The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/01025
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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 8, 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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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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VOLUME 21- i


Is Under ConstructionThe I Kiwanis MeetingR.

:, influx of trailers into Clewls- B. Walker, general 'insurance

ton, caused by the housing shortage agent of Hollywood and a memberof

; FROM ALSTON has caused the city trailer park, the Hollywood Kiwanis Club was MILL ON MONDAYThe

now under lease to R. E. Hamrick speaker at the meeting of the local

to far out grow the bath and toilet club here Wednesday evening.
facilities provided for the original In the interest of the Sixth War Mir Walker related many of the Minute Man flag, signifying
R. J. McLeod, of St. Petersburg,
last week' purchased the stock and park and a frame building is now Loan Drive an amphibious jeep, problems arising service clubs and 100 per cent payroll deductions for

fixtures of Alston's Drug Store and under construction to provide ad- ,. known as an Army "duck". will beat methods which had been devised by war bonds by all sugar house employe's -

ditional facilities. the school here next Fridaythe his club for dealing with specific of the United States Sugar
assumed management of the store I '
on December 1. This is one of the The new' facilities will provide for greater' part of the day, accord- problems. He also extended an invitation Corporation here, is flying today

w '- ,oldest 'businesses in Clewiston having the use of the park by approximately ing to ,the announcement of Prof.; to Clewiston members to over the. sugar house, following de-

been established here eighteen eighty trailers. At last report M. H. ,Stroud. head of the school attend the Southeastern Division dication ceremonies Monday.The .

years ago last March by Dave G. there were fifty-eight located there 'division of the County War Finance conference to _be held in Hollywoodnext flag was dedicated to Lt.

Vi ,Alston. most of them occupied by familiesof Committee.The Monday. President-elect R. C. Claude, R. Hawkins, former employeewho

men employed on the. starch plant jeep will be sent from Buck- Wilson and other members are plan- was killed in an air raid over
Mir McLeod, an aggressive young construction. ingham Air Base and will be made ning to attend this meeting. Germany May 8. 1944. His parents,

business man, is a registered phar- available for rides for those stu- Mr. and Mrs., John E. Hawkins were

macist and has been, associated withWebb's purchased bond honored guests at the and
dents who have a District
Pharmacy in St. Petersburg Nelson Returns To since November 1 -or who have fill- Drainage assisted in the raising of the flag.

.for the past several' years. He Head Engineer Sub- il ed out a stamp book which may beexchan'ged Buys $250,000 In :Mr. Hawkins also is an employe of
service ,
pledges a friendly,
for a bond. It is probable sugar company.
'at the store and states that he will Two Per Cent BondsThe
Office In ClewistonCarawan that the rides will make a The Rev. David Hancock, pastorof
specialize in filling prescriptions as
demonstration the jeep's amphibious the Clewiston Community Church
promptly as possible, regardless of .
characteristics.Army 'gave- the Also ,
Nelson, engineer in Everglades Drainage District
S where or by whom they are issued.
officers will be in charge the Dur-
present was Rev. Thomas
He expects to devote full time to charge of the Clewiston subofficeof at their meeting in West Palm
i and will take good care of the chil- rence, pastor of the Church of
U. S. Engineers for several Beach afternoon authorizedthe
the business and says that he will years % Tuesday
dren these rides so parents Christ.
in of 1941 returned of million ,
'January purchase
be open sixteen hours a day and leaving a quarter
should that those unfilled stamp The citation <'
see treasury proclaiming -
:seven days a week. I to Clewiston the latter part of dollars worth of two per cent gov-
books filled and ready to be exchanged the 100 cent in
I assumed are per membership
last week and has again ernment bonds from the money held
This deal will after the first of for bonds before next the payroll
<< deduction plan was pre- .
Alston charge of the Okeechobee project.Mr. I by the district in reserve. This bond
the year take Mr. completely when he left Clewis- Thursday. sented by Jay W. Moran, executive ,:
: Nelson purchase is to be credited to the
f out of the drug business when he !St -'
-- -- vice-president of the -
ton in 1941 was placed in chargeof eleven counties. the district on a sugar company .J..,
: converting the Seminole Drug Department to C. H. Lutes who
the construction of a large num- basis worked out at the board meet-
t-; Store into a jewelry store. ber of airfields then being built in DEADLINE IS SET TO the sugar house employes. _.-;
; He is, however, retaining ownershipof ; the Jacksonville district. This work I ing.K. Fred C. Sikes, director of labor :j
M. Throop. treasurer, reported. .
.. < the building in which the drug relations for the company and :,
r' store is located. continued until November of 1942 Thursday that these amounts, by '.
> : chairman of the -
when, under the provisions of the OBTAIN MOLASSESA counties follows Browaid, program pointedto +
f;. I Parker T. Wilson pharmacist and War Service Act, his services were $37,000 are Collier as $4,000: Dade the need for continuous purchase ');
of the Alston Store' ; ; of bonds and '
: manager Drug emphasized that the I
loaned the district for the construction -
,;: for many years;. will remain with of a harbor for the Aum- December 20th deadline has $37,000; Glades, $12,000; Hendry war is costing $175,000 per minute. 1
x' Mr. MqLeod at least for the present $12,000; Highlands, $4,000; Martin, "Let's if ;
see finance
> inum Corporation of America in been set for Florida farmers who $7,000 Monroe $4,000 we can one h
; ; ; Okee- '
: druggist. complete 'minute of the ,
desire war through ;
to molassesfor
America. secure blackstrap
,/ ,.; I choh e, $4,000; Palm Beach, $125- our purchase of bonds" he said. .
Mr. Nelson returned to the Statesin direct feeding purposes, according 000; St. Lucie, $4,000. :
t: Withholding Exerrmtiori to word received this week by The Rev. H. C. Meador, pastor of ,:'
i ; October after completing the job :
The board also agreed to cancelan
the Baptist Church, delivered the :
; : in South America and after a short the United States Sugar Corpora old note which with accumulated ,- l
Certificates Should Be benediction at the conclusion of the
tion which has been to
leave of 'absence was_ assigned once authorized ..
interest .
t" amounts to some $60- ceremonies.. T. Vaughn produc.
release the molasses.R. /
: Filed By December 1 more to Clewiston.W. 000 with the Newhall_ Drainage Dis- tion superintendent of the company, .
S. Dennis assistant administrative
C. Nail. who has been In .
trict of Moore Haven for $500.
and Lutes
I represented the payroll ,
charge of the Clewiston office dur- officer of the State Agricultural .
deduction committee' at the .
sugar !
Both employers and employees Adjustment Agency at .
ing Mr. Nelson's absence, will remain -
Revised Rates Given house, and were assisted in explain- ._ .
\ were reminded today by John L. as his assistant.. Gainesville, directed farmers who
Fa"hs, Collector' of Internal ,Revenue desire molasses for this purpose 'to i I ing the program to the employes by

'. for the Florida district, that all Father Reilly Here apply to Harold Roland Chemical I For Withholding Tax C. A. Martinez and F. M. Rodriguez.Vaughn' ;" .;,

f-.';- employees should file ,new With- Bureau' War Production Board, I !,. complimented all the em- .f.;

:-', holding Exemption Certificates ,with, To-'Replace' ,Fr. Geary-. Wastilrfeton; ,- *DO, He said they: The;' revised rates for withJipldtuiincome "p tnis;fjes the on first their organization efforts in n*akin. 'the.:: :.,. -" .;:

H'; their employers by December 1. should refer to order M-54, ;state tax from wages provided by, > "
cotinty to fly the Minute Man : :
flag ,
desired and indicate that the Individual Income Tax' Act ot :iJ
quantity :
Required by the, new individual I Father Peter J. Reilly' has arrived
Income Tax Act of 1944 these {certificates in Clewiston from Lake Wales and the molasses will be used for direct 1944, apply to all wages paid by, an Star ,

known as Form W-4 I taken over the pastorate of St. Mar- feeding to livestock.He employer to his employees on and Eastern Elects \t .,..

'(Rev. 1944)), will list the employee's garet's church here, replacing Father, I added that the Washington after January 1, 1945, regardless of Officers At Meeting

'exemptions, and will aid employers I Timothy J. Geary who was reply would constitute authority for I when the wages were earned John

I In figuring how much income tax I red recently to Stuart. transfer-I I purchase of the molasses, and should L. Fahs, Collected of Internal Revenue Tuesday Evening '

1 to withhold from wages under the, Father Reilly has served I be presented o.the. United States I II explained today.

j new withholding tables which become eral years at Lake Wales. He was'I Sugar Corporation which has been : Under the new law. for example,
Thelma elected
':' .J) effective on January 1. I educated in the same class with I authorized to release 25,000 gallonsof I any wages earned in December but ,' Worthy Mrs Matron Twiddy of the was Moore Ha-

! Form W-4 and also a small pamphlet I Father Geary and Father Finnegan, molasses for this purpose. not paid to the employee until January -
" ven Chapter Order of Eastern Star,
j, "Your Withholding 'Exemp both former Clewiston pastors and I Dealers who desire' additional 1 or later, are subject tb the the the
at regular of
1' meeting lodgeon
I tions" distributed at the same time, I comes highly recommended to take molasses for mixed feeds should apply new withholding rates. dur-
Tuesday evening to serve
/' give the employee necessary information charge of the work. in Clewiston and to the Feed Management Branchof On the average about the same ing the year 1945. She succeeds

I' as to how to count exemp- at St. Mary's in Pahokee. the War Food Administration amount of tax will be withheld un- Mrs. Pirkle.
tions.: I Washington 25, D. C., before De- Stella
der the new rates as was withheld Other elected C.
officers were:
I : Failure to file a new Withholding J) Former Belle Glade ,apply cember under 31, Dennis provisions said. of They Directive should under the old rates. However, since C. Klutts worthy patron; Mrs. Mary

Exemption Certificate will mean the rates were revised to adjust each Etherton, associate matron MelvinC.
I r that the employer will withhold tax I Editor Dies in ActionPfc. No. 1, M-54. rr employee's withholding more .closely Keen, associate patron; Mrs.; Stella
I -
from wages without allowing any to his annual income tax, in_ individual Pirkle, secretary; Mrs Naomi Rog- .\

exemptions. Certificates now in effect -, James Howington editor of NAVY SEABEES cases the withholding may ers, treasurer; Mrs. Thelma Wright :.

will not be used after be either more or less than before. conductress; Mrs Naomi Dull associate -
Glade ;
the Belle Herald at the timeof NOW WANTEDThe I! :.'.
ber 31, 1944. The new Decem-I entering service has been killedin Collector Fahs further explainnd'that conductress. Mrs. Mollie :.

become effective with the, action on the Western European the Withholding Receipt Form Settle secretary of the lodge for

',"' a meat* of wages after January 1, front according to word received Navy's famous Seabees are V2Rev..), for 1944 to be given by many years and who, because of ill .'

.... 1945:" from the War Department by his now re-opened for enlistments, employers to all employees by Jan- health has been forced to retire '

sister' Mrs. Luther Jones of Belle Chief J. A. Ansley, Recruiter-in- uary 31, 1945. must show all wages from active work, was elected hon-

1 Rev. Meador 'Attends Glade. Mrs Jones is the ;wife of Charge of the Tampa territory said actually paid during 1944 together orary' secretary.

the owner of the Herald. today. Recruiters are now pre- with the amount of income tax These officers will be installed .

Committee MeetingsRev. pared to take the applications of withheld during the calendar year. at a joint installation with the Ma-

Fitz Hugh Williams qualified workmen.In If any wages earned in Decemberare sonic Lodge on December 28.

not paid to the employee until A brief, but impressive servicewas
H. C. Meador, pastor of the announcing the re-opening of
Clewiston Baptist Church, attended Dies At Sebring enlistments, Ansley explained that January 1, or later such wages held in memory of deceased

a special committee meeting Monday it was the first time in over a year must not be included on the 1944 members.
,..J ,Withholding Receipt he said. Inasmuch "
of the Palm-Lake Baptist Association I SEBRING-Fitz Hugh Williams, that applicants had been acceptedfor ,
in Belle Glade. As clerkof 74, who turned from building con- the Seabees, whose versatilityhas as practically all wage Local Thief Saws
this association, Rev. Meador attended struction to cattle died Tuesday at won 'for them world-wide fam earners who may use these Receipts Out Of JailR. 1.
as their 1944 reutrns file returns -
the meeting of the Indian his home here. His ranch comprised Hundreds upon hundreds have been
:River and Miami Baptist Associa- about 100,000 acres in Highlands, enlisted from Florida: and large on the basis of' income received __ .J

tions held In West Palm Beach on Okeechobee and Glades counties. numbers have seen action in most: during the year, Inclusion in' W. Williams, who was appre- I

:Friday. Among buildings he constructed, parts of the world. the Receipt of any wages not actually hended and sent to the county jail '1

Plans are being made at the as- after ,leaving home in Rome, Ga., Ages for enlistment range be- paid in 1944 would result in incor- for a local theft has escaped after 1

sociation meetings for a summer at the age of 17 were a hotel in tween 17-50, and applicants are required rect returns. sawing his way out of the jail be- i

'assembly to be held at Delray Beach. 'I I Punta Gorda, one in Boca Grande, to have three .letters of trade fore day break on Wednesday morn-

the De Soto county courthouse at reference. Clewiston Tigers Tied ing. :

Arcadia, the building in Avon Park Sought at this time are men with Williams is presumed to' have \ ,

. Construction of New I i iTI occupied by the Barnett National experience as winchmen, hatch bosses In Six-Man GameIn joined Gertrude Ray. who had previously -I j

e Sidewalk Is Begun bank. draftsmen, surveyors, carpenter been released on bond as his" ';

TI Besides his wife of Crestville, builderspipefitters and plumbers, a game of six-man football, the accomplice.

\ he is survived by three sons, John blacksmiths, general and line and Clewiston Tigers of this city, weietied
AH Farmers
Workmen began'grading this of Brighton, Zibe and Fitz Jr., of station electricians) stevedores, rig- by an underdog team composedof UrgedTo
week for new sidewalks to be Okeechobee gers, welders equipment operators,
constructed i ; four daughters. Mis non school members by ,the score :Attend MeetingAt
by the city along Sugarland Elbert Scarborough of Wauchula, crane patrol graders, and bulldozer of 19 to 19. ,

Highway, connecting the sidewalksin Mrs. Douglas 'G. Perry of.Avon operators. Court HouseAll
It was a close all the
each end of town. game way
Park Mrs. Charles C. Bever of Apply at the recruiting station
'f with the outsiders by a score
The walk, from San Pedro to San Tampa and Mrs. Joseph A. Craig of City Hall Building; Tampa
of 19 to 13 until the fourth quarter. farmers of Hendry county are
Gabriel Streets, will be built along Sebringa; brothel and a sister.
! Martinez carried the ball over for urged by County Agent H. L. Johnson -
the south side of the highway which I Holidav Vacation Will
Clewiston from the Outsiders 10- to attend a meeting of the Hen-
; makes the; walk continuous on this I Every kitchen is a war front.
'. yard line. dry County Agricultural Consen.atIon -
, side from Christian Chevrolet build Cover Three WeekEndsSchools
:Waste fat is
vital to the
: war effort
Poole.p 2
::1 .::: ing to the Texaco Station. From'1" 'I and if Lineupswere: Clewiston- Association Saturday, Dec. 9,
our men on the fighting front
; Conover. re; Pape le; G. Mc- p. m., at the court house.
\II there the new sidewalk will be l I
r [are to have the ammunition they will close Friday, Dec: 22, Leod,' lh; Martinez rh and Wilcox, The purpose of the meeting is
j ii built on the north side to. connect
need to finish the
i with the job. the American and reopen Monday Jan. 8. Christmas fb. election of officers for the coming
: present walk which
' westward runs housewife must 'save her waste Day and New Year's Day fall Outsiders Stiles, C; Blackwell, year.: Regulations require that the

\ Francisco only Avenue.a short distance from kitchen fat and turn it in to her local 'on Monday and' there is no school le; Jennings, re; P. McLeod, lh; election be held prior to January

grocer regularly. either we.ek.i Stalls, rh and Thomas, fb. and this date was settled upon.T .

