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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 15, 1944
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
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VOLUME 21-NUMBER 50 CI/EWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1944 SUBSCRIPTION-$2.5O PER YEAR



CONSERVATION OF Townsite ForemanTo 'COUNTY IS LAGGING I McLeod Breaks Leg BOARD WILL PLAY

Have New> Home In ,Fall From TowerE. '

WATER DISCUSSED IN SALES OF WAR SANTA CLAUS TO

The United States Sugar Corporation 1 1I W. McLeod, plantation superintendent -

began this week the construe for the United States Sugar -

BY SOIL SOCIETY tion of a new home on Pacific Avenue I BONDS, SERIES TC. I Corporation at Bare Beach and COUNTY SCHOOLSThe

which will be occupied by Mr I
_
\ Ritta Camps is confined to the<
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Pam
and Mrs. C. L. McLendon and

Horace *A. Bestor, drainage engineer ily. Mr.. McLendon is superintendent -I V. Parkinson, county chairmanof Clewiston Hospital with a broken county commissioners at the
regular monthly meeting for December -
for the United States Sugar of the Townsite Plantation the Sixth War Loan Drive, stat- leg which he received Wednesday: 'voted to donate sums of $50

Corporation, was one of the speakers Village. ed this week that the sale of "E" : night in a fall from the water town:: to LaBelle, $50 to Clewiston and
at the annual meeting of the ,The home will be of concrete block bonds is still lagging far behind but 1
at the Bare Beach Camp.It $15 to Felda for the purpose of
Florida Soil Science Society which construction with three bedrooms, that there is every indication that
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providing Christmas trees for the
was held last Thursday and Friday a large living room, dinette and I the county will exceed the ,over-al is reported that Mr. McLeoi
districts .
whero schools are located.At
saw a fire somewhere on, the plantation -
In Orlando at the Orange Court Ho- kitchen. The interior- will be plan- quota by virtue of large purchases
.:tel. tered and the, exterior' finish will be< by the United States Sugar Corporation that night and climbed' up on: the same time, bonds were
.. the tower to get a better view. While submitted by the American Surety
stucco. The roof will be of asbes the State Road Department,
The principal theme of the meetIng the Company for county officials and
tos-cement shingles. the State Board of Administrationand descending one of the rungs of >
was the need for art over-all approved by the board, while "approval
Location of the new residence other large businesees. ladder broke and he fell, heavily, to
.; program' of water conservation for will be just north of the Townsite The particular aim of this driveis the ground. It was ,found that 'th'' was given for certain repairsto
, South Florida and Mr. Bestor's talk be made on the court house roof.
broken the
thigh bone was near hIp]
Hospital on the westside of Pacific to put the county and state over
stressed the need for consideration Minutes of the meeting, also
and he will be confined to his bet
Avenue. The home now occupiedby the top in the sale of Series "E"
of the conservation of surface wa special meeting of Nov. 24 follows:
for severaI'weeks while the bone i is
Mr. and Mrs. McLendon will be bonds and these bonds, to be credited -
:ters. He said that a drainage entneer's knitting Minutes of November 24, .1944
used for housing other white employees must be purchased before Christ-
$ principal worry was not to The Board of County Commisslon-!
at .the Village. mas in order that they will clear
get rid of water but to eliminate the esr of Hendry County, Florida,
-- through Federal Reserve before the
Is
.,_ tendency to do away with, excess wa- American Legion convened in special meeting at the
first of the deadline for this
\ ter as rapidly as 'possible instead of Masonic Lodge Has year' Entertained Courthouse in LaBelle, Florida, ?n
series bonds. TuesdayBy
i, 'holding it against the time when 1 Friday, November 24, 1944, with
there would be a shortage water. Election of OfficersAt Despite the fact that this :is the Riddle Officials the following members present:

_\ He said' that if the rich resources Meeting ThursdayThe Christmas season and much moneyis j Chairman J. Davidson, A. J. ,

..' of the state and particularly of the : going to the purchase of Christmas I Evers and Asa Townsend, together -

"Everglades were to be saved that gifts the War Loan 'committee E. J. Smith, general manager of with H. A. Rider, attorney, and William -

: .. some very comprehensive program Moore Haven' Lodge No. 61, stresses the urgency of buying war Riddle Field and his assistant, J. W II T. Hull, Clerk. -:-

of water conservation would have F. and A. M.:, at the election of officers bonds'as well and that this drive Durden, were hosts!:; to the monthl; The chairman advised the Board 1i 1:

to be worked out very shortly and at the regular meeting last must not fail because of the pur- meeting of the Clewiston American that the meeting had been called

handled by an agency with enough night elected N.. V. S. Mumford of chases of gifts at this 'season. Legion Post on Tuesday night at the for the purpose of repairing the

power to act. Clewiston as Worshipful Master for Clewiston and Hendry County Pilot's Club on the ridge. Member:; I courthouse roof the same having

.The meeting brought together the ensuing year. He succeeds Wm.C. have not yet fallen down on any of of the LaBelle post were also invited been badly damaged by the recent ;'

some of the most outstanding authorities Owen, also of Clewiston.: their major war bond quotas but to attend this meeting. storm and was now leaking badly.

on state drainage and geology J. B. Cox, locktender for the U. there- was a slight deficiency in the Everyone present was lavish in I H. E. Goodman, Fort Myers, Flor- .,

"with a determination to take some S. Engineers at, Ortona, was elected saleof "E" bonds in the, Fifth praise of the splendid chicken dinner ida, being ''present and also submit' :'

action 'very soon which will save the Senior Warden and Glen E. Ether- Drive. The committee is hoping that which was prepared by Lawrence ting the following letter: ,-- "Q

dwindling water supply of South ton of Clewiston was elected Junior I this portion of the quota may also De Marco and it was unanim- I H. E. GOODMAN .- ;"

*, Florida. The Kissimmee River and Warden. I. E. Scott of Moore Ha- be put well over the top'in the Sixth ously voted by Legionnaires present General Contractor :;

..) its influence on this over-all 'prob- ven was ,re-elected treasurer and Drive. to have been the finest meal it has: I Fort Myers, Fla. :,

lem was discussed at length on the Walter. L. Bellamy, secretary.' been their privilege to enjoy. : Nov. 16, 1944.

., opening day of the meeting with A report from the auditing com- A brief business session preceded Board of County Commissioners,, "J

Senator N. Ray Carroll of Kis- mittee showed the lodge was in excellent FIRST FROST HERE I the dinner: but most of the evening Hendry County, Florida. /

'( simmee making_ the first ,talk and condition and" the purchaseof I I was spent by the members in fully Gentlemen: -f

._', Clarence R. Bitting! president of two' $500 'war bonds,.was. approv: enjoying the splendid food and the I have carefully examined: the ";,

,: United States Sugar Corporation, ed. ,v AS TEMPERATUREGOES entertainment.Aside courthouse building at LaBello and "
; The new officers a'D.o"'ilie appoin- from preparing the food it should ,:
;" following with a' report on, Ever- believe the following work
glades. conditions. G. E. Fergusonof tive officers who will be named very was Mr. De Marco :who furnishedthe I be done at once in order to preserve :

the tr. S. Geological Surrey in shortly by the elected master and DOWN TO 28 after dinner entertainment this building in good 'condition: .\

** Ocala ana"G. "G. Parker of the senior warden will' be installed, withofficer'S when he came up with a clever assortment I" Remove all tile roofing and relay ,

', Geological :Survey: Miami, .spoke ,on of:"the Eastern ''Star;' at'' a '- of sleight-of-hand tricks ,'._same in a first class workmanlike: f;,
_. Joint t s-tfoi-xy to be held on:'.December -, ,. Old ,Man ., -Winter after 'play+icg which were..Jgr.cat\-: \ enjoyed. .. :
tejfci'* .i .- -- -what had ,bfcen-ffcarneuj, uy-their survey -I .j "' "'oj : I manner; "4.. ,, .?,'-',' ;, ";"--l' '
:'*-0r, as .jo surface, : water resources of ZiT instead of December. 28 around .for a week with uneomiditably Expressions ,of appreciation. ,for II i Replace all builf"up roofing'on 'Fsporches -

/ the valley and 'the ,river's effect on. as was erroneously- reported by the low' but not dangerously low the, hospitality 'of- the Riddle Field and in clock tower Installing ,'..::

i'. the conservation, of the natural- ,Water paper last week. temperatures, struck with a vengeance officials and Mr. De' Marco were I I new: flashing, sheatiiig and rafters -.., ;t_

supply. 'Dr. Herman Gunter, -- this morning and residents of given by Commander Frank where necessary;

state' geologist, also gave a talk on Local Board Gives virtually' : every section of the Everglades ling. :There: were some COnk-j Replace gutters .and downspouts
the geological formations of the awakened to look ou't upona 3V three in attendance. where .
necessary;
: state In relation to the water sup-' J Jp1y. List Of CountyDraft blanket of white frost.. I Replace rafters and roof sheating

1 The official temperature reading Standard Oil 'Company i where necessary and painting all
DelinquentsThe
at the Townsite Station of the Unit- woodwork
,. The importance of water supply, new exposed ;
'._> and control was discussed from the I ed States Sugar Corporation was 28 Buys $1,000 BondThe Patch plaster; '
I standpoint of the agronomist, tho Hendry County Selective Serv- degrees and the thermometer of the Install'new louvres in clock tow-

t, cattleman, the horticulturist, the ice office presents the following list Frost Warning Service, located Hendry County quota in the I ;r.

...: .. citrus grower, the drainage engineerMr. it registrants who have failed to'I nearby but closer to the ground, Sixth War Loan Drive is nearer ful- The total cost of the atove should

., ( .- Bestor) the. forester and tho keep the Board advised of changesof registered 26.3 degrees. lillment today due to the subscrip- lot exceed approximately $5,500.00 %

county agent by selected representatives address. Although most of these Moore Haven and Benbow reported ion: of $1,000.00 by Standard Oil and I will do this work at actual

, of 'these groups. men are overage, under present official temperatures' of 30 degrees Company (Ky.), t ost plus 10% for supervision, 4

At the afternoon! session the" :first regulations a. man of any age who 'while Bare Beach, just southof Mr. ''J. A. McGehee, the company's* equipment and 'overhead, and 10%
registered is available for Induc- Clewiston reported the lowest local entered the started in
day the group heard Governor-elect agent at-Clewiston, i profit. Work can be
tion, or prosecution if the delinquency reading so far in'the 'glades, 26
Millard Caldwell promise to lend his subscription for Standard Oil, and about two weeks and materials cane
complete support to the water conservation is willful. II degrees. No report had been received received expressions 'of appreciation I ) obtained without delay if prompt

l -, problem providing a worthwhile This list is being published in the as this is written, from South from': the committee.Mr. '. I fiction is taken 'on this proposal.
: hope that family or friends may Lake Harbor and Ritta but
and intelligent program could Bay McGehee, well t known in this Yours very truly,
know their present whereabouts and I Runyan in the Eastern Division reported ,
.' be mapped out. ,He said he know I ommunity, stated that the actionf I' -H.. E. Goodman. =x
'very little about the technical side notify Local Board No. 1, Clewiston, 28 degrees and all stations I the Standard Oil Company was Motion by Commissioner Asa '
at Should the board not be on side of the lake had readings !
once. that
t:ken as an expression of the genuine -
Commissioner ,
J -i> of' the question- but could} readily Townsend seconded by -
: able to locate these men the list will from 28 to 32 degrees. in I
interest of the organization .
-: understand the great Importance of A. J. Evers that the Board repair .
, he turned over to the proper au- It is still too early to get a com-
a water control program. Other the: success of the Sixth War Loan In the Courthouse roof and that 'j
thorities for induction oi. frost damage but it
prosecution plete report on Hendry County and in the state. '
speakers at this session Included fir H. E. Goodman be employed to ;1
is safe to that a majority of the
.- Col. A. B. Jones, district U. S. Engineer : say --- supervise the work on such terms' :
Whit tender vegetables will be casual-
A. P. Spencer, director of Kiwanis Club Hears is may be agreed upon in accord- J
Russell Washington Danley, registered ties. Cabbage, celery, escarole and
the state extension service, and W. once with a letter dated November
at LaBelle Florida. Last weather will probably -
other colder crops '
Turner Wallis, general manager of ,, Report On Athletics 16. 1944, addressed to the Board
known address Panama City, Fla: not be seriously damaged. The
the ,Everglades Drainage District. .. and signed by Mr. H. E. Goodman
'tl
J William Edgar Platt, registered at leaves of the sugar cane will probably .
The closing talk that evening was Club Motion carried
" B.- L. Thompson Kiwanis l
LaBelle. Last known address Ove- be nipped by the frost but it I
,1
'c'am made by Frank Holland director of member of the Athletic Association Motion by Evers seconded by
-ida, Fla.; Dwight Hampton Brown- is not believed that the temperature I
Florida Agricultural Research Townsend that the Board adjourn. '
the chairman ',2
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md also association gave
; ing, registered at Clewiston. Last remained low long enough to do any
Institute and a brother of the present : (Motion carried.
J at the meeting
a report to the club
known address Tampa; Joseph Mil- serious, damage to the stalks. .
governor activities during Minnies December 5, 1044
I :, burn Rudd, registered at LaBelle. Wednesday night on -
1, The second day of the session was I Last known address Marietta,. Ga.; I David Thomas ,JoinsU. .he football season, 'recently closed The Board of County Commissioners -
taken up with a discussion of the Mr.. Thompson's report also included of Hendry County, Florida
William Major Haynie, registered at
; '. relation of type and composition of Clewiston. Last known address Orlando -I S. NavyDavid : a financial report with a onvened in regular session on Tues- ,'.j
It- day! December" 5, 1944, at. the
soil to plant, animal and human Allen Douglas, registered resume of receipts from games and
; ;
.'1 nutrition. Outstanding speakers LaBelle. Last known address Fort Thomas, son of Mr. and Toni donations and expenditures for ;Courthouse in LaBelle Florida,

II from all parts of the country were Myers; John David Poole, registeredat Mrs. M. A. Thomas left he season. The end of the season nth the following members present -.
this ClewistOTl\\ better equiived : Chairman J. O. Davidson, G.E.
heard on program. LaBelle. Last known address on Thursday to report 'inds' the teams much

Frostproof; Gorden Homer Cox, registered -! duty with the United States N'ny. > their athletic field in much bet- J. Etherton, George L. Poole, A. J.

