The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/01028
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 29, 1944
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:01028
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SIXTH WAR LOAN IS Kiwanis Hears Talk tC-t( : t: P.: : I Funeral Services ForI. STARCH MILL ONLY !

By Sgt.. Hub SpoonerSgt. D. Leydig SaturdayFuneral

1":' WELL OVER THE TOP Hub Spooner, who was injured VICTORYin services for I. D. Leydig, BIG CONSTRUCTIONHERE I

85 old Clewiston resident who
IN HENDRY COUNTY landing on and D-Day who in has the been Normandy hospitalized passed year away last Thursday eveningat DURING 1944

y'\ almost continuously since in 1945 the home of his daughters, Mrs. ,
Leah Spicer and Miss Marion Ley-
-- England and in the states, made a
of the dig, were held at the Community War restrictions building have
g C. V. Parkinson, chairman talk before the Kiwanis Club at the on
county War Finance Committee, reported meeting Wednesday night in whichhe Church Saturday afternoon at two kept new construction by individualsat
this week that Hendry County described his experiences that and a tull measure o'clock with Rev. D. C. Hancock, a very low minimum during the

had exceeded Its over-all quota day and the manner in which he received pastor of that church, in charge of year now closing but the construc-
I.. for war bonds in the Sixth War. his injuries. of health ': a most impressive service.A tion of the starch mill here has
Loan Drive when the drive officially happiness beautiful floral blanket of kept construction totals for the year
now able to walk
: ended December 16. It was Im- Sgt. Spooner, carnations and tube roses, the fam- I' at a high figure and has made thisa
:possible to determine just how far and hopeful of complete recovery in and ily piece, completely covered the most successful year for the business -
r 'Over the top the quota had gone but I' a short time, is In now Thomasville being 'treated, Ga.! prosperity casket and there were many other places of Clewiston.The .

]he estimated at least ten per cent. at a hospital floral pieces from friends in the starch plant is now estimated -
; $450,000 in bonds was purchased He was able to come to his home .in to readersis community. Two ,songs by the choir at seventy-five per cent or more
visit- our
I Pahokee for the holidays and
the beginning and completed with
by' the United States Sugar Corpora- were given at approximately 25
this week.
for time in
'tlon to the credit of this county and a closing of the service, "Abide With per cent of the machinery installed.
7 rJ': several other large purchases were committee Annual reports chairmen were at made this meetingas by the our wish at this Me" and "Now The Day Is Over," Within a few months the plant will
made. The over-all quota was with Mrs. J. H. Doty at the piano. be ready for operation, one of the
It $522,000.The I follows: J. E. Beardsley, pro- Burial services were held that most modern manufacturing plantsin .
; "E" bond quota is still uncertain gram; W. C. 'Owen, administration; New Year season. afternoon in Woodlawn Cemetery in the state of Florida.
E. E. Gross, community service; R.
L despite heavy purchases I West Palm Beach attended only by Most noticeable advance in the

', 'during the Christmas holidays. Mr. i it Martin C. Wilson, secretary, youth, also service made; W.his ,financial N.- I members of the family and the construction work during the past

Parkinson has estimated purchases group of Clewiston pallbearers who few weeks is at the main building,
for the The News
f at $45,000 on the $53,000 quota report, year. were Dr. J. W. Ezelle, W. C. Owen, the three-story wet building. The -
I 'but is hoping_ that he is wrong and The meeting'next week '''will beLadies' O. A. Jones, C. W. Fuller, Joe Rob- siding of glass brick has been virtually -

l that outside, purchases, credited to Night and the new officers bins and Frank Conkling. I completed on.the two top

I "Hendry County' will be sufficient to for 1945 will be installed 're 910lifd cm'i : :j'f otr irtnt -- stories but walls have been left off
push over the quota of Series "E" Twelve Leave Clewiston I the lower story until( all of the
"bonds. Community Church heavy equipment is installed. These
Complete results of the drive will Wednesday for Blanding I glass brick provide plenty -of light

mot be known until a week or two Has :Xmas Program I for-the interior of the plant with a
L have passed since all "E" bonds *,ff, .:1.:N11.:NIN1N N1M:NIN:NINININ 111NIN:..:.,:".:11 1:..:.:":", minimum of window space. Fans
------ The largest group of registrantssent
which clear Federal Reserve before I will provide a continuous circula-
The entire morning session of the by the Hendry County Selective
December 31 will be credited.Mr. I tion 'Of air in the completed build.
Service Board to Camp Blanding in
Parkinson again thanks those Community Church fcanday Schoolwas WithOur ing. S ,.
many mouths was the group of
who participated in the bond driveas service
taken up by a worship I
twelve men which left Wednesday Additional home units have been
members of the county committee in honor of the work of the Board morning by bus for the induction authorized for Clewiston but few
and those volunteer workers
of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Boys center. I have been built as yet due to the
outside the committee who did such
Church. The need for world- Three of those who made the trip difficulty in obtaining materialsand
effective work during the campaign. "WBB /
wide Christians and a realization of are going for pre-induction physical the high cost of construction.Two .
--- brotherhood with Christians in other the examinations, one is a volunteer rooming houses are now being

Rations Tightened;. lands was stressed by Rev. D. C. in whose number was pushed ahead to built by the sugar corporation to
Hancock in his message to the permit him to be inducted immedi- house single employees at the starch
Some Stamps Clipped' I school. The offering was dedicated ately and the other eight have and sugar mills.

I to the 'use of the Board'of Foreign' ServiceJ1NIN1N1N1N1N1N1N1NIN1N1NIN1N1N1N1N11'N passed previous pre-induction' phys- The housing.y-shortage has never

Canned vegetables were. returnedto Missions in its extensive work and C icals and now go up for induction. ceased to be critical and 'as a result'
rationing Tuesday and at the the annual gifts of the school to the 1 Oswald Lanier Sutton, Edwin there are approximately sixty trail
same time all red, and blue stamps pupils of enrollment were presentedat 1I I I James Howard and Artie Leroy ers in the city trailer park., at this

-which became valid before Dec 1 the close of the service. :N1N:N;.:1VN' Reese are those who, were sent for I time.

and all sugar stamps and home The evening program was a pre-induction physicals Earl Colon
,''" canning certificates ,with the eYr:?p- pageant .entltle ;!WJlite Gifts For I Cpl. 'Bill Petry of the U. S. 'Marine- Holland was,!,! the volunteer and the I Dawn Dance Starts -,-' .! -" .'._ .. .
'-' tlon of stamp, No. 3T were cancelled. : ', inductees were: Arthur Earl Low- ,
His. Birthday. It ,consisted, of the Corps, who is1 at his home in Miamion
; Butter points are higher and meats /Christmas story which was effec- furlough from South Pacific, was :,I ry, Selden Phoenix:, Easterly, Philip I At One A. M. MondayA
will go on the ration list next Sun-(tively given by a reader 'while its the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kingon Evan McLeod, Frank William Harris -

day.No events were portrayed in tableau by I II Saturday. Cpl. Petry was a Floyd Travis Turner;, Harold dawn dance to usher in the
,civilian food crisis exists-so costumed actors. Wellplannedlighting buddy of Owen Winn and was with I Drexel Adams, Broward Napoleon New Year will be held at the Sugar-
the OPA. This action is taken 'Owen Parsons, Martin Roger Waldron..
I, says I effects' gave the presentation on Pelieu when the latter I land Park Auditorium beginning at
to insure everyone a fair share of an unusual and beautiful ap- was wounded. Owen, incidentally, one o'clock Monday morning and
I,: ; :scarce items, said Price Administrator -t pearance. The theme of the pageantwas is now a Corporal, and is at a I RATIONING ''NOTICE continuing until five o'clock and a
i Chester Bowles. concerned with the idea of rest camp in Australia recuperatingfrom large .
crowd is expected to attend.
The latest changes mean: ,A rise presentation of gifts on a birthday. the wounds received on Pelieuon First quarter T tickets] for This dance is arranged by the.
; in red point value of butter from 20 This thought was symbolized in the September 17. users will be ready the first of the recreation committee of the United

to 24 points a pound; canned peas, pageant by the angels announcingthe month. All truck users should ''stop States Sugar Corporation. and the

i corn, green and wax beans, asparat gift of Christ from God to the Sgt. and Mrs. Geo. C. Bestor returned -i by the ration office and pick. them I'I'i usual admission prices, it is under "
s< gus and spinach, in addition to tomatoes world the giving'of adoration by the this week to Camp Siebert, I up as soon as possible. stood will be charged.
t t which already are on the shepherds to the 'Christ- child and Ala., after spending his Christmasfurlough All institutional, users and industrial I The Christmas Dance Saturday
1 t. list will the bearing of gifts to the infant users: are required to takea
require points, effective here with his parents. night was well attended and thor-
I Dec. 26, and about 85 per cent of Christ'' by the Magi. By previousvote Last week we demoted George by net point inventory as of the close! oughly enjoyed which indicates. that
,' :all meats will be placed under of the members of the church calling him a corporal but since it of business Dec. 31, 1944, and file I the dawn dance will also appeal to
I school the offering of the evening, such inventory with the ration boardor "
\\ rationing Dec. 31. was Christmas week we're sure he many local dancers. _
with the district office with which
j Red meat stamps invalidated were a white gift was divided betweenthe will pardon us this time. I -- w
Board of Christian Education i they are registered. These inventories -
I i from A8 through Z8 and A5 I I '
of Road 164
f through P5. Processed food stamps and the War-time Service Fund. Chief Storekeeper Emmett p.1 I must be filed. by January 7, Paving

affected by the action were from I Those responsible for the success Shelley of the U. S. Navy was a 1945., --- .To 'Be Completed Soon
AS through Z8 and A5 through W5. of the evening's program were: visitor in Clewiston over the week-
-, Five new red stamps-T5 through Edith Long, reader; Shirley Benbow end and told friends that he would Home EC Girls Have (Hendry County News)

j "X5-and five blue-C2: through G2 I and Carline Berner, angels; Elsie soon join the ,civilian ranks once ,' For Among contracts to be awardedby
{ ,J -will be validated Sunday Dec. 31. I Martin, Mary; Gene Fuller, Buba more. We hate to disclose Em- Party TigersThe the state road department for

t i Values In both cases will remain at Mills and John Rogers, shepherds; mett's age but it seems that he is improvement of highways on Flor-
10 points. No new sugar stamps I William Burkhardt, violinist; Jim- over-age now and has been given a members of the Clewiston ida's west coast will be that of R. H.
1'; will be validated until Feb. 1.. mie Johnson, Gene Mills and Bobby discharge. Emmett, it seems, has football team were entertained last Wright of Fort Lauderdale, who was '
'.' Meat stamps worth a total of 50 I Berner, wise men; D. C. Hancock, not as yet made up his mind- just Thursday night at the Home EC low bidder on a stretch of road on
l' -points per person will be validated W. N. Martin and C. E. 'Gericke, what he'll do as a civilian and' we I room at the school by the girls of No. 164.

