ,
I parents, Mr. and Mrs. W* C. Owen, left last Mrs. R. N. Smith was hostessto Dr. Landis. Oglesby, Mr. and Mrs. John Lucaa,

.and Mrs. J. Fred, Morrison. week-end: for their college after her bridge club Wednesday 5:00, Royal Palm Society Shirley Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones, CarlE.

s, .. the. Christmas vacation. Bill attends afternoon at her home on the government -I Owen,' leader.A Johnson, Mrs. Wm. C. Owen,
Miss Middleton of
Marguerite Tulane University New reservation. Hand-printed cordial Mrs. A. L. Hackett, Mrs. F. D. \
welcome is extendedto
Sarasota has'arrived in Clewiston Orleans?* and Dick is enrolled at luncheon sets were awarded as' all. Duff, Ruth R. Beardsley, Edith

and is employed as hostess at the William: (rand Mary College, Wil- prizes to Mrs. Carl Johnson and Dilley, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Dead-

''Clewiston Inn. liamsburgVa., Mrs. W. E. Dilley. MISSlmIFORD: IS HONOREE AT wyler, F. S. Merrill, Adolph
.. ." The hostess served molded salad LUNCHEON AT WEDNESDAY Driggers, Roy M. Waldron, ,E., R.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Conkling, Sr. Miss' Florence' Moran is leavingthe and coffee to Mrs. J. ,E. Beardsley, Bass, G. E. Etherton, Peter

'of Zephyr Hills, spent the week-end first of the week for her homein Mrs. G. 'B. Thomas, Mrs. Carl The Clewiston Inn the Chagaris, Mrs. E. W. McLeod, Oris
was scene
:here with their son, F. E. Conkling, Ga. after and ;Polly Burkett, Sallfe Mae Town-
Milledgeville, spending
Johnson, Mrs W. H. Lanier, .Mrs. of a pretty 10 o'clock ,luncheon
i Jr. and
several months here at the Clewis- Dave Alston. Mrs. J. W. Ezelle Mrs.
given Wednesday' 'by F.. Deane send.Martin
J ton Inn ,Apartments. Mrs. Charles Mrs. W. E. Dilley and Mrs. H. R. I I Duff in honor of Miss Eleanor Blake Oliver, A. W. Lawrence,

,.'.. Miss Martha Nell Alston left Moran and Miss Kathryn Moran Hall. i Mumford, whose marriage to Harley Marcia Avant, H. T. Vaughn,. W.

Sunday: for Barry College for Wo- expect to return to Milledgeville ina I(Allen Case, will be an event of W. Perry, E. M. McCoy, Olin

men at :Miami Beach, where she short while., SPAGHETTI SUPPER SERVED- I January 14th. Johnson, J. K. ''Weaver, C. W. '

:is a member of the Junior Class. Fuller, M. M. Prewitt, M. A.
TO CLUB BY MRS. TURNER Peach color gladioli in a low
Luther Lowe left Tuesday for container Thomas, Mrs. H: L. Davis, Harold
centered the round
Miss Ardis Bolton, Miss Lois Miami to report to ,officers of the Mrs. Blanche Turner served a table with individual boutonnieres Roland, Mrs. K. Bowden, Mrs. H.

:Knight, Joe Hall and Sherwood U. S. Navy. Luther's enlistmentin spaghetti supper Wednesday evening' making places for fifteen guests. R. Hall, Mrs. Jack Kinsey, Mrs.H. .
:Hall were among Clewiston visitorsin L. Kirk Miss Mildred
the Navy ended November 15th Durst,
to members of her bridge club at' The color scheme 'of peach, green
Miami Sunday. and he has been at home since the regular meeting. and yellow was beautifully carried Miss Lois Prince, Miss Hazel Prince

that time, but was called to active and H. A. Bestor.
out the dessert
; course was of
After supper, seyera'l progressionsof
Mrs. G. B. Thomas and Mary
duty this week. He 'was sent from
molded ices with individual
bridge were played, and sets heart-shaped -
'Louise returned from
Saturday Miami to Norfolk and will be assigned
: decorated with the
Harbor of tea towels were awarded as' first cakes
Safety where they accom- from the naval base there. IS YOUR'
Mrs. B.
prize to J. Schroeder, and
:panied Mrs. G.B.. Thomas, Sr.,
His mother, Mrs. L. L. Lowe and ,
second to Mrs. E. H. Walston. Dainty cocktail napkins were ,
.after a visit, here. his sister Mrs. Urey Waldron accompanied -
Playing were Mrs. Schroeder, Mrs. given l-onor guest by the hos-
him to Miami Tuesday.
Mr. and :Mrs. J. A. McGehee, Walston, Mrs.: W. D. King, Mrs. tess.The
guest list included
M. F. Palmer Miss Mae Palmer Miss JOHNNY BURSON
"Mrs. Aaron ;3Jronson and Elbert L. ,
Lloyd Kelly, who has been em- Eleanor Mumford, Mrs. N. V. S.
Stewart attended the funeral of Mrs. Roy Alston, ,Mrs. 'R. C. Nowl-
'ployed at the Clewiston Motor
Mumford Mrs. Edmund M.: Blake
ing and Mrs. R. C. Wilson. Shoemaker'next
IMrs. Laura Hull in LaBelle Tues- Expert
I Company for the 'past year, is Mrs. W. E. .Dilley, Mrs. C. L., ,

