The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 18, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00922
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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'V'OI.u lE 14-NUMBER: : 4

4: \ :HFTEEN MEN LEFT I U.: ,S. COMMISSIONER I i British Killed Cadet Monday Is In I Diston Island Taxes NotPayable o\, ,

THURSDAY FOR HOLDS HEARING, ON Training Accident I Now With BondsChurches !

CAMP LAC Ronald A. Purett, 25, of CI oWhitehurst I

Slough, Buckinghamshire, England, Plan For t Rules On

an advanced flying student at Riddle -

Fifteen Hendry County selectees, States Commissioner' Her- Field, was killed'' about three Christmas Petition FromReynolds
bert E. Giles of Washington was Programs ,
instead of the originally scheduled o'clock Monday morning near the
here from Monday through Thurs- '
twenty-eight, left Clewiston Thurs- field in a routine night flying I
day of this week to hear testimony;
day morning for Camp Blanding for accident.
The first Christmas program next
fiom the defendants in the case of
examination and induction into the Purett a little older than
0 Robert Creech' et al's.. United was- week will be that given by the I
r U. S. Army. States of America in which the the average of the Riddle 'Field Community Church which will begin Circuit Judge George W. White-

: The original call was cut down plaintiffs seek to collect damages: cadets and was one of the few mar- at 7:30 Tuesday evening. This hurst ruled, on Monday of this
thirty- ried He had been married the week, that in the future bonds and
by the order affecting men through the Federal Court of Ap- ones. will be a program arranged by

eight years ,of age or over and by peals for damage alleged to have< only four days before leaving England Sunday School. A decorated.Christmas coupons could not be used for the

l: ,failure of some to report. resulted from improper control of for the United States for Ills: tree will be provided and payment of ,sinking fund taxes in

r Those answering the call. were: lake levels ,by the U. S. Engineers. training. Old Santa will pay a visit at the Diston Island Drainage District fol-

Donald Earl Rover of LaBelle, Elmo The suit 'is several years old and Funeral services were held Wednesday conclusion of the program to distribute lowing a series of hearings which

Harding Powell of Clewiston, last year, 'in March the Commis< morning from Van Petten'sl gifts and candies to the began on October 31 on the peti-

Carl Edwin Malmberg of C LaBelle,, sioner heard testimony from the Funeral Home in Arcadia with ,interment children. tion of W.: H. Reynolds, Fort Myers

.John Harlow Windish, LaBelle,, plaintiff. The plaintiff was also in the Arcadia cemetery] The next evening, Wednesday, bondholder who objected to the use

f.- Estel Milman Dull, transfer from permitted a rebuttal following the< in the RAF plot attended by RAP: I the' school program will be 'gIven of: receivers' certificates for the

Kissimmee, John Pershing Duke, close of defendant's testimony this officers and the members of his; 1 in the auditorium beginning !at payment of debt service taxes.

p transfer from Elkton, Ky., Walter week. Mr.. Creech and Roscoe class. t I eight o'clock: The program *could The district is now in receivership -

' !' Zelner Gilbert, Jr., transfer from Braddock were the only two of several Purett's death came just ten not be given this week but every I s J. M. Couse of Moore Haven

1 :- ,. Madison, N. Jer., Robert Ellis plaintiffs appearing and were days following the death of his: grade in the school will participateand and J. E. Beardsley of ,Clewistou

/' Fountain, Clewiston' Dan Haskell represented by Attorney; Pope of classmate Geoffrey King. a school chorus will give acting as receivers, on appointmentby

I'' Duke, Clewiston, Samuel Laulas Orlando. I -- musical selections.The the circuit court.

,; Lang, Clewiston, Ira Homer Sweeney Baptist Sunday School pro" The Reynolds hearing was called
The hearing involved technical -
Ft. Denaud, William Edward many gram will be given Thursday evening for Fort Myers but it was found
details relative to water con- REPORT OF RATION
Davidson, Clewiston, John Howard trol and some twenty-five or thirty Christmas Eve, at 8:00 at the I that Judge Whitehurst was absent

,. McRee, Clewiston, George Clinton standby church. This will be a Christmas: and could not hear the matter.: The
witnesses were placed on the
: r Bestor, Clewiston, }Halley L. De- the government, the most important BOARD FOR TIRES pageant, "The Star of the World'; parties went on to Sarasota, and

laney, Jr., LaBelle. of which testimony was l with members of the Sunday School Judge Harrison temporarily directed -

!. I Failing to report were Berry given by Charles Schrontz of the reading and acting the parts of the I: the receivers to discontinue this

Booker Touchstone who will prob- district engineer office in Jackson- AND TUBES GIVENMrs. Christmas story 'while a mixed I practice pending insti'uctions'from

ably transfer to Gulfport, Miss., ville. The attorneys for the defendants quartet composed of Mrs. M. A. Judge Whitehurst who was more

a Charles Jacob Easterly of LaBelle were John B. Miller and Thomas, Mrs. Clarence R. Krueger, familiar with the affairs of this
Felda ,Mr. Magee and Rev. H. C. Meador
and James Emory Sumner of District.A .
W. E. Lester of 'Vashington'and R. C. Nowling,, clerk in the '
was'postponed.. will give the musical numbers.
whose induction Frank Sutherland of the FBI tookan office of the Clewiston ration board second hearing on November

i In the group affected by the age important part in the pro- gives this week a report on tire and Santa will also visit the children I 25th dealt with the same question

, .; stipulation were Minzie M. McCall, ceedings., tube certificates given by the board here and leave gifts. I and also had for: consideration a
Charles Morris Lear, Robert Nelson As usual on Christmas Eve the I
". The ,amount of damage soughtby during November and explainedthat petition by the receivers asking J
Waldron of Catholic Church will have midnight < -
Brantley, Fred David
the plaintiffs was not given and if the detailed work involved in : for instructions as to receiving j I
Clewiston James O. Alderman of mass. Father Geary was out
I is probable that this will be the getting out fuel oil coupons had bonds and past due coupons for i
of town this week and it could not
Jacobs Kewana
-LaBelle, Thomas of !
last hearing before the case is given prevented compiling this list for sinking fund taxes levied for 1942.
Ind., Edgar Elmon Warren of Tal- be learned what mass would be
to: the Court of Appeals for settle- publication earlier: At this hearing, it developed thatMr.
lahassee and Alfred Bruner Swannof used but, as always, this service Reynolds' also
attorney ob-
Passenger tires Passenger -
Miami. will be one of the most impressive
The hearing was; held in the tubes: U.' S. Sugar Corporation, of the season. jected to the use of bonds and
Despite the executive order of
Community Center and many en- 19 ; C. E. Miner, beverage inspector coupons 'in settlement of such
December 5 which fur
gineers, former residents of Clew- 1 ; H. H. Turner, electrical taxes. Judge' Whitehurst took the
ther enlistments in the various
: temJ\ol'ary ston, returned from other placesto maintenance man of Riddle-McQay, Mrs. Carlton EmployedBy < matter under advisement until

armed services, a ; plan, give testiiony.Comthi4ee three for obselete tires; U. S. Board briefs could be submitted, and later,
effective until about .February i, Rationing
under date of December 7th with
will glst'i'-i ; : Geological? Survey ,1; Oscar Pratt, ,
permit between
J I ... 'ally.l''f'S' ej fcnairmen: U. S. S. C., 1; John B. Pharis: the objection to use of bonds and
the ages of ,aiuT"JS/ufmake
: for/'payraent} taxes'not
cl 'lt'o6eg
work of
U. S. S. C., 2. Mrs. A. C. n coupons
for voluntary induction. the first of this week as auxiliary being pressed by Mr. Reynolds, an
,This cannot be done, however, Named By KiwaniansW. Truck, bus and tractor tires: U.
clerk in the office of the ration order was signed permitting the
-without the complete, sanction, of S. S. C., one tractor tire; Strick-
board to assist Mrs. R. C. Nowling use of bonds and coupons for pay-
the local selective service board land Lumber Co., 4 tra'ctor; Rid-
chief clerk, in the mass of routine ment of sinking fund taxes ,but
which must file a number of papers C. Owen, Kiwanis president- ile-McKay, 4 bus; City of Clewis- '
business handled by this office. prohibiting the use of receivers'certificates
\ with the Commanding Officerof elect, had charge of the Kiwanis ton, one tractor and one garbage
The office that fuel for that purpose. After
the nearest recruiting station of meeting on Wednesday evening at truck tire; U. S. G. S., 2. Truck announces
oil coupons are being mailed to signature, the recording and; effectiveness -
the service for which the reg- which. time he named his new com- and bus tubes: 'Strickland LumberCo.
: consumers rapidly possible of this order was'"with
istrant has volunteered. Registrantsmust mittee chairmen for 1943 and 'gavei ., 4; City of Clewiston, 1; Clew- as as
and all will be delivered at an: held upon instructions from Judge
pay own expenses in travellingto talk, directed largely to these iston Fish Co., 1 ; U. S. G. S., 1; '
early date. People are asked not Whitehurst until a full rehearing
and from recruiting stations. chairmen, on their duties for the Riddle-McKay, 4; City of Clewis- ,
: to call at the office for these cou- could be had on the entire matter.
rear and aims of the club during ton, 2.Obselete. ,
pons. This hearing was on Saturday, De-

' Bingo And Fun Night the year.A tires: H., H. Turner, The number 10 sugar stamp became -I cember 12, set for Monday Decem-
. was'also
.tentative pre- Riddle-McKay. 3. Passenger recaps -
. effective December 16 and ber 14th, by telegraphic notice toMr.
sented to the club to be turned over : James' Melton Harris. 3; on
A Successful Event Beardsley late Saturday and
has value of three pounds.
to: the board ,of directors for approval Oscar J. Shelfer, 3; Oscar Pratt, 2; a 31. phone call to J. M. Couse, and per-
tP will expire January
I and Mr. Owen gave an Interesting John B. Pharis, 4; Sgt. W .C. Spain, The following on explanation of haps notice to some others. The

The entertainment recently at, resume of the Fort Lauderdale Army Air Corps., 4. Truck recaps; shortness of this notice is said to
issued for fuel oil for heat
the Sugarland Park Recreational officers meeting held re- Joe Jones, farmer 1; Herring and I coupons ,have prevented attendance by many
'coupons on
and hot water is given:
'Center, as sponsored by Saint Mar- cently.: Hudspeth, ice dealers, 2. each who desired to attend.At .
left denote ten gallons for
The entire list of'
garet's Catholic Altar Society for committee
this it thatUr.
hearing, developed
unit and those on right the gallonage -
the cadets at Riddle Field, proveda chairmen: will be printed next week.
P.-T. A. To Meet At marked on coupons. Period 1 Reynolds was not pressing his

very excellent party. coupon is good until December 26 objection tp use of bonds and coupons -
The general entertainment included Garden Club Visit for of taxes but the
School On TuesdayThe ind Period 2 until January 23. 1 i payment; ,
Bingo, mixed bridge, and attorney for Clewiston Corporation,
dancing, and the following special- Starts At Owen'sThe Restaurant owners are warned I I which was responsible for creation
that in their'records of customers!
A* ty numbers were presented. MissY Parent-Teacher Association: I or the receivership, stated that his

Joan Erler, accompanied by Mrs. held its December meeting at the served they must include, even those!I views had changed and he was con-

Erler, gave a' dance number, Miss Garden Club visits to decorated school building Tuesday afternoon who purchase only, a coca-cola or 1 I vinced that there is no law to sup-

Carolyn Bryant, a violin solo, Mrs. homes will begin at the 'with Mrs. E. C. Mills presiding.The I package of gum.Seaboard :I s I port the taking of bonds or' coupons -