\ in. January, compared with 30 in male trio; Betty Baylor, yellow race; can't help hoping that he'll comeback the home economics department under The contract calls for clearing,
I { December because about 85 per cent Martha Davies, brown race; Charles and be a resident of Clewiston the supervision of their teacher, grading and surfacing 11 miles of "
1 of the civilian meat supply win be Gericke, red race; Patsy Casper, again. :Miss Pauline Hull. state highway 164 in Hendry and
rationed compared to about 37 percent white race; Mrs. J. H, Doty, pianist; The room was attractively decor- Collier counties northward from a J'
now. I Horace Brown, lighting effects; jack Long, who is in training at ated using a football motif, and an point a mile and a half north of ;3'
Ii':{ Values established for vegetables: Charles Benbow and Danny Martin, I Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, spenta excellent banquet was served. Brief Immokalee at a cost of $339,008. ..:;
,J. Asparagus, No. 2 can, 10 blue I decoration and scene changing; Christmas furlough with ,his par- talks were made by Marty Waldron. I H is not known when work will .':,
1:1 l. points; green or wax beans, No. 2, Frank and Edward Conkling, ushers. ents, 1Irand Mrs F. Carl_ Long. captain and Richard Pape, co-cap- begin on the construction of this \,
I 10; vacuum-packed whole kernel Mrs. W. N. Martin had charge of the tain and by Principal M. R. Stroud. stretch.' ,: :

I x. corn, 12-ounce can, 20; all corn entire pageant and the choir, under Sgt. Hub Spooner, who is still The girls serving the dinner were: Circuit Clerk William T. Hull ;_:'.
except vacuum-packed, excludingcorn the direction of J. E. Beardsley also rEcuperating from injuries received. Virginia Turner, Janice Norton said that the 11 miles was in two
contributed to the music. on D-Day: in France at a hospital in Ruth Emrich, Margie Allen and '
on cob No.2 can, 20; peas, I I J stretches, about 4 % in Hendry _..
:No.2 can, 20; spinach, No.2, 10. After the pageant the members of Thomasville, Ga., came down to I Mary Nell Christian. county between Felda and the end
t Westminster Fellowship, under spend the holidays with relatives in I i I Football boys attending were. : of the present paved stretch south ';:

..,1 Service Club HasP the leadership of Rev. D: C. Han Pahokee and was here Wednesday 1,Richard Pape, Douglas] ,Conover, I of the four-way station, and 6* -."
cock sang Christmas carols in night to make a talk at Kiwanis I I Sammy Young, Melvin Torbert Harold south of Felda to a point near Im- -!
\ Good Meetings various sections of the community. meeting after visiting friends here Broaderick, Charles Miner Louis mokalee. This will complete the ',';

'that day. Sgt. Spooner is now able Blount, Bruce Beardsley, Horace paving between LaBelle and Im- .:
I I': to walk and hopes, before long, (o Brown, Dean Holland, Ben Bolton mokalee] when the job is finished. ;
s ;;. The Service Club, recently organized -: Names Asked For be fully recovered: from his injuries. Frank Conkling, Russ Owens, Buddy The county commissioners, forcedto

\ here for the Prisoner of I Service BoardThe I And we, too, hope that he'll soon be I Trice, Curtis Pullen, :Marty Waldron.] supply marl pits in that vicinity ,
:, War guards and other' American okay again. .. I I Charles] Benbow, Clarence Stiles. in Hendry for use on the job, : :i'
service men located or visiting in.1 I Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Stroud and CoachB. paid Mrs. Homer Taylor, C. Jerome J
the community, held its first meet- Kiwanis Committee in chargeof Sgt. and Mrs. C. F. Mountain are J. Myers also attended. Jones and Dyess Roberts $100

ing two weeks' ago last night and I keeping" up the service men's enjoying his twenty-one day fur I ___ _____ each for such right of ways.'S,i
that meeting, as well as the two roster i in the city park ask this :week lough and are visiting in Clewistonthis I I I I -- --- .)
meetings which have followed are that anyone knowing of men in week. Sgt. Mountain has beenin ing to join the Navy: After a temporary "I' :Mr. and ;Mrs. E.Y. Knight and .
said to have been very successful.The service from Clewiston whose names a hospital at Springfield, Mo., for stay in Miami, Robert will (I children, Mary and Calvin, spent
Service Club meets every are not now on the board give a list some time having some plastic attend boot camp as an apprentice I Christmas with Mr.; (and Mrs. Pete
Thursday: night. of these names as soon as possible] surgery on his nose. A respiratory seaman. He was previously em- ,I,Christensen and family. Dorothy
so they can be added. trouble was discovered[ when he took I ployed by the United States Sugar Sealey, Mrs Knight's sister, returned -
:Mrs. W. P. Conley, Mr. and Mrs. The club is hopeful of keepingthe his examinations for oversea service Corporation at the Townsite home with them to spend- her

Clyde Conley, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. board as up-to-date as possibleand and this trouble] is being cor- I missary.. com-I school vacation.
Nipper and Miss Ruth Conley were, those knowing fof names can rected. --- I -
tbe guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack: cooperate by contacting Dr. J. W I WmysOvel'land'1Iotors are now | The United States ranks fourthIn

rogers of West Palm Beach on I Ezelle] or B. J. Myers as soon as Robert F. Topper, son of Mr and turning out jet-propelled robot ,world population] with its 130-

:Christmas, Day. possible. Mrs. F. Topper, left Friday morn- 'I' bombs. l 000,000 inhabitants.I .
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I lose the illusions I hid -

Trade Principles n D 1ra I in my ,youth

The more I knock

t.. irl5t mej"
Backed by Stettinius wN S P. I Feel l .so unsettled I

I Notes of an think I'll ben<
Washington, D. C.
Innocent Bystander: To believe

New Policy Shapes as State Department Is The plan of continuously bombing .in The St. Magic Louis"Lanterns bulges :with"Meet enough Me them over 1 1

Japan from Saipan promises to be .,.. T'a.
Remodeled to Attend to United States one of the most important strategiesof pleasant amusement to provide a J ".
month of daydreams. Set in the 23-
the war. But like all difficult innovations -
Commercial Interests.Hull's skidoo era, the warm humor and
it already has evolved I.
infectious ditties
inspire the spiritto
some serious kinks which must be
show its dimples. Delightful Mar- 0
ironed out.
garet O'Brien steals the picture and
6y BAUKIIAGENews They include: crew fatigue, main-
I your heart. A song-and-dan-
Analyst and Commentator tenance problems, weather condi- cinema "
"Something for the Boys
tions and home front production of WNU Features.
WNU Service, Union Trust Building, of the duties of ambassadors, mInIS- planes to replace those lost in action. comes on a buck-and-wing and

Washington, D. C. ters and consular officers, nor the Upon these factors depend the frequency lands gently on the eyes and ears.
of the divisions As in all musicals, the plot plays
head of
protocol or
with which we 'can keep up
One of punster
my second fiddle-sometimes it
Is which deal with passports and the rain of bombs on Japan. seems CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
asked the question the other day:
that it isn't
even in the orchestra.
treaties. They all fit into the tradi- The bombing of Japan from Sai-
United there any States significance foreign policy as is concerned as.- tional atmosphere of gold seals, tail pan represents a gruelling experi- The March off, Time's latest ,
concerns China-a nation of
in the fact that the nick coats and top hats. ence, for the crews involved, and allowances great
I But what about aviation' and ship- tragedies, great heroism, great
the must be made to provide
name of Edward Stettinius, new ? hopes. The script of "BlondeFever" HELP WANTED y
If of the
of state is "Stet"? necessary any
secretary And what about the whole great, crews participating in the Thanks- gets lost in a jungle of
For the benefit of you who do cliches-and misses it. .
( no one '
new office of "wartime economic activity .
giving Day raid tried it again three Persons now engaged la essential
not handle type or typewriters, ," many of. whose functionswill days later, it would be only naturalto Those who dreamed up a dullo- industry will not apply without state-
"stet" means "let it stand" and is be continued when peace comes. that their operational drama like "The Last Ride" shouldbe ment of availability from their local
usually written beside a sentenceor Here is lodged the responsibility for ability would be proved reduced in the Hall of Fame-sweeping it. ,United States Employment Service.
paragraph in a manuscript "initiation" that means the alpha because of the wearing effect of the

had been marked out by error.) and the 'omega-of the coordinationnot earlier 3,000-mile flight.It The HOUSEKEEPER live on premises in
Paragraph of the Week: modern home keep house, cook care for
Observers have already expressedthe but Of "action"on
only "policy" has also been found that infor-
L. H. R.'s colyum in the N. Y. two children. Permanent position to unencumbered -
opinion that the policies of Sec- such a highly businesslike mat- mation on weather over Japan is middleaged woman. Write
Times previewed history with P. O. BOX 807\ Jacksonville. Fla.
retary of State Hull, resigned, will ter as the procurement of all essen- still not entirely accurate.But this dialogue: "One more I.
undoubtedly be carried out by his tial war'materials from foreign ques-
reconnaissance photos taken
tion, Daddy. What finally be-
successor but many have over countries. ELECTRIC HEATERS f-
after the first two raids did show came of this terrible Hitler?"
looked the fact that the two men You be the lowliest or the
may to aircraft
severe damage major
certain "for- "For a long time, my child, ELECTRIC HEATERS
have in common a mightiest of importers or exporters, plant outside of Tokyo, also effective nobody knew. There were sto No priority. Heavy duty reconditioned
mula" which is characteristic of the but if you wish to buy or sell such shattering of several water front movable, 110 volt electric heaters. Plug in
in the state ries. He was hiding in Spain, any receptable. One will heat average
most important trend materials will have to talk witha
you areas which are jampacked with Japan, Argentina Eire. You bedroom. Price S28.75. Express prepaid.
department policy of recent years. representative of the departmentof traffic. ELLIOTT OIL CO. Pine Bluff. Ark.
Tokyo took your choice. Then, in 1960, "Pine Bluff Wants Small Industries."
Although it was perhaps his char- state. f' Other Obstacles to Raids. a rug collector named Donner-
which did Then there is complete "office of
acter and his integrity a
Officials have 'also learned that blitz died of indigestion in Chi-
else to economic affairs. Here again WAGONSWAGONS
than carve
the B-29 still defects
has certain cago. That was Hitler. He had
the name of Cordell Hull deep in the action as well as policy concerning
which require modification in been there sixteen "
may living years. AND TRACTOR CARTSOnehorse -
annals of American statesmanship, "protection and promotion of all S79,00 two-horse
future These wagons- : wagons
production. primarily "But didn't
those not the only American commercial and agricul- anyone guess, S100.00 complete with body, seats additional
qualities were
concern the safety of air crews and Daddy?" "No, you see, except S4.00. Prices f. o. b. Macon Ga. Farmers'
influenced President tural interests" in foreign nations is .
ones which should be tractor dump cart $100.00.Paul
remedied before
bombingof for changing his and
name Williams Company. !Macon Georgia.
Roosevelt when he chose the stal- initiated that sounds more like
Japan can be carried out on a shaving off his mustache, he
wart Tennesseean to occupy the Kansas City or Madison avenue or .h
day-to-day basis. went right on being himself,
highest office in the cabinet. Wall street than Pennsylvania ave-
Air corps officials still reiterate damning Russia, England, democracy Vibrationless PlaneThe
Most important reqommendationwas nue or Downing that the air phase of the war against the Gov't at Washington -

Cordell Hull's long and single- And those are only part of a is mod-also Japan is nearing its climax, but and the U.S.A. in general.So jet-propelled plane' flies so
duties. There
minded study of, and the completeness ern diplomat's admit that several more months will the neighbors took him for
the tariff trade treaties and smoothly that a vibrator is required -
of his belief in the importance -
pass before the air drive can be just an ordinary crackpot and
ments and international commercial on the instrument panel to
of international commer- really stepped up to its peak. never gave him a second keep the dial needles free of
policy as well, in just one divisionof
cial relations and the vital role they One major hope is that General thought."
the office of economic affairs.In stickiness.
in the whole economic struc-
play MacArthur's forces will be able to

ture of domestic as well as world addition, there is a monetary secure several bases in the Philip-

affairs. division, and (believe it or not) labor pines so that the B-29s can operate The book stores will shortly receive -

I have dealt with .that philosophyof 'relations and another separateunit from there, thus smashing at the extraordinary book called ......

