The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00924
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 1, 1943
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
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System ID: UF00028415:00924
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A large number of Boy Scouts,

The body of Albert H. (Jack) Scoutmasters, Scout officials, parents

Brown, 40, of Clewiston, was recovered MAY and friends enjoyed the turkey
from the CaloosahatcheeRiver AND IT BE dinner served by'' the Woman's Clubat

about three o'clock Monday t: the clubhouse in Moore Haven

afternoon, just about seventytwohours Tuesday evening, the occasion being -

after he had accidentally VICTORIOUS ONE the annual meeting of the

drowned on Christmas Day. The I A I Glades-Hendry''' District.

accident occurred' not far from I. W. C. Owen of Clewiston, chair

where the river: leaves Lake man of the district committee, took

chee on the southwest side, HiCPo-1' I charge of the meeting, first calling
F ? The Clewiston News
half mile east of the home upon someone from each of the

J. ,Parsons, his mother-in-law. communities represented to Intro-
Mr. Brown, an employee of the I ..., .duce those attending from his

UnitedStates"" Sugar Corporation's t community.This .
warehouse department, had gone to I I was followed by the electionof
his mother-in-law's home to spend Are officers for 1943 for the district
Christmas and' enjoy some fishing CLASS NO. NINE AT Four New AUDITORIUM DANCE and the group present approved the

and hunting. His wife and two Beardsleyi choice of the nominating committee -
daughters were to have joined him Sold By for each of the officers. R. N.
that night. He had not put in an RIDDLE FIELD GIVEN ---- Miller of LaBelle, chairman of this

appearance when they arrived anda The office of 3E.. Beardsley, lo- committee, read these nominationsand

search was started. call realtor, announces the sale of YEAR CLEWISTON they were elected as follows:
First indication that he" had gone WINGS THIS MORNINGClass four more of the new defense J. M. Couse, Moore Haven, chair-

into the river was when his fish- houses 'in the northwest section of man; Carl Berner, Clewiston, vice-

ing tackle was found on the south town for Clewiston Builders, Inc. Not only Clewiston but other chairman; Dennis Small, LaBelle,

bank and several items' from his No. 9 of Royal Air Force There now remain only two of the communities in the area enjoyed to district commissioner; W. C. Owen,
His not foundso graduated this week Clewiston,. P. E. Lundy, Moore Haven
pockets. gun was cadets were fifty houses built by this com- the fullest extent the dance which
that he had attempted and diplomas were and R .M. Harris, LaBelle, district -
it was and their wings pany to be sold and( at least one was held at Sugarland Park audi-
swim the river after to them at a wings pa- committeemen.
to presented been spoken for.
of these has torium on New Year's Eve and
ducks on the north side, had been I rade held at the field this morning. Arch Simmons of New York and thrown open to the public. N I Excellent reports were given by

seized with a cramp and drowned. This class, a number of whom will Miami purchased house No. 33 on This was the first time that a the chairman of the. advancement

He was known as an 'excellentswimmer. receive commissions, will leave Lot 10, Block 205, Circle Drive. Mr. public dance has been held in the committee, J. M. Couse, the finance

I shortly on the first leg of their Simmons has recently purchased the auditorium as these affairs have committee, R. N. Miller and the

Dragging of the river was begun I return to England or to other 'points i liquor package} store in the rear of been confined strictly to United camping committee, L. E. Farnam

Sunday morning after his pocket- \for combat training.All the! Seminole. States Sugar Corporation employeesin showing that the GladesHendrydistrict

book and watch had been found flights participated in the Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sikes of the past and their guests. This stands well toward the top

concealed under some hyacinthsnear I wings parade, marching past the Jacksonville have purchased house was done because it was feared the in activities of the Council.
his fishing tackle and his hat their officers in Block 205 on Mr. Owen then introduced Squadron -
spectators and No. 28, Lot 15, ,auditorium would not be large
had been found floating on the formation in front of the observ- Circle Drive. Mr. Sikes is' as- enough to accommodate a larger Leader A. G. Hill of the Royal

river. Every 'effort to find the ation tower. The graduating flight sociated with the; ,United States, crowd. It has not been learned Air Force stationed at Riddle

body, however, proved unavailingand took their places' .a ,short distance Sugar CorporationMr whether or not this policy has been Field who gave a most interesting

it was not found until it rose from the tower while the other and Mrs. Phil Bartz, form changed for all future dances. and inspirational talk concerning
of its own accord Monday, only a flights stood at rest in the back- his experiences in combat and the
of St. Louis, Mo., have pur- orchestra
erly Music. was given by an
short distance from the place five AT planes spreadout I part Boy Scouts were playing in
ground chased house No. 40, Lot 3, Block composed largely of RAF cadets .
where he was thought to have en- to' form background for the World War No. 2.
a Bartzis
205 Arcade Avenue. Mr. said to
Field and
The search was on from Riddle was
tered the, river.
whole impressive scene. of S-L Hill said that he was with
molasses department
with the New
As the
under the direction of Sheriff J. have been very good.
Wiggins of Glades County.The J.I As the parade was progressing the sugar corporation. Year dawned paper caps, noise- the first English airmen to be
i five of the graduates flew in formation sent to France after ,war was de-
Gericke have makers other favors given
body was taken to Moore Mr. and Mrs. C. E. and were
Haven in a U. S. Engineer boat and I I back and forth across the parade purchased house.:.No., 42, Lot 1, out to the dancers. ,. clared and in the first few monthsof
; 3rniitted tovisit
an inquest field by, Justice 'of Peace ;gl'ouridand' their wings were 'Block 205.: Mr. GericKe is '*witli' New Year's1 Day isJLfeing celebrated uon-aciirity, MagfSn
I presented following\ the other cere- of the a holiday and while the famed line whichhe
W. B. Harris. Dr. D. M. Draughn the research .department as general marvel of modern -'
as a
acted as medical examiner and the mony. United States 'Sugar Corporation. many Clewiston people are attend-
jury composed of Fred Flanders, -/ Senior Administrative Officer of I ing the Orange Bowl. game in. efficiency: and convenience but

foreman, R. Boe, W. J. Strickland, the RAF, K. Rampling of Maxwell Miami many others are simply the guns were all pointed one way to
Germans began
J. M. Bishop, Abe Hendry and J. Field and formerly Wing Com- JOINT INSTALLATIONCONDUCTED spending the day. at home or on and when the mighty fortress was simply -
B. Buxton returned a verdict of mander at Riddle Field, assistedby hunting or fishing trips. move
; by-passed and was of no use
Flight Lieutenant Nickerson and
accidental drowning. The body
blitz forced
whatever. great
was sent then to Fort Myers to be Squadron Leader Hill pinned on the MONDAYBY Eleven Men AcceptedIn the retirement of French and
prepared for burial and funeral coveted wings and after this John
English fight-
English troops, the
services were held, in Fort Denaud Paul Riddle of' Miami presented the December CallThe
ing their back to Dunkirk
cemetery Tuesday afternoon. I cadets tificates.with Mr.their Rampling graduation then madea cer STARS & MASONSNew where the greatest evacuation of

in history was accomplished. -
short talk to the class. local Service of- troops
Train Delayed By j .Selective During the flight from France,
New Year's Day was nQt a holi- officers of the Eastern Star fice reported this week that elevenof
Hill said he saw French Boy
Mr. ,
Lake Wales WreckThe day at the field and flying contin- dur- of leaving here A
the men
and Masonic lodges to serve group Scouts very active in caring for the 1
ued as usual following the wings draft "
to fill the county's
ing 1943 were installed Monday recently needs of the refugees, often working is

passenger train from the ceremony. night at a joint installation held call for December were accepted not, days on end; without rest, to
four were rejected and one was "
north was delayed for several hours Willkie's Co-Pilot at the fraternal rooms in Moore reported. (Continued on Page S)
Christmas morning by a wreck
Haven in, one of the most impressive Those accepted were Elmo Hand:

which Lake occurred Wales the when previous a through nightat Now Stationed Here and best attended of such' affairs ing Powell Clewiston, John Har- Army Hour To Feature

in several years. low Windish of LaBelle, George C.
freight ran into the back of the local -
freight at the Lake Wales sta- Many Clewiston people are mem- Bestor of Clewiston, John Howard Civilian Defense Work

Wendell I... Leapline of Connells- bers of these lodges and there wasa McRee of Clewiston, William Ed-
tion.The through freight, pulled by ville, Pa., who was; a co-pilot aboardone large attendance from here. ward Davidson of Clewiston, Halley -

two locomotiVes, was loaded with of the planes upon which Wendell Mrs. I. E. Scott acted as install- 1.. DeLaney, Jr., of LaBelle, Sam- Lt. DeWitt M. Smith of Miami,

rock for runway construction at Willkie made his recent world- ing officer for the Stars and Mrs.S. uel Laulas Lang of Clewiston, Rob- head of the Air Warning ServiceIn

Riddle Field and through some circling tour, recently arrived In C. Stalls as Marshal. Mrs. J. ert Ellis Fountain of Clewiston, this district, in a telephoneall

mixup in signals, it is believed, the Clewiston and is employed as an instructor M. Fountain was installed as Dan Haskell Duke of Clewiston, to this' paper Wednesday stat-

local freight failed to get off the at Riddle Field. I Worthy Matron, I. E. Scott as Walter Zelner Gilbert, Jr., a trans- jd that he hoped all air observers

main line. Both engines of the Pilot Leapline was ,only on one Worthy Patron, Mrs. C. M. Pirkle. fer from Madison, ,Fla., and John would listen in Sunday afternoonto
Matron, C. M. Pirkleas Pershing Duke of. Elkton, Ky. the Army Hour program whichis
through freight were badly dam- lap of the tour in his capacity as a as Associate :
aged and the caboose of the local pilot for a commercial airways Associate Patron, Mrs S.C. Rejected were: Estil Milman broadcast each Sunday after-

was demolished. One locomotive company. The distance flown and Skinner as Conductress, Mrs. C. C. Dull, a transfer from Kissimmee, loon from 330 to 4:30 o'clock.

tender, struck the Lake Wales sta- the location of the lap have not Klutts as Chaplain, Mrs. C. H. Donald Earl Royer of LaBelle, Carl The coming Sunday the program
tion causing considerable'damage. been learned. Settle as Secretary, Mrs. .t. E. Edward Malmberg of LaBelle (his will be devoted to various activities -

Passengers, express and mail had Jordan as Organist. Mrs. Stalls as third rejection) and Ira Homer ; of Civilians in Defense and a
train to Marshall and Mrs. Glen Etherton, Sweeney LaBelle onsiderable portion to the work
to be transferred from one Edward Von Mach New of
Mrs J. W. Sexton and Mrs. Mary Booker of the air observers of the Air
the other until the wreckage was Unreported was Berry
cleared and the track repaired a Enlisted In Air Corps Moore as Star points. Mrs. caro-I Touchstone, a transfer to MississIppi Warning Service.
couple of days later.: line Bales, treasurer, Mrs.. Three posts have been chosen as
McLeod as Associate Conductress, epresentative and from which
Sentinel and Mrs. will be made. One is
E. W. McLeod as broadcasts
RAF Cadets In West After several efforts and much Made >
discouragement Edward Von Mach P. E. L. Smith, and Mrs. W. E. Kiwanis Plans in Maine, another in New York
Townsend the other Star points the third at Hollywood, Fla.,
Palm Beach Christmas son of Mr.; and Mrs. M. E. Von
Mach, has passed his examinationsfor were unable to be present to be, in- ,J, For InstallationThe where three observers. includingthe
stalled.J. chief observer, will broadcast
,entrance into the Army
A number of RAF' cadets the Hollywood
from the post
Corps and is now: at home awaitinghis M. Couse acted as installing Kiwanis meeting on Wednesday -
Riddle Field observersis
and officers from Beach Hotel. One of the
officer for the Masons and S. C.
call. ,table
of the Bath and Ten- evening was a has been very
.. were guests I Stalls Marshall. All elective and a minister who
nis Club Christmas Day in a Edward first tried West Palm as discussion of matters of importance active in civilian defense work and

