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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 22, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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1 1'I THE .CLEWISTON 1 I





CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY_ 1943_ SUnSCRlPTIOX-$2.00 PER YEARPRESIDENT'S
VOLUME 14--NUMBER 9
I


I! : BALL IS! Course In House TWO CADETS ARE Savings & Loan Ass'n LARGE NUMBER OF

Declares 3% DividendAt
Is OfferedM.
Wiring

PLANNED AT SCHOOL! KILLED IN :CRASH COLORED SELECTEES


> H. Sharpe, vocational agri- the regular stockhold'er'smeeting

HERE ON FEBRUARY 61 culture teacher in the local school, NEAR OKEECHOBEE of the Clewiston Federal LEFT FOR BLANDING

new _
stated this week that under a Savings and Loan Association on

war production program a certain last week dividend
Wednesday of a
number of courses can be offered, Two Royal Air Force cadets from A large group of colored men
Elbert L. Stewart, appointed as kill- was declared 'at the rate of three
anda Course 11, were
one of which is house wiring, Riddle Field, I left Clewiston this. morning by bus
JHendry County chairman for the class in this is expected to startin ed Tuesday in the crash of their : per cent per annum on all stock l li '
Birthday for Blanding to fill the Hen-
President's Camp
'observance of the a couple of weeks: if ther-e is advanced training plane several i shares payable at ''once. I Ii'
; County quota for January- The
31 and the raising dry
on January enough demand for the course. miles northeast of Okeechobee City. Dividends on investment. share! '
of funds for carrying on the fight t). A. Claudil- call, was for thirty-one but only
The course, is offered free to men They were listed/ as :f accounts are being paid in cash
against infantile paralysis, has ap-I" h. R. Clay, both of whom ) twe ty-nine' were available. Sev-
or women eighteen years or over lon and G. and those on savings share accounts
pointed A. E. Oliver to head a eral ,of these had been transferred
'.', their spare time, is financed by the resided near London. 1\\ are accrued and credited to the
'
Ball but the of these taken
'committee for a President's places were
government and requires 120hours The cadets were on ,a routine members' accounts. The total dividend -I by'
6. transfers here from other
which will be held on February
"
instruction over a period of eightweeks. cross-country training flight of considerable was about $850.
)lr. Oliver points out that this is boards. The list was as follows:
A competent instructorwill which made the '
length \ Directors of the association determined -
'_, to be a community affair in every be hired to teach the class. I I task of searching for the missing that-due to the present, Nathaniel Allen, transfer to A1>be-
and will be held at the ville Ala. Fred Louis Clew-
respect ; Baity,
completion of the course, suc- difficult l>ne. A number
:- :, Upon plane a very I cash that large investments -
no
aid of the ,
auditorium. The Jesen-e
school iston Isiah :Marshall Clewiston
.
; ;
: certificates will be givenas put the ....
cessfully of planes were on of from $l,OOO to $5,000
Club
Kiwanis
American Legion, the ; William Owens, transfer from Ath-
electrician helper and placementfor search as soon as, the plane was re would be taken but they will still I
won1en's clubs is being en-
and the ens, Ga.; -.Henry Mitchell transferto
; jobs' will be made through the ported missing and continued the and smaller savings -
listed to work up interest in the ball take encourage, Savannah, Ga.; Lee Norris Starke,
.. U. S. Employment Service., search for two days but it was accounts. .
share "
..'. =, ;" and make it a great success. in transfer to Tampa; Leroy Hogan,
There should be at least ten the same course,
from
cadet '
<;(.. ; It is planned, Mr. Oliver said, to the class to start and Mr. Sharpe I I, another flying the same cross-country At an election held on Wednesday transfer to Fort :Myers; Lonnie
make the affair a barn dance instead afternoon of this week: W. C. Lizmore, transfer from Thomas-
asks that interested contact the wrecked plane
anyone
of a formal ball with both : flight, who saw Owen and J. M. Cquse, whose terms ville, Ga.; Arthanuel Colin Smith,
him before February 1 at the school I Thursday afternoon. i
late
dancing. In addition directors had expired, were re-
round and square as transfer from Moore Haven; Carl
to box I -
morning or a postcard ,
any
been
there will, be bingo tables Clandillon was said to have I elected. I Spann transfer from Abbeville,

: with defense stamps' as prizes nad 6488. the pilot and Clay the navigator on Ala.; Jimmy Lee Foster, transfer to

bonds, two $25 bonds the flight and cause of the ,acci- Birmingham
': three war Numbers Are Assigned Ala; Booker Thomas
and one $50 bond will be raffled Harry Kenning To dent had not been determined this Johnson, Clewiston; W. C. Wright,

off. A large wagon and horses have morning. For All Homes Here Sears, appealed; Climon Butts,

also been secured, and an old-fash- Complete First Aid Funeral services will probably _be transfer to Tampa; 'Allen Dyles,
'
ioned hay-ride will be given. held in Arcadia some time Satur- Utilities transfer to Key West; Tom Lee
Served By City I II
',' The affair is being held at the Course Here Tonite day at the RAF plot in the cemetery Dawkins; transfer to Hannah, Ala.

'':' .school within easy walking distance, there but at last reports the Eley Jesse Hall, transfer to Del-

; of most people of Clewiston becauseof 'r Considerable--interest- is being time for the service. had not been I It is announced this week at the ray Beach; William Oliver Minger,

the ban on pleasure driving I set. city offices in the City Hall that the LaBelle; Arthur Lee Kichen, La-
1 I this week in the instructor'scourse
The fact that people will have to shown This is the first time that more numbering! of all houses servicedby Belle; Samuel B. Anderson, Fort

"walk also caused the decision to in First Aid which is being than one cadet has been killed in the municipal light and water Myers; Grover Cleveland Fields,

make it a barn dance so that everyone -I taught by Harry Kenning, FieldRepresentative' the same training accident and the system has been completed and that : Clewiston; Lewis 'Hardy, Clewiston;
American Red '
would feel free to come in ,their of the number of fatalities has been, remarkably the number assigned will be typedon i Horice Hix, Clewiston;, Richard
I who have completed
those
Cross to
street clothes. few.ISELECTIVE. the current ,statements along Smith, transfer from Brooklyn N.
standard and advanced courses.
The money raised from this ball f the with the street on which the home is Y.; Arthur Williams, Belle Glade,
.- Members of, this class who com- delinquent Ernest Lee Foster and
' : and from the coin boxes which have located. ;

been circulated will be used to carry -I plete the fifteen hour course which SERVICE This numbering takes in virtually Hubert Led Starkes Clewiston;

on the fight against infantile. started Monday night and will fin- all homes within the city Brady Weaver, transfer from Birm-

paralysis. Half of the receipts will ish tonight, three hours each even- liimts of Clewisto'n.Th ingham, Ala.; Artis Gaynor, transfer

ing, will be ,certificated as, instruc from Melbourne George Robert
be used by the local chapter to take OFFICE GIVES LIST ;
metal
care of any case' or cases in this tors. As several members of, the city will not, furnish Cockfield, transfer to ,Bartow and
-" : to class are from the school faculty it numerals for the homes but those Thomas Hudson Harvey Smith, Joe
, county ,and the other halt will go
}:" :',, the' National Foundation. I will permit standard courses to be OF DELINQUENTSSelective ,who wish can purchase these nu- Henry McCoy and John Lawsonall

,Jr', taught in the school, and there will merals and 'put up their own house of whom appealed classification.
\ in the number any time they wish to do
be little reason why anyone

;.' Concern Felt: for Safety. area should fail to receive the trainink Service Local Board so ,and it is hoped that all houses Kiwanis Club ,HasBirthday

f which is required in many will have uP' their number before
.. Williams ] No. 1 of Hendry ,County calls attention "* /
s .- ; Of..Capt..Q-Paut phases of Cjyll; !.-,Defense work. list ,too long. ;' -l :, ...- ,MeetingThe
to the of' iegfstrants1who have -
Mr; Kenning, whose territory These numbers been assigned -

Considerable- the I covers Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, have lost, contact with their I only after several weeks of -
anxiety over
safety of Captain Paul I. Williams,' Georgia and Florida, said that interest local board and, therefore, have been intensive 'work by' the city hall force local Kiwanis' Club at its
aid had been their delinquent list. and all have been painstakingly
in first training placed on
husband of
Wednesday
of Norman, Oklahoma, meeting at the Inn
greatly accelerated by the war., The Any: registrant who voluntarily checked to see that none are in
of Clewiston '
the former Lois Knight -
celebrated the twenty-
to this board during the error. Verification of the number evening
': has been felt here this weekas Red Cross was twenty-two years reports
;
the result of dispatch certificating the first million in month of January, 1943, shall be appearing on the month's statementmay eighth birthday of Kiwanis International -
a' news
which appeared in Tuesday's daily first aid, -four years for the second allowed to comply with his obliga- be made ,by calling the city with a, program, arrangedby

million and half for the tions but "starting February 1, hall in the event any wish to put
;; papers. The, story referred to First a year a I R. M. Bishop, concerning the
.' third million and from Pearl Har- 1943, vigorous action against thesedelinquents up numerals at once.
Williams Clewiston
'\ Lieut. Paul L. I development and history of the
bor to the first of June there were listed below will be
Fla., stating that he was among
..' : seven officers and enlisted men of I three million certificates issued. I started by the Justice Department. New Regulations Are movement. '
knowledge of I _,'This history, a portion of which
.! the U. S. Air Corps who were This year it is expected that five Any person having

missing in action. The news dis-I! million certificates will be issued. the address, or whereabouts will Given For SelecteesThe :was given by G. B. Thomas, -showed -

patch was dated January '12th and I Following completion of the confer a favor on them by advisingthe that from a humble beginningin

course here tonight Mr. Kenning local board with office ,at City
had been, delayed en route. I ,Detroit twenty-eight years ago
1.will go to Punta Gorda to conduct ( Hall, Clewiston, or telephone 12. local Selective Service Board
Captain Williams' wife, in tele-I j classes next week. / i The list of delinquents with or- has received two new regulationsthis that Kiwanis covers this countryand

phone convensation with her mo Those who, started the, course I jder! number, race. and' last known week which are of particular" has spread to other countries
ther, Mrs. E. S. Knight, Wednes- I 1 with 2200 clubs and a total
here were: Mr. and Mrs. A. W. address is as follows: interest.No I some

day, January 20, said that neither McCorkle; Mrs. J. N. Montgomery, Will ''Slaughter, colored, No. 47, deferment will 'be given to membership slightly under 120,000.It .

she nor his parents had received Mrs.. Br J. Bjornsen, Miss Mary,)I I Rt., No. 1, Box 88, Clewiston' ; James any registrant in the future after was brought out that the original -

any notification from the War Department Neeley, Mrs Jack Baker, Mrs. Hub I I Jones colored, No. 77, % Sidney''. he has received his notice to reportfor name was Kee-wanis, an In-
that the pilot is missingin ,"to express -
Spooner, Mrs. E. H. Walston, Mrs. Adams, Rt. No.2, Smithville, Ga.; induction except in the case of dian name meaning literally
action, so it is felt that he is the original motto
t P. M. McIntyre, Mrs. W. E. Dilley, l Lawrence Borkin Colson, colored, death in the family or the serious oneself" and

:.", safe. One of the strictest regula- Mrs M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. Sam No. 85, Clewiston; John Rodwell, illness of himself or ,a member ,of was "We Trade." The name was
tions of the armed forces is that the I form
: its present
"miss- Young, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, R. W. I colored, No. 86, Rt. No.1, Box 94, his family. Any man so deferred then simplified to
family of a man who, is either to "We
Turk, M. H. Sharpe, Arthur King Clewiston; Daniel Bass, colored, No. cannot be reclassified without per- and the motto changed
ing in action" "died in action"is said
or and N., V. ''S. Mumford of Clewiston : Vli2, Rt. No.1, Box 88, Clewis- mission of the state director: of Build" which, Mr. Bishop ,
notified either by direct mes well also be given
ti. and R. Hamrick, Jack Lewis and ton; Willie Andrew Wells, white, I selective service. could very
senger or by Western Union, be historical period -
fore any announcement is made for (Continued on page 8) No.: 131-A, Clewiston; Frank John- Any child born after September during the present"

son, colored, No. 143, Clewiston; 14,\ 1942 or 280 days after Pearl as "We Serve.

