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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 26, 1945
Publication Date: 1928-
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Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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i r',,-':: FRIDAY JANUARY 26 1045' SUBSCRIPTION.
VOLUME 16-NUMBER SO CLEWlSTON, FLORIDA, O PER YEAR

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'-' For On Homey Mrs. Woodward ResignsAs
Benefit Dance Way HENDRY COUNTY'S
\ GERMAN PRISONERSARE I

St. Martin's Church "_.._... Chief Clerk In'

CAPTURED NEAR Next Saturday Night y 4." i < ':{:: Rationing Office HereMrs. RECORD FOR SEAL



FISHEATING CREEKCapt. A benefit dance-will be held next V. C. Woodward, who has SALES 'VERY GOOD
served as chief clerk in ,the local War
February 3, at the
night
Saturday : Price and Rationing Board office

Dwight Field, commanding Sugarland Park Auditorium for St. for the past several months, has That Hendry County has again

officer at the German Prisoner of Martin's Episcopal Church and everyone ryy tendered her resignation and will made a :splendid record in the purchase

War camp at Liberty Point and R. is cordially invited to attend. .. be succeeded on February 1 by: Mrs. of 1944 ,Christmas seals from

G. Danner, special agent In charge The' orchestra for the dance hat C. J. Nielsen. Miss Leah Richaud the Florida Tuberculosis and Health

.. of the Federal Bureau of Investigation has taken the' position of assistant Association, was announced by the
not yet been selected but good music >'''>>': clerk which has been filled by Mrs.
for the Miami area, announced .'<., .: .F Clewiston chairman, F. Deane Duff
Thursday the and a good time is assured. Pro- Nielsen. Total sales in 1943 In
' jointly morning capture ..... ," Hendry
'
:" of two prisoners of war who ceeds from the dance will go Into : The rationing board office Is now County were ,,$290.75, and in the

t had made their escape from the the church building fund. closed to the public every morningbut entire state, $236,928.59. To date

Liberty Point camp about eleven be is open from one to five each 1944 Christmas Seal sales' In Hen-
will $1.65 per'cou-
Admission
,
,
o'clock Tuesday evening. for service men) tax in- :.: afternoon. Those who make appli- dry County' amount to $365.53, and
ple ($1.10.
;- The prisoners were appresended cluded. Tickets are now on sale cation for lost ration books should in the entire state, $281,326.41.The .
by two Glades County law enforce- from of remember first to report the lossesto followingis a list of Hendry
and be purchased any
?: :ment officers, Deputy Sheriff Lacy I the Episcopal may ladies of Clewistonor the police and are reminded fur- i County participants in this great
'
R. Raulerson, Game Warden Barney members of the church in ; ther that the press of work will work:

1i :Snell and Fireman 2-c Charles Keller other from localities around the lake. : make it impossible to replace these D. A. Anderson, '$1.00; D. G. Al-

; home on leave from the U. P. "...... MS __AM.....___._ ..nn...."_ books under ..thirty days. ston, $2.00; Geo. E. Bellamy, $2.00;
;_=; :Navy, as they walked northward ---- -- --- I. S. Bell, $2.00; C. O. Benbow,

fralong Highway 67 at Fisheating J. E. GOODBREADCapt. 2.00, ; H.. A. Bestor, $2.00; C. H.

Creek near Palmdale about midnight WILLOCK ADDRESSES BOND ATTORNEYS GO Berner, $2.00; M. T. Bennett, $2.00;
J. Goodbread after
Eugene
R Wednesday. The officers, J. E. Beardsley, $2.00; R. M. Bi

4-, accompanied by the young sailor had sixteen months in the European I II shop, $2.00; M. W. Bigg, .$5.00; D.

:- been on the lookout for' game violators COURSE: 21 CADETSAT Theatre of Operations as a combat AHEAD WITH PLANS H. Binkley, $2.00; Dr. B. A. Bourne,
is his home for
pilot, on way reassignment
but were aware of the prisoners I $2.00; W. E. Bolton, $1.00; Charles

:: escape through the general alarm I I and has probably seentile Bolton, $2.00 ; Arthur Bong, $2.00;

which had been sounded about noon WINGS PARADE end of combat. This informa- FOR SCHOOL ISSUETwo Shirley Bowden( $3.00; M. Bobst,
tion received this week Mrs.
,' that day. The prisoners offered no was by $1.00; W. L. Blume, $2.00; J. L.

resistence and were returned at Gorda Collins in a letter'from Capt. Brantley, $2.00; H. R. Brinton,

once to the POW camp. ,Battles of tomorrow are won on Goodbread a day or two before the bond firms submitted unusually $2.00; G. H. Brown, $2; Wm. Burk-
The Ger- the flying training fields of today, news release which follows was. received hardt Motor
escaped prisoners were low bids for handling the $2; Clewiston Co., $10;

hard Anklam, 21, and Wilhelm Air Vice Marshal R. P. Willock, by the News. arrangements for the school bond Clewiston Laundry, Inc., $2; Clew-

,.' ..,' Stuettgen, 22. Stuettgen, a native CB, deputy head of the RAF dele- Capt. Goodbread hopes ,to be issue for the, Clewiston. school district iston News,' $1 ; Reed C. Clary, $2;.

g#:.;;: of Dusseldorf, now under Allied gation to the British joint staff mis- home in February and told Mrs. at a special meeting of the E. M. Cornette, $5; F. E. Conkling,
'
.'fi :::" siege, was: captured in Tunisia in sion in Washington, told RAF cadets Collins that if she should see some school board in LaBelle Monday $1; Geo. E. Collier, $1.

:', 1943 Anklam, a native of Berlin, of class' 21, at. graduation old man wandering in some day not night and the, bid of Ranson-David- G. H. Cook, $1; James L. Cousins

.., $ was captured in Italy last Septem- exercises at Riddle-McKay Aero to be surprised-it would be him. son was accepted for .98. of one per $5; J. D. Darby, $2 ; Donald

I:", College here Saturday.Air "Of course", he said, "I'm not walk- cent: handling charge., Day, $5; L. De Marco, $2; Mrs.

.\. ber.When apprehended the prison- Vice Marshal Willock pre: ing on crutches but I'll' admit thatI Attorneys stated that they would Irma Delaney, $1; Mrs. H L. DeLaney -

"X, ers were wearing their German sented wings to the cadets. Diplomas -I have little use for ,a comb any proceed at once with preparation of $2; C. L. Downs, $2; J. Don-

,. ; uniforms, which the terms of the were schoof John G. McKay, I more." Said he was looking foijWard -- proper legal advertising for the ley, $2; W. B. Dozier, Jr., $1; M.

1 (:- '. Geneva conference permit them to owner of the "and prcsidf-i:;: .,.j to some of Mrs. Collins baked I bond election and then would pre- M. Driver, $2; F. D. Duff, $2; Foy

:;;:! ,}} retain, over which were Americans of Embry-Riddle Company. beano- i ..J.T wn, pie and she says pare petitions to be circulated among Durrence," ,$2; J. W.: Durden, $2; E.

:,;-, ,' ? Issue raincoat, were marked plainly Outstanding .cadet of the class was that he can be sure -heJl' get them the qualified electors of the district M. Dull, $2; G. E.Etherton, $2;

) : with P.W. They ,had no food but W-O J. A. MacDonald, from Rook- when he arrives home. _, which must be signed by at least Dr. J. W. ,Ezelle, $3; D. C. Fair,

rt: had a full kit of toilet articles and hampton, Queensland Australia.. He In speaking of his combat, operations twenty-five per cent of those quali- $1; J. M. Fountain, $2; G. M. Ford,

"<; ': :smoking tobacco but no cigarettes., received a wrist: watch presented by Capt. Goodbread said that a fied.: When the election is called $5; J. M: Garcia, ,$2; Gratton

.:..:':',:-, A, general alarm vas' sounded McKay.Air Navy flier had been quoted as say- at least ;fifty-one per cent of the : George $2; R. G. George, $2; C. J..

