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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 22, 1944
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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II' TOLT7ME 21-XUMBEK: 51 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1941 SUBSCRIPTION=92.50 PER YEAR IIf !



FROST DAMAGE IS DRAFT REGULATIONSRECENTLY CHURCHES TO HOLD j



SEVERE IN I COLD IMPOSED XMAS PROGRAMS AT


SNAP\ OF FRIDAY GREET R E N GSi'S ARE MORE SEVERE I Ii SERVICES. ON SUNDAY


:/ t
i selectlve-
The surprise cold spell which d All service registrants, The Community Church will
visited the Everglades on Friday oft eighteen through twenty-nine yearsof present, on Christmas Eve, under

last week and played a return en- ... i age who do not have an obvious the direction of Mrs. W. N. Martin,
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gagement Sunday morning did much : : '; ; .. \. .. J !fid physical defect, who were found ac- a pageant, "White Gifts for the

greater damage than was at first ., ..;.:', ; "; '. .. .. ceptable upon a pre-induction exam- King," based upon an ancient legend
generally : .. ..L : : : ination held to 1, and involving the Christmas
: thought and a general estimate :' .>i : .:' 25 '. '- prior February story.
of the damage made early in : :,; :" .. 1944, and later were rejected when I The choir, under the direction of
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the week is that ninety per cent of ':' -" .. v.:..,:..-.-....... ..,. I A" they appeared for induction, will be I I J. E. Beardsley, will present a group

"the vegetable crops of the lake area :I ''I sent to Camp Blanding for another i I of special Christmas songs.

were destroyed.It .- pre-induction :physical'' examination The Mother's Club gave the chil-
is still too early to make any between January 1 and March 1, dren of the church, under school

estimate of the damage to sugarcane the blessings of / Merrynristmas 1945, the Hendry County local board age, a Christmas party at the Com

.)" and officials of the United MAY was advised. this week. munity Center, IVJonday night.
States Sugar Corporation this week be with you : Mrs. Rose Hoffman, clerk in the
said that had selective service office here stated'
merely they no com- Midnight mass will be held at
make. However it is that of the files had not dis- '
ment to gen- 0 a study Church
St. ChristmasEve.
Margaret's
friends and with all/ I
suffered our which
erally conceded that the cane closed any county cases come The Mass in F, by Leonard,
more damage than at first be- under this! order: will be sung. The solo parts will be

'lieved but it is still too early to of us .. in our souls and Another stringent regulation i is: taken by Mrs. H; T. Vaughn, Miss

know whether or not it will have any that deferred workers, even if in a Geneva Thielen, and Miss Nora
effect on the length of the harvest hearths. We limited service or physically unfit
upon our can Oglesby. The entire mass will be
season. Some individuals rank it category, will be reclassified into a by Mrs. B. A. Bourne, organist for

as a catastrophe which approaches offer )\, .,, -. .-. ..r. L ,, class available for active service if I the church.
no more gracious : : < :<
that of the freezes of 1930 and : .
;; _.; he leaves the employment for which --:-.- .
1934. he is now deferred without the local A special Christmas song service

The usually frost-free areas of the greeting this Yuletide. '.' .::' :::'"",7t; ----.t':: '1'j:: board having made 'a determination I will be given by the choir of the
lake section .. ..:.1 .K"" .' .1',' .. ",, ,. .'.,.'. ..,-
farming did not escape < > .\: ',. ,, ;v .; provided for in the regulations. First Baptist Church Sunday even-
and frost is said to have formed in ,:r' :} ': >:;:'>. i:; :il: Another new regulation is that all ing at 7:30 p. m. The church will

some places up to the water's edgeof registrants who have been classified be lighted by candles and a very impressive -

Lake Okeechobee. Beans and tomatoes ..'"--:.. :.: '" :;;: : : '. 4-F because of illiteracy or service is being prepared.The .
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bore the brunt of the dam- -: mental weakness are to' be called entire evening will be given to

'age but young cabbage also was before the. local board and given an music. The following program of

"killed and some mature cabbage was interview to determine whether or songs has been arranged to carryout

"nipped. No report has been received THE CLEWISTON NEWS not the board feels that they are as; the story which centers around

on celery and lettuce but it Is unfit in these capacities a's they have the Birth of Christ. The first part

understood that Shawnee Farms, at indicated. All veterans with dishonorable -I tells of the announcement of and

.. Liberty Point" will begin shipment discharges and of moral the Birth of the Christ Child. The
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of lettuce this week in carload lots. .. weakness are also to be called backto second endeavors to the
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The only station of the sugar corporation determine whether or not a spot rejoicing which followed" the' Birthof
reporting tevperatures above cannot be found for them. Christ.

freezing Friday morning 'was South I. D. LEYDIG PASSES 3 ONE-ACT PLAYS The regulations are growing''ever PART I

Bay where a minimum of 33 degrees"was stricter on selectees, particularly the< ,Piano Prelude-Mrs. L. I. ,Wal-

recorded. Bare Beach was the younger men and other such regula- dron, Jr.Hymn. :

coldest with 26 degrees and Clewis AWAY 'THURSDAY AT PRESENTED HEREON tions are to be, expected in the near v "I Love to Tell the-:.Story"' -

;i ton had an official 28. However future. -Choir. ..
the Research laboratories that morning Hymn, "Its Came Upon'' the Mid-

.i recorded a 26.3 degree reading. HOME OF DAUGHTERSI. FRIDAY NIGHT Tigers and Tigerettes night, Clear' -Congregation. .

I An._.unofficial field reading of 23.5 'Prayer-Mr. Arch Hodges. :

was 'recorded at Benbow .;plantation Practice (Basketball Hymn, "Hark the-Herald Angers

I \:I:. ", where....the. officiaU eadi-;i' was :lv, b: Leydig highly \respected As one of the, projects of the Sing"-Congregation. "
r The Eastern Division*, at the three citizen of Clewiston for the past' fifteen recreation committee of the United I -- Anthem, "Shepherds. Tell Us" ...:..

observation; stations had a 28, a 25 years, passed away'at' 7:25 States Sugar Corporation, threeoneact The Clewiston High School'' boys j Choir. ..

and 32 at the Azucar office. The Thursday night at the home of his plays were presented by em- I and girls have begun their pregametraining Hymn "0 Little, Town of Bethle-

i Frost Warning Service recorded its 4 daughters, Mrs. Leah Spicer and ployees last Friday night at Sugar- in preparation for coming hem"-Choir

lowest; reading at the ramie project Miss Marion Leydig. He would have land Park Auditorium. basketball season. The Tigers and I J, Solo, "Silent N'ght'.' Peggy.
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\ on road 26, 24 degrees. celebrated his eighty-sixth birthday Mrs. Thos. E. Markette was in Tigerettes will open their season Powell. .

I Sunday morning brought freezing on December 31. I charge of the plays for the committee January 13th at Moore Haven against :'! Scripture Reading:-Mrs W: A.

temperatures of 32 degrees at He had been in very good health 1 and they were directed by Mrs.C. the Terriers. Prospects for the sea- Montgomery.
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!! Liberty Point and South Shore. Miami until about' six months ago when his E. Bjornson. W-O Ruhlander of son are considered good for bothj I Prayer-Rev. H. C. Meador. .

I ; Locks was high with 36 degrees doctor advised a complete rest from Riddle Field, had charge of makingup teams. The Tigerettes must replace PART II "

i and Clewiston had 35. Frost was activities about the home which kept .the members of the cast. star forwards, Kathleen Lewis and I Announcements.Hymn ,
I ( again prevalent over much of the I II him busy almost constantly. The Those attending the performanceswere Frances Sutton, but the Tigers will "I Heard the Bells of

I { .. lake area that morning. rest, however, failed to bring back loud in praise of the splendid have virtually the .same team as last I Christmas Day"-Congregation,;

health to a body slowed by the infirmities work done by the members of the year. { Offertory Prayer-Mr. L. I. :Wal-
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* j Dr. JRigby' Speaker of age and he became cast and all three of the plays were Following a list of those. stu- dron, Jr.Worship.
gradually weaker until the end thoroughly enjoyed. The names of dE'ntsout, for basketball: L with tithes_and offerings.

1 ,[ At School Assembly I came last night. the three plays and the casts for Tigerettes-Mareie: Allen. Mamie I Anthem, "The' Lord is Come" -

1 Mr. Leydig was born December each are as follows: Trice, Margaret Williams, Marilyn Choir.

1 31, 1859, in Southampton Townsite, Three's A Crowd Davis, Betty McDuffie. Harriette 1 Hymn, "0, Come All Ye Faithful"
Dr. W. O. Rigby was the speaker Pa., and resided in that state until. Eddie, Horace Brown; Madeline, I Alston, Annis Adams, Shirley Owen,I I -Choir.

\i\ at a special High School assembly he moved to Clewiston in 1929. He Laurene Worth; Ellen, Louise Mary Louise Thomas, Jo Ann Crouch, j Anthem. "Come Thou AlmightyKing"
i held Friday morning and his talk
married to Miss Anna Bell Cole- Callie Davis. Nell Christian, Choir.
t was loath; Elmer, Eric Thomas; Mr Mary --
\ was concerned with the symptoms, man of Somerset, Pa., on April 5, Johnson, Fred C. Sikes. Dorothy Sealey. I Hymn, "All Hail the Power of
\ causes and cures for tuberculosis 1887, and the couple shared fifty- The Singapore Spider 'Tigers-Richard Pape, Johnny j Jesus Name"-Congregation.

{ and hookworm, the talk being in t six years of happy companionship, Jason Harridew, V. C. Woodward;; Sullivan, Junior Martinez, Raymond Benediction-Mr. J. E. Elder.

f: ,. Christmas connection Seals.with the. current sale of I Mrs. Leydig preceding him in deathin Sarah :Meggs, Tammie Hobbs; Mat- Trice, Russ Owen, Curtiss Pullen. I Piano Postlude--Mrs. L. I. Wal-

March of this year. The couple thew Harridew, Eric Thomas; Jim Junior Wilcox Horace Butler, Howard dron, Jr. .
Dr. Rigby explained to !
the children -I''
j. celebrated their Golden Wedding in Meggs, William Riley; Josie White, Kepple. Frank Harben, Doug'
\; that the slightest symptoms of 1937. To the union was born four Laurene Worth. Conover and Bruce Beardsley.Appointments KIWANIS MEETS
: tuberculosis should be for'j
watched
children, three of whom still sur- GrallW1U'Pulls The Strings --
j if the disease'is caught in its early vive: Mrs. Leah Spicer -and Miss Hildegarde, Mary Davidson; Nona, Made By The Kiwanis Club held its regular '
1 it is not difficult
stages to cure. He Marion Leydig of Clewiston and Mrs.F. Virginia Dwyer; Mrs. Cummings, Christmas meeting this week. A .
} of the advances which
spoke medical W. DeLozier of Connellsville Pa. Letha Stacy; Julia, Bonite Henderson MasoniciOfficer delicious fruit cake was presented ';.:""
i science has made I
and against the disease A son, Robert died in 1909. Thereare ; Grandma Blessington, Esther to the club by Mrs. M. M. Prewitt. ::1I
.I why present war conditions four grandchildren, Marion and Davidson William Thornton, Fret The Christmas gifts which were exchanged -
have caused a greater ; rv.. S. Mumford, who was elected -
spread
Billy DeLozier of Connellsville and C. Sikes. 1 by members present, have -4
. : of it in industrial Worshipful Master of the Moore I
:1- areas. Mrs. I. S. Bell, Jr., and Miss Roberta Fred Sikes and V. C. Woodward. I been turned over to the American -,
... In relation to hookworm Dr. Haven Lodge at the regular meeting .. *..i*... '-
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Spicer of Clewiston.Mr. I/>-!rn f- ris- 'n among the
;. Rigby: explained why it is so prevalent took their parts: just two days be- on Thursday night of last wel? Rn-
Leydig: vas a successful gen- underprivileged children. <
fore the
'4. in the South and how It fastens plays were given but despit nounces the appointment of the following .
eral merchant during the years he this handicap of time carried off;
i itself upon a person sometimes officers to fill the other positions -
lived in Pennsylvania, retiring from SCHOOL BOND SALE
) without his knowledge. I their parts in a very capable man- ; not elective, in the lodge: .
I this work a few :years before he
i A tuberculosis film, ner. M. A. Thomas will serve as senior -
sent "
by the came, with Mrs. Leydig, to join Miss I Ii The War Bond sale at the Clewis- '
A State Society for the Control and deacon, George 1\t. Beck as jun-
1 ';$
i Marion Leydig in Clewiston and ton School amounted to $950. The
U Prevention of Tuberculosis 1 Evers To Attend i ior deacon C. W. Fuller as chap=
was
make this the family home. He wasa cooperation of the students was ex- i
shown, following Dr.Rigby's I lain, W. H. Lanier as senior stew- "'
talk. .
.1 charter member of the Myersclale, Pines I cellent, and those students who purchased :;
Bay
Meeting ord, H. J. Middleton. junior stewand -
Pa., Masonic Lodge and received his I I the bonds were given a ride .
arc W.. C. Owen as tiler.
New Year and Xmas fifty-year pin from this lodge sev- r \ I in an Army jeep. The bond sale i
,., eral years ago. He was also a member A. J. Eveis,. re-employment 'committeeman ; drive was under the supervision of :;
Dances Are Planned of and active worker in the of the Hendry Counts' i Christmas Party For M. R. Stroud, principaLREPRESENTATIVE "
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Clewiston Community Church, local board, will attend a confer- '
At Sugarland Park Cadets :Great 'Success J
Funeral services will be held at ence at Bay Pines in St. Petersburg: i TO SENATE ;:
the Community Church at two o'- of the. Veteran's Administration 01 ':