J Annual Christmas I at Clewiston. Last known After a temporary assignment in ter condition and bleachers built for I avers and Asa Townsend together and
with H. A, Rider attorney,
N address Clewiston: 'Gettis Goree Ca- Miami, he will be transferred to !:spectators but with funds consideribly .

c Program To Be Held son, Jr., registered; at Clewiston. Bainbridge, Maryland, to pursuehis depleted. Villiam T. Hull, Clerk.seconded '
i Motion oy
I Last known address Tampa. active duty. David was sworn Ensign 'V. C. Owen, jr. who is by Evers
-- I Mrs. Summerallse
Onida
'oole that .
The annual Christmas ivrjrram, Colored into the Navy in, Atlanta two weeks ;spending a few days at home thisweek to
day .
$1.00
paid the sum of per
;, sponsored by the Sunday. Pchnol of Arthur William, registered at ago. before reassignment, gave fL. Willis Motion
brief talk on the work he ..has:; been I take care of George
tho First Baptist Church, will be Clewiston Last known address Belle

l given Friday eveninp. Dpremhpr Glade; Joe Pinkney, registered at Special Christmas loing at Mid-shipman's school and arried.Commissioner Poole was authorized -
school at Plattburg -I
indoctrination :
he :
22, at eight o'clock. A cordial invitation LaBelle. Last known address Jack- clothing for George
Dance Be Held N. Y. This school is now be- to purchase ,
Is extended to all to enjoy son, Ga.; Emmett Smith registeredat To

i the fine program which has been ar- Clewiston. Last known address I ng closed after being operated" by I ITillis.Motion Etherton seconded by _
by
' Clewiston Harlee Williams, Mrs. Powers, Recreation_ he Navy for about a year and Ens
ranged. Information has been received ; Henry; Eugene avers that the bills be paid as read,
1 that Santa Claus will be present registered at Clew ston. Last known Chairman, has announced that the Owen is reporting soon to Norfolk. lotion carried.

to greet all children and grown- (Continued on Page 4)) I Cadet Club will hold a special County ,Canvassing
a .. Miss Jo Anne Long, daughter of The Hendry
at the Community
i IITT Let us make this a great ---- Christmas dance previously filed their
night. RATIONING NOTICEOf i Center next Wednesday evening, Mr and Mrs. F. C. Long, and :Miss Board having the following had
o'clock. Marianne Jones, daughter of Mr. and eport showing
from eight until twelve
November 7th,
In the
,Mrs. A. D Richardson. Mrs.. G. V. interest to all home cannersis The occasion will he a formalone Mrs. O. A. Jones, students at Florida been elected election the same was recordd -

'Cook and Mrs. James Cheyne were the notice that date of issuanceof and Mrs. Powers adds that thcr-i State College for Women, will 944
and all canning ended will be orchestra and that Christmas arrive tomorrow to spend the Chriataias as follows:
w visitors in West Palm Beach on any sugar. an Continued on Page 6)r
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Tuesday., on December 9th. a. refreshments v/t1\ be served. holidays with their parent:

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INTERNATIONAL Gems of Thought i


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SUNDAY "
Lesson CHARACTER is like a tree "!"

reputation is its shadow.

WN.U.RELEasE By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST D. D. The shadow is what we think of
---- Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. I it: the tree is the real thing.
THE STORY THUS FAR: Zorle Corey, Steve opened the door. He smiledin miral?" Paul asked. His face was Released by Western Newspaper Union. Abraham Lincoln.

who hates herself for being meek and a lazy, friendly way, and his sober but Zone saw the malice in

shy, Is half-time secretary to Prof. Fol- eyes, bluer than she had ever seen his eyes. Lesson for December Believe not each accusing tongue

some. She agrees to deliver some Invitations them, held a twinkle, as if they The admiral suddenly glared. 17 As most weal. persons do;
for the professor's wife, but while But still believe that
shared a secret. He wore blue "You're trying to distract me from story wrong
in a fit of tears over the Job a handsome Lesson Which ought be
not to true.
stranger comes along and gets her story lounging pajamas and he remindedher my book!" he said angrily. "I Council lected and bcopyrigh edScbytuInternational

from her.. He destroys the invitationsand more than ever of a great, lazy, won't have these interruptions! permission.of Religious Education; used bj SHERIDAN.

deposits them In the trash basket. dangerous cat."Courage Clear out, both of you!" He is happiest, be he king or

Her fiance's grandfather, Admiral Duncan my brave," he said Paul sauntered out, .but Steve CHRISTIAN LIVING AT ITS BEST peasant, who finds peace in his

calls on Zorle and fairly forces her with a conspirator's air. "He's in stayed. home.-Goethe.

to accept a Job writing his memoirs of there. Waiting.. And it's going to "Zorie," he said, "whats| your LESSON TEXT-Galatlans 5:22.6:10.

the Spanish-American war. Aboard the be pretty tough." opinion?" GOLDEN TEXT-If we live In the Spirit, There are no hopeless situations I:,.
Samoa, route to Hawaii, she let us also walk In
steamer the
,
en
Spirlt.-GalaUans
dances with Steve, brother of her fiance, Admiral Duncan, in white ducks "Of war with Japan?" she 5:25. ; there are only men, who

Paul Duncan. Steve Is the handsome and a short-sleeved white shirt with gasped. have grown hopeless about

stranger who had destroyed. those Invita no necktie, was pacing up and down "No. The book." Life and profession must begin ac them.-Anon. .

tions. the lanai. He was holding a handful "I'm only an amanuensis,"' Zorie cord. To follow Christ means more

of scraps of yellow paper. said promptly.: than embracing a creed, or followinga

I "Sit down, my dear, sit down!" "Well, that's an opinion. Your ritual; it calls for daily living of
CHAPTER VII he cried. "It's la fine morning for book stinks, Admiral." the highest type. |U9 PROTECTS CHAFED SKIN sf

Zorie got'p and latched the door work, isn't it? I've decided to skip "Get out of here!" his grand- Herein Christianity 'differs from OROLlt E ?J

tested the latch. my early years and begin' with father said shrilly. "Stop annoying all other. religions. It is a living
again. She again WHITE
PETROLEUM
JELLY
Annapolis. I'll'just start with my me- faith in a living Lord-which .pro-

It When held. she awakened in the first years there-hm?" "Look," Steve said patiently. duces a living testimony. Such a life

was the Her pencil flew across the pink- "You want an interesting book, is: a

morning, by the phone'ringing, lined pages. He never paused to don't you?" I. Spiritual (Gal. 5:22-26). f
but longer
door again no
was'open ,
banging, because the ship had spell proper names. Punctuation. "I'm" going to have an interestingbook The Christian receives his new life SNAPPY FACTS

he ignored. through the ministering, of the Holy

stopped She waited rolling.for Amber to answerit Steve stretched out in a long bam "Why," Steve said gently, "not Spirit.: Since that is true, "let us ABOUT
boo chair and put his chin on' his start with the family background? also I
walk by the
but Amber did not awaken. She .Spirit" (v. 25). Every -
hand and smoked cigarettes. He That's where all autobiographiesstart.
child of God (not just'a few
lying her back. Her face, as
was on
kept his eyes half-closed.: Tell us about the first Duncan some ) is live nJriRUBBER
in the clear; cold light of early suppose to this kind of
shocking. All color He said, after a half hour of it: -John Paul Jones Duncan- spiritually fruitful life. -- \ "

was morning drained, was from it, and it was com- "Admiral, nobody will want to read coming to the islands in 1824, giv- The works of the flesh, horrible.

pletely relaxed. Her mouth was that,junk. If.you must write a book, ing up his commission and landingin their wickedness and lust, are listedin
why not the story of the family? Honolulu with eighty-five cents
open a little and she seemed hardlyto verses 19-21, and then by striking The size of the country's .
be breathing. Fascinated by what which he ran up into" the finest sugar contrast we have the fruit of the synthetic rubber productionmay

she saw, Zorie stared. It was not plantation on- Spirit in the life of the Christian. depend not only upon .

now the face of a ruthless, imperious "Everybody knows that story, Note the distinction: work is some- technical progress, but also I

girl, but that of a girl with no ,'riyPT the admiral angrily interrupted."Do thing we produce; fruit is something upon policies adopted for disposal
know it Zorie? Steve
you that
of government-owned
illusions, no faith, no hope. grows.
asked.
Zorie snatched up the phone as it Walking in the Spirit the Christian plants, i in-the_opinion of JohnL.

started to ring again. "No, Zorie said" meekly. finds in his life the inward, gracesof Collyer, president of The

s tS "There you are! Steve cried. love, joy, and peace. These then B. F. Goodrich Company and
The admiral's voice said heartily:
He resumed his dictation. But it
express themselves outwardly in a pioneer in synthetic devel I

"Good morning, Zorie, good morn- had nothing to do with early daysin long suffering, kindness, goodness, opment. '

ing! It's a beautiful day-a fine day the Sandwich Islands. It dealt faithfulness, meekness, and self-con- I
for work-hm? What do you say we Authorities expect that about ;
with his pranks at Annapolis.It trol. The Spirit-filled man is, not
get to work as soon as you've had a 32,500 tons of natural rubber will
almost when Steve I
was noon only, a good man, he lives a good
bite of breakfast? reach the U. S.from the AmazonIan I
1 who had been lounging all this timein

"All right," Zorie said in hermme- YI,, I6 the long .chair and gazing out life.II.. Gentle (Gal. 6:1). region this year. Our synthetic I--
} + r program Is now geared to'pro-
lodiously meek voice. e Ct' over the sparkling blue sea, again Christiantity is not harsh and unforgiving I.-
She found the dining-room, which interrupted.. duce 836,000 long tons a year
toward one who has of this substitute for crude.
was almost empty-it still lacked "Your amanuensis is a wreck, sinned. Certainly there can be noth-

eighteen minutes of eight a. m.anda Admiral,". he said. "Go out and ing but stern condemnation of con-

steward directed her to a small grab some fresh air, Zorie. I' havea tinued, flagrant, impenitent sinning.

table against the wall. $ ; feeling that all this fascinating But toward the one who has failed,

The waiters did not seem to have ttTh material will keep." the winsome attitude of loving restoration ,

much to do, but it was a long time ti : !, rj:? ft Zorie was relieved and grateful.She should be the first reaction. y .y G d

before one of them came to her f. didn't want to be\in the same There is good reason for this, for

table. He looked insolent, and when room with Steve any longer. Shecouldn't God is kind, and Christ. would not

he asked ,for'per order, he was almost ItPik? keep her eyes off' him, or quench the smoking flax (Matt.

rude. J i her thoughts away from him. 12:20): Then who are we, weak and I..

