The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/01024
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 1, 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: UF00028415:01024
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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CHAIRMAN SAYS WAR SGT. S. W. McGEHEE Football RecordMany Sugar House To Dedicate

readers will be interested to

BOND SALES MOVING MISSING IN ACTION learn football of games the season's played results by the of Clew-all Minute Man Flag To Lt.

iston Tigers which are printed below. -

FAR TOO SLOWLY SINCE ,NOVEMBER 16Staff Marty Waldron and Richard

., I Pape were co-captains for the sea- Claude Hawkins MondayKiwanis
C. V. Parkinson, chairman of the Sergeant Sidney W. Mc- I Clewiston 0, Auburndale 13.

Hendry County War Finance Committee Gehee, son of Mr., and Mrs. J. A. Clewiston 6, Avon Park 7. 0

e! ..... states this week that the McGehee, of Clewiston, is missing in Clewiston '26, Stuart 12. Has Barbecue Signs Up 1 100% for War -,

sale of bonds in the Sixth War Loan action from a bombing raid over Clewiston 33,' Moore Haven 7. ,

Drive is moving much too slowly in Austria on November' 16, his parents Clewiston 0, ''Dania 31. / And Turkey Shoot Bond Pay Deduction '

this county, particularly the sale of were notified by the War De- Clewiston 39, St. Peter-Paul 6. Purchases

,. "E" bonds. partment in a telegram which arrived Clewiston 25, Palm Beach 0.
Tuesday night the Kiwanis Club
While unable to make a report yesterday.Sgt. Clewiston 18, Arcadia 7. ,
this week on the total number of McGehee was a gunner Clewiston 12. Okeechobee] 7. held its annual Thanksgiving barbecue H. T. Vaughn, production super-

bonds sold, Mr. Parkinson said that aboard a B-17 of the Fifteenth Air This record of six wins against and turkey shoot at the Boy: intendent of the United States, Sugar ;'

,, !' he was able to watch the progressof Force and was stationed somewhere I i I three defeats is unusually good fora Scout pit on the ridge. The menu Corporation, announced Wednesdaythat ;

sales at the bank and figure pretty in Italy. Until the past October he team playing its first year of 11- consisted of barbecued ribs, baked the employees of the sugar

closely the sales in the county. had been with the Eighth Air Forcein man ball and with a very tough house had signed up a 'hundred percent
olives coffee. Charles
beans and
These sales, at the present time, are England.A schedule. The team and Clewiston for participation in the pay-roll

very disappointing and unless thereis A / months ago his parents residents are justified in having Bolton, C. A. Martinez. G. H. Brown, I deduction plan' for the purchase ofwar

a general speeding up' of buyingthe went without news of Sgt. McGehee considerable pride in this record. G. B. Thomas and J. W. Ezelle as- bonds. ,

county may, for the first time, for many weeks and when finally a sisted in the preparation of the menu. Mr. Vaughn, assisted by Mrs. .

fail to reach its quota. letter from him came through he Turkeys were won by W. L. Vaughn and Mrs. Lilly Brouillard

The chairman said that in view stated that he was unable to tell TIGERS EKE OUT 12 Brantley, C. A. Martinez, J. W. met the last shift Tuesday at midnight I

r' of conditions here at the present time just why he had been unable to Ezelle, F. E. Conkling and B. J. and by two o'clock in the

there was no reason why every person write. Considerable fear for his Myers. morning had completed signing up

L. should not be able to buy atLwiI safety was 'felt at that time. TO 7 WIN FRIDAY Guests at the meeting were F.- E. the 245 men and women, white and :'

least one twenty-five dollar bond The' entire community will regretto Conkling, Otto Larsen, H. A. Bestor, colored, in the payroll plan in the

f' during the campaign and if this were hear of this happening and will F. D. Duff, Mr. Stout, J. G. Sul-, sugar house and thus this becomesthe

=.. done the entire "E" bond quota join his parents in a sincere hope OVER OKEECHOBEEThe livan, S. L. Crochet and H. C. Post. first organization in the county

would be over-subscribed in Clewis- that he may have parachuted to privileged' to fly the Minute Man ','

ton alone. safety and is now a prisoner of war. Clewiston ,High School Tigers Gets Another Cluster flag! for ninety per cent or better

,' Many people, Mr. Parkinson said, 1 participation. Only American em- -
closed their successful football
! appear to have lost interest, presumably very ployees were contacted, the state of-
season by eking out a 12-7 victory
feeling that the war is about fice having ruled out the Jamaican ".:

1 over and their money not needed. over a _fighting Okeechobee Catfish and Barbadian employees but many .1. ;;
eleven last Friday night on the local I
Indications now are, however, that ; Ru1 I I of these evidenced an intention to : ,;

,I the war is a long way from being + .6s,, > field. The Tigers were far be- buy bonds anyway. __, ..
' sici low their usual form,. their offense "''.:.'
won and each day'it lasts representsa There will be a dedicatory service
I' being hindered by. poor blockingand '
staggering cost to our government. passing. for the flag at the sugar house Mon- '1

... These costs must be paid and if the day afternoon to which the public is ->;
I 4 people fall down on our purchase Clewiston drew ,first blood when invited and urged to attend. The :{S

r of interest-bearing bonds other they scored midway in the first I program will be in charge of Fred A

methods of financing may be evolved quarter on a pass. Waldron to Con- II Sikes representing the Payroll De- ,.;:

which will guarantee no such re I over, on an off-tackle smash by 1 duction Committee of the County War )
turns. Wilcox. The try-for-point failed and I .
Finance Committee. The. flag will '
Clewiston 6-0. The Catfish ktia *
< I .'
be dedicated to Lt. Claude R. Hawk-

Notice of ApplicationFor scored on the opening kick after the .. t :. (.ins, a former employee :who was ;:;
touchdown on 65-yard. sleeper pass "" '
killed in May in a raid over Berlin
War Dept. Permit I that caught the Tigers completely : II Ij I I 'pilot of B-17 and his, father and "'I"as
Okeechobee made its
by surprise.
I j mother, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Hawk-
i extra point on 'a pass and went into I
ins; will be honored guests at the '
Application has been made to the
'the lead 7-6. The second :quarter I
the Port of J ,ceremony. .,Mr. .,Hawkins: is a sugar
i War'Departmeat by Palm I
] .
: was. played .betwgen the 40 yard: Plan'f
at. the
I Beach, West lnTeac, ,, Ftto lines with neither team' making i corporatiojv :employee
I : v I \ tation Machine Representatives j
the Shops. :
construct, ramps, on Government
sizeable gains. The Catfish led 7-6
levee, and a pier, in Lake I r at half time. The Tigers! scored In r from every organization in the .:'
I 'county employing five or more em- ':'
Okeechobee, at Pahokee Fla. The I '
the the third !
I FATHER T. J, GEARY opening minutes of invi- .t1
will be issued special
proposed ramp system would consist I quarter on a series running. plays CAPT. JONAH E. GOODBREAD I ployees .

; of a single ramp 30 feet wide : Father Geary Is I with Junior Wilcox again going over tations.
from the street adjacent to the mu- for a score. The fourth quarter Pictured is Capt Jonah E. Good- A talk by Fred Sikes and possibly

nicipal water plant to the levee Transferred To Stuart was played almost entirely in Clew- bread, of Clewiston, a :Mosquito pilot!I others will feature the program at

crown' at a slope of' 10:1: ; a widening iston territory, with the Tigers hold- at this reconnaissance station, who I. the conclusion of which the, Amer-
of the levee crown to 37 feet for I thrusts has been awarded his fifth Oak Leaf ican flag will be lowered from the
touchdown by .
The Reverend Father Timothy J.. ing off four
distance of about to Air Medal previously I the Minute Man flag placed
.J a 190 feet parallelto the Catfish, twice on the 3 yard line Cluster the flagpole,
the levee; and two ramps each Geary, who has been pastor of St. lines. awarded. I II I beneath it and the two flags again
9 and 14
and once on the yard IJ
20 feet wide leading from the said Margaret's Church for the past I Clewiston made 10 first downs, a: raised to fly once again over the

) widening on a 10:1: slope to the three years, has been transferred to gained 167 yards rushing and com- Capt., Jonah Goodbread I; sugar house and point out to every
lakeside. levee berm. I visitor the patriotism em-
The every
the eastern Florida coast. His new pleted one out of eight passes for
i timber pier would be located with parish will encompass Stuart, Jupi- 37 yards. Okeechobee made 10 Awarded His Fifth I. ployee. '

I its longitudinal axis on a line 285 first downs, 'gained 146 yards rush- Mr. Vaughn stated that individual,
feet south of the ter Beach, and Hobe Sound. This Oak Leaf Cluster I
center line of the ing and completed 3 out of 8 passes : credit for putting over the program

first-named ramp.< The pier would ; announcement was received last for 83 yards.Clewiston : should not be given for it was only

extend into the waterway 150 feet week from the Most Reverend ''line-up: Pape, le; Tor- AN EIGHTH AIR FORCE RE-!I through the interest and willingness

from the shore line at lake stage 14 Bishop Joseph A. Hurley, Bishop of bert, It; Poole, Ig; Bolton, C; CONNAISSANCE STATION, ENG! of every employee that it was ac-

feet Okeechobee datum, and would Sims rtx. Conover, Goodbread. complished. It was only necessary,
St. Augustine. Beardsley, rg; ; LAND-Captain Jonah E. ,I
terminate in a T-shaped bead 100 I I, he said to explain what was wanted -
re; McLeod, qb; Martinez, lh.:>; 27, of Clewiston. Florida has been
feet long. The deck would 20 Father Geary has been an ardent >
com .
I and each employee
Wilcox, rh.b Waldron, fb. Clusterto .
; awarded his fifth Oak Leaf
1' feet wide, at elevation 20.0 feet, worker in S.t Margaret's parish and Touchdowns: Wilcox 2, Harris. the Air Medal already awarded. II'L plied. C. A. Martinez, F. M. Rodriguez r
Okeechobee his host of friends regret his leaving -
datum supported 4- did a
on Lutes
a, Point after touchdown, Taylor. and Henry ,
this base, Capt.Goodbread's
the A Mosquito pilot at ;
pile bents'on about 15-foot centers.It city.Fatber splendid job of contacting and explaining -
reads ,
citation ,
is not proposed to hold a pub- Geary wishes to extend his the program to the em-
lic hearing on this application. Any- gratitude and appreciation to the Beardsley Sells Lots meritorious achievement in accomplishing numberof ployees.At .

one desiring to protest the proposed citizens of Clewiston, as well as co with distinction a the sugar house Saturday afternoon ,:
To Alfar missionsover
CreameryJ. weather reconnaissance
work from the standpoint of its parish members, for the warm reception and earlier at the Planta-

interference with, or effect upon. and many kindnesses received Europe. tion Machine Shops, there was a
during his here. E. Beardsley, local real estate "These missions, over areas heavily -:!
navigation .
submit such pro- showing of several pieces of heavy
this week that he had enemy, were.
agent, stated defended by the
test in writing, with reasons in suf- armament which have been at the ::
sold lots 1, ,2. 25 and 26 in Block flown in unarmed 'aircraft. Information -
ficient detail to permit intelligent Soil U, S. Engineer sub-office here for
consideration. Science Group 372 to Alfar Creamery of West Palm was obtained which was of]i
in transportation "
time being used .
. # Beach, who plan, when conditions vital importance in connection with I some .
Meets In OrlandoA I tests in the deep 'glades under
distribution center The ,
permit, to erect a operations against the' enemy. ;
I .
FBI Police conditions similar to those found in
I for their products here as well us courage, cool judgment and skill' ,

In Belle Glade meeting of the State Soil several ,houses employees.. displayed by Capt. Goodbread re-) the Burmese_ and South Sea jungles.There of. 'j
: Science Society, of unusual interestto I These lots are located near the fleet great credit upon himself and was also a S

I people of south Florida will be H. H--.. Avant nronerty. the Armed Forces of tho United I small arms and a Sperry ball turret '

The Federal Bureau of Investigation held December 7 and 8 at the Orange I The office also announces the States." I from a B-24 Liberator bomber bya 1 d

II will hold a special conference Court Hotel in Orlando. sale of lots 25 and'26 in Block 371 Capt. Goodbread., the son of Mr. group from Miami. This showing ,.
who listened -
for the law enforcement officers of The principal discussion will be to Don Bush of LaBelle who will and Mrs. P. E. Goodbread South \ drew an interested crowd .1 s
interest to the explanation .
the several counties in this area at the natural factors affecting water enter the plumbing business here. Bay, Florida, is married to the former -, with great of

Belle Glade Monday, December 4,. conservation and flood control in the He already has begun construction Miss Lucille Farabee, LaBelle, of the various pieces _
were -t
i. beginning at one o'clock and lasting Kissimmee Valley and this includesthe of' a garage ,which he will use for a Florida. He is a graduate of Pa- equipment and many employees the i
under 1
,I until five. Lake Okeechobee basin. shop until such time as he is able Pahokee, Flor- signed up immediately -
hokee High 'School, by Mrs. Pat '1
The. City Hall will be used as the As many residents of this section to construct a home and larger ida, and was a commissary manager pay-roll McGehee savings Miss Rhunelle plan McGehee, )
meeting place but the major part of :, as can are urged to attend this meet- building. before entering the army in April, Miss Shirley

