The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 21, 1944
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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Trailer Tourist Project Are y
CampIn Occupied
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order to help with the local The twenty-three residence units I ,
. acute housing shortage the City of I just completed as a federal housing
FROM CLEWISTON! I Clewiston has taken over the oper- PARALYSIS DRIVE I I project and located in the block between : TO AID BOND SALE "

,: ation of the Tourist camp locatedon I Ventura and Sagamore Ave- 4r

Central Avenue near the A.C.L. nues have been occupied as rapidly .
Clewiston boys and girls basket- passenger depot. I The Hendry ;county; chairmanship I as they were made available, and the The Fourth War bond campaign y

" ball' teams lost by small margins to The city leased the site from the of the National Foundation for In- last of the group has been taken. In Hendry County is underway witha .,

the Moore Haven teams in the open- Clewiston Realty and Development fantile Paralysis has again been assigned The residents of the units .include quota of $477,200 of which $75-

'- ing game of the season played there Corporation, and has cleaned the to F. Deane Duff. Mr. Duff, K. C. Bartman, C. W. Barclay, Wm.H. 200 is specified as series '"E"-in

Wednesday night. The boys lost by II ditches, cut weeds and grass and says that the 1943 campaign in Burkhardt, James A. Cheyne, T. I Park-inson :

W "" ,. only one point, the final score of made the site more presentable. Hendry county produced $235.54; G. Conner. M. R. Dehon, W. B.
the closely fought game being 22 to Plans are underway to; begin that it is hoped that the 1944 campaign Dozier, Jr., J. E. Hale, A. P. Hoffman I bond drive, and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt
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21. The girls lost by only three I within a few weeks making some I II I in,,Hendry county, will produce j{I t Jr., Thomas H. Jones, Jr., F. is assisting with' organizing the -
points, 24 to 21. additional improvements in the sanitary I at least $250. Carl Long, Louis Langdon, F. B. I ladies group as in the Third War

't Despite the fact that several I facilities at the camp.. There 11'I Due to the impracticability of calling I f Medford, Albert J. Mueller, R. B, t Bond campaign, which proved very 0:

','' players on both teams from both are fourteen 'trailers now located .at II on individuals it is requested' I McDonald, R. H. Ohlinger, R. Ruet, 'I successful. .

1'S ."- schools were not fully equipped for the .camp. ,I that a't' least 250 of our Hendry John Schoerherr, George F. Serson, A captured 88 mm. German ";

s playing, the teams turned in a good I county people, in sympathy with Frank' 'Veltrie, Win C. Vidas and M. Howitzer, a captured German Mes-

d showing, and the close scores attest, II the infantile paralysis program of I H. Walsh and their families. serschmitt fighter plane and an ex- t

. 1 to the fact that the teams* were well j OIL AGENT SPEAKER I II the National Foundation, mail to i I hibit of American small arms being ;

r matched j l F., Deane Duff, chairman; Clewiston. i,I used in the second World ,War will r

' Outstanding scorer of the games I i I r Florida, a one dollar bill, or more, i j be exhibited for one hour in Clewis- .-
r was Lewis of the Clewiston girls 'AT KIWANIS CLUBForest : with their names. i j ton at the High School grounds at .'

team who turned in 17 points. Every cent contributed will be.I 1:45 on Friday, January, according ,.

forwarded to the National Foundation -.]AS COLD CONTINUES to announcement of C. V. '
Girls Team <- Parkinson. .
A list of contributors will bei 1
P. Smith, lattd- agent for '
MOORE HAVEN 'G FT .F published in the Clewiston News in I I _. This exhibit which is made avail-
the Humble Oil Company was guest
Scott ....................................2 0 0 : February.If 1 I The thermometer 33 able by the U. S. Army Fourth' Serv-
speaker at the local Kiwanis Club dropped to
Yoder ......................:.............2 2 0 Wednesday evening. The Humble and when Hendry county establishes ; degrees in Clewiston early this ice Command, Atlanta, and was

Dyess .....................:..............5 ,,4 1 I its own chapter of the and 32 was at brought to Florida for appearancesin
I company has recently developed a I morning recorded the
Strickland .....:...................... i National Foundation onehaIr'of the:! I Point 79 towns and cities in three
well at Sunniland, (in Collier county, Liberty station. There was a
Skinner i .................................. 1 is at I annual contributions will be' retained -light r frost weeks beginning Monday, January
which producing oil the rate of [ over the area.
"Varnock ............................. 1 a by such local chapter.' In the I I The low 24, at Green Cove Springs and ending s
75. barrels day. temperatures this week
33rannenAnge ........................:..... Mr. Smith told of the methods I! meantime, of. 'course, the research I II I'' are common over the South and I: Saturday, February 12, at Tallahassee .

.::::............t........:........ 1 1 I and clinical work of the national J as announced by W. W
in skies have
the overcast been
used by oil men discovering the rule McEachern
._ of St. Petersburg chairman
I foundation will well
t' T location of oil, and said the usual serve us in case rather than the exception for the ]| of the Florida
FT I have War FinanceI
CLEWISTONG F we ever an epidemic.
seismograph method failed in Flor- past two weeks. Temperatures havnot
Sealey ........... ...................... ida. After the location is made, he i r dropped as low as freezing un- I committee. ,

Lewis ..............:..u...... ..........8 1 3 said, core rigs are put in and drill- I I til this morning; other low marks The tour will" be directly in

Shelfer ..........:.....................:.. have been 40 44 I charge of A.' P. (Pix) Pierson, of
ings to approximately 700 feet are I H. L. JOHNSON HAS 55 and for the
Trice .............:........................ I, made; then if the- prospects are previous three mornings. I Hastings, Director of the Agricul-
'Willianls ... .. :........................ is I a rainfall tural Division of the Florida War
favorable real, drilling begun. There was that averaged
Sutton .................................. 3 ASSUMED DUTIES AS inch Finance committee who has just
Sunniland had been one over the area one week
; Devane ............::....................2 0 ,0 The well dug which did little to the completed a state-wide tour of
ago remedy
Christian .............................. "jto a very great depth, nearly 2 situation regional conferences for the 4th .'
drought but did
0'B ri en .................................. before announcement was. NEW AGENT much needed for War Loan in which he traveled
.5.5 Andrews ........................;....... I made that oil' has been reached.' COUNTY gardens.a shower Victory I more than 3,000 miles and contact-

McDuffie ....................:......... II I Mr. Smith is. engaged in leasing The ed practically every county in Florida -
Everglades District
Bryant ................:................. 1 lands for oil tests.G. H.'L.: Johnson arrived 'Monday' to I i iI .
has disclosing
I recently issued a report -
E. Etherton, president, presided J. J. Gilliam of Tallahassee Director
assume his duties as county agentof I an acute fire hazard in the up- -
' '; MOORE HAVEN BOYS G FT F at the meeting of Club. I II
r the Hendry County. After'' doing'j per Glades, due to a dangerous low r of the Florida State Patrol
Adkins ..................................5 0 0J'Farnam {, table. Rainfall for 1943 i will have a patrolman and car es-

. ..................................4 0 1 Gas Truck Rams Bus without the services_ of a county :1 jll water Inches below normal, and a large'was j'I I cort this exhibit throughout. the.

........ ...... :. .l.O 1 I agent for six mo following. the j I that ]I state. ..i. ;
of deficiency in
:: : ; : part .
.'''., ; .............. ......:....:.......:.u..l. 0 0 But No One Is Hurt resignation of D: H. Ward in Jantt-''the j jIDe ':; "
: .' "', '.. period! from. September ..through., } Tile citizens of this, section are -
c' : : : := =: : air'1943,'the board'of-county commissioners j I 'ember. -- tlrg'{ :fo. this interesting -
I Ball : :.: .:: : : .: : :.Q: Ti'CLEWISTON ; I r'r---- to'l; % see. : tUgplay"
A gasoline tank truck o( voted July 1 to employ ;; : and are reminded that it will be iL i

{' BOYS G .FT r'Pape Standard Oil Company was wrecked another agent to assist farmers and City Sells Dog Tags town just one, hour. Men, women,

................:...........:.........5 0 0 (!Monday morning when it crashed. into cattlemen in this area with their boys and girls are invited to see what

:?S 55 Waldron ..:.............................1 0 0 the back' of a school bus 'on the agricultural and livestock problems. To Large Number kind of equipment the enemy is us-

S Martinez, J. ...u..m....::..2 0 1 I highway in Palm Beach county near Mr, Ward resigned to accept employment ingr and come prepared to buy War

Harben ... ............:... ............. Bare Beach. Lacy Pope', driver: of I in the West, Indies, and. Reports from the city office are Bonds to pay for the weapons our

Sullivan ................U"..... .......2 0 0 j I the truck, reported to J. A. Mc- since his departure Mrs. Vera Mc- that the owners of 98 dogs in the men need to defeat the enemy.

Martinez, J1' ........................ ._ Gehee, manager'of the local plant, Call, chief clerk of the agricultural city of Clewiston have paid their An officer of the Women's Army

Hall....................................... that the brakes of the truck suddenly t t extension service, has'' kept the office I dog tax for 1944 and have been pro I Corps will accompany the show to

Pu llin .__................................. I ,gave way and he had no power I I II open doing her job and assisting vided with the registration number% J. present the vital need for the enlistment
to stop the vehicle. I of more and more women
I with CA work as ,far as possible'..disc for the dogs to wear, .
I According to Mr. McGehee, Pope since the two offices are closely as- I This 's not all of the dogs in the I in the Army; women to release more

'''CONKLING HEADS was driving behind the school' bus !I II sociated and operate as one. J Icity.but I officials hope' that other : and ,more men who are anxious to
when stopped I carry these weapons over and to use
I to take on pupils;; Mr. Johnson is anxious to meet owners will purchase their discswithout j,
I' them against our 'enemies.
and when the brakes were applied the farmers and cattlemen of the delay, and will cooperate i in'I'I

GLADESHENDRYSCOUT I and failed to hold the truck rammed -'j county. He is spending, the greater [ the effort to have all dogs owned by I I I
!I the 'bus. Fortunately no one. part of his time this wee Ie in the office residents properly registered.
was hurt and the school bus was also I I DEMOCRATICMEETING
though he said he planned, to I ----- STATE
DISTRICT undamaged. The gasoline truck, spend ''some time in the field ,looking I Ten Enrolled At First
however '
was badly damaged with
over farms in this section. He
the whole front of it being caved in has requested that farmers and cat Class of Police SchoolTen IS HELDIN

Frank E. Conkling, of Clewiston, by the impact, with the bus. tlemen who need assistance come to

was elected president", Carr Settleof --- his office and discuss agricultural :
persons, one woman and, JACKSONVILLE
Moore Haven vice president and ;Fish Catches Man and livestock problems with him. '
I nine men, ,enrolled in the police _
W. C. Owen of Clewiston, cominissioned -' Should Be News Mr. Johnson is a native of Fort school which opened Tuesday night, ,I "

of the Glades-Hendry district I Story Ogden. He came here from Okee-' sponsored by the city of Clewiston I Cyrus Couch, ,state democratic
chobee where he was engaged in executive committeeman from Hen-
of Boy Scouts of America in the an under plans announced by R. Y.
I The. new renorter who 'was told similar work. Mrs. Johnson and 'I I Patterson, chairman of the local defense I I dry County, attended a meeting of

r- nual day night.meeting held in LaBelle Thurs that "When a dog bites a man, thatisn't I their sons: Larry and Johnny, ar-I council: Several other persons I the organization lfondayin Jack- ,

much news, but when a '''man rived with him and the family is at have indicated their intentionof sonville. Mrs. Detain Davis who iq

The meeting was a dinner meet bites a dog that IS news" would home for the present at the Hendry enrolling in the course and will I state committeewoman, came from :

S_ ; ing held at the Corner Sundry lunchroom have found the perfect illustration I Hotel until J living quarters can be be a member of the .class at the Georgia where she is at work, to

and was attended by Fred L. in Clewiston recently, when a black secured. meeting next week. |I attend the sessions .
;' Treat, of Bradenton, Scout Commissioner bass in Lake Okeechobee caught afisherman I I i i I Among matters to come before the
Col. R. W. Milburn, former chief
of Sunniland Council, Mr. I committee the question of vot-
Two of I.
Army Accepts
I of police of West Palm Beach, and
and Mrs. FE..
Conkling and Scoutmaster P. H. Nichols, of Atlanta, is the I II I, ing by men and women in military
General Bland
an assistant to
now ,
' and Mrs. A. H. King of man who Inductees Here service.
was thus January
I caught. Nichols
ing in state headquarters of defense
Clewiston, Fred A. Flanders andCarr' | with his wife and Mr. and Mrs. I I. Secretary of State Gray declared
Settle : work at St. Augustine, will be pres ,
of Moore Haven and Claude Huey' also of Atlanta ., present Florida laws "will take care
I ,, spent of Clewistonand ent next week the.
Scoutmaster Louis Wethington j to open course. .
F. A. Taylor, Rev. L. .a few ,days at the of the'situation" on voting by service
Inn to 'enjoy bass I
H. Wheeler and I I Oddis L. Hull of LaBelle, among The class will be held each Tues
R. N.
T iMller of La- fishing on the lake. On I men and women. He said state
one of these have been day evening beginning at 8 o'clockin
the selectees
Belle and Scouts January
from tho three localities.
I excursions, while fishing in the' ac-I laws permit all who were qualified
the Center. Anyone
cepted into the Army and are Community
canal, a voters before entering the armed
1, large black bass struck thee home until February 3rd. when they i| interested may enroll in the class
Reports of the year's work hook so vigorously that the I services to vote on all local], state
jolt upset will report again to..Camp Blanding next week, and should anyone miss
:madeat the meeting which | Mr. Nichols j I and national issues and that he un-
was I who was casting,
{ of classes wilL
for military service. Reports on |any the he be permit-
;; opened with an address of welcome and he landed in the canal. derstood the latest pending federal
When the other selectees, who left with I ted to male up the work.. The '
0>y n Wheeler.. I he, came to the surface the legislation on the subject "does not
was these two, have not been received {j course will continue through 12 lessons -
Scout.committeemen | making off jby stretch of the imagination
for the district with the rod any
and reel
and is intended to train aavailable
at the Hendry County board's office. .
were named and I I apply to party primaries. In Flor-
; plans made The tackle I
was recovered, Nichols ""nl1n of niti7Pl1C' Cn' thp". 111:1" he
for the new year's activities. caught A new procedure for pie-induc' .: ida,. democratic nomination is
three' big bass on the trip tions been established ,, for service as extra police
has by selec-
Awards vere made by Scout Director 1; and returned to the Inn, wet but I officials. alll officers should an' emergency arise equivalent to election.
f Treat tive service Hereafter Gray said the biggest: group bar-
for advancements at 11 satisfied with his
i fishing experience requiring such a
examinations will be given at Camp of those
previous boards of review but no | red from voting consisted
p:: board of review Thursday. I Blanding; there will be no exami- ---' who have reached the age of 21
was held
;;::4 Many awards went to Clewibtou; ;, Ladies Aid Plans nations given by local physicians. Garden Club To Have since entering the services and the

'. ...Scouts. Benefit 'Registrants will be notified 1Q days only way to overcome this would be
Local Scouts Dinner Feb. 10 I'I'I In advance of their date to report Color Slides Thursday for the legislature in a special session -

.' attending were ClIfford for physicals; transportation to and: I to abolish registration as a.