Secretary Hull frequently in these to deal with-that essential to south of Japan almost at will. "Axis Rule in Occupied Europe."

columns. Suffice it to say that the the American home (when it getson Because of the B-29s' vast size, it is It is by Raphael'Lemkin.. It is :8

war and the study of postwar prob- wheels againpetroleum.How ) almost impossible to conceal them published by the Carnegie Endow-

lems has already proved the neces- we have departed from the under camouflage, with the result ment for International Peace. .

sity of international trade agree- haughty aloofness that sneered at that Japanese planes still operatingfrom Book oracles state it is really the .

ments, one concrete product of this vulgar trade! The spats and the scores of fields in the Philip- last word on what the Nazis have

theory which the secretary espousedso monocles have been laid aside and pines could bomb B-29s at will if done to The Old Country. The Writ-

wholeheartedly.The the gentlemen once referred to by they were based on Leyte now. ers' War Board (staffed with intellectuals -

trend is generally recognized, the cynical as "cooky-pushers" have authors, editors, et al) is -Buy War Savings BondsSTRAINSjORENESS-

but not many persons'' realize how gotten right down to the brass tacksof RUSSIA AND JAPAN unable to name a "more important

the growing importance of commer- everyday life, and the activities Now that Stalin has put the Japanese volume in its field." The au-

cial negotiations on the highest dip- shared by America's millions. on notice for war, calling thor of the book has created a word

lomatic level has revolutionized the them an aggressor nation, another "genocide" to define the calculated -

functions of the state department.Still Foreign Policy chapter regarding Jimmy Doolittle'sraid destruction by the Germans of

more important is the fact thatan Must Interest NationAnd on Tokyo can be told. national and racial groups.. Buy .

awakened interest in the impor- that brings me to the last observation After dropping its bomb load on two copies. One to read over and f.

tance of international trade is which is the most impor- Tokyo, one of the planes developeda over again and the other to bang on A and favorite liniment household for 98 yearsHanford'sBALSAM antiseptic dressing -

actually creating a United States tant: the formation of a definite leak in its gas line. Aware that the head of any supporter of a Nazi OF MYRRHI I It contains

foreign policy, something which dip-, American foreign policy. he could not make friendly Chinese softpeace.The soothing:gums to relieve the soreness and

lomatists have always declared The reason why we have had "no territory the pilot set his course for ache Takes of the over-used sting and and itch strained out of muscles.burns,

never really existed in the sense foreign policy" in the past is be- Soviet Siberia, figuring he might Private PapersOf scalds insect bites, oak and ivy poison-

that other nations have fixed poli- cause the people have been too busy barely be able to reach dry land. a Cub Reporter: ing, wind and sun burn, chafing and

cies in dealing with their neighbor with their own affairs to demand any Internment, he figured, was better Sufferers from the cigarette short- chapped skin. Its antiseptic whenever action lessens the-
danger'of infection
nations. special treatment for other coun- than execution. When the fuel gave age would like to know just why it akin the is cut broken..

The link between Secretary Stet- tries except that they be let alone. out, he had no idea where he was, is that night clubs are enjoying near- Keep a bottle handy for the minor

tinius and his predecessor is based But increasingly since World War I, but landed on the best flat stretchhe ly all the ciggie biz. This is how casualties druggist-trial of kitchen size and nursery.bottle 3Sii At

upon this same influence. Both men, the people have come to realize that could find. come. The night clubs' are in your household size 651; economy size $1.25.

despite their highly different back- the consequences of acts of government As the crew of the plane piled this enviable position because a.c. HAN FORD MFG. CO..Syracuse N.Y.

grounds, have a similar "formula"the I which affect other nations are out, a column of tanks appearedover they've always charged a dime to Sole makers of _

formula for relating American very likely to re-act on the individ- a nearby hill. The airmen 15 cents over the retail shop prices,

trade to American diplomacy.This ual American's private affairs.It climbed back into their plane and and,. of course, they still are permitted 0

is an innovation in, our for- is fairly well established by this prepared to make a fight for it, but (by the OPA) to charge the same p.

eign service where a tradition of time that one reason why we had a finally saw the Soviet red star on tariff as before the "ceilings" went

protocol has grown up in an atmos- depression in the '30s was that the the leading tank and got out of the into effect. .. Then, besides get-

phere ,bordering on snobbishnessand world went broke and wouldn't buy plane again. ting lOc and 15c more per pack, the

so far removed from the marts I from us. Less broadly realized but The pilot walked forward to talk cigarette gals are invariably tippedan

of trade that it looked down its diplomatic I growing clearer to most people is with the Soviet major who jumpedout average. of 25c for each pack. AT
;; nose at business. : the fact that although we loaned of the leading tank. Using Eng- This, too, goes to the concessionaire. UGH! '

Secretary Hull was the first man money abroad to nations with whichto lish, gestures, and one or two wordsof As a result, getting 50c per OFA \ D

to head our state department who buy their goods, when we refusedto Russian, the pilot tried to ex- pack for'' cigarettes (for which retail 0 -

believed that trade relations havein buy their goods (shut them out plain hew; he happened to be there. stores charge 17c) the conces-
sionaires able to good
them the roots of war and peace. with high tariffs) they couldn't earn Finally, the Russian officer stoppedhim. are pay a
retailers. USE666
deal for cigs than the -
Edward Stettinius is the first secretary the money to repay us. Then they In fairly good English, he said: more all the
That explains why
t' of state ;who comes to the office went broke and we lost our trade as "Yes, we know all about the bomb-
with a training in industry. He of And knew spots are doing a terrific ciggie biz. Cold Piepatatlon as directed
( left well as our money. Other nations ing Tokyo. we one planewas

the chairmanship of the board of the ,which might have bought spent in trouble and might be head-
this let-
Our Macon relays
United States Steel corporation to their money to get ready for a war ing this way. We came out to see B. Burke. His WNU-7 5144And
ter from Dr. W. son
join the committee of national de which eventually stopped all buying. if we could find you."
State Jim
James is with our Dep't.
:: : fense.. ) Now many of the best business The bomber crew started to climb .
auth'd Father in China. .
So much for the innovations in brains 'of the country have wakedup into the tanks when suddenly an- China.
50 in
Dr. Burke
the viewpoints of the past and pres- to the fact that if this nation is other column of tanks appeared from spent years
The letter in part: "The whis-
ent heads of the state department.Now going to achieve prosperity after the opposite direction. A Jap officer pering campaign in China againstthe u

consider the material change in the war, it is going to have some- came running toward the Russians, Generalissimo and his wife is I;

its organization. thing to say about a foreign policy shouting, "This is Japanese ter largely the work of pro-Jap 5th col Your Strength and

New Functions that will produce a stable world.In ritory. We demand the surrender of umnists. Unfortunately some of our Energy Is Below ParIt
a democracy there can be no the Americans." may be caused by disorder of kId-
Added Office correspondents over there have got- function that permits poisonouswaste
: to ney
foreign policy unless the people The Russian major immediatelydug ten of the reports in the to accumulate. For truly many
+.. When I sat down the other day make it, and unless foreign affairs out his maps insisting he was some papers people feel tired weak and miserable
over here. At first the Gen- when the kidneys fail to remove excess
x' and ran over some of the new offices become personal affairs, the on Soviet soil. The argument ragedin eralissimo thought he would ignore acids and other waste matter from the

,4s and divisions and branches that people do not express themselves. German for several minutes, until blood.
them. Then he realized the rumors You may suffer nagging backache
are sheltered beneath the old rococco Their public servants do the best finally the Jap angrily stalked off, China rheumatic pains, headaches, dizziness,
directed against
rooftree which were not even a they can in the short period of their ordering his tanks to fire. This was than were against himself.more Therefore he Sometimes getting up frequent nights, leg and pains scanty, swelling.urination -

wink in the most progressive states- terms or periods of influence. The answered by a volley from the Rus- these with smarting and burning ia an-
had to
man's eye when I first walked its permanent members of the foreign sian tanks, both aiming at the sky. felt that into the he light. As bring to the reporthe the other sign that bladder.something Is wrong with .

marble corridors, I had quite a service move along according to a' The Russian tanks then drove on, had been unfaithful to his wife There should be no doubt that prompt ,,, '%' .

shock. pattern which has little to do with leaving the airplane behind. he declared his relations with his treatment Doan's Pill is*. wiser It Is better than neglect.to rely on Use a I-,-"-.-.;,.. ,

;:',: There would be nothing to raise the swift vicissitudes of 'present They had been going at a fast clip wife had been without stain, abso- medicine that has won countrywide approval ; ', ",
the eyebrow of past secretaries life and until for about half an hour, when the than on something less favorably
of day recently, no more I can understand the known. Doan'i have been tried and tested I
: state, of a Hay or Hughes, a Kel- attuned to the healthy and human Russian major turned to the American pure. many years. Are at all drug stores. i
but it is hardto
object of the Japanese, .
Get Doan today.DOAN
logg .or even a Madison-in the sounds and scenes in field and mar- pilot and said: Americancorrespondents'
the of
workings our
items now officially listed-such as ket-place than an ancient princeling "I now welcome you to the Unionof get
mind. This is for
the direction our 35 embassiesand surrounded by courtiers and serv- Soviet Socialist Republics." SPILLS

23 legations, nor the description ing-men. The border had just been crossed publication. !