I1! the program will be at the theatre'I ing and join in this discussion. The sale of the C. W. Lingham 1942. He attended flying school_'at. Miss Rodriguez Laura and Ann :Miss Owens Louise Roath,

where a special FBI movie will be home to H. E. Cornette' was also Randolph Field and Ellington Fieldj t The demonstration was arranged by
Technique Jamaican StrikersTo .
shown. of arrest and the announced. Texas, before coming overseas in I Fred Sikes and R. C. Wilson chair-
art of self defense will be stressed I
I 1943.
deduction com-
Be 'Sent HomeOne man of the Payroll
as well as the use of road blocks.
I Thanksgiving Service In addition to his Air Medal and I mittee of the County War Finance
A barbecue be held in the
five Clusters, Capt. Goodbread has .
city park for all officials attending hundred fifty Jamaican farm Was Well Attended been awarded the European Theater I Committee.To those above mentioned work-
the conference which is sponsored laborers employed by the United
ribbon with head of the Engineer
of Operations to W. C. Nail,
by R. G. Danner, special agent In States Sugar Corporation have been The Union Thanksgiving serviceon Bronze Stars for battle participation I ers sub-office for furnishing the

:- charge of the FBI in this area. sent to New Hall, Va. from where Wednesday evening at the Baptist and his unit has received a Presidential heavy armament to Lt M. R. Hal-

they will be returned to' their Church was one of the best at- Citation. Two brothers arc of the Hialeah Ordnance Main-
SCOUT .COMMITTEE MEETINGA homes. tended of such affairs so far held.A Alton A. the
I also in service, Private tenance Shop for
Girl Scout committee meeting The laborers, it was said, stageda very inspiring sermon was de- Goodbread with the Medical Crops small arms equipment and, to B. F.
will be held Monday evening, eight sit-down strike in violation of livered by Rev. David C. Hancock, 'I I and Able Seaman Howell Y. Good-I Pennington. Ben Devoe and Miss

fifteen, at the Clewiston library. their contracts. They were accompanied pastor of the Community Church and bread in the Navy. Lillian Ivie of the Miami Air Depot

Committee women, troop leaders, and to New Hall by United States' the combined choirs of the churches __ __ I for the demonstration of the Sperry
their assistants are asked to be pres- border patrol inspectors. They en- gave some very fine musical num- Page 4)
Continued on
ent. tered this country in 1943. bers. BE SURE TO BUY WAR BONDS I (
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War Labor Board Faced r I K&vervt philosophy\ rrvjcK, --'

e 1 dart: this
quite get

thLJrrvJWashington With! Rising PressureLong +wrius TKe-res New. just T ought one dope.tnincj'.

D. 'C.BRITAIN'S '!''Bigtown Characters: in life for rrse.-

BANKRUPT STATUS One of the most important docu Buffeted, Agency May Be Swept Aside they want their locks clipped withor ti d hope Oo

ments bearing on the postwar world By Flood of New Cases After | without conversation Sales- t..J'\d hope..
soon will be issued by the British Imen in hoity-toity shops always ele- (

government in the form of a White Collapse of Nazis. !'gantly attired. Without spats they R"irANn: J'UO ...

Paper. It will be a survey of Brit- would feel naked. The creamy- til
ain's financial position and a frank voiced barker at a penny arcade-a
admission that she is bankrupt.The well-known Shakespearian thespiana

White Paper will tell in detail I By BAUKHAGE decade ago, until he discoveredthat
how British investments throughoutthe News Analyst and Commentator. shilling provided a steadier in-

world have been liquidated to come. Sepians electric shoe- WNU Features. _,
WNU Service, Union Trust..Building loses its prestige and since, it h
pay for the war and will come to sl' shine parlors conversing in jive '
Washington, D.-C. no legal right of enforcement, :
the conclusion that, if the British lingo which baffles people who can :
Empire is to continue free trading, The lid is off! loses its influence. understand only English. *
she must have outside help. ,Four days before election the All of which caused many hard-# CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

The alternative to free trade and ticker, jammed with campaign boiled oldtimers to predict months Pretty bobby-soxers lugging lunch
free competition, the White Paper speeches, paused long enough to ago, that no matter who was elected, boxes to the Paramount-so they
in November the sands of the war
the strike of the Mechanics ; .
announce survive
will is of barter sitting through a
say, a system restricted -
trade and cartels, such as Educational society in 20 Detroit labor board were rapidly runningout. half-dozen shows worshipping King ,:

that practiced by Germany after plants. :There hadn't been much Sinatra. Jitterbug, 'almond-eyed HELP WANTED i
the last war. International cartels, strike news for some time and this youngsters in Chinatowncompletely -
of course, have been blasted publicly item stuck out like a sore thumb. 'Suggest Postwar Americanized. An' old artist

by President Roosevelt and one The reason there had not been Control of Enemy copying masterpieces .in the Mu- industry 0 Persons will now not engaged apply without in essential statement

British corporation, Imperial Chem- much strike news was not because What shall we do with Germanyand seum of Art. His hands are'shaky, so of availability from their local
ical Industries, already has been there were not plenty of strikes Japan? he steadies his brush by grippingit United States Employment Service.

prosecuted by the justice depart- I three weeks before election they Who is "we"? with both hands. The handicap,

ment on a charge of conspiring with were bobbing up at the rate of 400 a I. have_ looked_ over, a_ sheaf ofboos however, doesn't seem to affect his SERVICES OF 1st Class WATCHMAKERSand
the Du Ponts before the war to-"control month; 10 a day were being reported and pamphlets, listened to radio excellent canvases. Crowds fascinated Jewelers interested In postwar perma-
the world production of certain to conciliators in the labor broadcasts including one by I by pigeons nibbling at nent, connection good salary.with CUNNINGHAM pleasant surroundings JEW--

chemicals. department and that didn't includethe Vansittart (the number one Ger-: bread-crumbs. Proving again that ELRY CO.. 40 NE 1st Ave., Miami, Fla.

According to inside word from the strikes against the decisions of man-hater) and several apologies of, I almost anything can' attract a mob <

diplomatic corps, the publication of the national war labor> board, itself. the appeasionists, who think all we, in the Big Burg. Germans in Botchers depart., also Wanted hog cutting for hog, steady and beef work killing now, C'
Britain's frank survey of her bank- The reason why this bulge in the need to do is to kiss and make'up. Yorkville saloons sipping their beer. after war.Must be from non-essential work

rupt financial position will coincide walk-out record wasn't in front of If I am part of that "we," I] These spots used to be Bund hang- or CO.,bring 2135 Forest release.St.JONES-CUAMBLISS, Jacksonville Fla.

with the secret conferences now tak- the reading public's nose was be- must say that part of us' is pretty: outs. Now big signs' urge customersnot
ing place here between Lord Keynesand cause both parties were taking particular confused. to discuss the war or politics.The SINGLE LADY, thoroughly trained in of-

U. S. officials regarding the renewal care not to say anythingthat There have been many negative fice ing. work.8 hours Knowledge a day. Saturday of simple afternoons bookkeep off. '
of lend-lease. might look as if it were criti- arguments offered to propositions dramatic contrast in tawdry, Must be rapid and healthy prefer age 25
I With the war in Europe nearinga cism of a kind that would alienate proposed. sidestreet joynts: Entertainers con- to 40. p, O. BOX 1413, Miami Florida. :
close and with U. S. forces now the labor vote. There have been many bold and'' sist of a mixture of has-beens and Excellent Opportunity-,,with postwar future :;

getting a greater proportion of war Now, as I remarked, the lid is off. conflicting N affirmative statements.I youngsters with a bright future. for young man to work in essential food .$ii:
supplies direct from the United But this is only a sample of whatis know you have to have a nega- Celeb fanatics ogling first-nighters plant.Some Applications high of veterans school education will be welcome.required. :
States, British war needs for lend- going to happen when Germany tive and an affirmative argument to entering the theatre-getting more NATIONAL FRUIT PRODUCTS CO.,. Inc.
lease are dwindling. However, the collapses. Washington expects when make a good debate and that is of a thrill by staring at biggies than 725 Humphries St. S. W., Atlanta Ga.

British have proposed in LordKeynes' that otherwise happy day comes, it why I am glad to see two men sit first-nighters get from the shows.

private conversations, a new will have to face the job of down and produce a document, HOME INSTRUCTIONLearn f.. .1
type of postwar lend-lease wherebythe damming a veritable flood of labor stripped of all emotion, based on The silly brawl between two
at Home the different
British could resell goods to for- problems. And that flood, many of i hard cold facts put together scien- friends at a midtown barbecauseeach drugless healing. An uncrowded branches field.of
eign countries in order to reestab- tifically which knocks down and insisted on paying the check. Beaut. diploma. Free literature. Instit. of
the insiders believe, will inundatethe Drugless Therapy, Box: 148. Taraa. Iowa.
i lish their export trade. labor board and probably have builds up, too. One of the authorsis The 77-year-old gent who has the

Keynes Proposal the effect of sweeping it into the a scholar, a man who has devoted same breakfast every morning at a -
Word leaking from the diplomatic ,discard. most of his life to long, cold, Madison and 50th street eatery: REAL ESTATE

f corps is that Lord Keynes Two things badly threaten the analytical studies. The other is a Doughnuts covered with mustard. CALIFORNIA DEEDED LANDS
Ugh. He claims that combinationhas
- now proposes a total lend-lease board's future. One was the private man who has an engineering educa- Million Acres California State Deeded
: tion foundation added years to his life. Side- Lands now available for settlement
allotment to Great Britain of 6V as a and a success- : from
walkout of the AFL members who
walk discuss 25c to $1.50 per acre. Statewide; timber,
t Napoleons who used to
billions for 1945, of which ZYz simply announced they would not sit ful industrial career as, a back- grazing, agricultural; country and city locations.
billions ground. military tactics remaining in tune Homeseekers wanted, not specu-
could be
r: reexported in in on any decisions'' on wage raises lators. For locations descriptions mini-
.:' British trade. Most of this would until the board had handed downa The booklet comprises only 117 with the times. Now they also debate mum prices, maps, filing blanks and instructions -
summarized writ- postwar prci lpms. .. ,Swishes send So money order to
be in the form American raw decision on the, Little Steel wage pages, succinctly STATE
who for some unknown LANDS DEPARTMENT
in language congregate
materials which the British simple, straight-forward -
formula. That was one blow. Any ,
\; would process into finished like the title which is "The reason in foreign language movie U. S. Post Office, Box'462, Eureka Call lI.
: \ and then sell. The British goods do be decision another.on Little Steel, itself, will Control T Germany- ;; "'and- Japan" temples. The lovely Schraffts'

{;;: not propose that finished American The authors are Harold G. Moulton, hostesses. Most of them look as if MACHINERYDraglinep.
( products be given them for The board knows it is facing a a trained economist, head of the they had to pass a screen test be-

,. reexport, but only that they get dilemma on that subject. Brookings institution, a nonpartisan fore they were hired. & H. Model 206 dragline with
Thoroughly reconditioned by fac-
lend-leased raw materials to revive Although decision in favor of scientific research organization, tory mechanic. 34 yard capacity. New top
their crippled industries.One Little Steel (that is, breaking the and Louis Marlio, a French busi- Newspaperman Stuff: cable, new paint. Has been idle since over-
hauling. Priced right' for quick sale. Ph.
'proposal is to set up a wage ceiling and giving the steel nessman, who has constructed half a Ogden Nash was once taken to 5-1488, 1261 W. Forsyth St., Jax, Fla.
new postwar lend-lease court workers an increase to meet what dozen industrial plants in Europe, task for using the word "coyful" in

composed of one Britisher and the unions declare is a rise in the served on committees of the Leagueof one of his verses. "Have you NURSERIES"COLDPROOF"
two Americans which would decide standard of living) would satisfy the Nations. ever heard of anything being full of

which goods ,could be used steel workers it would start a whole This is a book which everyone coy?" asked a critic. FIG bears first year. Giant -
for British trading purposes. series of demands for increases in ought to read.. Briefly, the plan it "No," nash'd Nash. "But neither Roses.Pecan Delta Softshell Nursery black, Walnut Jackson: Grapes Miss. '

The whole plan will be submittedto other fields. offers is military control (not com- did I ever hear of anyone being full

congress probably before Christ- If, on the other hand, the board plete or permanent occupation) with of bash." Beauty PreparationWrinkles
mas. refused to adjust the Little Steel "supplemental economic devices."

formula upward, it would have to This would involve disarmamentof The word "controversy" serves as Double-Chin erased-Govern
ARMY'S PREFABRICATED face a strike in the great steel in- enemy countries, with mainte- censors' abracadabra. They inspected preparation,guar.results.30 days
sup. $3. Mrs. Leonard Butler, Havana,Fla.
BRIDGESOne dustry. .nance of substantial allied armed mutter that something is controversial -

of the great but little known That dilemma is gruesome enoughbut forces at key points only as a last and-presto-they presume the
stories of the Western front is the not too far away is another resort; otherwise withdrawal of mili- truth will vanish. Blue-pen- FOR RENTDRUG

way in which army engineers got a problem which will-arise when Ger- tary forces as soon as possible and cilers have used that alibi to hin- STORE-Dress Shop, grocery store
group of bridge experts together many collapses and the govern- the use of a system of detection, der freedom of speech and press gift shop electrical appliance store for
nearly two years ahead of the Eu- ment war contracts are sharply cut to learn of violations of conditionsand for a long time. All of which I rent. T. Z. DANIEL, Millen, Georgia.

ropean invasion and designed fabri- back. punitive measures if necessary. i leads into an Alec Woollcott yarn
cated sections of bridges which When this happens there are a "The United States," say the that illustrates our viewpoint on the PRINTING
would exactly replace specific authors, "is faced with two plain subject. When Alec was broad-
number of companies which
bridges in France, Holland and Bel- I called "fly-by-night" by some labor are objectives: either to join with a casting his sponsor pounced on MIMEOGRAPHING 14 years of fine work and and fair Multigraphfnff.prices. Free
gium. group of nations in a collective pro- him with the squeak that he must samples and prices. E. ALLSMIIU. 1500
officials because their only reason W Nedro Avenue Philadelphia 41. Pa.
Through the for preventing German and refrain from controversial
European under- gram : using ma-
for income is from war orders and
ground, army engineers were able their chief reason for existence is Japanese rearmament and in gen- terial. Woollcott promptly demanded .