The recreation committee of the clock tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon January 8 and 9, as representative. The president and 'committee of I 1\1iss.to Ann Long, daughter of
United States Sugar Corporation I.1 with Rev David C. Hancock,I from this county. I the Cadet Club wish to extend their Mr. and Mrs. F. Carl Long of Clewis ;

announces that a Christmas dance pastor of the church: conducting the The conference will discuss th appreciation to the girls and Radios ton, was elected one of the five rep- .
vlll be held tomorrow (Saturday) I services. problems of reemployment and rehabilitation I of the community who gave their resentatives of the freshman class of .'

night beginning at ten and lasting : Interment will be in Woodlawn of returning veterans. I time and refreshments to make the Florida State College for Women at -t:.

until the wee small hours. I cemetery in West Palm Beach that -- -.--- -- Cadet Club's Christmas party a grand Tallahassee when the election of
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,, Music will be furnished by the i aftel"nOon. Arrangements are in IMPORTANT GARDEN CLUB success. :I class officers was held on December ..'
;?"''''?in"n oichpstra which has charge of the Everglades Funeral :NOTICE The presence of the British officers I 12. Ida Lee Rentz of Miami

ii. proven so popular here and the admission Home I of Pahokee. from Riddle Field and their was elected president of the class. .
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.t is the same as in the past t ----- I A very important meeting of th at'- these dances. I| Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Bauer of Frankfort I Garden Club will be held next Thurs- too, most gratifying. I Mrs. Frank Veltri and Mrs. M "

i *: .. Another dance is planned foi o Ind., arrived Sunday for a day, December 28, at the Commun A. Summers, Mrs.. Lloyd Summers
row Years, a dawn dance beginning:1 visit of a few weeks with their ity Center. An interesting pro grani 1 M. Menton May, of West Palms and Miss Joy Summers, all of Moore

I r tone o'clock Monday morning and l 1| daughter, Mrs. Dick Yoder, and Mr. j has been arranged and all member: I Beach, was a business visitor in Haven, were business visitors in
lp!'Mns until five o'clock a. nt. Yoder. are urged to be present. Clewiston this past week.. West Palm Beach on Tuesday
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'' Gems of Thought
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J Uqf7 /4v4. WHEN 'we really forgive, it .
seem particularly
o to matter whether we forget or
?"Z"b i;J%.7h J b,7I; TSWN..U.RELEASt not'
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Nor
florid honied lies
For Continuance prose nor of
Helen-You like his attentions. I THE STORY THUS FAR: Zorle Corey, man and what he represented, but and threatening and ugly happening rhyme
Why don't you marry him? Who hates herself for being meek and she was trying to keep it out of her just under the surface.He Can blazon crime.evil deeds or consecratea
Betty-Because I like his atten- shy, agrees to deliver some Invitations expression. spoke rapidly in French. She
-LORD BYRON.
and
for her employer'sVUe It Is raining,
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tions. "Let's sit down and have a drink, looked at him blankly.
the bursts Into tears. A handsome stranger Fault finding and hollow criticism
he said, "and I'll tell you. There is "Oh! Don't understand
her her he you
from
stops and gets story ;
seldom
Judge to prisoner at bar: "You tears up the Invitations and deposits themIn something about you that bafflesme. French?" he said. those are indulged in by
now have 32 days for contempt. a nearby trash basket. Zorle, unable'to ." "No, Mr. Lanning." capable of creating.-
Want to try for 64?" assert herself, Is railroaded into taking a Zorie wondered what this really "That's odd," he said. "That's Martin Vanbee.
-- Job she doesn't want by Admiral Duncan, meant. He had certainly seen her very odd." Each morning look back upon
Better Choice grandfather of her fiance, Paul Duncan. in Elleryton, talking with Steve be- "Why?" Zorie gasped. yourwork of yesterday and then ..
Pretty young dancer-What is Aboard the steamer, Samoa, en route to side the telephone pole in the rain. "You might have a command of try to beat it.-Sheldon. '
Zorle dances with Steve, Paul'sbrother.
Hawaii,
between marchingand
the difference
Steve Is the "handsome stran He must know now what was in so many tongues!" Very few worries seem seri-
dancing? ger" who had befriended her. Paul'Is furious the notebook, and he must have read "But tell me why?" ous after they have been required -
Soldier-I don't know. at Zone, and refers to Steve as a the treatise. Instinct warned her to "Well," he said, laughing, "mys to show their credentials.
Dancer-I didn't think you did. Nazi spy. The admiral dictates some of be very careful, to say little or tery is always intriguing."
Let's sit out this one. his memoirs to Zoric.CHAPTER. nothing.She Someone has stopped beside the
wished that Steve would come table.
ezfu( r..t.n.
VIII along. "Miss Corey," Mr. Lanning said, .a =
"Why, Mr. Lanning?" she said in his graceful way, "this is..my airht.
MULTIPLERSUEF She looked at them both with dis. in a small voice. friend-my companion-Pierre Sav- l
may. "I_I think we're doing nice- "Well," he said, "you're a beau- oyard."
FOR ly," she said in a quavery voice. tiful woman. You have beautiful "How do you do?" Zorie said
"There!" cried the admiral with a hair, you have heavenly eyes and faintly.
Ever
triumphant chortle. an exquisite nose and a delicious Pierre Savoyard said nothing. He .".,
COLD MISERIESGRbVE'S "Zorie!" Steve said in a shocked mouth Why?" stared. Since
voice. He was looking at her as if "Why?" Zorie echoed. "Miss Corey," Mr. Lanning said, 5s !? Tiny '3,3:
he didn't believe it. "Yes-why? Why are you doing "is helping Admiral Duncan write
"I never thought you'd let me everything you can to conceal the his autobiography. She says it is Tots
r down," he said softly. Then he facts? Why do you wear your hairas very interesting work."
grinned, very slowly. "Oh, well- you do? Why do you go without "Truly?" Pierre Savoyard said. WUNTUPLEISalways
It's only a book." makeup? Why do you dress so deliberately He had a soft, low voice.
"I can't think anymore," the ad- to hide the fact that you Zorie felt that she was on trial.
miral said. "You might as well are beautiful." She wished Steve or Paul would use this forCSTCOLDS

COLD go, Zorie." Zorie's cheeks were burning. She come along ,She was frightened.
TABLETS With a half-hour to spare, .Zorie said as calmly as she could: "I Beyond Mr. Savoyard she suddenlysaw
went.up to A Deck. Amber Lanning. _
She walked to the bar, sat down on Amber was sleek and beautiful in tfTo Promptly Relieve Coughing
a stool and ordered a Martini. She u midnight blue. She was walking Make Breathing Easier
told herself she really needed it. slowly past. Her eyes were nar- Break Up Congestion in Upper
She needed courage. No matter rowed. She nodded slightly and Bronchial Tract,Nose,Throat
I what happened this evening, she walked on. The nod, Zorie realized, Whenever the Quintuplets catch cold-
HERE HAM INSURANCE 'would need courage. Alcohol gave was meant for her uncle. He had their chests throats and backs are im-
IT IS mediately rubbed with Musterole. IT
you false courage, but false couragewas evidently given her some kind of sig- MUST BE GOOD!
GUARANTEED better than none. Musterole gives such prompt relief
It was almost six-thirty. She paid nal.Zorie felt a chill dart along her because it's more than just a "salve."
SKIPPER for .her drinks, walked once around ;r11 spine. Her mouth was so dry she It's call a what modern so many counter-irritant.Doctors and Musterolenot Nurses

PREVENTATIVEIN the deck to enjoy her glowing feel- could hardly swallow. The waiter only relieves coughs sore throats
ing, then went down to the ad- had replaced her empty cocktail aching muscles due to chest colds but
CURED MEAT ALSO helps break up congestion in upper
miral's suite. with still She
, glass another full one. bronchial tract, nose and throat.
Ak Your Dealer When she opened the door, her drank it hastily and glanced at Mr. Musterole is wonderful for grown-ups ;..
or WriteN.J.BODDffi stateroom was dark. She switchedon Lanning, then at Pierre Savoyard.For too! And so much easier to apply thana
The filled instant in his face mustard plaster. Ready for instant use
the she
light. room was an saw
rub
i & -just it on! "No fuss No muss,
I with a pale fog of smoke, but it determination. It made him more with Muslerole."
The Ham Innirtace MaD
, DURHAM N.C. wasn't cigarette smoke. It was ci- .rJ I sinister. than ever. IN 3 STRENGTHS: Children's Mild
gar smoke. She supposed that Win- I He said in his deep voice, "It has Musterole, Regular and Extra Strong.
': throp Lanning had been here with been so nice meeting you, Miss Cor-
I
Amber, and had smoked a cigar. ey." He walked on. He disappeared. IlliI
She sat down on Amber's bed and Amber had disappeared, too. !
waited for the phone to ring. She 1 s : Zorie felt dizzy. The room- had

t SNAPPY FACTSABOUT was facing her own bed under which 1 started to revolve. She squeezedher
her trunk was visible. eyes shut and gave her head a
:, Zorie pulled the trunk out and un- \\v little shake. She opened her .eyes MARRIED, 10 ,YEARS? (<

: locked and opened it.The" She..stiIl.felt.dizzy.. '
: RUBBERDemand I! Happy peppy and 'as., full of vim and \
'stenographer's book was not "Mr! Lanning; she said, "I have
i vigor as the day you were married? Or, _..:
where she had placed it. a date. You'll have to excuse me." has making a home," raising a family
She searched the trunk hurriedly, Her voice sounded thick, the words, and hard work made you feel like an old
'i::. but she could not find the notebook.The fuzzy. man or old woman? If you're always
. tired out, feel loggy and run-dawn-your
: < notebook was gone! Those Martinis! How, many had system may be functioning under a vita
&'';. for military tents It now occurred to Zorie, as she she had? Three? Four? Five? min-mineral deficiency. Try the Vita-
,ii., has had a strong influence on kneeled there with chills prancingover Mr. Lanning was rising. She could Berles 10 day treatment.-A special
' of essential minerals and
the supply of cotton needed her, that something else was not see his face too clearly. 2,000 combination units of Vitamin B-l. No reason
for the"manufacture of tires missing. It was the young Bavarian She stood up, hoping she could why married folks shouldn't be as pep
and other rubber items. engineering student's treatise-"A .,Y"s.. D' still walk. She made her way un- py and romantic as the day they were
Accurate tire inflation means Critical Survey of the Re-tooling of '4F.lsr4. certainly 'to the door and went on married.drug store.Vita-Berles only $1.00 at your
more now than ever before. Too the Waffenfabrik Krupp Plant for deck. The cool, strong sea breeze
much pressure encourages impact Increased''' Wartime Production." Pierre Savoyard said nothing.: He felt wonderful on her face. She I VITA-BERLES SALES COMPANY
breaks too little causes excess She was trying to think calmly. stared. went to the rail. 12630 Superior Ave. Cleveland, Onto ,

flexing and heat-a heavy mile- Her first assumption had been that happen to be engaged,to a man'who The phrase "walk it off" went
age waster.A Amber had stolen the notebook and disapproves of makeup and frivolous through her mind. There was noth-

a compliment to the tech- treatise in a final effort to force her clothes." ing to do but walk it off. .
nicians responsible for the to move out of this stateroom. Then His eyes and his smile were know- She started up the deck. Every- "7c. .. .
development of synthetic rub- she recalled the cigar smoke she ing. "Ah!" he said softly. "But it thing had a glassy look. A man in : 1.':=" New Scientific Formula
ber is the fact that tires and I had smelled when she first came in. goes deeper than that, Miss Corey. a white coat and black trouserswas \ j' -. often gives Amazing of Speedy
tubes required by the U. S. Amber would not be likely to have a The Chinese have a saying'Theflower slowly coming along the deck =j "- Relief Muscular to Sufferers Pain Agonyand of
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Ordnance Department are 'I key that would fit this lock or the of love does not thrive 'on toward her. RHEUMATISM ARTHRITIS.
about substitute 85 per cent for convertedto natural skill necessary to pick it. tears.' Something of the kind also She was sure it was Paul. He LUMBAGO CHAMBARD SCIATICA.TABLETS
rubber.a She must do something, but she applies to loveliness. Lovelinessdoes stopped a few feet away from her. Zr- r C are a New Combination of
did not know what to do. not thrive on neplect-or on a She could not see his face very Iu :;;: by Medicinal Leading Ingredients Modern Physi used
Her earlier suspicions returned. determination to be urJovely. Do clearly, but she saw the anger in '( ( So:;: cians.
t7 Steve had lived in Germany and you see my point?" his clear gray-green eyes. 1 <.i d Are CHAMBARD Praised by TABLETS Thousands. I
turned Nazi. The Lannings, in spiteof Zorie wanted to say that he was "Will you please explain this?" Must Give Absolute Sato- '"
his defense of them, were doubt- being rude and prying! That how he said grimly. 1 faction or Money Back. I
less Nazis, too. And the powerful- she did her hair, and what she did. "What?" Zorie asked. r m 52.00 IMPERIAL a Box-DRUG Write Now CO. ,I
looking man with scrubby red hair about her face and her body was "Look at you! You can hardly 5 1344 5th Avc. N.Y.C.2f I
s who had several times stared at I none of his business. stand up! You'd better take a good
her so searchingly-he was obviously "Not quite," she said meekly. long walk."
in with them, and that made hima The waiter brought their drinks. "With you?" Zorie asked. Shoulder a Gun-