repetition of last year's party Beach where he was told that he appointive officers were presentand Carr including the plans, designs and the other will be a wounded veteranof
installed follows
was underweight and had an were as : of the service men's rosterto
which included use of the pools and Mack placing World War 1.
tennis courts and a dinner at whichmembers ,athletic heart. Shortly thereafterhe Settle, Worshipful Master; be placed in the park and plans The Army Hour is always most
tried Tampa and found underweight Greene, Senior Warden; S. C. Skin- installation meeting to be
were hosts. Ernest G. was for the interesting and will be made more
"Howes, president of the organiza- Again in Miami he was ner, Junior Warden; 'V. C. Owen, I held next Wednesday evening. the representation of branchof
Etherton, so by
Senior Deacon G, E.
tlon, was in charge. told that he had too much heightfor ; The Installation meeting will also activity in which so many people
Junior Deacon; E. E. Gross Chap-
The Stanley Charles Notts, who the amount of meat carried Steward he Ladies Night and a large crowdis here are engaged.yyyWWMMM .
lain C. H. Settle, Senior ;
maintained English tradition by but all his attempts lo gain weight ; expected to be in attendance. WM
W. H. Lanier, Junior Steward andN. VrI W W./MrN.LM
keeping open house through the were in vain, 'I
Mumford Tiler. W. L. I
V. S. ,
holiday week at Jadehol, had as Then he left for Georgia on a' Bellamy, 'Secretary and I. E. Scott, Miss Von Mach WorkerIn Willow Run aircraft plant. She
guests from Thursady through Sat- recruiting trip for the U. S. Sugar I was one of the first six women
Treasurer re-elected and were
T. O. Corporation with his father, was were in that plant.
urday Wing Commander PlantM. ,[ hired for work
installed hold- Detroit War
not as they were !
: unavoidably and embarrassingly in her re-
Prickett and Mrs Prickett, Squadron Her work has resulted
Leader A. G. Hill and Flight detained for a time and 'ate plentyof over officers. ____ _A cent enrollment on the highest )honor -
..Lieutenant G.V.. Nickerson.. They wholesome Georgia food so ,upon Following the installation an roll of American workers by the
this week re- '
his return found that his weightwas Eastern Star committee served refreshments E. Von Mach American Indus-
',i gave a dinner for these guests on which car- War Congress of
sufficient to get him by the of sandwiches and ceived a Detroit paper Detroit and. is
for in
Thursday_ and had extra guests up MissMary try. She. lives
his ,
k doctors. So' Edward will now coffee in the recreation room of ried the picture
:::. dinner 0 on Christmas Day and in camp Von Mach, at her ,job in the I an aviatrix.r .:
the evening a large buffet supper.: go in the Air Corps. the hall.


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7fu1aIftM1rn4TMbIR'G I P Between Fighting in Solomons THE CHEERFUL CHERUB J,

I love to hear this )?I.

'* fl'vQJca What wise man, two years music box ;

ago, would have predicted that I It tells of times
W EA ON the lonely Solomon islands &
1 SCREEN that used to be,
strewn in the path of the routeto
Australia, would today be a k BY VIRGINIA VALE The little tunes it
Released by Western Newspaper Union.WHAT'S .
Washington, D. C. show-down battleground of the tinkles out

GERMAN DEATH RATE United States and Japanese been happening Just sound so l lavenckr .
Diplomatic dispatches from Europe feminine lead in
forces? ,
report that the German 'death N4 / Metro's version of the stage to me.

rate going is'going down.up and'the birth rateis U. S. marines took a vital air:=, j success, "Best Foot Forward 1\1."It'\

Also the number of German 'sol- !field from the Japs on August I ," is like the old game of

diers killed or permanently disabled 7-8, on Guadalcanal island, in H // r "Button, Button." Lana Tur- \

since the war began now totals the Solomons. Since that, time I ? r;;ar ,tb Ji r ner was announced 'for. the j\q0
1,900,000. This estimate made be- the. Japs have spent lots of role, then she was out and Lu-

fore the Russian counteroffensive be- money, men and ships tryingto I .i cille Ball was assigned to it. Features.
and before the British turned
gan, take it back. To keep it'has ( k Then Miss Turner got it, and Miss
back Rommel in Egypt. Obviously, ,
Ball was out. After which'there
cost Uncle Sam much in was
therefore, the,total is now well above money, :
2,000,000. men and ships. But Old Gloryis 1 another shuffle, and now-thi's seems...
final-it's Lucille's.
This does not include prisoners nor' firmly planted on Guadal- I. Jv l Mvi

men suffering minor wounds. If canal, and on other islands of M
these were included, the total casu- The role of "Smitty" in "Cry .p5PIRIN
alty figure would be, according to the Solomon group. Havoc," that story of the nurses on LARGEST SELLER ATIOt
Bataan, is another that's been WppICS
accepted military ratios, more than one
pictures give in-
you in doubt. Merle Oberon, Greer Gar-
twice the basic figure, or approximately -
5,000,000. timate close-ups of life as it son-one" top notcher after anotherwas

for in these suggested for it. The beautiful
goes our boys em-
Meanwhile, exact figures on the Early Band Saw
German birth rate have been re- battled islands.In didn't Greer couldn't do it and really introduction of the band saw
care. She's to be
ceived. These indicate the usual in American sawmills dates from

wartime downward trend of births, &i-y i'4'a : --W' +wYr+ .uwaer :
despite Hitler's frantic efforts to picture at ,top a marine removes l [; ; bition in 1876, when Henry Disston

make procreation popular.The his whiskers during a lull in t created a sensation by exhibiting

birth rate 20.5 in 1939 '", ,..ONEr his perfected band saw in actual
was the fighting the lines I
near front on / : '
per thousand, 20.4 in 1940, 18.8 in + >;: operation.
1941, but for the first three months Guadalcanal. Right: Chow call for r :

of 1942 took a drop to only 15.8. jungle fighters. A lunch of soup, :

Neutral diplomatic sources report meat and bread is served'up to the : ; : How' To RelieveBronchitis
that business in
men Germany are kP
/ Y Y "s
marine.troops near the front lines.
beginning to foresee defeat. But
the people as a whole will not be Y .WShown zip ru1a :
of defeat and V n"vinsa p m Mrd
aware approaching ,
y.f };r.rn : a, 1
their morale will not cracK until ; }f "
tti 4
,!!vNi.'Kr : r Creomulsion relieves
g/j r4r r promptly because -
the German suffers a major
army / it goes right to the seat of the
military reverse. The heavy casual- : J. :!. Y.. / -4-/ '4. rs.5f f'1C0 trouble to help loosen .and expel
ties, now comparable to the total A ; ..li ar! germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
:!.:h::Sa:l jp :fi to soothe and heal raw,' tender
suffered in the First World war, are : inflamed -
not enough in themselves to cause branes. Tell bronchial mucous mem-
your druggist to sell you
popular revolt, as long as the Ger- a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding -
man armies successfully dominate you must like the way it
Europe. quickly allays the cough or you are
to have your back.
But when ''Rommel is cleaned out money
of Africa, and when that news seeps. CREOMULSION

into the German consciousness, we with Walter Pidgeon again, which for Coughs Chest Colds.Bronchitis
can look for popular discontent, plus makes the third time, in "Madame
burning distrust of the Nazi military Curie," based on the lives of the

,machine. famous scientists. Merle Oberon Alaskan Totem Poles
*. and Joan Crawford head the cast An Alaskan Indian totem pole

ITALIAN UNREST of "Cry Havoc," with Mervyn Le- records the important events in
Those who expect the bombing, of roy directing. the family ,life. Out-of-town rela-

Italy to cause a revolt of the peopleare ---7: tives recognize their kin-folk's
badly mistaken. The bombingmay dwelling place by familiar markings -
knock out her industrial productiveness Samuel Goldwyn's had to borrow on the totem, pole.IRRITATIONS. ..;
a "Gone With the Wind"
flag. A
and cripple her fleet and
shipping, but will not cause a popu- Confederate banner was needed for
lar revolt. "They Got Me' Covered," the Bob ill fM OF

Reasons for this 'Nazi .., Hope-Dorothy Lamour picture, but
are two: 1. p v 'W""""" ="" ''-'-r "v< '''< ''''
} ''>n; "" "' .G/ "' :;.M'=:o';;''''' ''<'''': iJ IiI D
have such the flag-makers said that all bunt- CAUSE

Italy troops that no revolt a could stranglehold gain head-on Set afire by a Jap bomb hit on the hangar in the background, this ing and material were going into acne pimples, bumps (blackheads), and
marine fighter plane was pulled into the by leathernecks who used modern emblems and nothing could ugly broken-out skin." Millions relieve
way; 2. There are no leaders left open miseries with simple home treatment.
to head chemicals the be done about making one. Goes to work at once. Direct action aids
a revolt. to extinguish flames. The plane, a Grumman Wildcat, returned '1/ healing by killing germs it touches. Use
Italo Balbo was an opponent of to the air.w9MMlfY.wl ----r-- Black and White Ointment only as directed -
collaboration with Germany. He leda ,Melvyn Douglas has got what hewantedhe's lOc 25c 50c sizes.25 years success.
.. :Honey-back guarantee. SZT Vital in
l.TR A.'] X:;)1wv1J.rS1M.w /.M'efTR v 9A4. '
spectacular flight of planes to the 16Y/Af1.TA9NMMYJ'AWIRlVAW49L a private in the army cleansing is\good soap. Enjoy famous
United States, and was an admirerof now. Which means that a new lead- Black and White Skin Soap dally.

this country. But he differed with ing man had. to be rounded up for

Mussolini. on African policy, con- 'T "Gaslight," starring Irene Dunne. Blind Impulses -
tending that Libya could not be And Columbia's "Port Said," it's
'' Unhappily, in the scales of hu-
defended. Balbo died in what was .:Y p;<', e' rc YY\Wi said, has had to be put on the shelf,.
the clear
r man judgment dictatesof
officially reported as an airplane unless someone else can be foundto
"accident." take the Douglas role. Gone are reason are too often outweighedby
the blind impulses of the
Pietro Badoglio was skeptical the days when leading men were 9 sions.-Sir James Frazer.7q5Uj&. pas"
about the Greek campaign, told dime a dozen in Hollywood!

Mussolini he wouldn't undertake it ---,,..y,'
without ten divisions and four
months preparation. Mussolini or- It's a long jump from tent showsto
-v' A4E1bi4 the role of "St. Bernadette" in
dered him to take one month and
aches and pains of
four divisions. is "The Song of Bernadette," but Jen- -
Badoglio popular
among the Italian people, but too Q3 nifej Jones, a newcomer to the # RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO 1'

old to lead.Rodolfo l /' $ screen, has made it. She's been in
/ A.Ai'nwLVnvN"y'Y & Hollywood just since last February; 4-
h.J w C'fxt
Graziani was also skep- : .wWe. F a'!5.k:
David O. Selznick is responsible for
tical about the defense of Libya, her discovery.It's .

though largely responsible for pre- above (left) is a ---.,;)
paring its defenses. Much younger, Jh
he has broken with Mussolini and captured enemy field announced that Orson Wellesis

is under surveillance, possibly under piece. Above (right) the going to do a spot of acting

arrest. girl he left behind him is again, this time in 20th CenturyFox's -
Large Bottled tma122-SmaIl) Size 60c
People Hate Mussolini. not forgotten by this marine "Jane Eyre, as "Roches IT ALL GOOD DRUG STORES or BY HAIL en ticeipt of prlci
ter"-and it's to be hoped that
Yet. the sentiment, of the standing in his fox. CO..lnc.
people, audiences won't giggle in remem- 530 Broad Street-Jacksonville,florid.
especially in southern Italy, is such hole._ Left: Coffee is dispensed brance of Jack Benny's valet when-

that they would welcome deliverancefrom by the barrelful. ,ever the name is spoken. Joan ,,17'act
Mussolini and Hitler. U. S. Fontaine has the title role. Thatpicture

diplomats, waiting for release from a r eMj ..7y Welles worked on in Brazil, :
internment after Pearl Harbor were y} t <. eS %%f wlrff .SOf 'd'yKYr a "It's All True," is still unfinished, : OU .
told secretly by Italians: "We will
not. forget!" :---7 :

There .are. many things they will "Der Fuehrer's Face," the song ADVERTISING ;

not forget, including the ludicrous :: i r' I hit that. has made so many of us
behavior of Mussolini, who concealshis i,' laugh, was written specially for .'
baldness and his wen by never Walt Disney's picture of that name

removing his hat before a camera; t in just one hour and a half-the

the' wild behavior of his daughter, composer, Oliver Wallace, says so. e ADVERTISING
Edda Ciano; and the lavish entertaining Disney had outlined his idea for a represents the leadership ofa
of Count Ciano who picture, and Wallace remembereda
soup-to-nuts banquets "while the peo- few arrogant phrases from Hit- nation. It points the way. i

ple eat a. few ounces of rationed kglf'rn.2 ler, Goebbels and Goering, sat himself We merely follow-follow to I
bread. down and dashed off the song.
-- new heights of comfort of
As yet there has been no bombingof ,

Rome, but some indication of Sammy Kaye recently celebratedthe convenience, of happiness.As .
what might happen was given early first year's anniversary of his
in the song, "Remember Pearl Harbor,"
war when the French sent time goes on advertising -
planes over Rome for four nights. by donating another $1,000 royalty J'
The people poured out of the cityon I check to the Navy Relief society. is used more and more, !
everything that had That makes the tidy little sum of 'j ,
wheels i
and as it is used more we :J .
cluding push carts, bicycles and $4,000 that the song has brought
baby carriages. Yet the French had them. allprofit more. It's the way

dropped nothing more harmful than y --7. has-
leaflets.It L.Sfir'.N bv S -kf Joan Davis' first song, written advertising
is y\ ,,r: .f..ry:,, '. !:,,./. },!rgAf4nf anl i':>":' ; oln:2.R with Dick Mack, producer of the ;
1. }% .
reported that when Allied [+.v!,f.,;h / ni/ !!t ( w ,ra.:/;: {1. ::;G /r\.r feverybody bringing a profit to
.. Rudy Vallee which she
bombers come over the city, the 'i.{,/' / \y'v r9 program on
people kneel at the altar of their 'WLM .).. taxW '4wiYf Y.YJ{4i000Lw--------' is featured, has been recorded by concerned

patron saint, San Gennaro, and with Donald Dickson and a full orchestra the consumer included
Before this crude leanto on Tulagi island, Father James Fitzgerald
and be in
Mussolini in mind, say: "Dear San may soon spotted a )
Gennaro, tell them he's not here-!' beloved navy chaplain, says mass for marines of an amphibian tractor motion picture; it's titled "A Day j ,
he's in Rome! unit. Father Fitzgerald's home is in Chicago. Closer to Victory."