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By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. The Questions opposed the ratification of the Con- ::
Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. stitution?
Released by Western Newspaper Union.
.' 1. How many signers of the Con- 6. What are the only two coun- ':
;; stitution were foreign born? tries in South America that do not

J4 Lesson for December 31 2. Who kills the bull in a bull touch Brazil? '

fight, the picador, the matador or
I Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected the toreador?
The Answers
and copyrighted by International
Buffet Style Is Waffles. Council permission.of Religious Education; used by 3. What is a lee shore aboard
2 sifted flour
cups ship?
Ideal for New Year'sEntertaining 3 teaspoons baking powder THE BASIS OF COURAGE FORT 4.'What American woman fought 2. The matador. "' "I

1 cup milk E FUTURE for the emancipation of woman's 3. The shore upon which the

..,' 4 tablespoons melted butter clothing and the, wearing of trou- wind is blowing.
-j) J/2 teaspoon salt LESSON TEXT-Matthew 16:13.20: : II Peter sers? 4. Amalia Jenks Bloomer.
at tal 3 eggs 3:14.18 I John 313. 5. Can you name one prominent 5. Patrick Henry.
Sift together the dry ingredients.Add GOLDEN TEXT-Wherefore, my beloved American
statesman who
brethren, be ye steadfast immovable, always violently 6.. Ecuador and Chile.
s\ C egg yolks, beaten and mixed
abounding in the work of the Lord
with milk, then the melted butter. forasmuch as ye know that your labor is c

Fold Bake in in egg waffle whites maker, beaten and serve stiff. not vain in the Lord-I Corinthians 15:58. Oh What Fun It Is to Make FurnitureFor

with butter and hot syrup. A significant year-1944. But now it That
Charming Little Doll House
Spaghetti With Chicken Livers. Is gone. We look into the future and .1
(Serves 6 to 8) ask ourselves, what next? Shall we

l/2 pound spaghetti enter the new year with fear and By Ruth Wyeth Spears ,
2 tablespoons shortening trembling, ,or may we face it with
1 onion courage? FROM BLOCKS OF. NOTE-Pattern 274 gives actual-size ..
patterns or dimensions for all the ,
pieces '
L 2 cups canned tomatoes or 1 can If man's knowledge and dependa- SCRAP LUMBER1 of this furniture with illustrated directions .).
tomato soup bility are all we have to stand on, AND ODDS OTHER for making. Patterns and directions are ','
% teaspoon pepper we had better be afraid, but there is AND ENDS also given for the lamps and other ac -

4 pound grated American cheese a real basis for courage and assur- for cessories.making Pattern the doll 273 house.gives Patterns all directions are 15 '';'

1A pound fresh mushrooms ance if we look to God, and to His cents each. Send direct to: _,-:"
1 pound chicken livers Word. We have: tOFP ; :1

1 teaspoon salt I. An Unfailing Christ (Matt. 1C: tAl MRS. RUTII WYETH SPEARS ,:'>j
Cook spaghetti in boiling, salted 13-20). Bedford hills New York --
water until tender. Drain and rinsein It is not enough that men recog- Drawer 10 :y

cold water. nize Christ as a teacher( a moral Enclose 15 cents for each pattern ;
Heat fat in skillet ordered.,
leader to die for ,
or a. man willing .
r' and brown finely His convictions. He must be more if n C. Name................................. ::iJ.
I ,
( cut onion in it. He is to deliver mankind, and, thank Address............................... :,; '
,' Add spaghetti, tomatoes f God, He is more. '.
Waffles and sausage, an old-fash salt and "
ioned favorite, will help you ring the cheese. Cook Peter, speaking by the guidanceof HERE is miniature furniture all

old year out and New Year in with slowly until well 1/ God, declared Jesus to be "the scaled to reproduce
proper style. blended. Serve in Christ, the Son of the living God." actual size pieces. Any little girl "I'
,>. casserole well This Christ, the unfailing One, will love the sturdy five-inch-long
a or on a platter, :
''.' This hasn't been such a bad year, garnished with fried mushrooms and established a victorious Church, upholstered sofa and the lounge ',,
:has it? And as we look forward to sauteed chicken livers. built on the acceptance of Him as chair with matching ottoman.

: :the next one, we Molded Fruit Salad. God. That Church marches on into They are easy to make, too, andso
:hope for many (Serves 8) 1945, as it has entered every other is the chair. It is covered witha

better things. It's n 1. package lemon-flavored gelatin year, assured that as it follows flower print.
';' fitting then to ush ', 1 cup hot water Christ, and preaches God's Word, The dining room furniture is all

er the new one in 1 cup maraschino cherry juice and there is reason for encouragementand made of straight blocks but the
with good cheer water joy even in this awful day.II. chairs are smartly upholstered in

;, and hope, and '1 cup sliced, seeded grapes An Uplifting Faith (II Pet. bright oilcloth to simulate leather.
simple but good The bed with upholstered head
2 pears, peeled and sliced 3:14-18): .
'food to celebrate the occasion. \\' cup maraschino cherries, sliced Christianity is not just a set of piece is especially glamorous and

I Whether you're just having your 1A cup finely minced celery rules and regulations. It is a life. the dainty dressing table has a

own family in or friends over to 1 pink grapefruit, peeled and sec- Itmust, grow, and it does grow. The matching stool made of half of a
welcome the New Year, it should be tioned really born-again believer cannot spool with padded top and full On your favorite N.B. C. station 4

tr; ,' done in style.. Refreshments need Dissolve gelatin in hot water. Add stand still in his spiritual experi- skirt. The nursery is also well fur- every Saturday morning

:'.<, not be elaborate but they should be cold cherry juice and water. Let ence. He has a faith which must nished with attractive pieces.UOUSHOW. 11:00 A. M., E. W. T. '

f decorated to be in tune with the cool. When slightly thickened fold move him forward and upward for WISE WOPI WSOC WFBC
l'" season. in fruit and pour into a mold. Let the glory of God. .-
; Here are some sample menus to chill until firm. Unmold on lettuce This experience is called growingin I 10:00 A. M., C. W.T. ,}};

A help you in deciding what to have. and garnish with clusters of grapesin grace, which means that each day WSB WAPO WROL WSFA ,ti
1; They are designed to fit your foodbudgetr pear halves.; Serve. with sour of this new year we as believers are. :
: : -
" f- 1 -
1,' 7" cream dressing.There's to become more like our Lord. We HINTS

j, 'New Year's Eve Snack I.f' nothing better than a are to. have stronger convictions, 1 ...,.
Buckwheat Cakes chewy cookie for nibbling'after the and at the same time we are to be !

f'; Cranberry Conserve Coffee main dish has been heavy. In fact, kinder and more loving. We are Sitting on the edge of a mat- f .<,

,;: "1 Assorted Fruit Plate many people would rather have a to be more forgiving, tenderer, tress weakens the edge and causesit ',i
i good cookie than' anything'else' to more eager to serve Christ. to sag: '
: Snack Suggestion II. top off the snack. You'll like these Christian, have you made any -.- : :
': .
,: Waffles and Pork 0'
Sausages cookies that are taste tempters spiritual progress in the year 1944? Lay your vacuum cleaner on the
Syrup above anything else you ever had: If not it is because you have failedto floor and pass your dust mop back :
Coffee Chilled Pears Dream Bars. take God's provision for your life. and forth before the opening to

Snack Suggestion III. First mixture: You have let the enemies of your clean the mop.
Spaghetti With Chicken Livers % butter substitute .
cup or soul mislead you (v. 17). You have -
Garlic Bread Tossed Salad V cup brown sugar not been diligent in your Christianlife Wax ash trays with floor wax

Lemon Snow With Custard Sauce 1 cup sifted flour (v. 14). to prevent ashes from sticking to :.e
:>-z Coffee Mix above ingredients and pat
God does not want any believer to tray.
Snack Suggestion IV. into a shallow pan. Bake in a mod- live a defeated life, not growing in -.-

Welsh Rarebit on Toast erate oven 15 minutes. grace and in knowledge. And thereis Add a handful of salt to the

Molded Fruit Salad n n the secret-'study God's Word in last rinse in cold weather, and the Your feeling of fatigue maybe
Assorted Relishes /rs? rr 1945. Learn more about God, and clothes will not freeze' as they due to ConstipationYes

Fruit Cake Coffee you will grow. That's something to are hung out.Weights constipation can steal your
:', Snack Suggestion V. look forward to. -.- energy.Take Nature's Remedy(NB
Cold Sliced that this is on the barn and shed Tablets). Contains no chemicals,no_
.. Turkey and Ham Then note to be in minerals,no phenol derivatives.NB
Rye Bread Butter Relish the light of the promised return of doors should be adjusted thatthe' Tablets are different-act different.

:. Avocado-Grapefruit Salad Christ (v. 14)). He may come in 1945. doors will close by themselves, Purely t'egctable-a combination of

Assorted Cookies Beverage Y III. An Inspiring Hope (I, John thus avoiding the necessity of stop- 10 vegetable ingredients formulatedover
Guests for .r y; r 3:1-3)). ping to set down a couple of pailsor 50 years ago.Uncoated or candy
a Year's
eve sup- a sack of feed to close the door. coated, their action is dependable,
L per will be !happy to help themselves We have already touched on the -.- thorough, yet gentle, as millions of
from a great hope of the Church-the com- Nil's have proved. Get a 25j5 box
& "' u buffet as informality ing again of our Lord Jesus, and For a glazed appearance on today...or larger economy B ze.\)
I' prevails at here it is presented as the inspira- pies, brush lightly with.cream, or Caution: Take only as directed.
, beaten egg and water, before plac- NK TONGHTTOMORROW ALRIGHt
:- the occasion. Set tion to holy living. .
R/ up the waffle iron Sometimes the world points a fin- ing in the oven.-.- All-VEGETABlE LAXATIVE

";. '_ ........ 5i with a pitcher of ger of scorn .at Christians, ex-
I. :::: batter; or, if you posing their weaknesses and fail- When putting a dish directly on _
t are having a hot Cranberry Jelly and Pancakes offer ures. It makes us ashamed and ice put a rubber jar ring underit / 'I I '/

1, dish like Welsh Rarebit or Spaghetti simple but delicious fare for we resolve to do better, but we are to prevent the dish from slip-
ti, it can be kept warm in a hot the New Year eve celebration It not discouraged. The world doesn't ping off the ice. NRT'A B LEETs-PR

1 .rj dish or at least on a hot platter. saves fuss and dishes. understand spiritual truth or Chris- -.- .

f Guests won't mind going into the Second mixture tian experience. We believers are Use discarded tea leaves to ONE WORD SUGGESTIONFOR
t j kitchen for precious seconds. : "the children of God," born again' clean the inside of a, flower vase. ACID INDIGESTION-
h The recipe round-up for this event eggs through faith in Jesus Christ. Moisten the leaves with vinegarand
r rt 1 brown
I l. has a star-studded collection of 1 teaspoon cup vanilla sugar All that is involved in this new let stand in vase overnight.Next IITUMS '

I ri' dishes you'll want. 2 tablespoons flour life does not yet appear. It is hid- morning apply warm soap T1vj ... '" f
den under the imperfections and the suds to finish the job.
teaspoon baking
powder 7
teaspoon salt failures"of our lives. But it is there,

:i ( LYNN SAYS: 1 1% cups nutmeats coconut I and again one it shall day be when made Jesus known.comes"We ******************************.
''. Here's How To Do: If you're Beat the eggs, add sugar and va i shall be like him." Ah, that makesone Good Buy for You!
his shoulders and lift
4 '" serving bacon, remember it re- nilla. Blend in dry ingredients, coconut square
quires slow cooking, careful and nuts. Pour mixture on i up his head to meet 1945 with as- UNITED STATES WAR BONDS .
I' watching and removal from the top of first baked mixture and bakein surance. '
i t heat when it's crisp but not brit- a moderate oven for 20 minutes. Observe that this hope of Christ'sreturn Good for !
By Japs
J. is not just a theological doc-
When cooled slightly, add:
tle.To trine to discuss, or a religious slo-
I"" in a pan-fry cold frying bacon pan: Lay and strips cook Third% cup mixture powdered: sugar gan to proclaim. It has a tremendously ******************************

