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Creation Date: January 12, 1945
Publication Date: 1928-
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'THE. CLEWIS TON NEWS :






,1 =" ;yOLUME 16-NUMBER 27 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1945 ; SUBSCRIPTION-$2.5O PER YEAR

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SCHOOL BOARD WILL Grand Ole Opry To MOTORISTS WARNEDTO Negro Breaks In MINUTES OF OLD AND

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, : ASK APPROVAL FOR P.-T. A. BenefitThe I BUY TAGS BEFORE negro, Willie Wesley Harris, AND NEW CO. BOARD

.. was arrested in Harlem Monday by

SCHOOL BOND ISSUE Grand Ole Opry of radio station JAN. 15 ,DEADLINEThe Constable I. S. Bell and is lodged in MEETINGSJANUARYMinutes

WSM in Nashville, long a favorite the county jail at LaBelle to await

.-' trial for breaking into the J. A.
networks will show
of the radio ,
E. M. Cornette, Clewiston member deadline for driving motor McGehee home Saturday afternoon of tho county board meeting -

"Pi. and new chairman of the Hen- next Tuesday evening, January 16, ,vehicles on the old 1941 license while the family was away, and for January" have been released

at 8:15 at the Sugarland Park Auditorium plates is Monday, and H. P. Baird later driving their car to a point': for publication by William T. Hull,
this
stated
dry County school board,
under the sponsorship of of Bradenton, district tag inspector -I near the county line and abandoning i secretary. This includes the meeting -

{f '', week that tentative approval had the Clewiston Parent-Teachers Association said Friday that "positively I it. He is said to have admitted 1 I of the old board and afterwards

L ; been given by the board to a bond there will be no extension of time' I being guilty of every charge. the: new. Two members of the old

issue of, some ,$400,000 for the Clew- Press notices ,state that the show i granted beyond Jan. .15.;" The negro came to the house just board G. E. Etherton of district 1

t iston district for the construction of will present in person Bill Monroe R. N. Miller, county tax collector before the family left on a hunting and George L. Poole of district 3
: I trip asking for work and saw their retired after the first ,meeting.
greatly-needed school facilities. and his Blue Grass Boys: with Zeke said Tuesday that sales are lagging

Clements, the Dixie Yodeler singinghis in this county and, that up to date plans to leave for the afternoon. When, the, new board met, afternoonof

Efforts are being made by Mr. own composition, "Smoke On I only 350 'of the most used "D" tags I After they had gone he cut open a Jan. 2,. Etherton was replaced by

Cornette to obtain an appointment The Water;" Chubby Wise, the Su- have been sold. He estimated this screen door and walked into the Charles E. Miner and Poole by R.

:; with State Superintendent Colin wanee River Champion Fiddler as slightly less than half the number house making himself quite at home. Waldron.. The report follows:

At his leisure he went through almost Minutes of January 2, 1945
English In Tallahassee for Monday Cedric Rainwater, a Mirthquake of of Hendry cars requiring this
everything in the house, took The Board of County' Commissioners -
the building Fun, String Bean, the Musical Rascal mostly used plate.
'i''i tf this week to discuss what he find satisfiedhis of Florida
money could Hendry County con
Ann the
Little 'Sally Kentucky
; Collector Miller has been :n
Designs and the issuance of the Bradsh"aw. of appetite from the refrigeratorin vened in regular session at, the
Songbird Curly King
; Clewiston on Wednesday the past
i,. bonds, all of which must be approved the Harmonica: and many other two weeks and will be .here again the kitchen left the house in a Court House in LaBelle, Florida, on

mess and drove in the car. Tuesday, January 2, 1945, with the
x by the State Board. He will stars of this popular radio show. next Wednesday for the convenience away
s There is considerable similarity following members present: Chair-
i probably be accompanied to Tallahassee This will be the'only showing here of motorists there who wish to
L' this season and all 'are urged to at- purchase tags without having to between this robbery and that of the man J. O. Davidson, G. E. EthertonvGeorge .
B by County Superintendent' 'V. A. Montgomery home last week L. Poole, A. J. Evers and
',it." :-, tend. make the trip to the LaBelle court
C. E. Weaver Architect Bert D. and officers are working on the Asa Townsend. together with H. A.
Admission ,for'servicem'ell and house. However, next Wednesdaywill
f H. A.y theory now that the same negro was Rider, attorney and William T.
;- Keck, and County Attorney '
1'.fL children will be sixty .cents and for be the 17th two days after the
guilty of both jobs. Hull, clerk.

t Rider: adults $1.00.Temperatures. 15th deadline, and..motor !vehicles! I The _minutes__ n__ of__ the meeting _from_ __n
of the State without new plates had best be kept
Should the approval
p. Kiwanis Committeemen I April, 1944, to December 26, 1944;
:: '- Board be obtained the county board Take at home until new tags are pur- were read and upon motion by Evers

will move at onc'e to advertise for chased. Named By PresidentAt ., seconded by Townsend called and

the bond election. If the issue is Another ''Nose Dive carried. The minutes were approved -

'- approved by the taxpayers of the Wednesday Meeting as read with the following cor-
Clewiston district the bonds will be On: Thursday MorningThe
INFANTILE PARALYSIS rection, 'That the County Agents
sold and advertising for
printed and yearly report presented at the De-
R. C. Wilson, newly installed
bids for construction may proceed. temperatures in the lake cember 5th meeting be accepted and

Work planned will be the rew area took the second dip in as many FOND DRIVE STARTS' president of the Clewiston Kiwanis ordered filed in the public records
both of the present Club, named his committee chair-
of
" :fi't modelling months to the freezing point in some and of Hendry County and that the
(' "\ buildings and the erection of a places Thursday morning coated men committee membershipsat Board hereby extends its appreciation -
the of the club at the
meeting
These
t- ; : f cafeteria near these buildings. the area in a white frost but did little MONDAY MORNINGF. for his efforts' in the service
two, then, would serve for Primary Inn Wednesday evening. "
. :S:'" damage due probably to the fact rendered.
::;'i' :.':' and Intermediate grades and_ the that Jupiter Pluvius was kind to Following are the: committee ap- Motion by Townsend seconded by

:: ,,;., new high school building would be Deane Duff has again accepted pointments: '
the area and sent better than an Evers that Mrs. Millard Taylor and

r: erected on a new location yet to be inch of rainfall to the entire area the chairmanship for Clewiston of I Youth Service-B. L. Thompson, Messrs. C. J. Jones and W. D. Roberts -

V' determined. This high school buildIng Monday morning.The the March of Dimes campaign, which chairman; 'M. M. Prewitt, B. J.' be paid $100.00 each for bor-

,::: as designed by Architect Keck, lowest official 'minimum rec- begins Monday and continues through I Myers, W: L. Brantley, D. ,C. Han- row pits on Road 16$. Motion car-

is ,said by Mr. Cornette to be, of the January 31, and while he plans no cock, members. ,
f orded yesterday morning at any station -
:$/',' most modern design, and 'a building of the U. S. Sugar Corporationwas aggressive campaign he feels that ] Community Sen'ice-C. ;A. Thomas ried.Motion by Evers seconded by

r!'.' which any city might be proud to at Runyan in the Eastern Di- donations to the, fund will be much chairman; W. "S. Bowden, 'N. V. Townsend that, Mrs. Arch May' be

., ', have. vision where 'a 32 was reported. larger this year than in any previousyear S. Mumford, G. H. Small, .E. L. Stew- allowed, $8.00 'per month as."tem '
also will be new colored '
Included a
Clewiston was high with :36 degrees because. a case of infantile art and G. H. Brown,; members. porary aid. Motion carried:
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{ school for Harlem which would ..and other s! ;r. 'ried..betwe@n: paralysis in Clewisfon -' during the Administration.- -. ;"W.-C.: Owen, Motion by Evers .seconded by
' c yy .
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be of moutrn7 these. In
Ground E. .
chairman
J.
Beardsley J.
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"' sufficiently large to ,accommodate a
'' than the places registered as low as, 29 de- through moneys provided by Ezelle, R. M. Bishop, H. R. Vl.1 I Clerk to request a report from
students '
;/? great many more grees." the March, of Dimes.It 'E. M. Cornette members. Dr. C. E. Weaver, also the Highlands -
,
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.: present; building. I The rain Monday started in the is probable, that coin boxes will ', Health Unit, as to what their
:. Some months ago efforts were Club l\Ieetings-J. E. Beardsley,
be in all of the business
lasted placed respective Health Units are doing,
(:> made to obtain federal funds for early morning hours and until community I chairman; G. B., Thomas, G. H.
I of the and area
Monday afternoon. The heaviest places and submit the same to the Febru-
; "--' tbe construction of a building near for donations and the cards for Small, H. R. Hall, N. V. S. Mumford
faIt reported at Benbow and ary meeting.
was
: the present, school to serve as cafe- the but members.
I' liberty Point, each of which had dimes distributed at school I Motion by Etherton seconded by
:' Commiltee
teria and as a temporary classroom.The number benefit Special -E. E. Gross,
1.5 inches, and Clewiston was' the because of a of Townsend that the bills be paid as
... 'cost of this proposed building, entertainments at this chairman; W. C. Owen, C. A. Mart-
driest with .97 inches. dances and Motion carried. Motion
The heaviestfall read. by
..
. !: amounted to such a figure that the is inez, G. E. Etherton, members.
time President's Ball such as
: in a that
the Eastern Division Etherton seconded Townsend
board felt that it might be wise to was raise Projects-J. W. Ezelle, chairman; by
1.26 used by many communities to .W.
inches. Weather Constables with
' observers the bond J.
erection of this G. B. Thomas Luther Owens and
'm... forego the building this '
funds will not be held here
state that this is the first of and The United
i;\'.:"';'. and try, by floating a bond issue, I I rain I W. L. Brantley, members.It Powers as principal
.y:.:; to erect adequate school facilities nt any consequence in the area since year. to.. was announced that at next States Fidelity and Guarantee Com-
; I the hurricane in October. Mr. Duff is hopeful that donors pany as Surety in the sum of $500.00 .-
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once instead of waiting. week's meeting E. M. Cornette will '
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the fund will mail their ,cash or be approved. Motion carried.
Rainfall deficiencies shown by made toward
give a resume of progress -
s':' Bank Re-Elects sugar corporation records for 1D44!) check to him' this year and he is the construction' new school Motion by Evers seconded by
asking for donations of from a dol-
Townsend that this Board
were 9.60 inches in the Western buildings for Clewiston. expressits
"'
IR. : lar in this ',, Coin donationsmay
up ay. appreciation for the good service
Division and 10.77 inches in the '
: All Officers And ,
c; be made in any of the boxes rendered commissioners,
: Eastern Division.American. by retiring
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. If.: Increases Stock I ___.__ about' town.A I Riddle Field CadetsTo G. E. Etherton and George L. Poole.
Brooksof I
few months ago Billy I Motion carried.
Hears Clewiston was stricken with the Have Rugby MatchRiddle
Legion
Motion by Townsend seconded by
It.- At a meeting stockholders; of most severe case of infantile paral-

I",{" :;,;;;::,..., the First Bank of Clewiston held' Plea for Blood BankThe ysis ever admitted to Good Samaritan Field cadets will presenta board Evers called adjourn.J. and. carried that the
':' last Thursday night all present officers Hospital in West Palm Beach
k '' rugby match, at the high school, O. DAVIDSON,
and directors were re-elected His hospitalization was provided. I on'Wednesday evening, January 17, Chairman.

and it was voted to increase the Clewiston American:: Legion (Continued on page 10)) kick-off at '7:30. WILLIAM T. HULL,

s capital stock from $15,000 to $30- Post had as a guest at their mont'h I The teams under the supervision Clerk.

000 in the form of. a stock dividend. ly meeting Tuesday night at the Inn,
of Norman Physical
Cage Teams Open At Sgt. Walmsley, Minutes of New Board Jan. 2, 1945
Officers of the bank are C. V. Francis Wood, a discharged World Training Director of the Field, will The new Board of County Com-

Parkinson\ president; J. S. Cottrell, War II veteran who made a plea to Moore Haven Tonight I be composed of fifteen men chosen missioners of Hendry County, Flor-,

Arcadia, vice-president; E. L. Stew- the Legion to make some attempt from the graduating class (Course ida, convened at the Court Housein
art, vice-president and cashier and to obtain mobile unit,
a operating
I and Tigerettes will 21), and a combined ,team of men LaBelle, Florida, on Tuesday,
The Tigers
Miss Frances Morgan, assistant from a city blood bank, which would
I their 1945 basketball season from Courses 22 and 23. January 2, 1945, at 2 o'clock P. M.,
open
cashier. The board of directors come to Clewiston and take dona- Course 21 team will be Cadets:
with the following members pres-
Terrierettesof
consists of Mr. Parkinson, Mr. Cot- tions of blood for plasma for the against the Terriers and
Landon
Williams, Denner, McKay- ent Charles E. Miner, J. b. David-
the :
Moore Haven in gymnasiumthere
trell, Mr. Stewart, R. E. Kurtz of wounded soldiers.
1 tonight at eight o'clock. Forbes, Wrest, Scott, Killick, Wati- son, R. B. Waldron, A. ,,J.Evers and
Fort and L. Downs.
C.
Myers Wood ,came to Clewiston soon Two home games are scheduled worth, Lewis, ;:Morgan! Holland Asa Townsend, together with H. A.
The undivided profits, capital and after his discharge and has been Edwich Winch and Fuidge,
; business for next week and everyone is urgedto Clayton Rider, attorney, and William T.
the amountsto
surplus of now
dT working here since and when he the with Watiworth as captain. Hull, clerk.
attend. The teams will meet
$100,000, Mr. Stewart stated this heard radio requests for type "0" Courses 22 and 23 team will be
week. teams from LaBolle on 'the local The members submitted their
blood immediately made his way ,to Cadets Lawrence, Griffiths, Piercy,
court at three' o'clock Wednesday commissions and the board was
-- I the local hospital, showed by his Williamson, Veniss, Ruffle, Callis,
: the Pahokee teams Motionby
afternoon and called to order by the clerk.
Portion Of ,New discharge papers that his blood was here at 7:45 next Friday night. Nichols, Weedon, Bailey, Wyatt, Evers seconded by Waldron thatJ.
of this type and asked to make a Vaughan, and Moseby with
Sidewalk In Use B' J. Myers is doing the coaching McBreey O. Davidson be elected as tem
donation. He surprised to learn
was Moseby captain.
as
of the two teams but Mrs. Frank porary chairman. Motion carried.
that there were no facilities avail- I The game, being played with permission '
assistant 'oachor
Veltri is cting as ( I The meeting was then turned over
One block of the new concrete I able nearer than Fort Lauderdalefor of Commanding Officer
Town-
: [ the girls.Senior I to Mr. Davidson. Motion by
taking these blood donations. Wing Commander, C. W. Lindsey, A.
sidewalk being built along sugar-I send seconded by Miner that J. O.

land Highway to connect The Legion assured Wood of their Class ,Sponsors I F. C., will be referred by Cadet Davidson be elected permanent

'' of town was completed this week I interest and Adjutant J. Kenneth Wing Commander McDonald. chairman. Motion carried.