>.. 'Wednesday morning and guards Vice Marshal Willock con- ing that four months of combat was(qualified" electors will have to cast I Gonterman, $2; Howard Graves $1;

were posted ,at all bridges' and highway gratulated the class,:, and thanked all any flier could stand.., Having I a vote and a majority of, these must:; David Hancock, $1 ; Lieut. S. Har-

: ,,?, junctions to stop oars ,and! Investigate :McKay and members vbf. _p he.school's stood 'sixteen- months ol. it, he feels 'favor the issue before' 'thV:'bonds can vey, ;$2; Drew Hampton;' ,$2; Geo..
r >" c<' lltents. Planes from :civilian staff for their-'Kindness' and like he may 'be deserving:;of'':a rest. he 'printed and 'sold. 'At: !lf* st 'four L. Hall, Jr./$2; l !"P., HaKlin, $2.

? 'Riddle Field' also ,entered :the search I cooperation--in the training, of the. Following is the press release weeks' ad.ertisirig'will be ne*?frv Coleman Hall, .$2; J. B. Hendry,'

...7(:; during the morning, but it was evident cadets." from the Public Relations, office at before ,the ,election can- be held a -Jf" ; R. J. JJlaverty! !, $1 ; ,,Arch'.Hodges -
; := ; that the prisoners had determined "When these boys are in'corribat his base: the bonds 'must be advertised 1:1[ s 2--; I. R. Holland i, $2; L. M.'

travel at and ] they will be better trained, better Hutson, $2; B. W. Hundertmark,
to only night
AN EIGHTH AIR FORCE REC- sale, ,also, after the bond issue is
e, dude out during the day. 'equipped, better armed than any I ONNAISSANCE STATION ENG- approved; I I $1;, Wm. T., Hull, $2.10; F. E. Hun-
Nazi with whom they will come 'in ziker, $2 ; L. M. Jennings, $2; Bob
Capt. Field stated that terms of LAND-Captain Jonah E. Good- The proposed $450,000 bond iSsue
contact, he'said.. "These cadets I M. Johnston, $2 W. A. Jones, $2
; ;
the Geneva Conference do not 27 of Clewiston holder of ,
per- bread I for the erection of needed schoo,
have had a unique experience in re- Tl H. Jones, $2; O. A.. ,Jones $2;
mit the of for the and
punishment prisoners Distinguished Flying Cross facilities in the Clewiston district
ceiving their training in' America.In H. C. Jones, $2; Carl E. Johnson,
;; : :attempted escapes other than the the Air Medal with ten Oak Leaf and the repair and revision of existing -
ordinary times, such a, trip would I $2.50; John J. Kettl, $2; P. ,"H.Kinsey .
restriction of privileges. However Clusters, has completed 53 opera- facilities will add slightly to '
P. have cost them hundreds of pounds. i I I $2; W. D. King. $2; A. H.
m \ ; they, may be punished by civil courts tional missions .in Mosquitoes at the taxes of those property owners I
They have had a wonderful experi- W. H. Lanier $2 Otto
: King $2 ,
,
; ;
:',.';: for any criminal offense which maybe this base where he is a pilot, flying east of the Devil's Garden road and I
;: '; ence in mixing with their great I Larsen, $5 ; LaBelle Motor Co., $2;
; '.{. committed while out, of custody: weather reconnaissance missions over south to the county line and it is
American friends and they cannot Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, $2; J. D.
r Both Capt. Field and Mr. Danner enemy territory. In his unarmed estimated that the bonds can be paid
(Continued on Page 10)) I II Leftwich, Sr., J. D., Leftwich Jr.,
/ expressed appreciation to all civil craft, he completed 201 operationalhours off with the assessment of not more
,, Harry Lehman, $2; C. W. Lingham
;: officers who had assisted in the : than four and a half mills additional -
M. W.. ChairmanOf $2; Dr. W.. L. Lott, ,$2 ; J. V. Lof-
Fy search, to Riddle Field for the use Bigg A former ,B-17 Flying Fortress taxes. This area is known as i
1h .. ton, $1; C. J. Lovvorn, $2;
of their planes and pilots in theM pilot, he completed 25 operational special school tax district No.7.
Red Cross War I W. N. Martin, $2; Mary Markette
? search and particularly to the three missions and 176 hours in the heavy
: Public opinion expressed to date
$2; C. A. Martinez. $2; C. L., Mc-
t yY:i,' Glades County men whose alertness Fund Drive Here i bombers, and also numbers among appears to favor the issue and it is Lendon, $2;, P. D. McCracken, $2;
:."{ resulted in their capture so quickly his awards the European Theater of expected that the bond issue will be
.. -::.-- I R. N. Miller, $2; E.. C. Mils, $2;
/:: after their escape.! Operations Ribbon with two Bronze voted, at the election, by a big ma- Miscellaneous sales at Postoffice,
M. W. Bigg will chairman Stars and a Presidential Citation.'
: { serve as I I jority.' $11.43: Jay W. 'l\1oran. $5; A. L.
,
f: and Mcs. M. M. Prewitt as co-I The son of Mr. and Mrs. P. E.'
March of Dimes I ----- Moon, $2; J. F. Morrison, $2; Mr
,. chairman of the National Red Cross Goodbread South Bay, Capt. Good-
,
Kiwanians Guests J. W. Moore, $2; N. V. Mumford,
-
; Dance To Be Held War. Fund' Drive in Clewiston, it bread is a graduate of Pahokee ; Nall
I $1; Frank) :Mueller, $1 ;; B. F. ,
was announced this week by :Mrs.R. High School, Pahokee, Florida, and At Pilot's ClubWednesday
Sr., Mrs. C. E. Nall, $2; W. F. Nail,
F::: On February 10th Y. Patterson, chairman '
of the
was a commissary manager in ,Clew- $2; W. C. Nail, $2; Mrs. Babel Nelson -
> t __ Clewiston Red Cross Chapter. iston before entering the army in Night
; '. '\ $1; F. J. O'Hara, Jr., $1; H.
r'.". The recreation committee of the The drive will take place betweenthe April, 1942. He took his pilo'ttraining J. Oglesby, $2; Mrs. Ruth Owen, $2;

::; United States Sugar Corporation announces first and fifteenth of March and at Randolph Field, Texas*, I Officials of Riddle Field enter- I W. C. Owen, $2; C. V.--Parkinson,
.
r s' this week that a "March of ,, Miss .Katherine Olsen, special Red and Ellington Field, Texas, and has tained the Kiwanis ClJ.lb..at dinnerat I $3: Rv Y"Patterson$3: ; W.. -H. -i

:' "Dimes" dance will be held on Satur-!I I' Cross field representative, was here been \'pverseas since September, 1943. the Pilot's Club- Wednesday)' "even' Peters, $2; W. W. Perry, $2;

:..<:;:, day night, February 10, to 'raise the first of the week making tentative Two brothers are 'also in service; ing, the' regular Kiwanis', meeting, I Charles M. Pirkle, $2; G. N. Pit-

I ::: funds to swell the contribution of plans for the drive. She expects Private Alton ,.1\. Goodbread, with night, and the affair was thoroughly zen, $1; Fred S. Perry, $2;

, 'Clewiston and Hendry County to the to return in February to meet the Army :Medical Corps and Able enjoyed by all attending, I W. C. Prewitt, $2; M. M. Prewitt,

':. infantile paralysis fund. with local workers and map out a Seaman Howell Y. Goodbread with De' of $2; G. B. Rackstraw, $1 ; Hurd L,
Lawrence Marco, manager
The dance will be held at Sugar- campaign.The the Navy. the (Continued on Page 10)
the Pilot's Club, prepared very
irJr. land Park Auditorium and the auditorium Clewiston quota this year is tasty dinner of barbecued spare ribs -- ,

R,:';.'.' and orchestra is being furn17 something over $2,000 and every Only 12 More Days and also furnished a great share of Tax Consultant To

; .: ished free in order that all proceeds effort will be made to exceed this the entertainment with his bag of

i'. 1-7 derived from the dance may go to quota for this contribution to a 'So Hurry and Get 'Your Ticketfor slight of hand tricks following the Be Here February 12

' i the fund. very needed war work. The national That dinner.G. -- ,
Everyone is asked to keep this quota has been set at 200 mil-
BIG ANNUAL SPAGHETTI SUPPER .. H. Brown presided at the John H. Maloy, jr., of Sebriiig,
(. date in mind and make arrangements lions, the lowest figure possible f io
Recreation Hall meeting in the absence of President former deputy collector of internal
to attend. Although being carry on this work which is now Sugarland
n. C. Wilson and he made a brief revenue of the West Palm Beach
'f, held after the close of the national costing. approximately $7.00 a sec- February 8th 5 'til 9 P. M.
business for
talk in which he expressed the ap- district and now In
'
', : drive it will not be too late for this ond.
I Benefit Women's Association preciation of the club to the Riddle himself as a special tax consultant
contribution
be used.
"f' to It was pointed out by Miss Olsen Community Church. This year we Field officials for their hospitality.J. will be in Clewiston the week be-

,. that the quota which ,will be set for find ourselves in need of a larger E. Beardsley also, after introducing ginning February 12 to assist local -

Point Values Placed Clewiston is the National quota on- church, so as usual, ahem! the officials and members, took the taxpayers in preparing their income -

ly since, the local chapter has suf- church ladies are out full force' to occasion to add a few words of ap- tax forms or giving advice on

,_ On Fruit Juices ficient funds on hand to meet the I make this' year's supper the biggest preciation. other federal tax matters. ,

--- local need.' All amounts raised in success yet. You can all help by not Among the guests were W. C. MiMaloy: plans a schedule of

; .. Restoration of point values to I excess of this quota, however, will only coming yourselves, but by seeing Lindsev, Commanding Officer for fees in keeping with the work involved

., canned grapefruit juice and grape be divided, about 78.6 per cent go- that your friends and ,neighbors the RAF at Riddle Field, Major S. iu working up the return.J. .