to get exact measurements of the the part they play in the war effort, eral developing a universal collective that the sponsor explain Buy War Savings BondsAT

"' bridges, which they knew would be a part which will not have to be security system; or to rely on what he meant by "controversial
destroyed by the defense system ade- material."
: retreating Nazis. when an independent .
played Germany quits. In
Each part was numbered, and any quate to preserve''' its freedom." The sponsor's reply was a dilly: FIRST
spe- it is
case, freely predicted that -
-cial assembly crews, trained in Eng- there will be strikes in these plants, And they conclude that "only by He deplored Alec's caustic- SIGN OF A ",.: 'A D: l.

land, rehearsed the job. of putting encouraged, aided and abetted by the first means can this country ences to Hitler and refer-I ",
them in place. hope to maintain its national inde- fear it would antagonize people
the in the
employers hope that their
When the invasion came,. these factories will be seized by the gov- pendence, or to preserve" its systemof the country who supported them! I tsE666:
bridges traveled
so close behind our free enterprise. ,
ernment. They have further
may no
advancing armies that they were fre- excuse for functioning but there is Since everybody, even the Vansit- From FPA's new book, "Nods and i
quently ahead of the field tartists who represent the extreme Becks" Of there
kitchens. a possibility that if the governmenttakes : course, are many Cold Preparations as directed:
''; And on arrival at a destroyed bridge them over they can collect English supporters of a punitive who say that a daily columnist,

its replacement was, a matter of; something through damage suits peace against Germany, agree that which means a person who has six WNU-7 47-44
hours. the peace must be such that it will or seven full columns a week in a
thereafter.This .
S work best for the whole world, the paper, doesn't really work, but that
HILLMAN WOULD END PAC creates a very difficult prob- Moulton-Marlio, which holds strong. he would like other laborers to work

- Sidney Hillman didn't advertise it lem. As you know, when the war ly to this tenet, is 'interesting. six days a week for the period of the
but, during the last days of the labor board hands down a decisionits e S so-called properly so-called .

campaign, he took steps to. disband function ends. There is no legal I have had many requests con- emergency. : We know not what I }

::'. his controversial Political Ac- means of enforcing this decision andif cerning the return of war prisoners course others may take, but we nev- And Your Strength and
tion committee. The final decision it is not complied with, the only when Germany collapses. So has the er have been able to do it under a Energy Is Below ParIt

:' will not be up to him alone, for the recourse of the board is to pass. the Red Cross. This is what it says: seven-day week, and some nights. may be caused by disorder of kid-
whole thing will be threshed buck to the White House. Iran appeal authorities ney function that permits-poisonous
out at "The military of Often we dream of Jeanie with waste to accumulate. For truly many
11 :'. the CIO national convention in Chi- from that source proves futile, course, are looking forward to the unfilled column. We dream that we people fed tired, weak and miserable
'p: cago. But not the government has to take over the when the kidneys fail to remove excess
waiting for the convention I protection of the men as soon as have three minutes in which to acids and other waste matter from the
'" Hillman sent notice to most ; plant. I they can be reached in Germany; write a column, have it set, read blood.
? : of the'200 members of the PAC staff Now already the caution has been I but the Red Cross will assist, the proof and make it up. It would be rheumatic You may pains Duffer, headaches nagging, backache dizziness
that they go off the payroll before sounded to the board to be very circumspect military authorities in every way pleasant to work five eight-hour getting up nights, leg pains, swelling.
Sometimes and :
then. frequent scanty urination -
, ,
': I hereafter in passing the possible. For this purpose, a spe- days a week. To quit, in the mid- with smarting and burning is another 4
,' Originally PAC was set up as a I buck to the White House in such cial representative of the AmericanRed dle of a syllable, if need be, when the kidneys sign that bladder.something is wrong with
; or
: '-'.:.- permanent organization, and there I cases. This is the reason: if the Cross has been assigned to the whistle blew! And then some There should be no doubt that prompt ;J
are several schools of thought inside White House accepts all of these weren't treatment is wiser than neglect UseDoan't
work with the military authoritiesin days, as if mere writing .\
PiUt. '
D1,, the CIO It is better to rely on a
i'" ; regarding its continuation employer encouraged; strikes'and Europe and with other Red Cross enough trouble, there is a lot of clip- I' medicine that has won countrywide approval ,l I
One group, including auto the government takes them than on something less favorablynown 1
'-" workers over organizations there which are no ping and pasting to do. It sounds .Doan't have been tried and tested -
president R. J. Thomas, it may find itself owning hoards of less concerned about the welfare of easy, but it takes longer to find the' many years. Are at all drug stores. j'
wants to keep PAC alive. Hillman, useless businesses and facing yearsof their nationals. shears and the paste for first-class Get Doan today.

on the other hand, wants to shut up litigation.If "The stocks of standard prisonerof stuff than it does to write third-all I

tics shop, ,and concentrate also on New York poli- on the other hand, the White war packages amount to over right, we won't argue-fourth-class 1 e '
get his health I
back. House refuses "
to act, the board I 5,000,000. stuff. )

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Lesson for December 3 Add salt to the water in which

In order not to scorch milk, eggs are to be cooked. This makes

Lesson subjects and selected rinse the pan with water for several the shells more brittle and easier
: I and copyrighted by tUgte'o minutes before heating the to remove.
Council of Religious Education: used by
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I. 7 WORLD-WIDE CHRISTIAN -.- If there is a suggestion of ruston

When driving a nail into a wallto your refrigerator shelves,
*Hamburger Deep-Dish Pie hang a picture, try placing a wash them with a mild scouring

Sl Olives small piece of adhesive tape over powder and hot water, dry well
Celery Curls TEXT-John 17:18-23; I Corinthians
Toasted Rusk : 1:1.3;; 12:4-7: 12. 13. the spot and drive the nail throughit. with a soft clean cloth, and applya
GOLDEN TEXT-Neither. pray 1 for these This will prevent the wall from thin coating of hot melted paraffin. -
Currant Jelly I alone but for them also which shall believeon cracking there.Smartly .
'Molded Cranberry Salad me through their word that they all
be one.-John 21.
may 17:20
Lemon Meringue Pie

Recipe Given Unity among the believers in CurtainingYour Beware ,Coughsfrom
MIe' Christ is much talked about and desired French Doors

: by many in the church. They common colds
seek Christian communionin
V a single
1 quart water
1 teaspoon salt the world, or at least a gathering .sb, EW DRAPERIES TO RINGS That Hang On
of 'all Protestant churches in one ?- .
YA pound salt pork i" BEYOND SIDES OF
2 tablespoons butter or bacon body. Such outward unity may be OOR FRAME Creomulslon relieves promptly because -
little nest of grated American i : impossible to attain, and in fact it goes right to the seat of the
Cheese will surprise the family in I might be quite undesirable if it did trouble to help loosen and expel
onion f
these croquettes. Nourishing 1 small of and of useCURTONN germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto
fluffy potato \i teaspoon celery salt express a unity spirit soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed -
and filling, they fit well into true faith. $ bronchial mucous mem-
winter 'menus. Rinse lentils and rice and add wa- That fact, however, should not branes. Tell your druggist to sell youa

ter, salt, diced pork and cook on low hinder us from seeking a world-wide bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding -

Thrift and NutritionThere's heat 45 minutes. Chop onion fine fellowship of all believers of every quickly allays you the must cough like or the you way are It

and cook until tender in butter or race and creed in the unity of the to have your money back.CREOMULSION. :,.

a clamor among nutrition bacon drippings. Add to cooked len- Holy Spirit. The true church,.the invisible .
i for tils .and rice and stir in celery salt. body of Christ, is not di-
conscious homemakers' recipes
that nourish but that are inex- You've heard often enough the vided, even though its members are for Coughs.Chest Colds, Bronchitis

pensive to fix. nutrition story on liver. Here's an- scattered in many denominations.We .
other to add to collec- are reminded in our lesson
little to do recipe your
of food has .
Expense tion on this excellent meat: that whatever else may be true, HOW to make French door cur

> with nutrition as the will recipes show. There's today about us, we (that is, all believers) harmonize with the win- SNAPPY FACTS '.,
Liver With Spanish Beans. are united in Christ. We are:' dow treatment in 'a room is a -'

good eating in (Serves 5-6)) question that always arises... Frequently ABOUT ,j
t them besides, I. In the World-but in Christ
Id v t and the family I%. cup dried kidney beans (John 17:18-23). over-draperies are omit- RUBBERNearly J
ted for the doors even though they .
j will welcome seconds 1 quart cold water Even as Christ was sent of the
are used for windows. The same .1J
:'I. .,>.";"", .. 1- ?f'J as readily 1 cup canned tomatoes Father into the world to be the Lightof glass curtain material is then usedas
ar- as they do the teaspoons salt the World, so we are here in the .;
1/2; more expensive teaspoon pepper darkness of sin and sorrow to shineas .
; s. rod is used both top and bot-
'jJ foods: 1 bay leaf lights for Him (Matt. 5:14-16)). tom. However, over-draperies add 2,000 rubber tires "':
Surprise Croquettes. J4; teaspoon powdered thyme He did not pray that His disciplesand dignity. daily were required in North ':

(Makes 6)) 2 medium onions, sliced ( that includes us, v. 20) shouldbe Either a wooden or a metal rod Africa to replace, tires which -",4
w 14 cup shortening taken out of the world (v. 15) but had been worn out cr de- -
4 6 Idaho potatoes extending well beyond the sides of
that should be from sin stroyed in action. _"
Vz pound thinly sliced beef liver they kept '
V cup hot milk the door frame may be hooked in
1 tablespoon flour in the world.So As a result of the diversion of <:';
:::: 2 tablespoons butter place' as shown here in the dia-
we are in the world. But let us the petroleum by-product to avia- ',
> Salt and pepper Wash beans, soak in cold water for moment that gram. tion gasoline, about 50 per cent ,.:
2 tablespoons minced parsley overnight. Drain and measure the never though a in the world forget It is'not necessary to repeat win- of the butadiene produced for synthetic -.,'_,;

I.:". 1 teaspoon grated cheese liquid and add enough water to also in we Christ.are He will give we us-in are dow valances over doors though it rubber processing so far In 'f L

: 1 egg may be done if desired,by using a 1944 came from alcohol plants. ;;..",,
fact He has given and
1 teaspoon water glory that us-grace Himin valance shelf or a cornice box When you wonder about ....:
:. Fine dry bread crumbs the so world. we may represent placed high enough for the bottomof the shortage of civilian tires, '.:";,
; until'' the valance to be just above bear in mind that in the time :
Scrub potatoes and steam There is to be a oneness about be- doors that open in. it takes to build one 56-inch
tender in a small amount of water. lievers (v. 21)), not alone because airplane tire at B. F. Goodrich .'j

Spear potatoes on fork and slip off Yk:+ of their good (blessed as that maybe NOTE-This,sketch Is from a new book- factories seven 8.25-20 truck : ;
't skins. Mash well, adding hot milk, !), ,but in order that the world let by Mrs. Spears called MAKE YOUR I tires or sixty 6.00:16 passen _
,4 butter, salt, pepper, parsley; and know and believe in Christvv. OWN CURTAINS. This 32-page book is ger tires could be made. And .
it. onion. Shape large spoonfuls, sufficient iY1 1i'r may full of smart new curtain and drapery airplane tires are "musts"these ."'.
( 21, 23)). The obvious corollaryto Ideas with illustrated step-by-'step direc-
: for into days! i
: serving croquettes .
V that truth is that every evidenceof tions for measuring cutting making and
; with a tablespoonful of cheese in division and friction betweenGod's hanging all types from the simplest sash "
': : center of each. Roll in fine crumbs, curtain to the most complicated lined over-
children is and
:: in beaten to which 1 tea an opportunity drapery or stiffened valance. Whatever
; : dip egg
an excuse for the world to deny the your curtain problem here is the answer.
has been added. Then
;,: spoon water truth of the .gospel. Order book by name and enclose 15 cents.
;:: roll again in crumbs. Fry in deep / Address:
II. In the Church-but in ChristI a
until brown. Serve / y /
I! fat (380 degrees) 0 I
K. at once. When serving. vegetables, try a ( Cor. 1:1-3): ). MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
combination of several such as Bedford Hills New York
The church, even in its outward
Onions are plentiful l this and
; year above and make them the main dish Drawer 10
: excellent casserole with form of local assemblies and denominations -
i'; make an of the meal. Carrots beans Enclose 15 cents for book "Make
mushrooms. green has a place of great Your Own Curtains." RFGoorich
I k and potatoes make up the platter. importance in the world. One could
i".,' ', Onion Casserole Supreme. certainly not find a more wonderful Name.....;...........................