-Sr };, Chastain Beatty, Charles, Lionel Beatty, Randall I 'The'cxecu'ti committee of the from their local board's headquarters The Clewiston Garden Club will voting requirement. 'He said he did
Raymond Ladies Aid'.Society met will be paid.Registrants Thursday believe legislators would do.
S;: Trice, .Frank Conkling Eddie Conk- Thursday meet in the Library next
. .j ]ling Anthony Toulis, Billy Toulis, beneflt'dinner afternoon to formulate plans for a who are accepted for afternoon. The program will be in this even if called into a special session -

}; 'Emery Campbell, to'be given at Sugar- service and pass their physicals may charge of Mrs. W. C. Owen, and it ,
:". Fred Young, Charles'Sammy Young, land Park Recreation. Hall\ on February then volunteer for, immediate induc- is planned to have a showing of Congressman R. A. (Lex) Green

./ George .Devane Benbow, 10th. tion, or may return to their homes kodachrome slides on landscaping. urged a. return of the system of
Dub Mills. Stanley Wright,-and I Details of the plans will be an- and await induction in the usual The meeting will begin at three o'- first and second choice votes in tho

nounced later. manner. clock 5 5 (Continued. Page 8)

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Germany's 'Second Army'Is w

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Nazi Way of Total WarStorm y. ,K'NU Sen i An, always easy life Fkt.Im i.s :

Washington, D. C. 11 Wrote the Peace: glad I K-we. to 'I

LITTLE PIGS GO TO MARKET A cooling-off period would be ta- fight For tKinj- J
Troopers Elite Guard Are Backbone ofHitler's Agriculture officials are staring boo. After more than a decade of Contentment !
with bulging eyes at the telegrams Nazi and Jap 'infamy, their guilt : i
Special Military Forces; Every received from the livestock markets. shouts. Why sit back and allow my mind Feel ,, iF2 i
The number of hogs killed in a sin- their mouthpieces, both here and t.
Third German in Uniform.By gle day has passed the figure of abroad, to stifle justice by ,baitingour r\:1"C\: N ? !

300,000, ,and is still going up. sympathies? Sub-humans must: <
November has already set an all- be crushed like cockroaches. There's t I
BAUKHAGENews time record in hog slaughter of nothing more dangerous than a 'killer -

Analyst andCommentator.WNU 6,900,000 (federally inspected). De- who beats the rap. It gives him ....
cember will go still higher. Cattle the arrogance to search for another ,. I
Service, Union Trust Building, there are many ramifications whichare slaughter also set a record in November throat to slit.Frozenfaced. WNU Features. I!i
Washington, D. C. strictly under the party con- but is now tapering off. Notso j
As I walkdown Pennsylvania ave- trol-the Nazi transportation corps with hogs. Junkers and Jap jI I
all -three separate air groups, the famous military hop-heads must be deprivedof
nue these brisk winter days with Nothing like this has ever hap-
the sharp reminders of history about "Todt" organization "todt" pened in the history of the world. their tools. Bullets are their CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
me-General Jackson there on his means death in German but in this Nature, plus a low ceiling price on bread. They dedicate their lives to .
case it is a man's name). This is a war. The loss of tussle is
horse, tip-tilted in the air with his corn and the delay in putting a ceil- one only
charger pawing the heavens, in the great construction (and now, after ing price on hogs, is now scatter- the signal for blue-printing another
center: of Lafayette park; the thea- the bombing, reconstruction) organi- ing pork all over the landscape. This session of blood and steel. But you
ter on the spot where Seward was zation, the boys who parade with will continue ,through January, February can't invade a neighbor with paper Nurses' Training: SchoolsMAKE
attacked as part of the plot' that laid shovels instead of guns. and into the month of March. battle plans alone. They shouldbe -
Lincoln low; and across the road, There are several others-the I In spite of the pork flood, however, stripped of all weapons including practical UP nurse TO S25-S35! Learn WEEK quickly asa at trained home.

the White House with its kaleido- Labor service, trained in camps there is no surplus, and officials in- putty-blowers. Booklet NURSING.free.Dept.CIIiCAGO CW-I. Cblea SCHOOL o. OF "'"".
scope of history-I,wonder about the (something like the old CCC campsin sist that there must be no "holiday"
year ahead of us. this country) ; then come the various from rationing. OPA and War Food Bumdist Fritz Kuhn and his

Are we going to face a casualtylist welfare, women's and youth administration agree on this. They cronies now in the hoosegow shouldbe PLANTSCABBAGE
of 400,000 Americans in the next organizations.This have had 'many differences in the shipped back to their Fatherlandon "
2* months? deep regimentation (remem- past, but they stand together on the the first cattle boat. Allowing PLANTS
I have watched the President ber, one out of three ,in uniform) is matter of red points. them to go free in America is un Charleston Wakefield. Earlv Jersey Wake- 4
closely at the last press and radio i the Nazi way of creating a total Fact is, they have debated remov- thinkable. And why should taxpayers Copenhagen field Early Flat Market Dutch.$2.00 SI.75 per per thousand.thousand.
conferences since he returned from war that is total. When the German ing pork from rationing, but ran foot the bill for their food and orders Cash with order or c. o. d. Now shipping;
quickly. Write
Cairo and Teheran. I have noted a armies are beaten, these organizations into so much prospective grief that board while they're in our clinks? PLANT FARM or wireDEALER'S
seriousness in his mien that I have will still remain. They can they gave it up. For if housewives They wanted to share the loot of a Ashburn - Georgia.
not seen before. He said, when he work on after defeat% unless they are could buy pork without stamps, they Nazi victory. It is only right that
would their for beef and they should be forced to share the
uprooted.A use stamps
was asked what Stalin was like: he Found Gen. 'Ike' Pinch-
butter, which are still short. Or if burden of a Nazi defeat.
is a realist, like me. fuller realization of this prob- .40.
Ameri- CPA tied, the points to the product, SwitchboardThis
lem may make it easier for Hitting at
And in the last few I
days, as The war against intolerance must
making for pork
his separate stamps ,
cans to understand why, after
have talked with officials I find this
others for beef, and others for but- march on. Racial hatred was a disease -
latest the Presidentis
trip to Europe,
note into their revealing story was re-
creeping con-
before Naziism out of
ter etc. there would be outcries popped
in sober mien, why the high layed from' North Africa
versations. Is America standing at :
the wall and it remain
from different such Jew will
who groups, as
officials and the civilians An
army important midnight tele-
Gethsemane with the sac- I
Naziism is under' tombstone.
rifice to come? i. know this problem intimately, hope ish people, who ban pork. phone 'conference was being held
Conclusion is that the ration books Bigotry can only breed civil wars
that civilian America will not wax at General Eisenhower's
The great boast of Americans is overconfident on the eve of military must be left alone, and the only way that result in international unrest. quarters. The soldier at I
that we are realists, that we are victory. to solve the bounty problem is to The war cannot be considered won the young
not to be led astray by starry-eyed S e e make federal purchases heavier and until we attain the tolerance we head off with
dreamers. And the last' thing have all over North
yet them fought for.
that America is willing to,look at is Status of FascismIn move more rapidly. Africa. The G.!. had a slight fever
Army purchases of beef were ex-
but he didn't
want to tell
the bare facts. Spain tremely heavy in the beef monthsof Our military forces .should never any- b
Al- One of the that not dIscussed again be allowed to rust. Our body about it. Finally, though, a
Here are some of them: the things was September. through November. To- mus- lull came in the conference and
lies have one army apiece-the by the "Big Three" or the day, Lend Lease purchases of porkare cles must be in fighting trim at all his captain ordered him to bed.
armed forces. The Reich has two- "Big Four" in the recent meetingsat growing heavy and will hold up times. The Air Age has shrunk the About
hour later he awoke
the armed troops and the uniformed Cairo and Teheran, ,as far as the through the "hog run" now floodingthe globe. Tomorrow's Pearl Harbor from his an doze and ,heard the
"second army" (as early as 1939, an world knows, was Spain., market. could be New York, Chicago, L. A. switchboard going full-blast. Won-
association of German tailors ad- The President, in answer to a But this does not always take the or a town in Montana. The cost of dering who could have
mitted that every third German was direct question when he returned, meat out of storage.. Lend Lease security will be high, but the cost him at 2 possibly he went replaced -
in uniform). Russia be made of insecurity is higher-not only in a. m.,
said he did not see Franco. He admitted shipments to, can back to his board found Eisen-
',', delayed when Russia is to dollars but in something more priceless : -
',The Storm' Troopers however, that something only ready eat hower running the switchboard for
his return. He never said the pork, since they have no storage : The lives of American youth. his conference. ,
First there is
the Sturm ..
Britain the other
what. space.; on hand,
Abteil "-storm troopers. 1 There have been signs that some- can store pork, and is taking ship- Charming Pollack (in' Your ''Lifer ----- ,, .c' .

They started from a nucleus of one has been whispering into Gen- ments faster than the rate of use. mag) climbs out on a precarious Hard'Blizzard
: "bouncers" who kept order when eralissimo Franco's ear just the With livestock production high, limb. He insists that wives hate
the Nazis had their early meetings same. and submarine sinkings low, more their husbands as much as they In the terrible blizzard that
before they came into power. By He has disbanded the Falangists. beef and pork are getting to Allied love them. I don't believe it swept the northwestern section of
1932, this group had grown to three They are the uniformed party mem-' fighting forces overseas than ever Newscaster Quincy Howe defendsthe the United States in 1888, thou-
million men Roehm's "brown bers, a real military and hard-fisted before. CBS censorship in Atlantic sands of head of cattle were frozen -
:.. shirt" army. Roehm, you recall, bunch of uniformed fascists, the active e, e Monthly. He states: "In so far as standing up on their feet in
::0, was purged. This great organization party members of the Spanish MORE STRIKES AHEAD commentators do slant their views, the fields.

was then theoretically liquidated fascismo.I There are a lot more strikes in those who slant them away from
but the forces ,which made its saw a few in Spain. They were the country than the public is awareof. the New Deal have found favor'

( organization possible remained. In polite to me as, a foreigner but they The, government has\abandoned with sponsors and the public alike" GET
I, 1936, there was still a great organi- were not pleasant people. The onesI the policy of regular announcementsof Apparently Mr. Howe has not AFTER RHEUMATIC PAIN

zation (disarmed, except for a dag- met in the ranks were raw, untutored the number of strikes and the studiedor: even read the current radio Wilh a Medicine that will Preys Hull <

ger inscribed "all for Germany") youths, anxious ,for tips; number of man-hours lost. Thus the ratings-Crossley and Hooper) If,,you suffer from rheumatic painor
which had a well-organized administration glad, I would imagine, in that strikes do ,not get into the news- -which reveal only one news ,com- muscular aches,buy C-2223 today
with 637 regimentsperhapsless wrecked nation, to get food and a papers. mentator-reporter among the first 20 for real pain-relieving help. 60c, $1.
Caution Use only directed. First
: as
than 700OOO-still a goodly "sec- : suit of clothes from'the government.There But here, are some figures which radio programs That radio re- bottle purchase price refunded by
ond army" in itself. In 1939, this I is nothing more hardboiled, reveal that;) the no-strike pledge of porter's current rating (Hooper) is druggist if not satisfied. Get C-2223L
group, with nothing really official to of course, than a hardboiled youth. labor organizations is not very ef 22.2 His New Deal support is

do, was given specific duties, among Take away from him the decent out- fective.In famous The runner-up is sponsored -
them "responsibility" for the mili- : lets for his animal 'spirits-on the November alone, there were 120 by a Republican oil magnate. Queer Names Bring Fine

tary training of all German youth, I ball, field, in the school yard, any- strikes. The December figure will His rating is 14.2 -.' the other Zoroaster and Jupiter are the
as well as "responsibility" in ca- where where he can whoop and hol- be only slightly lower. In the week radiorators are rated: (12.0)) names of two children of Buenos

tastrophes and any national or. ,local ler and be himself-and what hap before Christmas, 91,000 mandayswere (10.6) ((8.3)) (7.2) Aires, Argentina. Their parentswere

emergency. pens?, A terrific, pent-up force, all lost in plants engaged in war ((6.8)) .' (5.8)) (4.5)) fined on the ground that they
But that is only the foundation of ,the primitive emotions seeking an production. Two days before Christ- (3.5)) ((3.1)) (3.2) had no right to give them absurd
the Nazis' "second army." outlet. The Nazis and the fascists mas, 21,000 people were out on Mr. Kaltenborn's substitutes are names.