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TilE STORY THUS FAR: Zorle Corey Lannings were pathetic people. Certainly "My God," he said. "Look at The Questions 6. What was the first. name of

.Is expected by her employer's wife to Amber wasn't pathetic. She you! Just look at I've George Washington's father?
you never 1. Who
deliver some thirty invitations to a tea, selfish cocksure arrogant popularized the story of 7. What is chrysotile? .
was a seen you so radiant since I've known President
but ,becomes discouraged and crie*. A McKinley's message to 8. What is a protocol?
Winthrop Lanning was suave Or "
handsome stranger comes along, hears you your eyes so starry! Garcia, the Cuban revolutionary?
and cold and dangerous. She started to smile. It the
her story and destroys the Invitations. was 2.
She wondered who the man was first time in Who painted the renown Sis- The Answers
Her fiance's grandfather, Admiral Duncan ages that Paul had said
calls on Zorle and fairly forces her who had been standing outside her such nice things to her. Then she tine Madonna? 9 I .

to accept a job writing his memoirs. stateroom door lighting a cigarette saw his expression. He was white 3. What is the name of the knob- 1. Elbert Hubbard. ,

Zorie's Aunt Hannah endeavors to keep ,-the short, powerful-looking, slop- with rage. His green eyes were so like protuberance on the front ofa 2. Raphael.
Zone with her, but Admiral Duncan wins. ing shouldered man she had seen at dark they looked black. And his saddle? 3. Pommel.
The handsome stranger, who proves to 4. Your elbow. .
the bar with Mr. !Lanning. mouth 4. Which .
was thin and hard. part of
be Steve Duncan, brother of Paul Duncan your body can'tyou 5. Spain.
her sweetheart, picks up her suitcases "Amber, Steve was saying, "has He stared at her. "I was afraidit touch with both hands at the 6. .:t

and deposits them on the steamer, spent most of her life in Marti- might happen, but I never same time? Augustine. ,.:.
Samoa. the the steamer nique. She was driven out when dreamed it 7. Asbestos. ..... '
During night would happen so fast! 5. In what country is the ancient
pulls away from the San Francisco pier, Martinique went to Vichy." "W-what?" Zone stammered. fortress the Alhambra? 8. A preliminary draft of a 1
for Han ad. "I Zorie said trying to treaty. '
suppose, Something, was terribly wrong, but '
,control the quaver in her voice, she could not guess what it was.

CHAPTER VI "they're old friends of yours." "No," Paul said in a brittle voice. Gay Toy Chest Made
Easily of "
"In a way. "You can't realize how obvious it is Scrap :,
He was talking about Uluwehi as "Where did you meet them?" -how you've overboard for :,.'
gone Has ,
if it were a shrine. Paul had told "I met him in Lisbon. He had him!" Plywood; Folding Table as Top -

her very little about Uluwehi. He been hiding with friends in Cannes "Who?" Zorie wailed.

had told her it was a show place and he'd just got across the border.I "Who!" he mocked her. He looked By Ruth Wyeth Spears .

and she had somehow got the impression met Amber when we reached New angry enough to strike her. "All

that there was a big red York. She'd just got out of Marti- right!" he snapped. "Let me tell CHEST MAY BE MADE WITH OR WITHOUT has a table just the right height',:

brick house with white columns, nique with her skin. She's a charm- you a couple of things I neglectedto I WHEELS AND ROPE HANDLES for play. When Mother wants to 1
closely resembling the Ellen Had- ing person, isn't she?" STENCIL THE
mention about this big glamorous r move, toys and all are trundled .
den Memorial Library but set in "Isn't she?" Zorie echoed. DECORATIONSLID t
humbug you've gone overboard for! along until it is time for pandas
vast formal lawns. She recalled The Lannings, it wasn't hard to I thought you might take my word and dolls to be tucked
that the full name of it was UluwehiE guess, were also Nazis. Why were for it! I thought you might use some under' the star-spangled top for

Kai, which meant a profusion of they on this ship, going to Hawaii discretion! You've"asked for it-and another night.

growing things by the sea. ? But why, most important of here it is!" .
"The house is built in a cove," ,_
He paused a moment. She had NOTE: Pattern is available to readers
Steve was saying "with the mountains -
never before seen Paul really lose showing how to make this chest and fold.
coming down sheer on each ing table top. Also illustrated directions for
his temper. He could hardly articu-
side. The front yard is a big lawn decoration with stencils which require no
is late, he was so furious. special skill for perfect results. Color
shaded by palms. Beyond them
"My lovely big brother is nothing OF guide is included. Ask for Pattern 252 and I(,
a reach of golden sand and the Pa- TOY CHEST <
enclose .15 cents with f
less than Nazi If he isn't HINGED name and address. ,
a spy now, BECOMES A
cific which
shades off from jade- Y
he certainly has been! He's been a LEGS PLAY TABLE
to bright blue and deep
green pur- MRS.
ple. Behind the house is a hillside traitor to his own country! He was the scalloped bor- Bedford Hills New York '.,'
covered with kicked out of the United States Navy STENCILING Drawer 10
purple bougainvillea
for insubordination. He went skulk- bright stars and topsy-
at some seasons, and yellow trum- turvy letters this Enclose 15 cents for Pattern
ing and sulking off to Germany and on gay toy chestis No. 252.
flowers at
pet others.
"Yes." Zorie was really thinkingmore turned Nazi! But even they got fed sure to put you in the Christmas Name.................................
spirit. The chest itself
is to
with him! do easy
about Steve's deep, caressing up Why you suppose" make from scraps of plywood andit Address...............................
they kicked him out of Germany?
voice than she was about what he has
a number of special features
Paul hesitated. Zorie saw sweat
saying. It rich voice.
was was a
that will
please Mother as wellas
running down his face.
She was seeing him, leaning againsta the
youngsters.The .
palm tree with a guitar and sing- ; "Because he was having an affair This i
ing old Hawaiian songs to her. with one of Goering's girl friendsl""Paul rope handles and wooden Home-iv1ixed

The music had stopped. He !" Zorie protested. wheels make it possible to movea f'

stepped away from her, holding his "It's all true! And that's the kind complete assortment of toys to Cough Syrup Is

hand lightly under her elbow, to balance of man you prefer to ,me!" any convenient spot. Then off ,Most

her against the slight roll of He wheeled away and strode down comes the lid; folding legs are EffectiveEasily

the ship. \.i 3 the deck. Zorie turned and lookedat opened up; and Little Miss ,Muffit Mixed., Needs No Cooking.

Miss Lanning saw her, stared at : : > 1E a'cy the moon, which had unrolleda Cough medicines usually contain a

her arid smiled coolly; then she saw silver carpet all the way across large quantity plain syrup-a good

Steve and 'her smile promptly be- the ocean for her especial benefit. ingredient, but one which you can

came a bright, living thing. How much of what Paul had said /U1. easily make at home. Take 2 cups of
granulated sugar and 1 cup of water,
She waved at Steve. She car- was true she could not know. She and stir a few moments until dis

roled: "Stevie!" didn't want to believe any of it But PPJ solved. Or use corn syrup or liquid

'-. Zorie's heart was climbing into one of his accusations, she realized, honey instead of sugar syrup. .t.

her throat. For a moment she was true. In spite of what she knew Then get from any druggist 2% ,.
ounces of Pines, it into
pour a pint
thought she would faint., e -over the protests of ,all' her in- Forecast bottle and add your syrup. This gives

*Yftsh"was to be out of this room stincts-she had fallen in love with Jasper-It's going to be tough you a full pint of wonderful medicine

Steve was dancing' over to them, Steve. sledding around here tomorrow. for coughs due to colds. It makes a
and they were dancing over to meet Zorie returned to her stateroom to real saving because it gives you about
Joe-Why four times as much for
your money.
Steve. The four of them formed a find that someone had gone through Jasper-There's no snow. It,never spoils, and tastes fine.

slowly shuffling huddle in the middleof her trunk! She had disarranged This is actually a surprisingly effective -

the floor. things a little when she had dressed, quick-acting cough relief.
Short One
The man with Miss Lanning was The breeze was coolon her but she hadn't left them like this. Promptly you feel it taking hold. It
Miss Brown-How did
you oversleep loosens phlegm, soothes the irri-
staring at Zorie with halfliddedeyes. cheeks. A moon was rising off the Things that had been on the bottom this morning, Betty? tated membranes and makes breath-

His smile made his eyes even stern. were now on the top. Everything in Betty-Because there are eight of us ing easy. You've never seen anything-

more sinister."I all Steve the trunk was topsy-turvy. in the house, and the alarm was set better for prompt and pleasing results.
was being so solicitous
heard you were aboard," Miss kind so Amber Lanning was evidently determined for set en. Pinex is a special compound"of
so sweet to her?
ingredients in
Lanning said, and her dark to leave no stone unturned.On proven concentrated t.
eyes form,
Amber most
Lanning, smiling and beau- a reliable soothing agent
and her smile and her voice all tiful, was coming across the deck top of the jumble of the trunk's A sultan at odds' with his harem, for throat and bronchial membranes.

seemed to sparkle. toward them. contents was the carbon of a thesis thought of, a way he could Money refunded If it doesn't please f'

Her partner said, in a suave, cultured "Stevie!" she cried gayly. "Whenare Zorie had copied several years ago. scarem. He caught him a mouse, you in every way.GOODTASTING.

voice: "It's awfully nice to It was entitled: A Critical Surveyof set it loose in the house, and
going to ask for
see you again, Stephen." dance you?" me a, the Retooling of the Waffenfabrik started the first harem scarem.

"Miss Corey," Steve was saying. Krupp Plant for Increased Wartime .

"Miss Lanning-Winthrop Lanning." enviously That was, to the do things.way, Zorie Be thought Be Production. Sensational r'c; '

"We know each other," Amber sure. Be bold. If she lived gay.to bea Zorie had saved it because she An actress approached her pub- w: : I

Lanning said with no enthusiasm."We hundred, she'd never have the had thought, for a while, that she licity man and said:' "Look here,
have the same cabin." was in love with the young man who I don't seem to be much in the
r courage to up to a man in that
"I think we, almost met earlier," cocksure way and ask him for I had written it.. He had been an engineering news at present. Can't you thinkof
Winthrop Lanning said. He, still a student-a for
was dance. She could, if she wished exchange Ba- something really startling
staring at Zorie. varian, blue-eyed and flaxen-haired, me?"
make things difficult for this
It was his eyes, under their partly who had, after his experiences in The press agent looked thoughtful -
: arrogant young 'woman. She
, lowered lids,, that Zorie would re- assert her proprietorship and the new Germany, loved everything and puzzled his brains."I .
member-so cold, so knowing, so would have to decline American. He was an ardent anti- have it," he said at length. .
:: questing that they frightened her to as gracefullyas Nazi. "What about being seen out with .
'I possible, dance with Amber yt
'. with their betrayal of the life he Lanning."If The stateroom door seemed to your husband one day ,next

: had led. Their voices hardly reached Miss burst open. Amber Lanning came week?"
; her brain. All you, Lanning said gayly
: that she could cope to Zorie, "don't. mind my stealing in, humming loudly. Zone closed
with just then
was stupendous him for a moment." her eyes, played: possum.
.:' fact that Steve knew these people, "Asleep?" Miss Lanning cried. Vicious Ants and HollowTree
"Oh, no, Zorie said effusively."I TONIC
that he was on the friendliest of Zorie said nothing and kept her
,'''I': terms with them. have some, things to attend to. eyes a Team of NatureOne
Good-tasting Scott's Emulsion contains .
I'll later "
see you ,
The ship rolled. Steve and Zorie "Thank shut.Miss Lanning slammed the door, natural A & D Vitamins often neededto
you, Steve said but
were carried from the he of the most unusual of treesIs help build stamina and resistance
away Lan-
said it hesitantly, and he'was switched on the light. Humming, (..
nings.: Zorie felt suffocated. Steve watch- occasionally breaking into clear the barrasanta or "ant tree" colds and minor ills. Helps build strong
her with tender .
. ..ql was looking at her with grave solici' ing with solicitude, almost words, she undressed, hungup grown in sparsely populated east bones and sound teeth,too! Give good-
reproach, as if he regretted prano Colombia South America). A Scott's
tude. turned out the ern ( tasting daily, the year-round
her not,asserting her rights. her things, light,
"Do feel the motion small slender tree with red flower -
you ? When, she wondered bitterly, as and went to bed. '. Recommended by Many Doctors
"Will-will the barrasanta has a hollow
you take me out of the ,
they walked away, would this While resenting very presenceof
here? she answered. trunk; which houses a swarm of
selfish girl in the
Where would it end? When would this rude, same
Steve took her firmly by the vicious, biting ants.
elbow. she bestir herself and stop letting room, Zorie fell asleep.
c She glanced up at him as they left everyone use her for a doormat? She was awakened by a persistent A perfect- team of nature-tree

the floor. He looked as if nothing Her meekness was nothing but a irregular thumping against the foot protects the ants against the elements -

's had happened or was happening. habit into which she had fallen years of her bed. I the ants protect the tree
They crossed the deck to the'rail against animals and man.
ago. The people who took advan- A bar of moonlight was shining
;, and leaned on it. Steve was study- of the
tage of it-the Professor Folsomes, through each portholes. The
r:'':, ing her face with the tender solicitude the Mrs. Folsomes, the Aunt Han- door of the closet at the foot of her '

of a lover. nahs, the Pauls, the Admiral Dun- bed was open. Miss Lanning had

The breeze was cool on her hot cans-had no respect for her. evidently left it unlatched, and each I

cheeks. A moon, a little past full, Her meekness Zorie rolled the door '
realized, wasa time the ship swung ptSflrAnytime.
was rising off the stern. fault that, if not corrected would and thumped the end of Zorie's bed. teS

cvj "In a moment," Steve said in his ruin her life. Paul treated her as She got up and closed it. She 1as

deep musical voice, "it will lay a sil- he did only because she invited it. tried it. The latch held. She went

ver carpet all the way across the He hadn't treated her that way at back to bed and to sleep. She was I tqft'CORN .

