The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00975
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 24, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00975
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, "i E if"if"i l:.. DRIVERS WARNED>> Gasoline Shortage \.':.' ",...'., FREEZING WEATHERIN

Acute Here This Week ., ': '

The gasoline situation in Clewiston .' SEASON'S GREETINGS
i had not eased up any as the "...' :, "f-: ;,
t i iF News went to press Thursday (one .: I.

day earlier than usual on account of I ,- .

!F ." The attention of Clewiston drivers the approaching Christmas holiday), r : :". .: : ," .. ', With temperatures dropping to
la called to the Jed curbs and "noparking" I II and tanks were empty at'all of the ; j ;', '; below freezing for three successive
P r- sidewalks 'filling stations, most of which did ;,; ;
I markers on the / 1 '" mornings (Sunday, Monday, and
S L in the business district. The city I Ir not even remain open for business. Tuesday) crops in the ,Evergladesarea
Taylor, is Many planned Christmas trips had -,_, ,;
r: policeman, Marshall I., '. suffered severe damage and
to be' cancelled because of lack of
an effort to see that these the result on ,the current
ing mak-j cane cropis
than .
Atthis season more ever we pause.
business handicapped
and -
i ( are observed, and that no still unknown.; ,Sugar cane with-
I parked: in these spaces. by the shortage. Bus serv- to reaffirm our faith in the symbols of a. stands low temperatures, but can be
' t Congested traffic has resulted I ice to Riddle Field has been cur- 5 5 killed by freezing temperatures., It

,' from violatiin of the parking restrictions tailed, and even the Tamlami Trail Liberty Loving America and with _. requires several days after a freeze,

particularly in front of' Tours was without gasoline for delivery renewed confidence, wish you and yours.. I however, to determine the damageto

, the Dixie Crystal Theater and the I' of freight to. adjoining com- the cane, and no estimate of the

-corner on the highway near the munities yesterday.KIWANIANS. a,Happy ,and Victorious year. \: ,. } situation has yet been announced by
: office. the United States Sugar corporation.
t : !
{ .
Dog Licenses. '" ,- It seems certain that the Eastern

r; A warning has been issued by the ENJOY ,I ...ti:1.. T," ""J .:" '< :.,." ':", ..i. \'":.'>,'"...''.,..". .,.,.".0".., I division cane would be unharmed,
? city office 'that the ordinance requiring since temperatures there
.' an annual "license tax of : ,: .,,,.. :> -"r,.:,..,., ":, :..:'. ;,- '.'.. '. _"...... /.,.',-0.,.,#.."...... .;' ::::" '. I degrees higher than the Western '

: '$1.00 on dogs in Clewiston will be CHRISTMAS PARTY '. : : ;; -: : :' .,(;. :: : : ; division Sunday morning the
' N ; 1
: enforced : Western division registered a low of
:' The new license year began on I J'5THE ,.. 30 degrees at Benbow, Townsite and

L October 1st, and all dogs who are AT INN WEDNESDAYThe < CLEWISTON NEWS I Bare Beach plantations while the

without tags now are "tax delin-I Eastern division had temperatures

quents." The city marshal has been Ki-I : .. I ranging around 44 degrees. Monday
instructed that such dogs should be weekly meeting of the )\ temperatures dropped to a low

impounded. This action will cost wanis Club was transformed of 29 at Liberty Point, and 32 at

the owners additional fees, and if Christmas party Wednesday even-I i Miami Locks. There was a general

,dogs are not called for within a short' ing. Each member upon : ) j: heavy frost, and ice in many place

time after impounding the animals contributed a Christmas '' 1 I t. that morning. The Eastern division
which contained a child's toy. These 'uuH ---------------------- - -
:; will be disposed of in some humane )I' I had a low of 31 at some points!
I were, gifts, which were later opened I
; manner. and there was frost but
and enjoyed by those present, before ............................................... ..........................-.... I l' not general over some the entire area.it wa*
I I being turned over to the under-
H State Preferential On
I privileged child committee. This Tuesday, temperatures ranged
,I from 30 at Eenbow and Bare Beachto
committee will join the Legion com-
Plans I 34 at Miami Locks
Primary and there
mittee in seeing that the toys are )
was general frost in the area. The
Will Be Discussed distributed to needy families ,on M* Eastern division also had a general
I '
.. -_.... -". Our I frost that morning with a' tempera-
r.' rt-- The usual business was omitted at,
I', -- : ture drop as low as 29 in one lo-

TALLAHASSEE, Dec. 21-Plans the meeting, and Christmas songs cality. Wednesday morning, the
for holding a preferential primary added to the fellowship and friendly '! weather showed signs of moderating -

{ to let Florida voters express their spirit that,, prevailed among the mem in ( there was a, low in the Western

choice for a Democratic presidential I bers.At : ,!i division of 33 at Bare Beach. The

candidate will be discussed by the next week's meeting the presi I Eastern division had a general frost

Democratic executive meeting at dent-elect, Glen E. Etherton, will 'I with low temperatures ranging 'from

Jacksonville Jan. 17. outline the program for the coming '31_ to .34.Reports. *

'" ,. Committee Chairman T. W. Con- year, and vIIl announce his commitappointments C )
i ] from ,over the state indi-
,S ely, Jr., ,saM hjre, that it.was. "very"'prob'able' .,tee : cate that the--only severe frost' damage
"' 'the question .ofholding'J- -:"!'. 1, _
li, ". .: ;! was in the Everglades ,feection,
the primary would come up at the Men Released. 7 wher ", ,
.. the extreme drougbt-pr4wail-;
.. .
NM NN, : :N:N'N:N N;N NNN, :NON: .LN: : '
I meeting; adding: : n,:" I : ; fng over a period of months, caused

k "But I have not heard any com From Army To Be' the mucklands to freeze more .quickly -
ment. Therefore I am not in a position This week{ .more than \ j than when 'the water table .Is
: to know just what the committee Given Insignia --- hearts and thoughts of the ) 4}higher

: will do." j home are with you boys in ) Most of the Victory gardens, left

Main purposes of the session will I wherever you are. We: unprotected were killed by frost on
I 1----1 know it isn't.the sort of i
be to make, a formal call for the one of the three mornings... The tender
Democratic primary elections next (Special-Lapel buttons' for soldiers we'd like to have, if we'd vegetables such as beans and tomatoes -

May, set party fees which candidates receiving honorable _discharges it, and we know i'ts not -j\ were wiped out, while cab-

must pay and ,determine the -manner will be distributed here beginning either. We're just making / bage and hardier ,varieties survivedwith

: of selecting delegates to the today, the public relations office of it, and know that you some damage.Commercially. .
the same,-and we spend
national convention.. announced.
farmers who had
time thinking of the
The 1943 legislature enacted a I Authorized by the war depart- beans, tomatoes peppers or sweet
when we'll he. doing our
law authorizing the state Democratic I ment, the buttons can be worn by potatoes growing, were heavy losers,
make for some of the
executive committea to provide a the men returning to civilian clothes, : as these crops were killed. The
been denied.
we've May
place on the party ballot for namesof and will distinguish enlisted men largest vegetable acreage in this sea
f I mas bring :you happiness !
presidential candidates'"to determine and officers: who have been either I tion is in cabbage, which stands a
and plans for future Christm
| the views of the electors oft honorably discharged or transferred S chance of pulling through. Much

t_ 'the, state regarding the election of: to inactive status since Sept.: 9, 1939. ; cabbage that has been-damaged by
a president of the United States." The lapel decorations have been Already we've received the::cold will take on new growth,
Rules and regulations under greetings from many of I ; butit
distributed to installations will be slow in reaching maturity -
5, which candidates may get their throughout the' army for the Phelix Slonaker in Fort i| on account of the cold.
country pur-
names on the primary ballot would Wallace Arey in Laredo, 4)I
pose, and will also be awarded en-
i be made by the executive committee. Perry, Mission, Texas
listed WACs at the time of their Navy Now Has New
: Heretofore, state law has had no\ discharge. % Fleet Post Office, New ; i
D. Hooker, Jacksonville
: specific provision for a presidential
preferential primary but such votes Enlisted men honorably',discharged Lelter, Washington, Penn. ', I Smoke-Screen Device
I and officers separated'tr m the Miller, Jacksonville, and
: "have been taken in the past by unofficial I
service before the buttons were authorized -
,. of Rumpf, somewhere in
I > request the executive com
I obtain them by TAMPA, Dec. 22-(FNS)-Metal
may appearing .
mittee. The last time was in 1936, ,, familiar
of the
at an army post with their smudge pots
'when Franklin D. Roosevelt received
Among the lucky ones
Florida citrus
used in shielding
.dis h'rge certificate writingto .
or by
: t 242,906
votes to 27982'for
I ; army Installation and' enclos- 'home for Christmas are 'I' crops from chance of killing frosts

i Joseph A. Coutremarsh. ing any the discharge certificate I Roath, U. S. Navy, and I have been combined with, peacetime
-- Beardsley, Fort Bragg, ;
I I paint cans to provide the Navy with
t Parole Violator man is expected here from I an ingenious new smoke-screen device -
RATIONINGCALENDAR I'Beach for a few days over '1 that. opens the ways to vital

t t ,Faces, Life}Term. ". I i.:end. I.fuel oil conservation as well as Increased -
j : : !I protection for convoys and
if I Bedew Nail writes fiom !t battle forces. "
Meats, fats, 'etc.-Book three -
i r', ORLANDO, Dec. 21-James B. 'west Pacific that he is [I Known as a "smoky: float" the
brown, stamps L, M, N and P valid '
t l Rutherford, 30, the first person fine but misses Wilbur I[ new defensive weapon is a sturdy,
through Jan. 1. Processed foods I
convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment Dick Hooks since they've : I I chemically-activated unit designedto
I' -book four green stamps D, E andF
I under the Florida "Lind ferred from his present supplant slower and costlier
valid through Jan. 20.
'r' 'bergh law," will go back to, the state is hoping that his brother, methods requiring the burning of
t t. prison for life as the result of a Sugai:-Book four stamp 29 good bell will join the group large quantities of fuel in the boil

: ii-; parole, violation, Sheriff Jim Black for five pounds through ,Jan. 15. bell is a C.P.O. in the ', ers of naval craft, according to R.

t said today. Gasoline-in northeast and'south- is en route overseas so I C. Taylor, vice president of the

f', :Black asserted: that Rutherford) east 8-A coupons good for; three they'll be lucky enough to j American Can Company. Company
i,,! 'arrested recently in Tallahassee and gallons through Feb. 8. Elsewhere, i the same unit. ] engineers perfected it in collaboration -

r r.: returned here to face a grand larceny 9-A coupons good for three ,gallons '* '* '. | with Navy Ordnance experts, he

charge, 'would be returned to through Jan. 21. B and C coupons Guy Nelson who I said and devised methods of war-

\ 1:. prison. for life, regardless of the valid for two gallons everywhere sinking of the USS Beatty scale production.The .

