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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 4, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLU3IE 14-NUMBER 2 .... CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1942 SUBSCRIPTION--$2.00 PER YEAR :'j


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Voters League Is Formed( .-.., Killed, In Accident IR Cadet Speaker, On 1



,, At Meeting Thursday Nite i I' Near 1 -Moore. Haven '''Subject: 'Battle of Britain' ,.



1 c? -- LAC Geoffrey' King, 19; of -" ,j

CARL', H. BERNER IS' NAlIEDI Surrey, England, land an advanced New MOST INTERESTING TALK IS. /
I Seventeen Negroes Bowling League MADE :- 'r
AT KIWANIS: CLUB
To HEAD ORGANIZATIONIN I I student at Riddle-McKay: Aero Col-

CLEWISTON DISTRICT : lege, was killed late Thursday afternoon LADIES' NIGHT .7'j
-- i I Sent To Blanding in the crash of his plane a Starts Play 'Tonight )

I A Voters League of Clewistonwas i! 1 I few miles northwest of Moore Ha- I James Llndsy-Kerr, of Glasgow, .. '
at.a meeting held Scotland, an RAF cadet now in the. ;:%
1 organized I I Seventeen colored selectees, ten I II ven.Officials A new bowling tournament will at ::
I f at the Community Center last I of whom we.re transfers from other I I at the field refused to get underway at the Sugarland ,advanced ,flight training Riddle '.
night and attended by a crowd of divulge details of' the accident until I Field, was guest speaker at Kiwanis '11
L I boards, ,ere sent from the localselective Park Alleys tonight with two
:I' seventy voters from the Clewiston!,j service office Monday I I after the board of inquiry has matches of the National League' Club Wednesday evening. Speak- :'---.1.:

district having for its main purpose I morning to Camp Blanding to fill convened, stating only that Cadet starting at.. 6:30 and two of the, ing on" the subject "Britain atWar :.

the unification of all voters of the Hendry County's quota for December -I I King was killed in 'a routine train-.(American starting at 8:30.. i I Mr. Kerr gave with unusual ':,
clarity a brief of the
in very summary
better representation
district for ing flight.
( I I The National League is composed -'
English participation in the
: county government. 1 I j Those making the trip to Bland- King was the son of an English entirely of teams from tI 'er war.

Mrs. Ruth B. Owens was, named]:1 ing were J. C. Rountree, Sam Weaver I army officer and has an older I sugar house and the American, He began with the Sunday in '
1 : chairman and Mrs.i ir brother stationed with the Imperial September 1939, when he at his-
!
temporary ; John Oscar Pruett, Earl Griffin League of teams from the office
r ,Owens called upon Carl H. Berner I Dawson, George Marshall, Ben Army; on the African Gold Coast. and other departments of the sugar, home in Scotland received the an-

to the of the Funeral, services will be held tomorrow : nouncement of war. The scene ,_
explain purpose. Ellison, of Clewiston and Transfers corporation. There are eight teams .
i. This briefly stated]I I (Saturday) morning at the American' might have been taken from "Mrs. ';.i
'I' .meeting. was i I Ben Zeigler from Birmingham in each league and the 1 "
; by Mr. Berner who said that more Ala., James Redding from RAF cemetery at Carlstrom Field,(League contains a woman's team Miniver. In the Scotch Presby-

!tj than half of the voters of Hendry I Fairfield, Ala, Samuel Sands of Arcadia, at eleven or twelve o'- and a junior team, the first composed -i terian Church of which
.:" father was minister, a 111'.i'.i'Kerr's
clock.
Bounty reside in the Clewiston district Butler, Ga., Taylor Williams of of wives and daughters of
I I was stationed outside listening :
I and more than half of the I Birmingham, Ala., James Lee sugar .corpora'tion employees and .

taxes are, paid from this district yet I Sawyer of Union Springs, Ala., the latter of high school boys, they I the radio during church services. :,
He entered the church with t
a slipof
there is only one ,representative Willie M. Jackson of Atlanta, Ga., COMMUNITY CENTERTO sons of employees. Some of the '::,
I". from this side of the county on the I I I James Earl Spar of Tuscaloosa, women have fine averages and will paper, and the. minister an-

board of' county commissioners I Ala., Namon Long of Union Springs, make it ''tough for the men's teams. nounced to the congregation: "Since ., -

; which is construed by many as taxation I: Ala., Jesse Smothers of Moultrie, BE OPENED ON Two matches will be played in eleven o'clock this morning our ,:::1,
country has been at war with Ger- ,.
[ without sufficient represenf -!!! Ga., Henry Hardin... Toliver of I' each league on Tuesday and Thursday -, .,
!f'\ tation. He said that very little of I Tuskegee, Ala., and Geo. Franklin nights, no matches being play many. You will show no lights, ':,'
I after dark, and will :
the money spent by the county is I'Delvridge of Birmingham.Also THREE NIGHTS WEEK ed on Friday night except in case you carry your"
gas masks with you at all times.
:..., spent in this district and cited on- called were Nathan Jack of a postponement. Members of
!': ly briefly, the efforts made to se- : son who transferred to New York each team are assessed a twenty- He contrasted this solemn mess- :.,
'
cure partial financing for a defense City, Edward Joiner, delinquent,I Arrangements have been completed five cent admission fee and month-! age with its implication of burden- :;

;. council office here. Arthur Williams, who failed to report -I for keeping the Community ly dues of the same amount to pay some toil and self-denial with the y

":,' The others present, appeared tot !: Reuben Plair, a transfer to Center recreation room open three for a celebration at the close of spirit of the English at the ,.out 1

!\ Bronson and Clifford L. Clark nights each week and these nights (Continued break of the first World War. This
I 5 ; >e in full accord with the movement a on Page 8) ."
E and many of them expressed transfer to Miami.REGISTRATION. have been made to coincide with he. called a bouyant, adventurous '
I spirit, sort of Sir Galahad in :
themselves openly. open post nights at Riddle Fieldin a
I order that both RAF and Amer- J l search of the Holy Grail. But the ;.
No definite name was decided RED CROSS MAKES I
ican cadets may enjoy the use of English had learned the stern les-
:: upon for the organization but officers -
OF 18
the room. son that war is the dirtiest of dirty
elected as' follows Carl
; were : A list 'of couples has been tasks and entered the second World t'

;t H. Berner, president; Mrs. Ruth B'I pared and is published below, pre-one LARGE SHIPMENT OF, War ..only'with the determination '
Owens vice-president; Mrs. P. M. YEAR OLD YOUTHS IS
"" ) couple from the list being .expected -I to fulfill an awful Inescapableduty.
McIntyre It also
secretary. was
to serve as hosts on each of these WAR RELIEF GOODS .
voted that the chair appoint an
i', advisory committee of five members TO BEGIN ON FRIDAY open evenings. The list, it is I I The first nine months of the __.,

.- ', pointed out, is not complete and if I I war, Mr. Kerr 'said, the Englsih did
) .to make a study of various
problems and methods of dealing there are others who will serve or.I The second half of the 5th quotaof practically nothing. They' were

with them which will be presented The Selective Service office here I know of any who will serve they war relief garments has just building their resources i< but were
are asked to contact Sandy Bell at been carrying out no aggressive task;
dates' shipped by the Clewiston
to the membership at a meetingto announced today that official
,
the City Hall. Those, also, whose Chapter of the American Red Cross. I and he added, the wit Who said the_ ,
be called in the hear future.. On for '.
;, i I the registration./ f eighteen-I names are included.. in the.. list British "fighting-ahe: war to
are were. : -
The included both cloth
shipment
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Yom this: ift ,4hr. me:: J'S. ere ,
; com .; : ; "" -
.,.V'" :>:. : named' at ,the? time _and two more l yeaf-olct "youTns, who. have come oil]asked to call Mr. Bell immediately garments and knitted sweaters and I the last Frenchman"v-was not far

will be added soon. Those namedat that age since the last ,registration i,j and advise whether or not they are suits. wrong. '
willing to serve. The long list In quick succession then came
1
the meeting were Dr. J.. W. will be held during three separate!: .' The, boxes contained:
should make it for the events including the surrender
unnecessary any
Ezelle/1E. E. Kelly and N. V. S. weeks in December. The registrar 3 men's convalescent robes.,
couple to serve more often than of the Low Countries, the invasion -
I .Mumford. tion :will be held in the Selective once every two or three months if 1 child's convalescent robe. of Scandinavia, and climaxingin

Pledge slips were passed to those Service office in the Community all will cooperate. It.has been 3 pairs of children's pajamas. I the tragedy of Dunkirk. After
present, most of which were' immediately -( Center between ; i 37 pairs of flannel rompers,
I"I-. the hours of nine recognized also in the preparation'of I Dunkirk Britain knew its darkest

signed in which the I o'clock a. m., and five o'clock p. m. the list that oftentimes 'a husband size 2. .hour. All of its equipment and

signer promises to register and to Those who were born on or after and wife cannot serve the 2 pair men's socks. I many of its best men lay ,in

, ( exercise the right of franchise in all July 1, 1924 but not after August I same evening and when those instances 2. afghans, knit from scrap wool l France. Tl,1e/Royal Air Force then .

I : duly authorized elections held in 31, 1924, will be registered on I occur it is felt that they i by the local Junior' Red Cross. was but a puny fledgling. But in

, Hendry County, health and providence any day during the week beginning will be able to find some friend to1 1! 1 muffler, 2 yards long. this darkest hour, Mr. Kerr found

'.... permitting and to give un-I on Friday, December 11, 1942 and I assist them on the evening desigi 25 women's coat sweaters. three "prophets of dawn." The
stinted support to any measure ending December 17 1942. 9 children's
nated for them to serve. slip-over sweaters. first was Winston Churchill, whom

program ,submitted to and passed Those 'who were born on or after The only duties of the host and, 12 knit suits, 2 ;year size. history must delineate as a man

by a majority of the members present September' 1, 1924, but not after] hostess will be to have charge ofj I 38 men's sweaters, pull-over who by sheer force, of his courage,

at any open meeting of the October 31, 1924, shall be registers -. the room, keep order and see thatit type. I f oratory and. amazing power .'Of

league of which- written notice has : the week commencing Friday,< is left in the proper condition. On September 12th the local leadership gathered together the

been given: at least seven- days in 'December 18, and ending Thursday,; Those named are asked not to wait chapter shipped 10 men's con-i I fragments of the people into a na-

advance. December 24, 1942. until called. but to call at once to valescent robes, 60 children's con- tion determined to fight in the hills

The first effort- of the league will 1 Those who were born on or after the City Hall and accept the ap valescent robes, 19 pair men'sknit I and to die in the streets to defend

'r be to get all eligible persons of the' November 1, 1924, but not after pointment.All socks, 35 pair children's pa- I'their own. '

community to register and qualifiedto December 31,, 1924, shall be reg- are invited to make jamas and 1, "beanie," or knit cap.. The second "prophet of the

vote and to sign the pledge slipsof "! istered any' day' commencing Fiiday, -the room on these evenings use Of"" Early in August the local chapter !I dawn" was the Royal Air, Force,

the league. j December 26, and ending Thursday,I eleven o'clock for dancing, card shipped 49 sleeveless sweaters for' the "puny fledgling," that was bit-
:.,'_ No date was set ,for the next December 31. i playing the U. S. Army, and 69 pair of terly outnumbered on every count,
" :, or other pastime. Friday
meeting.J. I regulation socks for the Army and but managed somehow to keep
Those born on or after January night will remain: the regular dance
I 1, 1925, shall be registered on the night and on,. that night 25 cents I Navy. I Hitler's forces away from the

J. Blosser Dies At same day they attain ''their eigh-II will be collected from each one Material for sewing on the 6th British Isles. The 'Battle 'of Brit-
Continued from Page 4)
teenth birthday except when that attending to play the phonograph I' quota has already arrived and I

