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 25, 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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: !Kiwanis Club Has MILITARY TRAINING,I Some Immunization i

Visit From SantaSanta Work Is Completed


Claus in person visited the Dr. Paul Coughlin, U. S. Public

ENTIRE PERSONNELThe Kiwanians at their meeting Wed- HERE BY BEARDSLEY Health doctor of Sebring, who has MANY WEDNESDAYA

nesday night on the terrace of the been conducting a diptheria and

___ I Clewiston Inn.' Following dinner, smallpox immunization clinic at the

there was a brief business meet- school for the past several weekson
i Services while home for the
United States Sugar Corporation large crowd was in attendanceat
I ing. The club acknowledged with Christmas holidays have been vol- Friday, finished this phase cfI
will again play ,Santa Claus for the school Christmas program
thanks the receipt of a generous I the work and is now the
unteered by Bob Beardsley, of the]
the employees in the sugar house Wednesday evening which proved
I check from E. E. Kelly for the i school children for hookworm.
and all plantations and between I[ University of Florida Reserve Of-| I[most enjoyable. )
underprivileged child work.G. local| These examinations are given on-'
will ficer 'Training Corps to teach
3,500 and 4,000 gift packages .'
Willis Tyson received his jly with the of f I The elementary grades presented
the parents
high school students and .interested ,
these families today. any
go out to ,
Kiwanis: button as a new memberof adults the rudiments of land! the school sends a slip home II a playlet called "Christmas In The
But it is rather ironical that I Old Shoe" in which Christine Es- /
the club. After the businesswas marching and military courtesy. with each child, which, if signedby
despite the fact that this corpora- concluded Santa Claus arrivedto Mr. Beardsley began his work I the parents, will entitle them penlaub played the part of "the
l tion makes the principal 'laId woman who lived in the shoe"
distribute the gifts. Each Ki- Wednesday'afternoon at the school I to a specimen container. The school :
ent of candies, the sugar, (I Other pupils played the part of her
compon-I wanian had brought a toy, which here with a large group of both is very anxious that every child
ing this year makes it I children who were most grateful
Santa distributed to the membersin boys and girls who volunteered for take his examination. I
for them to buy enough for what they had and were rewarded -
an amusing fashion After. the training from the student body.In .I Soon after the first of theear !
fill this big Christmas stocking In I by finding 'an abundance of
I wards the toys' were collected and addition to this group of students typhoid inoculations will be given :
past years more than a ton of gifts represented by other pupils as
will be distributed to under he is hoping to a and statistics'will be compiled on'

;candy has been distributed. !(I privileged children in connection class of men who will be arrange able to I the number of children which: have living toys.

,The packages will contain fruit with the American Legion gifts. devote two hours each day for five been 'immunized during the clinic. This playlet immediately followed -
and nuts and a toy for each child I I the opening number which'was
consecutive days to the course. He
in the family to'which presented. Christmas "Santa Claus"
Cross-State Canal will decide whether or not to drill Local People Are ,
The has also restricted much by Aubrey DeValcourt.
+ war I students II
the adults with, the school -

of the other Christmas program To Be Used ForTransporting ,or to place them in special Named Officers In Taking the part of the children
in the plantations such as the
e. groups.In were Joyce Turner as Martha, Car-

Christmas tree lighting contests OilsThe addition to the work here I Moore Haven Lodges ole Maxwell as Joan, Betty Jean
which have made the plantationstake
Bob will also conduct classes in Horn as Berta, Elnora Tanner as

on a cheerful Yuletide appearance Pahokee and Moore Haven and will I I Betsy, Archie Blackwell as Tod,

at each Christmas season. Caloosahatchee.Okeechobee be assisted by his brother Dan, and A number of Clewiston people Lionel Beatty as Peter, Elton, Mc-

t The government has asked this waterway will be used to haul' oil Dick Patterson who are both R. O. will be installed as' officers in the I Call as James and Joe Schroederas

:year that all 'outdoor lighting be I barges across the state of Florida, II T. C. students. I Masonic and.. Eastern Star lodges Jack. Toys were as follows:

dispensed with. I,according to I a message received The special training is one of I lof Moore Haven when those two I Tommy Walton, the Jack-in-the-

But there will be no dimming I Friday by Commodore A. H. Brooksof the objectives of the Victory Corps lodges hold their joint installationof i, box, Elissa Mueller as Story Book,

of the Christmas spirit and in the East Coast inland waterwayand which has secured volunteers from new officers next Monday nightat I Billy Brooks Jimmy Westbury,

-; every plantation the schools have Carl Hanton of the Okeechobee the university advanced ROTC eight o'clock in the fraternal Jimmy Cain as Tin Soldiers, Sharon -

enjoyed programs of the season and Flood'Control "Board, from U. S. corps to train over a thousand' rooms of that place. I Crochet, Norma Jean Pollard and

each ,of the churches is having its Senator Claude Pepper Washing-- high school students and others in Mrs. Sara Etta Fountain, local Shirley Marshall as dolls, Billy

K own entertainment. I. tdn. more than forty towns throughoutthe Western Union operator whose Nail, Manning Carter and Jimmy

The message, said that arrange- state. home is in Moore Haven, will serveas Knight as teddy bears, Jerry Ezelle,

Good Crowds'' Attend (I ments had been made for startingat The two over-all objectives of the Worthy Matron of the Eastern Dickie Cain as monkeys, Herbert

once an oil barge movement from Victory. Corps program are the Star for the coming year and Mrs. Waiston as the elephant, Alvin

! Various ProgramsGood Fort Myers to Stuart via the Ca- training of youth for war service Charles Pirkle of Clewiston will be Garrett as the Horn, Evelyn Havenas

loosahatchee-Okeechobee canal and after leaving' school and the active the Associate Matron I. E. Scottof Raggedy Ann, Gene Fuller as

from there to points north and participation of youth in the com- Moore Haven is the Worthy Pa- Raggedy Andy, John DeValcourt,

south via the inland waterway along munity's war effort while in tron and Charles Pirkle is the As- Sue Cornette and Buzzy Powers as
attendance reported
was : the Atlantic Coast. school sociate Patron, Mrs. S. C. Skinnerof Clown Dolls and Emma Jane Ezelleas
from all of the Christmas pro
grams held this week, 'in the com The operation, Senator Pepper's Training will take up orientation Moore Haven is Conductress and Drum Major.

munity. message said,' will be by Gordon and'organization, positions, facings, Mrs E. W. McLeod of Clewiston is Singers for the play, from the

Duke of the Southeastern Petroleum steps and marching, squad and Associate ,Conductress. Mrs. C. H.. fourth grade were Patsy Meredith.

The Community Church program' I Company who was given' a platoon drills, physical drills, and Settle and Mrs. Caroline Bales were Carol Alston, Vivian Cray, Rachel

for the Sunday School was held I clearance by federal agencies to put practice in voice commands. Each reelected as secretary and treasurer Miner, Eleanor 'Von Mach, Phyllis-

f Tuesday night, for the elementary I four steel barges, whicji he has on trainee will have an opportunity to Mrs. Fountain has named among Bishop, Richard Griffin and Willard
and adult but the little tots
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i school\ I i I hand, immediately: into the:,service. take command of the squad. her appointive officers Mrs. Mary Jones.
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L and their parents had their pro- I "This is only, the beginning i ,." theelegrntitgirj T Etherton_ A\la;.,,1Irp.: E. .Townsend 'The':"HlgK School then presenteda
and tree the previous '
.the ,'Baptist, Church"presented; day its # };:>: 'k'r' details will Christmas BeingObserved 'as Esther''' and E. W. McLeodas Chris'tinas"pageant following the

be available later. Sorry there has sentinel. old, .but ever -new Christmas story.
excellent Christmas pageant last
and been such '''a delay:: ,but we are mak- By StoresEvery The Masons will \. install Carr Louise. Prewitt 'was the reader and
rJ night followed by the program '
ing our dream of use of. our, inland Settle as' Worshipful ,Master, Mack the various Biblical characters ,were
;:: tree for the little folks. On, both i
waterways come true. Greene as Senior Warden and S. pantomined by 'students. A chor-
occasions Santa Claus made an ap-'
pearance. -. I, Washington dispatches since con- store and business of C. Skinner as Junior Warden, ;all I ous composed of high school students ...
firmed that a large barge construction of Moore Haven but with one 'exception -
: Clewiston, so far as is known, will gave the music Jfo nth
.. Midnight mass at the Catholic had been all of the appointive of- -
finally au-
J' 'Church I program celebrate Christmas Day and many pageantqfT'. 1;:_.JL_, jT.L
last night attracted the
thorized by Donald Nelson of the will take off the entire weekend.The ficers named by Mr Settle are front CarliTB
I usual large crowd and was said to : Mary was played by
war production board and Senator office force of the United Clewiston. '
been <>urne, Joseph by Sammy Young,
have most impressive. ;
Pepper said that a directive wouldbe States Sugar Corporation will take W. C. Owen will serve as Senior, '
the shepherds by Johnnie Sullivan,
{ Today the community is' quiet as issued today to start construc- the week-end but the field force I Deacon, G. E. Etherton as Junior Charles Benbow, Jack Martinez and
each person celebrates' the holiday tion at once. Deacon E. E Gross as I
will resume work Saturday morn- :, Chaplain, 1
the Carolyn
I Bailey, angels by -
in ,their own way, most of them "Many of ,these barges," his telegram ing. --Governmental offices will W. H. Lanier as Junior Steward ide'Bl dsoe" and

at home' with their,own family' and said, "will be put on Florida take only the one day as will the and N. V. S. Muraford as Tiler. Bryant, J
Wise Men by
Marjorie Allen, the
their o'Yn tree.Kiwanis inland waterways when corn plet- stores. There had The installation is a public one
been some
.. Bruce Beardsley, Junior Martinez
elli ..t- j .. : 'Iii I ::::JA.I.A".aJ 1: 1-., 1 talk of closing stores for the weekend to which the families of Masons and Sherwood .Hall. The cholrlst--
Committees I It is understood that the Dulce and Stars are 'cordially invited. Refreshments -
I j i j but It was felt that this might ers were Barbara DeVane, Shirley
barges, which will begin l will :be served followingthe
!' opera- work a hardsihp on some customers Krueger, Betty Lou Emrich, Letha
; Are Named Owen tions at once will light fueli meeting by Star committee.
By carry if closed for three days. a Blackwell, Cleo Scott Marsha Nor

.. oil, with Miami as the principal ton Ouida Johnson Marguerite
I I destination for the time being. For ,
UAPTIST CIRCLE HOLDS Surrency, Andree Stanford, June
"President-elect W.. C. Owen of... "military reasons," Senator Pepper CHRISTMAS PARTY AT RECTORY
:MEETING TUESDAYThe Espenlaub Janice Norton, Joanne
'the, Clewiston Kiwanis Club last said, there would be no ,disclosureof
I Iv Erler, Harriet Alston and Carline
week jnained the followingcom- the means by which the oil will About thirty Sunday 'School chil-
Amanda Tinkle Circle of the Berner.
mittee Chairmen and members to be brought to Fort Myers.Mr. dren of St. Margaret's parish attended !
Baptist Woman's Missionary Union
serve during 1943 which is said Duke, in cooperation with I the Christmas party given
z met at the home of Mrs. O. A. BRIDGE CLUB CHRISTMAS:
for them the ladies of the
to be one of the most complete Lee County interests and the Okep- by
committee set-ups in the entire dis-I chobee board, arranged the "testtows" Clarke Tuesday afternoon. The Altar Society at the Rectory. Satur- PARTIES FOR MEMBERSMrs.
meeting opened_ with prayer anda
trict: of oil barges via the Fort day morning.
devotional centering around the G. H. Small entertained her
YOUTH SERVICE, C. Wilson Myers-Stuart canal and the East The living rooms of the Rectory
Christmas story, which were givenby bridge club Wednesday evening,
chairman, (a) Underprivileged Coast inland waterway last spring.At were decorated for the Christmas
Mrs. Clarke. and awarded favors to all attend-
Child, G. H. Brown and G. H. that, time he and associates season and attention was centeredon
After the business meeting, ing. The Small home was decorated -
Small, (b) Vocational Guidance, C. made a proposal to put a large a beautiful lighted Christmastree
drawn and a Christ- for the Christmas season. Favors -
names were
W. Miller, W. W. Perry, W. L, scale operation into effect but approval which held a present for each
mas gift exchange was held. Mrs. were miniture boots filled with
Brantley. (c) Boys and Girls Work, was withheld by Washington child. '
Clark served punch and Boston candies and twenty-five cent war
After the of Christmas
R. H. Knight, John Montgomery authorities. singing '
and E. E. Gross.COMMUNITY I' cream pie. Several games were en- carols refreshments were served to stamps. '
joyed during a social hour and Mrs. Ruth B. Owens won first
the children and gifts from the
4c_ SERVICE, R. M., Labor Situation Is I Mrs M.: A. Thomas received a tree were distributed.: prize and also the travelling prize,
Bishop chairman. (a) Agricul-
I prize as winner. and Mrs. Carl Berner won second

ture: Dan Padgett. (b) Public Affairs -" Said to Be Easing Up! Attending were" Mrs. S. P. CHRISTMAS PARTY AT prize. Refreshments' of apple pie
M. Cornette and G. B. Mrs. 'served to Mrs.
j Slonaker Mrs. A. H. King, LAMER HOME MONDAY and were
Thomas. (c) Business Standards, _, I C. R. Krueger, Mf$. M. A. Thomas, John Elmore Mrs. W. E. Dilley,

W. A. Davis, _M. S. Wright andG. I With the virtual completion- of Mrs Fred Perry;, Mrs. A. H. Mrs. W. H. Lanier entertained Mrs. Josephine Knight, Mrs. M. E.