The "SS" is the elite. "SS" stands knew this and their strength is still strike, and a number of critical rated 17.1 (Finger-snap). {:

for "Schutzstaffeln" usually referred in the strength of the youth they items were' behind- schedule. AT
to as the "elite guard." Theseare perverted: the primal instincts of Some of the strikes have no rela- Navy men returned from the sea SIGN FIRST'D
the men whom Hitler has triedto the caveman, which lurk within all tion to wages. Take for examplethe tell this column that a ship is still
forge into a new aristocracy. I of us, turned to the base uses of strike which Washington officials silhouetted against the lighted Flor-
I' can best tell of their training in the the party. refer to as "the Baltimore back- ida skylines-especially on moonless
words of a former prisoner in an Well, Spain, a nation of individu- house strike." The Western Electric nights. If anyone tells you the sub 666
Austrian concentration camp, whomI alists, has at last been able to shake plants at Baltimore are producingsuch menace is whipped in Southern wa- r USE

know personally. He is npt a Jew, itself loose from part of this bond- highly important items as ma- ters-ask the survivors -, When 666 TABLETS. SALVE, NOSE DROPS
but a full-blooded Teuton. He told age. The iron hand of Hitler, and rine cables and radar wire. But the war is over watch this be con-
me that from personal observation, the now withered hand of Mussolini, white workers went on strike because -' firmed: That the French island of
when he had been forced to work in have been withdrawn. Spanish fas white and colored workers'didnot Martinique was (until the Navy Two-Acre Tree 4
an "SS" training camp, the train- cismo is almost an empty shell.I I have separate toilet facilities. took it over) the Nazis' pet sub base A banyan tree in Bali, one of thelargest

ing of the "SS" men was just as It is an axiom that' fascism can The war department was obligedto Someone at the State Dep'tstopped'the in the world, 'covers two
brutal as the discipline of the prisoners only live on blood, the blood of its step in last week and take over Navy twice from taking acres.
:r except, of course, the bodies of enemies and when they are not the plants-solely because of toilet Martinique. As a result too many
ii. the "SS" cadets were not injured to within reach, its own people. It,has trouble. Workers began coming back American seamen and officers are WNU-7 2-44 A
the point of rendering them useless. ; no other sustenance-it represents' slowly, but four days after the plants I gone The G-Men in two yearsof
Strong anti-Nazi prisoners were that group which, in the lower ani- were taken over, over half the i war probed more than 13,000 \ .
I hung up by their wrists with their mals, produces'the outlawed, the lo workers were still out. cases of reported sabotage in the
:' hands behind their backs until their coed, the mad. We have these phe- Unfortunately, there is every prob- U. S. One in ten was found to be.
/, chest and shoulder muscles were nomena among the wolves, among ability that strikes will increase, actual sabotage, but even these were
I\.", torn apart. This, of course, would elephants, even among horsesthe"bad rather than decrease in the future. due to carelessness, spite or horse-
:-" not be done to an "SS" man since it elephant," the tiger which kills Next in line demanding wage in- play, etc. None by direction of en- Help Them Cleanse the Blood 'I' i.
> would render him unfit to serve the for pleasure and not for food. creases will be aircraft, steel and emy agents, says G-Man Hoover, of Harmful Body Waste

t&<" Fuehrer. But the "SS"cadets were' Starved to DeathSo shipyard workers. John L. Lewis' who adds: "That's no reason to relax waste Your matter kidneys from are the constantly blood stream.filtering But 1
f::" beaten in the face with riding whips victory broke the line, has stimu- as, the sabotage menace is as kidneys sometimes lag in their w.ork--do
l: and pounded as mercilessly with Spanish fascism has been lated demands.for increases in many great as before. The only effective not act impurities as Nature that intended-fail if retained;to may remove t
f; whips and staves. starved to death and the essential, industries. weapon is vigilance." poison the system and upset the whole
decent instincts of civilized body machinery.Symptoms .
man are
After the President to
be nagging backache
may ,
iS ..... Backbone Groups againcoming to the surface.In Lewis, George Harrison, railroad On the 20th Century Fox lot they persistent headache,attacks of dizziness
': A part of the "SS" is part of the this struggle of the ideolo- getting up nights, swelling, puffiness
;?: great brotherhoods chief, visited the White were gabbing about Woodrow Wilson under the eyes-a feeling of nervous
':\<.>-'. fighting army too. With complete gies, it has taken force to beat down House and said: "For Gawd's sake, whose saga is being filmed. anxiety and loss of pep and strength.
; divisions, infantry, armor, all the I force. It has taken a realizationthat When Wilson Other sign3: of kidney or bladder disorder
r'... you give it to your enemies, why was ill and paralyzedthe are sometimes burning, scanty or
S, ;; rest. '' human beings, banded togetherin not to your friends?" Senate sent Senator Fall 'to too frequent urination. '_
; There is bitter rivalry between an honest cause, have a chance check if he was insane as rumored.As treatment There should is wiser be no than doubt neglect.that prompt Use i:-
(:;,: the "SS" and the army high com against the beast, only if they can MERRYGOROUNDC Fall was leaving the bedroomhe Doan s Pilli. Doan't have been winning
,;;"" mand. It is "touch and go" as to outwit him at his own game. Once President Rios of Chile recentlytold paused at the door. "I' want you new They friends have for a nation-wide more than forty reputation.years.
',' ,:, who will be there to surrender Germany the active element of evil is con- newsmen he expected to visit to know," he said, "that the Senateis Are recommended by neighbor the
'8.: to the Allies in the end. quered, the natural decencies of the the United States. This plan is,now praying for you, Mr. President." country over. Alt: your/ !
r These are the backbone organizations civilized man rise again and domi- aside Without
due to the grave situationin batting'an eye, Wilson 0
of Hitler's "second army" but nate. Argentina and Bolivia. queried "Which way?" I e



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. : f ,A Nt TIIR information on various subjects was visiting years London ago ,and George, feeling Ade

lonesome suddenly
spotted a man
;', The Questions I bombardiers, hit even camouflaged he thought he knew back home. Pop's Share"Did Then He Went

targets? He rushed up eagerly and gave you do much fighting dur- "What became of the hired hand you
I 1. What is the insigne for the The Answers the fellow a resounding whack on ing the last war, Pa?" got from the city?" -;

military police ofjhe U. S. army? the back, causing his glasses to "I did my share of it, son." "He used to be a chauffeur, and he

2. What is a gavotte? 1. Crossed pistols. fly off, his hat to sail into the air "Did you make the enemy run?" crawled under a mule to see why it

3. The Isle of Capri is in what 2. A dance. and his armload of ,bundles to fall "I certainly did, my boy." didn't go" |

sea? 3. The Tyrrhenian sea. into the street. "Did they catch you, Dad?"

\ 4. A candidate for the presidency 4. Thirty-five. Then he discovered his mistake More Below .
of the United States must be at 5. A person able to assume a and apologized profusely to ,the Only Thinking Two soldiers, on their way for
least how old? wolf's form. stranger, explaining that he Private-I think I'll punch that overseas duty, were standing on
k 6. Helvetia. thought the man to be'an old sergeant in the nose again. the deck of a transport.
5. Superstitiously speaking
,,'. loupgarou is what? a 7. Infrared film can spot false friend. Second Private-You mean to First Soldier-Did you ever see
structure (netting, cloth streamers, "Oh, that's quite all right, old say you punched him? so much water in all your life?
6. What is the Latin name of artificial camouflage), so that a chap;" said the Englishman, "but Private-Oh, no, I mean I Second Soldier-You ain't seen

i. Switzerland? trained cameraman, with one look, -er-tell me, does your friend thought the same thing every day nothin' yet. That's just the top
I 7. Why can our army and navy I can select the proper target. I care for this sort of thing?" last week. of it.

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Drink juice of 1 Sunkist Lemon in 1
when used on a wire line, place a
a glass of water first thing -on side of
0 clothespin on each the

arising.Most people find this all they 9' prop. / !

need-stimulates normal bowel action .
j ; day after day! Insulating board, cut to proper
Lemon and water is good for \ .i : shape and size, makes a neat and CHEST
,' you.. Lemons are among the rich- serviceable table pad. For larger
est sources of vitamin C, which ) tables, it can be made in sections.
: combats fatigue, helps resist colds i : : To Promptly Relieve Coughingand
; : : and infections. They. supply valu- r Make Breathing EasierAt
.' able amounts of vitamins Bi andP. : A small section of rubber hose the'first signs which may warn''of a -I.
They slipped over the end of a faucet cold-the Dionne Quintuplets' chests
pep up appetite. They
throats and backs are rubbed with
1. I, alkalinize, aid digestion. Lemon will help to prevent chipping and Musterole-a product made especially
, ::: and water has a fresh tang too- .-' .', breaking of glassware. to promptly relieve coughs and sore throat
: clears the mouth, wakes you up, due to colds, to make breathing easier
, 'i and break local congestion in the
starts going. up
I you More juice can be obtained from
bronchial tract.
, I.I: Try this grand wake-up drink .' lemons if they are warmed before upper Musterole brings such wonderful relief
10 mornings. See if it doesn't help Q \
squeezing. A good way is to let because it's MORE than just an ordinary '
j 'f you Use California Sunkist "salve." It's what so many Doctors
the fruit stand in water fora
Lemons. and Nurses call a modern counter"
j 'f few minutes. irritant. Since Musterole is used on the
Quints-you can be sure it's just about
i BACK IN GRANDMA'S butter cartons the BEST cold-relief you can buy!
Empty are handyfor IN 3 STRENGTHS Children's Mild
;, ,.. colds often called for medicated mutton I storing cookie dough in the re Musterole for children: and people with

r'. ,., muscle suet as aches a "home, coughing.remedy": Today to ,comfort it's for : ; frigerator. The dough is then eas- tender skin; Regular for ordinary cases -
.1.: Penetro, modern medication In a baso .. ;"; : ? : ily sliced into uniform pieces for and Extra Strong for stubborn cases.

;- containing mutton suet. Penetro's dou- molding.
ble action relieves these miseries
-(1)) vaporizes *
to soothe stuffy nose (2) acts like YOUR looks better groomed with
: warming plaster right where rubbed on.' YOU'LL see this set in the very I This is ,distinctly.a gala dress-up When sewing, a medicine dropper MoTolineHairTonicKeepsHAIR
';_ 25c. Double supply, 350. Get Penetro. unruly hair in place..Im.ve .
best places this winterthey'resecond set to wear with your very filled with water and run along a Gives lustre. Big bottle,
'0 to none in good looks. Cro- best winter clothes and it has no seam which is to be pressed, is only 25c. Sold everywhere.
chet the smart pill-box hat of black age limit. the simplest method of dampening "

SNAPPY FACTS wool and please-do the separate The hat and mittens are as at- the material.
flowers in pink! The pink and tractive on the chic gray-haired So-Called Ice Plant

ABOUT black combination with the match- woman as they are on .the. college Sometimes a hole is burned or The ice plant of California is so .
I ing mittens are lovely with a bea- girl! worn in an otherwise good white called because glittering beads on

RUBBERLow ver coat-or a fur coat of any sort. .* tablecloth. The damage can be its surface give it the appearanceof

To obtain complete crocheting instructions repaired most effectively by stitch- being covered with ice.f"to .
WJr\ I for the Pink-Flower Hat and Mitten ing a crocheted motif of fine
\ Acii3y Set' (Pattern No. 5644) send 16 cents in I
Uncltl coin, your name and address and the pat thread over the hole and cutting fabric relieve distress of MONTHLY
tern number. away worn or damaged
Send your order to: underneath. Add one or more ad-
Female Weakness
costs prevailing post- HOME NEEDLEWORK ditional motifs so the crocheted
.' war world consumption of : 530 South Wells St. Chicago. work looks intentional. Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com-
natural and synthetic rubber pound Is made especially for women -
; may total 2,000,000 tons a to help relieve periodic pain with Its
weak tired, nervous, blue feelingsdue
is the prediction
year Some couples manage to patch, to functional monthly dis
: ; recently by John L. Collyer, up their old quarrels until theyare ON THE turbances.
president of The B. f. Good- Taken regularly-PInkham's COm-
rich Co. This would be nearly almost as good as new. s 0 pound helps build up resistance
HOME FRONT against such symptoms. Here Is a
twice as much as ever consumed -
that nature andthat's
Y" In a record year to Have you noticed, the chronic ,!1! ,11''if,,, product the kind helps to buy! Famous for
date. kicker never kicks himself.The RUTH WYETH SPEARS almost a century. Thousands upon
thousands of women have reported

Some 32 million pounds of rubber fellow who is continually in hot I together. Use carpet thread double for benefits.Worth trying Follow label directions.

will be needed by the Army Signal water doesn't necessarily have a clean CENTER this and for sewing the braided rows LYDIAE.PINKHAH'S g V:
s Corps this year for Insulating record. around the edge of the rug. MD
ss; W-110-B wire used In maintainingdirect AND
DARK NOTE-This rug design is from BOOK 8
communications.additional Luck may plant a man in a high OSE EDGE which contains 31 other things to make
;r. .: 4 million pounds will be required post of importance, but ability has DARK from scraps of fabric and other odds and In Ice
,,. for friction and splicing tape. Just CENTER AND ends. Price of book is 15 cents. Address:
r two of the many rubber-using to keep him there. L1GHi During the ice age,.walrus livedin

items of this Army branch.' EDGE MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS what is now Florida, and moose
Better the shoulder to the'wheel v Siq M Bedford Hills New York thrived as far south as Kentucky.
than the back to the wall. Drawer 10
LEAVESBORDER Enclose 15 cents'for Book No. 8.
Broad hints are wasted on nar-: FOR 30'TiUG4ROWS

row-minded people. TsROws Name ...............................
Don't a GREEN Address .............................
tell other people your troubles. 4 RED
Most of them don't want to listenandthe ORANGI & / M'
rest are glad you have them. ALMOND M ,? r
fti: WHEN you have made one rag Capital PunishmentSince \

0 Early RecordingA rug you will find yourself a 1

t member of an enthusiastic clan; .1928, the states that impose "
unique phonograph record is counting the days until you fall a life sentence for murder

that of the bugle call which sounded heir to a dress of a particular have decreased from 8 to 6, while -Buy War Savings Bonds- .J
the Charge of the Light Bri- color that fits into the design thatis those that execute by hanging

gade at Balaklava, Russia, on developing under your fingers. have decreased from 19 to 10,
October 25, 1854, during the Cri- says Collier's. Those inflicting the

mean war. Using the original bugle The sketch gives all the directions you penalty by electrocution have in- 1.

the English soldier who sounded rag will need rug with to copy a flower this fascinating medallion braided in the creased from 20 to 24, while those

the call on the battlefield made center. Or you may make two of_the using hydrocyanic gas have increased -
the recording in London 53 years medallions sew them together and add a from 1 to 8.
Gather Your Scrap ; & braided handle for a knitting bag. Braid Incidentally) Utah still gives the
ago.One and keep the work
the fabric strips tightly
of the few copies of it is condemned man a choice of being
the circles for the
-&- Throw flat while you sew roses
It at Hitler! '
owned by 'Yale university. and the loops for leaves; then sew them hanged or shot.