.... She presently felt eyes staring at ,,. "Take a turn on deck, my ,dear, fallible human beings to treat an ooh
.-- -.. her. She glanced up.: At a table and 'come back after''lunch," the erring brother with hardness? -lct
two removed from hers sat the man .admiral ordered.
v III. Kind. (Gal. 6:2-5)).
with scrubby red' hair and powerful
,
Zorie crossed the other room and
We to the brother in need
are help ,
shoulders-the had
she
sloping man
opened the corridor door. A '
man lift his burden
h and bear it for him
last outside her
seen night room was bending down close to the door.
I (v. 2)). At the same time do not go
lighting a cigarette and, later, at It was the beefsteak eater-Mr.Lanning's .
the Palm Room bar with Winthrop around expecting anyone to bear
friend. There was a cigarette your burden (v. 5)).' Ask God for
Lanning.His in his mouth. He flicked the and bear it If 1 '* ,
yourself.
grace your
stare was so absorbed that it
wheel of his lighter'and it.
lighted brother
helps you-good. 'If not, do
did not disconcert him when her .. ... I
.. Zorie stopped, with the door open, not be offended. Too Chris-
eyes met his. They' were expres- with her hand clutching the knob. many
sionless. His long dark face was "Get out of here," his grandfathersaid There was no question in her mind tians expect others to help. Relief At Last (
-
expressionless. He was searchingand shrilly. "Stop annoying me." Then there is the need for kind-
that this had been
man bending
in of oneself and one'sneighbor.
ness thinking ,
searching her face. It was, not Begin it with your recollections of down, with his ear to the door.
Pride is
(
self-deception v.
concerted admiration. It was the most intense early days in the Islands. That's a Her impulse to call Steve was so 3). It puts God against us (James For Your CoughCreomulsion

inquiry. story. It's wonderful stuff." strong that she whirled about, with
4:6): ). We will have no time or occa-
Zorie felt the heat of embarrass-
,Zorie wanted to say, "Oh, boy! her mouth open. But she changedher sion to judge our neighbor if we relieves promptly be-

ment and resentment flash into her Do I agree with you!" But she pru- mind. The man with scrubby : honestly appraise our own life (v, cause it goes right to the seat of the

cheeks. She looked away. A waiter dently said nothing. red hair and powerful shoulders was i trouble to help loosen and expel

brought him his breakfast. Its main "I'll get to that," the admiral Mr. Lanning's friend, and Mr. .Lan 4) germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto
dish was a large thick steak. He IV. Honorable (v. 6)). soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed -
said irritably. Steve's friend. And
ning she
was
While the Christian will not be bronchial mucous mem-
carved it and ate it with a ravenous- "You won't have space for it," intended to ask Steve no more ques- seeking glory or reward for branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa

ness that appalled her. His expres- Steve drawled. tions about his friends She any bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding
honorablein
himself will
sion was bestial. He ate swiftly, Paul came ,in. He glanced into closed the door firmly, walked past he always be you must like the way it
caring for those who serve him quickly allays the cough or you are
bolting the steak, gulping his coffee.
the lanai, turned and started out. the man and went on deck.
in the gospel. Salvation is free, and to have your money back.CREOMULSION. .
Now and then he stared at Zorie. "Wait a minute," Steve halted She looked about the ship for Paul
teacher of the
no true preacher or
,He presently lighted a cigarette, got him. "The admiral has been dictat- and found him stretched out in a it. But

up"and left. ing nothing but hooey. We'd like to steamer chair reading a thick book the gospel necessities would set of a life price must on be pro- for Coughs,Chest Colds,Bronchitis I't. l-

Zorie was finishing her cold coffee have opinion." Anna Freud. She wanted
your by to tell
vided it of the
and is the obligation
when Paul came in and sat down
in "I don't want anybody's opinion," him about the eavesdropper, but one who is served to "communicate" -
the empty 'chair across from her. the admiral barked. Paul obviously displeased -
was by
of that which he has to his
He looked as,if he hadn't slept well. "Count me out of this," said Paul. her, interruption. He kept glancing HAPPY-PEPPY
brother.
teaching
He \was haggard and gray and his, "Zorie Steve said "read the
some back at page.
-.. eyes had the blurred: look of suffering of that last stuff to Paut" He was again being inconsiderate.He church'It need had hardly obeyed be this said and that similar if the as the Day You Were,Married?

.
While the admiral fidgeted, she had evidently forgotten his morn-
feel old before
There's to
admonitions found in many placesin no reason your
"Darling, look, he said. "I'm read several pages of it. ing's anguish. Having reassured should have the time. The hard work of making a home
not
terribly sorry about last night, but "Well," Steve said presently, himself that he had nothing to fear Scripture, we and supporting a family need not take
;. this whole thing goes much deeper think disgrace of an underpaid ministry, the pep and fun out of your life. If }
"what do 'you of it, Paul? where Steve was concerned, he had C
of an understaffed church, and of you're always tired worn-out, rundown,
'
'than you may suspect. I admit I'm "I have a new slogan," Paul an- returned her to her niche in his I with maybe you're suffering from a vitamin-
missionaries to
waiting no
: jealous of Steve. I've always been swered. 'Avoid controversies and mind-a niche that was doubtless la- go mineral deficiency. Try the Vita-Berlea
jealous of him. But it isn't I money to send them. Let us be honorable 10 day treatment.-A special combinationof
just that. you won't wear out so fast.' I've belled, "Zorie, mine, nothing to wor-
about this matter. essential minerals and 2,000 units of
'I know. that I
haven't had
you much been up on the bridge with the skip- ry about.", V. Consistent (Gal. 6:7, 8)). Vitamin B-1. A formula developed especially -
experience with his kind, and I was per. He thinks we're going to have She lunched alone and returned to I for folks over 40. Vita-Berlcs only
There is inexorable law which
so afraid he'd turn head." an $1.00 at store.
your war with Japan any minute. What's the admiral's suite. She was dis your drug
t- He looked at her with a tentative, your opinion, Admiral?" appointed-and glad-that Steve brings only the harvest which is VITA-BERLES SALES COMPANY

hopeful smile She felt sorry for I "Not for a while," the admiral wasn't there. The admiral was downon planted. Too many Christians are 12630 Superior Ave. Cleveland, Ohio

Paul; sorry for his unhappy, clever, said. "We- have them on the run. his hands and knees in the lanai trying to reap the fruit of spirituality -
when they have sown only the
mind.
: analytical Our Far Eastern policy is stiffer with a large sheet of wrapping pa-
and worldliness.
seed of indifference
f "I know how
he affects women. than they expected. We've called per spread out before him. On it J7 : t

But I should have had enough brains their bluff. At the proper time, our was a crude, elaborate diagram in I It can't be done! /1
to.see then, as I do now, that you're will out there Self will is always struggling
navy go and blast soft pencil.
God's will in the life of the ";
't' much too wise much against 3.
too fine "
and them off the Pacific-hm? Steve walked in. Steve wore a I
balanced, to let a man like Steve Zorie watching shirt without tie Christian. Sowing to the flesh means
was Steve. His soft white a and
.. turn head." yielding to self. And the result? Cor-
your J Vin
;
was dubious.
expression "We flannels. He peered over Zorie's
"Yes, Paul," ,she said gravely.He hope," he murmured. shoulder. ruption. Yes, even in the life of a
Christian. How much there is of
was still looking at her un- '"Kuruso and Admiral Nomuraare "What is it?" he asked.
work!
it hinders God's
that and how
,
easily. "You aren't sore at me for a pair of beggars," the admiral "The Battle of Manila Bay," his the truth
There is here important
?, blowing off last night?" went on. "They were sent to Wash- grandfather answered.
that the who to the Spirit
sows
c-, "No, darling," she said gently. ington to beg for oil and U. S. "What," Steve asked coldly, "was I eternal one life. That speaks of
trade. They're on their knees be- Battle of Manila Bay?" reaps "r5i
As she looked at him, smiling, his the salvation itself, but it also speaksof
brother became unimportant. cause Japan" is terrified of our strik- "Get out of here! the admiral spiritual development.VI. 41
ing
T And when Paul said softly, "Dar power. snapped. Diligent (Gal. 6:9: 10).
Steve was shaking his head. "Ja- Steve held out his hands implor- ,
have QUICK: RELIEF!Freezing weather dries
ling, you know I adore It has been said that we
she
k- you, pan is playing smart," he said. ingly. "Zorie, I ask you! Is this out skin cells.Skin may crack,bleed. xt
{ felt her churchworkers '
: heart lift and three classes in the -
up 'glow with local :
Mentholatum Stimulates
-. "She isn't afraid of our striking stuff the admiral's been dictating to (1)
: ,:. And that-and and shirkers. The shirker :
response. not the jerkers blood supply helps Nature heaL !
, > recKless physical feeling she had power. She has plenty of striking you pure bilge, or is it pure bilge? does nothing. One wonders whether (2)) Helps revive "thirsty" cells BO
power of her own. The "Zorie!I" the admiral cried."Hasn't 'ff
: for Steve popular there they can retain needed moisture from
-was love. he is saved since is
really ,
idea that Japan is a pushover is a he a lot of nerve telling us the blood. For chapped skin-quick,
Paul went look no sign of life. The worker is the Mentholatum! Jars tubes .
to for someone mistake. I don't trust Kuruso and how we want to write our book 3W.MENTHOLATUM(
who would play paddle tennis with Nomura and I'm one upon whom one can always de-
glad the Hawaiian We're doing all right, aren't we-
him, and Zorie pend. The jerker is the one who
went down to B Station is on battle alert." hm?"
Deck and the admiral's suite. takes hold mightily, and then is gone
"What's your answer to that, Ad- (TO BE CONTINUED)
when .you most need him. __

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evening gown comes ,_...;#h,____.____n
new dignity and new accent on the
formal fashions. VICTOR JORY
elegant look in

What with a vast amount of enter- .",... :,.:,.,- ..,....-- gram, has received many an odd .l rC e.p' ill'
taining'going on for the men homeon
gift. Among them is a six-inch
is it that decollette necklines the off-
furlough small wonder guiling statue of himself with diamond
the call for lovely dine and 'dance shoulder effect being favored although v
made of weld- .
eyes, by a group lady ,:
..>, dresses is resounding throughout the there are many other attrac- ers in Maine. And he received some
fashion realm these days. Then too, tive low-cut versions.
from Indian !
wampum an squaw
it gives zest to the demand for dressup Elegance together with,the appealof -? -- Jiji

clothes in that the holiday seasonis youth is seen in the lovely holi- Lawrence Welk, the Mutual net- '
coming on with many plans for day gown' of, white' net over white work bandsman whose "champagne MAKE this season the gayest
the social season which will then be satin shown to the right in the illus- music" is often on the air, is look- ever-for accessories! Get out

at its height. tration. It has a halter-top bodice ing for a new girl vocalist to take those old felt hats .. cut 'em up
That the longer-length gown has with a bouffant skirt of white networked the place of Jayne Welton; she will into beanies, belts, lapel orna-

definitely regained its former style over shimmering white 'have a permanent job with the or- ments, slippers.
prestige, there is no doubt. In creat- satin. Red 'sequin applique accentu- chestra.Mr., Welk wants a girl witha )
ing the modish' long dinner gowns ates the graceful' diagonal seam- "champagne voice." It's the You'll have lots of fun making felt Remember that Constipation 'can ,,.:;
_A and evening formals, designers are ing of the bodice. chance of a lifetime' for some girl "gee-gaws. Instructions 706 contain pat make easy problems look hard

making approach from two different' The achievement of the dinner' who wants to sing with a top- ight terns shown.of all pieces' ; ""directions:-. i for:; .....articles Constipation can.undermine energy .,j
angles. The one leads statuesque, gown shown'to the left is in its suave band. Due to an unusually large demand> and and confidence. Take Nature's ;:
sirenslim'sheathlike gowns that be- I I lines and its gracious dignity. The -7E"Rags" }- current war conditions, slightly more time Remedy (NR Tablets).Contains no .
chemicals no minerals,phenol de "
speak dignity' and ultra sophistication ;
beaded roses that cascade from Raglund is back in Holly- rivativet1RTablets are different '
setting a new high in lovely- shoulder to hip add a superb color wood, set for a role in "Her High- Flounder's Enables It act different. Purely e.regerable-a ".,
lady fashions. touch. The narrow ,skirt is slit at ness,-'and the Bellboy," starring Eye combination of 10 vegetable ingredi ;
The other contrasts the sophisti- the hemline in.front, a styling tech- 'Hedy 'Lamarr''' and Robert' Walker. To Take Neutral Color ents formulated over 50 years ago. -
cate types with airy-fairy bouffant nique that is featured, in most of Also assigned ''to this cast are Aud- Uncoated or candy coated, their
creations that are youthfully and entrancingly the new siren-slim evening gowns. rey Tetter and Tom Trout, new- action is dependable, thorough, yet
Studies of the 'winter flounder millions of NR's
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gentle .as haveproved.
fashioned of and
yards The accompanying 'scarf, accented comers who make their debut in
I' that the of this fish is Get a 25E Convincer Box.
yards of fine net or sheerest mar- with the same beaded rose design, "Main Street After Dark." prove the which eye enables it to takeon Caution:Take only as directed.
I quisette, that billows about ,over a can be worn over the hair in the -- ;-- organ NR TONIGHT TOMORROW ALRIGH7
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Ego, originally as
'summer which it lies, in order to deceive ALL-VEGETABLE LAXATIVE
I white clouds on a day. can be knotted as a scarf at one a radio play by Arch Oboler, will -
head of the fish
When the
f The skirts are topped with'girlish" shoulder. Scarfs are everywhere in be done as a movie by M-G-M. prey.
1 bodice tops fitted to accent" the slim the evening mode, either of self- : Henry Daniels Jr. has the male lead, was placed against a black turned back- / ,/
waistline. They all have most be- fabric or glitter-embroidered sheer.In ground, its entire body very
Thaxter the The
Phyllis plays girl.
i dark and vice Collier's. -
versa,
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the artful hands of the wearer that cast includes Kathleen Lockhart and PR-TABLETS PRONE
I I understands its wiles and its witch- Edmund Gwenn; Oboler directs.
The ability of this fish
Fur Elegance ery, a scarf adds greatly to the ,--7 uncanny WORD SUGGESTIONFOR
to copy a varied background was
j charm of a long stately gown. Dinah Shore hopes to be able to
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A iAW\1N* ? black '
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I :1 trend toward tall statuesque lines, week on her radio show, since the it reproduced well enoughto
J _Itf .lli rl the sheath dress centered in the public liked "Pretty Soon" so much. make itself indistinguishable at T