ocean for"your especial benefit." first. He had been as solicitous, as awakened sometime later by the I Ii

"I she began, and faltered. admiring as Steve was now. Little same thumping. It was hard for hero

f ;, "Who are the Lannings?" by little, because she never protested realize that Miss Lanning-"She's LAS .f

r' "They're" really very pathetic'people Paul had acquired this unfair a charming person, isn't she? Lots -f
he said, "and putting attitude. The blame "
up a wasn't Paul's. of fun, Steve had said-would deliberately -

muddled very brave Refugees are sad If Steve knew her long enough, he, get up and open that doorto Great Foods .t1;

people. -he from too, would slip into the same atti spoil her sleep. But Zorie was "Tho Grains are bring you J1if 51'
; ; Paris, she from Martinique. They're tude. rapidly learning that Miss Kellogg's Corn Flakes
homeless and almost Lanning, food elements iiI
Steve Zorie was so furious at herself as well as being charming and lots nearly all the protective declared essential 'I
was speaking with deep feel- she was almost crying. She did not of fun, was a female fiend of infinite of the whole grain
ing, as if he sincerely meant what hear Paul \ nutrition. F LA K i .
he coming along the deck. resources and with the unswerving to human E S ,, ''
,was saying, but Zorie did i'
not She wasn't aware of him until he determination of a piledriver.TO '
believe him. She did not believe the stopped beside her and spoke. ( BE CONTINUED) I


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Handsome EnsemblesAre -r-I
: Jewelry

: CHEERFUL C"ER.VBI. Gems of Thought
I. ,
I'w.rt to be cKeerfbl I InspirationBy THE resolute turning from

think that its wie. forgetting one's ills and

But deliver met ple 5c:.,' CHERIE NICHOLAS I Ir one's troubles often is found to
be all that is needed to over-
from the pesto ....... come them. :

L1{, atya With smile 1 when s IwtiOServk Nae treasures, nor pleasures, "

yoJve lost spar list cent, Could make us happy long;
'Our trouble ere fcJi l for r Notes of an Innocent Bystander: The heart's aye the part aye.
This reporter couldn't believe his That makes us right or rang.
the beat"WNU nose while reading a Variety report -ROBERT BURNS.

(R'T'C"rut I ( ;) about the latest odious antics of Not he who has little, but he

VO Wvo y blue-pencilers. But it happened in who wishes for more, is p or.-

; America 1944. Nonsensorshipacts Seneca.

as if it were a candidate for Idleness is only the refuge of
: the booby hatch. Frixample: weak minds and the holiday of

! rI NBCensors nixed a March of Time fools.Chesterfield.Judge .
dramatization of M. Halsey's tome
not thy friend until
"Some of Best Friends Are Sol
I My thou
standest in "his place.-
I diers." The book's theme blasts in-
Features. Rabbi HilIe1.RELIEVE
'+:# ; cfrrs : tolerance. The censor claimedthe

dramatization violated censor-

ship policies (his own?), especiallyon

CLASSIFIED'DEPARTMENT the controversial subject angle
\ c
yL and was quoted: "You can say noth-

ing about intolerance!" That E
remark must make the Constitution 7COLDS'

shiver. The Bill of Rights has been I
"i USED TRUCKSUSED stabbed with censorial scissors. I

TRUCK IIEADQTTARTERS We You can't say anything about in- :

hare them, practically all makes models tolerance in Germany. Opposing intolerance
and sizes. K-BOY MOTOR SALES 105 At bedtime rub throat,chest and back:
j : would only lead to a con-
Lee Street, Phone fi-1949. Jacksonville Tla.
with Vicks VapoRub to ease coughing
with Hitler and his swasti-
loosen up the phlegm,help relieve con-
.,. skunks here. Does the censor fear
SALESMAN WANTED : Y. \aA{ .x mynyw.Mwp v/rxnwn)(.A\ gestion in upper bronchial tubes,invite
r offending them? Our soldiersare restful sleep. Relief comes as VapoRub
shedding their blood while'fight.
to represent Manufacturer's Na- ing intolerance-but an American tubes with its special medicinal vapors,
tionally-known "Essential" line. Full timeor can't oppose it with words. It
side line. Weekly drawing against liberal STIMULATES chest and back: sur-
commission. No investment. Samples seems a censor in America desiresto faces like a warming poultice.
compact. Work small or large established
J: witha
erect concentration
J territory. No experience our line required.Car a camp Often by morning most of the mis-
necessary. Permanent. Replies confi foundation of blue-pencils. Could ery of the cold is gone! Remernber-
dential. Write SALES DEPT. 2301 Madison -
Ave. (61. St. Louis Mo. I anything be more arrogant and dan- ONLY VAPORUB Gives You this spe
'. gerous? cial double action. It's time-tested

: home-proved...the best-known home
1 FOR RENT Wend ll Willkie wrote these remedy for relievA jp& *

i words a few years ago. They ing miseries ofchildren's V"< vet ine S
_.. _.... colds.
'4V A P 0 RUB
for rent m'':: w : ''*''' :w should be memorized by every
THOMAS DANIEL Millen. Ga. :1'k\\ "
IN KEEPING with the new trend American: "My creed, if I were
p I elegance that is so obvious ( .' asked to define it, would run

HEARING AID throughout the new fashions, evening tcWd .<' something like this: I believe in MARRIED 10 YEARS?

costumes take on ultra formal- .' -/Jj America because in it we are
; ., )
Happy and full of vim and
HEARING ? ity because of the unusual and : ""x':::< '" free-free to choose our govern- peppy as
, DOC OwR's very vigor as the day you were married? Or
CLEARLY DISCOVERYTaco lovely jewelry worn with them tlJtlfI ment, to speak our minds, to observe has making a home raising a family
I Ear Oil, a prescription to treat head Nothing in the way of accessories our different religions. and hard work made you feel like an old
noises, clogged-up feeling, ringing, hissing, could be more eye-appealing than ____., Because we are generous with man or old woman? If you're always
hzzlness, roaring in the head. Dry scaly T d < tired out, feel loggy and run-down-your
itch ears sometimes a forerunner of deaf the exquisite jewelry ensembles created our freedom we share our be functioning under vita
system: may a
It is wonderful to hear after
:ness. clearly
bstruction is removed. Relieves severe by designers who have recap worn as' accessories to one's costume rights with those who disagree min-mineral deficiency. Try the Vita-
earache. Send $2 today for 20 applications tured the artistry and finesse of, the as milady to the right in the with us. Because we hateno Berles 10 day treatment.-A special
delivered. combination of essential minerals and
beautiful in the picture wears them. Here gold people and covet man's
, VACO EAR OIL CO. jewels worn sump- no 2,000 units of Vitamin B-l. No reason
210OddFeHowsBldDept.l5RaleIgh.N.C.Buy tuous Victorian period. snakechain makes a gracefully land. Because we are why married folks shouldn't be as pep-

lj,I According to the new showings, draped necklace with clusters of blessed with a natural and varied py and romantic as the day they were

I the trend this year is to ensemble pink tourmalines accented with dia abundance. Because we married. Vita-Berles only $1.00 ,t your

War Savings Bonds jewels in groups of matching neck- monds. set no limit to -a man's achieve drug store.

lace, bracelet, earrings and various The revival of chokers and dog ment; in mine, factory, field, or VITA-BERLES SALES COMPANY
other intriguing items such as the collars this season is the big sensation service in business or the arts 12630 Superior Ave. Cleveland, Ohio

4 new and elegant chokers and chate- that is causing no-end excite- an able man regardless of classor

How To' Relieve laines, the breath-taking lovelinessof ment among fashion followers at creed, can realize his ambition

which baffles description.It 'present. These jeweled bands about . Because we have great
would be difficult to find among the throat favor pearls. It is ever dreams-and because we have

H BronchitisCreomulslon the new collections a more beautiful so smart to wear a pearl choker the opportunity to make those
ensemble than the matching neck- about the round neckline of a mod- dreams come true." ;

relieves promptly because lace, bracelet and earrings wroughtof ish black dress. The type seen mostis

it goes right to the seat of the seed pearls in the exquisite Vic- the several-strand pearl chokerof In Fewer Words: It was easy for ita"

trouble to help loosen and expel torian manner, as shown to the left Victorian inspiration. It's niceto Willkie's enemies to hurt his heartit q

germ laden phlegm and aid nature in the illustration. The fringed endsof know that most of the now-so- was such a big,target. Whenwe i
to soothe and heal raw, tender inflamed
j bronchial mucous mem- the pearl strands are tipped with fashionable chokers or dog collars heard that Willkie passed awayin

branes. Tell your druggist to sell you pastel colored stones which match have bracelets and earrings to his sleep it recalled the tribute

a bottle of Creomulsion with the un- the clasps. The passion for pearlsis match. that was once paid to another famed

,i .J derstanding you must like the way It more so than ever this season andit .The choker shown in the inset is American: "Death had to take him
quickly allays the cough
to have your money back.CREOMULSION or. you are adds fervor to the enthusiasm of formed of gold chains. Earrings of in his sleep-it didn't have the cour-

I fashion-wise women that they are antique gold worn with it give the age to approach hm while he was

available in such fascinating new elegant look that best-dressed women looking."

for Coughs,Chest Colds,Bronchitis effects as here shown. covet. Choice gold jewelry hasa

Evenings become more formal very high fashion rating this year, A short time ago this reporter

with orchids and beautiful jewels many pieces being replicas of heirloom made public evidence revealing the

in designs. coddling of Axis war prisoners here. :

WOMEN YOUR S Short Dinner FrockFeatured Another thrill in'the jewelry realmis Our exposes were confirmed by ;

the return of the coiffure comb. many newspapers and magazines.

Do You Hate HOT FLASHES? Today combs are considered jewelry Now the House Military Af- !,

If you suffer from hot flashes, feel many being studded with color- fairs Committee announces that Axis
weak nervous, a bit blue at times- ful stones crowned war prisoners have not been cod- MOLLY PITCHER
or mounted with
all due to the functional "middle- dled. Eeeeekkkk! TOOK A
.. age" period peculiar to women-try pearls. The pearls which give distinction MANS PART IN THE AMERICAN ,
Lydia E. PinkhAm's Vegetable Com-
to the hairdo shown in the
pound to relieve such symptoms. REVOLUTION BY REPLACING \.
A Federal Grand Jury's report on
Taken regularly-Plnkham's Compound inset are formed of gold bands on
) Philly's recent hate strike' reveals! HER WOUNDED HUSBAND
A helps build up resistance ity y' rr which are mounted rows of delicate
against such annoying symptoms.Plnkham's fleur de lis. that 1776 bigots refused to work BEHIND A CANNON.
Compound Is made
with eight Negro workers. In
especially for women-it helps nature For
smart fashion
"I and that's the kind of medicine gesture you short: The 1776 Americansdidn'thave
to buyl Follow label directions. must wear style-right jewelry with its spirit. 'i THE FAMOUS NU-MAID


f yf i9r lace and matching earrings worn
Paulette Goddard told
J Y" % with the tailleur shown centered at ,
interviewer: "You can always make SPREAD
the top are of two-tone gold
AT money, and if you can't, it doesn't IN THE MINDS OF
FIRST flexible links worked like a coat of 6 ,
SIGH OF make any difference." Paulette MILLIONS.NU-MAID is
A -D mail. Perfect to wear with your
means it doesn't make difference -
Ji !
r fSSi f// if you're rich.
i There's important news in the new THE MILD,SMOPTH,

c.: USE666 and exceedingly chic chatelainesthat Faces About Town: Donald Nel iI 1'Ir' CHURNED-FRESH
i\ *t I FLAVOR.At .
I look so modern and elegant son, whose latest and best offer to
worn across the front of a suit- return to private industry is $200,000. r

.. Cold Preparations as directed jacket or arranged about its pocket. Henry Kaiser building postwar

';x rn There's big news too, in the man- world on' a tablecloth at Henri's.

l imu-7 48-44Kidneys nish fobs which are excitingly nov- Myrna Loy stealing the showat your fable, use NU-MAID, the only
I l el in the feminine picture. You the Stork. Mrs. Roosevelt margarine certified by its wake to b* '
i ir't'ryy wear them anywhere they will show entering the enemy's battlelines (the the "Table-Grade" margarine. Use Jt gen '

Ii Must yry 1 off; best, suspended over the top of News Bldg), where her syndicate is. erously far ,
j your jacket pocket, dangling from (0J3l\/4\//A| seasoning ond

::1:1'I your belt or arranged like a cor- Manhattan Mural: He is a well- v o frying, tool

tJ'I Iy sage brooch on your bodice or known star from Hollywood, recently
; For You To Feel Well blouse. here on an alcoholiday. Aftera

'Ii! 24 hours every day 7 days every rlx y r'a': fAa Released by Western Newspaper Union. long day and night of making, the
r I I I week, never stopping, the kidneys filter a 4 4 joynts some pals defied the 4 a. m.
0\ waste matter from the blood. iu
I .If more people were aware of how the 3/
kidneys must constantly remove BUT which never closes. The pals
I plus matter fluid that, excess cannot acids stay and in-other the waste blood du/r&1IyJX' Feature of New Blouses introduced the star as "a police offi
: without Injury to health, there "
would cial. On the out the
be There is vast way pro- ,
I better understanding of why the such a showing of ?
to whole function system properly.is upset when kidneys fail sVL; beautiful costume jewelry this sea- prietor vigorously shook hands with l WlIuJSu/feIl

Its Burning,scanty or too frequent urina- r son, that it may account for the the; very drunk actor-and slipped FOt MIIOI ACRES IK Mill IF
tion sometimes warns that something --- tremendous of the $20; into his pawl! '
is wrong. You may suffer nagging backache -
i;, headaches, dizziness, rheumatic at a recent fashion show with the jewel neckline. You can I
pains, getting up at nilthtsl.swelling.. held at the Waldorf-Astoria wear the Sounds in the Night: At the Zanzibar t
., Why not try Doan't Filial You wIll this new choker so becominglywith
..,.,. be using a medicine recommended the voguish frock reaffirmed the importance these high close-fitting necks, : "He's the fair-haired bey of
I country over.Doan't stimulate the I unc of black with likewise' the foul-ball set." At Versailles: > 5..j---- JJ.U i-* t
ton( of the kidneys and help them to glitter as wellas your one, two or three-
i flush out poisonous waste from the continued interest in the short- strand pearls. You can arrange a "Her definition of a bachelor is a
: blood. They contain nothing harmfuL selfish, undeserving guy who has r
length The all-over flock of
Get Doan't today. Uso with confidence. gown. se- new scatter pins very
At all drug stores.DOAN quin embroidery is done in the scroll becomingly in connection with the cheated some woman out of a di-
in vorce." At the Onyx: "Hmf.
pattern a most designful
way. new jewel neckline. Many smart
SPILLS Black accessories add to the high- frocks, especially the basic blacks They[ argue about what kind of a Large Bottled" ttufroO'122-Small! Size 60c
to give Germany, which has *C1ITOI! : ISE OUT IS DlaECTEDAT *
style mood of the costume. have this neckline peace
new also. ,
Kill rieeipl price
Ul tOOD DUE man ir u
the world I
given; no peace
MciEit nine C9.. ....jmsonuu 1. FlORIDIJUE

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I FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8-, 1 oss.-.