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The Clewiston News Jan. 20; stamps G, H and J valid)I point-the missioners are American I week. Jenness, the more bewitch

I through Feb. 20.SugarBook boys in one sense-with no better ing of two daughters, gets involvedin Johnson's Fish Camp I
four stamp 30 good luck than the rest of us. In another 1 :
and political indiscre-
Published every Friday In Clewlston, for five pounds through March 31. sense, of course, they are tons'lnVashington confidential (Near Hurricane? Gate)
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, I Shoes-Book one stamp 17 and special breed. secretary to a handsome isolationist Clewiston, Fla.
inc. three "airplane" stamp 1 good Boats and Motors-Guide Service 1Rates
War does not come to them with congressman \ I'
I indefinitely. the shock: with which .it comes to ALSO THE HILLS Reasonable
Entered as second class mall matter (Continued on Page S) is a provoca- W. II. Johnson, Mgr.
I most of us. In the midst of bullets
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office In tive, many-sided novel of the renaissance -, .
Clewlston, Florida, under the Act of 1 the true missioner is much the same of
an American
I family in
March 3, 1891.SubserllJtlon Book Reviews man he always was; for he is alwaysin these frenzied times. IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION
battle forces evilas
against such of ,
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Kate-$2.30 Per Year New books in Clewiston Public Li- only war can bring to the generalrun -----------

Advertising Kates On Application. I braiy-levlewed by Mrs. W. Dean of mankind.
i King, chairman: Father Meyer preferred to remain I
I with the sufferers at Stanley Pris- I I Tory's FlH.JI! e.M By Peters t
Devoted to the advancement and -welfare Thunderhead-Mary O'Hara. I on; Father Cummings elected to _
of Clewiston and Hendry County. Also The Hills-Frances Parkinson stay on Bataan with those who had -
Keyes. I no alternative; Father Sweeney had %& ,':E'rRi1iIp---!!: :

The Ten Commandments-Thom- the boat in which he was bringing .
as Mann -and ,others. medical supplies shot from under 4 -i A car that needs service '
NATIONAL EDITORIAL- The l\lothers-Vardis Fisher. :| him by the .Japanese. Surely these P is a'poor "traveling com-

_WJ\SSOCIATION\ I I Why Women Cry Or, 'Wenches are moments of the utmost heroism k our EXPERI-' .
m I With, \Vrenches-Elizabeth Hawes. I II I and nobility-to e\eryone but the ; E?> service
Penhallow-Georgette Heyer. missioners themselves. it. .
I I Tangier eed-Geoige Willis. I
--- Taps for Private Tussie Jesse ALSO TIlE HILLS

DEVELOPMENT RECOGNIZED I I Stuart. I By Frances Parkinson Keyes iSTON ,
Count On Two Days Mannix
I The farmers of New England werea '
wonder if the casual Walker. I
We often
nice old-established family who
visitor recognizes Clewiston for what. I. Equinox-Allan Seager. I
: took their prejudices for granted
but Unidentified Woman Mignon .
it is-a city whose steady some- _
outside -
I until catastrophic events in the -
times rapid growth has been Eberhart.
nd-// world and in their'own lives
hering closely to 'a carefully The Eight Million-Meyer Berger. made them grow in understandingand x + FLORIDA 4'
city plan. It is an example of the Under Cover-John Roy Cailson.
tolerance. Heartbreak and
value of city planning. In any Without Orders-Martha Albrand
I tragedy came to Daniel and Serena
community even when growth and Jane Eyre-Charlotte Bionte.:
; almost at the moment of Pearl.
development is' steady and unh\r-I, The Sex Refresher Cleo et Anthony Harbor. very "Are you're da bloke what advertised fera
Their only son, Jerome, a
ried. the results are seldom desira- II _
Reserve Officer, announces his-impetuous Experienced Travelin' Companion? .
hectic Santa Claus In Santa Land-Dr.
ble. And whenever there a .
I '
spurt of expansion or rapid develop- Harold W.-Trott. maniage to a girl from I
New Orleans he has known but a I
ment, unless there is a plan that is I ---
adhered to, the results are THE TEX COMMANDMENTSThe .
strictly --- ---- -------------------------------------
deplorable and permanent. I authors of this importantbook

Leo Wotisky, publisher of the are: Thomas Mann, Rebecca
Punta Gorda Herald and Charlotte West, Franz Werfel. Bruno Fran,:, .
county representative, was a recent Jules Romains, Andre Maurois,I I &
visitor here and his paper the following Sigrid Undset, John Erskiue, Louis -, i:4:
week carried an appreciative Bromfield and Henrik Van Loon. 1'
comment. Each contributor to THE TEN

"Those who haven't kept right up COMMANDMENTS has written. a
to the minute of Florida growthand striking short novel showing how I
development are certain to be Hitler has failed in his boast to

already years behind the expansion smash the Ten Commandments andChristianity's I

that is taking place in Florida's' moral code. This is''
sugarbowl city of Clewiston," he I fiction written for a purpose.
wrote. "This city, planned with -._- YOUR ,
foresight has more than doubled in -
population in the past four years, By James Keller and Meyer BergerIn "
and its population has reached an MEN OF MARYKNOLL Father
estimated 4,500 persons. That in Keller and Meyer Berger write of k r .i1I' itself is remarkable. I missioners and their odd and painful "
way of life, of the stubbornness i ., ;
"Clewiston is l leally an attractivelittle I
with which they persist, in the face ,{
city with palms, carefully kept f
and I of war, in .their knowledge that ;
parks, new and modern homes
there is more happiness in giving I
business buildings. It has an active -
new population, and one lead- ,(than receiving I II ; Vik1
ing citizen with whom we talked Father Keller is director of' the
during a visit there said he predicts I New: York City headquarters of theMaryknoll I .'
'conservatively' that the population Fathers and managing :4, Jt tsr1it -' .

will be 10,000 in another 10 years. I editor of The Field Afar, 'which is I
This would make Clewiston one of I the organization's magazine. Meyer.
the fastest growing municipalitiesin 'II Berger is a tender man with a p s-I j 4vIfl:
Florida. It has become the centerof sioii for the strange and revealing j \

a vast farming area, and great 'fact. It is a remarkable combina- :
in the making tion. .
new developments are -
-: inspired- by the sugar company."It I The two authors give us the hum- I
.: is a revelation to see this city.: ble and wondering story of priests 1
:,:: -It is a' model for Florida. and furnishes trained- at Maryknoll-on-the-Hudsou
a fair. idea of what may be i i r to labor In the wild, foreign places.

\ done in this state when adequate'l I It is a good story to be reminded of

_. capital and unlimited during these days of murderous hate. r: ( IJ
combined." I Ii i I I The authors' do not labor their '

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>'- i I Ii P.-T. A. Meeting Has 19TH BIRTHDAY OF EDDIE- -\ Approximately one-third of the IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID-

MUSGRAVE CELEBRATEDMrs. gasoline produced In refineries east I -- ...

r Personals ] Good AttendanceThere T. C., jlusgrave'gave a ehildren's I' of the Rocky Mountains during the

N I_ present half-year is destined for
Y party for the youngsters of ,1
was a fine attendance at the neighborhood Monday afternoonto military uses. 2.2i'

; ;.., --- the P.-T. A. meeting held Tuesday celebrate the 9th birthday of her .> .,'

f, '::"V-\" Hubert Laud was a business visitor evening in the school auditoriumwith son, Eddie. ..:..: .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:... ."_
Ft ",;, in Miami Sunday. I'I Mrs. F. E. Conkling, president, Cake, ice cream and punch were I -;

in charge. The members voted a I served to Nancy Moon, Shirley Mar- Ii i OUR NEW TAr P 06RAM \ {

donation of $100 to the AthleticI shall, Linda and ,Jane Lee Norma iii'ofyira .
,, Mrs. D. G. Alston spent a couple IS BASED OfTH ', .
of days in Miami this week. I I I Council. J and Dale Perry, James and Turner "S/IEAR WEALTH" ": 1
I -./ I i I Mrs. Carl Johnson made a report Harris and Tommy Musgrave. i I THE :.-
I II I J JI I': on the work in the school library. A j
: ,.. .4 Mrs. W. C. Nail spent Tuesday in "" ,
!'i I. She statedthat many new books had PINK AND YELLOW SCHKMlTOF : I ,
: Moore Haven visiting her sister, ?
y' : been' selected by Mrs. Helen Weet- JERKY BOLTON'S PARTYN away
Mrs S. C. Stalls. I
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man, librarian, and added to the -- .
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shelves through purchase with funds Mrs. Ben Bolton used a. color x-- Urf a ef,

>i'- Mrs. A. W. Lawrence and Mrs. provided by the state. scheme of pink and yellow" in preparing If most of jour friends areaway I -

z Urey Waldron are: spending' this, Hostesses for the Friday evenings refreshments and accessoriesfor now-in the sel'dce---do- GV I Ii
week ,in Miami 1 dig war jobs-don't you feel : 1
.' at the Community Center were the party given Saturday after- I left behind sometimes \ i i '7{
announced as follows: Mrs. Harry noon to celebrate the 6th birthday I| ,
Lt. R. Y. Patterson, Jr., of Fort Vaughn, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. of her son, Jerry. ; Why not get in the midst of I ",i

!- Sill, Oklahoma, arrived Monday to I W. N. Martin and Mrs. M. A. Games were played indoors and i this war? Join the WAG! '),

;; spend a' furlough with his parents, ; Thomas. I refreshments of cake: and ice cream I You can see new places, make I .I
Mr. and Mrs. R. Y.. Patterson. j friends learn .
were served. Airplanes'ere given new interestingthings :J
... I The principal talk on the pro-I I
-- 1 gram was by Coach Bernard ,MyersI as favors to the little guests, who I -while 3on arc doing vital

{ Clyde W. Stephens arrived over I j I who spoke on recreation. Peggy I included Jay Carroll Miner, Alfred II work to speed victory. aIncoihe

the week: end from Chanute Field, Powell gave a vocal number and Meador, Windsor Meador, Tommy The Army ne.edsour help taxes are now on the-

Illinois, and is visiting'Mrs. Stephens Mrs M. H.. Stroud a piano selection. Suggs, Paul Bowden, Charles Twid-!1 nrgentlj- This is your ,chance! "weekly payment plan" Another -: I

R: for a short furlough. Attention of P.-T. A. members dy Richard Twiddy, Betty ,Ann For full details apply at the good "weekly plan" is to check; ,"

was called to the 15 minute radio Suggs, Joyce Turner, Linda Lee. I nearest U. S. Army Recruiting ,that medicine cabinet shortages ,:'!

Mrs. Maston O'Neal and baby of :!! program, The Baxter Family, whichis Nadine Bembry Sharon Crochet, Station (jour local post office of emergency items.ALSTON'S. I )

-.;- Coral Gables are spending a few on the air weekly beginning at John Perry, Bobby Roland, Sue Cor- r will give you the address.) Or :

.. days in Clewiston visiting Mr. and 1:30, Saturday afternoons. I nette, Patsy and Janet Casper, Billy I II write: The Adjutant General, AND .

{ :, Mrs. Roscoe Brintou....... I I Nall, Marjorie and Warren Brown j Room 4415, Munitions 'Build I ,

RICHARD H. WILSON Mary Jean King, Wayne King ing, Washington, D. C.
Wanda Bembry and Barbara Peters. SEMINOLE DRUGS
Mrs David C. Hancock and chil- .