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THERE is no man so suc-
| .cessful as he who does not

); j ftfI1. LessonBy await,the but arrival sets out of and his makes opportunity -.

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:; ;: ; ; ( .... ...........:....;;.;.; ..................v::3l..lllllfffl.JL ] Of( The eased Moody by Western Bible Institute Newspaper of Chic'ago.iRe Union.). earthly good so much enjoyedNo
h U kn'ice 1 pleasant scene so fair.
As when ice have some worthy friend, ..
Lesson for January 3 Its beauties we may share.
WINCHELL is on a tour of -W. M. HINMAN.
duty outside Continental U. S. During his ...
It's a comfortable thought
contributors will substitute. : ; Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se-
lected and copyrighted by International that the smallest mud-
Council of Religious Education; used by
.LEGENDS permission. puddle can contain its own pic-
'x. ture .of heaven.. -= Nathaniel
(By a U. S. Marine.) THE GLORY OF THE SON Hawthorne.

Marine slang is colorful: You can OF ODLESSON'TEXTJohn
4 '5 Brothers quarrel like thieves
favorite >
SNOW the waiter in your 5
JO AND inside a house, but outside their
CHOW HOUSE by ordering 1:1.14.
SIDE ARMS, coffee with cream and GOLDEN TEXT-And the Word was made swords leap out in each oth-
flesh, and dwelt among us (and we beheld er's defense.-Proverb.
cook prob-
sugar. And your ;"!!. v ?. ;Ativ'y4/v 4 4 his glory, the glory as of the only begottenof
COL- : YryS l' +
ably never heard of dishing up the Father), full 'of grace and truth.

LISION MATS, pancakes to you. John 1:14.
Shop talk to Leathernecks is SCUT- Curtains, Drapes to
TLEBUTT. GIZMO is a word to use ANew Year! It brings a thrillto

when you can't think of a better one our hearts,' for even in this year Brighten Your Home

it's a whatsit, a you-know- of our Lord 1943 we may look for-
whatchamacallit. Overseas caps are I ward with expectancy to God's

GO-TO-HELL CAPS to the soldiersof blessing upon us and be hopeful that

the sea, and his HOUSEWIFE is ,better things are ahead. Yet we do

his sewing kit. There's nothing to so ,with a sense of sadness as we

keep up a Marine's morale like a realize that our world is so far

SUGAR REPORT not a statement / KF 4\:4g4C;, wk 9 do .; } 4 ;. .L:,y. j' from God, and with a deep feelingof
on'staples, but a dispatch from !, : Q!?' v/'''''\'. fir responsibility for our life and tes-

" his dolly.. Slow thinker is a K.kpx.;.,; timony in the coming months.

; KNUCKLEHEAD, and with him "}.:...?<}1 !'L There could be no better way to
l things are seldom DING ,HAU, or ':'y' ;.; : K3 begin any year-and certainly not

: O. K. SLOPCHUTE is any place this year-than by the study ofGod's fTL

i'! that serves drinks., SEA DUST is Word. This should be donein ::::

! salt, and tapioca is named FISH the home and in the church, but

, EYES. Soup Serve It Hot and Savory! may we suggest that this is an espe-

(See'Recipes Below) cially good time to'enter into the
You call them Leathernecks, not' fellowship of your local Sunday r

because they're tanned and tough, Savory Soups This Week's Menu school. i .
but because they wore a leather
of John makes the meal! It used to Were we to select a Scripture por-
stock as a collar in the days Soup ( Split Pea and Salami Soup
tion with which to start the we
Paul Jones. Favorite Marine expression mean that soup set tone to what was 'Celery Slaw year
during could not find a finer one than the .
the to come
: "Some Joe never gets Rye Bread and Butter '
the Bon Homme the meal, but I'm Gospel according to John.
I word, originated on Sandwiches I ICq
Richard when Marine sharpshooters willing to wager Baked Pear I. In the Beginning-the Living y'

in the rigging marveled at Jones' I that soup will be Milk Word (vv. 1-3): ).

coolness in fighting the Serapis. He the meal on many Recipes, Given God reveals Himself to man. As
refused to surrender when the cause of these wintry the word is the express image of

looked hopeless, so the Leathernecksgave p.! days. It can be the thought, so in an infinitely greater -
the sailors a lift by dropping quick and easy to Cut onions into %-inch slices. Cook sense Christ, the Living Word, ,is

grenades down the open hatches of fix, yet nourish slowly in butter until tender and the-express image of God. (see Heb.

the English man-of-war, putting the ing and full-bodied in flavor. slightly browned, stirring constantly. 1:1-3).
that Serve substantial soup as a main Add soup stock, heat to boiling
clincher on party.Corps' of iir
"the spoken
course for a luncheon or dinner witha point; boil 2 or 3 minutes. Toast beginning,
vitamins and toasted cubes in each I Genesis 1:1, Jesus Christ already"was"
officers have a knack of salad crammed with bread, put'
(v. 1)) ; and He not only "was'I
minerals and dessert. with 2 tablespoons I
plate cover
well as doing the right a soup ,
saying as
I with God" but He Himself "was 3
have beena cheese. Pour the hot over all x i itSCAfl&
thing at the right time: Capt. Lloyd Green split peas long soup '
God. He the Living Word the complete zr
Williams' words at Belleau Wood will favorite ingredient of soup. Here and serve with additional cheese if
and final revelation of God as
combined with salami. Other desired. I
live as long as the Leatherneck they are
both Creator and Redeemer, was
Corps. When retiring French ordered kinds of substitutes of meats or Another soup that 'can take the I
God. He
the infinite and eternal ,
Boche Blitz left-over ham be effectively dish' is real Fish I I
:: him to retreat before a may place of a main a
to bring to man the reassur- t
he answered: "Retreat, hell! We substituted if you so desire.'Split Chowder. This Chowder makes use came 'of God's redeeminglove. AtgNCF 'ai f+a ,
just got here." Forthwith launchedan Pea and Salami Soup. of haddock or cod and salt pork. message I

attack, and helped turn the tide. (Serves 6) Fish Chowder. The. profound' depth 'of these 443
Devereaux's 1/ split peas
Col. James inspiring cups green
,._ last message from Wake Island, 4% cups cold water S (Serves.- 6) verses is beyond the I deepest'' thinker and draperies-the
1 sliced onions 3 pounds-haddock'or cod'cut in '. but their; 'glorious ,message of CURTAINS
"Send us mo're Japs, is likely to be, cup way of transforming a'
as famous in years to come.. Richard 1 cup diced celery a solid piece redemption is simple enough for child. room! Make your own from these

Harding Davis is credited with originating 1/ teaspoons salt 4 cups boiling water understanding of the youngest clear directions and have your

the phrase, "The Marines / pound salami 2 ounces fat salt pork We not may receiv understand<< truth and which-we be blessedby can- choice of valance, swag, varied
have landed and the situation is well 3 cups :milk' 3 medium-sized onions, peeled draping and arrangement.
Salt to suit taste it.
in hand. and sliced *
'. Dash black pepper H. In the World-the True Lightvv.
4 medium-sized potatoes, peeled Pattern 443 contains detailed directionsfor
Lieut.-Col. II. ,E. Rosecrans, for- Soak peas in cold, water for 2 and sliced ( 4-11)). making curtains and drapes In a vari*
.::; mer editor of the Leatherneck, hours, in large kettle; add onions, 1 milk scalded He is both the life and the lightof ety of styles. Send your order to:
and 1% of salt. quart In fact His life was the
Marines' own magazine, led one of celery, teaspoons men. ,
" the amphibious battalions ashore at Bring to boiling point, cover, and 1 tablespoon salt light that shined (yes, and still Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.

Tulagi. Surprised in a night attack simmer 2V2 hours, stirring occasion- teaspoon pepper shines) in the darkness of 'this 82 Eighth Ave. New York

by Japs, his unit broke camp on twominutes ally. Remove outer covering from Simmer fish in 2 cups water unti I world, revealing God's love. Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to
:' .,,:; notice without loss of life! salami and cut in small cubes or tender; strain, ,reserving liquid. Discard But the world did not receive the cover cost of mailing) for PatternNo.

.' During training, the famed Raider strips; add to soup (saving a few bones, skin, light. His own world knew Him notv ...............

.. outfits spend their "spare" time pieces for garnish). Simmer 30 min- etc., cut pork fine ', ( ; 10). How tragic! Yet even deeper Name ...............................
wrestling and throwing knives at utes longer. Add milk and pepper and brown slightly. a is the hurt of verse 11-His own
suit Address .....................:.......
targets. and additional salt to taste. Add onions, J people received Him not.

Bring to boiling point. potatoes and remaining And it is so today. Nations refuse -

Famous Firsts: First American It's a nice custom to serve justan water 0 His light upon world problemsand

troops to land in Japan, 1853, with old-fashioned Brown Onion Soup and cook until potatoes are tender. try to fight them out. Class SOOTHES CHAFED SKIN
Commodore Perry. Their drill and with its garnish of toasted rye bread Combine with fish mixture. Add hatred; capital against labor; the ij

precision greatly impressed the Em- and cheese. scalded milk, salt and pepper.A "have" against the "have not"; yes, OROLINE OO

peror betting is 100 to I they'll Onion Soup. piquant and even the bitter fightings between WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
impress Hirohito more next v time (Serves 8) colorful salad to professed Christians, all bespeak the

', they call. First shot'of World War I 6 (1 pound) onions (; serve with a soup fact that the shining of the "true -'
.:, was fired by a Leatherneck, in Guam 3 tablespoons '''butter combines winter light which lighteth every man" has Great Small

harbor across the bow of a German 1 quart soup stock vegetables with a not been permitted to penetrate very Great men never feel great;
t 5 cutter. First time the flag was raisedon 6 slices bread sharp french far into this dark world. small men never feel small.-Chi-

the banks of the Rhine was by 3 tablespoons grated cheese dressing and goes However, it has reached, by God's nese Proverb.
Capt. Gaines Mosely of the Fifth well with
soup. grace, into the hearts of believers,
Marines. First Distinguished Service Lynn Says:' *Celery Slaw. and there it has brought forth glori-
Cross awarded to GeneralC. .
was *
(Serves 4) ous results. -
A. Doyen for forming the Fourth ACT FAST B2 a.
-- Spots and Stains: Holidays 1 cup celery, diced III. In the Believer-Power and

Commando Brigade of raid undying was staged glory. by First Marines bring with them the inevitable 1 cup cooked beets, diced Glory (vv. 12-14). To help preventCOLDS 11

led by Lieut. Stephen Decatur stains on your linens. Since you 1/ cups cabbage, shredded Those who receive Christ are born
;. c can't avoid stains, be preparedto 2 tablespoons onion, minced It is not matter of "blood,"
S- : in North Africa, 138 years ago! First again. a : :
know what to do about them.
'. time Old Glory fluttered to an old '' .J/4 cup french dressingSalt that is, of family or heredity. Nor

war breeze was at Derne, Tripoli, Laundering The American releases'Institute the' information of- and pepper to taste is it "by the will of the flesh," thatis from developing .;::1