I : outcome, of the trial. The sheriff I i except Rocky mountains' and Far Mediterranean early in compact, portable floats provide -

i said the action had been ordered by!I West, where they are good for three has arrived home on fin I' the means of laying a dense

: the state, parole board. I Ii gallons. visiting his mother, Mrs blanket of smoke at an, instant's

:i Rutherford who was employed Fuel oil Period, one coupons Bowdon. notice, and sink without trace when ;
;: here, was charged with grand larceny -f I I good through Jan. 3. Period two *, '* their vital job is finished. Application -

ou complaint of his employer coupons also valid in the entire From Mr. and Mis. C. E. of techniques and machines that

,.: after Rutherford allegedly had taken rationed area good through Jan. who visited here for a turned out their peacetime counter

the employer's car on an unauthorized 25.. Period three coupons also are last week we learned parts in mass quantities Taylor explained -
trip to Mississippi.. After his valid in midwestern and south 'their daughter Marie, now ,,-has enabled the company to i

5 arrest on the gralid larceny charge, states, remaining good through Marines. Marie is a produce them for the Navy at the i

5 it was discovered that he had been March 15 in the lIiddleV st and and after a "Stretch" at rate of several' thousand a month. '

.' on parole for a year after serving 11 North Carolina hospital Extension of the same techniques,
t years of the life sentence. ,I II coupons I II sent to Norman Oklahoma of can manufacture, he said, also

He was convicted of kidnapping I Cast and Far West and are valid:I Marie didn't think much of has resulted in extensive metal con-
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Not in Demand Tj r r / Gems of Thought

In China; Whiskers Few IT I A AIllU B M1-U9 ">:: '; W

.1 11 11anftt Clew 'f? THE never fragrance borne of against the flower the

Many Chinese men never use 3 .. ,I breeze; but the fragrance of hu- ,

fazor found,on for their little faces., if any If a, Chinese hair is): ,....-..........._- b Jane Corby SYNDICATEW.N.U.FEA1UttES,s'' xv"McCUUliE l\\\I\\\ (I\\\\\\I\\\ 1\ II\ man erywhere.virtues-Ramayana.diffuses itself ev-

fails to shave, he may grow 3 -Jan Payson sings In the floor show at "He did that. And he's after leav- Jan found herself between man Feeling is deep and still; and the '

thin mustache and scraggly beard, the Devon Arms. She used to sell magazines ing it all to me. who introduced himself as "Mr. word that floats on the surface '
but he can hardly hope for more, her Invalid sis- Is as the tossing buoy, that betrays
there, and support "Oh, Mrs. Mallord-I'm more glad Frazier, a right smart lawyer to
where the anchor
is hidden.LONGFELLOW.
Except in rare cases, the beard ter, Dora, but Paul Harris, the manager about it than I can tell you," Jan you," and Clem Hallack, the big'"brooch

will grow to a length of only a few discharged her when sho was late for cried. "Now you'won't have to work and bracelet man" intro- -
work on Thanksgiving. He gave her the Take the selfishness out of 1
duced to her
inches.To floor show when he found that the rich any more. by Mickey.Jan this world and there would be
"Listen tothe child! scoffed Mrs. smiled a little wanly and
knew her,
explain these facts, it car; William Anthony Deverest more happiness than we should
Influence would bring Mallord. "And what should I be do- shook her head in response to the
be said that nature does not thinking know what to do with.-H. W. -' .
only patronage. Jan, however, thinks Dev- ing if not working, as I've done all I insistent, "What'll it be?" -4
give the Chinese a rich'growth oJ crest Is his own chauffeur, Tony Williams my life? No, four hundred and "Oh, no. Please. Nothing to Shaw.

hair. The hair of the head is a ; and he does not dare ,enlightenher eighty-seven dollars is what I had drink," murmured Jan hastily. Knowledge is the only fountain

different matter. It grows well on because she tells him she hates left after I bought some new clothesfor With a pudgy forefinger Clem both of the love and the .',

both women and.men in China. II Deverest because of his wealth. The myself and Jack, as the lawyer Hallack reached out and touchedthe principles of human' 'liberty. <;' '

is black and stays that way until bring show is his not friends.a success-Deverest Harris blames docs Jan not advised me,to do. Imagine, if you, bracelet gleaming on Jan's Daniel Webster.Shoulder .;,> '"
advice from a law wrist. "Nice liddle junk pile ,"
can, me
it turns gray in old age. and she tells Tony her predicamentthat "
\ Harris thinks she knows Deverest. yer! But I put the rest of the money there. '- ,C

away and now I can die easy." "It is pretty, isn't it?" agreed ,

,CHAPTER IV I In the back of her mind Jan was ,' Jan, "I think it's wonderful the way Cape That .:,:.:
Coughsfrom going over what Mrs. Mallard had they can imitate diamonds nowa

The sunny morning wore on. Jan said about her legacy and Jack's days." Gives,Bit of Warmth ;:
common colds all wonderfully good "Imitation!" cried the wide- ::.. ;
returned to the room after rehearsal club. It. was now .,. ... .
fortune for the Mallard family. Kind awake and astonished Clem."That's _"_.0 '
glowing after a bit of unexpected "f
On .,
That Hang praise from Zambrini. A new verse of Tony, too, to take such an inter- no imitation, sister." 1 "- .- -
Bells est in the boy. He must be spend-' By this time their talk had ,at- '
Creomulsion relieves promptly because had been added to her Jingle -.:> r-J
it goes right to the seat of the song, and the orchestra leader de- ing quite a lot of money on him. tracted the attention of the rest of ;

trouble to help loosen and expel clared she had learned it perfectly. Suddenly, Jan was struck by an- the table. %
germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto Dora was napping, so Jan retiredto other thought. That legacy of Mrs. "If ..I were in ,the mood I could &

soothe and heal raw, tender inflamed the bedroom and busied herself Mallord's-it was rather funny that tell you where that shining bauble fi.
bronchial mucous In ein- "
this uncle should turn out to have came from, observed the grinning :
branes. Tell your druggist to sell you with the little details of mending
B bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding which kept her show costumes in money only after Tony Williams had Mickey. "If you look closely you

you must like the way it good condition. The muted ring of called at Jan's old home! will probably find the initials W. A.
quickly allays the cough or you are and went D."
Jan her
the house telephone interrupted her picked up purse
have' back.CREOMULSION.
to your money The rest of the evening was a
down to the lobby.
and wakened Dora. The clerk was
nightmare to 'Jan. Sick with horror r
the arrival of Dr.. Curtis.
"Jan!" she had idea how she finally
for Coughs Chest Colds,Bronchitis Jan stood watching the doctor'sdeft +ny, ,
"Why, Dr. Curtis!" exclaimed managed to getaway from the oth- 1y I I y +cfN 4y
her amber
movements eyes
ers and to her apartment.
she felt Jan."Dora escape
Upside-Down Parrot glowing with the gratitude be couldn't be, better, nor in Mickey's reference to supposed
for him. How wonderful it must
The blue-crowned parrot of Aus initials inside her bracelet had not
have lifetime bringing
tralia hangs upside down from a to spent a disturbed her. She had steeled her-
happiness to others! Of course
self to such references feeling thatit
branch to sleep. ;
Curtis had not really spent a life-
was part of the .role that, lor
time yet, Jan reminded herself; ii\Ift Dora's sake, she had to play. It was

FOR\1 Tony had revealed that the doctor \ 1f I t t1 the knowledge that the bracelet
was only a little over thirtyfive.Then .
had her valuable
CHAFES MOROLltJE I ; Tony given was
Dr. Curtis looked at
AND \ I suddenly that frightened her.
SCRAPES\ I PETROLEUM JELLY her above Dora's fair head and said

quietly: "Some party last night."

"I think this young lady is about Molly, the telephone operator, f ;

Long WindpipesSome ready for our experiment." J r PaFA turned eyes full -of eager curiosity I < -.

whooping cranes have Jan could only stand and stare at toward Jan, stopping her as she I
five-foot windpipes. him. He had always refused to ad-. tried to pass her switchboard. Jan ;

mit that operation would be any- smiled, but refused to be drawn -',, '.

thing more than experimental in na- into conversation. 'c

ture, although Jan suspected he "Sorry, 'Molly, I have to rush," 5608 ,

hoped it would give Dora a new life. apologized Jan, and fled up the lob- l i w n,' a.n.M .n n.n. nNrt N p ,
"Oh, Jan, isn't this wonderful?" by.Her .( :

"Of course, dear," Jan swallowedthe mind was so full of Brad J A

lump in her throat and tried to r Curtis! that she had. forgotten Tony t.

be casual as she answered her sis and the problem that confrontedher
it and have il '
ter. But she could not overcomethe as she entered the hospital reception -' CROCHET now ;
horrible fear that Dr. Curtis' room. Tony standing by ready to wear when 'the wintry :.

simple,statement had aroused. Dora the window, whirled at ,the soundof days make their-appearance-:

-her helpless, little sister-lying on the opening door and was puz- make one for 'a gift to' a friend

I an operating table! The smell of, zled as he saw the light go out ofJan's who appreciates a "bit of\varmth"!|
about the'shoulders! 'The'
of wait- delight-j
ether-those dreadful hours face.

ing without being able to help. She "Hello: Tony," Jan said lifelessly fully pretty, soft pink cape is 17\j\

heard Dr. Curtis' voice as from a in answer to the "Hi!" that was inches in depth, requires only 4+
1-ounce balls of yarn and is veryeasily )
great distance. his habitual greeting accompaniedby

"Your sister is going to be fine, a hand snapped upward in sa crocheted.
Jan. She's been one of, my best \Y i II yTi lute. "Let's get going. Dora's prob-
' 11II1
To obtain complete crocheting
R o vI7 .M patients so 'far, and I know 'she ably waiting." tions for the Shoulder Cape (Pattern NO.1 '\,

O isn't going to disappoint me now." 5603) send 16 cents in coin, your name,
He patted the pale slender hand lying : The uneasiness that had grippedher and address and the pattern number.I
earlier in the day envelopedJan I
Pie on the coverlet and rose briskly. HOME NEEDLEWORK f
"gtding z% again like a cloak as she
star of j O owe Only then did Jan remember that 530 South Wells St. Chicago.'
mount pictnt roomed the question of paying for the opera- stepped into the car. Tony used
,hrell Smaay
this car as if it were his own.
$ollyw powder.pP7 tion had not been discussed.

formed use Calox Too& Robbins, Inc.' "But" -but Dr. Curtis! .The money =- "- -., -'- The ,thought so that stabbed she spoke her sharply consciousness be--

1 icKessonrt,Cow His- warm hand rested reassuringly "Imitation!" cried the now wide- ,fore Tony pressed the starter. ...
100THAI on her shoulder a moment. "I awake and astonished Clem. "I've decided not to go shop-

o" POWDER 'haven't mentioned it, have I?" he better hands," said the doctor, "but ping." They had planned that this

asked, smiling.The I've been wondering if somebodyshourdn't was to be a shopping day. Grove's Cold Tablets are a real medicine -
"You haven't time?" Tony asked."I !They're like a doctor's prescription -
look after you. In fact, I that Is, multiple medicine.
morning after Dora's opera- have to do something else. She a
tion; Jan returned to the hotel with was coming up to prescribe lunch- fished around in her bag and drew With prompt decisive action, they
with work on all these usual cold symptoms -
feet that 'fairly danced across the eon for"you me. out the bracelet that the odious ...relieve headache-ease body

lobby. "Oh! Clem had admired the night before aches-reduce fever-relieve nasal
Jan could not repress an excla- stuffiness. This is real relief when
"Dr. Curtis said she would surelybe "Take it back I can't
: Tony. suffering the common distresses of a
SNAPPY FACTS mation that was half pleasure at
home :in time for New Year's, bear to think that you-" cold. Take Grove's Cold Tablets exactly -
Jan said breathlessly to Paul Har- the thought that such a busy doctor as directed. Rest-avoid expo-
"That I what? said Tony, mys-
ABOUT should find time to think of her- sure. Get Grove's Cold Tablets from
ris. For once his iron reserve tified making no move to take the druggist today. .
I } seemed broken and he had to clear and yet dismay at the .recollectionthat bracelet. She slipped it into his .Save Money Get Large Economy Slzt

his throat before' he spoke. she was ,even then on her wayto overcoat pocket.