: (Serves 6) make three cups. Add again to the body of people nor more satisfying Address....eo.....eo eo........eo.. eo.
',:':: 4-5 Sweet Spanish onions beans together with the next five opportunity for service than that afforded -
1!,;', 1 can condensed cream of mush.room ingredients. Saute onion in shorten- by the church. 4

soup ing until tender but not brown, then The ones to whom.Paul addressedthis Kathleen's Home

: 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce add to the beans, reserving fat. Cover letter were members of "the -4'i i

>." 94 cup grated American cheese and bring beans to a boil, simmer church of God which is at Corinth," Although frequently played on w

Slice onions in Va inch slices. Cover until tender, about 2%_ hours. but they were what is of infinitely programs of Irish songs, "I'll -f

with boiling, salted water, 1 tea- Meanwhile, dredge liver in flour greater importance, "saints"thosewho Take You Home Again, Kathleen"has _
spoon to each and brown in shortening in which had been sanctified, or set no Gaelic connection. It was t

;. quart. Cook until 19Y i'- onion was cooked. Cut liver into apart from this wicked world, in American written about 70 years ago Thomas by the rfl'l

I t; j ust tender<< -about i\\\s small thin strips and fold into the Christ Jesus. Westendorf, composer as a musical, confir-
4. 20 minutes. Pour. '-- beans. This glorious distinction was not
l'i mation of a promise made to his
U into a large A Liver may also be marinated in theirs alone, but belonged to "all wife, Kathleen, that he would take
J, strainer or colander I a French for that call the name of the Lord E1 .j
a h Ol/) dressing one hour be- upon her back to visit her old home in
and allow to 1/1 J \ fore frying whether it is prepared as Jesus in every place" (v. 2). Here Germany. ::1

drain thoroughly. I III1I \ above or for fried or broiled liver. again we have that fellowship and
Place half of on- V'I.. 0/ The dressing seasons the meat thor- unity in the love of Christ which

I' ions in buttered casserole and pour oughly and gives it an attractive transcends all other relationshipsand "

% of mushroom soup which has flavor.A which ignores the boundaries of __i_Mi aai MM -

: been diluted with an equal quantityof casserole that is a time as wellas race, color, social position yes, Flavor

water over them. Then add remaining money saver is always a good even of church membership. \ Delights.MUlions/ )
onions and sauce and top III. Service-but in :
J recipe to have on hand: In ChristI
With cheese. Bake in a hot oven ,( Cor. 12:4-7, 12, 13).

bubbly.(425 degrees) until brown on top and Hamburger(Serves Deep 5)Dish Pie. God has work to be done in the ((4IJ1P !l lI lI

world. To accomplish that work, He
Lentils are full of protein and can ZA pound hamburger gives diverse gifts to men. How

be served in place of meat. They're 3 teaspoons salt wonderfully He endows and calls I LAKES 'I

especially good when cooked with 'Vz cup tomato juice men and blesses them in His serv- I CORN !I
salt pork:
i/2 cup peas ice! We can think of nothing more

Hoppin' John. 3 large potatoes, diced satisfying than to serve Him. "The Grains are Great Foods"- J6t1K r

(Serves 5) 6 small young carrots But even here we must keep in" Kellogg's Corn Flakes bring you %

.. 1 cup lentils 5 small onions mind that the important thing is that nearly all the protective food elementsof : 'lift

Yz cup rice Biscuit dough we are not individual stars to shinein the whole grain declared essential COHN .*

Place carrots, peas and potatoesinto our solitary glory. No indeed, to human nutrition.
, l large kettle. Add tomatoes and we are only a part of a great plan FLAKE S .
and being carved out by
Cook about purpose z
cover tightly. 12 min .
Lynn Says: 'utes. "the same Lord" (v. 5). We are

! ---- called, commissioned and sent by
It's Good This Way, Too: Green Grease a casserole. Cover bottom
the one Holy Spirit (v. 7)). We are
. beans with small onions in cheeseor with half of hamburger and sprinkle
"one body" (v. 12), baptized by the
mushroom sauce. with half of salt. Add part of the It's wonderful how a little
Holy Spirit into that blessed rela-
Scallop oysters in cream of cel- cooked and vegetables, then hamburger, tionship, and it is that body of Christ IA f Way ;congestion that relieves stuffs transient up the!

ery soup. Make. the soup or use salt remaining vegetables. Pour which is at work in the world to do nose and spoils sleep.Quickly
t the canned if you want to save vegetable juices over all. Cover with His will. ;your nose opens up-breath-
time. biscuit dough cut into biscuits and to relieve stuffiness, invite Ing Is easier! Also relieves
Combine cranberry sherbet bake in a fairly hot oven (375 degrees Nor does that in any way mini- cniffly distress of head colds.tiI"h .
mize the the value of what Follow,directions In folder.
glory or
with mint sherbet for first course. ) for 50 minutes. Use remain-
dough if for biscuits.Get we are called to do. On the contrary,
Add pink coloring to honey be- ing any, .
it enhances our calling and en- "
fore like a serving blush on on the pancakes flapjacks.Add if. you the most from your meat! Get your courages us to greater endeavor. We If nose gels "stopped up1 iat.wJrops .' '

olives meat roasting chart from Miss Lynn Cham- are not alone. We are in the Lord's ; .
chopped ripe to car- bers by writing her in care Western
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but first all
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Clewiston New fact that some must" hav a few gain out on the Pacific Coast Rev. ,C. L. Clements of Lake Harbor thirty-eight was served in the school
The hours to recover from the minor 'where it appears they've stopped for will bring the message. This ,is"a. lunchroom- ,. consisting of barbecuedribs
shock entailed by the donation. If awhile at Camp Parks. From the message you will want to hear. Time prepared by' Dennis Small, can-
Published every Friday In Clewlaton I portable -units,are. available: they are look of things they'll be there some 8:00 p. m. Subject, "The Christ- died sweet potatoes, cabbage slaw, '<;..-f
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS In such small numbers that they two or three months and Lillian Centered Church is Assured of Vic- pickles, bread, coffee and ice bor
Inc. make little showing and yet, with hopes to join Dick there very shortly tory.Our cookies, prepared by ninth and tenth
modern refrigeration methods 5t and remain with him until he is regular prayer service will be grade home economics students..
Entered as second class mall matter seems inexcusable that portable again shipped overseas.Thanksgiving resumed this next week and you are Mrs. E. J. ;Bullock decorated the
Crewi February ton.1,Florida 1927, at, under the Post the Office Act of In units cannot be provided in suffici- cordially Invited to" attend. lunchroom, while those who served
March 3, 1897. ent numbers to visit the small com- ServiceAt The Sunbeams will meet Thurs-i I were Nancy Ruth Glisson Ann Bul-
munities and seek out donors. day at 3:30 p. m.IMPORTANT I lock and Frances Dougherty.

CARn..SETTLE, Publisher We have no quarrel with our city Community ChurchA Choir practice I

i ""' -- brothers but we believe that when it Thursday night at 8:00 p. m. All I Sugar House To-

Subscription Ilate-tWSO Per YearAdvertising comes to a downright heartfelt desire Thanksgiving service was held members are urged to be present. I ,
to do everything possible to Sunday Subjects: '
last Sunday morning by the Com- ( 1)
Rates On Application : page
help out in every phase of the war A. M. "The Christ-Centered
munity Church School on behalf of ball turret the sugar house expresses "J
effort that the small communitieshave Church Realizes the Importance and
and will the Presbyterian Board of National Magnitude of 1 its appreciation. ,
the advancement and welfare contributed more con- the World-Wide Mis-
Devoted to The U. S. Engineer exhibit
of Clewiston and Hendry County. I tinue to contribute more than the Missions. The emphasis duringthe sion Program of Southern Baptist." tained con-
II I cities. And we're willing to bet thatif program was on the work of the P. M. .- "The Christ-Centered two "Weasels, a 155 mm.
rifle, a 155 mm. howizer and 'a 105!
portable units are provided for board with the American Indians Church Crowns A Century for
mm. howitzer. In the small
the securing of blood that the living in the southwestern part of Christ." arms
exhibit was a Garand rifle, a Spring-
medics' quota will be oversubscribedin the United States. A record attend-
field rifle
a standard U. S. Army-
;mroPIALSSOCJATI'ON a very short time. Will someone ance was present.For CLEWISTON COMMUNITY carbine and a Bazooka as well as
call this bet? CHURCH
please __ I the first part of the program, assorted ammunition. The Sperry
David C. Hancock, :Minister
a short play, called "Americans To- I ball turret was mounted on a steel

(..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-.:.,:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. gether," depicted the desire of atypical .SUNDAY DEC. 3 1944 I\ framework on a truck and was
American family to have a : operated electrically to partially
IT TAKES BLOOD Thanksgiving like the first Thanks- Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr. C. demonstrate- its_n maneuverability for.
With giving held by the Pilgrims. The E. Gericke, superintendent. Classesfor aerial gunnery.WANTED. i.'

From a soldier in France we received plans called for not only having a all ages.Morn'ing .

a Christmas card this week similar menu but all inviting an In- Worship, 11:00- a. m. A i

inside which was an editorial clipped dian family to join them. The nursery for small children is conducted TO BUY -.
from the Stars and Stripes and a note Our Boysin members of the American family, by the Mothers Club at the-
which said he was sending this clip the Carters, were surprised to find Community Center. House Trailer. Mustbe

ping to us because he felt like we that the members of the Indian family "Can We Make America Christ- I 22 foot
would know what to do about it. theService the Eagles in every respect ian?" is the theme of the_ minister's_ I I or over. Good
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Never have we been quite so affectedby 1 live like any other American family -'sermon. condition at right price..

such an appeal or as powerlessto are also proud of being the first Westminster I

do something. But we are pass Americans to live in this country. 6:00 p. m., at the Fellowship church. The meeting discussion -:John C. Brown, Moore
ing this along in the hope that some- This is especially true when the I
on what Christians believe
where someone will read it who will 'r s particular Indian families desire to about ,the Bible will be continued.The 1 I Haven. 1 11.

ply have with it in this his power request.to help us com- arM ditions.improve their The Carter previous family living con-was monthly meeting of the Board ....................................................-...............................................

The editorial is entitled "It Takes :N:N:N N:N:N:N N:N N:N N:M:M:M:N:N:..;N:..NN:N:..:N: represented by Mrs. C. E. Gericke, of December Trustees will be held on Monday, I. FOR Y
4, at 8:00 at the
' Blood To Win a War" and pictured Sherwood Hall, Edith Long, John
church. :: :
is a group of British girls who are Lt. J. W. Beardsley, who returned Rodgers Joyce Bartz, while the :
regularly giving their blood to help to Camp Shanks the first of the Eagle family was represented by You are cordially Invited to wor- I::: DAY AND NITE SERVICE :

save the lives of wounded American week after a two weeks' leave here Mrs. Frank Conkling, Jean Bartz. ship with us. PHONE 18 ::
soldiers and telling the American received a surprise upon his arrival Jimmy Johnson and Ann Slonaker. 1 .' .
medic. "It's a pleasure and an hon- back in camp when his commanding Frank Conkling played the part ofa ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL ..........................."...........................................................................
or." officer pinned on him brand friend of the Carter family. CHURCH I.

I The editorial continues: "Stack new captain's bars. His folks were For the latter part of the pro- Services every sunday at 8:30

t this against what medic HQ reports disappointed that he didn't know cf gram, a worship service was par- a. m., at Clewiston Community

;: about blood shipments from the U. this while at home but his brother, ticipated in by all those present Church. I G. M. FORD .
t' S. to the E.T.O. The medics have Lt. V. R. Beardsley still here on which commemorated the many con- Rev. S. D. Mason Rector.

F F.: : a quota of five pints of blood for leave from Fort Bragg, N. C., says tributions of the American Indiansto I Civil Engineer and Surveyor

( every GI in combat. Thus far, they' there's a reason for this. He's expected our present way of life. In the Teachers Specializing In Everglades
f. have been able to store up only two I to throw a promotion party field of agriculture we have received Hendry I Surveys

f pints for every man in action. There I lfor I the other officers upon receiptof corn potatoes, pumpkins, beans Meet Here
FridayHendry Phone 66 Clewiston Fla. .
;. just isn't enough blood being given of news. Our sincere congratulations peanuts squash, tomatoes and chocolate ,
V.( by the folks back home. And fort Capt. Beardsley! / from the American Indian. Someof I I
lack of that blood, some suffering C s our sports such as canoeing, ( County News) I

, GI-many suffering GIs-will die." I II This week we received a Christ- I snowshoing, toboganning ball games, Miss Mildred E. Swearingen supervisor -I

'I:__ This is a situation which Is de- mas card and note from Cpl. Clayton I archery and wood craft came from of instruction of the state Johnson's 'Fish
: plorable but simply because the Waters who is now in Belgium the Indians. The Indians have also department of education, addressed Camp I. a.

(... powers that be have slipped somewhere .(or was when the note was sent.) made notable contributions in art teachers of Hendry county who met (Near Hurricane Gate) t.

t-' is it true. In'the appeals for The Christmas card,,'he said was with their unique,designs in bas-, in session} Fridajv; afternoon, -at the I Clewiston' Fla..
r;;;, donations of blood the appeals have given him by Julius Moon, his only kets, pottery, woven fabrics etc. high school. Faculties of LaBelle, i Boats and Motors-Guide Service

.. : been made to city dwellers only and acquaintance over there who formsa Finally, we find that many Indian Felda and Clewislon schools were I Rates Reasonable I

the greatest patriotic group in the link with home. Clayton also sentus tribes had very high ideals of conduct represented.After W. H. Johnson, Mgr.SECOND .

"; nation, the inhabitants of little the clipping from the Stars and the meeting ,supper for i i .