I. ., Home 'of DaughterJ birthday occurs on a Sunday or for dancing. much of it is cut and ready for

holiday and then they' will register ,The names ,of those selected as distribution. Among the articlesto I Voluntary RationingOf

the following day. hosts and hostesses at this time I be made are 100 operating
a J. Blosser, 85, died Tuesday at
Thus the first period of registra- are:, gownsfor' our Armed forces hospitals Meats Is Urged
the home of his
daughter, Mrs.
i '. tion will begin next Friday and Mr. and Mis. Roy Alston, Mr.1 and for emergency hos

l' 'Daisy Yoder on the government eighteen-year olds should study and Mrs Carl Anderson, Mr. and pitals. ..These' may'. be called for
reservation following illness of carefully the dates when at any time and volunteer Clewiston housewives were requested -
an they area Mrs. C. E. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. workers:
several weeks duration from required to register. H. A. Bestor, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. are requested to 'do this sewing as I: this week to join in a voluntary
I soon possible., I rationing program, as the
as !
New office hours have been (Continued 'Page
I. paralytic stroke._ announced jon 5) Share-The-Meat campaign was made '
by the selective The local chapter will also re-;
Mr. Blosser came here the first service -- I by a local committee under the direction -,
fice as from 8:15 to 5:15 on ceive wool for 40 sleeveless olive:
of October from Cleveland, Ohio, of-I Drainage District drab of Miss Hannah York and
days except Saturday when sweaters soon. These sweaters -!
to spend, the winter with 'Mr s. office will be closed at, 12:1K. must be completed in six I Mrs. F. E. Conkling chairman.The .
i -- --- Installing SewerThe weeks'j committee received its instructions -
11, Yoder soon after his recovery from I Ir I Since America's entry
meeting Monday
at a
I HAP
DIRECTOR PAYS
war and since the tempo of thewar
a first stroke suffered In July at r VISIT TO CLEWISTON'I afternoon when Miss York, explained -
his eon's home In Cleveland. He Clewiston Drainage Districtis has quickened and the fight- the necessity of curtailing the

i had been here only a week or two I this week installing another ing fronts become more wide civilian consumption of meat beforea
Group Capt. H. A. V. .Hogan, director spread each day the large percentage -
when the second stroke came and block of storm sewer along the] rationing program can be worked
,' of flying for the
Royal AirI
the end has been expected at anytime west side, of Ponce De Leon St., be- of work done by the Red Crossat out and put into effect..
Force
in the United ,
I States
visitedRiddleMcKay
,
since. tween the' Foy Durrance this time is for our own soldiers,
i: and A. The government requests that no
Aero College here
i sailorsmarines and civilian war
I; Mr. Blosser was a native of Ohio Thursday and toured the field and Lawrence homes. W.1 adult consume more than 2%

being born at Pandora, 0., in Mayof I I school, where RAF cadets are being This storm sewer is, of 18" (Continued on page 8) pounds per week, children from 6

1857. For thirty yearS he livedin trained. 'I, ed 'tile clay and is a con tin to" 12 no more than 1 J/& poundsper
Cuba where he had- grove and I ? of this line on this street. A conCrete -I NAVY GETS ITS MEN week, and children under 6 no I I
He was accompanied by John Li!I I
catch basin
'has been poured
sugar interests and carried on ,an Paul more than 3-4 pound per week.
Riddle, president of Embry- on the Lawrence Among the eleven, who en-
extensive missionary -work: among corner similarto men This amount refers only to the
the natives in the Island interior. Rirtdle School of Aviation of Miami the one poured several months listed in the U. S. Navy on Thanks- "carcass" cuts of pork, beef, veal

Mrs. Blosser died In 1934 and it ago at the Durranco corner. giving Day at the Miami Recruiting or mutton. It does not include

was two years afterward before he Station was Raymond B. Kitting, fish or -poultry. The amount is to

p could remove her body to the REGISTRATION EXTENDEDW. CADETS ENTERTAINED Clewiston. Lt.. M. C. Rhodes, Jr., Include all meat eaten by the per-

states so she was brought here in.I I. Miami Navy: recruiting officer this I I son, either in a home or public

1 1936 and buried in the Ortona The Catholic Woman's Altar Society week repeated his announcement)I eating place. '
r N. Martin, chairman of the is, sponsoring a Bingo and that Frank Owings, bandmaster to
Cemetery in Glades County Since I Clewiston navy In addition to being asked
board
that time Mr. Blosser has made his this week that rationing registrations, stated Fun Night at the Sugarland Park is at the Miami station to I I cooperate in' the consumption of
will be
home with his sons and daughters.. allowed to continue !Auditorium on Saturday night, December enlist musicians.James meat, housewives were asked if
for fuel oil
Funeral services were held at two kerosene until next Thursday, Dec.and 5th, from 8 till 12, to en- B. (Shorty) Alderman, I they would be interested in a food

(Continued on Page 5) S 10th. tertain the American and British I left Wednesday to return to sere I o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the
S ; Cadets of Riddle Field. ice In the Navy Sea-Bees. I (Continued on Page 4) _






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UNIFORM IMPROVED INTERNATIONAL, flIi:: OUSEHOIDYTS



CHURCH SUNDAY I /I

//tf/GRANVILLE wN.U.SERVICE V Lesson/.

I.. ,. By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D Linoleum
Jeff Curtis and showed, it was a black mountainside. mat made their ear arums ache, Of The Moody Bible Institute of.nlcago. is something new in
his THE wife STORY, Lee, are SO already FAR:: on their way They reached the car, bound and the aerial bombs exploded by. I (Relented by Western NewsPf1per-- Union./ wall coverings. It is durable and

to Tierra Libre when hd.receives a note Toenjes' hands behind him, gaggedhim two and threes a split second apart. -- easily cleaned.. .

from Zora Mitchell warnltas, them not to to get rid of his insane, splut- Collins began to take some interest I son for *
come. When they arrive IE Tierra Libre tering threats, and tossed him in 'in his fellow passgn cr.J[iplayed. tf* December 6 Candied grapefruit and orange

they find both Zora and ber husband the ,back. Another glance upwardand ., hIS flash-on'roenjes, and peels are always tasty additions ..
dead. It Is Mitchell's Job aschief engineer .turned Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected to liquid I
a light popped on and ,of :seVeral the man's head ,this way and sauces to be used over
has copyrighted by International
for 'a fruit company that Jeff friend times under 'and' 6etween'the and that. Toenjes was beginning Council of Religious Education: used. by, baked or steamed puddings. '

Bill been Henderson called to fill.Is killed Later, and Jeff's Jeff suspects two shafts. A rectangle it showed, to suffer considerably from pain in permission. *
of his shoulder but his were mur- Eggs beat best when allowed
his employer, Senor Montaya, a window. eyes THE MEANING ,OF CHURCHMEMBERSHIP up
murdering him and the Mitchells because "Man, is that a relief!I" exclaimed derous. A slow, unbelieving smile to stand 10 minutes in room temperature -

they had found a clue to the strango Mclnnis. "They'll send no messages spread over Collins' face. He ripped -about 72 degrees.

things going on at the plantation. Other. tonight!" open Toenjes' shirt and pulled it LESSON TEXT-Colosslans- 3117. C *

sinister figures are the company chemist They looked back: The black bulk away from the wounded shoulder.He GOLDEN TEXT-Now ye are the body oi Add half a cup of boiled rice to
Dr. Toenjes, and the flyers: Kyden: showed within a found there Christ, and
,
Collins of the hangars up a puckered scar members In particular. Corinthians your regular waffle recipe, if you
and Lannestock. A Canal man named Zone to see solid thick wall of fire. an old one, not three inches from 12:27.Church want to serve waffles with

Mitchell arrives ,from and the Jeff hires him without Against that sheet of light they the bleeding hole Curt had made creamed fish or chicken.

arousing Montaya's suspicions. Collins saw Collins come stumbling their tonight. And then he began to laugh. membership means a
intelligence reached them out of cried Col' great deal; a fact which has been
later reveals his identity as a naval way. He "On a silver platter,
officer. When they discover breath, tossed the camera into the lins. "Mr. Curtis, you've made one obscured by the prevalent idea that ON THErE

hidden German bombers, Jeff arrangesto car, gasped out that things were of the neatest hauls this year. Dr. joining the church is just like join- HOME I

send Lee and the children away. Now ready to pop, and collapsed on the Toenjes? I hadn't seen him before, ing any other organization. 'We needto

Jeff, Collins, Jerry Mclnnis and Slats back seat.They'd you know. This is Herr Albrecht be reminded again and again that yintf,

Monahan are carrying out a carefully and covered half a kilometer Werner Fisch, no less. Redhanded.One the local or denominational organi- .y- ETH SPEARS

laid stop the plan Nazi to destroy activities the In which planes Mon when McInnis, eyes on his wrist, of the biggest, slipperiest, zation has real meaning only as it

taya, who is part German, Is engaged. said, "Half a minute, Curt!" agents the Nazis have in Latin represents in the world a fellowshipof THE cost of a handsome pair of

They are at the airfield now. America." true believers who, by the new cushions will be little if you

And then it was tomorrow. The birth, have become part of the living shop around for remnants of satinor

CHAPTER XIX sun slanted down hotly on the afterdeck and true church, which is the bodyof brocade; and for harmonizingcrepe
'
of the San Timoteo. The As- which Christ is the Head. or taffeta to make a fold

Collins' job was to assemble the sociated vessel was pushing her way It is likewise essential that believers edge as shown here in the sketch. t

bombs and release all mechanical north over a smooth sea. There know what their membershipin A yard will make two 18-inch

restraints so that impact on the was 'cooling breeze, and cumu- the church means, so that they cushion tops and the same amount
noses would explode them. He start- lus clouds moved serenely across may fully appreciate it and properly

ed to wind the vanes. the sky. present it to the world.I. .WIDTH OF CUSHION TOP+ *"

Meanwhile, Curt and McInnis put Buddy, Chuck, and Sylvia Mitchell A New Life (vv. '1-3). .TCUT *TO MAKE THE

saws to use. They cut half throughall all in sun suits were playing The church member is (or, should.be OLD AROUND DGE
the. ground supports which held d under the watchful eyes of the ship's
4' h'
) a Christian, that is, one who has 1 1
wall firm then sheered
the heavy nurse.
s passed from death to life throughthe
through the ceiling ties. So much b Curt and Lee were standing by,
regenerating work of God in ,
wasn't perhaps but it his about her waist. They were
necessary, arm Christ (John 3:6: 7). Thus he has become 11 r'i.. rr
helped. Thus, an explosion of dyna- silent, and Lee felt Curt's arm tighten -
"a old
: new creature things
mite outside this wall would forceit the children's voices rose ;
as
have passed'away behold all thingsare STITCH ENDS STITCH s I iAn
back the of the She looked ; '' '
against noses shrilly, hilariously. up uRlr !
become new" (II Cor. 5:17).
'
bombs. and saw the look in his eyes, the

They then planted the dynamite, beads of sweat above his ,brows This new spiritual being'has en- STITCH
interests and desires.
dragged the two motors to the spot, and on his upper lip. tirely changed ItV510fe :LEAYING
The of the world which he
measured the fuse. "Don't, dearest," she whispered.He things '., OUT OPENING ON ONE
used to love have become distasteful
"Collins wants her and his now -
Curt grumbled. looked down at ,
pictures., But we can't risk lighting eyes slowly cleared. He kissed her to him' The things of the

: up the window 'strip by the flash so lightly on the temple and they saun- Spirit which used to seem strangeand for bottoms. Five-eighths yard of

early. He'll have to take them 41ri tered off, his arm tight about her. not understandable to him (I crepe or taffeta will make the fold ...

, when he's ready to light the fuses." At the entrance to the central staircase Cor. 2:14) now become the centerof around both cushions.If .