William Collier a Spanish number W. C.' Owen home, Instead of the Association voted to send or receivers' certificates for

and Mrs. M. M. prewitt enacted a G. B. Rackstraw home as previously five dollars to the Children's Home Service To r sinking fund taxes and that under

humorous reading.Refreshments ''announced. Members and their Society in Jacksonville, as its annual -[ the law, only cash can be received

a of chicken salad visitors are asked to meet at the ,donation to that home, and to< LaBelle DiscontinuedHendry I for sinking fund taxes and only

sandwiches, chocolate cake, ice Owen home Wednesday afternoonat give five dollars 3to the local Amer- cash or evidence of indebtedness

cream and hot tea were served by fourthirty.The ican Legion Christmas fund, which ( County News) for maintenance purposes can be

the ladies of the society. Mrs. meeting will be a visit to goes for Christmas baskets and for The Seaboard Air Line will dw-I received for maintenance taxes.;

t Jack Schopenhauer and Mrs. Gene several decorated homes and will gifts of cigarettes for service men. continue train service between aDelle Judge Whitehurst announced that

Powers were chairmen of the party end at the Stewart home where tea There was some discussion of the< and Alva effective December it t appeared clear that the 1931

committee. The Altar Society will be served by a group of hos- request of the State Defense Coun- 27. Sometime afterwards the 12.09 i Florida Statute under which bonds

gratefully acknowledges the'aid tesses from the club. cil that all school children be pro- miles of track between the two and coupons had been taken ,for
rendered to the entertainment by vided with identification tags and
taxes was already held -
stations will be taken up
the community and wishes to thank TAX ROLL COPY IIKI5K the P.-T. A. will make definite plans; The nearest railroad service to .1 I by the Florida Supreme

sincerely every one for their donations on this matter in January. Prin- LaBelle will be at Goodno, 9 miles Court and that he had heretofore

and assistance. A copy of the county tax- roll for cipal R. W. Turk was named to east of LaBelle, where the Atlantic authorized' the use of bonds and

' this year has been' obtained and head a committee to make plans Coast Line has a freight station coupons for sinking fund taxes only -

: Red Cross Room is being placed in the City Hall'for welfare work among. the school and where the tracks cross highway in the absence of any objectionby

where anyone Interested may inspect children. I 25 running south to Ever- any bondholder and that since

e Closed Xmas Week it at any time during hoursit Mrs J. W. Ezelle- and Mrs. CarlE. glades, or Alva, about the same there is now an objection, it would

was stated this morning by W. Johnson gave readings from the distance west. not be possible to continue this

C. Owen. National Parent Teacher publication t practice and that no law had been

i The Red Cross Surgical Dressing and those present joined In HOSTESS AT LUNCHEON shown him, by any attorney for any

Room in the City Hall buildingwill RECEIVES COMMISSION group singing of Christmas carols. i interested parties which would permit -

be closed all of next week, in ITHE U. S. NAVY Teachers of the third, and fourth Mrs. T. O. Prickett entertainedat it to be done now. He suggested -

observance of the Christmas sea- grades served refreshments at the her home Wednesday with a that to keep up the work

son.The Willard E. Dilley, who applied I close of the meeting. luncheon party. Her guests were in i the district any landowner notable

room will be open the next for a commission in the U. S. Naval I Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. N, V, S.lumford. to pay both sinking fund and

week on" Monday and Tuesday, December Reserve and passed all examina-SlOPPY'CO'l'lIJ! CF.LEBHATESos I Mrs. E. M. Blake, Mrs. ; maintenance tax could pay maintenance -

28th and 29th, for the regular tions incident to the applicationsome TENTH UIRTHDAY W. E. Dilley and Mrs. Charles W. ( separately

hours, and will be closed New time ago last week receivedhis Bing. It is understood that no disposition -

,Year's Day.Beginning. appointment a's' Lieutenantj.g. Skippy Cothern celebrated his --'--' has been made of the peti-

January 4th, the 'full ( .) from the office of Frank tenth birthday Tuesday and Invitee CHRISTMAS ISSUE ion filed by Mr. Reynolds for the
schedule of Monday afternoons,, Knox, secretary of the Navy. The a group of his friends ,in for ice permission to bring suit againstthe

Tuesday and Friday afternoons and appointment was of December 4th cream and cake, and to attend the Our Christmas issue next week receivership on his past due

evenings will again be in effect.If date, and Lieutenant Dilley is movies afterward. Included in the will be printed a ,day early; in order bonds and past due coupons so as

awaiting orders to report for duty. I group were Bob;' Berner, Richard that the force can enjoy the to obtain additional interest therea. -

you are not buying War Bonds His appointment was in the administrative Knight, Jimmy Johnson. Kay Bow- long holiday week-end. We will At the hearing of December

,4,. and(I Stamps you should 'start this department of, the J den, Joe Schroder, Eddie Mus-' thank you now for getting all,,14, the receivers also presented a

I very moment. aviation branch. grave and Ronald Hare. noticesand news items in early. (Continued on Page 8)



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HOUSEHOLD I Playing 4Scrap-the-Jap' 7J .2iiiiiirm I

RO ulk'i< When Johnny comes march-

ing home he plays a new kindof
Do not use a wet or damp cloth 1 cr / '
oa w Ea ON game these days. It's called Stricken .
hot for taking oven. ovenglass dishes from a "Scrap the Jap." Imagine 30-, hospital.Buck-I hear Robinson is back in the }

000,000 little boys and girls Private-Yeah; he took a sudden turn

A teaspoon of vinegar in starch Washington, D. C. feeding iron and steel scrap to for the nurse. ,

will prevent the iron from stickingon TWO-FISTED JEFFERS hungry blast furnaces! ;.:.... .
The problem was to give an ex-
garments.* .* Rubber Czar Bill Jeffers lived up Some time ago Uncle Sam ample of a paradox and the student
to his two-fisted reputation when testifying -
A few drops of ammonia will at a closed meeting of the called for a Junior armyandgot wrote "Two D.s." .
in the dish waterif it. ,The
help wonderfully house interstate commerce subcom- usefulness of this

the dishes are unusually greasy. mittee which was probing the need of Junior army is a matter of rec- That's It

.t. nation-wide gas rationing. ord. Take Roanoke, Va., for Teacher-What. is the main crop
Try rolling sausages in coarse'' subcom- of Iowa?
Jeffers bluntly told the a
example. Two hundred thou-
before grilling. Jane-I don't know.
oatmeal frying or mittee, headed by RepresentativeClinton
It prevents them breaking and, P. Anderson of New Mex- sand pounds of scrap collectedin Teacher-What do they. put in

|;they will taste extra good.. ico, that congressional efforts to less than two weeks! Pic- cribs? .

I : block the ''rationing program would tures show the Roanoke "Commandos" Jane-Babies. .-t,

get nowhere."I in action. ..AII
understand the position of you ON THE I

gentlemen, but I want you also to Left: Johnny has a man-size job
rSpecianotice understand mine," said the rubber'' ( FRONT I
administrator. "My job is to carry' + for the duration. He realizes that HOME,

out the recommendations of the his role in the war is a vital one. RUTH YET SPEARS t

o Baruch report and I intend to do it."' I.-.. .-'-'NNZI -"""' "... .,.""...,,.......,.........,.._..,..,.,.,..- .
Jeffers said he hoped to keep the,
,!l '_ r : % DNS yyf err y
nation "on rubber," so we will have fit(r /%% /( BLANKETS are worth their

sufficient transportation for workersin weight in uniforms, so let's
ABOUT COlDSNow war industries. Nation-wide gas Right: Nobody protect them from unnecessarywear

rationing is an essential step in this played hooky, the and from extra cleanings by

direction, he added, "and I'm all day teacher Doris L1 covering the upper edges. A strip .
when colds strike, relieve for it." Jordan explainedhow ; of muslin would do but why not t. '-
miseries with home-proved Vicks '
that The rubber boss was questioned, use a pretty material?
VapoRub closely on whether Leon Henderson, every pupilcan Try to find. a flower print with

I ACTSZIVAY$ was co-operating with him. He replied help win the pastel tones and then bind the protector

,. that it was difficult to be the' war. These Roanoke in bias tape that will repeatone

ONCE.. price administrator and also handle youngsters were of the flower tones. For blan-

liT rationing, since the two things are quickly mobilized, kets 72 inches wide, two yards of
j contradictory. As price chief, Hen-
It PENETRATES to bronchial '
upper along with some B1ASo
tubes with soothing medicinal derson was supposed to protect the '
: vapors. It STIMULATES chest and public, while as rationing directorhe other 30,000,000young 1 ,
back surfaces like a warming is depriving the public of some- Americans.
poultice. And what's more, it ,
thing, Jeffers explained. 1 ; ro I
keeps right on working for hours- rhy i
even while you sleep! Several members of the subcom- "w x js II
Just rub throat;chest and back mittee continued to fire leading ques- IN PROTECTOR
with good old Vicks VapoRub at tions about Henderson, hoping Jef- + ra' 1 1 'yqqvtxr vhly ;t EDGE-SHORT I

bedtime. VapoRub goes to work fers would take a poke at the OPA STITCHES IN \
Instantly to relieve coughing BLANKET
spasms, ease muscular sorenessor I boss. They pointed out that, it was r I I36inch II
tightness. It invites restful, Henderson who had initiated the
comforting sleep. And often by nation-wide gas rationing program
morning most of the misery is I and that the rubber administration '
gone. Try VapoRub's special I i :r
2-way action tonight! When a I and the Office of Defense Transportation Y ,. A
cold strikes,be sure you use time- I were forced to go along, ff,1 STITCH BASTING SLIP- .>'%'
tested Vicks VapoRub. I whether they approved of the pro- I I
gram or not. material will make two

"I guess you were the victim ofa protectors or one, plus trimming (
{ cigar that was too big to be bands for a pair of pillow cases and :

Buried Assets chewed," commented Representative sheet., Five yards of bias tape 't
c' The man who has nothing to' Hatton Sumners of Texas. I will be needed to bind the edges ,

;. boast of but his illustrious ances-' I "What do you mean?" shot back of each protector. The sketch

;:, 'try is like a potato-the only good'' Jeffers. "I can chew a pretty big :z shows how material is basted in

belonging to him is underground.Sir .- one." place with slip-stitching throughthe
p.": .Thomas Overbury. I "You misunderstood Mr. Sum- I I j;; scc .c bindings. In this way they are

.' ners," broke in' L. D, Tompkins, Jef x easily removed Co .. *' for tr t'washing... ;... I,
fers assistant' he meaht
: "By cigar
GETAFTER NOTE-Today's g suggestion Is from
' RHEUMATIC PAlM Leon Henderson." The rubber boss Mrs Spears' BOOK 8 which also contains

:. laughed but made no comment.ADMIRAL directions for more than 30 other gifts and,
With a Medicina that will Prove Itself things to make for the home. Readers!
If you suffer from rheumatic pain may get a copy of BOOK 8 by sending,
0; or muscular aches, buy C-2223 today DARLAN & their order to:
t\. ':for real pain-relieving help. 60c, $1. Co-operation with Admiral *
;:. C-2223 at 'druggists. Caution: Use
;:.. only as. directed. First bottle purchase continues to cause controversy inside MUS. RUTH WVETH SPEARS :

f:. price refunded if not satisfied. the cabinet and among the war Bedford Hills Drawer 10 New York r

chiefs. l a
t! Nr
: .. Fool Wise Admiral Darlan's support saved Enclose 10 cents for Book 8.'r ,
f..> There is no greater fool than the priceless time and even more price- Saturday's a holi- Name ............................... ;

4' man who thinks himself wise; no less lives.members. But it of had its difficulties. day for most of the Address .............................
f.f', Many the European underground r.;: small'
one is wiser than he who suspects nation's fry.