W. Tyson. the bean harvest in the Lake area Vann, Mrs. Fred Topper and Mrs.' members of her Sunday School class Von Mach. Mrs. C. E. Miner, Mrs.

ADMINISTRATION, .J. W. Ezelle, the shortage of labor is said to be GC W. Bing. with a Christmas party at her home Berner and Mrs. Owens.

chairman (a) Kiwanis Education,I easing up considerably and it is -- -- --. .- -- Monday evening. Mrs. Carl Berner -

t''" A. W. Sias. (b) Classification and I probable that labor will come to the SUE CORXETTE CELEBRATES substitute teacher, attended and The Evening Bridge Club held

Membership, J. E. Beardsley and. cane fields soon to speed the tempo EIGHTH HIRTHDAY MONDAYMrs. assisted the hostess. Its Christmas party Friday night

;.- C. A.- Martinez. (c) Public Rela- of the cane harvest. I The girls sang carols and told with Mrs Foy Durrence hostess.A .

{ tions and Publicity, Dick Hall and Some bean growers picking from E. M. Cornette entertainedwith Christmas stories around the tree. lighted Christmas tree and other

J. E. Beardsley. small acreages this week, said that a children's party Monday Later the class Christmas gift exchange decorations were used in the liv-

I CLUB MEETINGS, C. J. Lovvorn they got more pickers than they afternoon, celebrating the eighth was held. ing room. A buffet supper of ham-

chairman (a) Attendance. L. A..1 I could use and at a lower price per birthday of her daughter Sue. A Mrs. Lanier served a Christmas burgers, baked beans cole slaw and

,/ Wolff and R. H. Knight. (b) House.' hamper than at any previous time green and yellow color' scheme was dessert and drink to Carol and Har- coffee was served before the bridge

G. E. Etherton and C. A. Martinez. in the season. carried out in the refreshmentsand riet Alston, Jo Ann Crouch, Carline game. *

(c) Reception Dick Hall and Hub The price paid for picking beans party accessories. Berner Shirley Owen, Mary Louise High prize was won by Mrs. A.

Spooner. (d) Program and Music,, has been a great inducement this After enjoying several games, the Thomas, Pat Bailey, Miriam Nail, C. Carlton and second by Mrs.

,C. J. Loworn, Capt. C. G. Nlcker-' season for colored labor, to 'quit children were served with ice cream Ann Slonaker, Rachel Miner, Anne Curtis Thompson. After bridge

\ son and Porter Thomas.' other jobs to go to the bean fields, and birthday cake. The' guest list and Louise Prewitt and Niven the annual Christmas gift exchangewas

' SPECIAL, Hub Spooner, chairman but it will now be several weeks be- included Sharon Crochet, Mary Fay Gardner held, with each member re..

-. (a) Achievement Reports" A. fore any great number of beans are Andrews, Evelyn Haven, Clara ceiving a gift from another who

O. Ward. (b) Citizenship, J. W, ready for harvesting and this labor Hedke, Claire Jones, Iris Ann Robert Kelly of the U.. S: Naval had received her name when the

Durden (c), Support Churches. A. will likely be. looking for other Wright, Betty Young, Emma Jane I Base at Mayport arrived Sundayand drawing was held

W. Sias (d)' Good Will and jobs' .',. ;i' : Ezelle, Norma Perry, Janice Ma- spent the day with Mr. and

Grievances, EM.. Cornette, Dan- l gill George Anne Suggs, Iris Can- Mrs E. E. Kelly, who accompanied Medical research in tuberculosis,

Padgett A. *O. Ward Emily P., Bissell of Wilmington non, Linda Lee, John Perry, Jerry him to West Palm Beach financed by; the Christmas Seal

,.)" PROJECTS, G, B. Thomas, chair 'DeL, started the ,first Christmas Bolton Paul Bowden Jo Anne Monday morning to return to his Campaign,"'"-.is going on in 11 out
/ man, L. A.: Wolff and G. H. Small, :: ''Seal Campaign in 1907. Pitzen and Mrs. Jerry Fugate. base. standing universities.

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.- .6f=JACKSON GREGORY SUNDAY GOOD breeding differs, if at f
.. Lesson from high breeding / i
:_itii; GREGORY W.N.U.RELEASE only as it gracefully remembersthe i

THE STORY SO FAR: Old Early BUI mor-a flick of _devilishness, too, thing about a stage, having a good Of The By HAROLD Moody Bible L. LUNDQUIST.Institute of D.Clile.igo.D. rights of others, rather than I
dole, whose days were numbered, bad maybe-touched his'lips saddle horse, and had ridden by j (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) gracefully insists on its own !'

been shot from ambush early one morn- When Cal, first to return, came way of Top Notch simply because it I rights.Thomas.Carlyle.. r
ins by a man who escaped with only a back into the room he thought the lay on his line of travel. Now, be- Lesson for December 27 /have believed the best of every' man i
bullet hole through his hat. Early Dill I
staggered home and sent his Mexican old man was asleep. So he was. Old ing awake, he yawned comfortablyand I And find that to believe it is enough
hand, Gaucho Ortega, for his friends Doc Early Bill Cole, full of years and stretched and came"close to dozing Lesion subjects and Scripture texts selected To make a bad man show him at his ....j, #
Joe and the Judge, who arrived without of wickedness and of a rare sweet- off again. Then through the Council and of copyrighted by International best ; t..J
Religious Education used
delay at the King Cole Ranch. Early ness, was taking his ease in his last other, coarser sounds of men.swear- i: permission. ; by: Or even a good man swing his lantern I"
Bill needed the doctor to attend hIs long sleep. ing at horses and trace chains jan- 'i I higher.
wound and the Judge to make his will. .. gling, he heard another sound, and DYNAMIC CHRISTIAN LIVING YEATS. I

However Old Bill thought It would be It was hard to catch a glimpse of he thought ,dreamfully that it fitted Give the world the best \
fun to make two Identical wills. One the girl's eyes, so wide and droopingwas far more pleasantly into the ,early LESSON TEXT-Romans 1213921. have and the best will you 1
bequeathing his ranch and money to GOLDEN TEXT-Be not overcome of evil comeback
the brim of her pink straw hat, daylight hour. Little Ann Lee, very '
Busty but to
Lee, daughter of hIs old friend overcome evil with good.-Romans 12:21: you.-Mary Ange de
Lee; and the other leaving the same to so long and inclined to lower them- gay and electric this. morning, was Vere.
Cole Cody, son of another old friend. selves bafflingly were her lashes. laughing.He I' Dynamic-there is a word withan \
Now continue with the story. Her cheeks, too, were pink, and got up then, dressed and ran I attraction for both young and
there was a laughing dimple in one his fingers through a wild thatch of old. It speaks of power, but not
CHAPTER HI of them. She scarcely lifted her dark red hair, cocked ,his hat on at just brute force. There is personality .
fluffy skirts an inch when she an angle which bespoke an interest with its winsomeness, challenge, EASY TO BUY
Warm as the early summer eve- stepped up into the stage; there was in life and full approval of it, and I accomplishment, all around attrac- 1
ning was, a thundering log fire was just the flash of an out-peeping tiny stepped along outside. And just as tiveness and usefulness the Besuretoinsiston I PURE ASPIRIN
as essen- genuine St.Joseph I
making the rocks blazing hot in the foot, the merest suspicion of a pink- he got outside the,door Long Peters, i tial element of this kind of power.It Aspirin every I Quality_Assured___
living room fireplace at the King stockinged ankle, and about her a the stage driver, was calling down may surprise some of us to time. You can't buy aspirin that can do l
Cole Ranch. Drawn before the she had more for you, so why World's
up wisp of fragrance as though from his high seat. hear pay more.
that this is the kind of life
hearth in his most commodious big herself largest seller at lOc. Economy sires, 36
; just bathed and sprinkled "All aboard, folks. Here we go. I every Christian may, and ought, to tablets 20c-100 tablets for only 35c.
I chair sat old Early Bill with with Florida Water. It was then that Cole Cody saw live, by the grace of God.
,long legs tucked under a heavy .red Little Miss Ann Lee, accompaniedby Ann Lee stepping up into the stage. Such a life can be lived only as
II I wool blanket, with his overcoat on and tremu- Golf vs. BowlingThe
Aunt Jenifer, fragile He did catch the most fleeting of God's is able to flow througha
I and buttoned to his chin, with his lously smiling under her poke bon- glances from her eyes under the surrendered power life. This must beginin odds against making a hole-

hat on, too. His only attendant, net, had taken the first stage from long, demure lashes, and noted how the individual, and in the depthof in-one in golf are about 30,000 tone

I the only person he would toleratein Bantam Springs, arriving at ,the the pink of her cheeks was as soft his own heart. Then it will appear while the odds against making ((....
the house, his foreman Cal Round- small crossroads settlement of Top as the softest of apple-blossom colors in his relationship to his breth- a perfect score of 300 in bowl- '-
tree, stood as far as he could from Notch in the early evening. There' tinting the eastern sky. ren in the church and ultimatelyin ing on new alleys with new"'pins is

t: the fire, his face glistening with she and her aunt tarried overnightat "Hold on there!I" shouted Cole Co- his life in the world., about 290,000 to, one. In other
sweat. the very respectable boarding- words, it is far easier to shoot a
dy, and bore down on the stage at a
". Cal mopped his forehead with a house operated by a local celebrity, run. He called back to the hostler I. In the Heart (vv. 1-3). hqle-in-one than it is to make 12
i blue bandana sopping, and the It is only the believer who is
, already Big Belle. And there they spent who had just lent a hand with hitch- consecutive strikes.
had his say, not for the first time, following day and night waiting for, ready to serve God. The unregen- t ti i
ing up, "Keep my horse until I come
erate man needs cleansing not con-
either. ,
to take them a day'sjourney
another stage "
back and the door
:' "Bill," he said explosively, "I tell through the mountains to jerked stage secration. Having that, he is readyfor Acid

: you you're crazy I You'd ought by the King Cole Ranch, some miles on open. the transforming work of God Indigestion w '
kind of a "If you're comin' along, pardner, which will bring him out into a I t
b rights to have some the nearer side of Bald Eagle.All Relieved in minutes or double money back
couldn't said Long Peters, his whip poised place of freedom and spiritual When excess stomach acid causes painful suffocalIng i
;:; nurse here with you; me, I this, of course, was because of ,
gas sour stomach and heartburn doctors usually I
ready for the long snaking out of the
nurse a sick colt. A woman any- the letter she was carrying with hero strength. Notice that this is brought prescribe the fastest-acting medicines known for
lash into the crack that symptomaticrelief-medicines like those In Bell-ana
;:: pistol-like about by an act of the will. We
: how. Somebody to- Tablets. No laxative. Bell-ana brings comfort in ajiffy I
old 0 would start his team off like a shot, are to present ourselves living or double your money back on return of bottle !
t, "Dry up, Cal, snapped the I as a to us.lie at all druggists.
Get "climb up here. No more room in- sacrifice. That is God t
: man. "Go get me a drink. our part, f tf
yourself one, too. And quit beller- r) Q"ill side. will respond in blessing.
Unfortunate I
itf. ing like a bull calf." Cole Cody didn't make out clearly Conformity to this world (v. 2) One
Cal Roundtree, growling like a who the other inside passengerswere is the blight on the church and on There is no one more unfortu- I G

:. bear with a sore paw, started kitch- ; he didn't even see Aunt'Jeni the individual believer which so nate than the man who has never

r'". enwards but stopped abruptly as he fer. He saw nothing but the girl hampers the work of Christ in the been unfortunate, ,for it has never .a -
::' heard the lively racket of a horse's with the big pink straw hat. It world today. The worldly Christianis been his power to try himself.- :

." hoofs coming on to the house. The drooped on each side of- her lovely an anomaly.The Seneca..
I'4. sounds stopped at the front door; t face and there were ribbons stream- call then is for nonconformityto
then there was a lusty knocking. ing from the brim. He almost made the world and surrender to the

", "Come in, you fool!" yelled old her a bow; not quite, but he did take transforming grace of God.II. .