.riJriRUBBER "I-I'm delighted to hear it, Jan. meet Tony. She explained as "Let's not talk about it," said '
well as she could that the luncheon
Dora has become very-very firmly Jan. "Only-only don't give me
date was out of the question; she
established in my-in all our affec- anything like that again. Please,
was meeting a friend within a few.
tions. Last night when you came
The war and the crude rubber Tony.

i shortage have given emphasis back, from the hospital I was afraidJan minutes."A girl friend? I'll take you both That wasn't what. she had meantto
to synthetic rubber but for say. She had meant to be stern,
I more than 70 years prominent looked up and rememberedthat to lunch: and at the same time pleading. RHEUMATIC PAINIInd

chemists in Europe,Russia and she, had heard Paul's wife had Jan's color rose a shade higher, She would coax him to tell her the
Ii the United States have been as she explained haltingly that it. pot Spoil your Day-Get after It Now
died in a hospital following an opera- the bracelet make him '
truth about Don't put off getting C-2223 to relieve
working on the development not a girl was meeting.
i tion. For the first time he seemedto was promise to return it however he' had pain of muscular rheumatismand
i of this substitute for natural "My date is with Tony Williams,
her not stern and worldly hotel managed to come by it. other rheumatic pains. Caution:
rubber. but friend. she said at last. Use only as directed. First bottle
I manager, a sympathetic "Why, that's just fine!" he There was a silence. "Okay, purchase price back if not satisfied.60c .
One tapper can collect about six Later, when she answered a ringat beamed. "I know Tony well. said Tony ''finally. "If that's. the and $1.00. Today, buy C-2223.
gallons of latex from a morning'stapping "
I the door, Jan was surprised to way you want it.
on a rubber plantation. see her former landlady, Mrs. Mallard "If don't want to shopping,

I This yields about 20 pounds ofy' framed in the doorway."I Tony had parked the car around maybe you you have time for a ride?"
, ,, ,would have taken them to the the corner, the usual parking place, Tony asked."I For ONLY 1O/Now

\ The first scientific or commercial hospital to your sister, only I out of sight of the hotel. And there think not," said Jan. "You'verun Less than

j i interest taken in rubber couldn't get there during visiting was Tony behind. the wheel of the up a lot of mileage on my ac

I was evidenced in 1745, when hours ." she began. "I'm taking count."
Charles Mario de la Conda- car."Oh dear Jan to her- n
chance ,
a away as long as .Plr. 1 I
mine made a report on this this, anyhow. How is the poor"darling self, "wait 'til he hears!" "Oh, there you are, Jan!" ReNCp {)

substance to the Paris Acad- ?" "Hello, Tony," she began as they Paul Harris, stepping from behinda
of Sciences.B.FGookjch.
emy "She's just fine, Mrs. Mallard. stopped beside the car and Tony screen, set down the Christmas

tfP7 Everybody says she couldn't be bet- leaped to the ground. "Dr. Curtis wreath he was carrying close to 'a
I leaving the ho- pile of evergreens on the table.
ter. ,Jan pulled forward an easy met me as was 1; a dose
chair and settled her visitor com- tel ." she stopped awkwardly. Jan's face paled. Paul had given Use only as directed.iRQWDER .
?" said Dr. her suite to someone else! A wave
fortably. /'Let me help you off with "How' are you, Tony
your coat." Curtis, looking, Jan thought, unnecessarily of anger swept over her suddenly. I

"I don't know as that's neces- patronizing. "Somebody else taking these

sary," the woman replied, smooth- "Very well, thank you-sir," rooms?" she asked. :

ing the plaid design over her knee. Tony added. Paul moved across the room and

"It's new, isn't it? And I do like There was a big crowd at the pinched her cheek. .

your hat, Mrs. Mallord." show that night. Jan's song was applauded "Always the little worrier," he AT FIRST

"I'm after having myself a com- with gusto, and she had to commented. "I'll have to begin SIGN OF A D

plete, new outfit." give two encores after the Jingle giving you lessons, Jan, in lookingon "C

"Really, Mrs. Mallord! Don't tell Bells number. Later Paul Harris 'the bright side of things. We

me someone's left you a fortune?" sent word ,to her that a group of have to have the place looking nice ', q

; "Well, now-and that's just what prominent business men had takena for our Dora when she comes home 666

__ I happened," began Mrs. Mallard table and were anxious to have and of course we want you to be
"You mean your uncle had mon- her and some of the other girls pleased too, Jan. 66 T BLETS SALVE.. NOSE Dl PSRazor
ey?" Jan interrupted. share it with them. (TO BE CONTINUED)



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Must Have Been a St .t'
,Politicos at the BeginningOver ?" ASK At E ?

1 A quiz with answers offering !?
a cup of coffee at the cluba
doctor claimed that his was the n ANOTHER.informationonvarioussubjecjs
5 oldest profession. "For," he said r n ttt \ 111,111 \ t11 1
. . ..........................._,_____ _
"Adam's rib couldn't have been t ,t t t'
removed without, surgeon to perform Released by Western Newspaper Union. 1 E 5CREEN The Questions The Answers
the operation." ADQ( I

"Yes," said the architect, "but SULFA FOR COLITISOne By VIRGINIA VALE 1. How many members has the. 1. About 700.

'" before that the world had to be Released by Western Newspaper Union. British house of lords? 2. The tortoise, whose maximum -

created out of chaos. And, you. of the common afflictions is COMO the Columbia 2. Which is the slowest moving speed is about one-tenth mile
will admit, creation implies an colitis. Colitis should, perhaps, be PERRY : animal? per hour. --
+ architect." called a persistent diarrhoea in -I network baritone, prides him- 3. A misogynist is one who does

There in their which considerable mucus is found. self on the fact that most of his what? 3. Hates women.
was a politician
midst. While "ms" means'inflammation fan mail comes from war plant 4. How many vocal cords has ,4. Two.
of," the human larynx? 5. Yes. Although tattooing '
workers soldiers and their pre-
on gentlemen he said. ,
it is felt that colitisis 5. Can tattooing be obliterated? dates Christianity, no way to obliterate -
"You must it back still fur-
carry wives and sweethearts. With
not true
a 6. How many volcanoes are it was discovered until a
ther-to chaos. And where thereis mation of the colon 20th Century Fox introducinghim known to exist in Ireland? few years ago. Today 18 methodsare
cian.chaos" there must be a politi- (large intestine) but to the movies in "Kitten on the 7. How many amendme to in use.

ii more of an irrita Keys" early next year, his career the U. S. Constitution are includedin 6. One hundred and seven.
F'.!;c tion. Just as the sounds like a movie plot. He wasa the Bill of Rights? 7. Ten.
stomach is influenced barber in Youngstown, Ohio, but
by the emotions just couldn't help singing; in 1935 he

so also is the abandoned the barber shop to sing Submarine Crews Now You breathe freer almost -
large intestine, caus- with Ted Weems' orchestra, and has Instantly as Just
ing spastic move- been singing ever since. He marPERRY Identify All Fish Sounds 2 Drops drops Penetro Nose
open cold-
Dr. Barton ments which increase RI1pT; cloggedheadnosecolo give
"' '
the amountof air.
Seamen who operate the listen-
juice in the intestine resulting in i ,u.. Caution: Use only as
r ing devices on our submarineshave directed.25c.2'i times
diarrhoea. Occasionally the spasms in the past frequently mis- Penetro as much tor 50c. Get

actually close the intestine in places t, taken the ,purring and drumming Nose Drops

f for a time and constipation occurs. ; ? o : noises made by some kinds of fish 1

E;. The treatment of this simple formof "',. for those of the propellers of an
n Lt"LtIt : colitis (mucous ,colitis) is to' have approaching vessel. ..Manufacturers' Agents '
the patient try to develop calmnessof :" And Sales Agencies i
r; Today these
men are
spirit, avoiding emotional disturb- / w C a We are in touch with I'
more than 10.000
ak to
identify virtually all fish
t established
manufacturers of all
ances whenever possible, and avoid- .- w types. i
sounds, having been taught to rec- Many of them are now looking for new
ing rough foods. manufacturers' agents; or sales agents for
ognize them from a series of recordings well established line or for new interest- i
There is, however, a severe formof made for this purpose. ing product. We suggest that you write us''
HAGON h colitis, known as ulcerative colitis : Q yC y looking at once for.telling We us can what place type your of line name you and are

in which pus and blood are'foundin qualifications before many of these manu-
the stools. This is often difficultto What is the most welcome facturers.NOTHING-the THIS COSTS manufacturer YOU ABSOLUTELY -
gift pays os j
DO THIS I To relieve discomforts, for our services. The United
diets States is head-
cure requiring special com-
one; of the best things you can do you can send to a man in the ing into a giant sales boom. Begin now to i
Is put a good spoonful of home- plete rest of mind and body, sooth- service? Well, surveys among select the fast moving product-the line
tested Vicks VapoRub In a bowlof ing and cleaning enemas and, in service men themselves show that once that will for more make information you large profits.to: DANFORTH Write at
boiling water.
many cases, surgery. CLEARING 11OUSE. Babson Park. Mass.
Then feel the wonderful relief one of the favorite packages from i
come as you breathe in the Although the sulfa drugs are' used COMO home are cigarettes. And first
steaming medicated vapors that with great success in acute or early choice among men in alllhe'serv- IRRITATIONS
penetrate to the coldcongestedupper infections, they have 'not been so ried his childhood sweetheart ices is Camel, based on the actual S Kill OF :
breathing passages! See
how this soothes irritation,quiets successful in old or chronic cases. brought her up," sayshe. "Walkedher sales records 'in Post Exchangesand .. EXTERNAL CAUSEacne I
coughing, and helps clear the It is gratifying, therefore, to learn to school and kept the big boys Canteens. Though there are pimples, bumps (blackheads), and
head-bringing grand,comfort that the'sulfa drugs have been suc- from teasing her." And there's a now Post Office restrictions on miseries ugly broken-out with simple skin.home Millions relieve
FOR ADDED RELIEF ...rub throat, cessful in a number of cases of ul- young son to complete the happy packages to overseas Army men, Goes to work at once. Direct action aids
bedtime.chest and Vicks back with VapoRub works at cerative colitis.In family. you can still send Camels to soldiers Black healing, works the antiseptic way. Use
VapoRub and White Ointment only as dl-
for hours-2 ways at the American Journal of Diges- --7: in the U. S., and to Sailors, rected.lOc,25c 50c sizes.25 years success.

once-to from distress.bring Try relief it.VflCKS V VAPORUB tive Diseases, Drs. M. A. Mills andT. Joy Page is the 19-year-old daughter Marines, and Coast Guardsmen cleansing Money-back is good guarantee soap. Enjoy S3? Vital famous In i
.,T. Mackie, New York, report their of Mrs. Jack Warner, who's the wherever they are.-Adv. tBlack and'White Skin Soap dally. i
results in the use of sulfathiazole, wife of Jack Warner of Warner i
sulfaguanidine' and sulfadiazine in Bros., but she has taken 'to the

i Wasp's Nest the treatment of 109 unselected cases movies 'via Metro; she is working c.

