The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/01023
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 24, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:01023
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Clewiston was little different from C. Wilson, chairman of the I Lehman, executive secretaryof
other communities' in the state this payroll deduction committee of the 4 v 9 : I the Florida War Finance ComMittee -
week as the 1944-45 hunting season' Hendry County War Finance Com- met here Tuesday afternoon
got underway and many of the familiar mittee, stated yesterday that there *' ith a group of local workers in the

'," faces missing this week would be a showing of heavy mobile Ii i War Bond "Drive and plans were

might ,easily be found in the hunt- equipment, anti-aircraft guns, ba- II mapped for the conduct of the Sixth
ing grounds of this and adjacent zookas, rifles and many other pieces! y I War Loan Drive.
counties. of modern military'equipment at the The
meeting ,was held at the of-
The News, ':'r'v"-6..bet, has had few sugar house tomorrow afternoon I "ice of C.:V. Parkinson,- county chairman -
of killed but it be from three to five o'clock and every- .; and attended
'; reports game can was by Mr. Park-
safely assumed that when many one is cordially', invited to attend. t inson, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, head of
Clewiston families sit down to their The display will be in front of the, 10'6' t'. I the woman's division. Miss Frances
luncheon next Thurs- tim ,-keeper's office. Morgan
Thanksgiving I repesenting the First Bank
day they will enjoy wild turkey instead This showing, at the sugar house ;" ;A : Y : ri I nf Clewiston, Mrs. A. W. Sias, rep-

of the usual barnyard variety. I and at the Plantation Machine Shop I "renting the post-office, Harry T.
It may also be assumed that already at 11:30 that morning is in connec- Vaughn, representing the sugarhouse
many squirrels, quail and dove have tion with the all-out effort of H. T. and the sugar corporation, E.
found their way into the pots of local Vaughn, superintendent of produc- I M. Cornette, representing the schools
housewives for it is reported that tion, to make the sugar house the I t and Car Settle of the Newjs.

thei'i is an unusual amount of small first organization in the county to Mr. Lehman first announced the
game this season. be privileged to fly the Minute Man \ Hendiy County' quota of $522,000 of

The county judge's office in La- flag for having 'at least a ninety __ _______ __ ___ which $55,000 is Series E bonds and
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Belle\reported the first of the week percent participation of employeesin I' = :: I he commended the group on their

that;229 hunting licenses had been the war bond payroll deduction ,Above is pictured 'a mess group I prisoners. was obtained from American -' splendid] showing in the Fifth Drive
0fd there and in Clewiston to date. I plan. from Oflag 64, a German Prisonerof I 1: when a total of $749,000 worth of
To make it easier for hunters to obtain I So sure is Mr. Vaughn that the War Camp in the Polish Corridorand I army supply depots captured i:: bonds were sold.
employees will that the in North Africa. The picture was !
\; licenses here they were placed come through few of his friends will have difficulty i Circulars describing the various
: on sale at the city hall and a twenty- flag has already been ordered and recognizing Lt. Edwin O. made in January' of this year and aspects of the campaign were dis-

., five cent charge was made for will be put on display to show the Ward, son of A. O. Ward of Clew I mailed on May 21. I I tributed by Mr. Lehman who recommended -

handling. employees their eward for this par- iston, standing at the extreme left. General Patton's son-in-law the II I I that they be placed in the

: As regards military and naval ticipation., When the employeeshave Reading from left to right in the commanding officer of the prisoners I hands of as many people as posible
k personnel, Florida extends the same I been signed up in sufficient group standing are Lt. Ward, Jim J in this camp. The highest ranking! I during the campaign.
number to permit the to be I
," hunting privileges to those station-I flag Bancker of New Jersey, Frank I prisoner acts as :spokesman! and has !I It has been urged that the school
flown it will be placed just below
(: ed in this state as residents Tripp of New Jersey' and George jurisdiction over his men. The Red !!i undertake a more extensive pro-
This means that service men and I the American flag on the sugar house 1 I Rogers of New York. Kneeling, left I Cross constantly ,makes efforts to i I I gram on sales than ever before. In

,. women, regardless of their own residence flag pole. I to right are Bill Burghart of New maintain sanitary and livable ,conditions -i j this respect Mr. Lehman pointed out
a may purchase hunting licenses Two disabled ,veterans will accompany York, Ed Spicher of Pennsylvaniaand for the prisoners. that Florida school children had
on the, same basis accorded the display of guns and I
.John Creech of Rhode Island. In a letter received the latter part already been responsible for the sale
Florida residents, if they are stationed equipment and war bond sales will of
The in the eight million dollars in bonds
building rear as described of September, written July 6th Ed
in the state. This is quite sav- be c nducted'at this rally. I
a '
by Lt. Ward in the letter sent told of how he and his companions since the' program began. He also
ing in cost as non-resident license with the picture to his wife is usedas celebrated the 4th of July. They pointed out that schools, may now
fees are. higher than those for residents. Shawnee Couple Is a canteen and the weather on the staged horse races comparable with sponsor the purchase of a jeep, or

morning the picture was taken was those we have on the 5c slot ma- ambulance, or truck or some other
There are no exemptions for''hunting Injured In 'Wreck below zero. The blouse Ed is wearing I I chines and, needless to say, there piece of military equipment, the cost

;,' licenses in Florida except for is a regular enlisted man'sblouse !I were no fireworks. Ed won a barrel -I of. which is given, and if that amount
residents 65 years of. ,age and older Here Friday NightMr. for which he made the belt of German script and a barrel of of bonds is ,sold the name of the

j and children ,under 15.. A resident, .,.:--- tI and buckle. Most of clothing is- beer, the entire load of script being school will be embossed on a plate
r,; other ".that...;iifnc. ,,fount-;,must:pay,I and Mrs E l,;!, d'.of Shawnee-sued -by the Germans : to, allied:'worth about 70c in U.. S. currency. 'I to ,be fastened; the/interior of the
?3'.25"for a county license, a nonresident -' -Farms 'were seriously injured on I I vehicle. Stamp saleg'will not count,
state license is $25.50 andnonresident I Friday night of last week about a ------------- ___ u I he said, only bonds and filled stamp

10-day 'continuous i half mile west of town'.when. their I books exchanged for ,bonds.
$10.50. car 'overturned in the middle of the MURAL FOR INN IS' ,TIGERS FIGHT WAY The theatres of the state have

Under present regulations, open I highway. They' were brought at I taken a quota of 27 million dollars
season on the taking of game birds once to the Clewiston Hospital and PAINTED and stand ready, to assist local cam-
and animals is:: : it is now believed that both of them BEING IN I TO VICTORY OVER I paign's in every way possible. At

Quail, turkey, squirrel-Nov. 20 will recover from their injuries. least one theatre premiere was recommended -
to Feb. 15. Hunting permitted every I The'couple :were on their way: to WEST PALM BEACH ARCADIAFRIDAY. by Mr. Lehman duringthe
day Nov. 20 to Nov. 30; prohibited Clewiston when their car ran out of ,! I present campaign.

t Monday and Tuesday of each week I I gas and they hailed a passing motorist ......- i _' I Another sales plan which has gone

from Dec. 1 to Feb. 15. Christmas I l a soldier from Buckingham J. Clinton Shepherd, director of I The. Clewistou ,High School Tigers over well in many places is the {
:* Day and New Years Day are I I Field, and asked him to push their ,art !! "Buy Bonds for Future" ,
open. at the Norton School of Art in scored their greatest victory of the j Baby's plan
f) Day's bag on quail is 12, turkey, 1, II I car into 'town. They were moving West Palm Beach has recently com- J season when they upset the heavier i I Ja certificate with colorful drawingsby

squirrel 15; season's bag on quail isj I along at a good clip ,when Elrod lost I: pleted a mural, The Florida Ever- and highly favored DeSoto High | Walt Disney bPing given, for each
200 turkey 3, squirrel 200. i i control of his car and it glades, ninety-six feet in length and Bulldogs of'Arcadia 18 to 7 last Friday I purchase under this' plan to hang

t Dove-Nov. 20 to Jan. 15. Hunting !(I His skull was ,fr verturned'i eight feet, high which is to be installed -. night on the Arcadia field !It j in baby's room.
I I did not I '
i prohibited Monday and Tuesday regain .. in the cocktail lounge, soon The Tigers won the toss and I j Mr. Lehman pointed out that al- f\\
: of each several days after the, accident but 1
week, Christmas Day, New to be re-modelled the
of ClewistonInn
elected to receive: On the second though there had been some criti-
i Years Day and Jan. 15 open. Day's every hope is held for his eventual sometime in December 1
I play from scrimmage Junior Wil- sism of the great volume of advertising -
: bag is 10.Duck recovery.: Mrs. Elrod was sufferingfrom
The mural was first exhibited at ., cox broke off left tackle and raced matter which had been cir-
geese, coot Nov. 2 to minor injuries and shock and a meeting of the Palm Beach County ; fifty-five yards before he was pulled culated and the supposed great, cost
although still confined to
(Continued the hos-
on Page 5) Art League last Friday night. ;< down on the Arcadia 12. The Bulldogs I I of the campaign that in reality the
pital is believed out of danger.
The painting is a composite of held for downs and the first I cost of the sale of war bonds in this

(i' Concrete Control bird, animal and. \, plant life in the I Tiger threat to score was nullified. I waihas amounted to only one
I Gates Local Thieves Are Everglades. Colors are-soft and The remainder the first Quarter I thirty-third of one per cent against
Being BuiltThe l ; detailing is said to be exceptionallyfine. was played around the mid-fieJd three per cent in the last war. He
Caught In BartowW. stripe with neither team being able II said that Florida's cost of promotionwas
United States Sugar Corporation I I to make consistent gains. the fourth lowest of any state in
Figures are painted against a |
now has under constructionnine A. Williams, a fornier em- background of sky.] For this the ar- I i Midway in the second period Ar- the nation. He said, also, that the "
concrete water control gates in ployee of Hendry County Motors, tist said that he used pthalcoyanina .'cadia took the ball on' its own 42 value of the stamps purchased and .

laterals through the large acreage and a woman giving the name of green, a soft fadeless hue which and marched 58 yards to a score lost or otherwise put out of use
west of town set aside for improved Gertrude Ray were apprehended in exactly approximates the blue of the the drive featuring short line plung- would more than defray the entire !
cattle pasture. Bartow Monday night and are heldin sky of the Everglades region. i es. The Tigers on short passes and promotion cost of the whole series ,
Previous control gates the county jail at LaBelle end 3 of war bond drives.
have been on All figures were first sketched in runs carried to the Bulldog
c of steel but are no longer available I charges of breaking and entering charcoal after which all surplus : yard line where they lost the ball Another astounding figure, at a
:'i and it is said that the concrete gates the Hendry County Motors last charcoal was removed with a vac- as the half ended with Arcadia on time when there is much talk' that

are, proving very satisfactory.. Flash Thursday and stealing a quantity of uum. The outlines left were then; the long end of a 7-0 score. people are cashing in their bonds .:
i boards for the gates are of heavy valuable motor parts. They are also sprayed with a fixatave. Late in the third quarter, Clewis very rapidly, was that 88.79 per cent
I timbers. Use of these gates will held on statuatory cl charges Birds depicted include ton, with Marty Waldron tossing of the bonds sold since the beginningof
permit much better water' control in The couple were'so quickly ap- egl'e'ts. skimmers various varieties snowy short passes, drove to the Arcadia war bond sales were still in the ;

the pasture area. prehended because of prompt work of herons white, blue and Loui-l|i' 35. Doug Conover then tossed a (Continued on Page 5)t
' by local police officials Marshall J. siana, five varieties of ducks, white'I j'I lateral to Richard Pape who scored :

'i Lt. Beardsley Speaker S. Taylor and Constable I. S. Bell. (Continued, on Page 5)) I I standing up. aided by some very fine I Junior Red Cross I .:
' investigating robbery Taylor blocking.. The try for the extra
i'I'I = At Kiwanis Club discovered a release 'slip which !
I Contracts I point failed and the third quarter Roll Call Complete
Bishop-Wilson I
1\\ had been issued to Williams by the ended with Arcadia leading 7 to 6, :
1'I' Hendrv County Motors. Remembering Early in the :Junior With Good Results
final period
,i The Kiwanis Club had as guests Williams Building of Rooming ,
:'I\ at the meeting Wednesday) eveningLt. employmentthere Martinez blocked an Arcadia punton I .,
; J. W. Beardsley, home on furlough place of and business his familiarity a general with alarm the Houses for U. S. S. C. the Bulldog's 45 yard line, Richard Miss Alice Kerr, third grade teach:1:
i from Camp Shanks, N. Y., and Pape recovered, and, behind ,.
had charge of
in the local school,
I was sounded and the couple was er
j Lt. V. R. Beardsley, home on furlough ,quickly located. The United States Sugar Corporation -, beautiful blocking scored the Tigers'second the Junior Red Cross Roll Call, con- '
: I from Fort Bragg, N. C. Both contract for the touchdown. total of
Both the man and woman are be- awarded the cluded this week and a
are sons of Kiwanian J. E. Beards- ing held in the Bounty jail pendinga construction? of the two new rooming -I I| Clewiston's final score came in 38.50 was raised ,among the school j''
i ley.Lt. preliminary hearing when they houses for single white employees i| the closing minutes of the game on. children. Most of the rooms, eachof
J. W. Beardsley made a very will probably he bound over to the of the corporation to BishoP-Wilson end runs and tackle plays with which had been assigned' a quota, ,
m interesting talk on the operation, of next term of circuit court. Lumber Company of Clewiston ,and' Johnny Sullivan tallying the fin'alsix raised this quota in its entirety. 'f
a mess hall for the men who are their workmen began laying out the points.N Mrs. It. Y. Patterson chairman of ,

r- leaving for oversea duly and those RED ,CROSS OFFICIAL HERK two buildings on Monday. The game featured good blocking the Clewiston Red Cross Chapter, .
I "V returning from oversea duty, thework These two, two-story frame buildings and tackling and a tricky Clewiston complimented the school and Miss ''t
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in which }he is now engaged. Wm. Jeffries of St Cloud, Held forty-two by a hundred and I II offense which had the Arcadia boys Kerr most highly on their accomp '
f The meeting next week will he on representative for the American Red four feet are being constructed just; somewhat confused. Clewiston made lishment. .
Tuesday eveniuc and will be held I Cross, was here for a couple of days I west of the sugar mill highway between -' fourteen first downs to Arcadia's 1 Other Junior Red Cross work is +
at the Scout came on the Ridge. The: this week to discuss phases of Red Ventura and Trinidad Ave'I' thirteen and piled up 302 yards rush planned in the immediate future on I
members will enjoy a Thallksglvin'gturkey :I Cross work with the chairman of the nues, one building facing each street. ing to the Bulldog's 145. The Tigers special work' for hospitals ,designedfor
shoot and barbecue and a' Clewiston Chapter Mrs. R. Y.: Pat-;[ Construction, time is estimated at I completed seven out of eleven junior members of the great
I large attendance is expected. \ terson. about four months. I (Continued on Page 7) organization. S