', Early Bill.Rance off his hat. She almost smiled, but In the Church (vv. 9-16). l
.:: Waldron stepped in, just then she looked away very quickly''' The dynamic living of the Chris-
across the raised threshold, and and began talking hurriedly to her tian is not something to be paraded
.." stopped there looking about him, companion. The driver called out a before the world, a thing of whichwe '
taking in everything a sweeping ay second time impatiently, Cole Cody may be proud. It begins, as we I I I

glance. Then his look centered prob- e climbed up on the high seat, the have seen, in the heart, and then There's Rood reason why PAlO ointment -
ingly upon the man in the chair. whip snapped at last and they were gives itself tin gracious, affectionate, has been used liy en many millions ,'..
of sufferers from simple 1'ilcs. First. v
"This the King Cole"Ranch?" he off. v earnest living within other believers. PAZO ointment soothes inflamed areas ,
: said. "You're Mr. William Cole?" The girl was saying softly into her, Here we note that being dynamicdoes -relieves pain and itchin!!. Second -

"Shut the door, Rance," said Ear- a1 l aunt's ear, "Did you see him, Aunt not mean only being a "live dried IAZO parts-helps ointment lubricates prevent tracking hardened and;
ly Bill, and all of a sudden his Jenny? Isn't he-I mean-" wire." It may express itself in quiet- soreness. Third. PAZO ointment tendsto
reduce swelling and check bleeding.
voice was quiet and all but toneless. "What?" ness which is graciously powerful; Fourth it's easy to use. i'AZO.oint-

One speaks of a poker face; well, "He saw you!I" in goodness which overcomes evil; ment's perforated simple thorough.Pile Pipe Your makes doctor application -,

his voice now was' a poker voice. Cole Cody, generally as forthrightas in love which weeps' with the sor- can tell you about PAZO ointment.
"You never saw me before," said a flying arrow going places, was rowing; or in humility which is will-
t, Rance Waldron, puzzled. "How'did inclined to a certain circuity this ing to touch the lowly. 1!
you know me?" morning. He remarked on the horses These ,verses are full to overflow- 4

"Oh, I saw you once, two-three first of all, not being in the least in- ing with the kind of instruction No Certainty
months ago, Waldron. Four months terested in them, yet singling out the which; if heeded, would make the '
ago, maybe. You mightn't rem em. off leader for remark; and in return fellowship of the church well nigh Any one who is prosperous may
ber. Me, I don't forget. Over at got a thumb nail sketch of that ani- heavenly. For example, "in honor by the turn of fortune'swheel be-

Bantam Springs, it was." ( mal's career, character and pedi- preferring one another" would put come most wretched Marcellinus.before eve-

"But-but-" Rance stuttered. "At gree. He spoke of Top Notcn; of a an end to church "fights"blessedthought ning.-Ammianus

Bantam Springs, that night! Of high mountain town he knew they If all were "fervent in

course I remember. There was a L9 would pass through, Tap Rock; then spirit, serving the Lord" there t' IRRITATIONS OF ;
card game-we had a few drinks of Bald Eagle. Of what a fine'day it would be no problem about gettingthe KR Ii
together-But I didn't know who you -- was. And finally-of the inside pas- work of the church and Sunday EXTERNAL CAUSEacne

were! I didn't know your name- Old Early Bill Cole was taking his sengers. school done, and done well.If pimples, bumps (blackheads), and
If: they just called you Bill-Why didn't ease in his last long sleep. "Folks that live around here? Or Christians were "patient in trib- ugly miseries broken-out with simple skin.home Millions treatment.relieve

you tell me?" now, a most mystifying communication strangers?" ulation," would continue "instant in Goes to work at once. Direct action aids
. "Better get a move on and bring and rejoice "in hope healing: by killing! perms it touches. Use
from a Mr. William Cole-intriguing Long Peters swung his equipage prayer, we Black and White Ointment only as di
;: that jug, Cal," said Early Bill, andI' even beyond its mere mys- around a bend, down into a shallow, would at once be free from com- rected. lOc,25c.50c sizes.25 years success.
left the young man utterly to his own plainers, and weak or unhappy Monoy-back guarantee. S3T Vital In
tification, because of the hundred dry creek, cracked whip again cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous
devices. dollar yellow back that, had come and started them briskly up a sharp church members.We Black and White Skin Soap daily.
But Cal Roundtree didn't budge; with it. A huge sum of moneybutwith slope with the lifting mountains could goon, but what we needto ,.....
I','. he stood stock still; staring in fascination certain strings to it. looming steep and black ahead. do is to practice it.
War Bonds
t Get
at the visitor's face. Rance And, upward of a hundred miles First disposing of those of his cargo III. In the World (vv. 17-21).
was bare-headed; the fire glow whom he knew he got around at "Take that is to
from Bantam Springs at the trading thought, plan To Help Ax the Axis
seemed to make his face ruddier post where he went now.and then, a last to Ann Lee and Aunt Jenifer. have "things honest in the sight of
:: and ruddier until it grew bright red. young man named William Cole "We're carryin' a couple nice ladies all men." Bishop Moule's commentis

Or was it just the fireglow, Cal won- Cody had ,received a very similar too," he said. "Don't know particularly acute. He says the '
.. dered? Yes, Rance Waldron was remembering ; letter. He considered the thing some much about 'em. They come this Christian "is to be nobly indifferent ; 0 tCLDSguickii
II : That poker game at sort of a hoax-but then the hundred far with Hank Roberts day 'fore yes- to the world's thought and word I \
Bantam Springs! dollar "expense" money enclosedwas tiddy; I only saw the two of 'em when he is sure that God and the I -
: But this consternation, holding real dough. It was a long trip breakfas' time. They're a Miss Ed- world antagonize. But he is to be .u.i( j f

." him tongue-tied and at utter loss, across the mountains to Bald Eagle wards, that's the old lady and she seriously attentive to the world's observation LIQUIDTABLETS

was only momentary. He was a ; he had heard of the place as ain't real old at that. and her> niece, were the world more or (5 6 6 SALVE ;.) 4
'if. young man parts, was Rance Wal had most men within a pretty con- Miss Ann Lee. They come from less acquainted with the Christian COUCH DROPS
dron hard to down and harder
'",'" keep, down. Of sudden to siderable radius. Why the devil I somewhere way down yonder; precept or principle, and more or
a startling he and travel Bantam less conscious of its truth and right,
should pickup because around some place, 51 42
t: both Early Bill and Cal Roundtree WNU-7 -
he began laughing some no' doubt crack-brained individual Hank says. And they never: been up is watching, maliciously, or it may.

I. "Bill Cole, you old heller!" he I beckoned? Why? Well then, this way before; goin' to see some be wistfully, to see if it governs the '

shouted when he grew. articulate."I because a thing like that gets a of their folks. Jus' visiting'." Christian practice." ,
;1;": might have known at the time man's curiosity stimulated until it "Going far?" young Cody asked How then does the Christian be-
that it was you! I've heard about. won't let him rest; because it is a casually."All have toward the world? He does'not

f you all my life, the sorts of things a simple thing for youth to scent ad- the way through to Bald Ea- return evil for evil. How often
t.' man might expect from you-only venture over the next hill. And, whenhe gle.. We get there early tonight." Christians have failed at that point. And Your Strength and
f: he'd never know what to expect! is handed a key, it's sheer human He eased his straining horses downto The Christian is not to seek re Energy Is Below Par LIt
r.::: He sobered. "Me, I didn't show up nature for a man to wonder a walk as the slope steepened venge. The injustice suffered may may be caused by disorder of kidney -
: very well that night, did I? Guess I what lock it fits! and the road narrowed and rough be confidently left in the hand of waste function to accumulate.that permits For truly polacnout many
, I must have been halfway drunk- So in the end Cole Cody slid into ened. "How about you, stranger? Iain't God. He will make it right in due people feel tired, weak and miserable
: and your style of playing drove his newest boots and hat, decorated ever seen you any place." season and in His own way. He acid when and the kidneys other waste fail to matter remove from excess they
I 1''.; me crazy-and to top it off, I lost himself with his most flamboyant "Me? I'm headed on to Bald Eagle will judge righteously, where we .
pretty nearly every cent I had in bandana, looked to his guns and too. No, I've never been up this might be prejudiced. We might be rheumatic may pains suffer headaches nagging, backache dizziness,;
the world. Just you wait until I can through Black Rock Pass, and way. My stamping ground's down too severe; He will be fair. The getting up nights, leg pains, swelling.
" get into another game with you!I" came in due course to the stage around Dutch Skill's Trading Post." way to deal with such situations is Sometimes with smarting frequent and and burning scanty urination Is another -
y,:, "Sure Say Cal! Where's that ,stop at Top Notch. He stabled his "Glad to know you. My name's by the "coals of fire" method (v. sign that something is wrong with
jug?" horse had and went to Tom Peters." It works. the kidneys or bladder.
supper bed. Peters; 20). really There should be no doubt that prompt
:, "I'll go put up my horse," said In the morning. he'd saddle and ride "Glad to know you, Mr. Peters. Verse 21 sums up the whole mat- treatment Is wiser, than neglect. Use ,... '
; Rance Waldron.. Cole the evil of Doan't Ptll It is better to rely on a ....
; I'm Cody; Cody. ter. Instead of letting medicine that has won countrywide- \ ;.-
r:, Again Early Bill Cole said, on.But a man never knows! Long Peters proffered his hand, this world get the best of him, the proval than on something less favorably
I.., "Sure," and lay back in his chair He had ridden late last night and the taut reins still in its grip, and Christian will "overcome evil with known.many Doan't years.have Are been at all tried drug and store tested -

t 1' and pulled his hat brim down. He would have slept late this morninghad they shook that way. good." It seems just now that sucha Get Doan's today.DOAN .
I sat there very still, looking into the he not been awakened by the Almost immediately they entereda plan does not work, that evil has

h fije.: A queer little smile, a happy commotion out in the yard attend- ,great, silent and glooming wilder taken the upper hand, but let lis SPILLSt
; sort of smile with some strange sort ant upon the stage preparing for de- ness. wait a bit. The final accounting has
j of tenderness in it and a flick of hu parture. He hadn't thought any- (TO BE CONTINUED) not yet been made.

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'u .. The dud actor walked proudly to
" i 'it '::;'''' ., "":yyw rNN 'lJf. the center of the stage, beaming. NO TER information on various subjects 7 7MMMhhMMMhhhMhMMhMhMMMhMMMhr.t.

"Good afternoon ladies and
gen- .
If a tablecloth is badly tea- Vaseline will prevent patent tlemen," he said. "I sincerelytrust -- -MMhMMM

stained, rub the stains with ordi- leather from cracking. Rub a lit- that you will all enjoy my The Question 8. If you had a nom de plume

f.: nary washing blue some time be- tle on your shoes before venturingout performance. For my opening, 1. According to mythology, Mt. you would have'what, a feather
fore the cloth is to be washed. in the cold. number I'd like to do an impersonation Parnassus was the favorite hauntof fan, a pen name, or a French

Then boil as usual and both blue of that famous chap whom? maid?

and stains will disappear. Fruit and berry pies with lattice- Rudy Vallee." 2. How is asbestos obtained? The Answer :,;

<. style tops require less baking time The orchestra swung into an in- 3. If you suffer from hypnophobia 1. Apollo.

Fish and seafood should be usedas than two-crust pies. troduction and the dud began to you fear what? 2. Asbestos is mined. .

soon after purchasing as pos- croon. The audience soon grew 4. Why were gypsies so named? 3. You fear sleep. .'

sible. To store fish, wrap it in When washed woolen sweaters restless. And by .the time the 5. Who was the author of the 4. Gypsies were thought to have i

wax paper and place just under should be put in a pillowcase, and song' was over, boos were heard statement: "These are the times come from Egypt. Their original

the. frozen food compartment. the case hung up, open, on the line. from all parts of the theater. that try men's souls1'? home, however, was in India. ;;1

This allows the wind to blow The performer looked around in 6. How long was the siege of 5. Thomas Paine. "r

Lipstick stained napkins and through and avoids any chance of bewilderment.o: Jericho? 6. Seven days. :, 1;1
',. towels should be cleaned before the garment shrinking or stretch- "Gee," he mumbled. "That 7. Tass is the official news agen- 7. Russia.

:>: laundering with a spot remover.PREPAREDNESS. ing. Vallee must be terrible!" ,cy of what country? 8. A pen name. .'

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j, ON THE I Bank of Monte Carlo I r


RED CROSS bill) Breaking the bank at Monte '
RUTH WYETH SPEARS Carlo is not quite such a prodi-

, Junior Red Cross is the gious feat as it sounds. Each table For colds'coughs,nasal congestion muscleacheagetPenetromodemmedication
I THE Red Cross in the for roulette starts play with its mutton suet base 25t,double supply 35 in*.
I : schools of the nation. It is also STEEL COT WITH own individual bank, or reserve of

: :.', the world's largest youth organi- GOOD SPRINGS.AND money. The table's bank, there-
fore is held to be broken when Concentration
than +- a
zation, with more 14,000,000 COTTON PAD
has the whole of this Concentration is
members in the United States. player won secret of

.1 The principal duty of the Junior FRAME 0 reserve sum, together, of course, strength in politics, in war, in
with the accumulation of previous trade, in short, in all managementof
is the making
Red Cross in war time 101 I 1QJ LUMBERAND
of comfort and .recreational z tj wins by the table from other players human affairs.-Emerson.

and the game has to be sus-
articles for our service men ev- -11
D whilst fresh cash is
PLYWOODBUILT pended being
erywhere. During the past year, ,
Junior Red Cross members made Al'j brought up from the vaults. fJ"Mtl
The last time the bank was 1 1
more than 3,000,000 such articles,
recreation broken at a table in Monte Carlo's
such as games, room
kits. AROUNDTHE casino-shortly before this war- .Quit1c
furniture and writing
the lucky player gained about from S3MsstoctjUty the use of
The Junior Red Cross has also COT \ \

taken a very active part in, the .".."h.'N",_.. .-.L $24,000. YSINOLAlaska's
making of many essential articlesfor ( .T But without technically "break- \

Civilian Defense organizations << .' .' .. ... .,. ,', ing the bank," some gamblers
throughout the nation. These items PLAIN' FABRIC"COVERS I" have won very large sums indeed.
Others have lost fortunes.
and CoastlineThe
included splints, stretchers,
first aid cabinets. PAD I coastline Alaska is 26,376

"Earn, buy, make, give," are the four AND FRAME :i: Effects of Color miles. Longer than the equator ;
steps all Junior Red Cross members take CHINTZ .. itself. -
in raising and using the money,they get Tests of the effects of color on
in their national enrollment drive. They I
must earn the money to buy the materials NEW CUSHIONS TO A 241X2" human beings show that the aver-
to make the articles to give to the 'X2" age man, when asked to guess the RHEUMATIC PAIN
size and weight of
hospital, army camp or Civilian Defense comparative Mud net Spell your Day-0 t after It Rtv
organization. two identical packages, one Don't put off getting C-2233 to relieve -
t/ Junior Red Cross members have wrapped in dark and the other in pain of muscular rheuft&atlsm

also been very active in salvage light paper, will usually state that and other rheumatic pains. tuy
THIS good looking davenport NOTE: Clip and keep these directionsas C-2223 today. 60o and $1. Caution:.
f: campaigns of all kinds throughout no hint that its early life they are not in any of the home- the dark one looks heavier and Use only as directed. First bottle
tt the nation, contributing more than iron cot with making booklets prepared by :Mrs. Spearsfor smaller than the light one, says purchase price back if not satisfied.
was spent as an a
our.readers. In the BOOK 8 of
half of the salvage gathered by new Collier's. He will also overesti-
thin cotton The sketch shows this series
pad. you will find dimensions for
t:> children of school age throughout how the frame is made. It is cov- many other economical things to make mate a period of time spent in a Knowing ManIt -
the country. for your home. To get a copy of BOOK red room and underestimate it ina
In addition to furbishing ered with rather heavy green cot- 8, send your order direct to: blue is far easier to know men
oppor- room.
ton material. The of'the cot
tunity to learn by making these than to know. man.-La Rochefou-
is also covered with this goods and cauld.
articles for service'men and oth- MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
the ruffle across .the front is at- Alaska's Name,
ers, the Junior Red Cross ,affords : Bedford Hills New York ".
tached to it. .
Drawer 10
children of school basic train-
age .
The separate cushions are cov-
Alaska froman
The name comes
ing in civilian preparedness so that Enclose 10 cents for Book 8.
they take their lateron ered with rose and green chintz Aleutian term Aliaska, which SNAPPY FACTS

in the may volunteer activities places of the and all seams are finished with Name................................ means great country or continent.The .