," 1 fruit-orange juice combinations was ing to national and the remainder come, too. L. Keats, head of the ground school ]I,!. Couse, who has previouslydone ]

,' .- necessary to provide equitable distribution going into the treasury' of the local Now for those mothers and dads instruction, and F-L Buddington. most of the income tax work

f" ,.,;' '. of available civilian stocks, chapter. who would like to eat their dinnerin Riddle officials present were J. W. here announces that his office will

.. ;: f. Chouncey Butler OPA district .director A plan is being worked out by peace without having to watch Durden, Capt. M. Cash and Capt.. be turned over to Mr. Maloy and
; at Jacksonville said. The chapters to each' that the majority of the returns herhas
many ask workingman that Johnnie or Mary put cm !.hwarbt; ..
.1 F t J.t action was taken 'at the same time to contribute one day's pay to their best manners and eat just so, children 50c. been making will be referred to
that the War Food Administration this fund and those who are not we have 'planned a table exclusivelyfor him. Mr. Couse stated that the

froze: sales of these juices by can-' working on salaries to be as gener- the ,sj all fry. woj-k!: involved in knowing up with

ners for an indefinite period until ous as possible. If this is carried We might even furnish dinner Will see you February 8th. the many changes jn the l?ws from
-. increased military requirements out Clewiston will have' difficultyin ROGERS IJ to required mnvo time!
is are' no music as well as the good looking: MRS. J. K. year year
.nlet.- meeting its quota. waitresses and all for only $1.00-- I Finance Chairman. than he was able to put into it.




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taxes i in the. cars "s

Do not use electrical appliances .. / WNU RELEASE And see the "crankydisposition" I i;

while in the bathtub. You are THE STORY THUS FAR: Zorle Corey, "Yes," Paul agreed. "We must fore she was aware that; she had I scars : ;

liable to get a fatal. shock. who hates herself for being so meek, is 'be careful. This is dynamite." commanded her legs to carry her 33 think I'lliry to' keep : ,\

I railroaded into taking job she does not She was suddenly alarmed, frightened fast as 'they could. Steve had said my tKovtfKts sublime.. i
write his
Admiral Duncan
want, helping '
To repair a leaky vase,
pour at what Paul with this he would I
dangerous meet Pierre at the
melted paraffin into it and let it memoirs. She is in love with Paul Dun garageat And thus c.on5e.rve. mycovntenance :
can, the admiral's grandson. While knowledge in his possession, exactly eleven. There was timeto .r' I
harden over the spot where the. aboard,the steamship Samoa en route to might do. She was afraid that his spare, but she must reach him ;

leak occurs. Hawaii she is tossed overboard, but Is hatred of Steve might urge him into and tell him what had happened. in time.. (. '\
rescued. On recovering from shock she something sheerly vindictive.She What he chose to do about it did not R iecArtrl )()) [!
Limp throw rugs. can be stif- learns that Steve, Paul's handsome broth. didn't trust him. "Paul, I concern her. Paul had deliberately =.. f fIt
fened by applying white shellac or er, with whom she is Infatuated, was want jeopardized lt
you promise me! Steve's life by'what he
chip glue to the back. Use half 'a taken violently 111 at the time she was"thrown t
had said, and Zorie felt that it 4
off the boat. Pearl Harbor is "I understand; Paul said, and he was
pound of chip glue to two quartsof her
bombed while they are steaming to. laughed softly: "You want to save simple duty to warn him. If
warm water. Stretch rug, tackit wards Hawaii. Two destroyers escort him. You love the man. He's your Savoyard and Lanning really be-
in place, apply solution to back, them to Oahu. After landing, Paul releases -, hero. You adore him. But don't lieved that he had all this time been

let dry 24 hours. Zone of her pledge to marry forget that I have a sentimental double-crossing them, they would WNU Features.

him. stake in this, too. Steve is my broth- certainly kill him without hesitation. c t

er-my only brother! The big brother Certainly, they had given a sufficient

6 I r CHAPTER XIII ,whom I've always envied and demonstration of their ruthlessness.She CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

worshipped and feared! And he's a recalled the look Pierre had

Mr. Lanning's throaty voice said: traitor to me and my family and given her before he ran from the iJ'

"I have already anticipated this my country. I've got to think of lanai, and she ran faster, holding up i ::1

.problem. My suggestion is that you all those things. I'd like to save her sun-pleated star-sapphire dress i

and Pierre go to the listening post Steve, family and country, too." so that she would not trip on it. AGENTS WANTEDLADY i

and secure JY-419. Once you haveit Pierre Savoyard and Winthrop She ran past the tiny farspacedblue ;,.
WANTED In community. both '
Pierre will ,tell you where and to Lanning returned to the lanai, but lights that' marked the path to rural and city to every sell line of household, ;;

whom it is to be delivered. Not Steve did not. the garage. The garage, when she necessities such to scarce her neighbors.items as Our cheese line and includes -

that I don't trust you, Steve, but Zorie glanced at her watch. It reached it, was dark and empty. laundry soap. Liberal commission. General
said ten twenty-eight. She hadLanning's Products Company (U-3). Albany. Georgia.
the present situation is too critical now "Steve!" she called. "Steve!I"

for taking chances." WANTED-MEN. WOMEN Agents to take t
"I said. "I :;;.r. :' .,_ ,.1 He did not answer her. She lookedat orders for Parker's Corn Remover. Make i
understand, Steve her watch again. It said ten I big money during spare time. S. Parker, e
hope this person you have in mindis forty-five. Steve might not be here 1SM:: Corcoran, N.W.. Washington D. C.

prepared to get it off the island for fifteen minutes. He might be in i

instantly.,, That will be no small job his room at the house. LAND FOR SALE
in itself. Under a navy ruling, all
She started breathlessly along the
small boats have been ordered to re- California Tax-Delinquent Lands -
path toward the house. And as she .
main in port. The logical, simple Selling at fraction of true values: deeds
9 i started, she heard, off to her right, direct from State; inquire TAX LAND
way would be for a rowboat to takeit SEARCH,P.O.Box 46J Eureka,
in
the jungle-like garden, a familiar,
aili''EIxCINDERELLA out and turn it over to the com-
Y terrifying whisper."Ahnah .
mander of a Jap submarine-if the RE"I"I
WAS HUMBLED Japs are to be allowed in this. A r df !" it said. "Ah-nah!" Buy War Savings '

rowboat could slip out without be- There were sounds in that direction -
AND BEATEN AT HOME. BUT ..
ing noticed and it could make con- as if someone were struggling -- -- -
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WHEN THE PRINCE SAW HERAT tact with a Jap submarine previously or nounaering about m me aense DON'T FOOL J

A BALL, HE INSTANTLY notified by a short-wave station." growth. Then she heard a soft

FELL IN LOVE WITH HER.. "The problem of getting JY419off rt A tl. thump-a sound that might have WITH COLD MISERIES ,

this island," Mr. Lanning said been made by a body falling. HERE'S FAST RELIEF :j

with, a touch of irritation, "has already She flattened herself against a

been worked out. When do l.. tree. The man passed within four RELIEF ONE-Ease Headache. :

FAMOUS AS A you and Pierre plan to leave here feet of her, walking rapidly towardthe RELIEF TWO-Reduce fever :-
SYMBOL OF PURITY for the lookout?" garage. :
RELIEF THREE-Lessen body aches.
AND SWEET WHOLE- "As soon as possible after the The man was Pierre.
SOME GOODNESS. .et guests leave." When he, reached a turn in the RELIEF FOUR-Ease stuffy nose. i

THE NU-MAID "You said eleven. Shall we agreeon .psthf Zone left the tree and walkedto RELIEF FIVE-Reduce muscle aches.