The Clewiston News (..:..:..:..:..:..:..:0.:":":":":":":":":""' :";:":":":":":":" time letter No. 4 arrived (Pat numbers I assigned to a certain link trainer-
all of the letterg he writes I 30
so I pump, inch modified
that Mauryne will know if any have and his Instructor, after noticing|
Published every Friday In Clewiston been lost) he was beginning I{1 the name given, introduced himself' barrel with shells.
Tnc.Florida, by the CLEWISTON' NEWS. With little out of patience with him to but geta I as Bill Read, formerly of Clewis II II Also c..'), '
hadn't learned enough native words ton. Bill is there as a trainee and model 95 Winchester

Entered as second class mall matter to bawl him out. In this letter he has pre-flight.been since June waiting for I deer rifle 30.40
February 1, 1927, at, the Post Office in Our tells how ravenously hungry the I calibre-
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of H Boys fliers become after flying for several p 5 5 excellent
:+March 3, 1897. mechanically
hours 'breathing Ensign William 1 ,
oxygen but also 'C. Owen is expected -
r theService unbearably sleepy when they get to arrive in Clewiston next stock scratched 2 1-2
CARR SETTLE, Publisher in down, often falling asleep while at Tuesday for a visit of a couple of

,.------ r Ji tempting to satisfy their hunger. I days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. boxes factory ammuni-
Subscription Rate fJ.50 Per Year.A..dTcrtbfDg He tells also of the native drums W. C. Owen, before reporting to
states On Application. IL which beat each night, three soft' I Norfolk, Va., his new assignment.. ,tion. H. R. Brinton, Jr.

beats, a pause and then ar loud beat, He has been stationed at Platts- 'Box 7247.
1 It
the loud beats coming exactly every burg, N. Y. !
Devoted to the advancement and welfare two seconds, thirty per minute for e

of Clewjston and Hendry County. M:N:N:N:N N:N:M":N N-:N:"N:":Y:N"N:":":M:N:":N: hours at a time stopping sometime Friends of Sgt. Hub Spooner will WANTED Waitressfor r.
'-'--- I during the night, no one knowing be glad to learn his address for

Mrs Glen Harris reports that her exactly when. we're quite sure they'll want to drop Canebrake Restaurant -

NATIONAL DITORIALiSSOCIATION- husband, Pfc. Harris, U. S. En- He closes this letter by telling of him a letter or card to brighten up
1 gineer' Corps, is now with the 3rd running up on a cadet from Riddle I.his hours of convalescence from Good salary and

Army in Germany. Mrs Harris re- Field, named Wierks and of how wounds received in France. He Is good hours. J..
nice it was to talk to now at Dagorette -
ceived, a short time ago, an arm someone who Finnej Hospital in
emblem off a captured German pris- knows things and -neonle. -- at-- hnm--... I Thomasville, Ga.BE' Mgr. 1 tc.

oner which Pfc. Harris took great Wish we could print every wordof I
delight in removing from said Pat's letters for they would be
Japan had an earthquake on Pearl of considerable interest SURE TO BUY WAR BONDS
Harbor Day. Or it could have beena well and can't be FOR SALE-Outboard motor, Ben-
squadron of B-29s. # very condensed. dix, 14 h.p., air cooled, 180 de- ,
Of interest to his many friends in FOR SALE-Practicall grec steering, Bendix Airplane Magr.eto f
Clewiston is the fact that 1Irs.V.. A. j. Thielen, Sr., tells us of a yi I. Strombcr Carburetor, weight
Greece is getting pretty hot and letter and picture he new model 620 Stevens-
M. Johnson has received word that received from 27Vz lbs. Excellent condition Ap-
it's difficulty to tell what's cook- ,' her husband, Pvt. "W. M. (Frenchy) his son, Duane, who is also somewhere 12 i ply office, Glade County Democrat
ing. Johnson, has been transferred to in India. The picture show- Browning g u age :I Moore Haven, Fla.
ed him with a big tiger he had )i
overseas duty in the European bagged --.
The Germans are reported to be theatre of and in the letter he told several '. _
operations. ,' "'L.r -"L--.w'l.7' ::.i( ,, .:'iR: .T"I.1l'fi'.T.l: = 't: ; ,
evacuating the Saar basin and have '. other interesting experiences. One :i!
conceded its conquest to the Allies. of these was to discover upon ,
Should we say we're Saary? I Also of great interest is news awakening one morning, to see a i I I HOW
that A-C John R.
Robbins is now big, cobra making itself at home in
in his last phase of flight trainingat the door of his' tent. His cue <
Tuberculosis has killed was
more peo- Frederick, Oklahoma. This ad- ,
ple since the start of the war by far vanced training is on B-25's and to flute be with nonchalant which and reach for his NOT TO FORGET
to charm it but
than have been killed in'combat. John writes that he's about
Help fight this disease by buying ; somehow we have our doubts if that
flying these beautiful bombers. John
is what happened.
Christmas seals, now on sale. will receive his commission in Feb- "i i AN OSLIGATONI

auary and A\ill return to Clewiston I "
And letter from ,
Ruth Nail
There aren't'too many shopping for a .short leave at that, time. Pensacola from
giving us the new address j I
days before Christmas and not too 9
of her husband, Pvt. Walker, F.
much to shop for. The easiest way Many of us were very happy to Nail, and asking us for addresses of important for you to remember
to do that Christmas shopping is to hear that Pvt. Oliver H. Martinezhas any Clewiston ;
boys who may be in ;
buy war bonds.If been released from the hospitaland France whom he i
might some of these J!
that he has rejoined his
com- days contact.: She
says Walker) .
you are one of the fortunates ,atipns.pany in the Pacific' theatre' of' op- r-' likes France very well and is,. .ending 1 YOU'RE the loser if you- don't have money ready for
who still possess a car and enough her some souvenirs home from there. f"
.. < < j such things as life insurance premiums, income tax payments f0-
gas tickets ,to drive you'd better She now has a coin :hrlPP1P't, fmm !
save back a little money to buy a I'I Mauryue McGehee "loaned" us a France as well as one from England.v .1. : hospital and doctor bills Of course' you may' be
tag. They're now on sale. ;couple .of letters from her husband, of English coins and o'ther !
'Pat English able to borrow the money. But if you ,start a .s vings account .
F-O McGehee, who is now stationed souvenirs.
THREE YEARS 'somewhere' in' India with ttye ; I and keep on saving, you get interest instead of pay-

I Air Transport Command and these Lt. V..' R. Beardsley.'left Sunday I ing it-and you get, also, the peace of mind that only a

Yesterday was ,the third anniversary ." most letters interesting, on :the whole', .are about 'the for Fort Bragg. N'f Q.,, ::after 'spending budget and a bank balance can provide. '
; w -e. a cha'ncetoread. a '
of Japan's sneak attack on couple of week's Jeaye' here
JUaybe it's' I
the United States at Pearl Harbor j ,. because Pat had with: his parents, Mr., 'and-}Mrs.; j. E'I ii
served for EC time as. a base. censor i '
Beaj siey.5From,4Ayiatlrona. ,
an attack which came much c1osrthan : ; .. : I /..
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most people realize. to bringing, d knew,,nojewrit exactly. ."what' ,\<-he cpuld, a/and' / .-. 'j *; *" ': BANK BY MAIl/-: Addressed Envelope
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Thre'eykars: later we find "ourselves tcil spots;.'m Ibis'COht IiYj'.' Beardsley Turner Field, jUbany.! Provided I.
Well' on ,the ;way toward 'com- n his :first letter after his arrival Ga., comes a letter to his dad}/n his; ,

plete revenge for this attack but we he said that the' trip over was very birthday written just after he: had :
also know that we are'fighting a na- I nice., that hev" was' writing by candlelight been given a check ride*on a B-25

tion which can't be licked with one' since_ someone'fhad, neglectedto .I by his Flight Commander.:. He and ; : The Florida National Bank
hand behind our back. It's been a turn on the electricity and was his roommate were given" a "B"
big job to as far have rating after the ride which considered -
go as we and peeping' out of a head net trying to s. i
it will be a much bigger job to go. ward off' mosquitoes. arid malaria. tops although Dan says his I at BELLE GLADE ;,
the remainder of the way. I He said the country was very beau- take offs weren't so hot. He's now I

We who are'unable' to kill Japs J,.tiful! and they were.quartered in na- had six hours in a B25'and needs j t
and Nazis on the front lines have i j tive; cashas or huts made of woven another. six before going out on team r
plenty of ways in which to help backup I''I bamboo with thatched roofs and ride. Says he still has hopes that I Member Florida National Group of Banks

the younger fellows who are. The from the noises he judged that a he'll learn to fly the ship by'him- .\ t

purchase of war bonds with every I full menagerie lives over his head. self. The day before he had been i \ _. .,.. _:... -- --

dime possible above actual living The, food, Pat says, isn't bad and
expenses, the donation. of blood for I! neither is the water if. there were C/, !:'!i!. r=e!
plasma for wounded soldiers, and -
help any Saturday night baths aie '- \
to the Red Cross: 1d' the 'other organizations nothing to joke about-they're I '

which have been doinga I.lucky if they get baths that often.
splendid work, and by working to Later on in the first letter Pat ANNOUNC.ElVJENT.:
the limit of our ability to carryon Mentions his bearer:',a native boy ; : ;

1R the work that must be done w ill put I who he says is quite handy to have ;,)

us into the fight also, and prevent I, around, taking care of all menial ;:,:,:. .+ ..
: that feeling that we're not doing '-tasks for fifteen
our part. few "Melcan rupees ciglets.;a"month By anda the r.. ; We have purchased t\e stock and fixtures ofA1ston' : '
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.......... .. I forty years of experience tells me toms building in Miami to cost .$1- to brighten our landscap. Shade of men. Suitable metal .
<";"i":": ":o.o.. : : : : : : ) i that all that is "off the record." plaques attached -
350,000.Site trees to protect us from the hot
sun, to the trees will make John
I All I can do is attempt to givejrou for the building donated hard-wooded trees to
was protect us and Bill live on in their home town
,( Too Late To ClassifyBy the highlights. I have messed by the city of Miami at the cornerof from the violent storm, soil-building for many years to come, taking an
around hotel lobbies for years butt trees that
I NE 9th Street and Biscayne take chemicals from the, active part in the job of making
this one at the Tampa Terrace has Blvd. Preliminary plans call for water and air about them to enrich J!i that town a better place to live.A .
RUSSELL KAY got 'em all beat, even the best that construction of a four story building our lands, showy-flowered trees that

Tallahassee can offer. which would not only house the customs ; -. put beauty In our, hearts-these are I decision on what kinds of trees

Picture if you can Bill Outman office but also the naturalization -': the trees Florida needs and which Ito 1 I plant should be based on considerations
:":((":" :"':":": :"X"o(": :o.1
:: of the location
.ravingabout Ramie, Walter Hays service, immigration service and J i the tropics: of all the world can so in Flor-
talking about cows on the highways, United States Public Health servioe. I richly and willingly provide., ida; whether it is desired to provide
Darn Harold Colee it's all his
Chester Treadway-planning"': and Major Angle said that he expected -!I The desire to establish memorials just shade or flowers or both, whether -
: ought to be a law the
chain storing, John Sherman and to discuss the matter within ,the for loved ones who fail to return trees must be evergreen, what
.against anybody holding a conven- I I I kind of soil will
Basil Kinney lumbering around, next few days with Senator Charles from the wars, gives impetus to the used, whether
tion FlorIda
Monday. the
OR Especially a trees will be
Chamber'. Frank Gannon disbursing liquid O. Andrews who introduced the mea tree-planting idea all over Florida. planted near streetsor
t convention.State of Commerce kilowatts, T. B. O'Stecn-please sure in ,the Senate that resulted :in I Living, growing trees mean so much I factors.cement walks, and certain other

t don't ride the buses, Secretary Bob funds being ear-marked for this t more to the community;: they serve I
: I came down to the office this i Gray-maintaining the dignity of ; project. I! than can any cold piece of stone. The Florida Press Association has
morning full of vim, vigor and stuff! j the official 'Generations I still appointed
family, Millard Cald- unborn will enjoy a tree-planting committee
r" expecting to, turn out a noble and !I tho restful and there in
well-everybody's darling, Mary Lou!1 shade of Private John is preparation a leaffot
I' inspiring column, get comfortably I Baker-and we learned ab utVo- "The Florida Tree Man" : Doe's tree, or the flowering beautyof covering the subject briefly, recom-

t' humped over my trusty typewriter]I men from her, MacDonald Bryan Lieut. Bill Smith's honor tree on mending more than 100 out-of-the-

I: .and then it starts to happen. I I t my God gentlemen, you can't tax By Edwin A. MinningerThe I Main Street's parkway-these are ordinary trees that are suitable for

1 I First guy to intrude on my Sanctum -I' 1 the airlines, Monte Grawknowshis memorials that do not crumble into memorial plantings and suggesting
i Sanctorium is L, E. Vause,, 1 peas and cukes, Major Fitzsim- planting of beautiful trees as, dust but stay green in the hearts 1 where they can be obtained.
living memorials to and
men womenin
newly elected president of the mons-Consider the plight of the
ida Press Association who Flor-I municipalities, Realtor Jay Hearin the military service'who fail to

confer. Right behind him .-we can't afford another boom, return, offers a new field for ciris

Coleman Rogers, Secretary of the !i ]Billy Wilson-where would we be organizations in Florida. I Today's -o CQSV1I-GRAPH I
I With the sponsorship of the Florida By Peters'lI
Florida Ice Association. Under ordinary without our State Farmer's Markets i
'J Press Association
). circumstances, Coleman is aright l Ed Ball-he ain't sayin', John this tree I I "';\('
planting idea is ; :,
being presented to 1') ,
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nice but he
guy, when is con- Ford-have you a Farm Bureau in i '
the public by publishers! from Pen- Queer things can happen
ventioning he is a nuisance. your town? Arcadia's Hazel Wil- ;; !' '
$ a motor
sacola to Key West because Florida ; ltei within ten min-
I I never saw so many White Folksin liams-ride 'em cowboy, Carl Bror- e "t
utes after
with its warm sun and adequate it starts sounding
the same place at the same time ien-there'll be a two hour delay ; i''
rainfall ; ( an for service. Bring
can grow more different z
with nothing to do but annoy guys on your call, Dr. Peek of Ocala -: I it to
us at the
kinds q
of beautiful -
trees than symptom
who contend that "life is REAL, any
someone mention socialized I 1
Idid of
I other state in the Union. trouble.
life if EARNEST" and conscientiously -, medicine? Dave Falk-picture the !
try to earn an honest living. ]poor little merchant, Pete Schaal Flowering trees are particularlywell Ti

Nature didn't build me for resistance -I ]have you seen Beautiful Silver suited to the purposes of a me- HENDRY

and while I can withstand Springs? Hotel man Riddle-sor- morial because at least once a year

..(.J :anything but temptation, I found I ry if you haven't ,a reservation, they clothe themselves in a mantleof J COUNTY
myself out-talked, out-maneuvered ]Frank Traynor cementing old beauty to signalize .the renewing j J ...... J"I'' 't -
and out of luck as far'as all my good I j friendships, J. Ken Guernsey-it's a. of life, the dawn of another year, I I : !r

intentions were concerned. matter of policy, Lew Kreamer .- the refreshing of an evergreen men I, MOTORS

r So here I am bang smack in the'Millions for defense but not one ory.The r ,

middle of the darndest convention I cent for tribute, Andy Slaughter warm regions of, the earth on 1 CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA

that anybody ever inflicted upon an I Orlando is a grand old town. Judge both sides of the equator offer an I

orderly and peaceful community. 11 Akerman-be seated, gentlemen, amazing .variety of beautiful trees "' ,-_. -- ---0(
Thanks to. the sympathetic under- I have you arrived at a verdict? Cliff which will grow in Florida, and (
standing of a friendly room clerk I Davenport-See you in Tallahassee.I gradually through the years courage I "That's queer! I've,been watching ten minutet

am now hiding out in one of those could go on and on and on, but ous experimenters have been establishing and!he hasn't fallen yet

well known rooms that no self respecting I've got a crazy idea that the gentle some of these 'strang rs here ,! .-,

hotel has had since ,the war reader 'would rather die a natural .

but smart hotel clerks keep up their I death. Anyhow I've given you

I .... sleeve for just such emergencies. I enough to impress :you with the fact

bribed the maid to, hang a sign on I that just about everybody who

the door, "Sickness-Quiet" and so might be listed as "unemployed" is
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far I have not been disturbed! and j I 11 gathered in Tampa this week to cele- xs
maybe 'I will be able to finish'this brate' "Florida Tots up '100 Years

rave and get it in the mail. I. of Progress."