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majority he should be taught t< ......... That Evening .
fend for himself, gave his son tw
hundred dollars and told him tha 0t STORY THUS FAR: Zorlo CoreyIs fully sorry. In haste of departurelost For some time Miss Lanning listened Mary-How is it Bill never takes
expected by her employer's wife, Mrs. you to the movies any more?
he would have to your tea invitations. Please duplicate with a bored expression to the
ear 1
Folsome, to deliver thirty Invitations to and send me bill." explanation from the purser's de Helen Well, one evening it
his own living. tea-In She calls at her em rained and
person. we stayed home.Don't .
1 And she had sent a telegram to partment.She .
The young man did no work, bu t ployer's home during a rainy evening
riotous few weeks on holi and picks up the Invitations. She has a Jimmy Hoffbrower, saying:. "Your hung up the phone with via-
spent a found himself almos t date this evening with Paul Duncan, her term paper finished. In drawer my lence, jumped up and said, with gestures misjudge a boy because
day, fiance, but fears she will be late for It. typewriter table. Hope you pass : "It isn't even a mixup. He he frowns; he may be a gentle-
penniless.His Utterly despondent about delivering the all courses with flying colors." says they're packed. He says the man and a scowler.
sole desire'was to get homeland ,, Invitations, she leans against a telephone
Her thoughts drifted to the big, government demands so many
he decided to send a wire pole and cries. Suddenly a man appears.
bronzed man"she had met ins for defense work
then young in every voyage Lucky Answer
He listens to her story gravely
He found he had only money sufficient f-! rips the invitations from her band, tears the rain. Although she now knew ers and navy wives and such and Professor Tilt-Mr. Gray, what three C
to pay for a message o them up and tosses them into the trash who he was, he remained mys that we're lucky to have accommodations words are used most among college students -
four words, so, after considerable basket. He balls a taxi and Instructsthe terious. His full name was,Stephen at all. He says he'll try to ?
thought, he telegraphed to his fa driver to take her where she directs. Decatur Duncan and he was, Paul do something about it. Well, he'd Gray-7 don't know. "
ther: "Fatted calf for one!" Paul's uncle, Admiral Duncan, calls on had, told her in the plane, in dis better." Professor Tilt-Correct. ':",::,
Zorle. grace. Steve had been living in She tipped the three waiting stew-
Germany. His political sympa- ards. She glanced at Zorie's worn
CHAPTER IV thies were very pro-Nazi.. He hada old suitcases and her battered old .
rascally reputation. Steve was trunk. It was the size and shape of
"What did you say?" he demanded being taken back to Uluwehi by his a modern field trunk, or foot locker. I Couuhing ,

+ hoarsely. "What did you say to grandfather, who, Paul said, was Zorie's father had used it on camping
aa ta : McGonigle? Did you promise an en- disgusted with him. trips and it looked it. I

dowment?" "Steve is in the doghouse," Paul "Are these yours?" Miss Lanning I
"I don't recall just what I said, had explained, "and the less said asked.
his grandfather answered vaguely. the better." "Y-yes," said Zorie. If there had : COLDSRelieve

"But it's all right." She slipped into sodden sleep.A been any other place to go, she
CHEST COLD "It means I'll lose my job! series of bangings aroused her. would have gone. But there were
TIGHTNESS "What"of it? I have better ideas Three' men were in the stateroom no other places. I Distress This Modern Way

for you. and they were depositing luggage Zorie sat her bed while the Here is
QUICKLY When chest muscles "On that Plantation?" Paul asked on a simple:l way Mother. to rev
feel"tight"and sore, dark-skinned girl briskly unpackedher Levethecoughingmiseryofyourchad's
RELIEVED due to a cold,rub on hoarsely.. He was breathing hard. :J. bags and hung things up. She cold. At bedtime,rub Vicks VapoRubon
Mentholatum. Two vital actions "Yes. There's a fine opening for hung up dresses and skirts and the throat,chest and back..and
bring quick relief: (1) Mentholatum you-better than the one I mentioned v M '4WIY. gowns and nightgowns and lounging at once VapoRub starts to work to. "J
stimulates surface circulation- bring welcome
relief as it. .
pajamas and coats and other thingsin
helping to "loosen" the tight cried.
"I don't want it! Paul
muscles., (2) Soothing medicinal both closets until both were full. PENETRATES ati "
"Well to take it-
you're going f
Tapors comfort irritated mucous Then she went about hanging thingson to bronchial
hm You have time to pack a
membranes of nose and throat. ? just -
hangers about the room until with its special -r ,
Get Mentholatum. Jars,tubes,30ln and meet us at the plane. Look at there wasn't a hook left., medicinal vapors. a-<
Miss Corey," he said, smiling be-
Zorie was sure she was hangingup 3TIUL47 .
if she
t nevolently at Zorie as were r '
the final proof of something. "She'sall a great many of these things chest and back ... "
ready." needlessly; that she would not havea surfaces like a 't .
Aunt Hannah's voice broke in, with chance to wear a fraction of this warming poultice., r.o
'J wardrobe on the trip. VapoRub's
sleepy irritability: "Ready for penetrating-stimulating
KEEP place. Tame that unruly The telephone Amber fairly action above
what?" rang. (pictured ) keeps on work
look. Aid( lustre. Keep leaped across the room to answer it. ing for hours to relieve muscular soreness
hair well groomed withHAIR She came down the stairs, holding -
Moroline Hair Tonic. Large "Yes?" she cried, on an ascend or tightness,help clear congestionand
her dressing
pink quilted gown '
bottle 25c. Sold everywhere. ing soprano scale. "Who? Wait a irritation in upper breathing pas
about her short, plump figure. & minute." She glanced resentfully at sages and bring welcome comfort. l i

"This is my Aunt. HannahAdmiral I Zorie. "It's for you." ONLY VAPORUB Gives You this '
Duncan," Zorie murmured. Zorie tremblingly took the phone. I special double action. It's time-tested

Pull the Trigger on "Ready for what?" Aunt Hannah She was relieved and happy at the home-proved...the best known home (_
repeated aggressively."Good interruption. Now Miss Lanning remedy:for relievA A *4 t *
morning Aunt Hannah," ing miseries of Y 9 o% >
Lazy"Innards"WHEN could shower or dress or do whatever children's colds.: VAPORUBSNAPPY
Paul said in a sardonic voice. she wanted without the feeling
'My grandfather has just decided that every movement she made was
to take Zorie to Hawaii" being watched.

Aunt Hannah stared. "What for?" "Yes?" Zorie said meekly.

"She's agreed to help me write my "Hullo, honey." It was Paul. He
memoirs," Admiral' Duncan an- w r't i sounded in much better spirits than i 0

swered. when she had last seen him, and she I
She stared at him, then at Zorie. hoped he had had a couple of drinks, I
'How-how long will it take?" she although Paul disapproved of drink
gasped. r fi\\ .

"At least a year," said Paul. "It'sa ing."Make_ yourself! beautiful," Paul

dandy job." said, "and come and join us in the
V "But what's to become of me?" admiral's suite for cocktails and din

Aunt Hannah wailed. "I can't afford h7 a / ner. We'll.. dance__ afterward.__ We're
CONSTIPATION makes yon feel to run this house without the- K-.r.rr.: .;;............ ... dressing. Willyou n ?"
punk as the dickens, brings on stomach FACTS
upset, sour taste, gassy discomfort, take i the assistance that Zorie gives me." She said coolly, "What are you do- "Of course," Zorie said meekly.
Dr.CaldwelTs famous medicine to quickly "Rent a smaller house," said the ing here?" "It's number Twenty-seven, on B ABOUT
pull the trigger on lazy "innards", and admiral coldly. Deck," Paul said. "Make it snap-
help you feel bright and chipper again.DR. Aunt Hannah at this moment uttered on the floor beside hers. It was py, darling, will you?" RUBBER
.CALDWELL'S is the wonderful senna small She "Yes said Zorie.
a scream. was beautiful luggage of all shapes and ,
laxative sin to make contained it so easy in good to take.old Syrup Pep- staring past the admiral at the sizes, but all of a pattern, a soft When she turned from the phone,

MANY DOCTORS use pepsin preparationsin stairs. The ,admiral turned and faun color with bright red-and-blue she saw that Amber Lanning had {.
prescriptions to make the medicine more glanced at the stairs. Paul was bands about .it, and all stamped in not taken advantage of her privacyat
palatable and agreeable to take.So be sure looking at the stairs. Zorie turned gold with the initials A.L. all. She was wandering about
your laxative is contained in Syrup Pepsin. and looked.A Zorie sat up and gazed at it. the room. Many rubber items In common
use arc shaped at the factories in
INSIST ON DR.CALDWELL'S-the favoriteof man was slowly coming down.In There were at least ten pieces of Zorie was, she realized, caught in giant extruding machines, which In
millions relief for SOyears.andf thatwholesome his left hand was one of Zorie's this handsome luggage. another trap set by her meekness.She general appearance and actionare
children love from it.constipation.Even finicky suitcases. The other was' hugged Then a girl ,came sailing into the did not have the courage to go much like the ordinary kitchen

CAUTION Use under his right elbow, while, with room-a girl of about Zorie's age about the relatively simple job of meat grinder. Rubber, mixed with
: only as directed. his right hand, he was balancing on and size, and she was slim, dark undressing, showering and dressing, chemicals extruded In any shape

his shoulder her small trunk. and beautiful. She had brown eyes ,because this girl, with her simple desired-round, square- rectangular -
Y CAlDWEll'S The man descending the stairs was and a dusky lovely skin. She lookedas egotism, her unquestioning self-as- or tubular.

the big, bronzed, blue-eyed young if she might be Spanish or surance had her buffaloed. The critical operating tem-
SENNA LAXATIVECgNTAINED man to whom she had talked in the French. Zorie glanced at her wristwatch.It perature in a tire Is about 240
rain. He was smiling mysteriouslyat She hardly glanced at Zorie. She was almost six. Ten minutes degrees at its hottest point,
IN SYRUP PEPSIN her, with one eyebrow up. He said coolly, "What are you doing inhere must have gone by while she sat and is reached quicker in a
looked sinister. I ?" She had the kind of accent, there, unable'to move, frozen by synthetic rubber tire than in
The mysterious young man walked I that you associate with sophisticated whatever the word is for the exact one made of natural rubber. '.

AT FIRST leisurely past Aunt Hannah and out people who have lived a great deal opposite of confidence sureness and Speed, load and inflation are
; chief factors in developingtire
e of the door. abroad-not English, or French, or courage.
"Zorie!" Aunt Hannah bleated. The bed on which she sat was heat, which accounts for
Italian Russian
I German, or or tire users being cautioned
IIGNOFAO" "Who," Zorie asked huskily, "is smooth blending of them all. shaking gently, but this was not about respecting them.Relief .
due to the state of her
that? this "
"I-I thought was my room,
"We'd better be moving," Admiral Zorie answered meekly.The nerves. Even as she wondered
use666 Duncan said cheerily, "We mustn't girl glanced at Zorie again, about it, the stateroom tilted ever

.. miss that plane-hm?" then stared. ,Her eyes seemed to I so little, and she realized that, while
Cold Preparations as directed "Who," Zorie repeated, "is that?" grow huge. Her lovely color faded. she was sleeping, the "Samoa" must
Thin lipped, Paul answered: "Who are you?" she gasped. have left its pier, and that when
"Let's just call him an evil force in "My name is Zorie Corey." Miss Lanning looked out of the port-
motion. That is my brother Steve." "Where are you from?" hole and made her ecstatic remarks,
SURVEY SHOWS 4 "Zorie!1" Aunt Hannah whim- Confused by her sharpness, Zorie the last of San Francisco was to be
pered.' "You can't desert me like told her. seen, and that they were now at sea.

., this!" The girl stared at her a few sec- I Miss Lanning leisurely took from
I Ia Zorie wondered at that moment if onds longer, then her color im I hangers and drawers the things she C
the three kisses she had bestowed on proved. She laughed and said, I might or might not be intending to
, the brow of the cast-iron Buddha "We'll see about this. I paid for I wear this evening.The .

I IV ,had anything to do with all this. exclusive occupancy of this room. : telephone rang again and she K
"; When the two stewards had placedher and I intend to have it." answered it.
two suitcases and her small She was, once again, sharp and "Yes, Uncle Win!" she cried.
trunk in the middle of the stateroom vigorous and sure. She was the kindof "Yes, dear. But of course, dar- Il / .