I over low flame, turning them occasionally 2 tablespoons butter or substitute practical application.The .
and pouring off fat as Grated rind of 1 orange one who expects Christ to come

it accumulates. Orange juice back which seeks is spoken that of holiness in verse 3.of life ::00 ""OIl 8nfl: : >>..V': 1
Cream and butter.
To broil: Place strips on broiler sugar Add or-
He is coming. I must be ready to We hive limited war.t mc.quota of our patented guaranteed, 'ZIP-HONE-
rind and moisten
rack or pan about 3 to 3J/& inches ange enough juice to KITS." For all standard double-edge safety razor blades.
below moderate heat. Turn when to spreading consistency. Spreadon meet Him with joy. So my life-yes, Incredibly lengthens blade life. Better shaves.Takes but a moment. Pays for
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''doing because .of Johnny Rogers, John Perry: Jerry I I I
The Clewiston News I vented from so' J( ATTEST may come before the meeting.
travel restrictions but a: sizeable { Bolton, Iris' Ann Wright, Mary Faye I Colin English: Secretary i 1944,Dated: this, 4th day of December.
I group was present. II I Andrews, Ernie Nelson, Norma State Board of Education. j (COhPORATE
Dec. 8, 15, SEAL)
29, I'
I 22 Jan. 5, 1945.
Published every Friday' in Clevrleton, I Those from out-of-town included Perry, Joyce Bartz, Georgia Ann C. V. PARKINSON,
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS I Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Montgomery of Suggs, Janice Magill, Evelyn Haven, I Attest: President.. p.,
'nc. To- I Claire Hedke, Joyce: Archibald, Joan i| K. L. STEWART, Cashier .
iI Parrish 'Logan J., Sullivan of NOTICE
I Pitzen, June 'Crews, Kathleen Hun- j IDec. 8. 15, 22, 29, Jan 5, 1945.
ledo, Ohio, Harry J. Sullivan I!, -
second class mall matter ter aJld Betty Sue Young. .. '-
Entered as I -
February I, 1927.at the Post Office in Atlanta, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. 'C. J. I I TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF FIRS: j NOTICE '" "
CFewiston, Florida, under the Act of Sullivan of Tampa, Misses Ebbie, BANK OF CLEWISTON:
March 3, 1897.CARIt Tallaliasseb, Florida .The stockholders of First Bank of i -
and Sullivan I
Jacqueline, Aline Betsey Clewiston of ,
I December 4, 1944. I Clewiston Hendry County i TO EFFIE WALKER HARRISI
and Mrs. S. Florida,. are hereby notified that
I' of Tampa, S-Sgt. NOTICE the annual j I Address unknown:
I meeting of the stockholders
Air Base You are hereby notified that Bill for-
Publisher D. Smith of Boca Raton of said banking company will be helot
NOTICH is hereby even that the Divorce halF been filed
Per TearAdYcrtliliig I Carl Sullivan, home on leave from' STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION of the I II in the office of the bank on the 4t'day > i Frank Harris in the Circuit against Court you by of
Subscription Ilntc ? of January 1945 :
service overseas Mr. and Mrs. M. R. State of Florida will offer for sale, to:I P. M. to oonslder and at eight o'clock Hendry County, Florida, at LaBeli
lliitcff On Application. be sold to the highest bidder at Tal vote on the and you are required to appear in said
Montgomery and sons Bobby and I lahassee. Florida, at 12:00: o'clock question stock of increase of the capital suit on January 15. 1944 or the Bill
p Fenn of Stuart, Mr. and Mrs. Mat- NOON,Ascribed January 9th land, 1945 in, the HENDRY following -I I the amount of the of bank such and increase to determin and to will be taken as confessed. ..

Devoted to the advancement and wel- tison of Stuart and S-Sgt. and Mrs.C. COUNTY: t consider charter amendments to the corporal"I (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL
I of said bank
F. Mountain of Springfield, Mo. I SH of N>, and S4 of Section 16, necessary to increase Clerk Circuit Court ,
Clewiston ani Hendry County. the capital
tare of ( stock and fix the
Township 44 South Range 33 East, Mendry County, Florida. '
I I containing 480 acres.I I number of directors, of the bank, to H. A. RIDER,
sleet board
ROGERS ENTERTAINED .iV1TiICHRISTMAS THIS NOTICE is published in com- a of directors for the year Attorney for Complainant.
I PARTY SATURDAYMr. i pllance with! Section 270.07, Florida 1945, and for such other business a* Pec. 15, 22, 29, Jan. 5.
: Statute'
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NATIONAL EDITORIAL i iISSOCIATION I state The of State Florida Board reserve of Education the right the to .:N1N:N:N N:N:N:1.:N N:N:N N..:N:N:N N11.:N 1.:..:N:N 11:N N 1:N1N 11:N 11 N 11:N:N 1.:N N M:N1N:N:1.:N N N:N1N:1.:N:.
( i i and Mrs. J. K. Rogers enter- reject any and all bids.
.. tained number of friends at an BY ORDER of the State Board of
1 Education of the State of Florida. J. E. BEARDSLEY
informal Christmas party at their i, SPESSARD L. HOLLAND,
I home Saturday evening. Bridge was

MRS. BEARDSLEY ENTERTAINS I played Enjoying during the the occasion evening.were: Mr. I'I'I Real 'Estate

BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mr. and
1 I Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mr. and Mrs. I
: N. V. S. Mumford, Mr and Mrs W. RUTH R. BEARDSLEY J.i
hostessto I ,
E. Beardsley was ,
I C. Owen, Mr. and Mrs: F. Dea:leI
her bridge club Wednesday at her:' Duff, Mr. and Mrs H. A. Bestor, Mr
home south of town. Mrs. C. L. and Mrs. Frank Conkling, Mr. and: j' InsuranceMISS
Downs and Mrs. J. W. Francis, Sr., Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mr. and Mrs. R. DAILY \IATIXEE-3.1i P. M. _

were guest substitutes for absent I M. Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. XJGHT-7 & 9 P. M.

members. Sikes, Air and Mrs. W. H. Brullman SAT. & SUN CONTINUOUS ALICE SAVAGE

First prize went to Mrs. F. E. i and Mv. and Mrs. H., T. Vaughn. 3-5--7--9:: P. 31.
Conkling and second to Mrs. Down.1 WEEK BEGINNING DEC. Jl "

Others playing were, Mrs. H. A.'i SUE CORVETTE ENTERTAINSWITH Hopkins Building !
Bestor, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs F'I| PARTY OX BIRTHDAY I SUX., DEC. 31-OPEX S P. 3"JANNIE" ,

Deane Duff, Mrs. C. J. Nielsen and

Mrs. R. C. Wilson. I Sue Cornette entertained a number -i Phone 66 or 27R2Department r._

The hostess served a delicious j'! of friends at the home of her I with. Joyce Reynolds

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,, \ Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Reames hadas Spud, son of Mrs. Helen Spudic,!:I I ":0.-. . ................................................................. ....,.
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parents, Mr. and Mrs.V.. P. R ames'I Miss Saunders is employed in the, -
of Lake Worth and her mother, Mrs.G. I Tabulating Department of United
Mrs. Jimmy Weaver was a visitor Sgt. O. I. Baird of Avon Park was H. Vallowe, her sister, :Miss W. I States Sugar Corporation. Mr.
in Miami Saturday and Sunday.Mr. here over the holidays visiting his D. Vallowe and her aunt, Miss Clara Spudic is stationed at the Prisoner
,\,,', ---- wife and her parents, Mr. and Mis. Boxmeyer.Mr.. : of War Camp,. Liberty Point: As Civil Engineer and Surveyor:
'. and Mrs. J. K. Rogers spent W. A. Jones. yet no definite date has been set for SpeiahzinR In Everglades
--- the wedding. i iI !
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and Mrs. Richard Yoder and Surveys
Mis. M. C. Ritchie and Ford Dull
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. I '
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the Christmas ,
Baber is spending of St. Cloud spent i
If" Miss Corrine Bauer, spent Christmas Day in SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS HAS
,', in Jacksonville.Mr. week-end with their son and brother LI -- -
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E. M. Dull and Mrs. Dull..
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P. Ewing. Mr. and Mis. Bauer Ve- | I SI
> and'Mis. Neil J. Dwyer were
mained there for a few days longe'rvisit. j Miss Florence Graham met her I Ii I
f Mis. Ira F. Conkling of Patcho-
visitors in Miami on Christmas Day. FOR
gue, N. Y., arrived recently to spend S I i Sunday School Class for a Christmas -:, Bicycle -
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Stanley Jordan spent the week- the winter with her son, F. E. Conk- party Thursday evening at the II Call
; I pre-war.
Ingrid DeMarco
returned I
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with relatives in Bartow.
end home of
Joyce Bartz. Ice cream, :
Charlottesville, 'Va., Wednesday aft- )140-R 1
; evenings. .
,', Miss\ Velma Akin spent the week- and Mrs. r Deane Duff spent er spending the holidays with her cokes and fancy cakes were served. \ tp.j .
end with relatives in Tampa. I the Christmas week-end with Mrs. father, Lawrence DeMarco. Miss and gifts were exchanged. Games
Duff's parents, Mr. and Mrs :F. E. DeMarco is a cadet nurse and is _were played, stunts performed, and II I
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Thomas spent 1 Bryant in Palm Bea.ch. taking her training at the University songs were ung.: Each girl received -j I I WANTED. Child'sj
Thomas' of Virginia.Mr. ; a lovely present from Miss
with Mr. I
the week-end I nurse, no housework
Graham. J
brother in West Palm Beach. I Seaman Mack Currie of Key West
., ------ I IIt' was here Christmas Day to visit his and Mrs. Harley A. Case, and Those attending were Rachel : good salary. See Mrs. <
Mr. and 1lrs'John B. Pittman are brother, Pfc.: Eddye; Currie, who was son, left Wednesday for their homein Miner, Betty Bajlor,. Claire Jones,(
:, the parents of a baby boy born Saturday -l] here on furlough. Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Mr. and Zenomia Irey, 'Emma Jane Ezelle,i Keene Langhorn, North
at the Clewiston Hospital. I It Mrs. Case are former residents of Virginia Breedeen, Joyce Bartz,
Pacific Avenue
Earnest Wilson of Tampa spent Clewiston, Mr. Case having been Miss Graham, and a guest, Eleanor I or P. O.
:: Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Thompson? and I the Christmas \\eek-end here with connected with Riddle Field. They i I Von Mach. Box 491. 2t ':
t' sons, Gene and Bernie, spent the his brother, B. B. Wilson and Mrs. have been visiting Mis. Case's par-i I ,. "
holiday week-end in Tampa. Wilson. S ents, Mr.. .and Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford.Of -/
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[ Mr. and Mrs.\ R. C. Wilson spent Pvt. Samuel Mitchell ot the Prisoner interest to their many friendsin '.' '
the Christmas holiday with relatives II I of War Camp was the dinner Clewiston' the announcementthis 1rI ;'j I IJ
.. in Marietta, Ga. guest of Mrs. W. P. Conley and. week, that Wing Commanderand I I
I Miss Ruth Conley Sunday. Mrs. T. O. Prickett are the
., C. ,E. Miner, W. S. Bowdon andJ. parents of a daughter Elizabeth ,Ie 4 ;;
E. Beardsley were business visi- Miss Grace Ward, who is .attend Gratian Prickett, born Dec. 17 in
tors in Miami Tuesday afternoon.Mr. ing Holy Name Academy at San Washington, D. C. Wing, Commander ba'n'
Antonio this year is spending the Prickett was at one time RAF
and Mrs. E. C. Mills and sons i i holiday with her father, A. O. Ward. officer in charge at Riddle Field.
spent the holiday week-end in Fort
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.!, Myers. I I Mr. and Mrs.\ E. 1\ Cornette and Smith-Granere I
daughters,. Miss Martha Nell and
... Donald Brassell of Tampa is the 1 Sue, spent the holiday week-end in
guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Akin Miami. The many friends in Clewiston of
,__ this week. I I 1 Mrs. Peggy Granere will be inter-
: -_ I! Mr. and Mis. J. Rosenberg and ested to learn of her marriage to
f Miss Lois Prince spent,'the Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rosenberg and H. H. Smith on Saturday evening in
.' alas week-end with relatives Christ-I family of Canal Point were the Miami. The ceremony was performed -
( ami. Christmas Day guests of Mr. and at the Allapatah Baptist Church \.
Mrs. L. C. Rosenberg.Mrs. with the pastor of that church .of- '<
ficiating in the of only <:
J. D. Leftwich was a business I presence -
visitor in Miami Thursday. E. E. Gross and granddaughter close friends and relatives.Mrs. f t;..
Catherine Jean Carlton, of West Smith until a few weeks I. ;:Aa r r Oit 1AOAE f ..:.<;It
Fletcher Burke spent the Christmas Palm Beach, are spending' the ago, was an employe at the Clewis-
holidays in Cora Gables with I Christmas holidays in Clewiston ton Inn and during the eight months ;k
i J,k.- his family. with Mr. Gross. she served in this position, made a :