: .. towns, have been left out. Most of I Stripes which is mentioned, edi- The work of the Board of National ----------------------- --- -- --- -

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possible. When we do go its usuallya and a decent place to sleep which is November 18th issue of the Saturday ... NOTICE .
rush business trip which doesn't far more than most of the boys have. Evening Post, entitled "Desert ?
Surgeon." The article .described the .;I 'is.i. .
permit the time to make appoint- (
ments as ,donors not to mention the I Dick Hooks and Wilbur Goff are work of Dr. Salsbury a medical missionary :.i.i: Residents 'are required to furnish metal garbage containers :.{:.wh -

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bj regulations, :
conducts a nationally famous hos- .. .
pital at Granada Arizona, which is .t. If such containers are not provided your garbage may not :::

several hundred miles from the .*
; THANKSGIVING 4' ::: be collected.
.5\" nearest town or city and over a :
hundred miles from the nearest hard ? I

I surfaced road.Assembly. ;. :I

The reason for Thanksgiving Day isn't because we, as 2 City of .Clewiston ::
Americans are compelled to search around for somethingto y
be thankful for. It simply gives us a chance to pause of God .:.........................:-:................................... .................... .. ............ ..........:

s in our daily routine to take stock of our multitudinous Church OrganizedAt --

blessings and to reverently give,, credit to the One to whom

i -'' all credit is due.., a meeting held at the church .
last Friday night the Assembly of J

It is hardly accidental that ,our country has become, God Church was organized in South Florida National Bank
in the comparatively short time since that group of hardy Clewiston and is now a recognized

pioneers observed the first Thanksgiving, the greatest member of the General Council of

: power on earth. We have not always charted the proper Assemblies of God headquarters at at Belle Glade Florida
Springfield, Mo., it ,was announced ,
course as a nation but Divine guidance has brought us always -
t ii.. this week by Rev. H. R. Bagwell,
safely through our difficulties.
pastor of ,the church. RECOMMENDSBANK
: We are now ,engaged in a great war, a war of survivalwhich The church was formerly knownas -- '
the Holiness Church '
we shall win because of the blessing of plenty which and was Community built by the donations of : ? BY MAIL"a

this nation has enjoyed and because our fighting men now the people attending. The land for

recognize, as never before, those blessings and are determined the building was'' first leased and ( service geared to our country's needs)

that they shall not be. taken a,yay.. later purchased but there had beenno
attempt at a church organization -
Yes, on this Thanksgiving of 1944 we have a great until Rev. Bagwell took over

; deal l to thankful for. It is to be hoped that all observed the pastorate a few weeks ago.

this day in the proper manner.K"K"K"H. New officers of the church are YOU SAVE PRECIOUS TIME

W. H. Adams Oscar Pratt and

L .... ... Thomas M. Waldron, Sr., trustees; :{ YOU SAVE TIRES AND GAS

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Sunday School-9:45 a. m.Morning .
of Houses for Sale Worship-11:00 a. m.
Rev. Dewey Mann of Jacksonville,
Modern needs demand modern methods. The Flor-
t ;. speaker. at Belle Glade in with its .
i Training Union-6:15 p. m. ida National Bank keeping
\ > .. Evening Worship-7:30 p. m. progressive policy, has developed a "BANK BY MAIL"
I r. Rev. Dewey Mann, speaker. Service, enabling you to do your personal BANKING FROM

': J. E. BEARDSLEY I' s \:. Prayer m. Service Wednesday 8:00p. ,YOUR OWN HOME, and save tires gas, time and effort. 4.

Use this convenient thrifty "BANK BY MAIL" Service- -:
: : Sunday brings to a close our .
Real Estate Church Emphasis Week. We have Addressed envelopes provided. ;.
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make this closing day a gloriousone.
I Rev. Mann speaks at both
Hopkins Bldg. Alice Savage Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
services. He will have two great
Phone 66 Ruth R. Beardsley messages for us. Let us fill the: Member Florida National Group of Banks
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specialist Qf the extension service, all Americans in making it I ies to retailers, led to high prices 1 1I I II which he -declared was a satisfactoryprice.
fIRST CATTLE SALE 1 A. P. Spencer, director of extension for the Postal Service to do its I followed by a glut of trees near I I
service, W.. T. Nettle, district agent "We urge everyone to buy I Christmas time. Many surplus trees -
and mail in November and mark sold for practically nothing on I
extension service, of Gainesville
THURSDAY IN NEW] Al Cody, publisher of the Cattleman's .- 'Do Not Open! Until I Christmas: Eve and a sizable leftover -
Journal'of Kissimmee. I had to be destroyed. The 1944 Look to the
I Mr. Johnson said he had had good RATIONINI -
MARKET AT GOOD NO response from buyers invited to. at- I HOME LOANS TO VJCEItANS"SPEEDED

tend the sale. Those to whom invitations FutureAfter
were issued include Swift American communities have a
(Hendry County News) & Co., Kingan & Co., Smith, Richardson stake in the fact that the Federal! I
"Invitatioas have been issued to and Conroy of Jacksonville, PROCESSED FOODS Housing Administration has acted to
;,- tate agricultural officials and buy- Herman Sausage Co.: National Blue A-8 through W-5: ( speed the making of insured home :
.SSS representing all the well known I Packing Co.,. Tampa, DIrr SausageCo. now valid at 10 points each. : loans to veterans by private insti- .I
acking l houses for the first livestock -! ., Miami, Farris and Company, indefinitely. Stamps -X-5* I tutions under the terms of the G. I. i '
_ sale in the newly located La-!I Jones-Chambless & Co., Jackson- A-2 and B-2 become valid I Bill of Rights. The FHA is now
Belle state market which will be held' ville. Buyers from,all over the state tely December 1.MEATS I accepting at its field offices, from The War'f.. '
Thursday, Dec. 1, beginning at 1 I.are expected to attend. AND FATS I private lending agencies applicationsfor I
:iJ, M., in the arena adjoining the! Cattlemen who wish to make I Red A-8 through P-5 ( ) I II the insurance of principal loans: You Will Want To
pens at Gooclno. A. C. McNurle t offerings for the sale are asked to I now valid at 10 points each I II supplemented by loans under Section
. County Agent H. L. Johnson said I arrangements can be completed as I SUGAR cases where the Veterans Administration -
jflaiis have been made to hold a sale! quickly as possible. Sales will beheld Sugar stamps No. 30, No. I guarantees an equity loan

regularly every two weeks OB Thurs I under sponsorship of the Everglades I 32, No. ,33 and No. 34 now not to exceed $2,000, and where the
I I. day. The arrangement of the market Cattle Association. Bob Roberts Will You To
I definitely for five pounds. I principal loan, which must comply Pay
[ pens and sales arena, was re-i[ of Immokalee is president, William -I CANNING SUGAR '''I with FHA regulations, is insured by
l L vlsed when the change was' made I'I'r T. Hull, treasurer and Mrs. Stamp No. 40 good for five FHA. The federal agency seeks all Buy Your Lots
r- from LaBelle to Goodno so that under Vera McCall I ,
'I sugar I possible protection of veterans in I
t" the new plan livestock can be I ir.
what may be the most important NOWCLEWISTON
amount oft
I. "handled with the least '
4 is located between Mail Christmas Gifts .r SHOES single financial transaction in their I' T'
effort. The I Airplane stamps No. 1, No. I life.
l: the Atlantic Coast Line tracks In November And No. 3 valid indefinitely. I I

,. and state highway 25. j' FUEL OIL 'CEILING PRICE ON SNAP I
.Mr. Johnson said invitations had Help The P. O.'s Period 4 and' 5 coupons ('I BEANS WILL RE $4.CO
1 been sent to such state officials as :year and period 1 coupons II I
: Nathan Mayo, state commissioner of I now valid. (Alabama I
(" .agriculture; William L. Wilson of Public response to the Post Office 'nessee and Mississippi not ORLANDO, Nov. 29-(FNS) _
-Jacksonville, director of state markets Department's "Shop Now! Mail In | GASOLINEA13 I Manager Lamonte Graw of the Florida I REALTYCORPORATION

' L. M. Rhodes, director of the November" campaign is good but coupons valid Vegetable Committee said this
: state marketing bureau, L. H. }needs to be better, according to Post- cember 21. Rationing I week that he had been advised by I ,
: Lewis, livestock specialist of the master General Frank C. Walker. require that every car owner the OPA that the December ceiling i
o.I state marketing bureau, Jacksonville "Extraordinary wartime condi- his license number and state I price on snap beans will be $4.60. I L
Walter J. Sheely, beef cattle I tions face us," 'Mr. Walker said. I
gasoline coupon in his !
f- "Unless more people buy and mail I
soon as they':1re issued him : :
this month the Postal service cannot '1"0= :
t I do its, job of delivering all Christ- I I X 1.
., VICTORY PLEDGE OF: delivei'I : ::-.:. '. 'i .
I mas gifts on time. :i AMERICANI :f '-: of God i
I : ? Assembly ::
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r Now is the time to "It is not pleasing to us to haveto I American. I 'r ;w. ...:.
am an .
American mail "
to .
ask the people ): } >* i :::
r. packages so far in advance of the I sons have a big stake in f! y:: .. 'Y.'i;: j{. SOUTH CMSWISTON .;.
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fighting for .
start regular'SAVINGS While sons( are .
I We do be- my ; t. ,
: delivery date. :so only ::: : : :::
I will work hard here at ,t..:
be done. The om, f. : : :
cause it has to jobs Xt1'
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r. ::- a tremendous one, but we are confident -|) that food and weapons in ';. \i a :$1' Sunday; School ..............._-.......-. 10:00 A. M. s.
\ | will ever fight on the side of : ;
that it will be done because i
[f.. -- ; we know from experience that given i 1]: ica. '.=;: : : }..- Morning Worship .......:........._........ 11:90. A. M.Evangelistic :.;: < FY
r I; sound reasons Americans cooperate j J( I will do my part to i:+: < Service ..._.-_...,..____ 8:00 P. i\I. 3.,:.
I't. : country financially and At .
magnificently. !1 .. 'rl ..
t.I. I' ly strong. All income .:. : Weekly Services, .Tuesday .......-_ 8:00 P. .M. .s.
"Unprecedented shortages of man s
I work, above the need for :: > ::
power and transportation facilities s Young People's Service Friday....... 8:00 P. 31.Sermon .
will be invested
t expenses
: growing out of the war''compel early Bonds to buy the equipment :: 1CEV.: H. It.BAGWELL. :f
subject: "The Baptism of Fire."
,. mailing. The Postal Service has sons-the sons of all ::: s: .

ACCOUNT given the 50,000- armed experienced forces and employeesto 300,000 will use to speed the b.:..:..:..:.. :..:..>.:..:..:.-:..:..:..H ..:..:..X..:..:..X..X..:..:X..X..M..X..*X..X..X..XK..:..X"W4 :..:.. .
l making this investment in I
I railroad workers have gone to war.
I am also laying up the
k ; Equally serious is the fact that rail hodays
. I serve for peace and against
t' I I and other transport facilities are when my sons will come I
'. ,.':'.' taxed to thc, limit;,with the great I home. ; '.-, I ,? ., COMI.GRAPH4 B.fl; : '
= .' burden of war traffic which all of us 1 ; _;
k i I When that happy day
know must take precedence. I
my sons will build a
I ., Don't delay getting MINER -
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Regular Deposits motor troubles correct-
000 post offices the man power situation liberty and justice have
I is critical The 200,000 extra:I ; :.A2 fr i ya ;ow ed. At the first sound of
safe for all. My thinking- ; '
Grow Fast workers whom we normally; recruited -!I ey.-my time will stay in !, ric'' luu3 trouble bring it to. us for...
to handle the swollen Christmas i until the finish.-Ex. .,I i { r tatl+iuew service.: You'll save time, ...

/, volume of mail, were able to ,work j i I CHRISTMAS THEE i iI FI? 1 r sK1paacl';, trouble and money.HENDRY. ..,;. "
long hours: of overtime and to do AMPLE
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heavy work. This cannot be expected The supply of Christmas .-I ;: ... tt ,
I from the women and high schoolboys i I 1944 will probably be ample lfel ?. "-
; and girls to whom in large I k I fy holiday needs of J | '
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part we must look this year to. meet: cording to data given the I t J COUNTYi; :'
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the situation 'I .
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i Clewiston Federal "The way in which everyone responded -I I duction Board, Department i MOTORS II;,:::::." .>' .
in making it possible for us culture and Office of ,':. ,:..'
Savings and LoanAssociation "' to handle a volume of 70,000,000 I Transportation. :At the 1 j r CLEWISTON, FLORIDA : ".. i -
parcels for, the armed forces over- however, buyers are warned '' I'' '
seas leaves no doubt in my mind that I "over-zealous buying" as that 'I II 1
i I. the November Christmas mailing:I create an artificial shortage !
t will be equally ,successful. I ask I I ed by a waste of trees. In I I' "Can't you delay the paper a,day to report ,

for the help of the press, radio, busi-j consumer anxiety about the j tonight's basketball score-

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Mr. and Mrs Albert Lyons observed cake and coffee
were served to Mrs.m which followed' was :presided over ,
: Thanksgiving'and Mr. Lyon's F. E. Conkling, Mrs. R. C. Wilson,' by Mrs. Arch Hodges, president. '

birthday Thursday of last week Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. J. W.' Ezelle, J The hostess, assisted by Mre.: W.; ;
II with a dinner party. Guests at- Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. Carl John- J. Robinson, served pineapple up-. -

PERSONALSOCIETY tending were Mr. and Mrs. H. Ros- son, Mrs. D. G. Alston and Mrs. G. side-down: cake and coffee to Mrs,, -

I coe Brinton, Mr. and Mrs. Munroe B. Thomas. Hodges, Mrs. SikPS, Mrs Montgomery -..

; Bobst, John G. Lewis father of High prize, perfume, was won by Mrs. H. C. Meador, Mrs. Jack, : I

Mrs. Lyons, of Fort Myers, Flight Mrs. Conkling; and cut prize, dusting Himrod, Mrs E. F. Phillippi, Mrs,.. -:I
I I i it Lieutenant Peter Stephens, Flight powder, by Mrs. Ezelle. Fred Dunaway and Mrs. H. :1'.1.. .