',: '." captured by Marines in 1805. First Combine celery, beets, cabbage, by natural instinct or development -
that the best to take
military band in the U. S. was Ma- way onion, french dressing, salt and pep- of an inherent divine spark. Put a few drops of Va-tro-nol up
,-:':' rine Band, organized 1789 as President's care of cranberry stains is to per. Chill. Serve in lettuce cups. And it is not by "the will of man," each nostril at the very first sniffle
spread the cloth over a bowl and Its action
or sneeze. quick
official band. Garnish with hard-cooked egg. for it does not come by human
pour hot water on the stain froma aids Nature's defenses
-' height sufficient to allow the If you're too busy to ,make meat power. against colds. Follow VICl.7S
Horse Marines were actually in water to strike the cloth forceful stock out of a meat bone and vege- It is "of God, a divine rebirth directions VA-IRG-MOL

service. The Legation Guard at ly. It may interest you to know tables, called for in some of the which gives power in the life self, and in folder.
one's to
Peiping, China, was a mounted that raw cranberries weaken the soups, make a bouillon, by dissolvingone authority to declare
be the child of God (v. 12). This is
detachment and disbanded only four strength of the cloth 25 per cent, of the concentrated cubes in '
News River N. C. ad- all so clear and so altogether de-
4 years ago. whereas cooked cranberries only boiling
vanced combat base of the Fleet Ma- weaken it 21.1 per cent to. 22.4 For quicky soups combine some of sirable for both time and eternity BEACONS of'
wonders all do not at
bids fair become that one
rine Force, to the. per cent. favorite canned soups like tomato
turn to Christ as Saviour. Have
: largest military reservation in the Coffee stains, cocoa, and fruit and green pea, mushroom and
.'.. country. ,Marines never know how, juice stains wash out if the cloth chickent bean and tomato, mushroom you? SAFETY
The believer also sees in the Word
: when or where they'll be asked to : is allowed to stand in a solution and celery, etc.
become with which "was made flesh and dwelt .Like a beacon light on
fight, so they experts of cold dilute potassium

with dash
permanganate topping soups a of "
I Try of "the
the only
Terrific among us, glory advertisements
all kinds of weapons. accu- for a minute or two. If the height-the
chopped parsley, popcorn, "
paprika All
of the Father.
..<.;, racy of fire-power. helped small force the stain remains, reduce it further grated cheese, toasted bread cubes, begotten in newspapers direct
:"1"'.', J of Devil Dogs to hold on in the Solo with an application of warm such an expression means we shall better and
and swirls of whipped to newer,
not know until we reach eternity,
for rifle is
mons. Respect his car- solution of sodium hydrosulfite.Milk .
':', \ ried to the nth degree if he cream and ice cream Lynn Chambers can tell you how to but that does not prevent the believer easier ways of providingthe

\ drops it, or inadvertently calls it a stains are best treated by being dress up your table for family dinner or from beholding, by the eye of things needed or

:' 1" gun, ypur Marine sleeps with it I soaked in cool suds before wash- festivities, give you menus for,your parties' faith, his glorious Saviour, the "One desired. It shines, this
sometimes hits the sack with as ing in hot water. For candle or tell you how to balance your meals in who is "full of grace and truth. beacon of newspaper

':" ,. many as 20 rifles for company. While I grease stains, use a solvent such accordance with nutritional standards.Just John, the "man sent from God"v. advertising-and it will be

. '-" : : in training Marines work in the"butts" as carbon tetrachloride, sponging write to her, explaining your problem, at ( 6), was a witness to the Light to" to your advantage lo follow .

..; on the rifle range, marking it on with a small pad of cotton Western Newspaper Union, 210 South DCS- the'intent that men "might believe. it whenever you

targets, getting used to the sound of on the cloth under which a blot- plaines Street, Chicago, Illinois. Please We, too, are to be witnesses, and make
A .30 calibre slugs whining overhead.It's ter has been placed., Pat lightly enclose a stamped, self-addressed. envelopefor that includes every one of us who a purchase
tradition in the Corps that knows Jesus Christ as Redeemerand
every but do not rub solvent.- your answer.

man's a fighting man.i : Released by Western Newspaper Union. Lord.v.. '- ,. -, I .. ..._':'. ::'.
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News change things. So many people are .with that important war work. As start we have accomplished in one to the Boy Scouts of America, of.
The Clewiston
not where ,they were a year ago, they have told you so many times, year more than our enemies were ,which he is Honorary President, and
and it is only through these. an- the surgical dressings are being able to achieve in eight. Our able in which he has been active for

Published; every Friday in Clewlston, nual 'visits,, that we can keep up made by volunteer Red Cross work- industrial leaders with but few exceptions more than 18 years, President
Florida, by the CLEWISTON' -NEWS. with them. Worthy of special ers because the manufacturerscannot turned their attention to Roosevelt pays high tribute to the
Tnc. mention are some of the cards from supply enough for our arm- winning the war;' labor, that part Boy Scouts, stating that "the con-
the men in service-those which ed forces. As the war progresses which works with its hands on the tribution of ,this great voluntary organization '
KEATJ1LEY BORDEN Editor the army photographers- suppliedwith and YOU have a friend or mem- assembly line, gave an account of to the building of the
pictures. From the parachute ber of your family in the Solomons itself, to which Democracy the manly virtues and to the 'strengthening -
Entered as second class mall matter school in Fort Benning, Phelix in Africa, or on the high seas world over can, point with pride. of our national morale _makesit
February I,Florida 1927, at, under the Pest the Office Act of inClewlston Slonaker sent his greetings on a you know _not where you should We set goals that even we did deserving of the support of all
!March 3, 1897.Subscription card bearing the picture of a para- have a deep personal incentive to not believe we could achieve, onlyto citizens."
trooper in action. It is a splendid do your utmost to see that the gov- better them and set construction The
greetings to thenation's
picture of a transport plane highin ernment has sufficient bandagesfor records that'were miraculous. Ships .
Rate $2.00 Per Year. I 1,570,962 Scouts, Air
the air, and a man just mak- all its hospital and field units. that in the last war it took monthsto
Sea Scouts
Cubs and their
Advertinlne, Rate On Application. ing the jump and shows 'clearlY his At Bataan and Corregidor there build, we build in days. Cut leaders follows:
line still attached to the plane. were not enough medical suppliesfor off from vital raw materials, we THE WHITE HOUSE
Devoted to the advancement and wel- Another card shows the Alaskan the wounded; and the tragic rationed them, and in one year WASHINGTON. ,

fare of Clewiston and Hendry 'County.A1EMDET2 outpost. stories of the desperate need there put over a million men on the Christmas, 1942.
Russell Kay sent his greeting in we hope will never be repeated in battlefronts, well trained and ,fully I
the form of a ration book _with American history. The Red Cross equipped. To The Boy Scouts of America: r
I coupons attached for'good needs YOU badly -here and now. I At the same time we suppliedour In' sending Christmas greetings:
FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION<= r-AWAIMNALBMTORIALASSOCIAnOM health. ," "Happiness," etc. The local room is far behind its allies with vast quantities of and sincere good wishes to the
V schedule of work. Those unmade arms, food and ammunition. We Boy Scouts of America, I am reminded -

1941 V During the season of Christmas pieces of gauze over there that proved ourselves masters of dip- again of the debt of grati-
preparations we made some excel- should be finished bandages readyto lomacy and lined up our ''sister tude which the nation owes to
ship challenge to all of republics to the south' Scouting. The contribution of this
ftiN lent resolutions-if we can just are a ,you and out-
who have not been working. Let's smarted our enemies in Africa. great voluntary organization to the
. remember them till next Oneis
M.N.N.".N.".M.N.NiNiNiN1iNN/NNNNNH.NNNI year. building of the manly virtues and
get behind the Red Cross and Now have taken
I to remember that we have on see we the offensive -
hand a supply of Christmas cards, that Clewiston does its part. In other words, we have to the strengthening of our _national -

RAMBLINGS .1 .probably enough for the entire) just begun to fight. We are a, support morale of makes all citizens.it deserving of the s

By B. B. : supply. At any rate, instead of ':..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. long, long So way from winning the (Signed) ;. '-'-,,
buying indiscriminately, we'll look war. far we have only suc- ,

( ..........................................<'.....'".............................................. I I next year in the box where we ceeded in getting a foot-hold here FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT. '
I put the left-over cards each year. Too Late To ClassifyBy and there on the long road back.

It's only natural that an editor It's getting quite a pile. Another What this year holds for' us depends Famous Marines' HymnIs

should say it pays: to advertise Inj i j jis, to start a little earlier with RUSSELL KAY largely, on you and me. 'and
his own newspaper. But Christmas I Christmas shopping, or giCtmak1'ing. a hundred thirty million other Officially ChangedThe
when we opened gifts at. (That resolution is nearly Americans. We all are going to
morning .
:N:M:NM N:NN M N N NNN N NN, : :N N NNN, :M N1A .r
our house, and found COFFEE worn out, we've made it and have to tighten our belts, to make
among them, we were convincedthat broken it so many times-but next we approach another year, sacrifices we never dreamed we famous Marines' Hymn, song
the best advertising mediumIn year will be different.) But morel and one that promises to be the would be called upon to make. of America's' battling soldiers of:
the entire world is in this determined of all is the resolution) most crucial in the nation's his- But no matter how rough the roador the sea and known around the'
column. We have almost the I to either hide all the family Christ tory, it might be well for all of how painful the process, it will world as the fighting song of fight-i
uncomfortable feeling that hoard- mas gifts in one place or to makea us to stop and "count our change." be as nothing compared to failure. ing men for nearly a hundred!
'list of what we've and A had just been years, has officially been changedto
ers are supposed to have when we purchased year ago we God in his infinite mercy has so
see the extra coffee on the shelf. where we've hidden it. We prac- plunged into a war. Most of us, far spared us the pain and suffer- honor the Corps' gallant airmenAn -
Howeyer, bridge club will probablybe tically had to wreck the house this particularly those old enough to ing which today is being experienced official order from Lt. Gen.
as delighted as we were. They year-to find some of the earliest I remember other wars, failed to by countless millions of fellow Thomas Holcomb, Commandant of.
meet at my house next week, and purchases, and we aren't at all grasp that this time it was differ- beings. But what happened to the Marine Corps, formally alters.
had been forewarned not to expect sure that something else won't turn ent. them CAN happen to us if we fail the fourth line of the song's first .
coffee., Now we'll be delighted to up next house-cleaning time. Most of us expected to go about to understand and appreciate our stanza to" "In the air, on land and'
share it with them, and think how *. our business as we had during other blessings and unselfishly give our on sea, instead" of "On land anon

good those extra cups of coffee will But while you're about it, and conflicts, trusting to our armed utmost toward Victory. the sea .
forces to take of the problem.Of The stanza now reads:
taste. since New Year's is really the time care Let us hope that American cities "From the halls of Montezuma
for resolutions course we expected to buy some
write some good will
escape the fate of London, To the shores of Tripoli _
Dozens of people have said dur- ones on that new page you're turn- bonds, and maybe get a job in a Rotterdam and others. Let us hope We fight
our battlesIn
ing the past week "It"was the best ing over. Uncle Sam is going -to defense plant, provided it paid us that, awakened, we will stand unit- the air, on country's land and "
Christmas I ever spent". And we help you helphim win the war by more than we'd been making; we ed as a nation and with our alliesto sea.
think they meant it truly. To cele- collecting a "V" tax. A five per- would try and remember to remove the end that Victory will be ours.
brate Christmas in your own home cent of your pay check will be. deducted our hat when the flag pass- 'But we still have a long way to 17-Year-Olds May EnlistIn
under the 'very pleasant skies af- each and every pay day ed by and would always stand when go. Too many of our people still
forded Floridians this Christmaswas during 1943, so you'll have to doa the Star Spangled Banner was don't understand, still think that The Marine CorpsMarine

cause for happiness. Many little rationing of your own to played. "it can't happen here," ,still thinkin
whose loved ones have gone over- make the balance go as far as it We had been told that this was terms of "THE war"- and not
seas have heard from them in timeto should and still make your quotaof "total war"-a "people's war" "MY war." State Headquarters at
add tc their holiday happiness. war bonds and 'stamps. The but we just didn't -seem to under If you are seeking a New Year Jacksonville today announced the
Jewel Lawrence got her first let- Victory tax works like this: take stand. Fortunately, our leaders resolution, why ''not resolve now to opening of enlistments, for 17 year
ter from Art, postmarked Pearl your weekly ,salary, deduct $12 realized what ,we did not and had make this YOUR war? The sooner olds in the Marine Corps service.
Harbor, Christmas ''Day. Mrs. A. P. from it, figure' ,five percent of the made some progress in the direc- we all do that, the sooner we'll All 17 (year olds who, desire to oS
Wynn received",her first word from balance and that is your Victory tion of defense before the first get it over with. volunteer in the corps can take the
her son, James, in three and one- tax. Uncle Sam allows you to blow fell.Since physical examination and completethe
half months. He's in Africa. The make $624 dollars yearly on whichno that time, despite confusion, necessary enlistment papers at
students away at school got home Victory tax is levied. Your bickering, red tape, bureaucracyand Pays High Tribute once, however such men will not
for the holidays. Some of the boysin employer must withhold the five public indifference or: protest, 9 be subject to call for active duty
service got here, and others were percent Victory tax and send it in to these leaders set about the grim To: The Boy ScoutsIn until Jan. 1, 1943. '
granted leaves for after Christmas the Collector of Internal Revenue. .task at hand. They made mistakes -
visits. :9.: _S :*, Selfishness,* greed, politicsand
The Red Cross Surgical Dressing personal anibition raised their his annual Christmas message I IIS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? !