.... '.:' ...... .. ," S host of friends,here who...., will. wishher' .5 Fort M"er Pia .
L. F. Davis of Canal Point was Mr. "and Mrsr: : W. Clark are the'parents great happiness. .i.* > ,. '
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lov- of an eight pound baby Mr. Smith is wholesale :.
daughter born Thursday the a grocery j 1000 First Street
vorn over the week-end. dealer in Miami and there the couple -!I
Clewiston Hospital. The young lady _
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has been named Nan Nelle. I
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Thompsonand
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relatives at their former home in J. E. Lovvorn, Jr., of Chicago, '<
Bradenton. were the guests Tuesday of 'their ANTHON.Y'S* 1

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THE STORY THUS FAR: Zorle Corey, But even in her panic, her brain shouts and men's red faces in the SCR E w A DIO Charlie McCarthy wear?
who hates herself for being meek and was trying to work out this prob- white glare, and the rattling of oars Released by Western Newspaper Union. Joan-I dunno. You tell me.
shy, finds herself railroaded Into taking a lem. Zorie was a fair swimmer. in oarlocks. Someone pulled her JasperNailon.In .
Job she does not want assisting Admiral Ordinarily, she was not afraid of into a lifeboat. A gruff voiceshenever By VIRGINIA VALE
Duncan, grandfather of her fiance, Paul water. The sensible thing to do was knew to whom it belonged.... a Paramount movie th' end, th' young feller who

Duncan steamer,,to Samoa write his, en memoirs.route to Aboard Hawaii the, to relax, to lie on her back and was calling her a brave kid, a WHEN arrived Tucson and finds feeds'imself a girl a stuck.A lot o'. taffy generally
brave kid. And
effort.So damned she
hand- make no never
Zorle dances with Steve, announced they would need
that Paulis she her back. After knew who it was who told her in
gome brother, only to discover lay on a a
terribly Jealous. Paul refers to Steveas moment, she coughed the water out. whining voice that an oiler who had some 1,200 extra players for "In- Bit Late
a Nazi spy. The admiral dictates She could breathe again. But her just come off watch had been lean- cendiary Blonde" starring Betty black Joan-IIoiv did the corporal get that

some of his memoirs to Zorle. Steve and heart was still a frantic chuttering ing on the rail of the deck below the Hutton, the city fathers showed Jasper-He eye? kissed the bride after the
Paul are critical. On returning to her in her ears. one from which she had fallen. She their spirit by working along ceremony. ,r!

stateroom Zorle discovers treatise that her on engineering note- She could see the "Samoa" no- had shot past him screaming. He with the other citizens. You'll see Joan-But isn't that the usual custom?
book and Important
arc missing.: She suspects Amber where. It had evidently sped on it was who had thrown overboardthe the mayor, a superior judge, the city Jasper-Maybe, but this was six monlJif
Lannlng, with whom she shares her into the night. life-ringvand then had telephonedthe attorney, the sheriff, the chief of after the wedding.
stateroom. Her fate was inevitable. She bridge. police and 'the superintendent of
would paddle about in this great Zorie's next clear recollection was schools, in support of the giddy CrochetedApron That
waste of water until she was too of the woman in white. The womanin Betty.'v

CHAPTER IX tired to paddle about any more, white was square-faced, rather Does Attract the Eye
then she would simply sink. grim, and very efficient. She helpedher Phyllis Brooks, who was appointed
Zorie came to the turn of the Zorie began to think more clearly.It out of her tattered rags-all that official pin-up girl for the Sixth Bond
deck and started across. She was would have been better if she remained of her white pique dress. drive of the War Activities com-
outside the Palm Room. She had been sucked into the propellersand Once she was in her nightgownand mittee of the Motion Picture indus-
stopped at a window and looked in. battered to pulp. It would have in her bed, Zorie had hysterics. try, and who has appeared before
The Palm Room was crowded. She been a far kinder fate. But it wasn't a bad attack. Later, thousands of our boys in the south

saw Steve dancing with Amber. Zorie thought of Paul, and she the nurse told her she had never Pacific area, as well as those in

Watching them, she forgot Mr. suddenly wanted to cry. Poor Paul! seen anyone come through such an camps here at home, has this to says 541

Lanning. A wave of this afternoon'sjealousy He would be sorry, as people always experience so bravely.The '. .
returned. She wanted to .v. { -(.v 0, .<9.-: Y
are when someone has died- nurse gave Zorie a sedativeand i r r yh:,
cry. She felt neglected and unloved. sorry for the unkind things he had Zorie went to sleep.: It was

Zorie walked on. She felt des- done to her, and the kind things he midnight when she awoke. She felt i f .:rY :: "

perate. hadn't done for her. And how would tense. She ached here and there 4p7
She walked aft on the other side. Steve feel? And Aunt Hannah? And and there was a faint drugged teel- 44 I iJ
There was no moon. It was a black the admiral? All of them! All these ing in her brain-the residue of the .

i night. She found stairs leading to people who had treated her as a sedative. Otherwise, her brain felt : ,, '
:: a lower deck. She went down sev- clear. all ,1
human doormat! Everything felt clear. In 'I4 ;
- eral flights and came to an iron her life she had felt clear. 4 ;
; A white ghostly glow was begin- never so ws" gs ......
bulwark on either side. ning to fill the world., It silveredthe Amber Lanning was sitting on the
At the end this deck steps
of were
tips of the small rolling waves bed across the room. She was look-
:', that 'went up. She climbed them. her. It seemed to'fill the
. about sky. ing steadily at Zorie. Except for a
She passed one deck and climbed (It was like the glow that is supposedto ghost of a smile at one corner of
;; another.
accompany a religious miracle. her mouth her face was
p .
:. Zorie leaned on the rail and looked
._ sionless. Her were like dark
-- eyes
i; down at the water. Ghostly light t round holes.
'\: showed the race and churn of water

(, lashed white by the propellers. Be- When Zorie sat up in bed, Amber's -- i'yr'r r vL ; '
;;: yond was blackness. eyes followed her. Zorie swung PHYLLIS BROOKSto
t What was she to do about the her feet to the floor. She winced as

,'. stolen notebook? To whom could she a pain shot through the small of her the girls at home: The farther
turn for counsel? back. Her left knee hurt. All her the boys get from America, the more
r : In her confusion and woe, she ; :sF teeth ached a little. And her right they want their pin-up girls to look

:- thought of the ,cast-iron Buddha on hand felt a little numb. But she feminine; they'd rather not have .-
Professor Folsome's desk-"the could stand. And she could walk. of in bathing suits or
tJj.-, gen- pictures you AN attention-getter, this bit of
;. uine jungle wishing Buddha"-and She walked across to where Ambersat slacks, but in skirts, "a little on the feminine frivolity. A cro
;",: her three wishes. She had wished and she slapped Amber's face. formal side, with plenty of appeal." cheted apron in simple pattern

i' : to be transported to an enchanting "There," Zorie said softly. : stitch, finished with a crocheted
: : land of palms and flowers, of jade She waited for Amber to do some- Sunset Carson, Republic western ruffle.
; seas and singing birds, and ofr' thing. She hoped that Amber would star, returned to the studio froma tAn

.. charming people too gallant to take .. a resent it. month's "vacation" recently if apron you' can make in double-
. advantage of her meekness. She The smile was gone. Amber com- sowing 1,000 acres of wheat, riding quick time; inexpensive.. Pattern 541 con
: had wished that Paul would go pressed her lips and stared at her, horseback 20 miles a day, milking 14 tains crochet directions for apron:

:., there, too. And she had wished that but she did nothing and she said cows each morning on a 3,000 acre stitches.
i'f: she would lose her meekness. nothing. ranch in Texas can be called a For this pattern"send 16 cents in coins, y
your name address and the pattern num
::: Since then, everything had gone Zorie reached up' to one of the vacation!. Sunset and his father own ber.. .
,; wrong. It was as if the jungle Bud- s :: ? hooks. It was supporting several the ranch jointly. His father:was ill, Due to an unusually large demand and
';:\ : dha were granting a parody of her hangers of Amber's clothes.. She so he took time off from picturesand current war conditions slightly more
t wishes. If she were superstitious, took the hangers down and threw helped to keep 'things going. time is required in filling orders for a
few of the most popular pattern numbers.
r '' she would believe that the Buddha them on Amber's bed. She went --,--
': was an evil genie! of iron who dealt about the stateroom taking down In answer to letters from thou-
Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept. ,
'r solely in the cruellest irony. hangers and throwing them on Am- sands of WAVES, Bing Crosby sings 561 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, 111.
r, She suddenly tasted on her lips the ber's bed. When the hooks were "Black Magic" in his next picture,
.. 1 Enclose 16 cents for PatternNo
dust and rust of his iron forehead. M emptied, she emptied one of the "Here Come the WAVES." When it

\,': A soft mocking whisper came out closets. Its contents she threw on was announced by Paramount that ,
; of the darkness just behind her. Amber's bed. he would co-star in the picture with Name

"Ah-nah!" it said. "Ah-nah!" "From now on," said Zorie in a Betty Hutton and Sonny Tufts, the Address

+ A hand was brutally clamped over calm, assured voice, "this closet is letters began to pour in.

her mouth. Another hand went mine." .

scoopklg under her knees She was Amber, sitting on the bed with her Dinah Shore has been pretty proudof
swiftly lifted to the rail and over it. clothes all about her, said nothing. that German pistol given her by
She was thrown far out. Zorie now dumped the contents of Lieut. Gen. George Patton when she

She fell down and down through .. two of the four drawers on Amber'sbed. was overseas. But the singing star
the blackness toward the churning She put the drawers back and of "Belle of the Yukon" is just as
i white water.. She fell down and down throughthe said, "From now on, these are proud of a second captured gun-
blackness toward the churning mine. You are the first person of a it came to her from a GI Joe, nov

Zorie was falling through black. white 3.ter. great many who are going to learn in Germany.
fall in dream that I'm never going to be pushed 'I'.
ness as you a falling
All this time Zorie had been lyingon
,I and falling, never reaching bottom.If her back, resting, getting her around again as long as I live. You Trudy Berliner, European stage
reach bottom in will either behave yourself in this been signedby
you a nightmarefall breath, calming her heart. Now she and screen actress, has
your heart, some people say, turned over and faced the glow. It stateroom or you will get out. Warner Bros., to coach AndreaKing h ,