Having stopped at rooms 607', 108, Again I take off my hat to Harold -
S21 and 515 on the way here I have Colee and the Florida State
'gathered enough material for a I Chamber of Commerce. Under Har-

dozen columns providing I werewilling old's able guidance the organization -

.\ to sniff and sneer at the has grown from a puny stepchild his
'"Postal Rules and Regulations" but; I to become Florida's dominant ? (jTT o ,

civic force, the hub and center of the
I state's progress and advancement.

The convention in Tampa this week

brought together the outstanding

leaders from every walk of life. Such
Now is the time to united leadership is Florida's best :rw C

assurance of continued progress and

I, start, regular prosperity. ,. 1 ii
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,F I AUGUSTINE, Dec. 6 -

I (FNS-Judge) David J. Hefferman 'r"r'
I of Coral Gables has been appointed

general chairman of of the forth-
SAVINGSACCOUNT coming capital funds campaign of
I the United Catholic Charities of the p

Diocese of St. Augustine, it was 'announced ,

I It Bishop.this week by the Most Reverend g,3, w i, ,; +f,{i% 3),, Y: } T \ V t 1

The campaign will finance the
building of much needed orphanages ji to ','
hyti .:3:rf i
I and homes for the aged in con-

venient locations throughout the s '", ,
I Diocese. It will provide for the ex- iR ,. lye'k

tension of rural missions, and will ,+:,
;, Regular Deposits make possible the, training of lead- P,.C 9 w:u.Co o ,,,%

I ers for the exacting task of carryingon
Grow Fast
post-war charities, religious, y". d' fi f y viwt' iiM'S ei'r..iv 6Hsii
I recreational and social work, Judge

.' Hefferman pointed out. In accept-
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., .. ..- I I I i man said,to"I serve am proud the Church of this while opportunity TAKES PLENTY OF WAR BONDS

helping the less fortunate peo-
\I I ple of Florida."

Clewiston Federal I Plans Underway For TO BUILD 8-29s Y 1 1 sue,, '

Customs BuildingTAMPA
I Savings and LoanAssociation I

Dec. 6-(FNS)<.-Major WAR in the Pacific fs the ments of war needed to achieve

t j I I I1 Allis Angle, Florida's collector of THE costly war America has final victory in the Pacific.ever .
: | customs, announced this week that
plans are under way for the con- engaged in. It's simple arith-
That's the 6th War Loan
ld struction of a United States Cus- metic. A mountain of special, ,a

'1 '. ---- costly equipment is needed. A Drive is so important. That's why

jI'j you must back it as generously as

"I .................................................................................... .... ... . . . . . B-29 Superfortress used in the '
!If'4 ;: . . .. . . .... ...., ........................._...._......:.......................... bombing of Japan costs $600,000 in you have every other war loan e
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,i :{;1:. f :>:AJ <,?.4' :.:.."..1'j Assembly of God :: of the many extra costly impleJapan.. ,

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I; .._> I: r lfl,j, Weekly Services. Tuesday ........__ 8;00 P.' M. :..::.. Anyone buying a Series "E" bond hiring the 611. War :Loan Drive may' call At the Bank, at Clewiston

,:. .- Young People's Service Friday....... 8:00 P. M. :;_: Federal Savings & Loan Attoclatlon or at' the Post Office and !reiche ft pass to any performance at the DLvle
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1 FRIDAY, J>rCEMBF.R 8, 1044

I large truck, 1,949; snail tractor- Proposing a new 'direct flight from
'tlen. J Airlines also, seeks direct -
implement. 307; and. large tractorimplement Miami to New Orleans, Capt. Edide (
Urges Suooort Of 142.AIRPLANES Rickenbacker, president- Eastern connections and would establish
-- Airlines, told the Civil Aeronautics Miami, Tampa, New Orleans service. '
-Sixth War Loan J MUST PIONEER Board that airplanes must pioneer :I National now operates to New Orleans -
__ I PDOCESSED FOODS BEYOND ESTABLISHED RAIL beyond established rail transportation I from Miami via Tampa and
TThe supreme commander of the Blue A-8 through B-2 (Book 4) I TRANSPORTATION ROUTES routes. Jacksonrille. '

[European allied armies, Gen. Dwight now valid at 10 points each. Good Eastern seeks to operate between
D. EisenlrtJTver, has appealed for I indefinitely. I WASHINGTON, Dec. 6-(FNS- !. Miami and New Orleans across the,I]IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION P AID1'You
support of the SKtn War Loan, I i MEATS AND :FATS -...w,.,......,..r.., ..;- -
-- 'hick: : drive to raise '14 billion dol- Red A-8 through S-5 (Book 4)
Lmt's and especially urged II now valid at 10 points each for use \ '
is now on,
t v ians to sign up as: workers In with tokens. Good SUGAR indefinitely. can't wipe this i out with tears !

Dyer';llie& r'the communities top on county in an quotas.effort to go Sugar stamps No. 30, No. 31, No. your

This is Gen. Eisenhower's appeal 32, No. 33 and No. 34 now good 01-
definitely for five pounds.
tar fhe fighting men:
"Your assistance is needed and CANNING: SUGAR r
Stamp No. 40 good for five pounds
the most important job now for the
until February 28,
canning sugar
people at home is to make the Sixth
'War loan a success. To make suref
fiaal victory we must redoubled
Airplane stamps No. 1, No. 2 and
$ sustatn our efforts, both here
No. 3 valid indefinitely
and everywhere."The
fighting man still faces a
grim task and he still urgently needs I Period 4 and 5 coupons from last

much food, clothing, and battle year and period 1 coupons for this
equipment that must be bought. season now valid. (Alabama, Tennessee -.,

The' money must be raised and our and Mississippi not affected.) .\
nun on all the fronts depend upon"you. GASOLINEA13
coupons valid through December I "
"Contact your local war finance 21. Rationing rules now !
,committee and join the home front require that every car owner write j
'army as a volunteer war bond worker his license number: and state on each I
; f gasoline coupon in his possession as I I
soon as they are issued him by thc-

'brothhusband local rationing .board.

great war theater I request that you
do your part to see that the Sixth Families who cure their own
War loan is vastly oversubscribed. meats may give hams or other rationed I
"Supreme commander of allied cuts as Christmas gifts only :f I I IPL
f expeditionary forces." they collect sufficient red points ]I 'r YW'rz
and turn them in to their local War:
Fa I Price and Rationing Board, District I BUT BONDS WILL

_-....... -. -- IOPA Director Chauncey W. Butler
said today. I

. I Hoever, he added, families who,do
. C1eistoll home canning of rationed food may

give away as many as 100 quarts for
I each member of the family ration
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Butler explained that home canned i
I foods are considered apart from
fiolf Course
the commercial pack. However, all ...,. ;
meat animals are considered part of -t'
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or the nation's food supply.A .

{ :Your fighting men are paying back forgotten Pearl Harbor, Bataan and
: retail ceiling price of $1.10
t 4! S each has been established by the the Japs for Pearl Harbor, that,"deed the thousands of other crimes against I

;,; Office of Price Administration for that will live in infamy." But it's a humanity by the Jap hordes. Your ''

.. over 300,000 safety helmets to be long to Tok where the
" way yet >o- Bond is an installment on what it's
t'"t sold by the Treasury Procurement
,FAIRWAYS final installment will be collected. going to cost us to crush the Japs in
" Division. The helmets, all made of
: metal, white enameled, with cloth I 1 We, at home, can't fight shoulderto the long sea lanes of the Pacific-it's
EXCELLENT "gear" and with adjustable_ head
shoulder'with going to more superfortresses at
band and chin strap, 'were originally I our boys. Yet we -
) help behind the $600,000 each, more P.47 Thunderbolts I
purchased for air raid wardens by can today by getting
". the Office of Civilian Defense. I i 6th War Loan Drive with every dollar at $50,000 each-more of every -'\

, -, The wholesale ceiling price was I we can scrape together. This is type of materiel.t '
:. I established at 75 cents each. "
: 1 'every American's war. Buy an extra
.. And remember when
you boy '" \
December tire $100 Bond-and don't wait till you're tt i
quotas are expected .
;'l.' WEATHER Bonds you arc saving for jour future ';:: .
; I to give !little relief from present asked. For we've a tough job ahead. "'J.r+-;; .
" ; shortages, particularly of commercial -I: and the future of your country. Don't '

GOOD I tires. Small increases In over '.; Your Bonds prove that you haven't put it off-buy that extra Bond today. a ?l <
all quotas of passenger car and heavy

I duty truck and bus tires are expected ,

motorists I i to be offset of the by district applications during from the BUY AT LEAST AN EXTRA $100 WAR BOND TODAY. t1

r month and by the "blacklog" of --
s !' applications which has accumulated
|i in recent months.
MEET YOUR I I I Motor vehicle operators : R Qy, P. L' S .. THE SUGAR BOWL
are urg- j i ,
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I apply for new ones only when re- SEMINOLE PACKAGE STORE CLEWISTON DRY GOODS CO. ', .
capping or repairing is not possible. "
I Iv December quotas of tires for the II
Florida district re': Grade 1 pas- This is an official U. S. Treasury ad-ertisement-pr9pared under auspices of Treasury" Department and 'War-

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; the, men behind the guns. If YOU are not in essential war work then
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BIRTHDAY OX TUESDAY I H. C. Meaxlor, Pasotr ,
Carmen Mizelle At I .1 -- .
PERSONAL SOCIETY Arcadia Oh SundayMiss Don Giddens, son of Mr. and Mrs I Sunday School!>:45 a. m. -,
I C. M. Giddens, celebrated his fifth ; Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. \

I --- 1 I birthday on Tuesday afternoon. : Training Union-6:15: p. m.
Frances Carmen Mi/elle : Mrs Giddens, Mis. Clyde Egley and !' Evening Worship-7:30 p. 'm.
I I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Mi Mrs Charles Miller entertained the I II Prayer Service Wednesday at <.1

zelle of Arcadia became the brideof children with games and favors. 8:00 p. m. .

Maurice Jack Waters of Clew I Ice cream: cake and coca cola were' A very cordial welcome is extended I
A. J. Manning has returned from Mr. and Mrs. M. Keen were Palm iston at a ceremony performed at served to Bobby Giddens Ann Drig- to all our community to worship-

a visit to Atlanta Georgia. I Beach visitors on Friday. five o'clock Sunday afternoon at geis, Ronnie Egley Christine Hus with 113 during these seasonal days., i

the Trinity: Methodist Church of ,: ton, Tim Loverhart and Beverly Surely we need to recognize Christ 'j j

R. .M. Hare, Jr., spent the past I Pat Lartledge and Mr.: Hammond Arcadia by Rev. Wyatt, pastor of I Egley. during this time of chaos. Let U8110no'r 'i:

week in Canal' Point. were Key .West visitors .last week- that church. I ---- i!. Him by regularly worshiping t
I end. ,' 111'8.Vaters was educated in and i Him at His ,houses of worship.
Mr. and Mis. J. C. ZiIer were I" \ graduated from Arcadia High $choolafter OSES DISTRIBUTED j I The W. M. S. business and pro-
'i' .
weekend, 'visitors in Miami, I J. M.. Z-a,:., l ':.:'iWn.ir."a.:: ., :is which she attended business gram meeting will be held Tuesdayat
Da."vis school in Bradenton. Last summer Mrs. F. Deane Duff has announced 3:30 p. m., at the church.
DIr: and Mrs. G. V. Cook were visiting' his, son; .W.. A.. and
.. : she worked for some time in, Clew- I that the Garden Club rose order ari -' Deacons meeting Tuesday eveningat
.Y ,
in Miami family. ?
weekend visitors
I ;/ ; .., iston in the offices of the United i rived Monday and that 654 rose 8:00 p. m. .
Mrs.. Glen Harris and Mrs. C. A. States Sugar Corporation, and made I I bushes have been distributed. Mid-week prayer service Wednesday
,. Driggers were business visitors in W. H. Reynolds of Fort Myers many Clewiston friends. I i I _ _________ 'II at 8:00 p.' m. All are cordially

West Palm Beach on Monday.\ I,and Mark R. Tennant of Miami were Mr. Waters is the son of, Mr" and I, Mrs. D. A. Olden has returned invited to participate in this refreshing -

I business visitors in Clewiston on Mrs. G. M. Waters of DeSotti City from Rochelle, La., where she attended -! service. Let us meet in "
Mrs. Ruth Marshall Wilcox of Wednesday. but has lived for many years in I I: the funeral of a brother-in-' greater numbers for this hour of

Palm Beach spent last week' in Clewiston and attended Clewiston law Mr. Calvin Olden: The late prayer.