Nazi, too. I. "Do it again," Mr. Lanning said. "What's wrong," he said savage Or the Cost of One
She recalled how he, Amber, and Then, to Zorie: "With you, I be- ly, "with Mr. Lanning?"
her uncle had each, in turn, staredat lieve, it's a state of mind. You are "Did you see us?" ft ft BUY WAR BONDS
her. Why? It had been obvious inherently a great actress. You be- "Yes, I saw you." p
: that Amber had mistaken her for come whatever you wish to be. It's "He's a horrible man!"
someone else. amazing, isn't it? And a great tal "But the type you evidently pre-
One of them had stolen the note- ent." fer."
book and the engineering treatise. He was staring at her hard now. He walked rapidly away. Zorie 9
They must suspect that she was in She felt a familiar fluttering in her stood looking after him, hurt and re
some way involved-but in what? heart. sentful. But he was right. She
It was puzzling and alarming "So now," Mr. Lanning said, "you shouldn't have had those drinks with ; s
AT FIRST She would, she decided, talk to Steve are somebody's fiancee How Mr. Lanning. She would never do
61GNOFA about it, but not yet. She wanted to did you like Elleryton?" such a thing again. MANY DOCTORS ':;\. ,
,D think things over. She wanted, first "I hated iU'! Zorie said impulsively. She loved Paul, and she wanted $ fTNISTONIC
0 'IJi1 of all, another Martini. to please him. He carried himselfso RECOMMEND s ,
Zorie went to the bar. She was "Ah! Yes. But you would." well, she thought; he had such i

USE.666 drinking a Martini when a suave, "Why would I?", fine shoulders, such a beautiful ""
familiar voice said, "Well! I was be- "But why not?" he laughed. "Con- head.
.'' ginning to think you were being kept sider Elleryton." She continued along her uncertain
" Cold Preparation as directed packed away in jeweler's cotton." Zorie drank her Martini. The course. She felt confused and fright-

{, .' She looked around into Winthrop waiter took her glass away and put ened. The things Mr. Lanning had It You"Tire Easily",have low resistance to
'. Lanning's dark, handsome, satur- down a full one in its place. Mr. said, the questions he had asked, colds and minor ills-due to lack of the
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Lo" ,. nine face. His lids were partly low. Lanning said carelessly, "Do it had been meaningless, yet full of: ;vital Elements':'natural A & D Vitaminstry
*" ered and she noticed the little star-. I again." dark significance. It was evident .taking good-tasting Scott's Emu!. t
r' tes shaped scar under his left eye. Onlyone He looked rather pleased, Zorie that he suspected her of being some- lion daily the year around! National sur-
" of his mouth and she wondered why. that his niece and Mr.
corner .was thought, one else; vey shows many doctors recommend
ing. It gave him a sinister smil-I "My niece tells me you're doing Savoyard also suspected it. Scott's to help build up resistance, bring
':":Y She wondered if he had gone into secretarial work." Why was it odd that she didn't back energy and stamina Buy Scott's
?:. her stateroom, opened her trunk Zorie's heart gave. a sickening speak French? Why had he said, today-at all druggists!IIT'S
and taken the notebook and treatise. thump. "Yes," she said. She hesi- "You become whatever you wish to GOOD-TASTING
She wondered who he thought she tated, then went on: "I'm helping be. It's amazing, isn't it? And a
was, and what he, thought she was Admiral Duncan with his autobiog- great talent."
.:. doing. raphy." Why had they stolen the notebookand
.. .' "You know," he said, "I'm awfully "Really! Mr. Lanning said. the treatise? If they were Nazi
-- .- : curious about you." "That must be very interesting." agents-and she was sure they were v
Preserve Our Liberty "Why?" Zone asked. Her voice His smile was mocking. His eyes -of what did they suspect her, or
sounded squeaky to her. She was were narrow and knowing. Zone the girl she resembled?
Buy U. S. War Bonds frightened. She was afraid of this had a sense of something mysterious (TO BE CONTINUED)




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The salesman asked a farmer rlr. c. I I I :u rrrT11J1
the way to the nearest hotel.
"You turn left at the school-
house," the farmer advised. Use the corn popper to toast I Do you have an old eyeglasscase

"Then go straight ahead till you odd bits of stale bread. around that isn't in use?,

come to Gad Shor's house. Then -.- Employ it as a red and blue ration -
take the left fork in the road and fff More Milk and Cream If a small article has fallen into token holder.
some hard-to-get-at place, use a .
keep on for five miles. -
By Rapid Milking wad of chewing gum stuck on the
"That's clear, the man said. If needles are scarce,
TT IS open up
highly probable that few football end of a long stick to get at it.
"Where does that bring me? A players today recall the -.- one of the old pin cushions and

"d'i'al the farmer announced, name of Herman Suter and, the re Method Saves Labor, Adjust the cover of the ironing doubtlessly you will find a num-

"that brings you right back here." I markable Sewanee team he coached Improves Herds' Health board onto the board while it is ber of needles embedded there.

"Right here!" the salesman just 45 years ago. still wet after washing. It will -.-

.r shouted, "why should I come back: Herman Suter was Fast milking has become the or- then fit tight. A clean tea towel, pinned
here?" der of the day. It is not a war .
the Princeton quar- smoothly over my rolling pin, sub
"To get the rest of the direc- necessity measure, although it does
terback who ran 95 An easy way to coat doughnutswith stitutes for a sleeve-board very
tions," the farmer explained. "If yards against Har- aid during time of labor scarcity. sugar is to place them in a satisfactorily. Both large and

I told you them all at once, you vard, back around Fast milking not only results in a paper sack with powdered sugar. small sleeves can be ironed nicely

might get confused." _. 1895 or 1896. He larger volume of milk but the butter- Shaking the bag will do the rest. and quickly on it.
was and still is on fat content is often materially in- -
the small side creased. The last milk is rich in
,
rflN/GIIT,1 weighing around 7aa fat as it represents the milk com- This Charming Doll House Will Be

140 pounds, with a ing from the ruptured'celIs, whichis

shock of long blonde :.: less diluted. Thrilling Surprise for ChristmasBy
The faster the milking, whetherby
Relieve Miseries of Your hair-at least it was
blonde in those hand or machine, the less chance
GrantlandRicedays. there will be that any milk will be Ruth Wyeth Spears

I >- BABYS COLD His story of the 1899 Sewanee held up. At the Geneva, N. Y., station R E MOVABI E WINDOSJS I and'other details are included. To get
! team: is the most remarkable football it was found that rapid milking FRONT FA5TEN5 DOORS this pattern, address:
ON WITH EWS INTO
I epic in all football history. decreased the amount of mastitis HOOKS BATH AND
and udder troubles.For l\IRS.\ RUTH \VYETH SPEARS
As He
Sleeps "We had 105 students at Sewanee
: ti AND OTHERFEATURES Bedford Hills New York
] Now most young that; season," Suter said. (Sewanee fast milking, the stimuli must
CUT OUT Drawer 10
: mothers use this being a small but famous univer- be right. With some cows this AND GLUED
r1 Enclose 15 cents for Pattern No. 273.
?
: : : modern way torelievemiseries sity hid away in the Tennessee means feed, with others it might ON WALLS

; of a child's mountains.) mean the noise of the milking ma- Name.................................
;:: : cold.Even as you rub chine or the milk pails, or it mightbe
it on,Vicks VapoRubstarts "My football squad consisted of the washing and drying of the Address...............................
to soothe irritation in nose and 18 men,' from which only 12 or 14 udder.
throat, loosen phlegm
ease coughing.
Then could be used. Our'schedule con- Whatever the stimuli, differentcows
as baby sleeps, VapoRub .
sisted of 12 hard including a
games respond to different stimuli,
pENETRATESl"to 2,500-mile trip in which we had to and the farmer must understand the MAY TO FIT BE NEW MADE OR OLD Beware Coughs

upper bronchial e e play five games in six days. ,The individual reactions of his cows. At BOOK SHELVES

tubes with its special jw' average weight of this squad was Massachusetts State college it was from common colds .
medicinal vapors. -* :I-A about 161 pounds. On this 2,500miletrip found possible to secure an additional DO YOU know a young house-

,$T/MvfApF we had to play Texas, Texas A. quart of milk by the applicationof keeper who would love to That Hang On ::

chest and back and M., Tulane, L.S.U. and Mississippi hot water to the teats and floorof make a home for a family of dollsin

surfaces like a -.i among the ranking'colleges the udder. this charming Colonial house? Creomulslon relieves promptly because -
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warming poultice. p of the South. They were all strong As a stimulus will last only six to It is easy to make from scrapsof it goes right to the seat of the .
Often by of the that season. We had to jump from trouble to help loosen and expel J
morning most misery of seven minutes, it is essential that plywood or from panels with laden and aid nature '
the cold is Remember Mother... spot to train travel at germ phlegm,
spot by
gone. poor slight flaws now available for civ- to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed -
ONLY VAPORUB Gives You this special night, where we got little sleep. Yet ilian use. It is even possible to bronchial mucous mem- ..
double action. It's time-tested, this Sewanee team not only won all make the front, partitions and branes..Tell your druggist to sell you -
home-proved ...the best known homeremedy five games, but it, wasn't scored other special features to fit book a. bottle of CreomuIsion with the understanding ,
you must like the way it
ing mi forcIievV C fA upon. shelves that you may have now. quickly allays the cough or you are
VAPORUO i g% S "I can remember them still-Or- N fa Another important feature of to have your money back.CREOMULSION. I .

mond Simpkins, one' of the greatest this house is that it fits into a 28% <

football players I ever saw-a fine inch space against the wall, whereit for Coughs: ,Chest Colds Bronchitis .
YOU CAN'T BUY kicker, a fine ball carrier and the won't be stumbled over.NOTEPattern .

more in aspirin than the assurance of most terrific tackler and blocker .
quality and purity guaranteed when you I've ever seen since. There was e

buy St. Joseph Aspirin world's largest Kirby Smith, son of Robert E. Lee'sfamous 273 gives illustrated directions V
eeller at lOt. Demand St.Joseph Aspirin.
lieutenant general-a 162- and dimensions for making the

pound tackle. Also Ditty Seibels, a combination doll house and shelves shown
158-pound greyhound back, and Rex here; also actual-size outline drawings for
Kilpatrick, brother of Yale's famous the doors, windows shutters fireplace and
I views into up-to-date kitchen and bath.
H-i ii end, John Reed Kilpatrick, now a
r
r Directions for coloring these features and
general and former president of M
gluing them in place, making flower boxes
i r. Madison Square Garden. These are
J I'I just a few types I am giving you. -

I! I II "These I've ever men seen had the on greatest any football spirit d?' #-__......_-.....,


I field. Eight of them played through .> Good II
: 60 minutes in all five games dur- << Mighty Eating

: ing that six-day trip. The other

three averaged 55 minutes. They ( I
almost fought me when I tried to tqft
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take them out for a little rest. Yes, "- --- -- --

at the finish, they were tired and milking be started immediately.With .

Y"- stale and battered, but they were machines it should not take : CORN I LAKES J
Y"k
still full of fighting football. more than four minutes to the cow.

If the milking is not done immedi-
Two Games in Three
Days
ately the hormone will be dissipated I '.Th. Grains are Great Foods"Kelloggs 1iItK d!L _, .:' ": ,
"But that isn't all," Herman Su by the time the milking is started :
ter told me. "We still had a tough and incomplete milking will result. I Corn Flakes bring you .
schedule left. With this nearly all the protective food elements C .
team picked Cows should be gradually broken OHN
I of the whole declared essential
grain
from 105 students and a squad of 18 into the rapid method of milking, as "
to human
EVANGELIN men, we still had a strong North they should to any other change in .. nutrition. FLAKES .
SYMBOL OF Carolina team and a stronger Au- their management. As this method ... ,

EVERLASTING LOVESEARCHEDFOR burn team, coached by John Heis- does away with stripping, it is a .

YEARS FOR HER LOVER- man, to meet three days apart. We radical change for most cows, but I

FOUND HIM IN A POORHOUSE, beat North Carolina. Then we beat one to which they will soon respond.
Auburn 11 to 10 in one of the roughest -
WHERE HE DIED IN HER ARMS. fiercest and best football games BAKE

! j the South has ever seen. There were AgricultureIn 3 FOP
riots along the side lines, and at : Tender. y.

:" THIS FAMOUS times there were riots on the field. the NewsBy ; Muffins Are

We were always in enemy territory W. J. DRYDEN tYeast' j
MODERN MAIDIS since no one cared to come to our label ;

A SYMBOL OF mountain fastness Flelschman Se EX1RA yitatmnsake .
with \
Wasted Here
THE PURITY AND Nothing them
"We finally finished the season M .,
WHOLESOMEGOODNESS with 12 straight victories over the Research work on plastics from the only yeastwith .
OF best teams in the South. We had to farm wastes has developed new MuEfINS m sYeasL '

HU'MMD, THE do all the traveling. We had to be value in byprod- AAISID lcae15 ev78jna'waT f.,
ONLY MARGARINE the invaders. But we had three ucts of byproducts 's <
BY ITS football z1 i. .< of the by- m ps siftued four '
CERTIFIED major assets, and there 1.tab 2 c .D ,
MAKER TO BE'fiABLEGRADE wasn't a man on the team who had products of farm { n1n8 I
:. been proselyted or paid in any way. crops, accordingto V' 2 t b espoons sal and shorteningbk warm until nDf;md ooh. 1 1r
eat
department of sub ,ter a nd patter.g tflhght,about
"First, we had the finest football ewa s 'ait let
-s: : spirit that any football field has agriculture re ; l le yeast luk e a modernTYeB from hau tuii overand F. about 90
searchists. These"threetimes and flour ,parnaP ce.Pang at 37 1 1I
ever shown. Can imagine eggs oven
At your!obeuse! only margarine that's plainly 12-man squad you a re- cover and eu.greasBako oderatB
today playing five
labeled "Table-Grade." That's NU-MAID, moved" materials I
famous for its games in six days, and a player in cases m 5S4*
O sweetchurn. beefing when removed for: rest? many affi
tVO .. have been foundof
fresh flavor.
9 "Second, we had stamina and further use after study in gov-
fiber, the ability to take more pun- ernment laboratories.