GIRL PERSONIFIES that?" the dark opening out of which he Grove' Cold Tablets Act right down Inside '

THE ONLY I "Yes." had come. Had he already found miseries to work for Internally prompt relief.on all A those combination cold- ,;

oNvMARGARINE '"Very well," said Mr. Lanning. and killed Steve? of eight active Ingredients.Take exactly :; ;
,
is directed.Large size saves money.
BY ITS ; "Leaving here at eleven, taking'into Zorie pushed her way through soft, ;

MAKER TO BE consideration the inevitable contingencies damp growing things. It was so GROVE SCOLD r
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"TABLEGRADE"NUMAID you should be able to deliver dark she could see nothing. But
her feet had found another path. It
within -
it anywhere on this island v ;:
five hours. To be safe, say six was the path on which she had been :i
standing this when Steve TABLETS
morning
has the mild, delicate flavor hours: ,Therefore, plan to deliver ,
that,'* a favorite on millions of tables. the cabineijxj: the, place that Pierre and the admiral(had passed on their 4,
Good cooks prefer it also for seasoning, will designate at or before five way,to the garage, when Steve had I II
----'.-. frying, and -o'clock." S.A r said, "I don't give a damn who ,I II'

Ak"Q/4/O Bother cooking "The money?" Steve asked. comes;, as "long as you get Basil : I'i'

'c Q USOS. "The man to whom you will deliver Stromberg. 1.1:

JY-419 will have the money for amazed voice said, She paused and called softly, :
"
ajtsUpyONE you in thousand-dollar bills." "Miss Corey, why did'you' do this?" "Steve! Steve!

"I'm not doing this entirely for There was no answer. She took a A favorite household antiseptic dress-
the money," Steve said. "I want decided that the safest plan-the step toward the house. Her toe ing and liniment for 98 yearHanford's I I
only safe plan-was to warn Steve touched something soft, yielding. She BALSAM OF MYRRHI It contains 'r"
Germany to have JY-419. I want to
soothing to relieve the soreness and !
that she knew what his "dangerous became aware of the sudden spicy- gums
do all I can to help. Are you quite ache of over-used and strained muscles. f
sure this man to whom we will deliver game" was, to warn him that if he sweetness of ginger flowers. It ,Takes the sting and itch out of burns
did not abandon it, Paul would no- seemed to be all about her. scalds, insect bites oak and ivy poisoning 1.1 i
it will be able to it off
get wind and sun burn chafing and 1
( I the authorities.
this island-and out of Hawaii?" tify She bent down. Her groping fin- chapped skin. Its antiseptic action less \
FASTER "You need have no fear on that I She started to cross the lanai to gers found, first, a pasteboard packof ens the danger of infection whenever the i
WORLD'S UTAGEST SEVER AT IDs score," Lanning assured him. "What tell Paul that she was going to find matches lying on the ground. Then akin is cut or broken. .j-;
Keep a bottle handy for the minor
time have you now?" Steve. But Paul was speaking. He she touched flowers and a woman'ssoft casualties of kitchen and nursery. At ;
"Exactly ten-three." was already executing a plan of his abundant hair. .The flowers your druggist-trial size bottle 3St; ;:
household size 65 size $1.25. j
How To RelieveBronchitis "Set your watch, Pierre," Lan- own.He were still moist, 'as if they had been G. C. HANFORD MFG.tl economy CO.. Syracuse. N.Y.
ning said. "At,precisely eleven, you said, "Admiral, aren't you get: freshly plucked.Her Solo makers of I
will meet Steve at the garage.' Is ting a little fed, up with this latest exploring fingers next found a

that correct, Steve?" joke of Steve's-this terrific interest face, a chin, then the texture of silk
"Yes." he's pretending in Nazism?" and soft, warm flesh under it. She
a '
Zorie had been trying to hold her Zorie, catching her breath, quickly straightened up. She wanted to

Creomulsion it goes right relieves to the promptly seat of because the- breath. Then she tried breathing glanced about the lanai. Only Mr. scream; but she could only whimper.It a I

trouble to help loosen and expel without making any noise. She felt Lanning and Pierre Savoyard and was Amber! Amber-with fresh

germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto desperately ill. Paul's grandfather were there. The ginger_ flowers in her hair!

soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed Paul was tugging at her wrist. three men were staring fixedly at Zorie knelt down in the path be-

branes. Tell bronchial your druggist mucous to sell mem-youa He pulled her away. Paul. The admiral's bushy white side her. She placed her ear against HI <1A, % I

bottle of Creomulsion with the un- When he was well beyond their brows were bristling ferociously.The Amber's breast. There was no soundof WOMENY HDII4US

derstanding you must like the way it hearing, he said: "Our hero! My flesh about his eyes was crin- a heart'beating. In Amber's body

to quickly have allays the cough back or you are wonderful big brother! Do you realize I .klcd! .?r.to,diawroiid-shaped holes out there was nothing but stillness. Do You Hate HOT FLASHES? I
your money that ?" of which his china-blue glared.
what meant
eyes Pierre had killed her. Rising from If you suffer from hot flashes feel
CREOMULSIONk Zorie tried to answer, but she "Paul ." she began."I weak, nervous a bit blue at times-
her knees, trying to collect herself, all due to the functional "middle-
'-' .- 'for Coughs,-Chest Colds! !Bronchitis; ; was so stunned, so local t, she could saw the order, Paul went heed Zorie realized that Amber might age" period peculiar to women-try a
not produce" her/voice. lessly on, "commanding Steve to report Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound i
killed because
have been of those
"He's Nazi for duty at his post in Pearl to 'relieve such symptoms.
not only a sympathizer -
Com
flowers in
white ginger her hair! Taken regularly-Plnkham's
2I1/ufSuf l? hVs selling out his own country; Harbor laboratory as soon as he's Zorie could not recall that Amber pound helps build up resistance. I

his own navy! JY-419! I 'think I've finished up "here. Everybody knows ever wore flowers in her hair. She against such annoying Compound symptoms.Plnkham's Is made
\ fOI MIROI ACHES AID Mill OF heard of it"':" some kind of radio gadget that court-martial of his was just a here and especially for women-it helps na-
had tonight
RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO that can detect the approach of gag-that. he's been away all this come picked ture and that's the kind of medicine ,, ..\l
and them in
these flowers put her to buy I Follow label directions.
planes. Something like the time on a furlough.
enemy hair. ? Because she admired
Why
device the British've',been using for Paul's voice went on, but she hard- their effect in Zorie's hair? Becauseshe LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S COMPOUND :

night fighting, but good for fifteen ly heard it., Pierre Savoyard darteda was envious?
hundred miles!" brief venomous glance at her and
She hardly heard him; Her brain walked swiftly out of the lanai. What she did know what she WNU-7 2-45

._ was numb. Her knees were so weak Without a word, Winthrop Lanning could arrive at by the simplest and
she could hardly stand. It was hor- followed. He did not even glance at most logical of deductions-was that
BUE.S'SED Rft( f
BRrNGSi rible. Zorie. Grim-faced, he walked to the Pierre had killed Amber by mistake.He .