: Clewiston visititng friends. Mr. Newman and family ,have recently High School. He is now: in the Air Mr. Olden was a visitor here several, Sunbeams meet at the ehurcb

--- arrived here from Tennessee Corps Enlisted Reserve and is employed years ago. I Thursday afternoon, 3:30 p. in,
'J Mrs. Charles Miner and Mrs. G.. and are making their home .at the at Riddle Field. IMPORTANT! Choir practice

I Small were visitors in West Palm Barracks.' A reception was held at the homeof ST. ) .AHGAIU T'S CATHOLIC ,j. Thursday night at 8:00: p. m. All
Beach Wednesday.. the bride's parents following the ,CHURCH members are urged to attend for

Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Owens Mr. and Mrs. D. Ar Olden, Jr., ,and ceremony after which the' young Fr. Peter J. Reill\, Pastor .I i preparation of the Christmas program

had as their weekend guest. Miss son, Jimniie, Mrs. D, A. Olden. Jr., couple left for Sarasota where they I ___' ,_. I II I .

Gladys Smith, of Erie Penn Mrs Valta Wilson and son, Billy, spent a' brief 'honeymoon 'before. returning :I Mass: Clewiston, 9:00 a. m. i "I:
spent Saturday in Miami shopping.T. to Clewiston. : Pahokee, 11:00 a. m. I The Sixth War Loan Drive is on ':

t. 1\I -s.V.. M. Johnson of Pahokee J Mr. and Mrs. Waters are residingon I.I Sunday is.Holy Name Sunday for Aso: do :your part by buying an extra -
West Ventura Avenue the men of the parish. |bond I
r., spent Tuesday in Clewiston visiting H. Jones of this city has re- I every payday. .',
r her sister Miss Florence Graham. turned after spending ten days in ---- I --- .-r..r......,._ ',;

i John Hopkins Hospital in Balti- "'O rASSOCITIOX: TO .J;
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The Eugene Mills family spentThanks'giving more, Maryland HOLD REGULAR MEKTIXG I J ;'ti
Day in LaBelle 'andFoifDenaud. --'-- I, I ; t :.""
: Mr. and Mrs. Bert' D. Keck of TheVoman's Association'of the I: I: '

Stuart visited with\ their daughter, Clewiston Community Church will'I

E. J. Smith, general manager i, Mrs.. W. N.: Martin and family, during hold a regular meeting at three.,I'J:

Riddle Field, and Mrs. Smith were the, Thanksgiving holidays. o'clock on December 14th. at the I
business visitors in Miami last church. 'i
weekend. I Mrs. Ruth B. Owens left Tuesday I II .
; 10I I : "
afternoon' business '
for trip
a UHS. J. W. EJ5ELLE: j .
[ Tampa.' Mis. Owens, plans to return ENTERTAINS BRIDGE CLUB'-

I to Clewiston on Friday. -.' /
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Mrs. J. W. Ezelle was hostess to :.,
Mr. and Mrs.\ Ernest Denslow re- I :
r I r her bridge club ,Wednesday aft- ,<,;
on y
turned ,to Clermont Sunday after I ......
I spending Thanksgiving week 'with ernoon at her home. .-

____u._ ._ the C. E. Bailey family Mrs. R. C.Vilson held high ',4!
rd I score receiving a floral lapel pin. .'4 4J
DAILY 1.-\TIXEE-3:4:: P.M. i i P. II. Duba was a. weekend business Mrs. G. B. Thomas won the lucky .4:1:

h NIGHT-7 & 9 P. M. : visitor in Miami attending a cut, receiving' a bronze ash tray. J ...:(

:" SAT.; & SUiV. CONTINUOUSG57.9P.M :1 beauticians convention, at, the Mac- The hostess served egg nog, fruit ''j

t Fadden-Deauville Hotel., cake and coffee to Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. ,:.i
t>: "'EElUECHXXTX: (;; DEC. 10 .
i .... Thomas, Mrs G. B. Alston, Mrs. II.M. .
,- ...,, '
: '"' Miss Eleanor Von' Mach of Detroit Bishop, Mrs. Carl Johnston Mrs.. \ C4., TOTALING i10 're

K'' SUX. &'MOX., DEC. 10 & 11CONSTANCE Michigan, arrived in Clewiston W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. H.. R. Hall and :
.- -- --' \winter with ; Y 7
Sunday to spend the }hei4 Mrs' F. Deane Duff. y '
sister, Miss Margaret Von Mach. ,

"-' J. S. Taylor has as his guest his, -7
1Irand Mrs. 'Earl Douglas of I Ft FIG
' > daughter, Mrs; Tommy Mock ofWa "j

.. West Palm Beach weie: Ahe.*weekend 'cross: : '.Ga.. ,Mr3.. .Mock.arrived [ S I \
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guests of Mr. and'MrT.' L. Drig- : ::
; in I Clewiston Wednesday and .
jplans 1)OO F Irst Street
t.1 ,., > ,
;.' geis. to return. to Waycross the' .first part 1 .. ,,- .-. -- .-----'-- ""
of next week. .
I '
.' Mrs: Billie Crow and Captain -- -------.' -

Murray Cash attended the Tulsa- .' .- ,. I'
Miami football 'game in' Miami on R 4

Friday evening. ANTHONY'S'iff ... -

I Miss Virginia Nobles was. a weekend : :! ;{ir "

I visitor in Lake Worth visiting : >: ,
I friends there. Miss Nobles returned ; t"\i'i'f."
I to Cifcwiston on Sunday evening. :, ; : : : ; !
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Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Stewart were : : '
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ALSO -'AHTOOX ,ss''' sr >" ;" ; 'TO THE MEN
weekend visitors in Miami and. : .
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I while there attended an entertainment ; .)
?'. TUES. & MED., r)KC. 1 >, 1 ihi for the Dade County J' Legisla-, : : : .;; ; : ,: of1 1"
I tors. -- 7'5Jr? ; -' ,"c .. '. .

Mr. and Mrs. W. -R. Broaderick: .:r, ,.; < ,:: :; :
and their\ house guests. Mr.: and Mrs. THE GLADES '

:tiij'1'c i"ti Christ Hanson ""of Rice Lake' Wis.., N& y"x \ : ;)
were weekend visitors in St Petersburg { > : : .'
t : '. '- .: : : >:;' ,
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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Veltri had as
ti :. -Also- their weekend /guest Mrs William When you think of your wife's Christmas, think of Anthony's. You .

THE LATESTMARCH ; I Arnold and daughter Carol of .will be pleased with the lovely things. we have assembled. for "Her ,

of TIME I Memphis. Tenn. Mrs Arnold is a ., Christmas." : .
; Released, by 20th) Century' I/oTIIURS. I former resident of Clewiston. -, ,
... '
4' --
& FKI.: DE(,. 14 & 15:: I Mr. and Mrs. P. Desme :Duff. had i ,-
as. their overnight.guests Tuesday : The cosmetic women know all the answers and can help you get just

.w Lt. Commander T. ;.G-' Bremer. Jr, what will please your ',,,ife. ". '

U. S. N., and Lt. A. Parker Bryant.

ofDoveclhO : {T. S. N. R? who are stationed at the

i swh; iu hF. CbrW' { I Ias' Miami Sub-Chaser Base. __'.. ". The women's negligees and robes are',so wonderful in assortment. that

".., -- Mr. and Mrs "William r'hihald ,we do not have room to display:: them,.properly. We honestly believe
: .
t \
nnnounce'the birth of a sbn, Charles \ we afe showing the greatest assortment of lingerie.in South Florida.
Thomas on Friday December 1. .
II DECEMBllt 16- Mrfe Archibald recently returned to
., Clewiston after a two months' visit
in Sarasota. Anytime you are not exactly sure, ask for Mr. Anthony and he will

, I' ,; direct. you to the person best suited to" serve. 'your particular need. ...,

t'I Mrs. J. F. Morrison was taken t" .
Good Samaritan Hospital in West

I Palm Beach on Sunday wherp she ... >.j'.;

with LIONEL J has been all ,weok l\IrR. Morrison Make Anthony's. yoifr:"')headquarters ; j:.;.
8ARRVfdORE, is suffering from a severe foot in- ,.
\ town
.diG ln' 'ryttrccvaAlso : I fection., ., '. when ;G
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Cartoon ---- : '
I Attending: ; an oyster fr r in honor : 'S ,
"IL\l"vruD H.nBOIc.. 8 of the birthday of C. A DnVerers I ,
--,- Tuesday evening were Mrs' C. A. : 0 }
DrteKeis:;!; Mrs Gordi Collins, Miss '
MID NITE SHOW Clarice Lammons and Mr and Mrs. .j
I A. yr
11:00 P. M.
T. L. Driggers. II .., I .
"Stormy Weather" Mrs. R. R. Hooks hasher re'irned! : '

All. Colored Cast' position with' the IT, 9 Suesr a' i/If # < : ,

-with- Corporation and left this morning' i I I f
Bill. Uobimori Lena Horn I
A Cab Callouay for Camp Parks.'Palifornia. to join .
her husband C. P. O Dick Hooks.\ ,

Adults and Children -'.___.....,__. lOc Mrs Hooks will remain in California -
Service Men .............................. "Oc until Dick ag"1n joins his company 312 Clematis'Street West Palm Beach
in the Pacific th' atrp of operations -

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Huge Underground City rn7tlDt 1vII I Aggravated Fellow Must -

Built by Nazis Unused VHave Needed a Haircut '

mistake Probably made the by most the incredible Nazis in Senate Setup Promises -G R I D ,boy A long-haired who asked man him the met time.a little *

France was the building and fur- UOR "Ten minutes to nine," the man
nishing of a stupendous subter- ;

ranean headquatters and hide-out Postwar treaty W EA ON replied."Well," said the boy, "at nine

which they ,never used, says Col- ApprovalDefeat co" get your hair cut."
lier's. Constructed north of Sois-
He took to his
heels the
aggravated -
sons between 1940 and 1943, this
Washington D. C. one after him.
secret city is 50 feet below the
NAZI MASS EXECUTIONS Turning a corner, the man ran
ground, occupies 25 square miles of Ardent Isolationists Assures Smoother into a policeman.
and has living accommodationsfor Underground observers comingout
100,000 men, including elec- Sailing on Program for CooperativeWorld d of Germany have reported that "What's up," asked the officer.

the Nazis already have begun the The man, much out of breath,
showers and bus
tric light, serv-
Organization. systematic elimination of the vast said, "That young scamp asked '
ice.To .t a me the time and when I told him
deceive Allied airmen the army of slave labor imported from r.
the surface Russia, France, Czechoslovakia and 'ten minutes to nine,' he said, 'At '
fields on are camou- various occupied countries. nine get your hair cut.' "
farmhousesand By BAUKHAGE
flaged bomb-damaged with numerous all I Details of the story are so ghastly "Well," said the cop, "take it '
buildings- News Analyst and Commentator. 1
made of cardboard that they hardly can be believed.Yet easy", you've got seven minutes

WNU Service, Union Trust Building former Attorney General Homer the accuracy of the observershas i yet.

Washington, D. C. Cummings' assistant AGs. stood up in the past; also the

Washington in these weeks of There are certain other points wholesale slaughter methods of the NO ASPIRIN FASTER

preparation for the forthcoming worth noting.On Germans at Lublin is already a mat- than genuine, pure St. Joseph Aspirin.
f ter of official record.It .
; meeting of the Big Three, has gradu- the Foreign Relations Com- World's largest seller at lOc.None better
ally begun 'to realize that the resultof mittee is estimated that the imported none surer. Why pay more? Why ever
whateverits whence must come approvalfor slave labor inside Germany totals accept less? Demand St.Joseph Aspirin.
the November election, international
commitments Sen-
CKIII r.tDna SJ'DdJeste. An Rhrhta Re.und. about 10,000,000. Either because
effect on domestic politics maybe ator
Reynolds and Senator Bennett C
Hitler fears their sabotage and rebellion -
place merica face to face with Clark and Nye are removed.In 'r
HOW'QUINTUPIETSpromptly or else because they are a
field of
the greatest problem in the QUICK RELIEFFOR
has any case, however, the removalof drain on Germany's food resources,
relieve coughing of foreign affairs that this country
Senator Nye, who was chairmanof machinery has been devised to kill
ever attempted to solve. HEAD
the powerful committee on com- them off. The number killed so far
CHEST COLDS And of how effectivethe
regardless mittees, means that such new appointments is estimated at around 1,500,000, /i'JyJyl%
efforts of statesmen be
Wonderful for Grown-ups, Too! our may as are made will not be though this is a very rough esti- COLD
there is question that the people
no influenced by the North Dakotan's mate. Absolutely definite however,
Whenever the Quintuplets catch cold-
have behind them
their chests,throats and backs are rubbed placed a pledgeof extreme views. is the fact that mass execution depots MISERYWhen

with Musterole. So Musterole must be harmonious support. Other factors make for support of such as that at Lublin, alreadyare
justabout the best cold-relief you can buy! The President will sit down at the nostrils
administration. The election has set up in various parts of Ger- are
Just see how promptly white,stainless '
meeting, probably somewhere in the : These have been witnessed. cIoggednosefeeIsraw.membranes ,
Musterole relieves coughs, sore throat greatly strengthened the prestige of many. swollen, ,
aching chest muscles due to colds-how Middle East, with Prime Minister Senator Ball of Minnesota who was Reason for the cold-blooded reach for cooling ",'
breathing becomes easier-how fast congestion Churchill ahd Marshal Stalin with yy' 1.
Mentholatum. %
in bronchial tract nose most active in the fight to get the system of mass executions is explained Speed-
upper the most mandate for- ilyit(1)Helpsthinout)
and throat begins to break up! Such specific as original resolution favoring an inter- as follows by under- thick,stubborn
blessed comfort! In 3 strengths: Chil- eign policy ever given a Presidentby national peace organization before ground observers who have (2)) Soothes irritated mucus; '
dren's Mild Regular and Extra Strong. the of the United States.
the congress and the people. Simi- come out of Germany: Originally membranes;(3)) Helps ,rr %'
America's representatives at the lar increased reduce swollen pas ;
influence in the senate storm troopers were givena
sages; (4)) Stimulates ti.
United Nations' conference, which will be exerted by former Repre- list of 15 to 20 persons and local blood supply, G: "-

will probably take up the unfinished sentative Fulbright who fathered a told to shoot them with their revolvers right to "sick" area. / w

business started at Dumbarton Oaks, like resolution in the house.A in the night. Sometimesthis Every breath brings relief '
will enter discussions with the Jars, tubes, 30#.
look at the Republican leader- included whole families with
est military force and international children. So not the S. S.
in even
the house is worth
ship upper
Buy War Savings Bonds prestige that any of this country'sdiplomatists while in this connection, too. men could take it. They suffered MENTHOLATUM

have. ever enjoyed be- nervous collapses had to be

0 fore.When GOP Minority sent to sanitoriums.

the United States senate Promises Moderation As a result the mass execu-
SNAPPY FACTSABOUT starts deliberations on the agreements At tion system was worked out at
: present a quartet of leaders OfF
which grow out of the par- with Senator White as their nomi- Lublin, and now at other places.It YOUR
leys of the Big Three (or Big Four)
nal head are at the helm. Of these takes only a few men to
I and the later meetings of the United handle the lethal chambers, and
Senator Taft
although usually rated S
Nations' representatives, that body as. enough personnel can be foundto FEED 1P
strongly nationalist is after all
f 'fifRUBBER will have what now appears to be on record as favoring the old Leagueof perform the gruesome work
the two-thirds of
\ necessary majority Nations in principle, criticizingonly without becoming insane.
senators whose constituencies have .
the fact that its members failedto .
expressed themselves in favor of
t. carry out their promises. An- LOST BATTALIONSOf c2P2
Add ordinary cow's milk to the broad international cooperation.The other of large influence, Senator all soldiers in the U. S. army, ;

: ", possible sources for rubber. Chem- people have spoken. It now Vandenberg,. has done a great dealto the most distressed over the war department's f..