f': he is a f Marguerite de-Valois. I which had been working But, for the kids
Ij j j with us against the Nazis in the occupied -
countries threw up their shown in the picture

hands and got extremely skeptical above, it's fat collec-

t-tiENiiiSHis:: .about future..playing ball with us in the- tion day. As part of 11

I their collectall
However, there is definite evidence job they

f ', that Darlan, though an opportunist, fats and greases
If suffer from hot I
you flashes, d1zzii"C' -
Y ness, distress of "Irregularities", are several months ago was ready to s'C from local house
: weak, nervous Irritable, blue at co-operate with the United States if wives. From'here the
:. I times-due to the functional there was any promise that we
k< "middle-age" period In a woman's fats are sent to a ren- I
f'; 0 life-try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- would really set up a second front. I
.L tablo Compound-the best-known Now that we have used Darlan, dering plant, where 4

('..' made medicine especially you can buy women.today that's some people want to throw him over- precious glycerin is

. Plnkham's Compound has helped board immediately. But the weak- derived from it. Children Like This Better
thousands thousands __ t'
upon of women ness of Hitler is that he breaks
i- toms.to Follow relieve label such directions.annoying symp-Pink- agreements overnight. Our strength I Left: Door-to-door Way To Take Cod Liver Oil!

t ham's Compound Is worth trying is that we don't break agreements. I salesmen for Uncle
t Mothers-children! need the vital
L.,;:, However, we are now in the dilemma k4 Sam, these youngsters
elements in Scott's Emulsion to help
of breaking a tacit agreementwith bY S, 3 scour their neighborhood -
the anti-Vichy group made ear promote proper growth, strong
lier, or breaking with Darlan now. for scrap, metal bones, sound teeth! So give them I

and rubber good-tasting Scott's Emulsion dailythey're ,

We Can All Be TIN CAN COOPERATIONThe sure to like it. Tones up
Washington .t; n./ ,'fGh .t'Njc.b19;yfw', S. system. Contains natural A and D
Merry-Go-Round ry. ) ob< rWi(iV? a '
EXPERT'BUYERS salutes Milltown, N. J., for its tin \'ti,' ,''' {k 'r?; % Vitamins. Buy today-all druggists.
can exchange I J< 6
I plan. >Recommended by Many Doctors ,
in Washington have been

pulling and hauling over the tin can 1 I
collection problem., There were

'wrangles over de-tinning facilities, I
{ O In bringing us buying Information,at and ,other wrangles over the best dOne

r. ,to prices that are being asked for methods of collection. In New York

s, What wo Intend to buy, and as to the city, cans came in so fast, the dirty I
f.:. quality wo can expect,the advertising mixed with the clean, that detinning
columns of this newspaper perform a plants couldn't handle them, and
; Thing Well Done
worth while service which saves vs Mayor LaGuardia / ,
was forced to Jc yaw
I V. Do one thing rather than dabble\',
'- many dollars a ',
year. revise the -
campaign.Meantime '
: 0 It Is a good habit to form,the habit the borough of Mill- 4 J !:: In forty. t' '1UBla

i", .' of consulting the advertisements every town, population 3,500, has instituteda !
time we make a purchase, though we plan of its own which makes Washington IRRITATIONS OF
I have already decided lust what we sit up and take notice. It is
want and where we are going to buy called the "can-for-can hi 'SJG 'v
It.It gives us the most priceless feeling ." If a housewife exchangeplan. }r, yxt ;' pimples, bumps (blackheads), and
In the wants to buy ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve
world the feeling of \
adequately being a can of soup, she must bring along : : : I miseries with simple home treatment.
prepared. a prepared empty ; Goes to work at once. Direct action aids
can to be
0 When sur- ____ healing by killing: germs It touches. Use
we go Into a store,prepared rendered in exchange. If she has .- .' 4Lf Black and White Ointment only as di.
beforehand with knowledge of what is no empty, she must pay two cents _______ rected.lOc,25c,50c sizes.25 years success.
offered and at what price,we as ? Money-back guarantee. tVital la
go extra
for the new can. J cleansing Is famous
$ : good soap. Enjoy
r an expert buyer,filled with self-confl- j
" A prepared can is one which has Black and White Skin Soap daily.
dence.lt Is a pleasant feeling to have, .
cleaned and flattened
the with
feeling of adequacy.Most of the '
unhappiness In the world can be tracedto both ends and the label removed. In EII ---Only-
a lack of this feeling.'Thus advertising this form, cans can be shipped economically
shown another of Its manifold- I and de-tinned efficiently. "The navy appreciates your backing," Ensign Andrew Blair, VSNR, GOOD MERCHANDISE 1

f facets-shows Itself as an aid toward Note: Milltown, near New Bruns- tells the Junior Commandos at the rally which opened their scrap cam :
:; making all our business rttatlonshipt wick in the center of the state is These their brothers in the
youngsters are truly helping big
more secure and pleasant. not to be confused with Leon) Hen- Can Be CONSISTENTLY Advertised'
derson's home town of Millville in armed forces by ,scouring Roanake and ,the surrounding country foi .
south Jersey. I much needed salvage materials. \0'

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1.1 f it. UNIFORM IMPROVED INTERNATIONAL' IM1LE Many of Him to a Few a

d r Orson Welles, of "Citizen Kane"
ti ,: | fame, once gave a small town lec- gtZf:
SUNDAY (Lesson ture. There were but few listenersand
/ no chairman present. So he
up and introduced himself in the We Offer the 23rd Psalm ,
Moodv Bible Institute of Chicago. Of the Sea Curious Lad following fashion: Our language, used by an artist, .;
f'f'y: by Western Newspaper Union.) Dickie-Can I have any kind of Golfer-Dear, dear. 'I'm certainly "I am a director of plays," he can produce something as grandas
sea food I like? not playing the game I usedto said. "I am a producer of plays.I anything heard at a symphony
Lesson for December 20 Mother-Yes, dear. What. shallI play! am an actor on the legitimate concert. An example: Lincoln's
l order for you? Caddie (disgustedly) What stage. I am a writer of motion Gettysburg address.
Dickie-Salt-water taffy.A game was thPrime? pictures. I am a producer of mo-
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected -
k people are a delight,
and copyrighted by International tion pictures. I am a motion-
r Council of Religious Education: used by line Condition and often an object of envy.
girl must draw a some picture actor. I write, direct, and
permissions You haien't looked well for !
J 1" where-if only over an eyebrow. so years act for the radio. I am a magi- We delight to indulgently smile
"Its the exercise I get, tossing in bedat
i THE BIRTH OF JESUS night worrying about business" cian. I also paint and sketch. I over the peculiarities of the
N Miss Fortune am a publisher. I' am a violinist friends we love.
G ,'. LESSON TEXT-Luke 2820. "Fortune knocks at least once The way some secretaries type and a pianist. Isn't it a shame The only fun worth having is the kind
r' I;. Jesus GOLDEN: for TEXT-Thou he shall save shalt his call people his name from at every man's door." the boss' letters is a triumph of that there are so" many of me andso that is still funny when you get up the
;' : their sins.-Matthew 1:21. "But her daughter called on me." mind, over mutter. few of you? next morning.
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r How shall we keep Christmas this
4 year of our Lord 1942? That is a : :

Jr'. question which is pressed home top cL -;
all of us by trying circumstances, k
:: growing wickedness-yes, by countless ;

things which try to..tell us that
:, there just is not any use to try tot
t keep Christmas as usual this year.

t Well, then let's make it unusual!
{' Let's have it more genuinely Christ- L
' i,;: mas-like than ever. That's what we
and this weary world need. The t ;4 : :
way to do it is to make this more

;' than ever a Christmas centering t' 'ci ... .
.,. Christ. Doing that will mean that 1\"N 4 S t.

IF this year we will '. \ ,'f.
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I. Keep Christmas With Joy ( :
f. :' 8-10).
r.: "Merry Christmas" may sound a
(; little flat and empty this year, for rs
!. there may be little to create merri-
ment. "We wish you happiness at
> Christmas!" will probably not fit
t V very well, because happiness depends -
r7 on what happens-and a good s
a j
-l many of the wrong kind of things
have happened to most (perhaps" all) f/ Aeis
t of us.
f', But joy-that is quite another mat
ter. We do;not tire of the reminder ,;
;' that joy is something which God
gives in the ,heart and which goes
P. so far down into the depths of man's : J4't -(

soul that the surface tempests of '..*I,
;' z,o. life cannot disturb it. Remember 'i!
rr Paul who was "sorrowful" on the ":f 1
in "( I
surface "yet ever rejoicing"
, heart (II Cor. 6:10). :T

f The ground of our Christmas joy ,' '
" is the good tidings of Christ's com- -
" 'ing. That has always been the real D D 1r -'\
\ heart of Christmas joy, but often it 1 1 ;:,
has been obscured by tinsel and "
trimmings. This,year let's get back '"

f. to essentials. '
l And let it be said that this does Y

not mean that we are" going to omit ,.
-. all the precious little customs and
pleasantries which have had their innocent -
part in making this a holiday .
season. No indeed; let us have c

I them ,all, or as many as we can,, .
but make the heart of it all Christian -
r' j joy. '

. II. Keep Christmas With Assurance -'
I 1 (vv. 11-14).
!; With so many other things (manyof
which we had foolishly regarded
!: as permanent and sure) failing us,
l it is a delight to have something
" sure to tie to, and we have it this A
;F Christmas. Christ the Saviour has
I It come!
I Not only do we know that He was
born, lo these many years ago, as


t lives! He was born, died for our
sins, was raised for our justification,
'I ever lives to intercede for us, and ,
, He is one day to come again. The YES-It's true! If your present tires cannot be Speedway. The body of the new Firestone War Tire is

c evidence for all this is plentiful recapped, you are eligible to apply for a certificate to built to outwear several treads and can be recappedfor
i: and satisfying, and gives us abun- buy the new Firestone War Tire whetheryou
, dant ground for the keeping of no matter thousands of miles of extra service.
hold an "A", "B" or "c" gasoline ration book.
Christmas even this year in assur Firestone Non-Skid Tread-famous for

,/ ance. The new Firestone War Tire is now on sale performance and protection against skidding.