7$" and is now in use by grateful Rogers was asked to write the necessary Dance On January 20 The game of rugby is comparableto Mr. Ben Cross submitted a petitionfor
nede-I '
I
strians. This is the block letters to see if a mobile our game of football; contrary. the opening of a road out to the

'; >. south side of the highway unit could be sent into this area. ito I our game, the men ,wear no headgear W C. Evans property and the following -

San Pedro and San Gabriel Streets, Only routine business occupied The Senior Class of Clewiston II I ; or protective equipment of any motion was made: Motion

and: forms are already being laid to time at the remainder of the meet- High School is sponsoring a dane I kind, and the teams are composed by Waldron seconded by Miner thata

complete the other block from San ing and the attendance, due to in- to be he'd' Saturday night, January of fifteen men each, with no substi- I committee be appointed to inves-

Gabriel, to Francisco on the north clement weather, was smaller than 20, beginning: :at ten o'clock for the tutes. I tigate tho road possibility's. Mo-

side of the highway.The usual.. purpose of raising' funds to ply This should prove a very; interest- tion carried. The chairman appointed -

walks are being built four graduation ,expenses and for the ing occarion and the public is urged the following committee:

inches thick and four feet, wide!, the school annual, The Tigeston, whichis to attend Commissioners Townsend, Evers and

; t Concrete being purchased: by the city NEW TEACHER to be published this year. I __ Waldron to report back at the next

from Maule Industries,' contractorsfor I The orchestra has'not :yet been BIG BAPS: CAUGHT. regular meeting in February.:

furnishing most of the concrete Mrs. Vera Walker Thorne of selected for the dance but it is I Motion by Townsend seconded by

for the starch plant Pouring is : Moore Haven has accepted the position considered probable that the Jami- Harold P.rodeiic'c! brought in one Evers that their motion made on

possible only when starch plant I of teacher of ,second and third can orchestra which has played for of the nicest bass which has been November 21, to employ Messrs.
most dances here recently, will be caught in the lake this season, a
operations do not require full use grade overflow succeeding Mrs. Bill Goodman and Long to'repair the
of the batch trucks but goes very Bowden who resigned during the engaged. The admission price has ten-pounder which he landed only a (Continued on Page 5))
short distance Cram town.
rapidly when trucks arc available. Christmas holiday. not been announced.
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W_ EA ON I Use a curling iron to stretch the f 3
Sweeping Over Europe fingers of washable kid gloves. ;
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D. C. Lint From a Blue Serge Suit: I Bacon fat and salt pork drippings '... .:
I Before Morton Downey departedfor I add to the flavor of kale, a]

Some GERMANY'S startling FRESH facts have TROOPS been Underground Coalesces Democratic Groups in xs overseas he was the only enter- turnips and legumes.-.- 1 ::
tainer invited to perform before all ':
gathered by Allied war strategists Fight for Popular. Government; chiefs of staff in Washington. Gen. Pin perfume-soaked dabs of cot- :
regarding Hitler's ability to throw I ton to the hems of to
Hap Arnold threw it. Tony garments ,:
reserves into the western front. Look to Big Three. Martin, the screen star thrush, is lend a subtle fragrance to body ,
explanation as to and clothes.
They give one
now a staff sgt. with the Army in _
the against Germany has ; /
why war -
France. Eileen Barton, Si- (:
lasted so much longer than the war. When ripping clothing with
a
By BAUKHAGE natra's new canary (and so easy on
planners expected. the ears, too), is making beautiful two-edged razor blade, cut a slit :
News Analyst and Commentator ,
It has been estimated that since melodies with an up-and-coming in a cork and put it on one side -
when Allied troops landed on of the blade '
D-day the Germans have lost WNU Service, Union Trust Building liberation, who had such characterand swoon-singer named Tad Bruce. from to protect your hands :;
Normandy, Washington, D. C. personality that he is univer- Radio reports a 400 million being cut. i;
killed wounded or
taken 1,000,000 prisoners.men This, is a terrific As the New Year approaches, sally accepted, acclaimed and followed dollar "take" for 1944. Highest in-

loss in period of six months. Washington is preparing to experience by the entire nation as our come in radio history. Wendell ::1rJ
a leading member of the resistance." Corey (he the lead
However, despite that heavy loss, the results of two titanic strug- plays oppositestar
war strategists estimate that a gles which will chart the course followed The last seven words are the Gertrude Lawrence in her new.
greater number of Nazi troops now by this, nation and the worldin important ones'- "as our leading touring show) had a tiny part as a' 'i.
face the Allies than on D-day. The the decades ahead. member of the resistance." In sergeant in "Follow the Girls." 0:

total of D-day (June 6) was 65 di One contest will be witnessed on other words, De Gaulle was able to Wonderful little Margaret O'Brien is ,)!
visions. But today Germany has 75 the floors of congress. The other in lead his fellow countrymen into waiting permish from her movie .
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divisions on the western front.It some unnamed spot where President liberation without chaos because he boss to do her own radio program.
is also estimated that Germany'stotal Roosevelt, Prime Minister had the approval of the most active Heading a panel of quiz kidlets. I \',
strength on all fronts is just Churchill, Marshal Stalin and per- and most militantly democratic According to .an OPA bulletin there
under 6,000,000 men. haps General De Gaulle will sit down elements of underground. are 30 billion cigarettes in stores in I:::
the and to details of the the U. S. right now.
This increased strength on try agree on New SpiritIn i
western front has not come from framework of an international or- 1 j E
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the Russian front. It is known ganization for the maintenance of i Greece The Intelligentsia: John B. Ken- ,1-
that some divisions have been peace. Papandreou, premier of Greece nedy is one of the few news analystswho I I.
transferred from the Russian The election was supposed to during the revolt, with all his virtues can take the teletype's prosaic
front, but they have been replaced have settled the old issue of "isola- was no De Gaulle in that re- reports and turn them into words On yoar favorite N.B. C. itaUon
by other troops and the tionism versus internationalism" but spect.I that march like armies. He steam- very Saturday morning _
at far indefiniteto informed that rollered American and left 11:00 A. M., E. W. T. c
eastern front has been kept those terms were too was reliably bigots
;
WISE
full strength. It is too risky to delimit any lasting decisions and Papandreou had expressed firm them flatter than their heads. WPTF WSOC WSJS WFBC
November allies have anti-monarchic that he CBS Bill Downs' deft description .
take chances there. since our sentiments. reporter 10:00 A. M., C. W. T. i "
Therefore, war strategists estimate been strewing land-mines of doubt is, as he says;' a democrat and a of captured Nazis: "They WSB WSM WAPO WROL WSFA "
that the chief increase of along the way, causing many cases socialist, that he had a clean rec- have the look of men caught steal- :i
strength on the western front of non-interventionist jitters in con ord through the occupation. But- ing." _. Criticism.over the film, iI I :
has come from the Volksgranadier gress. and what a "but" there is, judgedby "The 7th Cross" (alleging it por- I I II'
divisions. These include There will be debate in the senate siich standards as I imagine trayed "good" Germans), astonished
boys of around 16 and old men of flavored with remarks, the tenor of "Franc-Tireur" would hold up author Helen Deutsch, who pointsout
46 which Hitler started forminginto those which criticized the British Papandreou was selected by the that the action in it takes placein SNAPPY FACTS
groups around September 1. course in Greece.As King with British consent. The mo- 1936 when the underground Ger- :
There are 10,050 men in a divi- to the battle behind closed tives back, of his election may have mans were trying to purge the nation ABOUT
sion; they have little training, doors, you can imagine that the been honest enough and practical of the wicked, etc. The good
poor liaison, and are short of American viewpoint will need all enough from the standpoint of the Germans, she adds, included the RUBBERThe l l.I.

arms, especially machine guns. the support the President, can rally old order. Here was a man with a Manns, Einsteins and other ,refu- ,
But they fight with considerable behind it, to overcome the tendency good record who, it would seem, gees. Pert Lee Carson, the J
ferocity when mixed in with of Messrs. Churchill, Stalin and De could reconcile the royalists and the INS girl correspondent covering the
units from the regular army. Gaulle to fall into all the old bad leftists. But that formula itself war in Europe, inherited the spot ::1'

German youth has had military habits of their happy power politics violates the very principles of the vacated by the ailing Richard Tre- ",
training for years, which has been a days.In new order, and when the leftwingers gaskis. She's with the 1st Army. popular size tire for
big help. Reports are that these order to understand the differ- began to feel that the cabinetwas Richard was invalided home after bombers is the 56-inch, the :j

new troops fight in burstsfuriouslyfor ences which have already arisen between monarchist and British-made, more years of war than most men making of which takes as r
a while and then are exhausted. "those who support British they withdrew and their followers would care to have any part of. much time as the building of ;

They have no stamina. armed intervention in Greece and refused to give up their weapons.All Irving Berlin, his own music pub seven large truck tires. And tan
Another factor which has helped those who support the state depart- armed groups in Greece not lisher since Sept. 15th, has already active bomber may needan
the German high command is the ment's action in protesting againstit absorbed officially by the army sold 700,000 copies of two songs: entire new set of tires

withdrawal of about 20 divisions itis, necessary to take a look behind were ordered to turn in their arms. "White.Christmas. and "Always." each month. i. c,
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from:the Balkans, thus the shorten- the scenes and see what these The police, of course, did not turn The latter il 18 years old. _
ing of the front line in Holland. Sev- forces are which are bound to in their arms and they were the Statisticians have developedthe

eral Finnish divisions also have been shape the new governments of Eu- same police who had helped the pre- Quotation Marksmanship:, H. G. fact that the rubber used

thrown into the western front. rope as they are re-born after the war Metaxas dictatorship, and later Wells: Moral indignation is jealousywith by the U. S. In the war up to ,
However, it remains an encouraging period of democratic hibernation the Germans, "keep order." The a halo. Anon: Snow slowly date about 145
fact that as of today a dwindling during Nazi-Fascist occupation or "sacred battalion," a group com- laundering the countryside. averages
of the German is pounds per man in uniform.In .
percentage army control.U. .
posed chiefly of former Greek offi- The quote recently credited to H. '
made of of the fight- World War I rubber
up men proper con-
S. Favors cers who fought bravely beside the Broun, "Experience is what men
ing age-from 18 to 38. Allies al lthrough the African cam- call their mistakes," should have sumption represented about
S Self Rule
paign (and were, charged with con- been credited to O. Wilde. Then we 32 pounds per man. '
TROUBLE IN ITALY In the first place, there is a pow- taining a strong monarchist ele- are informed that Musset once
Premier Bonomi of Italy has writ- liberal-oriented ground swell tobe ment) was not disbanded but penned: "Experience is the name ,' S.
ten President Roosevelt a 100-page discerned everywhere if we look became a part,of the army. men give to their follies or their
letter outlining in great detail many for it. It is the belief that, eventually Translate the above into terms of sorrows." Alan Gale: Was it t 1;
Italian complaints against the Brit- this force will dominate, the French attitude and see how the Atlantic Charter or just so much ,:
ish. When and if this is published, it which has prompted the American'handsoff" impossible acceptance of a Greek Atlantic chatter? Bob Burns' nF-
will make of the Greek trou-
some
policy. Uncle Sam
government such as that could be advice to after-dinner speakers: I
bles with the British look.relatively merely says: "Let the people of the to groups thinking as the French Stand up to be seen, speak up to be
pale. various countries choose the form of resistance groups think. heard and shut up to be appreciated -
Among the grievances Bonomi government they want. Those who There is every reason to believe Eggleston: Journalism is }}
outlined to the White House the B.FGdh
are
want democracy enough will it
get that the leftist movement in Greece organized gossip. I
terms of the armistice forced upon if there is no outside interference." and elsewhere in .
Europe, even
Italy by the British-with American
acquiescence. The armistice terms That is one thing to bear in mind. where the majority of their leaders The Wireless: We liked the reunion tlt

have never been published, and one Another is that this ground swell, as may be led by communists (as was with Roy Shields' show. This t
I call it, is the result of different not the Greece) is at
big! reason is that the Allies are many case in actually listener hasn't had an opportunityto is
fearful of public reaction to the factors not merely hunger heart a drive against tyranny and enjoy it for some time. It remains :s
and discontent or faith and enlightenment toward democracy.Here A-onederful, displaying silky <:"
frankly imperialistic demands of
Churchill.It ; not only inspiration or again it might be wise to music trimmed with literary lace I!
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calls for the ceding by Italy to desperation, but aspiration as well, examine some of the opinion ex- continuity. '. Ethel Barrymore's :
the, British of the island of Pantel- aspiration toward the natural historical pressed by Frenchmen now back- regular spot on the dial proves radio 1iRelief

leria, just south_ of Sicily. This, tiny and evolutionary goals of ing the' De Gaulle provisional gov- drama has emerged from the
island-only 58 square miles-would progress which are a part of man's ernment which is a product of the knee-pants stage, despite soft soap At last II '
make'the British a constant military eternal struggle for liberty. forces similar to those operating in operas. Amazing how ordinary dia-
The Nazi other liberated countries.The when it in ...
threat to Italy.Churchill reaction against tyrannyand logue glitters comes con-

demands it, however, in the successful resistance to leading editorial _in the tact with Ethel's magical voice. .1.?, For Your
order to safeguard the "jugular German control in the form of the December issue of "Free France," Within three hours one station stabs Cough ,

Vein" of the British empire, the sea underground, generated certain that attractive and informative the air with 25 singing commercial
forces toward freedom and inde- smellodies. One dose of that and Creomulsion relieves promptly because -
magazine in New York
lane through the Mediterranean to published by it goes right to the seat of the
Suez. And considering the difficulty pendence. The underground made the French provisional government, you turn into Marconi's sworn ene- trouble to help loosen and expel jlI I
British shipping had going around its own laws, gave opportunity for gives the reasons for the change of my. .. Wheezes about shortages germ laden phlegm and aid nature
Africa during the early part of the the coalescence and strengthening attitude toward the French com- skidded into deserved oblivion recently to soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed a'

war, some U.. S. leaders think he is of all democratic movements. It was munists as follows: but the ciggie shortage branes.Tell bronchial your druggist mucous to sell mem-you (i ,II IIa l I
right. natural when the Germans were 1. The French communist party spoiled it. If you recall the cracks bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding '
s The Adriatic' port of Trieste will driven[ out that these forces refused joined the resistance movement and about sugar, coffee, meat, et all, you must like the way It It',
be taken from Italy.and made an in- to bow to representatives of later gave its allegiance to DeGaulle's you know all the cigags. to quickly have allays the cough or you are ; f
ternational free port, and the armistice any regime, no mattter how benefi- national committee. your money back. ; I
also provides for relinquishing cent, if it. had about it even the 2. The Comintern was dissolved. The Story Tellers: For those CREOMULSION [ I

a part of the Italian breadbasket, slightest odor of sanctified feudal- '3. The communists rendered invaluable wrapped in the illusion that fame for Coughs,Chest Colds, Bronchitis E:
the Piedmont, to France.To ism. aid to the resistance comes on a silver platter, Pic mag f.
sweeten the pill, the Italians It is necessary to get this premise movement traces careers of various celebs and 0
were promised that the terms of the firmly fixed in our minds or else 4. The striking collaboration of all proves no one climbs the ladder of .., I,
armistice would be lightened in proportion fall into the error of writing off ev- French patriots in the underground success without picking up splinters., "tlt

to the degree of help they ery revolutionary movement as struggle removed many prejudices, In the Atlantic Monthly, W.
give the Allies in the rest of the "communist," including some certainly including the suspicion of "com- Lippmann examines the stumbling
war against Hitler.So no whit less virtuous than our munists sans 'patrie" (a political blocks that might become tomb-
complete is the British control own in 1776. group with loyalty to no fatherland). stones for the post-war world. You
that last spring, when Soviet Russia It is well to study the France of The editors of Free France cau- don't have to wait for tomorrow's
announced recognition of the Bado- today in this connection, and inter- tiously state that it is too early to events to confirm his warningsjustread

glio government, Badoglio was advised esting to note the comment which answer the important question: today's front pages. Ira
a few days later that he had appeared in the French press at the Have the French communists accepted Wolfert turns in a vivid job of trans-
no right to deal with any other gov- time of the first revolts in Belgiumand democracy as 'it is under- lating soldiers' emotions with his
ernment, Allied or not. Author of later in Greece where Allied stood by the Western democracies? typewriter via Esquire. A GI's long-
this note was Lieut. Gen. Frank Noel support was given the governmentin Nevertheless, they note for the rec- ing for home is something so great
Mason MacFarlane, then deputy power. The "Franc-Tireur," whose ord that so far "the communists "it takes the mind up as with teeth
president of the Allied control com- name indicates the "underground" helped to draw up the National Re- and shakes it and bangs it and
mission for Italy. Result was that flavor of its opinion, explains why, so sistance council program of March, rakes it with aching." Drew
although recognition of Italy was an- far, France has had no such inter- 1944, tacitly accepting the democratic Pearson gets as much out of tea-
nounced in Moscow, no ambassadorhas nal trouble."It principle" and "the abolition of leaves as Aladdin got from his lamp. 8
been sent to Rome, nor has Italy has been our great good fortune private property is not listed among His forecast in Cosmopolitan of Al- F
Action
Get Into
ever been permitted representationin ," it says, "to have a man to the immediate demands of the com- lied diplomatic troubles in 1945 has.
Moscow. protect our honor and prepare the munist party." _. already come true. For Full VictorylWashington






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', Gems of Thought I t -3 @ f1I't Villager's Interest Was

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Not oj an Earthly Sort
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J ';>: IN DAILY life, what distinguishes '_'''' ,,..,..; "" : J.
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the master is the
The
stranger visiting the little
using of those materials he has
a
town
was staying at the local ho-
\. instead of looking about for tel.
Feeling a bit lonesome, he
:"'; ":'. more, renowned, or for what
G JNTLANDRCE sought to strike up a conversationwith
:.: others have used well.-Emer-
the hotel
e 8 keeper, a woman.
u,.' son. a "The villagers hereabout seem

:/":' Friendship, of itself an holy tie to be very friendly," he said.,

\ Is made more sacred by adversity. A SWIMMING enthusiast, of which "Oh, you don't know them yet,"
"3 -DRYDEN. there happen to be several millions -. the woman replied. 1!
.
wants to know more about the "Come :
Sugar Substitutes come now, protested
The to
way gain a good repu- Yale-Kiphuth swimming combination the ,
Lynn Says: lodger "they're'not '!
too bad.
,, tation is to endeavor to be what
and what they have done.
; desire to appear.'Soc Come Into Limelight Why just this morning the chap
you
rates. "Also," he writes, "can you give Sugar-Savers: When stewing with the little workshop down the '

J II'1. : me the history of the 100-yard swim- After the HolidaysPears fresh or dried fruits or making street apiece asked about you. He 1!