We limited our Christmas greeting room people are hoping that manyof ugly: heads and, in too many instances .. I
cards' this year to out-of-town you will make and live up to a served to retard our effort. Is s
friends; and my, how time does New Year resolution to pitch in But from practically a standing ,y
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you are interested, mail postcard or letter, giving .

"CIP' i name, addrett, age, sex, and indicate position you are
"'!:ere's a piece, Judge, that says that in ful predictions about how automobile aca' : best suited 'for, to PERSONNEL DIRECTOR, FLORIDA

spite of more cars and faster speeds, the first dents were going to jump up if we got l leg?] I MOTOR LINES, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. An applicationblank
six years of repeal showed 12% less deaths liquor back. 1 will be mailed to you, and if, you are acceptable '

from automobile accidents than during the About. the only thing along that 'line and position is open, arrangements will be made for a ,

last six years of prohibition." you're ever safe in predicting, Henry, is I' personal interview and further consideration.riORlPAMoTORllNES .

"Now doesn't that just go to show you this. No community or county or nation ,

Henry, you've got to be on pretty solid for,that matter, ever became or ever will become 1 1. ll % iI1t I1N1 /,, '

ground as 'far as your facts go before; you dry just because it voted that way. All l {' T
make an out-and-out prediction. Why, backin that the votin' decides is whether yc_ '
the days just before repeal quite a f::v have legal or bootleg liquor. We had near!:,' I i NIW
folks;: around the country made pretty power 14 years of experience on,that, didn't \verr -.....{i pt111NIt GtCl ytIrnt ,

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Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Griffith of group was given a list of articlesto George Rumpf brought the added

Canal Point 'spent Christmas.here. bring in, and a prize of candy: news that: her son, Charles Rumpf I DRESSMAKING ALTERING
with Mrr and Mrs. L. J. Pape. Also went to the group winning, first whom many of you remember as ,,

[ Personals I enjoying the family dinner Christ- place. he: worked here a couple of seasons BUTTONHOLE MAKING. ... ,
mas Day were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin After the hunt refreshments, ago, is in French North Mrs. Inez
Pape, Richard Pape, Mr. and Mrs. jello with cookies and candy were Africa. He" was trained in radio Pope

Clyde Egley and children, Ronald served. Apples and nuts were also work and expected his assignmentin :Mllltrest Near Passenger Depot

,4 Mr. and Mrs. J. Kenneth Rogers and Beverly. ,served earlier in the evening. that, but just before he left
spent''' Thursday to Monday in West Attending were Charles Miner, this country he was transferred to (next door to Bill Allen's)

Palm Beach with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Gardner Bub and Gene Mills, Carline Bern- the administrative command, as he
'",.. and children, Niven, Beth and er, Shirley Owen, Richard Knight, had experience in the line of work

,: ... Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morris and Fletcher, Jr., are moving this week- Anthony Toulis, Anne Prewitt, that was needed with his unit. He. --

;f./: '.' son, Jack, spent, Christmas week- end to Miami. Mr. Gardner is field Rachel Miner, :Billy Toulis, Danny spent two months in England be-
auditor for the Embry-Riddle Fly Martin. Ann Slonaker and Maureen fore leaving for
end with, relatives in Fort Myers.Mr. Africa. Mrs. M. A. ThomasAgent
ing Schools and has his head- Johnson.

and Mrs. M. S. Hayes of luarters in Miami And one of our latest enlistees. for AVON Products
Gainesville were visitors in Clew-: CARD OF THANKS Jimmy Weaver, writes from Will-'
... iston Monday. I Among the guests at the Installa- iarnsburg, Va., that he will com Box-.138 CleAviston
"" '..J. ,,. --- tion Service of theMasons and We wish to thank everyone for plete boot training this week and
''f Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Altman of I Eastern Stars in Moore Haven Mon- their help ,and expressions of sym- after three additional weeks will

Arcadia spent Christmas here visit day night were Mrs. F. E. Conk- pathy in our recent bereavement.Mrs. be given a furlough. We'll be looking :-
ling, Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, Mrs. Albert H. Brown for I
ing Mr. and Mrs. A. H. King. you Jimmy, and we
W. C. Owen and Mrs. W': H, Lanier, And Family. imagine the Navy Blues will be becoming For Your '
who their husbands to .
Jo Ann Crouch spent a few days accompanied to you. I HUNTING '''LICENSE
the meetingThe: were all in-
this week in Lake Harbor visitingher I
talled as officers, We also have news that JamesM. I for season 1942-43, see
cousins; ,? i !" I
1 I T 9:45-Church School.11:00Morning Congdon, whom we thought still K. C. HOWLING
.t Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Knight of -
Mrs E. 0.. Ward is spending a Worship Sacrament (Continued on page 8). Hendrj County Motors, ,Clewiston,
her Christiansburg, Virginia, and Miss of The Holy Communion.
few days in Miami visiting
Ruth Knight of St. Petersburg, 7:30: -Evening Worship A' Fiye-
cousin Miss Henrietta Hunt. i .
spent the Christmas holidays here Point Plan for Christian Living. I. FOR SALE-Two lots in city limits. : ..

-I Mr. and Mrs. Campbell E. Nall with their mother, Mrs. Josephine The Changed Heart. of Clewiston, size 25x110 feet
'Madison with Knight. On Christmas Day the oth- 6:30: -Junior Christian En- each. These lots
spent Christmas in are on the main Johnson's Fish
I ers in the family joined them for a \
Mrs. Nail's parents, Mr. and Mrs. deavor. highway. Price $1,000. Mrs. Acey
I family dinner and all of Mrs.Knight's The Sacrament of Holy Com- Wisswear ( Hurricane Gate)
J A. A. Munroe.Mr. Rt. 2, Box 102-A, San-
,children and grandchildrenwere munion will be celebrated at both ford, Fla. Jan.22-p. Clewiston, Fla.
together.. There were ,Mr. All Boats and ,
and Mrs. F. Deane Duff spent services Sunday. who truly l\Iotors-Guide Service
Christmas in Palm Beach with Mrs. and Mrs Richard H. Knight Rich- love Christ as the Saviour and Rates Reasonable

Duff's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. ard, Jimmy and Tommy, and Mr. would serve Him are invited to W. H. Johnson, Mgr.
and Mrs. C. 'E. Miner, Charles, partake of this sacrament.The I
Edward Bryant. Florist
Rachel and Carroll Miner. Miss
Community Church wel- #
Mr. and Mrs Albert Lyons had Ruth Knight, who is employed by comes those of all denominationsto delivered here at no
as their guests for Christmas week- the Navy Department, has been worship at its services and to extra cost. Other towns, anywhere -

end Mrs. Lyons' father, John G. transferred from St. Petersburg to take part in the work of its or- in U. S. add only cost of J. M.? COUSE
Lewis, of Fort Myers. ganizations. Make this church your telegram, ranging from 20 to
church home while in the com 55 cents. Counselor and Attorney at Law

, Flight Lieutenant William Rein- BowdenHallMiss munity. MRS. SARAH E. FOUNTAIN Hopkins Building

hart of Riddle Field spent a short Trustees meeting Monday eveningat Western Union Office Wednesdays and Saturdays s
holiday vacation at his home in 8:30 in the church. Day Phone 82
Night 2791
0:30 to 4:00
Canada." Elizabeth Hall of 'South Bay Choir practice Thursday eveningat
:: and William Bryant Bowden, of 7:30 in the church. All singersare

Cothern and Linda Lee Clewiston, were married in a quiet invited to become members of ,
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were guests the first of the week ceremony performed Christmas Eve the choir. NNIINNN. . :NNNN.. .. .. :NNN.. .. :NNNNNNN. . :..:NNNN.. .. .. :NN.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NN.. :NNNNN.. .. .. ..
of Mr. and :Mrs. M. C. Lee in Lake at the home of the groom's par- Ladies' Aid meets Thursday aft- y
Harbor. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Basil Bowden, ernoon, January 7, at 3:00 in the .;. _111111111I1 lIIIIIIIIIIIII! r IIIIIIIIIIIIII jIIlIIIIIII1111 1I1IIIIIIIIIIII V IIIIIIIIIIIIII jIIIIIIIIIIIIII s.:

in Okeechobee., Only members of Community Center. Hostesses are: X_ 's,

4';:' :Miss Lee Pridgen spent several the immediate families were present Mesdames Duff, Pressley, M. M.

.': r.' days over the week-end in Tampa at the, ceremony which was per Prewitt, and Jarvis. All ladies are See These CarsTODAYIL s.
::0::.... with her uncle and aunt, :Mr. and formed by the pastor of the Okee invited. I
chobee Baptist Church.
Mrs. W. W. Chadwick. The flowers for the church during -
Mrs. Bowden is a member of the January will be furnished by :;: :1;:

\,:' Mrs. -0. F. Schiffli and sons, faculty of the South Bay school and Mesdames H. C. JJones and O. A. ..;i. ::
will remain to .school] f
complete the
of PalmBeach Jones.
John West
.. Nick, Dick and !
'., visited friends in Clewiston term. Mr. Bowden is employed by I I
';, Monday the United States Sugar Corporation. :!.: 's'
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." Woodrow Parsons who is with ::i: 1939 :i:
),; the Army Air Corps and- stationed Ward-Jackson
.i. ::
at Myrtle Beach, 'S. Car., is visit ;
: Ford Tudor DeLuxe
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With ; :
ing his' sister,' Mrs. Albert H. >-
Brown. '. Mrs. Carolyn Jackson of Belle ::.: ', ':..

.. Glade and Arthur O. Ward, of $550 ?.
'.' Ed Thomas of, West Palm Beach Clewiston, were married in the Our x. : "
,I' : spent Christmas week-end her Clewiston Community Churcl Boys .:. .. ) 'i"
', with his brother,. G. B. Thomas, and Christmas Eve afternoon at two .:. 1937 :s: .
: :-', :. his mother, who visited here from thirty. The Rev. John N. Mont
:t' :", Safety Harbor. gomery, minister of the church, inthe ChevroletDeLuxeTownSedan
\ lj lj's.
t::.>', ..- -. II I performed the ceremony. .;
:;,;';.' Mrs. F. M. Mooney and daughter Mrs. Ward has held a responsible .1.

r,.' ,:' ; Deanie, and son, Mickie, of position with the federa Service v v $195

'":;""/' .' Jacksonville, were, guests Christ agency operating Camp Osceola, ;
/J.' ,':-::' mas! week-end of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. at Belle Glade. Mr. Ward is man ;
.:-.t'--: < Jones.Mr. ager of the commissary departmen ;
frJ'J'-;." of the United States Sugar Cor ..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..: 1 Model A Coupe $195 !j

;: : and Mrs. Wilburn I. Lawson poiation. '
.ji ,: ; and daughter, Barbara Ann, spent After a short wedding trip Mr When, Joe Hall came home for a
.::.-...' Christmas in Okeechobee 'with and Mrs. Ward will return to short Christmas furlough he had
,\:':,:',''. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Clewiston to reside. replaced his Corporal's stripes for i I Hub Chevrolet Company j!{

.\' "o' Lawson. those of Sergeant; last week we
;,. COUSINS CELEBRATE WITH called him a corporal, and we now ; >
,>:';' Mrs. C. L. McLendon and son, JOINT BIRTHDAY PARTY make apologies. Joe's promotion :: im\ : IIIIIIIIIIIII! i i
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iy'.' 11 Lamar, were spent Monday and is well-deserved and he's now back *
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Tu-esday in West Palm Beach with Carline Beiner' and her cousin, at his Camp Funston job of mak : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :::":":":":":":":':":':":"':":":": :":":": :':":':"':':";";"H

Mrs. McLendon's mother, Mrs. T Jo Ann Crouch, celebrated thei ing rookies: into soldiers. His furlough .
\t/. ::::.. :....' P. Forbes. birthdays. with a joint party at their was short and much of it .:..:..:..:..: :..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:N:..:.1:.:N1N N:N:N:NN:..:N:11 N:N N:1:1:.:H N N 1:.:N:N:N:N:11NN:HN11:N:.