III. (Keep vv. 15-20)Christmas., As a Testimony at Firestone Dealers and Firestone Stores. Its Vitamic Rubber-made by adding a new wear-

Having found the Christ, the shep- construction has been tested and proved by more than resisting rubber vitamin, called "Vitalin."

herds "made,known abroad" (v. 17) two years of service. Naturally, you'd expect Firestoneto If your present tires can be recappedbesure
the good news. They returned build the best War Tire that can be built, because' to have them recapped by the Firestone Factory

"glorifying and praising God" ,(v.' Firestone has always been a pioneer in developing new Controlled Method. Firestone has the largest system t

20). I processes and creating new products made from rubber. of recapping shops in America, strategically located to
They, too, lived in a time of great
darkness. They were part of the And with its unequalled background of experience in give you better services This nation-wide system is

people of whom the prophet said: building tires that successfully withstand the most strictly supervised and uniform in workmanship. For

r "The people that walked in dark- gruelling tests of durability and safety,it is not surprisingthat longer mileage, bring your tires to us for recapping.
ness have seen a great light: they Firestone is building a War Tire with such exclusive
that dwell in the land of the shadowof features as: COME IN AND SEE IT!The new Firestone
death, upon them hath the light 'Tire is now ready for the car owners of America. Your
shined" (Isa. 9:2). That light ,was Safti-Lock, Gum-Dipped Cord Body same nearby Firestone Dealer or Firestone Store will be
r Christ, the "light of the world." construction that has made Firestone Tires so strong, glad to help you make out an application for a tire

There could be no more appropriate so safe, so durable on the road as well as on the rationing certificate. r
time to testify to the world
whose lights have failed, that we
keep Christmas because it tells of
' the coming into this world of the % PROTECT YOUR TIRE MILEAGE I 6.00-16
y unfailing Light, the One who said
! of Himself: "I am the light of the Vresfone WAR TIRE

ti world" (John 9:5). d u S PROTECTORS SIZE LIST PRKE 2 5
t The writer of these notes does not
often hear from his readers, scat- '. For longer mileage and greater safety, 4.40/4.50-21 9.90
tered all over the continent (yes, equip every tire with a Firestone Life 4.75/5.00-19 9.95
"' Protector. This amazing double 5.25/5.50-18 11.10
and in foreign lands), but he counts
chambered tube keeps your tire 5.25/5.50-17 12.20
them all as his friends. He prays inflated In event of a puncture or a 6.25/6.50-16 16.65
for them, and counts ''it a joy to fr blowout, so that you can stop safely 7.00-15 17.80
serve them through these lessons.So without cutting or slashing the precious 7.00-16 18.25
since they are his friends, he tire. Any certificate for a new tube
I says to every one of them who sees entitles you to buy a Life Protector.
these lines: "May God make thisa

clouds blessed of trying Christmas.circumstances Thrcugh may the ,. : : < :" .-.. < ; ..ro-'" J"r"j: ; : ., .: < .:: :-t, .

you clamor see of His this face.world Above may the you noisy hear t"i t.. ,tQn. ieiAJt, .IR, ,$! .. :. ,,:..,"'ton'S.lCUUS', ,

the angel's song. And the I' -- -
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The Clewiston News a "Son In Service" pin as a rift,I 6:30-Junior Christian Endeavor'gift" of His Son. ",>, ; L."t I. Come, join us in worship and ,in'f f
and now finds that it should read -Carline Berner, leader. I
another- Tuesday evening at 7:30 the'Christmas fellowship Make this your church:'
in Service" boy '
"Sons 7:30-Evening Woiship. Carol I tree an'd' 'program*': I
went into the army on the 15th. Members will be received at the! >#
Published every Friday In Clew let on, by the Sunday School will
singing. "
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, And the boy will have to lay aside 'I i Communion service the first Sun'
be held in
the church. ,Santa '
Inc. the tie till he gets through wear- The worship service Sunday: evening day of January.
be present'with 1
ing Uncle Sam's uniform. Per- will be devoted to singing gifts for the 'bQs,1. ,
KEATHLEV: BOWDEX.: Editor haps he can start a ,hope chest with carols. We all love; these familiar I and girls. .' 7 ;, i
civilian clothes. Christmas hymns and will enjoy, We welcome to the servicesrof FOR RENT-Four-room furnished !
Entered as second class mail matter And in case any of you are worrying joining in singing them In praiseto the church 'all In the community hou (J. See H. C. Jones call I
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office In about what to give the God for his goodness in the who are without a: church home. 19. -
the Act of
Clewiston, Florida under ,. '
1' i
March 3, 1897.Subscription Bowdens for Christmas-just drop \I'
!L around 'with a bit of coffee and :see :\
how welcome the gift will be. The ,
Rate ':.QO Per Year. Hr r
Rates On Application. coffee rationing really struck us at II THE OLD JUDGE SAYS!! ]
Advertising house. We are those
our among .-. _. t ti
who made a full dripolator of
Devoted to the advancement and, wel- coffee each morning and each even- !
fare of Clewis ton and Hendry County. ing and just kept on drinking till I ;
the pot was empty. That was two i r.
cups each, at least. It's funny I \
MEMBER how that becomes a habit before \ ; I
FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATIORAMBLINGS. you realize it. We have, discon- '
M1Q1lAL19AAssoaMIoNN tinued the evening coffee, and by .r
9 o'clock it takes a good deal of
prodding to keep sufficiently awaketo .I 1"0
wrap the last gifts or addressa ,

(..:..: N1..:..:-:N N H:..:..:-:..:N:N: ti-:N:N:":":N:": few more cards, or do any of the I
''j other little chores that pile up this II I
time of year. The coffee supply is
dwindling and we are torn betweentwo \ '
desires-to go ahead as us- tII4I I
By B. B..X. .
ual and enjoy it, and use up the ,
(-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:.. ..:..:..:..:..:--:... ration in a week, or so, or to
stretch it out over the full 'time.
With some cool weather this The other half of the' family wantsto ,
week came the hustle and bustleof use it as usual and then do ( .. I
the Christmas spirit. Christmas without, but I am all in favor of ,..'
mailing is all done, the tree is in stretching it over the full period.Of f.
the yard ready to be set up, and course, we are doing the lat .
before another paper can be issued ter. But no matter what plan we '
old Santa will have come and gone use, we will probably find our- At 'I
another time. selves those cold early January e I p I.. '
mornings getting dressed and r ,
The post office department here rustling! over to the drug store fora :
and elsewhere, reports that many I
cup of coffee.
people responded to the plea to
mail all parcels and cards early,
but that many people did not. In Next week your Clewiston'News _
case, this latter refers to you, will reach you early, for it will I
please hustle over and do your have to be printed a full twenty- I, ,. VN
mailing now-that is, if you expect four hours early. We hope you f
it to' reach its destination by who have notices, or news that "How soon do you leave for camp, Bob?" fellows-real he-men just like you and Bill
Christmas. should be Included will rememberto "Next Tuesday, Judge. Bill and George and George-from good American, homes.
Events happen so fast these turn them in to the office at I are leaving the same time.'We're hoping to Handle themselves well, too.
days, that a little early mailing the earliest possible moment, 1 wind up in a tank outfit." "You know, I've been checking up on it,
sometimes causes misfits. A Tuesday, if possible, Wednesday, if "Well, the way I've seen you handle a Bob, and I've found out that the American
couple ,of cards that we have received not, and only if it is very 'urgent, tractor, Bob, you ought to be right at home army today is healthier, better disciplined, ,..
give new addresses for the will we' take news Thursday, and I In one of those tanks. You're going to like better trained, better taken care, of thanit
folks who are not where, they were then early in the morning. the service-they're a great bunch of fel has ever been in its history. And you can

last Christmas, and already our COMMUNITY CHURCH NOTICES lows. Just last week I went down,to campto take my word for it, Mary, he'll come back "
cards have gone to the old address. see a young nephew of mine and he to you a fine man in great shape. Best of
Perhaps they'll catch up with them 9:45-Sunday School. introduced me to some of his buddies. Fine luck to you, Bob."
by Christmas, at that, since they 'OO-Morning Worship. Ser-
mailed earlier than usual.
were t
mon, "When. Heaven Touched
Conference of Alcoholic Beverage, Industries, Inc.
Jamye Ezelle sent a sister-in-law Earth. .

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Plans Are BRIDGE CLUBS HAVE :MAS EVE. Our church will have I I NOTICE
Wedding CHRISTMAS PARTIES its, annual Christmas program this I I _

'Personals I :rear on Christmas Eve. The pro- I TO WHOM IT !MAY CONCERN:
"'Announced for Sunday
'r I Mrs. F. E. Conkling was hostess gram will be entitled "The Star of I Please take notice that on Tuesday ;
\ .', ; 'January 12th, 1943- at 10 .o'-
J '" Wednesday afternoon to membersof The World" and will be presented clock A. M.. the undersigned will file

;The'. marriage, of Miss Hannah her bridge club at the annual by members of the Sunday School.I a Whitehurst petition ;to. Judge the Honorable of the Geo.Circuit WK
Orr York, daughter of Mrs. James Christmas party. Her living' room This promises to be 'a very impressive Court of Hendry County Florida at :j
was decorated in Christmas greens service, both y ung and his office In theCity of Fort Myers. .
Miss Hannah York spent the Richard York of Pahokee, and Lieutenant ! week-end at her home in Pahokee. ,'James ,Wayne Beardsley, son and other holiday accessories. old will be delighted with it. All be in the Twelfth Judicial may Circuit then of ',
of Mr.- and Airs, James E. Beards- First prize at bridge was won are invited ,to attend. There will Florida undersigned, for an to order authorizing the

The Rev and Mrs. John N. Mont- ley, of Clewiston, will take placeat by Mrs. J. E. Beardsley and ,second be a Christmas tree and we are MIms, a minor child adopt of Nona the age Louise, of

gomery and Mrs. E. W. Durst spent, five o'clock Sunday, December bj> Mrs. ,H. A. Bestor. a guest who looking for Santa Claus' Time will of twelve said years minor, and, to Nona change the name T
Saturday in Mianii.v i. 22th;-"at the Methodist Church in substituted for Mrs. N. V. S. Mum- be 8 o'clock. Hams to Louise WiK ;r
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:1 Pahokee.' invitations are be- ford. The members had an ex- You are cordially invited to all HARVEY C. WILLIAMS

:Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lanier and ing issued locally but all friends change of Christmas gifts, for, which the services" our church and we ,Dec. 11,EDNA 18. 25. ALICE 1942, Jan.WILLIAMS 1, 1943.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Conkling spent had been drawn at an earlier I
of the young, couple are invited to names trust you will 'worship with us regularly 7
Saturday in Miami on business. attend: meeting. ,j"----- -

I Plans for the ceremony were an- Refreshments of'Christmas I FOR RENT-One' furnished room. ,
Lieutenant J. W. Beardsley of the nounced this week. The Rev. FredL. salad, served with a lighted'candle I Inquire at Clewiston Dry Goods '

< University of Florida,' will arrive Martin, Jr., pastor of' the First I on each plate, were served to Mrs Co. ltpd. ,':\

tomorrow for a short visit here. I Methodist Church in Fort Lauder- Bestor, Mis. Beardsley, Mrs. F. Mrs. M. A. ThomasAgent ....:..:
dale, will officiate at the double Deane Duff, Mrs. C. J. Nielsen, Mrs ar "-

Fred I. Hill, of Memphis, a ring ceremony., A program of Otto Larsen, Mrs. W. E. Dilley, ',' ,\
former resident of Clewiston, spent nuptial music will be presented by Mrs W. C. Owen and Mrs. R. C. for AVON Products For Your

c Saturday here on business, and,' Mis.' Frank Osteen, violinist, Mrs Wilson. Box 438 Clewiston HUNTING LICENSE ,"9

greeting old friends D. D. Caudill, vocalist, Mrs. H. C. '.
i I Graham, accompanist, and Miss Mrs. Dave Alston was hostess at for season 1942-43, see ,. '.