? .' They looked in on Collins. he paused-and yawned, pro- his life. Being risen with Christin you want to change feathers

. "Okay," he told,them, "I'm about digiously."I newness of life he seeks those from old cushions, leave a ,three-

', set. Only three noses left to screw could do with another nap," things which are above. inch opening in the old ticking;

,ettr; in, then all pins to remove." he said, on snapping his mouth shut. n. A Changed Life (vv. 4-13). sew the larger opening over the

y "It's late," worried Curt. "Close "You?" Setting one's heart upon things smaller one and then work the

': to one-thirty! Took us longer than "We slept all morning!" she ex above means ''that the life will be feathers into the new ticking. Rip

:' we'd expected. Slats will be phon- claimed. "We won't sleep tonight! changed. There will be a puttingoff apart carefully and sew the new

:. ing them any minute now." "We can sit on deck tonight," of the things of earth and a put- ticking with close, stitches.

} "Yeh. You two get going." hopefully."No ting on of the new man, in practiceas *

":" "Might's well." But Curt was reff. moon." well as in 'creed. NOTE: Smart cushions also may be

.. luctant. Then, :"Yqu've, no watch, t "There'll be stars. And there'sno Although the Christian is a new made by combining smaller pieces of silk 'c- '
.' Collins take mine. It's for just sitting." with cording and other finishes. Book 4,
<'\ synchronized charge creature in ,Christ, he bears with of Mrs.Spears' "series 'tsf homemaking
r' with Monahan's." Lee laughed. "All right, silly. him until he dies (or Jesus comes) booklets, shows how this is done. Book 5

Curt and' McInnis snatched UP The sentence was lost in another We'll go down again." the old nature, which tries to hold contains grand ideas for cushions of burlap

: bunches of tinder-dry grass from muffled explosion.Curt The door to the purser's office him down, to draw,him back to the old silk stockings and gay cottons.
I sheltered spots as they ran to the opened and there was movement in worldly and fleshly things from Booklets are 10 cents each. Address:

f front of the hangars. Curt was get- stopped the car, all three got the corridor. A steward was tack- which he was saved.

: ting anxious. out. They stared back. ing a paper on the bulletin board. But the Christian is to "make no Bedford lIRS.RUTH Ills WYETII SPEARS
,' His was short-lived! Curt "Guessed the fuses "News!" said Curt. New York
worry wrong on provision for the flesh, to fulfill the Drawer 10
and McInnis were brought up short muttered Curt. "Or you didn't light With Lee, he crossed the corridor lusts thereof" (Rom. 13:14)). He is Enclose 10 cents for each book de-

as they rounded the end of the hangars. them on the dot." eagerly, to stare at the ,typewrittensheet. rather to "reckon" himself, "to be sired. '
',
I":',.' The tennis court at the other Then, before anyone could speak dead indeed unto sin, but alive into Name................................
: end of the field was now ablaze withlights again there came a dull, muffled "Puerto Soledad, Tierra Libre," "
the the radio dispatch. "In raid God through Jesus Christ our Lord. Addr.................................
In of the fire read a
.,: explosion. light This calls for an act of his will I
Even as they stared, a small band the straight lines of the hangar by army troops on the headquarters (and a repeated or continuous act)

':' of men was emerging from behind buckled, the roof mushroomedonone of the Compania Agricola Trop- by which he puts away the sinful
:,; the office building headed this way. end. But the walls held together. ical at San Alejo this morning, what ,
mentioned in 5-9. One
"Six of them, Jerry! The two of us "One of the planes," Curt grittedout appears to have been a direct Nazi things them verses in two How To Relieve .i)
might sum groups:
up
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can't count on holding off that gang from between set teeth. plot against the sovereignty of Tierra (1) sexual indecency and immorality -
r with pistol fire!" "The completed one," added Mc- 1/ibre was disclosed, with the

"Blaze 'the grass, Curt! All the Innis. "At least we got-" arrest ,of Senor Apolonio Montayaand (v. 5), 'and (2) wicked words and Bronchitis Ii
attitudes (vv. 8, 9). The early I
way to the fence and around the oth- The sentence was lost in another twenty-four' persons of doubtful
er side of the hangars to the rear muffled explosion which merged in- nationality ." church had no corner on such sins. I

:-, fence!" stantly into a mighty, pulsating roar [THE END] III. A Gracious Life (vv. 14-17). Creomulsion relieves promptly because -
Christ-and It goes right to the seat of the i
Too often following
Curt and McInnis raced across -- trouble to help loosen and expel i

the black fields, stumbling constantly Entire Panama Canal Plan church membership-has not seemed germ laden phlegm, and aid nature i
but making ground.; There were Changed by attractive the unbeliever,' nor has to soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed )
it recommended the of God, bronchial mucous mem- ;
shouts behind them. Postage Stamp Showing Crater's Smoke grace
branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa I
Then came the furious chuggingof I because it has been a sad, unpleasant bottle of Creomulsion with the un- !

a motorcar, headed from the upper negative thing which God never derstanding you must like the way it I
Stamps have played many impor- After several months the plan of I(
end of the field. intended it to be. quickly allays the cough or you are
to tant roles in the pageant of civi- building across Nicaragua seemedto To the non-Christian to have your money back.CREOMULSIO.N. I
"They expect get behind average
Jerry, head us off! We'll have us to, lization; one stamp nearly causeda be the logical one, and prep (rightly or wrongly), the matter of I
another saved the life of arations
' ; war; an were 'begun. The plans
stop that before they reach being a Christian seems to be, a
our American explorer in the depths of followed the lakes and rivers already one's for Coughs: Chest Cofds.BronchitisAn :
car! rather drab affair of denying I
the Liberian jungles still third in At-
; a existence there, from
: r They were close to the airfield self the interesting and pleasant I
was responsible for the discharge lantic to Pacific. Estimates were Economist
branch. They'turned of life.
running at things
speed toward the ,car, which hadn't top of a postmaster general. Even the submitted for approval; plans had The purpose and plan of God for Take care to be an economist in ... I

yet rounded the curve of mountainside. decision to build a canal through been drawn up, men were ready to man is that he should be in fellow- prosperity; there is no fear of
There Panama instead of Nicaragua may go to Central America and begin being one in adversity.-Zim- j
were half-rotted logs ship with Him, and thus to be set your
'j left from clearing the field. Curt and be attributed to a single postage work. free from the limitations and the merman. I,

McInnis had perhaps a minute and stamp, asserts a writer in the New The dramatic alteration in this disappointments of human life apart 1

'' a half-a minute. They tugged and York WorldTelegram.For project came in Washington when from God. The normal life of the 1

: hauled at one of the logs. Rains had years the shipping industrywas one of the consulting engineers of Christian is tine of love, peace, joy, (

sunk it into the ground, set it. They hampered by the long route the commission:received a packageof fellowship, praise and thankfulness.Let i ij

pried it loose and slung it across the from the Atlantic to the Pacific. charts from ,I his survey crew in us make it justthat in this worldof iI j
tracks. The driver would Yankee clippers and British sloops Nicaragua. The contents of the
., see it, hatred, war, sorrow, division, I
,; but not in time to stop. l raced around the "Horn" for the package was only routine matter, weeping and ingratitude.This .

?,: Then came the car.' Around the prestige in the tea trade from China. but the postage, stamp affixed to it portion ,of Scripture meritsa I. I 1

15': curve of mountainside it sped. It During the gold rush days in the struck his attention.The closer examination. Note first that j
,. West rushed to Central Millions people suffering from simple
ships Amer-
hit the log bounced from the
rails, picture of Momotombo was love (use "love" for charity in v. Piles, have found prompt relief with
" :', turned over. But not before a fig- ica and passengers and cargo were PAZO ointment. Here's why: First. !
familiar enough to this engineer and 14) is the bond which unites these PAZO ointment soothes amed areas ,
ure had snapped open the door and sent across the land by train or he recognized the mountain imme- Christian graces into a whole whichis -relieves pain And itching. Second. ,.
: from it. A carriage and then to San hardened
shot man rolled over on Fran- PAZO ointment lubricates 'I
i' diately. His interest was aroused, harmonious and well-balanced. dried parts-helps prevent cracking and
.
and over, then scrambled to his feet. cisco by another boat. The cuttingof !
however, when he saw that the en- Naturally, the peace of Christ will soreness. Third. PAZO ointment tends I
:' "Toenjes! shouted Curt joyfully. a canal through the isthmus to reduce swelling! and check bleeding. ,
s. : Toenjes it was-a wild man in the seemed inevitable, even though trop- graver of that stamp showed smoke be the ruling factor in such a life, Fourth it's easy to use. PAZO oint k
from the seat ofman's ment's perforated Pile Pipe makes application
drifting the crater of this peak, controlling 'the heart, I
.; flare of the car's headlights which ical diseases and fever crippled several simple thorough. Your doctor t
which had been considered an extinct emotions and affections. can tell about PAZO ointment.
l: worked you
still curiously enough, one attempts to link ocean to ocean. t
of them slanting skyward. He The volcano. Such a life is cultivated and developed ,
had a rusty machinery of De Les- !
;: gun in his hand but was helpless seps lay discarded in the swamps of A survey party was sent to the by the indwelling of". God'sWord I

: from both the glare of lights and the Panama. The British attempt was interior to learn whether the en- and (note it) "richly. The I

loss of his glasses. abandoned; and yet the world need- graver had made a mistake. Not weakness of many a church is found ,

i,j Curt coolly put a bullet into the ed a waterway across Central Amer- long afterward word was receivedat right here-there is so little teachingand ;//TV\:sIN-io1ior; ; I
r man's shoulder. "Explain that ica. headquarters that the volcanowas receiving of the Word. {

:::' away, my fine friend," he grunted, Eventually the United States ap- not,extinct but had again com Christian faith expresses itself in c;-< ,r KITCHEN THRIFT k
.
t'- "when the investigation breaks." propriated a fund to scrutinize the to life; that smoke was rising from song. "Thou hast put gladness in J'SINK

:: Between them Curt and Mclnnis possibility of a canal. A commission the crater. my heart" (Ps. 4:7), and that meansa YOUR '
k'' How true it is that hymns 1
seized the raging, helpless man and made surveys and submitted song.
> hustled him along the tracks toward reports on the feasibility of such and songs teach and admonish us. -- DIMES IN WARSAVINGS
a Search for Fountain of Youth
- their The life of the Christian church
!
project. For months I
car.kept they workedIn Hernando de Sota made its historic
t glancing toward the member is always conditioned by
up the field, examining the features search for the fountain oJ
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radio station high above. No lights perfect controlling influencethe I.STAMPS
ef several proposed site*. .youth in this country in 1240. one t
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PAGE FOUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBE'; 4, 1942
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I I Since that time people of both countries. Mr.
is increased, had no defense.
So as the war ,tempo In Fort Lau-
The Clewiston News let participation in the war there I has been a steady stream of quoted from "White Cliffs"
effort your increase too. It's the only t supplies to Britain, and now Amer- essay in verse by Alice Miller December' 8,
ica is sending her men to stand American woman who of a report of
Published every CLEWISTONeNEWSInc way. beside the British the American's deep love for : in Kiwanis ac-
,by the
Florida,
Well, on several occasions now Mr. Kerr then told of the land.Mr. I state ranks
Old Man Winter has peeped at us changes in the British way of life, Kerr was introduced many worth-
KEATHLEY BORDEN: Editor around the corner,. but so far our some of which may remain perm- Flight Lieutenant G. W. N C ,o falls behind
weather has been almost of the anent after the war is ended. First, one. of the RAF offlcerJj--Jr [ Mr. Beardsley '

Entered as second class", mall matterFebruary ] Indian summer variety. A cold he mentioned the blackout, whichhe II I ield.Kiwanis.. would be
1. 1927, at the Post Office in wind is threatening us again, but described as a total blackoutover ,. :;"Zl2.'.-GIUD" observed into better
Clewiston, Florida. under the Act or I by the time this is in print it may all Britain. On dark. nightg,;! mjJTnt ,Wednesday and there was Mr. Beardsley
March 3,' 1897.SubscrIptIon
be quite warm again,-or maybe he saidjJt 1itergRr1't i osaibleUo"see large attendnace of members, ''Lieutenant-Gov-
quite cold. Such is_ Florida,. a* three feet ahead of one. Second their wives and friends. was given him -.:"
Rate $2.00 Per \'ear. ther. --- _- .": --- the draft, which has placed The club had as its guests Sawyer, reITr-