Red Cross or the Office of Civilian deep rose cord welting. For the I Address.......- ..................... name Alaska first appears on ABOUT <*
Defense. covering 12Vi yards of 36-inch wide a German map published in 1776. I

Prepared Exclusively for WNU. plain material and six yards of _u ______ _u___ ___ ___ I
flowered were used and 52 yardsof
welting at a few cents a yard. \
fl\ Ideal grooming for your :
.. I hair loc buys a big supply of j
J t W* rY $iTHIN A lingla bicycle Ur.and tub gives i
::. MOROLIMEBfl.1 U Zi rubber nough for the Insulation of
dZ Army radio.11. I
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Refuge of Weak r i Just bccoui the iynth.tlc rub :
Idleness is b.r program hat b..n upped to
only the refuge of ) : :
.I I q 1,100,000 font production capacIty -
weak minds, and the holiday of by the end of 1943, the
chanot of car owners getting
;t r fools.-Lord Chesterfield. Untouchable No. 29498. 15 cents, brings accurate cut- ynthvtlc area b81or.1944 have .
ting guides and complete directions for
not b..n Increa..eI. War n..d.
"What kind of fellow is '
a the Fringed Aster pattern; the resulting will take the bulk "of the iyn.thotlc. -
Smythe?" quilt is about 91 by 107 inches. Send your .

W 9 "Well, if you ever see a man order to: ,
In normal time ,Bay 1940,the arar
achts zA pxos il} trying to borrow money from an- age cat owner expanded only$15 a
other, the fellow shaking his headis AUNT MARTHABox yeu for tire and tube r.pl.c.m.nta.H. .
spent$117 for gasoline and$10
166.W Kansas City, Mo.
Smythe. for oil oat of hu annual $159 expenditure
Enclose 15 cents for each pattern for car maintenance,u-
oIuuT of heary r.pairi.Picture .
05 ihJ. Earned It } f r jyl\ desired. Pattern No............. :

Last night I met a chap with,a blackeye Name ......:........................ and 16,000 have automobile an Idea of the rei I
so I said: "That's a beauty! Who you of uied In the
J. ) f II gave it to you?" Address ............................. construction amount rubber of a IHattletblp-7S j
"Nobody gave it to me" he said. "I ton.

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MCNEIL DRUG co.inc. "They say that paper can be QUILT of surpassing beauty Marriages between both animals ". ... :
530 Broad A '- ; = ;
Str..t-bcbonvlU..Florida used to
keep a person warm. ; : .
is achieved with this new quilt and inanimate objects sometimestake
"Yes, I had a mortgage that block-Fringed Aster. Pieced dia- place in the Orient with elabo- ; l&,, ;;,/. :JI,NI): / /
kept for 20 '_ ,, .
me'sweating years. monds of pastel-two harmonizing rate religious ceremonies, says j, :- ,..-:. ",,---"-".;. .L. ---- .".. ..
c'', ta 1\ SING A SONG OF prints and a plain color-and Collier's. India has had weddingsof
Fit DescriptionA white make up the 12-inch bloc trees, monkeys and statues, and
((" KITCHEN THRIFT teacher was explaining to her which are set diagonally for ef Japan of rocks, flagons and BIGoodrieh

class the meaning of the word "col- fectiveness.. All 30 blocks may be kimonos.
I i
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PAGE "orm FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25; 1942 ,

may continue to have a Merry I i what handicaps they work. And third assistant executive officer. It for Mildred 'Durst Ward, 'as she
The Clewiston News (i sunless you listen In, you wouldn't sounds pretty soft, the way Coker, received a letter Wednesday from .
Christmas. ;guess the rude reprimands some described It; but the job probably)I Ed telling of, his safe arrival in.Afiica. .
So let's be as determined about people (thank goodness they are carries, plenty of responsibility with He said the trip over by t''

Florida Published, by every the Friday CLEWISTON In Clewiston NEWS,, this thing as they are-our gal-I I few) give them for not being more it, and Lieutenant Coker will doubt-\ boat was uneventful. They were: '-
TDC. lant soldiers, sailors and marines prompt and expert. They have less find it gives full scope to his not ,attacked until they landed.,
-let's see that we do every thingIn countless new installations, more ability. The position of third as- Then, they had a bad couple of .', :

KEATIILEY BOWDEIV, Editor our power to cherish and pre- party lines than they would like, sistant executive officer of a new days, but his entire company is :
serve the Merry Christmas. a crowded 'switchboard, and hun- naval base is a promotion of whichto safe. The letter was dated November .i
Many of us have cut way downon dreds of calls per hour. They have, be proud and we heartily congratulate 18th and of course did not l
Entered'as second class mall matter
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office in our usual Christmas preparationsthis also, the patience of Job himself. Lt. Coker 'on his good I give his whereabouts more explicitly i
Clewiston, Florida. under the Act of year. There are fewer, ; and They are doing a war-time' job and fortune. than "Africa." '''He said,, f

March 3, 1897.Sobacrlptlon more simple gifts, fewer and. simpler -I doing it -well. Thanks to you every The letter ,to the Stewarts', in I however; that he felt fine, the boys '

greeting cards, and fewer "go- one. I part, is as follows: were all well and sleeping out of: ':
Rnte $2.00 Per "l' ar. ing home" for Christmas. Many, Merry Christmas, too,' over at the "Now just look doors seemed to agree with them tall :: IJ...,.
I at title the
; on
people are spending Christmas I my That. last remark '''left' no !
Advertising Rate On Application. Western Union office.Ve" notice
envelope and where I am and say I
where they are this year, rather.I I you will no' longer be permitted to: I'm not the luckiest thing In the doubts as to his being in the real. it
than do the necessary .travelling to (Continued Page .' '
give us the correct time over the on 11) i
advanc.cment welfare world. I was, half to Keys
Devoted to the and get where they want to be. Travel- way
ofxClewiston, and Hendry County., ling this is- saved largely forth [)telephone when we let our clock West when they slopped me and,: 11
year '
j I run down. We know also that you sent here Assistant
in me as Executive -I I .I
men in the armed forces order
that best | can no longer send those fixed- Officer, which is the third .1.1I
make the I
MEMBER of their they holiday may furloughs. And I text telegrams that have been one highest officer on the entire base.I Mrs. M. A. Thomas I II
i of the luxuries of life for the past
,, ', FLoRIIl4.PR&SS ASSOCIATION to the folks who stayed home to I am, so happy I can't stand myself. I I
NAnc.\'iAL EDITORIALASSOOAJIOO 1 few: years. Those are little extra "The base is beautiful, the
them the seats,. the train, on
give on '
1 1 I services we are glad ,to do without bachelor Agent for AVON Products ,
where I live
to the i ,I I (
the bus, or even save gaso- knowing that the wires of \Vesterni brand new'and I "
line and tire wear necessary to compares with theWaldorf Box 438 Clewiston -1;
Union all over ,the world are doinga only houses sixteen of I ;
make a trip, we say on behalf of .
...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: the service men "Thanks and Merry more important' job. We and are ficers. We have the most beautiful rf
glad to give things
Christmas." !I up rooms, huge, lobby with grand -
will limit our messages to the piano, radio, victrola and just 1 ,
Merry Christmas, too, to the I l!
Thanks, Western
RAMBLINGS necessary ones. ;
., lovely furnishings, steam heat,
scores of people here In Clewistonwho j' Union. Frigidaire in kitchen and .just Florist \
By B. B. I are working under war-time I Agency \i iFt'owers
Merry Christmas, too, to' the everything you can think of. Our

.............-......... ..-.................... ..............-.........................!. I spirit handicaps and to to carry give the on best In the service, best I I many weary store-keepers and clerks mess serves the grandest food, the delivered here at no '1
i for the Lord knows: we have tried best I have had since I left your extra cost. Other towns, any- :

It's HERE at last. That Merry I possible. I I your patience in this Christmasrush. house. Everything is quite formal, where in U. S. add only cost of
and I Merry Christmas. first of all, to (i I You told us to shop early, and I love it, everyone stays' on' telegram, ranging from 20 to :
Christmas we've been hustling the post office folks. Nobody|: but to save our lives there were a his dignity, but that is better. Our,I 55 cents. I"If-.l
bustling about for the past few I knows how many hundreds and;; dozen things that had to be boughtat food isn't put on the table, but MRS. SARAH E. FOUNTAIN

weeks. And it IS a Merry Christmas hundreds of letters* and parcels I the last minute. You told us 'served by messmen. It is too won- Western Union Office

in spite of all the world tur- they have handled since Decem- that the selection would be very derful to last. I have a swell big Day Phone 82- Night ,.2791DRESSMAKING .
moil. It isn't quite the "God's in ber first. The mails have been late, small, but we kept asking, for cer- office and in the adjoining room ;

His Heaven, All's right with theworld" the bags have been crowded, pack- tain favorite brands of everything.We my yeoman to do my work. Ain'tI
that Robert Browning ages have become unwrapped and know we kept your green clerksin something?'' l

phrased. But' we have the Christ- torn, letters haven't had sufficient a daze and put a strain 'on the

mas spirit, and that means "God'sin postage, or have been improperly I old seasoned clerks, too, but. we Joe Hall arrived from wintry ALTERING,
His Heaven, All SHALL be addressed, and from early till late hope that Christmas morning will Kansas in time to spend Christmas BUTTONHOLE MAKING

right with the world." they have been faced with a steady find you enjoying a muchneededrest with Ardis, Sherwood, and the rest I.-

Merry Christmas is a tradition line of people to serve. To them, and that Santa Claus broughtyou of the Halls, and judging from his Mrs. Inez Pope : .

with all Christmas everywhere. And let's all say Thanks. the nearest thing to your beaming countenance, he 'Wouldn'ttrade Millcrest Near Passenger Depot ( 1
_ thousands upon thousands of our Merry Christmas to those pleas-; heart's desire that the market af- places with anybody.:
.. finest and best are fighting in what ant voices who answer "number forded this year. (next door to Bill Allen's) }

the Ace of them all, Captain Eddie, please," when you take down your And so, Merry Christmas to you It, i$! a .real Merry Christmas now
described as a veritable hell-hole telephone receiver. Unless you've all. I

to see, that Christians ,everywhere I I watched you have no idea under

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j ,> I GR'rrT m Christmas Day and every day J ,

II Our Boysin YOU of the taming year. May the :; I

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past season, more pleasure I I '
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{ We wish this particular issue of I ( .
i : ure than we can say, we wish you .
.. the Clewiston News could reach I V."
", 't.-'t ro auto rlh t2rrorror rr:r t"r:t- rr r r : tdror:t3r ) ..
;: : all the Happiness and Prosperity : I every service man by Christmas >< > t : r ( ,fo ,

Day. That, of course, is impos-
that Christmas and the New Year '.-
,2 sible. Christmas falls on puhlica> : ,-', ,
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:3, :, : cannot be delivered, except here in .
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wish could : > \.
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i FRANKLIN STORE H HIi for your happiness during the .! .. i'.''. 'J.,:" ,

" Christmas season and the New Year MOTOR LINES' continuing contributions of its J' : '

; approaching.All t trained men to fill key positions in the armed forces has "", ;--t: ,

of you will understand the opened desirable and important positions in this essential '. :"
.. I It predicament home folks find and ..
we of "
This is War Transportation :" ,
Z& Sfc&tZS&te Ys'ia2o'tcgt dto f iC tci GtLrelt at "rs"r t s'tor a7amri:4o: t o7c7o o'to'rv icF o"tc"7c4.'YYoY ctrtarorora7; d1 [ }industry. a e.e, (1 : "..
ourselves in when we sent out our doing their bit : ('
Florida Motor Lines employees are supplying ..:J" ...
{,., K t y iyyiiS SiiSSK iSSiSD .1 -r: -t:: .t: Christmas Greetings this year. You vital transportation to all phases of the war effort. ., '' '. ':.;". .
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The opportunity is now open to to join war- ; y
have the most intricate addresses
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! ',, .. I I Greetings Charlie to Benson you. found himself, in FOR MEN :< :/ : ;

t, !t the same predicament, for this week
.;; : came a letter from him from the COACH OPERATORS: Age 21 and up; good :'.: J:'. .