day. leaving tomorrow for Kearney, Downs Mrs. A. L. Hackett Mrs.
I I = HAMBURGER, ROAST ENJOYED door to Nowling's Service
Missouri, to visit, his 'parents for W. C. Owen, Mrs. R; Y. Patterson, Station)
Mrs. Jimmy Wilson left Sunday
; several days. On the 22nd he will
Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs: W. C.
Good ServiceJohnson's.
"lor Pahokee, where she is spend- ork-Proml
report at' Evanston, Illinois, wherehe ,
Prewitt, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs,
ing several days with her Cubs in Den 3 gave an out- !
Bother will enter the Naval, College, at E. L. Stewart, Mrs. Florence Wald.
\ Mrs. Charles :Moran, 'who is quite Northwestern University. Lloyd enlisted door supper on 'the levee Friday and
ron Mrs. H. Tt Vaughn. I
ill. a few months ago, and has evening.. All families .of the boysin
> ______, this den were invited to come
been awaiting his assignment. His Fish Camp
:"Mr. and "Mrs. J. .A. "McGehee droveto 1 brother, Robert, who also enlistedat and ,bring material for their own Many Attend FuneralOf

Fort Myers Sunday .to, accompanytheir supper. (Near Hurricane Gate)
the same, time, is stationed at
son, Wilbur, who left from the Naval Base in South 'Jackson Enjoying preparing the supper Mrs. Ward TuesdayAmong' Clewiston, 'Fla.

there for St. Leo, where he is attending ville. and eating around the camp fire Boats ,and Motors-Guide Service

__ St. Leo :School .for Boys. were Mr. and Mrs. E. C.. Mills, 'Rates 'Reasonable
those from Clewiston and t
Gene and ..flub ,Mills, Mr. and Mrs.C. W. H. Johnson, 'Mgr.
Case-Mumford other lake communities attendingthe
Charles Turner, son of Mrs E. Johnson, Jimmy and Lief -
funeral of Mrs. A.- O. Ward in
Blanche Turner, who recently enlisted Johnson, Mrs. Carl Berner, Carline
PlansMiss West Palm Beach Tuesday were:;
in the navy, has been stationed Wedding and Bobby Berner, Jo Ann Crouch,
Mrs. E. O. Bussey, Mrs. J. J.
in California n.t e San Mrs.. C. E. Miner, Charles, Rachel I CLEWISTONTINNING
I Muggridge, Mr. and Mrs.. Paul I
Diego Naval Training :scnooi. and Carroll Miner, !Mr. and Mrs. \ &, PLUMBING: SHOP
Marjorie Elizabeth Hamil- Bussey, Mrs. Joe Cato, Mr. and l
Keathley Bowden, Kay and :Paul
ton of Winnetka, Illinois, will ar- Mrs. J. H. Doty, John A. Perry, Anything in Plumbing Fixtures
., ,Mr. and Mrs., J. L. Perry of Bowden, Sammy Young, Den Chief,
rive Saturday to visit Mr. and Rev. H.. C. Meador, W. C. Rainey,
Clinton, Indiana, were guests Sun- and Kim Kolstad, visitor from Prompt, Efficient Service ,
h.. Mrs. Nicholas Van Slyck, 'Mumford Mr. and Mrs. A. 'H. King. J. S.
of their cousins Mr. and Irs.
"""\- day Moore Haven.
y. until after the Case-Mumford wed- Atkins, .Olin> Waters, 'I. S. Bell, PETER CHRJSTENSEN! Mgr.
G. H. Brown and family. Mr. and
ding ''next week. Miss Hamiltonwill Jr., Jack ,Kinsey, Jr;, ,A. Richaud,
Mrs. Perry spending'seyeral MRS. CARL JOHNSON WINS HIGH
are be maid, of honor at the wed-. Mrs. Gilbert 'Davis, Mrs. H. A.
weeks in West Palm Beach. AT FRIDAY BRIDGE CLUB
ding. McNeice, W. A. Davis: Mr. and .
I The groom, ,Harley Allen Case, Mrs. W. V. Bush, Mrs. J. W.
Mrs. Ruth Wilcox has returned The Afternoon Bridge
of Evanston, Illinois, ,will arrive Friday Moore, Mrs. W. L. Brantley Mrs.C. Ehney & FosterPAINT
from home of Mrs. I
a month's visit with relativesin Club met at the
Monday, and will accompanied W. Stephens, Mrs. ,H. McDuffie,
Columbia and Rock Hill, S. C. Willard E. Dilley in the ClewistonInn CONTRACTORS
by his best .man, William N. Lane, Louise Hare, Billie Crow, Mrs. I.
Her sisters, Mrs. Roy Kale and Apartments Friday. High'sc .. Sprayer; For Furniture Painting
also of Evanston. S. Bell, ,Jr., N. R. Hager, Christine
,Mrs. E. C. Black both of Columbia prize awarded Mrs. Carl John- Floor Sanding
was, Bell
Mr. and Mrs. Mumford will entertain Mrs. Curtis Thompson, Agnes I
3\ returned with her for. a visit. I son and second prize went to Mrs. Phone 69 Free EstimatesJ.
4 the wedding party at a Waters, Mrs. W. A. Montgomery,
R. N. Smith.
rehearsal dinner at the ClewistonInn J. G. Gibbs, S. T. Paul, Myrtle
Friends of Miss Hortense Collins Joining the players for tea were and
Tuesday evening. Mathis, A. B. Mathis, Jr., Mr.
are delighted that she is able to Mrs. G. W. Tyson and Mrs. F. E. Fletcher
They wedding will take place Mrs. H. G. Polk, James ,