'. publication. Navy Recruiter To Be I:Joe Brown, colored, No. 154, 33 Anderson Harbor, may not be considered a Following the meeting the
c Captain Williams has receivedone dimmed and a large
of lights were
the case
1 Ave., Ft. Myers, Fla.; J. D. dependent except in
Silver Star for bravery, the 165 Dowl- of delayed birth. birthday cake with, 28 'candles was
Tippins, colored, No. % medical proof
> award being presented by Lieut. Here Each WednesdayNaval ing and Co., Ft. Myers; James -- brought in and' served with'ice

General George C. Kenney, commander to the members.C. .
Persell, colored, No. 198 Felda; RATION BOARD NOTICE cream
of the Allied air forces in 203 Rt. B. Clinch, Gulf Oil represen-
recruiting officers from Joe Ellison, colored, No. ,
> the Southwest Pacific area. Tuesday's the Ft. Myers 'office will be in No.4, Box 90, Bridgeton, N. J.; Joe The local ration' board wishes to tative, and former member T. E.Marlette .

dispatch stated that the seven Clewiston each Wednesday after- Kennedy Davis, colored, No. 204, explain to the public that any com- : were visitors at. ,the meet-
had received Silver Stars with '
men
(. noon to accept applications for the Rt. No. 1, Box 56, Quakertown, Pa.; plaints that anyone wished to turn ing.

one officer receiving an Oak Leaf Navy of men between the ages of Charlie Brown, colored, No. 254, 700 over to the board must be in the .,

Cluster The in lieu of a second Silver 17 and 50Chief Barney Mc- Lieg St., Valdosta, Ga.; Emmett form of a written affidavit before Bowling Still Popular
article added
Star. "The Oak
,. Coy and Specialist 1st Class OscarH. I Smith, colored, 264,, Rt. No.1, Box the, board can take action on ,it. So
Leaf Cluster awarded to
was First
Williams Eaton of Fort Myers were here 88, Clewiston; Johnny Miller, colored far there have been no formal Despite Driving Ban '
.
Lieut. Paul L. Clewiston, in the
,: Fla." completing arrangements for the No. 290, Gen. Del., Clewis- written complaints placed

weekly visit of the recruiting of- ton; Jessie Fluellen, colored, No. hands of the board. This is to -

I'I ficer.Specialist'. 312, Clewiston; Henry Tate, colored, make it clear so there will be no I For the first few days after the

APPEALS DECIDED 1\ 1st Class Eaton expects No. 318, Rt. No.1. Box 88, Clewiston misunderstanding concerning action OPA imposed the new gasoline restrictions -

William Jesse 'McColland, Jr., not being taken on verbal com-
I to spend each Wednesday aft- ; banning pleasure drivinguse
The State Appeal Board has] ernoon here and will be in the Post white No. 368, Marathon, Fla..; plaints.The. ,
notified the local Selective Service Office to meet applicants. Office James Warren, colored. No. 375, board also wishes to explain of the bowling alleys at Sugar-

Board of its decision in the case of' space for the detailed application} \ 1800 Cranford Ave., Ft. Myers; that taxis are alloted their gaso land Park fell off sharply but this

three Hendry County registrants'I and examination has been granted George E. Diggs, colored, No. 376-A,' line by ODT and not local ration- week, as residents again learn

who appealed classification. W. C. Lumber Co. Moore boards. Taxis operate on a T;
in the Beardsley Insurance Office. % Strickland ,, ing how to walk, play is almost back
.' Stanford and William Randolph' Chief McCoy this week stated Haven; Eddie -Joseph Maddox, colored -;I ration, and this is allotted by the to normal. Bingo players have' also -

Rider were continued in 1-A and that any man between 17 and 50 Ms No. 378, Harlem, Clewiston; I I ODT, and the local board only reacted in the same way and

Robert Lee Yeomans was placed in may volunteer for naval service. Rubin McGlon, C colored, No. 383.: I issues the ration for the amount most everyone says they really enjoy

2-A for sixty days only. Youths of 17 must have their Gainesville, Fla.; Joseph William,I allotted by the ODT. There has the walk to the recreation center.

'.... parents consent and those in the Foster, white, No. 450, Gen. Del., been some misunderstanding as to Some bowling league games were
1 CLERK IX RATION BOARDMrs Fla. Charlie Lofton,I how this has been handled.
N age group of 18 to 37 inclusive Panama City, ; postponed but these are now going
-----., No. 458 % Dowling &! i be
must cleathrough their draft colored ahead ,and 'league play will soon
-
------ -
E. C. Mills has accepted the I board stating their desire to volunteer Camp, Ft. Myers; James Michael I concluded with every player showing '

, position of 'clerk in the Clewiston;| for the Navy. Sabo, white, No. 487, Clewiston. ton; Tom Anthony, colored, No. 558, a decided improvement overplay -
ration board office taking No. Rt. 1, Box: 90, Bridgeton, N. J.; A
'I the place As the quota of the Fort Myers Samuel James Jones, colored, in the preceding tourney.

of Mrs. A. C. Carlton who recently -I territory is limited -Chief McCoj 488, Rt. No.1,, Box 69-E Clewiston; Albert Taylor, colored, No. 590, 531 meeting has been called of all team

moved to Fort Myers.- Mrs: R. urges those who desire to volunteer Charlie Williams, colored, No. 527-A, 17th St., West Palm Beach; Huey' captains for Monday night at. the

C. Nowling is chief clerk in the of I should apply early and avoid dis- Felda; Claud Jones, colored, No. James Clark, colored, No. 601, Rt. recreation hall. ,

fice. ;-' appointment. V536, Rt. No. 1, Box 115-E, Clewis- (Continued on page 8)

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Lesson for January 24
*
THE GENERAL'S TWO WIVES

There was much more than meets Lesson subjects nnd Scripture texts selected If you will rub a bit of melted
the eye behind the departure of and copyrighted by International paraffin on your snowshovel before
Gen. Hsiung Shih-fei, head of the permission.Council of Religious Education; used by using it, you will find that snow will

Chinese military mission to Wash- not stick to it.

ington. It had its intriguing per- Aleutian JESUS THE GREAT PHYSICIAN *

sonal side, but also it went deep If garden tools are stored in a
into the vitals of our most difficultwar LESSON TEXT-John 5217. small box in which a little lime
GOLDEN
TEXT Wilt thou be madf
problem.On Fliers whole-John 5:6. has been placed t they will not rust.
the personal side, it happened The lime will absorb the dampnessand I
that General Hsiung had two wives, keep the
tools bright during
Hope of the hopeless, help of the
which in China is a criterion of the
helpless-who would that but
be
power and prestige. But it also In the Aleutians-that fog-shrouded chain of islands that Jesus? Coming to Jerusalem for, the
happened that Madame Chiang Kai-
reaches out from feast He did not seek out the homes
the southerly tip of Alaska towards Japan
shek, educated in the United States, of the
does of wives. American air force men mighty, the places of learning
not approve two are relentlessly bombing enemy posi
and culture but betook Himself
When in China, Madame Chiang tions on Kiska, the main stronghold of the Japs. It's a hard to the Pool of Bethesda, where there

does not interfere with the military and dangerous daily grind, and light moments are few. But the "lay a multitude of them that were
But
appointments of her husband.
in the'United States, General Hsiungis morale high. Every Jap will soon kiss good-by to Kiska. sick, blind, halt,withered." Why did
He go to such a place? Because He winter.'I
reported to believe that the situa-
tion might have been otherwise, and r Commanding this gallant in always need.had compassion upon those

that the U. S. A., big as it is, might group of daredevils is the fight
have been too small for both of ing'son of famous In this multitude He saw at once
them. a father, the neediest man of all-one without

Lieut. Col. John Chennault, whois friends or loved ones to care for

FARM FIGHT following the footsteps of him, despondent and disheartened.

A, group presidents of land Brig. Gen. Claire L. Chennault, What happened that day may well I'
encourage the heart of sad 'I
headed PresidentH. 4f leader of the U. S. air forces every ,
grant colleges, by in lonely, and discouraged less than I'Ac a day .
one.
C. "Curley" Byrd of the Uni- y .z.a C< China. When these mhenpurchasedinthelugesize. 1
pictureswere We see three things here. .Unit for unit you can't
versity of Maryland, called on Sec- Col. buy finer quality vitamins.
taken
Chennault I.
Hopeless Infirmity ( 1-7). '
vv.
retary of Agriculture Wickard the Quality and potency guaranteed
other day. Behind that call was one (shown above) had just knockedoff How weak'and helpless is humanity. .'Get GROVE'S today Vitaminsatyourdruggist -! i

of the most important fights which a Jap Zero himself. Oh, yes, we 'seem to be strong, I

will come before the present con- capable, fearless, but only until we 'E 7 7e I

gress. Left: The navigator of a bomber meet some great elemental pro 4 eKs'r
Actually the land grant college lem. Then we see that we are in Owe
gets a light from, a member of the IY I
presidents came to propose an agri- deed a great multitude impotentfolk. SuPP Ji tt
cultural program which they think ground crew after returning from a The gently falling snow

will overcome the food shortages.But raid on the Japs at Kiska. stopped the undefeated Napoleon.The .

behind this is a plan to put .". ._,., ... ..... ..N..mh"u.,..,,__ ,_,_ tion. silent fog calL paralyze a na-,
control of the farm economy back _Sickness, death-who can stay
into the hands of the farm bureau their hand? We need the steady and

and the powerful farm lobbies. It w 5 r 4 powerful grip of God upon our lives

is a fight which probably will keep if. we are to go through such ex Largest Elm"I

up a running fire all during con- Q .i periences. Not only was this man The Rathbone elm of Marietta I

gress. < ....._.. ill and weak, but his long years of is believed to be the largest elm
< ; .N. ; '.
Background of the fight backto w [ :: : suffering had made him
goes / ,8. '; .; -/ ': so accus tree in America. The trunk is 35
early in the Roosevelt adminis- w n h .' "- : p.. ..,( !I i tomed to weakness that he had feet in circumference.
,, "
"to ', , :
tration when "" rY'7hTY" <<.r reached
Henry Wallace, then .. 0' Q .. : a state despair.;

secretary of agriculture, delivereda y6 ;:.. ". <, 7'1." .:: <.. .$ Such an attitude invites defeat. It
speech in which he criticized his AtR' : <. ?< 'Jr, v .,:I. : may be the only recourse .of the D9uble-Purpose

own agriculture department for man of the world, but with Jesus

helping only the one-third upper- standing by to help, there is good Laxative Gives
crust farmers. The ,great mass of reason for assurance of faith in the '

the farmers, he said,' the tenants, darkest hour. More SatisfactionDon't
the little farmers, and farm labor,
f
II. Heartless. Religion (vv. 10-13,
got no help from the government. 15-16). be satisfied just to relieve your
Wallace was. referring,,to the fact present constipated condition. Meet
that the American Farm Bureau Jesus had, done for the man what this problem more thoroughly by

federation, the'Grange, the National the Jews had nolTbeen able to do; in toning up 'your, intestinal system.
this
For Double-Purpose, use Dr.
fact, one wonders whether had
Co-operative Milk Producers, and they Hitchcock's All-Vegetable Laxative
. other organizations with powerful so much as lifted a finger to help Powder-an Intestinal Tonic Laxa-

lobbies in Washington, had always this poor sufferer., But now that he tive. It not only acts gently and
influenced farm policies and domi-, was able to walk, they'were greatly thoroughly, but tones satisfaction.lazy bowel
muscles-gIving more
nated the agriculture department. concerned about the violation of I
Dr. Hitchcock's Laxative Powder
Working hand .in glove with them their Sabbath day restriction againstany helps relieve Dizzy Spells, Sour

have been the land grant colleges, work. Stomach, Gas, Headache, and that
the state commissioners of -agriculture Instead of shouting for joy that I 'dull sluggish feeling commonly referred -
: to as Biliousness,when caused
the county agents, and the farm _, n__ this,man was able to carry not only by Constipation. Use only as di-
extension services. himself but his bed, they became rected. 15 doses for only lOc. Large
These groups controlled agricul- I Members of' a B-24 Liberator bomber crew, all togged out for Aleutian zealous about, maintaining the let- :family size 25c. Adv.

ture locally, even when Washingtonwas weather, await their turn to take off.: And are they rarin' to go! ter of their law.
l.; ,.
'
supplying a majority. of the Are there not those, in our day Oak Deeded Land
B-24
bomber
funds. crew who would be greatly disturbed if A Georgia owner of an oak in
receives last minute the deathlike quiet and dignity of his will deeded to the tree possession J
HITLER OR JAPAN? instructions fromLt. their church services were to be of itself and all land within

Another factor, however, goes f : $! &4Y Hamilton, who di- broken by the cry of a new born eight feet.
much deeper and is one reason be- babe in Christ? Would a revival be
hind reports that Gen. Joseph Stil- agrams plan of attackon welcomed in the great churches of

well may return as head of the :' the soggy ground. America which have lost the savor

U. S. military mission to China. 1 L I ....."... -q, :;>}.,". '"., ,....y....... of Christ and the power of the gos- Use sign at of first a tlz tR> R D

This factor is the Chinese argu- 0 '. pel? We think not. V rb

ment that Japan, is a greater enemy The man who had been healed an- did,

than :Hitler, coupled with the swered well (v., 11). He did not 666; TABLETS SALVE,

fear that after we have defeated know who Jesus was, but he knew NOSE DROPS ..
Hitler, we will make peace with that if He had authority to heal, He COUGH DROPS.. .'