Zorie Corey tipped each a girl, Zorie thought enviously, ling!" She seemed very excited. She 4
dollar and wondered if it was whom people don't push around. I'I spoke rapidly int\ Spanish. Then: .,1
enough. From their smiles and their The girl sat down on the unoccupied "No! I'm sure. She's just a nice
V: 1.Y thanks, she assumed that it was. bed and snatched up the tele- 1 sweet little American girl. All right.

; HELPS Never having traveled, she was ignorant phone. She asked sharply for the I'll see you in about forty minutes.", At Last
BUILD STAMINA about such things. purser. When she got him, she said Zorie glanced again at her watch.

Ji/ HELPS BUILD She closed the door. She took a vigorously: "This is Amber Lanning. Forty minutes! The time was now
ACTUAL deep breath and looked about the Stateroom 221. There's someone else 6:28.: More than half an hour since For Your Cough
RESISTANCE COLDS room which was to be hers alone for in here. I paid for exclusive occu- Paul had phoned. But she could not

four days and five nights. It was a pancy'' of this. cabin and I insist on move. She was chained) toi-her'; bed Creomulsion relieves promptly because -
: Try good-tasting Scott's Emulsion I Contains cozy room done in ivory and pale having it." by her meekness. it goes right to the seat of the '
'i natural A & D Vitamins that help There twin beds each started to get off the bed
green. were "I was supposed to have exclusive Zorie trouble to help loosen and expel
bring back energy and stamina If there against a wall. There was a dress- too," Zone said then relaxed again. There was very germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
Is dietary deficiency of these elements; ing-table with triple mirrors. little she could do-or would do- to soothe and heal raw, tender inflamed -
** meekly. ..
Take it daily. All bronchial mucous mem- ..
druggists I She wondered what Mrs. Folsomewas Amber Lanning glanced at her until her roommate was gone. branes.Tell your druggist to sell you
thinking! about the telegram she with raised eyebrows. She said vigorously So she waited and perspired and a bottle of Creomulsion with the un-
had sent her from Salt Lake City. : "The person who's in here fumed. Miss Lanning took a long derstanding you must like the way It
She had been tempted to send one says she also paid for exclusive occupancy shower. It took her forever to dry to quickly have allays your money the cough back.or you are

saying, "So sorry. Going to Ha What? Well, do some- herself. She came out of the ,bath.
waii. Your invitations in corner thing about it! I can't travel with room, all pink and glowing, and sat CREOMULSIONfor
Great Year-Round Tonic trash basket." another person. I refuse . down at the dressing table.TO ,Chest Colds BronchitisI
The one she had sent said, "Dread j What?" ( BE CONTINUED)

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.; Kum Bum lamasery in Tibet. the script ruins the view. workers among those who ( t ,;

l y For days before the annual But- A postwar theme is handled believe in Christ. It has also come *

ter Festival, thousands of pilgrims shabbily in "My Buddy," makingit to realize that the strengthening of ,

move slowly round the building 10 the first atrocity of peace. the faith of its workers makes them ax

abreast. First they throw themselves 'Murders in the Blue .1 I better workmen; hence we see all CORN FLAKES j

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'. and with Dutstretched fingers lost in deep yawn. Hollywood opment of chaplains in industrial "The FOOdS"-1iKK *
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'r; make a mark in the dust. Then entertainers overseas were shoved a plants. 1' .k...

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.: This movement they repeat unendingly monia while touring the Pacific war The king in this parable is Christ, of the whole-grain declared essential COHN a
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: minutes seeming more to tire pilgrims and every add them-few The Intelligentsia: Paul KennedyOf His when kingdom God is ready on earth.for Him In the to mean set up *****************w-FLAKED.... I ***. :: 1

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Ii cession until the whole 'scene, route to Spain to report the immi- that which they should ,be using for l

;' viewed from a distance, looks nent blowoff there. His ancestry is Him. ..

: like a rolling undulating wave. Irish-Spanish. One of the first Two things stand out in this story. ....

,'.' fashion editors to go overseas will First, the fact that Jesus is coming 0/i,TOO1DA//I/5'8AA'Df ., ,
be Life's staffer handsome El-
new ,
again. There are many scoffers who 4
; For Quick Cough mer Lower-destination Paris. II Pet. 3:3
deny that blessed truth ( : ,
Henry C. Cassidy's piece on what to
4). There believers to
:' Relief Mix This do with German prisoners is the feature whom the promise are many has become buta BOB: O.K., r"
can't resist
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formal truth in a confession of But I'll it
4 : Syrup, at Home 3en'l Robert Johnson's" first book, faith or a creed. But the failure of be late to always market ;r I' 4 a ', ,

'But, General Johnson, (Princeton I men to recognize truth and their unwillingness If we have buns ) i .
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Cooking. NoWork. Saving.
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IT' results it is still one of the most effective again! \

and dependable, for coughs due When ,He comes, He will have PEG: Well we .:
_ '. to colds. Once tried it.
you'll swear by can easily. :'\
-: It's no trouble at all. Make a syrup Quotation Marksmanship: Chas many things to accomplish, but- And my new, f I
:'-.. by stirring: 2 cups of granulated sugar Dana Gibson: A lady is a woman and this is our second fact-one of quick recipe uses \1y / \
and one cup of water a few moments who always remembers others and the most' important is that there Fleischmann'sYeast '-

t;: until Or dissolved. No cooking Is needed. never forgets herself. Dwight shall be accounting. with His followers which puts 1 I
h you can use corn syrup or liquid
I who (who supposed to be His in extra vitamins! .
qt. honey instead of sugar syrup. Moody: never met a man I are ,
".t.. Now put 2* ounces of Pinex Into a has given me as much trouble as servants) regarding the life they "-'

'', pint bottle and add your syrup. This myself. J. Hamilton: Only a have lived. What will your answer .
< makes a full pint.and of truly splendid wise man knows if he fell in love or and mine be in that day? It dependson
t' cough medicine gives you about HM..MM..AND /J
four times as much for your money. was trapped into it. Will Rog- what we are and what we are

:_. '. It keeps perfectly and tastes fine. ers: I don't make jokes. I just doing",right. now_ _._ JUST THINK FOLKSFLEISCHMANN'S :,
".- And you'll-say it's really amazing watch the government and reportthe II. We Are to Be Rewarded for IS .:,y
: for
quick action. You can feel it take
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':- soothes the irritated membranes, and made words march like warriors When believers stand in the pres- YEAST THAT HAS BOTH '' I'M FREE! SEND FOR ME J .i
, helps clear the air passages. Thus it against ignorance. Margaret ,,:.
',' ence of Christ i to answer for the ADDED VITAMINS A s' FLEISCHMANN5 NEW,
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Ballad: tion asked will 'be, "Have you been sqi ALL THOSE VITAMINS THAT WILL MAKE YOUR

Make mine Manhattan-when the Autumn faithful in trading with the gifts, the GO RIGHT INTO YOUR MEALS MORE INTERESTING

-PEPrO- bringsIts abilities and the opportunities which BREADS WITH NO WRITE NOW

. soft enchantment to the noisy town... God has given you?" GREAT '
When mem'ries brush the heart with silken Note that there are three different LOSS IN THE
wings, judgments here, but all on the one Foryourfreo '
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jUPSE1 ago .1 the Lord and great will be their '-l
,is: When constancy was marked the Crown reward!
ing Sin. '
Be gentle with upset stomach.Don't The second man, with equal opportunity -
add to the upset with overdoses of did accomplish something
And yet how soon a foolish lad can learn. ,
.,.. antacids or harsh physics. Soothing That it was you who gave the night* i but not too much. He represents
PEPTO-BISMOL is not laxative, not their charm, I those who do want to serve the Lord

1 upset antacid.stomach.It helps Pleasant calm to and the soothe taste That it was you who made the torch-fire., but with 'no special zeal, no great

children like it. Ask your druggist burn measure of sacrificial endeavor-
for PEPTO-BISMOL when your stom- In that harm brief .space. before we came to just "average" (what an unfortu-
ach is upset. nate standard!) Christians.The .

A NORWICH PRODUCT That it was you who made Manhattan Lord is fair. He does not deprive ".j
I mine- them of their reward. In the
When Autumn spilled its cask of golden I I measure that they have been faith- J

wine! ful, they too shall find joyous servicefor :

#. WIMEN R'40s -Don Wahn. Him. But observe that there is
Y 1
no special word of commendation

Do You Hate HOT FLASHES? Ha-Hallywood: It happened on the ir this case. and there is a limited
MGM lot. A woman writer from reward.
If you suffer from hot flashes, feel
weak nervous, a bit blue at times- New York saw a Red Cross mobile The third man represents those !
all due to the functional "mlddle- unit parked in front of one of. the (
age" period peculiar to women-try who profess to be in fear of God.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com studios. She hadn't been to the He seems to demand so much of
pound to relieve such symptoms. blood bank in quite a spell and she :
Taken regularly-PInkham's Com- I them and they are not ready to give :':. .
pound helps build up resistance thought this would be a good timeto it. Not only do they lose all reward,
against such annoying symptoms. donate. but the Lord must take
Plnkham's Compound Is made I I away even
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his hand to chin. I is no place in the economy of God

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r decided, "but please keep it under work but is not willing to do so. ..HU8/N Ben-Gay qUICK
smpie[ your hat. We are not supposed to "If any will not work, neither let

Relieves pain t and soreness t tThere' take anything on this trip but Metro him eat" (v. 10).
blood." Ben-Gay acts fast to relieve cold symptoms.Ask your
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menu has been used by so many million the church at Thessalonica who perverted -
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salicylate menthol.Ben-Gay
of sufferers from simple Piles. First. It was at a cocktail party in Wash. '' the' teaching of the Lord's up
PAZO ointment soothes inflamed areas more of these ingredients than :five other widely offered
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The Clewiston News I mediate section, found a, big' oak seen a football ,team show. We
should have scored'' three times in
I tree which would protect us from
I{ attack from the rear and sat down the first half, but we got stalled
Published every Friday in Clewiston, ]I to gaze hopefully into the branches within Arcadia's ten-yard; line. JUST RECEIVED ,
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, overhead for roosting tuikeys.: Sud- Starting the second half behind 7-0 { 1

TDC- I denly there were two loud reports the boys never gave up. It wasn't Carload Channel-Drain Metal
i just a little bask of our ear and until late in the third quarter that j Roofing
Entered as second class mall matter we' scored our first touchdown and
before the shot began to shower -
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In even 1 6-7-8-9-10-12 foot lengthsNO
Crewiston, Florida, under the Act of us we looked from behind the then we missed the extra point. This
March 3, 1897. tree to see a hunter picking up a game was probably the high point

turkey hen not fifty feet away. in our season. PRIORITIES NEEDED

CARR SETTLE Publisher Anyway we can say we came closeto I
"" getting our Turkey Day bird, Tonight's game with Okeechobee Pre-War Prices
Subscription Rate-?2.50 Per Year should be a Clewiston victory. The j II
If YOU called the' News office and- boys are bound to be a little overconfident j
Advertising" Rates On Application First Come First
failed to find anyone at home on I but I think the score will 1 Served
Wednesday' it can be blamed on the be something like this, Clewiston

Devoted to the advancement and welfare war 'Winter or. about as much '120, Okeechobeo 7.
of Clewiston and Hendry County. thereof as we ever get to see, bore :- Bishop-WilsonLumber Co. <
---- ,-.- -- I down Tuesday' night and we are DINNER HELD AT PILOT'S CLUBWEDNESDAY II

told that early risers saw spots of EVENINGR. W-J.. (__-'_.-_, ..__-
frost in sections of the .'gladesnot ,
some Phone 88
NATIONAL EDITORIAL. ( 'in Clewiston.) Since we ,haveno I V. Walker, Engineering Officer I Clewiston, Fla.

ISSOCIATION means of" heating the office and Riddle Field, entertained a I .
." vre had neglected too long to apply circle of friends at the Pilot's Club I
for a certificate to purchase a heater Wednesday evening.A .
Jane, our office manager, stood' turkey dinner was served to
it as long as possible. and then wentin i and Mrs.-J.. H.. Walker, Mr. and \1\11"1

CHRISTMAS OPENS SEAL CAfP...\JGX icicles search off her of a fire fingers.to thaw Thursday the I ardson J. C. Ziler, R., :Mr.L. Richardson and Mrs. A., Mr.D. and !,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ;-

morning pin-point electric heater Mis. Gilbert Glasgow, Jr., Mr.s. Gilbert -

The Christmas Seal campaign I was at hand but the cold wasn't: so Glasgow, Sr., of Dallas, Texas, J. E. BEARDSLEY
opened last Monday! When you bad and needless to say we made a : Mrs E. J. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. .J. D. .

think of giving this ,year, think of bee-line for .the ration office for a Leftwich, Jr., Miss Grace Knight and I. Real Estate : .
Christmas Seals-the: gift that works stove certificate. We came back Mr Walker. ; .
The Pilot's Club is managed by :, ....
the year-round toward better health beaming because we got the certifi-
for every American. Don't forget, cate but when we started looking James Cousins, president, and Law- .: ., ..

this Christmas, the grand old Amer- 'around for a stove there was no rence De Marco, member of the executive RUTH R. BEARDSLEY .
stove.It board. : ,
ican tradition of buying and oj', .. .
these seals. By so. doing, you will wouldn't be good publicity for ,
help the National Tuberculosis As- Florida to report that a newspaper BRIDGE CLUB IEETS :' Insurance- "
sociation fight this common enemyto force froze to death but that may be .: ...
entertainedher .
Mrs. V. C. Woodward <
the if the winter ')j.
a standstill. case fails to dealgently .' '
Seals will be mailed to yon soon, with us or if we don't suc- bridge club last Friday evening ,:..J ALICE SAVAGE .:i ':: \

but in the event that you desire to ceed in finding a stove. with a chili supper. High scorer : ,' :: :,j r '
have them early' they are being sold was Mis. R. J. Lee, second high -. ; /
Mrs. R. C. Nowling, and i-: "
scorer was
at the Clewiston News office from Hopkins Building
nine until five o'clock Monday Around Mrs. Curtis Thompson' was low r.,:. .. ':, : .
Sporting '
through Thursday, and from nine prize winner. .. ,
until twelve o'clock on Friday, everyday Others playing were: Mrs. G. E. /
Phone 66 27R2
By Bernard Myers or '
until Christmas. I Etherton, Mrs. C. L. McLendon,