I .:, Wasps build a nest by tearing of acute and chronic ulcerative co- -"Kismet," with Marlene Dietrichand

off small pieces of dry wood, litis at the colitic clinic of the Roose- Ronald Colman, and has along-

":. chewing them into a pulpy paste, velt hospital. Thirty-six patientswere term contract. ruFF

and spreading them out to dry. treated with only one drug. -E--: :

Sulfathiazole used in 58 proved most Farley Granger, 17, used to read
!j''i effective in acute cases. Of the 59 want ads and pick up odd jobs that -

''i Yr. 3IiliM patients with the disease in acute, way for week-ends and after school.
)". active, chronic and convalescent He saw a four-line ad in a Los An- CAMELS S.TAYFRESH.

!: thi stages treated with sulfathiazole, 23 geles newspaper, "Boy, over'17 but
.. were decidedly improved, 23 defi- not 18; theatrical experience desir- i
, i Ii IiI I ,nitely improved, 8 were not im- able but not essential. Send photo

:f fi WDptD'S ASPIRIN LARGESTSEILERATIOArmy proved and 5 were not able to stand and brief biography." That's how ry' .
i the drug. Of the 109 patients given come that he has the romantic juvenile '

the sulfa drugs, 15 have remained lead opposite Anne Baxterin 111111 because
; :I cured for months, 35 have no symp- Samuel Goldwyn's "North Star," they'repacked
\II.I. Parachutes toms but are still under treatment, plus a seven-year contract. 1
i i. Parachutes varying in diameter 25 have symptoms but are gradually --7 ( to go

: : from 2& to 48 feet are used by improving, 17 are unimproved, 7 Louise Larabee's ambition tobe,
''I\ i ; the army. The larger ones drop have undergone operation," 4 are an actress led her first toward the round the world -'

I ; I ton and a half loads. dead, and the condition of. 6 is un- stage-but'' legitimate theater man-

I known. agers wouldn't even give her
THAT Yanks from I
the Solo-
QO to
II I II I am passing along this informa- audition. She got a chorus job in
I tion so that discouraged patientswill films, and tried for leads in west- i" O,mons will get their cigarettes fresh,the ....: ,
I I ; .
ask their physician about trying 'erns,-.though that wasn't quite what W A&t, way they like 'em, Camels are packed to 1$
. I the sulfa drugs. she wanted. 'So she headed for New .,+{:.,<.}."... ...seal in that famous Camel flavor and mildness :'
; x':::; : i
I York and ,radio; now she's the very anywhere for months at a time. ..%' beautiful menace on NBC's "A Woman .
I I t I Cleft Palate Case of America."

,I,j. There's Rood reason why PAZO ointment Can Be HelpedRecently --- .;rThere's ,/ -
has been used by so many millions an epidemic of beard-
I of sufferers from simple Piles. First. growing on "Crime Doctor but t c : '
the :
ointment soothes inflamed ) :
relieves pain and itching Second.areas I received a pamphlet on crime doctor. '''himself, Everett 1: :
PAZO ointment lubricates hardened. the front page of which the ; .7:1v
dried parts-helps prevent and was pic- Sloane, says he was influenced, not :
soreness. Third. PAZO ointment tends ture of a small child with a cleft by his companions, but by Orson

to Fourth reduce it's swelling easy to and use.check PAZO bleeding.oint palate and harelip. The pamphletwas Welles. Welles asked him how much .-......iy.yfXv--: > -- Vy* '.-.v. w.-..&ft ww.
ment's perforated Pile Pipe makes application entitled "The Child We Have money he was making. "About
can tell you simple about, thorough.PAZO ointment.Your doctor Forgotten," published by The Women's $1,200 a week," said Sloane. "The NOTICE when you open your pack '
r Club of Philipsburg, Pa. moment I grew a beard I began get- of Camels, the rich,fresh aroma of

l What is a cleft palate and hare- ting two thousand," Welles told him, costlier tobaccos-taste their full, -v '
lip? It is a deformity of the mouth, So Sloane stopped shaving! round flavor, and notice how cool- C
i present at birth, in which the soft --7 smoking and slow-burning they are ,

: Get Your War Bonds & palate (part of palate at back of For six successive years, story- ,. good reasons why Camels are 1

mouth near tonsils), hard palate teller John Nesbitt has
To Help Ax the Axis (front bony part of palate) FIRST
jaw ,, Christmas week in a special radio IN THE SERVICEThe Y
I and lip are split. The nose and mouth adaptation of "The Juggler of Notre
have thus no wall between them. Dame:" On December 19 of this favorite cigarette with men : '

It is caused by. something interrupting year he will repeat the lovely storyon in the Army, Navy, Marines, and

the growth of the bones in the Preston Foster's "Silver Theater Coast Guard is ,Camel. (Based on et 4tp'Z c F
roof of the mouth and interferes with ."
actual sales records.
the union of the two sides of the -r---,,/

upper jaw and upper lip. Naturally, Radio fans lose a lot by not being
these children become shy and do able to see Georgia Carroll, Kay
not mix or play with other children Kyser's new singer. RKO has
and later in life
usually take
to their
up an rescue; the young Dallas
RECOMMEND '. from occupation others.which keeps them away beauty has a 'role in "Around the

World," the new Kyser picture recently -
"Practically all children released. "
born '
Il-' _.,
: -- ;
combined -
cleft lip and palate are ----r---/ I tt IH HELD FIRMLY? BYi'
now operated upon some time dur- Her
name is really Anne Elstner
ing the first three months. At this which makes no difference to ,a lot, : / ':- & jomfort |-"' .". !# : J

If You "Tire Easily",have low resistance to sides time the of lip the is upper closed jaw and the usually two of she people lives. in They Stockton know, N.her J.,by where her i0r !! .iIWi I

colds and minor ills-due to lack of the brought together." In this operation radio role of "Stella Dallas," and 1
Vital Elements-natural A&D Vitamins the groundwork is laid for
opera- the NBC actress frequently
.' -try taking tions to be gets bills NOW WEAR YOUR PLATES EVERY DAY-
good-tasting Scott's performed
Emulsion !- upon lip and from the tradesmen addressed to 1
f .- daily the year around!National survey palate at a late time. Some surgeons Mrs. Dallas. HELD COMFORTABLY SNUG THIS WAY
shows many doctors recommend allow a portion of the palate It's so easy to wear your plates regu- 2. World's largest selling plate pow-
Scott's to help build up resistance, bring to go unrepaired until the child is ,--- larly-all this day-when"comfort-cushion"held firmly Inplace'by Recommended by dentist for
Paramount figures that Director over 80 years.
back energy and stamina! six years of
Buy Scott's age. a dentist's formula.(
today-at all Sidney Lanfield saved them $100,000 3. Dr. Wernet's powder Is econom-
druggists I What about children who have not by cutting 65 per cent of the clinches I. Dr. Wernet's plate powder forms ical;a very small amount lasta longer.
IT'$ GOOD-TASTING undergone operation or operation called for by the script of "Let's BOO thing"comfort-cushion"between 4. Made of whitest,costliest Ingredient -
has not been successful? plate and gums-let's you enjoy solid -so pure you eat it in ice cream.
J Dental Face It, with Bob Hope and Betty foods, avoid embarrassment of loose Dr. Wernet's plate powder Is pleasant
specialists who treat mouth deformities Hutton. The kisses left in were of z.. plates. Helps prevent sore gums. tasting.There .
orthodontists now construct the peck-on-the-cheek variety. Be- All druggists-30#. Monty bade If not d light J.RECOMMENDEliBy ,
an appliance which makes it possible pause of this lack of dependence on
for the child to speak normally kisses to the
and carry story, the studio
i chew and swallow properly estimates that in time, money and

nerves the money: _was saved. I I I MORE DENTISTS THAN ANY OTHER 1 J .

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 104:* .
( t'
I-. commanding officer -I feels that she is filling a real need. Christmas Greeting from the boy. :
the RAF, a former 'L
I '"
CLUBS friend.
I BRIDGE unit, has i,
News of the Field's RAF '
The Clewiston II -:-- 'I delegation. Dick Owen came from
hostess at'' been assigned to the RAF up COrall\ '
I Mrs. G. B. Thomas was Washington. Gables, where he is in a Navy \ C C<< .t,'K'.1r' :tP.I < J-C ;
Wednesday in i i4C ,
Published every Friday In Clewistoi, I. the Christmas party of the this week Captain Thomas E. Persinger, who class at the University of Miami, and if 'J",<. 't ,.

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS afternoon bridge club, tallies, etc., was the first commanding officer of will spend the holidays here. I :.,<':. ,:
fnc. Christmas decorations A: American cadets at the Field, has '* '* '" I I I i/ i't ::
were in evidence at the party. to the rank of Ma A cablegram to Marcia Avant I.
living been .,
Editor stood ,in the
IvEATlILEY Christmas I Thursd'ayto
I from jor. from Wilbur Goff arrived
room and gifts for members beneath w give Marcia a: thrill and, a Merry I II ,
Entered as second class mall matte I the gift exchange were I BERNER HOME SCEXE OF I 1-

February 1, 1927, at the Pest the Office Act of in it. CHRISTMAS PARTY 'J .. \ '
Clewiston. Florida, under Mrs. J. W. Ezelle won two quilt- 1
March 3, 1897.Snbscrlptlou I covers as ffsrt prize,, 4Lt't
:- ed and card Mrs.table R. C. Wilson a Fostoria 1 The girls Sunday' School class School of Look to The I I f.t ;
Per Year The Community Sunday IfI'
Hate-$2.50 i sandwich tray as cut prize. thethe I : :
I nog and fruitcake held its annual Christmas party I '. "t
Ilntca On Application. II hostess served egg :
Advertising I II I to Mrs. Dave Alston, Mrs. R Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Future -

I Mrs. Keathley Bowden;,, Carl Berner, assistant teacher. Mrs. lit
11. Bishop 'I
and welfare I Hall, and Mrs. Berner were !It ,
Devoted to the advancement \Iis. J. W. Eze'lle, Mrs. H. E. W. H I
of Clewiston and Hen ry County I Mrs. W. H. 1ostesses.i I Ica
Johnson }
VIrs. Carl E. 1 1'I YlJlfTJD JOY
--1 I1 Lanier, Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. R. i Games were played and group en-I! II i iIi .
3. Wilson and her guest, Mrs. G. B. singing of Christmas carols was.