" !f I U. S. Navy Recruiting Station. i i\ driving experience (heavy equipment preferred), .', '; ;:," i;

" ', I the Postal Building, Miami. He 5 feet 7 inches, 150 pounds, minimum 8th grade ="R: r
says "Since so many of my Clew- School ': S '
education High preferred
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I I.t iston friends are in the services ,
.t< this year and I do not have all Stewards Garage Employees *: : (
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i you 'to extend my best wishes for '

I Christmas and the New Year to FOR ME'and, WOMEN: : ..,.:'. ., ,

, I-I" UJJ&J; VflJJ]) II I i them of the through Clewiston the News.I Service Column have Ticket Agents,, Baggage Clerks, Bookkeepers, Calculators : ;,.;;, '., i I" ., ...

: certainly enjoyed receiving the News I Stenographers, Typists,' Clerks, Janitors' \ 'f' '
t i S S although I have been moving and Cleaners. :' ,
i around so much during the past ,
Just wonderful Christmas
a anti all '
year that a lot of them did not It has always been our policy to give preference in employment -'

f., Happiness in the New Year: 2f catch up with me. And speaking to men and women living along our routes., .

:. about moving around, I may be on If you are. interested, mail postcard or letter, giving .'. .

the move again soon since, I have address and indicate position you are .. "
name, age, sex '
J TiJflflfi] ] } YDJJ just transferred from the Naval FLORIDA, '
f I best suited for, to PERSONNEL DIRECTOR, ,' ,. :
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yI y Well, the best of luck goes 'blank will be mailed to you, and if you are acceptable :. ,

''t' i!!fIi For your splendid patronage dining y y hearts with you here, Charlie in Clewiston, from, wherever countless and position is open, arrangements will be made for a

j I i the year just ended. y* the Navy happens to send you. personal interview and further consideration. I ;

I.! !I *' A letter from R. L. Coker to ti llllli/'f / r..
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i!! ,- 1 the E. L. Stewart family this week
' !fI tells of his exceeding good fortune.
I !It Coker furlough here with

; 'JJ B & B CASH GROCERY v vf the Stewarts spent a a short time ago, and JlORlPAMOTORllMES \\S C"lo :

I y left expecting to go to Key West.
y He was recalled before he reached
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iICIC1C'CIC+ tK 4GaE"Kt[ t-II-I&-t-ecc-t'C-ec-t(+NC-IC-ec aI EK I (tC.CJiIIIC C+(i: Naval Base at Fort Lauderdale as l
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!Food I'Value OfFish 'out that fish in general can be haven't wanted more." several months and was in Miami judge in 1927 and was employed at
classed with beef as being good Use of more fresh fish by Flor with relatives undergoing medical I the .former Bank of LaBelle several 1
sources of the vitamin B complex- ida families and canning of surplus .
Stressed treatment. during that
years period. The fanvtily
; thiamin, riboflavin, and niacin- fish by Florida home-makers not :'
*'\ SpecialistGAINESVILLE and iron, phosphorus, and high only will contribute to general Mr. Bekemeyer was a native of I: attended the Carlson Memorial
l By: 'grade protein. Fish, depending on good health, but will help to solve Illinois. He came to this section Church.
their species, Dr. French explained, the meat problem and will not affect sometime in 1916 and it was here 'hemet Survivors are his, widow who' ,
Fla.-Noted, for a're high, medium, or low In their stores of ,canned fish neededfor Miss Grace Dreyer who becamehis accompanied by relatives was able
content of the energy-producing nutriment armed forces of the United wife June 2, have
well 1918. They attend j
ills fine fishing, Florida may to the funeral, and a brother
fat, with salmon," mack- States and its allies, she asserted. lived here since.
give more attention to fish for food, ever and ,niece, both of whom live ,in
Miss Isabelle S, Thursby; food erel, and mullet containing as high "Fish from Florida's lakes and Mr. Bekemeyer served as county Illinois. .
halibut and streams coastal....waters.bass, ,
:specialist with U State?: Agricultural as 16 percent pure 'fat .; and,. '
Extension Service, said today. and haddock or codfish lacking it shad, bream, mullet, red snapper,
'"Few foods can compare with almost entirely. trout, ,oysters, shrimp, and even the >> -
,fish in quality and variety of Dr. French brought out the fact minute coquina-can be prepared I
nutritional ,factors. Fish are rich that fish oils have been used for in many delicious ways, and every:
in higfily :digestible protein, fats, their concentrated, vitamin content home-maker in the state should I
vitamins, and minerals. With the for years, being prescribed by phys- learn more about them," Miss r ; ForaHRPPY ; l lWe
necessity for rationing beef, veal, icians and sold in drug stores. :Thursby declared.
She. urged home-makers and
mutton, Florida folks will .
.herring pork and containing smaller amounts, more Miss widespread Thursby is use all of in mullet-favor ol about others preparation who ,want to and know canning more of CHRISTifiAS :

find fish to be one of the most fresh or salted. "This delicious ,
fish to their county home dem
,satisfactory replacements for rationed fish, which has been so plentiful in onstration agents.Funeral fi can think of no
: meat," she explained. Florida waters, :has not been given .
Supporting Miss Thursby's claims the place it deserves in our diets.It more. fitting expression .
F, for the food value of fish, Dr. can be cooked in many ways, Services For fi to say what we want to 11!f
Roland French, State Experiment and there are few people, once they 4 '" 'lI
Station nutrition scientist, pointedZHRISTttAS have had a helping of mullet, who! Carl BekemeyerHendry say, 'thouMERRY- ,;

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a time worn phrase
Funeral services for Carl Beke-
I M n N I meyer, 74, who died last Thursday at it's true, but somehow, ito
the home of Mr. andIrs.. J. O. a
our of thinking i
il T4cecuid4u'I way ,
Davidson, were held Sunday after-
rf. .iI J 1-t. ,,, noon at 2 o'clock at Carlson Me- these two words stand 7 o ,
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I morial Methodist Church, the Rev.H. for the true spirit of theoccasion.
.V I r D .Fisher officiating. Interment .
M I followed in the Fort Denaud ceme- '.+- Wil .

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Pallbearers were H. A. Rider, J. "' )If,
J9lVjgl O. Davidson, Dennis Small, Arthur ... .. : '''I.''.'r:(' "
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;fARBAPPIflESS ft | Fort Myers were in charge of ar I I 'J1
SBI rangements.Mr. ',f. ;::"':, l
i Bekemeyer had been ill only ',: ": "
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'J Yours at /' '" Dr. C. E. Weaver, and his death : CLEWISTON: BAR
came as a surprise. He was not bed- I

\: : j i CUSlllSAnd S I .K We thank vs>->' you for gg ftg fast the at home any time.of friends. He.because passed awayat Mrs. Closed All Day Christmas g g3&SCSSt3

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your many favors gi Bekemeyer, had been ill the past -te: -t-,!: j5S 542 J -r.: wt S 3 5'SJ'St2S' ((3

;, :1 Every Day of the during the past year, Ap .
'Y extend best -t:. -t: !1:; -t: -t: : .t: .t: .t-t.: .e: -t: -t-t: .
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i. i, flEUJYEPf I | wishes for a Merry g v 1
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,: Clewiston _Realty .& i r Sinclair Service rStation II NAPPY ''DEW YEAR i

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.o t dri laF dYo T s7afa dt Rs'ii7ot+t'o i.h} aSit olm3 a age

it difficult to keep 'pace with an

1 ta f:- r ro a t t rltt:ot r r:-t- t::t ar ( ra t; raarara r tsr ar":-J ri :t"J c '. ever-changing world but with i
I. i : the sincere expression of good will

.' TO I enduring through all ages,, we i

-. Just to wish"you happiness and repeat: i

w all'that brings you cheer o'n'i ..
GR'rr LCI :Chr tmas'' Day and every day z je !lt A MERRY, CHRISTMAS AND i iA

.i of the coming: year. May the 'U J
blessings.of a Merry Christmas i 't i iI

follow you wherever you go 1 : -

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of coffee. Most rationing is 2. No. 1 was the sugar book, 160,000,000 of these new "ration
pound >
Facts Disclosed scheduled to follow next. which also is being used for coffee. money" books, so that everyonecan ON THE OFFENSIVE i \
Book No. 2 will contain 192 coupons have one.. While meat is expected Ii ::1;
Relative To NewRationing The Office of Price Administration details of different colors, denomina- to be the first commodity .. 11
disclosed -
recently more lettering. rationed with It, other things maybe
tions, and AMERICA !
of the meat rationing pro .L. ) (
Book; next These coupons are the coin of allotted ;: with the same book. .
for early year,
scheduled i '
gram the 'new money system which For instance, all the red coupons :
explanation of the J
and a partial Americans will have. to master. In- could be used for meat, leavingall ;
Sugar ration stamp number 10 point rationing system which, meat has stead ,of pennies, nickles, dimes, the blue coupons for perhaps Wars are won by attaching, not by I I'I I ,'i', .
Is now 'in use and is good for three been developed for handling quarters and halves, you'll have, a clothing although OPA does not sitting in a fort! .'i

pounds of sugar from Dec. 16 and other commodities. Those com-who red A-l coupon, A red A-2 coupon, contemplate clothing. rationing at And today America ii taking the '
'same rate feel that their education is offensive against the Axis with hard- .. ,
through Jan. 31, at the a red A-5 coupon. and a red A-8 present. I i ; [
will find that it has just be- fighting .
of one-half pound per person per plete, far as intricate rationing coupon, a red B-1 coupon, and so Generally the point values will materialsl non-stoppable men and i I
week heretofore. gun so whole alphabet be figures available ;
as on supplies
on through ; .
problems are concerned. We're taking the offensive, too, ; 1 ,
Sugar coupon number 27 will be (except I and 0)) and' then all I rather than on intrinsic values. against the,enemy at home-the inflationary ) l 4. ;Ii,'
redeemable Jan. 3 and thereafter Shortly after New Year's, every- over again for the. blue coupons in In some cases OPA might jugglethe 6th column that blows' prices ii f)
during a five-week period for one I one, will get War Ration Book No. the same book. points from month to month, sky high. .if,I

When meat rationing starts, to influence the public to choose You eon help'in both .fights by saving I'
F&8 tt'Ktt )1-tttt3iSr&Sfo )t :t >>:t )t :t OPA will assign certain letters for more plentiful' things by makingl) at least \\Q% of your money in U. S. It
i the fIrst month' 'or period of those items ''cheaWh1n' 'points.: In' War Bonds every pay day. Attack the., --... f
use .
9r the case of meat, for instance, Axis with your dollars today. ; II
!f weeks-perhaps red A, B and C I
steaks might be made You can start with as little as a (Oc ;.
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February-and then will putout i
for .
and ,
C a price list, in points l on, varIous pensive" in points to get people War'Stamp Bond (maturity you can value got) a for$25 00 '"-.r; It!

i : kinds of meat-.maybe. some- to eat more plentiful roastsifthat $18.75-at your local post office, bank;: !
I htiJt : i think like this: were the case-or pork mightbe or ether.. convenient sales J I

aJ :: Cut Points per Lb. made .more expensive;' than beef, I :