; Friday night-at Arcadia the boys R. M. Hare, Jr., Mrs. E. M. Dull 1\1rs'l ':..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.o:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. .
Mrs. Foy Durrence.
really] reached their peak. Arcadia ..
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,. On The HouseBy was doped to beat us, by at least
three touchdowns. When we went '

out on the field up there I counted .
D. C. S.
37 Arcadia boys in uniform whichis
'.:' The state hunting season opened
;. more boys Monday with a bang. In fact, we
" school. Our plays really] fooled them.
should say, a series of bangs and be-
About half the time
they were
ing addicted to the fever, paiticul- :,( ...tl Y'4:
tackling the rong ball] carrier. Y.
arly when a freshly killed turkey hen
[i Some of our, boys played their best
' is thrust under our nose, we hearda
game of the year. Doug Conover's
lot of bangs Monday afternoon.
blocking, Marty Waldron's signal /
You see our linotype operator hast t-
calling, Junior Wilcox' running, 4 4-7 ;
. been watching, the calendar for about Junior Martinez blocking and Rich- ,,
t' two months awaiting this great day ard Pape's pass receiving reached M E-5 -1 S 4
( and he was up' in, the turkey country.'' their peak. If you, will notice the --S
:;; along Fishealing' Creek '.wen before boys just named are all backs and
,: daylight. As the morning wore ends. This is following the usual

r, away he began shooting squirrels butfu' sportswriting of judging the game

he wasn't so non-plussed that he by the backfield. However, our line.
f( forgot to shoot when a turkey hen from tackle to tackle, can take credit
: practically lighted on his gun bar-' for the outstanding defensive 'gameof

rel. the season. The longest gain Ar-
Having put Satan and thoughts of cadia made all evening was twelve .
the hunting season behind us in or- yards and they had a pretty good U
der to do some work which needed backfield. I : (+Lr $ ,

very much to be done we were unable Everything worked out fine this i,

to stand the pressure when he trip. We got there in plenty of
came in and told his story. As a time for a change. Our dinner was .

f consequence we were in a very ready for us and we were not rusheda F
similar spot in the Creek swamp late bit. '

that afternoon imagining that every ..

cypress knee had the appearance ofa Since the boys won't read this I II
turkey gobbler. until after the Okeechobee game I
Then came the dusk\: and being I will now proceed to praise them i
slightly weary we followed the exam-: little The spirit they showed Friday -
:: ple of the other hunters in that im- night was as good as I have ever

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at Belle RECOMMENDS Glade, Florida 87 times straight I've been lucky !

87 times I've gone out-and come when you count up and realize what

' (a service geared to our countrj'h needs) back. 3 a'high score you've,got. You feel you
deserve a rest, too.
When your score gets that high,
they usually let you quit for a while. But the war isn't over yet. And
until it is, I'll make a bargain with
' :; YOU SAVE PRECIOUS TIME v. But sometimes that isn't possible.You you: You keep on buying, and I'll

[t';: just have to keep on gOIng- keep on fighting till the last Jap drops!
, till number is
perhaps your up.
Out here, you get to understand

YOU WILL those. things. There's no question of The 6th War Loan is on. And it's '
how much you've
qUittIng-no matter every American's duty to invest in at J1

RECEIPT FOR ALL BILLS PAID done. least one extra, $100 War Bond. If :

Back home, it's the same way about you haven't bought yours yet, do it

buying War Bonds. You feel good today! .

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I National Bank at Belle Glade; in keeping with its- Buy at least one extra $100 War Bond Today !

progressive policy, has developed a "BANK BY MAIL" -

Service, enabling you to do your personal BANKING FROM

YOUR Use, this OWN HOME, and save tires, gas, time and effort. The above lad represents every boy that has gone out from Clewiston. -Support ..J
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Week P.-T. A. HOLDS REGULAR Many Hunters I I are, J. W. DuPree of DuPree Gar and Alligator Farm, St. Augustine, :,
Church Emphasis dens Tampa, first ''
MONTHLY ,MEETINGThe : ; i second vice-president and Frank' A.
F. C. Usina, St. Augustine Ostrich, ,French, Orlando Advertising Com- '
,Sponsored By Baptists (Continued from page 1) 1
l Clewiston P.-T. A. held its, I
regular monthly meeting in the Jan. '20. Hunting permitted every
',: Rev. H. C. Meador, pastor of the school auditorium last"Tuesday. Mrs.C. day. Duck stamp required. Day's .

First Baptist Church announces this E. Bailey and Mrs., C. .F. Long bag on duck is 10, geese 2, coot 25. 'Todoy's COMI-GRAPH BYPllm".l. j

week ,that the church will sponsor a gave a report of the P.-T. A. con- Duck bag limit includes not more

Church Emphasis Week ,during, the vention which they attended in Sara- than ,1 wood duck, and in addition I

.I coming week beginning Sunday sota last week.A five singly or in the. aggregate of I There is nothing "old I
with outstanding messages each evening mallards, pintails or widgeons. The ;
! safety skit, under the direction styled" about. our equip.' :
: from visiting ministers.' Services of Mrs.: 'Sharpe" Miss, Kerr and, Mrs. Florida duck commonly called the ,. ment-it is the most modern '
i :, will be at eight o'clock on ,week Bowden, .was, presented by studentsof Florida'' mallard is not a mallard and ; a. r ; we could acquire. And :\

days and the usual hours on Sun- the, second and third ,grades., The the extra bag limit does not ,apply. : it ti h our mechanics are specialists -. "

days. skit, 'entitled 'I Am Saint Danger," Hendry, Glades, Collier, Highlandsand f at using them for your ';:'.
The program follows: had as its cast Frank McCarthy, Gilchrist counties are closed'to I ;:' s i benefit. '

' '' Su diy'A.: M.-"The "Christ-Cen Janet Casper, 'Barbara Peters, John the ,taking ,of deer all season. .
tered Church Re-thinks Great ,Bible Ronnie The season on marsh, hen closed b HENDRY '
nie Brantley : Eglej.% ,Bethia ;
Doctrines" Rev. H. C. Meador. Mueller,-B-qb Tarbush! Buzzy'--' Christ- Monday ,

Sunday p, M.-"The ChristCentered ian Sally.'' Commack Ann Driggers, I '
,Church Challenges"' Its Members 'Joyce De Vane; Richard, Chandler. i ST...MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL ,; : ; _

to Witness. ," Rev. H. 'C. tea= Peggy Knowles Gene Williams CHURCH I -,

'-dor: James Harris, Shari Land, Vita Lee I MOTORS I ,

:, Monday, ,No27. -"The Christ- Turnery Carole Hargraves, Lois Services every ,&und y at 8:30a. !
''m., at Clewiston Community!i \ j
Centered Church Rediscovers The Johnson, Bobby Giddens Billy Harn, Church. CLEWISTON, FLORIDA '
Reality and Power of Prayer," Rev. Barbara Jean Mathis Wayne Car- I :j;
"; J. R. Martin; 'De ray Beach. ter, Luther Davis: '.jimer-''Powers, Rev. ,S. D. Mason Rector. U r I L, '.... I ,i

- Centered Tuesday Church, Nov.Is 28 A-Soul-Winning"The Christ- Howard Manning Small Carter Antoinette Mildred Blanton Pelham, Steps :Should Be Taken i ffA i-h!'I'mtiredof, sawing it the old style way.:' '

Church," Rev. J.. R. Heller, Canal Patsy Casper, Cleo Andrews Claud '"
Now for Post-War j
Bernie Donald -
Point. McCloud, Thompson .. '
Wednesday Nov. 29-''The Christ- Reames Linda Lee,. Ronald Hare Tourist Business ''j!

'. Centered Church Neglects Not Wor- Barbara Hart J. V. Tanner, Shirley ,- -- /

., ship and Praise," Rev. 'D. C. Han- Marshall, Villy Ferrin, Gene Bailey, ATTENTION!:;" -
'' cock. Billy Moore, Eddie Swindle, Rich- JACKSONVILLE, Nov. 22 -;' .
'', ard Knowles, Herman Davis, Wayne (FNS)-MacDonald Bryan, presidentof -i

....:.,.' Centered Thursday Church, Nov.Enlists 30-"The and Christ-Trains Galloway, Hazel Johnson, Samuel the Florida Publicity Association, We will pay your painter or roofer and ,;

Turner, Flora Weaver Alline Reese, Inc., and public relations' consultant '
Its Members" Rev. David Lynn, furnish the material to paint roof ,
: Sharon Crochet, Barbara Twiddy with National Airlines and the At- ,or.' :your ,:J
j South Bay.Friday Alfred Meador, Abby De Valcourt, lantic & Gulf Transportation Co., home for as low ,as f ',' "3I

f Dec. 1-"The Christ-Cen- John Perry Billy Nall, Bobby Rou- believes that steps should be taken -_

;. tered ,Church Selects and Challenges land, Edwin ,Hathcock, Mickey now on behalf of post-war tourist $8.77 Per. Montk
,- Men Who Are Consecrated To God," Mooney. business.Mr. I ; )

[ Dr. U., E. Reid, Lake Worth.
.. Bryan _said that such action
Saturday, Dec. 2-"The Christ- Probation and Parole would be mapped at the seventh i Ample Supplies No .Down PaymentCall ,
Centered Church is Assured of, Victory annual meeting of the associationscheduled .

," Rev. C. L. Clements, Lake Association To Meet to 'be' held in Tampa Dec., I or See

Harbor. 5. Other subjects for discussion include -! '. ;
Sunday, Dec. 3, A. M.-"The In JacksonvilleJACKSONVILLE rehabilitation" of, service 'people 'I

Christ-Centered Church Realizes the creation' of 'a state advertisingand Bi'shop-Wilson Lumber Co. 4

: Importance and ,Magnitude of the Nov. 22 publicity bureau with at least a

f' World-Wide Mission Program of (FNS-The Florida Probation and half million dollar appropriation, .

, Southern Baptists." Parole Association meets this weekin strict control o'ver' all promotion Phone 88 Clewiston Fla.
g::"_ Sunday Dec. 3, P. M.-"The Jacksonville to consider a "demo within the (state., ;-:

W",' Christ-Centered Church Crowns A cratic, workable, economical" planof Other officers of the' organization .;"'::4

: Century for Christ." juvenile legislation... ,.

'. Morning and evening sermons by There has been no change in the
'' 'Rev. Dewey 'Mann, '''Field Secretary state's juvenile laws for 30 years i !a'f

,: of the Florida Baptist State :Mission and the situation today demands ey 9 4 i' .

I j, ; Board, Jacksonville, Fla. attention as it is becoming more and y,, .
more critical.G. .
:':., CLEWISTOX COMMUNITY Bowdon Hit president of the 1

: CHURCH association, made up of some 300 R>. ;,,:.,

f David C. Hancock, Minister ,professional men and women and '
interested laymen responsible for the 9a4Z1Y.R :
is': SUNDAY NOV. 26. 1944 creation of Flo'rida's'progressive, /
non-political parole commission,
"- Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr. C. V "
said the two main features of the '!
E. Gericke, superintendent. A play y "
plan probably would be uniform ,r
j let, "Americans Together," will be' "
state-wide juvenile probation sys- i ulR.k
':!, hour presented at the Sunday' School tem and separate detention facili- iNm NI "

.' ties in each county.A .
':.' Morning 'Worship, 11:00 a. m. A survey shows that in 64 Flor-

nursery for small children is con- ida counties, boys and girls must be

';. .. ducted by the Mothers' Club at the detained in county jails with adult x

Community Center. offenders, many of them hardened

""e" "On Being Sensitive" is the theme criminals.