Japan at the expense of China. also had the right' to tell him to Try "Rub-My-Tism" Wonderful Liniment

This fear is one which cannot be carry his bed. When we meet Jesuswe

laughed off easily. In fact, it will will be healed of our infirmitiesand
take a lot of Get Your War Bonds *
persuading to dispel like this man, be delivered
Chinese worries. They know thata from the fear of cold ecclesiasticism' &-
To Help Ax the Axis
lot of the career gentlemen, powerful .,

in the state department, have III. Healing of Body and Soul (vv.
contended that .
Japan should have
B, 9, 14). '
her place in the
sun. They know RHEUMATIC PAIN
that some of the state department The body of this man was miracu- :
lously healed. There was no Need not Spoil your Diy-Gel after It Now ADon't
clique tacitly favored par-
Japanese occupation put oft getting C-2223 to relieve
of Manchuria, while the tial improvement, no long drawn pain of muscular rheumatism
British almost openly supported it. out convalescence and regaining of and other rheumatic pains. Buy
The realistic Chinese, therefore, 1; strength. In fact, he was told to do C-2223 today. 60c and $1. Caution:
Use only as directed. First bottle
that after r something which called for the full
argue Hitler is defeated "
purchase price back if not satisfied.
Japan is more than likely to pro- vigor of a healthy body, to show

pose a compromise (as she got Ted- that he was healed.
dy Roosevelt to do to end the Russo- Even so when we are healed from WNU-7 3-43

Japanese war) whereby Japan getsa sin it is not to a half-dead existence,

slice of China and the world getsa but to the full vigor of spiritual life.
rest from war. We are to arise and walk in the

The realistic Chinese also know power and grace which Christ has

that they could make with brought into our lives. # .
peace ; ;
Japan tomorrow Note that the miracle performedhere
by giving her several
And Your Strength and
was for the glory of God. The
treaty ports and a slice of the
miracles of God not Energy Is Below ParIt
North. In fact, the Japs probably are mere-marvels -
or wonders. They are not for may be caused by disorder of kidney -
would like :
nothing better than a function that permits poisonous
peace which would permit them to the advancement of the cause of any waste to accumulate. For truly many
feel tired, weak and miserable
or for personal people
withdraw man glory. Theyare
half a million men from when the kidneys fail to remove excess
China and use them against us in the mighty signs of an omnipotent acids and other waste matter from the

the Pacific. God wrought for the good omen f blood.You; may suffer nagging backache.rheumatic ,

Finally Chiang Kai-shek has his for their spiritual enlighten- pains, headaches, dizziness,
ment, and as a testimony to the petting up nights leg pains,'swelling.
troubles
own with his generals, .w, Sometimes frequent and scanty urination 1f .
true God. with smarting and burning is an-
many of them pliable to one
Jap wiles, other that something is with,
sign wrong
7fy So in this' Jesus found the
especially "silver bullets," which case the kidneys or bladder.
the Japs claim is the easiest I man in the temple to admonish him There should be no doubt that prompt
to
way Use
b treatment is wiser than neglect.
win wars. .... .. ... to continue steadfast in the spiritual Doan'i Pills. It is better to rely on a
r N '''O''' ,i. o'k/ '"""" >"'' : ,
'I.t .l 1' :inr }!{fHushy
: ::
'xUW.
So Chiang needs liberty which had come to him "lesta medicine that has won countrywide approval -
something to
favorably
less
than on something
show to keep his generals in line- Private John Buelick (right) and Pfc. Richard Perry (left) worse thing befall" him. known. Doan's have been tried and test
either more arms,' which he is not are ribbing Private James Polls who is Evidently this man's infirmity had ed many years. Are at all drug stores.
laboring under the weight of a Get Doan I today.
been caused sin and
getting; or a treaty from the I by even thoughhe
United
States pledging we will fight to the 90-poimd aerial camera. Private Polls is the ,smallest.",aerial photographer had suffered those 38 long years

.end until China is absolutely free. in the Alaskan defense command. the tendency toward sin was still
alive in his heart. Sin dies hard.







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" '.rrr/.T rr< < VJ'nn / Bet at Whatever the CostA i AS I( ME 1'A quiz with answers offering' t tJJ ?


soldier whose main troublewas NO TilER on various subjects

extreme talkativeness was on II

escort duty with a corporal tak- hMhMMMMhhhh f-hhhhhhhhhMhhhhhP hhhhhhhhhh

ing an important prisoner to head- The Questions The Answers

quarters. -
Before starting, he had been told 1. What name is given to a boat Bumboat..
am e 81W that on no account was he to that peddles provisions to ships in 2. Discordant.

speak; a bet of a carton of ciga- harbor? 3. North Carolina.

rettes had been made that he 2. If a piece of music is cacoph- 4. Music was first printed in 1465, -

couldn't keep silent until reaching onous, it is what? the notes being hand lettered. .

f?' headquarters.They 3. In what state is Buncombe 5. The Irish potato originated in

I went in single file, the soldier county, whose congressman gave Peru, the name potato being a
quite mute. the word a new meaning? corruption of the Indian name ba

On arriving at headquarters: the 4. When was music first printed? tatas.

: corporal, without looking round, 5. The Irish potato originated 6. For every 1,000 one-dollar

said, "Well, Tommy, you've won." where? bills in this country today, there -

, "Yes," replied Tommy, "but 6. For every 1,000 onedollarbills are 33 two-dollar bills, 400 five-

you nearly had me when the pris- how many other small denomination dollar bills, 427 ten-dollar bills and

oner escaped." bills are there? 208 twenty-dollar bills.



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Uf/V I
! y f. users say"first use is [1bthsl
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ib. iar 25t, double supply 35t.
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Any number of patterns are pos- For success I ask no more than
this this-to bear unflinching witness to
{ 3Y"ct T dc sible depending upon the way
is put together. the truth.-James Russell Lowell.

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The illustrated spread makes use of
I / quarter and half blocks effectively; whole
Your Winter Menus With'a Crisp Salad Bowl it'I blocks may be used or a combination of l I7_
Flatter
I I
\ whole and half blocks, etc. This entirelynew
(See Recipes Below) \ and different crochet makes grand -. .
I r pick-up work, and offers a spread at dis- how quickly the dryness is relieved
Flair for SaladsTie Week's Menu ::1:1T tinctive heirloom possibilities..,,Z988D. 15 and healing begins, after using jn-_ Ja
This both the bedspread and hood medicated Kfel
'i ,, cents brings soothing, time-tested,
: jf ,.!: ;:. and mitten directions. Send your order to:
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will be a .. 2 t ; ; ... :.. Enclose 15 cents for each pattern
Their cool crispiness titlj ;t. : "' .ft :;;
Corn Muffins Honey ; # ., -";
stove-hot meals, and ill .' ,.,.'., .:. ., 'r: ". :: :::;;- Gather Your Scrap ; *
tonic to i 1
:
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their vitamin alphabet KLL..=;...!.... : '
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most substantialthat ll t ,; ''. lJ'.t r..0' .
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you can find juice, salt and pepper. Serve in ,, V tf 'i! J

in any food. Oranges crisp lettuce cups. r SNAPPY FACTS
', l '" The problem of what to send a
make 'the
and salad that
grape A can you sl. ; V
fruit are having a fling in their hit of the party is this grapefruitring e .. service man has been solved by the ABOUT
red if fill the center with a wal- ? men themselves. Tobacco tops the I
abundance, and crackly crisp, you i "f
red apples are better now than dur- dorf salad made of apples as crispas list of gifts service men prefer
CUNNING pixy-hood, snug.lit- from the folks back home, accord-
leftover WJrRUBBER
ing warmer months. Use the frosty night: A
bits of vegetables or just plain Grapefruit Salad Ring. tie mittens-double crochet ing to numerous surveys. If you \

greens lettuce and watercressand (Serves 6 to 8) does them in a ''jiffy. Make this'' have a friend or relative in the ..

:, your table will take on a new 2V tablespoons gelatin set from the easy directions in' armed forces-Army, Navy, Ma-
"; charm. Vz cup cold water Z988D for the grammarschoolmiss rines, or Coast Guard-who smokesa Driven under 33 miles an hour,
Inflated and on a car
Bermuda Salad Bowl. 1 cupvater or add a few rows and you pipe, or rolls-his-own, a pound of properly with wheels In alignment war
(Serves 6 to 8) 1V6 cups sugar have a skating set for the teen- his favorite tobacco is'very muchin tires of reclaimed rubber should
return up to 10.000 or more
; : 1 small head cauliflower Yz cup orange juice ager. order. A big favorite with many miles of service. Care should bathe
service men is Prince Albert, the watchword of the "war tiro"
lemon That isn't all of Z988D thoughfor
. 6' 1 small head lettuce ?4 cup juice -
I
I''.'. / large peeled Bermuda onion teaspoon salt, this sheet also brings directions world's largest-selling smoking to- user
of the three
I Bubberisconsidered one
:. .} Vi cup stuffed olives, sliced Soften gelatin in cold water. Boil for the luxurious bedspread bacco. Local dealers- now are fea- most important strategic materialsIn
r Watercress, for garnish water (1 cup with \Vz cups sugar for shown. You'll love its rich simu- turing Prince Albert in the poundcan war by officers In tho Arm/

_ 2/ ounces Blue cheese, crumbled 3 minutes). Pour over softened gelatin lated chenille appearance, but for the men' in the service.- ordnance deparlmenLprogre.

I t":" French dressing stir well and cool. Add fruit even more you will like the inter- Adv. opening.. of In a reverse street It car the line re-In

I Separate uncooked cauliflower into juices and pour into ring mold. Let Brooklyn, N. Y., that had been
,:' flowerets. Break lettuce into pieces. cool until firm. Unmold, serve on converted to motor A war buses measure several
years ago.
C.: Toss together with cauliflower, let- lettuce with center filled with Wal / that will save 1,300,000 bus
onion olives and french dorf salad miles a year-and of course a
tuce, rings, : relative amount of rubber.
dressing into which the blue cheese Waldorf Salad. iIeAhuPerfect

has been crumbled. 2/ cups diced, unpeeledred inclination Caster,camber are,toe-in factors and in Icing-pin wheel

Look to the crisp and juicy apples apples alignment tire users are going to

1/,. for real menu 1n- 1 cup chopped celery Inspections Hear about now are that mandatory.periodic'They faro

t-. spiration. Apples Vz cup broken nutmeats' I mean much to tire conservation.liFGothkh.
,
It Goes
Likeness Where
:: which provide Vi cup salad dressing ,
./ plenty of vitamin ',;- Combine all ingredients togetherand Grimes (viewing painting. of friendIt's ) "I haven't been feeling at all

i A-to help you resist fill ring mold or if served sep- like him. well," said Green to his doctor.
:r$ '; Painter Yes, but he hasn't paid me "But you're looking'perfectly
-
L i winter colds arately, fill let-
:.' and infections- : tuce cups. If ap- for it yet.GrimesThat's. splendid," said the doctor."I .
very like him. takes all
know. But it my
<
I' along with sunny ples are peeled in "
'. '. carrots make for advance, squeeze DiagnosedAt strength to keep up appearances.

a nice salad: *J juice of onehalflemon local boarding house a guest --

Apple-Carrot Salad. to prevent was sawing away at the sinewy Where, Oh Where?