Advertising Rates On Application.. practically every able-bodied. man RAF officers from Riddle I The pin \

:N:-:-:..:-:-:-:..:..:-:..:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:..:..:N:N NNM in England in the from armed 18 forces.to 41 years Women of members of the local school ( years and Divis-has
Devoted to the advancement and wel- gage I and Bernard Leiter, Kiwanis
fare 'of Clewiston and Hen ry County. have taken over countless jobs,I resentative from the high the,1 from each of-
l(including the Land Army forces student body. Each .
; With I and the munitions factory opera- brought his wife or other in the ab-
tions. Third, rationing in Englandhas guest. R. M.
,, MEMBER <= r ft left but little unrestricted.Food .I Tampa on busi-
"< I The Kiwanis
: FLORIDA.PRESS ASSOCIATIONS! \ customary op
I is allotted, such as 2 ounces I ,
1IIQYAL I EDITOR ASSOCIATION V ceremony-singing of one verse
1941 V Our-Boys of butter, 1 egg and 1 quart of America and God Save the
I milk weekly. Unrationed are facing the flags of the -
bread, potatoes, vegetables. Thereis States and Great Britain-

......'...............................................................................................1 i 1 in theService I no pleasure driving since all special significance at this I '.
gasoline is taken by boat to England -
'Jj ing, in view of the guest sp Page 1)
; er and his topic. I better meth-
RAMBLINGS .1 The changes which nay oe per- Dr., J. W. Ezelle introduced cheaper ,cuts of
By B. B. .1.I I manent, the speaker said, have been I guests and the Kiwanis i for meat dishes
I1 leN termed the result of a "silent revolution Special reference was made to I ., If there is
.....................:..:..:..:..: :- : .: :..:-.I ." All of the things for E. Beardsley, recently installed : to warrant it.
:N.N:.1:N.N.N.N.N.N:N:N.N.N:N:N:N:N:N.N:N.N:N:N:N:N: which the Socialists: have agitatedfor Lieutenant-Governor of the demonstration

Those of you who trouble to read' years are with the British now.- eastern Division. Mr. Announce-
the front page of The News may)I' Visiting folks back in Clewistonthis There is government regulation of announced the school which later of the F
be surprised at the space which we week were Emmett P. Shelley, practically everything. The income 1943 directors and officers of i is to be given.
U. S. and R. L. Coker Jr., tax is 50 cents of dollar
have devoted this week in an effortto Navy I every earn- ------ .. --
bring you a bit of the much that also of the Navy. The Kingfishhad /Jed. ':..:..:-:..:-:..:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..
was worthwhile in the talk made at only a day in Clewiston so he I The war has created a new friend-
Kiwanis meeting Wednesday night didn't get time to look up all his liness among' the English for one i 5-
by an RAF cadet. 'We did this friends. Those who saw him however another; it is impossible to live CLEWISTON _
partly because the subject on which 1 report that Navy life agrees on a blitzed street, or even to
'he spoke is one that is of great; with him; that his early days of make a long train trip under war l ly
;,, importance and great interest to partial ease in the Navy are now conditions, without losing' the! i GOLF COURSE -
because over, and he is headed for a Day-
each of us, and partly ? former aloofness that characterized i ,
of the character and peisonality tona Beach assignment. Beware the English people. "When every
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";' of the speaker himself. those WAACS, Emmett! road is a Jericho road,_ then every :: Public Invited I' :;:

?' In speaking of the British ca- one must be a Good Samaritan," y. / h
dets' feelings toward America and Coker caniemp from Miami, hav- said Mr. Kerr.. I :;: ,,',';,;' r.:i, / f ::
ing been granted a ten day fur- I .. ,
Americans, Mr. Kerr said that their The question most frequently s ,4. '' s
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,,_ superlatives were exhausted in describing lough that gives him plenty of asked the British cadets in Amer- :: -"' :;:
k us and our land. It is time to look around Clewiston and ica is, how do" they like this country S
t7C', equally true that the Kiwaniansand to display the new uniform that ? And Mr. Kerr's reply to ,thatis .
their guests Wednesday ex- marks him a Lieutenant (jg) in the the cadets have exhausted their ti:. ii
hausted their store of superlatives Navy. It's Coker's first visit supply of superlatives in their ef- ::: S .4

f about Mr. Kerr and his talk before' back-except for an hour or so one forts to describe America and ) Since cannot drive to the t
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t, they reached home that night. One, Sunday evening since his enlist- Americans to, their families back you
seldom hears a speaker with such I ment several months ago. home. He said his own mother .s. '.

a clear, concise mind that every I I wrote him. after receiving his first)! beach the week-end
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: expressed thought is as sharp as an Ruth and Red Vaughn receiveda letter from: Riddle Field, "I thought I for get yours ..
k{, etching. If you'd like a speaker colorful insignia from Bud, this you were in ,Clewiston. It sounds I .t
F.,' combine the rugged, deep-felt sincerity week. He sent them as a souvenirone like New York,-or heaven." The
4, of 'Winston Churchill with of the emblems of his regiment.Bud British believe the Americans are ; exercise and sun tan at the same

i the poise and charm of Franklin is rapidly becoming a machine- the most friendly people on earth. h
;; Roosevelt, you'd be content with, I I gunner and is in an Engineering He expressed the belief that the I .... ..s.s sI .
>, James L. Kerr. Regiment, attached? to"the Army hundreds of RAF pilots trained in I time. ,-'' '=\' 's"
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rC I Air Base at Richmond, 'Virginia.'I' the United States may return to > { ,: ,', '" .
tr'' : .i. ::< 'J ),': : : :': .!.
: ,Perhaps you'd like the few facts 1'I'From his reports on the weather their home country to correct some ::: y 'i"
,", we've gleaned about him since he I there lately he is beginning to of the fearful mistakes British .:. ,- :s:
>-:-" began to know in these parts. His doubt that Virginia is South of the I diplomats have made in the last ::: 0 '; .I..
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home is in Glasgow, Scotland, Mason-Dixon The emblem 20 years. .i. 0', ...
where his father is minister of a sent is a round one with a blue I The speaker concluded by stressing ,:_
Presbyterian Church. Cadet Kerr I background on which is the Air the urgent need for Anglo- i: *:*;
has been educated for the ministry.He Corps' white star with red circle American unity at the close of the .;. :!:

graduated in June from the center surmounted by two gold war. He expressed the convictionthat y y ,
Presbyterian Seminary in Scotland, wings. "we 'must do more than build
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a and immediately enlisted in the -- memorials i to 'Cheat our souls," that
RAF for the duration. He is in i Also in the Air Corps, but train- our nations cannot afford to drift
4, the advanced flight at Riddle Field, I ing for a pilot's wings, is Morris apart as they did in 1919. To DAILY GREEN FEES ::

f which means his training will be I Ford. Morris has completed ground emphasize the feeling of Anglo- .:' .hI !.

dt. completed in a couple of weeks. school at Maxwell Field, and primary American unity that characterizes I, ::::.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNNNI,. ..:NNNNNN. . :..:..:.".:-:..:..:NNN..:N:..:..:NN N1.:11NN:NNNNNNNNN. . -:.N. :..
With, him from Clewiston will go training at Dawson, Ga., and "
is now at Gunter Field taking ..
the heart-felt ,
prayers and best -- ------- J''
wishes of the scores who heard him basic training. :

s', for his, success in every undertaking THE OLD. JUDGE SAYS. -- I
both for, the duration and for! Mr. and Mrs. Bill Allen, who are "
the future after the war. I in Punta Gorda for the durationof 1 I '

I a defense job, have received : '
The war tempo is picking up word that their son, Wallace, who .
these days and not even the approach -i recently enlisted in the Army and .
of the Christmas season was assigned to the ordnance division
should keep us from increasing our has been promoted to tech-
nical sergeant. Wallace and his (
efforts to contribute our part every
day in every way possible. This wife, had gone to Chester, Pennsylvania ".
week the Share-The-Meat campaigncalls where she is remaining with
for the voluntary curtailment I her family until Wallace receives

; of meat consumption; the war bond : an assignment that will permit, her ,
_!r''' committees are planning a more to be near- him. He is now'in ', 1r

vigorous campaign; and the Red' Ohio. .,
S: S Cross continues to produce more f
and more bandages and garmentsfor Clewiston friends of Guy and
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the war effort. This means Virginia Harrell, recently receivedthe
they need YOU to help with ,this announcement of the birth of
work. a seven pound son to them. Guyis
r This week we are reproducing an in the Army Air Corps, somewhere ....1 ,
/ explanation of the Red Cross band- in California Virginia is ,
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age program, as taken from a Red with her parents in Yazoo City, ':-, ,
:. .,, Cross publication. In case 'you Mississippi ):'5' '
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think that the surgical dressing : -
'
.5 5 work Is just something to keep the RAF Cadet- J':,,'!J) .
ladies busy and make them think ," \ .
; they are helping the war effort, : '

read the article carefully. Those (Continued from Page 1) I ?. -
ladies are making surgical dress- ain was fought high in the sky '

ings because there is no other way above Middlesex *and Sussex by the V I r 4,- .
that there can be any y assurance RAF pilots, who were better pilots r h ""
that there will be a bandage ready and had better planes than the ,1 v
when your son, your husband, or Germans, but who were able to win
your friend is desperately in need against such overwhelming num-
: of them. The manufacturers are bers only because they HAD to win.
making surgical, dressings at full The third "prophet of the dawn" "
capacity, but this global war is was Franklin Delano Roosevelt,
;, such that all the factories can make who to the English is the embodi- "I couldn't help overhearing you, Mary, large distillery in the country making whiskey -
is not enough to place a supply of ment of the American people. It when you asked Jim here why they let the any more.They're all working day and night
bandages on all our hospitals and was America that in the hour of liquor companies use sugar to make whiskey making war alcohol for the government for
fighting fronts. There just simplywon't its deepest travail offered the hopeof when all the rest of us have to cut down on gunpowder,synthetic rubber,chemicals,and
be enough bandages unless a. dawn to the British.: Before it I happen to know the answer to that. medical supplies. i

YOU make them.* Dunkirk, Mr. Kerr said, the Eng- "You see, the fact of the matter is, the "Just as I told Ed down at the courthouse i
And lish had not wanted America in industry never has used a single pound of this morning, the government simplysugartomakewhiskey.Thebootleggerswere I
additional when you are asked to buy the war. They wanted to fight wouldn't be able to get all this alcohol,it
war savings stamps and the war alone, to finish their own in time if didn't have these -
needs we
bonds, don't feel that the only ones who used sugar to make
do it. Remember the English you cannot pay America job. But began in October to help, 1940 the ,British when .'whiskey. On top of that there's not a single distilleries available and--.A on the job.",.
: in income tax "" :
alone
50
cents of with supplies and with ships to '"
every dollar to II -
their
War is an expensive business.government. I dared carry those, supplies, there was deJ 1 J IMJL Qw ifAlctktiit f MT.,.llslydrlw,I_.'
a war against which Hitler I, '
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'' and Mrs. A. H. King. Mrs. Winn SUSTAINS SLIGHT BURNS and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn, Mr. and Cal., and Mrs. Yoder and, two SOB,, i i
t'E and the baby are staying in Miami Mrs. R. J. Lee, Rev. and Mrs. H. C.( E. R. Blosser and O. C. Blosser both, ." ; '

[ with her parents, and Mr. Winn is Mrs. Otto Larsen sustained pain- Meador, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Miner, of Cleveland. A sister, Mrs. J, '

r Personals j' stationed at the naval base in ful but not serious burns Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Miller, Mr. Neiswander still resides in News .....4:

Key' West. I afternoon'while lighting the and Mrs. W. N. Martin, Mr. and Starke, Ohio. ,
oven burners on her stove at I Mrs. Martinez' .1)i
gas C. A. Mr. and Mrs.
; r: I I Mr. and Mrs C. M. Allen were home. Most serious burns ,were on Frank Mueller, Mr. and Mrs P. Uncle Sam ,needs your help, tot .: '

called to Moultrie, Ga., last week the right hand and arm with slight M. McIntyre, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. do your part by buying War Bonds.p) 'I
f{ :Mr.. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg were the funeral of Mr. Allen's _
to attend burns on the face but none was believed McLendon, Mr. and Mrs. Zerney and Stamps "
day.
t visitors, in Fort Myers Monday. ,I I'[brother, William C. Allen. Shortly serious. Meredith, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. every pay ., ,

I after their return to Clewiston they :Mills Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Morrison, 1

J. E. Beardsley attended a state moved to Punta Gorda, where Mr. COMMUNITY CHURCH I Mr. and Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, Mr. FOR SALE-Good used cotton mat- ., ', I

( Kiwanis meeting in Jacksonville Allen has a contract for hauling John N. Montgomery, Minister and Mrs. J. A. Morrow, Mr. and tresses, both single and double., ':j I

x. Sunday. I on a defense job for several months. Mrs. J. N. Montgomery, Mr. and I Mrs. Robert George. 2tP. ';

:- --( 9:45-Sunday School. Mrs Hansel McDuffie, Mr,, and Mrs. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph M. Bishop Dan Roberts of Gainesville, holder 11 :0011orningVorship.. Ser-,X!. J. Nielsen, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. :,

fi were business visitors in Tampa of the United' States Sugar Cor-I man: "V for Victory." | Nail Mr. and Mrs. Walker Nail, FOR SALE-Upright piano. Gooil, ;,

this week.Dir I i I poration's scholarship to the Uni- 6:30-Junior Christian Endeavor -' Mr. and Mrs. Connally Nail, Mr. condition. Box 386, Clewiston ;;,

f versity of Florida and Ed Lang of I Mary Lois Hawkins leader. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling. Florida. itnFor ('

and Mrs. C. L. McLendon and Sanford, also a senior at the Uni- 7:30-Evening Worship Ser- Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Oglesby, Mr. ...:)I
by. son, Lamar, spent the week-end versity, spent last week-end here mon:, "The Voice in the Wilder- and Mrs' ':t4
W. C. Owen, Mr. and 111'5.H. .' :
< :in' Miami. I! with Bob Beardsley who came home I ness." r
; r R I I C. Post, Mr. and Mrs. Gene :.
for the Thanksgiving holidays. Community Church welcomes
Powers, Mr. and Mrs C. A. Pitzen
:
f J. E. Beardsley was a business ; -- those of all denominations to wor-! Mr. i I -<.
and
I I Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mr. and I
visitor in Fort Lauderdale and Miami Leroy Hare left Wednesday for ship in its chapel'every Sunday. Mrs. I Your t :;
}- C. M. Pirkle, Mr. and Mrs. M.
r Monday and Tuesday. ,I Morrison Field. West Palm Beach,: The different organizations of the M. Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. HUXTIXG LICENSE i
where he reported for duty ,in the church extend to you an invitation Patterson
Mr. C. V. Parkinson, for season 19.42.43'see !
Mrs. Eva Merle Fortson of Live regular army, in which he enlisted to join with them in their activi- Mr. and Mrs. Cecil I
Pouncey Mr.
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{ Oak is the new operator at the : recently. Mrs. R. M. Hare, Sr., accompanied ties. and It. C. XOWLIXG :,
Mrs. Frank Rodriquez, Mr. and
Clewiston Western Union Office. him toVest Palm Church-Time Hendry; County Motors, Clewiston ;.
Mrs.
, I G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs Leah '
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Beach and is remaining for a few who are ]kept at 1 '"
NurserY-Mothers'l Spicer, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stewart, '-
Mrs., Anna Farnam of Canal I; days visit :with Mr. and Mrs. G. because of small, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Rogers, Mr. and J ,J.
Point is spending a few weeks herewith ,I W. Wallace. take advantage of nursery .
i Mrs. Jack
Schopenhauer, Mr. andMrs.
her daughter, Mrs. L. J. Pape. church \
I ing morning hour. The! E. B. Seegers, Mr. and Mrs.

--- RowlandBaileyMiss ,children are cared. for by the Leave Frank Smith, Mr. and Mrs. G.' H. J. M. CO USE
Mrs. M. E. Von ,:Mach, Mrs. G. bers of the Mothers' Club.
I. ,Small, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sias,
H. Small, Mrs. C. E. Miner and child the Counselor
r; your at Community build- Mr. and Mrs. Hub Spooner, Mr. and Attorney at Law ; -t'
r r Mrs H. A. Bestor spent Thursday I Betty Bailey, daughter of ing on your way to church and get and Mrs. Joe Schroeder, Mr. and Hopkins Building c:

{;: in Miami. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bailey of Clew him afterward. He will enjoy the Mrs. Phillip Thielen, Mr. and Mrs.J. Wednesdays and Saturdays :

iston, and James Rowland of Miami nursery. ... F. Tippey, Mr. and Mrs. G. B.
Mr. and Mrs Ray Slade and were united in marriage Wednes- The trustees will -meet Monday Thomas 0:3O to 4:00Johnson's
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Thompson -
r. children of Fort Myers' were weekend :- day evening in LaBelle by Roscoe evening at 8:00: in the church. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Thompson -

guests of Mr. and. Mrs. Carl N. Miller, justice of the peace. The Choir rehearsal Thursday even-I Mr. and Mrs. H .T. Vaughn,
: Berner. ing at" 8--00 in the church. All
ceremony was performed at the Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Mr.'
home of Mr. and Mrs. Miller who singers are welcomed. .
,
I I and Mrs. M. E. Von Mach, Mr. and -
( Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Thompson are close friends of the Bailey ,
; 9 and: children, Gene and Bernie, II family. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. A. H. Vann, Mrand Mrs: Geo. 1 Fish Camp

were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Rowland is a graduate of H. C. Mcaclor, Pastor .IVan Hyning, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. (Near Hurricane Gate)

!,:I Norman Thaggard in. Fort Myers. the Clewiston High' School, class 'if I Walston, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson Clewiston, Fla.

'1941. She was employed at Riddle 9:45 A. M.-Sunday School. Mr% and Mrs., W. D. Wylie, Boats and l\Iotors--Gulde Service
Rev. and Mrs. C. E: Gamon and 11:00: A. M..Morning Worship. Rates Reasonable
I Field when it was opened here, and Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Royal of Lake 6:15 "P. M.
-Training Union. W. H. Johnson, Mgr.
has since been employed by Embry- and Mrs. A.: 0. Ward, Mr. and..:Mrs. I
Harbor were visitors in Clewiston 7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship. % 1
Wednesday evening. Riddle Company in Miami 3:30 Tuesday Afternoon-W. M. M.. S. Wright, Mr. and 11rsR..
Mr. Rowland is engaged in truck
S. meeting'' at the church. Westmoreland, Mr. L. A. Wolff.
I farming near Miami and the couple
L. J. Pape is recuperating at the I I will make their home there. 4:00 Wednesday Afternoon-

t Clewiston Hospital from an Attending the wedding were Mr. Junior G. A. meeting at the church. J. J. Blosser- DRESSMAKING, ALTERING, I

tion performed there Monday.opera-I I and Mrs C. E. Bailey, Mrs H. L. All girls 9 through 12 years of. age BUTTONHOLE MAKING

will remain in'the hospital for DeLaney, Mrs. Miller and Mr. and are invited to attend. I Contlnue7r;;;;;

another week. I Mrs. E. Collins, of LaBelle., I 7:30 P. M. Wednesday-Prayer ( Page 1) i Mrs. Inez'Pope :

"service. Lest 'we forget! Surelyour Methodist Church in Moore Haven,

Walter E. Vaughn, son of Mr. BRIDGE CLUBS people will join the leaders of Rev. S. I. Hendrix, pastor of the Millcrest Near Passenger Depot

and Mrs.: Harry T. Vaughn, left I :our nation in earnest prayer for church,' officiating and intermentwas (next door to Bill Allen's)

Saturday for Milledgeville, Ga., Mrs. Ruth B. Owens won first our own nation and our allies who in the Ortona Cemetery beside

where he is enrolling for the l'e-I l prize and ;-Mrs. M. E. Voh': Mach I are fighting to keep the world free I his wife. The Everglades Funeral

mainder of the school year. second prize at the meeting of that we might have liberty.Appreciation Home of Pahokee had charge of

I their bridge club at the Von Mach 1 arrangements. -

Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Knight and II I home Wednesday-;'evening. Playing Our }sincerethanks and good I Surviving, :re.two' daughters,

r Mrs Howard .Huffman and son, I I were Mrs. 'G.' H. Small, Mrs. C. will go to, Mr O. K. Radford, Flor- Mrs. F. L..' Shew of Long Beach, Florist AgencyFlowers

Stanley, of West Palm Beach, were E. Miner, Mrs. Owens, Mrs. Ruth ida Training Union "Secretary, to "

guests Monday and Tuesday of Mr. Wilcox Mrs. P. M. McIntyre, Mrs; Rev Warren Capell, of South Bay I delivered here at EO

I and ,Mrs. C. L. McLendon. John 'Elmore and Mrs. Josephine Baptist Church, and Rev J. E. extra cost. Other towns, any-

I Knight. Dillard, Jr., of Belle Glade Baptist where in U. S. add only cost ct

11 Mr. and Mrs A. H. Vann have_' Mrs. Von Mach served sandwiches Church, for the splendid way they 1 Mrs. M. A. ThomasAgent telegram, ranging from 20 tot

named their baby daughter, who coffee pled our people in our Training 'Union ..,5 cents. '
I and cake at the close
was born November ,21, Barbara of play. [ Revival this past week. We I for AVON Products MRS. SARAH E. FOUNTAIN

Ruth. The baby weighed !9) pounds I regret that more of our people did I Western Union Office
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and .arrived the local not avail rich 438 Cleuiston
at hospital. themselves of this Day Phone 82 Night 2791
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to
Mrs F. D. Duff was hostess
experience. Our local people also
I I her bridge club Wednesday after-I I
Mr. and Mrs Lynn D. Yoder of deserve a word of thanks for their
noon awarding high score prize to
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Miami spent Wednesday and Mrs. R. C., Wilson and second high cooperation.If I
day here with his mother, Thurs-I you are a new resident of our
I to Mrs; W. C. Owen.
Daisy Yoder. He is in town we extend you a very hearty
Refreshments sandwiches tea .
of ,
Fort Lauderdale with the U. S. I I welcome to worship with us. You .
and cookies were served to: Mrs,
I j will find a friendly spirit awaiting TheWarEfiort I
d Navy. i I J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. W. E. Dilley,I.U .
X10HELPWANTED
your coming.Community. -
1| Mrs H. A. 'Bestor, Mrs. ,C. J. Neil- ': Iii r
A. R. Brink was called to Buffalo son, Mrs. F. E. Conkling, Mrs. Wil- =Ji'Ii ) =

New York, Thanksgiving by son and Mrs. Owen. ; Center- ,
the serious illness of his mother,

whose death occurred Sunday. Mrs. CARD OF THANKSWe -
Brink and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt accompanied (Continued from Page 1)

Mr. Brink to Miami and wish to express our appreciation Bourne, Mr. and Mrs., J. E. Beards- ",

he went by plane to, Buffalo. for the many acts of kindnessand I ley, Mr. and Mrs. R .M. Bishop, I

for the expressions of sym- Mr. and 1Irs.V.. E. Bolton, Mr. FLORIDA MOTOR LINES' continuing contributions of its

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Winn and pathy to us in the loss of our 'father and Mrs. Chas. Bolton, Mr., and trained men to fill key positions in the armed forces has

(? baby came up from Miami Thursday and grandfather.' Mrs. Ben Bolton, Mr. and Mrs. .I opened desirable and important positions in this essential

f to spend the week-end: with Mr. i Mrs Daisy Yoder and Family. I Keathley Bowden; Mr. and Mrs.G. industry. This is a War of Transportation and
H. _Brown, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. .
Florida Motor Lines employees are doing their bit sup
Bigg, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. -Broad-j.
all of the effort.
to war
rick, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bembry, plying vital transportation phases
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bembry, Mr. I The opportunity is now open to YOU to join this war-.

and Mrs. C. H.' Berner, Mr. and I essential group.
'
Tailor Made ClothesI Mrs. Sandy Bell, Mr. and Mrs. R. J .tf.v. :.:: i

J. Blount, Mr.\ and Mrs. S. L.'i FOR MEN \

Crochet, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Conk-

ling, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Cornette, '
and
COACH OPERATORS: Age 21 up; good
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Carlton, Mr. "'
(heavy equipment preferred),
I and Mrs. Geo. Crow. driving experience .
5 feet 7 inches, 150 pounds, minimum 8th grade

>, your suit while you can still get all and Mr.Mrs.and F.Mrs.D. Duff W. ,E.Mr.Dilley and, Mr'j' education (High School preferred). ,.5

wool fabrics : Foy Durrence, Mr. and Mrs. E.V: 'Stewards Garage Employees ,
i Durst, Mr. and Mrs. John De-
I, Valcourt, Mr. and Mrs. A. H.