,.. of the minister's sermon. Only a few counties have proba-
:. Westminster Fellowship meeting tion officers' and the local county
:':', 6:00 p. m. "Wl>at Do Christians judge along with all his other duties r
j.. Believe About the Bible?" is the handles the youthful offenderas
:<" ", subject for study and discussion. ex-officio juvenile judge.
::'" A Union Thanksgiving service The state provides no accommoda- I

ti:;' will be held on Wednesday evening, tions for the detention of negro girls

?'"' November 29, at 8:00 o'clock fn the and cases are 011 record where negro ki *t

f,:: First 'Baptist Church. Everyone is girls 12 years of age have been sentto A )
I ..)" cordially invited to attend. Raiford. cW $* '
Association officials feel that an

t. FIRST IJAPTIST CHURCH intelligent and workable programcan :I

be worked out that will help
H. C. Meador Pastor
< curb juvenile delinquency and give
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wayward youth opportunity for
' Sunday School-9:45 a. m.
rehabilitation under favorable conditions \
'.' :Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. .. J
': Subject: "The Christ-Centered Jt
Hunt did not say juvenile delin- t
\ Church Re-Thinks Great ,Bible Doc- 1/F JF *2 'b : ,
: trines." quency could be erased by any .. '3
means, but he did say that out of
Training Union-6:15 m.
p. '
743 adult parole cases he had J

,.. Evening Subject: Worship'''The -Christ-Centered 7:30 p. m. handled since the beginning of the Back the ;

Church Challenges Its Members 'to war, only one was a college gradu- I up Boys BUY ANOTHER BOND
Witness." ate, a half dozen high school grad-
uates and only one former boy scout '
Everyone is invited .to attend each and not a single one an athlete. The ; IN THE 6th WAR LOAN !
service this coming week of the : .
one time boy scout was the only one .
Church Emphasis Week. The theme "
that had ever been to church or
will be "The Christ-Centered '
Church." Week day services will Sunday School he added. I It's not over, over there-not by a long shot!
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begin at 8 p. m. We will have fine \
I"I"I speakers throughout the week, and Sixth War Loan- i Uncle Sam can count on the,fighting men to keep on fighting-and he must be able to counton

you will want to hear every one of (Continued from Page 1) you to keep on backing them, by buying extra War Bonds in the Sixth War Loan "
. them. See the program printed I '"'; "
Drive, now on. it. :
' elsewhere in this paper. I hands of the original owners. I ,,, '
The annual Union Thanksgiving Florida has recently passed the ;
;4 service will be held in our church billion dollar mark in war bond sales:! ,;!
J. this :5 ear. Time will be 8 p. m. Wednesday and fourteen million dollars in stamp

evening. We extend ,a very sales, 85 percent of which have been SEE WHAT YOUR EXTRA $100 BOND WILL DO:

cordial invitation to every one in i converted into bonds Mr. Lehman

the community to attend with your said. It will help pay for the things our men must ha e-guns, planes, tanks, food. \ \\ ,
friends. Rev. D. C. Hancock of the I Mr. Pakinson is making final plans '
It will help hold down the cost of Ihing. ':
Community' Church will bring the this, week for a very thorough bond
message. Surely we will pause in selling campaign which should be "It will provide a nest egg for 'the future-tie United States Government

our busy life to give Praises and well underway next week. guarantees that you will get your money back.It .
Thanks to God for his many bless- '
will show our fighting men that you are willing to do part! -
ings to us Let us fill the house Mural For Inn- your
this year with grateful people.
"Unbelief alone can limit the YOUR COUNTRY IS STILL AT, .yAR- :
'(Continued from page 1) .
of the Lord
: power
;:.: ibis spoonbills pelicans, quail, ,redbirds ARE YOU ? :
ST. MARGARET'S CHURCH and mockers. < t
Father Geary, Pastor Animals include, bear, raccoon J'
possum, squirrels, alligator, turtles,
Mass Clewiston,- 11:00 A. M. -wildcats, foxes and a cunning fam-

I, Pahokee, 9:00 A M. ily' of skunks. First Bank 0f Clewiston
Confession, Saturday evening. at All groupings have been made
7-30-D-30. with an eye both to authenticity and

Thanksgiving Mass, Clewiston, artistic effect, Not a snake has been This is an official U. S. Treasury advertisement-prepared under auspices Treasury Department and War
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NC-1T> BOOKS IN CLEWISTON I i\ Penny by Marjorie Torrey. |left with the group the following, I 'ing. He also leaves a sister here, Clewiston Community Church. Guest "
LIBRARY Far From Marlborough Street by interesting information: Louise,, and brother,' S-Sgt. Jack speakers were the Reverend Wins- A
I Elizabeth Philbrook. DID ,YOU NOW! ? Holllngsworth? radio instructor atl' low Drummond, pastor of First Pres-
Adult Fiction Sensible Kate by Doris Gates. i .That ,an avocado, is 'equal to a Bakersfield, Cal. byterian Church, West Palm Beach,
"hlr.:: G. Strings Along by Robert Puritan Adventure by Lois Len- loaf of bread? and the Reverend Fred Kullmar
:911der. I That the first gardeners were. CADET CLUB HAS PARTY pastor of the First Presbyterian
Lebanon by Caroline Miller. ski.Here's A Penny by Carolyn Hay- those of herbs? Church, Lake Worth. David C.
The Gay Saint: by Paul Bailey. I wood. That it is not harmful to water The Cadet Club had one of its most Hancock, pastor of the Clewiston
Green Dolphin Street by Elizabeth. Howard Pyle's. Book of Pirates. the garden when the sun shines? successful parties Wednesday since Community Church, reports that the
t Goudge. I That moss in a lawn does not indicate its beginning. A splendid six-piece occasion was quite a success and that
; an acid soil, but only shade orchestra was enjoyed by the cadets there was a large attendance. -
The Red Cock Crows by Frances .
;' fcoither. Tiger's Roar I and starvation? I and hostesses, and ice cream and I
cake were served to
Some Of My Best Friends Are In-jurious
The chairman hopes much
I very
> ; ldierB by Margaret Halsey. .
By Valour and Arms by James ACTIVITIES That ants on Peonies' are harm-I that the future parties will be 'as Mr. and Mrs. George Hall entertained -
1'; tre8t.F. I SOCIAL less? well attended by the cadets and a few friends on Monday "
Bosto Adventure by Jean Staf- (Mamie Trice and Horace Bown) That oak leaves do not necessarI hostesses. evening in honor of Mr. Hall's birth-
:fojd. The election of class officers of 1 ily make acid soil? I day. Those attending were Mrs. E:
" I the tenth grade was held last Mon- That clover chaff makes excellent I J. Smith Joseph Garcia, Robert
k[ 1 Mysteries tday I in the tenth grade home room. mulch? '' : Community Church Aherne, Joseph Fiegel, Mrs. Betty
Butt**, Button" by Marion firamhaH. -''I'j ,Our president is the one and only That it takes 500 pounds ofj! Has ProgramOn Compton, ,Captain E.' L. Petrelli of
Our vice presidentis '
: Sammie I Young flowers for one ounce of true per- Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, Mrs.
s Having a Wonderful Crime .by i Hand, secretaiy-treasurer, I ,
i, I fume? Billie Crow, Captain: Murray Cash,
Craig Itico. I Charles Benbow, and news reporter That Conifers heal their own I Monday evening a Spiritual Riddle Field Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Old Mrs. Camelot. by Emery Bona -I! Pat Bailey;; I wounds with a resinous sap for an Advance Program was held at the Dagorette and Victor Fite. ,

, *. They have also been planning on {antiseptic? I ------ ,
r'j.-.' Bellairs.The Murder of A Quack by George I a Christmas party which hasn't yet That if you transplant Pansy I {.M..:..X..:.X..HKKK.H........4"H..H. ..H.<..:..HAssembly........................A.. ..............- ............................."'t. ",,{'.
agreed on. The party I I II
been fully will
plants, twice larger X
I., Net Quite Dead Enough by Rex I committee is: Earline Harn, Gilbert := .
come? i .' ,
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tr' \ Westerns Thomas, Joan Crouch and Mary Ruth That most fragrant flowers area :: .. .i=j1 of God .
s'! Prairie Guns by E. E. Halleran. Johnson. light shade or white? .. 'f!, i
Round-Up by Peter Field. That brilliant flowers 'are seldom .. ,,, ';' 1 (Co-Operative)
t ti'ti'MMidnight The room mothers are: Mrs. E. C. : ,'. ::
:. on-Fict1on. I Mills and Mrs. W. E. Bolton. scented? ::: ti :;:;: : SOUTH CLEWISTON .,
That Monstera Deliciosa bloom resembles {
Robin- .
Don .
Hews of the 45th by ; f1 I' :
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: that of a Calla.Lilly? *' ; '.4.i. .
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aa-rhe; Alexander fruit is edible and takes about seven ; ;/ :=:
Letters of 'VOOI-I Juniors are working on a :: / ..........__...
j months to ripen. j v ',4. ;l Sunday School __........._ 10:00 A. M.
and I
Kaufman .
ott by .
I play that Is to be given for sure next ;/ .
it.- The World of Washington. Irving Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. The That plants grew on this earth i i 4. --W Morning Worship ......,.........._......... 11:00 A. M. I i s.
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fcy Van Wyck Brook.Children's before man and animals? -'it-,
:::, Books reason for the and delay Thanksgiving is because holi-of I If water is put too high in bowls II I Ilof :_;: : Evangelistic Service ''''_''''''__. 8:00 P. M. :!:
football boys f i. !
white narcissus the bulbs will rot? i
( Mayflower Boy by Stanley Young. days. We will try and make it extra I The Strelitzea Regina named I 1.;. : Weekly Services, Tuesday -.__...___ 8:00 P. M. :
Little Chicken by Margaret Brown. yI.t...
it has been delayed.
good since so .
for Queen Charlotte and is an old' It.l:*\ n. u. ''I.
The title of the play is "The BAG""ELTJoung People's Service ua.c'1. j
1 plant which has only been introduced -! : _

Bride The Arrives.characters" are: Victor Huntress In the south in recent years? It .........X..........:..:-:..K..H..K..........K..HH..H_.._................................................. ......_................00" ..............". .
\ is a hot house plant and used in I
Marty Waldron; Vivian Esta- modernistic flower arrangements.It's .

Now is the time to C brook, Carolyn Bryant. (twins.) colors are ,in shades of orange\
.. Aunt Agnes-an eccentric "old I,
and blue and it is sometimes called
start a regular maid" and aunt of "Via and Viv," i i the Bird of Paradise.
Mamie Trice. I CLEW IS TONI
1 1t That English Ivy may be grownin I
Jim Estabrook,. Vivian's husband, I II I that holds
; ; c (I! Melvin Torbert., water and has a mouth :small enough I GOLF COURSE iI
Martha Carey, Dorothy Sealey;
to keep it from falling out, only a
I Ralph Carey, Lewis Blount. little charcoal is needed, no soil is
S. ried couple and friends.)
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necessary? <
f'--, t Ruth, a friend, Joan Walker. ,
r::, Walter, Victor's chum, Homer I That there are no less than twenty A ,
'. two native orchids in the state of '
i' SAVINGSACCOUNT Hand.Angelina (a neighbor's quaint Florida? Some less of them are il I LET ? : ,
very beautiful, others are strange ii"
I and precious child), Wanda Shelter. and interesting. ', ., '
: "Donna," the bride, Victor's dog. Co
Hostesses for the afternoon were,I
Mrs. Lanier, Mrs. W. L. Lott \
(. .. The Senior Class has had a discussion : I Bob Ruet has taken over the
t.,' I on making money for the annual Mrs. C. J. Nielson and :Mrs. W. ,C. II i;_ .. .. ., i:..:; .
.- I which will consist only of the Owen. Refreshments of tea and: club house. You may be sure '
cookies served the completion
4'Ir upon
activities of the Senior Class; "

:; I I of the program.. I that either Bob or Mrs. Ruet will

r r': Regular Deposits COMMUNITY: CENTER Belle Glade Man _, /c: be on the job and give you.a hearty

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. Killed In Action ;
Grow Fast The Clewiston Garden Club held .. welcome.
its November meeting Thursday aft- r
J I ernoon at the Community Center. BELLE GLADE-Missing in ac

\ r The president, Mrs. R. M. Bishop, tion since Aug. 12, 1943 Frank H.I The course is in good condition. S
I presided. Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, flower Hollingswoith, 22-year-old radio :
chairman, was in charge of the pro- operator of "a B-17, now is listed as
I gram. The guest speakers for the having been killed in action, according \ s
afternoon were four members of the to notification to his par I
I' Sebring Garden Club. The speakers I ents, Mr. and :Mrs. F. E. Hollings- ".' '"
were introduced by Mrs. F. M. : worth. Belle Glade.
Clewiston Federal McGee. Mrs. A. L. Butler had as I The parents have received a cardof ,.,",'_:.-,
her topic "Fruited Shrubs" and gavea sympathy with Gen. Marshall's

and LoanAssociation most ,interesting description of flag. a memorial from the President
Savings their uses for landscaping. The next a citation from Gen. Arnold, with a

' speaker, Mrs. Coley Lewis, spoke on letter enclosing the Purple: Heart Clewiston fiolf Course
"Ornamental Shrubs"' and their and Air Medal.
place in landscaping. The program I He entered the service in June,

I was terminated by a very interesting 1942, and had worked both hereandin

: talk given by Mrs. W. R. Ryan, who West. Palm Beach( before enlist 1 lI lIsy .

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L I Clewiston Wins- FOR SALE Silver 1 1 I N!:.:N.N:N:NINIMININININIM. . .NON. .N:NINININININ. . .N:N:-:....

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PERSONALSOCIE'TY passes for 74 yards while Arcadia model 22 feet tires
l new +.;. AND NITE SERVICE $
completed one out of five for seven !
yards. '$1000. T. W. Boocks, _: PHONE 18 I,

< I. Ie;The Conover Clewiston, re; line-up Torbert,was It;: Conk-Pape, \Clewiston Trailer Camp.I.V.....'........0...............0....'.................................................................45.....* I

ling, rt Brown, Ig ,
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Bolton, c; McLeod, qb;' l\1artinez\ II I
Homer Clyde Conley has returned,. Miss Bobby Spicer and Miss Wilcox, ih and Waldron, \, I
Graham spent a few days
business trip to Bay Pines. i Florence G. M. FORD
j:. from a visit- ------ --I !
[in Pahokee over the

' = Mr. and :Mrs. N. V. S. Mumfordwere ing Miss Graham's sister, Mrs. W.M. Teacher desires to rent :FOR I ,SALE To close Civil Engineer and Surveyor I

week-end visitors in West Johnston. furnished i Specializing In Everglades
Palm Beach. .: i I i -- apartment, I an estate, for $5250.00 Surveys

II.1 Mrs. C. E. Nall arrived home Saturday house, or room. Call:cash I offer the six ((6)) I hone CG Clewlston, Fla. I
r' Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crochet and after a visit with her parents, i i
l Sharon were week-end visitors<< in Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Munroe, in Miss Barker at school. unit Sagamore Court rentals -

:Miami. Madison. Mr. Muuroe is recoveringfrom I

I an extended illness. 1 pi Clewiston. Flor- --
Mrs. Faye Strickland was the I
week-end guest of her parents in : Mr. and Mis. H. R. Biinton, Ji'., WANTED- Tricycle ida. Present i ncome, Johnson's Fish Camp I

;;, Pahokee. I I have as their guest Mrs. H. R. for 3 old. Ph. 2681. 1 I over $1 J OO,00 per month: 1 (Near Hurricane Gate) t
; '. Brinton, Sr., of. Lakeland. Mrs. yr. Clevriston, Fla.
Mrs. C. M. Gidden' and Mrs. Charles Brinton is planning to spend the Sat. P. M. and C. F. Benford, Adm., I Boats and Motors-Guide Service
visitors in. except
Miller were business I
winter in Clewiston. 'I I Rates Reasonable .
West Palm Beach on Monday.G. : 2t. ". "
I I --- Sundays, or write P. O. t \\ II. Johnson, Mgr
Pvt. Gordon Hand arrived home
Ford returned to his home I -------- --.----
M. Box 177 J LaBelle.
last Sunday. ,Pvt. Hand is the re- ,
after serious illness of ---------
last Friday a -- -- --
cipient of a medical discharge after ---
10' das in the Clewiston hospital.
j having been injured in amine ex-
FOR SALE Pre-war
i plosion.
: C. J. Sullivan, of Tampa, spent _

,r several days last week visiting his girl's bicycle, good tires. ..,...
business trip to Miami
i 11rs.Vilbur Montgomery.: While on a .
sister last eek-cud, Mr. and Mrs C. A. I I. R. McGehee, 408 Ven- '

Mrs Ben Butler and 'Mrs. N. V. S. Driggers and Mr. and Mrs.: T. L'I

;: Mumford were business visitors in I Driggers attended the 17th anniverS-1 tura Avenue or Box No. -.,

;: West Palm Beach Friday. I ary of the Dade County" 6491. t Up. '. ;
: Convention. 1 ,,
[} Mrs., W P. Conley and' daughter, I ---:::- :
Miss Ruth .Conley, were the week- i i Mr. and Mrs. ''Warren G. .Reed ofMiami
LOST Hammered silver -
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. L., C. : were visitors in Clewiston .