3 large, red apples, coarsely diced their turningdark. knee-joint of a leg of roast chicken.At Although she was keen on her job,

2 cups shredded raw carrots last, waving a hand towardsa the newly recruited farmerette was evidently -

.,. 1 small onion, minced A. salad for every purpose. Here'sone bottle of sauce which stood near finding things very strange
% cup cream, sweet or soured for a lovely winter luncheon or the landlady's elbow, he said: "down on the farm.
a',' \Yz tablespoons lemon juice bridge refreshments: "Pass.the liniment, please, Mrs. After hating an incubator explainedto
;',!' Salt and pepper to taste Peach Cup Salad. McPherson. This seagull has her very carefully, she was asked if
With
worked.
apuzzled
she understood how it
Dice apples without peeling and. (Serves 6) .
rheumatism. look in her bright blue eyes,
',,' combine with grated carrot and on- 12 halves canned peaches -
-
she replied:
..:' ion. Add cream blended' with lem- ;4 cup apple butter Some people make their bed, ; "Yes; but I can't see where the hen \ 1 4'l'd
cheese
3 ounces cream then they lie out of it. I sits."
"... % cup celery
Lynn Says: 1A cup chopped nutmeats ;'

".'; 1A cup seeded raisins, if desired "'
Arrange nests of lettuce on plat-
Your Diet I.Q.: If you're defi- .
ter. Place two peach halves in nest THE PARATROOPS CAMELS ARE
cient in some vital vitamins and mix- IN
after they have been filled with :
',' -' minerals you may have certain ture of apple butter blended with they : FIRST WITH ME ON
physical indications of this lack. say
-
cheese, celery, nuts and raisins. f
;. Check the following indications: Serve with honey flavored mayon- EVERY COUNT.THEy'RE

Frequent ear and sinus troubles naise. '
UMBRELLA for parachute MILD_ANO
nose, throat and sinus in- 'Cranberry Bavarian Cream

fections? Perhaps you're missing (Serves 6 to 8) THEY HAVE PLENTYOF
vitamin A-found in meat, eggs, 2 tablespoons gelatin "HIT THE SILK" for jumping

milk, green vegetables, yellow- 1cup cold water RICH FLAVORFIRST
colored fruits and vegetables.Is 1 1-pound can jellied cranberrysauce F

the appetite poor and are "WHIPPING SILK"f
you nervous and tired? You may \i cup sugar, or Vfc cup light ''' "'
.
be skipping over lightly vitamin corn syrup to remove n /y' E.::,:>cv,'':ryc.:ogk rtSr 'tiys;j +::f..., J .
.I, Bl-found in whole grain cereals, 1 tablespoon lemon juice / ,

\ meats and fish, liver and kidneys. 2 Vs teaspoon egg whites salt "ill AmEL"for the favorite cigarette

Can't quickly from a
recover
1 heavy cream, whipped
;- cold, from that run-down feeling, Soften cup gelatin in cold water and with men in the service
or having bleeding gums and a
dissolve over hot water. Crush cran-
sallow, muddy complexion? Bet- berry sauce and combine with sugaror
ter get more vitamin C-from or- ( corn syrup) and lemon juice.

anges, grapefruit, green leaves,. Add gelatin and 'stir well. Whip

cabbage, tomatoes and berries. egg whites and salt and fold into ::' s'
Anemia? Feel tired and list- cranberry mixture. Fold in whipped IN THE SERVICEThe d. ?tLF' s'

less? You may need iron-mo- cream. Turn into large or individual favorite cigarette with men .y (pp ,'.} h } '

; lasses, liver, beans, peas, whole molds which have been rinsed in
:, grain cereals, egg yolks and leafy cold water. Chill until firm, un in the Army, Navy, Marines,
and Coast Guard is CameL
green vegetables. mold and serve.
I Poor teeth, brittle bones, excessive Hate you a particular household or (Based on actual sales recordsin .4
bleeding when accidents cooking: problem on uhich you would like Post Exchanges and Canteens.) u f7vC
expert advice? Write to Miss Lynn Chambers
r occur, or weakened heart and at Western Newspaper Union. 210
muscles? A deficiency of calcium South Desplaincs Street, Chicano, Illinois,
may be responsible. Eat more explaining your problem fully to her.
eggs, cheese, milk and cream- Please enclose a stamped, self-addressed CAMEL
,
and vegetables. ent flope for your reply.Released .
by Western Newspaper Union. ,

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FOUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY JANUARY 22; 194S


The Clewiston '''News <... +:.....:.:'.;;..:<< : :---o:rrr......_. .. ..............--...=..-.................."-..................-......-..-...........J.!.......................-.A:I dence, coupled with a little run-of-\| varies with his domestic statusr

.. the-mill common sense, will receive| that is, whether he is (a) a single-

.s..s. TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY I full and complete cooperation. | person (b) a married person living
in Clelston, .s. with husband or wife, or (c) a
Frldn No
P'l.1blfshed every .s. .. one questions the need of
CLEWISTON NEWS, head of family. This credit is
Florida, by the ..
: rationing. Americans realize full
inc. '. i known as personal exemptions, and
... well how critical is the situation.
is shown on line 21 of the return
..
:. They expect, and will accept, all
KEATHIEBOWDCV, Editor .. .. (Continued on Page 8))
.:. '. .. intelligent, necessary sacrifices If
.:. properly approached. But they are
mall matter .:. EDDIE MUSGKAVE CELEBRATES
class
February Entered as 1, 1927.second at the Pest Office In '.:... By RUSSELL KAY jljl not criminals or children or im- 8TH BIRTHDAY O\ FRIDAY
Clewiston. Florida, under the Act of .:. beiciles. Arrogance, stupidity and
March 3, 1597.Subscription .. ,nonsense in administrative effort
:. Secretary Florida. Press Association ::: Eddie Musgrave celebrated his
': \ only serve to retard the victory
':. , . . .. .eighth birthday with a party ,at his
Hate $2.00 Per' Venr. ..:.. .. .. \ that in the end is the aim of all.
home Friday afternoon. Jello, cake

Advertising Rate' Oil Application. This anti-pleasure driving edictof pital to either a picture show or 11 I and punch were served to the children -
the National GAStapo 'has a lot the bowling alley by Mrs. Musgrave.

Devoted to the advancement and wel- of folks in a sweat, for the inno- A lot of timid souls went hungryfor Those invited were John Perry

fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. cent word' "pleasure" covers a mul- three days fearing to drive to, a Your Income Tax Gene Fuller, James and Turner Harris -
titude of sins, and ideas as to what restaurant. They were told to catcha Paul Bowden, Manning and

constitutes it' are as varied as the street car or a bus, but it gets Wayne Carter, Sammy Bishop, John

MEMBER winds that blow monotonous standing on a corner and Aubrey DeValcourt, Ronald I

'\ ?FLORIDA.! PRESS ASSOCIATION Driving to the train to meet and watching those sardine cans go Hare, Skippy Cothern, Johnny Rodgers I

; NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION your mother-in-law is termed a by without stopping. Now the or- Personal Exemption Linda and Jane Lee, Norma

391M "pleasure" by the la\vjerciats; who der has been modified and you Every individual is allowed a Perry, Betty Young, Sharon Crochet

juggle the alphabetical definitions, can park at a restaurant providedyou credit against his net income which Shirley Marshall and Nancy Moon.
and I know one guy who is readyto go there to "eat" and not for

L..: h N:N:N:NN:N N:N:N:N 1/N N1N1N 1 1 N:N:11:N:N 1/M N:N2 I dispute that ruling all the wayto "pleasure." If a guy he'd gets better any plea-
keep
the Supreme Court. .. sure out of eating
it to himself. Personally, I play
An ice cream cone, if you deliberately -
safe and order-a double helping of
RAMBLINGS go after it with malice NOTICE !
sand-blown spinach, feeling confident -
B. B. aforethought, is "pleasure, but if
By that no court would convict
you sneak up on it, in the courseof
:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:= what is officially termed "legiti- me on that kind of evidence. I Ii

1: mate" driving and can manage to Attending church, not being a' i

Well most of us this week have snag it without traveling one ad- pleasure, is permissible. But on the
I will be at the places named and dated
morning I stop-
been concentrating on relearninghow ditional foot out of your way, then way there Sunday

to slice a loaf of bread. Bread it's okay. ped to "share-the-ride" with a below for the purpose of receiving Real

knives in the store's stocks were Since purveyors of cones are no gorgeous blonde, and if you don'tthink
sold out by noon of the first day) longer permitted 'to give curb ser- that was a pleasure you'ie Estate, Personal and Intangible PropertyTax

that unsliced bread appeared on the, vice, about'all a guy can do is leave a lot older than I hope to get and returns for the year 1943. Please

market. Daily papers obligingly his chariot in the middle 'of the I'm no adolescent.I i
printed pictures and instructions street and dash in for his tidbit. could go on and on and give meet me with a correct description of all

showing the best slicing technique, This entails other difficulties you countless other examples but property owned by you, or .as agent. The
and it helped. In case you didn'tpay since it brings one in conflict with you probably have more and better '
enough attention to the instruc-I local regulations that are designedto ones of your own. While I may law requires that you make a return each

... tions, this is what they recom-| prevent the blocking of traffic, have been unduly filppant in draw- year on all property, apply for HOMESTEAD -
-
mended. Lay the loaf on its side 1 and constables on the prowl are not ing this verbal picture, don't get me '

,with the bottom crust toward you,!' the least bit sympathetic and will wrong. I'm not trying to be funny. EXEMPTION, DISABLED

hold your knife at an angle and "Hey you, what's, the big idea?" al The situation, while ridiculous, is a WAR VETERAN EXEMPTION ,
concentrate on bringing the knife) guy on lot less provocation long way from funny., It is down

back and forth rather than on leaving a car, with the engine right pathetic and becoming increasingly WIDOWS EXEMPTION or what ever

pushing it through the loaf. ning, parked in the middle run-I' dangerous. you are entitled to. I have the forms and
Taken individually our slices don'tlook thorofare. From its inception ,the 'OPA ,has

so' bad, but the slant on the While it is. all right to use yourcar approached this rationing problemthe will be glad to assist in filling them out. I
end of the cut loaf Is amazing.It's Instead of creat-
to drive to the doctor's office, wrong way. ,Please make your return and avoid ;
funny how such a little it is wrong to drive to a thea- ing public confidence and generating '

thing can affect our lives. We've tre. Tampans are in a first class a spirit of cooperation, it has penalty.FT. .

taken sliced bread for granted for I helluva fix in view of the fact thata worked on the assumption that

eo long it takes some adjusting to flock of our best doctors have every man, woman and child is a DENAUD (Duval's Store) _9 a. m.

get back to the unsliced variety.It's .I their offices in the Tampa Theatre crook, a cheat and a chiseler. Its '

one, of the many little things I Building. edicts have been heralded with Feb. 2nd .

we can each do in our homes, that While visitors at the local hos- warnings, threats and penalties.It .

added together over a nation of pitalhave not increased during the has maligned' the honest citizen FELDA (Post Office) '. . 9 a. m.

millions, saves thousands of hoursof past week, the number of cars and placed him on 'par with the : \
man-power for more urgent labor' parked in front of the establish- gangster and racketeer. It has en- Feb. 3rd 1
than slicing bread. Think of it couraged the hoarder and paved the I
ment has. Smart guys keep a bou-
that way and you'll be happy to eata quet of flowers and a bed-pan in way for petty _crooks and chiselers. CLEWISTON (City Hall10. : :* a: m.,
ragged slice. Honest, patriotic men and women I >
the ,car. Just in case a snooper Feb.
turns up they'll l. have a reasonable I have been abused embarrassed and 5th. ,

Victory gardens are flourishing, annoyed.The .
alibi" It's not far from the hos-,
and the urgent plea of the govern- lawyercrats have gone so far LaBELLE-Feb. 16th and thereafter. '

ment is for more of us to plant a I I I with their "Simon says 'thumbs up'

small home vegetable garden to parents in Lake Wales, and took):i -Simon says 'thumbs down'-Wig-
supply as much of our own food time off to ride down to Clewistonfor gle-Waggle-Ha. I knew I'd catch Dennis SmallASSESSOR

needs as we can. There are many a day and night. He had too you!"-that they've just about got
such gardens in Clewiston and plumb NUTS.A .
we short everybody
a time to get around and see :
know of several housewives who government that distrusts, OF TAXES
everyone and we hear he is doing,, ,
have not only supplied many vege- fine in the Army and is soon slated' suspects and bullies its people. only .
tables for their family from a tiny for another promotion. generates distrust, suspicion and Hendry County. .

strip of.ground next to their home, '# faithlessness. Courageous leader-

but have actually canned 'a small Carlisle Redish has been sent ship that reveals faith and confi
reserve to help over the dry hot ,
,
from Jacksonville
to the U. S. Naval -----
summer months when we have trou- Air 'Station at St. Simon's Island.
-'-- I II
ble growing anything fresh. Those .