( : Davis, Mr. and Mrs H. L. Davis, FOR MEN and WOMENTicket -

1 Have your measure taken by a man who Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Davis, Mr. and

I I .,*.'" Mrs. Adolph Driggers, Mr. and Agents, Baggage Clerks, Bookkeepers Cal
knows' howSee \ Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mr. and Mrs.
; Janitors
i culators, Stenographers, Typists Clerks
-$ [I G. E. Etherton, Mr. and Mrs. N. C.
and Cleaners.It .
Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Frazer,

\ I Mr.' and Mrs. C. W. Fuller, Mr. and has always been our policy to give preference in em. \

j Mrs. G., M. Ford, Mr. and Mrs. ployment ,to men and women living along our routes.

Fletcher Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. If you an?' interested, mail postcard or letter, giving

Frank HudsonAt Frank A. Garrone* Mr. E. E. Gross, name, addre:: age, sex, and indicate position you are
Father Geary, Mr. and Mrs. 'E. H.
best suited for, to PERSONNEL DIRECTOR, FLORIDA
Holstine, :Mr. and Mrs H. P.. Hall,
MOTOR LINES, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. An application
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. W. Hedke, Mr.
blank will be nailed to and if acceptableand
and Mrs. It. M. Hare, Jr., Mr. and you you are
Mrs Richard Heath, Mr. and Mrs.O. .I position is open, arrangements will be made for a

A. Jones, Mr.: and Mrs. II. C. personal interview and further consideration.

Shorty's BarberShop Jones, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Johnson..
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. King111'. .yJXJJJ I I i /.

and Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs.A. .

H. King, Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
i -, Hopkins Building Knight, Mr. arid Mrs. John Kettl,

Mr. and Mrs. Manning Keen, Mr. NIOIlrUl
tloRIDAMoTORllNESA / su3+
and Mrs. John Lucaa M o+oR
Mr
and Mrs.
December 7th Thru 12th.
W. H. Lanier, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. r

Lott, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Larsen, ..,
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Gems of Thought 1
U. S. Shipbuilders Break ,

j t Jr LET us have faith that right
All Records to Break Axis I G might, and in that

i rG R UpR J I faith let us to the end' dare to
a's
do our duty we understand

w EA DN The United States is now it.-A. Lincoln. .

nearing the peak of production wNU 5.mce Applause is the spur of noble
minds, the end and aim of weak
in the greatest shipbuilding Reading the Papers Out Loud: ones.-C. C. Colton.
Washington, D. C. in world .
program history.Not ', I This is not the first time that This man is free of servile bands, -
NOT ONLY A FIGHTER,
BUT ALSO A DIPLOMATGen. only have all previous American battle flags have been Of hope to rise, or fear to fall;
has lot production records in this or 1 carried to the Mediterranean. They Lord of himself, though not of lands,
Dwight Eisenhower a were there over a century agoforthe And, having nothing, yet hath all.
of tough jobs in Africa, and one of any other nation's shipyardsbeen extermination -HENRY WOTTON.Be .
them, which doesn't get into the broken but a shipbuilding N same purpose-the
gyp.r of pirates At that time we strong, and quit your-
headlines is to be the diplomatic
capacity far greater than "-: fought for the freedom of the seas. 'selves like men.-Old Testament -

negotiator cials. among high French offi that of all the rest of the world t Now we fight for the freedom of' .

: America If said that A fine genius in his
Among other things, he has been combined has been created.k ; you a own coun-
f little while called try, is like gold in the mine.-
ycT ago, you were a
very adroit in handling General Gi- It now appears quite certain } t
l warmonger, an Interventionist or a Benjamin Franklin.
raud, who escaped from France deadt
that the 8,000,000
and who soandso But no one today doubts I
dressed as an old woman
weight-ton goal set by Presi- that America is safer because men
now is in command of French forcesin '
North Africa. dent Roosevelt for 1942 in the from Montana and Georgia, Ver- S'

Actually, General Giraud expected directive he issued at the time mont and Nevada are throwing pirates -
out of Tunis and Algeria jRRO'For
to be commander of all forces in
both French and of his, "State of the Nation" This AEF is more than a lesson in PE
North Africa.
address in January of this
American. He is one of the highest geography. It is a milestone in
will be reached. national responsibility.Rome .
generals in the French army, and year ,
and Berlin now know that colds'coughs,nasal congestion,muscle
before France fell, would have replaced One of the outstanding ac-
r' ; Tripoli and Libya are our next mili- aches got Penetro-modern medication in a
General Gamelin as chief of complishments by American mutton suet base.251,double supply 35*.
tary But their chief
staff had he not been taken prisoner. .f 7.0.. objectives.
Therefore since he outranks shipbuilders in the past year y1 worry is that world freedom is our
the reduction of %J; ., J ifrJ xYsi aim
Eisenhower and has had much more has been war They know that while

varied experience, it is not unnat- building time they have made, one concentration camp exists- Our Needs

ural that Giraud should aspire to particularly in the emergency while one Nazi propaganda cell On the average, each American :
be commander-in-chief of the en- functions-and while one squad of uses or causes to be used annu-
,
tire North African operation, includ-I cargo vessels of the Liberty Axis troops resists-our arms will ally about 30 pounds of textiles,

ing the U. S. army. ship type. These pictures ( t: remain in the field Americahas .250 pounds of paper, 600 pounds of

Eisenhower, however, has a give you close-ups of our Liberty liberated North Africa becausea ,steel, 2,000 pounds of food, 2,500

i charming personality, a broad grin, fleet in-the-making. free America can only exist in a pounds of oil products and 7,500
a smattering of French, and had free world The full strength of pounds of coal.

little trouble in handling General Gi Shown at right are (top) the America will continue to march .
Because the road to Berlin is the
raud.
Patrick Henry, first of the Maritime -
only back to Main St. ..
way
Another complication was the fact 1
that Giraud hates Admiral Darlan. commission's Liberty ships. tn1 U

Below). Hands upraised in The whispering that went
Yet Darlan, as a member of the ( a on .
cabinet, outranks him. In addition, victory salute, shipyard workersat against the British is now being directed Ship. Us All 'the ff1I

there; is General Nogues, another Bethlehem-Fairfield, Balti- against the French Furs You Can Trap
top-ranking officer. So it has been 4 kYy%?Y iY.. Maybe.it's wrong to keep Darlan on
worked out that Nogues commands more, hold the Maritime Eagle the job, but Gen.' Eisenhower got This is one season you should

the French civil population, Giraudthe aloft in the main mast of a that far by ignoring the clamor ship to the house that you can rely on

French army, and Darlan the( Liberty ship. clique, so why should he listen to in Our your expert furs.grading Our checks gets you have every pleased cent and of value sat.i

French fleet. ........................u.u.......... .. .......______. .......... ".. ....0_______ _'uhh'u'u' .... them now? You can get a rap isfied charged.thousands Check of trappers.mailed No commission
+ ever immediately.
.4.yYJJ MSripJi{?gr"M' against Giraud, too, if you turn your
liS/or price list of and other
guns traps
SIDETRACKED PLANES ear in a certain direction 'lies. Big Bargains.Ship all your catch to a w

When Wendell Willkie conferred DeGaulle has an enemy section i l't HILL BROS. FUR CO.
with Stalin in Moscow, the Russian over here, and so have most of the .
326 Clark Ave.
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leader was critical of the British for French military leaders our forcesare ST. LOUIS MO. ,
sidetracking American lend lease dealing with It's the same .
goods in Scotland and substitutingfor .. 4. old line you heard against Churchill, AI .

them inferior British war sup- Wavell, Ritchie, etc. You'll hearit
plies. again if we happen to line up

The inside story of this can now be with the Arabs or the Hottentots. Where One Sleeps

:f told. Yt.Ns Because it's easier to say some- When a man lives in a house

F Last summer, a shipment of Aira- thing than to know something. that is located on the boundaryline
r: cobras was en route to Russia from separating ''two towns, he is

the United States and the convoy c Nobody has lined up more eagerly usually considered, for purposes of &
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stopped to refuel in the British Isles. for the war causes than the Holly- taxation, to be a resident of the

, At that time, General Eisenhower, wood workers They have con- town in which his bedroom is situ-
:. preparing for the second front in tributed their time and their ''talents ated. -'

k Africa, asked that these fast fighting to amusing the service men and

,,, planes be given to him instead of building up'bond sales. The spirit

being sent on to Russia.J out there is right, too Then
General Eisenhower was so insistent i ro they tip over the works by makinga 1m IRRITATIONS OF

i. that he finally went to Prime v flicker that gives people the idea \y) ut O \] EXTERNAL CAUSE

Minister Churchill personally, who 7 > that it's still 1928 in California. The
V acne bumps (blackheads), and
.... finally agreed that the Airacobrasbe ....,.","'-wY. latest to get the hammers is "Once ugly pimples broken-out skin. Millions relieve
sidetracked for use on the forthcoming Upon a Honeymoon." Several of the miseries with simple home treatment.
Sidewise launching of an EC-2 Liberty ship at a, Gulf Coast Goes to work at once. Direct action aids
African front. port. N. Y. reviewers were shocked thata healing by killing germs it touches. Use
eF. picture could take ruined Warsaw Black and White Ointment only as di-

OVERRULING ROOSEVELTMore tFr dQ" fri\\\tJI1; ,.f"Jr': %t'7f.?: ./'. ..:.:. ...'----p %..%. .r.:: ..$.] .q .;;:::mrprir1. .. .. as the setting for a piece of low rected. lOco 25c,50c sizes.25 years success.
-- Vital in
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and more it looks as if Fer- '-. comedy. This is the third flicker cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous
f. dinand Eberstadt, the Wall Street that has earned rebukes for the Black and White Skin Soap daily.

f: broker, is becoming the most pow- w movie makers. They will soon haveto

'." erful man in the War Production ; start reading the New York reviews t )

k board and one of the most powerful with smoked glasses. They're( Lacking in FeelingHe I
::- in the government. It hasn't leaked 1 k fd too blinding for the naked eye. who has felt nothing does not

yet, but recently he managed 4 L L.v know how to. learn anything.-
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to overrule the vice president of the There's no group as superstitiousas Rousseau. 1
Ir.tout;:. United States, the undersecretary % r show people' They fear more

state, and Lend-Lease Administrator 0t jinxes than a voodoo tribe .