Nipper of Lake Harbor. I this week. 'Mr. Reed, formerly of I II Indian bracelet tur- '
[ Riddle Field, is now with the East- _".;if

Mrs. Glen E. Etherton and daughter -: ern Air. Lines and is at present stat- quoise stone. $1.00 re- ..:"'

Glenda Sue, left Thursday to ioned in Miami. -.--, ..
spend two weeks with' her mother in ward. If found returnto \1

Tampa.. Mr. and :Mrs. James F. Rowlandand News office. 1 .' ;
: daughter, Evelyn, of Deerfield, Itp. 1 1170 1 1yy
Mr. and Mis. W. M. Redelsheimerand 1! arrived Thursday for a visit with her O N PURCHASES r

..; daughter: ; Patricia of Miami, ( parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bailey, ; .: TorAUrrc no i

: were, week-end guests of Mr. and i j and family LOST-Black and'whiterat I
: Mrs. Otto Y i I :.
), Larsen.- I -- y Y [
t. | Mrs. Cathryn Monjar, formerly of terrier male, six
:;. Mr.: and Mrs. Gilbert Glasgow, Jr.,
GreenvlllePenn., has 'accepted employment -
'::, 'have as their _guests Mrs. Gilbert ,I with the Clewiston. Beauty months old. Agnes Pitt- Fort M L Fila. It

Glasgow, Sr: Mrs Glasgow will re- | Shop. Mrs. Monjar is the wife ofI P. O. 1
::', turn to her home, Dallas, Texas, the! man, J 1262., r I
(: I Corporal Claude Mojar; at presentI 1000 First Street .
> first part of the week. I I stationed at the Prisoner of War I to. -

j4i;. ------ ; Detachment at.Liberty' Point. < -- ,.,... )_.t
--- -
f: Mr. Mrs. H. A. Bestor enter- :
and ,
!::H I :I tained Mr. and Mrs. W. ,,M. Redel- .ANTHONY'S I .:]

Emil'' sheimer of Miami, Mr. andMrs..

Otto Larsen, Mrs..C. L. Downs, John '. .'" J

1;! i Tiedtke, Mr. and Mis.: Judson .L ,,
Francis, at dinner Tuesday night. \'. (1.-:
DAILY ATIXEE-3:4.i P. M. Later in the evening the group was ,': :,<. :_:) \,: :.;:.." .

NIGHT-7 & 9 P. M. joined by Mrs. William C. Owen for .'.,;..1..;.,.. f.. ;''': ''' "'',''.-; !

SAT. & SUN. CONTINUOUS bridge. '::,: ; .. ;.: J .."
3 5 7 9 P. M. ., ., .;/ 100 NECKTIES ', ,,.,
Mrs. Ruth B. Owens will have as < ,
her dinner guests tonight Mr. and ;
Mrs. J. O. Pearce, Sr., Mr. and Mrs.J. ;; ? ;;l; .

i & MON., NOV. 26 & 27 O. Pearce, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. ForestE .,.i, .0'.. '. ... ..l,..).. TO '"
; Pearce, Mr. L. F. Scharfschwerdtof < '
"Salute To Marines"In ; I I
Okeechobee, and Air and Mrs. r 'p- <_
i Technicolor Charles B. Owens. After dinner the JI

I with party will attend the Clewiston- .,-i\; ;. \ '.;'<: ONE CUSTOMER
! Wallace Beery r Fay Bainter Okeechobee football game to be play- ,':$1: :j .;; : ,
; ALSO CARTOON ed at the Clewiston field. I .. \ ": ._ '.. f
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J '
I 'TUES. & WED., NOV. 28 & 2!) Union Thanksgiving '. ;i ;/ ; ", "

Services Thursday ,'

t f" 1 1 r R t : ;. We just mailed one hundred individually packed. \_ :
.i e t, I The annual union Thanksgiving ,, ( for of valued He had \
I 1 service ot; the Clewiston churches .:rineckties:; one our customers. I

, will be held this at the Baptist .
year i'.
: list of with and little
: given us a names, ages some r
.f- I Church and will be at 8'00 on Wed- f ,
nesday evening with Rev. David C. ,-'; memo about each such as "Conservative," "Swell :

Hancock, pastor of the Community .
ALSO CARTOON I Church, bringing the Thanksgiving. '. .. Dresser," "FJashy y Dresser," etc., so the ties we selected 'I !

message. : would suit the for whom they in- !
.- aTHUHS. I II Rev. Hancock's subject for the .- ., man were .:

& FKL, NOV. 30, DEC. 1 I evening is "The Christ-Centered 'tended. ,
Church Neglects Not Worship and
', '
Praise." An excellent program has .

Gut4J. been arranged and everyone in the ;.".:.<. ', ,, I -.:-.qi: }>";, ''' : '. .... I 1
is cordially invited "
,) community to : order did make dent in immense '
: This -
attend. : >.:;, :.. even a our i -
'. I i t4 ; '
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Thanksgiving Dance To : \ / 1
t RI Be Held Saturdayi a aYWe're

.:. always mighty pleased to render service of." ".
LATEST NEWS I i A Thanksgiving dance, sponsored

-- .......--_ ;1; by the Catholic Ladies Club, will be \ -this kind to our customers. If you're too busy to j

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2 held at the Sugarland Recreation "
Hall, Saturday evening from nine -
I do complete Christmas list
"It HappenedTomorrow" until one o'clock. THANKSGIVINGThis your ,
I[ Admission for service couples will yourself', don't be bashful 1 about I
t i I be $1.10 while regular admission is the time of year when "
with :| will be $1.65. There will be a door folks up north have gathered: calling on us. we re at your service -

Linda Darnell Dick Powell "j prize for holder of the lucky numbered their harvest and are ready to by mail or phone.
I. ticket. give thanks. That is ,
"HAUNTED lIAnnOlt"Chaptcl' i Thanksgiving is all about. .
Beach County we give .
No. 6 Make Anthony's headquarters
BIRTHS your ,' ;
i thanltIn at the beginning of a new
season. We give thanks because when in town.
I Following i is a list i of new arrival'at the hot summer has gone. We .
MID-NITE SHOW the Clewiston Hospital: give thanks because the new fall "
i} November 13: Boy, Dale Brow crops are coming into their own.
k. 11SO: P. ,)[. aid Stanford, 8 pounds 6 ounces, to Did you ever stop to think
:Mr and Mrs. James B. Stanford. that 'we are really ahead of the .
"They Made Me National program on Thanksgiving. -
November 14: Girl, Diane, 7
f pounds 7 ounces, io Mr. and Mrs. We think: it is, wonderful -
Criminal"with : to have it thus. With early fall
John Leyon Sullivan.
JOHN GARFIELD: I November 14: Girl, Gloria Anne,, crops we are setting America the. pace for
the farmers of .
Adults and;: Children _.:_.... ._- 40c 7 pounds 3 ounces, to D. H. Motes. The good job the Palm Beach I
United States Army, and Mrs. Motes County tanners are doing makes

Service: Men ............-........?._ 30c I- November 20: Boy Monte Parker Thanksgiving: a real day to us. !
312! Clematis Street West Palm BeachIt
7 pounds 6 ounces, to Air. and, I
! '_ : ...r :-.ijJ tNr t j I Mrs. ,C. L. McLendon. t

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like gold and dia- ....

.scarcity.-Samuel, owes its Johnson.value to its DOR Robot Gives World Taste z They sty tK.t the.these.tit 4- I..

Next to excellence is the ap- W EA ON r3 mean end
preciation of it.Thackeray.If .1Washington : of the; world

you can trust yourself when all Of the War of TomorrowDestructive But I shorn let mydimmisK

men doubt :you covrz.c e. -
But make allowance for their doubt. D. C. f a,. At least
ing too; WAR IN SOUTH AMERICA we ctu\ brM

Yours is the earth and everythingthat's Most Americans have been so Power of New Weapon May Be when we retch 1h: .

in it. engrossed in the World War that if next world ()

-KIPLING.The you told them war was brewing Turned Against Both Armies and Th't..tJe all

whole purpose of democ- right here in the Western Hemi- were
racy is that we may hold sphere, they never would believe it. Civilians in Future Conflicts.By he.rtt.: tlrvi.finbK 00

counsel with one another, so as '"
Yet buzzing backstage in the
not to depend upon the under- Washington diplomatic corps has I iCAN't

standing of one man, but to depend been a growing worrying reverberation BAUKHAGE 0 0 r
the counsel of all.-
upon Wilson. over the ultimate danger of News Analyst and Commentator.WNU 2
Woodrow war between Argentina and Chile

-not this year, perhaps not next Service, Union Trust Building, involved as well as the loss of 450 WNU Features.

year but before very long. Washington, D. C. British and American aircraft in-

$=.rse Additional attention was focusedon By the time this reaches print the cluding many heavy and medium

tii air tuiyw the unhappy situation with Ar- true story of the robot and the bombers involving approximately

gentina's bid for a conference of whole story, including the last chapter 2,900 pilots and aircrews. CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

sWHY Pan-American foreign ministerson may be revealed. Perhaps it That is past history. The future -

< an obvious move to put the will be withheld until Germany is as I say, is shrouded in: ; mys-

U. S. A. on the spot and force recog- on her knees and the heavy cen- tery. As for the present, the meth-

nition of the Fascist Farrell mili- sorship which has descended over od of carrying the robots on the HELP ;.

....,s>.=.;; tarist government in Argentina. the last desperate blows of the cor- backs of live-piloted planes makes it WANTED

r;Z The whole tangled diplomatic con- nered animal can be lifted.. possible for the enemy to approach [

which is their targets from any .direction. So Persons now engaged in essential
troversy between Argentina the The part of the story now industry will
QUINTUPLETSuse United States and other neighborsis being revealed is that of a menace the attempt is made to stop the of availability not apply from without their statement local-

so involved that it takes an expert which dropped to a low in Augustof thing at its source and so-called "in- United States Employment Service.

this great rub for understand. it. But out of the this year when only 4 out of truder" planes try to .linger over

mess emerges these basic and 101 bombs aimed at London reached the German airdromes where it is SERVICES OF 1st Class WATCHMAKERS
known the pick-a-backs take off and and Jewelers interested In postwar
SORE THROATCOUGHSCOLDS alarming facts: their destination, began to rise nent connection with pleasant surround-
1 Argentina is rushing again after that until at this writ- destroy them as they rise. Some are ings good salary. CUNNINGHAM JEW-
destroyed there. For the rest it is ELRY CO.. 40 NE 1st Ave., Miami Fla.
V-is the Brit-
armament. Iledy Lamarr's for- ing, are falling on

/ mer husband, Fritz Mandel, the ish capital and vicinity three timesa an and endless the Heligoland patrol of Bight the North searchingthe sea MACHINERY