'. ,, /.iJg::: :: group is of unusual interest. For Since she sang it, Dinah's received ten feet. A,'
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I ti' I fff.& : Jtitii$11 t chose a purple in a soft violet tone -4----: .,

tN:f1f.iWti.f.Mf ;: :?.fu.< : '. .f:$.:.i:1tf ft1f.1Mg1tt:: /$ f*; ::.4{ J for 'the material itself. Purple is a Radio actors are haunted by the I
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) 9", :w:;.W 1X? '>;, :::t1r; :;.1 self-fringed edge dramatically high-' pened to' Chet Lauck of "Lum and
::-i.iim. .ifd' f f1f light this gown at 'neckline, waist Abner," ,once; a business appoint-
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J : : every move the beautyof that it was 5:15-"Lum and
exquisitely designed silver kid Abner" the air but he
t (If:> ::' :: were on ,
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J1Plii@I': evening shoes. wasn't! He. got to the studio at 5:20, :

e H1Yf} : : : There is much to be said in regard to find that Tuffy Goff, "Abner," was A ';j
.) fl P. Y'}hf ::tl'J w to the present flair for winter doing fine, ad libbing the show. ?
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: white in ,the evening mode. Madeof
:! ::4" ; ':%m? bJ Cagney
'; ::: t& ..f. >i@N NI.t white crepe or jersey in the new Jimmy has been made '
% '} and Regimental Guardian of a British \
JIM w sculptural draped lines,
{ '{'. ,, ;:,:y..r'4i very
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"; -v.< %?:;(;' >;: : "ssy simple save for a discreet use of fighting unit; Capt. Dennis King ..RUBIN -

i % -i.w,, Wgrf1fMw.tW1 crystal and silver embroidery, these notified Cagney that the regiment _
<: ';( Mi- hf't' prettily feminine I had just finished two weeks of heroic
gowns are
NiJ/i.f 1#:; jl among j
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i.f gN .i < frock of tour few months and \ _
;. t ,[ 'I .i.J11rt' rustling plaid taffeta, which a ago
.,. >tcy<: 'f.ih-:: if Ml." young girls adore. have decided that he belongs to O Ben-Gay acts fast to relieve > .,
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r j:';;w 4l7b, i' :Itf {.WJ1<; Coiffure Combs Add Charm next big musical "George White'sScandals pain-relieving ingredients y y>F ,

: :': :f.. iWXf{ And Keep Hair in Order of 1945," which will go into known to every doctor. Yes, s
r1x<"'" ;,:.y8',,'}'::% production in January. Gene Krupa contains to 21/2' .
;tk; 'i". .. : ,d<, ? Even if you are not interested in and his band were signed some time Ben-Gay up "
;: ':: >';p:< @ times of these tested in- s
coiffure combs right now it's a safe ago for a featured appearance in the more
r1 h'h: .' .iZ.1 1 guess to say that you will be later. film. Felix Feist will direct. gredients-methyl salicylate ;''

'-'-'- : :." Sooner or later the fad will spread '--7f--: end menthol-than five other *m .
until everybody will be wearing 'em. "Behind the Scenes at CBS," widely offered rub-ins. Nowonderit'ssofastsosoothing
It has been many a year since the They're the new thing in hair or- Tuesday evenings, has already won !
fur stole was "in style," but this naments, and no mistake. They are its place on many a family's'list of r
fall it returned in all its glory. Some- being turned out in every conceiv- favorite radio programs. With Doug- Get genuine Ben-Gay.

+ luxurious able design and the beauty of it is las Edwards serving as guide, columnist -
stole of chiffon wild mink as they keep the hair in place at the and host to CBS top per-
here pictured. The stole is bound in same time that they flatter. You sonalities, it really takes us behind '
; the middle with a set-in band to can' get everything from little tuck the scenes at a great broadcastingstudio

1 form a cape at the back and two combs as worn in the gay nine- giving the public a chanceto SI '
wide ends that. drape around the ties to handsome diadem effects in learn what goes on behind manya f f f f
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Clewiston News more money to spend and little respect tell plenty concerning his prowess. miker, registered at Clewiston.1.! Community Center.
The
for pennies, uncomplaininglyshells Last known address Fort Myers; "The Word of God" is the them
out 20c for a pack of cigarettes Lt. Jim Beardsley has finally John Brown, registered at Clewis- of the minister's sermon.'

Published every Friday In Clewiston, they got for 15c or two-for-a- I f found 'a place for Hannah and the ton. Last known address Sanibel, You are, cordially invited to wor- r:,
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, quarter prior to the tax. baby to live in New York and they'reoff Fla.; Cleve Grant, registered at ship with us.
'DC. source of reve- this week to join him. 31ewiston.
Another possible Last known address Lake The Christmas party for the pre-
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nue suggested at the Municipal Harbor; Isiah McCoy, registered at school children will be given by the
Entered as second class mall matter League convention was a 20 percent Betty Bell showed us some pictures Moore Haven. Last. known address Mothers' Club '
1, 1927, at tho-Post Office In on Monday, December -
CFewlaton February Florida, under the Act of tax on fire insurance policies which, of Sandy this week which she Moore Haven; John Thomas, registered 18, at 7:00 p. m., at the church..
March 3, 1897. It was estimated, should produce received recently. Sandy is now in at Clewiston. Last known address -I I

r-- about a million and a half dollars.It France after spending a great many Fort Myers; Rollin Junior MARGARET'S: CHURCH
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CARR SETTLE, Publisher was pointed out that since the months in Italy, at Rome, Naples Smith, registered at Clewiston. Last Fr. Peter J. Reilly, Pastor
..--- cities are charged with the respon- and Anzlo. He says: he likes Italy known address Clewiston; CurtisM. I.

Subscription Rate-92.50 Per Year sibility of maintaining fire protec- and the Italian people better than \ Choice, registered at Clewiston. Mass: Clewiston 9:00 a. m.

Rate On Application. tion, a small tax on fire insurance the French but from the appear- I Last known address Clewiston; Geo. Pahokee 11:00 a. m.
AdvcrtlKlng
to provide revenue for better fire ance of the charming mademoisellewho Walker, registered at LaBelle. Last

protection would be In line.It appeared; in one of the pictureshe known address Pahokee; Chas. ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL

Devoted to the advancement and wel- goes without saying that insurance sent ,we're a little inclined, to Edw. Byrd, registered at Clewiston CHURCH or'-(0..

fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. companies will not concur wonder. j Last known address Cambridge, Md.; .
attempt to impose such a .. *.
and any Eddie Joseph Maddox registered Services Sunday
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tax at the coming session will meet Ens.: Wm. C. Owen arrived Tues- Clewiston. Last known ?.address I a. m. _at Clewiston Community

stiff resistance from insurance peo- day from Plattsburg] ,. N. Y., to spenda Syracuse, N. Y.; Eddie Dupree, registered -I-Church.
NATIONAL EDITORIAL_ ple who have learned from experience few days with his parents before at Clewiston. Last known I Rev. S. D. Mason, Rector.

tn ISSOCIATION I that once a tax of any kind is reporting to Norfolk where he has address Clewiston; Earnest Norwood -- .
imposed, it not only remains but !3s been assigned. registered at Clewiston. t
frequently increased. address Selma, Ala:, left Last for known Tennessee :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.

Midnight' oil is burning in manyan And the following nice and much no address; Herbert Wil- :_. FORTAXICABS. Y;

office where representatives of appreciated letter front Yeoman Gus liams, registered at LaBelle. Last 4::
DARK STREETS? this or that group or interest are Cantrell from Jacksonville: known address Marlboro, N: J. : ;

7 busy with schemes and plans to 11 December 1944.. :i_: DAY AND NITE SERVICE :.;:: ....
Clewiston residents are faced with "get their share" of the tax money, Dear Sirs: FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH X PHONE *

the necessity of cooperating in an and none of them care very much It has been some time since I last H. C. ;Meaclor, 'Pastor .!. :.t

effort to prevent breakage of street what happens tothe other fellow. informed the NEWS as to my wherea.bouts .:..:..:..:..:... : :..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
light bulbs by youthful prankstersor Schools, boards, bureaus, depart- and to what I am doing. It Sunday School-9:45 a. m. I

doing without lights after the ments, agencies, counties and districts seems that I am still stationed herein Morning Worship-11:00: a. m.

bulbs are broken. all want their piece of pie, Jacksonville, only a few hundred Training Union-6:15 p. m.

The city may find it necessary! to and if there is not enough to go miles from home, and don't exactly Evening Worship-7:30 p. m. G. M. FORDCivil <

forego the replacement of these around, well, then we can always know how to feel about still being Prayer Service, Wed. 8:00 p. m. c
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bulbs if the depridations continue on figure out ways to "tax and tax and here after twenty-six months. A cordial invitation is extended Engineer and Surveyor: ., '.

the present scale due to the short- spend and spend" and so legislatorswho I received news to the effect that to all in our'community to worship j Specializing In Everglades

age of bulbs and other materials. nobody paid much attention toa I would be stationed here for at regularly with us. We are desirousto "., '
Thus the destruction caused by these few months ago are finding them- least another six months to a yeara make your acquaintance and as Surveys'hone ( .

slingshot, rock and air rifle marks- selves very, very popular today. few days ago and I am very much a church impart a blessing to your GO Clewiston, Fla.Johnson's 'x:.1!,

men, if not stopped,. may result in The old watchword "economy"has perturbed about the whole thing. I life. -- .'

the eventual elimination jot street become obsolete of late years was to have received my orders for Choir Rehearsals! On Tuesday, .... .
lighting in the community. and the general attitude of the pub- overseas duty by 1 January 1944 andI Thursday and Saturday nights of this' --

Every citizen may cooperate. in lic and public servant today seemsto have been looking forward to that next week will be the final choir
putting a stop to this practice by reporting be "What do we care for expenses moment for quite some time. NowI rehearsals for the special Christmas i Fish Camp I

violations at once to city au we've got lots of 'em, so set 'em don't know whether to feel fortu- musical program to be given at the (Near Ihnrirane Gate) t I

thorities. up in the other alley, boy, and hand nate or just down-right unlucky];: I church Christmas Eve. Let every Clewiston, Fla.

0} puaa aq puu neq 013 tnn am have decided that I must be doing one be present for these rehearsals. Boars and Motors-Guide Service -

;. :..:..:..:..:..:.._:....: :..:....4....:.._:..:_'......'..........-. chalk up another' STRIKE." my job in such a way that warrantsmy Watch for further announcementsabout Rates Reasonable i ...'
: deferment from sea-duty or tha this program"Midweek \V. II. Johnson, Slijr.