. ;- Ed Stettinius. One of their pet superstitions is that

.t' Some time ago, Eberstadt appointed their colleagues always die in
./ as chief of WPB export pri- threes. It's just happened, again; SNAPPY FACTS :

.' orities, Major Tom Armstrong, of with May Robson, Edna Mae Oliver' ABOUT
is Standard Oil of New Jersey, who and Laura Hope Crews passing f '

. had operated in various Latin Amer- away. Earlier in the year a Holly- I 'I
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:' ican countries Armstrong had been rt, s wood trio died within a short timeof

s' : vigorous in bucking the development v v each other-John Barrymore and :riJtiRUBBER : :

:,", of Latin American governments } T s two producers, J. Walter Ruben- and

s : oil companies, and the Latin Bernie Hyman.

i: Americans don't like him. There- >. & Until restrictions were placed on
i-':, fore, they squawked when they tA. '," y. hs o Brooks Atkinson gave a tender gasoline consumption, tires were
; ,= heard he would now sit in their all- column to George M. Cohan. Bestof than wearing they out were eight being time replaced.fatter

I'; important priorities position where Above: A noontime all was his discussion of "Over We've all heard of wooden tires,
he could decide whether they could, r throng of workers at the There," which was the "themesong" but fares made of concrete have
or could not, receive oil equipment A r.Yl t of the last war. Mr. Atkin- been, .t least in one instance rubber.A substituted .
Calship yards pose for for the Conventional
.: to develop their government-owned son tells you why. "Although 'Over Parker Dam engineer had cast reinforced I 5
Y: industries in competition with Stand- their picture. In the There' has the strangest and most of portable concrete welding tires on machine.the rims
a
:.. ard and private companies. background is a large unlikely tune," said Mr. A., "it is They worked.

Undersecretary of State Welles L pre-fabricated section ofa one of the songs almost any Amer- At the temperature inside a tire
agreed with the Latin Americans, ican can sing on the spur of the Inerea..., the pressure goes up
Liberty ship's prow. but It It poor rubber economy to
'r and protested to the President. So ;vxw moment. 'It is a perfect expressionof "ble.d" or let the air out of the
did Vice President Wallace of the t a. Left: A Liberty ship a popular emotion" What tire when It It hot.To do to meant
under-lnflatlon-and rubber wastewhen
BEW, and also Stettinius, who buys goes to swell the ranks more could you ask of a war song? the eating cooli.

lend-lease oil equipment for Latin of the Victory Fleet. So far there have been good ditties In 1911 a tire for the then popular
American governments. i for the service branches-Air Corps, make of car COlt the motorist$25.30

.., As a result of these protests, e J iII Marines, etc.-but nothing for the parable and gavo tire about for 2500 tho union.present A com-day

;, Roosevelt ordered Donald Nelson to civilians to get hot about Mr. popular makes of cars can bo had t
(with ration certificate) for about
dismiss Major Armstrong. However Cohan knew how to stir up people.He $15. Properly handled it will return
1.- Eberstadt in effect has over- ,might have spun out another close to 25,000 miles of service.FGoodrjh.

\. ruled the President. He insisted that "Over There." For that reason,

\. Armstrong remain. And he is still and too many others, he died too
on the job. 4 '
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r C. Mrs. Roosevelt, looking from an their daiquiris, wishing the war
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airplane 'on the new marble struc- : na would end and things get back to
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;: ture known as the Jefferson Memorial ; normal. What's normal? ."

t remarked, "I doubt if Jefferson ; That's when the Stock Market fell I
r would have liked to .
see money 4 on its kisser and bankrupted every- fit
.f spent that way." ,, body who's anybody That's
; <[ There are already 225,000 appli- -4 when Bundists strutted in Madison
:< cations on file for commissions from Y s"w Square Garden and challenged the

:: civilian life. a of it .
,, a law to }make something
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r'. C. Except.-for a few rare specialists, That's when people lived in tar pa-
''r: the only route to a commission nowadays per shacks and peddled' apples on

f is to get into the army as a I Twenty-four-hour shift prevails as three the corner That's when the 1S G
private, then attend an officer can Liberty ships are preparedfor dust storms shooed okies all over
: didates school. launching at a West Coast shipyard. I \\4.'
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"Now then, can you repeat the the penguin? .
1 exact words in which the.prisoner 2. What is the binnacle on a The Answers J

'. llljl'II *s.:::fii s confessed. to you to taking the ship? 1. The Antarctic region. i'
pig?" asked the counsel. 3. What country was called"Seward's .
2. The
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The'judge tried to simplify the Rushmore memorial in South Dakota 4. Four-Washington, Jefferson,
I question: "Did the prisoner say, ? Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt.

r 'He took the pig,' or did he say, 'I 5. What king of England signedthe 5. John. That Magna Carta laid .
I t took the pig'?" Magna Carta in 1215 a foundation for English political ':,

l f': "Oh, no, your honor, he said 6. What is called the root of all and personal liberty.
t- that he took. it. Your honor's evil? 6. The love of money.

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r : Pattern 7383 contains directions for 14 bacco. Great gift favorites for past "

-- articles; materials required; designs Christmases, of course, have been, :. 0

rI' Fill the Christmas Cookie Jar! where send your needed.order To to: obtain this pattern Camel cigarettes and Prince Albert .'"
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(See Recipes Below.) the men in the service, too. .
Sewing Circle Ncedlecraft
Dept.
Camels and Prince Albert big \
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OOKle lreass favorites in all the services..Dealers ,:
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This Week's Menu cover cost of mailing) for PatternNo. are featuring Camels in the ;:,
:,-' Festivity reigns in the home where Broiled Liver and Onions gift-wrapped Christmas Carton or .
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:.' tas. 'PotatoesGrapefruitOrange Name ............................... box of four "flat fifties" ((200 cigarettes ,

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Have a'few fruity
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and honey cookies sheet in a moderately hot (375-de- 'f4 is recorded that Noah's Ark QUINTUPLETS t
along with the gree oven. About 15 minutes. Thin,
,was built of gopher wood but it is
real sugar cookies and you will win wafer-like cookies are made by relieve coughing of h
1- every youngster's fondest affection. chilling the dough first, then rolling only of late years that anythinghas

You'll want to pack boxes, too, thin, and lifting shapes onto cookie been known of this particulartree. !
to send to that son at camp, pert tin with spatula. Its botanical name is Tor- CHEST COLDS

haps, if he is not too far, and also You'll find plenty of the victory reya, and the odd thing is that it '.

for the one who is home on fur- vitamin, B-1, which nourishes nerve has been ,found in Florida, and in this good old reliable way! .

lough, or for those nice neighborswho tissues in oatmeal. This plus iron k ; California. Varieties are also Whenever the Dionne Quintuplets catch .'
just moved in. for your blood and proteins for perk- ; found in China and Japan, and cold-their chests,throats and backs are i

k Come, join the cookie parade with ing up worn-out tissues-and good Asia Minor. immediately a product made rubbed especially with Musterole-to promptly
r the first Christmas goody on our list: flavor besides are found in this relieve coughing and tight sore aching!;
The
Honey Butterballs. cookie: Gopher-tree an evergreen chest muscles due to colds-it actually "
which grows to a height of about helps break up local congestion in the ,)
(Makes 30 to 40) 'Oatmeal Drops. 50 feet. The wood is yellow in upper bronchial tract, nose and throat. .-.
1 cup buttercup Z cups 3-minute oats Musterole gives such wonderful results --
J/4 honey 1.,cup. corn syrup color, hard and'->>durable/ Its sap : because.it's what so many Doctors and '-1
gives off a strong odor resemblingthat Nurses call a modern counter-irritant. .,:[
2 sifted 'flour Ys flour
cups cup of green tomatoes, so the treeis Since it's used on the famous "Quints"you ','
1/2 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon soda dissolved in
often called the can be sure it's just about the .!'
2 teaspoons vanilla 4 tablespoons boiling water 7383AN "stinking ce BEST cold relief you can buy :
2 cups finely chopped nuts Vz teaspoon nutmeg dar. The Torreya is now so rare IN 3 STRENGTHS: Children's Mild, -
1 APRON for Sueslippersfor : that it would be impossible to collect Regular and Extra Strength.
chopped raisins
II Cream butter cup
add honey flour,
,
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mother-a 'decorated tray enough of its timber to builda
salt and vanilla. 'Mix well and add Bring to a boil in a saucepan, craft'the
for the bride-these and size of the Ark.
chopped nuts. Form into small ballson the corn syrup, shortening, and raisins new many gw
other delightful gifts are yours to In Florida it is protected'by law,
a greased baking sheet and bakein and cook for
and cannot be cut down without
a. moderate oven (350 degrees) 5 minutes, theni7a "
for about 35 minutes. Roll in pow- add soda. Mix in special leave.Naturally .

dered sugar while hot. Cool, then f c i oats, flour and
roll again in powdered sugar. \ J nutmeg. Blend I Floating Ice I Easing the Burden
to be
0 want
1.\ you sure The load becomes light which is
well
Have you ever watched the face and drop by the gift you send your service man cheerfully borne.-Ovid.
of a child light spoonfuls on a will be
N Ice floats because, unlike other appreciated. According to
up when he picks f;,) o: : :: c--",; greased and substances, when water reaches recent surveys, cigarettes are
i and chooses his floured baking 'freezing point it ceases to contractas foremost on the service man's gift
SHELBYSHARPER
sheet 2 inches SHAVE with
favorite Christ- I apart. Bake in a hot
list with
p cold things usually do, and in- Camels first:of all accord-
((375-400-degree) oven for 10 min
mas-y shaped ing to Post and Canteen
; Exchange
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I. ,explicably starts to expand. This, I
cookie with his 1e.J' utes. sales records.he smokes a pipe, 1 'T,1iP !
makes it lighter and
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Discourse, so PhP
favorite colored Raisin Bran Ginger Snaps. 'i / jJ
tA. ,it floats to the surface, because send him a pound of the National tM / '
sugar? Here's the (Makes 4 dozen) Joy Smoke-Prince Albert Smok- 4 SHARPER
remain the
its mass must same.
1 sifted
recipe: cup flour ing Tobacco. Special holiday gift BECAUSE
A'teaspoon soda If water did not expand when it
Old-Fashioned wrappings make these gifts par-
Sugar Cookies. THEY'RE
1A teaspoon salt turned into ice the seas and lakes ,Take
attractive.
(Makes 3 ticularly your
dozen)
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I teaspoons ginger would be permanently frozen, ex- choice of the Camel Christmas
Vz cup shortening Vz cup molasses ;cept for a few feet of water at Carton or the Camel "Holiday double edge i'
1
1. cup sugar 6 tablespoons butter |the top, ,for only' the surface re- House" of four "flat' fifties" (200 oreingbed9eforOC
2 egg 2 cups raisin bran ;ceives the heat rays of the sun, cigarettes either way) or the
% flour
# cups
% teaspoon salt Sift dry ingredients once, then sift I Viand ice that had sunk would never pound canister of Prince Albert.
again. Combine molasses and shortening (ithaw. Your dealer is featuring them as Manufactured and guaranteed by
2 teaspoons baking powder Federal lazor Blade Co., N. Y.
Vz c\ip milkteaspoon and bring slowly to a boil. Hard on the fish! gifts sure to please.-Adv. I

V vanilla extract Boil 2 minutes, stirring constantly. I
Cool to lukewarm. Add raisin bran
Cream shortening and sugar. Add and, mix well. Add flour mixture, a.CtxSvyS. :; : ., ':Y {f ?>fretKM17J<,.as Y >;w3i: y .'. / f
egg and beat in well. :Add sifted working it thoroughly into dough.