,_ ishment than any of our rivals could Typical of such crops having a
:I give us, and hand it back. wide variety of uses is corn. Peni- 4critP

- i. ;, 1 "Third, we had football skill- cillin uses "steep liquor" from this ill
i especially kickers, tacklers and ball grain for its manufacture. But the

carriers. Those were the main as- cob was a byproduct. So the cob
sets over 40 years ago. After 45 was ground and the harder parts t'fr
? years I still haven't seen a betterall sifted out to be used as an air blast : ;vcl
ZfJIuJSuf/tA around back than Simpkins. I ingredient for cleaning machined

FOR MII01 AC1ES All rain IF have seen no one who tackled as metal parts. The corncob grits take
RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO fiercely. And I have seen few backs off grease and loose bits'of metal, '
,.
41.UI, \, more elusive than Ditty Seibels." but are not hard enough to scratch fr _

It was a long trip back to the Su- or grind down the machined metal. :t* S
Itliv ter-Sewanee days of 45 in The cob "flour" left after the sift- fi4 ,
years ago riEISCHMANN'S FAMOUS RECIPE BOOK AEWLY'REYISED HR WARTIME!
resembles wood
r ing closely
this new era where teams need a process I I
squad of 35 men to complete ,their flour, or finely ground wood, a raw Clip and pasta on o peony
material used in plastic manufacture. post card for your free Natal_ ,
schedules', many of them on the of Flaitchmana'
.- easy side. Someone may recall a Experiments with the cob I copy n wly revised "The Bread jj__
';. more dramatic episode than the flour finally produced an excellent Basket."for Dozens breads of, rolls*o y, w"15recipoa *-

tare Bottleti nuuml'lJSSmall Size 60t Suter-Sewanee campaign of 1899- plastic, superior in some respectsto I desserts. Address Standm ____
*CAIIIOI: IU OUT It IUECUI* i w ,
and Brands Incorporated
wood flour plastics. That was J
five hard in six :
AT AU can not um lilt nut u ciit u piss games days, with a Grand Central Annex, Box .
HcIEll Otto CO.. In.JACISOIIILIC /. riOHH working squad of 14 men-including the end of the line, since no waste 477, New York 17. N. Y. Zoo No ,
five consecutive victories. What's. remained with which to work.

the nomination?

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PAGE FOUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS "FRIDAY nf

News I IPubli.i I I since he Is also leaving for the Army I II CLEWISTOX COMMUNITY pon.of the new serially numberedand
Clewiston]
The I the 26th of this month. Itras! CHURCH specially watermarked type 1
given for his very closest friends.:::: David C. Hancock, Minister have yet been found ia the Southeast <

Friday In Clewiston,{ Every one enjoyed the food prepar- However, Mosely said, the I 1
FlorMrt, by very the CLEWISTON NEWS I I ed by Mrs. Bryant, ,Marty and Carol : SUNDAY, DEC. 24, 1944 Office of Price Administration'ex-'
'nc. I line did a little! Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr. C. pects counterfeiters to attempt to)
!l A farewell party is to be given in E. Gericke, superintendent. A overcome the difficulties of duplicating -,

Entered as second elms mail matter. honor of Marty Waldron Friday ,, special Christmas program will be the new "A" coupons even- DAILY :\LTIXF..m P. :M.
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In night at the Civic Center at 8:00 by presented at the Sunday School tually. For that reason service sta
Ci'ewlston. Florida, under the Act of XIGIIT-7 & 9 P. M.SAT. .
March 3, 1897. I I the Junior Class.. This is the !second I hour. tion operators were advised to b & SUN. COXTIXUOUS
member of the class we have Morning Worship, 11:00 a. m., A increasingly careful not to talc:' .
H :5791'.M.WEEK :
services. and it nursery for small children is con- loose, or detached
SETTLE, Publisher I 1 lost to the Armed I coupons or any BEGINNING DEC. 24evv.
CARII
I seems we are losing plenty more be- ducted by the Mother's Club at the other coupons not properly endorsed. s
Subscription! Rate-fZJiQ Per Year I i fore February.. We always have \Community Center. --- SUNDAY, DECEMBER 24TH
"blow-outs." Will I "God's Answer in Christ"\ the
Advertising Rates On Application. \ more fun at these .......... .. .. .
write more about the party next (theme of the minister's Christmas : : : : : :N: :H: :NNN:N:.:NNNH:N:N:.1NM:..:.j OXE DAY ONLY

week. sermon.A i FOR 3TAXICABS

Devoted to the advancement and welfare The ninth grade home room | Christmas pageant, "White ; :: :i: MARIA JON PETER ...

of Clewiston and Hendry County. Christmas party was held; on ,Monday -( Gifts for the King," will be presented .Y. 1 1t MONTEZ HALL GOE ,

Dec. 18. It was held at Stanley's at 8:00 p. m., at the church. ,, DAY AND :SITE SERVICE _:'
'! house. Sixteen people attended -] The Westminster Fellowship will
:_: 18 :_.
PHONE :!:
NATIONAL eDITORIAL including B. J. Myers, home room go caroling after the pageant, instead '.' ..
CIATIONg teacher. They played games and of having their regular meeting .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+:..:..:..:... .
m then had refreshments. Hot dogs, at 6:00.
fruit drink and pop corn was served. II | You are cordially invited to worship T y -fflfan.tV.TMrmr- ,
: with us.RATIONING. LEO CWBILLOjfdtS
I NIGEL BRUCE(
ALONG THE CORRIDORS : G. M. FORD Jis'] ftpfe: Sror,. fcl 8ft |.

!; We are all looking forward to the I I Civil Engineer and Surveyor I I CARTOON

i'party to he held next Friday nightin Specializing In Everglades
Tiger's Roar II honor of dignified.. R. Waldron. j CALENDAR. 1 DECK\mEIt '-
Surveys 23
This blow-out will be held at the j MONDAY,
Civic Center. | PROCESSED FOODS ?hone GO Clewiston, Fla. : ONE DAY ONLY

jSOCIAL ACTIVITIESA Do we have some new romances I Blue A-8 through B-2 (Book 4)) -- i OPEN 3 P. :M.
I blooding around C. H. S.? Phone I now valid at 10 points each. Good iI Continuous Performance
David Thomas I I
farewell party for indefinitely.
200022 for advice for the LOVE-I
was given last Tuesday night at LORN! MEATS AND FATS -- i "Chip Off Old Block"with

the Community Center. The Junior, We extend:: hearty congratulations Red ,A-8 through S-5 (Book 4) Johnson's Fish Camp r

Class ,was in charge of the party to Dot Sealey who has found someone -' now valid at 10 points each for use I with Donald O'Conner
is a member of that with tokens. indefinitely. (Near Hurricane Gate)
David Good
since else who is just her size. ii j ji t
got togetherand Clewiston, Fla.Boats SPECIAL CARTOON
class. A few people in Mrs. Bjornson's Chem SUGAR I
i Interest
gave him a silver identification istrv class: is WANING. How about ,! Sugar stamps No. 30, No. 31, No. and Motors-Guide Service I .......
_ bracelet which he appreciated very it Richard? i 32, No. 33 aid No. 34 now good *n- Rates Reasonable I TUES. & WED., DEO.,, 2O & 27 ... '
:. much. The class regrets to see definitely for five pounds. W. II. Johnson, Mgi.tI DOUBLE FEATURE
Believe it or not, but our hero,
,,-_- David go but we know he.has a good Bobby Topper, is leaving for the I I CANNING SUGAR 'In Meantime Darling'!
maybe better reason for leaving he Stamp No. 40 good for five pounds
or Navy next Thursday. Or maybe
with JEAN OR A IN
is in the good old Navy. I until 28,
since he just wants another party? canning sugar February
of sandwiches and seri-I indKATHRYHlRAYSON
Refreshments 1945.
ously, we wish him the
Coca-Colas were served. Everyone luck and we'll) miss Topper. FUEL OIL 4
" enjoyed the dance and games, and FRIENDSHIP! OH YEAH! Loodin I Period 4 and 5 coupons from last $WETffE4

. seemed to have a good time. on a SENIOR class meeting some year and period 1, 2 and 3 coupons +
.
The Sophomore Class gave a time and listen to the GumBeatingof for this season now valid at10 +
: Christmas party: Monday night at the Sherwood Hall and Betty Town-'! gallons each.

': Community Center which seemed to GASOLIXE uoVAN HEFLIN' MARSHA HUNT
I; have been enjoyed by everyone. Re- send.What's this we hear about lovemaking -, A-13 coupons valid through De- c CECILIA PARKER PEGGY MOHAN
freshments of sandwichs and Coca-; in the trees? TARZAN cember 21. On December 22 A-14 'w" DIANA LEWIS S. Z. SAKALL ?

:; Colas were also enjoyed. The recre- STYLE? Please don't throw grape coupons become valid through .
.Ts.J.3.OLTHURS.
: ation consisted of dancing by every March 21. Rationing rules now
: fruit. & Fill., DEC. 28 & 29
one. 1 These bracelets that are being)I require that each car owner writs
his license number and state on each
Senior High!
The football boys their girly handed out around
' friends, and the Varsity Club, boneand : What we need around this place gasoline coupon in his possession as
I.: girls, enjoyed the best picnic is a soda fountain. We ain't kidding -I soon as it is issued him by his local 7yl r

' ; ever given in good old C. H. S., last ;. Third period always finds us rationing board. loaaLOYALTY od

Sunday afternoon, after attending with a gnawing hunger that even I The new serially numbered "A" ,

-:, church that morning. The eats were causes us to eat PICKLES furnishedby coupons, issued and placed in circu works
good! Barbecue, salad and every- kind M. R. W. I
temporarily
;: lation recently, have apparently
, possibly think Some people really show their You
, thing to eat you can I halted efforts of profes-
: of. The recreation consisted of devotion to'Clewiston, High. Imagine sional counterfeiters to make inroads have been loyal to
:., taking pictures, walking around staying in until 5 o'clock every',aftI"Tnoon. and LATEST NEWS,
basic civilian
i into gasoline us, we are loyalto ,mss..
f.-:: climbing trees, etc. Everyone !eemf They LOVE it. Just ask I j supplies, Clement C. Moseley, chief -
DECEMBER 30
: '. ed to have had the best of times. We Joan and Carolyn. j I of: OPA's currency protection branch you. SATURDAY,
.[ are sorry more ofthe members We extend our best wishes for a. i "Mazie Goes Reno"i
To friends
/ Andre'"V1 ''| in the Southeast, said today. Although you, our
; didn't show up. ilons: and happy marriage to I previous "A" coupons were who have helpedus i Ann Southern
so
. A farewell dinner was given for POUR. May all your troubles i
II widely counterfeited, no bogus CTJUthat's -
}.., Warty Waldron Wednesday night be little ones. to make (1944 .\ "HAUNTED HARBOR" Xo. 10
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: successful, we send I '
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1494 THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE FIYB

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. II' FOOTBALL TEAM HAD story from Luke :::8-14. Iris Ann ed the Fighting Leathernecks: in their-

, PICNIC OX SUNDAY Wright recited a poem, and a prayer last four campaigns, covering Sal..