Mrs. Connally Nail, Mrs. Boyd T.| Gloria John Dulaney, pianist.The the Christmas meeting of her w.ww.r I{. C. NOWLING 'j
Vorhees, Mrs. Melvin Pape and Mrs. bridge club, which was held on
will be in
bride given marriage Hendry County Motors, Clewiston
Keathley Bowden' ,were visitors In, Thursday afternoon at her home. :.:
by her brother, Van J. York,
Moore Haven Wednesday afternoon Gifts for the annual Christmas gift
( of West Palm Beach, and will be Florist AgencyFlowers '
exchange were piled under a pretty li
I attended by her sister, Mrs. Brown-
. 'f. ,; Miss 'Frances Morgan, Miss decorated Christmas tree. The delivered here at no .
ing Roach :of as matronof :
erine and Mrs A. L. cath-I' room was decorated with poin- extra cost. Other towns, anywhere .
( ,Menges honor;; Mrs. J. M. Harrell of J. M. COUSE 'l
l gan spent .the week-end in Pompano;: and 'Mrs. Hub Spooner of settias, and over the fireplace were I in U. S. ,add ,only cost of II \
hung red socks stuffed with nuts, I telegram, ranging from 20 to '
Palm Beach Counselor and
Jim Attorney Law
Clewiston, as bridesmatrons., at
f I candies and fruits; '''these were taken 55 cent. ::41
Colson and
my ,Margaret Lynn Hopkins Building .
down and given to the guests with MRS. SARAH E. FOUNTAIN ::
Mrs. Anna Farnam, who spent!! Shirley will light candles for the Wednesdays and Saturdays '
I their gifts. Western Union Office :i;
two weeks here with her daughter, ceremony.
'" Mrs.: F. E., Conkling won a tray I 0:30 to 4:00Johnson's I
Mrs. L. J. Pape, returned to her Attending the groom will be his Day Phone 82 '- Night 2791 ;
as first prize, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle a
'f+ home in Moore Haven 'Wednesday. brother Robbins best
Beardsley as
brush as cut prize, and Mrs. H. R. "
-- Ushers will be Dan r> .
man. Beards-
Hall a glass cigarette box and
I Squadron Leader and ,Mrs. T. 0.1) ley, Bruce Beardsley, 'of Clewiston, ash trays as a special 'Christmascut '"
r Prickett have moved from the Browning Roach of Pahokee, and prize. DRESSMAKING, ALTERING, I ,

: Clewiston Inn Apartments to theHenriksen David Jones, of Gainesville. Tuna salad biscuits Fish '
Mrs Ira York will entertain the (
Apartment. I
cake and coffee were served at the
and relatives of the (Near Hurricane Gate) '
--- wedding party close of play to Mrs. J( W. Ezelle, Mrs. Inez Pope .
Mrs. L. P. Wilson of' Enterprise, couple at a buffet supper at the Clewiston, Fla.
Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, I
York Hotel Saturday evening following Millcrest Near Passenger Depot Boats and Motors, -Guide Service
Florida, 'will'spend the Christmas Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. Carl

holidays here with her cousins, Mr. l rehearsal. Johnson, 111"3.V.. H. Lanier, Mrs. (next door to Bill ,Allen's) I Rates Reasonable
', and Mrs. J. E, Beardsley. A reception, which will be heldat K. Bowden and Mrs. ''F. E. Conk- W. H. Johnson' ,. Mgr.

the Woman's Club will follow ling. I

Miss Evelyn Gross arrived this the "wedding ceremony.jPridgenHundertmark. ------

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with her parents Mr. and Mrs. E.
E. Gross. 1-

,The Intermediate Boys class of NOTICE '

Miss Edythe Nell Cornette ar- Mr. and Mrs. William' H. Lanier the Community Sunday School entertained ,

rives this week-end from Lakelandto I announce V with a party for the

spend the holidays with her part the, engagement of Girls Class at the Community, Cen-
ents, Mr. and Mrs E. M. Cornettt. their cousin ter Thursday evening. The boys By Tax Collector :

l ____' Lee Pridgento' were losers In an attendance con-

Mrs. F. R. Maxwell of Tampawas test and the party was the awardto I I

the,guest of her daughter, Mrs. Burton Wager Hundertmark, '''the winning girls.

Glen' Etherton and Mrs. Etherlon, The.:,wedding to take. place in Games were enjoyed and refresh- All taxpayers can get a 4% reduc

this week. early spring.BHlHEELECT ments of cookies and ,a drink were

HONOIiEE served. Members of the two classes tion on taxes if paid by Dec., '25, 1942.
I' AT I are Carline Berner, Jo Ann ,
?. Emil F. Van Hyning of _
E FRIDAY ''Owen \ "
'-ville will arrive tomorrow JaCkson-I Crouch, Shirley Rachel '-
the holidays with his Miner Anne and Louise Prewitt, I will lie at Alston's Drug Store"on
Miss Hannah York, whose marriage Mary Louise Thomas Miriam Nail
Van Hyning; and Mrs. Van Hyning. ,
__ J' to Lieut. J. W. Beardsley will 1 Mary Lois Hawkins, Anne Slonaker, the following dates to sell Car Tags andif

take place at the Methodist Churchin Harriet and Carol Alston, Nivan
Mrs A. H. Burke of Columbus, Pahokee on December 20th, was Gardner Pat Bailey, June and statements for taxes are brought in
Ga. has
I arrived to spend the holidays honoree
at a pre-nuptial shower i in Christine
Espenlaub. boys
'with her mother' Mrs. A. H. Pahokee Friday evening. The, class includes Joe Schroeder, Bub taxes can also be paid:

. King., party was one of the outstandingsocial
Mills Johnson
.- Jimmy Skippy
events at Pahokee, and more Cothern Eddie Richard
Conkling, -
SATURDAYS Dec. 19-20 Jan. 2-9-16
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Crow, than one hundred guests were in Knight, Charles Miner, Danny -
Jr., and Miss June Hooker were vited. Hostesses
were 1lrs.V.. H.
Martin, Kay Bowden, Bob Berner,
. visitors in West Palm Beach Wed Lair, Mrs. R. J. Simonson Mrs. W. Jimmy FrazierGeorge DeVane, PENALTIES WILL BE ADDED; FOR

: nesday. L, Kerr, Mrs. L. L. Stuckey, Mrs Billy''and Anthony- Toulis.XUBSEHY .

; L. W. Armstrong, Mrs H. C. -- TAXES IF NOT PAID BY APRIL! '1st.

Dick Owen is expected home tonight -I Graham and Mrs. C. A. Shave As '
from William and Mary College sisting the hostesses were Mrs. J. i
Williamsburg, Va., to spend F. Colson, Mrs. L. L, Shirley, Mrs
Christmas \acation with his parents Robert Hatton and Mrs. R.' J. R. N. MILLERHendry
Cradle Roll Mothers Club of
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen. Schroder.
the Community Sunday School vas

entertained Thursday evening at County Tax Collector.CLEWISTON '.
Miss ,
Edythe Nell Cornette arrived *
its regular meeting by Mrs. L. M.
" Tuesday night from Southern Mis. Daisy Yoder spent two days
Hutson with Mrs. C. L. McLendon
College to spend the holidays with this week iij Moore Haven with Mr.

p her parents, Mr. and Mis. E. M. and Mis. Ray Yoder assisting. -- '.
During the evening the group

P Cornette. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Perry were made curtains for one of the class .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:;.
I called to Bradenton the first of the rooms and began a group of laun-
Mrs. E. M. Blake, who has been
i K visiting her daughter, Mrs. N. V. week by the death of Mr. Perry's dry bags for the Children's Home. ili I If
brother H. P. Cocoa and cookies were served by
! S. Mumford: and Mr. Mumford left Perry, 57. ,Funeral 1
services were held in Bradenton the hostesses to Mrs. J.V.. Durden,
Wednesday for her home in Asheville '
i Tuesday afternoon. ''" Mrs. B. T. Vorhees, Mrs. A. Ling-
N. C. f !
i I r.: ham, Mrs. B. L. Thompson, Mrs. G0LFC0uRsEs

Mrs. Ben Bolton, Mrs. Charles Billy Perry, Jimmy Paul and R. H. Knight. Mis. H. G. Cushman, .t ,
I Sonny Vaughn are returning this Mrs. Foy Duirence, Mrs. Carl John- ':-
Bolton, Mrs. Howard Leonard
I Joe M. Hall. Ben and Jerry Bolton week from Milledgeville, Ga., son and hiss K. Bowden. :.: Public I nVIte d.:_
where they are attending Georgia1Iilita1'y .:-. .:.
were visitors in West Palm Beach : .,,' V ,, .:'
I Friday. \i College, and will spend the PRIMARY CLASS PARTY ::: :' :' ; :i!
: holidays at their homes here .:. t ,.,;'' .
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lI! Miss Kathryn :Moran, of Boca Mrs E. W. Durst entertained .;- .. ::
Raton, visited her br ther, Jay W. Mrs. R. Boe of Moore Havenspent members of her Sunday School class :: :
Moran, and friends i Jin ClewistonSaturday a couple of days here this with a party at her home Thursday .:. \ 'ii -

evening and] Sunday. Miss week visiting Mr. and Mrs Otto afternoon Games included pinning y

Moran is Senior Hostess at the Larsen. On Tuesday Mrs. Larsen, whiskers 'on Santa Claus and prize

Army Air Base at Boca Raton. Mrs. Boe, Mrs. W. H. Lanier and in this was won by Jimmy Knight. :i: Since you cannot drive to the :
Clarence Nielsen
motored to Billy Nail won 'a prize for drawingthe
Mrs. L. H. Robbins arrived yesterday West Palm Beach shopping. best picture of Santa. y =

l from McLeon.j Va., to spend I Ice cream and cookies were served ,J beach the week end i
the winter here wtjli( her daughter Bob and Dan Beardsley, Dick to Jimmy Knight, Billy NalI,1'! for get your

Mrs. J. E. Bean sley, and her Patterson, and Bill Davis, Jr., are Bernie Thompson, Paul Bowden, :,:-
1 son, Joseph Robbins. and. their tam coming tomorrow from Gainesville Patsy Casper, Carol Arnold, Linda :
ilies. ( where they are attending the Uni Lee, Jimmy Cushman and a visitor .:: exercise and sun tan at the same ::

versity of Florida to'spend the Sharon Crochet .. x

Mr. and Mrs. F. JM. Rodriguezare I Christmas holidays. at their homes -- ,=. .:--

expecting their !daughter, Miss "here. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH :::: time. ,: ,. +

Shirley Ruth, home jtomorrow from I H. C. ;Meaclor, Pastor } x
New Orleans where' she is a stu-1!! Miss Barbara Morrison arrived ."' "

dent. She will be accompanied by ,yesterday: to spend the Christmas Sunday School-9:45 a. m. ::

Mrs. Rodriguez' sister, Miss Lucille I holidays with her parents, Mr. and Morning Wo1'ship-ll a. m.

Strehle, of Gretna; Louisiana. II j I Mis. J. F. Morrison. Miss Barbara Training Union-6:15 p. m.

)is a senior at Florida State Evening Worship-7:30 p. m. ;: *
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I ,,' Mrs. W. T. Wheeless who ha/College' In Tallahassee. WHEN IT IS COLD our church -'
-; been quite ill in Good Samaritan will be comfortably heated so that z

Hospital in West Palm Beach for Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Davis haveas there will not be any danger of s..; .:-.

two weeks, is reported as being their guests for some time Mrs. anyone catching cold. Do not stay :
much improved. Her daughter, Davis' sister, Mrs. A. B. Moody away from church if it is a little .: YEARLY MEMBERSHIP ::

Mrs. James A. Boyd, of Leesburg, and her daughter, Betty, of Miami. chilly. Remember America needs j :; :
is staying in West Palm Beachto Mrs. Moody's husband is in the to seek after God and let us begin ';: DAILY GREEN FEES :|

be near her an"d! will return to U., S. ,Navy and is on active duty this great work.CHRISTMAS I:; i

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ACEIMIOLES !71 ASS At E 7 A quiz with answers offering ?J1 i

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Questions 8. What is an'ld I
-- Oxonian
well what EarlyBill The Judge, eyeing mm, thought, ?
THE STORY SO FAR: Old Early Bill Judge knew pretty 9. What is
Cole had known for sir months that his Cole had in mind, though the "He'knows what he's talking about." 1. A patent protects an inventorfor state northernmost I
days were numbered. Of late he had definite thing the old fellow was go- "Now," went on Early Bill, "I've how many years? of the Union? !