,' ; A little explained, a little endured ming record? I've been in the navy fruit sauces, add sugar 5r syrup' said that you'd been ailing a bit J

'I. ;", and a little passed over for: two years where swimming is a just a few minutes before cookingis lately. He seemed quite interested. -

::, ''.' in silence, and lo! the rugged big part of our training, and where finished. Don't forget to add a Is he a relative?" .";

r atoms fit like smooth mosaic. ability to swim has already saved pinch of salt to the fruit while it "No!" replied the lady sharply, :

fl'f,:' thousands of lives. Not only every cooks. Both these little tricks will "he's the village undertaker!" ''s'i
"
i: navy man, but every army man who help make the fruit seem sweeter .:

Jolly Duck for Toy sails on transports must be inter- without using up a great deal of FAST '.i

ested in swimming. It can easily sugar. RELIEF from ,f

: a Or' Lawn Ornament mean life or death to us." Dried fruits are rich in sweeten- COLD "'
syf'r 'i :I ing and be made into fruit DISTRESSRELIEF
1\ -- Well, Bob, Kiphuth has been with may ,
'
,:'.' Yale 28 years Yale has won 32 col-. whips without any sugar. Simply -i J
wheelbarrow ONE-Ease
is
THIS easy tot stew the fruit, cook and put Headache. ,4
; from of lumber. lege swimming RELIEF
1;: scraps through a sieve. Beat two egg TWO-Reduce fever. '.:ti
4' The wheel is cut out of wood and championships in' whites until stiff and use % cup RELIEF THREE-Lessen body aches. .
the last 36 I
; ,fi;r held in place with a bolt. You years.In Y of dark corn beaten into RELIEF ;
syrup FOUR-Ease
"< [ the last 27 years, g' stuffy nose. -1
; may be able to salvage a metal ,..w? ca.erA them. The amount of fruit puree '
t5,'.. wheel from discarded Yale has won 350 RELIEF FIVE-Reduce muscle aches. '
some toy.
required for this amount of
egg
college meets los- No need to Just suffer :
from
The ducks are cut out of 'plywood common ra
white-syrup mixture is % cold
cup. miseries. Grove's !
sw.i Cold Tablets
ing only nine one .o ;
,
Fh with a jig saw or by hand with a L % Since powdered sugar is more get right down inside and work Internally ,
of the greatest rec- .r and other fruit may be readily obtained than the on all these usual symptoms _yi
CUT-OUTS ords in sport. Cer- granu- at the same time. Take exactly di ;
.FOR WALLS OR as
with
LAWNs stewed or baked very little ad-
s lated type, use it in icings. Pow- rected. Large size saves money. _
1 ORNAMENTS tainly football
no ras ditional sugar because the fruit is so dered sugar is especially good <
coach or football sweet in itself. Fruit desserts are
when mixed in the proportion of GROVE'S1COLD "
team: has even approached kind to
budgets.
low-on-sugar
:c one cup to a three-ounce packageof :.
this mark. \
cream cheese and flavored with
; And it must be adGrantland Sugar-Shy Sweets :y
juice.
mitted that swim- orange TABLETS ,

ming is not only one of our greatest Have the holidays exhausted your .'

sports, but our most important supply of sugar and sweets? Today's beater until thick enough to stand

sport in war. No one can deny this, collection of recipes in peaks. Spread on cake.A :,

especially when you consider the S e4h I t9 is especially delightful spicy pudding can ph .

vast spread of the Pacific ocean. '. ( planned for the easily be made from sugar substitutes ASPIRIN
Now concerning the change in and these to AT'l1! ;:
FOR ,4 low sugar budget, are guaranteed WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER ,::4
: C ILo'S QUILT R OR SIDES swimming records that have taken for strange thoughit satisfy the family: "
APPLIQUES OF WHEELBARROW place in the last 47 years in the 100 1 may seem, *Ginger Pudding. "

yards free style the greatest test there are many (Serves 6) ",
., coping saw. They are then nailedto in speed-here are the records. ; foods which can 1 cup hot coffee -

F the sides of the wheelbarrow and be fixed with minimum of Which of his two
World's 100 Yard a sugar. 2 tablespoons shortening <:
the fun
of and
painting stenciling
& Free Style Record: Try packaged mixes, dried fruits, 1 cup molasses -
; begins. You just trace the pattern wives will he
;'"<,: Seconds candied fruits, and, the sugar sub- 1 well-beaten egg come :
: ';f> on the wood and, follow the color 189760J.. H. Derbyshire.....Scotland stitutes if the sugar canister is get- \h cup sugar .:

'y. _,. chart. 190259.6F.. C. V.,Lane..........England home to. .
.. : ,* v '190458Richard Cavill..Australia190457.06Cecil ting empty. There are many pack- 2 cups flour

\::; Healy ..........Australia aged fillings which will relieve sugar Ys teaspoon salt Mrs"Glum"
"" NOTE-Pattern 258 gives an actual-size 190656C.. 1\I..Daniels..U.' S. A. from being used in'pie and cake 1 teaspoon baking powder Mrs."Gay"or I 'l
:
cutting and painting pattern for the large
1907-55.04-C. M. Daniels..........U..S. A.
: fillings, and these come in a varietyof 1 teaspoon soda
wheelbarrow ducks and for smaller ducks
1910-54.08-C. M. Daniels..........U. S. A. '
to be used for lawn ornaments or applique flavors. V-2 teaspoon cinnamon Irritable
depressed moods often
191553.8Duke Kahanamokn....U. S. A. are
I designs. Large diagrams showing how to 192252.6Johnny Weismuller.....U. S. A. Substitute as many of the fresh teaspoon each cloves, nutmeg, related to constipation. Take Nature's

1 complete cut and assemble list of materials the wheelbarrow required and are a 192751Johnny WeismuUer....U. S. A. fruits for dessert as ,possible, and if ginger Remedy (NR Tablets). Contains no '
194350.6Alan Ford.....(Yale) U. S. A. chemicals, no minerals, no phenol
included. Ask for they baked sweeten with mapleor
pattern 258 and enclose are and
Pour
coffee over shortening
; 15 cents with and 194449.7Alan Ford.....(Yale) U.'S. A. derivatives.NR Tablets are different .
name address direct to: corn If favorite
syrup. your stir until melted.
( of -act different. Purely vegetable
>> These records show a change
: cookie recipes call for one cup of Add molasses and combination of 10
the 100 vegetable ingredients
than 10 seconds for
/" more
1\IRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS use % of a They will be
sugar, cup. mix thoroughly. 1.. formulated over 50 years ago.
," Bedford Hills New York yards in these 47 years. They showa just as good, if a little less sweet: Add and beat. 7 Uncoated or candy coated, their ;
egg
..; Drawer 10 drop from 60- seconds to 49.7, action is dependable

,!f.1:;!" '::'.: Enclose 15 cents for Pattern- No.- 258. which is further'proof that 'about 99 Marble Molasses Cake. Add sifted mix dry-in- gentle, as millions ,of thorough NR'a have yet

per cent of modern athletes are Vi cup butter or substitute gredients, until a j proved. Get a 25j4 box today...or

_',. Name..... ......................... better than the old timers. It was % cup sugar smooth. Pour larger economy size. All druggists.
.. '
It},:" into waxlined -
.; Address............................... not until 1906 that the United States 2 eggs beaten Caution: Take only as directed.
began warming up. Before that 2 cups sifted cake flour square pan and NR TO-NIGNTJTOMORROW ALRIGHT

Great Britain ruled the water and 2 teaspoons baking powder bake in moderate

L r -' the waves. But in the last 38 years teaspoon salt oven (350 deg.) ALL-VEGETABLE LAXATIVE

\9Y Q U;NTU PlETS the U. S. A. has dominated the % cup milk t t for following 30 minutes. Spread with the

water by a wide margin with C. M. 2 teaspoons allspice :

allays do this for Daniels, Duke Kahanamoku, 'John- 3 tablespoons molasses Orange Topping. / '!

ny Weismuller and Alan Ford in Have all ingredients at room tem- Ys cup sugar

CHEST COLDS front-not overlooking other U. S. perature. Measure 'out flour, sugar, 2 tablespoons grated orange rind ItiFtA t C. 'It'S-N?

swimmers who were close along- salt and butter in bowl. Beat for 2 Z tablespoons orange juice

To Promptly Relieve Coughing- side. Swimming is not only one of minutes. Add eggs and milk and Mix all ingredients and sprinkle f ONE WORD SUGGESTION

Sere Throat and Aching Muscles our greatest, but one of our most beat for, another two minutes. Take on top of pudding. Return to oven

n Whenever the Quintuplets catch cold- important sports. For it is a sport out one-third of batter and mix with which has had heat turned off, for FOR ACID INDIGESTIONIITUMS -

their chests,throats and backs are rubbed' every young American should learn. molasses and allspice. Drop by about 10 minutes.

,' with Musterole Musterole.not only Powerfully promptly soothing-relieves Above all else, it is a lifesaving spoonfuls into greased loaf pan, alternating -

coughs,sore throat,aching chest muscles matter, which few other sports light and dark'mixture..

due to colds-but ALSO helps break up ever are. Bake in a moderate oven for,1 hour.
s;. congestion in upper bronchial tract, nose *
.. and throat Wonderfulforgr 4i
{ In3 No ''Greatest9 Angel Cake. : ?

'I.._ Strengths !R There is always an insistence, 1V& cups light corn syrup UIIuJSu/IeA
J fOS MUOI ACRES AID PAIlS l Of
after from the general 5 egg whites ,
: ; year year, -
.. ;
,, ,:, ., sporting public that the. word 5 egg yolks ,, RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO _
\ .
d.tl
k' "greatest" should be brought in. 1 teaspoon vanilla

TAME wlook'Give Add it that lustre.well Keep groomed your There is no such word in sport. Not 1 teaspoon baking powder

Id': ../ UNRULY r hair lying flat. Always use even the Greeks had a name for ,it. 1 cup sifted flour
:Moroline Hair Tonic. Large 1 tablespoon lemon juice
This
HAIR I has been brought to mind by
; bottle 25c. Sold everywhere.For teaspoon salt
the number of letters that have

come in lately asking us to com- Boil syrup until it forms a soft n .rY. aeyF' :

pare the Red Blaik army squad with ball when tested 'in' cold water.

the best college teams of the past. Beat egg whites Large Bottle!!>nu noatJ'l.2-: | Small Size 60
i-I Several have asked if Army wasn't"the ,; *CAUTIOR: USE OUT AS BISECTED*
stiff but not dry, -
for
Use an unbaked crumb filling IT HI COOtl DIGS STORES or IT Hill n riceif t it price
greatest college team" of all pour syrup over ill) be madeof 4, FlORIDA
,". i:1': pie to save fat. Filling can McREIL DRUG CO., jmSOIIlUE
time.
} .
them slowly, continue -
\<,:,} prepared pudding mixes to save
0' Once again we'd like to repeat- beating. sugar.

) .,": there is no such animal. The Army Add lemon juice

relief from the torture of simple backfield with Blanchard, Davis, and vanilla. Beat Orange Fig Whip.

llS 3 i for Piles more PAZO than ointment thirty years.has been Here's famous why: Kenna, Minor, Hall and Lombardiwas this mixture until / ? (Serves 6)) 1 I I

a : First.PATH ointment soothes inflamed magnificent. So was the Army it holds its shape. j I dt 1 cup evaporated milk I
relieves pain and Itching. Second
areas. !
.
PAZO ointment lubricates hardened line. But we call your attention to Fold.in egg yolks, 1 cup broken fig-filled cookies
e dried parts-helps prevent cracking and the fact that some of those Bernie beaten until thick 1 cup orange sections
.7 soreness. Third. PAZO ointment tendsto Bierman Minnesota teams also and lemon-colored. Fold in sifted dry
reduce swelling and check bleeding. were Yz cup broken nutmeats
t Fourth its easy to use. PAZO ointment's terrific-also a few in other years ingredients. Bake in large ungreasedtube milk and fold in cookies. Add
perforated Pile Pipe makes Whip
application -
;- simple thorough. Your doctor belonging to Jock Sutherland and pan in a slow oven ((300 deg.) sections and nut meats then
orange
can tell you about PAZO ointment. Pittsburgh, Rockne and Notre until well browned and done, about chill thoroughly. Pile lightly intf

Dame, Howard Jones and Southern 60 minutes. Invert on rack until sherbet glasses and serve.
California. The Leahey-Notre Dame cake loosens. Ice with following:

squad of last fall with, Bertelli as Sugarless Icing. Pecan Crispies.

quarterback was as good as any I 1 egg white, unbeaten 1 cup shortening "
sifted flour
VA
cup
t. remember. V cup light corn syrups
Yz cup confectioners' sugar
Considering what Army did to teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons vanilla

such good teams as Navy, Notre Vt teaspoon vanilla 2 cups pecans, chopped Try Great Tonic Many Doctors Advise
Dame, Duke and Pennsylvania it Combine all ingredients in top of
:' is quite possible that Army was the double boiler. Beat with a rotary Cream shortening, add sugar and See how good-tasting Scott's Emulsion
t most destructive of all football vanilla. Add pecans and flour. Makt helps tone up your system; helps build

forces. It was certainly too destructive rolls about 2Vz inches long and J/2 up stamina and resistance against coldsif -

for any competition college Chambers'PointSaving inch wide. Place on cookie sheet and there is a dietary deficiency of A & D
Lynn bake 15 to 20 minutes at 325 degrees.
had this fall. take Scott's
Vitamins. It's easy! Simply
Menu roll in
When baked, powdered sugar
Red Blaik of Army doesn't agree and cool on wire rack. daily throughout the year.It's great! Buy

l with me in ranking the Notre Calves' Liver Baked ,<- at your druggist's today!

f Dame team of 1943 over the Army in Sour Cream .r''' Get the most from your meat! Get your

1944 outfit.. Rip Miller does. So does Buttered Spinach Fried :Potatoes meat roasting chart from Miss Lynn Cham t
x Ed McKeever, who was Leahey's Apple-Cranberry Salad ben by writing to her in care Western
?, ,assistant last year-who turned in Newspaper Union, 210 South Desplainei
\ Rolls Jelly .
jn Street, Chicago 6, Ill. Please sendI
such fine this I
after
a job season being Ginger Pudding
stamped self-addressed envelope for your
completely outclassed in material '
Recipe given. reply.
by Army and Navy. I Released by Western Newspaper Union.