<. closed the program. pan, Guam, Tinian and Peleliu: have>
The football team of the Clewis- Following the exchange of gifts killed 63,388 japs, capturing 3,267., -
PERSONAL SOCIETY ton High School attended a picnic and playing of games, candy, fruit, The box score:
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last Sunday held on Fisheating ice cream and cookies were servedto Saipan, Japs killed 26,277; cap-
Creek near Palmdale. Sue Cornette, Iris Ann Wright, tured 2,068.
Bernard Myers, football coach, Peggy Powell, Joyce Turner, Helen
"I. Espenlaub, June Crews Elnora Tan- Guam, Japs killed 17,238 ; cap-.
' I presented letters to Marty Waldron, tured 463.TInian i
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Richard Pape Melvin Tobert Junior ner, Christine Dunaway, Hortense
Wilcox, Bruce Beardsley, Horace Chastain, Joyce Tanner, Shirley Ben- Japs killed C.893;. captured -
Mr. and Mis. Dick Yoder spent :Mrs. Charles Brown was enter- I Brown. Douglas Conover. Ben Bol- bow, Ann Slonaker and to Margaret 316.
the week-end in West: Palm Beach. I 'ained' at the home of her mother, ton, Raymond Trice Russ Owens, and Mary Himrod. i Peleliu, Japs killed 12,980; captured -
Mrs. C. H. Holton, on Wednesday Lewis Blount, Gilbert McLeod, johnny 420. "
Mr. and Mrs. U. T. Koch were I evening of last week. The occasion I Sullivan, Curtiss Pullen, Sammy P.-T. A. APPRECIATION I (Note: For every Jap captured

visitors in Miami on Friday. I was a birthday dinner. Young, David Thomas, Gene Mills, .20 are killed in combat.)
----- Junior Martinez, James Simms, The Clewiston P.-T. A. wishes to I
Charles B. Owens was a visitorin I Frank Conkling. Dean Holland, Milton !- take this opportunity and means to
Moore
Lt. Bill a June graduate
West Palm Beach on Tuesday. Poole ,and Charles De bow, man- thank the Hendry County Board of FOR SALE
of Riddle Field, visited friends here Pre-war
1 County Commissioners for the dona-
Sunday afternoon Lt. Moore is
Mrs. Davidson and Penny ager.Others tion of fifty dollars to the Clewiston
Jerry I based at the 36th Street Airport in attending the picnic were boy's bicycle 34.50.may .
spent Tuesday in West Palm Beach. Miami. Mr. and Mrs. M.. L. Pape, Mr. and school. '

----- I Mrs. W. M. Waldron, Mr. and AIrs 1 The Christmas pageant, presentedat be seen at Gidden's
Mr.. and Mrs. A. O. Ward were T uther Owens, .1\11'. and Mrs. C. M. the P.-T. A. meeting Tuesday Furniture
visitors in West Palm Beach Monday I Mr. and Mrs. Christ Hanson left Thomas and daughter, Nola, Mr. evening was highly successful, and Store. A. T

evening. for Rice Lake, Wisconsin, last and Mrs. Chas. Owens, Rev. D. C. the association extends its thanks Browning S haw
Thursday after spending three weeks Hancock, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Martinez -., and appreciation to the able direc- nee
David Thomas left last Thursdayfor with their niece, Mrs. W. R. Broade- Ben Bolton, Carolyn Bryant, tors, Mrs. J. H. Walker and Mrs. Farms. J tp.
Miami to begin his term of enlistment rick, Mr. Broaderick and their Harriette Alston Margaret Williams Frances Adkison, as well as to the I

,'. in the U. S. Navy. brother Fred Hanson. Frances O'Brien, Gallic Davis, i I excellent cast. I

;''Y -- Edith" Long, Jo Ann Crouch, Caroline Mrs. Walker and Mrs. Adkison I WANTED Child's
i Mr.: and Mrs. J. H. Walker, Miss Mr. and Mrs. J.. D. Leftwich will l Berner, Mary Louise Thomas, will present the pageant again on I
, Carmen Roland and R. V. Walker leave Saturday to spend the Christ- Shirley Owen, June Dunaway, Barbara i Friday morning for the benefit of nurse, no housework
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! were week-end visitors in Miami. mas week-end and Christmas Day De Vere, Dorothy Sealy, Mary, all the grammar school students. I *

I with relatives in Miami. Nell Christian, Elsie Martin, Sher- .--.--- I good salary. See Mrs
Mrs. P. H. Duba,. a resident of wood Hall and Danny Martin. BOX SCORE FOR MARINES IX

Bradentou, is spending: week in Mis. W. P. Conley and daugh- A supper of barbecued pork, THEIR LAST FOUR CAMPAIGNS i I Keene Langhorn, North

Clewis ton. ters, Mrs. L. C. Nipper of Lake chicken and rice, potato salad, bak-' !! Pacific Avenue, or P. O.

Harbor, were visitors in West Palm ed beans, coffee, lemonade, pickles, I j JACKSONVILLE, Dec. 20-Ac-
Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Scott left Wed-
bread and pie served. I Box 491.
Beach on Tuesday. was I cording to the latest figures releas- 2t.
nesday to spend the Christmas holi- Contests held after the supper !
..: days in'Dublin, Georgia.E. won by Junior Wilcox -
Misses Nancy Middleton, Laura were Raymond ------,
Skinner and Peggy Stalls of Moore Trice, Carline Berner, James 'I j
M. Cornette was a business Haven were the week-end guests of Simms, Marty Waldron and Sherwood 1rre
visitor in Jacksonville the first of I .
the week.. I Miss Miriam Nall, the occasion being I Hall. I
Miriam's birthday. J
; MRS HALL AND MRS. JOHXSOXKXTERTAIXS '
Mrs. Wilson Dozier, II, has returned I' .
'' I Mrs Lester Windsor of Winter BRIDGE CLUB A. a
to Clewiston after a two-
i Haven will spend the Christmas hoUI .
months' stay in Staunton, Virginia II j
[I clays with her daughter, Mrs. H.: C. Mrs. H. R. Hall and Mrs Carl
; E. entertained their bridge )
F., E. Bryant, of Azucar and Palm i family. Johnson
club Wednesday evening for which
Beach, was a business visitor here i
the Christmas theme was carried ;
on Tuesday. F. B. Royal of Belle Glade has .out. A buffet supper was served to I I ,

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lanier and been a business visitor in Clewis- Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. W. C. Pre- ,} ,(
Mrs. Eugene C. Mills spent Mondayin ton this week. During his stay witt, Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs. W. H. I -'..
Miami. here 3Ir. Royal has been the guestof Lanier, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. R. '
I Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Brown. C. Wilson, Mrs. R. M. Bishop and ':

Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Reames and Mrs. T. B. Shelley, of Miami. I
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hooker of
son, Donald, were week-end visitors -
I in West Palm Beach. ,Jacksonville arrived here Saturdayand CHRISTMAS PARTY HELD I I "

I returned to Jacksonville on FOR JUNIOR G. A.'s ,__L .' .",
i Tuesday, Mr. Hooker is with the I PURCHASES
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Lamb enjoyed J
: a visit in Miami last week- I U S. Navy attached to. the Jackson- Mrs. Wilbur Montgomery gave a I .
I I end. ville Air Base. Christmas party at her home Wed- I

I I ;",, _-- nesday afternoon for the membersof 1 .
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, f Lt. Charles Hughes, based. at Seh- Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Montgomeryhas the- Girl's A-uxiliarY-of the Bap-, i .
'. as their:.guests :las t week Mrs.L. tist Church. :
ring here
_, was Sunday visiting
L. friends., .' B. Kelly, and daughter, Linda, Upon arriving, the girls placed Fort Myers Fla.
Mr., and Mrs. Clifford Blankenship their gifts a' beneath lighted tree I
of Gary. Indiana, and Mr. and Mrs. where Santa stood. '1 I ,
Mr. and Mrs: Lou Place, of Mi-j 1000 First Street
ami, were guests here last week-I 11\I. O. Brantley of Fort Meade.. Christmas hymnswere sung, and I u __, : _
end. Sue Cornette recited the Christmas

Mr. and Airs G. V. Cook and --.-- ---- ..
J. W. Smith of Greenville, N. C., daughter' Jackie, will leave Satur-
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visited his sister. :Mrs. A. H. King, day to spend Christmas week with
ANTHONY'S
for a couple of days last week. Mr. Cook's parents in Orlando. Mr. .
and Mrs. Cook will return to Clew-

Miss Marguerite Mizelle and iston next Friday. e -

... Booth Williams were ''visitors i in .'
West Palm Beach Saturday. Mrs: U. T. Koch, Jr., arrived ny ,'..: '

I plane Monday to be the guest of ." ; .' .
C. W. Kirtner has returned to ,Mr.! and Mrs U.. T. Koch, Sr., and I .. .
\ ewiston! after attending the funeral )!I will remain until the arrival of Lt. :' "
of his brother in Jonesboro, Ark.] i Koch who is en*route from the Panama -' \\l. >. MERRY CHRISTMAS .
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I Canal Zone by boat '
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Misses Velma Lee Akin and Grace i. AND.
,Akin were visitors in West Palm I Mr. and Mrs. Carl ZiJpr have us I ".:'' _'
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Beach with friends on Wednesday. their guests, Mrs Ziler's ': ;' .-
parents, .t / ., HAPPY NEW YEAR .
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Mr. and Mrs A. H. Hanson, and .X. .. -
Mrs. Ben Bolton and Mrs. Wil daughter, June: Hanson.
i i Air and ... "
bur Montgomery visited friends i in :Mrs.: Hanson are residents of New '
West Palm Beach on Monday. York and plan to -" This is trite in effort send .
.... I spend two weeks not a expression an to you

1 t George Serson underwent a tonsillectomy I here. a greeting at this happy Christmas time. On the .

i at the Clewiston Hospital ;!! Miss Florenc--Graham was visited contrary, it is a greeting of genuine fellowship, good .
Monday. He is reported to be recuperating -!
I Tuesday by her sisters, Mrs. Wil-
nicely. liam M. Johnson of Pahokee, and wishes and enduring faith. .

I Mrs. I, B. Anderson and baby son, !
Mrs. H. P. Hardin, who is working

'. in Miami arrived this week t Jacksonrile. ,
spend the Christmas holidays at hehome I( sisters in Pahokee on Sunday join for herr a Palm Beach County is one of the most favored counties ,' '.!;:'

t here. -- I I family Christmas gathering of the nation. As much as we would like to let ':' .,' ,.

F. Deane Duff was a business the lump come up in our throat and give way to our .
visitor in Fort Myers;) on Monday, at Captain and Mrs. Frank Veltri of
tending a meeting of the Okeechobee Fort Bragg, N. C., are the guests feeling, we will not be true to those fine boys if we do
Flood Control of Mrs. Veltri's parents, Mr. and
Board. Mrs. C. W. Fuller, for a week. While not keep the faith. All'our boys want to get back to .";

Mrs J. S. Taylor and' daughter, here, Captain Veltri also visited a Palm Beach County and have Christmas at home; J
Betty, and Mrs. S. H. Cox were visi cousin, Frank Veltri, and Mrs. Vel- '
tors in Belle Glade and Pahokee I tri. Captain and Mrs. Veltri will once again.Let's ..; "

Saturday. return to Fort Bragg on Christmas!! ; : ..
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Mrs George Roedler arrived Wed keep the faith while they fight. When they all
nesday from New York City to spend Mrs.:! Ruth B. Owens will have as

0-. a few months with Mr. and Mrs. her Christmas dinner guests Mr. and corne back, let's have the greatest Christmas any
j George Roedler, III. Mrs. Thomas B. Owens, and sons, '
.I Tommy and.Jimmy, of Tampa, Mr. county in America ever had. Let's every family in

I Geneva and Charles Atwill, III.I and Mrs. M.., O. Houghton and I Palm Beach County that had a son in the service
I I of Key West, are spending the daughter, Shirley, and Mrs. Myrtle .,.
Christmas "holidays with their father E. Houghton of Lake Worth, L. F. have a picnic in Wright Field and really have-a Merry

Chas. Atwill Scharfschwerdt, of Okeechobee, and <; Christmas. If you like this idea, drop us a line. .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Owens of -
:Mr.; and Mrs. Jerry Greenberger this city.: +

and Mrs. George Shumate were .
West Palm Beach visitors. on .Satur Mr. and Mr--V. S. Mumford I .' "

day. will have as their Christmas guest,
Mrs. Mumford's mother, Mrs. E. M/I 1 -' ,
; Mrs. Doyle Worth, Mrs. H. R. Blake, of Asheville, North Carolina \
r' Swain and Mrs. V. A. Hendersonand Mrs. H. A. Case, daughter of Air a .'
son, Jeff, were visitors in Miami f and Mrs. Mumford, and son, Allan, dt y
Saturday.Mrs. who have been their guests for the _
past few months, will be joined by
P. R. Merrell,of Miami, visit Mr. Case for the holidays. Mr. and
ed several days last week with heruncle Mrs. Case will return to their home, i 312 Clematis Street Vest Palm Beach
3 C. H. Holton, and Mrs. Ho l- OshVosh: Wis., the early part of the '

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And fcJL good: people,

Washington D. C. Man About Town: in
come right
I Noel Coward will apologize for his ,
CONGRESSIONAL BROADCASTS of Complaints Against Legislative Branch careless comment on Brooklyn over- Arid all the.. r\
Although has consistently -
congress seas soldiers in hospitals. Is T\ u9ht'l.OTe5 t 2
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refused to permit its proceedingsto Are .Inconsistent, but Committee Sec'y Morgenthau resigning from ,
be broadcast to the taxpayerswho r .r. dorit rhyme,. "
the
Cabinet after this bond drive?
foot the bills one New York 'Needs Revision.By fir10Ann
Setup Washington insiders insist thatAtt'y
radio station has now taken the bull -3
Gen. Biddle will inherit a U. S. .
the horns will dramatize con- .r-
by ,
Supreme Court bench. His succes-
to its listeners once a week. 0
gress
BAUKHAGENews sor probably will be Tom Clark of
Station WMCA, New York, has decided the Dep't of Justice.
to take the most interesting Analyst and Commentator

portions of each week's debate on Bob Hope's new col'm is said to WNU Features.
WNU Service, Union Trust Building tive branch of the government in
the floor of the house and senate, re-
have
already made 60 gazettes. His
Washington, D. C. the last two years can be seen whenit
broadcast them with actors portraying weekly take is about a "G." .
is realized that the two most
It is an old American custom to popu-
the legislators give the public a
Photoplay's coming out with
an ar-
lar
charges offered were' either
take a pot-shot at when-
sample of what sort of repre- congress that ticle on Bette Davis and her Cor- CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
sentation it is getting in the nation's ever something goes wrong and no- congress was a "rubberstamp" poral chum-quoting all items
on
capital. body else is handy to blame, no or that it was "obstruc-
them. When Bette was asked if she
matter whether the trouble is dust- tionist, which adds up to a con-
The idea was originally proposedto tradiction. planned marrying, she replied: "I
Florida's Sen. Claude Pepper byWMCA's storms, sun-spots, jaundice or just am 36 and too old for such non-
plain grouch. Because of the fact that the HELP WANTED
new owner, former Federal sense!" And just what is the .
Housing Administrator Nathan You may recall that this feeling growth of the country has de- "March On Washington Movement," -

introduced reached an unhappy high in the fa- manded an increase in the which 1
Straus. Pepper then a is listed in the N. Y. ClassifiedRed Persons now engaged in essential
resolution in the senate urging that mous "bundles for congressmen" body of administrative and ( Book) on page 46? industry will not apply without statement -
debates be broadcast, but has been campaign of 1942. Some practical executive law, congress is of availability from their local

able to get nowhere with his resolu- jokers in Seattle seized on the civil forced to delegate more power Many secondhand Army cars are United States Employment S rvic..
service retirement. bill which made and more functions to the ad-
tion. now being offered by dealers at $400