ot Hamburger ..j................................... 1 or vice versa U.S.Treasuryfleparlmens jd
y. .,<.,. -. ", !9 II Porterhouse ................................... 8 p. S. You'll still have to pay f
"',-,5j! "'- i1..'.(' \: I Lamb chops ..................................... 3 real of course, well / .
%* ""' !'" 'J! Round steak _..............:.................. 4 money as as I 1' Help the war effort by buying ", ..: 'II
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Bacon .....................:...........:.......... 5 t Bonds and Stamps. II ,
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because the big ques- "" i :)( )( ,.()2't :; ); :
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+O, assigned different kinds of meat. .
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c: or a T-5 five points and, so on. \
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to hamburger you get more! of it / ure than we can wish M', '' _
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Be 'Blacked Out affiliated organizations all over the claimed the great conflict againstthe t build the planes and tanks TO WHOM IT :MAY CONCERN: t
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War Production Board to dispensethis Whitehurst, Judge of the Circuit
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the war on tuberculosis, which for year with outdoor decorative his office, in the City of Fort Myers,
has blazed brightly in lighting displays. Johnson's Fish CampNear Honda or wherever' ho may then
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annual that the brilliantlylightedcioss HUNTING LICENSE ( Hurricane Gate). undersigned to adopt Nona Louise
Christmas Seal campaign means
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will be blacked out. this Christmas which has been every 'year .l for season' '1942-43_ ?: ..seeR. ;: ] .' Boats andJMotorsGuide: Service' twflve years and to change the name :
'I season. from atop the St. Johns River C. NOWUNCHendij Rates ReasonableW. of liams.said minor to Nona Louise Wil 0
Mrs. Spessard L. Holland, Christmas Bridge, will be shrouded in the HARVEY C. WILLIAMS, .
County Motors Ckswiston H. Johnson Mgr.
black of night. EDNA ALICE WILLIAMS.Dec. .
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p sociate citrus' fruit with the milk It has a natural yellow color and. | plastic-gay beads; buttons and
your dairyman delivers each morn- is rich in ,Vitamin A. : arnaments, ash trays, compacts,
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:: By RUSSELL KAY :: are now being; fed a nutritious mix- tist attempting to swab yr out the knobs, handles and knick-knacks.. I
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of busy Winter Haven sits a: modest I citrus fruit represents a treasure sidered J in terms of milk and beef- powder is also .a product of citrus'I If the dealer should hand your
i. and unimposing little buildingthat-' house of, limitless possibilities. i steak. peel, a solution of pectin, long' your pack of favorite cigarettes ,.
houses the U. S.. Citrus Products When you sing "Praise the Lord And that little nest of orange used by housewives In making wrapped in a discarded orange or.
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Too Late To Classify! deep, and beauty'for milady lies no way be Indebted to the orange. and war production telegrams received "Feedum Ford kerosene, run ,
I buried. in the delicate skin of the But don't be too sure. From the and delivered by telephone. -'
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orange, yes-plus charm and allure citrus seed com s. another oil used ,
'(Continued from Page 9) I -for from the essential oils ex by textile men to fix or set those!;( FEEDUM FORD KEROSENE he is obliged to use gasoline and "
'grapefruit hull you might be tracted from these golden pores is pleasing colors. Oil that now sub-'' --- I advanced the opinion that "Great I
ed to throw it at him, but tempt-I made a variety of toilet articles and stitutes for the Tea Seed Oil which! FORT MYERS, Dec. 23-FNS) I White Father is Ojus Nuts." ,
clear glistening cellophane cosmetics-soap, perfumes, salves, Japan used to furnish us. -Among applicants for a gasoline
'protects the contents can face creams. This valuable by- Tlie paint manufacturer knows it' ration book last week was Johnny
made from citrus skins. This same product brings $24 a pound or' as "turpene," another oil that!; Osceola, Seminole Indian brave, Lest and found columns of
'moisture-proof material is employed $1.50 an ounce. -comes from the skin of the orange|i who had been getting along all Toklo newspaper !ri are erowd-.
ssas a lining for cardboard contaia- And that beautifully"colored and is used extensively in the manu- right, it seemed, until the government .'-t ked these days.- yery,thnen; .
*ers now used to replace tin. scarf of artificial silk which hangsT facture of the ,highest grade paints' clamped down on kerosene. American buys a War Bond, ...,..
I I and varnishes, its quality on par II "How have you managed to get the. Japs lose face. Bay.yoar )
with- lung oil, and paints mixed along all this time without a ration hoc" every pay hay.ht3t .
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: I :. .. .. Wanda Elmore of Newark, New It won't be long now. Hope I can

I i Jersey, will V spend the V Christmas Beardsley-York Nuptials Solemnized bring back a scalp' for each of you.

holidays here with her father, John back home.

' [ 'Personalsi Elmore, and Mrs. Elmore. Pcthokee, Last Sunday AfternoonThe Yours truly BOB, LOGAN.

the return
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Owens Incidentally :
; will spend gives the information that' Bob is,
and sons of Tampa
Mrs.: Laura Smith spent Sunday Christmas week-end here with their wedding of Miss Hannah 01'1'1 silk lace, was finger-tip length and now Staff Sergeant RobertLogan...

in Pahokee. mother, Mrs. Ruth B. Owens, and York, daughter of Mrs. James Richard I caught at the sides with tuberoses.Her .
; Charles B. ,Owens. York, Pahokee, and Lieutenant flowers were a circular bou One of the finest letters we've
---- James Wayne Beardsley U. S. quet of white orchids, carnationsand been privileged to read in V quite-

;L;:: attended,Mr. and the Mrs.Beardsley-York Willard E., Dilley wedding Mr. and Mrs.' Manning, Carter are Army, took place at the Methodist tuberoses, showered with tube- some time is this from Paul Pullen.

I afternoon. parents of a son, Clyde Richard, Church in Pahokee Sunday after- roses. U. S. Navy, stationed on a sub.
In Pahokee
. Sunday who was born December 18th at noon at five o'clock.: The Rev. M'rs. York, mother of the bride, chaser "somewhere in the At,/

Mr. and 'Mrs.-R. C. Wilson left the local hospital. The baby Fred L.. Martin, pastor of the First wore a floral chiffon print gown lantic." It is addressed to his.

weighed 7' pounds 6/ ounces. Methodist Church,' Fort Lauderdale; with white accessories and wore a seven months -old 'son: J
F Wednesday to spend' Christmaswith '
,relatives in Marietta, Ga.' performed the double ring cere corsage of i'oses.1Irs.. James E. Dear Sparky: I received" a big;
Miss Bessie Lewis' of Blakely mony. Beardslcy, mother of the bride- package from home last Wednes

;( y Miss Cloyce-Nail, of Lakeland Ga., and Miss. Kathleen Lewis of! Along the altar rail of the church groom, was: in Copenhagen blue and day. It seems like everyone had.
the were arranged poinsettias and white wore a corsage of red roses. in it It didn't
; was a visitor in Clewiston Sunday Tampa, have arrived to spend I a gift for me. surprise
and Monday. holidays with their sister, Mrs. W. gladioli, and behind the altar a Following' the ceremony a recep- me any when I found one
! p W. Perry and family. background was formed of palms, tion was held at, the Pahokee Wo from Red, Robert, your mother

, Miss Evelyn-Hare-is spending the white gladioli and lighted tapers. man's Club. Assisting in entertaining and the two grandmothers, but

Christmas week-end in Macon, Ga., Hervey Bourne, who is an instructor Each window in the- church held a were Mrs. James Francis Col- when I found a big can of tobacco

i +c with Mr. and Mrs., Jimmy Wynne. In -the electrical depart- single lighted taperand poin son, Mrs. Ira York, Mrs. Ralph from you, well, I kinda got a big;

. ment of Embry-Riddle Aviation settias. Grimes' and Mrs. Myers Fountain, lump in my throat that refused to
The program of nuptial music all of Pahokee. ,leave right No matter whatI
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Montgomery company ,in Miami, will spend away.
included Schubert's Ave.. Maria, Out-of-town guests at the wed- I can't the feel
; and ,Mr. and Mrs. Charles Curtner Christmas Day here with his par- say now express
spent the week-end in West Palm ents, Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Bourne.Mr. played by Mrs. Frank Osteen, violinist ding included Davis McMakin, of ing I have way down deep in me.

: Beach, returning home Sunday accompanied by Mrs. H. C. Chicago, uncle of the groom, Mrs.L. I, toward you. .
and Mrs. Fred Perry and Graham. Miss Gloria John Du- H. Robbins, of Chicago, grandmother i
evening.. Sparky, I want you to thank
family were visitors in Tampa the laney played a piano solo, Schub of the groom, and Mrs. everyone who had a finger in the-

first of the week. Barbara Perry, ert's Serenade. Mrs.' D. D. Caudill, Louise, P. Wilson, of Enterprise, Christmas
+; Mrs. C. E. Bailey and Miss package. It came justas
who has been attending school Mrs. Graham the groom's cousin.
accompanied by sang
Laura Bailey spent Monday and I really needed a big boost
f, there, returned with them.Jimmy Cadman's "At Dawning," and "Be- Mrs. Beardsley attended Flor..
Tuesday in Miami visiting Mr. and morale. The life I'm living now.causes
cause." As the candles were lighted ida Southern College at Lakelandand '
Mrs. James Rowland. Hall, a student at Geor- you to do things youwouldn't ;
by Margaret Lynn Shirley and received her degree, B. S. in
otherwise, unless just
School of Technology in Atlanta you :
gia Colson Miss play- Home Economics from Flor-
Jimmy Dulaney the
r Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Sr., of Safety arrived Sunday to spend the grit your teeth and hold on with-!
ed softly "My Wonderful One, the ida State College at Tallahassee,
: Harbor is spending Christmas herewith I holidays here with ''his parents, ) ', both hands. I don't think Mother-
Alpha Chi Omega sweetheart song. graduating with honors, in the
; ii. her son, G. B. Thomas'and and Mrs. H. R. Hall. understands why I don't write
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family. I The Bridal Chorus from Lohengrinwas class of 1941. She is a member of often, or why my letters aren'tlonger :
used as processional and Men- Alpha Chi Omega, social sorority,
Corporal Joe M. Hall, of Camp so you explain to her that
j' Misses Florence Graham and I I Funston, Kansas, arrived Saturday delssohn's Wedding March for the Kappa Omicron Phi, Omicron Nu, when I'm on duty I can't write-
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; Roberta Spicer spent Sunday in to spend his Christmas furloughwith recessional. "Liebestraum" was Phi Kappa Phi, all honor I sorori- and, when I'm off duty, the time-

'\' Canal Point with Mr. and Mrs. William his wife, the former ,Ardis played softly during the ceremony.The ties. doesn't belong to me. Tell her to-

Johnson and family. Bolton, and with other relatives bride's attendants made a Lieutenant Beardsley, son of make the best ,of it, and when

i here. striking picture in their gowns of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Beardsley, I Hitler decides to call his pets

,'j i: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Yoder and -' white satin and bouquets of red of Clewiston, was graduated with away from our coast, I will makeit
, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Gross of poinsettias encircled with single
;:," daughter, Wanda Faye, of Moore honors from the University of Flor- up to her and you can bet your
-V V Haven, are visiting Mrs. S. J. Yoder Nassau, Bahamas, are the gueststhis gladioli blossoms. Their gowns ida with the Class of 1941, major- last nipple on that. .

u and family.Mrs. week of their son, E. E. were identical and each 'wore a ing in horticulture. He is a mem- I have something picked out to

f.t.. Gross. They were accompaniedhere tiny formal red maline headdress.Mrs. ber of the Alpha Zeta fraternity.He send you, but I'm afraid it will'
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',r il..1 C. E. Lear is coming from from West Palm Beach by Browning Roach, sister of the is a second lieutenant in the be way after Christmas before

, : s::: Miami to spend Christmas Day with Mrs. E. E. Gross and Miss Evelyn bride, was matron of honor. Brides- U. S. Army Field Artillery, and is you get it, so don't give ,up hope.

V 'J,' Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Avant and Miss Gross for the week-end. Miss I maids were Mrs. Hub Spooner, of stationed at the University of Flor- Take good care of mother, and-

; Marcia Avant. Gross is spending the holidays Clewiston, and Mrs. John Martin idaa as assistant professor of Military tell her that I love her an awful

7't with her parents after attending Harrell, Jr., of Pompano.The Science and Tactics. lot and miss her more. Be a good
-t Mr. and Mrs. Clarence J. Nielsen Goucher ,College in Baltimore. groom's best man was his Lieutenant and Mrs. Beardsleywill boy until I come home.

I I will spend Christmas with Mrs. I brother, Robbins Beardsley. The make their home in Gaines- Love,

! Nielsen's sister, Mrs. I. O. Bishop CLEWISTOX GARDEN CLUB ushers were Dan and Bruce Beards- ville. DAD,
HOLDS MEETING WEDNESDAYThe brothers of the ,
ley, bridegroom
and Dr. Bishop, in Fort
i Browning Roach of Pahokee and

:'I' Clewiston Garden Club held David Jones of Gainesville.The matter of fact every time we get
and Mrs. Cornette
Mr. Eugene
: its December meeting Wednesday
I bride who in
was together. I wish you would pub-
g; announce the arrival of a daughter, afternoon. The plans were made J. M. CAUSE
marriage by her brother, Van J. lish this so I could tell all the
;II C Adrienne Anne, 8 pounds 12 chairman of
by Mrs. E. L. Stewart,
York, of West Palm Beach, wore a gang "Hello" at once,.-Vincent, '
and Attorney at
i [ ounces, on December 19th. the civic committee, and included
f ..:. white slipper satin, fashioned witha Ed, Ray, Hooky, Roy Waldron, Hopkins BuildingIVednesdays..and
--- visits few homes to view
to a
I I lace, inset high neck pointed Gene Goodbread, Rabbit, and all
l ; '' Mr. and Mrs. I. S: ,Bell, Jr., Mrs. Christmas decorations. bodice, full skirt and train and the rest. :Saturdays
Bell and Miss Christine Bell Members .met at the home of I r
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V( long sleeves making a point at the I am in a combat outfit and we 0:30 to 4:00
:' : spent the week-end in Miami with Mrs. W.: C. Owen and also, visited wrist. Her veil with
net edged are about to wind up our training.
; 4 Mr. and Mrs. N R. Hager. the O. A. Jones and the Keathley "'- 1 1Sl2
II Bowden homes. Mrs. Owen used -
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Brazilian to bank her
j !. peppers I Community Church invite 'all those it:! :: S giSt #: Sl 4S4 4S; J -t i lOne ..tttt: .j -ti: .z.: /gJ :e:
11 -t-t: mantle and outline the circular !l n ._.
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mirror above it. The Jones home no regular -

t! was decorated with twigs of Australian the community to make this '
I church your place of worship. '
pines and red hibiscus, JteaL
which outlined a "V" on the door. The session will meet at 7:30: J1Z Slncerlbj :,

j Red candles were also used in a Monday evening in the church. Any I L J I

GRTING.ci row on the mantle and on the dining desiring to unite with' the churchby .
( ; I profession of faith or by letter ; .
table. The Bowden house was
of the real
''f' :: decorated with branches of spruce are asked to meet with the sessionat e; joys of M

t I'I that time. Christmas is the to ,
'i! 11 pine and native wreaths. 9 opportunity
. ,' !! The meeting concluded with a TO FORT BUI'GGBob ; lay aside the routine and I-

i tea 'at the home of Mrs. Stewart on !I '
: 'q" Iii I the ridge. The doorway of the I !! customs of every day business, I:
1/ Patterson, who holds a com- '
house was decorated to resemblea and in real '' I
mission ,as second lieutenant 5 sincerity: our :
I large Christmas package. Inside -
1 were branches of Brazilian through R. O. T. C. work at the 5 friends a very Merry Christmas f
University of Florida but who has
I peppers, a life-size,: Santa Claus, and 4c and a Happy New Year.CLEWISTON IS
, been previously unable to go into
'a lovely arrangement of red roses I If "
service because of injuries receivedin
and gladioli. In the dining room
, i an automobile accident therein i iW
the table was decorated with festoons FISH COMPANY
anal his senior year, this week received -
of red and green, and down 4
his order to'report for serv-
the center of the table was Santa .
I Claus in his sleigh drawn bY'eight ice at Ft. Bragg, N. C. Patter- ?
>'" I .n [ \ i son's commission is in a field -artillery o t o:; 1W"f r:ra'i'o ot:t- r rlrr ror r:t- t3r1r2r:t .ra r r2r r rr t3a
PlWlr.Ucr t I reindeer., Tea, coffee, sandwiches unit. ,
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I by the group of hostesses, which included I.