', dren are spending the week in Orlando Richard H. Wilson, father of R. .....................................................................................................'oJ.' I CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA
visiting Mrs. Hancock's mo :''C., Wilson of Clewiston, died at his OWENS ARE HOSTS AT ,"
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home in Ocala after ill-
ther. Monday
4' -- I ness of several weeks. 111'Vilson' an ,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:N:..:NNNN:NNN NN:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:N:.1:..:NNN.:NNN:NN. .N:...:.
I and Mrs. W. C. Owen were
Mr. and Mrs. R., C. Wilson spent was 79 years of age.
hosts at a dinner party at their home :'i: REPORT OF CONDITION. OF ..t! -
several days this week in Ocala, be-I Funeral services were held in Saturday evening. Following' din- ,:, I ..,
ing called there by the death of West Palm Beach Wednesday after-
.' ner bridge was enjoyed, with first :;: FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON :
'' '' Wilson's: father, R. H. Wilson? noon and interment followed in the ,. :: .-:
i prize for ladies, a box of bath powder ::
cemetery there. A number of Clew- OF 'CL WISTON 4
going' to Mrs W. H. Lanier. 't'
iston friends of the family attended .'
Sullivan will arrive tomorrow ,, .
: I Otto Larsen first
won prize for
the services. :: AT THE CLOSE OF -
from Parris Island, S. C. to spend I and received a box of shaving soap. '. ',. 'i'
brr..and Mrs. Wilson called : BUSINESS. ON DECEMBER 31, 1943 "
., a furlough with his parents. Mr. I were, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt won a box of .'. I ., .. .'t'. .
c' .: I i. ,
Ocala the week before Christmas
and. Mrs. John L. Sullivan. i I novelty!! toilet soap as cut prize? and .:; ASSETS ,. ,, 'i'
by the' illness of the elder 'MrWil- Mrs J.V.. Ezelle consolation I .:. : I .t..
l son: His'co'nd ion did not become .:. Loans and discounts (Including' $ No ,F '. ':'

Miss Orvilla Hoperich, of the Inn worse, however, and they returned prize. .;. overdrafts) ...._..........................._:.........:__....:..$ 102,434.72 :::
; Beauty Parlor, is spending a few |I' Guests invited were Mr. and Mrs. '
''to' their home here. They went back United States Government obligations, direct .'i',
;.- weeks in West Palm ,Beach wher :"to 'Ocala when his condition became Otto Larsen, Mr. and MrsV.: C. .,2.:' and guaranteed ,..._._........................._............ 463,450.00 .}
she is studying new methods of j!! critical and remained to accompany Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs. W.. H. Lanier, :x: Obligations of States and political ,subdivisions. 18,000.00 ".'

permanent waving. Mr. and Mrs. ,F. E. Conkling, Mr. +i Other bonds, notes, and debentures .._................. 19,047.50 'i'
4 [ the to West Palm Beach
-, body. and Mrs: E. C. Mills, Mr. and Mrs.J. 'Z' Cash, balances with other banks, including .y

Mr,, and Mrs. Frank Conkling- i:,j i W. Ezelle, Mr, and "Mrs. H. A:: reserve balances, and cash items in process "i"
IRON CROCHET CELEBRATES Bestor and Mr. and Mrs. C. A.I .!' of collection ....................___..........................___ 605,071.88 X::
and Mr. and Mrs Arthur King were
: BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY i Bank premises owned $2,209.65'Jfurniture and +
.; in LaBelle Thursday evening to at- I(Berner. I + fixtures $1,868.93 .........___....__......__.............. 4,078.58 .:..
tend the annual meeting of' the''! Mr. and Mrs. Owen also had a ., :::
I ; (Bank premises owned are'subject to $ No
Sharon Crochet, daughter of Mr.
Glades-Hendry Boy Scout district. I I small dinner party Sunday evening, ::: liens not assumed by bank) i;.
.;3i and,,Mrs, Sidney Crochet was given I inviting as their guests Mr. and Mrs. '+ Real estate owned other than bank premises .... ,, 1,603.99 :::,

Mrs. James- M. Congdon of Fort' a party Monday 'afternoon' at her I I F. Deane Duff, Mr. and Mrs. N. V. S.Mumford ,1 'i Other assets .__........__.................__....................'...__.. ., 1,235.80 'i'I.
'i home celebrating her 7th birthday. : and'M 's. E. M. Blake. i i'I. I.:' '.'

Myers spent .a few days over the May Lois Hawkins and ,Mary Louise :;: I.. TOTAL ASSETS ....__......___.......................:'.....$1,214,912.47'j ::
; week end here with Mr. and Mrs. I. I '
Thomas assisted Mrs. Crochet ji\'I. CLEAVISTON CO:>DIUNITY ::: ... +
xt E. H. .iHplstine and Mrs. Charles* 'vinl''e': ? \ i ,
z -; directing. games and "in .rse '1 CHURCH : ;:.; LIABILITIES '.- ; :::
Congdon.: .
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freshments .,to the children. I I David, C. lIancockIinist'er, .;. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, :::

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie C. Miller of !j I Birthday caKe, ice cream,_ 'chocolate -I ::: and corporations<<; ..........._..:............_..____.......... 891443.73 'i"
-, Jacksonville spent a few days in :! milk and divinity fudge were SUNDAY, JAN. 23, 1944 .:. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships X:: -

Clewiston the first of the week. Les- !| served the children after a pleasant I I Sunday School, '9':45 a. m. Dr. C. 'i' and corporations ..__.....____...........................;- "'57.00, : .:.
hour of The guests included :: Deposits of United States Government (including ::
is Naval games. : E. Gericke, superintendent. Classesfor I :
lie stationed at the Base at Shirley Marshall, Carol Joy Alston : all .:. -postal savings) ...__...__.?_...............__.....__ 34,041.05, ;.
Mayport and Mrs.,. Miller .is makingher I., Joe Schroeder, Donnie Reames.I ages.Morning : Deposits of States and political subdivisions ...... 211,890.39 s:-
Worship, 11:00
a. m.
home with her mother few "
I.i.:: Other deposits (certified and officers'checks :
miles from the base Norma Jean Pollard, Ronald Hare "Citizens, of the World" ,is the subject etc.) .........._:-............-....................._;. 1,350.31 _.!"",
Linda Lee, John Perry! Jerry Bolton, of the minister's sermon. .... :
i jx:!: TOTAL DEPOSITS ,$1,138,782.48Mortgages ::
Aviation Cadet John Robbins is Billie Nail; Sue Cornette, Paul Bowden You are cordially invited Jto wor- j.:. or other liens, $
expected home tomorrow from San Janet and patsy, Casper, Joyce ship with us.FIRST ;:Z: premises? and $ None on other real estate. :;:

Antonio to spend a 15-day furlough Devane, Barbara Ann Hart, Shari !i..:; Other lIabIlItIes-DIVIDENDS PAYABLE ........ ; '750.00 5.

with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.Y1 Land, Joyce Bartz Eileen Reese BAPTIST. CHURCH ;
.. ::
i IDern'ie ; TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including .... :
Joseph Robbins. This is ,John's fiist: Thompson, Lamar McLen- II. C. :\leadOl\ Pastor
; don, ::: 'subordinated obligations shown below) 1,139,532.48 :::
| Aubrey Devalcourt, George Ann
;,, !, furlough since he went in the service 'I .:. -..,
.: nearly a year ago.' I,I' Suggs, Barbara Twiddy, Nadino Sunday School-9:30 A. M. :..
:: ACCOUN'.rsA"
t I I' Bembry, Billy Phillipe, Wayne King, Morning Worship-11:00 A. 1\1. ... '",

; ATTENDS BAPTIST CONVENTION; Alfred Meador, Bobbie Roland Training 'Union-6:15 P. M. ,.!. Capital *I ..............-..................;.........:......'..._....:;;.-.'.$ 15,000.00 ':i'

t I Sylvia Lister Mary Himrod 'Her- Evening worship-7.:30: P. M. 'i' Surplus '........_..._..n..__........___.........._......................... 45,000.00 ::;:'

's'; ,The Rev. H. C. Meador is attending man Davis, Marion McGowin and Tuesday, Circle meetings as follows :?: Undivided profits .................................................. 15,379.99" +'
Benny Prejyitt.DINNER Mrs Ben Bolton's circle will .:. c :
the Convention :
State at
Baptist c :i{: TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ....::_m..........$ 75,379.99 .:::
Bradenton this week. He was ac meet at her home at 3:30: P. M. '
companied, the trip by> Rev. Albert ;PARTY GIVES BY JOINT Mrs. Leon Bembry's: circle will meetat ';. ACCOUNTS _..................,.....................:..$1,214,912.47 Y':
't ,' Sawyer of Cocoa, Rev. J. E. Dill- HOSTS, -, .THURSDAY EVENING! her,home at 3:30 P, M. All members ; ;.
; '
ard, Jr., Belle Glade, Rev J.: E. are urged to be "present as this 1 *This bank's capital consists of $........ of capital notes j:;= '

Dillard, Sr., Nashville, Tenn., 11ev.r' Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly and Dr. is the first, meeting of the new vear :s: .and debentures; first preferred stock' with total par value of ::;:

Carren Cappell and M. D. Hardy and Mrs. J. 'V. Ezelle were joint and consequently is the organiza- .1 ..;. $...:---., total retirable value ?...__...; second: preferred stock: :
r South_ Bay. host, at a dinner party given last I tional meeting. Visitors i are wel-'. :." with total par value of $.__...:., total retirable value $........; :::

night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. i :;: and common: stock with total par value of $15,000.00, ,' .' ";'

LADIES AID :MISSION BOX i Kelly on Osceola Avenue. come.Wednesday, Junior ,G. A.'s will :
; After the buffet supper, bridge meet at the church at 3:30 P. M. II.. .

Nyl Members of the Ladies Aid are i 1 and_ ,Tripoli were played and prizes Mid-week prayer service' 8 o'clock.A 3.t.* Pledged assets (and- securities loaned) (book value) : ''i';"

'' reminded :to take their contributions I J awarded to winners. Mrs. H. T. time for Bible study, fellowship.;i +_ ,(a) U. S. Government obligations, direct :::

,,'- for the home mission box to I Vaughn won a dozen pastel ,glassesas and prayer. The Seventeenth Chap- ,:x:: and guaranteed, pledged to secure de- ..:.

the Beardsley office, on Monday first prize for ladies at bridge l jter of the Gospel> of Johnft ill be i :.', p sits and other liabilities ..........--....-.--,.$ 325,500.00
afternoon, if possible. The box is I Mrs. Gene Powers won a package of I discussed and studied. This is one I II.'i.; (b) Other' assets pledged to secure deposits ::"
scheduled 'to be packed and shippednext I New Orleans pralines as second of the greatest chapters in the ::: and other liabilities (including notes ':

week. Useful children's cloth- prize. Mrs. R. M. Bishop was con- Bible. Come and be blessed by I.:. and bills rediscounted and securities :Xo
I ........ 3,000.00 .:
i sold under repurchase agreement)
ing will be particularly acceptable.MRS. soled with a novelty skunk. H. A. studying God's Word. with God's" :.: -

I j Bestor, holder of high prize for people. _, :: ..._...."..............___. :;:
; (e) TOTAL ...._...__.:..............._ : $ ,328,500.00. '
NOWLIXG HOSTESS TO I men, received, a, razor blade holder, Thursday, Sunbeani Band will ;:i: Secured and preferred liabilities: +
BRIDGE CLUB FRIDAY I 'V.'C. Owen, second high, a package meet at the, church at 3:30. All little '.!. ,(a) Deposits secured by pledged assets pursuant :::

of pralines and R.- C.-, -Nowllnf- .. ---0 was.. -.. folks from 4 to 9 years of age 'i', to requirements of law ...............? 328,500.00 .!'
Mrs.: R. C. Nowling entertained I consoled with a "dribble"' glass. i are 'welcome. There :will be missionary '

her bridge club Friday evening with Cut prize' a double deck of cards, : stories and songs. ::: TOTAL ..........._.....__..........._.........__............:.'.I 328,500.00' : :'i i:
a quail supper at her home. After went to 'V. H. Lanler.[ At the :1 Friday, Training :Union officers' .i' Subordinated obligations: .' ':
3, supper the regular bridge games I Tripoli table, Mrs. M. W. Bigg won Council at 8 o'clock. ::: (a) On date of :report the required legal 'i-
were played with Mrs Glen Ether- first prize and Mr. Bigg won low. I Everyone in Clewiston without a s reserve against deposits..of.....this........bank__._..... .... 227,756.49 .:.
'i I .i. was _..___._.............-.......... $
ton winning first prize and Mrs Foy The guest list included Mr. and church home is welcome to come '
I ::
: (b) Assets reported above which were eligible vas :!:
Durrence second prize. Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mr. and Mrs. Carl I and worship with us at lal of our :. legal reserve amounted to ...............-.. 1068521.88; ';,1 1I
r?; Attending were Mrs. Durrence, Berner Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor I services. I I.
Mrs. Etherton, Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr.,. Mr. and Mrs R. M. Bishop,' Mr. and I -I I I *: I, Elbert L. Stewart, Cashier, of the above-named bank, .;.

} Mrs. C.i McLendon, Mrs. V. C. Mrs. Keathley Bowden, Mr. and Mrs. \ The military has spent an estimat-.1 I l i.;.. do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, and that .:::.

Wodward, Mrs S. L.: Speer, Mi's. Frank E. Conkling, Mr. and Mrs.S. led '$300,000,000 in Florida in build- : it fully and correctly represents the true state' of the several :
::4 Curtis Thompson and Mrs. Joe I L, Crochet, Mr. and Mrs ClaudeL. 'ling new' and ;improving -old air- [ :3.: matters herein contained and set forth, to the best of my ". :::
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s + Hall. 1\1.1 Downs, Mr and Mrs. F. Deane I(ports. It is'too early, perhaps, to I I = .knowledge and belief.
Duff Mr. .!survey the postwar significance, of :.;. ."
and Mrs. O. A. Jones Air. : Correct-Attest: ELBERT L. STEWART.