been up and about each morning earlier ing to do had yet to be told. Merely got a job for each one of you horn 2. How many men signed the
than usual, telling some part of his widespread taking into consideration the factsof toads, and I'm paying each one of Declaration of Independence? The Answers
acres, the King Cole Ranch, a a dollar a day and found, high !
half dark one the case, the whole thing shouldbe you 3. What is the keyboard of an 1. Seventeen 6-J
last adios. It was still years.
for two. Judge
it wages you you go ;
his simple enough, since was organ called?
morning as he was walking through in there and hunker down at the 2. F ty-six.
beloved pines, when a rifle shot rang merely the making of a will. But table and write those two wills. 4. Who was the discoverer of the 3. A manual.
clear through the stillness, and Early they saw the old familiar gleam in me laws of the pendulum? 4. Galileo. I
Make 'em just same, giving,
Bill felt a stab of pain. Leaning against Early Bill's eyes and were dead sure granting and disposing and so forth 5. A treeless plain in South 5. A pampa.
an old pine he blazed away at a man that right up to the last he was America is usually called what
6. Victoria
crashing through the bushes. Then he of devilment.Hadn't all I' got. In one will, give every- (63 years).
plotting some sort 6. Which'of the i
laughed, for he had shot the man's hat thing to her. In the other give ev- rulers 7. Four.
off! Staggering home Early BID sent he said to them on one occa- erything to him. And you date 'em had the longest reign? 8. A graduate of Oxford univer-

Gaucho Ortega, one ,of his Mexican sion, "I'm having me" a barrelful of both the same, as of today. You, 7. How many parallel lines are sity. *
bands, for "Doc Joe" and the "Judge." fun when I'm dead. Doc, you move that old trunk of there in a parallelogram? 9. Minnesota.
the story.I They figured that they knew Early
Now continue with mine to one side and yank up a cou-
Bill Cole pretty well, though they
ple of loose boards and hand me
CHAPTER II had to admit they'd had the pleasure what find. Let's gal! Wages
of his friendship for somethinglike start when you start getting busy!" II American Eagle Motif Chair Set I I
Doc Joe and the Judge were at the twenty or twenty-five years Doc Joe shoved aside a batteredold

King Cole Ranch almost as soon only. And that much longer ago leather trunk, scrabbled in the .

as the young Mexican. They found than that he had had two friends corner, got a couple of loose boardsup I'
four of the ranch hands hanging who had meant,much, very much to and after some further scrabbling stitches to: ; materials needed. Send your order f

around the house, scraping dirt with him. Forty years before, and more, came up, red-faced with a 1
the toes of their lop-sided boots, look- there had rioted through the moun- small iron lock-box in his dusty f.

ing as though they didn't mean to tains a small company known far hands. The box was eighteen inches 82 Sewing Eighth Ave.Circle Needlecraft New Dept.

look worried. At the sound of speed- and wide as Hell's Triplets: Early long, about six inches in the other Enclose York :
ing hoofs and wheels they jerked up Bill Cole, Busty Lee, Buck Cody. dimensions, and was provided with cover cost of cents mailing(plus) for one PatternNo cent to i

their heads, and one man came out Busty Lee and Buck Cody were hap- two locks, each set about six inches ............... ,I:
of the house a small, mahogany- ly dead these many years, having from the end. I
brown man who looked as hard as been swept away together in a nightof "I think it was that box of mine Name ............................... I ;

nails and was harder than he looked, violence, and about all that they put the whole idea into my head," ZrI Address .............................
Early Bill's foreman, Cal Round- had left behind them was their"va- Early Bill said. "Having two locks I

tree. rious offspring. Busty Lee had lefta like, notice? Look at 'em good,

"Howdy, gents," he said, and daughter with little dower save Doc?"

sounded surly as'though he resented her loveliness, and Buck Cody had "What about 'em," demanded Doc 81
their coming. "Come on in." bequeathed to the world a son and Joe. "They're just two locks" CHOICEMIDNS,

They went in and found old Early not much to go along with him. They "By the way," said Early Bill,

Bill sitting in his big chair. He knew that little Ann Lee was teach- when you boys go out, send Cal St.J@seph

looked more dead than alive. ing school somewhere or another Roundtree to me. Tell him to bring : r

"You darned old fool". snorted and living with her Aunt Jeniferrti Gaucho. I've got me a great hunch! ASPIRIN i
Doc Joe. He put his bag down, took u t It's my ace in the hole!"
off his coat and rolled up his sleeves. I "You're crazy like a hoot owl," | WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER'AT10' I

"What did you shoot yourself for? tI snorted the Judge. "Doc just asked

"Howdy-Judge," said the old 1 I.i I. 1 you a question: What's this about When
man, by way of most beautifully ignoring two locks?" you're making up that
Doc Joe and all his words. i iY IIHk "Look at 'em good!" Christmas box for your man in the
"I've got to get you onto a bed, iIIiI! "I am looking-They're different, of Camels, be sure'to include a carton
or a pound canisterof
Joe.ccI can't that what ?"
Bill, said Doc get you mean Prince ,Albert
at this sitting a "Takes two different keys to open UJrNr. r rrJirIY Smoking Tobacco. -
you right, way, on
:j Cigarettes and tobacco
? :r rcya r/II% /+ NrMt ? 1tirrr head
chair." I ..af 'em!I" said a triumphant Bill Cole. the ,..
service man's gift list, with
The two helped him to stand and, l Camel his favorite cigarette and
with ,what small aid he could give { To two old porch-sitters in front ;r%+ 'f Prince Albert the well-known National

them, got him stretched out on top of the Bald Eagle Hotel came a Joy Smoke. Your local dealer -

of the table. Doc Joe's skilful hands, & u ::1 I young man on, horseback. The two, is featuring gift-wrapped cartons

whether or not murderous, swiftly watching everything that went on, of Camels, and Camels in
denuded him from neck to belly- I smoking their after stogies i
supper special packages of..four "flat fif I
band and removed the make-shift took stock of him when he first rode ties."(Both contain 200 cigarettes.)

bandage. Then for a time the phy- into town down at the far, end of the Prince Albert in the pound canis-

I sician-and there was not a more street. He rode straight to the ho- ter is also holiday wrapped, ready

skilled within riding range of Bald tel, dismounted and approached. He to give.-Adv. ,
Eagle-kept his tongue in his mouth was young and lean and brown and

,' and gave himself shrewdly to his tall. In the saddle he had been i I

work. loosely graceful; one felt that for TO

", Sometime later when Early Bill all that seeming carelessness in his 7253 $ COLDS11OF

Cole returned to a misty sort of con- way of riding, that if his horse had

sciousness he made out that he was of a sudden sought to 'leap out from of the Free!
AMERICA-Land ctiChQ .
1 in his bed, undressed, bound about under him he would still have been the American u1t I

c with what he judged to be a coupleof sitting there in the saddle, confidentand eagle stands for, and here he is in TABLETS LIQUID '

miles of bandage.He vaguely arrogant. Here where a striking filet design. Be first to 666 NOSE SALVE DROPSX. ,

had stirred very slightly and men dressed as they pleased, this crochet this new patriotic chair COUGH DROP',

... on the instant the two old cronies of young man struck a note. From set. It's lovely in fine cotton. r
:: his popped into his room. flashy, high-heeled boots to the silk r
t,:' "Well?" he demanded as sharply bandana, bright red, around his S Burning Stick Clock 1

;y as he could manage. brown throat and ,on up to his forty Pattern 7258 contains charts and directions I One of the earliest ways of meas-

r ,"You sure bled like a stuck Y dollar hat, he displayed a touch of for set; illustrations of it and uring time was by burning a stick:, ,
hawg," Doc Joe told him. "Who elegance. A handsome young dark

f.;,: shot you, Bill?" III \ devil, too, when they saw his face. 1
t.; "I wouldn't know, Doc; that's the u u"You "
t U' "Howdy, gents, he greeted them, \'
hell of it. Say! If you boys, happen and sat on the porch, holding hishorse's
:: to see a feller wearing a lightcolored sure bled like a stuck hawg, IN THE BOMBER COMMANDthey
reins. He removed his hat
Doc told him.
;' Stetson with a hole in it-or and his his
ran fingers through hair
wearing no hat a-tall-or one brand her aunt living with her, rather; that was'inclined toward length, rich say:
: new out. of the store-But let's take and that darkness and curliness. '
Cody to
IJ' young was trying
: up business before pleasure, as the 4lOFFICE"for the bombardier's place
feller make a mining engineer out of him- Civilly they returned his greeting.
says. 'Got my come-uppance self. All this they knew because old "Howdy," they said. 5REiNHOUSE"for
: for certain this trip,' huh, Doc?" plane's transparent noseWRO6ER"for
Bill had told them-and that, with "I'm a stranger here, he told :
"I sort of I
: reckon, Bill, he said, the first creeping of the shadow over them. "You look like you belongedhere. all
pulling at his lower okay or right
lip, "that it
at' him some months ago, he had piled Maybe you can tell me the
; won't be
all-fired long now before into the stage and had been away way to Bill Cole's ranch?" CAIVIEL n for the favorite I
this is a better cleaner Army'man's cigarette
for a couple of weeks-and had come They directed him, telling him it F'
me and the Judge will ,,'
f' a couple of bets." winning back with that devilsaintSantaClaus was a couple of hours' ride, indicat- "

\ gleam in his eye. ing the short cuts to take on horseback ,
"Hmf! said > ;Y;
Early Bill.
crooked and Then that "I looked 'em both over," he an- He said, "Thanks," rolled a
; endearing old nounced triumphantly. "And smoked half of
y' grin of his came back they cigarette, it, tossed
of what it just a ghost didn't know me from Adam's off ox the butt into the dust and stood up.
t used to be but still
.; J like a flicker of winter there, either, because I didn't happen to "Only," said Doc Joe, "I don't \ (

t:, "Might be you lose out yet sunlight. speak up. They're aces, Busty's and know as they're wide open for com- IT'SSTRICTLY <, L:

scums of creation. Might, be you two Buck's pups, and me, I'm going to p'ny- right now. Bill Cole's sick." CAMELS __

horses runs away and breaks your have me some fun with them!I" "Sick? Say-What's wrong? Noth-

i. damn necks before I, check out!your" "After you're dead!" they grunted ing bad, is it?" WITH ME.

Nobody: said anything for a littler at him. "He ain't feeling any too good,"
.:' while. Early Bill was resting, Doc "Yep!" said Doc Joe. THAT RICH .'.

','. Joe stepped out to bring him some- And now he was getting ready for The young man eyed him in a penetrating FLAVOR ALWAYS
::: thing to swallow his fun. sort of way .
mostly hot whisky ,'
I' and the Judge appeared to be taking "In minute, Judge, you're go- "You might be the doctor?" he TASTES GREAT \

, : .' matters judicially under advise- ing to make me a couple of wills-" judged. And Doc Joe nodded. "Well, THEY'RE j'
.': ment. They lifted Early Bill and "Hold on there, Bill! Just because all the more reason I should ride AND ,

J!, got his drink down him. Then they there are two legatees you don't along. You see I'm his nephew.My MILDER >
:::; had one apiece. need two wills!I" He looked at Early name's Rance Waldron."

:f, The draft brought the sick and Bill narrowly; maybe the old devil Waldron tarried a moment as ALL WAYS _

:l i: wounded man a flush of strength. was too far gone already to know though thinking some word might be "
!4; He spoke more clearly. enough to make any sort of will! added. When none was forthcoming :

{,; "Squat, you boys, and listen. Me, Then in that case, everything, lock, he swung up into the saddle again,' M1 _ ;: I:
4 I'll do the talking." stock and barrel would go to Rance lifting easily and somehow gracefully -

(' They dragged up chairs. Waldron as nearest of kin-the only a man full of strength and youth
: "First, Doc, let's know where we kin, so far as Early Bill knew, and vitality, and rode away.