, . ... . . . . the Navy: just doesn't need me a t prayer service at the

Too Late To Classify sea.I. church Wednesday at/ 8:00 p. m. !
wish there was some way, Let us realize the importance of this ----- 'i

With though, to inform the boys oversea s:;: mid-week service. Come be with

By RUSSELL KAY that we, the USO Commando's (lack us next week.Sunbeams '
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>. ing campaign ribbons), are backing: will meet at the church )
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'. (Mr :..:..:..:..:N.N:N:N:N..::M:NN: N:N N:N:N NN N N:Nt :. Our them one hundred percent and de Thursday afternoon at 3:30. & '.. ,
Boysin voting all of our time to our respec- "For unto us a child is born, un
An inkling of what may be look- tive jobs. By doing our work ei to us a son is given: and the gov-

.- ed to at the next legislative session ficiently here, while we are here, ]I ernment shall be upon his shoulder: DAILY nA1II\"EE-3:4 P. M. .-

J.t t,V: was revealed at.the recent .conference theservice am quite 'sure that we are helpin and his name shall be called Wonderful NIGHT-7 & 9 P. :M.: 'c

:;- of the Florida League of Municipalities them over there. To our boys overseas .. Counsellor, The Mighty God, the SAT. & SUX. CONTINUOUS

t:'.. held in Jacksonville. t -the best of luck.Tiger's Everlasting Father, the Prince of 3--3-7-9 P. M. '.
. Determined to get their share of l"" Peace." WEEK ;BEGINNING -17'

; state funds to offset loss experienced -

:L with the passage of the Homey boar CLEAVISTON COMMUNITY SUN.. & MON., DEC. 17 & 18 _"'-:''';

stead E x e m,p t io n Amendment CHURCH

", spokesmen for Florida cities made David C. Hancock, Minister "Conspirators"with
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ii:... from the legislature and estimated GOSSIP COLUMN :' SUNDAY, DEC. 17, 1944 Hedy LaMarr and Paul Henreid

[: a minimum of $8,000,000 from state Sgt. Oglesby 'Awarded Caroline and Marty are getting; Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr. Co Also Cartoon and Sport Reel
1':: funds as necessary if Florida municipalities along really swell and we hate t I E. Gericke, superintendent. Classes

t. are to stay in business' Bronze Star MedalA see Marty leave for the Army bu for all ages.Morning .
TUES. & AVED. DEC. 19 & 201OffMAcMUI'
with efficient not half bad as Caroline I'm: ,
and provide citizens I as Worship, 11:00 a. m. A
service. sure. How about' it, Caroline? nursery for small children is con- ,

These spokesmen point out that NINTH AIR FORCE: FIGHTER- A certain senior girl likes a certain ducted by the :Mothers': Club at th"' .
BOMBER BASE, BELGIUM: Staff Junior boy and have been dat-
enactment of the Homestead -
since the ....
law the revenues of our municipalities Sergeant Vincent J. Oglesby, Clew- ing lately. What 'seems to be wrong (

have been so curtailed iston, Fla., has been awarded the with the sophomore girl (0. C.?)

that such services as garbage collection Bronze Star Medal for meritorious A few ,boys went duck hunting Look to theIFuture
the other day and swore they didn'tget
disposal, policing
sewerage service as crew chief on a P-47
and fire-fighting operations have Thunderbolt. Sgt. Oglesby maintained any birds but,,a few buzzards
been maintained only under the The buzzards seem to have come
a Thunderbolt for 100 con- [
severest handicaps and few cities secutive combat missions withoutthe from the north-Moore Haven!
Seems that D. C. and F. O. are at
have had funds to purchase news CMRADVE15TMJIL
plane once having to turn back
it again! Good luck you two and RATHBCXE'
equipment or even keep such as they because of mechanical difficulty..
hope make a success of it! REGINALD OSESALSO
have in repair. wf you
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A mechanic in the "Thunder
R. P. and M A. seems to be get-
The .situation today was, described Bums" fighter squadron Sgt. Oglesby .
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as. both dangerous and deplorable.
repaired and serviced his air-
it be because he will be leaving for
CARTOON
During the last ten years equipment plane as his squadron moved from ,
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within of -
the Armed forces a couple -:
x and have become obsolete, e
plants base to base through France and -,
few if any replacements have been Belgium. He worked under field months? Could be. THURS. & FRL, DEC. 21 &
The Junior class really hate to You Will Want To
,', made and most communities are conditions on former German air
struggling to maintain service with bases so that his plane could be see David Thomas leave for the
Navy but the Navy Is a swell placeto Build A HomeIt 9'C
old worn out dilapidated material flown on dive bombing and low level
be. Good luck ,David, and always -
and now find that they have scrapedthe strafing attacks in support of Amer-
I bottom of the barrel with noT ican armored columns and infan- remember the good old Junior t
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.:' funds for either replacement or re try. Class. i ir'

pair. 1 -_+ Why are there so few romances Will Pay You To
in C.H.S.-or could it be some wdon't Bl.
Mayors and City Managers a
see Tech. Sgt. Leroy Hare will arrive 'AC r
.-. possible solution to their problem this week-end from Nashville to know about? If so quit hid- Buy Your Lots

in the cigarette tax and in all proo- spend the Christmas"holidays with Ing.Is Also Cartoon and Latest X

: ability they will make a determined his mother, Mrs. Maud Hare.. From M. T. and M. T. romance in NO'W'CLEWISTON
bloom ? Maybe they've sign- SATURDAY DEC. 23RD
effort to have this increased from here he will go to lliamDeach for again ,

3c, the present rate, to 4c, funds re-assignment. Sgt. Hare wrote his ed a truce!
i" Our deepest sympathy goes to "Yellow Rose Of
from such increased revenue toe mother that he could have remained I
Sherwood.-M.L.B. has gone back to
allocated to the cities.
in Nashville and enjoyed a white Texas"with
Texas-that romance didn't have a
On the other hand there will un- Christmas but would prefer to be at
chance!
doubtedly be an 'attempt made to home and dispense with his share of
Who's the who floods the
one
f" reduce or eliminate the cigarette tax the snow.
stoves? Roy Rogers and TriggerALSO
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,a but any such effort would seem to REALTY
FLASH! The student of C.H.S CARTOON
have little hope for success. The Wo wish to acknowledge the receipt -
asphyxiated yesterdayWhy .
;? merchant who opposed the tax at of a Christmas card this week we pratically CORPORATION 'HAUNTED HARBOR" } o.
certain student
typing
didn't -
.. the last session has found that instead from Mutt Waldron from "some a
of harming him it has actually where in the Pacific." We .can only we know just. start out on secoml -
? He's too far advanced for I
I helped and he makes :more money hope, Mutt that you, too, are hav- year

*x from the sale of cigarettes today ing a swell Christmas even thougha first year. .. .. .. ,
The girls of the junior class wan t {;, -, ..,,,.., Lt.. ",. "" ;: ,-'hI:.' "' '-=' _
than he did before the tax was put long way from home.
to thank Gladys Davison for HIP invitation -
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tax burdensome and sales have increased From the South Pacific, Lt. Edward -: to her shower; and wish he

:''. rather than decreased since .B. Turner arrived last Fridayto the best of luck. Mack's Drug Store

i the taxj was imposed. The average spend a month's leave with his Maybe C.H.S. should have more

cigarette purchaser today finds wife here. Lt. Turner, pilot 'of a parties since everyone enjoyed tli} e.

r : himself paying from 19c to 20c a carrier based fighter, is one of the one for David Thomas Tuesday: !
?; pack and the OPA allows a ceiling outstanding aces of that theatre and night so well. We will all try It

price of 19c, which gives the retailer has plenty of Jap Zeroes to his cre- again in the near future. Excellent Prescription Service I

; more profit than he made before dit. We're hoping that we'll get to l

.. tax and ceilings were applied. But meet Lt. Turner and hear some of
Local Board Gives 7 A. M. -11 P. M.
if the tax is increased in a manner his experiences while he Is at home. 0" -

that will cut the retailer's profit He has the DFC and several other

then you can look for a real fightin decorations and yet, we are told, he (Continued from page 1) PHONE
that direction. Even if it is rais- makes light of his accomplishments.Not address Clewiston; Samuel James 20

ed to 4c the dealer Is not very apt so with twenty-odd Sap fliers Jones register" at C1ewiotnn: L... tknown '.

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And quiet shrouds the battle-rubbled West. ,, .. American's job to buy at least an extra. $100 War Bond, '>:< '',

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enemy very i ,<.. : :
Ipo, ..'... '. : 1. War Bonds are the best, the safest Investment in the world!
His bullets still are made of I lead 'r
I ,.., 2* War Bonds return you $4 for every$3 at maturity. ,

Their angry whispers still foretell of sudden death 9. War Bonds are as convenient as eaih-and increase -

in value te boot!
For me and others crouched in slime and mud r' t I
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A Ii1 SIX THE CLBWISTOX HEWS I FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1914


: Asa Townsend County Commis- Court of Hendiy County, Florida, !t i: consider amendments the corporate i i State of Florida will offer for sale to
Board Will Play.- sioner District No. 5, American Surety and delivered to this Board on this chatter of said bank necessary to in-I be sold to the highest bidder, at Tal- IJo.,
I I crease the ,
" capital stock and fix Idh.i see, Florida, at 12:00 o'clock '
r, -- Co., $2,000. date, receipt of which is' hereby acknowledged I number of directors of the bank, lo NOON, January 9th 1945, the following -
,:", Elbort L. Stewart, Member House j. O. Davidson, County Commis- be and the same is received -I elect 1915, a and board for of such directors other for busIness the year as COUNTY described laud in HE DRY
" of Representatives. sioner District No. 2, American Surety by this Board and ordered may come before the meeting, SV4 of: N'h and S% of Section 1C,
R. M. Harris, County Judge.. Co., $2,000. 1 1941.Dated this 4th day of December, Township 41 South, Range 33 East. ,
I filed.Motion containing
:Bill.Maddox, Sheriff. by Etherton seconded by (CORPORATE acres
\, : I n.. B. Waldion, County Commis- SEAL) THIS NOTICE is published In com-
H. A. Rider, County Attorney. sioner District No.3, American Surety Poole that the sum of* $50.00 be I I C. V PARKINSON. President pliance with Section 270,07, Florida
I Dennis Small, Assessor of Taxes. donated to Clewiston. $50.00 to La- I I Attest Statutes The State 1941.
Co., $2,000. Board of Education of theState
R. N. Miller, TAX Collector. Belle and $15.00 to Felda from the I: L. STEWART, Cashier. of Florida reserve the right to
E. M. Cornette, Member Board Dec. 8. 15, 22, 29, Jan. 5. 1945. reject
r any and all bids.!' '
Dr C. E. Weaver,, Superintendent. Publicity Fund for Christmas. trees. I I I BY ORDER
the of
. Public Instruction District No.t: w of State Board
Motion carried. '' I Education of the State of Florida.
American Surety Co., $2,000. Tallahassee, Florida II SPESSARD L. HOLLAND,
M. Ford, Surveyor. Motion Etherton
'G. County I by seconded by
December
I Dennis Small, Assessor of Taxes, 'I 4. 1944. Governor.
: John L. Hall, Supervisor of Reg- Poole that the Board adjourn.. Motion NOTICE ATTEST:
I": "stration.Charles. i American Surety Co., $1,000.Dr. carried.J. I II Colin English Secretary ,
I C. E. Weaver, Superintendent NOTICE is hereby gIven that the State Board of Education.
E. Miner, County Com- i I.lof Public Instruction, American Surety 0. DAVIDSON, I STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION of the'I Pec 8, 15, 22, 29. Jan 5, 1915. I....
:znHsloner District No. 1. Chairman.
J. O. Davidson, County Commissioner Co., $5,000.William WILLIAM T. HULL, I I -
District No. 2. I T. Hull, Clerk of Circuit Clerk. 'Ji
J" R. B. Waldron, County Commis- Court American Surety Co., $3,000. i I Today's GORfll-GRAPH B)' Peters II I II

vsioner District No. 3. I R. M. Harris, County Judge, U. S. ;NOTICE
A. J. Evers, County Commissioner [Fidelity & Guarantee Co., $2,000.
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.THs'trici No. 4.. i Bill Maddox, Sheriff, U. S. FIde- TO EFFIE WALKER HARRIS I I STOP promptly when you
lity & Guarantee Co., $3,000: Address unknown:
Commis-
Asa Townsend, County
You are hereby notified that Bill for
I. siwier District N. 5. i Motion by Etherton seconded by DIvorce has been filed against you by I t'ErJ need to--and be sure you
Frank Harris in the Circuit Court of I ,
E. L. StalliHgs Board Public -In-I Poole that the above bonds be approved. : vy
Hendry County, Florida, at LaBelle I
Carried. t can by letting us keep the
:sU'action District No.2. I i j and you are required: to appear in said
suit on January 15, 1941. the Dill I
:,. W. S. Bowden Justice of the I i j j.Peace The Clerk submitted the twelve will be" taken as confessed.or 4 ? j brakes in tip-top working ,
District No. 1. j months' report and the same was I (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL I! .
'' Clerk Circuit Court .. ..
t.: S.Bell, Sr., Constable Justice duly signed and acknowledged by Hendry County, Florida. order. ".
i Hof Peace District No. 1. |I| the Board members and Clerk. H. A. RIDER, .
J'. W. Powers, Constable Justice j jof i The Clerk of the Circuit Court of I Dec.Attorney 15, 22, for 29, Complainant.Jan. 5.
Peace Distriet No.2. J Hendry County, Florida, submitted
William T. Hull,' Clerk of the a schedule or list of certain landsin I N0TI'CLTO HENDRY
I r. IN w.i
:,'. Circuit C *rt. Hendry County, Florida, against I i-OMING -
Officials which Motion THE STOCKHOLDERS OF FIRST
The following County taxes are delinquent. -
submitted I Asa Townsend seconded by ,I BANK OF CLEWISTON: COUNTY
by
Abends were : : The stockholders of First Bank of
! :E. L. Stallings, Member Board : George r... Poole, called and carried, j! Clewiston of Clewiston, Hendry County -
:f. public Inatrmction! District No. .2, that the certified list or schedule of I 1, the, annual Florida,meeting are hereby the notified stockholdersof that MOTORS '
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!..,_ .L..erica2 Surety Co., $2,000.A. certain lands in Hendry County, i said banking: company will be held .
-- J. Evers, County Commissioner Florida, against which taxes are in day the of office January of 1945 the, bank at eight on the o'clock 4th CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA
District. No. 4, American Surety linquent, .as prepared and duly de-I F. ),1. to consider and vote on the
; tified by the Clerk of the question of increase of the capital ,
Co., $2ir stock of the bank and to determinethe
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:' DECEMBER 15, 1041 THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE


Christmas Program I ed refreshments.to Mrs. J. E. Beard ernoon at a Christmas luncheon at
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ley, Mrs. G. H. Brown, Mrs. F. E. her home. Mrs.
Otto Larsen
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': To Be Given TuesdayBy Conkling,. Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mrs. high scorer and Mrs. J. E. Boards .