Mc-Duffie-Whidden I and Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mr.. and Mrs. I this huge expenditure, but fsjt too :f > ,,' ::
early for Florida, to re-examfne
. II. Lanier, Mr. and Mrs. E. C: I : : '
"v ....... : '
# : aviation In
Mills position
,I' Mr. and Mrs. N. V. S. Mum- the light of .:. S. COT.TRELL, .:.
f Miss Marie Whidden, who until I ford, Mr and Mrs. C. L. McLendon, things to come? :!:. C. L. DOWNS, Directors. :!:
last week was employed in the sugar Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mr. 'and r ,
office building, Mrs. :i: State of Florida, County of Hendry, ss: :?!:
was married Saturday R. Y.
afternoon in Starke I Patterson Mr. and .Mis. ;The B and B market 'f Sworn to and subscribed before me this 13th day of Jan- ._
Fla. to Gene
. Pfc. Kelly McDuffie. Prewitt.\ Mr. and Mrs. W. C. :;!;: uary, 1941, and I hereby. certify 'that I am not an officer or :::
' I Mr. and Mrs. Elbert L.'!i wants your salvaged .;. director of this bank. ..
. Both
- Private and Mrs. McDuffie Stewart Mr.
:A and Mrs H. T. Vaughn,
reside in Lakeport. They will live Clarence R. Bitting, Lt. R. Y. Pat- I fats. We pay 2 brown ::: (SEAL) l\IARCrA M. AVANT: Notary'Pubiic'. : :;:

. in Starke' as long as he is stationedat 'I terson, Jr., c. V. Parkinson Dr. W. .!. My commission expires June 3, 1947.FRIDAY "- ; ;.

5* Camp" sanding O. Rigby and John Tiedtke. ;I points per pound. I .. .. .. .. .. .. A

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BLACK Now Is Time When Fancy Turns


1 71 SOMBRERO To Thoughts of a New Blouse 4


Margaret Nichols owned some property "Yes, since father-died; in Pasa- J j economic independence to their
In Joint tenancy with Kitty ChatScld. dena." blessed little bosoms they haven't

When Kitty died It meant $200,000 to her. I didn't say anything more just got all there is. in life. Not even
her friend,
the situation to
She explains
Barry. While they are talking, Elsa Chat- then, remembering the shock of his half. They've only, got the'begin
field, a niece of Aunt Kitty, drives up. father's suicide. Beaten and penni-, ning."
Elsa had been disinherited at Aunt Kit- less after a lifetime of comfort, the At the time it didn't occur to me
ty's death. Hontoon Rogers,,a detective, soft-spoken, courteous old gentlemanhad that Reed Barton had never heard of
asks what Aunt Kitty died of. He Is told leaped into the Arroyo Seco the baby. I supposed, of course, he I
an overdose of morphine, but that the from the Colorado Street bridge. had, for he knew Elsa's friends.

district attorney's office had their doubtsas "Oh," he said after a moment, But it was revealed subsequentlythat
to whether the morphine was ri61 TLv14j
administered. Elsa, who admitted that "you asked me at the station if I during the height of the gos- ;
to were finding beauty. I've found sip, he was in Mexico.
she hated her Aunt Kitty, was "glad > '.
be free of her and the centuries of no her." He motioned with his fingersas The conversation came back to ) '; :t i ,
and cannot." Reed Barton, one of the if he would wipe out the miles of Aunt Kitty Chatfield. Rogers askedif ,

last to see Aunt Kitty alive, was said pavement, the street lights, the De- there had been any physical resemblance %",.;iY'
to have had a motive. cember night itself, and bade me between Elsa and her
address in aunt. ..:/ ;
contemplate an Holly r/,
CHAPTER II wood. "It's only a step or two off "None'whatever," answered Reed
the boulevard. The place smells a Barton. "That is, as I remember
littl '. They all do with the cabbageof Katherine
The tires rippled on the pavementas I Chatfield. I never saw
we dropped down off the hills be- yesteryear. And of course there's the two side by side, however. Asa
hind Hollywood and came presentlyto chintz- matter of fact, I had never met
Laurel Canyon. Other cars.flashed "There, -too, is the haunt of beau- Elsa until today. She must have

past. Laughter, song, earnest voices ty?" been at home that night her aunt
in wisps and snatches fell upon our "Chesebro sent me with some pa- died, for I remember that the maid

ears and were swept away,'but in pers for her to sign. Had to do with asked me which Miss Chatfield I -.
none was there the note of deadly her aunt's estate. But it was diffi- wished to see." -

earnestness that vibrated in Elsa's cult to track her. She'd dropped out "You were there that night?" inquired -

voice. of sight, and; I'd been hunting her Rogers, his mild blue eyes
for several weeks." I made mental
coming to rest Reed Barton'sface.
We had started off from Dwight'samid upon
note of the address as Reed Barton .
Elsa in her ,
laughter, working
went on talking. "Ink on her fingers.
girl suit, which proved to be one of "Yes. You see, I'm one of Chesebro's -
Some on her nose too. HairyouI
Margaret's street dresses. She car- slaves. At times only his errand -

ried an overnight bag the lightnessof boy, although I'm supposed to

which she explained by saying: be something of a mining engineer.But ;/,0.r {,'ir, ; .
"Just pajamas, Barry. I have to I am required to run a great
have something." We had moved off many personal errands for Chese- F? ,:.J w

down the curving driveway and en- I bro. I think I took Miss Chatfielda >

tered the road which descended Hol- book-something that had inter-

lywood's backdrop of hills. ested Chesebro, and which he want-
She was very sure, this young ed her to read too." ::" :. ;
f.it1! % i rl!! \/.i
"I } ; ;
woman with the almost golden hair, see, said Rogers. "And she blouse
is otherwise
:/% t" '. strictly tai-.
N 1
died that 2iH \i.; ;
and I believed be and night?
eyes gray, ,lored. This handsome
which Dwight called blue. "Yes. She killed herself some time ; : f1r'fi dinner-blouse I
that _/ >} ;: j of snowy ribbed rayon crepe has dec- H
"Put me down anywhere on'Holly- if) 'i I lth / .... .. orative Chinese characters done in
r ;
%iffil: ', !
wood Boulevardsaid Elsa. We Rogers was silent for a moment, >>: .: .,.. ,fbt: --.T.:. ; ':.. .. ,: '_'_ ':' gilt and crystal beading on the .

had emerged from the winding can- then he looked at me. "There's one square- breast.- ---. nnnlrcF,4...-_...._ nn a"",oV. .>* .
Wil VC11
yon road and were speeding into chap from the police department in I F THE usual January lull that follows -- the self-fabric covered buttons. This UA

Hollywood. start from there." Pasadena whose report interestedme after the excitement of the unusual blouse bespeaks arresting

"It's eleven o'clock," I remindedher. Madison. He says that he holidays is gripping you, here's how style distinction. '
smelled chloroform faintly when he to work a perfect cure-go blouse
rh T'"Put went into the room to investigate.That shopping! All signs point to the big- For refreshing appeal at this timeof e
"It doesn't matter. Time the it's the
never year gay print blouse
l ; was several hours afterward.No gest blouse season ever this spring. that "
meant the
anything to me. show. The impor-
one else smelled it, however.It The better part of wisdom is to
And I her the boule- tance of prints for the blouse is be-
so dropped on might have been an overactive make your selections early so you
vard. She flashed me a smile pat- will ing acclaimed throughout advance
imagination, for there was no get first pick before the choicest
ted my cheek with a soft caressing selections spring fashion news. The delightful
odor of it noted in the autopsy re are depleted.
hand, and skipped out to the side- port. But chloroform is peculiar in Please don't think, that the mission model to the left is typical of that
walk in that working girl suit and of blouse is which is to be. For this charming
: that respect; the odor is not neces- a merely to play
carrying the overnight bag with just sarily present even at autopsy in a accompaniment to the suit, for'when little afternoon costume both blouse
pajamas, because she had to have death from chloroform." it comes to important style news and skirt feature the new drawstring

something. The crowded sidewalks "Yes one of the outstanding themes for styling. For the skirt.,the..designeruses
swallowed her up. I got into,"& traf of course, I' said. now and the months to;.follow,is the fine rayon crepe in solid black, ...
fic snarl. After a while it was broken "You're' not by'any' chance think blouse-dress. For these smart two- accenting its"modishness with a deft
and I moved ing that 'Katherine Chatfield was' drawstring treatment at the waist-
up on. piece dresses not only is the blouse
murdered, Professor Rogers?" in- line. The
flattering blouse so sweetly -
Near Vine Street the crowd openedfor teamed with a dirndl or, if you pre-
quired Reed Barton. 'feminine
a brief moment on the sidewalk, fer, a slim-silhouetted skirt for day- with its fluffy-ruffles,
Rogers smiled "I haveno is done in brilliant
and there went Elsa the working faintly. time wear, but the formal evening floral-print rayon
girl suit and the overnight bag. opinion, Mr. Barton. The case mode makes much of costumes that crepe. Drawstrings gather the long
has been closed for over a year sleeves in at the wrist and a soft
Then crowd, night, and the moving a floor-length sheathlike
now. Who am I to stir it up at self-fabric bow decorating the
traffic contrived to shut her wholly skirt of rich rayon crepe or elegant
this time? The police were satisfied V-neckline stresses the importanceof
from sight.I velvet with a gorgeous blouse.
that it was suicide; there were no This the bow-tie blouse for spring.To .
new favorite of fashion the
had ,
just seen my sister and her
fineerorints. extent her the
two boys off for New- York. I had I own. nn- separate top for evening wear, pro- wear with skirts or slacks in
driven them down in me down anywhere in Hollywood I hypodermic syringe she or on vides a lovely way to stretch your the daytime or for dinner and loung-
my own car, l "
so there had been four minutes in- Boulevard. I the "bottle in which she kept her supply dress-up wardrobe. The blouse cen- ing, a blouse of novelty ribbed rayon

stead of three and the had tered in the illustration presents a crepe in a brilliant rose gives utmost ,,-,
boys en- know how it would be-I I "I guess I was one of the last to flattery
tered into the spirit of the mean, striking use of glitter trim on the especially if it be styled aft-
thing. beauty won't yield even to disorder.. see her alive," said Reed Barton er the manner of the blouse pictured
Therefore, we made the gate with a That's Nature's way. But the color after a short silence, looking beyond to the right. The graceful cascad-

full the minute word to Anne spare,was which able accountsfor to -I'm still trying to decide what it Rogers to a group making merry in Buttons in New Role ing of the soft-falling jabot collar

in about Reed Barton. put is. Drawing like mad. There were an opposite booth. "I've since been' is in accord with newest styling
sketches all over the place. Clever glad it wasn't murder. The police trends. Take particular notice of
"Where?" I asked, turning to stare things commercially. They'll get by might have made it uncomfortablefor the cuffs, for their long tab effect

back through the crowd which had easily. Probably make her a living. me; they could have saddled a ,. interprets a decidedly new technique
closed in behind us. She signed up the things I brought motive on me that I couldn't have tti v r S : which does away with the severityof

"Over by the information booth. without looking at them. 'Get out!I' denied. Because Katherine Chat- a tight-buttoned wrist band. A

Here, kiss me good-bye, quick! she said. 'Tell Jimmy the Cheese field killed my father just as muchas Yy high built belted-in front line distin-

Don't forget to write." The gate (meaning my boss), to let me if she had pulled a trigger. guishes the trim military slacks

slammed and they all went running alone.' Things were looking up, you know, which place rose-colored grosgrain

f : down the platform, boys, ,Anne, red I pulled r into a parking lot at a Father had struggled all through ribbon stripes at each side seam.

caps, boiling and bobbing in a last restaurant on Vine Street. I was the worst of ,the depression to keep Smooth tailored spun rayon and t

melee. hungry. The excitement of getting a things together; he'd managed wool in a smart herringbone weave

The fact that Reed Barton was woman off on a long journey is fa- somehow to makethe, interest pay- is used for the slacks.

'"' standing still had caught Anne's at- tiguing. Reed Barton said he wasn't ments to her. She held a mort- There is a luxury look about many

.. tention: He would be doing just really hungry, but he went in with gage, you know, on all he had. Evenas of the new blouses that is very eye-'

that in the station when others were little as a two months' extension appealing due to a great extent to
rushing about like ants in a disturbed me."Hello," called a voice from a would have seen him out of the the charm and loveliness of the new

anthill. booth Huntoon Rogers was sitting woods. But-you know, there's no I. output of rayon-weave materials.

: "I try to live with the fundamentals alone over the dessert of a late, din- Shylock like a woman Shylock-her nYh : These pretty fabrics are so easily

," he had said one night at pound of flesh must come from the v y h! ZkAu available this year and they includea
\ Dwight's. "Simple things are more ner."Not brooding, are you Hunt?" I heart. And-so," he shrugged his vast variety, from the very prac-

f satisfa-tory. The world is befuddled inquired lightly, for there was a shoulders, "father jumped." He tical white crepes that come out A.

,:.. "' with n.edless things, with complexities. glumness about him. I introduced went on after a moment: "The po- white as ever after each tubbing
They are so many that there Reed Barton. lice'could have said I hated her. to the most formal types of velvets,

"'. is no longer room in life to live. I "No-o," he said hesitantly. "Sit But I don't think I did." >a brocades, taffetas and crepes in .

must have time for the contemplation down and let me enjoy your com- "Oh, I should say that Katherine fashionable costume colors. Many of
of beauty." pany." Chatfield might have been fortyoneor the smartest blouses are made of

"Finding beauty?" I asked, slap- "What's the trouble?"- two" when she died. She was not rayon jersey and the midwinter displays -

ping him on the shoulder. He turned "Theme papers," he said with a old. include lovely dressy types of .-J..
I' his gaze upon me, reaching slowly wry smile. "They get me down I "According to the files," Huntoon I Buttons used as hair ornamentsand rayon lace in black, white and .. .
f for rr.y hand and said: sometimes and I'm driven to ex- Rogers said, coming to life after as fine jewelry bespeak a departure colors.