Large Bottlelz I -]'!?-Small Size 60t "The scandal this will mean to the curtained door as if at any instanthe had intended to kill Zorie! She
C1ITIOI: ISE CHIT AS DilUTED.IT *
Ul tOOD DRDC: SlOtH It IT MAIl H riccifl It"M" family!" Paul was saying. "The might break into a run. Once recalled his glance just before he
Menu me: co.. lie jmtoimu 4. riemt] blow it will be to the admiral!" he was outside, Zorie was sure she left the lanai. He must have come .:.
Amber just as she had pickedthe Help Them Cleanse the Blood
"
I "Oh, yes, Zorie said weakly. heard him running.For upon
of Harmful Waste
"We've got to head it off," Paul a moment she stood listeningto white fragrant flowers and put Body

Ask your I doctor I about- i I said. He was so excited he was Paul, watching the play of eager- them in her hair. He must have waste Your :rerrr the constantly blood stream.filtering But
to the garage to find Steve and kidneys sometimes in their workdonot
panting. "You realize, of course, ness in his lean, pale face. run lag
we must be extremely careful. Those She knew as well as he did that in back-tracking, had seen Amber act impurities as Nature that intended-fail if retained,to may remove -

men are dangerous. Do you think, nothing of what he had said was striking matches to pick the flowers.He body poison machinery.Symptoms the system. and upset the whole

1 with a deal on like this, they'd.hesitate true-that he had chosen to say just hadn't seen her clearly enough.It may be nagging backache

Relieves pain and soreness to,kill you-or me?" that because it would instantly destroy nowoccurred, to the terrified girl getting persistent up headache nights, attacks swelling of, dizziness puffiness
4 To Zone, it didn't seem important. Winthrop Lanning's and Pierre that Pierre was still hunting for under the eyes-a feeling of nervous
Millions of people suffering from simple I I It now occurred to her that Savoyard's trust in Steve.It Steve. She must find him first! anxiety and loss of pep and strength.
Piles have found prompt relief with any Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder
PAZO ointment. Here's why: First. means they took to prevent these was Paul's way of handling a She did not hear footfalls in the are sometimes burning, scanty or
PAZO ointment soothes Inflamed areas from stealing JY-419 situation he himself describedas too frequent urination.
that heard
-relieves pain and Itching. Second men would path. She nothing until the There should be no doubt that prompt
PAZO ointment e lubricates hardened jeopardize Steve's life. A corner of dynamite. He had done it delib- beam of a flashlight, its lens cov- treatment is wiser than neglect. Use
'
,
,,,
dried parts-helps prevent cracking and Doa Pills. Doa have been winningnew
soreness. Third. PAZO ointment tends her brain jeered that death was a erately, and she realized that he ered with blue cellophane flashed in friends for more than forty years.
to reduce swelling and check bleeding. fate he deserved. Then it occurredto would claim, no matter what the her face, then was lowered to the They have a nation-wide reputation.Are .
Fourth it's easy to use. PAZO oint her that Paul was not qualified were that his motives in the recommended by grateful people the
ment's perforated Pile Pipe makes application to consequences dead girl lying path, and country over. Ask your neighbor
simple, thorough. Your doctorcan deal with a situation CO realistic, so had been purely patriotic. Winthrop Lanning's amazed voices \

tell you about PAZO ointment. dangerous as this. id, "Miss Corey! Why did you do IMIfl1A

er.r.AZOt9diYJ.}; .At' DruEstores t sf! \\ "Don't do anything," she said, Zorie slipped out of the curtained this?" ) I

f "until we've thought it over.." door and found herself running be. (TO BE CONTINUED)





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FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1945 TIE'CLBWISTON NEWS PAGE FIVE
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J public and- it is the hope of the Gov- day must admit that they are un- my head, and being a dumb cluckof I'm not. supposed to know. ,
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that the citizens committeewill Not being an "educator" and .

.' Too Late To bring all' interests closer together never having attended Teachers I
Classify
and accomplish the desired
College at 'Columbia, I probably am

By RUSSELL KAYraw end.On not qualified to discuss the sub- CLEWISTON
several occasions Governor FEDERAL SAVINGS
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ject of education, but as a parent L.
Caldwell called attention to the fact ,
<<.. .<" :":4.-+:..:..:..:.;..:..:..:..:..), students appointed to and a taxpayer,' I can'not help but AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
.... -.-... ..w.-Mir-- :. ''Annapolis that Florida'or West'' Point found it feel l that t ere/is'a lot of waste ,motion -I| 'CLEWISTpN, FLORIDA
effort in connectionwith
The citizens, school committee, ap- j necessary: to attend prep schools ; and waste: I '
the present day system. We STATEMENT OF CONDITION AS O; ?' DECEMBER. 31, 1944 ,
'pointed by Spessard Holland with the I Ifnlf prior to taking examinations.
or'
do a heck a lot of so-called ta : ,

approval 'of Governor. MillardCaldwell ,iQff-haml, this might\ seem to indicate tng that; fails to result in what t Ji-1 .......''ASSETS......... ,
'and the Dppartment'pf First Mortgage Loans : .........,..?..........?..34365.50
State! that ',Florida's' educationalsystem : country fotI s. term "learnin''. Mydaughter I Loans on Pas3books'and! Certificates .....................: None
', EMucation.,' seems' to be taking its was Ja'ir'Vut: ihijj'fs,: no' refleption ; '',(or.example, :studies Alg'ebra ; OtKeY Loans -.].'...."..'...--.......;............:.....................:...... None
job aerjous'fy and if it; continues'! to on Florida- for the saiTift Spanish, and other: subjects\ Properties Sold 'on Contract .......,.....,.........?.....?.... None
,function as constructively1' effectively :condition extstpjn' 'syery other state J;n'.high .sqhqol. She received creditsfQr J Real Estate Owne'd and '114["Judgment. .............:........ None
as' if 'hag starred, much' : and"most 'appointees to' these academies < l)?r:effgxt4utyahc:: .can't',speak; ;: or, Investments 'and Securities ....?.T...................:.:...,..... ..31,500.00Gash
.good_ should resu.1t. I 1: .bethey from Florida or' read a word.of Spanih' and 'as ,forAlgebra on Hand and in. Banka[ ...-;::...................;.......?. 5,631.13; ;
:elsewhere, find it, .necessary: to take ::she .can't. ;.even :spell it. Office Building and Equipment; Less Depreciation 28.65
We should not lose sight of the '
before submitting takes and that subject for Deferred/Charges .,and Other Assets ..................":::. 37.37
'fact that the schools are a matter I preparatory courses She this,, :
.- Qf direct concern to all ,the pgople ;themselves to the stiff examinations a. semester, doesn't! like it ,and 71562.65
'The schools do 'not' belong to ;the of either Annapolis or jwitcheF, to" sOl! thing! .elaC Th.eJ I
Department of Education, the trustees West Point.. I can speak with authority same holds true with her courses,,at LIABILITIES,..,
the Educational Associationorthe 'as.!: ',my brother was appointed the Florida 'State College for' Women Members; Share A Account: -:-".?:."...!.t.;..(.'?.:.::..-::. ........, ... 150.' ,200.39
teachers: 'They belong'. "to the ed, ( Annapolis by Semator FJetch- ;' she takes'a subject') ,' then drops Shares Pledged, oQ Mortgage Accounts .....::..I....'...:I.. ""NoneAdyanc.es
He graduated as an honor stu- something else* and from Federal Home Loan rBank .............. None.
people, the"taxpayers, and it 'is er. School if for' cons Borrowed )Money ...:.7..:.-.:.'.;.:.:;......:_.:.........:.:..........::.:: None
I .11t proper and fitting that the people, dent from Hillsborough High I believe tha't.veryone agrees that Loan's; in Process ....._......_.. ....-...................._........:..___. 21.40
:-. themselves should have the' last in Tampa but felt it imperative that h our teachers deserve an increase in 'Oilier Liabilities ....._.................................................., 4.10
::, word as to their operation. he take a'preparatory course at pay. We' cannot expect to obtainable Specific Pesecves ........................"......................,;......... 10.81
I Severn' Academy, which he did. He and competent teachers unless General ;Reserves .: 7,336.56
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I When the committee was appoint migHt: 'have passed the examinations we pay them "a-living wage' and anyone Undivided Profits .................. ....:.....................:.....,. 13,989.39
",:. ed and announced(in the press, the 1! successfully without such preparatory : familiar With the' situation to- :

a .:/: impression was givenvthat it was an ;: work,. but because he wanted quently never ''learns much of any: $71,562.65
",:'/.. "investigation' committee"" ,but 'if my j I I to make,' sure, he :went to Severn for thing that 'will be of "practical use i .

v ;", information is correct, it is nothing ,six months as do students from. to her 'later'' in life. It is all" over I .. ... .. ... ,
s.. of the sort, but rather a. planning I I every state in the Union. I II / I 'It..... ......- --- ---.wwwwwww_---0. ----;" "
' k.' ; committee, appointed at the suggestion j I ,- -
i of Colin English and 'having the There are at least a dozen preparatory -
lull with schools that exist solelyon
cooperation operating the I I
full approval of school authorities! their ability to train boys to pass 1
at West Point and
the examinations ,
who welcome its deliberations as a
Annapolis and their clientele comes
means of arousing general public
- interest and'advancing plans for the from appointees in every state' so ,
of facilities and if Florida is lax so are all ''states.
improvement oper- ,_. ,
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I simply mention this in an effortto 'i. )
: \ ations for the public welfare. ,
clarify the picture and it is not
School officials and public concur '
or intention to imply
;xt : that there is plenty of room 'for my purpose
that Florida's schools are up to the
"
improvement in connection with
rye standard they should be or that im;
Florida's school 'system. The problems
provement is not possible or de
: ,i can only be .solved when complete sired.
.; knowledge' of conditions and
objectives are' understood and appreciated The problem of finances is one 1
both by officials ,and the that calls for careful consideration.