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AGE FOU THE CLRWI8TON :NEWS

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Through the 'efforts of this young of Clewist6n is
The Clew ston News ; ;
man further attempts will be madeto final training as j j
secure a visit from one of the Liberator |I

PnMI-hed evt.ry Friday In Clowlstoa, units, his plea at Legion meeting of the Fourth I
Flonda by the CLEWISTON NEWS, Tuesday night having fallen onI With field combat
fnc. I sympathetic ears. We hope the unit tors are formed
will be here and our belief is that given and before !
Entered as second claw mail matter the number of donations received Our have finished a
Frbrnarv 1, ]927, at the Post Of flee In will more than make the visit worth- J Boys\ preparation for
CP>wistf>n. Florida, under the Act of
Mnroh 3, 1897. : while. Should it not come we thinkI ;
I the people of the community are entitled R. A.'s 11\ :
to know why. If it's altogeth- in the
'
Fnbllaber
CARR SETTLE.
i er out of the question to come this I A, local
Sub.'riptlon Rate-?2.BO Per Year I far from the bank we should be told t I IE sador" chapter | :;

AflvrrtlftlnK Hnt n On Application, j j I and be able to give our reason for EService First Baptist : \:
not heeding the desperate plea ofom' ., i',
I S fighting men for a little of our The meeting 1 t:
Devoted to the advancement and welfare -I blood for 'their: wounded.. I II Roast," with a
and Hendry County. I i
of Clewlston i II
piesenl. After E
fund-rats-I I boys held their i
The infantile paralysis
The House!I ing campaign-the March of Dimes :j I Miss Gervis Hathcock received a I I'I l the following : I t'i:
On -starts Monday and this is one year I'telegram Tuesday from her brother -, Ambassador :
I j that folks in Clewiston should not !'I Cpl. Kie! Hathcock, from New I Chastain; :
By D. C. S. I have to be begged for donations.? For I(York saying that he had arrived Chief, Stanley ; t

-- i during this year a Clewiston child I I there for hospitalization at Mitchell ald, De Vere ;
We had a visitor at our office the was stricken, was rushed to West Field. Cpl. Hathcock had been in ard, Dean ; I

other day, a young man who has received .. Palm Beach to the hospital and re- I I Germany when l last! she! heard frcm'I i ton.
a medical discharge from the ceived the very latest treatment for him and no details of his injury, or The following ;
Army and who is working on the I. polio and the hospital bill was paid I I illness, was given in his wire. Heie's I Samuel Griffin,
starch plant here at the present time I by the Clewiston Chapter of the Infantile i:hoping that, when a letter ani.-es Floyd Dayton a
and this :young man had a complaint Paralysis Foundation. Now it will contain good news. I Barton, Stanley
to make. Since this complaint that boy has received months of :. 9 Chastain, Alvin ;
is a similar one to one that('' treatment at the Crippled Children's T-S. Leroy Hare left yesteriHyl I Raymond '

we made recently, editorially, his I;1 Hospital at Palm Beach, has come for St. Petersburg, after spending! Bobby Garrett,
story fell on sympathetic: ears i j'I a long way toward complete recovery several weeks at his home here and i Ferrin, Dean ,
This young man's discharge papers and we are told that his' recover will be located for a time at a con- rin and Wayne i
show that he possesses type will, in time. be entirely complete I valescent home there. Counselors :
"0" blood. What this means we and he will run and play as he did s I George Serson. ,

have no idea but anyway there this time last"year. Had it not been :Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Holland.received iI
seems to be a terrific demand for for these campaigns to raise funds i a letter V-mailed from their son I : y
this type of blood for plasma at the to fight this terrible crippling disease Sgt. James B. Holland, In which he! I

present time. He was appalled, when he would never have been able I.said that he was on the water, mean
he presented himself at the local to have had the complete series of .ing of course that he is en route 'o I .,-. ....... : ;; :;
hospital to find that there were no : treatments and would have gone service overseas His APO is Nsw
facilities here for taking care of through life a ciipple. In additionhis i York so that means the European: I

blood which might be donated and mother would' have had a I theatre of operations, in all probability -
no mobile unit for this purpose had tremendous load of indebtedness in I
ever touched Clewiston. So we find I I hospitalization alone. 9 ;
another case of a citizen, himself a'I| It shouldn't be necessary to make I I I II
Had 'a nice letter ,this week from
I I
veteran knowing, just how badly this!! much of a campaign to raise plenty I 12:30 to : :
Ed Clark at the Naval Air Station
plasma is needed, attempting ?o : of money for this fund during the J 1 I up -
I at Lakehursl, N. J., in which he
answer the call for help of his buddies -|i next two weeks. It is probable that I Oyster
,said that he dropped by the office
and running up against a stone the cans for donations will be placed j. -
'I to see me while he was home in
in business places ,and possibly a I .
wall.We leave but failed to find me and \\Je
are told that there are only canvass of the community will ')e I \
regret that he failed to find
us even
two blood banks in South Florida, made. Don't wait until called upon I j I
i more than he does. He says th-
one at Miami-tho other at Fort Lau- to make donations. -hunt up the
New Year has started off swell up j
derdale and if donations are to be chairman and give him your: checka
there with rain and snow for three
made one must go to the location'of fat one. :
days and he'd be able to use some II
these banks, make an .
appointment
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and come back at the
appointed -
BRdWXIES MEET vantage. Don't anyone write him
time for the blood donation. j I that we've been experiencing some"unusual" I Fresh Lima

But there are mobile units pro-I| The Brownies held their meeting I weather. I
vided for going to smaller communities -' Civic I I
Tuesday at the Center. After I a .
and securing donations and I games were played, the following Lemon
we are told that in the north they officers were elected: President, I A press. release from the public I ,

make regular contacts with smal1(i Iris, Wright; Scribe, Joyce Bartz; I I relations office atV Ua Walla Air Coffee : .
er cities which cannot afford the Treasurer, Linda Lee. Scout pins, Field in Washington1 is. to the effect ,- .,.. r l't

facilities of a blood bank. We are are to be ordered. by Mis. Mildred i t that 2nd Lieutenant John H. Pullen I :
told, also, that an appointment for Ward ". j I ;J

oae of these mobile units was made At the next meeting posters will i Others present at the meetingwere 6:30 to : ,t-
for Clewiston once, people were be made 'showing the examples of i Ila Poole, Joyce Archibald, '
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f signed up for donations and then- the health and safety, and a prize will \ Joann Pitzen, Erna Nelson, Mrs

unit failed to arrive. i be given for the best one. Ward and Mrs: Bill 'Berkhardt. '" ..,-. ; JI.

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; Minutes ,Of i feet of new Ogee guttering to be installed -) G. B. McDuffie, G. II. McDuffie.B. sound judgment and intelligence I raised $25. *O per month and bo

>' at front of building. E. Nail, Sr., Ralph O'Neal, D. A. and who are not physically or mentally retroactive to December 31, 1944.

I : ", Patch all loose and fallen plastering Olden, H. E' O'Brien, O. A. Pratt, infirm; and the said list of Motion carried.,

(' :' I (Continued from Page 1) throughout the building. Alonzo Ray, H. E. Roath, Elbert L. persons was personally selected by Motion by Evers seconded, by

1.(: Courthouse roof be recinded. I will do this work at actual cost Stewart T. H. Stone, Oscar Shelter, them and each. and all of them, in' Waldron that the Board. adjourn.j

, Motion by Miner seconded by Wal for overhead M. A. Thomas, B. L. Thompson, JohnS. their capacity as members' of the Motion. carried. '
plus ten. per cent supervision .
, iron that the Courthouse root he etc., and ten per cent Taylor, S. E. Townsend, Chas. :Board of County Commissioners of J. O. DAVIDSON ,

.: .' repaired and other necessary repairs Trenary, H. E. Trice, 'J. F, Tippey, Hendry County, Florida, in open Chairman. .
':,: ') be made to the building and thatH. I profit. Fred Topper, they Waldron, M. S. meeting, ,as possessing all the WILLIAM T. HULL,
'. L. Long Company be employed I Mr. A. M. Henderson will be in Walton, Chas Pirkle M. W. Bigg, qualifications required by law 'as Clerk

to supervise the work in accordancewith charge of the ,work if this proposalis W. C. Owen, H. C. Jones, E. C. recited above and otherwiseaccord- .

a letter of .H. L, Long, datedJanuary accepted and'an"work will be" done' Mills, E. E. Kelly, 'G. E. Etherton, ng to the best of their respective GLEWISTON COMMUNITY
2, 1945. Motion carried. I by' skilled men in a first class J. J. Herring, W. P. ,Vaughn, Jr., knowledge, information and belief; CHURCH

,Letter ,as ..follow. : : I workmanlike 'niauner.Respectfully Harry. Vaughn, O. A. Jones, C. J. that; the said list hereto attached David' C. Haacdek, Ministef

H. L. LONG COMPANY I IJ submitted' Lovvorn, W. H. .Lanier, J.'1V. Ezelle, being pages 1 to 11 inclusive, sigaecl '
1 J\.. ', General Contractors I H L. LONG COMPANY, Geo. Espenlaub Clyde Egley and verified 'by. them hero y. .... SUNDAY: 'JA"N.. 7, 1945 .

Box 630 By H. L. Long Cl as. W. Fuller R. Browning, J. O,. DAVIDSON : I Sunday School, 945; a. m., Dr.; : C.

01 } ., i Ft. Myers, Fla. I Pursuant to the" provisions of R, M. Burchard R. D. Burchard,'' Chairman, Board of: I E. Gericke, superintendent.' 'Classes.'.
:< January 2, 1946. I I Section >40.02: : of the Florida' Sta- Clyde Crawford J: O. Crews, Albert County Commissioners for' all ages..

,:,1"; :Board of County: Commissioners; I tutes 1941, the' Board' o f County Dyess, Robert Daniels Earl J": of Hendry County, : Morning Worship, 1 :00'a. m.Communio'n .

;;. : Hendry dounty, LaBelle, Fla. Commissioner's' of Hendry; County, Dyess, Cleve Daniels, Willie Daniels, Florida Sunday. A nursed for:

;; Gentlemen: I Ii Florida, did on the 2nd' day" of January Tom Graham, Alto Hires, Alonzo I \, R. B. WALDRON, small children is condu'cted'Ii-\ the

':':: : I have carefully examined the 1945, meet in'the regular Howard, Wendell Howard, Seth A. I CHARLES E. MINER, Mothers' Club' at the\. 'Community- ,

: .:, 11 'Cfourt House building? at LaBelle and county co'mmissloners room in the ,Howard,, J. F. 'Haskew, C. C. Hires,J A. J.' EVERS Center.
'i:': recommend that, the following work! Courthouse in LaBelle,. Hendry C. C. House, Robert' Howard, Wood- ASA TOWNSEND "The1 New Covenant" is the theme

\::. be done as quickly as possible o'i[ County, Florida, there being presentJ. row Howard, Harry C.: Hansen Townie County Commissionersof of the minister's Communion. medi*
> this building from | O. Davidson Charles E. Miner, A. tatlon.
; save further May, Earl R. Murray, C. Hendry County '
," serious damage: I I R. B. Waldron, A. J. Evers and Asa Murphy Walter J. McNally, John Florida., Westminster Fellowship; meeting.
Install new wood joists and slleal- Townsend, who constituting the 'said McNally, Frank McClenithan, W. R- 6:00 p.' m. "Freedom and Predes
Sworn to and subscribed beforeme
)''. J. ing where necessary' in all flat' decks I\ Board of County Commissioners of Pervis, Berton E., Poor, Earl S. this 2nd tination" will be the subject for
day of January A. D.
,
I ;:::e' and re-roof' .same.with Barrett Specification said County, together with WilliamT. Royer, J. M. Walker, W. H Whid- 1945. study' and discussion.

{". I 20 Year Built-up Roof. I Hull, Clerk of said Board, and H. .den, W. E. Dyess, Harvey S. Dyess, (SEAL) R. N. MILLER, I You are, cordially invited to wor-
Rrt':; : Remove all Mission Tile from A. Rider, County Attorney.. S. L. Burhans Neely Davis, Eugene I ship with- us
..... Notary' Public., State of / I
I' present roof surfaces and re-roof' : Thereupon each commissionerdid u. F.rtson.Cecil :: Florida at Large. r [ ,

fF: ; same with 50 pound Asbestos Felt, prepare from the registration Grainger,. 'Frank P.: Gibbs My commission expires March 5,1 IS YOUR ,SUBSCRIPTION PAID?
$1'", and Hexagonal Asbestos Cement books' of said County a list of male J. N. Hall, 1'V.. Hilllard, Alvin 1 1947.! >
,
r Shingles in color to, be selected or persons qualified to serve as jurors Hester, Charlie Lancaster, J. H. Bonded by American Surety. Co., .

:ii-:;- as available.All I from his respective district; that Luke, J. P. Lewis, H. K Maddox, of N. Y.Motion. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING
\ i.\\; wall flashings, valleys and each and every one of the said lists C. C. McGowin J. W. McDaniel, by Evers seconded by OP LANDOWNERS OF

.\ parapet wall connections to be pro- were then submitted to each and J. W. McDaniel, Jr., M. H. Perry, Waldron that the salaries be fixed SUGARLAMJ DRAINAGE DISTRICT

; tected with galvanized metal. Present everyone of the said commissioners, Arthur Peters, David Thigpen, follows hereby given
as :
guttering and down spouting to who examined selected Notice is that pursuantto
-it'- personally and Homer Taylor, Maurice Taylor, William T. Hull, Clerk to the call of the Board of Supervisors of
r be repaired and approximately .60 ,each and every name so submitted Emory Taylor, MN.: Taylor, Peto Board Sugarland Drainage District, the an'
$225.00 'per month.
of
nual meeting of the landowners
; that thereupon the said lists Townsend, J. B. Thomas, Ernest .
John L. Hall, Supervisor of Registration Sugarland Drainage District will be
r. were made up into a single list consisting Taylor, Gilbert Taylor, T. L. ThIg- $50.00. I. held in the office of said District at
Clewiston, Florida,
Hendry County
of 11 pages, and upon mo- pen, C. O. Willis, Mark White James Mike Rasmussen, janitor, $100. on Wednesday, January 31, 1945, at
\ tion of Commissioner R. B. Wal- Weathersbee, Bill Taylor, Leon Bennett Crawford 4:30: o'clock in the afternoon Eastern ,
Road Fore-
.
i.:,..,. .. dron seconded by Commissioner A. Willis, L. P. Austin, William D. man, $150.00.M. War Time for the purpose of:
1. Electing 'one Supervisor for a
J. Evers, that' the said list so submitted 'Blount, Alvah 'C. Burke, M. R N. Taylor, Graderman $150.00 term of three years. ,
., be'' the list of jurors of -I Browning M. J. Bush, S. C. Bowles, and $25.00'for the of 2. Receiving annual reports and
j : use his"truck. taking such action with respect
:
Yr:.- os&iiI&4.. I said 'Board of County Commissioners I G. L. Curry, Johnnie Cole, Bascom Bay Daniels, Bridge- Tender thereof as the landowners determine -
1 1I collectively selected, adopted and i iI rawford. 7500. Motion carried. ; and

L'., .., 1 I approved which said motion was ,E. O. Collins, W. F. Cothern, Motion by Townsend seconded by 3. Transacting may come such before other the businessas meet-
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;.. 1 unanimously carried and the said James H. Cook, Dempsey Collier, Waldron that labor be paid $5,00 ing.