Lieutenant Allan Smith, Flight Lieu- -----.--- ,-- --- Roath.' .,
t tenant William Lingard, Flight Lieu- MRS "". O. OWEN HOSTESS 't :I

James Anderson and A. J. Man- Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Conley, Mrs. tenant Gordon Wells, all of Riddle TO BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs. Legion Carnival On I
;' ning were week-end visitors in Mi,I W. P. Conley and Miss Ruth Conley Field, and Harold Collishaw. J__. II I
ami. were the week-end guests of Mr. and W. C: Owen was hostess to During This Week '.:
: I I I Mrs. Jack Rogers in West Palm GARDEN CLUB NOTES her bridge club on Wednesday aft- ]1 ,'. '
i ? Cpl. A. W. Sias, stationed at an I Beach. ernoon. High prize was won by -- "
j I i The Southern States Shows is in
Word has been received that the
Army Post Office in Miami, was a I Mrs. R. C. Wilson and second high
Garden Club order is be Clewiston this week, operating under
visitor in Clewiston this week. : Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Denslow, of rose to prize was won by Mrs. F.. E. Conk-
the auspices of the Clewiston American -
shipped this week: so get your spaces
-- 'I Clermont, parents of Mrs C. E. I :
ling.The Legion Post which each
to plant them year
ready soon. '
Mrs. Frank Veltri and daughter, ; Bailey, arrived Wednesday to spend hostess served refreshments
'.' Diane, were visitors in Moore Haven -' the Thanksgiving holidays with Mrs. The Garden Club 'in Clewiston has : of lemon chiffon pie and' coffee to: sponsors this carnival
I I received word that the 6th District j l John D. Davis, owner and man-
Mrs. Wilson .
on Wednesday.Mrs. Bailey and her family. Mrs. Conkling, Mrs.F. :
I I I -- Florida Confederation of l Garden Dean Duff, Mrs. H. A. Bestor ager of the show, states that at-

C. E. Bailey and Mrs. Ernest I I Mis. 'William 1\1" Johnson and Clubs, that was to have been held *st I Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. N. V .S. ,: tendance is somewhat under that ot
the home of its Anne |last possibly due to'the
director Mrs.
year coolerj
Denslow, guest of Mrs. Bailey, were of Pahokee, sister of Miss Mumford, Mrs. C. J. Nielson and
children r
visitors in Miami on Friday. Florence, Graham, spent the Thanks- Leach, Sewalls Point. Florida, has Mrs Otto Larsen. j weather this ,week. For that reason
? been postponed until further notification !I I the show will not remain for another

George Brouillard and Hugh; and giving the holidays Spicer-Leydig with family.Mr. Miss Graham. is given in the spring ( BAPTIST CIRCLE MEETS- 'week as this was done last year and wilt:

"' McMillan, FBI agents of West Palm I WITH MRS. FRED SIRES move week-end to Venice.
and Mis. Judson Francis and The Kathleen Mallory Circle of I i
day !
__ I children were visitors in West Palm More than one hundred members ,the Baptist Church met for their ( WANTED At once '

.: J. W. Beardsley arrived Monday I Beach Sunday, where Mr. Francis of his parish honored Father Timo- monthly meeting Tuesday afternoonat I water plant
attended manager's meeting of the operatorsix -
a the home of Mrs. Fred Sikes. The
from Chicago to spend the winter thy J. Geary with a reception, spon-
with his son, J. E. Beardsley and Palm Beach Liquor Company.A. sored by: St. Margaret's Church, at I devotional was given by Mrs. Wil- eight hour day week
: Recreation' Hall Tues- bur Montgomery.
Mrs. Beardsley. Sugarland '
-- I J. Manning has joined Mrs. day evening. The occasion was a I An interesting program, "Christ- 'Salary paid while learn-

: Mrs. Larry Walden, Mrs Arch I Manning and family in Atlanta for farewell gesture to Father Geary ian Heroes of Today's World" was
r Hodges and Mrs. Wilbur Montgomery the Thanksgiving holidays. They will who is being transferred to a new presented. The business meeting i ;ing. City of Clewiston.ANTHONY'S .

were visitors in Pahokee Tues return to Clewiston in the immediate parish in Stuart- -------- u ...

day. future. I.-The program 'for the evening had "'
its Master of Ceremonies Harry
rt. Mr. and Mrs. James Harris an- W. C; Nail, head of the U. S. Engineer Vaughn who opened with a resumeof

nounce the birth of a son, Edward sub-office here, attended a the Catholic Church in the Glades. '

t' Melborne, born Wednesday, Novem-I dinner honoring Col. Brown at his G. N. Pitzen, representing the Holy 1
ber 22nd.E. retirement engineer at Miami -
as area Name Society, presented a purse to I
.. -- I Beach in Miami Saturday.Mrs. Father Geary in appreciation ,of his I

\ M. Cornette and Charles Bol- zealous work here. Mrs. Eugene I

I:' ton attended a sale of government Eugene Powers, Father Powers, representing Clewiston, and I I
::. vehicles at Camp Blanding last Fri- Soucy, and Mrs. T. G. Pike of Belle Mrs. T. G. Pike, representing Belle j i

;. day. Glade, attended the Deanery meetingof Glade, presented the Father purses
the National Council of Catholic from the Ladies' Societies of the two
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Jones returned Women in Miami on Monday. cities and Dr. B. A. Bourne delivered -

t. Sunday from a ten day visit in Atlanta a short speech .and presented -

,t with Mr. Jones' family. Miss Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff haveas Father Geary a purse in representation :

.' Marianne Jones, daughter of Mr. their Thanksgiving guests, 1lrs.I of the entire parish.A .
::0' and Mrs.. Jones, joined her parents Duff's parents' Mr. ',and Mrs F. E. nUDber' Irish songs were

,\": in Atlanta for a week-end visit dur-I Bryant, and nephew, Teddy Beach, sung during the program by Miss

'> ing their stay there. Miss Jones is of Palm Beach.' Geneva Thielen, Miss Nora Oglesbyand 4i rif I Y,
f:: a student at Florida State College -' Father Geary.

.r for Women at Tallahassee. W. N. Martin, B. J. Myers, Sammy Upon the conclusion of the pro-

F ; Young, .Ben Bolton, Danny Martin, gram, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Sr., and i
Charles Miner and Raymond Trice Mrs. H. J. Oglesby served tea, c c TO1At1NG X10 i
r; attended the football game between coffee, cakes and candy to the large f '

Miami High ,and Miami Edison there crowd in attendance.
.. Thursday night.
-- -
11issDorothy Knight left Wednesday BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs. II Fort Myers Fla. I

.: to spend the Thanksgiving holidays 9

.... 'in Jacksonville with her mo- ., R. M. Bishop(? was hostess to I I' 1000 First Street I ,

r'. DAIJ.JYIATIXEF.3:4i:: :: P. M.XIGHT ther, Mrs. E. S. Knight. Miss Knight her bridge club last Wednesday. Refreshments | --
-7 & 9 P. M. will return to Clewiston 'on Sunday.Mr. 1 of pumpkin pie, fruit !)
- - - - -
Ns. 3-3-7-9P.DI. and Mrs." Christ Hanson, of

:t4' WEEK BEGINNING DEC. 3 Rice Lake, Wisconsin, are spendinga
;" .: month in Clewiston visiting their ,- -
I' ,- niece, Mrs. W. R. Broadrick and Mr.
: SUN.:: & MOX.:: DEC. 3 & 4 Broadrick, and their brother, Fred
I .
; ::.: "DuBarry Was .A Hanson.Mr. .

I .' I
J Lady"with and 'Mrs. Wilbur Montgomery '.
I were week-end visitors in Zolfo

.;16'.: I Springs visiting Mrs. Montgomery'ssister
(: Red Skelton .Lu i1e Ball Mrs. M.S O. Brantley, and
"Red" Loafers-
i/. :'. ALSO CARTOON i another Portland sister, Maine., Mrs J. W. Welch, of Lady Nettleton's EI

r.' TUES. & :WED., DEC. 5 & 0R&NEYGARLAND The stenographic department (.f

the United States Sugar .
Corporation -
> u !fjr. I :.
: n surprised Mrs. Thos. E. Merkettelast 3
jr... Friday with a surprise birthday Recently the government allowed the women's shoe manufacturersto

: J} paity. The girls presented Mrs. buy some colored hides. Lady Nettleton could get only enough

h- If GIRL C&AZ nw?.n Markette with a gift and served refreshments for a few hundred: pair. We wired for the entire first purchase. .

) h ] of cake and Coca Colas.
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'..;' Sa %1'4< kAebYSsrv. Miss Clarice'' Lemmons, who has They agreed to let us have them all on condition that we would not

ALSO CARTOON spent the last few months in Atlantic publicize through the daily papers that would get Nettleton in trouble '
Beach, North Carolina, has returnedto
with their other resort accounts.
Clewiston and has accepted em-

THURS. & FRL, DEC. 7 & 8mow ployment with the United States j '

1 Department.Sugar; Corporation in the Payroll So, Ladies of the Glades, this 'announcement is,to you.. These. new
season creations are here now! <- ,
Mrs. Harley A. Case and son returned -
to Clewiston Monday afteran

extended visit in West Palm We will not run any ads in West Palm Beach papers. Even the Ladies' '.'

Beach. Mrs. Case will remain in Shoe Department does not know Mr. Anthony is telling this story;
Clewiston with her parents, Mr. and
in the Glades.
Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, until after
the Christmas holidays.Mr. .
Also Cartoon-Latest News and Mrs. J. H. Walker honored The very fine grade leather In these "Re'd" Loafers is something to ,'
their brother, R .V. Walker, with a ',rave about. -

birthday dinner Saturday evening. .
SA'l'URD.tiY"DEC. 9 Guests attending' the dinner were See them while we have all sizes. ,I*,: :' If .
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Richardson, Mr.

! 1r1 and Mrs. J. C. Ziler, Mrs. E. J. .
lI"S1fIWG "
:;, Smith, Paul Flannagan and R. L. : .

.-). II Richardson. : r
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; I 't.' DANCE A SUCCESSMrs. .." :Makeo Anthony's your headquarters when in: town! -

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G. N. Pitzen Publicity Chair- '
of the Catholic Ladies' {i. '
SFNFRI man Society, ., _. ., : .
i.._ I! dgvcsii has announced that the dance spon- -,, .,.. .' ,. ..,"
CRAM sored by the Ladies' Society, was a I .
I I JEAN :;< complete,success. The turkey, which
CONNIE was raffled off, was won by Miss '
JOHN QUALEN t f; Elizabeth De Valcourt. The name

KAY MEDFORDTHE s drawn for the door prize is W. D. a1ti ,-

WIERE BROTHERS "" Relds and all attempts to locate Mr. ',.
.Reids have been unsuccessful. If ".: .
Also Cartoon the prize is not claimed at the homeof .if
Mrs. Pitzen by six o'clock Sun-
'HAUNTED HARBOR" No. 7 day evening, there will be a' new 312 Clematis Streetjf' West Palm Beach

u .. drawing at eight o'clock the same
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gling with adversity; yet thereis RELEASE His Worry

a still man greater that comes, which to relieve is the THE STORY THUS FAR: Zorie Corey, He slowly grinned, turned and you aren't in practice, you bump when Willie-Teacher, how can I know
good a timid girl, Is expected by her employ went into the other room. He returned into people. Paul kept bumping into am naughty?

it.-Goldsmith. er's wife to deliver In person some thirty with a white flower in his people and apologizing. He became tell Teacher-Why, jour conscience will

lie that lacks time to mourn, lacks invitations to tea, of a rainy evening. She hand. It looked a little like a gar- annoyed. The slight rolling of the Willie you. Will
.picks the Invitations and starts out, you?
time to mend: telephone denia, but its white petals were more ship kept sending him off balance,
but, discouraged, leans against a --
Eternity mourns that. 'Tis an ill cure pole and cries. A handsome fragile. It had a spicy-sweet odor and that annoyed him, too. The only thing that seems to
For life's worst ills to hate no time to
learns her story, that was strange and exotic. The in
them. stranger comes along ship rolled more sharply than stay some people's heads more
feel -SIR HENRY TAYLORIt grabs the invitations from her and tears "With the compliments of Admiral usual. Paul' and Zorie went sliding than a few hours is a cold.

them up. Zone meets her fiance's uncle, Duncan," he said ,in his deep voice. to the end of the floor with a mass --
is not the oath that makes Admiral Duncan, who practically forces "
"It's an old island custom. of other dancers who seemed to All for Nothing
us believe the man, but the man her to accept a Job to edit his memoirs.orle's He put the flower in her hair. As think it was fun. "How
I' long are in prison for
but Admiral you
Aunt Hannah protests, .
the oath.Aeschylus.Truth he bent down and fixed the flower he "
Duncan wins. The handsome Paul did not. "To hell with it," my man?
virtue the and said in a voice too low for the ad- he "Two "
and said weeks
are stranger picks up her suitcases crossly. "Let's take a turnon
wealth of all men.-Petrarch. brings them to the steamer, "Samoa." miral and Paul" to hear, "I'm proudof deck." "What is the charge?"