housewives, many of them tied Jimmy Weaver writes from Camp' THE OLD JUDGE: SAYS .
down with small children and
no Peary Which is the U. S. Naval
maids, are contributing their, partto Construction -
Training, Center, that
the war effort by saving every he will be at that camp until the
possible bit of food for the armed .c,_. "
latter part of February, since the I :.''':.': ., ., ,
forces, for war workers, and for training period had been extended. .! .," '
I I
those unable to grow it themselves.The He fc. f'fStjrTfsf*>rr r -'jfjTJ' ,.' S'
adds "Right now I'm in the I r
daily papers are having in- Battalion Post Office as Postal] : { .
structive articles on gardening and :
Clerk.-Some break -
,-no snow. II|
on canning. If
you are an amateur -
stay inside all the time. Give my|
read them and follow instructions
regards to all the folks back home."!

this carefully.climate and They to the are products adaptedto And we guess by now Jimmy thinks I! "..'." i s iry,. i I i rrri'd'
I he is luckier than ever for Lucille '.
that can be successfully raised here. I I .
left this week for a visit with her
,I II husband. I

.............. .... .. *, *
: : : : : : : ;--: : : :NM N:N:NM N:N ti :NM H.N M !
We have received a change of'

address for Homer Hanchey, who,,

goes to Greenville, Mississippi, for, I

With further training .in the Air Corps." ,:'
*

And Roy M. Waldron, who now

Our Boysin has a Cpl. in front of his name, has

been transferred to Fort Sill, Okla.
'
,!
U t r f//+r IiaU4 -
James Winn writes us from the
theService
I U. S. Naval Section Base at Key
t Y
-
i West. He says "Just a line to let

I you know that I have been receiv-

I ing the Clewiston News regularly,,

ever since I have been in the service -

and many thanks to -you for I ,/ Y, .r,,crrj'r .r;.r'b '" 1. 'S cw_ ,'

":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: as it. much I should I have, written long ago, I 4 -
as enjoy the News. '
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Paul Pullen who is' assigned toa "There aren't any boys from "

sub-chaser is home for a visit. Clewiston that I know of here but I
This is an unexpected leave as he quite
was home for a short while the tion we a few all are from the lake sec- "I've been meanin' to ask you for the last this country has ever known. Everybody f
read
first of November. His boat is of different the News and talk couple of weeks Judge what you think of had all the liquor they wanted only it came .:

tied up in Miami so he was able to are in your people personals.we know that this prohibition talk that keeps croppin' up from bootleggers at exorbitant prices: and
We also
.
make the extra visit home. keep up with the boys that are every so often." the government was deprived of millions and .
.
'* from home and have some general away "I've heard some Qf it too Henry and millions of dollars in taxes. : ;

Louis Leiter, who was home last idea what they are doing." 1 feel like this about it... "It seems to me, as I told my Congressman !

week 'has returned to Memphis, I "It comes from a comparatively small down in Washington last week, that r'

Tennessee. Louis has been chosen Joseph Leiter writes from Cuba: group of reformers. the same type that we've got all we can do here at home to : 1-

for Officers Training School and "I am just one more Clewiston boy plunged us into prohibition during the last help win this war without wasting time ., I; J

will. be transferred to Miami Beach trying to find the right words to war. And as we all remember, into nearly arguing about things we know, from sad ,t'

for this training. express my thanks and apprecia- 14 years of the worst crime and gangsterism experience won't work."
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tion for the Clewiston News. As
John Perry who is now Corporal you must know by now, it's like I. "

Perry, spent a ten day furlough getting a letter from home, so I Conference ej Alcoholic Dnnate Induslttet,Int.AGE 1r
from Moore Field, Texas, with his I sincerely say many, many thanks."



Yt JANUARY 22, 1043 THE CljETVISTON NEWS PAGE FIVE-


Mr. and Mrs., J. O. Pearce of LanghorneSkillernMrs. I A. R. Brink, Mrs. A. R. "Thompson, WANTED-Live wild animals. Fos .

Okeechobee were business visitors'in 1 Mrs. H. D. Brizzell, Mrs. J. E. Tay- Bobcats and others. Highest prices.

: Clewsiton Tuesday. Mrs. Pearce's lor, Mrs. G. G. Glasgow, Mrs. A. L. E. Thompson, Hooker's Point.

[ Personals J' sister, Mrs. Ruth B. Owens, return-1' Arthur Leon Meyer, Phila- C. Lyons, Mrs. R. ,H. Brinton and Clewiston, Fla. Jau.2fc

cd to Okeechobee with them for a' delphia and Washington, announcesthe Mrs Peters.MOTHER'S.

: few days' visit. I marriage on January first of

LL I her daughter, Mrs. Jane Cobb : CLUB MEETINGAT FOR SALE-Two: lots in city limitsof

Palm Mrs. James M. Boyd and children Skillern Philadelphia and Miami COMMUNITY CENTERThe Clewiston,. size 25x110 feet
Walker of West
: W. A.
j Beach spent two days in Clewiston of Augusta, Ga., are expected to I Beach, to William Keene Lang- each. These lots are on tho, maim

,:j oh business this week. arrive today for a visit with her, horne, son of Mrs. Henry Lang- Cradle Roll Mothers Clubof highway. Price $1,000. Mrs. Acey;:

parents, Mr. and 1\lrst 'V.T.., horne and the 'late Col. Langhorne, the Community Church met at Wisswear, Rt. 2, Box 102-A, San

' ;" Paul Pullen-is spending some Wheeless and her sister, Mrs. James, Greenfields, Warren, Virginia. The the Community Center Thursday ford, Fla. Jan.22-p

time here with his wife and babyand A. Boyd. I wedding took place in Fort.. Lain evening with Mrs. Harold Magill
___
derdale. and Mrs.
with his parents. W. C. Prewitt hostesses.
I Mrs. Robert Kawka and baby son -. Mrs. Langhorne was graduatedfrom During the evening the projectof i DRESSMAKING: ALTERING 1
"
Mr. and Mrs., Wm. Troxler of Miami I lof Jacksonville have arrived in Miss Harcum's School Bryn shellacing the hymnals and Sun-
BUTTONHOLE
Clewiston. They are making their Mawr Penn. attended Philadelphia day School books MAKING
were business visitors here song was com-
Wednesday.G. I'home with Mrs. Kawka's brother, Academy of Fine Arts and the pleted.] It was decided to hold the Mrs. Inez Pope

Zerney Meredith, and family. Mr.\ University of Pennsylvania.Mr. monthly meetings, which are on the

I Kawka is in the U. S. Army and second Thursday in each month in Millcrest Near
; B. Clinch and W. P. Stewart Langhorne; a nephew of Passenger Depot

of, Bradenton were transacting I I I is stationed in California- : Lady Nancy Astor, London, is a the Community Center" as that is (next: door to Bill Allen's)

business in Clewiston this week. '' graduate of Virginia Episcopal a more central location for the
I Mrs. S. L. Crochet spent two daysin various
members.
.. Va. and the
---- 1 School, Lynchburg, ,
West Palm Beach the latter
Mrs. C. E. Lear of Miami is University of Virginia, where he Attending the meeting were Mrs. ,
part of the week, visiting Mrs. O.
spending a few days here this week wa a member of the Zeta Psi fra- W. D. Wylie, Mrs. R. H: Knight, For Your
F. Schiffli. She met her sister,
with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Avant. ternity. He is an instructor of ad- Mrs. L. M. Weetman, Mrs. A. J.
Mrs. Raymond Lindley, of Onawa,
I vanced flying at Riddle McKay Aero Lingham, Mrs. Magill, Mrs G. H. HUNTING LICENSE
Iowa, who arrived by train for'month's a
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Martin ,spent visit here. I College.Mr. Brown, Mrs. Carl Johnson, Mrs. Foy for season '1942-43, see

yesterday in West Palm Beach, go- I and Mrs. '.Langhorne are re- Durrence and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt. R. C. NOWLING
Jng over for medical attention, I
in the Clewiston Inn Apart-
siding
-- Corporal John A. Perry, of Moore'Field [ FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Hendry- County Motors, Clewiston ,

Mrs. Amy Hall of Miami is spend Texas, spent one day and I ments. H. C. TUeador, Pastor J

ing some time in Clewiston with night in Clewiston with friends the WAR-TIME PROGRAM GIVEN

her son,. H. R. Hall and Mrs. Hall. I latter part of the week. Corporal TO P-T. A. MEMBERS: TUESDAY Sunday School-9:45 a. m, Johnson's Fish
Perry was spending. ten day fur- CampNear
I Morning Worship-11:00 a. m.
Mrs. 'S. C. Stalls and Miss Bertha I lough with his parents in Lake Training Union-6:15, p. m. ( Hurricane Gate)
of the war effort -
Various phases
Gram of Moore Haven were guestsof I Wales. ,4 Evening Worship-7:30 m. Clewiston, Fla.
and its effect on our lives was p.
Mrs. W. C. Nail Monday after- I -- CIRCLE MEETINGS of the W. Boats and Motors-Guide Service
for the given at
the topic program
noon. .! ._1 i.' J .t I .._ I Mrs. Eva 'Merle Fortner, who has meeting Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. M. S. will be held Tuesday after- Rates ReasonableW.
I ...........-- been employed in the local Western P.-T. A. noon at 3:30 p. m. H. Johnson, Mgr.
Gene Powers told of the role I
Mrs. 'R. C. Nowling and W. N. Union office for the past few II Association meeting time changed
in the effort. -
of the P.-T. A war IS _
Martin were in LaBelle Wednesday, months, left yesterday to return_ from January 28 until Febru-,
Mrs. G. :B. Thomas described the
attending a special meeting of to her home in Live Oak. Miss ary 12. .
schools contribution to the war program -
ration board members and clerks. Gloria McDuffie will be employedin I
." She told in detail of the We cordially extend you an invi- J. M. COUSE
the office for five hours each
new math course and the physical tation to worship with us each Sun-
I Mrs.: James K. Weaver left this day, taking Mrs. Fortner's place. education program which are be-I' day at all our services. We can Counselor and Attorney at Law [

<_'.- week for Williamsburg Virginia, ing given in the local school for the each one help win this war by turn- Hopkins Building

to visit her husband who is stationed I Mrs. William H. Lanier left by I first time this year and which were 'I ing aside regularly to the house of Wednesdays and Saturdays

nearby at Camp Peary. I bus 'Thursday morning for Tampato designed particularly to meet the worship. Let us seek God's will for "
9:80 to 4:00
visit for a few days with her war-time needs of the pupils. Mrs.F. our Nation. Come, bring your
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. White of sister, Mrs. "W?W. Chadwick. She friends.
E. Conkling had as her topic .......
Ga. spending ten will also spend day in St.: Peters- I
Columbus, are a Health in War Time. Mrs. John
days in Clewiston, enjoying 'bass burg' with Mrs. Fred Henriksen.Mrs. Montgomery talked of children in COTTAGE PRAYER MEETINGThe I

.... fishing on Lake Okeechobee. Lanier's mother Mrs. Flora War-Time. Florist AgencyFlowers
Deans will return to Clewiston with
_'_ I Clifford Beatty of the school Cottage Prayer Meeting of I
:' Mrs. B. A. Bourne is spending her this week"end.Chief safety patrol told of the work' of the Baptist Woman's Missionary SO-' delivered here at n.

f J:r_ several days "in St. Mary's Hospital I the patrol, ,its organization and the ciety will be held next Thursday extra cost. Other towns, any-

:;: <- : West Palm Beach, on ac- Petty Officer Barney Mc need cooperation of parents and morning at 10 o'clock at the home where in U. S. add only cost of

\_{">._, count of serious illness. I Coy and Specialist '1st Class Oscar pupils in continuing the safety record of Mrs. H. C. _:Meador.. telegram ranging from 20 to

;,:: H. Eaton of the Fort Myers Navy of the school.HarryKenning 55 cents.
'
so, t- !: Rev. H. C. Meador returned last Recruiting Station were visitors inl ''of. Red Cross Field COMMUNITY CHURCH MRS. SARAH E. FOUNTAIN.