Meanwhile, Straus polled the radio all government employes, includ- ministrative branch. To over- each. Some paid $200 for them. It Registered Pharmacists-Good working con-
ing members of congress, eligiblefor come this trend in so far as ditions. Attractive proposition to one who
his found that costs another $60 to repaint from
industry on plan, qualifies, Madison Drug Co., COO Franklin.
possible will be of the efforts -
many other stations want to do the pensions, as an excuse to start one the Army color. If you think Tampa, Fla USES referral card required.
the horseplay. By the time the silly of the reorganization, of there is
same thing and will probably broad- no racket on the cig short-
cast dramatizations similar to that season arrived, everyone with. an which I will speak in a mo age, how come so many now show SALESMAN WANTED
ment. Meanwhile it is interest-
overdose of prickly heat was takingit ,
being worked up by WMCA. Con- up wrapped in cellophane? -
ing to note that Senator LaFol-
can't stations from out in one way or another on the UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITYSalesman
stop
gress
lette himself called attention to
dramatizing its debates, so will poor legislators.That ,The Red Cross in Hawaii and Aus- to represent Manufacturer's Na-
the accomplishment of the Tru- tionally-known "Essential" line. Full time
probably watch its speeches more was very funny to every committee in tralia sent out. urgent requests for' or side line. Weekly drawing against lib-
carefully when it learns what is being body except the recipients of the man investigating publicity women, who are needed. eral commission. No investment. Samples
already Work small large established
executive or
exposing compact.
errors
done. bundles and a few thoughtful Salary: $150 per month (to start) territory. No experience our line required,

people who know that the great committed and the in pre- plus room and board. .. By now, Car necessary.Write SALES Permanent.DEPT.Replies. 2301 Madison confidential -
MANPOWER SHORTAGEThe est danger to a democratic gov- venting others by mere each of the Army nurses who escaped Ave. (6). St. Loots. Mo.
threat of "ever
War Manpower commissionis ernment is lack of confidencein present exposureand from Bataan has been promoted

considering a drastic new planto the parliamentary body. They censure. to at least the rank of Major. COLLECTION SALESMAN listing delin-

provide manpower for war plants knew, too, that most of the sins The one field in which congresscan Emergency surgery saved the quent organization.accounts Should for collection earn $50 by or national more

which are now having difficulty get- of congress are due to the fact greatly increase 'its efficiencyand index digit of talented Ethel Smith, weekly. No age limit. CLEARING BUREAU -
ting enough labor.In that some of the congressional in so doing, not only checking the organist. Almost lost it in 1514 Prospect Ave.. Cleveland.,:! O.

methods established by the willful aggression of the administrative H'wood preparing sandwiches for
the accord-
shortage areas,
ing to WMC's new plan, factories founding fathers have grown and executive branches but ren-' servicemen. Despite the recent HEARING AID ('h
out, of date. dering a real asistance to them and reports, pals of the heirs insist
which have been backon
peacetime recently production after put hav- As one congressman put it to me to the whole nation, is in a reorganization the N. Y. Yankees team is not for HEARING ? DON OAR'S

ing worked on war contracts will be the other day: "We can't be expected of the committees and sale now. Unless, of course, you CLEARLY DISCOVERY
their methods. have fabulous offer. 75 Vaco Ear Oil. a prescription to treat head
a new
closed until the war plants have sufficient to handle billion-dollar budgets noises, clogged-up feeling, ringing, hissing,
labor. This should remedythe with a penny-ante setup." Congress at present is not mags will hit the stands within 6 dizziness, roaring in the head. Dry scaly "
Itch ears sometimes a forerunner of deaf-
offer months.
fact that workers are flocking to In July, 1943, Senator LaFollette equipped to sufficient con- ness. It is wonderful to hear clearly after
structive help in the writing of obstruction Is removed. Relieves severe
those plants which have already (Progressive) of Wisconsin introduced earache. Send $2 today for 20 applications
been reconverted, figuring that the a plan for the reorganizationof legislation and therefore, frequently Insiders hear that the banks are delivered.

jobs there are more permanent. the committee structure of the the last word goes, by default, keeping a record of all large bills 210 Odd Fe Hows VACO Bld EAR.,D OIL pt.115 CO.,Ralel,h,N.c.

senate. This year the senate approved to the interested governmentagency for Mr. Whiskers. From "C" notes
or that particular pressure The be to call themin
reason
PRICE OF BUTTER UP the appointment of a joint up. may
USED '!
TRUCKS
group armed with the technical in- and ask how :
eventually
committee owners
Because OPA's dairy price chief, : on organization of both
Arnold J. Burke, refuses to placea houses. The Smith committee in the formation necessary to bolster its they got them. Also to check on USED TRUCK HEADQUARTERS We
Senator case. black marketeers, many of whom have them*'practically all makes, modelsand
ceiling price on cream sold by house Maloney and Repre- sizes. K-BOY MOTOR SALES 10S
producers, the price of butter may sentative Monroney and others carried Representative Smith of Virginia are offering 2 per cent to get them Lee Street Phone 5-1049. Jacksonville. Fla.Children's .

soon go up five cents per pound. on, until today the chances seem in the report of his committee to in- changed into lOs, 20s, and 50s.

bright for consideration by the 79th vestigate executive agencies, brings,
This is to buttermakersto
permit Hush
compete with ice cream and congress of a plan to streamlinethe out this point, as others have. The Upton Close hasn't yet offered us NewspaperA

cream cheese manufacturers in machinery of the govern report says: any documented proof that Gov't or
ment's legislative branch.In of the other him fired of Ladybird Poland's
buying cream. The latter have been "Today a large percentage pressure groups got copy ,
getting better prices for their prod- addition, a committee of most important legislation is off NBC. When depositors of a underground newspaper for children -

ucts, so have been able to pay more lawyers has just completed a four- painstakingly drafted by the very certain bank (not in N. Y.') read recently brought to London,
the executive who intendedto that accused Hitlerooter was in contains such material of
for cream than the butter factories.To year study on reorganization of officials are an as news
congress, the results of which have be the recipients of the powers the owner's employ-they withdrew boy and girl war heroes, a prayer
solve this inequality, the War found favor in congressional circles. which ,the legislation delegates. nearly six million dollars by noon for freedom and various ways to

Food administration has proposedto I' think it apropos at this point to Furthermore, the same officialsare day of publication here! Betty frustrate the Nazis.

OPA that the price of butter to offer two quotations, one from the generally the only expert and Hutton, we hear, is worth nearly a r-

the public be increased five cents works of the historian Charles fully informed witnesses to testify million slugs, and can't find a

per pound. Despite its attempt to Beard, mentioned by Senator LaFol- before the legislative committees of H'wood house at any price.
hold down prices, OPA may haveto lette in f '
an article he wrote on the the congress having jurisdictionover
go along. This increase will not subject, and another from the arti- the proposed bills. If there are Sallies in Our Alley: Buss Faw-

solve the problem, though it will cle itself. f opposing witnesses they do not, as cett, publisher (or, if you prefer, t t

mean slightly more butter. This is what historian Beard said: a rule, represent congress or the the mag-nate), reports on the maid

Early this month, the butter in- "As a more than casual student of people generally but rather some sitcheeayshun in H'wood. Alexis 1.HEAD COLD STUFFINESS 0

dustry advisory committeee urged the Congressional Record, I venture special group." Smith's new maid was all dolledup 2. CHAPPED SKIN 0

OPA to place a ceiling price on this opinion: It is possible to pick the other day ready to accompany 3. CLOGGED UP NOSTRILS 0

cream at the producer level, but out of the Record for the past 10 Expert Knowledge Alexis to the studio. The actress 4. CHEST COLD TIGHTNESS 0
i-. Burke would not consider it. addresses (not orations Needed on Many Bills
years ) politely reminded her that she 0.SPLIT, CRACKED LIPS 0

NOTE Burke, incidentally, sub- which for the breadth of knowledge, That does not mean that there are was hired as a housemaid, not as a 6. NASAL IRRITATION 0

mitted his resignation to OPA some technical skill, analytical acumen, not men in congress who know as personal attendant. To which the 7. SORE, ACHING MUSCLES 0

time ago, but his resignation was close reasoning and dignified pres- II much and more than many of the gal exploded: "Nutz to housework, 8.WINDBURN 0 t'

never acted upon. It will be shortly, entation, compare favorably with j persons appearing before them in madam. I" only took the job so I 9. NEURALGIC HEADACHE 0 :J

,. to his chagrin. similar utterances made in the pre favor of, or in opposition to, a par- could meet Errol Flynn." Sun- 10.DRY NOSTRILS 0
ceding century by the so-called ticular bill. But even a senator can't ny Skylar offers cigaretteshortagegag

x- REPORT ON CHINESE great orators." be all things to all men. No. 66543, to wit: "The cig Mentholatum one, but all ten relieves of these not discom-just

COMMUNISTS LaFollette, subscribing to this Then there are the well-heeled famine has slowed the tobacco auc- forts. That's why so many thou-

1. ;. U. S. concern regarding the long- opinion, adds frankly, "There is, to lobby groups with their technical tioneers down to a drawl." sands keep cooling, soothing hand.
Mentholatum always on
be sure, more trash-bad poetry
,
' smouldering Chinese situation is experts. In convenient jars or tubes, 30 .
demagogic claptrap, and clotted Memos of Midnighter: That
coming to a head as a result of What committee with limited a
can a a
two developments: nonsense-in the Record of the past do in deafening explosion was Carole Lan- ....
appropriation competitionwith
;; 1. It became apparent that the 10 years than there was on the an- a private group with funds to dis screaming back at the Shuberts, MENTHOLATUMGet
nals of congress from 1789 to 1799." who scolded her for missing rehearsals -
could
Japs not be licked hire
merely by the best legal or technical
island-to-island ([Aye, aye!) etc. Judy Garland has her
operations in the brains in the country to present its
:- Pacific.. This type of warfare might of The senator reminds us, however, case? How can a member of a congressional heart set on a Broadway musical Your War Bonds *

.: ,.- destroy even the Japanese main islands the extremely complex qualityof committee be expected to and may not resume in H'wood fora

t: but because the Japs have the face problems which congress has know as much about a subject as a while. Garbo is no longer a I To Help Ax the Axis
to and
today the
distractionsto vegetarian. Has to build up resist-
been their
moving
industries
war to member of a government depart-
: China ; which the members are subjected ance by eating food. Smartest .
: a major campaign on the ment who spends his whole time on WNU 7 5044o
then -
and comparing the con- at Gilmore's were the
looking pair
f. Chinese mainland is going to be the particular subject involved?
..' gress about which he is writing (the Ronald Colmans (Benita Hume).

t necessary. 76th) with the first congresses, he Fortunately, the situation is That German ace (who is credited -
2. The United States was able to says he is convinced "that for disinterestedness curable. One answer is-greater i by the Nazis with bringing down s

f: send an official mission to visit the absence of. corrup- specialization on the part of the 102 Allied planes) was shot down by

i:. Chinese Communists or Agrariansfor tion, and concern with the public members of congress. This can an American, now back here. ButI

h';. the first time in five years., This good, the present body is of a higher be accomplished by cutting mustn't reveal his name. Why'sthat Help Them Cleanse the Bloodof
t\. : was arranged as a result of Vice order." down the number of committeesupon ?

?- President Wallace's trip. The miscoon's And that is a sentiment which, which a member is allowedto Harmful Body Waste
Your kidneys constantly filtering
are
:: subsequent report, recently in the humble opinion of this writer, serve. In the house (with its The Late Watch: A 60-year-old female waste matter from the blood stream.Bat
'
reaching the president's desk kidneys sometimes lag in their work--do
con-
is substantiated by the majority of larger membership) a membercan
'
: vinced him that resort owner is having nightly not act as Nature intended-fail to remove -
somehow or other objective of the two bodies. concentrate on a single com- with caballero 25. impurities that, if retained, may
the two divergent factions inside mittee's work. In the senate rendezwoos a age I poison the system and upset the whole
:'. China must be coordinated. All Democratic Institutions When Billy Rose's "7 LivelyArts" body machinery.
I know of one case where a I I Symptoms may bo nagging backache,
: it'll him
N., Suffer During WartimeThe senator found. that all six com- premieres cost one persistent headache,attacks of dizziness:!
millanda1including the fee for I getting up nights, swelling, puffiness!
-, HOW GUERRILLAS OPERATE present legislators, if they mittees on which he served were the Ziegfeld Theater. Broad- under the eyes-a feeling of ncrvona
: and loss of and strength.
The American mission's wished to be as tritely scheduled to meet at the same I -anxiety pep
report to exasperating way's toughest detectives are look- Other signs of kidney or bladder dis-
the White House is a very human as many civilian slackers in this time on the same day. ing for that louse who beat up a be- order too frequent are sometimes urination.burning, scanty or I r r
.
L.. ; document. It tells a vivid story of our time of national stress, could Another solution for the problem ribboned Army officer in a hotel. There should be no doubt that prompt

I:.:; / the lengths to which free people will answer some of their critics witha would be provision for employmentof Cut his face to shreds with a broken I Donna treatment Pills.is Doan'i wiser than have been neglect.winning Use I ,

". go to fight an aggressor. With no shrug and a reminder that "there non-political experts, both tem- glass. Beaverbrook, they say, new friends for more than forty years.
. :.. ammunition to speak of per- is a war on." When a war is on the porary and permanent, to advise will invest 20 million to make Can- They recommended have a nation-wide by grateful reputation.Are people the

- haps averaging 20 rounds to a man toughest fibered of democratic in- committees on purely technical mat- ada the world's movie center. country over. Ask your neighoorlI

-Chinese guerrillas will attack a stitutions suffer. ters. This arrangement now exists Maria Montez's earrings have her

much stronger Jap force in orderto The inconsistency of the bulk of but in such a limited degree that it husband's pix on them. He's Pierre

take away their supplies. the complaints against the legisla- : is hardly effective. Aumont, overseas.