,,, stand. I need a little time and a though luckily distant. They watched him out of ight. .x.;.,..
-S'': mite of stren'th. I'm not going to "Who's doing this?" Early Bill "Hmf," said the Judge then. ; ?
: pop off in a hurry like a candle grunted. "I'm leaving "
everything "He had a. hat, mused Doc Joe.
,t : ,blown after that out, drink.am I?"I feel pretty good I got He's to young Cody and the Lee "Yep. Wasn't any hole in it, FIRST THE SERVICE e j
girl. an upstanding young he- though."
,;,, "You're a tough old bird, Bill" wildcat and she's the
cutest trick d
Waldron huh
t said Doc Joe thoughtfully "If you and the nicest and-well, the sweet- Doc Joe.UDo know brooded With men in the Army, Navy, Marines, 1

:t4" hadn't been on the skids anyhow, est you ever laid eyes on. So they that old fool Bill you Cole has Judge some-, and Coast Guard, the favorite cigaretteis e

!::' this It's just thing wouldn't have done you in. get the works. The whole of the times struck me as a pretty fair Camel. ,(Based on actual sales records ; __
hurrying things along ranch and the whole of the
: : No there's some. cash. judge of folks. This young Waldron, and Canteens. rack, r' t
no rush. Say the in Post Exchanges ) =a.
word The money's in bank
your Judge
L. and I I don't cotton to him much. I don'tlike
can keep boosting you along- if' haven't stole' it
you yet, anyhowa the cut of his eye." \
h' Oh, how do I know? I
Anyhow, shoot couple} of hundred thousand dol "Me neither," agreed the Judge. "
i I the works and take your time." lars-about two five now, I reckon, "I noticed we were both hedidn't :
k, sorry
"Fair enough and gracias, amigo in case the interest hasn't et COSTLIER /
up have a hole in his hat. Let'sgo
said E L
r" Early Bill. "Here we go." the principal, or you haven't been get a drink." CAM

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f f i t Santa Claus BornIn I Lady Voiced Appreciation- ,

Earliest MomentAt i
4,. "" e Famous Poem At the

At night when people Your two o'clock in the morning a

s. our house By Clement MooreSanta I woman phoned the manager of a

piss Yule DinnerFoods large department store. After

4 In lavghter-traihng Claus was born in New I much ringing, the manager an-

motor ctrs York on a snowy December night with a Christmas air will 5l &SCREADBy [Q sweredwith a sleepy,gruff"Hello!"(

120 years ago. He sprang full contribute much to making this VIRGINIA VALE "This is Mrs. Soandso," said the'

I sit tnd gaze upon grown, clad in red and white, with holiday a success for your fam- Released by Western Newspaper Union woman in a syrupy voice; "I just
the eight reindeer and a sleigh, from ily. Your favorite may be turkey couldn't help calling you personally '
sky the mind of Dr. Clement Clarke with all its fixin's, traditionalham HPHERE'S a radio installation to tell you that the hat I boughtat

j = And Jo for joy rides Moore when he wrote his famous roast goose or even roast I J- on Corregidor that is your store last week is simply
"A Visit From St. Nicholas. it.is have the stunning. I don't know when I've
: with the poem, pork, but whatever so well camouflaged that the
:I The legend of' St. Nicholas had accompanying dishes all blend in man who set it thathe's liked anything so much."
.st.r : come to the New world with the with your main course. These up says "That's all very nice," yawned
L\1'C&Na! Dutch settlers in the Seventeenth menus will guide you in planningyour the only person who can,, the manager "but would you mind,

century. Gradually, the name of Christmas feast: ever find ,,it. He manned it telling me why you call me at

that figure became San Niklaas and I during the siege, and some this hour of the night about a hatyou

later Santa Claus. Cranberry'Sherbet With Avocado day he's going to go back and bought last week?" .

WNU There are several explanations of Slice I use it again-and also salvage "Because," she replied sweetly,.
r Features. how Santa Claus happened to be Roast Turkey or Chicken With i I "your van has just delivered it."!
some of the equipment he used, be-
1 1I born. One story tells that_on Christ- Stuffing cause it belongs to him. When he
mas eve 1822, Dr. 'Moore was being Celery Curls Radishes Olives
wasn't using it for official purposes,
driven to his New York home in a Mashed Potatoes Gravy it meant lot to him
a personally,
I Life of EndeavorOur I sleigh, and the tinkling of the bells Buttered Brussels Sprouts which should mean a lot to certain PENETRDMany

on the horse's harness gave him in- Hot Rolls American band leaders-because be-
Pickled Peaches Pear With users Bay "first use is COLDS'
for the verses. or
country calls not'for the life spiration tween bomb explosions, he tuned in a revelation." Has a base of COUGHING.
of ease, but for the life'of strenuous Another story tells that Dr.. and Red Jelly on their music! old fashioned: mutton suet SNIFFLES,
endeavor. The 20th century Mrs. Moore were packing Christmas Steamed Pudding With Hard -/*"'" Gr dma'favorite.Demand MUSCLE-

looms before us big with the fate baskets for the needy and found Sauce Martha Lafferty was too long a,. jar stainless 251 double Penetro.supply Generous Z5f. ACHES

of many nations. If we stand idly they were one turkey short. Thoughit CoffeeII name to be used on a theater marquee I

"' by, if we seek merely swollen was late, Dr. Moore went out to so her bosses changed her
y. slothful ease-then the bolder and buy another. On his way home with Hot Tomato Juice With name to Janet Blair, because they Our KnowledgeHe

stronger peoples will pass us by the turkey under his arm ,he is saidto Chopped Parsley were sure that her name would be that had never seen a river

and will win for themselves the have composed the poem. Roast Pork With Candied up in lights before long. Janet, now imagined the first he met to be

domination of the world. Dr. Moore read his poem to his Sweet Potatoes working in "Something to Shout the sea; and the greatest things

Let us, therefore, boldly face the children on Christmas morning. Baby Beets Green Peas About," selected that last name that have fallen within knowledgewe

life of strife, resolute to, do our When a friend had the verses printed Carrot Sticks Celery Olives from Blair county, Pennsylvania, conclude the extremes that

duty well, and manfully resolute to in a Troy, N. Y., newspaper he Dinner Rolls Honey Jelly where she was born. It was her nature makes of the kind.-Mon
uphold righteousness by deed and denied writing them, but later !ad- Hot Mince Pie work in "My Sister Eileen" that taigne.fI.

by word; resolute to be both hon- mitted their authorship. I I CoffeeAfterDinner landed her name on, the marquees.

est and brave, to serve high The poem gained rapidly in pop- Mints and ----71",
ideals to meth- it Assorted Nuts Conrad Veidt is to have a vacation Quick of
yet use practical ularity, and the picture paintedof application
ods.-Theodore Roosevelt. old Santa has endured to this III from playing Nazis on the screen- comforting Resinol
day. Cream of Mushroom Soup he does it so 'well that he's alwaysin ) gives prompt relief

twinkled his Baked Ham With Clove and demand for those hissable char- from fiery throbbing.
"His eyes, how they ; Its oily base soothes
Sugar Topping
+YM M Q.M T10
how 1
dimples merry skin.
; ''OROLINE Peach Halves With CranberryStar parched
U R5 His cheeks were like roses, his Garnish
CUTS PETROlEUM'JELLY nose like a cherry! RESIMOI.Farthest
Potatoes ,1 .
drawnup Parsleyed
His droll little mouth was
Green Beans
like a bow, Mashed Turnips

Grotesque GoldfishBy And the beard of his chin was as Cabbage Cole Slaw y v South
Pickles Jelly Celery
careful selection, goldfish white as the snow; Plum Pudding With Sauce Florida's northernmost border is,
have been developed in numerous He had a broad face and a little Coffee c farther south than the southern*

grotesque forms and striking color- round belly i most limit of California.SNAPPY.F .
'' ations for about 1,500 years. Yet That shook, when he laughed, likea i i

no person has ever yet discovered bowl full of jelly. I tAic
He was chubby and plump, a ,
how to produce a pure black one Small Children Need n yY
without giant "telescopic" eyes. right jolly old elf, ACTSI
; And laughed, when I saw him, in Care
Special During
spite of myself. ABOUT

QF" Beware Coughs Holiday's ExcitementAt I RUBBERi

from common colds Short Course A), : i i
Christmas time it is generallyan fr Jr\\

That accepted thing that} each memberof CONRAD ,VEIDT,
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-- 171- --T'- the household requires, and should
which is closeto acters. In "Above Suspicion" he'll Rubber It vied on planes for fining .
Creomulsion relieves promptly because get a handling very
it goes right to the seat of the Yule Card .EtiquetteEach being called "special." have the top .character role, that of' de-Icing gas tanks Instruments and fuel, for tin91 insulating for-
trouble to help loosen and expel an Englishman-masquerading as a. cabins with weatherstrip-
germ laden phlegm, and aid nature' But it is the two-year-olds, or close Nazi! ping, for lining flying suits to
to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed to that, who really require special '" make dozens them moisture-proof and
for of other
bronchial mucous mem year *at this time, when handling. Excitement is in the air. I purposes.
branes. Tell druggist to sell Tala BirelTs going to have a
, your youa Proper inflation means maximum
Christmas cards are about tobe ad- ,Even though excitement is a healthy
bottle of Creomulsion with the un- lighthouse complex if she doesn'twatch miles. A bra underinflated 20 per
derstanding you must like the way it dressed, the question always pops emotion, too much of it is quite out; she's played in two pictures cent (24 instead of 30 pounds) will
quickly allays the cough or you are up in the mind: "How shall we sign upsetting to the very small child. I that are laid almost entirelyin per reduce cont its of life the by mileage 15 percent will be and lost 25 I '
to your money them?" Here are a few hints and For the two-year-old child the toys lighthouses. The first was "Cape in a tire that is 30 per cent under- I
suggestions that ,will help alongin should be The inflated.
you quite simple. kind Forlorn, an English one; now she'sin

.;;, for Coughs,Chest Colds, Bronchitis making your decision: that makes them open their eyes' RKO's "Seven Miles From Al-, that The Baruch 53,000 Committee long tons anticipated of rubber :
Sx o If you are a married couple all wide, enables them to put them to catraz." would be Imported by the U. S.
In the last 18 months
1 you need to do is sign, "Jack and a practical use, will stand a "good -"-.-- July lit lait. starting
.' Way of Idleness Jane." For those that would requiremore beating," and will not be the kind Desi Arnaz didn't know it when No more auto chases In movies
.; If you are idle you are on the formal address, sign the card: that will frighten or excite them. he was assigned to the most important for the duration. No more torn
: way to ruin, and there are few at high speed on squealing tires
"Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jackson. Child training specialists, after role of his movie ca'reer; he'll and no more new cars. Possible
it.-It is rather
places upon O' If you have a small family you observing many young,children, also portray a tank fighter in "Bataan audience reaction to tho waste of
than road.-H. rubber-and -brought
a precipice a W speeding
Beecher. can sign the card: "Mr. and Mrs. suggested that since a small child Patrol." When he was chosen for the taboo.

::' Jack Jackson, Sally and Jane." For becomes tired very quickly from it, he was somewhere in the Carib-

the informal address of the cardsit excitement, the parent should see bean, entertaining American sol-

could be: "Jim, Mary, Sally and that he gets his regular afternoonnap. diers, and as his whereabouts werea

WIvfSa/fIA ? Jane Jackson." It is. always bestto They say parents won't be military secret, Metro officials

of f put the names of the child or doing any kindness by letting him couldn't notify him that he was to
pains children next to the mother's.o stay up.Another. be offered a good dramatic role.
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If you are a married, woman, liv- thing is to prepare for --
ing alone, you can sign your card, him food which does, look festive Director Clarence Brown recentlysent

\ "Mary Brown Jackson"-the Brown and different, but which will not putt Metro's property departmentthis

being the maiden name. The gen- o great a strain on his delicate di- memo-"Wanted-a. gopher that
eral can act." The terror of the garden
practice in such cases is alsoto gestion.
will in "The Human Com-
put in parenthesis "Mrs. Jack Parents might open the little "
It's that four
edy. reported crews
Jackson. lady's, or little fellow's, gifts, but it of men were dispatched to find the
o Young ladies, single, ,just sign is hinted that, it will be the wisest right gopher.