tzrShorty's Mrs. R. H. 'Knight, Mrs. W. With' Our ,Boys- t; :

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fighting zone. Ed had Christ-
Wi h CHURCH NOTICES mas on his mind, and rightly timed "

S cf 'JJ. r.I. I 9:45-Church School. his the opportunities arrival of his for letter.writing He wouldbe said 'I Mu LHftISTMS Uvs '

I 1! : IJ1. BarberShop j 11:00-Morning Worship. Subject few indeed, hut told Mildred !o 16Ii y J Jt

". ti.. ''1 : Looking Backward." send out their Christmas cards and Ii

I I i I I deavor.6:30-Junior Christian En- to Merry wish Christmas everyone'for him.Very,You're Very : '

! I I 7:30-Evening Worship. Sub- certainly in our minds and hearts ? '

I l I jject, "Resolutions for the New these days, Ed, and we, hope that -V I

: 1rrlr 7t ller tsui.i'tt etatiilta'r Year. ." .i I _j, .." Christmas will bring you the satis- 5 Come bearing rich treasures
11 j 'II faction of doing your part of the (1 V

It '.& t lr drfit'rt..r I-.Ir dl sriF adt dt r a'r r"r dr or3t vt:a- i79"dl'di)tt'rd'ret.t6tor:fd,dTai Jr'1t:7mr di3i:iv"dta7I most important job in the world of Health, Happiness and

1111!1; right now, and that next Christmas 'I V ... Prosperity for you and a Nev' !
'I I \ I lit finds you trimming a tree in Clew- ,

\\: \ HERE'S TO ArICffr iston. \ Year of real good fortune. fi

il Ij: /fa Bob Logan.writes from Deridder, I &eaJot it' -

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"Dear Air. Bowden: This let-
2'I ter is one long over due, about a C'CeelilttJ ///
to .
year and a half over due to be 'V'

I ? ektuima& i exact. Up until August the first, Ii \ U 'J ,': /ia

I received and read the Clewiston '
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'I 2 V : And may the Joys and happiness then I have been stationed at four Teo

I lie I G of this Holiday 'Season remain fields and I suppose every one has I ,1I

with you, not only at Claistmasr. lost all track of. my whereabouts.In I

I '! I lime, but each day of the i\ spite of that, I have read the CLEWISTON DRY GOODS COMPANY I II

1/r.i i coming year.Art's News nearly every week. I read

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and .I have been in the same
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POLL TAX AGAIN was seven, .

Despite the bitterest legislative (EDITOR'S NOTE When opinion. are expressed these column, they are those of BILL So was the
battle of the year, the administration Western Newspaper Union's new Analyst and not necessarily of this newspaper.) There the
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no ceased. The
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round in this savage controversywill a > Bill's father and mother ;

be fought out in the courts. Not only that. The Angel

Labor leaders William Green and loved and caressed by these

Phil Murray were given this pri- adorable beings in a way that :' -
vate assurance by FDR himself Bill just sick with envy. ;;

when they called to urge the Presi- Bill knew the members ; : o '

dent to make a statement denounc- $' r Same James Company very I

ing the filibuster and pleading for i they had played, Kans' City, I .,,
passage of the bill. Bill lived with Granny and :

Green was very emphatic that Ethel to a week full of very : :.
Roosevelt take a hand. ciative audiences. He

"This issue has implications, play, too. Lines and lines of \
Mr. President," the AFL leader ar- heart. The week that The .
gued. "While our soldiers are fight-. James Company played "

ing to protect the right .to vote, a : ,: -/ !'.' bf}. %> he was permitted to stay up :
minority of willful men in the senate w L4yuti& : >' v71.' $ night until the lights "out in : '

is filibustering against it. You \ a'+s'r k <,f1)fjxf ar/ y 3 7sh were extinguished, and

'could break the filibuster if you Mother had come racing ,

'spoke out.1.Murray / i i.., him. I

also put in some, strong ..i.:% / /, vcklarSZ The fact that The Same ;;
,licks for presidential intervention. t tas:: .s..f' J a % fiA Company had played Kans' ,

Roosevelt, however, interrupted to .\ ,. ;yv'y .r kti 1ti,! :; 'Ci a\ :.v j X; November meant that at

say that the administration was do- y.;( 3)i w 1Fi'?K,c4J' :):S,aoi.: ;tz ; < Scii. rFxri;v6.. % it would be moving eastward.Strangely
ing all possible to put over the re- 4. ol'ty i' aG' ay .r i a.:4 enough, Bill's

peal bill and he was too busy with :: : ; : 'JSf<' 4 and mother, far 'away

the war to become. involved in the F-: : k' chanced to be, were the first ;,
controversy. ize what was the matter
He added that the administration "By George, Lucile," Bill's

wouldn't give up even if the fightin .'" ,. __u_______. was the first to put it 'into .

congress were lost, since Attor- United States soldiers cross a stream in the Gona-Buna area of New "that kid's beginning to be .

ney General Biddle was preparinga Guinea. The occupation of Gona by Allied forces, directed by General of the Angel Child! -

case to test the validity of MacArthur, left the Japanese pinned down in a narrow strip of coast in KENS, but I wish we '. .
the tax in the courts. '
poll {
him at Christmas!
the Buna area, 12 miles south. ,
I .t
Green and Murray accepted this
Bill's mother went to the ::
alternative. But in talks with friends "Well, we can't, so why talk
the labor chiefs are not optimistic : : it?" Her voice sounded very

about favorable action in the courts, Air Battle Grows In South PacificWhen as if she had suddenly :; "
fearing that the Supreme court will
dump the issue right back in the Cheering'' word of everincreasingAllied Allied forces, directed by The matinee idol paced

of air strength in North Africa General MacArthur, occupied the elaborately unhomelike hotel <
lap congress.* came from London and the Morocco Gona area of New Guinea, the Japs in moody silence. "I'll send ,;

I radio as swarms of American and lost the northern anchor of their a good big check anyhow

ARMY MASCOTS British planes in Tunisia providedcover ever-diminishing. beachhead in Papua enough for him to get ",
Mascots are popular in the armed the world he wants for
for land operations. which already has been badly
services. most
Dogs are common,
Press reports tell of ground com- sliced by veteran American and He was writing as he
but units have cats
some adopted ,
manders telephoning for air cover- Australian jungle fighters. I was a sort of postscript
eagles goats mules horses, prairie
dogs, and even kangaroo rats. age "as casually as calling for a This new defeat left the Japs to Bill: "Your mother just
In fact on the morning report of I taxi. hemmed in a narrow coastal strip great little idea. Not !

the 355th Infantry, Camp Carlson, i Chief battleground for the oppos- centering on the Buna area, 12 milesto here for Christmaswe
'ing forces had been Tebourba, a the south. cided to adopt the Angel
Colo., appears the name of a cer- strategic junction 20 miles west I the day in your place and f'f'I
tain sergeant who has never re- First announcement of the Gona
of Tunisia_ and 35 miles south of tree for him with all the
ceived a cent of pay since he joinedthe victory was made by Prime Minister I
: Bizerte. Here series of So when ;;
rapid are having
a action you
he is of the John Curtin who the t
army, 'yet one happiest -, gave news as {
tank battles with the tree with Grandmother and
took place
and best liked members of I he 'was conducting a 'review of the '
key town changing' hands battle Ethel, can think of '
as you' your t}
the outfit. I war before the house of representatives -
fortunes shifted. and Dad playing around
"": The "sergeant" in this case is a ; in Canberra, Australia. His' a f.k.
I white fox terrier, a company ,mas Continuing efforts were made to announcement was made 16 days one in a hotel room in

cot. He was in good standing until extend and equip new airfields from I after an Allied headquarters com- handing'out presents to the
: 'which Allied planes could operate. Child and wishing it were Z:1 <,
recently, wore his chevrons proudly munique had announced the origi- "
on his' khaki jacket. Reports reaching the United States nal Australian entry into Gona. e

But one night he left the camp stressed the importance of the many The Japs had landed at Gona on It was Christmas Eve
AWOL to chase prairie dogs' and American Commando transport
July 22 and from that area launched
.. Same James Company
j did not return in time for reveille. planes now available. They are described their invasion drive which took them ,
Minneapolis that 'night
I. Like any other soldier, he had to as 50 per cent faster than across the Owen Stanley mountain ,
gloomy expectations quite
pay the penalty for misconduct. In the JU-52s and are capable of mov-
range to within 32 miles of the Allied audience
an only -
a solemn ceremony, attended by officers ing jeeps, small field guns and up to base at Port Moresby.COMPLAINTS .
number which that
98 soldiers.On reputedly ,
he was "broken, his stripes ;
show town" usually affords.
were taken away, and the warrantwas the opposite side of Africa, : _
signed by the colonel. the British Eighth army was reported During the listlessly /
(. allowing Marshal Rommel's From Italy act of Til: ? Same James, :"' :

;; NEW NEBRASKA SENATOR army no rest in the El Agheila area. "Why do the British bomb our forty-five from Kansas City $

t Senator-elect Kenneth Wherry of The official communique spoke of towns now instead of German ing' into the Minneapolis J

; Nebraska, who will fill the most famous patrol and artillery action. British towns? After all it'was the Ger- and a manly small boy with: ; (1

L shoes in the senate, those of military sources in London had mans who bombed London." by but business-like looking .j i:

i George Norris, was in the senate warned that the "real" offensive That assuring a fatherly and l ,
was one of the many complaints porter that he had plenty of
once before, many years ago. was not yet under way and that reported originating in Italy taxi wanted E-
to where he to '
;,: He was then a law student and when the Eighth army strikes, the during the past 30 days. Well-in- father and mother failed to :f

visited a friend who was the son of blows will leave no doubt as to its formed diplomatic quarters have reported l
: a senator. The senator took the two strength. him.Of
ever-growing discontent in Italy course, the second act :
boys to meet Woodrow Wilson who 'I'
over the war. Mussolini's
RUSSIA peo- comedy in which Bill's
happened to be at the senate. As : \
.... ple are weary. They do not like mother,were playing is
he Wherry tells the story on himself, Central Front the arrogance of their German Al- all to be the' best of the
( shook hands with the President, lies. Already they are dazed by repeated '
,}! after which there was an awful si- Although Nazi forces have been it the impeccable, 'but
lence. Then Wherry feeling hard pressed in Russia, military observers British bombing attacks. friend of the family romps ;
some- And Italian knows the imme- '
mannered of
were quick to warn against sweetly' ,
thing must be said, blurted out: diate
future is black.
"I've heard a lot about you." undue optimism. Despite a grave and hostess, _before the

: He wished the senate floor might strain on communications, Ger- But the same sources also report this Angel Child to bed .
forces that Italy has little chance of break- usual appealing .
f open up and swallow him. man were said to be showingno ;:
S e signs of faltering in defensible ,ing away from German dominationand prayer to soft music and a
positions. seeking a separate peace. A audience.It .
t.;:< MRS. LUCE WORLD GOES ROUND. THE Generally speaking, news was steady stream of German air, anti- was this scene which '

Mrs. Clare Luce good. The Red army drove seven aircraft and land forces, all under had rehearsed on his way ;

; Republican newly elected miles deeper into enemy lines on Gestapo supervision, is pouring into station to the theater.