Austrian munitions about week. c
Wonderful for Grown-Ups Too What is the V-Is whole heavens for the planes FOR SALE-Shur-Rane
whom "Idiot's Delight" was more, only are pumping outfit,
Ever since they themselves or, trying to spot the robots 1200 ft. pipe, built new In 1944 by Couch
were tiny tots-when written, is busy building air- being mentioned. Although the V-2. a Mfg. Co.. mounted on Chev. truck. Hester
ever the Quintuplets catch cold-their rocket much than the V-l after they are launched and Bros. Groves, Winter
planes for Argentina night and larger Garden.Fla. Ph.222.
chests,throats and backs are immediately dive-bomb them down or pick them
described for while and
rubbed with Musterole. day. was a a
off with ack-ack, or hope they will HEARING
Musterole gives such blessed prompt 2 Argentina could bomb more mysterious V-3 was men-
relief because it's more than just entangle themselves with the wires
ordinary "salve." It's what so many an Santiago, capital of Chile, from tioned some time ago, today no wordis from the balloons.
Doctors and Nurses call a modern counter- Mendoza, just across the Andes, spoken of either. What is 'men ? NEW
irritant. It not only relieves coughs sore in 40 minutes. It would take five tioned is that war damages are be- The robot has not yet said its : DISCOVERY
throat aching chest muscles due to colds, in London 132- last word. Vaco Ear Oil, a prescription to treat head
hours for Chile ing repaired by some
bomb Buenos
makes breathing easier-but it actually noises, clogged-up feeling, ringing hissing
helps break up congestion in upper bron- Aires, capital of Argentina. 000 laborers. This total is 40 per dizziness, roaring in the head. Dry scalY

chial tract nose and throat. 3 The people of Chile todayare cent of Britain's total building per- Hits Inconsistent ness.Itch ears It Is sometimes wonderful a to forerunner hear clearly of after deaf-
And Musterole is so much easier to worried sick sonnel. Only 40,000 men were em- obstruction Is removed. Relieves severe
than over Argen- Diplomacy of U. S.
apply a mustard plaster. White earache. Send $2 today for 20 applications
Stainless. Just tina. The Socialist ployed for this work in 1941 dur- delivered.
rub it on!! "No fuss. No Communist Before sort of
muss with Must rolt!" and Conservative parties, usually ing the battle of Britain. we can 'get any VACO EAR OIL CO.
international 210OddFellow5Bldc.Dept.l5RaleIshN.C.
organization working,
IN 3 STRENGTHS Children's 1
: Mild .
Musterole, Regular, and Extra Strong.POMHONTASIOVELY vigorously divergent, are The attacks now going on, like all we, the United States of America, hOld
now united on this. They fear of those since the Allies took over must have the confidence of the Gold, Silver, Etc.OLD .

that the Argentine Fascists, the invasion coasts and captured: the other nations of the world. GOLD SILVER, Antique

looking for means of keeping launching sites, are made by robots Highest prices paid for watches,Jewelry.optical
themselves in We, "US, have a pretty good frames, dental gold,.filled
power, as Hitler launched from the backs of planes or plated jewelry.
reputation "reservoir of appraisal not satisfactory
a goodwill shipment
did with the German people, piloted by live pilots. It general-- will be returned. GEO. S. WALTON. 3521
Wendell Willkie called it.
will as White Chapel Road Norfolk 5, Va.
make a Czechoslovakia out ly admitted that they'will keep righton
of But we have also a few blots on
Chile. coming as long as Germany is in
our escutcheon. And it might be well PRINTING
Brazilians Admire Argentina. the war. The robot war isn't over. for all of us to read a book which, although -

I Other Latin Americans are di- Londoners are still moving nightlyin I cannot agree with all its MIMEOGRAPHING and Mnltlcraphln,.
the shadow of death. 14 years of fine work and fair prices. Free
vided. Paraguay, Bolivia Peru sym- conclusions, fascinates me. samples and prices. E. ALLSM1TH.: luoo

r pathize with Argentina. ,Officially The, British Information service It is called "Our Jungle Diplomacy W. Nedro Avenue. Philadelphia 41. Pa-

Brazil does not. But actually the has released a film which tells the ," and was written by a for-

Brazilian army, plus many of the story of what happened when the mer member of the American for-

Brazilian people are rooting sym- V-is were coming over from the eign service William Franklin

pathetically for the one country launching platforms. It is a terrible
Sands, in collaboration with JosephM.
south of the Rio Grande which has human document. As one woman Lalley. It made me think. GROVE'SCOLD

successfully thumbed its. nose at the correspondent who has just come
Mr. Sands' thesis is that i
Colossus of the North and got away back from the front remarked: our diplo-
with it.Nothing. "That is worse than anything in macy has been operating "in a
jungle of our own creation" and he
succeeds like success, France. cites in detail certain specific examples -
especially in the Latin American Broke Full Force
to show where he believesour
mind. The state TABLE Ss
Of AttacksA diplomacy has led. His findingsare
halfway measures with Argen- startling: Japan's annexation of l'.
tina snubbed her man who knows robots pretty
; diplomatically, s
Korea he follows the pattern
but made her prosperous economically well from first-hand contact told me
laid down by the United States-in
"If the flying bombs (V-Is) had been "
by continuing to buy'meat..
regard to Hawaii. Pearl Harbor he
The Argentines didn't care much il launched as the Germans planned to
P boldly traces back to Panama!
they were snubbed as long as they launch them, in the quantities in
were prosperous. which they were then able to pro- Mr. Sands has some rather jolt-

4' Result is that many "good neigh- duce them, and from the launching ing ideas on power politics. He says ,

bors," though not liking Argentine platforms already installed, they that although the United States has >h ;

INDIAN Fascism, enjoy seeing U. S. diplomacy would have been sent against London no consistent foreign policy, we Jff

PRINCESS SAVE CAPTAIN JOHN come to grief. -. at the rate of a thousand a have nevertheless, indulged in power _
politics. But, he hastens to add,
SMITH BY night: every night.
FLINGING HERSELF NOTE Meanwhile the United
power politics is not per se, un- BE PREPAREDto
I i That of would have meant
States is less equipped to handle
relieve colds'achy muscles throat
wise or immoral. (It depends on the ,sore
WAS ABOUT TO BEHEAD in the annihilation of any city. with St. .
HIM. things our own hemisphere than Joseph Aspirin world's largest
ever before in two decades. Secre- I I, Briefly, the developments which power.) seller at 10f.. No aspirin can do more for
: these But whatever has been the long Big 100 tablet size for
tary Hull is sick. His best Latin I broke the German plan were : you. only 351-
In. April of 1943 British secret range effect of our diplomatic con ..
FAMOUS AS A American experts were friends of duct in South America Sands be-
agents sent in reports of
SYMBOL OF PURITY Sumner gate after Welles Welles and resigned.were given the German plans for some type of long- lieves that "the chief fruit of our MARRIED 10 YEARS?

AND SWEET WHOLE- jungle diplomacy is the disastrous
range Happy peppy and as full of vim and
': SOME GOODNESS, Intelligence service fliscovered a war in which we are now engaged. vigor as the day you were married? ft.
\ THE NU-MAID + CONCERNING THE WAR'S END new weapon being developed on the' I would not go so far as to say has making a home, raising a family

GIRL PERSONIFIESTHE A lot of people have tried their Baltic coast; the RAF made photo- that a less jungular diplomacy on and hard work made you feel like an old
man or old woman? you're always
ONLY I hand at predicting the war's end, graphs. our part alone could, under existing tired out, feel lossy and run-down-y

MARGARINECERTIFIED including this columnist. Some were Many pictures were taken and world conditions, have preserved the system may be functioning under a vita
officials in the face of a confirmed min-mineral deficiency. Try the Vita-
BY ITS high-up some private prog- finally large factory was discoveredat peace
Berles 10 day trcatment.-A special
;,. MAKER TO 'BETABLEGRADE 1 nosticators. Some were pretty good, Peenemuende an island in the aggressor but I must admit that combination of essential minerals and "
some pretty bad. Baltic, with a miniature airplane- our statesmanship has not acted as 2,000 units of Vitamin B-l. No reason

Rep. Earl Wilson, Indiana Repub- shaped thing on the ramp. Scien- much of a pacifier so far. why married folks shouldn't be as pep-
and romantic as the day they were
lican, in June, 1943, got an aver- tists deduced that the weapon wasa Sands quotes the famous sayingof married. Vita-Berles only $1.00 at your

.\ NU-MAID has the mild, delicate flavor age compilation from 140 congressmen pilotless jet-propelled plane. the great military authority, von drug store.VITABERLES.

... that's a favorite on ja'Mloni of lables. that the war would be over in Peenemuende and other manufac- Clausewitz, to the effect that "waris SALES COMPANY

Good cooks prefer it alto for seasoning October, 1944. turing sites' were destroyed.By the continuation of a nation's polio 12630 Superior Ave. Cleveland, trio

t00 frying, and Adm. William F. Halsey, who pre- winter, 100' ramps were discovered cy by forcible means" and then he

i. 1 other cooking dicted "complete, absolute defeat similar to the one at Peene- says that since we had no policy to WNU-7 46-44

Q ,,, Yret. for the Axis in 1943," was asked I muende all along the French coast. extend the war in the Pacific is ar

again, on December 13, 1943, and I They were bombed, repaired re- extension of Japanese policy. Sands

"wasn't so sure when the war wouldbe 'bombed. By the following: summer says (and makes a very convincing

over." : new ones had been completed. argument) that that point was clear

1 J mpn'ey .cari Buy Gen. "Hap" Arnold, chief of the I Secret service pieced together a when the Japs took Korea 40 years

air forces on February 14 1943 description of the bomb. Defenses \\
pre- ago.And Help Them Cleanse the Blood '
( balloons etc.) then he comes-to this striking
dicted "the German war will be barrage were pre- of Harmful Body Waste
... pared. conclusion:.
over by February 14, 1944. Your kidneys are constantly filtering
The first robot attack began at the "Two courses were open to us waste matter from the blood stream.But
Jim Farley, on January 20, 1943, challenge kidneys sometimes lag in their work-do
time of of have prepared to
our invasion Normandy.In we might
? "The war will be over this year." not act as Nature intended-fail to remove -
:,( 2IJIuJSu/PA Gen. Levin the first month only 40 per cent the rising power of Japan impurities that if retained, may

.:". roi MIIOI HIES 111 run ir 1943-"The war Campbell will be ,over January in about 15, of the bombs were brought down by .," or we might have adopteda body poison machinery.Symptoms the system. and upset the whole

: : RHEUMATISM1H two defense. policy "of gradual retreat in the may be nagging backache,
.t years. persistent headache,attacks of dizziness:
The defenses were changed the Pacific and of genuine conciliationin
NEURITIS-LUMBAGO Herbert Hoover, November 6, 1943 ; getting up nights, swelling puffiness
defense belt was moved to the coastso the Americas, which might under the eyes-a feeling of nervous
"Certainly we are now in the last anxiety and loss of pep and strength. j
MCNEIL stages of the war." the gunners could get an un- have enabled us to avoid the clashof Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder
J' of the in the Far East. sometimes burning, or
interrupted view oncoming ro- power politics are scanty \ .
Raymond Moley, November 8, too frequent urination. .' -\'
1943, predicted end of the war "ear bots. By July, 74 per cent of the might have made our intention There should be no doubt that prompt 'ti'
robots were being brought down. plain and might have made out treatment is wiser than neglect. VIle :;
1 lier than envisioned by the adminis- Doan'i Pills. Doa,,'. have been winningnew
'- tration." The RAF with speedier fighters moral position less equivocal ir friends for more than forty years.
BRINGS; BLESSED RELIEF They have a nation-wide repnUtfea.
helped to get many. Latin and Asiatic eyes.
O'Mahoney Are
Wyoming by grateful pcoplethe
I Urge Bottleli ns -122-] Small Size 60c Democrat The situation improved until Au- Read "Our Jungle Diplomacy" at country over. Ask your neishborlI"
2 1944
January "The
to inflated nationa
gust. astringent
IH 111 C9B1 itit sum lilt Hill it miit il'irlci most conservative Swedish observers an
endure bevond next June." only suggests the tremendous work a refreshing mental menthol.

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I111I 11 i 1Thanksgiving

Fl .t, Parrot Out to Sell Self Ancients SmokedThe

As Dearly as Possible habit of enjoying the UncIepicu1 ,

smoke from slowly burning vege- _
t e} .S Here's a story that Franklin table matter by no means has its
Delano 'Roosevelt loves to tell to origin in the fact that Sir Walter : !

;, :: Q I his friends: Raleigh found the American In- ,
A sailor went into an auction dians burning tobacco. The habitis THERE is no magnifying glass ''I
of much older !
room, where among many other origin. powerful enough to enable a I
things sold. The ancient Greek, Herodotus man to his a;
a parrot was being see own faults.
(484-425 B.C.) recounted the following 'I
The sailor the with
opened bidding
:} Middle i'I
S about age is the time of life when
$10, but was quickly raised to $15. the savage Scythes, would rather
.............. ,, ,, who dwelt the shores you not have a good time ,I
on the
f! r !.Gn4 :51'i.ii.r.r :':ila':: : Yrti4rfr tivi:{: r vti. {Nti'ti}}:+ti r He then bid $20, and was raised than recover from it. '
again, now to $25. The bidding Black sea: "From this hemp the It is wrong to say that wives do ,
Scythes take the seeds
t : continued spiritedly till the sailor creep not listen to their husbands.
into their tents of felt and throw They
got the bird for $40."That's do-when they talk in their sleep.If .
them (the seeds) on fire-heated
IlL a lot to pay for a bird," stones. When the seeds are thus you learn something from a .
the sailor told the
it )}v ki C}v \ r s "auctioneer. heated such a vapor arises as may mistake, you haven't made a mis-
"Can the parrot talk? only be equalled by a Hellenic take.

r : "Can he talk?" the auctioneer steam-bath, and the Scythes mur- Always hold your head up, but
/ & 4 replied. "Who do you think was mur and cry out in pleasure at be sure to keep your nose on a
$ bidding against you?" the aromatic smoke." friendly level.