Large Bottled[ ntb IrAJul'l: ] ?-Small Size 60c "Sally Jackson" or just "Sally." If thing to give the little ,one just one -7:
IT 111 000 DRD5 STORES lilY Mill ei receipt if,pnci the acquaintance is casual Sally can or two of 'the gifts at a time. En- Michael Duane, Columbia's new

McNEIL DRUG CO.,Inc. precede her name with a "Miss" thusiasm shouldn't be expected over white waited till the sneak
i hope,
530 Broad Street-Jacksonville.Florida such as "Miss Sally Jackson." each gift received. It will take time preview of "City Without Men" be- \1 !r1TacLi

,But at Christmas time, informality for their little minds to figure out fore he sent to New York for his
a is the and to do with it and until
Our Dreams general prevailingnote. something wife. Said he'd seen too many men
Cards addressed to they do it isn't worth much.Junior's .
your to break all old
Regard not dreams, since they come Hollywood, ;
are but the images of our hopes friends should be as informal as pos- ties, and then go back home broke. Off
''and'fears.Cato. sible without causing any affront to But after he saw how that first audi-

I those receiving them. If you wish lfilitary'Toys ence felt about him, (as a result of
you can even add your own little which Columbia him ADVERTISING.ADVERTISING
a new
Made Largely of WQo'dSanta gave
JWNU:-7 50-42Don't
personal note as might a young ladyto contract) he wired Mrs. Duane,
her young man" Or as one pal Claus' helpers anticipate a "Okay, honey, bring poochie-
f would to another whom he hasn't boom in military toys. ''You have we're in!" -

v seen, or heard from for a long time. noticed some of the advertisementsand -7 .

window displays already. Broadway's burlesque wave has

0 During the past four or five hit radio and the movies-or, so it represents the leadership of

Neglect Them I Make Tree Fireproof months the busy men at the North seems, with stars stripping the a nation. It points the way.
:. Nature designed the kidneys to do a Pole have been making Springfieldand clothes off their backs, practically,

. [ marvelous flowing blood job.stream Their free task of la an to excess keep the of This Way-It's EasyYou Garand rifles entirely of wood, and donating them for auction at We merely follow follow to

I ; 'toxic imparities. The act of living-lift wooden machine guns which sound bond rallies. Joan Blaine, star of
itself 13 constantly producing waste new heights of comfort, of
y. matter the kidneys must remove from with an uncanny rat-a-tat-tat. the radio's "Valiant Lady," has giv-

;!'! the When blood the if kidneys good heath fail to Ss function to endure.as can fireproof your Christ- There will be few, very few lead en everything from dresses to ear- convenience, of happiness.As .
Nature intended, there is retention of mas tree by a simple method of soldiers. Most of them will be made rings and an evening bag, and Joan
,:;. waste that may: cause body-wide dis letting it absorb the proper amountof of cardboard and plastics. Insteadof Crawford and Bette Davis have con- time goes on advertising -
tress. One may suffer nagging backache
,. persistent headache,attacks dizziness, ammonium sulphate. First cut the the following toys being made tributed large wardrobes. used and
under getting the up eyes nights-feel, swelling tired, nervous, puffiness, all trunk of the tree at an angle or in a from metal, wood will be used instead -.to.-! is more more,

worn out.Frequent. "V" shape. Then weigh the tree and : Parade guns, cannons, antiaircraft They couldn't understand why and as it is used more we
,scanty or burning par-sapes divide the weight of ammonium sulphate Jean Arthur kept blowing her lines
guns, forts planes, jeeps,
I are sometimes further evidence of klufey all profit It's the
rI- or bladder disturbance.The needed. Dissolve the indicated tanks, field ambulances, battleships, during a scene for "Merry-Go- more. way

; Is a diuretic recognized medicine and to proper help the treatment kidncj amount in water, using one and one- submarines and barges for Com- Round" which was being shot on the advertising has-
.' poisonous! body waste. half pints for each pound of sulphate.Put mandos. studio roof. Jean was cavorting

than UXpiir forty:years*of. They public/!have approval.had more Are this,solution in a jar or bucket, Junior will be in civilian defense, about in shorts-and explained later of bringing a profit to
I i' endorsed too country over. Insist on set the tree in the solution in a cool too when he his that, since she hasn't had a vacationthis concerned
gets presents at everybody
Doan'i. Sold at all drug stores.DOANSPlLLS. ,
place and leave it the
} long enough for Christmastime. There will be doc- year, was making mostof
the tree to absorb the solution fully. tors' and nurses' outfits, air raid war- this chance to get some sunlight. the consumer included
Then the danger of fire is at a min! den kits and blackout sets-all madeof "This gives me a chance to get a
'1f imum. non-essential materials. Palm Springs look" said she. 1


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to Air Forces Technical Tain-I 'coupon when he uses it to pay: ago to refinance this District ,
give )
: .. N NM Africa is too well-known Army' i
= N:i NON 11 NON M:N:N:N:N:N:NN: :N:N:N: '
'any aid or comfort to the enemy Ing Command. (That's what the! his tax. Mr. ,Cpuse further stated ) through R. F. C., as some 'other .'
we'll assume that, Africa is his A, A. F. T. T. C. In their addresses' that It is impossible to tell:.at 'thl? subdrainage districts have been refinanced
destination and Germans and Ital- stands for.) He will spend several: time just how or when cash col- but such efforts were unsuccessful -
With ians will be his targets. months at this school and then will; lections received for sinking fund) because at that time
*S, be sent to one of Uncle Sam's air i, purposes will be remitted to holders! taxes were being paid! on such a
Other lads overseas for this bases where he will serve as a of past due bonds and coupons or' small proportion of the lands that ,
Our Christmas season s include. Dick member of a crew of ,ace mechanics whether the oldest ,will be, paid Ii. F.': C. was not satisfied as to ,
ft Boys Hooks and Wilbur Goff, somewherein who will keep our fighting air-I first. ... what future tax payments could be
'the South Pacific. Charles Turner planes in condition to assure an ,Efforts were made' "several years i I depended on.
... .. I
also in the South Pacific. Mer- .early Allied victory.. ... ----
:in the rell Lowe in the Hawaiian Islands, l

; Art Lawrence somewhere out there, Gus Cantrell, Jr., who left in No- wa5i : ". I I'A
rb .. u/ .
and Dick Redditt., Ed Clark is in vember for the Navy. is training in j oIl6 ... I
Service Ecuador, Joseph ,Leiter in Cuba. I a Jacksonville Naval Air Station.He .
# likes the Navy fine, and'says he '"
You folks back home, who write II has finished his ,"boot training" and I / ,
I In service and who won- this week began as Yeoman. He \ ,.',
...:............._.......__..n...._............................!..!....!o:.!...!.:..!..!....w....::.'.:-..:...:...:...:..: der to the just boys what to say to them, listento is lucky to be stationed so close I

this. Ed Clark down In the home. "
Clewiston lads are travelling' on jungles, says that American news- I
'the ',high seas, and over the seas, papers seldom reach them so when Jimmy Weaver is one of the
these days, as they join with his Clewiston News finally caughtup first group of recruits in a brand "
thousands of others who' ,haVe been with him (it was several weeks new camp, Camp Perry, near Llfc ..** &$$ > 1
trained for overseas duty, 'nand are old) everybody in camp read it in- Williamsburg, Va. New camps are ,'J

sent' to the battle fronts' .. of the side and out. Any reading, so longas seldom as comfortable as old ones 6 q"A"
'"world. it is cheerful. good readingto but when Jimmy has completed his ...
Coburn Modre's latest, message I the boys in service. We saw a first training period he'll feel likean !/ j, <:

was: sent "sans origine" :two days I suggestion a short time ago that old hand in any camp.,
out from Seattle, and you may draw folks back home should frequently i ,," '

your' own conclusions as to his lo-I include clippings, cartoons, jokes, Quite a few of the boys will get .....
cation. It seems safe to say that. etc., in their letters to soldiers and home on Christmas furlough and
his'particular target will be Japs. sailors. We djdn't' think mucK{ for them, that song about a White ::, ,
:'Coburn is a lieutenant and pilots,of it at the time, but several letters Christmas doesn't exactly fit. For
one: of our bombers. He and his from the boys have indicated how there's of :
them we hope plenty :
crew have been training together much those little things mean to sunshine in the skies, smiles on the .. <
these many months at air fields in them. families and friends ,
faces of their ::}
several: states. and plenty of food on the Christ- o t
r Junior Waters, who recently en-' mas table. They won't even care 1 "
Last week Ed Ward's wife and fisted in the army, has begun an in- whether Santa comes or not! Just ';:

lather received letters from him I I lensive course of studies in aviation ,being home will be happiness. I .
"' mechanics at Amarillo Field, Texas '
"(presence of American troops in one of the newest schools of the ".'y'

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petition for leave to borrow a'
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H.a r It's YOUR minimum amount of money .','. I
a, .. '41Nim M q.: sary for operating expenses neces-\ :<

t hrK.. 4 V>\.rh. :Y A. fight, too lag' the ensuing 16 months \ "
f\ 0t matter was deferred until more
aJa.'i parties could be notified of it and "
until a definite estimate is presented -
t I BUY U.Si showing requirements for par- .

ticular purposes. It is now under- .' .;
oM1yl vy55< 4 : + stood that this hearing, to borrow
BOnDS money and, for future directions as -S 'RE going to see that home /,
to the conduct of the District's affairs for-Christmas look on many a
: will be taken at a hear-
from income up "
: House -;. ; young man in uniform this year. '
ing at the Court in Moore : / -
S t Haven on January 9,1 at 1:00: P. M. Let's' help him get there! ,
: OFFICIAL The receivers have submitted a With travel facilities taxed to the
; U. S. NAVYrKOTOGRAPK budget and interested parties are
limit,' and the usual holiday RUSH
invited to comment upon it and to '
;: ,: request the court that more workor swinging( in-what more generous "'

: 1trD 1 less work be undertaken thanis gesture could we make than to

_; .;. Between Sea'Battlei ,....;{:a:; .;.qj' outlined in the receivers' bud' offer "our holiday seat" to these :,;.'

. get.A camp-seasoned soldiers, sailors and ':;
; number of landowners in the
1: marines. We take our own trip :
" District own bonds and coupons \ can :
: which they have been using to pay % later, when the situation eases. .

.; sinking fund tax in past years and So let's speed the boys off to the '
feel it is unfair to have the Dis-
home fires for Christmas. They
trict owe them a bond or coupon .ST-
that is past due and for them to need it most. Give them a break... .

I have to pay the District cash for '_ 'f and a boost. and a seat, for M! "tj
; sinking fund without knowing whenor ;11 I
country's morale. I
: BUY YOUR WAR BONDS HERE how much will be paid back 'to "

: them on this bond or coupon. In ';
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SALES ALREADY' THIS MONTH EXCEED $1,000 response to this question put to '" :- I
J J J. M. Couse one of the receivers, ffffffji.v .
he stated that one illustration of j).. II. B. Miller, Agent ...1
the foundation for this law mightbe (J
stated as follows: A bondholder r/ Canal Point, Florida I
who has no land in the District I
takes the position that he is unfairly i .
treated if he cannot get any

money on his past due, bond or .
coupon while at the same time a D' .

bondholder with land in the District
:..- ,does in effect collect his bond or'
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