be up and out again following in- Wednesday, January 14th, at four Hunziker. R. L. Coker, Jr., S. K. Sway ne, M. COUSECounselor

juries, received in an automobile o'clock in the Clewiston Community Dessert and coffee were served A. Toulis, J. F. Tippey, Mrs. H. T.

:". accident just before Christmas, in Church. at .the tea hour." Playing were I Vaughn, Mrs. ''R. Y. Patterson, and Attorney at. Law

; which she received back injuries.Mr. Mrs. Carl Johnson, Mrs. R. N. Mrs. Carl H: Berner, Mrs. Fred Hopkins Building

LLOYD KELLY HONORED WITH Smith, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Wednesdays and Saturdays

and ,Mrs. G. M. Ford accompanied FAREWELI, > PARTY SATURDAY Otto Larsen Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Jones, Dr. and Mrs. O. F. Schiffii, \
their son, Morris, to .t'Mr Mrs. Clarericp ,Neilson, Mrs. J. R. M. Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. 0:30 to 4:00

,:; S West Palm Beach Saturday. Morris ,and Mrs. Ken Swayne en- Grady Niblack and Mrs. F. E. Olivfjr, H. C. Thompson, Mary

left from there for Charleston, S. ,,
tertained 'with a farewell party at Conkling.

C., where he is a student at The their home Saturday night for -, - ,- -
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Lloyd Kelly, who is leaving tomorrow MRS. THOMPSON GIVES PARTY -

.": to enter naval college at FOR BERNIE'S 5TH BIRTHDAY 'i' I

S ." Robert Kelly, who is stationed Northwestern University, near Chi- Photo Finishing and Commercial =

:",: at the Jacksonville Naval' Base, Mrs. B. L. Thompson entertained I

z t' spent the week-end in Clewiston cago.Guests' were Miss Edythe Nell with a party Monday afternoon.

"',, with his brother, Lloyd Kelly and I Photography-
Cornette, Miss Lee' Pridgen, Miss The party was for her son, Bernie,

;(' his. uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.E. Martha Nell Alston, Miss Renee to celebrate his fifth birthday;. which + 24 HOUR SERVICE =?

E. Kelly. e Wethington, ,Miss June Hooker, occurred Friday.
Clewiston Photographic Service ::
Miss Myra, Rice, Miss Gloria Mc- The childern were ,given gum I :;: .

Mrs. H. V, Briant of Atlanta and Duffie, Willet Malloy, Miss Margaret drops and tooth picks and each .z. 2 blocks north and 1 block west of =
Mrs. L. P. Maynard of Jonesboro, Von Mach Joe Stephens Dick with these .
asked to make a figure ; Barney Thomas' Gulf Service. Station :-
Ga. are spending some time ins Patterson, Bob Patterson, Neil materials. Eddie Musgrave won ::;: EDWARD B. SEEGERS :z:

'i, ?. Clewiston with the O. A. Jones Miner, Leon Brewer, J. D. Hooker, the prize for the b'est work. Various .;. The House With The Red Roof ..

family. Mrs. Briant is Mrs. Jones'mother Charles Bing, Glen Rooney, Francis other games were enjoyed and !.. '- _._ -- ...

: \ Mrs. Maynard is a sister Winkler, Ed Von Mach, Jim Taylor, balloons and small toys given as ,. -- - -

;, of Mr. Jones. '. Carl Doria and Ray Velie. favors. Mrs. Thompson, assistedby

Mrs. Jack HImrod and Mrs. R. ..............................................................................................................................................................:..
'x 'Returning to 'the University of RONALD IIARE'S 6TH BIRTHDAY Mock, served punch and cookiesto ..: i..:

I Florida after spending the Christ- OCCASION FOR ,PARTY the little guests. :_: I Molasses-Fed Hamburgers :;

mas holidays at their homes here Those invited to share the party A

were Dick Patterson, son of Mr. Ronald Hare celebrated his 6th were Tommy Walton Nadine and t

, and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, and Bob birthday with a party Friday after- I I Wanda Bembry, Shirley Marshall, :!: STILL lOc *

and Dan Beardsley, son of Mr. noon at the home of his parents, Howard Small, David and Caroline

and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley and Ralph Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr. The Burke, Dennis Childress, Eddie :: At Alderman's Sandwich Shop :i i:

Bishop, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. children enjoyed games outdoors Musgrave, Linda Lee, Howard ): .. :