's.;;'j' Saturday from Jacksonville where Clewiston yesterday afternoon. They : Staff, who is teaching an advanced John X.. Montgomery rt Minister Western Union Office

r he attended Baptist State Conven- completed plans for a weekly trip to : First Aid Course here, made a talk Day Phone 82 Night 2791

; ;>', tion. Clewiston and will be here each I on the services of the Red Cross 1 i il' 9:45 '
fr Church
: School
r_ I Wednesday afternoon to interview to the men in the armed services I I I
11 OO
:_ Morning Worship. Topic, _
>:- I If those interested in Navy enlistment and to their families back home.
Mrs. Agnes Marshall of Rock l "A Second Chance." I

+t 'r Hill, S. Car., is here for a visit I Mrs. E. C. Mills presided a"t' the 6: 30-=Junior Christian; En II _, ,

;,/. :;: ': .with her 'd ughter, Mrs. Ruth Wil- T meeting,' and ,the fifth grade, teacher -:.I deavor. I -

}; :;"; ,: cox. e BRIDGE CLUBS I and room representatives, Mrs.I I- 7:30-Evening Worship. Topic, INVEST 10% OF YOUR
Hub Spooner, Mrs. J.. E. Frazier,
"
|'"Living the Christian Life.
Have y I Mrs. H. R. Knight were hostesses, INCOME IN
Sgt. B. J. U. S. Army, The Wednesday afternoon bridge i Choir practice will be held .in the

',,:;-V-.r who _has been stationed at Riddle I club met at the home of Mrs.Kea'thley serving punch and cookies after the I church Thursday evening at 7:30.

f :' ; Field for several weeKs, left this Bowden _this week. First meeting.The All singers are invited. I

'{':,.',;'. week for a new assignment at Do-I:prize was won by Mrs. R. C. Wil- next program, which will bed For those parents who have been War Bonds
,' "
:
-
-. .. : : ,than, Alabama.. f i son and cut prize by Mrs. W. H. in February, will be in observanceof having to miss church due to small
I will be held
Founders Day and
:, ',,:-' Lanier. Both were organdy lunch- children, the Mothers' Club spon-

Mr and Mrs. Troy Puryear of eon sets. Playing were Mrs. R. C. at night. I sors a nursery. at eleven o'clock \.

." Dalton, Ga., are spending a few Wilson, 'Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs.Lanie'r every Sunday morning at the Community -

< J days -here with Mr, Puryear's sister, Mrs. Carl Johnson, Mrs. H. SHARON CHOCHET'S SIXTH Building. IJ -

Mrs. C. L. Downs and Mr. Downs R. Hall, 111'5.J.. W. Ezelle, Mrs. F. BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED I The Community Church invites

x at the,Clewiston Inn. t E. Conkling and Mrs. Dave Alston., you to take part in the program
: afternoon Mrs. S. L. YOU
: AVAR
Sunday AFTER THE
and the worship services of this
Crochet entertained with a children'sparty
I Mrs. Carl H. Berner was hostessto church. We seek to serve all
'Mr. and Mrs. Keene Langhorne'have celebrating the sixth birth- :WILL WANT TO BUILD
her birdge club Wednesday even- denominations who have no churchin
moved into one 'of the Clewis- day of her daughter, Sharon.
ing. First prize Mrs. the community.IS YOUR OWN HOME CONSIDER -
Inn was_ won by ,
ton. Apartments. Mr. Lang- Games were played out of doors
e M. E. Von Mach and second Mrs.
by
4.
horne is an instructor at Riddle Mc- and Mrs. Crochet, assisted by I INVESTING PART
W. H.. Lanier. Mrs. Berner served 1
Kay Aero College; Eleanor and Corinne Von Mach YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID
salad and hot rolls to Mrs. R. M OF-THE REMAINING 85%
served refreshments of sa d .
,
,
viches'l
Hare, Jr., 1Irs."T.. H. Lanier, Mrs.
Louis H. Leiter, who has been birthday cake and orange I ,
R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. Ruth Wilcox, : I' OF YOUR INCOME IN A
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Wiandt The guest list included Gene BABY CHICKS CSi
Mrs. M. E. Von Mach, Mrs. C. E. c.
here, has returned to Memphis, McCreavy, Donnie Reams Paul --
Miner and Mrs. G. H. Small. ::
Heavy Mixed, $8.85 hundred. Light
Tennessee, and is being 'transfer- Bowden, Alfred Meadors, Marjorie Homesite
red to Miami Beach where he enters Brown, Wanda Bembry, Benny Pre- Mixed, $5.85 hundred. C. O. D.

e>,. ." Officer Candidate School. BAPTISTS ORGANIZING CIRCLE witt, Bernit Thompson, Manning Nichols Hatchery, Kingston, Geor-

FOR BUSINESS \\'OIEIOXDAY Carter, Shirley Marshall, Janet Casper gia. Jan29 .....

'-. Thos. E. Markette left yesterday Carol Arnold, Ronald Hare,

for Mobile, Ala., after visiting Mrs. 'Business women of the Baptist Janice Magill, Aubrey DeValcourt, FOR SALE-Lovely baby bassinet,

Markette and his sister, Miss Mary congregation are, requested to meet I Norma Jean Pollard, Linda and lined in blue satin. In perfect CLEWISTON REALTY

Markette, from last Sunday. Mr. at the church at 8, o'clock Monday, Jane Lee, Sue Cornette, John Perry,] condition. Box 6507, Clewistou

Markette is employed as a civilian evening, for the purpose of organizing -" Jerry Bolton, Timer Powers, Eddie and DEVELOPMENT
: radio specialist with Musgrave, Wayne King, Joe Schroeder -
the Army Air a Business Woman's: Circleof LOST Bill-fold containing identification -

Corps and has been in Philadelphia the Woman's Missionary Society.All .I Carol Joy Alston Jimmy J I papers. $5.00 reward if CORPORATION

',: until- his transfer,this- week to Mo- business women interested are Knight, Jimmy Cushman, Mary Ann returned to J. K. Keine. Phone .

bile. invited.i Cushman, Shari Land, Jimmie Waters I 47M, 2tc I IIk

I I Nadine Bembry and Patsy Cast ,
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CO-PILOTS DONATE TO

:MILK: FUND MONTHLY I '"""" "'- __,

: I:t j!jj; ORVILLA HOPERICH n:_ I The Co-Pilots Club met Wednesday -

.. X afternoon, at the Instructors
.'.
.:.
.-.:" .',...''. Club on the Ridge: Mrs. W. G. I NOTICE !

" :;: is now in charge of -!, :&::;:, Reid presided at the business ses I
members to
' sion. The voted contribute -

:-- :._:". : five dollars monthly to the I

Clewiston Parent-Teacher Associa-
i's .
:;:: ': tion's Milk Fund.
:;:::,
.i Plans were made for a Valentine Addresses have been _assigned to all
:::: nn i i3i =: party to be given' for instructors,
:;:::
y.;. .'. wives and dates at the club on the houses in the City of Clewiston servicedby
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;:.:: 3i:;: 'Beauty Shop :'i:'s:: evening Reid appointed of February Mrs. A. 13th.R. Thompson Mrs.- the Electric and Water System.

.,..J. general chairman of the event, "
? : :: and the following committees: Mrs. -

-., i 3 ,:' W. F. King, food; Mrs. Harry These addresses will appear on the

: ::,:..s: Brizzell music; Mrs. G. G. Glasgow current water and light statements.

: And is and trained h' decorations; Mrs. Ken Woodward -
.1 :; equipped to give t ::: ;
i :1: entertainment, and Mrs.
:;: : finest service in all types of beauty work. :,::j_:. Archibald] invitations.

_- ii; :::.j_;: The evening meeting for Febru- City of ClewistonFRID.
; ( '_[.
!"J. ..J.,. ary will be held on February third.
wt. "i'"' Present at the meeting were Mrs.
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'; :;:s; Phone 5 for Appointment f'T I W. F. King, Mrs, Archibald Mrs. I .. .,
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Kenneth Woodward, Mrs. D. H.

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CHEERFULOTO i T Gems of ThoughtIT

ACE&fIOLE

It's Wd for me. to sit ,W -M! SEEMS to me we can never

and Unit .6f=JACKSON GREGORY give up longing and wishing
.. while we are thoroughly alive.
Or sew up endless GREGORY W.N.RELEASE There are certain things we

se.' .ms,. .THE STORY SO FAR: Ann Lee and each cup-this time four. She nod- but he didn't get time! He died first! feel to be beautiful and good,
-Cole Cody, beneficiaries under two Identical ded complacently to herself when Meantime, as next of kin, I am taking and we must hunger' after
lCi 1'' .ther sit in wills made by Early' Bill Cole, in she,heard for the third time the soft care of things here. I'm sorry them.-George Eliot.

idleness which he left each of them all his money closing of doors. that I can't ask you to stay. Really, Give the world eyes. It will
and ,the King Cole Ranch, arrived In the
II I[ am !" see. Give it cars. It will hear.
"Man woman sorry
During or company
town of Bald Eagle by stage coach.
Just Wezvinglittle the Journey they were held up by which?" she asked herself. "I';\von- "We're not going!" cried the girl. Give it a right arm. It will act.

dreams.vcAr1. \. bandits and the driver and one other pas der! And ,what's he scared of?" "I won't budge, for one. He wasn't -Horace Traubel..

("! "a senger wounded. Arriving at Bald Eagle Only a moment did she loiter in your uncle, anyhow, just some sort All things I thought I knew, but now
;,aQ the wounded men were cared for by of distant cousin And confess '
the patio garden; its beauty was all or something.
-- Old Doc Joe. At the Long Chance Cole he didn't like The more I Know I !now, I know
Cody met Porfirlo Lopez, who Invited about her, steeped in the rare sweet you! Neither do It{ I've the less.
come over a hundred miles and at I
and
ness of the early morning she
Cody to drink with him. Through Lopez -OWENS. I
he learned of the death of Early Bill. was aware of it, yet her troubled Mr. Early Bill's invitation and
A thing of beauty is a joy \
here I
Upon arrival at King Colo Ranch, Ann thoughts kept darting away. Suddenly stay! forever.-John
Lee, accompanied bv Aunt Jenifer, was she whirled and scurried back Ranee's voice sharpened. Keats. I

WNU Features greeted by Rance idron. into the house, running to, her aunt "Finished? Good! Now you listento
Now continue WilD the story. "
in the kitchen. me-

HERE COMES THE GROOM ./ "Aunt Jenny!" she cried re- "What goes on here?" asked 'aman's ON \

p Ideal grooming for your CHAPTER VII prrachfully. "Why don't you helpme voice, very cool and calm, THE. e)
.. 'hair,.lOc buys a big supply 01 ? I don't know what to do! He all 'ost at a drawl, yet quietly em- HOME FROh / I

a MDROLlreEi NiC@} Ann cama close to the stove. doesn't want us here-he has as phatic.It Z.dIt RUTH WYET PEIARS IIIIN'' i

"What are we going to do?" she good as told us to go--" was Cal Roundtree, old Early '

whispered. "He is related to Mr. "Well, we're not going. Or are Bill's foreman. Hat in hand he came "DEAR Mrs. Spears: Recently \
First Story Cole; he thinks he is the owner now; we? in from the patio, stepping softly on sent for your stamping

We in America call ,the ground he"never heard of any will andHeis : "Of course not! Not, anyhow, until his toes because of his spurs. pattern of Mexican figures and

floor of a building the first story. terribly good looking, isn't he, we find out about everything." "It's'nothing that I can't take care used them for two sets .of.tea tow-

What we call the second story is Aunt Jenny? I like him, don't you? "Shush! Here comes Mr. Rance of, Roundtree," said Rance, very els and pot holders and a pair of
the first "storey" to the British. And it's going to seem like steal- again." curt. "Any time that I need you I'll curtains for my granddaughter.Her .