1' 1 list was thereupon signed and verified L i. C. Crawford, F.. H. Doub, Claud for nine hour days. Motion carried. BOARD SUGARLAND OF SUPERVISORSOF DRAINAGE
1 ,: by each of the said commis- Davidson Allen S. Dees Motion DISTRICT.F. .
.t'Jj I Douglas, J. by Miner seconded by Evers
! sioners Clerk DEANE DUFF, President.Jan. .
delivered the
.. and to ,
; A. R. Fussell, James Fussell Don- that the County Agents salary be 12. 19.
for recording 'in the minute book of
ald Fussell William Guy, Tommie
r the said Board of -
County Commissioners Guy, Frank Lee Hutchinson; Guy H

.w--. Said jury list in words and Hand, C. J. Hall J. B. Hendry, Jr.. :..: :..:.:..:..:.:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:.,:.-:..:.:..:..:..:":":":":":":":":":":":":"),:"),:":":":":": :
Ii '. a figures as follows: U. G.' Hedges, Hugh Hull L. M :
r- Jury List, Headry County, Florida Samuel Clifford .
Jennings, Luckey, '
!:. :"' 'Selected January 2, 1945, as pos Luckey Stafford Luckey, W. W. -"I

':'. sessing the qualifications of jurors Langford, B. F. Magill, Tom Week- I : ;
_ it 1 Y /JISlIIIld dII/d as prescribed by the laws of Flor- ley, Lester 'McCormick, J. D. Mc- : '. 'Let Us: '

cM IIIiKJ lI/IIiS I9J I ida. Leod, E. M. O'Bannon' ', J. W.- Bowles, !i" ,i --if,.i- -y .!:
J. O. Davidson, Chairman. -;- Jay: TJ.. Randall, James M. Rider, '
R. B. Waldron,' Member. Paul Rennolds, Charlie Yeomans. i. i. ,

-- your. Charles E. ,Miner, Member.A. Sejden) L. Stewart. Cyrus Couch, ", Supply You With .
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., J. 'Evers, .Member. Oscar Taylor. 1 ... ,' '
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wodc here..helpSg Asa Townsend, Member. 't'" ,J !, t't'
I J> O. Alderman W. P. Andrews, -: ,,' "lY
tool famir Board of County Com- John R. Burnett, Thomas W. Blount, ., .: .?..
responsible missioners of ,
Hendry ,t,
A Roy C. Brown, R. E. Burchard, J. "
Ask I County, Florida. H Booth, George Burchard Paul .t. :: ,.J.
their own homes J. ,, ; ,
wa .
D. G. Alston, D. ,B. Allen, Roy '
Browning, J. ,J. Ridgdell, Joe R. '
Alston, C., A. Anderson :: .WINDOW I -CARDSs"RULED :
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for complete' information. W. H. Risley, A. A. Bryan, Ed Yeomans, J t' i
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Adams, Carl Anderson, John E. : .
Marshal A. Pace, Ben Cross, C. C. .- '."
.. -,1 ;
Baker Paul V. ; :
fY Bussey, E. Bryant ,
Y Cook, Tillet Crawford, M. G. Davis, FORMS' .):
E. Beardsley, C. O. Benbow; W. :t: '
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I'J. T. M. Pollard B., F. Guy, Dillon .t, ,
Brodrick, Gordon : _
Bembry, E. B.
Hall Clyde. C. Helms, Sam E. Heath, .t" \ 'ot
&? Jr., E. B. Bethea, Sr., Charles : Perry C. Hull, Robert V. Hedges, ._ -;.:. ':* : LETTERHEADS ';-

Clewiston Federal W.Bolton S. ,Bowden Leon Bembry, R. H., G. H.' Brown, H. G. Hisler, Wade Hampton A. A. >: \ t Y'. .' .:,; ', ::
Crawford O. '
Harrington, J. B. Hendry, Jr., Ralph :
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A. Clark, Gus L. Cantrell i '. J.. ENVELOPES : ::
H. L. .
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Hendry, Lonnie Howard, George PI I ..
Savings and LoanAssociation Davis, J. W. Doty, C. A. Driggers, .:. ."" .. .. /,.' f
11 Hendry, Grover A. Hill, Ray C. .t, I *
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Otho Forrester, R. G. George. M. 1 ..
Hull, Robert E. Ketring R. F. Lewis, .s. 0" BILLHEADS ,: .s"
Harris, B. W. Hundertmark, W. C. .t. :, :! .
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Cecil Langford R. J.
Moon
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Hooker, Frank Jacobs ; ..: : .
A. H. King,
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L. .t-
Roy Messer, Wilson, Miller, S. '
W. D. King, L. L. Lowe, H. A. Land, I Nobles i.) HANDBILLS I 's.t. :
Frank O'Bannon. John Pan :t: >
,
J. W. Lolly, R.. J. Lee ",
R. L. Mar O'Bannon Tom Poole, S. W .Pen- .!. ", /.t., / 1 ..,
shall. .J. ,1 > ,
I dry, P. M. Price, Arthur E. Reck- .t. .. .. ..h -'!'A" TICKETS '. '.t"
'--- werdt C. F. Pascher, George L. :" ::
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Poole I. V. Burke, Bennett Crawford I ; -. \::' ". ". .

:). ,- G. R. Cason, Sam Carson, Hay- .X ': .-'<'-:., ::' ETC. rAt "t t'

ward Cross,. E. O. Collins, Perry 'J '(

Frierson, A. M.' Glisson, Arthur A.
NOTICEI Hall Joe A. Hilliard and Ed Helms. I a price surprisingly low kE

y/ STATE OF FLORIDA ) i --8
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COUNTY OF HENDRY ) E

Before me, the undersigned au- i

thority, personally appeared J. O
tiM Davidson, Charles E. Miner, R. B. t r : lIIif

Waldron, A. J. Evers and Asa Town- ,
M ;r send, as and constituting the Board

: WILL BE AT ALSTON'S DRUG STOREd of County Commissioners of Hen- i Quality Printing I !: .
>?a dry County Florida, who being

..1 first duly, sworn by me, on oath 't' ..F.
depose and say: That pursuant to .

"i. December 20 3 the provisions, of Section 40.02 of _
y January .
,, the Florida Statutes, 1941, they did y.s' 'Xy
gather ,and meet together in the .
-; Jan. 10 Jan. 17 J regular meeting place of the said y y fi

Board of County Commissioners of :
/; Hendry County, Florida, at the ::i: LET US ESTIMATE, ON,


I.'' :. -j, IN AFTERNOONSV: :: Court the 2nd House day in of LaBelle January, ,Florida 1945, ,and on :'_;.:. YOUR NEXT ORDER '' ::.t._;:

".., being ,then and there assemhled and \ ?.
t. "
,> convened in session, did then and '. -, ?
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there proceed to select from the .... '. :s:
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male persons who are qualified to ( .s,.
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,, You may pay your County Taxes and at serve as jurors in Hendry County r. ,s, PHONE 39 7 .s"

Florida a list of exactly Two Hun- f.. ...-. :' : .

j the same, time :purchase your ',motor, vehicle dred and Fifty (250) names of per- .s. REPRESENTATIVE' ,' : :' f :_
sons to be placed in the jury box ot OUR :. :

.tag. '. .' ..: ./ #,-, the Circuit Court in and for Heudiy ... ,,: !\' ;

; .. : ._ .' '- County Florida, for the year 1945; :: \. WILL CALL TO ASSIST YOU :.:
i. that the persons so selected to be .
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placed upcn the said jury list, and .0. \ '' : ". .'. y!
placed theieon, in addition to other _. I' ..,
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: -',:>', .; and general qualifications required s .. .. ...I:
by law, are such persons whom the :;: : :. ;: ., :
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I undersigned } ?
Board of County Com- ;--
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1 N. MILLER : missioners, under :
0 a personal selec- :i: THE CLEWISTON NEWSI .:? '
tion made by them, and each an 1 ,. ,
: all of them did find and determineto x

County Tax Collector be, and have good reason to be- f hY

t lieve, are. law abiding citizens of approved b

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6E SIX THE] OLHWISTOX NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1945 :
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I ment, was elected chairman of the aid, and improvement of the Trail I The January ceilings, lifted sharply of Florida, offer for sale to be, eoldto -
IMPROVED ROADS TOE organisation lie was -named temporarily I I south to the Collier county line I to meet the impact of damage by Florida the ,highest at 12:00 bidder o'clock, in NOON.Tallahassee February ,
to this post a week ago ata were included in the list of pro the Florida freeze, were regarded by 6th. 1915, the following described
preliminary organization meetingin I jects to be, pressed for work this Graw as helpful to growers and inline lands in HENDRY COUNTY
SV6 of Section 4,
"Ti
1$ WORKED FOR BY Sarasota. year. At the suggestion 6f C. K. with committee objectives.An EMs of Section 8, 1 "
On motion of Jack Hoist of Fort Dodd of Sarasota a recommendationwas FVC delegation composed of All of Section 10, :
All of Section ,16,
Myers, who was named vicechairman I approved calling for future Paul Dickman, Ruskin; Dixon Township 45 South, Range 33
aoup'Hendry OF COUNTIES I at the Sarasota' session, Har- widening and other: improvementson Pearce, Miami; ,Luther Chandler, I East(Lands to be sold subject to i
ry Stringfellow, chairman of the I the Trail over its entire length. Goulds; PVC Attorney Glenn Grimes Grazing Leases No. 311 and No.
-- \ Lee county board of commissioners, : C Other projects designated for and Doyle Timmons, marketing 312. expiring April 28, 1918.) ",
THIS NOTICE is published In com :
; is one of six coinlioarepresented was named to that post in the permanent immediate ,action were constructionof specialist, University of Florida, attended I pliance\ with Section, 270.07, Florida.i
in the Southwest Flor5&a organization. W. U. La- 12 miles on Road 164 from La. hearings in Washington this Statutes. The 1941. J
Trustees Improvement -
of the Internal "
-I 2 -Highways Associatio'n organized throp, also of Biadeaton, was continued Belle north to Harrisburg; construction week when OPA executives discussed Fund and the State Boardof I"
secretary: : at the request tomato ceilings. Education reserve the right to re-
as north
of a straightened highway
The organl'lation '
F.rimty in Fort Myers. I ieot any and all bids. ;
institution will :of Mr. Bentley 1 I from Barron Collier ,bridge at Punta The Florida Vegetable Commit BY ORDER of the Trustees of the !
Endeavor i a permanent to have included in, the : Speaking on behalf of Commissioners i I I Gorda to eliminate the rough curve. tee's potato division held a meeting Internal State of Florida Improvement and the Fund State of Board the "p: 1
for 1945 H. E. Keen .of Alva and ;,, through Charlotte Harbor; in Orlando Thursday, and members of Education of the State of Florida. J' ..
budget looprove-I
!-road six highway department's improvements this : Bruce Storter of Tice, Mr. String- ment of a four-mile of the FVC celery. division got to- SPESSARD L. HOLLAND Governor. k;
miles fellow urged improvement of load 1 I stretch on the Trail from Bradenton' gether ,Friday at Orlando Attest: :,
12
'Section, one ol them being F. C. Elliot, .
Secretary
Hen-
the
25 from Fort Myers to, south to Wliitfield Estates and '
to I1ar- Trustees I. I. Fund.
Boa Toad 164(j from LaBelle l
another improvement dry county line. He also present<::a i II widening a bridge over Whitaker's NOTICE Colin English, Secretary ::
and
d.sbur.g,
State Board of Education.
'an 164 south to the Collier county the views of Commissioners' Will bayou in Sarasota. Jan. 5, 12, 19, 26, Feb. 2. x r,;
Gibson of Bonita Springs and A.IJ i I! Mr. Bentley was Instructed to TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Mina I This Iq I tr nrivlnn' that It is: mv ins
Counties represented in the as- Gorton of Fort Myers on behalfof I I contact Courtney Campbell of Clearwater -r t ntion to reg-Istc-l--t-bc-rla-nic of -- \
Lee, Collier, continued improvement of Tami- new road board member ISTON ''BEAUTY SHOPPE LEiV-1 NOTICEThe
tioci&tkm are Hendry, ,
Clerk of the Circuit Court In
Charlotte, Sarasota and Manatee.It. ami Trail in Lee county. I from this district, and arrange ameeting Hendry County Florida. the said Hen- nnnunl meeting of the members :! :
Bradenton, Work on road 25, which has already with the new oiganization. dry County being the principal placeof of the Clowiaton Federal Savingsand I
:. W. Bentley of business' of CLEWISTON BEAUTY Loan Association, ,will be held in l-
former chairman! of the road depart been approved for federal I I This course of action was' decidedas SHOPPE; that I am the sole owner of the office of the Association on Wed- 4 I
the busings operated under the name January 17, 1945. at five o1-
more feasible than presenting the nesdaY1 ,
1n War n
of the afternoon Eastern
CLEWISTON
'110' ---- BEAUTY SHOPPE.; k
group's requests direct to the road I MRS. LUCILLE DOWNS.: t Time, for the purpose of: a
I board when it meets in Tallahassee. Jan. 5, 12, 19; 2C, 1945.Tallahassee. of 1.three Election years.of one director for. a term
2.' Review of the operations of the
Further discussion of a sugges-I!
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Florida past year. 4,
I tion by Jerry Collins of Sarasota January 1st, 1945 3. Formulation of plans for the ensuing i
Mack'sDrvgStorer I that the group go into longrange NOTICE year.
i 4. Transacting such other businessas
r highway program designed to counteract NOTICE i:*: hereby given that the may properly come before the meetinff. -
II efforts by: Tampa groups for Trustees of the Internal Improvement I .
I Fund of the State of Florida and the O. A. JONES, Secretary. f I
i I construction of a trunk highway State Board of Education, of the State Jan. 1, 11, 1945. ,
I i
Service straight through the state to Miami -- i'tt.
Excellent Prescription I I.deferred -until a later meeting.: .:..:MN, :NNN, :..:":NN, :..:N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:N:N:N:..:..:":":":iN:":..:..:":":":..:..:..;.:..:-- .,:.,:,,:,,:N:,,:NN, :0-:. ; i I\
ii Collins warned that construction -I 'i. .i. ':.1. II
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of the highway proposed ..r-. .t. '.I"
as
7A.M.-11 P.M. "
j I would by-pass the entire section .t... -II ,-..:

1 I represented at the meeting. :I:: WE HAVE ADDED A :: ::

F PHONE 20 Attending were Mr. Stringfellow. X r :
I Mr. Hoist and Ed Smith, Lee coun- '"
; ,. ty representatives to the association :_: ,: MACHINE SHOPDEPARTMENT :! (
J "n o.' -.1.='JII .
and '
!i W. Stanley Hanson, one I -

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J. E. BEARDSLEY'I' Ed Scott of Collier, Mr Dodd, W. S. >t \ '
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; county representatives, and Mr. 1:I: withR. :::
Real Estate I Collins, Roy Feume and Frank .t. :
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I Berlin, also of Sarasota; A. J. : E. "Bob" Waldron t: .. i;
I Evers, Asa Townsend and :
'I T. Hull of. Hendry county. Williar.l'l ::: I ::: _

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Price Ceiling _I in charge ; ::s'..I
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'7 : MISS ALICE SAVAGE On Vegetables 1 J: Any Type of Lathe Work, Welding, t t.


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\ Practically every phase of the : : Crank-Shaft Grinding By ;
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,s Hopkins Building __ vegetable industry 1I', i j ': ;
'",\.0' r :" way, into the news columns -'-' An; Expert Machinist .s.
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through activities of the Florida I .
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past week. Highlighting week-eni : .. + -
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j I January price ceilings on cucumbers 3: More equipment will be "added to :: ;

I eggplant, sweet peppers, green I i .t. t t
peas and snap beans, announced by' :;: make this one of the most complete shops _*; .;-

LaJIonte: Graw, 'Committee manager'I
1 of God following receipt of word from T. :: of the kind in the area. / :t: j;"

L. Hisgen, OPA regional price_ executive ,t, .y. t:
of Atlanta, Ga. ., 5'.s
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VI- SOUTH CLEWISTON OPA's order effective 12.01 a. m. Y '

January 1, showed the adjusted : Let us make an estimate, on", y'our =i=

Sunday: School ..............____.......__ 10:00 A. M. .?. prices as follows: -
Cucumbers, $8.90 per bushel,) : next job of machine work. :::::
Morning Worship ...u.n.. __........ 11:00; A. M. I $5.30 per lug.Eggplant I t.. ,,- .s. ,!:
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j Evangelistic Service ....___......__ 8:00 P. :M.: $4.35 per 1 % bushel I ._. .t.y

Weekly Services, Tuesday, u....._ 8:00 P. M. I crate; $2.90. per bushel.' t.
Sweet peppers, $6.25 per crate; l Itodry County o o1nc
;( Young People's Service Friday ...._... 8:00 P. M.ItfcV. I $4.15 per bushel. I t.'t' !fj 1

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MOTHERS CLUB HOLDS guest speaker. Her talk is to be WANTED
To bun 2
;MEETING OX TUESDAYThe "P.-T. A., ,. Today and Tomorrow." i i or-

I An executive board meeting of the. i j 3-bedroom house un--.
\ Mother's Club of the Clewis- Clewiston P.-pr. A. will convent &t |

I' SOCIETY ton Community Church met Tuesdavj! the home of Mrs. A. O. Ward Th1L'J1day j furnished. Immediately.,
PERSONAL -- evening at Community Center.; After: < the eighteenth, at 8:30: -p.
I III a short business meeting, during( !and all members as well as all In.// Mrs. Hancel McDuffie.

which it' was decided to extend an I 'ers, aro urged to be present. '"

II I invitation to new members a devotional 1

was given by Mrs.. G. E. t.1 '
FOR
SALE
Etherton. Following the devotional Par I J.-P. CLAY

'! a talk entitled "Are Your Chil- General Repair, Mastering' and
) J. E. Beardsley was in West Palm County Superintendent C. E. Guernsey milk cow. For Block Work r
dren Proud of You" as given by Mrs.E. .
Beach on business Thursday. Weaver of: LaBelle, was a business
')iI I \visitor in Clewislon Thursday morn- J. Casper, and a round-table dis- : information: see C. E. Chimney Work A Specialty
cussion of the topic followed. Moore .
"j | Haven. Via.x
James Cousins of Miami, former ing. '
Bailey Gov. .
Reserva
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The hostesses, Mrs. S. K. Swayneand
,resident of Clewiston.; was a weekend -I ,
Mrs. C. E. Johnson ,served, apple
visitor. Mrs. F. D. Veltri is a Moore H" II tion. I 11. : ...... .... ............. ..... .. .. .
: I)' __ I pie and hot coffee to Mrs. L. A. Anderson -'] I. : : : : : : : : : : : :. : : : :.:. : :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..