M. Bishop. Bill Davis, son of Mr. and were served refreshments of Smith Ronald Hare, Paul Bowden, Z Week Zz
Prizes Each
Bowling ,Alleys ,Open. _Cash :;:
4 and Mrs. W. A. Davisis recuper- birthday cake and ice cream. Favors Jimmy Knight, Betty Young, Evelyn :: .
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ating at his home here from gun- w lollipops.. Mock, Margaret, John, Mary and y;. Taxi Service to Any Part of City at Reasonable Rates .:y.

shot wounds in his shoulder, and Ronald's guests were John Perry, Ann Himrod, Wayne King, Mary .z.Ii

,4 was unable to return for'the re Linda Lee, Franklyn Jones, ''Paul Jean King, Alfred Meador, John : ALDERMAN'S :

opening. He expects to be able Bowden, Howard Smith, Jimmy PerrySharon Crochet, Ronald :and I Ii 'v

-: to leave next week I Knight, Wayne King, Heather Franklyn Jones and Sammy Griffin. .......................................................oc.........'XMX..X..X....MX..X..XMXMX..X..X..X..XMX......XMX..X'i"

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g4MC?>YCcM; >Cs"? : ti"v" :rUS'.B JOsEPN C RDA .. t ....,fi ,,.. A little honey in fruit cake helpsto One teaspoon of onion juice or'

keep the cake moist. half a sliced raw onion added to

INSTALLMENT TEN mashed'potatoes gives. them a different -
THE STORY SO FAR: 'Larry Cutter Ing a contract providing that she may watching him. She cashed one of the Save your scraps of soap, melt flavor.
live Is for six bonds when her father, Vince Anthony .
startled pretty Jacqueline (Jack) Anthony continue to as living them together and use for wash-
public stenographer at the Hotel months, after which she could tear up needed an operation. When she visited
Hajncar, by telling her she could realize the contract. He gave her $10,000 as him she was greatly relieved to learn ing clothes. Wash your dish towels daily and ,
her globe-trottine ambitions by marrying surety. Jacqueline warned Larry when the operation was successful. dry them in the sun to keep. them
him. They were married after signs she learned that Detective Staples was Now continue with the story. It's better to wash soiled ,woolen white and free from odor.
it- i. q it n 1 # garments through several sudsy .

Jacqueline's relief was unspeakable ter experience about those "inven- "Well, here ." He leaned for- waters instead of just one. It is When setting the table for

but already she was face to tions." ward, staring intently past his com- easier on the garment. guests, allow from 24 to 30 inchesof
face with a problem that must be She resolutely changed the sub- panion.A space to a person. This makes
solved within a short time. What ject until the time came for her to little exclamation of delight escaped Cook carrots in just a little wa- for comfortable seating and serv-

must she do when Vince left the take her departure.As Jacqueline. There, in the ter so you won't have to drain off ing. A crowded table is uncomfortable -
hospital? She could not take him she reached the street, a tall brightly lighted clearing, stood an any of the minerals and vitamins. and somewhat confusingto
home with her to her little apart- figure loomed out of the shadows I unusual house. It was long and low, before serving.. both hostess and guests.
ment, and he could not go back to and a familiar voice spoke."I with four former windows set in its
that dreadful room in Elder street. thought you'd be coming out steeply pitched roof. The central I r l

He would need care for a long time about this time," Larry said, smil- entrance door"was shaded by a por- i Winter Sports Set
! perhaps. How could she manage ing. "Busy for a little while?" With- tico adorned with heavy, square col- ,

that? And there was all this ex out waiting for an answer, he tucked umns. In Simple Crochet DROPTHAT
pense. Dr. Kennedy's bill. his wife's arm through his and start- "Larry! What a beautiful little I

The. cash from that bond presented ed across the street. "The car's home!" Jacqueline said breathlessly. I: TWO

only a temporary solution. It over here," he explained."I "What a shame that no one is living "
was merely a loan. And that reminded don't know what to say ." in it. Has it been empty long?" S2n sniffly watery misery of

her Vince's second "Jacqueline began unhappily. "Of "Ever since we lost it. The owner your head cold L
week was up. She would settle thaton course I want to thank you first I never used it."

her way out; that would be one of all for paying those bills "But, Larry that high wire J- Just two drops Penetro Noso Drops in-
for Vince but but I wish each nostril as directed helps give that
less worry.It fence looks as though it were new. cold the air as cold clogged nasal breathing
proved to be one more. The you hadn't. "It! .is," was the grim retort. cs open up-and air rushes in
clerk at the cashier's window "I don't see why, my dear," Lar- "Brand-new." its healing aid. 25c buys long lasting sup-
file and ry said.HI can't think of any bet- ply. Demand the genuine, economicalPEN'ETRO
thumbed hastily through a "Why do you suppose it's there?
extracted a card. ter use of money than taking wor- It even has barbed-wire on the top." NOSE