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-Si.V *:*:* 1. What surnames are most

common in our army? The Answers
F Lesson for December 24 2. What two structures deter-

Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se'ected mine the height and width of our 1. Smith, Johnson, Brown, Miller -
and copyrighted by International warships? and Jones, in that order.
Council of Religious Education: used by 3. Corse is the poetic form of
r ,... permission. 2. The Brooklyn bridge deter-
what word?
mines the height, while the Panama -
THE GROUND. OF UNIVERSALJOY 4. What great midwestern city canal determines
the width.
is named after Sikak, the skunk?
3. Corpse.
: 5. What name is given the in-
LESSON TEXT-Luke. 2:8-12; Hebrews 1:1. herent right of a state as a sovereignty 4. Chicago. -
4; I John 1:1.4.GOLDEN to take private propertyfor 5. The right of eminent domain.
.. TEXT-Behold, I bring you good
tidings of great Joy. which shall be to all public use? 6. Australia.



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came. They need it today. They Name ;,'

must have a safe refuge, one in Address

which they may rest secure.

All the efforts of this world to

; :* <*" :?':''> -4bN"c meet man's need are vain. As Jo- ..
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seph Parker put it: "The world did For Joyful Cough \

not want an adviser. The world had : tk

I. : Roast Pork Rings in a Merry Christmas advised itself almost into hell. The Relief, Try This :

(See Recipes Below) world did not ask for a specu

:, '. lator. Everything that man coulddo :;1-I '1 Home MixtureSaves
Yuletide Plans
Christmas Dinner. had been done, and men sat in
1I.-riI
Big Dollars. No Cooking. :
f the darkness of their own wisdom. rm: k' _'\
fr Merry Christmas and the best of This splendid recipe is used by mil ,:::
The world did not want reformer
Cranberry Fruit Cup a lions every year. because it makes -,
i Yuletide greetings to you! Crown Roast' of Pork a man who could change his out lszlii such a dependable effective medicine .-
i Christmas has always seemed to Julienne Carrots and ward and transient relations, an en- for coughs due to colds. It Is so easy :
me one of the most interesting sea- would devote to mix-a child could do it. .. .,
gineer that continually -
Green Beans From any druggist, get 2% ounces :
: sons of the year
, far food is Candied Sweet Potatoes his time to the readjustment of of Pinex.a special compound of proven \;
::, as as Cinnamon Apples the wheels and the pulleys and the ingredients in concentrated form. \ ;'

L m Potato Rolls various mechanical forces of soci- well-known for its soothing effect on ..
t r4diAt throat and bronchial membranes. -
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ety. The world wanted a saviour.
Pink ,
I Grapefruit and Onion Salad Then make a syrup by stirring two ")
r '- recipes for Assorted Relishes and Jam Jesus came as Saviour. The good cups of granulated sugar and one cup
'J' : your j % Beverage tidings revealed to the faithful shep- of water a few moments, until dis- g
favorite foods and
Mincemeat Fruit Cake herds were to be "of great joy to solved. No cooking needed. Or you can ,:,"':1
: put on the bestf' use corn syrup or liquid honey in-
feast your table Recipes given.roast all people" because they presentedthe t 1*' stead of sugar syrup. ':'::
:, has One who could bring them redemption HPHESE Put the Pinex: into a pint bottle and .
seen. unusual bird
cage pot
from sin. add This gives full ,
your syrup. you a
Your ,in the roaster and bake about -1
choice oft holders will add note
a
That'revelation is- ready to be gay pint of cough medicine. very effectiveand I"
meat may be roast pork, roast beef 15 minutes at 400 degrees F. This to your kitchen. Each one is 7% quick-acting and you get about ',(,'
made this Christmas and
f'. with Yorkshire pudding, or one of pudding puffs up just like popovers again as inches high, and they're not a bit four times as much for your money. I' :'
it came to the shepherds at their It never spoils, and is very pleasant '! ;r:,
a beautifully roasted fowl. Relishes and must be served immediately. It complicated to make. One has a -
-
work in the field, so it may come children love,It. ',
add color and spice to the must be beaten thoroughly the
as yellow canary-a bluebird is in the You'll
to the battlefield in in be amazed by the way It takes -
on ,
meal, vegetables will beautify the :I lightness of the mixture depends you camp other "cage"-aU in a single crochet hold of coughs giving quick relief. It ':J
the air under the in the kitchen
:': ;' table, and desserts can add the richfinishing upon the air which is beaten into it. sea, stitch. loosens the phlegm, soothes the Irritated ;
the factory-yes, anywhere. We membranes and helps clear the .,
touches. to a fully satisfying Vegetable Platters., S ;
: meal. There are many vegetable combi- rightly go to our churches to worship :.- To obtain crocheting Instructions for the air passages. Money refunded If It .;
Christmas but Bluebird and Canary Bird Cage Potholders doesn't please In every way.
on Day, let us .
_"; .CroWD' Roast of Pork. nations that, make up the colorful
Select the ribs of a young pig and platters that are so desirable at a remember that Christ is every-

':- have the crown prepared at the big holiday dinner. where, seeking'each one yes,
market. Suggestion I. Arrange cauliflowerin knocking at your door. Will you let Which of your two husbands -'.--.
Wipewith
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: .. : itv a damp cloth and center of platter and surround Him in? Then you will have Christ-. Iis coming home tonight. .

: sprinkle with salt with French style green beans and mas indeed!
and pepper.Dredge julienne carrots. II. Certainty (Heb. '1:1-4)).

:- ,L7s\ 1 with flour Suggestion II. Make a, spinach God has spoken, through the centuries I1Itqk

/.c and place on a souffle in a ring mold and serve in the messages of many faith-
i .. 1 rack in a drip- creamed mushrooms in center and ful servants. We do well to give

L ping pan so that browned mashed potato rosettes heed to God's Word through them. '
'
the rib ends are around the outside of the ring. But after all they were only serv- Cipationmaymskothfomulatedover 50"
ants. This of redemptionis anyone a Mr.or Mrs.Glum. years ago. Uncoated orTakeNature'sRemedyNIt
; down and the meat part up. If this Suggestion III. Serve carrots or message

is not possible have meat part green beans in a mound on centerof so vital and fundamental that God ( dependable candycoatedtheiractionisTablets.Containsnochem thorough, yet

T down and wrap each of the rib ends platter, and alternate sent His Son, Himself the Redeemer, icals,no minerals,no phenol gentle, as millions of NR'sderivatives.NRTabletsare

(.;, in salt pork or thick slices of parsleyed to declare it. have proved. Get a 2o
bacon. Cook in a moderate oven, allowing potatoes and beet How final, and definite, and bless- different-act different. Convincer Box todayl! All

,', 30 minutes to the pound. around the cen-. : ed is that truth. The heir of all the Purely .egetable-a combidruggists.. Caution:Take
', T' When ready to serve, place the roast ter vegetable. I eternal glories of God the Father, nation of 10 vegetable ingre only as directed.

: on a large platter and garnish each If you require a and Himself the effulgence (or the ALL-VEGETABLE

"i rib end with a plump cranberry. sauce to serve flashing forth) of the glory of God, ,,

:: Fill the cavity with buttered string with vegetables, has spoken God's last word-His LAXATIVE

I beans and julienne carrots. Ar- here is a good certain word about redemptionfrom TABLETS-PR

range candied sweet potatoes tangey one: sin. NR TO.NIGHTT0M0RROWALRIGHI _

.. around the outside of the platter. Mock Hollandaise Sauce. Note that He has all the needed

Place potatoes alternately with cinnamon 2 egg yolks authority and power to carry out 4 ----

..: apples. 1 tablespoon water His loving purpose (vv. 3, 4)). He -- ,

, : If rib roast of beef is your choice 1 tablespoon lemon juice who "made purification of sins" for : -; : __________ ,
teaspoon salt to believe is divine. He has all
. p and points are low, get one of the us ";
, \ utility grades of beef and cook it Vs teaspoon pepper or paprika power. He is glorious beyond our
I until tender: 1 tablespoons butter ability to describe. He is God. We i-I

Rib Roast of Beef. 1 tablespoon flour can rest in perfect assurance in His :
: '
Select a 2 to 3 pound rib roast, wipe 1 cup boiling water redemption. .,
t- with a damp cloth and season Mix and stir well the first five III. Enjoyment (I John 1:1-4). -
ingredients. Set aside in God the need of -
with salt and pepper.: Place the top sectionof knew man for

roast, fat side up, in a roasting double boiler. Melt butter, add real joy if life was to be pleasantand !
'
,- pan and bake in a moderateoven flour and when it bubbles, add water profitable. Being a Christianwas .J

f until tender and easily pierced slowly, stirring constantly. Pour in never intended to be a somber, _

with a fork.Fortyfive. egg mixture and cook in double boiler doleful business. No, indeed. "These

minutes before roast is until smooth and thickened, stir- things we write," says John, "that (

I done, prepare the pudding: ring constantly to avoid curdling. our joy may be made full." "
Yorkshire Minceraeat Fruit Cake. What did he write? By inspira- / :k k
Pudding. ,
., V6 cup shortening tion of the Holy Spirit he wrote of 4 ,
-
1 sifted flour '
cup 1 Christ "the Word of life." He had '
14 teaspoon salt cup sugar ; \ \>
2 eggs seen and known Him, the Redeemer. -
1 milk
cup 3 cups prepared mincemeat He had fine and uplifting fellow- : :
3 eggs, well beaten
1 cup raisins ship with Him, and declares that we ? : '
Sift flour and salt together. Add V\ cup candied lemon peel too (as believers) share in that fel : -

milk and eggs and beat vigorously Vi cup candied orange peel lowship.One -
with a whip beater. Place a 1 cup currants of the bright and gladsome

;,_ .spoonful of drippings from the 1 cup chopped nutmeats things about the Christmas seasonis
'roast into muffin pans and pour batter 3 cups sifted cake flour our fellowship with our family

into them. Or, pour around the 1 teaspoon baking soda and friends. It brightens the whole

Vi teaspoon salt holiday season. How much more

," Cream shortening and sugar, then delightful is the fact that we have 1i
LYNN SAYS: "fellowship with the Father and with
add Ben-Gay
lightly beaten eggs and beat .RU/JIN
IJ qUICK
thoroughly. Add mincemeat, fruit his Son, Jesus Christ.
Platter Suggestions: Use large peel and nutmeats. Sift dry ingre- That fact really "makes" Christmas -

platters to prevent overcrowding. dients ,together and fold into the !' Many will be separated from Gently warming,soothing Ben-Gay acts fast to relieve
Garnishes or food should never mixture. Pour into paper-lined angel family and friends this year, but ; cold symptoms.Ask your doctor about these famous pain-
hang over the edge of the plat- Christ is there, and they may have 4
cake pan and bake in a very slow ; relieving agents, methyl salicylate and menthol. Speedy
ter. (275 to 300-degree) oven for 2 to I this mosfprccious of all friends with Ben-Gay actually contains up to 2 l/z times more of these

Tomato wedges, cucumber 2Vz hours. This makes. a three pound them. The empty place around the famous ingredients than five other widely offered rub-ins.
slices and radish roses are old fruit cake. family table will be filled (if we For quick, soothing relief insist on genuine Ben-Gay
stand-bys for garnishing. Fringed wish) by the Lord Himself.

celery stuffed celery sticks, Get the most from.your meat! Get your May his joy be yours in full
the wish of the S I _ _
pickled orange or onion slices meat roasting chart from Miss Lynn measure. That is
'' gherkins cut in fan shapes, car- Chambers by writing to her in care of writer of these lines, and it goes a II
rot curls, stuffed olives or green Western Newspaper Union, 210 South Des- from his heart to the very last reader _ :
i
plaines Street Chicago 6, III. Please .
pepper halves- filled with cream senda who may be in the uttermost partof I I. I
cheese help pretty the platter. reply.stamped,self-addressed envelope for your I the earth. A blessed Christmas
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the Marines to attend and enjoy this evening of ST.
unequaled skill It's just one more job MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL
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kill or be killed. Prayer service Wednesday at 8:00
Services every Sunday: at 8:30a.
With On the fifteenth of September. nlne- Cpl. George Bestor arrived this I p. m. spiritual uplift is felt by m., at Clewiston Community
Ala., ..
teen-forty-four week from Camp Sibert to all who regularly attend this serv Church.
The first Marine division hit Peleiu's spend the Christmas holidays with ice. ,
I Come bring your friends. Rev. S. D. Mason, Rector.
shore; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. HoraceA. I
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Our Boys The mortar shells were falling fast, I Bestor. We haven't learned just
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) And many a brave Marine had how long George's Christmas fur-

1 breathed his last. I lough will be. : I

in the Along the Beach, the waters ran red, f _: :- Assembly of God |
J. D. Hooker, a radar instructorat
With the blood of the wounded, dying .., ,..,
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the Jacksonville Naval Air Base
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and dead;" r i.; ?
brought his wife down to spend a SOUTH CLUWISTON <
The beach taken the first bloody
SerYlCex..x..x was ______
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few days this week with his parents,
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day I

Our tanks spearheaded the way Mr.J. D.and that Mrs.you W.couldn't C. Hooker.stretch Sorry this, 4/ = Sunday School .__._......._... 10:00 A. M. .