.. yen guest today, and plans to attend Mrs. W. M. Bollon, Mrs. G. ...... :: FOR .4.t .
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Charles Bolton was- business, Moore Haven-Clewiston basketball : : .,
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e !! H. Brown, Mrs. Casper, Mrs. J. W.I
.' visitor in Jacksonville on Tuesday I game scheduled for tonight. Durden, Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. LOSTFood ration: t i:: TAXICABS :*_ '

/. :! ., and WednesdayMiss -. L. L. Ellington,-Mrs. Etherton, Mrs.J. book No. 4 by-Willie E.: :'1'r'=. DAY AND KITE SERVICE o.4I ..
Walter Seison., left Wednesday '1V'. Ezelle, Mrs. C. E. Gericke, .Mrs. :!:
W; : Violet Carlton arrived the for his home i in Medford, Mass., D. C. Hancock, Mrs W. N. Martin, Ross Rt. 1 Box i 125 i I PHONE. 18 }

, first here part with of relatives.the week for a visit after a visit here with his brother, Mrs, Ed McGowin, Jr., Mrs. C.., L. Bear Beach.. 4tnJohnson's i I::.:'"....'..............................................................."......................,..o.'
by George Serson: and Mrs. Scrson. McLendon, Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. I
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Miss Betty Kay French, of St. -
T-Sgt. Leroy Hare, son of Mrs: I Mrs. Curtis Thompson and Mrs. ,Yo I -
.r.:, Cloud, was the house guest of Mrs. i
G..M.
Maude Hare, left Thursday, after D. Wylie. FORD
Maude Hare last wesk. !
Fish
several weeks at. home, for convalescent I Members of the club are urged to I Camp'?; I
Civil Engineer and Snrvejor
hospital 'in St. Petersburg.Mrs. I attend the Woman's Association (Near Iliiirlrnno fintr) i
> A. J. Manning and James Anderson \ ;
. .:. Specializing In Everglades
I afternoon
4* I -- Thursday three o'clock, Clow-Moil. Fin. I
are business visitors in Orlando .
" : this week. Charles Brown l, Mr. and Mrs.C. at the. church to hear Mrs. Harris, I Boats and Motors.-r..ul(1t' SPrvlce Surveys
, "n,: \'. -- H. Holton and children, Murrah Missionary from Belle Glade, who I Rates:' Reasonable:: I I I hone 66 Clewiston: Fla.

, ,' r.. Captain Murray Cash, Riddle and Joyce, have returned to their will be the guest speaker. '!;( W., H. Johnson, MJ!r. I I

I ; Field, has returned after spending former home in Columbus, Ga. HICHAHDSO-- !\ I ,
"JIMBERT" ,
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." 'the Christmas ----------------------.
holidays in Canada. i' -------
CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY"Jimbert"
'. Mr. and Mrs. William Peters an- t
Miss Marguerite Mizelle\ spent the nounce the birth of a daughter, ---:- 1

past week in Moore Haven visiting Mary Anita Peters, born in Fort Richardson, son' of
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Richardson, cele- f t) '
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relatives. Lauderdale last week. ----- .
---- I brated his first birthday last Friday If : cI\-.. f:1 ea

Mrs. :Ruth B. Owens and W. N. M. C. Bauer left Wednesday of afternoon. Jimbert's guests were .(1
ti r Martin left Monday to attend the last week for: his home in Frank- Terry Langhorn, Sherry Glascow, ;: ll
Linda Schnieder, Jackie Cook, Mary I
after two weeks'Aisit
Indiana
Southeastern Travellers Convention fort, a ; -' ly w
Faith Davis Martha Showls Diane 4.yyxcMsM
with his daughter, Mrs. Rich ,
Fashion Showing in Atlanta, Ga. ,
ard Yoder. Veltri, Barbara Cheyne, Bill Dozier, ; ae yep

Marty Walsh and Tony Binkley.
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Misses Florence; Graham and
Mrs J. A. Cheyne, Mrs. A. D. Parents attending were Mrs. Gil-
Bobby Spicer, were week-end] visitors
=, Richardson, Mis. G. V. Cook and bert Glasgow, Mrs. Keene Langhorn,
in Pahokee
;{ visiting Miss Graham'ssister
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Mrs.' J. D. Leftwich, Sr., were busi- Mrs. Sam Schnieder, Mrs. Gerry
Mrs. W. M. Johnson.
ness visitors inVest Palm Beach on: Cook, Mrs. Clem Davis, Mrs. M.

,., Wednesday Showls, Mrs. Frank Veltri, Mrs. J. I
: Mrs. E. L. Cheyne has returned
A. Cheyne, Mrs. Wilson Dozier, Mrs.
$ after-a short visit in Miami. Mrs.
Mrs. J. Kenneth Rogers and Mrs. 11.V. Walsh and Mrs. Lucille Bink-
Cheyne ,vas accompanied by her son,
William Brullman attended the din- ley. Other guests were Mrs. Hazel
J. A. Cheyne, who will remain in '
ner show Whitehall Hotel, Palm Schroeder and Mrs. J. D. Leftwich, "y y rh
Clewiston for a few days.
Beach, Thursday afternoon. as I Jr. .'
,
\' -guests of ;Miss Josephine Hutson I Refreshments of ice cream, birth- J

stage, .screen and radio star, a friendof day cake and cokes were: served. ON DURCFiASESFort ;
Mrs. Rogers.

__ P.-T. MEETING POSTPONEDThe I

Mr. and Mrs Lou. Mancuso haveas .--- i i

their house guests Mrs. Mancuso's monthly P.-T. A. meeting

sister, Miss 'Julia
Mancuso's: sister, Miss ,Mona Man evening will be ,postponed and held Myers' Fla. ,

=a DAILY M.1TNEE-3:45:: P.1.. cuso. Miss Savino and Miss Man- Tuesday evening the twentythird.Mrs. j

NIGHT 7 & I) P. M. cuso "arrived.the first part of: the Edith Murray, of Belle Glade, :I I 1000 First Stl'Pet .

';:, SAT. & SUN. CONTINUOUS week and, will remain indefinitely.: former fifth vice-president of, the I I < :
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3--3--7--OP.M.:: State Congress". P.-T.. A., will be,
WEEK BEGINNING JAN. 14 Mrs. J. A. Cheyne entertainedMrs. 1... _._- ---- "
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A. Richardson, Mrs Bill

SUN. & MON., JAN. 14 & 15 I Berkhardt, Mrs. Frank Veltri, Mrs.
CT. V. Cook Mrs. Wilson Dozier and ''ANTHONY'S*

:7k Jty 0 2 auhJ :' Mrs. J. D. Leftwich, Jr., at an informal ,
luncheon at her home Saturday ,
: :: SOuESSER w' afternoon.
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Miss Louise Roath entertained ,., '-' : > "
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".'F' .ffJ' :., ::1 I Tuesday guests were afternoon.Mrs. Ralph Miss'Vaughn Roath's, (;" ,j, Fe I COTTON DRESSES ::' ,

-' : Mrs. Neil Dwyer, Mrs. Thomas E.

',, % ::' Markette Mrs.. Charles Brown Miss '. '. .
,.j r.::::: ; MARJORIE REYNOLDS CHARLIE RUGGLES Gervis Hathcock :., WITH
and Miss Clarice .. ." ,t;
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: \< :: FAY BA1NTER HELEN BROOERICK I ,
; 7-;;":::". ARTHUR LAKE HATTIE I McDANIEl I Lammons. ; / '
:";" JEff DO!'I NEll JOHN PHIU1BER. '
;?:,... ; CIIIld4s.u.S Den .:a I MISSIONARY GUEST SPEAKER I : NEW STYLE VALUE"
::9 1 :; /. ALSO CARTOON AT WOMAN'S: ASSOCIATION i : .
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':i : .::: TUBS.. &...WED.. ., JAN.. 16 & 17 The Woman's Association of the : \;; We have received since Christmas some of the: finest "

-'_ _...... :...: ,. Clewiston Community Church met '
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;',', I ,. lxr : at the church : <{ cotton dresses In fact
:.' J.! 1nly' C Thursday afternoonand : we ever saw. they are so superior
{ c-'t E" G again! .
< : ''d.l n was presided over by the presi- ,
:i" V ; to offered before that have ,
\ we remodeled
anything
'JI y
) } M-G-M's 1A Ion dent, Mrs. F. E. Conkling.. The devotional -
2 was given Mrs. .. the side of the second floor create .
by David .,: east to a .
J .; f' WATERLOO BRIDGI: Hancock. Mrs. Conkling introduced ..: .
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the guest speaker, Miss Margaret -- (.,. ..;:t special Cabana Cotton Dress Shop. > .. :.. '
:. A MClTqJ(}MII'yIJycrrICT1I11\ "': : '
:: Harris. Miss Harris is an active : 1

al-' Also ALL STAR MELODIES- Society member for of Migratory the Home Workers Missionary ..: ::. } These dresses are smart in design and l so beautifully j

.'j THUltS. & FIJI., JAN. 18 ,& 19 and is stationed in Belle Glade. Miss :'> .'tailored we feel they belong on the second floor with ., '. '.

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Harris gave a very interesting' talk
;; "" better dresses. / '
on the work being done in the Ever- ; our .<.

.1.1I .1J glades by this society; ,. which is sup- 'i. ::

ported Plans by are all underway Protestant for churches.the an ,. f; We: honestly believe the smart women of the Glades- '., .

nual February benefit supper. .' '.' ,r the: Palm Beaches, Delray Beach and from Stuart to: .

ley The, Mrs.hostesses W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. J.and E. Mrs.Beards-: W. ._ Vero Beach are going to enjoy these very unusual

t 'A A. Lewis served refreshments to dresses. .
{ wiirs"LATEST : -
Mesdames J. P. Bartz: 'G. H. Brown, ,
F. I'']. Conkling, J. H. Doty, Foy i ,

I NEWS. Durrence, E. W. Durst, C. W. Fuller 'c: We're glad to announce that the express has brought .
.q.e H. R. Hall, David
Hancock, O. A. : .
SATURDAY, JAN. 20TIIi'JANE Jones W L. Lott, J. F. Morrison, "- some of the most beautiful pastel sport shirts of the.. -

W. C. Owen, V. A. Reames" Joseph year for men in all wool at $10.95 J and some wool "
Robbins, \ R. Stroud ;
M., : E O Ward.
tr ColrimZu S' :. '';and mixture at $6.95. .
, Guests, for the afternoon were rayon .'
Mrs. De Hone, Mrs. Curtis Thompson -
with Mrs. Shelfer, Mrs. Paul Thompson ..', '

FRAZEE-IHE HOOS'ER'' ICT! <:.' 'a'G01Rilllda' ( and Mrs Ed McGoAVJn. : ; ,.' r .1" ,
I WILLIAMS-SUM SUfWEPfltlE-rlllS! CSiE TiO -------, t Make "
Anthony's.your headquarters'
: F.1 11MMYYINKEIYartdH sOhl h maCarhoys fOUS yI'' ..I.. RECENT, BIRTHS ;,!,: : .'. '.
.- i, when',in town I. .
... HAUNTED 1IAR1JOR" No. IS The following recent births at the .
Clewiston Ho nltal are reported this : .. -
MID-NITE SHOW I week: '. \ .,..

11:30 J'. M. A girl, torn to Mr. and Mrs. I. P. .'
I Hall of LaBelle on Thursday night, ,-,.''
I as yet 'unnamed. .
i A boy. born to Mr. and Mrs. W

F. Martin of Clevkton_ Saturday .1 G1ty-
night, not named :

Oi 01 / O.I A gill Doris Mardelle, born to ," ,'':

.I Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth Bauer: of .- .' '. ....' ; : '.:,". ".
Clewiston Sunday: ,inorning. '
I/ IT h A boy, born to Mr. and Mrs. Ar- 312'Clematis Street West Palm BeachF"RtDAY
thur Stiles of Clewiston S
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The Latest I W.N.U.RELEASE "t..s fittingrhyme.

Sunday School Teacher-Jasper, who THE STORY THUS FAR: Zorle Corey, dios were confiscated and only curt "The instant this book finished," t js &. ..
defeated the Philistines? trho hates herself for being so meek, is official bulletins from Washingtonwere Zorie said crisply, "we'll go back to I'd start to live.
Jasper-I don't know, 1 haven't been railroaded Into taking a Job she does not issued. On the day after the Elleryton." She had a sudden thai wfcy right now
reading the liar: news. want, helping Admiral Duncan write his attack on Oahu, two, United States glimpse of the twin chimneys of the put
memoirs. She Is In love with Paul Dun. cjee, job ttkestdl
the admiral's grandson. While destroyers magically appeared and Fenwick Body Plant and of the so- my
"Don't open your mouth so can aboard, the steamship Samoa en routeto escorted the "Samoa" on her zigzag cial life-Mrs. Folsome, Mrs. Mc- my time.. :
wide," said the dentist. "I am not" HawaU a hand Is clamped over her course the rest of the way. Gonigle, Aunt Hannah. "Now let's lrhcANtt.i t
going to climb in there to work. and tossed Zorie wondered how the would all "
mouth and she Is scooped up war stop this silly argument. 0'o.J6 tr.
Into the sea. She avoids the propellersand affect the plans, the status, of Steve, He came around to her chair and II
Good Idea manages to catch a We ring which the, Lannings and Pierre Savoyard.She kissed her on the cheek. /i.--
hat this letter from some sailor had tossed overboard when had that her "Thank l'I I
"My my and hoped problem you, Zorie, he said sol 00 .
rescued,
girl friend says she got her nose learns be saw her fall. Zorle from is shock that would be solved by the military au- emnly. "That was what I wanted
recovering
broken in three places." Steve, on Paul's handsome brother, was thorities. She had expected all of you to say Would you like tS
"Well, tell her she ought to keep taken violently 1U at the time she was them to be detained for investigation be married here?" oj
away from those places." thrown overboard. The Admiral announces when the ship reached Hono- Zorie hesitated.. Her heart was WNU Features. .:

that Pearl Harbor has been bombed. lulu. But they hadn't been. Her beating in slow, cold thumps. "Yes,
own fiery hatred of Japan, of all the Paul. Of course!"

CHAPTER XI Axis powers, had made her prob- "It would be a lot of fun," Paul CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
fASESPASMSOf lem suddenly acute. Yet she had, said. "We'd have a luau-an old- .
"They can thank God they're not despite the intensity of her feelings, fashioned Hawaiian luau. Would you
In Honolulu, where civilians aren't done nothing about it. She had ra- like that?" i

allowed out of their houses after tionalized it by telling herself that "Yes, dear." .