W. M S. ANNUAL CHRISTMAS I Thomas. Sr. 'I joyed by those attending. After The War i i a (
PARTY IS HELD I Mrs. C. L. McLendon was hostess: Refreshments of cake, ice cream I 'w f
I i of her candies were served to Grace To
to the Christmas meeting and II You Will Want f
home of Mr. and Mis. Ben I!t I bridge club Monday night. Mrs. Ward, Jean Bartz, Pat Bailey; Shir-I i
Bolton was the scene of the annua Etherton won first prize and ley Ann Owen, Jo Ann Crouch and; u A
of the Woman':; I I Glen "i Build A Home
Christmas party Baptist Mrs. R. ,M. Hare, Jr., second prize Carline Berner. ( MERRY
Missionary Society of the I \
The liv! at bridge. Has'i'i :
Church Tuesday !I McLendon home was decorated -!Navy Now
Chl'istmas The
room'was attractive in CHRISTMASR I Ii
ing and a Will You To
decorations and the' Christmastree I with branches of holly { To f. f.

with its blue and silver lights I, Christmas tree with gifts beneath it (Continued from Page 1) \ :.
the gift ex
and decorations was very pretty. i for each member, from servation, simplification of loading\\ Buy Your Lots and

Several contests were held and I i change. and handling problems, and cut al-\\ i J JI
hot. dogs BLESS
Refreshments were of l GOD
prizes awarded to Mrs. M. A. most in half the cost
hot drinks,
hamburgers hand.
received a Pyrex Thom-I fabrication by
as, who C.
I M. Hall, Mrs. R. I You
Mrs. Joe
who float is the
Mrs. E. F. Phillipe Heart of the smoke
I I Nowling, Mrs. Foy Durrence, Usmokegenerating ONE
towel. paint pail that
guest converted
sandwiches Glen Etherton, Mrs. Curtis Thompson chemicals and the EVERY i ii
Woodward, Mrs.
Mrs. V. C.
coffee, fruit and candies were: W. Law fuse attachments. This is fitted into t tt
serv-I and Mrs. A.
M. Hare, Jr., tr
er i
ed to Mrs. H. C. Meador, Mrs. a hollow floation chamber I r
Rogers, Mrs. WA.. Montgomery, rence.FORMER I solved from the kettle-shaped orchard REALTY t

Mrs. Gordon Bembry, Mrs. Leon I OFFICIALS smudge pot, and around' these i,
Bembry, Mrs. )!. A. Thomas, Mrs. HONOREDTwo compactly joined units is fitted an" DEVELOPMENT Judge and Mrs. '.,
\KE and
Fred Topper, Mrs. T. L. i I II open-bottom stabilizing "skirt, >
Tanner'l u
--- I II
Mrs. Fred Dunaway, Mrs I Riddle' perforated to allow for the wash of RMH._ f.
Phillipe, Mrs. C. R. Krueger, ,Mrs.1'I former- officials of week. waves and current and avert the CORPORATION
R. E. Peters Field are in the news this although it will
E. M. Cornette, Mrs. I of float's being upset M
Commander T. O. Prickett The t << -t;; .
and Mrs. Fred Sikes. I Wing function even: ,if submerged.!! f

,.., floats are loaded at coastal ordnance -.: :
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JIJ 1UI1ILIiL. JI \ stations. !:s2:-r r r:;-r r:'I-cr :to ;:t r2ra r--t 1:12'ror r rota 2r:t.2t o7 rorgr' --t--rr. r rr r: r2r r 3 1

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Parole Violator 2' s

Tax Collector Notice ,\ (Continued, from page_ 1) I I .. ,';

\\in Holmes county in 1931, shortlYi .

I after passage of the state, law. .. # tetmas heer if i it fi fit

i tenced commuted to death to life, his imprisonment.sentence sen-I : '

I Rutherford and two youths we:

,. convicted for kidnaping Mrs.- Sophia I G \ > '
I Phelps, aged Bonifay ,woman, duriian ---
: The othi erI # n
attempted robbery ..
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the of 9.43'are now open in my released on paro --.
The tax books for year I two men were : ---t-= i

office,:and if you have, not received ,your tax statement please about the samyp''tlme as_ c Rutherfor. 1943
card for'e; 'want' to make' a better; record on the -
drop me a I a
1943 Tax Roll than we did for '1942. In other words, I am Dr. Wells Assumes zf

cent. In this way we can run ,our \: .
hoping to collect 100 per \: "

schools and all _departments of our County can function. If (Continued from Page 1) Ii

I can be of any service to you at Clewiston_ in paying your surgery in Pool hospital, Port "

taxes and buying your auto tags,' I will be.at. Alston's Drug ton, .0., in 1934 and 1935 and C1iU-1 g

Store on Thursdays; December 16, December 23, December I In the U. S. army medical What matter if Santa comes in a ...
_ 30, and January 6 of 1944, and ,January 13, 1944, afternoonand [Fort Douglas, Salt Lake City, from ,
evening. I. 1935 ,to 1937. He became associa of I' i -_ jeep, just so it's Santa Claus? And it .., :'.

ed with the state department this IS Christ- H
Santa Claus! And
c. health in Kentucky in 1938, livinit r .' ,- is

Pineyille, and remained there Ul1-\\ mas. May the 1943 season be an ex-< ;
L.yf:.; : Lil the present time. :;; ; '
... i "; :
; :,. .- ---:--- ceptionally happy one for you yourfamily. : >
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; With Our Boys-
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: > :, ,R. N. MILLER,-. (Continued froth Page 1) II *r '
II but at New'' !
signment as nurse's aide,
t i iI
; TAX COLLECTOR. I River she found most of the P* -
I tients in the Marine Hospital were !1 MR. and MRS. ELBERT

'veterans of Guadalcanal. From Ii .
--... has seemed in-I: t.tt't"
'. then on, her work -t -t J -t$:: : ;
IIIIIIIIII I .. lilllllIlllIl! r- I JI!! worth while to her, and. she "' .tg -t: -C-t: : ".t: -I-C .t: (
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I. = :;. job. This is, indeed paratrooper, Santa, Claus, tostart ,his r

l; r94: Pi safety, will provide _.;:. -| occasion 'for Christ-. ri I friendly invasion. We just want to say

.. i mas cheer. -r landing, 1
; he makes a
j the things want u we .
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you .
; .+. I 1 1.1 right in your home, bringing you more

.t... :;: ( Our compliments to you, } Christmas cheer than. you've ever had' R

.s..l ::: ) friends, our thanks, and ( before. / -' /fi
s. .
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: .s... -;.-I f our most hearty wishes for RR

.s..s. r p A lrIV :;: J an enjoyable and, truly i

.s..s..s..s. I ::: j I # happy 1943 Christmas. seaji ji I i .f i

I aLC .:. i'son. 6P BOWL t
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; of love and good fellowship. In the same To these old customers, to new ones, and I
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: :most in Christmas. cheer. and..enjoyment.. w '." now joins in wishing "Merry. Christmas."
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DECEMBER 24, 1943 .-- -
FRIDAY, I lowing described land in HENDRX"
Florida Statutes
i I BIRTHS County Florida:
Education -
Mrs. Cliff Newborn of Tampa is I The State the right Board to reject of any and reserves all East la of Section 33, Township
45 South, Range 32 East, containing -
with her sister -
here for the holidays and Mrs. James Walter Sum- bids.By Board of Edu- 320 acres.
Mr. Order of the State
Mrs. B. L. Ingram. North % of Section 9, Township
announce the arrival of a son cation. 32 East, containing
mers L. HOLLAND, 46 South Range
[ Personals at the Clewiston Hospital Decem- Governor. 320 acres
: Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Rogers are ber 13th. The baby weighed ,7 ATTEST: outstanding Said area Grazing to be sold Lease subject No. 230 to-
Christmas week end with COLIN, ENGLISH
spending pounds and has been named James Secretary.. which expires December 16, 1946.
West Palm Beach. This notice is published in compH-
relatives in Ronald. Mr. Summers Is in the U. \.Dec. 17, 24. ance with Sections 270.08 and 27U.0

Miss Harriet Hayward of New Bob Ahern and Joe Garcia are S. Army. XO'rICE .: Florida The Trustees Statutes reserve 1941. the right to-. .

York City is the guest of Mr. and I Christmas week end in Mr. and Mis. Kenneth Woodward '1'allaba..ee I Florida, December reject any and all bids.{ # .
spending of the Trustees of The Internal
I of a son, Kenneth l.;,. 11)43 I By order
let. W. Bigg. parents
:Mrs. Sarasota with Mr. Ahern's parents. are Improvement Fund.
I Jr., who arrived at the HOLLAND,
Wodward, NOTICE Is hereby given that the SPESSARD L.
Christine Hutson is spending I Waters of Jacksonville local hospital December 17th. The Trustees of the Internal Improvement' Governor.
S. ,
Mis. Clayton
grandparents 6 ounces. Fund of the State of Florida will offer ATTEST:
with 6 pounds
few days this week I is arriving to spend Christmas baby weighed for sale and receive competitive bids F. C. ELLIOTT,
in Arcadia. I with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Parsons are at Tallahassee, Florida. December 28, Secretary.
week end Par- 1943, at 12 o'clock Noon, for the fol- Dec. 17, :24.!
l- parents of a daughter, Ida

Mrs. G. B. Thomas and Mrs. S. in L. li i Mr. and Mrs. Jean F. Reahard are sons, who was born December 16,

Crochet, were business visitors spending Christmas day in Fort and weighed 7 3-4 pounds. ., "

West Palm Beach Tuesday. Myeis with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Rea-I A baby girl, weighing 6 pounds 9 \ -

hard, Sr.Miss was born December 23rd to WARNINGS '
John 1 1I ounces ,
Mrs E. J. Bowyer, Mrs.: Haven I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A., Miller, in ... + .5 < _

Dowd, Jr. and son of :Moore I Florence Graham is spend- the local hospital. J _
Clewiston .' .
were visitors ing Christmas week end in Pahokee \
.:. .' with her sister, Mrs. William Johnson -Ii i < i
x o'r i o i: l -