"This account was settled today, ries off your shoulders." "Yes. I've noticed. The owner DROPS
and advance of week paid on "That's just it!" she cried softly.
an one must have decided that he didn't
"Can't see that that it !
the This left you "
room. envelope was want anybody fooling around there.
hurts? Needed Solitude
with me when I came on duty. I Larry leaned back in his seat
believe it is receipt." "I'd never hurt you, Jack. I just I. Solitude is as needful to the 1
your filled and sat
and his
lighted pipe '
want to help-By the way, I 1. i imagination as society is whole-
There two pieces of
were paperin i
smoking in silence. Jacqueline lr
hope you don't mind my dropping in some for the character.JamesRussell
the envelope. One was a state- "
father sensed that he was thinking deeply
today. Lowell.
ment from the hospital, includingthe on"It your of He and did not disturb him. She resumed -
was good you. appre-
operation expense and a -week'sadditional ciated it." her study of the old house,
rental for Vince's room.A 'trying to picture how it must have
"Nothing of the sort. I had a good,
rubber stamp indicated the account looked in former days, how it would e\\
time and a very interesting visit. He cz>>
was paid. Dated today. look now with the soft glow of lamps .\O. O\\
The other appeared to be a leaf shining. from the black windows. e \(\ \ \
torn from a memorandum book, There should be climbing roses over \ \ (..... ',

scrawled over' with a man's hand- I FT FTp f' .111 those columns. She would clear .a. '\ ,, ,
writing: -
away the encroaching underbrush, {" :j
"Received from Miss Jacqueline build a wide, velvety lawn take jJ
Anthony, even date, the sum of two- away the tumble-down stable in the J
hundred dollars ($200.00)). Account in rear. And that disfiguring fence. It o
full. Thanks. Erasmus Kennedy, seemed to run I
M. D." "Larry!" She whispered his \\ '\e1t\\ ", .

Larry, of course. name, catching at his arm. "There's O In NR (Nature's Remedy) Tab- "
lets there chemicals no
Jacqueline stuffed the receiptsinto somebody standing in those bushes minerals no are phenol derivatives
her bag and left the building.Her over there. I I saw him move!" Pattern 2993. NR Tablets are different-act dif-
first reaction was a hot re- Larry shifted his position slightlyand ferent. Purely vegetable combination -
PIGTAILS of wool are the chief of 10 vegetable ingredients
sentment. Larry had no right to leaned forward, one arm restingon 50
lure to this crocheted cap that formulated over years ago.
her under that the wheel. "Hey over coated their
place way. you does for all winter sports includingthat Uncoated or candy
Perhaps Larry meant only to be there!" he called sharply.A action is dependable thorough yet
decorative. Mit-
being gentle, as millions of NR's have
kind. But this hurt she gavea deep silence..followed. Jacque- tens and scarf, complete the set. proved. Get a lOt Convincer Box.
little gasp of consternation. It line held her breath. The bushes ,Larger economy sizes, too. l ::f
hadn't occurred to her before. If rustled and''the dim figure of a man t
she insisted After uncertainly Pattern 2993 contains directions;( formak- E
upon paying these bills, appeared. standing -
lag the set in 12.16 year sizes; illustrations -
she would be forced to do it for an instant, he strolled for- of it and stitches; materials.required.
with Larry's money! ward. He was ,a short, heavily set Send your order to:
How could she ever have ,become man 'wearing a sweater pulled up
enmeshed in such a net of circum- about his neck. I COATEDor
Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.
stances? "That will do ordered
Larry 82 Eighth Ave. New York REGULAR

Jacqueline gave up the puzzle witha 'He's got a head on his shoul- brusquely. "What's the big idea?" Enclose 15 cents In coins for Pat-
tragic little that was "Just what I wasgoin'_ to ask you,
groan very
ders. as a whip.
tern No. ... ...
nearly a sob.Unfortunately. mister. You're on private property f
for her peace of sure is wrapped up in his latest here. Better go somewhere else to Name........::...................... Better Product

mind, there was no sign of the errant project." do your neckin'." Address...............to............. Anybody can cut prices, but it
Larry Cutter during the ensu- "Larry!" she burst out, in spiteof Jacqueline felt Larry's arm grow takes brains to make a better ar-

ing days. He might be in hiding, herself. "All Vince's inventions' tense. ticle.-Philip .D. Armour. '. i
for all she knew have been duds. Ever since "We have been admiring the Small

But you would think he would be I[ can remember. When one flops, house," he answered, quietly. "Do ObligationsLife ..
sufficiently interested to want to he just goes on to the next." you happen to know if it is for sale o IsYourDauqhter0Popular -

hear about Vince, how nicely he "You know," Larry observed musingly and who owns it?" is made up, not of great ,

was getting along now. "inventors are queer animals. "Don't know." sacrifices, or duties, but of little thing ybeahcnceds8otC.to really bring ? ;
Vince's improvement the I[ should know, being a son of my Larry chuckled as he started his things, in which smiles and kind- out her charm. She
was only father. And as for duds .' sometimes motor. nesses, and small obligations giv- can't be attractive if she's pale underweight
bright spot. In another week or so and scrawny. Encourage her appetite with
Vince :would be leaving the hospital.And ., they go off unexpectedly. All "What a dreadful looking man!" en habitually 'are what win and Vitamin Bl and Iron in VINOL. Your druggist -
this talk and the have "He's the heart and has this pleasant-tasting tonic.
for where? moonlight she gasped. a guard or something preserve secure
That put,me in a reminiscent mood, Jack.Von't isn't he?" comfort.-Sir Humphrey Davy. .... ...VINOL.. .. ....
problem struck her with
renewed you let me show you a relicof "Has all the earmarks of one.
force when she called to ,
see my youth? It's not so far from That seems to be a valuable pieceof I
Vince that
night. He
was propped here not more than an hour." property Maybe I can't haveit
in his '
high"Hello bed. "What is it you wish me to see?" after all." AND, JANE REMEMBER, IF YOU SAKE AT HOME THE ONLY ',,
Skipper! "The birthplace of a hero." Jacqueline pondered that remarkin
And I "Yours, you mean? All right. I'll silence. Larry made another .
had a caller. A friend of yours." go for the ride." turn.