dry ingredients alternately with Chill until firm. Roll on a floured I' I The "TZONETaste and Throat-is the .
milk. Cut with floured cookie cut- board, % inch thick, and cut with a 1ZONE"WHERE I -proving ground for cigarettes. Only your taste :
ter and
sprinkle with white
or col- THE -
floured cutter. Bake on a greased o end throat can decide which cigarette tastes ;;g
ored sugar. Bake on a greased baking sheet in a moderate (350- *;: best to you..and hovr it affects your throat. IJ J

i degree) oven for 10 minutes.A For your taste and throat ere individual to

lacy, delicate cookie are these I# you. Based on the experience of millions of ,
Lynn Says: pecan crispies-perfect for making Y CIGARETTES 4 smokers, vro believe Camels will suit your i.y. .
The Score Card: Get into step in the winter: T-ZONE" to a "T.- Prove it for yourself! a
with the meat-sharing program Pecan Crispies. ARE -JUDGED y t

now-it's your assignment. Stuff- (Makes about 35 cookies) J. ,
ings are advised as good extenders 2 tablespoons butter

as are stews, meat pies, meat 2 cups brown sugar r

,, loaves, soups, turnovers and cur- 2 eggs, well beaten

ries.Liver 1 teaspoon vanilla
need not be included in icup pastry flour '"Walld TUlde" ,
fr the 2V -pound adult allowance, 1 teaspoon baking powder two-way ; FIRST IN THE SERVICE
I nor need the cold cuts, heart, iV teaspoon salt portable radio- i.
sweetbreads, kidneys and other 2 cups coarsely chopped speeds front-lia. With men in the Army, Navy, Marines, and CoastGuard
,. entrails. Cream butter and sugar.pecans Add communicationa h> the favorite cigarette is CameL (Based on actual

Spices will be on the slender eggs and vanilla. Mix thoroughly sales records in Post Exchanges and Canteens.)

side from now on, but you can and add flour, baking powder, salt
, still have the best tasting food, and pecans. Drop half-spoonfuls
ever, with domestic herbs and apart on a buttered and floured tin.
seasonings. You'll also enjoy Bake in a hot oven (400 degrees). CAMELS C I ji
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emulsion flavors for baking and Cool slightly before removing from

dessert-making. They come in FOR ME THEY
wild almond pan.Does 5
cherry, maple, lemon the whipped
cream get sulky? The
J". on, .and a grand citrus combination. cake fall at the crucial moment? The table SUIT ME TO A 'T'ALL

decorations look fat and pointless? Explain :
Vegetables that are tops on your problem to Lynn Chambersand :; 4 ALONG THE 44: .

your list for wintry days include she'll tell you what to do about it. s? fb ; ::
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, the Hubbard and acorn squashes, Write her at Western Newspaper Union, LINE
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PACK EIGHT THE CLEWISTOX NEWS FRIDAY DECEMBER 4, 1942
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County Agent OustedIn l gram. It would take months of Lauderdale for all 1943 officers of I II her tour of England and some of :send applications for certificates to
preparation before they could be- clubs in the district. Elected officers ,| those she met expressed their ap- Detroit or Tampa and many have

Move Of gin production on so large a scale. from the Clewiston club who t'preciation for Red Cross garments II not yet received a reply. Without I
Economy Therefore the Red Cross was ask- will attend will be W, C. Owen,:|r from America. them they could not operate except ,

.1' ed to do it-not just to "keep the,! president, Hub Spooner, vicepresident -]i I under a temporary arrange-
CommissionersHendry
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County woman busy" but as a definite I Bill Martin, secretary and Ward To Help Truck ment. The certificate states how-
J clean-cut need and obligation to be probably ,two of the directors not much gasoline a trucker is to receive -

I met. yet named. ..
( County News) Owners Get GasolineHendry
Following a program of strictEconomy : It is estimated that this great Emergency rations will be deducted ,
:I Surgical Dressing program which from the permanent certificate
the board of 'county com-. Car Breaks Store'sPlateGlass
iniissioners Tuesday voted to dispense j i is now under way: will continueI ( County News)

with the services of a county'i I through the winter, and reach WindowA Truck owners who pave not received Cane Field Rats
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maximum production by March or their certificates of war
The board ,
1.
=:agent, effective Jan. lY
:made it clear that the county lacks' April, that it will then taper off I necessity or who have received the, -Being Exterminated
to the.1 I during the summer months and wrong certificates or made out in
funds support
the necessary car owned and driven by Leon
the speed up again next Autumn. Surgical error, may apply at the office of .
'office, which means paying Albritton, and -
of Lakeport, an em-
I County
dressings are now being sent Agent D. H. Ward who
Agent's salary. ployee at Riddle Field, failed to will "Kill the dirty rats!". That's
to Russia.-The Volunteer. give assistance to applicantswith
D. H. Ward has held the office I stop when Albritton attempted to the ration board in obtaining the battlecry of the poison squadof

;for .Hendry County for the past two park in front of the Clewiston Dry emergency gasoline rations. the U.. S. Sugar Corporation
.years and commissioners agreed his i Rules For Community Goods Store Monday and broke out Several
truck which
owners have reported has been carrying on its own
work, was satisfactory. "We simply two sections of the big plate glass
: must cut expenses" said board'!I Center Recreation RoomThe windows. cates and receiving others said incorrect they have certifi-not I private war_ here, against field rats
member Jim Maddox in making for the past eleven years.
Albritton had no explanation for )'et"received any certificate. Dec.
the motion, which received a sec- the accident other than that his 1 was the deadline for trucks to I In 1931 mo're than 31 per cent
oad by G. E. Etherton, and carried. recreation room will be brakes failedto- hold when he !lof the /
get
open Wednesday evenings from gas without the certificate of cane sugar stalks were damaged -
Another: Item of expense whacked on drove up to park war necessity. I
by rats, and
checks
in the 7:30 to 10:30 p. .m., on Friday of some
off the monthly payroll The ration office in the court I fields showed the
effective evenings from 7:30 to 11:00 p. m., damage ran as
""cut to- the, bone" program the $25, a- and on Saturday evenings from New BowlingContinued house will aid truck owners in the high as 75 per cent. Today, when
Jan. 1, was
7:30 to 11:00 p. m. emergency, :or those in difficultymay sugar is needed for ammunition anda
fund
mouth from the publicity; contact the county agent's of- sugar-short nation
the
damageis
contributed to the On Friday evenings all men (and
has been
which
( from _Page 1)) fice. less than 1 per cent.
Hendry County Chamber of Com I' boys) will be expected to pay 25c.,
merce. The motion was by Ether- The money thus collected will be the tournament. The "S" cards, on which com-I The year-round poison squad,

ton, seconded by George L. Poole. used by the person in charge for American League teams are the mercial vehicles have been operat- composed of 30 'men and women;

It was also voted to discontinue a]I playing the records on the music Research, Real Estate, Eagles (of- ing, are no good beginning today has brought the rats under control

'temporary increase of $10 a month machine. On Wednesday and Sat- fice), Hawks (office), Grease Mon- and filling station men have been I with poison "torpedoes." Alkaloid ,...

'on salary; to John L. Hall, county urday evenings there will be no keys (PMS), Nut Busters (PMS) I ordered not to accept any more strychnine and thallium sulphate -

supervisor of registration, and his flat charge. .' Juniors and Sugars (Women). i lof them. Instead, truckers must are alternately' used in paraffin
National League teams will be get new T ration coupons. The I torpedoes and distributed throughout -
_p3.yViIl stand at $40 per month Each evening' the recreation room
:a.1"heretofore, effective Jan. 1.lotion in open the host or hostess in I known by the resounding titles of ration board is supposed to issueT the fields.. The rats eat the

was by Maddox, seconded by charge will designate two girls Crushers, Boiling House Gators, coupons only if an owner has torpedoes and barn, that's the end
Wheeles Wonders, Sugar Daddys, his certificate. of the rats, Jay W. Moran, vice-
therton. whose duty it will be to clean up
Dolittles, Lab Hot Shots. Two of Owners in this area have had to president of the company, said.It's .
kitchen wash all glasses that
'There will be no community the ,
the N. L. teams headed by John I
'Christmas tree this year for the have been used, and leave every-
Lucaa and F. W. Mueller have not
first time ,In 12 years In years thing in good order. A list will chosen names for their teams. .. ;
past: the P.-T. 'A. and Woman's Club be posted in the kitchen of the
have sponsored'' the tree and the girls who have worked, and if pos-

couuly boarf'has contributed most sible 'to avoid it, no girls will be Red .Cross

of the funds" This season it will called on twice during the same YOUR

5be ,different. There is no money, month. ..
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tile board said, to contribute the The recreation room is yours and (Continued from Page 1)) y SY r wr n :' Jy/ K > fight too!
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usual $60 to LaBelle which includes open for your amusement. Take needy. r,I xA A.rc/ra
Denaud, $60 to Clewiston the same care of the room and Since February of this year, the I 'vj. rU
and< ''$'45 'to ''Felda for gifts of toys I equipment as you would in your chapter has made and shipped a PP' Trr>k rNJ : / .f.l w J4r BUY,U.S.

and books candies, fruit and nuts, own home.Beardsley. total of 87'' men's sweaters, 25 wo /
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hichwa donated the past several men's sweaters, 9 children's sweaters ct WARBOnDS

years. No appeal was made for Installed As 12 knit 2 year size suits, 21 '

funds for a tree and none was afghans, 1 muffler, 1 beanie; 61 (
granted I II children's convalescent robes, 13 r
Of Kiwanis
County Tax Assessor Dennis jLieut-Gov. men's convalescent robes, 37' flan- from income

Small turned over the tax nel rompers, 38 children's pa-

ment roll amounting to $ assess-/I At a district organization meet jamas. A large portion of the ,

to Tax Collector R. N. Miller Friday -.! ing of Kiwanis held in Jacksonville -' men's sweaters and socks were for U.OFFICIAL S. NAVY

after the commissioners in Sunday J. E. Beardsley of our own Army and Navy. The PHOTOGRAPHBUY

Special session voted to accept it. I Clewiston was the only one of the other garments were destined for

I new lieutenant governors installed, War Relief use and many of them

Red" Cross Explains none of the past governors being have During been Mrs.sent to Roosevelt's Britain. Between, Sea Batt/ft. !,',..... ;'!-..' ''< .... '-y
present at the meeting except Herb recent
Need Of Dressings Sawyer of Miami in this district visit to England she visited the
warehouses where American Red
who was present as the new district I
Cross garments from America were.
governor.. It is necessary fori
'On this only to be in I received and 'stored preparatory to
June first of year the past governors present
'(01 Chapters in the entire country order to present their pins to their being distributed. She saw cloth-
ing and other supplies in thousandsof
were making ,surgical dressings. On successor.
October first, 2.264 chapters were There was also a meeting of the bundles destined for persons who

making them. This is the answer board of trustees composed of the I lost their belongings through' Ger-

"Ito the enormous quota asked of the lieutenant governors and the state man air raids.

'Red Cross for this coming year byj[officers. A report showed that they' Much of the clothing seen by YOUR WAR BONDS HERE

*tile War Department. As you know Florida district placed second this Mrs. Roosevelt was part of the

'Red Cross makes the great majority -I( year among the twenty-nine districts -I shipment of six' million garments SALES ALREADY THIS MONTH EXCEED $1,000

of all surgical dressings j of the nation in service activities made by American volunteer work-

needed for 'the Army.. with a total average of ers, including those in Clewiston,

The questions are frequently 375.6 points.. The national aver- and sent for distribution to Britons

asked: "Why does the Red Cross age was 281.5. who' are, air-raid victims. Many of .( II .

make Surgical Dressings? Why Florida took first place in Pub- the garments were for children. It

-- does 'the Army 'not buy them from lic Affairs and in Underprivileged is not only possible but quite prob- .

'the manufacturers?" Children activities but placed fifthin able that some of the garments e.

The answer is simple' It is 'be attendance. made in Clewiston 'were among the
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causethe manufacturers have Mr. Beardsley, as lieutenantgovernor number.
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neither the facilities nor the labor of this district, will conducta Mrs. Roosevelt was introducedto

to undertake suddenly this vast pro- I school next Tuesday at Fort many air-raid victims while on

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