David C. Hancock, Mrs. 0. A. Jones, ley was second high.

" : PERSONAL SOCIETY P.-T. A. Mrs. Joseph Robbins, Mrs. I.' Lee Each member received a gift from.. "

. .. -I I Parker, Mrs. F. C. Long, Mrs. M. R. the pretty tree and Christmas sto kings -

. '. On Tuesday evening the Parent- Stroud, Mrs. J. W. Randolph, Mrs. filled with nuts and favors.
. I Wm. H. Burkhardt and Mrs Green-
Teachers Association of the Clewis- Others playing were' Mrs. N. V. S.

: ton school will hold its regular j!away Mumford, Mrs W. C. Owen Mrs

meeting. Following the meeting, a |. II. A. Bestor, Mrs F. E. Conkling.
I program will be presented by the I SERVICE CLUB ORGANIZED .. Mrs.. C. J. Nielsen and :Mrs. F. Deani>
Sersou a business Mrs. Arthur Thornton returned FOR 1VO
F. PERSONNEL
Mrs. George was Duff.
students of the fourth, fifth and I "
: visitor in Miami on Tuesday. I to her home in Winter Haven Thurs- sixth grades. I ; ,
day after a week's visit with Mr. and : The wives of the soldiers sta-
Preceeding the program a Tuberculosis The Sixth
War Loan Drive is
Miss Lois Prince was a week-end Mrs C. J. Lovvorn. Christmas Seal i tioned at the Prisoner of War Camp I -novr
campaign i on and Uncle Sam needs
visitor in Miami\ at Liberty Point have organized a your dol-
speech will ,be made by Evelyn Ha lais. Buy one today!
,. Mrs Wm. Hedick and daughter, Service Club for the American per-
R. J. McLeod was a business 'visitor i- Irene, left this week for Br oksI ven.The other portion of* the sonneL-stationed at the camp. The [
\ program I(
in St. Petersburg on Wednesday. I ville to join her husband, Pvt. Hed will be devoted to a play, the themeof I first meeting was held. last night at f[WANTED : White
ick for the Christmas with the Community Center nurse
holidays and each j
Parker T. Wilson was an Ocala which is the story of the angels Ii
his Thursday) thereafter. I I for
parents there. I children house
the
visitor Tuesday. : telling shepherds of the birth of no
on
I The boys will be able to
Christ and of the shepherd boy, left bring .
Mrs.. Fred Sikes was a West Palm James A. Cheyne was a week-end behind, visualizing what Christmaswill ': their dates and dance, read, play work. See Mrs. Keene

Beach visitor on Tuesday I visitor in Clewiston. :Mr. Cheyne: mean throughout the. ages. I'I games, listen to the radio or phono- I Langhorn No. Pacific.
Was formerly with Riddle Field and graph or amuse themselves. as they ,
is with Eastern Air Lines, stationed The six shepherds will be: portrayed I'wish.I Fruit juices, fruit cookies i
i Mrs. Maude Hare is a week-end now I Avenue. 1 1.1.t
by Roy Edwards. Robert
in Miami.Lt. ice cream and cokes willbe ,
temporarily avail-
I visitor in West Palm Beach.
White, Walton Alvin Garrett
I Tommy I able. 'I
-- Richard Twiddy, and John De .
Paul Clark the week-end Those responsible for the
Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson was organization -
Valcourt. The four be
) spent several days the first of the guest of Mr. and Mrs A. D. Rich ,angels are to of the club feel that the soldiers -I NEEDED URGENTLYhouse
Joyce Bartz, Erna Nelson, Joan
f week in Jacksonville.Mrs. ardson. Lt. Clark has recently returned 1 will enjoy the club and take
Harris and Janice McCall. Floyd I
from overseas duty with the full advantage of it as recreational or apartment
Dayton, Juan Billingsley and Seigler -
Air Force in the theatre. facilities have been limited.
A. O. Ward was called to European I
Norton will play the parts of the I furnished or unfurnished.

Jacksonville Saturday by the serious Miss Barbara Morrison arrived three wisemen, and, the four' -pilgrims !MRS. R. C. WILSON HOSTESSTO

illness of her mother. Wednesday from Washington, D. C., will be portrayed by Iris Ann BRIDGE CLUB I' See or call Miss

to spend the Christmas holidays Wright, Norma Perry, Charles I _____ Barker High School.
Mrs. V. A. Henderson, Mrs. Albert with her parents. Mr.. and Mrs. J. F. Gericke and Jimmy Varnadore. I Mrs. R. C. Wilson was hostess to : ,

Waschner and Mrs. Doyle Worth Morrison. The remaining cast is as follows: I[her bridge club on Wednesday aft J itp.
Miami Saturday.Miss _
were in shopping Business man, Buzzie Powers; La- I
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Mrs. E. M. Cornette, Misses Edythe .-.---------
borer, Larry Brantley; Princess, -
Lillian Kenny and Mrs. Jack Nell and Sue Cornette, Miss Clem- ,..
Sue Cornette; Sage, Gene Fuller; I I
r Kinzie were West Palm Beach visi- entine Robertson and Miss Grace
,Little Girl, Sally McCarthy; Youth, .
tors on Tuesday Knight were visitors in West Palm Eddie Musgrove; Maid, Claire Jones; I{ I

Beach Tuesday. Madonna, Betty Baylor. j
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Miss ClariceLammons and Miss
The musical background for the \
Louise Roath were. week-end visitors '
I Lt. Edward B. Turner, Navy program is under the supervision, of
of relatives in Miami. I
fighter pilot, has just returned ,from Mrs. Frances Adkison, and the staging j

the South Pacific and is spending a, of the play is under the direction I
Mrs. H J. Roath and Mr. and Mrs
thirty-day leave with his wife ajid of Mrs. J. H. Walker.
W. A. Montgomery were Tuesday
baby here.Captain.
visitors in West Palm Beach.
I' WOMAN'S ASSOCIATION HOLDS

and Mrs. R. C. ,Granere, ; REGUTjAIt MONTHLY MEETINGThe
Mr. and Mrs C. L. Downs were '
visitors in Sarasota over 'the week- Jr., formerly of Clewiston and now
end. of Miami, announce the birth of a: Woman's ,Association of the I
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son, Robert Prince, born on Wednesday Clewiston Community Church held $r
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Mrs. G. B. McDuffie and daughter December 6th. its regular monthly meeting at the

Gloria, spent Tuesday; in West/ church Thursday afternoon.

Palm Beach. Mrs. R., P. Wainwright and daughter Prior to the business session, a'

.w Mitchell, of Baltimore, arrivedon program, under the supervision of

Mrs C. E. Robbins' and Miss Friday of last week to spend the Mrs. F. C. Long, "Good Will to. All

Marie Robbins spent Monday in' winter with,:.her sister, Mrs. A. L. Men," was presented. :

West- Palm Beach Moorman and. her brother, W. C. Following ,' the. business meeting, ,, I

._. Nail. .. .. :' the hostesses, Mrs W. L. Lott, Mrs. I;

:Miss Ruby Saunders and' Mr. and --- l'J. .K;. Rogers, Mrs. J. P. Bartz.serv-

) Mrs. Frank Mooney, and Mickey, Mrs. C. E. Bailey left .Clewistonon r ,

. spent last week-end in Miami. Wednesday meet her cousin. D. Richardson, Mr and Mrs. Frank I ,-

.. .-- r :-i .--- ; ,-. t.- Ensign..W;. .R."..Phillipsstationed/ in Veltri, Mrs. M. R. Stroud, Mr and Fort Myers F1ae ..
I < Mrs. W, P. Conley. was be :guest Miami with-the. Naval air. Cprps.:; Mrs. S. K. Swayne, Mr. and Min C.. I i. .. '.' -'"
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, of Mrs. L. C. .Nipper.of Lake .Harbor Mrs. Bailey and Ensign Phillips returned A. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis i I 1000 First Street : :

on Thursday. to Clewiston Wednesday afternoon Thompson, Mrs. I. M. Weetma'n and |

and Ensign Phillips spent Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Wylie j

: 'R. L. Richardson, and Bob John- Wednesday night and Thursday'with -. -.. ... ....
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ston were week-end visitors in Mi- Mrs. Bailey and family..

ami. .
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The Junior Class and a few members ''ANTHONY'S- .

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Leftwich were of the Sophomore and Senior .

I the guests of Mrs. Leftwich's_ family classes honored David Thomas witha
._ in Miami the week-end.
over
party and dance at the Community
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J Center Tuesday evening. The occasion -
I.- Mrs. W. R. Broaderick was a
I was David's entrance into the
business visitor in Miami on Tues Y
Navy, and as a going-away gift he
day.
was presented a silver identification I ,
/,. BRITISH WALKER SHOES
I Mrs. Mary Shoemaker and :Miss bracelet. The party was chap- ,. x
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eroned by Mrs. M. A. Thomas. \
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Grace Akin were visitors in :West .
I Palm Beach on Wednesday. I ;-:'
)roTIIE 'S CLUB HOLDS I WITH..

DIXXEIt. OX MONDAY
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen were
business visitors in West Palm Beach I V V.
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on Tuesday. The Mother's Club of the Clewis- LOWER CEILING PRICES : V
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e' -- ton Community Church held its an- t

nual 'Christmas dinner
on Monday
Mrs. j. W. Francis is arriving today I

.,r from St. Paul, Minn., to spend evening at the ,Sugarland Recreation

the winter season in Clewiston. Hall.The In recent mail the factory mailed us a very remark- ?
president. Mrs. J.V.. Ezelle, .
t\ Mrs. Kenneth N L. Rogers' Mrs. greeted the members and guests and able ad about British Walker Shoes for men from :

Fred C. Sikes, Mrs. W. H. Brullman I Mrs. D. C. 'Hancock gave the invo- Chicago's greatest store. It is a great ad about these :
and Mrs. A. C. Korwan were visitors cation. ,

in West Palm Beach on :Tuesday. An interesting program followedthe truly fine shoes. :. iJ i
I dinner with Mrs. M. R. Stroud

Mr and 'Mrs. William H. Burk- singing "Silent Night" and Mrs.

.., hardt and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Green-I W., D. Wylie, Mrs. D. C. Hancock, .
....c, away were visitors 'in West Palm Mr. W. N. Martin and Dr. C. E. The outstanding fact is that this Chicago ad quotes
...
) Beach on Saturday----:-. Gericke Bethlehem.singing" "Oh"We., Little Three Kingsof Townof .. the prices of British Walkers right, there in the city

Ensign W. C. Owen, Jr., arrived I Orient Are" was sung by Mr. where the shoes are made at $12.75 and $13.50

in Clewiston Tuesday and will spend Hancock, Dr. Gericke and Mr. Mar- .
while ceiling these fine shoes is
," \ a six day leave with his parents, Mr. tin. "The Gift of the Magi" a our price on same -

and Mrs. W. C. Owan, Sr. reading, was given by Mrs. ArthurD. only $11.50 1 way off down here in Palm Beach coupE: -,

Richardson. Mrs. E. "
W. N. Martin ..- ). 1

I ... Mr. and Mrs. F. E., Joy of New I presented 'Twas the Night' Before .a. '.ty. .. ;c.; ,
Smyrna were the guests of Mr. and Christmas" with original/: carica- '

," Mrs. Clyde Conley Thursday evening tures. ", ,
Hostesses for the occasion were '
Make headquarters :
Mrs. W. D. Wylie, Mrs. Ed McGowan, .: Anthony's your -

A. O. Buntin i Atlanta and Joe Jr., .Mrs. W. D. Wylie and Mrs. C.. : :'" when in town. ..

Scott of Jacksonville were. business E. Oericke. n. \, ,
visitors in Clewiston Monday and The dinner was served in the lob- .' '
Tuesday. by of the recreation hall. Decora- "." ,-..,"It1 -"::

tions of 'a silver ,Christmas tree, red < >" P. S. We are; forwarding this Chicago ad to the publisher -;.-
James Cousins and Donald candles, '
Day, poinsettas, wreaths and y'\ : :"
1 formerly of Riddle Field, have accepted holly were throughout the lobby. of this paper for his files. V :'

positions with Eastern Air- Present were Mr. and Mrs. L. A. .

lines, in Miami. 'Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bol- .

ton, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Brown, *. .r '
Mrs. E. B. Curry, Mrs. B. B. Wil- Mrs. W. B. Bolton, Mrs. J. W. Dur-' .. '" .:; .