"Who, Vince?" When the city was left behind, "What a beautiful house that is

"Mr. Cutter. He was here almost Jacqueline said, "Isn't the moonlight over there!" Jacqueline exclaimed. .

two hours. Seemed to know you beautiful? Did you ever notice howit "Yes, that's some joint. By the A

pretty well." I seems to to take the rough way it's where the present ownerof 0

"Oh, yes We're. quite good edges off everything?" Fairlawn lives."
friends." "Hope that includes me," Larry "Fairlawn?"

"Where'd you meet him?" ventured. "Yes, the former Cutter castle. ri

"He's been staying at the hotel "You are rather nice at, My mother gave it that name." t

for quite a while off' and on. times," was his reward. "It's a pretty name. But I thoughtyou
I've done quite a little work for '"Thanks. But I was going to tell didn't know the owner's name.

him." you about our old place." You asked the man who it was."

"He's a nice fellow. And he's an "Does 'some one live in it now?" "Sure, I know. 1 was just seeing

engineer, Skipper." Vince beamed."I "No, worse luck, and it seems to how much the gentleman would
don't know when I've met a fellow be going to pieces. I always wishedI talk."

you could talk to the way you might get it for myself and makeit Jacqueline laughed., Then they
can with him. He's got a head on look the way it did when I was a were silent. ,
his shoulders. Smart as a whip." kid. Guess I told you my dad lost !"Larry," she said suddenly, "I a s0 w

"Do you think so?" all his money." can't help wondering something.That .

"I'll say. I was telling him about "Yes." man who owns your house *
Per Cake: Vitamin A-3100 Units (Int.) VitamIn Bt-150 Units'(Int.) t
my new invention. He was so in- "He and your dad would have hit is he a friend of yours?" Vitamin D-400 Units (Int.) Vitamin 0-40.50 Units (Sb. Bour.)

terested and seemed to understandso it off well," Larry observed unex- "I wouldn't say that, exactly. Vitamins B,, D and G are not appreciably lost in the oven;. 4
well what I was trying to do pectedly. "The old gentleman was What's on your mind now?" they go right into the bread.
that ." Vince smiled a trifle quite a scientist. The basement of "Something Lieutenant Staples

sheepishly. "I guess I spilled pretty our _place was his laboratory and said to me. I didn't tell you before,
nearly the whole works to him. ButI workshop and he almost lived in it." because you didn't ask. But he did

know he isn't the kind of a fellowto ,Larry's voice died away. He was say that there was someone .
try to do me out of anything." staring at the road ahead of,the car. And then, when I saw the way that
"Oh, I'm quite sure he wouldn't." "Has your mother been :". gone house was guarded ." The merchant who advertises must treat

"That's the way I size him up long?" she ventured. "Fine! You do, read mystery sto- Y 0 U you better than the merchant who does

especially since he's a friend of "Died less than two years after ries, after all." not. He must treat you as though you
yours. Vince lowered his voice. my father. I think I was more self- Jacqueline subsided with a distinct -
"Cutter says I'll be making a big reliant than he was. When he died, feeling of disappointment. Lar- were the most influential person in town.

mistake if I don't go ahead with there didn't seem so much left for ry wasn't going to tell her anything,
As matter of cold fact You
this thing. I wouldn't wonder a bit ,mother. And here's where we after all. But she was satisfied of 5 a you are.

if he'd help me launch the blamed leave the main road," Larry ,ob- several things now. The same man ARE A N hold the destiny of his business in your

thing get it started, you know." served, making a right turn." who was having Larry watched was I hands.He knows it.He shows it.And you j
"I wouldn't worry about it yet," A few moments later, on the crestof the owner of that house. It was IN FLU E Kl,T I IAL benefit service .
by good ,by courteous treat.
Jacqueline suggested cheerily, try- a wooded knoll, he swerved the Larry whom he was trying to keep
ing to hide the dismay she felt. Sup- roadster into the weeds at the side off the'property, out of the home PER SON i mgt,by good value-and by lower prices.

pose Vince were to accept Larry's of the thoroughfare and cut off the that had, been his father's. ,
help t She knew from a long and bit- motor. (TO BE CONTINUED)