Mrs. Fred A. Flanders and MissPhyllis I and family. }- TallaluiKsce, Florida December ,___ Dogs without .1944 license tag will be impounded t
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Haven .
Flanders of Wednesday -\ Richard B. Owen, U. S. N. R., has on sight. An' additional cost! of $1.00 and 25c per c sJ-' f
Clewiston f
visited_ friends in arrived from Coral Gables to spend NOTICE, Is hereby given that State I r
I Board of Education of the State of cover is provided by'ordinance. -.'
'I the holidays with his -parents, Mr.I Florida will offer for sale- and receive /' day to. cost of feeding '- ,

and Mrs. W. C. Owen. competitive bids at Tallahassee, Flor- -
:' Mrs. E. W. Durst and Mrs. E. 0.1 I ida; December 28,' 1913 at 12 o'clock
Christ Noon, for the following described. landin .
spend :
Thursday to ,
Ward left ) Solon Wills of Fort HENDRY County, Florida X'O\V; 55'
Gainesville,! Mr. and Mrs. ,( ..1 GET YOUR DOG TAG '- "-
In Section 16, Township ,
relatives Westfe
with ., ..
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will arrive
I Myers I 47 South, Range 34 East, containing >- :'
Florida. the day here with their daughter, 320 acres. .. ,
I sold subject to outstanding ..
Said area is ,
Ward Grace! Mrs. E. C. Mills, and family. I Grazing Lease.No. 255 -
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. which expires February 20, 1944. ,
Ward and Ann Winney are spending is This notice is published in compli-
week end with relatives in Miss Edythe Nell Cornette ance with Sections 270.08 and 270.09 CITY OF CLEWISTON S .
Christmas spending the holidays here with her

Jacksonville.Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Cor- L 'I

nette. Miss Cornette is a senior at !
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Sr.. of Safety LOST -
., ,G. B. Southern College, Lakeland. d'raeldtsthor: i7 ct T/1 i s7 Jt'Jtati''r Ii tdt 7Tr ht t 'ri4 4i4 b t
spending the Christmas\ ra>} >>'r>Yl"f3iy}fe Rol}:K K
Harbor is
r here with ,her sons, G. B. I with old Ga. drivers
holidays I Jimmy Paul, who attends Georgia I

Thomas-and E. A. Thomas. Military College in. Milledgeville, I license, bus ticket, other

Ga., is spending the holidays here!I f '
;" Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling and I with his parents, Mr. and, Mrs. J. T.' papers and $9.00. Mrs. _
Martha Jean, are spend- \ I
daughter, !& :

ing Christmas Day in Fort' Myers and Paul. Norma Kelly, Sugar Of-ji 5 : ) : ; : .

Mrs. L. A. O'Steen
with Mr. and. Mrs. Lester Windsor of Winter ; :,.'
fice Bldg. ,: '
family. Haven is visiting her daughter, Mrs. I Ii L.-ir S
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H. C. Meador and family through e S ,
Miss Lois Prince returned Friday week end. Mr. 1\leadori i_, '-..- - --- _._,..._........ .-.....,! j
where she spent a Christmas | .t-t: ct,(:;'tat(7o': ; : ; 't.Qrr. m'ro r o riTdr at o' '
from New ,went to Winter Haven for her g
few weeks taking a course in operation Wednesday. Hr.J ii

of business machines at a speq- .
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Mrs. Thomas B. Shelley arrived David C. Hancock, Pastorc, _ _: _ _
from Miami to 'spend.the I I I
Tuesday I ill ill.t
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with Mr. and Mrs. E. fl j
SUNDAY DEC. 26, 1943
today by
will be joined
Mr.Kelly.Shelley.They j Sunday School, 9:45: a.. m., Dr. C.tit Ij I '
Gericke superintendent. '
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whois i Classes for all ages. '" I e; o. .: "OUTSTANDING .

+ Miss attending Shirley a Ruth school Rodriguez in New, Orleans -\1 Morning worship, 11:00 a. m., I ,r ooIoE1t1oD'iicgtiDE1s',- 1'\\ :

holiday season [' A nursery for small children is =, __=. _- :: ':" PERFORMANCE
is spending the \ e :: ;\ .
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and Mrs. conducted by the Mothers' Club ., I ,-, .,
Mr. .
parents '
with her ..
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the minister's ;
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Vaughn has returned from
Sonny \. You'are cordially invited to worship :-.1 11 achievementsof :
Milledgeville, Ga., where he attends sums up, in i two"wordsthe I
and Is i with us. \ ':
Military College K
Georgia The session will meet at the 1'1 We too, strive for i
with Mr. : armed forces. ,
here I
the vacation I our
:; spending ?
Monday evening, December -
church on \
and Mrs. H. T. Vaughn.Mr. I item of
> 27, at 8:00 p. m.Johnson's outstanding performance in every 1I

and Mrs. R. C. Wilson spenta I for h
most cordially
few days in Ocala, where they were We've been thinking, folks, service. We thank you

called by the serious illnEss'of Mr. \ .. } will and patronage and wish :
S returned to Fish Camp a your good
Wilson's father. They I. t' that you've been very goodto S I 1
S -:1: Clewiston Tuesday night. (Near Hurricane Gate) you the Season's Greetings.
1943 and
i Miss Marianne Jones has arrived Clewiston, Fla. I us during '

from Florida State' College for Wo- J Boats and Motors-Guide Service right now is the most ap- .

men in Tallahassee, and is spending Rates Reasonable I II G. B. THOMAS f

the holidays here with her parents I\ W. II. Johnson, Mgr. propriate time to thank g _
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Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Jones. I
I __ you. So thanks, every-

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News Reel Iloveto.be America I
Washington, D. C. : f'
I Feel Achy
SUPPLY OF U. S. PLANES Insiders discussed the Windsorsand important

L Nail-Biting Marks Senators, Repre- WASHINGTON Army Air Chief de Marigny One revealed $ll ?T-1
General "Hap" ,Arnold was called the cause for the rift between them
sentatives Worried Over Much Debated It Ions-, ,'
\ before a closed-door meeting of thesenate appears that some time ago 6e '
the de R Mt M""
Truman committee the other Marignys received an invi- II.\;
Subsidy Question. day to explain, among other things, tation to a party at the Windsor I t

why more planes weren't reachingthe house "We're not going" de : ,
t fighting fronts. Marigny is supposed to have tact- t"I

By BAUKHAGE Arnold, while being cross-exam- lessly said publicly. "We have our I I I,'

News Analyst and Commentator. ined by the committee's number one own friends for a party and don't

aviation expert, Sen. Mon Wallgren want to be bothered" This r
WNU Service, Union Trust Building, 'I people. As the Allies march nearerto of Washington, admitted one signifi- must be an old one, but what mat- WNU Features

Washington, D. C. victory, the restraints of regula- cant fact: ter? .. Congressman Chas. Eaton [

Unless I miss my guess badly, as tion and regimentation chafe more That the number of planes of all was asked why in the Senate the

these: lines appear in print, a num- and more. descriptions on our Pacific and European committee is called "Foreign Relations" -
ber of senators and representatives But down deep in the hearts of fighting fronts is lower than and in the House it is knownas CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

will be going through one of the many a lawmaker today is the realization most people realize and lower than "Foreign" Affairs" .' "The'Senate -

most nervous nail-biting periods that whether the administration he desires, despite the fact that we Eaton is supposed to have replied f-

they have ever experienced.When has been right or wrong in the are producing combat planes- "is too old to have affairs! .

the antisubsidy bill passedthe way it has done things, it was right bombers and fighters-at the rate of HOGS FOR
house with such an overwhelming when it said that inflation had to be 8,000 a month. The OWl tells the column that its SALE ;

majority-enough, 'if the vote' avoided. For a while, the crossexamination conductor was denounced in an offi- Registered Black Poland Chinas-Broad

held, to pass it over the President's And that is why today, unless I of Arnold made the sparks fly. cial Nazi propaganda broadcast back bred gilts;shorter: and leg sows.type.Write.Special W.price on S

veto-a lot of congressmen were be- miss my guess or unless some Dan- "I'm amazed to learn that the from Berlin via D. N. B. on Nov. Powell Oaklawn Farm, Williston,Bryan S., C.

ginning to worry. They were won- iel comes to judgment who can discover British have more combat planes in 17th .. The attack said in part:

dering: If the measure really does a better salve than subsidies, action than we have," grilled Sena- "The U. S. news services have a FOR SALE t

become law, will the ghost which the the administration will win, at leasta tor Wallgren "though we are pro- low mentality. To mix up gossip .

President has conjured up really partial victory, in the battle which ducing more planes than the Brit- with political facts is American USED No ARMY SHOES FOR SALE 15.000 (
prs. ration
walk? will be staged in the days just ish. Why is that?" technique. Gossip of a very low State size. stamp Address required.Southern Price Jobbers$3.00. i-
ahead. "We're nature is constantly used. It Clothing: Co., 170 Edgewood Atlanta. Ga.
Inflation is that ghost. doing the best we can, is the t-
Nobody-wants.infla tion. retorted Arnold angrily. "You can't' gossip of the very common who can

Railroads Plan expect us to send, planes,to combat only look'at things from the limited Chinese Abolish Queues
Memories are long enough to remember t.
how short the long For Future Traffic areas unless we have trained crewsto perspective of the ego. For example Chinese soldiers no longer wear ,
green operate them. However, I can : Two children who sailed on queues because they were a sign fof f-
shrank after the last war. Suppose There is one thing we are all in- tell you that we have many.. more the Lusitania in spite of German submission to the Manchu dy-

there came to pass what all the high- .terested in. Getting from where we planes on the way, and ready for warnings, and who lost their lives, nasty. ,They were 'cut off when f.
brows and the low-brows were pre- are to somewhere else and getting were discussed at the the republic was established.
shipment, that will soon give us a time in the
lifted the
would that if
dicting you back }
". press down to their ribbons
great numerical advantage. pink and
lid just a 1-e-e-t-l-e, it might blow _
off, members of congress had begunto we want to do it as "That's fine," said Wallgren, "hut lace garments, but no one in America B: F.e.arndlnG.
cheaply as possible. Today in Wash- has it heard of the 100,000 German chil- Uus1 i4.m.d. .
ask themselves.The why taken so long? It seemsto re
ington there is going on the prepara- dren who died owing to the BritishU. t
of the me that we should have more
boys selling
memory tion for one of the greatest S. hunger blockade and lic ,
apples, the of mortgages transpor- than the number of planes you men- no one,
foreclosing, the memory of "Mister, tation battles in his+nry. The airlines tion on the battle fronts when we therefore, realized that the UBoatwar -"'. Qeh .-
believe that the has virtually was the loeical conseouenCE>. .'
war ..
are at the ---- -
have-you-got-a-dime? began to stir : rate of 96.000a ------- f
in many a dormant corner. made the skies their garden. All year." "Walter Winchell is an example GIVE t
they have to do is to spade it. When Arnold replied that some planes of the depth to which public life

Strange PhenomenonIt peace comes, and the various re- had been cracked up or damaged in reaches when human interest be- YOUR ff,

strictions are lifted the people will comes an end in itself. He
was a strange but not an un- training accidents in the United reportson t !
accustomed phenomenon. The phe- spread their wings and fly. States, though 'trainer crashes were society gossip from the private e CHILD ,

nomenon of the congressman torn The other day, the executives of being reduced considerably. Also, lives of well known people, on commercial this cold-relief used whenQUINTUPLETS

between what the particular group the leading railways got together. many planes coming off assembly and personal wrongdoings,

which dominated his 'constituency They thought and thought. And thisis lines have to undergo "modification. divorce scandals triangle affairs

wanted and what he felt honestlyand what came out of the hopper: ." ,For instance, planes slated and unnatural dispositions. His

sincerely was the best thing for (1) Reductions in passenger fares, for Alaskan duty have to be "win- readers number about 27,000,000, and f

them in the long run. That doubt' 'both coach and Pullman, immediately terized." Also it takes longer than it has been stated officially that mostof

began to stir. It was an interesting following the war. most people realize to deliver. planesto his FACTS are incorrect" .