"":\:.' istsitrecentlywasannouncedhavedeveloped! depends on the wisdom and the ability interpret the trend of popular demobilization plan are Stomach misbehaving? Soothing
: a product from milk
.' of their servants to .produce the sentiment in the middlewest away the men over 35 years of age. They PEPTO-BISMOL will help calm it

f\i, :: natural which has rubber.the characteristics of' kind of a plan for the postwar world from a rigid nationalist viewpoint.He get no extra retirement points be- down. For years many doctors have

'si;,' which will be at once thoroughly worked to that end in the Mack- cause of age. In fact, some of them recommended PEPTO-BISMOL for relief -

: When the rubber tapper goes American in principle acceptable ,to inac conference, and at the Repub- because of bad health and inabilityto of sour, sickish upset stomach.
t.:: into the South American forests to our friends and effective against our lican convention last summer. He get overseas, may be among the retard intestinal good and does fermentation good. Helps and

j'. work, he requires about 100 Items enemies.A did yeoman's service in cooperationwith last to leave the army followingV simple diarrhea.When your stomachis

f of equipment and some 40 differ- brief review of the new com- Secretary of State Hull in ob- day. queasy, uneasy and upset...take

ent I Items of food. And they say plexion of the senate reveals how taining senate support for UNRAA.: Stranded in camps throughout the

life In the rubber jungle Is simple:! strikingly the people spoke in favorof Without the help of these Repub- U. S. A., they have become the PEPToBISMOL"A NORWICH PRODUCT

Test fleets of motor vehicles international cooperation. licans and their colleagues, and of I, "Army's Lost Battalions." Many -

course Senator Austin and Senator were snapped up by selective serv-
are driven 150,000 vehicle Trend Evident
ice in the early days of the war
the administration
miles a day to develop"bugs"in could C
Before ElectionThe hardly two-thirds despite deafness, blindness in one When Your"lnnards'
synthetic tire construction.That get a vote. This
mileage is about six trend became evident before more conservative element will also eye and shortage of fingers-all ata

the election in four primary contests furnish valuable time when the army was in a A"c -
times around the earth. a check against efforts are Crying the Biues
and bipartisan support for the pol- toward extreme internationalism rush to get almost anyone. Now

icy of international forces was on the part of the administration many of these men are doing semi-

achieved and cooperation has been which might turn ,the people menial tasks.

reinforced by other circumstancesas against the administration and thus At Fort Meyer, Va., one group is

well. Beginning with the defeatof defeat its own purpose. daily assigned to grave digging at .

n "Cotten Ed" Smith of South Car- the National Cemetery. Others count
Perhaps the task of checking
aggression -
socks and shirts for the quartermaster -
olina in the primaries we find in is too great for human '

his place the senator-elect Johnston hands and human minds to achieve. corps are now becoming
who in his campaign his psychological problems for the
pledged But never before in our history has
support of the administration's for- army. Some found that infirmities
1 America had such an opportunity to
? when they entered have become aggravated -
eign policy.
00 lead the world toward the goal of
p1C since, but will never be
Another defeat in the primarieswas good-will and peace among nations.
having received disabilities -
recognized as
that of Senator Worth Clark of .
Idaho, whose opponent (now sena- seryice. WHEN CONSTIPATION makes you feel

]J tor-elect Taylor) campaigned on a In all the various discussions con- The,war department points out punk as the dickens, brings on stomach

; : strong internationalist platform, the cerning the restoration of sound cur- that "theoretically" men over 38 upset, sour taste, gassy discomfort, take
rency conditions in the postwar had an opportunity to leave the Dr.CaldwelTs famous medicine to quickly
,IZ La' first 'to win on such a program in pe- pull the trigger on lazy "innards", and
r'. i this state so strong in the Borah tra- riod, the British balance of pay-. army more than a year ago, if help you feel bright and chipper again.DR. .

dition. ments appears as one of the chief they had job opportunities in CALDWELL'S is the wonderful senna

Another ardent isolationist to fail stumbling blocks, the Alexander war industries. But the war de- laxative contained in good old Syrup Pep-

; :. renomination in spite of his splendid Hamilton institute points out. Asa partment also admits that it had sin to make it so easy to take.

1 11 / record as a skilled legislator was result of the war, the balance of to stop somewhere, and that MANY DOCTORS use pepsin preparationsin

A Bennett Champ Clark. His fall payments of Great Britain has wit- since the WAC recruiting program prescriptions to make the medicine more I
wasa palatable and agreeable to take.So be sure t.. ,;
nessed material deterioration.The failed it is now neces- I..
blow to the a ,
mighty isolationistcause your laxative is contained in Syrup Pepsin.
Ship Us All the since he was a member of the foreign trade of the coun- sary to retain the 35yearoldsto INSIST ON DR.CALDWELL'S-the favorite

FURS YOU CAN TRAP Nye munitions committee, composedof try has shown a large excess of imports make up for the scarcity of of millions for 50 years,and feel thatwhole-

Senator Nye of North Dakota, over exports which, before the WACs. some relief from constipation.Even finicky
This is should .
one season you children love it.
Clark and Senator Bone of Washington institution of lend-lease, was met
ship to the house that you can rely onO a group which for years has primarily through the shipment of ARKANSAS FARMER IN LONDON CAUTION: Use only as directed.

,; : value Our in expert your furs.grading Our gets checks you every have pleased cent of been the well-spring of emphatic gold and the liquidation of British- What most impressed alert young

and satisfied thousands oftrappers.No anti-internationalistic speech and ac owned foreign assets. It is estimatedthat Congressman Brooks Hays of DR. CAlDWELL'SSElJNA
commission ever charged. Checks his London trip was
r' mailed immediately. tion.The during the war, Great Britain Arkansas during

:i "hi Ship all your catch to other two members of this has lost approximately $4,000,000,000ot the farm miracle the British have

S HILL BROS. FUR CO. group have departed likewise: Sena- some of the best foreign assets performed during the war. Hays LAXATIVE
tor Bone held British nationals.The was Arkansas head of the Farm
was to by
326 Clark Ave a judge- .CONTAINED IN SYRUP PEPSIN
I ST. LOUIS MO. ship in his home state; Senator Nye loss of income from these for- Security administration before com-

went down to defeat before the three- eign investments has naturally had ing to. congress, so traveled widelyin
times of rural England, was amazed by
governor North Dakota an adverse effect on Great Britain's
elected on' a clear-cut international the economy of land use."Here's .
balance of payments and, unless it
about one-third
,platform. is counteracted in other ways, it an island "
Millions have used the state of ftexas, o trn
Another breach was made in the will reduce her ability to buy mer- as large as

nationalistic front by the withdrawalof chandise abroad. In normal times, Hays said, "but with 50,000,000
And it is growing twothirdsof
Senator Reynolds of North Carolina Great Britain received about $800- people.

who like Senator Bone, left 000,000 from her foreign invest- all its food.
"The British won't keep on grow-
Relieyespam and voluntarily. ments. An additional $400,000,000 per food after the AereovE's
i much war
1 soreness ing so
There were two other defeats in annum was received from British GET
"but what they're doing
i Hays says
1;' ., There's good reason why PAZO oint- final senatorial contests to be noted. shipping. Substantial sums'were

mont has been used by so many millions i, Senator Holman of Washington mentioned also earned each year by British insurance with their land right now is miracu-
,. .r sufferers from simple Files. First. I lous. And they like it, even though
L PAZO ointment soothes inflamed areas in the famous book, '"Under companies operating all A
worked in
,,: -relieves pain and Itching. Second I Cover," for his alleged ultra-nation- over the world and by the financial most of them never
: PAZO ointment lubriralea hardened, fields before. I didn't talk to a singleone '
.>.. ." dried parts-helps prevent cracking and I alistic leanings, was replaced by operations of the city of London. tickled that we had :
r who wasn't
. soreness.Third. PAZO ointment tends Wayne Morse, a Republican TABLETS
:. r who Since the foreign invest-
to reduce swelling and check Mecding. poorer sent them less food and plenty of
'R- Fourth ifa easy to use. PAZO ointment's : leans well toward international cooperation ments remain in British hands, it is fertilizer and farm machinery. for
. perforated Pile Pipe makes application and the well-liked Senator
difficult to determine with
" simple thorough. Your doctorcan any degree They're really proud of what they
tell you about PAZO ointment. 'I Danaher of Massachusetts who of accuracy what the returnson were able to do and glad they
went down before the aggressive these investments will be in J
I i the haven't had to eat nothing but hand- .
I campaign of Brien McMa 'on, one of postwar? period. outs from this country."

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By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. Add a teaspoonful of household One high-wattage bulb is more ,r,

.w.. .. .. ... ....w.. .w.w..m.... 'Of Released The Moody by Western Bible Institute Newspaper of Chicago.Union. I ammonia to a quart of water. Use economical than several smaller ,.c:a

this to sprinkle over ferns grownin ones. One 100-watt bulb gives 50 .

the house once or twice a per cent more light than four .J
fll.lllllf.t .1 Lesson for December 10 month. Ferns will take on a rich 25-watt bulbs and uses the same j

green color. amount of current. ,,!
: : Lesson subjects and Scripture texts seJected -.- -.- ,..
and copyrighted by International "
Council permission.of Religious Education; used by Less bacon will be needed to When spiced peaches are opened '?:; '

season baked beans if it is run this winter be sure to save the ;,

CHRIST IN THE HOME through a food chopper before juice. It makes delicious basting ',';;:
II adding to the beans. for broiled or browned sausages.
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LESSON TEXT-Matthew 19:4-6; Luke -.- -.- i

10:33-42: : II Timothy 136. Cover discolored ceilings with a \. Leather shoes that are difficult :,'
GOLDEN TEXT-These things 1 command
r you. that ye may love one another.-John solution of thick starch. Let it to polish should be rubbed over
15:17. dry and then brush off-and the with a cut lemon. They will shine ,
; marks, too! beautifully afterwards.For .
I, .:, + 'a ,. :z : The American home faces many ,
t R.%%; ; '. s% q' ?J .a f1y3 a3 p. ;35 vow -
enemies and powerful destructive in-

fluences in our day. In such a time, SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK

it is important that the Christian

church keep before the people, and
1 'i '.'\ the Popular Pineapple Design"Doily
:q:? especially our young people "
i. s.u F ii t. \iy 'N i+ ; r is ?1.'. Scripture teaching about the home.
a'.} ,. h 5F Y.'o + < ra ., "u.,'.;}.;' ,xjJ:: ;9 Y'sf We need to revive the oldfashionedhome Lovable Sleepy Time Gift Doll .i

f with its piety purity and high .
; purpose in the plan of God. We be- .
..,,,, ) ..C ; :>.Ji. 1 'i. } gin right when we note:

I. The Plan of God for the Home rInt_

(Matt. 19:4-6)).
(..1I :
k t / ? When Jesus was challenged by 'I
the Pharisees who claimed that a

man had a right to divorce his wife, ::

He appealed to Scripture. That is

l the sure foundation for right think- t ./

I Spiced Fruit and Green Beans Pretty Meat Loaf ing.He referred them to'the story of ..4 ,>
r (See Recipes Below) the creation of mari and woman in -'/:

Genesis 2:18-24. There it is revealed .'j
Lean Meats I Lynn Chambers' PointSavingMenu that in all the animal king- ;
I i
I dom there was creature suited
Most homemakers have akeadyhad
for fellowship with man. The one
their introduction to lean or util-
Lamb Loaf with who finds full satisfaction in the
beef for which
ity they have to use
Mashed Potato Frosting company of a cat, a dog or horse,
long, heat cookery.
Glazed is just not to normal. /
There is also such a grade of lamb Carrots Pear Salad up 1
and veal on the market. In fact, Whole Wheat Biscuits Adam must have a "help meet"

there is news Orange Marmalade for him, that is, one suited by per- / '

.P', which shows that Custard Pie Beverage sonality and gifts to be his companion. I 1K'

pi 1 'surplus of lamb Recipe Given God made woman for that '

.J.j :::::: and veal will purpose and gave her to man. Thus
y soon come to balls. Cover and simmer for 1 hour. He established the home and or-

lr r ., It market. This is Remove balls. Add flour, salt and dained that all through man's his-
.-+ lamb or veal pepper to fat in pan. Mix thoroughly. tory there should be the coming
'\8 c.bd::: 1 which has not Add milk and cook until it together of one man and one womanin J -

been fattened and thickens. Place balls in sauce and that indissoluble union of lovev. ---

which requires l long, slow cooking to serve. ( 6) which makes the home. complete cutting pattern, sewing

make it tender. Instead of roastingor Noodles are a good starchy foodto We have forgotten God's law, or and finishing instructions for the Crib Doll

broiling, use braising to turn it serve with veal and celery and, have deliberately violated it, and (Pattern No. 5643) send 16 cents in coins,
out.juicy and tender. It's as nutri- parsley bring out its delicate flavor: have broken down the home in its your name, address and the pattern num

tious, but lower in calories as the Veal Stew With Celery and Noodles very foundation. We had better be- ber.Send
top grades of meat that have been (Serves.,4)) gin to think seriously about the di- your order to:
fattened. VA pounds cubed shoulder breastor
vorce problem if we are not to go
shank of ,veal, cut in cubes SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK
Seasonings play an importantrole ..the.way of other nations.II. I
2 ounces of salt pork 530 South Wells St. Chicago.
in making this meat palatableto
The Presence of Christ in the
the taste: ,A touch,,of garlic with 2 tablespoons flour Enclose 16 cents for Pattern
Home (Luke 10:38-42). .
lamb is good, but there are other 2 teaspoons salt No. -
spices you'll want to keep on handto 2 cups water Christ repeatedly honored the '
make this meat good. They are 1 cup celery, cut I home by His blessed presence. He 5530 Name-

bay leaves, pepper corns, capers, 1/ cups uncooked noodles came to the, wedding feast at Cana Address
onions, parsley, Worchestershire parsleyCut of Galilee and there He performedHis Illinois Doily

: sauce and mint. salt pork in, tiny pieces and first miracle (John 2)). He shouldbe ORIGINALLY made by a rela-

:' Savory Lamb Loaf." fry in kettle until browned. Lightly the unseen guest at every Chris- an woman, this