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Ward's Death to save their nickles and dimes as I be held in the City of Clewiston- be issued unless and until the same," hours from the 10th day of' December
Mrs. Florida, from seven o'clock A. Mo.I shall have been approved by a majority 1941 to and including the 3rd day
we are taking up a collection to I until sundown on the 13th day of of the votes cast at said electionIn of January, 1942.
buy Miss Neely a new Bull Whip I January; 1942, at the City Hall in which a majority of the free- The following have been
the City of Clewiston, Florida, the holders who are qualified electors persons I
(Continued from page 1) and to get her torture chamberredecorat voting place or precinct. where elec- residing In the City of Clewiston appointed Election and to serve as Inspectors of
was a member and faithful worker d. tions are usually held in said City, must participate.! as Clerk of' Election:
at which election the freeholders who Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Inspector
John ,' "When They Ring Only freeholders who are qualified Mrs.
Perry sang are qualified electors residing in Keathley Bowden, Inspector;:
Those Golden Bells", one of Mrs. AGRICULTURE Clewiston, Florida. shall determine electors residing in the City of Clew- H. C. Avant, Inspector;
iston, Florida, shall be entitled to
A. W. Lawrence, Clerk.
Ward's favorite hymns. The Agriculture class Is repair whether negotiable Electric and vote at said election. That for the
Water Revenue Certificates shall be Done by order of the City Commis-
Fifty or more cars were in the ing the basketball grandstands and Issued by the City of Clewiston. who purpose are of qualified registering to register those for persons and sion of the City of-Clewiston, Florida.
have already painted the lines Florida in the amount of $175,000for this 9th day of December, 1941.
on to
funeral procession which formed .at the purposes of paying the pur- vote in said "election, the registration M.V.. BIGG,
books of the City of Clewistonwill
the family home here and proceeded the court.. chase price of $125,000 for a water- be opened during usual office City Clerk.
to West Palm Beach under They are planning to go to the works system and an electric power 5t. Dec. 12-19-26 1941 Jan. 2-9, 1912':.
and light system to be operated by
D. Tampa fair on February 7. --- --
Patrolmen -
motorcycle escort. the City of Clewiston as a single
W. Brinson and George Reichgottwere --- system, and paying the cost of reconstructing 1.i 1.
'Basketball 'season is in full extending enlarging or
at either end of the procession improving said electric and water
to a point a few miles westof swing now. The girls and boys system in the amount of $50,000.
The Electric and Water Revenue
Palm Beach and there an escort practiced under lights Tuesday Certificates proposed to be issued

from that city met the processionso night against the town team. shall be dated the 1st day of January,
1942, shall bear. interest at the rate
that there was not a stop until The first game' is with Jupiter of 4 per cent per annum, payable

arrival at the funeral home. Friday, January 9, here. Tuesday, semi-annually, shall be payable sole-

The esteem in which Mrs. Ward January 13, Pahokee here; Friday, ly from from the the operation revenues of to the be derived electric

was held in Clewiston was attestedto January 16, we play Alva here. and\ water system to b the City, shall be secured by pledgeof h
The next four
games are played
number and beautyof
by the great I
I and a lien op all revenues to be 1 i'
the floral offerings which com- away from home. All games startat derived from the operation of saidelectric i

pletely blanketed the lot in Wood- 7:30. and water system, subject f
only to the expenses of operation and
lawn cemetery where the body was maintenance thereof, and shall mature -' .
laid to rest. The number of friends as follows:
Amount Date of Maturity
attending the services from Clew- NOTICE $3,000 ________ January 1, 1943 \U. i ( I' I I'
iston and other communities num- T'h'e' annual meeting of the members 3,000 ______ January 1, 1944
of the Clewiston Federal SavIngs 3,000 January 1, 1945
bered almost two hundred. and Loan Association will beheld 4,000 ______, January 1, 1946
Mrs. Ward had been a resident in the office of the Associationon 4,000 ____ January 1, 1947

of Clewiston for a little more than Wednesday afternoon January 21, 4,000 '__ January '1,' 1948
1942 at five o'clock for the purposeof 5,000 _'-'-__ January 1, 1949 \
twelve :years, moving here ..with'her : 5.000 ._ January 1, 1950
children a few months after Mr. 1. Election of one director. 5,000 ___ January 1, 1951
2. Review of the operations of 6,000 January 1, 1962
Ward had taken a position with the past year. 6,000 _______ January 1, 1953 IIIIC1
the commissary department of the 3. Formulation of plans for- the 6,000 _-_._ ..--__.__. January 1, 1954 ( -
ensuing year. 7,000 ._._ January 1, 1955 lltk in
Southern_ Sugar Company in 1929. 4. Transacting such' other busi- 7,000 _____ January 1, 1956 II
She was born Janie Rebecca WilsonIn ness as may properly come 7,000 January 1, 1957 w
before the meeting.W. 8,000 _____.___ January 1, 1958 )
Madison County on July 1, 1897. C. OWEN, 8,000 ___ January 1, 1959 AIR
Following her marriage to A. O. Secretary.2t. 8,000 ___ January 1, 1960
lived several Jan. 9-16,1942. 10,000 January 1, 1961 1 '
Ward they for yearsIn k
10,000 _____ January 1, 1962 CONDITIONEDgdl1JpA -
Madison county where Mr. Ward I 10,000 ..-_-_.-_--_:_- January 1, 1963
was employed as commissary manager NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF 11,000 January 1, 1964 :.' .
LANDOWNERS OF SUGARLAND 11,000 ____. January 1, 1965 _
for Standard Lumber. Companyand DRAINAGE DISTRICT 12,000 ___.._w_ ..-. January 1, 1966 /
later moved to Felda, still in 12,000 -.- January 1, 1967 t.
The expediency and necessity for .
Notice is
hereby given that
of the
the employ same company.
the issuance of said Electric and
suant to call of the Board of Super-
The family moved here from Felda. visors of Sugarland Drainage District, Water Revenue Certificates has been Dependable Service '- ,
Surviving relatives include her the annual meeting of the landowners determined by the City Commission (
of Sugarland Drainage Districtfor of the City of Clewiston, Florida, bya
husband; one son, Edwin, a cor- the year 1942 will be held at the resolution duly passed and adopted, Low Fares
poral in the U. S. Army stationedat office of said District in the City and by the terms of said resolutionsuch ,.
Hall Building; at ,Clewiston. Hendry Revenue Certificates ,shall not
Camp Grant, Ill.;, two daughters, County, Florida, on Wednesday,. January -
Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida
Mrs. Judson Francis of Clewiston 28, 1942. at ten o'clock A. M.,
I Eastern Standard Time, for the pur- and the North.
and Grace, 13, at home; her poses of: .