.; -- home Tuesday afternoon. Jo Ann' had to be spent travelling. But it

:tL: :<. Lou Place, who for the past year birthday was December 27th and was a happy furlough, for he spent =i CLEWISTON 2 j
-..;-, :' has been one of the flight instructors Carline's December 31st. Christmas with the folks and tookhis
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," at Riddle Field has gone to The guests enjoyed a suppers of wife ,back to Kansas with him,

..........' .. Evansville, Indiana, where he ha hamburgers, cookies and fruit Stopping off in Henderson, Ken -
',,:i : become a test pilot for an aircraftmanufacturer. juices and later attended the' tucky, for a visit of several hours COLFCOURSE
;,' '; movies. "- with his family \ there. y

I Guests were Shirley Owen, Grace
;>' .::t." Sergeant and Mrs Joe M. Hal Ward, Harriet and Carol Alston,I Carl Hansen was down from =!: -Public Invited
; ,.;,:': left Christmas night for Kansas,I Charles and Rachel Miner, Shirley Camp Lee, Virginia, to spend the .
> where Sgt. Hall is stationed at holidays with home folks here. We q
,:i < Krueger, Pat Bailey and Bob
': ', .',- /Camp Tunston. Mrs. Hall will remain -I Berner. understand his corporal's stripe y
>": -;':' in Manhattan, the neatest have been changed to a Second ;.s. II:::........ ..

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Two days after Christmas Bud :
"-t. Miss Margaret Morgan of West ,
The I. D. Leydig home was the Vaughn left Virginia for a holiday .
Palm Beach visited this week with t scene of Open House ChristmasDay furlough home. It was his first

her sister, Miss Frances Morgan. and scores called during the visit home, and we must say he fter welcoming the
; The girls spent Christmas with afternoon and .
evening. All cadetsat becomes his} uniform. The Army y
.. their parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Riddle Field were 'invited to attend really does things for our boys, and
/ Morgan in Moore Haven. j '.N.N;";.; ) New Year i
,. and other friends of the fan they all look as though the life i is s. in proper
ily dropped in for a portion of the really swell. : ...
Misses Phoebe Peterson and Emily day with them.Sandwiches i

.. ,': -Spender spent Christmas weekendin cheeses, relishes, Phelix Slonaker came down from out in thee
-'-. <' i West Palm Beach with Miss cakes and tea were served. In the Fort Benning about the same time fashion get J Jj
Peterson's parents. They left last
evening a fire was made in the Bud did. Phelix is a paratrooper

,'..<.-.. .' end night there to spend also New Year's week- out-door roasted? there.fireplace Mr.and and weiners Mrs. I.were D. and the just other now is fellow engaged some in of teaching th e :;j open for some fresh air !

Leydig, Mrs. Leah Spicer, Miss tricksof the parachute trade *
tt_ ;" ,:, James Winn, U. S. Navy, of Key, Marion Leydig, Miss Bobbie Spicer, .:. :i:

t tPT'':'.;'Y t': West with, ;and her Mrs. parents Winn, who in Miami is living Miss Florence Graham and Mr. and Gene Goodbread has been sent to :: and sunshine. I. .:. '. :!:
Mrs. Sandy Bell
were hosts.
: Randolph Field, Texas as a member f. i
came Christmas
up to visit James'mother
of the class
largest of aviation
\: Mrs. A. H. King and fam- SCAVENGER HUNT IS HELD .
1 cadets in history. He has begun .'..
fly WEDNESDAY BY C. E. his nine-week course of basic flight

training at the "West Point of the ? :'
a Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Shelley, The Christian Endeavor members Air.". After completing basic f x

of Miami spent Christmas here with were given a* scavenger hunt training he will be sent to an advanced :: YEARLY MEMBERSHIP i
Mr. and Mrs. E. |::
E. Kelly. The Wednesday evening by their sponsors school and be trained either
Kellys, _Shelleys and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Robert Westmoreland and y
fighter pilot
l as a or a
; E. L. Stewart, were dinner guests Mrs. Richard Heath. The group pilot. ::' DAILY GREEN FEES |
Christmas Day of Dr. and Mrs. J. met at the ,Westmoreland home and I f

W Ezelle.:..>- '" ': ,' :",,: -::-:'. .:....-: weredivided into groups.- Each Christmas greetings r" from Mr s. ::::;..X..:..H..:..HK..:...K":"'X.<"'H"X"XFRIDAY --:":...:..:..:...:..:..:.:..:.:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:.:....:":,';";" :-


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/ r u i Recruit Certainly Was

I AjCIJtLUOLE I Considerate of HorsesThe

recruit was on night.guard

f JACKSON GREGORY in the, horse lines. At midnightthe
>l-\ffil GREGORY W.N.U.RELEASE OAithWTilE ,sergeant went round to see if
I all was well, but could see nothingof
STORY SO FAR: Old Bill Cole, Hear what the road agent says?, I gone, leaping the fallen tree, stoop- the guard. I
having been fatally shot by an unknown What's it all about?" ing and the' road. "
running on, along Released by Western Newspaper Union. "Hey, lustily shouted the sergeant -
assailant decided It would be fun to From the stage's dark interior I Then, ten steps ahead of him, "who's on guard here?"
make two and the Identical.King Cole wills,Ranch leaving to Ann Andy Jenkins answered- gravely in a Cody saw Andy Jenkins The little WHAT will happen to football in A sleepy-looking. creature crept

Lee money and Cole Cody, children of his two very quiet voice, cool and collected, man had dropped his bag and had a ? silently from behind some corn-
old cronies, Busty Lee and Buck Cody. not the least hurrying, gun in each hand and was blazing While many things still remain in sacks. ,
This done, he was silting before a blazing "Tell him, Peters, all, I've got on away with both. Then he, too, doubt, one thing is certain. College "What are you doing?" asked
fire In the living room at the Ranch me is about fourteen dollars, silver, dropped, just as Long, Peters had football will be largely under the the sergeant. -
when Rance Waldron stepped In. After and a gold watch and chain and folded up. And then at long last 'control of the war department, "Marching around," said the re
threatening Old Bill he stepped outside to some smoke tobacco. That what he Cole Cody got his glimpse of the which plans on taking over approxi- cruit.

tend his horse. When he returned Old wants? He's sure welcome." man with the deep voice, and saw mately 300 colleges and universities "What, without boots!", demanded .
both Ann
BUI was dead. Meanwhile her Aunt, Jenifer) Long Peters relayed the answer. the bulk of him, looking like a squat during the coming year. At least the sergeant. ,

Lee and (Cole accompanied Cody were by on their way to Before he had spoken the last word giant with the shadows about him. 300,000 of the 18 and 19-year-old boys "I took 'em off so I shouldn't"

the Ranch by stage. Neither knows why there was a red flash from a point The target was none too good, yet will attend those institutions for of- wake the horses."
the other is there. high up the slope and the reverberating there was a murderous devil to shootat ficer training. These youths will be

Now continue with the story. crack of a rifle,' and a bullet and Cole Cody set to work with drafted, but the cream of the crop
whizzed a yard or so above his all the grim joy in life. The bulky will be given advanced training in

head. man stood his ground a moment, fir- the air corps, artillery, signal corps CLASSIFIED
CHAPTER IV "That's just to show I mean business ing back, and Cody heard the hiss and engineers.It '

'," the voice called sharply. "Geta of bullets fanning his ears. Throughout. is the belief of most' interested DEPARTMENT
Toward midday they stopped at move on you, Jenkins! I know this he was vaguely consciousof observers that football should be giv-
Stage Stop in a bit of alpine valley what you've got and where you gotit other sounds; voices shouting be- en first place on any physical train-

where they nooned, ate at. a long and how much. Step lively." hind him, Ann's among the others; ing program. Some war department

oilcloth-covered table and changed Cole Cody said softly to Long Peters -: the, quick beat of a horse's hoofs, officials, while realizing the value of MISCELLANEOUSCOFFEE

horses. "There are anyhow two of pounding up small, thunder. Therein the sport as a conditioner, want
Then piling back into the stage them. That shot came from higherup swift flight went the other man, schools 'under war department supervision Tastes.'smells DRINKERS, looks like coffeehealthfuland : TRY THIS
and with a crack of Long Peters'whip ; not from the man talking to us." the one who had fired the first shot to play only an intramuraJ inexpensive. Sample lOe. Formula $1.
they were again on their way. The driver nodded.,"I wish I could., from behind a pine tree. But Cody's program. ED HARRIS, Box 428 Los Angeles, Calif.

On the high seat, rolling his ciga- get a sight of him-" present duty lay straight in front,

rette, Cole Cody looked well pleased Jenkins scrambled down, out of and he sent bullet after questing Competition_ RAZOR BLADES

with the world. He had handed the the coach. bullet, striving to beat 'down the Such a course likely would prove

two ladies up into the coach. "There's nothing much we can do, black bulk before him. He heard unwise. Any sport, to be successful, KENT BLADES Sfnfi/o The or Outstanding Double Edgy

They swirled away through Fiddler's is there? If we didn't have these also the heavy booming voice yell- demands outside competition. Serv- Blade Value

High Pass, curved hazardously ladies along-" ing at his companion, "Hey you! ice teams have fully as much pride'
along the steep sides of Indian There was the sound of his light I What the-" Cody steadied and in their outfits as do college teams.

Mountain, made a descent with tread, then they saw him passingon fired again, and this time heard a Servicemen can't be expected to get

brakes squealing into Long Valley, beyond the horses, climbing over cry stricken out of his man, and exulted much kick out of beating themselves

and then began climbing again, andso the log, stepping along briskly with ; he had put at least one shot -th y'd sooner tackle a fairly close

the bright afternoon slid away and home! Then in the general blur he neighbor. Long distance schedulesare

shadows began running out across lost sight of his quarry and ,heard out, of course, but there are

their way and, from the gloom of his running boots crashing throughthe enough training camps within almost -

Dark Canyon, they saw a star. brush, and an instant later heard any given area to provide' plen- A monotone color scheme gives J,

But it was daylight again when the pounding of a second horse's ty of stiff competition. a'room both personality and an

they crested the next rocky ridge, t/ flying hoofs. He emptied his guns Bernie ,Bierman, former Minne- air of serenity. .

and Long Peters, flinging cut his into the dark, sending after them a sota coach and now mentor of the .

whip and sending his horses along yell of angry mockery. No further Iowa Seahawks, one Don't iron turkish towels or the i
with a rush where there was a shots came back. The wild staccatoof of the nation's top nap will be flattened and much of I

stretch of downhill slope, said to running hoofbeats- died swiftly ( service teams, has the absorbent. quality lost.
Cody, away and for an instant the starry >,( 1 long' been known as ,

"Look sharp, way down there and : \\1' night was filled with the hush of the yh> the silent man of Heavy brown paper may be usedas

straight ahead, and maybe you'llsee vast wilderness silence. the gridiron. But he a pressing cloth. Sprinkle with

the sun flash on windows in Bald 1 ry Then there was another sound; s., loses his reticency water and iron until dry. ....
Eagle. It's only twenty mile from light running footsteps coming up .j): X. : when the subject of *

here. And inside the hour, whenwe w behind him, and Ann Lee was clutch ., :: .football and phys- If shredded cocoanut becomestoo

start down the Georgia Road ing his arm."You're ical fitness 'arises. dry to use, soak it in milk fora

you'll see it again, only it'll be all right?" Usually we refrain few minutes. Then drain and

lamps by then. Hold your hair on, "Run back to the stage, Ann! from quoting any use.

young feller!" We're not sure yet; there may be Bernie sports figure at a

Once Cody thought that he did seea more of them" Bierman great lengththeirwords
= flash of light on twenty mile distant l'i seldom are GET
Head down he
was busy fingering
of wisdom. But Bierman'sremarks
windows, but it was merely a cartridges up out of his belt, shov pearls AFTER
wink and a glint and he might have ing them in hot haste into his two before a recent AAU luncb a Medlelna that will Prove Itself
fancied it. The sun was almost eon are worthy of repetition. If you suffer from rheumatic pain ...,
guns. He stood a moment, strain- .
07 muscular buy today
down; it 'was hidden by a pine- "Never before in our history has
ing his ears against the silence. for real pain-relieving help. 60c, $1.
studded shoulder of the mountainsas the value of fitness been
There was not a sound that did not physical C-2223 at druggists. -Caution: Use
they rocketed down into another him brought home so emphatically' as it only as directed. First bottle pur
come from behind from the
steep-sided little valley. I stage, its occupants and nervous has by this war. There may be chase price refunded if not satisfied.