thing to pass through the halls of "We shall have to reduce rates combat areas. Heheheh Incorrect facts! CATCH COLD t

the Capitol and of the House and after the war and do it quickly and "I'm not trying to interfere in

Senate Office buildings and talk to thoroughly," one executive said. your business, general,'.' said the The Dials: Anyone who is still promptly' makes relieves breathing coughingand easier

these men.. You could almost see "Any dawdling and _hemming and Washington senator, "but it seemsto deceived by,Franco's neutrality act Whenever the Dionne

the spectre rising behind them. The hawing will only result in our emptyirfg me that a pitifully small number should flip his dials to Radio MadridFranco's cold-their chests throats Quintuplets and backs catch are f'

spectre of inflation pointing'its fin- our trains again and in the loss of planes have been delivered to ( mouthpiece), which spends immediately rubbed with Musterole.

ger at them.Whenever. of the highly desirable public relations the fronts, considering our rate of all its time sending mash notes to because Musterole it's gives MORE such than wonderful results r.

you run into someone and advertising value that an production." I Germany, Japan and Argentina "salve."It's what so many just an Doctors ordinary t

whose business it is to feel the pulseof ,immediate and voluntary slash "I don't agree'with you," responded One way to rouse the silver-lining and Nurses call a modern counler-irritajit. i

congress, you get the same reaction would bring." Arnold hotly. "I think we've pollyanalysts out of their day It actually helps break up local conges- f.
-I have I dreams is to nudge them with the tion in upper bronchial tract makes
just pictured. Membersof (2) Widespread introduction ot' done very well under the circum- breathing easier,promptly relieves cough-
congress are worried. They don't lightweight, streamlined coaches and stances." '' grim fact that even when America log sore throat and aching chest muscles I

'want to be blamed for inflation. Pullmans, with old cars being The air chief went on to explain wins a battle many Americans are due to colds. Get Musterole today! '

And that is why now, at this moment scrapped forever. that most American pilots have a lost Another battle the Nazis IN 3 STRENGTHS Regular and Extra: Children's Strong. Mild, i

when the fate of the Commodity (3)) Greater use of modern merchandising training course of 500 flying hours, are losing is the battle of wits. They

Credit corporation (which nearly techniques, including compared to 150 hours for German offered $20,000 for the capture of

everybody wants) would seem to be larger appropriations for institutional pilots. One reason the Nazis have General Tito, the heroic Yugoslav

sealed by the triumph of ,the anti- and product advertising. : shortened their pilot-training coursesis guerrilla. The Yugoslav radio re [

subsidy provision, such fate may not (4) Greater consideration to the because they are running low on plied by offering a reward for the '

be so certain. comfort and convenience of the aviation gas reserves, Arnold said. capture. of Gen. Pavlich the Yugoslav
, When this subsidy fight started Quisling. They offered 35 cents Baseball and
described frankly as a radical However, he did not entirely con- Bullfights
I wrote in this column that the ad- departure by one exec tive.Passenger's vince the committee that the ratioof Nazi barbarism, witnessed by Mexico is combining baseball

ministration realized it had one of planes delivered to the fighting our soldiers, left them with an un- games with bullfights on' the dou- t

the hardest fights it ever had ahead. Interest fronts could not be considerably in dying hatred for Germans, Quent bleheader basis.

That there seemed to be absolutelyno "The railways have been too creased. Reynolds reported. Shove that down
the throats of the fools who
compromise in sight. to talk
prone subject the passenger's interest
The other day, a man, wise in to the whims of mechanicaland SYNTHETIC: TIRES about a soft peace and still believe DON'T LET
the ways of congress and beholdento operating offices and to the requirements Early next year, the American are people.

no party and, so far as I know of mail and express public will get its first real test of CONSTIPATIONSLOW
in the years'I have known him never Simon & Schuster's next big book
schedules, he commented. synthetic tires. These will not be YOU UP

a proponent of any measure (his (5) Simplification of rate struc passenger, but bus and truck tires, will be "Target-Germany"-to be' When bowels are sluggish and you

business is to be neutral), said to tures by establishing a common base which will begin to come out of tire given the Willkie treatment (paper feel irritable, headachy, do as millions

me: "Wait and see, somebody like rate for the whole country, and simplification factories some time in January. cover). It's the story of the 8th, '':do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modem
Senator Taft will come out with Air Force and was written on as- chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew
a of accounting methods. They will be hurried to the wheelsof FEEN-A-MINT
compromise." signment from Maj. Gen. Ira Eaker before you go to bed
(6) Restrictive union rules which buses and trucks, now limping taking only in accordance with package
Well, I have waited and perhaps will nullify, as airlines grow larger, along on sharply reduced rations. by two nationally known mag writ- directions-sleep without being dis
by the time you read this you will much of their Even in ers. Though anonymous in the book, turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough
prewar personalizedservice the allocationof
also have read that somebody "like sales September, they are Major Richard Thruelsen, relief helping you feel swell again. Try'
appeal. 550,000 civilian bus and truck
FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good is handy
Senator editor of the
Taft" has and
produced the "So long as there were only about tires was inadequate. But now the Capt. Arthur and economical.A generous family supplyFEENAMINT
compromise. Gordon-former ,
350 passenger-carrying planes in the figure has been reduced still furtherto costs only l
If aging of Good
not the editor .
administration's Housekeeping.Films
so- country, carrying about 20 passengers ,. 335,000 for November and De- ,
called "hold the line" policy will bite each, the personalized service cember. .
the dust. created about the war do not tempt
See a tremendous sales appeal. Operators of trucks and buses are soldiers. The
how the congress has struck When the most popular picturesare
f at almost every brick in that wall. traffic airways go after mass worried about the new tires, knowingthat those that feature girls, gags and Invest in Liberty "*
passenger they will find
this early tests have shown they do Grable The shortage of joke .
Treasury Department type of selling impossible," said another not stand up under heavy loads. scribblers hasn't harmed most radio "* Buy War Bonds
, This in spite of the fact that
The they comics.
treasury said Their radio
: you must tax ((7) Restoration of surveys are
the spending money out of the pock- ice at many points. passenger serv- are .only 70 per cent synthetic, withan higher than ever .. One of the WNU-7 50-43

ets or you'll have inflation. The con-, "We have denuded admixture of 30 per cent nat- better short subjects is titled "Women -
our of
gress passed a tax bill that would service ural rubber. at War." It stars the WACS, in

raise about a fifth of what the ad- passenger and we at many points Result will be that truck and bus eye-filling technicolor An ex-
ministration said was are thoroughly" ashamed of loads will have tcr be reduced allover citing new book is "Where's Sam-
necessary. having done
This so, one official said. the country. Since they are already ?" It details
disregard of treasury's advice ((8) Greater comfort my the adventures of
and bettet
was due only in part to a lack of service operating above normal ca- one of FDR's favorite picturesnappers -
respect for Secretary Morgenthau's all-coach on all carriers from local pacity, reduction of loads will mean Sammy Schulman. It is Help Them Cleanse the Bloodof
trains to the. extra fare reduction in the total crowded Harmful Body Waste
tax theories. And everybody blames trains. performanceof with,.attractive newspaperman
the President for that. He doesn't trucks and buses.Of stuff, too. The publisher is Your kidneys are constantly filtering
(9) Speeding up of waste matter from the blood stream.But
have to keep Morgenthau in his cab- passengerschedules course, the syntheticsmay Random House. kidneys sometimes lag in their workdonot
inet by such means as con prove to be better than tests have act as Nature intended-fail to remove -
if he
even was a good -
neighborup tinuing to take out curves Impurities that if retained may
there on the Hudson. But con- stops, and improving reducing shown, but the trucking industry Some of the quiz shows have be- poison the system and upset the whole
gress wouldn't have taken "head-end, operations" has its fingers crossed. come comedy with the body machinery.
anyone'sadvice (mail and load. programs, Symptoms may be nagging backache
on'that subject. ing and express questions serving as stooges for persistent headache attacks of dizziness,
unloading). getting up nights, swelling, puffines
The congress threatened to stop After that BLOOD DONORS quips Movietown should dreamup under the eyes-a fecUng of nervous
the appropriation and authorization railway executives the Red Cross officials estimate that ,new angles about films dealing anxiety and loss of pep and strength.
stepped forth and Other signs of kidney bladder disorder
or -
for the Office of Price Administration. announced in stentorian tones Americans are giving their blood with Nazi-occupied places.; Too are sometimes burning, scanty or
It managed to consider: bills they were not afraid that for transfusions at the rate of one many of the recent ones fall in the too frequent urination.
of competition There should be no doubt that prompt
to take away OPA's powers, bit by from the skyways. every two seconds. "We are bleed- same pattern. You cannot make treatment U wiser than neglect. Use
bit, to maintain the ing Americans understand .DOOM'S Pill Doan't have been winning
ceiling on coal "Fine," the 100,000 people a week. the nature of
says humble traveler new friends for more than forty
and on oil. "we don't care whether it's But donations might be much the enemy with yawns Holly- They have a nation-wide reputation..
These are just a few of the many or railways airway larger if donors could be reachedall wood makeup wizards should quit Are recommended by grateful people the
so long
as we get where country over. Ask: your neighbor 1n
efforts to shake loose the war re we want to go and yet back over the country. Actually, there trying to give Dinah Shore a coatingof

straints. Congress has reflected, nomically and comfortably." eco are only 33 cities where centers glamour. They hide her fresh,

honestly enough, the feeling of the We will. have been established. & natural appeal. "




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} Narrow Escape Her Delusion

Of By The HAROLD Moody Bible L. LUNDQUIST.Institute of D.Chicago.D. Father-Who broke that chair in the Two men were discussing their "

Released by Western Newspaper Union. parlor last night? wives. "Mine is developing a very

Daughter-It just collapsed all of a bad habit," said the first in a

sudden, Pop, but neither of us was hurt. worried voice. "She keeps talkingto
Lesson for December 26 "
Two frogs sat on a water lily herself. '

:v7I Yrr'r} leaf.HI don't feel so good to- "My wife does the same," remarked .