"I've just seen one of'bur slavesoff tremes. Therefore,,I spent the after- long contemplation of the sea, "she from the strictly utilitarian Released: by Western Newspaper: Union
for Mazatlan-Chesebro's slave.. noon looking over the files in the was forty years and ten monthsold. use ascribed to them in yester years.Fashion's .
." newest novelty is the rib- J..,
A mining engineer.." Katherine Chatfield case.
"But Elsa-" I began."I bon necklet originated by Mainbocher Designers Are Using Much
Reed Barton shot a quick glanceat
Somehow his words brought back am coming to her. We are always to gracefully break the long throat Black t
but .
Rogers nothing for
that dreamy, sun-baked town far Edgings
getting back to Elsa. There line of milady when she wears the
down the western coast of Mexico, "Find anything to interest you?" was new blood with Elsa's mother.It new low-cut frocks. It. is a fashion Among the most attractive on the \\1
,.. and a vague wind of prescience "Yes. And no. It's one of those alien strain that will "little black dress"
was an to the Chat- go to many parties and list is the type
stirred uneasily within me as at the cases you keep coming back"to, won- fields-new and fresh and vigorouslike opera scenes this year. The neck- that is distinguished with exquisitely

prospect of some horrible thing. It dering what the answer is. a clear mountain stream flow let pictured is easily fashioned by simple styling, placing the emphasis -

was one of those strange, unaccount- Reed Barton ate mechanically, ing into a sluggish river. Sam Chat nimble fingers. Instead of a glit- on the new slender silhouette.
able experiences; it caused an in- like a man in a mild trance. field married his stenographer. That tering jewel a beautiful silver button With these adorable black crepe

ward shudder which Reed Barton "Reed was telling me about Elsa sort of thing is heroic. It does vio (silver jewelry is smart this season) frocks come matching long-sleeve

detected, for he looked at me in- Chatfield as we drove out from lence to family traditions; it puts a is set in the heart of the bow. The boleros. Comes the feminine touch

quiringly. But, instead, he asked, town," I said to Rogers. terrific strain on family pride, but lady also deftly anchors with the aid in way of tiny _edgings of black J.

"Can you give me a lift out to Holly "You know her, Professor Rog- biologically it is a good thing, pro of bobby pins two silver button origi- lace, finishing off neckline, skirt
wood?tt"Yes ers?" Reed inquired quickly. vided it doesn't become a habit. nals into her hair-do. It's a pretty hemline, the short cap sleeves of the

glad to have your company. "I've met her." Sam didn't reason things out quite fashion and one easy to duplicate.You dress and the long fitted sleeves of
." We walked out to the car and "Interesting, isn't she?" He like that. He loved the girl, whicl can get silver buttons 'at the the bolero, also traversing the little

climbed in. "Living in Hollywoodnow sketched briefly what he had told me is much simpler, and so he mar regular button counter that are as bolero about its entire outline. It's
Reed?" I asked as we rolled on on the way out. "You know," he ried her. He was young. handsome as real jewelry. the type of dress you'll love to wear.

out Sunset Boulevard. concluded, "even when they clutch ,I (TO BE CONTINUED)

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--------I IMPROVED-------- Shipwrecked Sailors Use
Gems of
ThoughtI UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL Pants as Water Wings

HAVE yet to find the man, --

, however exalted his station, SUNDAY I Newly developed lifeboats,

'.p who did not do better work and > Lesson parachute boats, and collapsible

put forth greater effort under a $ rubber rafts are daily saving
Q71 scores of planewrecked
\', spirit of approval than under a By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. and ship-
', Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.; wrecked men from the ravages of
T" : ,:., : spirit of criticism.-Charles M. Released by Western Newspaper Union.
the sea. One of the
:' newer wrin-
,; Schwab. ,
: > mm m kles in life saving is the conver-
:/ For duty, duty must be done; sion of the
),'-< t T Lesson for January 23 sailor's pants into water -
: : rule applies to everyone, wings which will keep him '

'i::/:" And painful though that duty be ............... Lesson afloat for hours.
----- -- ----- subjects and texts
, ; ; To shirk the task were fiddle-de-dee. Scripture se
lected and copyrlphted by International Both the navy and coast
"';\-r: : -W. S. GILBERT Entertain Simply Council of Religious Education: used by
. '; Lynn Chambers' PointSavingMenu permission. teaching their men the simple
: : Let the of
: sap reason quench trick.
the trouser bottomsare
;'y'i:: the fire of passion. Shake But Do Entertain JESUS TEACHES IN PARABLES tied securely. Then, grasping
speare. Even in Wartime For Luncheon the open waist, the men blow air
I hold that to need is LESSON TEXT-Mark 419. 26-32. into the
: nothing Tomato Aspic Vegetable Salad pants just as-we blow up a .

. : divine, and the less a man Finger Sandwiches to GOLDEN hear. let him TEXT-If hear.-any Mark man, 4:23.hath ears toy balloon. The last step is tying '

; needs the nearer does he approach Coconut Candle Cakes the waist, sealing the air in the

;' divinity.-Socrates. Beverage Parables were often used by our pant legs.

Recipe Given Lord, particularly when He had

-'- truth to reveal which was not for

Combine egg whites, sugar, water unbelieving hearts that had hard
\ Just 2 drops Penetro (L
: : '\ Nose Drops In each and lemon juice in top of double ened themselves against it (see few j/Mfrs

breathe n.stri1eIp freer almost you boiler, beating with rotary egg beater Matt. 13:10-16).

i instantly to give your until thoroughly mixed. Place The method is that of telling an Miseries

i : DODD head cold much air. 25c for-50c.2 4 over rapidly boiling water, beating earthly story, true to life (hence, nota 1
times as
; Caution: Use only as constantly with rotary egg beater fable), which is placed alongsideof ofSneezy "
directed. Always get and cook 7 minutes or until frosting the spiritual truth it is designedto ,

Penetro Nose Drops stands up in peaks. Remove from teach. It thus differs from an

j boiling water, add lemon rind and allegory, which gives the meaningwith SNIFFLYCOLDS ,)

beat until thick enough to spread. the story (see John 15:1-6). :',

: Good Counsel ( Makes enough frosting for 2 dozen I. Four Kinds of Soil (Mark ,Put 3'purpose Va-tro-nol each :,

A man may think, if he will, &i: cupcakes. I 4:1-9)). nostril. It (1) shrinks swollen up ,''

that two eyes see no more than Tomato Aspic Vegetable Salad. The reception of the seed is determined membranes, ((2)) soothes irritation, .'
one or that a gamester seeth always ... ((3) helps clear cold- '
; ..,.. C < ... the condition of the soil. _
more than a looker-on '/ i 4; (Serves 8) by clogged nose. FollowffISK5 '}
The great field essentially of one
: but when all is done, the help of 1 tablespoon unflavored gelatin was directions LI\.fJ'lr.A.m: .,:-:
kind of soil but it had become wide- L
in folder. W Utl IIU '
; good counsel is that which setteth :; :, y\ cup cold water J
> ly different in its ability to take in
business strait.-Lord Bacon.DON'T 2 cups tomato juice t
the seed and bear fruit. :
,4,':' J4 teaspoon salt The interpretation of this' parableis .:

kOne -,, _.- -- _._ % teaspoon celery salt Narrow House ',.,
given by our Lord in the verses
: LET 1 tablespoon grated onion One of the oddities of New York 'J
3-20). It
small recipe can provide two immediately following vv. '
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce city is its narrowest house at 1&h ?
CONSTPATIOW dozen of these small, fluffy candle has striking application to our day.A ,
, 1 tablespoon lemon juice Bedford street, Manhattan. It was : ,
cakes which will be a delight at anygettogether 1/ grated raw carrot road, or beaten pathway, was a
cups built in '
SLOWYOUUP a driveway two : !
in the fields of Pales-
for dessert lunch- common thing
": '; S When bowels sluggish and your i Yz cup diced celery On found buildings and is only 9 feet wide ',1
.- are you eon or' afternoon refreshment.They're tine. such hard soil a se
,' feel irritable, headachy, do as millionsdo 2 green onions, sliced from front to back.
: -J
to and the birds
particularly nice for a birth no place grow, car-
-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modern Vi cup sliced stuffed olives '
ried it Such is the conditionof -;:j
chewing-gum laxitive.: Simply chew day. Mayonnaise or salad dressing away.
FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed, a -man who permits the heavy ,:j
taking only in accordance with package Now that you've finished entertaining Soak gelatine in cold water. Heat and sinful traffic of this world to THESOASPRN ,J: '

directions sleep without being dis the family and relatives during 1 cup tomato juice to boiling. Add harden his heart against spiritual "
c; -- relief turbed.helping Next morning feel gentle swell again.thorough TryFEENAMINT. the holidays, you can get back to gelatin and stir truth. If our heart has reached that -.1:

you. Tastes good, is bandy your'Club work and social activity in until dissolved.Add stage we should ask God to breakit -surer, stronger or faster than genuine .". j

. :. and economical.A generous family supply earnest. celery, salt, up. The birds (always a symbolof pure St. Joseph Aspirin. No aspirin can /:
' costs only I Most of us,from either the budgetor grated onion,wor- 0 evil in the Bible) are Satan and do more for you. World's largest seller at ._

: FEEN.A.MINT 1O : ration point consideration, cannot cestershire sauce, his emissaries. They are always lOt. 3G tablets 204; 100 tablets only 35 t. "
afford to en lemon juice and Be sure you demand St. Joseph Aspirin. ;
I J r- busy about carrying away the Wordof ,, ,
j }Itertain for luncheon remaining tomato !
God when it is truly preached.The .
? Improvements on Farms ...:::-- I I as we did for41I(1iiJiiIjillIp j juice. Stir to t:, rocky soil was a thin layer of What Else? \
farms (( I merly, but we blend. Pour into .
Of the 6,100,000 in the I good soil on a rocky ledge. At first
Wit-What's the difference be- _"
United States today 5,000,000 do can still afford a ring mold. Chill until ,firm. Un- ',
this caused but with-
rapid growth,
,tween a leopard, a tiger, and a
mold. Fill center with carrot celery -.1
: not have running water, 5,400,000 5J'kcsLthe same graciousm out deep roots it could not survivethe panfor?

do not have an inside toilet, and / hospitality, even green onions and olives which heat of summer. This is the one :
with less food for have been mixed with salad dress- Nit-\Vhat's a panfor? .
5,500,000 do not have a bathtub. == who enthusiastically responds to the
Should ing. Wit-To cook with! :-;
our guests. but without real
gospel appeal, being ':f
you wish to entertain at luncheon, conviction and repentance, he has
do so with a' simple salad, sand-
no stability when persecution comes.
wiches or beverage. Or, it's very NOSE !MUST DRAIN.
thorny ground-where
fashionable to entertain at a dessert To Head Cold Miseries t1'
and beverage luncheon. ] growing grain was choked by weeds When head colds strike, help nose '
-typifies the professed believer who drain.dearthewayfor freer breathing
with I
simple cake to nicely
comfort with KOHDON'S NASAL JELLY. At druggists.
lives in worldliness. The friend of '
: dessert luncheon afternoon :
Colds may lead-to serious Ulncu, If your or :the world is God's (James ,I,
neglected!Rest arold exposure.And refreshment is this one. The sur- enemy
for usual cold miseries, take Grove's prise item is coconut which now has 4:4). Note the things'which destroy ReasonableWife ::1

Cold Tablets.-They're that is,like a a multiple doctor'sprescription found' its way, even though in small spiritual e (v. 19), and shun them.In (heatedly) You're lazy,
:. medicine.Con tain eight active medic the good ground-open to receive
inal inftredienta-ftlve prompt, decisive quantity, to some markets: t' 4t4f worthless, shiftless, bad temperedand
and to itself for the
relief from aU these cold ready yield
:- symp Coconut Candle Cakes. you're a thorough liar.
toms. Headache-body aches-fever growth of the seed-there is abun-
',. -nasal stuffiness. Take exactly as (Makes 2 dozen small) Husband-Well, my'' dear, no .
harvest. Even here there is
directed. Get ( dant a
Grove's Cold Tablets
man is perfect.Beware.
sifted cake flour
from your druggist-for fifty years' difference in the amount of fruit.
known to millions as "Bromo Qui 1% teaspoons double acting baking
nine" Cold Tablets. Why not be a "hundredfold" be-

c Save Money-Get Large Economy powder liever?
% cup butter or substitute
; C II. Normal Growth and a Good Coughsfrom
1 cup sugar I _,

2 eggs, unbeaten Harvest (4:26-29). common colds

1/2 cup milk This parable, found only in Mark,

1 teaspoon lemon or vanilla extract has a lesson for the sower. He is That On

1 cup moist sweetened coconut not to expect the harvest immediately Hang

Sift flour once, measure, add baking after the time of sowing. Thereis .Creomulsion relieves promptly because -
;; Money Could Grow powder and sift together 3 times. I a period of patient waiting while it goes right to the seat of the

:' Seeds of, the cocoa tree were Cream butter thoroughly, add sugar I God is producing the growth (and trouble to help loosen and expel

once used as money in Mexico. gradually, and cream together until is only He can do it-then! the joy of germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto
This satisfying main course pre- soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed -
light and fluffy. Add eggs, one at'a pared by melting pound of proc- harvest. bronchial mucous mem-
: '" time, beating well after each addi- cheese with Vz evaporatedmilk There are many lessons to learn branes. Tell your druggist to sell youa
y 'IIRRITATIONSOF tion. Add flour, alternately with ess cup here. We who serve the Lord in bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding -
i. It1 EXTERNAL CAUSE milk small seasoning with Worcestershiresauce the Word you must'like the way it
a amount at a time, teaching or preaching are
anda teaspoon prepared quickly allays the cough or you are
j. Acne pimples, eczema, factory derma beating after each addition until mustard then serving on toast with too impatient, too eager to be ableto to have your money back.
'f titis, simple ringworm, tetter,salt rheum ,
smooth. Add flavoring. Turn into announce results. God is always
bumps, (blackheads), and ugly broken- poached egg. It's delicious. CREOMULSIONforCoughsChestColds ,
cut skin. :Millions relieve itching, burn lightly greased cupcake tins filling willing that things should mature '"
ing and soreness of these miseries with % full. Bake in a moderate (375- Dieting friends will welcome 'this naturally and in due season. Let Bronchitis :

,; ample home treatment. Goes to work at degree) oven 20 minutes or until combination custard and cake des- us wait for Him and be at rest in

,:>.-: way.once.Use Aids Black healing and, White works Ointment the antiseptic only done. Frost with snowy lemon frosting .; sert because it our spirits (v. 27)). .