Then all of a sudden and without horses. It would seem that the par- some slight disagreement over the

warning, startling him out of a rev- J ty was over. He was sure that one methods to be used in achieving fitness Art and Power

erie fit for the hour, the stage driver -4r of the bandits was wounded; possi- but the objective is the same. Art and power will go on as they

cursed explosively and jammed on bly the other, too? He walked to "The great majority of our boys have done-will make day out-of

his brakes and leaned back againsthis where the little man, Andy Jenkins., haven't had a real body built into night, time out of space, and space
reins until he pulled his horses had fallen. them. Our, college, high school and out of time.: -Emerson.
back their haunches bunched amateur athletic have
on Jenkins was sitting up, one handa programs
and struggling, with the front wheels prop on the ground, the other done a great job in the past, but

against the'wheeler's rumps. 'Quick pressed against his side. By the they didn't reach far enough nor Superficial orExternally

cries of alarm burst from thecoach's time Cole Cody stooped over him, boys enough. LA 57113
'-' Caused ..J
interior. Cody stared won-
the girLwas with him.
Long Peters' carbine cracked and AllInclusive"Our -
deringly at what he could see of thedriver's .RELIEVE the stinging itch-allay ,
fire and hot lead. "Hurt bad Jenkins? asked Cody.
spat ,
irritation and thus
face."There's plan is to make athletics at- quicken healing
a tree across the road," something in his hand; carpet-bag, "Yep, hurts plenty. And I'm bleed- tractive and also to put some com- Begin to use soothing Resinol today.RES'H .
blood. I'm
in' buckets of all right '
muttered Long Peters. no dpubt. pulsion into them. That's the only
though; lend me a hand to stop the N{@!
"Now, that's funny-" The little man's figure began to bleedin'." way to reach every one.

A voice a deep rumbling roughly blur in the darkness as he kept alongin "At school Iowa
Cody stooped and picked the lit- our Preflight' ( )
unpleasant voice called, the road and when they glanced tle man up, cradling him gently in we get a group of boys who are a Happiness Within
"Take it driver. It's hold- swiftly after him it took a momentor cross-section of American
easy, a his arms. youth. From our own shelves our joys
two to find him.
up. "Get his carpet-bag and his guns," They are slightly above the average must flow.-Nathaniel Cotton.
It was hard to make out where The horses, beyond tossing their he told the girl. "Then run ahead intelligence and physically O. K., but

the voice came from. On one side heads and stamping with an occa- and get a lantern lit." otherwise they're like the boys oJ.

of the road was a steep slope pitch- sional snort, were quiet enough. their age you meet every day. Ath- Use at first m
It was the slight and delicate look ,
From within the coach came voices
ing brokenly down into the dark letics doesn't have bearing on
any sign of a .A
Miss Jenifer Edwards who
ing was
depths of a ravine whence rose the again. Aunt Jenifer was getting a boy's admission to the flying V tJJ
rush and swirl of a hidden stream; down; she wanted to see whateverwas the greatest help.from then on. Aft- schools. In their course at the Pre, 666,
on the other side was the rising flankof to be seen. Her niece startedto er Cody had lifted the little man flight school they have 'to take 10' TABLETS
into the stage and Ann had broughtthe 666 SALVE
the mountain, made a secret place follow and Aunt Jenifer com- to 20 lessons in nine different sports.So NOSE DROPS...
manded her to stay where she lantern, Aunt Jenifer, with her COUGH DROP .
with its timber and with clumps and was. far we haven't found a single boy :>
thickets of manzanita and chaparraland Ann Lee paid her not the slightest skirts tucked up really scandalously who wasn't able to carry 'the phys- Try "Rub-My-Tism"-a Wonderful Liniment
mountain laurel. So it was clear attention; and in another momentwas high to be quite out of the way, ical load.
and her. poke bonnet tossed aside I
in the road with her aunt. '
enough that the highwayman was Cole Cody started to climb down. and her sleeves rolled up on her "Our courses have eliminated the HOUSEWIVES: i
somewhere on the upper side, but lighter sports. What we have .
slim white arms-and the \
the bull-throated voice roared cornersof
there were a hundred shadowy spots Again her mouth tucked in-set to work chosen develops stamina in the boy Your Waste. Kitchen Fats' '
there to harbor him. out, and the ability to handle himself in <
"Stay where you are! Up on the methodically and yet swiftly, and Are Needed for ExplosivesTURN
"If I could only get a glimpse of withal. personal contact. Swimming is a
All of skilfully
that-!" Cody heard him mutteringto seat Long there Peters'! carbine you, cracked or- and "He'll be all right," she said calm- must, because any flier may come 'EM IN!, *
himself, his voice hushed with down in the open sea. Rough-and- I
spat fire and hot lead, and cracked ly as she cleared the way for action
yearning tumble scrapping is another be-
and the third time: He had and examined and cleansed the WNU-7 52 42
", again -
"You heard me! the voice called cause it gives the boys a better opportunity i
spotted the other man, the one who wound. (The paunchy man, Bert
to' make their backto
had stood behind the pine, who now Nevers, had a bottle of whisky which way
"Yes, I heard you!" Long Peters both their own lines if forced down in
moved slightly but enough to come was used copiously externally KidneysiMustFor
called back, moving his body a littleto enemy territory.
"Get the
within range of those shadowpiercing and internally.) driver. in
one side and the other I
craning eyes of the irate stage driver., here." Required Sport
his neck, praying for that longedfor
with foot the Long Peters brought himself in
Cody, one on wheel, ,
glimpse. "You must be According to Bierman 65 cent
crazy.ThIS per You To Feel Well
whirled; for a moment he couldn'tsee cursing savagely every' step and
is the Bald Eagle stage, hom- of the boys who come to the Pre 24 hours day 7 days -every
not the sounding hale and hearty in the every
bre, and there's no strong box on it. anything, even little flight school haven't played football, week never stopping, the kidneys filter ,J
He had been shot
man with the carpet-bag. process. throughthe waste matter from the blood.
You ought to know that but 100 cent wanted to.
much. per They If more people were aware of how the J
that what
Long Peters' shot drew quick gun arm; was made
an- ''
"I'm I were granted their wish. Football kidneys must constantly remove sur- !
not after
any strong box. Do swering fire from two quarters. him mad! plus fluid, excess acids and other waste '
what I tell you and nobody won't is one of the required sports. About matt that cannot stay in the blood ;
and Bert Nevers
the of flame using their
Cody saw spits but even Cody 500 boys are divided into platoon without injury to health, there wouldbe
get hurt., You've got a passenger I yet couldn't see a fair target. He hands and the stage ax, cleared better understanding of why the '1 ,
want to talk to. Tell him to squads who finish their course withan whole system is upset when kidneys failto \
step the tree the wounded
heard the heavy thud of a bullet in away ; men function properly.Burning .
actual In connection with ;
along and I won't even hurt him. flesh, and Long Peters gave issueto were stowed inside; Cody climbedto game. ,scanty or too frequent urination \
But he'd better bring with him whathe's this, Bierman added: sometimes warns that something e
a sound halfway between a the high seat and gathered up the Js wrong. You may suffer nagging backache
carrying, or I'll cut his damn choked squeal and a grunt and reins-and when he called out, "All "It's amazing how quickly'they develop headaches, dizziness, rheumatic A
ears off. It's Andy Jenkins. Get a dropped his weapon-it clanged aboard?" he saw someone climbingup not only a liking for the sport pains Why, getting not try up Doant at nights PIUS, swelling.? You will

move "on and you can, get goin' against iron, falling-as he foldedup over the wheel to sit with him. but the desire to win. We had one be using a medicine Doan't stimulate recommended the function the- '
again. country over.
on the seat. The frightened The paunchy man, of course. Only group final which wound up in a of the kidneys and help them to
"Andy Jenkins?" said Cole Cody horses began again to rear and it wasn't Bert Nevers or anyone in 0-0 tie. The boys were scheduled to flush out poisonous contain nothing waste from harmful.the

under his breath. "Who's Andy Jen-' plunge. 'the least resembling him in any respect do a 17-mile hike in 3% hours the blood.Get Doan't They today Uso with confidence.

kins?" Cody leaped down, careened into whatever! next morning, but that night they At all drug

"That little scraggy, bucktoothedfeller. the paunchy man, said curtly, "Grab Cole Cody threw out his whip in went to their commander and asked
I don't know anything about the horses' heads or they'll be hell a long hissing flourish, bringing it up if it would be O. K.with him if they stores.'i

him." He turned slightly to call back to pay!" He broke into a run, following with a snap like a pistol shot. got up early enough to play the

over his, shoulder. "You. Jenkins? the way Andy Jenkins had (TO BE CONTINUED game over before their hike."

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E foiz 600Ds 1. In the navy, which hours of "Iliad," was mortally wounded io
Hatch are called the dog watch? what part of the body? '

?;. '-r-, PEEVE 2. What state has the most pop-
ilous capital city? The Answers
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3. Who was' the only woman 1. Four to six p. m.
ever to receive two Nobel prizes? 2. Massachusetts (Boston)'.

4. Where is the body of John 3. Marie Curie (one in chemist

Paul Jones buried? try and one in physics). -

s M 5. What is the-largest state eastf 4. Naval academy, Annapolis.

it the Mississippi river? 5. Georgia.
"I 6. Who gave the Pacific ocean 6. Magellan.

4- lts name? 7. A hedonist.

'' T. A pleasure-seeking person is- 8. The heel, supposedly the only

sometimes called what? vulnerable spot on his body.

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4- D and eight' of tying twine will doan
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NOTE: If you have springs to repair
be sure to clip and save this article as
} it is not in any of the homemaking booklets .
which Mrs. Spears has prepared for
our readers. Booklets are numbered from
:: \ one to eight and No. 5 and 6 contain direc
t i .', 4 tions for remodeling old rockers and other

;, ,',: BOTTOM OF HEAVY HEMP out-of.date chairs. Copies are 10 cents
:t ; SPRINGS SEWN TWINE TIES TOPS each postpaid. Order direct from

Bedford Hills New York
Drawer 10
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Enclose 10 cents for each book de
SPRINGS in need of repair should sired.

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stretched across the bottom of the
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chair seat. The springs are then
replaced and the bottoms sewn to

THE I FIRST the webbing.
Next comes the tying. Cut a
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HAVE "'' < : it to the back of the seat frame.

BEEN TOUGH n \ Using the knot sketched, tie to PLETROFor

-t>t> GUY5 11A ; the back and then the front of-the

( b first spring. Continue across the
10I row, finishing in the front, as colds'coughs,nasal congestion,muscle
i aches Penetro modern medication in
get a
shown. In the best furniture
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,:, Venezuela to 'do ,something
: about it. In that South American

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YES Too Dull for Him

THE/ KNITTED THEIRUMPERS On reaching the, age of 16 Henry -C Q

/left school and 'started work in an SNAPPY FACTS
,:r. I attorney's office. ,
/ I IJ At the end of his first day his ABOUT
) l father asked-him:.

"Well, my boy and how do you RUBBERWhy

I ) ,. fr like your job?"
3 : \ Q "Don't think much of, it," -replied -

,";:. ., I By rA the youngster disdainfully."Too .
,: :.-" .. J. Millar dull and dry. I'm sorry I

learned it." 'wheel alignment Is a "must"
;/.;:, Watt ,,\ J COHDID rubber conservation. When a wheel is
: only 34 inch out of alignment the car
Too Much Strain 87 feetIn
Is being dragged sideways
':.:: -, Their home leave happened to fall every mile. That's tire scuffing at
:1 : :
'".'" I'I'I I I ,. together, so they were having a good Its worst.
.'. WNU l : ; ; ,....I talk., Transportation In private auto-
mobiles in 1941 totaled 501 billion -
,.. "But weren't you engaged last time we passenger miles, comparedwith
met?" asked one. "What happened?,Did about 293$ billion In railroads -
break off?" ,about 27%billion In electric
you railways, 25J$ billion In buses
I GET A KICK OUT OF THIS YOU GET "No, not exactly. and 1,370,000 passenger miles
"Then she did?" on domestic airlines. Big num-
.:. S WALK DOWM EVERY A.M. STUCK ON "No, she didn't." bers, all, but they show motor
) I'M ALWAYS GLAD TO CHEWING GUM4', "Well then transportation to be six times
"" greater than all other forms
';'I.o 0 SEE THE PRETTY WOMEN! "You see, she told me what her combined.It .
.. BLESS THEIR HEARTS clothes cost and I told her chat my has been estimated that tho
,). ,"- M .,;'\.'" ,, WHAT WOULD % pay was Then our engagement saggedin United States military service will
!1.,, ;'<.. WE DOwl the middle and gently dissolved." require 325,000long tons of crude
:, .'r.... HOUT rubber in 1943.Overloading .
." E I
'i- ,:.- EM: ,That's Luck a truck tire 10 per cent
w co will cause a decrease of 18 per cent In
:,:. B o :- Bill-Do you believe a rabbit's the mileage;SO per cent overload cuts
';')" loot is lucky? mileage 60 per cent.
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'J O John-You, bet I do. My wife
't>;:'.:. s : felt one while looking in my pocket V.ccra.:
: D II'' i ''ICIS and thought it was a mouse.
lt t' :
(.>..1",..'; ,: .... : Y : : NicHOrs There are three Chinese girls,

'J:' all unmarried.
: :'' 'S Tu-Yung-Tu, Tu-Dumb-Tu and No-
-:.. ": 1 I NOWOM u Just Conversation"Is
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: SANICHOLS The Housewife

\ti," WNU Features. -a II litCOLLECTOR'S II .