: stops beating. was a dazzling spot of white glare Amber shrugged and lifted eye- and Faye Emerson for their
Her brain must have been work- not more than two hundred yards brows and eyes with a wryly despairing roles in "Hotel Berlin." She was released -

ing frantically, because she did not away. It was floating on the waterin grimace. "All right, my from a Nazi concentrationcamp
have long to dwell on the horror of the direction opposite to that in dear," she said. "Keep it up if you after four months' imprison

her fate. : which she had thought the "Samoa"had want to. I know you're a great ment. ,,, 4 -
It was like cold claws tearing her I vanished.She actress. God knows I should. I -;.

heart to shreds. cried out involuntarily with have the greatest respect for you. Hollywood's newest Cinderella is

Long before she struck the water, relief and joy. It must be a life- I envy you more than any woman Gloria Holliday, CBS telephone
Zorie was fighting for her life. She ring! Someone must have seen her that ever lived. You have more operator, who auditioned for and
took a deep breath and held it. go overboard, and thrown the ring! lives than a cat. Frankly, I think won the role of Garry Moore's collegiate -
Paul had told her that anyone you're a witch. I'll ,be good." girl friend in the skits which
Paul had explained them to her.
falling from a swiftly moving ship Who, Zorie wondered, was this, will revolve around the new character I
2'' is almost When the life-ring was thrown into .....
inevitably sucked into the woman she resembled? A notorious "Foster Fenwinkle. They'll be
the water flare
a magnesium at-
propellers, is instantly battered ands secret agent? It wouldn't do to ask heard every few weeks.
tached to it by a short rope was ,,,
torn to pieces by the giant steel the
spontaneously ignited. Its glare questions. And at moment she -;.

blades. would guide a swimmer in the darkto was enjoying this arrogant girl's Remember the famous ,Veronica
She water. The shockof the ring. awe, her submission. This woman Lake "peekaboo" bob, that droopedover
the impact almost knocked the she resembled must be much more ? She gave it up when fl.
,: She struck out toward it. The flare one eye
air of her. The
next instant
,was deep in the insane churn from she blinded her. She did not see the ruthless than Amber.It the WPB asked her to, to set a good Jap pill-boxes and gun emplacements are

\.. the propellers, with their "Samoa" turning about until it miraculously would be very dangerous, Zorie example for defense workers. But in "knocked out": fast when deadly bazookasgo
, rhythm thumping in her mighty stopped not far away, ablaze realized, to permit Amber to keepon came letters from servicemen asking into action! It takes a trained two-man
: helpless of ears. She of horizontal rows of lights. assuming that she was the girl her to revive it. She's saved team and battery-power to keep these portable
was a
a girl
r in insane convulsions of water.caught She I Then she was blinded by the beamof they thought she was. Yet it wouldbe those letters for the past year; she weapons firing. Batteries that once
violently jerked : a searchlight on the bridge. It useless to deny it. Amber, Mr. confronted Paramount executiveswith were made for homes and farms are now
l.f;, was tossed this way and that, and went off in a moment. Lanning and the sinister Mr. Savoy- them. You'll see the "peekaboo" sent to serve our fighting men. Use your

a' currents. She felt as if by'savage she were She swam steadily. She was grow- ard wouldn't believe her. again, for one sequence, in available Burgess Battery sparingly. keep

, being torn apart. ing tired. Her slippers were gone. She wasn't afraid. That was the "Out of This World." them cool and dry. For Free Battery Hints-

, There was only one thing she She was all in. She had not real- surprising thing. She wasn't afraidof --f-- Write Dept. U-5, Burgess Battery Company,

could do to help herself-she' could ized how the shock, the horror of anything any more. She wasn't One of those'hauntingly lovely pictures Freeport, Illinois.

hold her breath. She might be held her immersion had exhausted her even afraid of death. A few minutesago that stay with you, so that you Write fo Your Serviceman Today
;,:' down indefinitely, sucked this way until she tried to use her arms and she had accepted death, and want to see it more than once, is

and that by monstrous eddies. legs. death no longer frightened her. "Journey for Margaret." And some- J

y Chance alone would determine This inability to reach safety, She looked at the jumble of clotheson how, the second time you see it, it IIII;
whether or not she would be drawn something to cling to until she was Amber's bed. There was ono seems even more delightful, more BURGESSBATTERIES

> into the thumping steel blades. rescued, was more nearly like a evening dress that looked new. It touching, than it,did the first time.
She tried to hold her breath. She nightmare than her moments in the looked as if it had never been worn. -;. I

held her breath until she thought.her savage thrust of water from the "Tomorrow night," Zorie decided, Kay Kyser of the "College oi t + IN THE NATION'S SERVICEt
t lungs would burst. ship's screws. "I'll wear that dark red gown." Musical Knowledge," begins a nevi

l She flailed the hissing water with Then the white flare seemed sud- "Certainly, dear I Anything I hay chapter in his career on Decembei

',. her arms. She could not draw in denly closer. She put what was left is yours!" 27, when he strikes up the band foi

her breath, or force it out. Some of her strength into a final spurt. The phone rang. Zorie answered a new sponsor. Featured with him! -- .
water was lodged in her throat; and She reached the life-ring. 'But she it. Paul's crisp voice said, "Zorie I will be his wife, Georgia Carroll, : ,;

it would not let the air pass. She was now so weak she could hardly Are you all right?" and the rest of his regular troupe. ...J::'j _],
tried to dislodge the obstacle but it cling to the canvas-covered cork. "Yes." Same time, same._:station:, '
stayed them. The rest of it was a confusion of (TO BE CONTINUED)

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; RAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr., C. |r ,Pahokoe 11:00 a. m.
H. C. Meador" Pastor E. Gencke, superintendent. Classes I
for all ages.Moining ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL .
Sunday; School-9:45 a. m. Worship, 11:00 a. m.. A CHURCH I
'Morn ng. Worship 11:00 a. m. nursery for small children is con-
'Training Union.-6:15 p. m. '' ducted by the Mothers' Club at the Services every Sunday at 8:30 I : : NOTICE
Worship-7:30 m.
Evening p. Community Center. I a. m., at Clewiston Community
Prayer Service Wed, .8:00 p. m. "Toward That Better World"is I Church.
A good New Year's resolution the theme of the minister's sermon Rev. S. D. Mason, Rector. .
would be-"Resolved that I will at- Westminster Fellowship meetingat I ,
:ooud church Sunday this next
6:00 p. m. Dr. Gericke will be.
:y m' unless providentially hinder- the leader In a discussion of science ''I ..
( _) 'To help you!: keep this reso- and religion. I '
,fiition we are giving you a special I Johnson's Fish Camp I '
'invitation to worship with us' each. You are cordially invited to wor- WILL; BE AT ALSTON'S DRUG STORE
ship with us. j (Near Hurricane Gate)
Sunday this next year. Make our c
Clevristoii, Fla.
llurch church home while you
ST. iUAn ;AnET'S CHURCH Boats and Motors-Guide Service
remain in our community. Fr. Peter J. Reilly, Pastor Rates ,ReasonableW. I December 20
Mid-week prayer and praise service January
will begin at 8 p. m. Wednesday H. Johnson, MRT.Today's ,
Mass: Clowiston 9:00 a. m.
evening. You are cordially invited 'II
Jan. 10 Jan. 17
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ttt attend i ;.. ,
Choir practice will begin at S:0: ; .
#. m. Thursday evening. Every I COMI-GRAPH By Peters 7 ': '.. .
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member of the choir is urged to at- .' : .\ IN ,AFTERNOONS
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end. ',
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Sunbeams meet at the church I ''.
Thursday afternoon at 3:30 p. m. I (. ; Let our expert mechanics :',\ : .
"Think of the meanness of one I y "divorce" your' motor from ,: "
"who> lives for self all of his best years You may pay your County .Taxes' and at
sluggishness, knocks and
and then offers God the fag-end olite. }
..... ." "Oh," but such a one says, i poor performance. the same time purchase your motor vehicle
'"I shall become a Christian before
I die." This ignores the fact that tag. '
Cod asks for and is deserving of
the service of the best part of our ; HENDRY !
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'SUNDAY, DEC. .31, 1944 .,. p ; ; CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA ,
.,....,., County'Tax Collector I
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.{<:;"( I nn their own homes. AskF' entire stock for sale at ONE HALF price. You may choose any item in the store

:. and pay only one half of its original price. Listed below are a few of the many items
: (for complete information.
I" that will be offered at these give-away prices: ;

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J Patent Medicines
Clewiston Federal < : \ '

Ii!1 All makes of face powders :::;1 ,.- __ Milk! of Magnesia ,

Savings and Loan Dusting Powder and PerfumesLip ', ,. ;!I : Mineral Oils ,' '. ", :',' ,
Sticks and '. ""I \ Mineral SaltsAspirin \:;'.' <<" ."..." I..".'.
Rouge '\ '.
AssociationIewiston Face Creams all kindsHair ,:-": ,,, Tablets ".':'" '.
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Tonics and 'Lotions '>..,,. r..., Vitamin Tablets :.J.:" "
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200 Bill Folds ',' Nursing Bottles and Nipples : ,\ : ::

Every Kind of Razor, Blades :,,: ...: Kidney and Liver Pills : ..>5, : ; ,' '.!

: Large Assortment of Combs ', ,7::'. Flea Powders ..'". t..:,' .,

: Prophylactic. Dr. West, and _". :." OintmentsEye .,:'<...:; .. :
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} 300 Boxes of StationaryThermos i

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: Refills, pint and quarts: :: Cigarette Lighters and Flints. I

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..'' ..- I School Supplies ? Army Kits "
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Cheap and Expensive Sun Glasses :
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.: I Cigarette and Cigar Holders."and Typewriter Tablets ,' !
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History Made on
When the $ Gems of Thought

Z New Year's DayNot

r. 3 J EVERY great and commanding -
New Year p 4 movement in the annalsof
the world is the triumph of

P enthusiasm. Nothing great was

Gp,4NTLANDF Will Arrive scot CHICAGO, o' ever erson.achieved without it.-Em-

The affections are immortal!
I They are the sympathies which
I N THE wake of the Army-Navy, Among u. S. unite the ceaseless generations.
Tech Notre O
Georgia Georgia -Bulwer-Lytton.

Dame-Great Lakes games, the last 0 Man is of soul and body, formed for
stretch of a waning football season deeds
Fighting fr
now belongs entirely to the pros and Of high resolve; on fancy's boldest
: { the bowls. wing. .