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..... '. INCOME TAXES Social Security Taxes c y THE strain: of War Transportation has laid a'heavy Hand upon

Withholding -, Taxes Miscellaneous Taxes1.Feb. : the rolling equipment of every bus line. Florida Motor Lines ,

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down fighting
has a regiment off veterans that have. gone ?

5th Thru 10th Clewiston-Mr.. retired from active duty only after the most amazing records ix'

., thro' .'
carried the load
\ Beardsley's Office : in round-the-clock' service. They have

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happy he assigned a limited.
Couse's Office Now, Florida 1\Iotor'Lines is to
I COACHES designed to meet thenumber
I of handsome, NEW ,
Feb. 19th at LaBelle-Court House I These coaches :will
: well today.
; st :demands of tomorrow as : as

. Feb. 20th LaBelle-Court House help maintain our 'priceless tradition of dependability\ '. 4s4

Feb 21st Palmdale-Post: Office Building :serve our patrons: :with the safety and comfort :worthy of

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their continued loyalty. : :
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and Peace.
work diligently for Freedom ,
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The Clewiston News 1 ..x......>-: :..:..:..:..:..:-<..:o.--." ). :": :": the. Sometime,tables in in their.'February room.. 'state Darrell Whidden 1 shipping products is and also preserving listed as an essential essential i

instructress, Mrs. Frances Kennings Killed In Action 'class, of employment.

every is coming to Clewiston to In the category' of "critical" employment '\ "
Published
Florida by the Friday CLEWISTON In Clewis NEWS ton, With ,- -train troop leaders as well as any- In Pacific I as it may affect the draft \ 'j

roc one interested in working with status of citizens of non-industrial"

children. This course is backed by (Hendry County News) i| smaller towns, is listed such workas

Entered as second class mall matter Our the Kiwanis Club; anyone interested Mrs. Jack Riclgdill was advised i the repair of automobiles busses.

jClewiston February,1,Florida 1927 at, under the Post the Office Act of In Boys in taking the course should ,see I Thursday by telegram that her trucks tractors and farm equip-

March 3, 1s97.OATIIIi Mrs. G. N. Pitzen or Miss Laura brother Darrell Whidden, 20, had ment. However it is intended that ;
r Louise Bailey. I been killed in action somewhere in in the category of repair services
in theSerYICe I I consideration be given only to individuals -
Publisher 4 the South Pacific where he was all-
qualified to render
serving as a radioman on a minesweeper -, -
Subscription Rntc$::JO Per Year Tiger's RoarGOSSIP I round repair services on the typesof -
included In the essential -
equipment
,
Advertising Rates Application. The message came from her par-;
ents, Mr.: and Mrs. Lee 'Whidden of list. Types of repair service -

rc -_ Tampa! formerly ',of' North LaBello.!.l j other than the above are deemed ,j
Devoted to the advancement and welfare The War Department had advised ('essential."
of Clewiston and Henary County In the of'health and welfare
field :
...... ....... Why, is it that a few: girls are going I them of his death.
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around school with a sad face, R-M Whidden had been in the 10)f
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I. could it be, because of the Cadets Navy two' years. He was born and
Most of the spotlight goes this
NATIONAL EDITORIAL- week to Capt. Eugene Goodbread leaving Monday afternoon?, spent most of his life before enter-I I I ,
iSSOCIATION I It seems that one girl was really ing military service at .
I who, after sixteen months as a com !
excited Friday afternoon. It was giving up his life at his 'post he was "
g bat flier in Europe is on his way J. F. CLAYGeneral
because her soldier boy friend was not so fortunate as his elder brother,1 I'
home. He has the Air Medal
with and
Repair, 'Pl !;.terillg 1.1
coming for the week-end. Did you Elmo, also a radioman, who was ,
ten Oak Leaf Clusters, the Distin-
have a nice time, J. W.? I bet you serving on the Yorktown_ when it I Block Work: t..
guished Flying Cross and all sorts
was sunk some months ago 'after I Chimney; Work A Specialty: '...... ;
THE MARCH OF DIMES of other decorations and if he wears did.The ,'
Junior Class is planning on enemy contact in the Pacific, but Moore 'lI \en. Fla. -
I all of them he'll be walking stoop- I "" i, .
another' farewell party for another who escaped'unharmed.. I
The "March of Dimes," now un- shol ldered. We ,hope that travel :' I
J member of the class, who is going
Delails'of Barren's, death, if known
derway to provide funds for treat-conditions won't delay Capt.' Goodbread's -
into the armed forces. It seems his in
not given
by parents were
ment of infantile paralysis and research arrival too long and thathe'll
that they 'really doing their ; ,
are
the telegram nor has further word -
work which will some day be able to be back in Clewis- patriotic duty by giving their .. f,.,_
up yet been received.
whip this most dreaded crippler of ton sometime in February as he is I
boys. Good luck Melvin, and remember -
children, is, in some cases a mis- now hoping.
the Junior Class will always -
nomer, for, most people feel that I V W be thinking of you, and we OWI Essential And

they have done their part when they Pvt. Lucian A. ,Wolff is home fora haTe surely enjoyed having you as Critical Draft
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of the little I -
into-one
drop a dime
fifteen-day furlough from Keeslsr a member of our class.It .
tin boxes placed in business placesof Field, Miss., where he is with a Sig- seems that a new romance is Guides Rel

the county.We nal Corps detachment attached to in bloom around school. How ablont ased'I: I

feel, however' that a com- at home he will report to LaMoor it, 5. H. and L. n.? Good luck!
recently been The Domestic News Bureau of the I
which has
munity ,so
Field near Fresno, Cal Pvt. Wolff What has happened to a certain .
stricken Office of War Information today released -
the young boy who was the Air Corps. After his fifteen ,days Sophomore girl to let a certain Sen-
returning to health and ._-publication "essential"and
gradually ,'
entered the service as a specialist in ior girl take"lre'r'Jun ft11 "boy"friend
visited by this disease and has seen "Critical" draft guides set up xyv7ha4Insuid
the Signal Corps and has just fin- away,?,
activity through funds provided by by the War Manpower Commissionfor
ished his basictrainin at Keesler.
this fund cannot stop at coin con- He'll Why is it that a certain Freshman selective service to use in induct-
tributions. Their donations ,should probably be'getting some arm boy goes home from dances and ing men of the 26 through 29 age
stripes when he reports to California -
be generous ones, dollars instead of runs into people's fenders? Couldit group to further the war production
but they aren't so easy to get be because, the girl he likes was
in
dimes-five-spots place of quar these days program.
he isn't
and hoping too with another at the dance? How
boy
ters. For this disease is no ,respec- Most smaller communities (excepting -
hard. <: about it, D. H.?. ,
ter of persons and who knows but mining and specialized
what your child may be the next >;* It seems that B. S. is excited manufacturing towns) which are dnf 4tpl.4J

victim. Air Cadet .Dan Beardsley is about the new boy friend she has. closely related to their agricultural cti/t l'6ttal1atnurq

Send your contribution before next scheduled to get his wings at grad- How is he, B. S.? He is sure cute.It areas. will find that most of the men

,Tuesday to F. Deane Duff, county uation exercises at Albany, Ga., seems that M., T.- is sad and in the affected age group fall in the '

chairman, and make it a large one II r next Thursday and, according to counting the days could it be becauseof category of "essential" employment I ..when your :

and when the "March of Dimes"I present plans, he'll be home on leave the 9th of February? The other, when thej .' t i., uc1 .-f4e.ld ,
as soon as he gets' his wings and his M. T. isn't so cheerful. We sure -2.5-1 -''''''';': \r_, r ,.,llortl.helping
dance is held two weeks hence at-I tllg, .f howing: u HI:;),) V'lV." II"." : __ ,--.
tend and "dance that others, may commission;-the third commissioned can't blame either one of th Agricultural Services: Commercial -! families '

walk." officer in ,the Beardsley household poultry hatcheries, seed processing localresponsible