COUGHING dark," Steve said impatiently. the blow might kill the admiral. She "I've been thinking," Paul said, HELP WANTED.
"They'll come if you want them to. had decided to talk it over with him, "that we might be married Sun-
loosen And I don't really give a damn who to tell him about all her suspicions, day." -
Helps up "RIDS comes as long as you get Basil and let him decide what action to A knifelike pain went through Zor- Persons now engaged in essential :;

Phlegm Due to (! ( Stromberg Tell him you've got to take. ie's heart. Trying to control her ment industry availability will not apply from without their state-local

discuss the future of the sugar and She had grown very fond of the voice, she said, "Day after tomor- United States Employment Service. :_
l: : <.*:. Up all night with pineapple industries with this war peppery old man. Her brightest rec- row?"
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.:::. i, .'<; those dreadful on, and the difficulties of shipping ollections of that strange voyage had "Yes," said Paul. "Why wait?
,)f.. W[ Lumber :i)
.,, coughing spasms Yard Help Wanted, white or col-
: : .....Jtj. .'''''' tha t come with colds between Hawaii and the Mainland, been her work with him. He had no We've been putting it off long ored full time,overtime,should live in Hol-. ,
,, .::: ...Why don't with all these Jap submarines fear of submarines and he was determined enough." lywood permanent work.Apply Doc.Hampton J1
you Llndsley Lumber Co., Hollywood, Fla.
:\ try the well-known around Three or four other to get on with The Book. It was true. They had. Rather, i ti
1t!:: """*,,. ,, Vicks VapoRub couples to balance the table-but a Once he was reconciled to Zorie's Paul had. For more than a year 1 1I;

M'," L' .:' steam treatment? nice gay crowd." I disinterest in his Annapolis pranks they had been on this vaguely en- Longest Distance Flight ,
: :W-. Just put a good His deep voice became a rumble. I and the Battle of Manila Bay-now gaged basis. And there hadn't beena

Rub in;a bowl: of spoonful boiling water of Vapo-. A minute later, Zorie heard a car I being fought again_with terrible new. day when she hadn't hoped that Nonstop 3,563 Miles tl :;

breathe, in the vapors. start. The admiral presently returned Paul would decide not to wait.

Grand relief comes with every breath along the path he- and Steve But that had been in Elleryton The longest distance flown non- "I

you take, as the soothing medicated had taken. His announcement left her witha stop today over a regular civilian _.
vapors penetrate into the coldirritatedupper The sudden ferocity with which feeling of panic. She realized that air route is the
3,563-mile hop
bronchial tubes. How wonder- war had burst the Pacific had
upon she hadn't the slightest desire to 0 ,
made by the of the
planes Qantas
fully VapoRub helps loosen phlegm, put all of them under an increasing marry Paul day after tomorrow.He -.
ease coughing, relieve bronchial Empire Airways across the Indian ':
upper
strain. And Paul was trying too
was fondling her shoulder. ,
irritation. between Australia
inviting the restful sleep ocean Albany, ,
hard to make for lost time. She :
you need so much. Time-tested, up "Then, he said, "we'll fly over to and Colombo, Ceylon.
home-proved VapoRub is the best was finding his over-zealousness at Kona for a few days. We'll come ;'
knownhomeremedy tf fl6/b9ff* times trying and she was finding it r. S back here and stay until the ad- I' The second longest distance is .:,
for relieving mis- Ir Qffci %& more and more difficult to keep miral's book is finished. I'll find the 3,376 miles flown between New 4 !

cries of colds.Try it! \f VA P O,R U B Steve out of her thoughts. One eve- plenty to do. I want to do some 'I York City and Lisbon, Portugal. ,f,

ning at her stateroom door when more work on my dissertation." ,-

Paul had kissed her good night, and He was trying to be gay and reck- "

How Folks had asked her-as he did so often less. But he wasn't convincing Zone easy way to :(.I.
Sluggish these days-if she still loved him, and he wasn't convincing himself.He .

she had murmured, "Of course I do, 1 L 1 Jf sensed that something was' CSThFYL1OSLS( i
Get ReliefWHEN 1 .
Happy .Steve. f wrong, but he didn't know what it I :
She was so frightened she turned r was. 'J ;

cold. But her voice must have been !_ "Would you like it that way, hon-
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too; low for him to hear, or his own ey?"

thoughts too turbulent. He hadn't noticed res.c Zorie was gazing at the garden ,
Nostrils
clogged
the slip. "This would be a lovely place to be membranes f ; 3 .11

She could not drive Steve out of ,/. married," she said. She would not swollen Quick,
her mind. And she was still undecided 1 ., try to escape it. She would go spread coolingMentholatum ,

still torn between her infatuation through with it. She could not let in nostrils. Snuff '. r ..1twellback.Speed
and her patriotic scruples.She Paul down. I. ;
had tried to rationalize it by She wanted to cry. All the time l1yitstarts 4 vital '0-

assuring herself that she could, anytime ii Paul-was talking, she'd been seeing actions: Helps \I
Thin thick 2)
out mucus;
1)
1
she wished, notify the authorities v Steve at her wedding-Steve watch. Soothe irritated membranes;
and by her knowledge that ing her with a brother-in-law's detached 8))Reduce swollen passages;
CONSTIPATION makes you feel there was still, in spite of her sure pride and fondness. 4) Stimulate local blood J
punk as the dickens, brings on stomach suspicions nothing she could supplyto"sick"areaErery -
prove. 7r "Well, then, that's settled, Paul breath brings quick, wecomerelief.Jarstubes30t.!-
upset, sour taste, discomfort, take
gassy
She dreamed about Steve. Often
Dr. CaldwelTs famous medicine to quickly } said vigorously. "We'll be married Ana
pull the trigger en lazy "innards", and there were strange dreams in which Sunday. I'll attend to everything."
help you feel bright and chipper again. both> he and Paul figured.If .

DR. CALDWELL'S is the wonderful senna Steve suspected her suffering, She was about to leave her room
laxative contained in good old Syrup Pep- I he was being very nice about it. It when one of the maids brought her
sin to make it to take.
so easy .
was, she supposed with some bitter- .a lei of white ginger flowers. When
MANY prescriptions DOCTORS to make use pepsin the medicine preparationsin more ness, an old story with Stevebeingkind As one man they raised their she put it on, it fell almost to her

palatable and agreeable to take. So be sure to all the women who made glasses to her. waist. If she had needed a com- A V.

your laxative is contained in Syrup Pepsin. fools of themselves over him. As, weapons-he had plunged into the pleting touch, the chain of glowing

INSIST ON DR.CALDWELL'S-the favoriteof for example, Amber Lanning was story of the Duncan clan. fragrant white flowers supplied it.
millions for 50 years,and feel that whole- doing. He anxious to with it
Even was get on She asked the maid who had sentit.
relief from constipation. finicky
some children love it. Most of all, she didn't want Paulto but he had told Zorie there wouldbe .
become aware of it, although she no work today.Paul "Mr. Duncan." A favorite household antiseptic dress-
CAUTION: Use only as directed. ing and liniment for 98 years-Hanford's
was sure that his renewed ardor' found her in the arbor a lit- "Mr. Steve or Mr. Paul?" BALSAM OF MYRRH! It contains
was making him blind. She did not tle before noon and she had lunch "Mr. Steve." soothing gums to relieve the soreness and

BLCATDWELL'SSENNA want Paul to be hurt. And regard- with him on a lanai shaded by a It almost went without saying. Takes ache of the over-used sting and and itch strained out of muscles.burns

less of where her heart wanted to Pride of India tree. The center- With all his ardor, his anxiety to scalds, insect bites, oak and ivy poisoning -
lAXATIVE lead her, her mind was still at the piece was an arrangement of trans- please her, Paul would never thinkof wind and sun burn, chafing and
controls. Her mind kept insistingthat lucent spikes of blood-red ginger sending her a lei-especially a chapped skin. Its antiseptic action less-the -

CONTAINED IN SYRUP PEPSIN she would, in a little time, fully flowers. She tasted her first baked white ginger lei. ens skin the is cut danger or broken.of infection whenever-

recover. By then Paul would be breadfruit. She went out onto the lanai with Keep a bottle handy for the minor

back on an even keel and they "I've been 'thinking things over," its blackout curtains of heavy blue your casualties druggist of kitchen-trial and size nursery.bottle 35 At#;

r.I would, at an appropriate time, be Paul said. "You once mentionedthat velvet. The admiral, Paul and Steve household size 651; economy size $1.25.G. .

I married.Of you'd prefer it if I gave up my were already there, but none of the C. HANFORD MFG.CO. Syracuse. N.Y. '
I o the remainder of the trip on ambition to be a professor of. psy- guests had come. The three men Sole makers of

I the blacked-out ship, she would unreasonably chology, and went to the plantationas were drinking OldFashioneds.They .
recall most vividly, not a cut-cane luna and worked up." stared at her as she crossedthe
.J
the frantic excitement of the passen- "But, Paul, I didn't say that!" lanai. As one man they raised

gers, nor the tension, the alertness, Zorie protested. Or had she? their glasses to her. It was almost
the white war-worn faces of Honolulu "Did I ever tell you how we 'came involuntary. The expression in their

t under martial law, but her by Uluwehi E Kai?" eyes was a toast. st

childish jealousy of Steve's atten- There was suffering in Paul's She murmured, "Thank you, sir,"
1 tions to Amber. Amber, with her eyes. He was preparing to be self- demurely.
Get Your War Bonds *
) lack of inhibitions, wasn't making sacrificing, noble. To please her. Steve made her an OldFashioned.She .
& any efforts to conceal the fact that He was telling her the story of Ulu- noticed dry little lines about fr To Help Ax the Axis

she, too, had gone overboard for wehi E Kai, but she scarcely heard his mouth and eyes. He looked tired
Steve. him. She was wishing he would and worried and tense.
f7 The war, curiously, affected Zorie stop being so humble. His over- She was aware that Paul, in spiteof WNU-7 53-44

scarcely at all. After the first awful anxiety to please her had reached a his resolves, disapproved of the

1(1 feeling, when she learned of the very irritating stage. She scarcely frankness of her star sapphire
devastation at Pearl Harbor and at caught the gist ,of what he was say- dress. He had betrayed it in his

the army and. naval air base, her eyes after the admiral had compli- a
JJ ing."There t.
s*... self-possession returned. Her new isn't a lovelier spot in the mented her. It was, she thought, 0
"'A fearlessness was impervious. She world than this," Paul said, "and disheartening. Paul did not want
i wasn't afraid of torpedoes or Japa- you would lead the happiest l eyou've her to be radiant. He wanted her to For You To Feel Well

i STOCK nese bombers and, as she saw nei- ever known. You'd be the be dull. He had always wanted her week 24,hours never stopping every day, too 7 kidneys days every filter
OWNERS'STAND-BY! ther submarines nor bombers, her boss of the Duncan clan. And the to be dull. ,waste matter from the blood.
fearlessness was not tested. After mistress of Uluwehi is the undis- She was sipping her cocktail when kidneys If more must people constantly were aware remove of how sur-the

Smart stockmen have relied the first day's attacks on Oahu, the puted queen of this island. I know Amber and her uncle came out of plus fluid, excess acids and other waste .
,
for years on soothing, effectiveDr. matter that cannot stay in the blood ,'
Porter's enemy was occupied with Wake how crazy the admiral is about you. the house, followed by Pierre. Am-' without injury to health, there would -.
Antiseptic Oil. It's Hong Kong, the Philippines and There's nothing he wouldn't do for ber wore the midnight-blue dress- be better understanding of why the -1
soothing tends to promote Singapore. Yet Zorie was I realize all that and I dress whole system is upset when kidneys ail
natural certain you the most effective she had, to function properly. .
) healing processes.Keep that, if the enemy returned, she realize how attractive that setup Mr. Lanning was all in white. Pierre Burning,scanty or too frequent urination -
it on hand always for emergency would not be frightened.Often be to crowded his sometimes warns that something I
would any woman. Savoyard had power- is wrong. You may suffer nagging backache -
use for minor cuts, she came upon Steve and She had sensed most of this. She fully sloping shoulders Into a white headaches, dizziness, rheumatic ...
burns, saddle galls bruises at nights, swelling.
Amber, walking together, had herself presiding this He seemed ill at pains getting up '
ti flesh wounds and playing seen over dinner jacket. ease. Why not try Doan PilM You will ;
,
directed.Ask use only as ping pong, or the horse races, or lovely ,place, modernizing, simplifying He stared at Zone, then sat down' bo using a medicine stimulate recommended the function the
your veterinarian Doan'i
country over.
j about It druggist shuffleboard. They were always some of the rooms, giving lively in a Singapore chair. He sat there, of the kidneys and help them to
i has It. your laughing, always so absorbed in parties, taking hold and running smoking one cigarette after another, flush blood.out They poisonous contain nothing waste from harmful.the ;
i each other that they were oblivious. things, and restoring Uluwehi to its until dinner was announced, arising Get Doan'i today. Use with confidence. "
She tried loot to let Paul see howit former glory Of course it appealed only when the guests arrived and At all drug stores.iXIMP.
t I I affected, her-the bleak fury, the to her! he was introduced. He spent his

jealousy, the hatred that swept her. "But is your career here, Paul?" time nursing one drink and staring
After the first day, there was little He shook his head tragically. "No. at Zorie. _
war news. All the passengers' ra l That's just it." (TO BE CONTINUED)




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By Of The Moody Bible Institute of, Chicago. The Questions r supposed to burst into song just
Released by Western Newspaper Union. before its death?

', it, a d, ;C:; 1. Why was the son of EdwardIII

Lesson for January 14 of England called the "BlackPrince" The Answers!
?

Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se- 2. What U. S. President was a 1. Because of the color of his
lected and copyrighted by International armor.
Council of Religious Education: used by tailor by profession? .
permission. 2. President Johnson. '
3. What does "begging the ques-
tion" 3. The taking for granted ,of the
r JESUS BEGINS HIS MINISTRY mean? point to be proved.
1J f'r' 4. What is the oldest royal family 4. The
riI : ( v Japanese, dating' from'
'Iff: LESSON TEXT-Matthew 3:13.4:11. in the world? 660 B. C. _
GOLDEN TEXT-Thou shalt the
Lord thy God, and Him only-worship shalt thou, 5. Is the butterfly a dainty eat- 5. No; it consumes the equal of
serve.-Matthew 4:10. er? half of its weight each day.

6. What is a peccadillo? 6.' A slight offense.
Ready for service-this is the 7. What silent and beautiful'bird 7. The swan.

next scene from our Lord's life
.
which comes before us in Matthew.

Thirty years had passed since His Crochet for Towels,

birth, but these are hidden in

silence, save for the one glimpseof Scarfs, Pillow Cases

Him in the temple which is given I

only by Luke. I'I r

These were not years of idleness or Jr ;
luxury. He was obedient to Joseph

> and Mary. He worked in the carpenter l

v! shop. He fellowshiped with God's A

people, and best of all, with His I

'" : heavenly Father. He showed obedi- /-cyJ(
"" ; ence and, faithfulness in life's ordi- T r

nary things. And then, all at once, 1 4v OI -=-
a; > the day of His public ministry was at t' .ems'
hand. $

Ei / His baptism and temptation werea

part, the opening event, of that r

ep } F, ministry. We find Him: I
r r z II
,-,; I. Identified With Sinners (3:13.15): ).