(Serves 6)) flour veal and tian marriage. Invite Him, expect replica in the popular "pineapple"

V/> pounds ground shoulder or brown slowly in ,ri1 Him, honor Him and He will bless design is very simple for mod-
neck of lamb salt pork fat. Add --L= ;:: Y ern crocheters. This lovely doily JOHOLINE'HAIRTONIC'

'.) 2 teaspoons salt salt and water. _.: -L: you.One home in particular was a measures 11 inches in diameter.
; 1A clove garlic minced or A cup Cover and simmer : ;l place of rest and refuge for our *
j"\ chopped onion slowly for Q"f. Lord when He was here on earth, To obtain complete crocheting instructions
=-" =; :'" for the Illinois Doily (Pattern No.
two Add
1 cup milk ::mo'e": '/ that of His friends Lazarus Martha 5530) send 16 cents in coins, ;your name,
:;'.' 54 cup fine bread crumbs celery and cook \f'V\ and Mary, in Bethany. He was a address and the pattern number.A .
-,' 1 until tender. Cook .:, :: J i
; egg welcome guest always at home in Favorite Toy
'3 cups seasoned mashed pota- noodles 10-15 minutes in boiling, that
household. Shall we do less in
;.,.. toes, if desired. salted water until tender. Drain. FAVORITE toy for little tots to
our households? We see mottoes in
This life-like doll is
:: Serve
by placing noodles in center
Combine all homes "Christ is the '
ingredients except unseen guestin
is adorable in
of 22 inches long and
platter and
:'-': mashed potatoes. Pack into a loaf stew. surrounding with this home.". How appropriate! outing flannel, fur cloth, sateen or
; pan and bake in It But note that His in the
Grilled Lamb Patties. presence percale. Use yarn scraps for hair.
: a 325-degree oven t/,'
home gives Him opportunity to
-n!: : for 1 hour and 20 :} lfil ri (Serves 6))
teach and to direct the life of the
pounds shoulder flank !
f .;. minutes. When '.;\ {I/' lamb or breast of home. Mary and Martha had both "
.. :L' baked turn out on .'
been about the
busy work of the
1A dry bread crumbs
( Ii..f-4 a frost cookie with sheet and hot JA cup cup milk household but Mary knew when it ( )

' mashed 6 strips of bacon was time to stop being busy and sit
' ft.! poatlastooebse P 6 pear halves at Jesus' feet to learn and to be
t\; Loaf 1A blessed by His presence. She not '
left in and 1/fl '
pan potatoes placed on Lucia' (1 (
then browned Season lamb with 1% teaspoonssalt only worked, but "also sat at the
r. .. quickly oven. and Vi teaspoon pepper. Add Lord's feet" (v. 39)). Martha went 1

Porcupine Balls. milk and bread crumbs and shape right on working until she was distracted BERT: '-
: (Serves G)
lightly into six patties.: Wrap each .and came to censure, her, Those rolls smell i rq
2 pounds ground shoulder of
with strip of bacon skewered sister. so good, I Just can't wait c b
V-2 clove garlic chopped fine in for supper! Imagine a girlas k
2 tablespoons butter or drippings place with a toothpick. Place on The answer of Jesus is signifi pretty as you being such -.
y-i cup raw rice broiler rack and broil six minutes, cant. He did not rebuke Martha, a wonderful cook tool! ,. '' j- :

1 teaspoon salt then turn. Add pears to rack witha He only told her to get her life into ELLEN:

2 cups boiling water teaspoon of mayonnaise in each balance. There must be work in a You're Just a flatterer. &_Sc ? o'r
3 tablespoons flour one. Finish broiling-6- minutes. A home but those who make home and I love itl! These are \ y
1/ cups milk pork sausage link may be used in only a workshop miss its greatest "no-kneading" rolls.They're r / ; "
place of the bacon made with j
and should be
1 teaspoon salti blessing. Fleischmann's yellow ,.
7 \ teaspoon pepper placed on top of the patty. III. The Power of Faith in the label Yeast, the ""' ,;,,; '
Brown in Lamb-Potato Hot Pot. extra vitamin ( /, '
garlic butter. Mix lamb Home (II Tim. 1:3-6) ,J
'', rice and salt and shape into 12 balls. (Serves 4) :
; Family religion really The
4 lamb
neck slices
(about 1% lbs)
Brown in fat. Pour
r" same water
over 2 tablespoons melted fat home with the family altar, where
God's Word is read as a natural and
ZVz canned
cups or tomatoes
A 2 cups sliced onion proper part of daily living where :-m: .

Lynn Says: 1 minced garlic clove prayer is made, and God's good-
ness is remembered in thanksgivingand WHATAGRANPWAVTO
2 teaspoons salt
tage Treats cheese for with Today peaches: Serve or pineapple cot-- I 3 cups sliced, peeled potatoes praise, that home will send 6ETMORE VITAMINS JM fREE! SEND fOR Mf.!!
1 tablespoon flour forth children who know the graceof FLEISCHMANN'S 15 THE
and sprinkle the top of the OVER 40 PAGES OF
cheese with grated orange rind. 2 tablespoons water God, and are prepared to heed ONLY YEAST FOR ? F RECIPES IN THE NEW
call for
For: male guests serve frank- Brown lamb in deep skillet or BAKING-THAT HAS r"s REVISED EDITION OPfLEISCHMANN'S
furters on toast with hot chili heavy kettle. Add tomatoes, onion Timothy had a grandmother anda ADDED AMOUNTS OF j FAMOUSBOTHVITAMINSAANDD
all. garlic and salt. Simmer, coveredfor mother (one wonders where papa I'
poured over
ham 1 hour. Add potatoes and sim- II' and grandpa were) with unfeignedfaith. / / ? THE BReAD BASKET:
Place baked in betweenhot '
buttered biscuits mer for another 30 minutes. Arrange What a precious heritage! AS WELL AS THE j DOZENS OF WONDERFUL
with a sauce. of creamed and chicken serve in slices on platter with pota- That was far more valuable than VITAMIN 8 COMPLEX'. IDEAS FOR BREADS,ROLLS,

and mushrooms. toes over them. Blend flour and wa- silver'or gold, or farms or corner : .' OEUCIOUS SWEET 0REAPS-]

Acorn squash makes a supper ter and stir into gravy. Bring to a lots. What heritage are you giving s WRITE FOR YOURS TODAY
boil. Pour around and over pota- your children?
dish when served with.pork sau-
sage links. toes. Note the reference to Timothy'swork
Add a teaspoon of onion juiceto Get the most from your meat! Get your as a minister of God in verse 6. ,
meat roasting chart from Miss For Ireo
Lynn Cham your
the gravy for added flavor. bers by writing to her in care of Western I I It was by the Holy Spirit's call, and And all those vitamins go right copy,writinto aStandard
Quick sandwich: Mix liver sau- Newspaper Union, 210 South Desplaines I, was recognized by the church in your baking with no great Incorporated Brandt, 4
sage with catchup and spread on Street, Chicago 6, III. Please send a ordination the "laying on of hands." you loss get In the Fleischmann's oven. Always Yeast be with sure Grand CentralAnnex

bread. Toast ,under broiler. stamped, self-addressed envelope for your But it is evidently closely connectedwith the yellow label. A week's supply New' York,Box!477?,
reply.Released. I I that which is spoken of in the keeps? In the Ice-box. N. Y.
by: Western Newspaper Union verse before-the faith of his home.

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Labor Union Business 1944 tax roll had been collected i: tire dealers as residue of the nearly I SPESSARD I... HOLLAND, |Colin English Secretary j .
during the month of November. This j'! seven million purchased from motorists -i Governor Stale Board of Education. I
Agents Mav Be amounted to 53000. I by the Defense Supplies Cor-!I"ATTEST: | Dec. 8, 15, 22, 29, Jan. 5. 1945.!
Miller said that large corporations -" poration two :rears'ago.. I -.. -- -- .
Regulated I which usually take advantage THESE WOMEN HER ONLY CHOICE r
I of the 4 per cent discount allowed NOTICETO Gregory D'AIessio

TALLAHASSEE, Dec. 6-FNS) for payment during November did
Florida's' Supreme Court held last not pay up last month. Three per BANK OF CLEWISTON: I p O 0 b Ov
week that labor union busines cent off Is allowed in December, 2 The stockholders of First P.nnk )f
be regulated because labor per cent in January and 1 per cent Clewiston of Clewiston, Hendry Coun-
agents may 'tv Florida, are hereby notified that
organization'activities: vitally in February. ILhe annual meeting; of the stockholdersof I v : 0 0
,' will ho h' "-- ,
I said banking com 'ln
: ftFa t the public welfare I I In the office of the bank on the 4th I
1e tribunal held that business ISale of :Auto day of January 1U45, nt eight o'clock I
P. M. to consider and vote on the
tents may be regulated by law just I question of increase of the capital I
tis real estate agents, insurance Licenses Begins I stock of the hank and to determine
the amount of such Increase and to
agents and other business representatives I I consider amendments to the corporate I II ; f oit
:: are regulated. I (H....,..'.'. 0"o' !,f W\ I charter of said bunk necessary to GAPMENTSj ?
crease the, capital stock and fix In-I
Leo H. Hill, president of the Florida -I R. N. Miller, county lax collector, "","b"r or'I.|.' ctors of' t'! h' Federation of Labor, filed an reported Tuesday that he had sold elect a board of directors for the year I|
1945, and for such other business, as
; r.
attack upon the law, contending that 8 of the 1945 auto licenses on Friday ii>- > r.i-m befc"'" Mi n' 'ct' )?.
it was unconstitutional, restricting the day they went on sale. Up 1941.Dated this 4th day of December,i

the freedom of speech and assembly. -I to Tuesday noon 44 had been pur (CORPORATE. SEAL) i HOCK t
He contended that labor unions chased. C. V. PARKINSON= I ,
President. j
Should be treated like religious, i! No. 1 plain went to B. E. Poor, Attest: '

Charitable and educational organizations I No. 1-D to Mr.. Miller, No. 1-W to, E. L. STEWART, Cashier. 1 4 ;. f hi ;= r s
Dec. 8, 15, 22, 29, Jan. 5, 1945.
and not made subject to governmental \\*. B. Barron and No. 1-WW to J.j I I II

regulation.The I I Iv.I Moran. No. 1-T was bought by I I TallahasseeFlorida
act upheld by the Supreme ID.I A. Olden. December 4. 1944 I
of several labor I N0TIiII
ourt was one The new plates are black with I
egulating acts adopted by the 1943 yellow letters and numerals, just NOTICE" is hereby- vrfven that the y Lt
legislature. the opposite of the '44 tags which I STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION of the
Terrelt'wrote State of Florida will offer for sale, to I If,.
Justice Glenn the with black. A fee of one
are yellow be sold to the highest bidder at Tallahassee -
"Court's opinion. He said the licens dollar is charged in addition to the I Florida, at 12:00 o'clock (
NOON, 1945, the following
January 9th. -
lag of labor union business agents price of the tag when selected num- :: described land in HENDRY;
requires "nothing more than a bers are requested.New COUNTY: I
Americanism I SU of NMs and S A of Sect'on J r;. I
showing of good moral -
tags should be displayed on Township 44 South. Range 33 East, i icontnininir
: character and freedom from motor vehicles Jan. 1, with the I 480 acres.. i
Felony" THIS NOTICE Is published In com- I
deadline set at Jan. 15. j i pllance with Section "270.07, Florida
"When' unions are required to Statutes 1941.
The State Board of Education of the
furnish officers' names and addresses The Office of Price Administration I ,,, .
State of Florida reserve the right to WAS LerAAi ,as
they are doing no more thais has discontinued rationing used reject any and all bids.'

required of literally thousands of passenger tires still in the hands of Education BY ORDER of the of State the State of Florida.Board of I "Sorry you don't like it, Ma'am. May I suggest a bond then, for a REAL
persons; and institutions throughoutthe foundation." r
- -
country -
"We have since .-- .
long gotten away ; ---
from the idea that human relations a

which affect the public welfare cano :.

I> transacted in a moral vacuum" .
Judge Terrell declared.

Joseph A. Padway, general COUl1-
-Cil for the AFL, said the case would

be taken to the United States Supreme -

Court.VMail 1j 1jI

Service Best

This Winter In iJv& lI

European TheatreBecause .


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airmail service to and uf ... -' .j"" ..." .'
'from U. S: Naval personnel in the< J':' !,....;:':..:?
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'European Theatre of Operations has ___::.. jc: i.I .. : J\ .l '.

recently; become less frequent, post I ,
'Office authorities at 'U. S. Naval

"headquarters in 'England today 1 z x:+Izwr ,y d.fir

"recommended increased use of V- ;.,

o Airmail will continue to be slow .....

during the coming winter months,

they disclosed, because Naval flying
over Northern Atlantic routes has

teen curtailed until better flying

:Weather in the spring.

During summer months airmail :.
letters between the United States /'
t\nd I ,c.
Europe averaged less than a"W'eek
in delivery. More than two ,\ '. ;; :. .

weeks will be required during winder .; ;
months, they said.,, : -
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.\ V-mail, always flights a priority will continue item inransAtlantic f : r'c : / -S 4: ,,

t reach its destination :. :"
in the normal \ '". ;.....
time of '
5 to 7 days. Authorities

therefore recommended that V-mail F" ;. ), ,; '
fce used by naval personnel and their .
f"'r, -
correspondents in the United States _/ a
"In: all cases where the earliest. possible \ .
; arrival is desired. ;
The equivalent of 25 sacks of air- .
email letters can be carried in one J fi :

man V-mail sack, recorded on 16 ;
'attn. film. Because of the quantity

"ef airmail posted, much of it will .' ../ .. ,, ,. ,-'I ,' &..4J .
iiave to be carried in ships during .. \Fki : "
I '%he winter. .' .; .

:Tax CollectionsLow .)' {:i: If you plan u trip before Christmas, go early" h 1': jt; ;

In November .='
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.(Hendry County News) j .' It will warm your heart to know.that a servicebaggage, and to be at the terminal well be- ,," 'f'\\\;\' :\.)'%:;$.

R. N. 'Miller .1'._ :
county tax collector, .
,deported that only 33 .per cent of the t. ...::: man or woman will be. able to take that precifore: departure time. :/v. ../. l..

'?,.-...-....O.-....--.......-. ..-..-.. : ...... I -.r home be last furlough beforesailing : 'f/' > '
):-: : : : : : : :-:.:..:..:..:..:. ous trip -may a '
:t. FOR { ,Florida Motor Lines is doing its utmost to ;j'v.n'.'

':. I -because you planned your year-end ; : : '"
V. 4: TAXICABS :=: keep wartime travel moving smoothly but /p :-:

: :. ; DAY AXD XITE: SERVICE :: travel in advance. __ r,: :_''
'b ? : regardless of year-end travel conditions we ::; .
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" '- .!I on seats when they need them-and be more women of the service to and from their holiday ":..JJ'

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r.. .oG.. M. FORD 1! comfortable yourself-by traveling EARLY, destinations. Your continued. good-na-

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