I and if we count big Jim with a SPORTS I animal breeding, crop disease I their homes. Ask t'I II
I j commission in World War I it makes own own
BLOOD DONORS MUST WAIT he Clewiston Tigerettes have' protection services, initial :
.. .. I four. processing services of compressing, : information.
-. .;-- \-;- been defeated in every game of the for complete is
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.,* .. threshing, cleaning, shelling, curing .
Much concern has been felt recently .I ; -- 1945 season, but they have really
by,patriotic local citizens be- i Pvt. Leon SneJl of"'Camp Bland- been playing wonderful games; 'to be and the like irrigation services,
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cause they were -., unable to make big had just' a'.<: uple, of days at such vunexperienced players.' They farm repair end maintenance serv- ., t
donations'tof 'blood for plasma to Tie )homer tbe weeTc-aniJ with Mrs. have been putting a lot more effort custom grist milling and ice harvest-

sent overseas to )frelp" our wounded (Snelf befortMeaving' for Fort GeorgeMeade in their' daily practice ,preparing for ices, farm product assembly services, I II

service men. We 'were no less perturbed Md., a P.O.E.: for Infantrymen. the Clgwiston" and Moore Haven ing.: No "critical" employment is I Clewiston Federal

-,tlTah-sothei and this week .'" He hag just completed the game'shich are_ Feb. 2nd. Theyare listed under the WMC, guide for

took occasion to ask Mlss KathTtneOlsen fifteen week '-basic training of the very good by putting up a good agricultural services The produc-

special Red Cross field' representative Infantry and is ready for over-sea clean fight for the game, and if tion I of packaging materials for I Savings and LoanAssociation .

if anything could be, service. Take it from "Bob" and they loose, loose 'cheerfully. Good
the others now in the Infantry,that luck girls! The Clewiston and La- ST. ,)MARGARET'S CHURCHFr. :

done.Her explanation of the process is some training. Belle game shows that you have the Peter J. Reilly, Pastor

shows that there is nothing that can i '* TEAM! I

be done, nor is it likely that during j The present Russian advance_ into The Clewiston boys are also a Mass: Clewisto-n 9:00 a. ,m.

this war local donors will have an and across Poland is raising the very good team' and have been defeated Pahokee 11:00 a. m. ---

opportunity to donate blood for Ii j hopes'of, some of the parents of our for the 'past season of this

plasma. I boys who are prisoners of the Ger- year but sometimes a very close de ..
The nearest processing I plant for mans. feat. They have been practicing and

plasma is now located at Indianapolis This: is particularly true of Lt. preparing: for the Moore Haven

Ind., and the blood donations' Edwin, O. Ward who is or has beenat game too and here, is good luck {to If You WishGUARANTEED
must be at this processing plant a camp in Poland. If the Russian the boys also and I am sure they

within twenty-four hours. This advance was swift enough that the will play a good tight game.

plant serves all of the southeasternstates I Germans were unable to evacuate I The line-up for the Clewiston and '

so blood donations from any I their prisoners it is possible that he Pahokee games were as follows: }) 'll

blood bank ((the nearest Red Cross has now been liberated by the ad- I Girls ':'

bank is Atlanta) must be flown to I vancing Russians. Forwards: Dorothy Sealey, Mary *Automotive Repair 'Service.Machine \ > ,:
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J Nell Christian, Annis Adams. /
Indianapolis plane.
by I I ; li{
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Guards Callie Davis Margie '
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Mobile units are operating, it is :to ,
true, but only within a range. of I Girl Scouts Selling Allen, Mamie Trice. Work ,<,

seventy-five that the processing miles of can blood begin, banks within so- J Tickets ,For Dance Forwards: Raymond Boys: Trice, Frank 'fa Painting and Body Repair Service : ,

the twenty-four hour period. Harben. '

Most blood banks, Miss Olsen explained I' The Girl Scouts of Troop rare Guards: Richard P.ape, Johnny *Genuine Ford Repair Parts .' ,. .., \ .

II use the whole blood with- r selling tickets to the "Episcopal Sullivan.
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out processing but this must be I Church Dance" which is to be held I Center: O. C. Wilcox. SEE -

.carefully refrigerated and some of at the Recreation Hall on Saturday: Captains
"thit :? now-being I night the In Callie Davis and Richard Pape. i
l- -f iap to February third. return ,
Europe under proper refrigerating' for- thisr ey'H'been, donated -I The two 'teams played' a- good HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS ,

conditions. the necessary oil cloth to cover game although they were defeated.
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FIRST GRADE

The first grade has been ,having PHONE 93 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA

any number of intelligent tests and

CLEWISTON INN are beginning to cope with them I

I very nicely. ...
This is, due to the best muscle condition -

SUNDAY DINNER JANUARY 28, 1945 : '; and quite a bit of applicationon

/ the part of the tiny tots." IF'YOU
; WISH THE
'12:30 to 2:00 p. m. They are still trying to better
their citizenship through pride in

) school.their homes as well as in their FINEST FOOD

Oyster Cocktail V Chilled Prune Juice, '
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Fresh Fruit Cup Cream of Tomato Soup GRADE i

I The third grade wishes to an- Try A Complete Dinner At

Roast Young Turkey dressing,.cranberry sauce ........................$1.50 nounce their 100% perfect attend-
Roast Leg of Lamb, mint jelly ..................................................$1.50 ance for last week. The second and
Roast Prime Ribs of Beef, au jus ............................................_.$1.50 third grades are having a contest
Broiled Red Fish lemon butter ................................................$1.35 for the at the end of each THE CANEBRAKEFROM
Spanish Omelet ............................ ...............................................$1.3 5 month and
week they get a surprise for per-

Fresh Lima Beans V Garden Spinach fect attendance.

Buttered Squash Parsley Potatoes
CONGEALED FRUIT SALAL MAYONNAISE THE FIFTH GRADE $1.25 to $1.75
The fifth grade has had a story
Home-made Layer Cake Chocolate Ice Cream
Old-Fashioned Egg Custard Lime Sherbet writing contest. The best'story was SERVICE PROM 6 TO 9 (O'CLOCK: SHORT ORDERS
Coffee Tea :Milk written by Betty' Baylor. 9 TILL 11:30
Followers-up: Sally McCarthy,

Jimmie Westberry, Tommie Walton,
Junior Golden. TRY OUR SPECIAL SPAGHETTI

SUNDAY NIGHT BUFFET DINNER )

6:30 to 8:00 P M. SIXTH GRADE

A complete, Buffet Supper ........................................................ $1.50 The sixth grade wishes to wel- THE MOST POPULAR ITEM ON OUR. MENUAGE :
come Billie Kirkman to the sixth

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er by Mrs. Cornette and refresh- pIe of Clewiston a hearty welcome to LOST .- Child's
blue
ments of coffee and cake were serv- any and all church sen-ices.

I ed to all. I I. I t wool sweater in park.


I PERSONAL SOCIETY MRS WITH MAXCUSO SURPRISE HONORED SHOWERMrs. II I I FOR SALE. House 1: Call 58, S. L. Crochet.