mother, Mrs. Lucy Wilson of Jacksonville -
1. Electing one Supervisor for a Northbound

; two sisters, Mrs. H. W. term of three years. Lv. CANAL POINT. j 4:55 AM 1:25 PM
Holland and Mrs.. J. E.. Edwards 2. Receiving such annual reports and Good FarmLand Ar. TAMPA . '. 10:10AM &:55 PM Costs Less than Driving-
taking action with
. 9IOAM 5:5D PM
,both of Jacksonville and three spect thereto as the landowners ? Ar. LAKElAND .
determine and Ar. ORLANDO . ID:5D: AM 7:45 PM One Round ;
brothers, David, Harry and Jack 3. Transacting such; other busi- Ar. JACKSONVillE : 3:15 PM 11:45 PM Way Trip 'I

Wilson, all of Jacksonville. The ness as may come before the I I' Ar.TALLAHASSEE . 445; PM 12:59: AM MIAMI $ 1.65 $ 300. :
meeting. Ar. LAKE CITY . 2.25 PM ': AM .
entire family was present when she JACKSONVILLE 4.70 .50.. i

died, Edwin having arrived from BOARD SUGARLAND OF SUPERVISORS DRAINAGE lv. CANAL POINT . 5:20 PM 11:25 PM TAMPA. 2.80 5.05
Camp Grant Saturday afternoon. F. DEANE DUFF, tor Rent ORLANDO 2.95 $.3S" i i
Surviving also are' two granddaughters President.2t. DIRECT CONNECTIONS Al JACKSONVILLE, TALLA- TALLAHASSEE 6.25 11.25 :

Mary Catherine and Judith .' Jan. 9-16, 1942. HASSEE AND lAKE CITY WITH GREYHOUND LINES LAKE CITY 4.95 8.95
Francis. MACON 7.25 13.05 f
Pall-bearers were W. ,A. Davis, Southbound-GoIng VALDOSTA 5.80 10.4$-

L. Olin Waters, J. S., Atkins, Jack NOTICE. FOR 4-348 PUBLICATION b .... Lv. CANAL POINT . 5:20 PM .i:25 PM BIRMINGHAM 9.90 17.85. .i
Ar. MIAMI . 8SfI PM .2:3D AM NEW ORLEANS 11.65 21.00.
Kinsey, I. S. Bell, Jr. and A. J. UNITED(Pnbllnber STATES) CHICAGO 17.90 32.25Lv. )

Richaud. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR ReturnIng NEW YORK 15.85 28.55'
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ington. D.' C. TrespassersWill Ar. CANAL POINT . 1:25 PM 4:55 AM I

NOTICE is hereby given that Ray DR. H. B. MILLER Agent MILLER'S DRUG STORE I.
C. Hull, of, LaBelle, Florida, who, Be 1'
on December 6, 1937, made Sec. 2289 PHONE 3921; CANAL POINT
girls and women interestedin R. S., Homestead Entry, No. G. L. O. !;
forming a City Basketball team 06520. for SW%, Section 27,' Township ProsecutedClewiston
45 S., Range 32 E., Tall. :Meridian IiJ
requested to meet at the Com- Florida has filed notice of intention -

munity Center at 7:30: Monday to make three-year Proof, J:
to establish'claim" to the land above
vening.- "- :< described, before William T. Hull,
',-- Clerk Circuit Court, at LaBelle; ff
10TH GRADE NEWS Florida, on the 7th day of February, liJa f
1942, ,mil k'ae Nr ji
LESTER ,JACOBS Claimant names as witnesses: a
We have a new .student in our Stafford Luckey, Tom Guy, G. A.: H
Hill L, M..
Jennings, all of LaBelle,
class from LaBelle. His name is Florida. And
Burke. We have nick- ,

named him "Butterball' which describes Assistant Register.Dec Commissioner or M

his appearance perfectly.The ; 26, Jan. 2-9-16-23, 1942. DevelopmentCorpoJation v

conversations, in' the 10th ..I I

grade are getting very confidential,
even the president Ernest Oliver THE CITY OF CLEWISTON. ,

was sent out of the room. FLORIDA .

The 10th grade has been asked A special municipal election will

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