I a : lected Lesson and subjects copyrighted and Scripture by International texts se- day," said the one.HI've got a I the other, casually, "but

Council of Religious Education: used by man in my throat." she thinks I'm listening."
Less Violent Going Down
GOD'S GREAT LOVE AND Landlord-I hear you are kick- "Why don't you show more enthusiasm

., HIS GIFT ing about the flies in your room. in your work? Look at me. I throw I Imyself
ti. k'vY
Y \ "
into everything I undertake. I I"Wouldn't
Roomer-Oh, no, I was just
LESSON TEXT-Matthew 2112. suit me""Why
GOLDEN TEXT-For God so loved the knocking them around- with my not?"
world that He gave His only begotten Son. hand. "I'm a well-sinker!"
,I,' that whosoever believeth In Him should not
perish but have everlasting life.-John 3:10

Christmas brings us all back to USEHOLD DISCOVERYT&COLDS'RELIEF(home medicated mutton suet!! )-which '

the Christ-child in Bethlehem and grandma used for coughing-nasal con-
Lord's gestion muscle aches of colds-teaches .
we are reminded anew of our modem mothers '
to follow her example.
coming into the world to be the Re INTS So their families get relief from theso
deemer. For the babe of Bethle- colds' miseries with Penetro the salve

hem is the Christ of the cross, of with modern medication in a base con-
If your curtains ,look droopy a taining old fashioned mutton suet.!! 25c
''the resurrection and the. coming quick dip in ecru dye will rem- double supply 35c. Demand Penetro.

King. edy the situation.

The story of the coming of the *

f Wise Men to seek the One who had
Keep rubber goods from
fL been "born King of the Jews" reveals -
the heat heat has
as a tendency to
several attitudes'toward Christ
crack and break down rubber.
which find their counterpart in our
t.I day.I. .
_____""____,.........H_.. ....... ..._ _' _'._m._ .__.y_ When buying fish, allow a thirdof
Expectancy (vv. 1, 2)).
a pound to a serving for steak, I
Serve Regal Ham for Christmas!
These of another race were
I men canned fish, or fillets.
(See Recipes Below) familiar with the Jewish Scripturesand *' *

: Yule Goodies I knew that the Messiah was. to Dried fruits taste better if a little ENGAGEMENT RING
., Christmas Dinner come. Many others, including the
lemon juice is added to them when
96 Book.
Delightful Page Unerring Guideto
Ir-f'- Merry Christmas to You! religious leaders of the Jews, had they are cooked. Wedding Joys. How to Win the Han of
Hot Tomato Juice with the same information. But these Your Choice. Propose so he can't say
walk where there is
Whether you "NO. Play safe and avoid embarrass-
under feet Avocado Slice men of the East differed in that ments.Everything of a personal nature a
, 'hard-packed ,.snow your To sprinkle clothes for ironing, girl should
Christmas Baked Ham they looked for coming I f.eSJ.ggpd; ;
ana the cracKle enclose$2.
clean whisk broom
of frost as you I ,Baked Orange Garnish keen desire and expectancy.One try bottle using with a or fully refunded if not entirely satisfied. ,
a a/perforated
walk or whetheryou 'Baked Yam Puff wonders-if we have not. be- top. NEW VIEWPOINT PUBLICATIONSG.
P. O. Box 35, Dept., SO. New York
recline under. Fried Brussels Sprouts'CranberryApple come so familiar with the story ,of

lazy palm trees Relish Christmas that we, like the Jews, Don't overheat your electric

with the sun beat- Hot Cloverleaf Rolls have a dead knowledge without expectant iron. It wastes current, is a fire

ing down on you *Beet-Olive Salad faith. We need to awaken hazard, is hard on the heating element -.- Troica1 Tro iml

in all its warmth, Celery Hearts Red Jelly and look to God for new grace and and in time may cause a
this be *Fruit Cake Plum breakdown in the heater wires. It
may your or Pudding strength for these days.II. ["oN oaANCt '
Christmas may also discolor the iron finish.If .
merriest Beverage '
Fear (vv. 3, 7, 8, 12). AL ONO +
'''for this Recipes Given overheating causes the platingto
.is the'time Y year to lay down the Herod was a capable, ruthless, ungodly peel off, the metal beneath may
ruler who ''feared only that
heaviness of spirit and to think only rust.
2 teaspoons poultry seasoning
someone would take his power from
,of goodwill toward men.There's .
teaspoon grated or lemon
Christ- orange him. He was so determined that
an elegance about r
avoid peel this should not happen, that he killed
mas dinner which you 2 onions, diced
members of his familyfor
many own
even if you serve the simplest of \\\\t
2 fat
whom he otherwise had '
food. Perhaps it is the spirit withwhich 1 egg apparent (
it's and the blessing affection. EVERY SUND
94 cup hot water, stock or milk
with which it is eaten. Whatever it When he heard that Jesus, who f

is, make the most of it with what- Toast bread and break into was the real King .of the Jews, had

ever you have." crumbs Blend'crumbs and season been born, he feared, and laid crafty '

And now to the bustling' and busy- ing together lightly. Fry onion until plans to destroy Him. God saw to it \ fRIO ,IMLTh1
light brown in fat, mix with bread l; 'i'
ness that is Christmas. If your that his purpose was not carried out. 1
and Stir in
seasonings. slightly beat
choice for the dinner is ham, and There are those of our time who
you've been saving your points for en egg and liquid. Cool mixture and fear the coming of Jesus, 'because
fill bird which has been
rubbed with
r it, prepare it thus: salt and pepper inside cavity. they will not have Him to rule over ( I
Christmas Ham.
their lives. They love their selfish

1 smoked ham Sometimes- the family receives as ways, and their sinful pleasures;
2 fruit juice much pleasure from the relish as HOfl '
cups and when they face the question of I P ORTUtNfl .
1 cup brown sugar they do from the meat'' of the day/ what they will do with Jesus (and t pi's ARCH.'G00DM ,.-I I
2 dozen whole cloves Here is a delightful, colorful relish: I A d P1A YER s
face it they must!), they have only ORKSHOP 21
Place the ham rind side up, on an *Cranberry-Apple Relish. fear and hatred in their hearts.III. y.

open roasting pan. Bake in a slow (Makes lYz quarts)
.'Indifference (vv. 4-6).
oven (325 degrees) for 18 minutes 4 Pf
per pound for the average size ham, cups fresh cranberries When the Wise Men came to Jerusalem WgSW )
2 apples, pared and cored CS -
to inquire where the Christ 1yB1G
10 to 12 pounds; 16 to 17 minutes for 2
larger hams, 12 to 15 pounds. When oranges was to be born, they received an I I
ham has been baked for required 1 lemon immediate answer-in Bethlehem.That I cations PRESE ,AI.EBS a
211cups sugar or foretold in Micah .
length of time remove from oven was clearly
and cut away the rind. Score ham 11A cups sugar and VA cups 5:2. The priests and scribes knew

t. with a sharp knife, rub sugar over corn syrup all about it, but their knowledge did
surface and stick Wash apples and cranberries; put not move them to action. They told

with cloves. Pour through food chopper. Quarter or- the Magi where to go, but they did

1 cup fruit juice anges and lemon, not go themselves. '

over it. Return to -l'j1) rind and all; remove How sad it is to see the indiffer-

oven and bake at seeds and ence of our day to the claims of

400 degrees for / chop. Add sugar 1 Christ. There are many who think
20 minutes. Baste fifci and blend. Placein that simply because they do not rMJQS [
frequently with jar; cover hate the church, or the Bible, or do 'llioJf'
remaining cup of juice. closely and chillin v not fight against it, they are guilt- Reyd R
"' ." ham is refrigerator.c::: :: <=- > less. How will e
If precooked, it needs wrong they are appear r
only to be heated thoroughly before This will keep indefinitely. to them if they will read Mat- SelJtlIro W lIeatlelselJlJJ 7pt

the glazing. Vegetables to go with dinner 'are' thew 11:23, 24 and recall' that the a.....s CJei A

You've 'chosen a turkey for the important. These two will harmo- sin of Capernaum was only indif- to 1'; psro .Ire lie eQuic

Yule meal?, Then, here's the stuffingfor nize in color and texture to comp.e- ference.IV. .
ment entree ggSSK a-frtflB
it: your : Joy (vv. 9, 10)).

Savory Stuffing. *Fried Brussels Sprouts. These earnest seekers for the .
(For bird Serves !, g! ,
a 12-pound ) ( 6) Christ-child were full of joy even
8 cups toasted bread crumbs 1 onion, chopped Days
before they saw Him. "When they BUSY
;J. teaspoon salt 3 tablespoons drippings saw the star," and knew that God nous-For .tor
/i teaspoon pepper 4 cooked brussels k "'
cups sprouts was indeed leading them, their cuP luke"
each of sweet ..d rmmelted'k
Yz teaspoon
marjoram Cook onion in butter until tender, hearts leaped within them as "they --- t cups .. .
thyme celery leaves ,.Ill<
:"or add sprouts and toss gently until rejoiced with exceeding great joy." cup tablesPOOns_ ,3 tablespoo'hasp
parsley shotten1Dg
thoroughly heated. Christmas is the time when there 2 ns s.it Yeast D\sSOIVeye..t'

Yam Puff. should be 'real joy in our hearts. It 1 1 cake Fle\Scb1D"nn's.nd salt: COOl to lukewarN k. Add' 1'4 cups ..ndlour. -

Lynn Says (Serves 6) is not enough to be "merry" or sca1d.lll<: .dd and ewAd tn melted shOrtening .
4 "happy." In fact, many thousands rN water dsm e..UY'h""dled cover
large yams or sweet potatoes luke"" .n
In perfectlY p.n.
could not possibly find until to make "eU-greosed
anything to In
Decorative Notes: Dazzling Yi cup margarine "d beat or Tolls pace In untU doubled
bouquet for your Christmas table 2 well-beaten eggs be happy about this year. tgenead WeIL Shape Into and """ .. Let r\S8.t 400'F..bOut ,0xnUlutes.
Happiness depends on what hap oven
would be shimmering Christmas Ys cup sugar plaC" armderats
but joy is the gift of Godl set In wa h Bake
tree balls wired to stems. Use 2 teaspoons baking powder pens, "d about 1 .

:'. several ornaments to each stem 1 teaspoon salt V. Worship (v. 11). bulk Makes 12.tioRE.

and use the same wire that is Peel potatoes and boil until soft. When they saw Christ, they wor-

used for fresh flower bouquets. Mash and ,add remaining ingredi- shiped. Have we Been as wise as .

:Little evergreen branches can in- ents. Beat well and pfece; in greased they were? Then they made gifts,

termingle with the colorful ballsto casserole. Dot with Butter or mar- showing that their worship had

carry out the Yule idea. garine and bake until brown, about that reality which made them readyto

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pale blue mirrors which you may Yi cup sliced, stuffed olives The writer of these lines (which I : F1e; 1J r., .

have. 3 tablespoons french dressingToss will reach you just before Christ- I j-east yeast; ...b'd. made, y l

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with white icing, sprinkle the If 'you want sugar-saving suggestions, joy of the Lord may, fill your I'; e l"EIz1ds4Y.
whole with shimmering silver write to Lynn Chambers Western Newspaper soul. Christ has come. He is withus p. 1'; 80rr.

';.. snow and set on a cardboard base Union 210 South Desplaines Street now by faith. He will come again
;;, or mirror. Miniature figures can I Chicago, Illinois. Don't forget to enclose to reign. The Child of Bethlehem's

be used in this setting. I a your stamped reply., self-addressed envelope for I manger is our Great Saviour and

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