:,:- as directed. lOc, 25c, 50c sizc 25 years' and sprinkle with moist, sweet- \\ jy 1* / doesn't contain:' as Then let us be glad as the seed 30-Pound Headdress

.; in success. Money-back guarantee. Vital ened coconut. Arrange oakes on a ,s-c ?) many calories as begins to show signs of maturing, The headdress of a nomad woman -

cleansing Black and is pood White: soap.Skin Soap Enjoy daily.famous platter and insert candle holder with (. ;; ::-' :. rich desserts. It's but let us not be slow to gatherthe of Turkestan, adorned with i

candle on each cake. \ t 't delicate and ideal harvest when it is ready. more than 30 pounds of coins, is

Snowy Lemon Frosting. ,r- % when served with We should also be encouraged by the equivalent of a new autumn '1

2 egg whites, unbeaten J-,\\SJ tea for afternoon this parable to continue sowing the hat. ';

1/ cups sugar .:!_.. refreshment. seed, knowing that it will find placein

3 tablespoons water the hearts of some and bring forth
Lemon Cups.
2 tablespoons lemon juice (Serves 6) fruit unto eternal life. For ONLY IQt Now
U teaspoon grated lemon rind III; Abnormal Growth and an Evil

1 cup sugar __ Harvest (4:30-32): Less than

2 tablespoons butter or substitute The mustard is an herb, not a

Lynn 3 egg yolks, beaten tree; hence this parable gave warning -
Says 14 cup flour that there would be an over-

teaspoon salt grown religious system calling itself (]
Bits of Wisdom
: Gentle treat- 1/ milk, scalded
cups Christian. The birds are (as in the
ment is the rule for
eggs. Theyare 5 tablespoons lemon juice parable of the kinds of soil) evil

liable to get tricky if you use 1 tablespoon grated lemon rind men, or "isms," or organizationseager
anything else.
3 egg whites, stiffly beaten to take shelter in a religious a dose
', Pare, not peel potatoes. You'llbe Cream together sugar and butter. system without spiritual power. tTse only as directed.OWDEfi .

able to see the difference. Add egg yolks. Beat in flour and The church had such an abnormal

:I Give good-tasting tonic When boiling potatoes, be sure to salt.Add milk. Stir in lemon juice growth when Constantine espoused

use boiling water, plenty of salt. and rind. Fold in egg whites. Pour Christianity as a political move, >

: many doctors recommend For mashed potatoes, use en- into custard cups. Bake at 375 degrees mixed it with paganism, and elevated

:'.; Valuable Scott's Emulsion helps children thusiasm plus a wooden spoon anddon't for 10 minutes, then reduce it to a position of worldly

promote proper growth, strong bones, spare either. heat to 350 degrees. Bake for 35 power.

sound.tcethl 1 Contains natural A'and B Waffles should be crisp. Don't minutes longer or until! a toothpick All this was and still is contraryto YOUR SCRAP
Vitamins-elements all children need. So' open the waffle baker while the thrust into the center comes out dry. God's plan for the church. He SAVE

-\: Mother-give Scott's-daily the year iron is steaming. That means Chill. Serve directly from custard wanted a spiritual body distinguishedby ). TO HELP GAIN7ICTORY

'round.Buy at all druggists 1 it's cooking. cups. lowliness, meekness and service. ,

Recipes are a chart' and a These are the things that mark the
guide. Good cooks as well as // you want sugar-saving suggestions, true Christian spirit. The marks of
write to Lynn Chambers, Western Newspaper '
brides need them-then you can Union 210 South true Christianity are always thoseof ?
Desplaines Street, 'A Old METAL RAGS,
always get good results, avoid Chicago 6, Illinois. Don't forget to enclosea likeness to Him who said: "I am
failure. stamped, self-addressed envelope for meek and lowly in heart," who came \Jf RUBBER and PAPER

; Great Yaar Rouiid Tonic Save Used Fats! your reply. "not to be ministered unto but to

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::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..: :.:..:..:..:..:..-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..i Texas University, and of now Georgia is in Athens boning at some the ballots back to, mark election them officials and get in them time 1 I (SEAL) Clerk Hendry WILLIAM Circuit Court T, HULL., r H.Solicitor, A. RIDER.for Complainant. I

I County, Florida. No. 2-Jan, 7,14,21,28.V .
more. It's really tough, Carrol says, ,, for tabulation, he pointed out. .- -

but he is determined' it isn't going |I Florida had such a system, called \

With to lick him. He says the boys were I I the Bryan primary law, until' 1931.
r washed out in great numbers in Governor Holland said last week he

Texas, and every boy who left just I 1 I, had found no sentiment for a return .

| Our Boysin -made Carrol determine to worK all '', to ,the system, which he terror COMMERCIALFRAILERS '
the harder. He likes Georgia, says', ed the only way to eliminate difficulties -
Athens is a beautiful town but it :|i r: presented by the short interval .

isn't like Florida. i I between the first and second .
theService I j II .
I primaries without delaying the fi-

Guy Nelson has returned to the i I i nag selection of nominees.,

pr,. Navy after a thirty day furlough,

and a well deserved one. Guy's ship XOTICU Of REGISTRATION
was sunk in the Mediterranean in I
t November, so he is to be assignedto Registration books open In each
another. At present he is in election district Tuesday February 8. 1I I
,, and close Monday, March 6. During
New York awaiting assignment. this time the books will be at the followIng I I
. . . places: ry'g
.. ....
Y MAN N N M NN M :N M NAM : :NN NN,1.:NN N:.yN: Precinct No. One-Alston's Drug
;Leslie Miller and his wife came Store, Parker T. Wilson; District Officer II I
Clewiston, Florida.
Rabbit Roberts writes in a 'new down for a short visit with friends. Precinct No. Two-Jennings'' Store, I

address, and says: I )know it is hard Still stationed in Mayport, Leslie is Mrs.LaHelle Irma, Florida.Jennings' District_ Officer, I II

to keep up with'all the fellows, butI planning to come back to Clewistonto Precinct No. Three-Hough Service II I

would like to receive the News live when the war is 'over. We Station LafJelle,, W.Florida.D. Hough, District Officer, I "
more often (forwarded papers often hope all our boys keep that Precinct No. Four-Daniels' Home,
Jail to reach their destination). I for by that time Clewistonwill Mrs. Dora, Daniels, District Officer,

am in a good outfit and like it fine. really be ,something to come Denaud Precinct Florida.No. Five Lancaster's- I

We have a good diamond ball team home to. The. :Millers are amazed I Home Officer, ,Mrs.Felda Addine, Florida.Lancaster, District Our "Granite" Commercial Trailers give the advantage.

and Christmas Day played the every time they come down at the Sec. 102.09 Florida Statutes. ''IS! .11. I of-a car and truck at no added operation cost. Save
champions of this section''. 'The' changes and growth that has been Registration books open nt office of
'game lasted twelve innings and,we made since their last visit. I and Supervisor close April of Registration 15th. Hours, March during 7th i time and expense. Perfect balance makes for ease of

won. If Ed Clark should happen to I which registration books in the sev- i handling. See this trailer of "a thousand uses".
eral election districts and at the offlcc''of I'
read' this I would like for him to Clyde Stephens Is home from | Supervisor of Registration are from I ,

please take. note.,-Two men scored Chanute Field., Illinois, for a short! 0:00: o'clock A. 1\I.to .12jJOI'cocle\: !., On Display tit ..
I I ana irom zuo:; ociocic 1'. in. to ouu I .J... ,
in the last inning while the catcher I furlough. Lt. Bob Patterson is o'clock P. M. each day except Sunday i
was arguing with the umpire-and home from Camp Gruber, Oklahoma Secs. 102.09 and 102.17 Florida: Statutes '
him: a 2nd Lieut. Give my regards i Given under my; hand and seal this I MOTORS '
"to- all 'in Clewistou. 1 r 19th day of January. A. D. 1914. -
Lt. Bob Beardsley is- tra1 sferr'edfrom PHONE 03 CLEWISTOX, FLOKIDAm
Supervisor of Registration i I ,_
"England"comes letterfrom Fort Bragg. N. C., to Fort Hendry County, Florida.
From a
No 6-Jan. 20, 27, Feb. 3.
Bill Roland, who says ,"I would Jackson, S.: C. r..r.. I.. '

like to say it in person, but since '_'. .

,that is impossible this will have to Clayton Waters who had been on ,NOTICETnllnhniftce Florida, January 3:, 10-14 1 '( 11111111111111 !1-:1111111111111:: ! do. I think you know what the extensive maneuvers in Louisiana 1_ '
News means to the girls and boys in I before his recent visit home, has NOTICE is hereby given that the t
Trustees of t ImprovementFund I ?
'service. That is more or less a fact I been transferred to Camp Howze of the Sate of Florida and the .:. ..
understood. Texas, since his return. State Board of Education of the Stateof S
Florida offer for sale and will receive -
"I want you to know, too, that I competitive bids in Tallahassee, |!iDorit rely on a i.
appreciated 'The Season's Greet- I Jack Moorman, after six weeks Florida at 12 o'clock Noon February8th
for lands in HENDRY COUN'
at in Miami his
ing' very much and I know that the rest camp following TY, FLORIDA described as follows: .:.
I return from 50 North Africa and .
others in service feel just as I do. E% of Section 16, Township' 46
Italy bombing missions, has had the wishbone
"It is a pleasure when one has South Range 32 'East, containing :iI i
good fortune to be assigned to 320 acres' : .; \
time to sit down and read what is '
W% of Section 33, Township 45 ,
Buckingham Field Fort
Myers. I'I'f
new back home. It is almost as goodas I South, Range 32 East, containing
letter."I 320 acres; I
receiving a x
E1h of Section 17, Township ,46
just wanted you all to know RATIONINGContinued I South, Range 32 East, containing I
now I feel about what you are do- 320 acres; :i: _
Hendry County, State of Florida. I ::
ing for the boys in service." .:. i
# from Page 4) j This Notice is published in compliance .:.
i ed to take care of bulk deliveries; with Sections 270.08 and 270.09.-1} A
Over in Italy a few weeks ago, Florida Statutes 1941. ..
"finance i and only dealers having delivery facilities -i The Trustees and the Board reservethe I A
Bell who with
is a
Sandy who regularly make such I right to reject any and -all bids. 1 X
disbursing section" (meaning he I I: deliveries in'-lots of 25 gallons or I II By order of the Trustees of the Internal I t
Improvement Fund and State
helps the Army' pay off,) thought|'1 I more will be permitted to honor 1 1I I Board of_ Education. I v
ihe face of the Lieutenant who came i : -o f
"R" '
| coupons.
'ip to his desk for his pay looked ;I I Governor, 1
:familiar. He checked on" the pay I: Attest: vf
Holders of "B" and "C" gasoline, P. C, ELLIOT. Secretary, Trustees. 1 I ..
Toll, and found it was a friend from j .. ,
ration 'warned COLIN ..
books are : that these I ENGLISH Secretary, State
'Fl rida, Lt., Ted Cassidy, whose I Board of Education.No. .
books must be turned in to the local 48-Jan. 14. 21. 28. Feb. 4. :: A account
wife was one of the bridesmaids at I I ration board: if the owner'changes : YIM savings :;: ,

Sandy and: Betty's* ,- wedding I I his employment or moves i.v Tim riruuiT; COURT OF nnxnnv :!: frni1;:;; with our insured ..;:.,
; :
i out of town. A new ration book IX CIIAXCKRY.
The biggest smile of the week has !: will be issued by the office-at the ; I : r
">een on ,Frances Nail's face. Saturday I I WILMAR CLEO, LEWIS, ,' C safety will provide l
time but the "B" and "C" books Complainant, : toaao ,
she received her first message : must be surrendered and application -\I vs.- 1 !
'from Campbell since he went over- I 1LnIOn.A ISBY LEWIS, ;* the things want i
made ,for the new book. Defendant.THE ., ;;you.
seas,-a cablegram which didn'tgive I ...
any news but brought a smile STATE OF FLORIDA: ."i.0 oi.
Citizens are also requested to be MARION RAMSEY .:0 0"
LEWIS, whose placeof I :
'that when six
increased Monday
was careful of their war ration books residence Is unknown: .:.' '- .0'
letters arrived. Campbell is a I -
I and try not to lose them. There is It
appearing from the sworn bill
C.P.O. and ,is joining of the
one j always a delay before a new book filed in said court wherein said complainant oi.y
Southwest Pacific's many Sea-Bee| ; I l seeks a divorce from the said
'units. can be issued. defendant that the place of residenceof :
I said defendant is unknown. It is o. y
now, therefore, ordered that the said y
State DemocraticContinued defendant be and is required to appear
Carrol Redish writes from Athens, -
in said cause on February 7, 1944, at ?
Ga., to send his new address. He the Clerk's office in the Hendry 'County x y
served in the Pacific on active sea- ( from page 1) Florida courthouse in the City ,of
LaBelle Florida, otherwise the allegations -
duty for several months; appliedfor primaries instead of the present of said bill will be taken as y

flight training, passed the examinations runoff 'procedure. Since the secondor confessed published by once him: each and that week this for orderbe four I, y Y .#

and has been transferred i-I runoff primary comes only three consecutive weeks in The Clewiston y
a naval air unit. He took weeks after the first, service per- News. .:. .y.

flight training at Kilgore College, I sonnel would be unable to receive February Done and, 1941.ordered this 3rd day. of 11I11I1I1111111 IIIIIIIIIIIII 1 :III!Ijll'llil' i \ '11I1111Il1SJ!!! : !111I1I11I1I1I1 \ 11111111111111 rlJ\ I"II!IIIIIIII I l\\lllllllll"1111 J\ij liI! it

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