Connecticut congresswoman will from the central front near Velikie Luki, Italy. Most of the land forces are The, stage manager saw 1
be an additional recapturing 13 settlements, while said to have been drawn from the fore his rushing entrance, but
problem for the British
: embassy to the Germans failed in their driveto few reserves in Germany. Russia'snew on the other side of the
t Mrs. Luce
r worry came back offensive makes withdrawalsfrom quite helpless. A streak
from regain the initiative on the Stalin- f\.
a trip through Egypt and the grad front. the Eastern front practically blue, and Bill was in the < :
Far East with the
feeling that
some- On the central front the Russians impossible.The When strong muscled arms

ish thing empire.was wrong Undoubtedly with the her old views Brit-- attacked with ski troopers supported almost incessant bombing of the little boy close to a breast ,\" '.:.

had a lot to do with recent edi- by tanks painted white. This Turin, northern Italian industrial tumult of delight was held in ). "

torials in her husband's magazine front extends northwest of Moscow, center, continued unabated. The only by a perfection of

Life, criticizing the British. roughly from Rzhev to Velikie.Luki. smoke and fire of one raid was audience sensed a moment l

In Egypt she found the Egyptians Russian reports said the Nazis not dissipated before another wave big. Wild applause covered

carrying signs in the streets were trying not only to smash the of British bombers returned to fluttering mother-cry, as the
"We Want Rommel." In China, she Soviet offensive but also to start spread new destruction. It was evident person in the scene ran to .

i found severe criticism of Brit- one of their own, evidently in the that the RAF did not intendto swiftly. :
the belief that the Red is exhausted Never 'in the history of The "
ish, and she heard the fear ex- army give city authorities even time to :.'
pressed by the head Chinese censor after their continuous attack.HIGHLIGHTS. restore public utilities. whole-souled James Company reception was there of ;

that if China let too much
news 6t
ond act! The curtain was
India pass on to the United States, i II in the week', new II and lowered so many
Chinese ;
r supply shipments '
.. would be Bill's father found it
: curtailed from India.
explain to his son that the f"
Everywhere she tried to find an WASHINGTON: Newspaper men CHICAGO: Three Nazi sympa- wished the latter to take the
explanation for !
the fall of
; pore. Finally Singa- covering this wartime capital now thizers, under sentence to die Janu- alone before the play {
one young English of. I
need about 40 to
ficer put it this way: them into the various press passes buildings, and get ary 22, were granted a stay of exe- What was done about it ; :: ;:
"We just went cold." / cution while the U. S. circuit court great and momentous
offices around the city. Up until
"What ,do you mean by that?" stricter measures were taken-to of appeals studies the findings of many lives. The Angel
.' "Well that's their I appeared, was pressingly
your part of theY saboteurs recent trial. They are Hans "
guard against spies, or .
New York at in "a
world to defend. Our part is Eu- traitors-one pass, that admittingthe Max Haupt, father of' Herbert
rope. We know that after the war, Haupt executed Nazi saboteur and magnificent spectacle"
bearer to the White House, ; Otto be filmed while Bill Junior ,
: you'll give all that -
part back to :,
R. and
us." would get newsmen almost. any- Wergin Walter O. Froehling, I sought to finish out the
i where they wanted to go. friends of the Haupt family. I The Same James. :,


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. L: U. S. -TANK HUNTERS Raises problem

! tL ,J. 'Seek Strike Destroy'I I For Big Stores

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Men are taught to '

I''ty fight tanks at Camp .Preparations for Handling .

Hood, Texas, the on- S- Shoppers Begun in

. ly training area in
the nation devotedexclusively January.

to the '
", Christmas is headache' for man- / /
technique of enemy agers of big department stores. Not

tank destruction. only must the, demand for presentsbe ; "2ii ;

"Seek; strike, destroy anticipated months in advance, :
but more help must be hired, and
is the mottoof :i
the entire store reorganized.A 'N
---- ; '
' the tank destroyer big store faces a monumentaltask //4 ; ,. v / A
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: corps. To carry out when it prepares for Christ- <
their 'assignments I mas. It is a task ,that begins right I ;/: ? -' _ / /

t successfully, the sol- after New Year's and ends on \:/ / 5SS4S
SN Christmas the following 4' /J
eve year. S. S .5 / S S. SS \
S diers of the corps
'.5 55 5 6S Every department store has similar -
must possess the wily problems to meet, but the larger -
:k S
: A cupning of,the guer- stores have to make plans on a \
; rilla fighter, and un- scale that will accommodate an

: \ limited enormous expansion of business. ,
: courage. .
One large New York department

%_ l At Camp Hood store, for example, has as much

methodof floor space as a fair sized farm-
S S every new 45 acres. ,During the Christmasrush : l lI
tank destroying is it has sold almost a million

taught. Accompanying pictures dollars' worth of goods.

F were taken while one Actual planning gets under way '

tank destroyer unit 'was en- immediately after ,Christmas when

executives study errors that were _, _
gaged in maneuvers. .Y --'YY '- -' "" "NW"-oMh '' ''' '' :
''''''''" '' l< .i-:' + ;;;
made and draw up plans to avoid
.. & : the same mistakes next year. Sales I Toast the New Year With Gay Pineapple-Cranberry Duff! n

w-i s' Picture at top shows Private volumes of various departments are (See Recipes Below) fl
examined, and "bottlenecks" are removed -
Dorman and Sergt. William Win- Welcome 1943
as far as possible by enlarg- New Year's Eve Buffet
ter greasing up a sticky grenade.The ing some departments and rearranging -

greased coating keeps it stuckto ,others. Ring in the New Year with a resolve Scalloped Chicken

the tank until it bursts. Right: Spring finds the store placing or- to keep your chins up, your Spinach Timbales
,This tank hunter demonstrates ders for the following year. Christ- : budgets balanced Victory Bread"BeetHorseradish
mas cards are bought in April. Con- ) and meals Salad
I ) Q; your "
technique of throwing 'a sticky- tracts for 2,000,000 Christmas boxes /' victory and vitamin Olives and Pickles.PineappleCranberry

\I grenade at an enemy tank. which are let' in July are followed ,, -" I minded. Never Duff

uu'. I shortly by orders for many tons of mind trivial Fruit Cake Mints Nuts I

holiday wrappings. resolutions, just Recipes Given 4t
Extremely important is the job of keep the important t

forecasting sales of goods. Certain ones, andyou'll tard cups, set in ,,
't staple lines can be predicted with S "
be doing a, pan of hot wa- :;.}
considerable efficiency, but novelty in the best- in moder- '-'
.. your part way you can ter, a ,j
; b.__ .5 goods have to wait almost until the and that's the best job, you, Mrs. ate ((350-degree)

.f. '::; ; SSgA following December. America, are qualified to do. oven 45 minutes.
:% # __ _)J) August finds employment begin- Unmold and serve S--.. 5
%& 'cE Scalloped Chicken.
ning its upward trend. The storeis with casserole., '
normally staffed with 11,000 peo- (Serves 6) A crisp gelatin 5

ple, but 10,000 more are needed to 1 cup cooked, cubed chicken salad that carriesout
tf handle the holiday rush. Thou- 14 cups buttered crumbs the colors of the season and

K, sands of applicants must be inter- 3 hard-cooked eggs, .chopped that is packed with vitamins and
viewed for these jobs that range 1 teaspoon salt vigor is this:
4< / from the man who cleans gum off Dash of pepper Beet and Horseradish Salad.

S the floor to red-cheeked Santa \Vz cups medium white sauce (Serves 8) t

5 SI ;( i__ Clauses. Each employee must first Cover bottom of'baking dish with lYs tablespoons gelatin ;
?.:.);: S ;, A 1 pass a rigid physi .examination crumbs. Add chicken, sprinkle with 2 tablespoons cold water
.5 before he is finally accepted and salt and Pour 2 water
4* ; .ySS __ pepper. sauce over cups boiling Scup
f I > : ____ given instruction in his special all, cover with remaining crumbs. /2 lemon juice .

:' tasks. Bake in a moderate (350-degree) % cup sugar
/> ; >S/ dtS The greatest problem of all is oven 25 minutes. \Y-i tablespoons horseradish --
5 ; presented by the toy department
The casserole of chicken is sim- 1 tablespoon vinegar -_
( 5A z which expands from a staff of about'
J/t teaspoon salt _
plicity itself and is especially fine
50 people to more than 1,500 work
with the spinach timbales becauseit J/4 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
ers. Display cases and tables hold-
34 chopped cabbage
provides a bit of sauce that goes cup
S ing 12,000 different toys must be % cup chopped beets
well with them:
..' arranged and organized, to permit Soak gelatin in cold water and
customers to buy their gifts with a Spinach Timbales. dissolve in boiling water. Add lemon -

minimum of confusion and effort. (Serves 6) juice, horseradish, vinegar, salt'
<: Typical tank hunters await the order to go into action. The bottlesare I The 10,000 additional workers not 3 cups cooked, chopped spinach and Worcestershire sauce. Cool un- S

incendiary grenades known as "Molotov cocktails"-invented in Rus only have to be trained, but they 2 tablespoons butter, melted til slightly thickened. Add chopped

1 sia. They contain gasoline and are thrown at openings in the tanks tot also have to be fed. Cafeteria schedules '3 eggs, slightly beaten cabbage and beets. Pour into mold
are rearranged and set withclockwork 1'4 cups milk and chill until firm.
them The three socks
\ set afire. greasy are sticky grenades.
precision to provide for JCJlP soft bread crumbs One of the vitamins in great demand
&\'-S..; S. / thejieavy seasonal load. Salt and pepper is vitamin BI-the vitamin required S
.' S S Ordinarily 14 doctors, 18 nurses Dash of nutmeg r- for healthy
/k / and four' dentists are sufficient to nerves and stam S
: Combine all ingredients in order
take care of any accidents occur- ina. Here is
S a
I given: Pack in 6 well-buttered cus- .5.
ring in the store. This staff is as- to bread which

sisted by eight additional doctors t/.< ))' draws its vitamin

during the holiday ..rush. Wheel I t&:7i: ( i1' BI from the whole
.S j S chairs strategically placed throughout Lynn Says: .grain cereals-

the store are ready to give in- Ji-( \ .' wheat flour and
S stant service for any customer or The Score Card: More foods Ii4i wheat germ, and

'--. clerk who is overcome by the have come in under the ceiling is delicious be-
work or crush of the crowd. price list. Foods exempt from cause of its sour milk, molassesand

No detail can be overlooked to March ceilings but under the raisins:

rtZ make the entire store function new ceilings are poultry, mutton, 'Victory Bread.
S7 smoothly as a unit. For every clerk butter, eggs, cheese, canned 1 cup flour
John the there are two other workers handling milk, onions, white potatoes, dry 5 Yz teaspoon baking soda -
Sergt. Swayna finds
; Nasty medicine for Nazi or Jap going stock, wrapping presents, taking or- beans, corn meal, fresh citrus 2 teaspoons baking powder
S is this fellow, Corp. Richard Urban, 'tough, but takes a deep breath ders and doing some of the multi- fruits and canned citrus fruits 1 teaspoon salt ,

11. emerging from a "foxhole pistol and wriggles under barbed wire bar- tudinous tasks that are needed to and juices. Take this list to the 1 cup whole wheat flour --

and bolo knife ready. .rier. run a, big store. market with you and make sure 1 cup wheat germ -

For example, can .you speak only you do not pay any more for Yx cup brown sugar .
French, or Spanish, or Italian? The these items than you paid for 1 cup seedless raisins S S
1,., store has 700 interpreters capableof them between September 28 Ys cup molasses S
speaking at least one foreign language through October 2. Yi cup sour milk
5/J I who stand 'ready. to ,accom- The 2%.pound meat allowance J/4 cup melted butter

/ modate.'you. must include meat for you, your Sift together flour, baking powder, .
__ __ __ / f44JS I Of course the planning is not per- dogs, cats and other pets. It salt and soda. Add whole wheat
fect. Problems will arise and in- includes meat eaten in your flour, wheat germ, sugar and rai- S
: ; / convenient situations will exist. But sins. Combine molasses, sour milk
house by guests, meat eaten by
S ____. S you can be sure that every effort you in restaurants, and bone and melted"butter and stir quickly.into ,-

S /fSt// : ____ will be made to straighten them I' ,gristle and waste that comes with flour mixture. ,Pour into a
74 out before a single showcase is edible meat. It includes bacon, greased oblong pan or two loaf pans.
_ moved into position for next year's saSsage and canned,meat. Bake in a moderate to slow (300-
il / Christmas shopping season. degree) oven for 1 hour."PineappleCranberry. S
i t It does not include scrapple
or S
\1" f I Duff.
\ the meats like liver
, .5 variety (Makes 6 small glasses)
_) S 1 / (/ Select Children's Book heart, kidneys, tripe, and brains.
tJ .4' / 1 i 1 1-pint, 2-ounce can of unsweet-
The allowance includes beef
/ _____ Carefully Teacher Urges I lamb veal mutton and ened Hawaiian pineapple juice
2'! / I pork- Yi of 1 1-pound can cranberrysauce
___ Books given to children at Christ- but excludes poultry, eggs and
I, mas are a valuable element in the fish. Stretch your meat allowance Chill both juice and sauce thor-

development of the child, according with these and meat extenders oughly in the can before opening. "
5 to Mrs. Mary S. Venable of the Uni- like oatmeal, cereat'and Beat sauce with rotary beater until

versity of Tennessee Nursery school. bread crumbs. fluffy, add pineapple juice gradually,

Factors to be considered in the Coffee rationing will mean that beating all the while.
: selection of children's books, says you have to consider other Lynn Chambers can tell you how to
; I Mrs. Venable, are: suitability to the sources for hot drinks these cold dress up your table for family dinner or .
_. ,_ .. .55.- ,,. ._ child's age and development choiceof days. First, you can probably festivities, giie you menus for your partiesor
.y """" "<"" I ( .S..S. ;S ; how balance meals
words contained in the stretch your coffee by using a tell you to your
; accordance with nutritional standard Just
( ., Closeup of gun crew on mobile, destroyer unit. These mobile destroyers amount of action; number of illus- coffee"coffee and stretcher"half stretcher.- using You'll half write to her, explaining your problem, at
trations; and degree of repetition.She Western Newspaper Union, 210 South Des-
must outflank enemy tanks, firing four or five rounds from oneS also says that there should be I like fruit juices, hot and cold, plaines Street, Chicago, Illinois. Please

position, then dashing to aralternate position, and reopening fire before some humorous stories in a child's milk for drinking, hot soups, enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelopefor
the enemy has bring their weapons to bear. collection. I I bouillon and consomme. your answer.
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