And we lost (censored) tanks on short leave over through Christmas. _. I Morning Worship ._........ 11:00 A. M. V
y
.,......:..:.:--- +.-..: ground that was mined, '
But the rest rolled on with the infantry FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHII. f Evangelistic Service ...._._ S0 P. M. X

behind..
T-Sgt. Phelis: Slonaker has been C. Mender, Pastor Weekly Services, Tuesday ......._8:00 P. SI. _
transferred from Fort Benning, Ga., The fact will be known in the en- ik
to Camp Gordon Georgia. In a letter suing strife : Young People's Service Friday....... 8:.* P. M. V
Sunday School-9:45 a. m.
he said to tell all 4 Morning Subject, "The Road To Victory." ?
to his family Many a brave Marine would lose his;, Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. 1EV. H, ttBAfIWELL.
"
1ven1ng ,
Subject XX
"Peace Earth.
the other boys In service "hello. on
life I Training Union-6:15 p. m. ;t;
Yet with prayers sent up to God t ,
Evening Worship-7:30 p. m. . . . . . .. . .
The following poem was sent In airccent I above, I Prayer Service, Wed. 8:00 p. m.' .N..N NN NNN NNN NN XHoliday NNNNMN MN N .NNN. .N. .MY. .NN. N. . .

letter by Marine Owen Winn I They fought to the last for the country i Now is a good time to begin form M

to his mother, Mrs. A. H. King, and they love. ing your new year resolutions andit ':..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:--:..:-:..;..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:.
"was written by a boy In his tank
is wise to include this one: "Re-
battalion following the bloody scrap So we're sending our thanks to the)i :: i
Church
solved, that I will attend I 4.
sat Pelelu: folks behind; ,
Sunday during 1945 unless
every
THE BATTLE OP PELEIU To the people who work in the as-
providentially hindered." With suet:I :_:
sembly lines Greetings
a resolution let us encourage you t( S X
sears
:Down through( the since the Thanks who ever did, wherever you .
worship with us each Sunday. You
Marine Corps was born, are, _
Spiritual life needs nourishment a;
And through many a battle-field For the guns, tanks and ammunitition r ..

bloody and torn; essential war. well to as a your physical.cordial invitation We extend t o 'r'l':;: The Patrons .I. .f;
The' leathernecks have fought with I you very o. :;:
These things combined with the will begin next Sunday with us. CandlElight v
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Helped the first Marine division once day night. Everybody is welcome + tote
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19 one bloody hell :.
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Let's celebrate by recalling on .. :
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i You've been the ::fand what it means. Let's celebrate :V.: Well bury it in Christmas pie, |:: (Special Turkey Dinner on Christmas) :L

j best of friends to f. by never doubting that :'r.t: And evermore be merry." ?
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here's wishing for .:. happy. and by opening .'.''. ,. '

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f. SECTION TWO CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, PDCEMUER 22, 1941 SECTION TWO '

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Line, station and general electricians : :' I I Christmas is here. And!

winchmen, hatch bosses, surveyors MerruiChristmas i once more we find ourselves, ,
stauncher tree than the oak, and,
carpenter'builders, draftsmen I
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I ilt pipefitters and plumbers, welders ,stauncher friends than ours? Each
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JZ:' riggers, blacksmiths, equipment press we year at Christmastime we realise more keenly
..: operators, and bulldozer operators. your loyalty to us during
': than ever that our success in this community.
Applicants are required to furnish 1944. But we know you will
> three letters of trade reference. understand. is deeply rooted in the firm soil of friendship.We .

f_:;,, 'They Station may apply, City at the Hall Navy Building'Recruiting -, .- ,. '_..'_ -..'.. "',, ,' .' We wish for you and yourfamily I cannot tell you in so many words how I
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Returning from a trip that took Walter Hays of the American Fire ':\.
authority on upper berths and eating ":.1.-:;:)
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I 1s1 ing which he rode thirteen trains, claims that he is Florida's leading on railway diners. ; )

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: TAX FILING DATE 115 I! he need not pay the final in- 1944 between Jan. 1 and Jan. 1'5, which constitute the vast region ager of the U. S. Department"\.'. '
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stallment which 'otherwise would be 1945, he may do so, remitting the known a* Latin America, accordingto Commerce's Florida office with;
t ,,, ADVANCED TO 'I due on his estimated tax. tax in full and thereby forego the William A. Dunlap, 'district 'Man: headquarters, at Jacksonville. 11
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JANUARY 15 final installment of 1944 estimated estimated income tax. n nI
| tax may be ignored by a taxpayerwho In the event he elects to file the .

According to word received from files his annual return (on declaration, on or before January I 'TodaCOMI.GRAPH By.pttm'-l'l '
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rise individual income taxpayers if he desires to do so, to wind before March 15, 1945. How- so boresome "\
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t that Congress has changed the final up ever, the estimate must be in an '"r I .' '
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r paying of last 'installments of estimated ,Farmers Must File the tax liability finally determined ( retor service. Let our experienced .. "
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who exercised their right to defer --tr-: desiro assistance in the prepara-
r filing declarations last April 15; Forms 1040 ES (Declaration of tion of same, contact the nearest U.
,: others who have really filed 1944 estimated income tax) and 1040' S. Collector's office 'which is at %% COUNTY:

declarations but desire to change (Final Ret. for 1944) are being! West Palm Beach.
their estimates by filing amended I MOTORS
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declarations; all persons who owe Florida In PositionTo .
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"He's *o boresome! All he wants to'do is drink, dance, .
Declaration of Estimated -Owing to its 'proximity to Latin
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dine, swim, play golf;
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his annual income tax return for The 1944 law provides that farm exchange position of the leading
1944 (on Form 1040) and pays all ers must file a declaration of esti- I Latin American countries, Florida is
tax due by' January 15, his return I mated income with the office of the : in a favorable position to expand its
will serve'' as both a return and Collector on or before January 15, i trade with Cuba and the other West
declaration and he need not file the I 1945, for income received during Indies, Central and South America
1044 declaration., I 1944. However, Mr. Fahs pointsout !
Aldo, if a taxpayer files his final that the law further provides ..1
1944 return (on Form'1040)) andpays that in the event the farmer is pre- .1I
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I And to each of you who '. ', ,:. .' ,' ,Arid dm r its.tcue-peace- '.. :" ..f.... :. a'". fortune, cannot be happy. "t);..:. .';i,

t r' read this message that And good wilQ1ever cease :s: We have many friends in this area't. '

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enraptured happiness .. :: r :' To bless you illroan; fdld ways. T friends who have become friends during this -

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:Just about time for to bethinking .'., ,
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upon our hearths. We can upon two words ; ,/1 .

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( day of January 1945, at eight o'clockP.
COYOT it In the second edition. .
F lJer Warren ,Wins M. t. consWcr and vote on the -- 1

Oratorical FameJACKSONVILLE the question amount of of the of increase bank such and Increase of to the determine and capitalstock to .:..:..:..I*.:..X.-H..H..H":*<*'...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:+:..:.:..:+:..:..)0:..:.:..:.:. i4

LEGAL NOTICESTallahassee consider' amendments to the corporate
charter of aid bank necessary to Increase
.- Dec. 20-FNS) the capital stock and fix the
number' of directors of the bank, to
""*=JW Landon shipmate of Fuller elect a board of directors for the year Jlerrp Christmas
"W$i lfen, homo on leave, tells how Florida 1945, and for such other business as ;
"'' December 4, 1944.NOTICE may come before the meeting.
'thd effervescent Fuller won oratorical .... Dated this 4th day of December. ,
,tame and a new' name in Naples, ;I I 1944.
Jftta! -, not long ago,. J,I STATJ3 NOTICE BOARD is hereby OF EDUCATION given that of the the (CORPORATE SEAL C V.)PARKINSON, from .
It seems that Fuller and Landon 1 State of Florida will offer for sale to. President.
feaajje the acquaintance of two Italian 1',be sold .to Florida tho highest.'at .bidder 12.00, at o'clock Tallahassee. Attest E. U: :STEWART, Cn. hler. \ r. '
girls and had. taken them to I NOON, January 9th..105! the following Dec. 8, 15. 22. 23: Jan. 5, 1945. .
dinner at a popular Naples : described: :. land.' in HENDRYCOUNTY. r/.wwww The BEARDSLEYS

'tat. restau:1 SV& of: NVi' and S3fS of,Section 16, NOTICE '. ': '... I .
The boys could speak no : Township 44 South. :-Jtange. 33 East,
'an*. all the English the girls knew TIffS containin'g.480 NOTICE. is acres published in com- TO EFFIE WALKER HARRIS ," :,. : RUTH, JIM and DAD .
'was 'G.I.. JOE.:"' Despite: the fact pliance with Section 270.07, Florida Address unknown: .
P
I Statutes '1941 You are hereby notified that Bill for '
;that the girls ,couldn't understand a The fitateBoard: of" Education of the Divorce has been filed against you by .
ward Fuller said he kept up a'rapidfire State of Florida reserve tho right to Frank Harris In the Circuit Court of THE BOYS -
p10n.ty.1ot reject any and all bids Hendry County, Florida, at LaBelle
: conversation with IJY 'ORDER of the ,State Board ot and you are required. to appear in said .
typical gestures.. Education of the State of Florida suit on January 15. 1941. or the Bill
: I :,SPESSARD L. HOLLAND. will be taken as confessed ALICE SAVAGE
Finally one of the girls pointed : ,.'. Governor.ATOJCST (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL,
Mount Vesuvius : Clerk Circuit Court .
out the window to I Colin English.:: Secretary Hendrv County', Florida. ).:";-Hx..K-:..:..:-:": ., ,,, ,,,, ........
from which billows'! of smoke poured Mate Board of Education.Dec. H. A. RIDER, <-:":":": :-:":":": :--: : :":":-+:":":":":":-+-"X4-: : : : :..:..:.
incessantly; then, she pointed to 8, 15, 22 29, Jan 5. 1945. Attorney for Complainant.
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fuller and said "Americano, G. I.

Joe-Vesuvius." NOTICETO ....
The navy boys took it up and today
STOCKHOLDERS OF FIRST
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Fuller' is known far and wide as BANK OF CLEWISTON: 1
'G.. I. Joe-Vesuvius. The stockholders of First Bank of I d
Clewlston of Clewiston, Hendry County '
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yourcontinuedfriendship f Christina.of 1944 is going to be, a .
+ EACH ,CIJRIST-; : we pause during l BIG Christmas. See if aren't '
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f. .that love is the onlybinding And and true season of 1944 to wish I May Christmas
E:, 'y poet.of the. happy yon the happiest i YOUR be bounteous
; Christmas of them all. amd: full of good cheer, and
world. In these dark I
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'. .; breathe Christmas and its spirit of kindness. tM w That this may, indeed, be a Merry Christmas for

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i Christmas Menu To Snowflake Potatoes Business has picked up ''with the
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Florida Motor Lines and the Florida
7' Be Served GIs Green Peas Asparagus East Coast Railway who found their
Fresh Fruit Salad with Mayonnaise stations swarmed with prospective
Celery Pickles Olives I I .
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at posts and camps in the southeast Cream Ii
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IJ boiled potatoes, left-over: -'. -:.),; :-,._ OF 1944 :
vegetables, pickle relish, mustard, .f ;;: ,. .' "
bread, butter and coffee. "
'But take a look at this Christmas [f'/ FOOD CHEER! 'Tliere's :\ : when beaming faces tell that. Christmas. is

dinner menu: j\JT ing quite like it. And noth.'j ..r:. ;;; I very, very near, we are reminded again of 1
Roast TurKey Sage Dressing f
cheer is an affair of the :: the supreme value of friendship. He who :
Giblet Gravy Cranberry Sauce
cannot he withheld and hoarded to : has no friends, though he may have amassed i!

gain added value with the days or .. a fortune, cannot be happy. !t

years. Good cheer must he spent! ;:!:: We have many friends in this area- 2;:

,Let us all radiate good cheer : friends from many years back as well as

I:1 I z this Christmas of 1944, for thereare t: friends who have become friends during this :

! reasons enough for good cheerif *i: past year. These friendships are a great I

we hut pause to reflect. 4 source of pride and happiness to. us.

Merry Christmas greetings To all these friends we wish a very Merry

from all of us to all of you. 1 i Christmas Season. '.
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Christmas trees are again r' and beautifying. '
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Our Christmas greeting to every man, woman and -

!Just about time for us to bethinking ., child in this community a greeting as warm and )

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heart. Each of us holds -
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nation. Let us use during. this i of Christmas. We want you to have '
Christmas season of 1944, to help ....J..
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iil greetings to the many which are
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i j I 1 S WE APPROACH the beloved { :} 't y : other years. We thank you for
I anniversary of a great Event we i J T Tare

..! Christmas reminded seasons again we of have the many seen '\ ::.'" ; i: ,;' I the confidence you have placed

:; come and go. Time has changed .i}:'. in us and wish you the manifold .
.;: everything except friendship.We '
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number among our customers J. ;; .
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