. son, Mrs. Arthur Thornton and Mrs. den, Mr. and Mrs.' Foy Durrence, I-
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C. J. Lovvorn were in Miami shop- Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Ellington Mrs. '

(. ping on Wednesday. G. E. Etherton, Mr. and Mrs. J, W.
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Ezelle, Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Gericke. atyi

, Dr. Oscar Baudiseh. research, director Rev. and Mrs. David C. Hancock
Sarasota Springs Commission Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Hutson, Mr. and

i Sarasota Springs, New York, Mrs. C. E. Johnson. Mr.. and Mrs. I :
: was a business visitor here' on Mon- H. B. Magill, Mr. and Mrs. W. N.
: day. Dr. Baudisch was one of the I Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Ed McGowan, 312 Clematis StreetT West Palm Beach
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principal speakers at the Soil Science Jr.. ?'*. :-"id" Mrs. C. L. McLendoa!' ,

meeting in Orlando. last Friday. I, M'B 'M' *T T "'pvc:, MI"I'll Mr<*. A..1 '-...,.,..- _.-c..o_ !..-... ......-

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MILLION JOBS unniest People: jo inwardly
One of the most significant discussions NA' I dorvt\ know whit
Adelina Patti asked for
world Reduction in Forms Would Be Relief; Hope $100,000 a
the
affecting postwar
ertain three-month tour. 'But," ob- to do. /7
and the 60,000,000 jobs promised by To Acquaint Small Operators With Jected an impresario, "that's more (\.ccAnn J \

Roosevelt is now taking place admin-be- Vital General Trends.By han the President gets!I" 04.. .
hind the scenes among top Well," shrugged the diva, "then
istrationites. It involves the price
get the President."
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which m manufacturers can charge for a character who
BAUKHAGE wore the same kind 0
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peacetime consumer goods when .
of
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whether the weather was
and Commentator.
News Analyst
they begin making them, as some
rainy or fair. "I never," he
companies will shortly. WNU Service, Union Trust Building eventually be stultified and not only :ieclared, "take notice of that which
A certain amount of peacetimeproduction Washington, D. C. those great semi-public institutions, :akes no notice of me." Handel WNU Features.
already has been author- When the mysterious Ninth army like the utilities ,and the mines, will omposed so fast, they say, that the
ized by the War Production board, suffer the fate predicted for themin nk
the
suddenly rose full-armed on the on top of the page of his
and to prevent' inflation, the OPA western front and the First army, England, but eventually all enterprise nanuscript had not dried by the
will set:,the price of these goods. will find itself in government lime he
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beside it, started General Eisenhower's reached the bottom. .
This is where the backstage'debatehas
winter offensive there was one hands. Another gag of the day: "Do you .
waxed hot and vehement.On question on most people's lips. Will Let me say at this point, however, :ike Brahms?" "I don't know.
one side have been Economic peace come in Europe before that some industries have already What are they?" "After
Stabilizer Judge Vinson, War Mobi- spring? In Washington, on the lips reached the point where they have 5trauss-what?" an English journalist -
lizer Jimmy Byrnes and for a while, of many thoughtful people, there forced government operation in once queried. "For one HELP WANTED
OPA Administrator Chester Bowles, was another question, too: "If it other democratic countries and even thing," music oracle Leonard Leib- .
all arguing that prices of civilian comes (or for that matter when it some very conservative minds in ting noted, "the critics." Persons now engaged in essential
articles produced now must not rise comes) will we be ready for it?" In this country are beginning to industry will not apply without state.
above the prices paid for the same one of the many compartments of fear that similar conditions are be- A journalist objected to the 7 a. ment United of States availability Employment from their Service.local '
articles in 1942. government which must be preparedfor ing ,created: by certain businesses piano playing in the room nextto
On the other side are industry the ordeal of sudden peace, themselves here. his in a Milan hotel. "Do you
members of OPA, led by James preparations are now going for- But it is the purpose of those per- Always allow that?" he asked. Re isteredPharmaclsts-Good working con-
Brownlee, formerly of Frankfort ward which, I believe, are both significant sons in government and out of it, 'Not as a rule," they told him, ditions. Attractive proposition to one who
Distilleries, who argue that prices who struggling with the prob- 'but qualifies. Madison Drug Co., 500 Franklin
and hopeful. are we make an exception with Tampa, Fla. USES referral card required.
must be above 1942 in order to allow Specifically, I am thinking of a lem of preserving small .business, Mr. Verdi." It was the late
( for increased wages and the report made by the director of the to give it the aid it needs to pre.. Alexander Woollcott who deflated a
higher cost of raw materials. They budget, Harold Smith, a summaryof serve its independence.In famous soprano boasting of her ex- SALESMAN WANTED .

nave worked out a substitute for- which was passed along by Sena- order to provide this aid ecution of an aria she described as COLLECTION SALESMAN listing delin-
: mula based upon 1941 prices plus i tor Murray, chairman of the com- it is essential that some com- "difficult." "Difficult!" groaned quent organization.accounts Should for collection earn $50 by or national more
wage increases, plus the increasedcost mittee on small business, for the con- promises be made on the,part of Woollcott. wish it had been impossible weekly. No age: limit. CLEARING BU-
of raw materials and they REAU, 1514 Prospect Ave., Cleveland, O.
solation it might bring. The direc- the businessmen. They can- At a Peabody concert -
have now sold this formula to tor of the, budget believes that in- not expect the government to President Grant once observed:
Bowles, despite his former speechesfor formation needed by the govern- provide them with help they 'I know only two tunes. One is HEARING AID
the 1942 price base. ment and valuable to small busi- have to have to get them over 'Yankee Doodle' and the other
;Judge Vinson, however, points out ness is going to be obtained, while the hump of reconversion f sn't." HEARING ? DOCTOR'S
that increased wage and raw ma- the statisticians who obtain it are without making certain sacri CLEARLY DISCOVERY
terial costs in many cases have at the same time going to cut downon fices-government officials- can- When Rossini heard Wagner's Vaco'Ear Oil, a prescription! to treat head
been nullified labor-saving de which the "Lohengrin" for the first time noises clogged-up feeling, ringing, hissing.
by number forms
the of not spend the public money dizziness, roaring in the head. Dry scaly
vices. Most striking'example of small businessman will have to fill without establishing some he said: "One cannot judge a itch ears sometimes a forerunner of deaf-
this was in the CPA study of the checks and balances on the in- work upon a single hearingand ness.obstruction It is wonderful Is removed.to hear Relieves clearly severe after

steel industry, showing that, despite out.Filling out forms, especially the stitutions which are thus bene- I have no intention of hear- delivered.earache. Send$2 today for 20 applications ""
increased wages, the cost of producing income tax blanks, is the subjectof fitted. ing this a second time." VACO EAR OIL CO. 1.,0
steel had ,decreased 9 per considerable jesting these days. A German critic once wrote that S100ddFellowsBldgDept.l5ItalelghN.C.PHOTO .
cent per unit since 1942. But there is a more serious side to Filling out forms is one of the "Wagner was a good musician,
Another factor influencing Eco- the process if we accept form fill- minor afflictions which government- but he left behind the Wagnerites FILMS
nomic Stabilizer' Vinson is the fact ing-out as a symbol of the growing comforted} economic flesh is heir to. which was most unkind of

that 85 per cent of the goods in- part which government plays in reg- However, it is refreshing to read him." "In order to com- ridges FILM-with Guaranteed Dupont Film 35mm 36 Reloaded Exp. 50c each.Cart-
volved 'are produced by only 18 com- ulating our personal and business .,Mr. Smith's report to Senator Mur- pose," said Schumann, "it is Credit lOc each for Cartridges sent with
r panies., affairs. ray in which he tells us of how, according just enough to remember a tune 2130 order., Station ALLAN H,FILM CLEVELAND.SERVICE OHIO.Box
Incidentally, Vinson is supportedby That is why this promise coming to his custom, he has con- which nobody else has thoughtof.
General Electric's Charley Wil- from ,the bureau of the budget is sidered the requests of numerous ." When Albert Spaulding
son, formerly of the War Produc- significant, especially when it is con- government agencies for surveys toured through the West one REMEDYPIMPLE
tion board who that GE will with trendsto and has turned them down. (Hisjobis t....
says sidered side by side two Winter, he told a theater man- FACE! Do they call.you that
sell its refrigerators and washing which my attention has been to save the people's money by ager that his violin was 200 ACNEX will help., Your face cleared or
machines at' pre-war prices. To do called this week and to which too ,preventing duplicate effort of government years old. Don't say ,any- your ERVIN money DRUG back.CO.Write, 1tlldd NOW.etowD, Ohle.
otherwise, he says, is "shallow, pas- ,few people have paid sufficient at- agencies.) He' announces thing about it," replied' the impresario -
sive thinking." tention. that statistical .services of the gov- ', "and maybe the audi-
Finally Vinson and other ernment to be "revised USED TRUCKSUSED
Byrnes GovernmentTo are going ence won't know the difference.
Expect
administration leaders are beginning and overhauled" in order'to produce TRUCK HEADQUARTERS We
i to lay the economic ground- Take Lead ,"a rounded program to supply the Paderewski, when still quite unknown and have sizes.them; K-BOY practically MOTOR all makes SALES.models 105

work for the 60,000,000 jobs which One is the tabulated result of a basic industrial statistics needednot went to London armed with Lee Street,Phone 5-1919, Jacksonville.FU.
Roosevelt promised after the war. poll made by the National Research only by the government, but :letters of introduction to influential
And they are absolutely convincedthat center expressly for Factory mag- by industry as well." Britishers. "Dear Prince," one'said, Beethoven's First CompositionBeethoven's
in order to have a big con- azine, a McGraw-Hill publication, Most of the failures in little busi- 'the bearer, Ignace Paderewski, isa
sumer demand, there must be low and the other is a statement, which ness are due to ignorance on the fiery young Pole and rather first published mu-
prices, which in turn will keep factory the when he doesn't the sical compositions appeared in (
I! heard recently. It was entirely part of proprietor of the one :harming play ""'
wheels turning and men em- unofficial and surely an expressionof thing he ought to know most about piano, for which he has little tal- 1783, when he was 13.

ployed. The principle of high prices his own view, set forth by a -his own business. In the first ent." Paderewski, unless a ,"1.
and scarcity, they argue, will mean British diplomat.The place, he doesn't know whether he press agent of the day is fooling us,
: (ewer jobs and depression. question which Factory mag- is making money or losing it be- :once accosted a polo player with Gas on Stomach

azine had asked of men earning hourly cause he doesn't keep his books the question: "What is the difference Relieved in 5 minutes or double money back
i GOP PLANS FOR '48 or piece wages only (no super- properly and he doesn't know between us?" The other', When excess itomach add mixes painful soffocat
... Despite discouragement over Dew- visors or foremen) was this: enough about the conditions, in his shrugged. "You," grinned Ignace, In?gas,soar the stomach fastest-actm and heartburn medicines doctors known csoalljprescribe fore

ey's defeat, GOP leaders alreadyare "Who do you think will do the line of business, outside his imme- "are a good soul who plays polo. ytomaticreiefmedlcincslikethoseinBedlassTablets.. No laxative. Bcll-an bring comfort In a
laying plans for 1948. First step most to solve the job problem after diate ken, to guide him. [ am a good Pole who plays solo." to jiffy of.or Lie double at I all roar druggists.DOWT money. back on return of bottle
will be further revitalization of Re- the war-the government, the labor This is the type of information Grunfeld was caught by the
publican headquarters, enlistment of leaders, or company heads?" which the government wishes to collect father of one of his pupils kissingthe
.' a cracker-jack staff to party girl. "Is this," stormed the'par-'
1 pep up Forty-seven cent of those and in turn place at his dis JUST SUFFER
machinery. per posal. ant "what I am paying for?" .
, interviewed looked to
,?' Republican Chairman Herbert govern- "No," replied the famous tutor, "I COLD =
ment; 24 per cent looked to company One of the plans already workedout .
f Brownell, who has been resting in do this free." !)
heads; 14 per cent to.labor is a census of manufaturers of MISERIESGET (
Arizona, wants to resign, will calla :
leaders; 15 per cent undecided.The 1944 covering a wide field of data, t::' national committee meeting short- which it is not intentionto A young man approached Mozart <
my
,- ly after the first of the year which opinion expressed by the diplomat enumerate here for that is not and asked him how to writea MULTIPLE RELIEF :/
: promises to be turbulent. Several was this: "You're
f symphony. a very
the
purpose of these remarks. The RELIEF ONE-Reduce fever.
factions will be gunning for Dewey, "After the war we can look to- young fellow," the composertold
c
is to note hopefully the fact
" purpose RELIEF TWO-Ease
may try to seize control of the party ward a United Kingdom where con- 'that here is evidence of a trend him, "why not begin with a stuffy nose.
machinery, set the stage for"Stas- siderable government control is exercised which in balancesthe ballad?" "But," pouted the RELIEF THREE-Reduce body aches.
some measure
sen in '48." ownership of railroads, other two mentioned at the youth, "you composed sympho- RELIEF FOUR-Ease muscle pains.