On board, Miss Amber Lanning claims you, baby. "All right," Zorie agreed. "No charge. Everything's free."
occupancy to the same stateroom. Zorie was more mystified than
then Steve's deep, lazy voice
ever. No man had ever before puta
"Is it against maritime law to
CHAPTER V flower in her hair. Her cheeks in "
win QUINTUPLETS were burning. She could not decide cut He ?
was grinning at Paul. "Try NERVOUS
Zorie closed her eyes, because whether he was making fun of her, "
always do this forCHESIC01DS it! Paul said curtly. "I'm not the
they were suddenly filled with tears. being sorry for her, because of her shark god's "
These tears usual tears of wrinkled dress her lack of makeup type.
were, as He
walked Stew had his
fury directed at her meekness. She and.Paul's cool disapproval of her hand away. N
lightly under Zorie's elbow
leaned back against the pillows. She tardiness, or whether he was delib- !
balancing her as the ship made hIsyourstomach
To Promptly Relieve CoughingSore intended to take a shower in a moment erately teasing Paul. another '

, Throat and Aching Muscles and dress in the bathroom.She Whatever his motive was, she felt "Do deep roll." ,
Whenever the Quintuplets catch cold- fell asleep. The ringing -of grateful. "Thank you," she said, "you
"No i
rubbed said Zorie. "Paul doesn'tlike
their chests throats and are "
with Musterole. Powerfully soothing- the telephone awoke her. She openedher with warmth. "What is it? to dance." ,

Musterole not only promptly relieves eyes and looked about the.state- "White ginger." He picked up a His blue were admiring her. V on thowarpathfrom

coughs,sore throat,aching chest muscles room with dismay. It was empty! cocktail from a tray and handed it "You do" eyes war jitters, worry and overwork?
due to colds-but ALSO helps break up Miss Lanning had finished dressingand I to her but before she could Sufferers
acceptit from
jumpy, nervous indi-
congestion in upper bronchial tract, nose "Yes. I love it. She felt rebel-
and throat Wondcrfui forprown-ups,tool was gone! Paul said curtly, "Zorie doesn't lious and reckless. gestion find that PEPTO-BISMOL
Zorie glanced at her wristwatch.It drink, Steve." helps bring prompt relief from heart-
do I Steve drawled.He .
In3 ,
was 7:21! It wasn't true. Although Paul disapproved burn,distress after meals,gas on the
Strengths'1, She answered the phone. It was of drinking, because of its and took her lightly in his arms stomach. Tastes good and does good.
they started to dance. Ask your druggist for PEPTOBISMOLwhen
Paul again. His tones were the icy ,
Steve was evidently experiencedat your stomach is upset.
is furious "c
reserved tones of a man who '
dancing not only in crowds but .
but who, because others represent A NORWICH PRODUCTWORID'S
HEARTBURNRelieved ,. is controlling himself. N lr? \ on rolling ships, because they J<: '' ::7":"', "

'Zorie, what's become of you? bumped into no one and when the
in 5 minutes or double money back t .f. ,t+ ship rolled he seemed to !know how
We're all to dinner.
ready start
When exeees stomach acid causes painful Buffocatin&CRB -
,soar stomach and heartburn doctors usuallyprescribe "I'll explain everythingZone an- to dance with the roll, so that their '
the fastest-acting medicines known for I I
rhythm wasn't broken and she lost NOME
eym tomaticreliefmedictnesllkethosetnBellanaTablets. swered tremulously. "I won't be a
No laxative.; Bcll-ans brings comfort in a the fear she had had with Paul that
jiffy or doable year money back on return of bottle jiffy. SURER
to w. 2Sc at all druggists.A After she- had taken her shower, her feet were about to shoot out LARISSEL" AT IP

and was looking for a bath towel, from under her. Steve danced

she learned why. There had been smoothly and he led firmly. He was MULTIPLE RELIEF
so easy to dance with that Zorie felt
four hand towels and four bath tow-
els. Miss Lanning had used them herself relaxing.She EASES COLD MISERIES

all. They were strewn over the bathroom looked about for Paul and saw LUtE A DOCTOR'S

floor.A him go out on deck. PRESCRIPTION E.z. .

hot wave of anger went over "Are you the shark god's type?" .
favorite household antiseptic dress- Zorie, and for a moment she stood. she asked. Many doctors prescribe a com-bina-
ing and liniment for 98 years-Hanford's tion of Ingredients for relief of cold
dripping, with her fists and her teeth "I'm the shark god's adopted
BALSAM OF MYRRH! It symptoms. Colds don't show as
clenched. At that'moment she hat- child Steve answered. "When I up
soothing gums to relieve the soreness and single ailment, but as a complex]
ache of over-used and strained muscles. ed the slim, beautiful, arrogant Miss was a kid, on Kauai, I did a lot of series of miseries. Grove's Cold Tab-
Takes the sting and' itch out of burns, Lanning.She surfing in dangerous water. An old lets are a combination of eight activo
scalds, insect bites, oak and ivy poison-
ing;wind and sun burn, chafing and opened her trunk, having to ,Hawaiian family took a fancy to me medicinal Ingredients. Work Inter-
chapped skin. Its antiseptic action less- look through her bag for the key, and their god happened to be the nally and promptly on all these symp-

ens the danger of infection whenever the and found three hand towels she shark god, so they put me throughthe toms:relieve headache,reduce fever,
skin is cut or broken. had intended embroidering for Aunt 4J ritual. They wanted to protectme ease body aches, lessen muscular
bottle for the minor
Keep a handy J'fl pains, ease nasal stuffiness. Take exactly -
casualties of kitchen and nursery. At Hannah's birthday. They were mere against all dangers in or on the
as directed. Get Grove's Cold
your druggist-trial size bottle 35#; + .A
household size 651; economy size $1.25.G. wisps of towels. She could not dry 4T f,99 sea.

.C. HANFORD MFG. CO, Syracuse, N.Y. herself at all thoroughly. "It sounds pagan," Zorie mur-

Sole.makers ofShoulder "Some day," Zorie announced, mured. It also ,sounded character Tablets.'S, COLD
"I'm going to be like that. I'm go- \\\ri .t istic of Steve. G TABLETS

ing to be arrogant and ruthless and f "It is," said Steve.

-and brutal. \ ii She laughed. "Are you pagan?"

r. She dressed with haste. She had ','F', : He .grinned lazily down at her.
her hair. She ')
little time to give y "
slipped into the navy-blue dress, \\ \ She wondered why he wanted to

zipped it up and stepped back and f $ 9 dance with her-why he was bother-
considered herself in the mirrors.
ing with her. There were many pret-
lie took her in his
She opened the door. A man was lightly arms
a the floor and time
ty girls on every
and started to dance.
corridor dozen feet
in the
standing a
Or the Cost of One X Zorie glanced at one of them, she
away with pn unlighted cigarette in demonstrably harmful effect on was staring at Steve. He could have (.
his mouth. He flicking the brain tissue both of them sometimeshad
BUY WAR was them
BONDS been dancing with any of yet
wheel of a lighter. He held the a cocktail or two at faculty par-
he seemed oblivious to them. Why? f:
flame to the cigarette, but his eyes ties. Paul was furious because she
were on Zorie and they remained on was late, and he was punishing her. "Why did" you put this flower in

her as she shut the door and started Steve was sadly shaking his large my hair? i W
a along the corridor toward him. curly head. "What a pity," he "Because I was delighted with you
for taking my advice. I happenedto .. BECAUSE IT'S RICH
He was a short man in a dark drawled, and drank the cocktail. .
with wide shoulders Zorie had known such lux be in the room when Paul phoned
gray suit, sloping never. *
'ry ttl you. I thought he was being pretty IN VITAL ELEMENTS
and scrubby-looking dark red ury. Two waiters, or stewards,
hair. Slanting eye-sockets gave his served the dinner, and their obviousawe stuffy. The longer you kept us" wait- Good-tasting Scott's Emulsion helps

:dark eyes a cynical expression.As of Admiral' Duncan, who,barked ing, the more I admired'you. build strong bones, sound teeth, and

she passed him, his eyes nar- at them and criticized every dish, So that was it! He thought her stamina helps build resistance to colds.
rowed, and they were as bright, as reminded her that he was not onlya tardiness was due to her having decided *
Vitamins that I
It's rich in natural A&D
la Paul that she couldn'tbe
ilk !alert, as the eyes of a ferret. He garrulous and meddlesome old to show
be lacking in the diet. Andit'stunes 4
ordered around! may
made her feel uneasy. man but a very rich and powerful
Paul opened the door to her knock. "Do you know," Steve asked, easier to digest than flain cod liver '

She walked into the room with her one.Paul said, "Let's go up and "that you've made my grandfatheras Dill So give it daily.Buy at all druggists I

11t r e heart still pounding. Steve and the dance," which surprised her. "I'd happy as a kid with a new red /Ajfr Recommended by Many Doctors

;w-r rrw admiral were at the other end of the love to," she answered, hoping that engine?" _. .

room, which was fully twice as largeas Steve would accompany them. His "Why?"

the room she and Amber Lanningwere presence would postpone the inevitable "He likes to have a pretty girl

sharing. Beyond was another scolding, and she ,was deter- around," Steve answered, "and he's a

large room. mined to question him. sure you're going to do wonders

The three men wore white or pale- In the hall, Zorie waited for Paulto with his book. You've got to be I I I IL'

colored evening jackets and black begin. When he didn't, she tough with him. If he takes a wrong

trousers. She glanced at Paul, tall glanced up at him. His profile was slant, don't hesitate to back him

and straight and splendid-looking, more thoughtful than stern He down. You're clever. You can. Do (.

r with the expression in his eyes she asked her how she thought she would you mind if I sit in vn some of thes s

had been prepared for. like working for the admiral, and sessions?" FOt MIIOI ACHES AtAII J OF

qtr "I'm sorry I'm_ late," she said she answered cautiously, "All "Won't it be dull for you?" Zone ;: RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO

} meekly. right." asked. ,
rDeadly "Being ,late," the admiral said, Then he glanced at her and said "No. I'm interested in the book.

"is 'a beautiful woman's privilege;" "What do you think of that beautifuibig Nobody's ever written up the family

With his curly white'' hair, his fur- brother of mine now?" and I'd like to see it done right. It's L:
flamethrowers are blazing the road rowed red face and his lean erect- "That was a nice gesture," Zorie really the story of Hawaii as illujv- 1

to Victory! Each of these efficient weapons ness; he looked distinguished. Some- answered, "his putting this ginger trated by one amazing family,

. depends upon dry ,batteries to spark the thing happened in his chinablueeyes I flower in my hair." You're going to fall in love, with

flame for instant action. The batteries you as he took her in-an almost "Yes," Paul said. "Steve is very Uluwehi. Has Paul told you much t

do without mean more fire-power for front- imperceptible tightening. His expression good at gestures. Most women fall about it?" Large Bottlelwttll( '!!!!-Small Size Got

line fighting men. Use your available bat- did not seem to change,yet for him like a ton of bricks. He's I "No." CAOTIOH!: USE OUT AS DIRECTED* ,tl

teries sparingly...keep them cool and dry... he betrayed, as his eyes quickly ran that utterly irresistible combinationa Steve was still holding her lightly, McHEIl II All soon DRUB DRUG COInc.STORt. JACHSOIIIUE ir 81 Mill n receipt 4, flORIDA it price

rest them as often as possible. For Free down her, surprise and disappointment. -. handsome rascal with the tender and dancing smoothly, and paying
considerateness of a Raleigh." attention to no one on the floor but
Battery Hints-Write Dept.. U-4
She glanced quickly at Steve. He Zorie wondered if Paul was jeal- her. Zorie felt reckless and gay.
Battery Company, Freeport Illinois.
looked very brown and huge and ous of Steve. "I'm not falling for Steve was flirting with her. He was

At least one extra for the SIXTH handsome in' a beige dinner jacket him," she said. managing to say nice things to her 1 1

with a blue bow tie and a blue silk "No?" He laughed softly, but without making love to her. Her

.n etiIDuII \- carnation the 'shade of his eyes. She with no humor. "Well, you wouldn'tbe feelings about him were so contradictory .

wondered if he knew that the man the first of my girls he's tried to that she felt confused.She .
BURGESSBATTERIES steal. realized that his charm, his
she had just seen was aboard.

He was looking at her as if he "Did he," Zorie asked demurely, warm'personality were dangerous
was delighted with her. It mystified "have much luck with the others?" weapons that he used with deliber- :

II' IN THE Zorie. The admiral had betrayed "He's always had a very smooth ateness.. She was not often suspicious -:

NATION'S SERVICE disappointment in her appearance, line," Paul replied., "Watch out for of people, but she could not I d

and she had not been surprised. it." help being suspicious of this tall, -...",
Steve was gazing at her with unmistakable "I shall," Zorie promised. deep-voiced young man with his --.....--..-

admiration. Why? It They started to dance. Paul graceful ways. There was simplyno I. Preserve Our -'
t seemed that whatever the basis was danced well but without much en- reason for him to be wasting his

I j.; ,. for their contacts, he was always thusiasm. He didn't dance often time on her. I. Buy U. S. War Bondsf
"- mystifying her- enough to keep in practice., and if i TO BE CONTINUED) I

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By CHERIE NICHOLAS G4ANTMNDh Questions I 6. What state has a name de- 7))'

RICE 1. Did any United States presi- rived from the Ute Indians? '

dent ever receive a unanimous I 7. Who laid the corner stone of ._ ::
electoral vote? the U. S. Capitol? ;J.
HERE is an extremely interest- 8. What does pantheon ? '
mean :-,
2. What term in describes
ing report we have just received astronomy -
from Frank Leahy, the coach, the brilliancy of the stars? The'Answers ./i

now a navy lieutenant, who turned 3. What is the abbreviation of 1. Yes, George Washington.

out such powerful teams at both the plural of madame? 2. Magnitude. ,.;

Boston college and Notre Dame- 4. Who was the vice president of 3. Mmes. for mesdames. .

)ear Grantland: Just a note the United States when Calvin 4. There was no vice president.

r from out in the Pacific to say hello Coolidge served his first term as 5. Masculine, satyr; .feminine,
:.{.:. F and to let ;you know something: about president? dryad. :

L what the writer is doing for the 5. What name is applied to mas- 6. Utah.