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I'/1/ ; Favorite Turkey With Cranberries!-I
> (See Recipes Below) Vtrt$10ttt ff74"FACTORY

Turkey Talk V
Dinner. fS S m__
Thanksgiving ,
RI f This time every year we set aside -
' a day of thanks-thanks for the Apple Juice CO NT ROLL EDRECAPPING
bounty of the Roast Turkey With Oyster G

year, our good Stuffing
fortune, our har- Giblet Gravy I
est. We may Spiced Cranberries
have worried Sweet Potato Casserole

about ration Hot Rolls Grade A Quality Camelback Used 1, ,
o points, about bal- Green Beans with ..i
ancing the budg- Brown Butter Sauce

:h +I et, but hasn't.been a good year in Orange-Onion Salad with 6&a&a a '
. spite of it all? Yes, so good! French Dressing
\ "; Our day of thanks is appropriately Celery Curls Pickle Fans Why You Get a Better Job With \ / ,

' celebrated with as good a feastas Olives Firestone Factor 'Control Methods %' '
can be set upon the table. The Pumpkin Pie
turkey is frequently the queenly bird Beverage'Recipes ((1)) THOROUGH INSPECTION s
that sets the tone for the whole din- Given Before any work is done, your tire
ner, so let it be proud and beautiful. is thoroughly inspected. Any weak

spots or nail holes are marked for \: ( '
To Roast Turkey. Egg: Add 4 well beaten eggs.
j Rub inside cavity with salt, l/ teaspoon Oysters: Add 1 pint or more of _._- .-
or less to each pound of bird. drained ..oysters, chopped or left ((2)) EXPERT REPAIRING
Place enough dressing in the neck whole ir small. OTHER SIZES
A When needed trained $
repairs are a j
to fill the cavity nicely. Fasten skinto Add raw or pre- ,
the back.. Stuff cavity well but heated hi:2 table- specialist using latest'approved PROPORTIONATELYmethods
do not pack too tightly. Truss, then ''spoons of the but-. .builds up weakened or, li/y/ T'4// LOW .
grease skin with unsalted fat which ter. broken areas. ( --
has been melted. in Sausage Add
Lay pan on a : a'1'
((3)) BUFFINGThe
rack side back %-l
preferably on one pound sau-
up. Or, place in V-shaped rack sage meat or tiny worn tread is precision-buffed
breast down, and keep in this posi- sausages cooked for perfect balance.Only a minimum
tion throughout the roasting period. until brown and r of rubber is removed to provide ?
Cover with fat moistened cloth, thoroughly done. 1l. EO proper surface.
then roast at ,constant temperatureuntil Break meat into __
tender, turning bird to the opposite small chunks before cooking. Omitor ((4)) ACCURATE TREADING 4ldlY

side, still back up. Turn bird reduce butter. New tread rubber of highest quality G '
.J breast up when about half done. Do You can add more holiday spiritto is carefully applied to the buffed \ ,
not sear, cover or add water to the your meal if you bring gloriousred tread base. Care and precision insurea i
.- pan. Sprinkle melted fat on cloth as cranberries, spiced with lemon well balanced tire. '
it dried out. and cloves to your'turkey dinner as t ? ; C

Cut'trussing' string between drum- a relish: ((5)) SCIENTIFIC CURING Ir' ,
sticks after about an hour of roast-
Careful scientific control of time
Spiced Cranberries. ,
ing. This the drumsticks I
slightly for better cooking of the (Makes 1 quart) and temperatures assures proper j! I f

thigh, improves the appearance of 2% cups sugar toughness and maximum wearing -a__ I
the bird on the platter and facili- / cup water quality of the'recap. 4 art j
tates carving. 2 2-inch sticks cinnamon
Testing for Doneness. 1 teaspoon whole cloves ((6)) FINAL INSPECTION

Move the leg by grasping end 2 tablespoons lemon juice Complete final examination carefully
'_ bone.' If the drumstick thigh joints Grated rind of 1 lemon inspects inside and outside of '
break or move 4 cups fresh cranberries tire.Note sharp,clear tread, o'r r .
easily, the turkey Combine for thousands of ''
.it sugar, water, spices, ready
is done. If a ther- i lemon juice and rind and boil together additional miles. '
mometer is used, I 5 minutes. Add cranberriesand
!>' W it should register'an cook slowly, without ,stirring
i' internal tem- until all the skins pop open. Chillto
perature of 190 serve.

F. when placed In the matter of pumpkin pie',
inside in center of L
either pumpkin or cooked squash y
inside thigh mus- ( may be used. Be sure that it is
:I' cle. If nlaeed] in See Us for the
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' the c nt stuffing, it should most people object to a too promi
i'If.E # register 180 degrees F. nent flavor of spices that jumpsout Truck and Tractor Tfre; '
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I'I' 10-14 lbs. 325 deg. F. 3-4 hrs. 1 teaspoon cinnamon
, 14-181bs. 300 deg. F. 4-5 hrs. Yi teaspoon ginger / and Workmanship
Speaking of Stuffing 2 whole eggs or 4 yolks, beaten
There are several different typesof 1% cups sieved pumpkin
stuffing which may be used for V/z cups scalded cream or milk
i the bird. There is the basic bread
Mix sugar, salt and spices thor
'" stuffing which may be varied in at oughly. Add eggs. Blend and then
;1 least five different ..
beat in pumpkin pulp. Add scalded Cis.
'I Bread Stuffing J' '' ,
cream. Have previously t'
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1* loaf bread
pounds stale
to in
dry a refrigerator foi

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Mteaspoon each, marjoram, preheated oven, 400 degreesF.

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\\ minced
cup onion
mixture. Bake 10-12 minutes. Place
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crust removed, if desired. Drop intoa oven. Bake until custard is set. Coo

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<<..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-.).:..:..:..:.:..:..:-:..:.. for Royal's: at* Belle* .Glade. or going.say, 'Who Now cares, probably about you that people GI'-' Attend Training I Clewiston- on Tuesday.

Ij I Ralph Bishop returned Tuesday to but I came to Clewiston liko ninetyper Conference In Texas !i GIRL SCOUT FLASH

Great Lakes Naval Training, Station cent of you looking for work and i! -., I I The Girl Scouts wisp to thank the
I i
With after a few days leave at his home a nice, quiet, clean spot for a home. I people of Clewiston for their
f i here. He expects to be assigned Now, don't take this as an insult.!\ E. J. Smith, General Manager, ronage in buying Christmas cards.pat- e r
immediately to a trade school Mar- Just send me a picture of the honor' Harry J. Lehman', Director of Fly- The Girl
I"roll. From GI that ing, and Wing ,Commander W. C. are going to make
Our tha Nell returned to Great Lakes a very few things out of felt. We decided which
i; jH Boysin I with him and hopes to bo able to I knew who is now somewhere' in Lindsay, all of Riddle Field, left field we are going to work on in the
I stay; near him while he resumes his France, up front in the combat area, Monday for Terrell, Texas, to attenda month of December.:
;I training. I'I'I I doing'my best." j I training conference of the four We are all going to Mrs. Rogers'
theService I We haven't checked to British Flight Training Schools located -
r I see whethcr -| house the last Wednesday before
1 Sgt. and Mrs. Albert Vann were I II this name is on but if it isn't we1 in the United States. Mr. Christmas for a surpise. Laura
I visitors in Clewiston on Friday. II have a feeling that ,it won't be off) Smith, Mr.: Lehman and Wing Com- Louise Bailey and Mrs. Rogers will
j Sgt. and Mrs. Vann have been spend- too much longer. j j"BUD" mander Lindsay will return to be our hostesses.GRANITE.

., I ing a ten day furlough visiting relatives --- -- I oJ''r .
Miami and Sarasota. Albert I -, ...
in ., .
BROWN HAS ----- --..
/ I was employed by the Sugar Company BIRTHDAY PARTY:

..' ,,":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:0(..:...:..: !'I amry and before is his stationed entrance at Fort into Mc-the ::9fft -.:

Pherson, Georgia, in the Fiscal Charles ; "Bud" Brown,
i We've just recp.ivedV rd that I Branch of the Separation Center. celebrated Warren birthday with a
,:' Corporal Radford Dunaway: who has I *. party at his home Tuesday after- COMMERCIAL TRAILER
been stationed with a bomber group) Sgt. and Mrs. S. D. Smith, of noon.
at Geneva, Nebraska, has been trans- 'i Sheppard' Field, Texas, spent a few Ice cream cake, and punch were
:>' ferred to oversea duty, in the Pacific. { days here with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur served to Lamar McLendon, Mary
rti Good luck to :you, Radford, and let Montgomery, enroute to Boca Theresa and Tommy Seegars, Ronnie I
us hear fom you. Radford grad- Air Base. Sgt. Smith re- .
d Ratone and Beverly Egley, Harriet Magill, eh
hated in the summer as an aerial i.Gently returned from two years service Glenda Sue Etherton, Martha Jean I

,,w runner.S in the South Pacific as a rear Nowling, Ronnie and Janet Wylie,
-' i I' gunner on a B-17. He- experienced Marilyn and David Hancock, Karl I
':" Ed Clark left Thursday morning I I' being shot down twice, once on land and Eric Larsen, Albert and Alice
,: tor "his station in Lakewood, New t and once in the Pacific, without receiving Gericke,' Jennings Ezelle, Lovvorn I,
Jersey, after spending a week's .I even a scratch. His fear of Currie, Dale Perry, Marian and Ed |I ..4I
; leave here. It was good to have you sharks] while floating on the life raft McGowin, Jmmy"and Tommy Dur- !I I j. '
;< with 'us again, Ed, and sorry we was greater than that of the Japs. den, Donna Gayle Martin, Frank I I'
'I missed "by a few minutes getting to Mrs Smith will be remembered' as Stioud,. Jay Carol lIinel'Sarabeth j _
,: :see: :yoti. ; Miss Jewell Sullivan, niece of Mrs.. and Bably Sikes, Joy Bartz, .Leif 1 ; 'l'I
" -;, I Montgomery. and Faye Ann Johnson, Patsy Mere-I J. A revelation in transportation. lV? At "1'I
Miss dith, Marjorie, Gideon, II, and Jack 'I '
AccordIng to word received by : !'
dollars tires and do
gasoline dou
your ,
, Julia: Oglesby, her brother, Vincent, Lt. V. R. Beardsley, of Fort Bragg, I Brown. 'I I I
". has been 'awarded the Bronze Star, North Carolina, arrived unexpectedly Favors of Bible stories were given I : We duly without harm to ,your car. See ,1'
:,- Medal for meritorious service ns Wednesday and will spend a fif- to the children. I I this beautiful trailer built like its name. '

,< crew chief aboard 'a P-47 in the teen day furlough with his parents, Cake and coffee were served 10
" European theatre of operations. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley. Bob Mrs W. N. Martin, Mrs. Carl John- 11.I GRANITE ON DISPLAY AT \ :
the to have his furlough dur- \ I )
t" Vincent is now stationed'with had hoped son, Mrs. Frank Stroud, Mrs. Ed
f: '3th Air Force in Belgium. Recently, '' ing Christmas but it's nice ,anyway Seegars, Mrs. Harold Magill, Mrs. ,
L Vincent met a man in Brussels who I that he is able to be, here at the Dick Wylie, Mrs. David Hancock, Hendry Motors
r* bad been raised and educated in same time as his brother, Lt. J. W. !Mrs. Carl Gericke, Mrs. Ed Mc-

r! : Detroit fie accompanied him on a Gowan, Mrs. James Durden, and
t I tour of 'all points of interest in the I'I'B :Mrs.! Doane Hine. ] Clewiston, Florida
&":... 'Belgian capital which Vincent enjoyed Lt. Roland M. Lee, son of MarIon ,H.
: 'gre tlFollowings the I Lee of this city, is now at Miami -- -----
t;'. "complete text of the citation: I Beach Redistribution Center for a '
[ A Bronze Star Medal is awarded I two weeks' period much of which ft
r 'to VINCENT J. OGLESBY, 34055453, J will: be devoted to rest and recreation THOUSANDS OF AMERCANSrt
t Staff Sergeant, 368th Fighter Group, I a public relations bulletin
, 396th Fighter Squadron, for meritorious from the::center announces. At the -
' : service in connection with end of the two weeks he will be reassigned -
f' 'military operations in the European the assignment determined ARE STilL IN JAP PRISONS
k{: Theatre of Operations as Crew Chiefof I by medical examinations and ,,
r a P-47 type aircraft from 17 classification interviews. Lt. Lee '
t: ':March 1944 to 17 September 1944. I flew 66 missions as a B-26 navigator -
: Despite 'minimum maintenance facilities in the E. T. 0. and won the DFC,
r and heavy operational de- Air Medal with 11 clusters, Purple
r: "taands, the aircraft under his superVision i Heart and Presidential Unit Citation .
was in such superior condition .
as to inspire the confidence of I I !I:4i: t

p; the pilot and contribute materiallyto I 1 To ye ed comes a ,letter from a II//If >..
to the operational efficiency of his I boy in the combat _area in France
r' 'Unit. The resourcefulness and devotion
: I this week who has a, mild gripe
[: to duty demonstrated by S- : against Clewiston and 'for a reason
i Sgt. Oglesby reflects great .credit to that we can't much blame him. He
himself and the Army Air Forces. Is Sgt. Dan H, Doke and here's his
He entered military service from letter: .
.FIorfd'a. 1 "Dear Ed: From a GI that used L y
E. R. QUESADA, to be about town that very few peo- At
Major General, U. S. A.Commanding. ple knew-what has got me more
than anything is this. I went to

Blanding in December, 1942, was .
"V'"flI \
,. ,
News that Frank Hollingsworth, shipped? to P-lattsburg, N. Y.. and 'H: : t) 'I i
of Belle.Glade, is missing in action I then to Centerville, Miss. From .
"will be a distinct shock to his many there I had a furlough in September -
'tr ends here. Frank wqrked for aWhile i of 1943. I was very well pleased -
in Royal's store in Clewistona 'I but not for long. T got off the
fine looking lad and quite popular bus in front of the honor roll list Z,, .
; y
s and we remember him as a I and got a mighty lonely feeling whenI ,y } !; "y) ,c,
worthy bowling opponent on the old i gave it a glance and did not find '; J"n Yt.
v Rt t:.' ,, ,
concrete alleys. While' he is only 'my name there Boy, what a feeling l ; '
a missing in action, he has been missing I I've often wondered if it has Y'
? for some time and is presumed I been put there. Has it?
: to be lost. We fervently hope that, I. "I know that I was not well known
like most of his crew, he will turn because I wasn't a resident long.
'.i \ip all right later. His father, F. i I And what time I was there I was-
; S.> Hollingsworth, is grocery buyer I I seldom seen for I was either at work I

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