One key man in the postelectionGOP utilities, mines" a sort of socialistic beginning of these columns, the nies when you were ten." RELIEF FIVE-lessen headache.

set-up is.shrewd, popular pub- monarchy. trend toward government control. "Yes," smiled 1Iozart"but I Grove's Cold Tablets, like many a
licist Lee Chesley, who joined the Both these opinions together indi- didn't ask how." Dr. Samuel doctor's prescription are a multiple I'...J.,
That is the medicine.A combination of eight active .,
campaign late, is now in charge of cate a trend in the thinking on both why I quote following Johnson admitted once he did medicinal Ingredients especially
national committee publicity. Ches sides of the Atlantic along parallel paragraph, not merely for the hope'it not care for music. "But of all designed for relief of usual cold mis '
: ley, one of the brightest press agents lines. The American workman feels brings to weary fillers-out of noises," he added, "I think mu- eries. Insist on genuine.GROVE'S .
- the Washington that the American government will forms, but because it looks like a COLD
on scene, is anxiousto sic is the least disagreeable.
it out toe to take the responsibility for employ- hopeful sign in an otherwise some- TABLETS
slug toe with Demo- : A young lady auditioned on
cratic publicist Paul Porter. Ches- ment after the war; the British of- what cloudy sky: the piano for Rubinstein.

ley's Washington predecessor, Car ficial feels that the British govern- "An analysis made by one war' "What," she asked him at the WNU-7 49-44
: .. lisle Bargeron, handled publicity for ment will take over several of the agency of the need of present end of the selection, "should I
the powerful Pennsylvania GOP ma- nation's important industries. informational needs shows that do now?" Snapped Rubinstein:
chine during the campaign, and More "forms to make out," if you about half such material would "Get married!" ;.-

plans to continue working for Boss will.Which still be requited by that agency
.;: Joe Pew now that the balloting is brings us back to small after victory; of the remaining Chopin, whose life Columbia o.
',:' .., over. Business, Committee Chairman Mur- half about two-thirds would be brings ,to the screen in "A Song to
ray, and Budget Director Smith, discontinued entirely and about Remember," could give more than May Warn of Disordered "-
i.t CAPITAL CHAFF and the promise of more help for one-third continued .by other the piano "the finger." He ''was a Kidney Action
: C The treasury department business with less forms to make Parisian home
had two agencies dinner guest in a one Modem life with its hurry and worry:
a war films ready to show the public out, and (symbolically) we hope, night and, after the meal, was asked Irregular habits, improper eating
in the war bond drive, calculated to less actual domination of businessby Railroads are now handling about by the hostess to play some of his drinking tion-throws-its risk heavy of strain exposure on and tho mice work
bring the war really home to the government. 2Vz times the amount of freight traf- compositions. "But, madame," of the kidneys.They are apt to become
American people. One showed a I Small Business fic and more than four times the said Chopin, "I have eaten so lit and over-taxed other impurities and fail to from filter the excess life-giving acid ,

sailor on a stricken vessel, hig volume of passenger business that tle!" ; He once cracked to blood. .
clothes aflame, desperately trying tq i Measure of EnterpriseI they did before the war, the Asso- Liszt: "I prefer not to play in pub- headache You may, dizziness suffer! ,nagging getting up backnche nights,
put the flames out. The other was a I chose this particular example ciation of American Railroads re- lic; it unnerves me. You, if you leg pains, swelling-feel constantly
close-up film of a soldier on the bat- I I because I believe that the relation- ported. cannot charm the audience, can at of tired kidney nervous or bladder, all worn disorder out. Other are some signs
tlefield-dying. When the films were ship of small business to government "They are carrying," the report I least astonish them." When times burning, scanty or too frequent
shown to OWI, it not only ordered is' vital. The people who added, "virtually double the load of DePachman mislaid his false teeth urination.Try Doan'i Pillt. Doan't help the
that they not be shown to the public have made the most careful studies the first World war, and they are someone appropriately observed: kidneys to pass off harmful excess body r'
but that the films be destroyed. I of the subject agree that the meas- doing it with a fourth fewer freightcars "His Bach is better than his bite." waste.century They of public have approval.had more Are than recom-half a

C Newly elected ,Sen. "Cowboy"Glen ure of small business is the measureof about a fourth fewer passen- I" To a young pianist, Nellie mended by grateful users everywhere.
Taylor of Idaho is first cousin the whole system of private en- ger-train: cars, and a third fewer I Melba remarked: "You have talent, Ask your IDOAN
to sphinxlike Harold Dixon Young terprise, that if small business is locomotives than in 1918. The reduction presence, charm. All you need now
who steers Vice President Wallace' crushed in the process of reconver- in freight cars alone I to make a success is a nice, hot SPILLSr
political fortunes. I sion, all private enterprise will amounts to about 600,000 units. scandal."




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Pleasant to the taste.Next time your Bake Your Christmas Goodies Now! ANDOSTENCIL pattern. Address .'.: a 1
stomach is upset, take soothing (See Recipes Below) GUIDE FOR :,
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PEPTO-BISMOL. MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS : ,-.
A NORWICH PRODUCT ".
Gifts ,
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Christmas Gift Box Suggestions probably have odds and Drawer 10 --s;
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Christmas can put a strain on Enclose 15 cents'for Pattern No.257.
would make this dashing horse.
Apricot Oatmeal Cookies ;---f.
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friends. But to- r this horse's head; and you don'thave

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L 1 t recipes that with a professional flourish when Talk

eO keep the dents Vz cup sugar you'use the stencil and color guide For a finer, churned-fresh flavor,
out of the sugar ( 1 cup dark corn syrup offered. always use Nu-Maid margarine.
ration and still ,
VIII 1 egg Nu-Maid is the Table Grade Mar-
give plenty of 1 mashed, cooked apricots made
cup garine especially for use
Recommended good holiday eating. 1% rolled oats (uncooked)
cups TH STs i on the table. Grand for cookingand
substitutes are
Sugar savers or '
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sweets without Cream shortening and sugar. Add rty/'tf'/"Wty
answer the need for
sugar. The homemaker can use syrup, beat well. Add egg and beat % v"S'JK ff' *

Y fir/// light and dark corn syrups, honey, until light and fluffy. Add apricots, Wv'/nnfaA6//sss/SssMsWsft/bYsss:%%
dried fruits, etc. oats and nuts; mix thoroughly. Sift StJosepIi] (

flour with other dry ingredients and The, Objective

Helps tone up adult wrap If you them are prettily giving cookies in small as boxes gifts, add, beating well. Drop by half Joan-Here's a woman writingin WDHID'S LARGEST SELLER AT IQtli

spoonfuls on greased cookie sheet for advice on where to take her
Cover
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daughters a
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to ,minutes in a 375-degree oven. vacation. What'll I tell her?

teeth, strong,,bonesII' .'. and homemade anyone present willc.be from happy you..to! get a If you frost.these ginger cookies" .' Jasper-I should think Sulphur

; with a simple powdered sugar icing, Springs would be a good place to
'; r ItS G 0. Honey, though expensive, will not you will have a very dressed up make matches.A ".1
a AgrIN I bring up the price of these cookies cookie: .

rHL. which are crispy and well spiced: Soft Ginger Cookies. man received a notice to move .....-.

\ Honey Crispies. (Makes 3 dozen) from his landlord. Believing it

(Makes 3 dozen) Vz cup sugar could not be enforced, he replied: .

Vz cup shortening Vz cup shortening "Dear Sir, I remain, Yours truly.. "
HL. Vz cup honey ''I cup molasses I

ZVz cups sifted flour Vz cup sour milk Supercolossal

Vi teaspoon allspice 3/ cups sifted flour Joan-Isn't the sky lovely? It's

II' teaspoon cloves 1 teaspoon' soda. just like a picture this evening.
Starts INSTANTLY Vi teaspoon cinnamon 1 teaspoon .salt Jasper-Yeah; with an all-star D.

J. LlrS'etiCHIESPAINS V teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon ginger cast, too! de HMlUj

1 teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon cinnamon olivia aroef $ros pirnu l''

Boil shortening and honey together Cream sugar and shortening an They Are star. of be ry londei'ceco for eeth !
1 minute. Cool. Add sifted dry add molasses. Beat well. Sift dry Joan-I notice :your aunt is wearing a .5n0w Tooththatsb1ae. Powder

ingredients. Roll ingredients together and add alter pair of silver bars pinned to,her coat. Is Calox .
Soreness and StiffnessFor toB inch thick- nately to creamed mixture with her boy friend a captain? TOOTH.in ; .tpowpER ,

blessed prompt relief-rub on ness and cut in milk. Let stand several hours in Jasper-No, two lieutenants. Cp
powerfully soothing Musterole. It desired shape refrigerator. Roll on floured board !
actually helps break up painful local o c .C and cut into desired shapes with I Surprise I
with cookie cut
So much easier to apply thana 1
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congestion. < "That said Smith "cameto
O cookie cutter. Place man, ,
mustard plaster. "No fuss. No muss Q ter. Sprinkle with on a greased
with Musterole Just rub it on. v o colored sugar and baking sheet and bake for 15 min- this town 20 years ago, boughta

In3 bake on a greased utes in a pre-heated oven (375 degrees wheelbarrow, and began collect-

Strengths baking sheet in a ). ing rags. What" do you think he'sworth

moderate (350-degree) oven. Can- Regal Pudding. today? -..,.
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died fruit or nuts may also be (Serves 10 to 12)) "I"couldn't guess,

'\. pressed into the center of the cook- Vz cup shortening Jones. ..
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still owesfor the barrow.
2 beaten
t' Apricot Oatmeal Cookies. eggs

(Makes 70 cookies) 2 cups chopped dried figs .

'f F1.uywy rot RHEUMATISM MUfll ACHES Alt Iuls OF 1 Vz/teaspoon cups flour soda Vz Vz cup cup chopped white raisins dried apricots :.:.:.:.:.::::::::::;:::;;::::::::% ::::::::: m:3z"Er:;; ::::: ;;::::::::E;::,::.:.. :,:!.

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NEURITIS- 1 3A teaspoon%teaspoon teaspoons cinnamon nutmeg salt 1 Vz cup tablespoon cup grated chopped carrot grated walnut meats ;L::::::1' Made from Premium Grains c) :::: :':


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l. Large Bottlcl.BIS /-..Q'l,2Small Size 60c LYNN SAYS: Vz teaspoon nutmeg :III; fill
*CUTIOI: DIE CULT IS D1UCTEO* 3/i cup milk CORN FLAKES
A Bit of Dressing: Varying the
;: tT All,GaD DRUG dolls ei It Kill.tcuft il lice I IHcMii Cream shortening; add honey;
tine colie.jieisoitu.it, to notio.| dressing in salads, helps add inter- s '
est to this course. These simple blend; add eggs. Beat thoroughly.Add .1 The Grains Great Foods"Kellogg's nan 4t6: .:
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fruits rind carrot and nut. .
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tricks will .
j help: meats. Sift dry ingredients and add .:., Corn Flakes bring you :
Use lemon and for .
juice sugar c: the protective food elements ::
alternately with milk. Pour into a : : nearly all COnrPi'N" .
lettuce. Or mix :
plain essential ::
mayon- greased and floured 8-inch tube pan of the whole grain declared ...' ,
naise with shredded cooked beets '. .
human nutrition. ,. 1
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I A favorite household antiseptic dressing salads, you'll like peanut butter Orange Sauce. I .
and liniment for 98 years-Hanford'sBALSAM
,1)J.F, OF MYRRH! It contains blended with rich milk, honey or 3 tablespoons flour
"'! soothing gums to relieve the soreness and sugar and salt to taste. % cup sugar
ache of over-used and trained muscles. To use French dressing for Vz cup orange juice *
Takes the sting and itch out of burns m
1 hot water Now
fruit salads with cup 'AI
scalds insect bites oak and ivy poisoning sweeten honey : _
wind and sun burn chafing and and add a dash of lemon juice for 1 tablespoon grated orange rind
chapped skin. Its antiseptic action less. taste. 3 tablespoons butter

ens skin the is cut danger or broken.of infection whenever the Sour cream is an ideal dress- Mix flour with sugar. Add orange /)0 71sl h: I

Keep a bottle handy for the minor ing for mixed fresh fruit salads. juice and hot water. Cook until .
casualties of kitchen and nursery.35 At Add vinegar or lemon juice to thick, stirring constantly. Add grat It's so easy to get prompt, effective ;}: ': A FEW HOPS
trial size bottle
your household druggist size 65#; economy size $1.25.#i sour cream and season with. ed orange rind and butter and serve relief from distress of head colds with <: .'dt\,. Quickl Reline
j Va-tro-noll It's specialized medication : :
G.C. HANFORD MFG.CO.,Syracuse, N.Y. salt and pepper. Chopped apples warm over pudding. that works right where trouble Is (">: ,;:; Distress if
Sol makers of and sliced bananas also be
may to reduce congestion-soothe HEAD COLDS
added to the dressing. Pour this Gel the most from your meat! Get yow tion-make breathing easier.1.rr1taVIC'IItTS'
mixture over the fruit salad, meat roasting chart from Miss Lynn helps prevent many colds from developing -
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ti S :;M :; h sprinkle with finely chopped nut- Chambers Western Newspaper by writing Onion to ,her 210 in South care Des oj directions If used in In folder.time.Try Works it!fine Follow -I VA-TO.ROL

tJ meats and top with marashino plaines Street, Chicago 6, Ill. Please senta
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