The word "story" derives from the ing from him-" Rance returned and stood in the let you know." husband made racks of then'i i

past participle of the old French "So 'he is good looking, is he?" doorway, looking in upon them "Thanking you kindly," said Cal that also helped to give the kitchen -
verb "estorer meaning to build.IT'1PAYS Roundtree and then a gay air.
sniffed Aunt Jenifer, hunting the coffee gravely. stood pullingone
A triangle shelf to fit in a corner
pot. "Well, so was our stage "I decided to put everything aside end of his moustache, then the the sink It had
near was put up.
friend of yesterday, Mr. Cody, for a while," he said, his eyes flick- other, while his serene eyes regarded an ordinary bathroom towel rod
wasn't he?" ing from the girl's face .to her the two women with the frankest

YOU "Why, Aunt Jenny! You don't like aunt's, back to Ann's and back interest. "Mopnin: ladies,",he greeted p MEXICANFIGURES

Mr. Waldron! Why?" a."am to Jenifer's, as though he them. "Me, ,I'm Roundtree, Cal-
TO DIBY, the first time houn Roundtree, used to be fore- FOR
"I haven't said any such thing.Ord ti-, .e for really takingHe a TEA TOWELS'
if you're asking why well, just man for old man Cole." He appraised r_ 4-CURTA1M5 ,
WAR B O N D the older woman at his leisure a AND I
you wait and watch, my pet. He P T HOLDERS 1 i
(1) They are the safest place in all the remembers to wash his face and no impertinence in his look,
world for savings. just unmasked then
trans-
your about inquiry,
hands, and he remembers
(2) They are a written promise from the ferred his investigations to the girl.
United States of America to pay you breakfast-and he doesn't forget to ,
His
but then
back every penny you put in. shut doors after him-and he doesn'tforget eyes brightened, most
(3) They payyou back $4 for every $3 to bar his door at night and eyes brightened when they met AnnLee's v.
you put in,at the end of ten years .. pull the shades down-and what I eyes. "It might be," said
interest at the rate of 2.9%. Cal Roundtree and sounded friendly
pay :you -
want to know is this: Is he goingto
You turn them in and get your "that Miss Ann Lee
(4) may you're come
cash back at any time after 60 days. forget to put our horse in the here to Bill?" ( ; %
The longer you hold them, the more barn and give it some hay! You up see Early i iI
they're" worth. just lift up those heavy eyelashesof I "Why, yes! How did you know?" l. I
They never worth less than the "I had mite of talk with hima /'
(5) are a a
high enough can
so
invested in them. They yours you 3 3V screwed to the bottom, and painted -
money you few before He
can't go down in price. That's a peek out of your eyes, and watch days ago, shortly cut-out scallops nailed to the
promise from the financially strongest what happens. And are you goingto petered out," said Cal. "He said as front. For the pot holders, he
institution in the world: The keep toting that satchel of how he was expectin' comp'ny. It
of America. yours scalloped both edges of a 4 by %-
United States
around every step you'take?" would be you and with you, maybe, inch board; painted it; screwed a

BUY WAR BONDS REGULARLYThis Ann clutched it the tighter. your aunt-Miss" Jenifer Edwards, brass cup hook in the center of ev- '
ma'am? he asked in that
gentle
advertisement contributed in coop- "I'm not going to let it out of, my voice of his. ery other, scallop and then nailedit
eration with the Drug, Cosmetic and < the stove. G. B. S."
up over ,
sight, not for little second not
one
,
Allied Industries,by the makers of Aunt Jenifer nodded.
*
until that other key-Aunt Jenny! /
DR. CALDWELL'SThe Do you that Ranee Waldronis "Pleased to meet you ladies," NOTE: You will enjoy these gay fig
Senna Laxative contained in Syrup-Pepsin suppose said Cal then, and offered a horny, ures. There are more than 20 on the
the one with the other key? Why, toil-blackened hand. "You're right transfer; all different and easy; to do. d
of course he is! Being Mr. Early Mexican Pattern No. 203'is'10'' cents if ordered
welcome that's'what Early Bill
Bill's nephew-" says direct from
Presidents From Ohio I'm to say to you, and to make I
Ohio has sent seven native sons "Son of old Bill's cousin," cor- yourselves to home long as you care
MRS. RUTH WYKTH SPEARS
rected Aunt'
Jenifer. "Or he
to the presidency-Grant, Garfield, so to tarry. He says likewise he's most Bedford Hills New York
Hayes, Benjamin Harrison, McKin- says. sorry not to be able to be here to Drawer 10
ley, Taft, and Harding. By the time Rance, Waldron returned shake you by the hand, him bein'called Enclose 10 cents for 'Pattern No.
to them-and again they I away to keep a date he 203. i

heard the soft closing of at least two mustn't be late at." He cleared his Name............to..................

How To RelieveBronchitis doors marking his progress-the table throat and clapped on his hat. "I Address............................... .
was set under- window ,
sunny happened ,to see the horse and bug

and breakfast was ready. gy. First, I thought maybe' the

"So you came in by stage last I I horse might like a drink of water

night?" he said as they sat down I I'1 and a forkful of hay; next, I says to

and Aunt Jenifer poured the three myself, That's a livery stable rig EASY TO B UY

Creomulsion relieves promptly be- cups of good hot coffee and served from Bald Eagle. Comp'ny! AndI
cause it goes right to the seat of the him his breakfast.Ann reckoned it might be ladies." Be sure to insist on I PURE ASPIRIN
; you
trouble to help loosen and expel genuine St.Joseph \ Quality Assured
germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto nodded, and told him of their pulled a Colt forty-five out of its I Ranee Waldron heard him out, Aspirin every .
soothe, and heal raw, tender, in- adventure on the mountain road, of holster stepped across the threshold. I his gorge rising, his face a hot con- time. You can't buy aspirin that can do
flamed bronchial more for so why pay more. World'slargest
mucous mem- the fallen tree and the attempted you
red when at last he said in
branes. Tell your druggist to sell gested a seller at lOc. Economy sizes, 36
bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding youa hold-up, warming to the recital as stock of them, as though he. meas- repressed voice bespeaking a cold tablets, 20c- 100 tablets for only 35c.

you must like the way it all its details thrilled through her ured them, perhaps to decide whichof fury,

quickly allays the cough or you are again, making much of each little the two did the thinking and de- "Roundtree, when you're wanted
-
to have your money back.CREOMULSION. happening-omitting only any par- ciding for both. They saw instantlythat here at the house I'll let you know. Plenty There
bill collec-
ticular reference to Mr. William Husband-You say the
during these few minutes his
I'm taking care of things up here,
Cole Cody. mood had altered hardened the tor is downstairs? _.
;
r for Coughs.Chest Colds.Bronchitis understand? ,
Rance heard her out without interruption fine of his lips was straight and Wife-Yes.
started to then turned and
Cal go, Husband-Well tell him to take i
,
then
said thoughtfully, firm, his eyes were steady and
back. "Either of ladies
Greatest Fault "It's a funny sort of thing, isn't it? stern. came you that pile on my desk.
know how to shoot a off? he j
The greatest fault is to be con- Why do you suppose they wanted to "You see," he went on, "this is asked gently. gun t ji
scious of none.-Carlyle. stick up the stage if it wasn't i
carry- really no place for you people at "
"Ann there, said her aunt, "can ,
ing a strongbox? What do you sup- this particular time. I couldn't pre- shoot your eye out at fifty yards!" A WAR WORKERS Ii
pose that the little man-What did tend to make it pleasant for

S K ll l IRRITATIONS OFCAUSE you say his name was? Jenkins?- under the circumstances. What you-I Cal chuckled. "Me, I'll make a l"/ JJ.J.,( At'7 I{

EXTERNAL what do you suppose he had on should like very much would be for point not" gettin' ornery around you, -jjJt4Ylf ,._1
him?" ma'am, he told Ann. He pulled a ,
acne pimples, bumps (blackheads), and you to come back out here in a few ,UlYJWW
ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve "We didn't find out," Ann told days and be my guests. I'll be com- Colt forty-five up out of its holster, -n Zl j jMLVEGETA1&E
miseries with simple home treatment. the threshold of the
stepped across
him. "He was badly hurt he didn't "
; into Bald Eagle you'll be
stay-
Goes to work at.once. Direct action aids ing ;
healing by killing it anything. It must have been kitchen and dropped the gun to the ; JiILAXATiH
germs touches. Use say a ing there 'at the hotel for a while? ;
Black and White Ointment only as dI- lot of though and the table. "Any time you want any- .
money rob- I could pick and bring '
rected. lOc,25c.50c sizes. 25 years success. you up you .
:Money-back guarantee. t3" Vital in bers must have, known about' it out again." thing, he said, "you just blaze : -t,(
cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous somehow." away with that; me, I'll be down .
Black and White Skin Soap daily.JUST "Well, now with things "My! You do sound hospitable!" around the corral somewhere, any- O In NR (Nature's Remedy) Tablets / ,
as
they said Aunt Jenifer.He how not too far off to hear it-Like there are no chemicals, no minerals, no -..
are, what do you ladies plan? It -
must be a terrible disappointmentfor frowned at that. "My dear Early Bill said, make yourselves to phenol derivatives. NR Tablets are different
lady," he said curtly, "just how, ladies and departed -act different:. Purely vegetablea
e e you not to find your intended home, step- combination of 10 vegetable ingre- ...
. host here to receive you. Are you hospitable I sound has nothing to ping softly, along with a scowling dients formulated over 50 years ago. ':.',

I e going home right away?" do with it. You were, invited, you Rance Waldron."I Uncoated or candy coated, their action
e tell me, by old Bill'Cole. Well, he's like him said Ann Lee when ':
"Cap-Brush'Applicator, Rance showed Ann the way into is dependable, thorough, yet gentle, as .
A makes"6ACNLFAF 40" the patio, flooded now with golden dead and gone, and as far as I know the two had gone. "Isn't he-" millions of NR's have proved. Get a 25t ',.

DASH IN FEATHERS., GOMUCNFAATHERf sunshine."Do that's the end of that invitation. Aunt -Jenifer jerked her head box today'. or larger economy size.NOW. .

you mind," said Rance when Were circumstances different-did I about and cupped a hand to her ear. \ ;

they were outside, "if I leave you a not have so much on my hands-" "Here comes the rest of the

few moments? As I told you, I was "Mr. Waldron!" cried the girl, world, I reckon," she said content .. \i{i'j

-I going through a lot of pretty badly her cheeks flaming. "I hadn't meantto edly. "For so far from everywhere, P? r "R zsl H

taessed-up papers and accounts last say anything like this, but I will we sure do see folks! Someone on CANDY .:.,.-!

night. Part of the mess I've got now-" horseback like he was riding a race. COATEDfWREGULAR ,...;
THE DIE fairly well in mind right now; I "Count four and twenty, Tatticor- Now who do you suppose this young '-:

think twenty minutes more with it um," said Aunt Jenifer warningly."I feller is?" ._:'
i J
IS CAST and I could put it away ship-shape. won't! I've counted'enough already They waited in the patio to find AT TO-NIGHT; TOMORROW ALRIGHT "X- :

I hope you don't mind?" Mr., Waldron, it goes againstthe out. He dismounted out under the c '?;":!

The advertiser cornea He hurried away, 'stopped and grain to come the first time into big oak, around the corner of the* ," .:
j jI
out boldly and frankly headed back to the kitchen."I Mr., Early Bill's home and start building just out of sight. Then MERCHANDISE ?,

in print, telling of never tasted such coffee," he talking like this, but how can I helpit they heard him coming on to the ,

his ideals,services and told" Aunt Jenifer. "I'm off to my ? You are distantly related to him, house-and then he came to the big I >"'- --= "," if .>J

merchandise. 'There- room for a little more study of those yes, but-Did you ever hear of his arch giving upon the patio, and saw

by the die is cast,and papers; I think I'll take another cup making a will?" them and lifted his hat- Must Be GOOD H .: ,:' ': l{
he knows tha must along with me." And, carrying the'' He laughed at her. Ann Lee 'gasped at the sight of be :< :

live up to that description full cup, he departed.She "Really, Miss Lee! Now, look him, startled. The twinkle came to j

or his advertisingis stopped what she was doing here; if there's' any will we'll talk glinting back into Aunt Jenifer's ti Consistently Aclvertisecl H ': J

of no avail. and stood with her head tipped to -about it when it turns up. As a ; ., !
one'side, listening with all her ears. matter of fact, I happen to know eye.Here came the young man of the BUY ADVERTISED GOODSTt1E l ls

She .had noticed something: Beforehe that there isn't any. Also I know stage, Mr. William Cole Cody, .. .
I had put two spoons of sugar to that he was going to make one- (TO BE. CONTINUED) ""






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never been debilitated by too much it is considered unholy to cut bread

dependence upon man. with a knife, and in mountainousareas

But its actual vitality is no greater \l lI'VE lJ of Asia it is treasured so

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THE CLEWISTOX NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1943
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: Harrison Smith white, No. 10,4-39, from the income but is reflected| 10 gallons each. 'pel'iod 15 'coupons September A. D. 1932. has filed same
Service- hi my office and lids made applica-
.Selective LaBelle; Bracks Scarbrough, white, in the amount of tax shown in the, have J been cut to 9 gallons each.\ tion for a tax deed to be issued
No. 10,475, Gen. Del., Moultrie, table on the reverse side of the! Period 2 coupons good thru Jan. thereon.following Said described certificate property embracesthe in