.' "'- I IIResearch Professor of Economy"SHE'S

; not a Ph.D. or an LL.D. She hasn't a diploma or a cap and gown.
Her research is not done in the laboratory or the library. As a matterof
; -Into the cozy cottage of the dear husbands and wives
says made in the street in the subway,
\ old fact, her findings are usually, car
lady came two billeted soldiers. can't agree-to disagree? in the suburban commuter's train.

She greeted them with a friendly Wifey-I dreamed last night that She reads the advertisements in this paper with care and consideration. -
'' smile, showed them to their room, r you were the most generous man They form her research data. By means of them she makes her
',_ '. watched them dump their belongings in the world and had given me a* purchases so that she well deserves the title of "Research Professor of
-tin helmets, gas respirators, $100 bill to buy some new dresses. Economy." She discovers item after item, as the years roll on, combin-

packs, kitbags, and so on. Surely, wouldn't do anything to ing high quality with low.
you It is clear to you at once that you. and all who make and keepa
" Then a worried look came into "Riggs is the slowest in alter that opinion?
0',' pay, home. have the same opportunity. With the helf'of newspaper
her faded eyes as she asked: town." Hubby-Certainly not; just to show advertising you, too, can graduate from the

"Young men, are you sure you "Is he?" you I am as generous as you buying into the faculty of fastidious purchases! .
came by all those things hon- "Yep. If he owed a man an apol- dreamed I'm going to let you keep
estly?" ogy he'd pay it by installments." that hundred. I



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Star Scout rating and Stanley: for manufacture,' he pointed out. I) September: A, D. 1D32! has filed same
Sea Scouts Now On in office and has made
my application -
DAUGHERTY NOW our Wright for a merit badge in path- I "Reduced buying of canned produce for a tax deed to be issued
finding. doesn't mean reducing food thereon. Said certificate embracesthe
Trip To OkeechobeeFort following described in
property _
Also in attendance at the dinner consumption. Housewives bal-
the County of Hendry, State of Florida -
ON PAROLE AFTER was a patrol of Sea :Scouts from I ance their family diets by serving to-wit:
Govt. Lot 4, Section 4, Township -'
Clewiston with their leader, E. E. .more fresh produce, and our records
Myers Sea Scouts cleared 43 S., Uange 29 E
recently from a war bond Gross. They were all in uniform!I show that many families' are al- The assessment of the said property

SERVING TWO YEARSThe {-I contest$80.00 and with this' money are of that organization' which is for 'ready doing this. American farm-I I' in under the the name said of certificate E. H Coachman Issued was

I II making a three ship training older Boy Scouts., A i ers last year moved 142,372 carloads -. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
according to law, the prop-
cruise on Lake Okeechobee.: They 'I of fresh fruitsand' vegetables erty described therein will be sold to
following report on the casebf left Fort Myers December 29. I With Our Boys- to consumers through the the highest bidder at the court house
I door on ,,the first Monday in the
formerHendry Atlantic
Frank A. Dougherty, I Commission Company, 10
Some dozen Sea Scouts are on month of February, 1943 which' is
County tax collector, was the training cruise in the Scout I '- 'I( per cent more than in '1940 and an the 1st day of February, 1943. .
(Continued from Page 5) this 31st day of December,
Yeleased to the Fort Myers News-I ships South Seas and Little Dipper all-time high record, and present 19P2ted

-Press by Francis R. Bridges Jr., and L. C. Conant's sloop. Mr. in California, is now Lieutenant' indications are that they will moveas (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL.

chairman of the Florida Parole I. Conant, Dan Lessey and Scott Congdon', having received his com? much or more this year" ," French- Clerk Hendry of County Circuit, Court Florida.of

Commission,' and published inthe Hough are the ship's officers. The mission December 19th at Camp said. : : : ;. No. 101-Jnn.-. 1, 8.. 15. 22. I I

edition. Mr. Dougherty includes sailing races on the Barkeley.. Texas at the Medical _________ ,O _
Sunday I cruise -4 --- --
has just been released on parole lake and instructions in sailing and I Replacement Training Center. He

after serving two years.'of 'a three I signaling. 'is in the Medical AdministrativeCorps. J" NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR _
James a corporal be- NOTICE TAX I>KKIJ .
conviction'1: \of embezzlement '
year term on : Senate Rill No. 163)
while he. was tax collector -' fore c itertng'the training school. '. -
j Good AttendanceContinued TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I
of Hendry County
Please take notice that on Tuesday -i Ray C: Hull, holder of Tax Certificates -
"Frank A. Daugherty, ''who was, Many Clewiston people remem- January 12th 1943. at 10 o'- No. 159 to 169 incl. of 1927

the tax collector in Hendry,. County, ( from Page 1)) ber very fondly Dr. and Mrs. D. J. a clock petition A*. 1the to the undersigned Honorable will Geo. 'file W. 1933 190-191, 86 of of 1928 1926 85-8S has of filed 1932 same 57 of In:

in 1939, was checked upshort be- I Williams, he being a pastor of the Whitehurst Judge of the Circuit my office and has made ,application -
$7,000'and SO.OQOvAHe" ( : was I forage for food and assist the too Community Church for several Court of Hendry County, Florida at for a taX' deed to be issued,
tween I few doctors in ministering to those his office in the City of Fort Myers thereon. -
found guilty on one clLarge.lnvoly, : years. Their only son, "Bob, wasa Florida or wherever he may then Said certificates embrace the _fol-
ing $969.38 ,and wa's sentenced by I wounded by strafing. from German Captain in the Marine Corps and be in the Twelfth Judicial Circuit of lowing described property in the .
planes.. Florida for an order authorizing the County of Hendry, State of Florida,
Judge Whitehurst to -3 ,years in stationed in Washington as a :undersigned to adopt, Nona Louise to-wit: -
, prison. An appeal to the supreme Back in England he told of the White House aide at the time his Mims, a minor child of the age of Lots 12 to IB, 21 to 29, 33 to
dark days which followed the fall twelve years and to change the name 3C. Block 40 Questend: Gov. Lot
court: was lost and this man, now parents were here.Ve have news of said' minor to Nona Louise Wil 2. Sec. 5, Twp. 43 S., Rge. 29 E.
and the heroic fight
'48 of age, began his prison of France put that he isnow in the Solomons liams. The assessment of the said prop
RAF the superior erty under the said certificates'' issued
up by the against HARVEY C. WILLIAMS
19 1941. where fighting is the ; has
'sentence on Jan. EDNA ALICE WILLI AMS. was in the name of Unknown. "
policy 'of seeing German air force which saved Eng- been seriously wounded, but en- Dec, 11, 18, 25. 1012! Jan. 1. 1943. Unless! said certificates shall be redeemed ,
with its
"In line land from invasion. During these according to law the prop-
back in action
'every individual in the prison sys- } attacks the Boy tirely recovered and erty described therein will be sold
interviewedby great bombing with his'unit.. He has had pro- to the highest bidder at the court
tem: Daugherty was Scouts worked tirelessly as mess- house door on the first Monday in
a member of this commission on firefighters air wardens, motions, but we do not know his JVOTICK OF APPLICATION" FOIL the month of February. 1943, which
engers, present title. TAX DIII) is the 1st day of February. 1943.
March 9, 1942. Sometime later, first aid workers and in countless (Semite Hill 1\0. 18:1): Dated this 31st day of December

Daugherty was taken seriously ill other capacities and as one example 1942. '
and 'was transferred from the state told of a Scout who had been handed James Wynn, whose whereabouts NOTICE IS HEUEDY' GIVEN, ThatC. Clerk: of Circuit Court of I
farm neat Belle Glade back. to the were unknown to his family here .. L. Couch' holder of Tax Certifi Ilendry County, Florida.
a message for delivery duringa cate No. IS, issued the 5th day ol No. 102-Jan. 1, 8.. 15. 22.
state prison 'at Raiford. The treat- severe bombing. The messagewas for several weeks, is safe in North- .
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ment in the hospital there was delivered safely but on' his return west Africa, according to a let-

successful to such an extent that to his base he stopped to extinguish ter received from him by his mo- .' 1 __ _

the medical 'officer was able to per- an incendiary bomb and a ther during the holidays.' It was '.

form a gall bladder operation and little further' on rescued a child the first letter in 3% months, and
At the naturally made '' bright spoton .Help America's Air Force ----------=
the 'man recovered nicely. from the debris of her bombed a 'very 1

time of his illness in the Belle home. Before reaching his base he the holiday' calendar; at the 'Victory-Buy War Bonds

Glade hospital, Daugherty's friends his Wynn house. Now they are' only
was mortally wounded and .yra!WK? .fXjVAX'///:::::....
were of the opinion that he'was Scoutmaster came to the hospital anxious for news of his brother, K-'i Boeing B17.. in Flight
literally at death's door. We were Jack. It has been several weeks
where he lay dying. ,Looking up
deluged with requests for his release into the Scoutmaster's face the boy since they've heard from him, too. '

at that time, but the com- '
said: "Scout Blank reporting, sir. I
mission was of the opinion that it The message was delivered." And Ray Bass, who is still located -

would not be for the best interestof The speaker ,said that ,he did not at Camp Davis, North Caro- "

societyor the individual for believe that American Scouts lina, has been promoted to Tech- z*

him to be parolled.'I would ever have to face such terror nical Sergeant. p

"Following- the successful opera as falling bombs but said that

tion, the commission was confronted he believed that should it ever hap-
County Can Save Steel
with the fact that Daugherty
pen they would conduct themselvesin

under the Florida gain time statute, the same heroic manner. He
For Machine Guns
507 T
would be released from prison in paid tribute to their many'activi- PHOTOGRAPH % S

May of 1943' with no strings .attached ties in behalf of the war effort and U. S.ARMY -
to'his reentering civilian AIR CORPS r Y i. : :
urged the continuance of these
Hendry County housewives can
life. It for that that
was reason efforts.
save enough steel for 507 machine
the commission Dec. 20 BIG AND POWERFUL !
on per- Mr. Owen then reported that guns simply by replacing one can

mitted him to leave prison on Scout Executive Fred L. Treat of of fruits or vegetables a week dur-

supervision parole, and of he this will commission be under the Bradenton had not been \able to ing the next year with fresh or Your savings account can be big and

un- attend the because of ill-
meeting home-packed produce, a leading food
til Jan. 1, 1945, with the com- ness which prevented the holding of "This substitution, urged by: the powerful too thru small
mission ,
having the legal authorityto
a Court of Honor but he named War Production Board, will not

return him to prison without, those who had become eligible for only save steel, but also conserve regular savings. $1 l or more e
trial should there be a ,violationby ;'
advancements at the- Court of Re-' food by using extra supplies of

the him of any of the provisionsof view in the afternoon. These included fresh produce made available by opens your savings account

parole. Roy Donald Lundy, Ken- increased production, canning restrictions -

"I have written at some length neth Farnam and Jimmy; Don Wil- and reduced storage facilities -

concerning this individual so that son of the Moore Haven troop who ," according to' Earl R.
might have full Start The New Year }
.you the facts about
had passed their final merit badge French, marketing director of A. Right

the case. For your information, examinations for the Eagle Scout & p's produce-buying affiliate, the ,

Hendry County has been'paid $1,000by award, the highest rank in Scout- Atlantic Commission Company. -.I.
one of the surety companies in-
ing. Due to an error their appli- A number two "tin" can averages

volved but, according to our in- cation for badges had not been sentto .235 pounds of steel plus a small r } II
formation, the other surety company I
Washington so they will not re- amount of tin, and a single familycan I
has contested its liability in :.
ceive their awards until the next
save 12.2 pounds of steel in a yp 6S
connection with a balance of $7575.77. ,-
district meeting. It is planned year by the can-a-week reduction, 0Il
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that this meeting be held in Moore French said. Thus Hendry County's
t t : .. ,
Haven in order that local people 1,455 families can save 17,751

If you are not buying War Bonds may attend the very inspirational pounds of steel enough to make J;

and Stamps you should start. this ceremony. The court also approved 507 thirty-calibre machine guns, iI

very moment. Frank Conkling of Clewiston for a each requiring 35 pounds of steel -'- -. !:f.:. ;.r7 .


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