\' The top bowl game, as it should Men r only does New Year's day -SHELLEY.
:- be, is the Rose Bowl affair between mark the beginning: of a new year, New love is brightest, and
Southern California and Tennesseeboth but of a new hope to many peoplein long love is greatest, but revived -
tied but unbeaten-with prospects the i many lands. During time of war, love is the tenderest thing

k: of a 93,000 or more crow .. it has always meant the period of upon earth.-Thomas' Hardy.

r F The second ranking: game will be prayer for the safety of country and

the Sugar howl test loved one. .

at New Orleans be- World Over Many events of lasting importancehave Upset Stomach
tween Alabama and A ,tk occurred in history on this day,
Duke, good for some including: Relieved In 5 minutes or double money back
7 0 0 0 0 t7F7W When excesa stomach acid cao3s painful Bnf focat-
t spectators n Caesars Ing stomach and heartburn,
38 ,B. C. The era of the gu sour doctors usually
who will also see prescribe: the fastest-acting medicines known for
I' began. symptomatic relief medicines like those in Bell-ans
il one of the best Tablets. No laxative. Bell-ans brinfrs comfort in _
;< 1349 A. D. Edward III, king of Eng- jiffy or double l your money back on return of bottle
\t. of the
I games year. to 03.7bc at all druggists.
i Both Alabama and land, defeated the French before -
, Duke finished their Cainis with great slaughter. -

[ campaigns flight teams.as top- ; o s ON-' 'BERLIN, CMiiiio I 1735 Paul. Revere was born. st.Joseph(

.. The_no Cotton_ ___n _Bowl.p. P 1 0 1757 Calcutta, India, captured by ASPIRIN
at Dallas gets a Grantland Rice the British. WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT 10*

championship con- e 1776 First Union flag of 13 stripes
tender in Oklahoma A. and M. with unfurled by George Washing.
one of the star backs of the year in '
triple-threat Bob Fenimore. T. C. U. L)171
1792 Kentucky entered the Union.:
has been spotty, but good on occa-
'z sions. 1801 Union of Ireland with Britain. ABOUTRUBBER

A year ago Georgia Tech and 1.. 1814 American dragoons attackedthe
Tulsa in the Sugar Bowl providedthe British who had seized Buf-

best game of the big Bowl day falo, N. Y.

at New Orleans. The brilliant playof 1815 General Jackson repelled Brit-
Prokop alone was something ish when they attacked New
worth looking at. This time Tech and Ii Orleans. -

Tulsa, the double-T's, move over to 1825 Great'Britain acknowledged in- Former Rubber' Director

the Orange Bowl,at Miami. Georgia dependence of South American Dewey expressed the opinion
Tech's two defeats by Duke and republics. that the inevitable industrial-

Notre Dame, especially those 21 1863 Emancipation of Negro slaves ization of South American and
points Notre Dame after Asiatic countries the
rang up following
went into effect by proclamation -
what happened in the Army and of President Abraham.Lin, war will mean a world de-
Navy disasters, was no great boom mand for rubber far beyondthe
; churches of America of all denominations will their doors coln.
Many keep
I of the
1' for this contest although Tulsa again capacity planta-
has known a fine year. open Sunday and Monday in order that relatives and friends of American 1907 Pure food law put into effect. tions that existed before the
fighting men and women throughout the world may offer their NewYear's / war-an opinion that should
1913 Parcel post system inaugurated.
In one important direction, at
prayers at the time their loved ,ones are welcoming in the New encourage the protection of
least, the bowl games figure to bea Year, no matter where they will be. These services are in addition to our synthetic plants.The .
decided success. This is on the regular watch night services. 1919 New Year's day declared a legal -''
gate receipts side. From SouthernCalifornia's holiday throughout the coun- super-bomber B-29 carries
When 1945 reaches New York"city in a blare of noise or a silenceof Massachusettsand
graduate manager Ar- try except in about 5,000 pounds of rubber.
prayer, it will already be early Monday evening just east of Australiain
nold Eddy comes word that the Rose Washington, D. C: Close to two'tons are required to
the Chatham Islands. Meanwhile, at Honolulu the clock will register
make Its 30 fuel
Bowl was sold out on December 6. bullet-sealing
6:30 The New Year is born the Chatham islands 1920 U. S. census gave populationof
All the 93,000 seats had been purchased p. m. Sunday "on lonely tanks alone. There are more than
nearly a month ahead of the 414 miles southeast of New Zealand, and races westward at 1,000 milesan 105,710,620. 200 rubber Items In this giant for-
,.."..b'r New Year's day date. Similar glee- hour. About 200 shepherds and fishermen, augmented with troopsin 1923 Canadian National Defense act tress of the air.
ful reports are arriving from man- the Chatham group, will celebrate- the New Year by ringing the church went into effect.
agers of the other big bowl games. bell on Hanson island. international date line, near- these isles, was, 1926 Mexican railroads returned to
set by the British and the 180th meridian of p7
After all these Bowl games, out- admiralty runs near longitude. private ownership.,

side of entertainment, mean noth- 1929 Ecuador's eight-hour and child
ing today. Not when you look at labor laws went into effect.

Army, Navy and Ohio State, the Bells Throughout World Will HeraldIn 1933 Soviet Union's first five-year

three college tops who have no Bowl plan ended. '

assignments. Bowl games today are New Year Full of Promised PeaceFor 1934 U. S. bank, deposit insurancelaw t
merely excuses for a New Year'sholiday went into effect.
party. They will all be in-
1935 Ration card abolishedin
system REG0djh
teresting contests, all worth lookingat
but there is nothing else in- Centuries the Old Year Has Died to TollingOf Soviet Union.
1936 U. S. insurancelaw
volved. Army, Navy and Ohio State
\ among the colleges have taken care Bells-With 'Hope for Better Times. went into effect. .
.--:-, of this side of the argument. 1938 Thomas E. Dewey sworn in as
D district attorney. of New York
New Pro LeaguesThe "Never forget the cheerful and cordial city.

scrambling of the newly or- observance of New Year's Day." 1939 Insurgents shell Madrid. Ex- tt't 4

ganized professional leagues is Premier Wang Ching-Wei ex-
.....",,,,,,,1,;...,,. th k d ri..... -George Washington.Since .
Q..uu.l6 a: noco wn an U.& gout pelled.
stage. The battling is going on early ages, the sound of has started a movement for the wide 1940 Russian planes bombed Jyvas-
in conferences and deals, and in stone, of hollow resonant wood, and development of carillon music, be- kyla, Finland. England calledto W/IutSufle/t?

bidding for flashy players.At of all the metals that came out of lieving they could be made an 'element colors men from 19 to 28 1 rot HIIOI Kits III Mill If
least three new invaders, the earth, fashioned as a means by in promoting human accord years old.
headed or directed by Chick Mee- which man could make his gods and genuine sympathy among the tt. RHEUMATISMNEURITIS.LUMBAGO
han, Arch Ward, Jimmy Crowley hear him, have also been used to many racial groups in America. 1941 English and German planes E
and Red Grange, are already under announce peace and the turning Just when bells were first used to made reconnaissance trips.
'-. way in the general knowledge that point'toward better things of life. I i announce the end of the old year and 1942 Japanese submarines shell- Ha-

-:: only one can' come safely through.In The first bells were fashioned by the start of the new is not known. waii. "*

the process of locating a sur- primitive man of wood. Prior to Long before the clock had found its 1943 U. S. planes bomb Japanese

vivor from the new groups, a num- this time the "click stone," sometimes way to the tower, they had been positions in Aleutians.
ber of stockholders and investors called the first bell, was a used to announce time, often united 1944 Lieut. Gen. A. A. Vandegrift BRINGS BLESSED ;RElflEF

must be badly stung. Even as it is resonant stone, suspended by a thong with the observance of the canonical becomes head of U. S. marines. Urge Bottled mu tuee)'1-! Small Size 60c
today, only about four teams in the hours. By this usage a monastery Russia observes Christmas. *C1ITIOI: ISE OUT IS DIIECTEI ,! .
became timemarket to the neigh- IT All GOOD DUOS mats If IT Kill/ 11 iiciif I il price "
National Football league are out of Pacific agreement reported by .
MclCIL tilt CO. l lac. JieUOIfltlt { flOIIH
the red. But whatever happens to borhood. President Roosevelt.

the newcomers it will make an in-
teresting story ''as they hustle for
various playing stands that can accommodate RING OUT, WILD BELLS Facts and Fancies Buy War Savings Bonds

I It is impossible the populace.at this point to Ring out, wild bells, to the wild sky, About New Year'sThe
I The flying cloud, the frosty light;
: pick out the winning league. All admit little British Han-
j The year is dying in the night; colony on 1e
they have all the financial back- Ring out, wild bells, and let him die. son island, in the Chathams, 414 liiliiiTake !
ing needed, even into the million- miles southeast of Wellington, New
aire class. This means a far Ring out the old, ring in the new Zealand, will be the first to greet
rougher scrimmage than baseballever Ring, happy bells, across the snow; 1945. It is just east of the interna-
knew, with the arrival of the The year is going, let him go; tional date line, from which all tim

American league more than 40 years ,,,. '' :,; ,., / 4 Ring out the false, ring in the true. is reckoned.
ago or the charge of the Federal r .
2w Ring the grief that the mind
league later.
many years The famous Scotch bun is made
i For those that here we see no more;
I've talked with Messrs. Meehan, : 4.g ". I Ring out the feud of rich and poor, entirely of egg and chopped fruit.
r-. =-=-: Ward, Crowley, Gene Tunney and and struck with a stick or another Ring in redress to all mankind. enclosed in a crust for New Year's
several others interested in the holidays. e e
stone to give the ringing effect. .
: various new ventures and they all The first church bell was erectedby Ring out a slowly dying cause,
exude confidence from every pore. Paulimus, bishop of Nola, in the And ancient forms of party strife; When Julius Caesar created Jan-
Possession of the Yankee stadium city of Campania, Italy, in about Ring in the nobler modes of life, uary instead of March the first
: in New York, and the Baltimore 400 A. D. Early bells were bap- With sweeter manners, purer laws. month, he set the present NewYear's good-tasting tonic
stadium will be important factors in day.
tized. In Switzerland a curious tradition Ring out false pride in place and blood, .
those two hot football
cities. An- is that all baptized bells takea The civic slander and the spite; many doctors recommendCatch
other leading point is the way vari- trip to Rome every year during Ring in the love of truth and right, The English New Year celebrationwas
ous new cities, such as Buffalo, Mi- Passion weeks and get back in timeto Ring in,the common love of good. changed from December 25 by cold easily?Listless?Tire quickly
ami, Houston, Dallas and some be rung on Easter morning."All William the Conqueror because he Help tone up your system I Take Scott's
L others, will respond to the pro diet. they thunder here are harmless Ring out old shapes of foul disease, was crowned on January 1. Emulsion-contains natural A & D
Each Ring out the narrowing lust of gold; .
new league leader is confi- For these bells have been annointed
be It's
Vitamins diet lacking.
p dent that he has picked the right And baptized with holy water. Ring out the thousand wars of old The person who first visits a fam- your may

k spots. This is something the in- They defy our utmost power." Ring in the thousand years of peace. ily on New Year's day, carrying a /* ,S L>_&reatBuytoday.AUdruggists.3x ..
vestors will have to learn later box filled with cake the Scotch tra-
The science of music bells has Ring in the valiant man and free ,
\ either for their pleasure 'or their been recognized in some of the lead- The larger heart, the kindlier hand;. dition holds, will be lucky during the t
pain. And a good part of it will haveto ing music institutions of the world.M. Ring out the darkness of the land, year.
be pain, since there is no pos- Kamiel Lefevre, carillonneur of Ring in the Christ that is to be. .
sible chance that four, leagues can the Riverside church in New York LORD TENNYSON. The Hindu year begins with the
make good on the financial side. city where the chief of carillons, by new moon immediately precedingthe

size ,and scope were installed. He vernal equinox in March.

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