,(Continued from, Page 1) Ga.; James Major, colored, No. 10- form. ::G. Period 3 coupons good: tlirui i the County of Hendry, State of Flor-
Box 295 Clewistou Al- Taxpayers using return Form ireb. 19. Period 4 coupons become ida, to-wit:
484, Rt. 1, ;
Baker, Bristol, N. J.;
3, % Rudolph Govt. Lot 4, Section 4, Township -
:Henry Williams, colored, No. 611, bert Bailey Forester colored, No. 1040 obtain personal exemption \alid Feb. 0. Period ,> coupons 43 S., Range 29 E .
'404 John St., Houma, La.; Junior 10,486, 1509 Waters Ave., ,Savannah proportionate with the number of usable now. The assessment of the said property

:Edwards, colored, No. 642, % A. Ga.; Wallace Adams, colored_ months during which the particular: +' under In the the name'said of certificate E. H. Coachman.issued 'wan
K. MoNair,. Reidsville, Ga.; George No. 10,090.Rt..' 1, Box 136, status is held. Thus, for a person 1519 Auto' Owners Buy Unless said certificate shall 'be redeemed -
Gen.. Clewiston Sammie Henry Wilkins, who married on July 1, (who was according to law, the prop-
715 ; ,
AV. McClelland, white No. erty described therein will be sold to
Del., Bokclia, Fla; Henry J. Mc- colored, No.. 10,539, Shawnee Farms, not a head. of family prior to his' 1943 ;License Plates the highest bidder at the court house
the exemption door on the first Monday In" the,
marriage) personal
colored,
Charlie Sasser
: No. 768 Rt. 1, Box Clewiston; /
Bride, colored, I month of February, 1915, which latht _
<72:!, Clewiston; Leon Butler, colored, No. 10,568, Gen. Del., Clewiston; would be $850 (250 for the six 1st day of February 1943.!
}Jo. 786; Azucar, Fla.; Edward Morgan Lew Gene Pappy, colored, No. 10- months as a single man, plus $600 January 15 was the deadline for 1942 Dated this 31st day of December.

white, No 801, Gen. Del., Ma- 616, Rt. 1, Box' 10, Hatchechubbee for the six months as a married" motorists 'to drive without new 'l license -'I I (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL, "'. '
In this example it is assumed -' Clerk of Circuit .Court of
man)
Adams white No. 109,
Ala. Jack ,
,
Willie Jones, colored, ; is
lone, Fla.; plates, and Hendry County Hendry County, Florida.No. .
No. 815 Clewiston; Osie Lee Gen. Del., Miami; Robert Lawson, that the wife has no income.I) \ 101-Jail. 1, 8, 15, 22.
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still 25 cent short, according to
Married however, per
Rowell colored No. 813, Trenton'Fla. colored, No. 324, Clewiston; J.V.. personsmay .
------- -----
.; Thomas Leroy Butler, colored -+ Jones, colored, No. 356, Rt. 1, ''I file joint returns, even though one last j'ear's sales, R. N. Miller, coun-
Collins has no income, and by filing a joint total ofI I AOTICU OF AITIIC'ATIOX FOR'
', No. 858, Rt. 1, Bare Beach, Clewiston; Noah, colored, ty tax collector, said. A TAX DEED:
--Cle\yiston Sylas Adkins, white No.I No. 367, Gen. Del., Clewiston; return a couple married during the'I i 1519 tags were sold up to Tuesday (Senate Kill IVo. 'lC3)
Samuel David Dixon, colored, No. year may obtain. ,an exemption I
864: Ft.Picrce, Fla.; Joseph Stubbs, ." noon when the report was made.
446. Rt. 2, Swepesboro, N. J.; amounting to the exemption to I NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN, That
Moore, white, No. 886, Clewiston; J j Of this number 457 were the
I ISylvester 1 which would be entitled for tab-I Ray C. Hull holder of 'I.'ax''Certifi! ,
Gibbs i colored No. 447, ,
Wheat, .colored, No. S-, Henry plus the I "D".type,, 99 were: I "plain,," 125 I cates ,No. 159 to 169 incl. of 1927,
9o6-A-Gen.:: Del., Clewiston; Step-, Venice; Walter Berryman, colored, period of married-status, were "GH" and the balance truck 190-191 .of 1928. 83-86 of 1932, 57 of
No. 457 Gen. Del., Clewiston Leroy amount.. of their. individual ,exemptions 1933, 80 of 1926, has filed same In I
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hen -Sabq, white, No. 940, Clewis-j I and trailer. Motorists vho driveI : my ,office .and has made'applicn,- i
ton. I l| Davis, colored, No. 532, Gen. prior to their marriage. In without 1943 tags now are subject tion for a tax deed to be. issued
Glade Willie Franklin, : the example given the total exemp-I thereon. '
Del. Belle
;
Charlie Gray, colored, No. 947,1| to arrest.. There has been no extension Said certificates embrace the following
return' would -
colored, No. 760, Gen. Del., Dania; tion in a join be '
Rt. 1, Clewiston; Walter James : | of time granted: described property in the
Hollins, colored, No. 952, Gen. Del., I :'esterVhitehe d, colored, No. 784 $1100 ($25(5( for.each spouse for I .. County of Hendry State. of Florida,.
six months pius' $600 for; six to-wit: -
Gen. Del., Belle Glade; James
Clewiston;' Eugene Simmon, colored, Lots 12 to 16, 21 to 29, 33 to
I
months married status .
No. 962, Jensen, Fla.;' Willie B. "Crumpton, colored, No. 807, Gen. ) Ten per cent of your income 36, Block 40 Questend: Gov. Lot
City Fla. David Lee wire living together 2, Sec. 5, Twp. 43 S., Rffe. 29 E.
"Everett, colored, No.' 1021, Gen. Del.. Panama ; If a husband and I 1in War Bonus will help ti The assessment of the said 'prop-
Del,, Belle Glade; Willie Polk, colored Simpson, colored, No. 824, Gen. both have income and file build th2 planes and tans! erty under the said certificates issued
Del., Clewiston; Sammie Lee Nelson, separate returns Form 1040, the i was in the'name of Unknown
on
Rt.
No. S-1008, % M. Cordes, that will insure defeat rf Hit- Unless said certificates shall be redeemed -
1, Highstown, N. J.; Joe Jackson, colored; No. 618, 233 7th St. N.W., personal exemption applicable to a I iJfr rolcr arc! las JL..15 rrrt .. /s.XOTICL accofdinff to law, the property -

colored, No. 1019, % U.S.S.C.. Clew- :Moultrie, Ga. I married person may be taken. in'I I to the described highest therein bidder at will the be court'sold

'iston; Darney Pickney, colored, No., the return of either or divided betwee'n .-:! house door on the first Monday in
: OF ArriiGATioroit tort the month of February, 1943, ,which
them
in way _as they may I
1020, Camp Back Bay, Back Bay, Your. Income Tax- any r TAX 1)131211Senate is the 1st day of February, 1943.
Va.; Merry .Howard, colored, No. p agree, but the total' personal ex- .-.( Hill Nu. 1C::) I Dated this 31st day of December' ,
emption taken in the two separate .---- I 1942.
1078 % J. J. Scheldeler, Robbins- I -
(SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL;; -
yule, N. J.; -Henry Williams, colored (Continued, from Page '4) returns may not ,exceed $1200. NOTICE IS 'HEREBY GIVEN, That I Clerk of Circuit Court of
C. L. Couch, holder of Tix Hendry Florida
County
No. 10,007, Gen. Del., Clewis= Form 1040. The amount of the I cate,_ No. 137 issued the 5th Certifl-I I,No. 102-Jan. 1, 8, 15, 22.
ton; Fred Lee Royal, colored, No. personal exemption also varies depending Harry Kenning I

10,055, Gen Del., Clewiston; Willie upon the period. during
Ed Wooldridge, colored, No. 10,056, which the taxpayer occupied the --- h.., _J.ll<- ff. tt gi .- JI I

Rt. ''1, Box 88, Clewiston; Cleve particular exemption status. (Continued from page 1)

Grant, colored, No. 10,057, Rt. 1, The personalexemption for a Frank A. Taylor of LaBelle. W. Help America's Air Force ----.
Box 151-B, Clewiston;' Carle King, single person is ,$500 for the year; N. Bradnack, who is already cre-
'colored, No. 10,117, Rt.- 1, Box for a married person living with tificated as an instructor and has to Victory-Buy: War Bonds

70-iF, ClewistonEllis_ Simmons, husband or wife, $1200; and for a taught many classes here is assist- '. s r:rw i rr? yiraosaRRnlc
colored, No. 10,120, Rt. 1, Box 15, "head of famil$1200.. (Per- ing Mr. Kenning. 10 ? a + 'f' h Boeing B 17..in Flight

\Buford, South Carolina; Willie Wilson sonal exemption as head of a family -

'; colored, No. 10,135-lit. 1, Box has no effect on liability toI filea RATIONING "

, '295, Clewiston; Thomas Gale Davis, return.) For Federal income tax

'Colored, No. 10,140, Gen. Del:, purposes, widows, widowers, divorcees CALENDARCOFFEE .r

'Clewiston. and married persons sepa-
Cable Davis, colored, No. 10,157, rated by mutual consent, as well as
Clewiston; McKenneth Wheeler, persons who have never been mar-
coloret: No. 10,184, % H. D. Hard- ried, are classed as single persons.A Coupon No. 28 "became valid Jan. r :.l
ing, Plant City, Fla.; Ellis Morris, head of family is defined us 4will be good'; for 1 pound of
colored No. 10,193 Gen. Del. coffee until Feb. 8. Do not attempt
"an individual who actually supports -
Clewiston Paul James Jones colored to use ration book issued to
; and maintains in one house-
No. 10,206 Rt. 1 Shawnee a, child of 15 ,years or under. Check OFFICIAL, i iPHO
: : hold one or more individuals who OORAPHu
Farms, .Clewiston; Elija Smith, colored are closely connected with him by will be made when book Xo. 2 is .. ARMY

No. 10,215, Rt. 1, Box 125, blood relationship, relationship br issued. AIR CORPf

Clewistou;' Henry Merlin Braden:, marriage or by, adoption, and whose ':
colored, 'No. 10,219, Rt. 1, Box 43, right to exercise family control and SUGAR BIG AND POWERFUL !

Bridgeton, N. J.; Charlie Porter, provide for those ; dependent indi- Coupon Xo. 10 good for 3 pounds

'colored, No. 10,218' Gen. Del., viduals is based upon some' moral or of sugar through Jan. 31. Your,savings account can be big and
Carufhersville Mo.'William Robert "
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legal obligation. A single person, GASOLINEJan.
foyers, Jr., white No.. 10,225, P. or a married person not living with powerful( too thru small

O. Box 109, Starke, Fla.; Jesse husband or wife, may, therefore, 21 last (day for using number ,

James Coleman, colored, No. 10- enjoy a head of family exemption 3 coupon in "A" books. Xum- regular savings. $1 l_ or more e

:290, Gen. Del., Clewiston; J. D. !, under certain conditions. ber 4 coupon ,becomes valid Jan.

*"Raymond, colored No. 10,300, Gen. Taxpayers using a Simplified Return :- 22. Holder of B or C book that )I opens) your savings account

Del., Lake Harbor; Henry David -(which is permitted if the expires in January may get ,re-I

"Ferguson, colored, No. 10,318, gross income for the year is $3000or newal form now I

iBridgeton, N. J.; Johnle' Bailum, less and derived solely from Jan. 31 last day that Temporary.

/colored, No. 10,342,. Rt. :1', Box 126, earnings from employment and | or I "T" coupons will be issued directly Start The New Year Right

'Cle iston. from dividends, interest and an- by rationing boards. Beginning
Joe Oliver Milton, colored, No. nuities) obtain personal exemption Feb.. 1 '"T" rations will be issuedon I

10,386, Gen. Del., Clewiston; Thomas based on their status as of July 1 the basis of ODT Certificates ofWar II

Wilbor Davis, colored No. 10389 ,- of the year. Thus, "a taxpayer mar- :Necessity. Farmers shouldsee I

LaBelle; George Wright, colored ried and living with husband or county ascents aboutextra/ gaso i
No. 10,401, 238 Alabama St., wife on July 1 is entitled to $1200 line.
Harlem) Clewiston; Tom Jr. Jones, I personal exemption on Form 1040A;

colored, No. 10,422nt.. 1, Box 295, if he were a widower on July 1, his TIRESMotoriMs

Clewiston;' Charles Morris Lear, exemption would be $500, irrespective must have auto tires sf''
\vhite, No. 10,434, Rt. 2, Box 189, of the date on which he be- inspected by Jan.' 31. 4 t Op4A

Jacksonville; Henry Lewis, colored, came a widower. The amount of FUEL OIL

Ko. 10,444, Moore Haven; Henry the exemption is not deductible I Peiiod 2 still good for T ''
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