U. S. navy. Am connected directly culine and feminine wood 37. George Washington. ':'

with the Commander Submarine nymphs? '8. A temple of all the gods. :

Force, Pacific Fleet, and my job ----- ,. ,Y,
consists of further '-'

installing and supervising C } Vr Sailor Doll That'sEveryone's

the recre- f\ When raw winds/
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enemy t) :

from 50 to 60 days' 'r 9 ,wiz LIPS "fl
I duration. During '4 CHAPPED

this period the crew '_I
compelled to go SOOTHED QUICKLY! .,'.;, ;
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very little fresh Cracked lips-so cruel, and painful! .j:
air, practically no sunshine, and, except Caused when raw, bitter weather
: for the first few days of the dries skin cells,leaves them"thirsty." ';'!1

k patrol, they are without fresh fruits Skin acts medicinally may crack:bleed.(1)) Stimulates Mentholatum local ",

t and vegetables. In addition to this, blood supply. (2) Helps revive : 1
they are constantly under pressure, thirsty cells so they can retain need- V;
due to.their. in terri- ed moisture.For sore,chapped hands,
presence enemy .
lips-Mentholatum.Jars,tubes 301. ,}:1'j
tory, which is a continuous threat to '<
t. their safety. As one can easily imagine d MENTHQLATUMBuy ...:

when the patrol is completedand 933'ry 11

-. they finally come into port the :l"
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roe men are badly in need of attentionand >
"" "' y a thorough rest. In fact, a :
>> 0 mile stroll would utterly exhaust War Savings Bonds
.., WOOL, isn't the only way to
warm comfort on a any one of them. ',.-M
<::. smaller oil ration this winter. : Plenty of Athletics"Rest IjM

'Wnw's the time tn take- your DRESSES MINOR WOUNDS 5c '. :
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.p. J. cottons and rayons into snug cold should be quilted before any fabric maintained at all major sub- OROLINEWHITE

. weather fashions. You'll discover, if cutting is done, the rest is as easyas marine bases for the purpose of ? t wHERE'S PETROLEUM JELLYHAPPYPEPPY :" -.

t:: you take a few wartime budget lessons stitching a straight seam. The giving these men an opportunity to .
r,:": at your local sewing center, thatany luxury look of quilted "puffiness" is rest and regain their normal vitality. '

quilting design, even intricatelooking I, achieved with an under layer of cot- They are assigned to a cottageat
tj"r trapunto effects, can be ton padding.The the recuperation center for approximately fun! Get busy sewing :

t.: ; turned out in double quick time with quilted beret-and-muff ensemble 15 days, during which doll. He's the fa-'

f. the modern sewing'machine quilter pictured costs less than four dollars time they are relieved of all duties' vorite of young and oldeveryonewho as the Day You Were Married? Y
sees him wants to own him.
: attachment. and are completely at their leisure.
Bulkiness used to be the bugaboo Athletic There's no reason to feel old before your :
: yard and quarter of brilliantly colorful programs are arranged by time. The hard work of making a home ::.
;' of quilted fashions that only expert velveteen that you can easily the recuperation center for the participation Needlework :you'll hate to put down. Pat- and supporting a family need not take
?f1 fitting skill could overcome. Nowadays find in the piece ,goods section. The of all men who desireto tern 933 contains a transfer pattern for the pep and fun out of your life. If
;:> reversible dirndl skirts, sleeve- rest of your money goes for interlining take part. This consists of the doll and clothes; complete directions. you're always tired, worn-out, run-down,
For this pattern, send 16 cents In coins, maybe you're suffering from a vitamin- '
less slacks coat lin- following softball .touch football
hug-me-tights, and sheet wadding that helpsto address size desired and the mineral deficiency. Try the Vita-Berles
your name
; (.: ings or other popular new quilted ; achieve the puffy luxuriousnessof volley ball, handball, tennis, weight- pattern number. 10 day treatment.-A special combinationof
l'.',' styles with, streamlined fit can be quilting. Patterns for muff and ,lifting, beach facilities, and several Due to an unusually large demand and essential minerals and 2,000 units of

!':-. turned out satisfactorily by using beret are also easily available. The other miscellaneous games. There is current war conditions, slightly more timeis Vitamin for B-1.folks A over formula 40. Vita developed-Berles especially only
;'; one of the plastic-like dress forms beret is a gay flatterer to you and a beer hall operated by the recu- required in filling orders for a few of $1.00 at your drug store.

1 i';:. that exactly duplicate feminine figures the large toasty-warm muff is a peration center where the men are the most popular pattern numbers. VITA-BERLES SALES COMPANY
L for able to purchase limited amount of Send your order to:
': curve curve. really practical affair in that it hasa a 12630 Superior Ave. Cleveland, OhioXTo
'' Some of the most popular quilted concealed pocket that buttons up beer daily. Nightly: movies are

, designs that can be achieved quickly and shelters all the little things shown for the submariners, whichof Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.

I ; <. with the, aid of the quilter attachment usually carried in a handbag. course, are free _of charge, two 564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, HI.

l,;, S are horizontal cross bar, shows each night. A recreation hall Enclose 16 cents for PatternNo relieve distress of MONTHLY*
The smart twosome which the delighted
'i, double cross-bar, diagonal, diamond I II I is provided and'includes pool tables,
I .. and double diamond effects. These I II Miss is wearing as pictured, I table tennis, and a reading and Female Weakness
, is to make and to
easy "comfy" Name ___
designs are known as "plain" be- writing room.
I wear. It is made of a challis-type (Also Fine Stomachic Tonic)
!. t,, cause the lines are straight. Tra- "At the end of two weeks of rest Address _
\: peasant print and it's equally as at- Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound -
{":' punto design with curving lines tractive fashioned of and recreation, these men are fully is famous to relieve periodic
I :..:: call for transfer patterns. Once yourealize a spun rayon recuperated and are ready and eager pain and accompanying nervous,
' that the entire lengths of fab- weave. Being quilted, it is warm weak, tired-out feelings-when due
': to out once more to take an-
I go to functional monthly disturbances.
enough to a patriotic substi-
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pound helps build resistance
IIR Back View Interest The little sketches scattered mariners are a grand crowd of ,MAN-Why does a table makeme against such annoying up symptomsPlnkham's
: young men, are doing a wonderfuljob Compound la made
think,of ?
around on the background show five and deserve much credit for the margarine especially for women it helps na- !,
r' different ways to achieve warmth WOMAN-Because it remindsyou ture and that's the kind of medicine
h., damaging blows they are inflictingupon to buy Follow label directions.LYDIAE.PINKHAM'SSS< \
of Nu-Maid the Table-
f/ rl'N/rr without wool. Put your quilter at-

i f:; ,, tachment to work on a detachablecoat the Japs. Grade margarine made especially -
"The writer visits each of these
lining as suggested in this groupof for use on the table.-Adv..
rest and recuperation centers from
helpful hints as to what magiccan \
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be performed with a sewing-

:.1).j):- ,'. machine quilting attachment.If them in a supervisory capacity,
. :: making observations and recommen-
f'.. you want to keep your hands dations for an ever increasing effi-
.j .' warm see for yourself how easily ciency in operation."It .
you can transform a quilted velvet
f. i A strip into a stunning muff. There'snothing
terrible mess will end in a com-
smarter looking than a paratively short time and that all
F muff of this sort carried with your
of us will be able to once more return -
tweed suit.
Fa to normal pursuits.
. .': You can replace worn-out jacket Sincerely our 4 0'r
sleeves with
:.: quilted versions that Frank LeahyLieutenant
are both smart and practical. Add USNR."

Gi twin patch pockets on the skirt of I .
16( / E Yr y ,1 the
-- same quilted type for perfect
teamwork. Another Bowl ProblemIf

Reversible quilted bathrobes, you are looking for Bowl tan-'
f =ti/ yS housecoats and skirts are just a few gles, I can slip you another one. r

more suggestions included in the Service men are insisting that Serv- A d )

thumbnail sketches for keeping you ice teams, Pre-flights, Air Fields ; < P7

comfortable, warm and fashion- and others be given a Bowl chance.

6AtM/f..6 1 /1. right for the duration. At first glance this sounds fair
f r EC I r Released by Western Newspaper Union. enough. But this also means toss- :4' q I-
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Y ing in veterans, including former 7' :E
New Fabric SensationIs
pros against many 17-year-old kids.

Bright Plaid Taffeta Suppose Ramblers for example were named.RandolphField's They qf : :; Ik4;

Rayon plaid taffetas are selling would have to be. This squad in- '
for everything this season. If you cludes some ten or eleven pros, 1 r' s
want to add a telling: touch to
_______m._____. your plus, a number of college veterans.
appearance, wear something ;of They were good-enough to beat Rice
Here is a handsome coat which plaid taffeta. Maybe a blouseeither 59 to 0 and Texas 42 to 6, under .RhhI S U/CK
displays fur artistry at its best. It tuck-in style or the new long torso wraps. Former pretty good pros p Z\

seems that there is a new styling, overblouse that is apt to climax at are on their second and third

technique being adopted this year the back with a bustle-back bow squads. Strong service teams should o Gently warming, soothing Ben-Gay acts fast to relieve
which calls for back view inter- or at the hipline with a huge softly be matched together, not used cold symptoms.Ask your doctor about thosefamous pain.

est in all sorts of ways, yokes, flares i tied bow of selfsame plaid as the against college teams. I mean the relieving agents,methyl salicylate and menthol.Ben-Gay
and so forth. In her mink collection blouse. The newest dress sensationis better Service teams, and these are actually contains up to 2 / times more of these famous
4) Esther Dorothy shows the coat illus- the cocktail gown that is made ,the ones you'd have to pick.It ingredients than five other widely offered rub-ins. No

trated and it is interesting to note all of bright plaid taffeta. Young would be a great idea if one of wonder it's so quick-acting! Get genuine Ben-Gay!

how beautifully blond chiffon mink girls like their evening formals of the Bowls could name the two best
been handled if it plaid, taffeta with full skirts
has as were a that Service teams and put them to-
fabric. Note the full swing back and rustle and with bodice tops that are gether. Certainly Randolph Field

full blouse also the famous drop quaintly fitted to form. Ascots, would be no contest against any college 1i
shoulder line with extra wide sleeves draped turbans and gloves have also team in the country, including ,
cuffs turned back. plaid taffeta in 1 1 I
and gone thrilling ways Army and Navy.

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MOVE closer to victory, it wouldn't b $67,417 each. More amphibious tanks-more airWinning 1 the Peace-for Your Country I

,. JVE if you were saying to yourself- craft carriers-more supply ships-more gasoline and .
If.we're to win the peace as well as the war, the cost '
's the big idea of asking for all thisadditional oil than it took--e invasion Europe! 'h'I I
1 0 f.I.living must be kept down and the
: money now? Isn't the war almost over? '
power of money preserved. reckless inflation that
1 Care for the Sick and Wounded
'. No sir, it is not! Not by a long shot. Of course, for would necessarily be followed by the catastrophe of R

,:. many !months now'you've heard mostly about the war And'lest anyone forget, we shall need more battalion deflation-with its unemployment, bankruptcies, mis !

!' with Germany, where our greatest effort is concen. aid stations-more clearing stations-more evacuaery and heartache-must be prevented at all cost. i; f:'

.-. trated. That's why many people have the idea that tion hospitals-more' convalescent hospItals-more-. Let's make no mistake-a dangerous period lies I I Ii

..' the war's practically. over. hospital ships.For ahead. The' American people have nothing to fear, i I

: ..; But make no mistake about it-nothing could be many, many years the sick, wounded, andotherwise however.", .,; if'they show in the future the, same commonsense !! :
disabled veterans will require medical attention they have, shown in the and continue to i I
farther from the truth! The Japanese war is a tremendous past put t
and care. That the least Uncle Sam can do Penny rock-bottom into the :
; undertaking, and victory will come high every over expenses purWe'll !
in appreciation of what they've done for us. chase'of and War Bonds. I '
.j have to fight every inch ,of the way. more more .

. the Peace for Yourself i
Everything Costs More- ,; Maintenance for Millions / Winning 1

_ in the Pacific War Want another important reason? Yourself! There
Did ?
you ever stop to think how much money it cuts; : ,
Isn't a better safer investment in the world today ;
maintain the 11 12 million and in
to to men women
The e European war is expensive, but almost I everything "
than War_ Bonds In helping country, you are ,
and ? Whether the actually .
: in the Pacific war will cost more. Take trans our army navy men are '
;. '. port costs, f.instance: Because. of the I longer disfighting or not, they must be fed,, housed, transported also helpirigyourself I. !' Never our entire history has \
it been so to save as right now. We'll need -
from training center battle to another, necessary
one or area
the of 25
tances, _same amount freight costs per cent -
more when 'shipped to the South Pacific than. to Eu cared for in a, hundred and one different ways. That. money,'' individually 1,' for education repairs I :

i rope. And it takes twice as many cargo ships in the all costs money and will continue to until the last man replacements, retIrement-and- "-
demobilized is back in civilian clothes. we'll need a lot of it.
Pacific to 'support a task force of a given size because f'"

turn-around time is twice as great! In addition, millions of dollars will be required for As- you can see there are many ;
: mustering-out pay, for various benefits and services reasons, important reasons, why our ;

*j More Planes. Tanks. Ships. Oil voted by Congress to help the boys get started in Government must have the financial \\ 0 7/ i 1

1 In addition, we shall need more of everything. More civilian life. support of everyone, and have it for :

';. B-29 Superfortresses that cost $600,000 each. These are reasons enough why patriotic Americans many months to come.

More P-47 Thunderbolts that cost $50,0t)0) each. will want to buy heavily during the Sixth War Loan. Let all Americans do their part-

s More M-4 Tanks, with bulldozer blades, that cost But here are still more- for their own sake, for their country's.
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