John, the fiery forerunner of Jesus, I
!'} had come with a burning messageof

repentance, and sinners were
,. coming to him to be baptized
as a
I:. S wale called cordurella, HELEN of TROY
r.y.., corduory sign of their contrition. WHOSE
/ ;+ <. fY which is voguish both for children FACE'
;' LAUNCHED A THOUSAND
.:';; :.. and grownups. You can see, Suddenly Jesus appeared. John N
3 SHIPS; WAS so BEAUTIFULTHAT
'.' "':' / f 1'' centered above in the illustration, pointed to Him as the "Lamb of
.
ADMIRERS FOUGHT '
God which taketh the sin of
away
.vu7yN how prettily cordurella makes up
;::
fr3 the world" (John He THE TROJAN WAR FOR HER.
,_":: ;,, .v : F r4S l into a cunning bolero suit with hat 1:29)) When
/ ys offered Himself for John
baptism
,
It clever
{< ; to match. was a move on 3
/ ,- demurred. There was no sin in
.-, ,. the part of the designer who tookmother's
..'\ and big sister's favorite Jesus that He should need baptism. THIS

.: play a delightful role fashion, the bolero suit, and copied it There wasp! no occasion for Him to MODERN
CHILDREN The express in a special act His obedi- 7239 MAID IS FAMOUS
picture. ,They are in miniature for little daughter. t ;
,;." dressed so cunningly these days it.f tiny jacket ties at the neck and hasa ence, for He always did the will of BECAUSE SHE ,
beanie match. The ensembleis God. (Heb. 10:7). PERSONIFIESPURE '
to
.f< would seem as if they had stepped
( right out from the colorfully illus- trimmed in gay peasant flowers to Why then was Jesus baptized? We Easy' to Crochet. SWEET

a trated pages of a story book. Designers the delight of the youngster that find the answer in the central purpose ONE, two or three crocheted WHOLESOME

1f: who create such adorable wears it.Another. for which He came into the form the edge of NV-MAID, THE ONLY

world, namely, to save sinners. Hereat lovely towels, scarfs, or pillow MARGARINE CERTIFIED
!\ clothes surely have a talent all their I type of, dress that should
'.. : ; wardrobe is His official entrance upon that cases embroidered in these floral BY ITS MAKER
: own. be in every: little girl's
I, work He who'though He knew motifs. TO BE 'TABLE- 0
. It is interesting to note the mate- the jumper. Youngsters love to wear no
.
sin to become sin for took GRADE MARGARINE.
frocks of bright was us,
j, rials these designers favor most in their pretty 'jumper I
r a' fitting'out little.folks with pretty'and cordurella, and mothers like this the sinner's place in baptism. It was Butterfly in pineapple design crochetedIn

+ ., practical, __clothes. If ,a 'vote. were fabric because it can be easily not because He had Himself sinned, no time. Pattern 7239 has transfer
The mild, churned-frcin flavor of,
sweet
but because He was to become the pattern of 5 motifs 5 11 ,
$:, taken there 'is every reason to believe washed over and over again, com- averaging by
favorite for
NU-MAID hat made it
.' substitute for the sinner. What.mar- inches; crochet directions. For this pattern a ,
: that would first ing out as smart-looking as ever.
corduroy score cooking and seasoning, as well o* for
.
:. in favor with velveteen a close sec' ,, With a change of blouse each day it velous condescension and grace! send 16 cents in. coins your name a spread andO
address and the
:j;" ond. Corduroy has a way of being gives variety, to the delight of the II. Approved of God (3:16: 17). pattern number. 114e ff\ other table
: little ,Then too it solves the Due to an unusually large demand and us..
sturdy and utilitarian with prac- wearer. The Holy Spirit, like a dove, rested

tically "no wear out about it" at the what-to-wear to school and at-play upon Him. The dove is one of the current required war in conditions filling orders, slightly for more a few timeis of .
time that it makes beautifully problem so easily and simply.Ice I
same up symbols of the Spirit, and speaks of the most popular pattern numbers. /

in dressy little frocks and cream makes a party for most gentleness, meekness, purity, peace Send order to
coats. When it comes to hard wear, every little Miss, and so does a cun- and love. your : I
njo'n ey?*e a rf;|j yy;
corduroy meets every test unfail- ning red velveteen dress, as pic- Out of the eternal dwelling places
{' ingly, and when it comes to- fashioning tured to the left. Especially does it in heaven came the voice of the Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.
dresses this winter 564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, 111.
a pretty-pretty look "partyfied" when trimmed with eternal Father expressing His approval -
x' it is proving a fabric ideal. dainty irish-type lace, as you ,see and pleasure in His son. Enclose 16 cents for PatternNo. .

The prestige of this practical as here. The nice thing about cotton The person and work of Christ bear LAUNDRY SOAP FREEWith

well as most attractive material velveteen is that while it is practical their own commendation of Him to Name

has been greatly enhanced duringthe and comparatively inexpensive, us as divine. Here we have the Father's Address every CASH ORDER for 2 dozen
last several seasons with the it tunes perfectly to Sundaybestwear 2 5c pkgs.of Washing Powder we indude
word, and the Holy Spirit's com- as"get acquainted" Kilt, 1 dozen 6c bus
introduction of an especially fine pin and to all sorts of important ing. Thus we have here the entire Laundry Soap.Mailed postpaid for$6.00.

occasions in.a child's life. Soft string Trinity.III. GENERAL PRODUCTS CO. (U-2). Albany. Ca
bows, sweetheart neckline and (Dealer A J.bb.r. Writ for PrI_>
Tempted by Satan (4:1-11). Political Parties ForgottenIn
: sleeves such this
Bustle-Back Drape puffed as prettify ..
dress, are gay little details wee He was tempted as the Messiah, Many Local Elections

a. ... .m____ young ladies, like. and the Son of God, and it was a real
testing from which need to
one we
A cotton oxford cloth dressis
jumper
learn what to do when tempted. It Despite the dominance of polit-
shown to the right. It is gaily
was threefold: physical, spiritual. ical parties in this country, thou-
trimmed in bright embroi-
narrow
and vocational. sands of local public offices are
dered banding which outlines the bib filled
today in nonpartisan pri-
effect and gives an extra fillip to 1. The Physical Temptation. maries and elections Collier's. -
says
simulated Forty days of conflict with Satan
the graceful pinafore thatis California North Dakota
sewed in as a part of the dress. made His body hungry. Under such for all
and many' other states vote
Cotton oxford cloth is attractive in circumstances it was a terrific withoutthe
local officers
judicial and
any color; but in navy or wine, temptation to use His divine powerto AT FIRST

rY trimmed with gay embroidery it make' bread. He could have doneit while use Minnesota of party and designations Nebraskaalso SIGN OF A I
but He did not. One doesn't haveto
looks more than an ordinary wash'' '

.t.; ;:;I Ir dress.Mexican You- embroidered can easily get band inch-wide trimming and live honor, but God.one does have to obey islatures choose by members this system.of their leg- 0 ...

r which adds just the right dash Note how effectively Christ used Moreover, 1,248 of our 2,033 USE666

of color to the dress pictured, at Scripture (from Deuteronomyhaveyou cities with over 5,000 populationelect ,

\. lace or dress-trim counters. Since read it lately?). It is the only their councilmen on nonpar- dizeded '
r !
tisan ballots. Cold Preparations at
; peasant fashions are so popular, this sure answer to Satan's temptations,
type of trim is appearing on both but you must learn it if you are r

" dresses and sheer Mexican type going to use it.

blouses for youngsters.The 2. The Spiritual Temptation.Here I
/r y r r Ill 'VOw) DJ.VlI ?
Satan asked Him to
young fry just love the new presumeon
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..r, The rustle of taffeta is in the air. a long time the jumper dress Christ had come into this world to // I

a This sprightly rayon taffeta that is worn with different blouses was regarded wrest from Satan, the usurper (whois
,' making such a splurge in the fabric as a fashion for the slim now the prince of this world-

,", realm is as fashionable in plaids and youthful figure. The dress is so John 12:31): the kingdoms of this OFFER CONSUMERSA

and stripes as can be, and it is just practical with the change of blousesit world. Satan suggested to Him that
y" as smart in plain colors. The bustle affords, designers decided to turnit He could accomplish this by simply
evening gown pictured is of taffeta out in colors and cuts that would bowing down to him-thus escaping FREE CHOICE OF A WIDE RANGE

s' in a lovely cerise shade. The eve- flatter the larger-sized woman. A Calvary's cross.

ning formals made up with the huge deftly designed jumper in dark Satan is busy urging men to take OF DEPENDABLE MERCHANDISE
bustle bows with corresponding green, navy or brown gabardinewith spiritual bypaths. He has his own
bows at the shoulder give a new sil- well built-up under-arm treat- leaders who skillfully evade and

houette which is growing in favor ment and a slenderizing deep V-neck- avoid the cross. They have a religion
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Victorian modes. the larger sizes. mark it well, it is not Christianity, _
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4PAGH TEA' THE GfcKWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1915

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I ,
EVERS ATTENDS forgot that declarations of estimated ing officer of the camp from now on. Prague, Czechoslovakia, and one of j ST. MARGARET'S CHURCH
tax for 1945 will be due \ Capt. Field is receiving the con-I the outstanding Protestant leaders I Fr. Peter J. Reilly, Pastor

:CONFERENCE IN 'Match 15. The number of people I gratulations of his friends on this of Central Europe. When Hitler I

who have to file that declaration'I promotion which came through this took over Czechoslovakia, Dr. Hrom- Mass: Clewiston 9:00 a. m. ,

ST. PETERSBURGA. will be less than the number that week. adaka fled with his family to Amer-l Pahokee 11:00 a. m. .,.
had to file the declaration for ica where he has been .

For 1944, tax payers had 1944'1 Infantile ParalysisContinued guest professor of theology at I.
J. Evers, veteran's scrvteQJmeniber declarations if their wages Princeton Theological Seminary, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHH. ,.:

of local selective service more than $2,700 single or $3,500 from 1) Princeton, N. J.; Dr. Hugh T. Kerr, I C. Mcartor, Pastor .
( page
return-'d married. For 1945 taxpayers will I for by the county chapter of the In- pastor iof Shadyside Presbyterian I
have to file the. estimates if their I Foundation which Pittsburgh, Pa., for 31 Sunday School-9:45 a. m. -
fantile Paralysis Church .
f conference of several agencies of the wages are more than $5,000 single I :years, and former Moderator of the Morning Worship-11:00 a. m :
I funds derived throughthe II I
with certain operates on "
:State of Florida charged with an addition of $500 for each General Assembly! of the Presbyterian Training Union-6:15 p. m. ; "
Rill of March of Dimes. Further treatment -
of the GI
:Administration additional exemption such as a wifeor I I Church in the U. S. A.; and Evening Worship-7:30 p. m.
service menvid is being provided in the Crippled -.
:Rights for returning dependent. For both 1944 and Children's Hospital in Palm James M. Howard, former pastor Di"1 Prayer Service Wed., 8:00 p. m.
women. 1945, declarations are required if the First Presbyterian Church of Ft. Our' boys are over there giving
Beach, also supported by the Foun I
The conference lasted Monday the taxpayer earns more than $100 thlt' Pierce, Fla., now director of the I I their best and many of them their
dation, and there is every hope
und Tuesday and the group included from sources not subject to withholding Department of Faith and Life of the lives to safe guard your privilege of
representatives of every selec- taxes.If I he will run 'and :play again as hey|i Board of Christian Education of the I II worshiping God according to the 4,
did this time last A few
years
year.
board in Florida as well as of I U. dictates of your conscience. Shall ..
tive you don't elect to file your final ago only the children of the very Presbyterian Church in the S. A.
the Manpower Commission, Civil 1944 return by Jam 15, you mustof I rich would' have had a chance to escape -'!i Attending the seminar at Winter we not give our best here at home
Service, Employment Agencies, Red course file it by March 15, the the Crippler 1 I Haven 'were ministers of both I jto keep alive our churches so when
Cross, Veterans Administration, traditional time. I the "Northern" and "Southern" : they come home they will feel like
| Since Clewiston residents have
American Legion, State Vocational Presbyterian Churches of the ;they did not 'fight in vain? Where
March 15, by the way, Is the final I had a first-hand glimpse of the
'Training Institutions, Industrial I ofFlorida.. will you worship this.next Sunday?
Synod j
deadline for those who postponedpart splendid work done by; this Founda- ,
and others. If
Commission you are a Christian should be
of their 1943 taxes at the time ttion it is believed that their contributions I you
Discussion centered on the part I :I I '-in some service. May wo extend to
the nation first went on a pay-as- this year will be far'I ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL
returning you a cordial invitation to be
in aiding very
would
each play you-go basis. If you. still owe partof I greater than in past years. Every i CHURCH !
with us and worship in service?
the sixty-four
according to our
veterans the 1943 tax, a bill will I'
i ,separate wage-earner can easily donate a dollar I II
lights and privel''!ges they have under be sent by the collector. I' to this cause and it'is to be hoped Services every &unday at 8:30a. A friendly welcome awaits you. Let
provisions of the BI bill. I I m., at Community I this next Sunday find you at some
Nearly all of those who-file their I that the contributions will beginI Clewiston church
Veterans' contact in western returns Jan. 15 will use the regular rolling in very shortly. I Church. -- 1 worshipping God. r.;
Hendry County is with H. L. John- )blank (form 1040), because the new Rev. S. D. Mason, Rector. The mid-week prayer' and praise :'

fcon, who is county agent, and Mr. and simpler blanks in the form of NO CADET CLUB DANCE I II I service begins at 8 p, m. Wednesday,

"Evers: who stated that he extends a withholding receipts, are not required S, evening. This service will bring to
CLEWISTOX COM"IUNITYCHURCH you a spiritual uplift during the
invitation to any and all re- to be distributed I
cordial by employers Due to the rugby match being pre-
duties
pressing of the week. Come
turufng veterans of this section to until Jan. 31. Few employers sented by the Riddle Field cadets, I
( David C. Hancock, :Minister i
i apart and spend this hour with God
I I.
...... fellowship and
= within their rights. In Clewis- no cadet club dance that evening. praise.
'tBn the contact is the selective service "Cold homes later on thIs winter, I I SUNDAY, JAN. 14, 1945 Choir practice Thursday at 8:00p.

board in the administration with no extra rations available will Rev. Hancock Attends Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.., Dr. C.I m. All members of the choir are

)) 1ding. be the inevitable result of ever- : i rEo Gericke, superintendent. Classesfor requested to be present. IMPORTANT -

Minutes of the conference and a consumption of oil now," district Winter Haven Seminar all ages. I T !

copy of the bill of rights will be'mailed 'OPA director warned users of fuel j 1IorningVorship, 11:00 a. m. A, It is very important that allof : ,
to Mr. Evers at a later date oil today. I! -- nursery for small children is conducted the teachers and officers of the .

at which time he will be able to release I Rev. David C. 'Hancock, pastor of by the Mothers' Club at the i Sunday School meet Friday night at .-

more for publication. FIELD PROMOTED the Clewiston Community Church, Community Center."Conscience" 'I the church. Time, 8 p. m. Let us ..
I attended a Faith and Life Seminar, is the theme of the have a 100% attendance upon this

Deadline Guards at the Prisoner of War for ministers January 3 and 4 at( minister's sermon. I meeting. ,
Jan. 15th I j
Camp at Liberty Point' and friends Winter Haven. | Westminster Fellowship meeting "To have the resources of the "

For Some Income here will have to accustom. them- I Leading: the seminar were: Dr. at 6:00: p. m., at the church. I Scripture a one's disposal is a I

selves to saying Captain Field in- Joseph Hromadka, former professorof I! You are cordially invited to wor- tremendous help in achieving the 1

Taxpayers dressing or discussing the command- theology at the University of': ship with us. conquest of Temptation."


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January 15 is one of the important i\
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'and special inducement to many taxpayers i'
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to wind up all 1944 income ',. .. .
tax obligations by Jan. 15 instead of '.' ,': :

March 15. Millions of persons will .' f. Tomorrow-magic tomorrow-when our ,:::. :.,- j

\3o Just that.January 15. is the deadline for: .-: -< >. : tremendous energy is released to build ::;!:2}!, ;

':: such world few have dared to dream. < :"
\.--Paying' the final installment r ',. : a as men (: :
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2-Filing an amended declaration F< ':-i South Floridians will set the pace in homebuilding ', ,':

'of estimated tax for 1944, if it looks '\ They will build wisely. -in. the spirit : f-;'

"as though your estimate of last April .: j of the new world coming a world in which"t: '-I I t
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the tax by more than 20 per M A K E WAY FOR. factor in the.home of tomorrow as much ofa ;>, .

ent. necessity as a kitchen range. As pioneers in :" ,'z:,
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estimated tax for 1944 if you .
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not; yet done, it. Farmers, especially : t h east three I years air-conditioning equipmenthas .: ..-:

are. affected by this because they '." -X:s' ",. ;; gone to the war effort, we have maintained"1::.:
Mere not required to make such a I
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declaration last April. ,k our engineers your ; q

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was originally Dec. 15 and was '
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