I Trailer. See George S. it.
Louis Mancuso was honored
L Friday afternoon, with a surprise Williams, Clewiston Pool ..---

I bower given by Mrs. Frank D. FULLER BRUSH.deal-
Room.
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Veltri. Refreshments of cup cakes tp

Mrs. Maud Hare was a business', Dr. Bruce J. Giffin of Fort Lau- and fruit cake were served; to Mrs. I i ----- er will still be in Clew-

visitor Monday in West Palm Beach. i dci dale was a visitor here this week. Mancuso, Miss Mona Mancuso, Miss I I
I Julia Savino, Mrs. J. A. Cheyne I II FOR iston, at George's GuestHouse
SALE
I Mr. and Mrs. L. C.:Rosenberg announce 1lrs.ViIson Dozier, Mrs. M. H. : 14K. white
1 James L. Cousins of Miami is a the birth'of: a baby girl: ,. Lois Walsh Mrs. Bill' Berkhardt, Mrs. i.i.gold I :all next week. 1 tp
} visitor in Clewiston this week. f wrist watch. Dial
Hospital i Cathryn Monjar\ Mrs. D. H. Donley, V"

Mrs. Frank M. Mooney is spending -i i Mrs. A. D. Richardson-, and Mrs. J. D. ; surrounded by 26 matched -

a few days ,this. week with her i 1\Mrs J.. A. Cheyne-and daughter, Leftwich, _Jr.HROWXIES : diamonds. 19 1 BABY CHICKS $7.75

parents in Jacksonville. Barbara Lee, left''Clewiston 'Thurs- Jewel, I -
HOLD WEIXEI1 ROAST 1 hundred C. O. D.
'" day to join Mr. Cheyne who ,is 'stationed Elgin movement, in I up
'Mr.nnd Mrs."Carl H. Berner have in Miami with 'Eastern .Air perfect Kingston Hatcheries
The Brownies had a weiner roast --
returned from a week's business trip lines. I condition. $200.00 (
Tuesday afternoon at the Boy Scout
to Atlanta:. <,; ", ? : ;: ''Kingston, Ga. 2t,
I Pvt. Leon Snell of Camp Bland- camp. Two of the Brownies made cash. Box '1306. 1 Itp I II
-.. ing the week-end here with I the fire. Before roasting the i,I
spent
Mr. and Mrs F. D. Veltri had as I
',' : :Mrs. Snell before leaving for Camp weineis, they' had their meeting and ]ir ..... ........ .. .
their week-end guests Lieut : and : : : : : : : :"':0.:":": :":":':':":":":":':":": :":
Mrs. William Arnol -O( Miami.: 1 Meade, Md., presumably to be' sent decided to have the pin ceremonyon r.,-,. FOR J
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for oversea service. February 1st. I LOST Food ration .
Brownies present .were Irna Nelson -
i| TAXICABS :|
Mrs. J. D. Leftwich, Sr, and Mrs. :: ;
I Janice McGill, Joanne Pitzen, i
I book No. 4 Willie E.
by
A. P. Marsh and I *
and Mis.
D. Leftwich, were business Capt. I BAY
J. Jr., i Iris Wright, Sharon Crochet, Linda, ; AXD X1TE SERVICE 1-

rr visitors ink Miami on Saturday.. I I. Field daughter, Fort, Mary Myers of, spent Buckingham Sunday :! Lee, Claire Jones, Norma. Perry and Ross Rt..I 1 Box 125 I:I!: PHONE 18 :|:
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'- ,'::' Mrs. EdVard, Mrs. Wm. Burk-'I I*:* '
:. '' Pvt. and Mrs. .L.A' :Wolff: spent i here as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. hardt and a guest, Sue Cornette. Bear Beach. 4tp. I':;" .":"..".,":"..":":":":":":":'.: :':..:":":":":":.:..x
?:'; with relatives in Thos. E. Markette.Mrs. .
the week-end I
/"'"'" Joyce Bartz, Scribe. _..I l
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*_. Sebring. ,. '- I I I
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Esther Walker has returned j'W
i : ANN ARMSTRONG CIRCLE '.
I y&" ; : Miss Katherine Olsen, special Red from Miami where she has been HOLDS MEETING I 1 G. M. FORDCivil
I';:" Cross representative from Atlanta, I working for the past several months i --- Johnson's Fish Camp i '
visitor here on"Monday and and has taken a position at Mack's I Engineer and Surveyor ;
. I was 'a The Annie Armst\'ong Circle of I (Near Hurricane Gate) ] -
Tuesday of this week. Drug Store. the First,Baptist Church met at the Clewiston, Fa. Specializing Everglades
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home of Mrs. Arch Hodges Tuesday Boats and Motors-Guide Service Surveys
;gf. Miss Edythe Nell Cornette and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Richardson of afternoon. This being the first I Rates ReasonableV. ?Phone 66 Clewiston, Fla.ANTHONY'S '
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.; Miss Grace Knight were West Palm Dubuque, Iowa, arrived Friday to meeting of the new year, the after : II. Johnson :Mer. I I

:t oe\t{,' Beach visitors on Friday of last spend an extended visit with their noon was spent in selecting new officers -/ I:

<'" week. sons, R. L. Richardson, A. D. Richardson and choosing a new name for .... -
:: ---;- I and grandson, Jimbert.I this circle. The name "Annie Arm-:
i 4};:' Mrs. G. H. McDuffie left the strong" was chosen for Miss Armstrong -- ----

'f i' J middle of last week for a 'visit. with Mrs. Cyrus Lund of Erie, Penn., for she was an early workerin
?Ii> relatives at her old home in Syca-I arrived last week to spend several the Baptist W. M. U., and was also -

j ?i::: more, Ga. weeks with her daughter, Mrs instrumental in home mission

,.- -- Charles B. Owens, and Mr. Owens. work.

< Mr. and Mrs Frank Veltri and Mrs.' Arch Hodges, chairman of
I!\:,/ Mrs. Wilson Dozier were business Pvt. Lucian A. Wolff is spendinga this circle, gave the devotional and AtkI

1'fA. visitors inVest Palm Beach ont' fifteen-day furlough here with led in prayer.'
Wednesday. > Mrs. Wolff before leaving for La- The following officers were then

."''':- ';- moor Field, Calif. He ,has been decided upon for the coming year:
"'\n(; W. C. Davis of Morgan, Ga., arrived previously: stationed at. Keesler I Mrs' Fred Sikes, Program Chair-

ff.f;::>, last .Thursday for a visit with Field, Miss. man.

l ;a1; his sister, Mrs. .C. J. Lovvoni and I Mrs. W. R. Broaderick, Children'3 .
i ;; Mr. Lovvorn. Mrs. G. '''N. Pitzen had as her Home and Publicity Chairman. !

.. guest over the week-end her brother -
'.,. Mrs. Leon Bembry, Secretary and
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Hundertmark Oliver A. Throne, of the U. S. I Literature Chairman.Mrs. : .....,
and Dr. and Mrs. W.. L. Lott were' Navy' Mrs. Pitzen took Seaman I Earl Peters, Community
visitors inVest Palm Beach Sat Throne to Miami Tuesday to rejoin
Missions.
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P! urday. his ship. Mrs. Fred Dunaway, White Cross n t I I l f

:i w C. E. Jo 1nso-nd M. M. "Prewitt Chairman. b2 fY
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: Mrs.Jolin:
., Mr. and A. Gross L, of
.-- r. attended an organization meeting Palm I Mrs. R. L.: Marshal; Margaret
West Beach spent a couplof
I ;;;':: qf an REA co-operatn in. Moore days here last week with his brother Fund Chairman. School iI

II }<:: Haven Thursday evening. E. 'E. .Gross, and enjoyed a very I II Chairman.A Mrs. Fred., Topper, Training I CI
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I ,; Mrs. J. F. Ro1-nrl and daughter, successful fishing trip on Lake delightful social hour was then I II

I. f;;:, Evelyn, of'Deerfield arrived Sunday -I Okeechobee while here. I enjoyed and refreshments of Rus-
i
9 I !ra, to spend several weeks, with her sian tea' and cookies were served. I
"";),: parents, Mr. and Mrs: C. E., Bailey, Mrs. Ruth B. Owens, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. G. F. Serson joined in the For Myers. Fla. I
Charles B. Owens and Mrs. ,
I Cyrus will
and Miss Laura Bailey. social hour. The next meeting
Lund, house guest of the CharlesOwens' be at the home of Mrs. Leon Bem- i 1000' First StreetIMI

,. Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Mrs. C. J. were guests at a family' I _
Nielsen, Mrs. N. V..s. Mumford, barbecue held in Okeechobee on bry.This circle extends to all the peo-

... Mrs. G. E. Powers. and Mrs. V. C. I i Sunday.Mrs. I ---- .
in West Palm
.. Woodward were I Edith Murray of Belle Glade,
i ..1 Beach Wednesday to attend OPA
an .
I former fifth vice-president of the
I i I .!6':;, meeting relative to wearing apparel.
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I "" : State, Congress of the P.-T. A., wasa .
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was guest speaker at the ClewistonP.T. '

A. on Tuesday evening. : i ',': .
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I Mrs. W. P. Conley and daughter, .
Miss Ruth Conley, Mr. and Mrs. ':f fitffTir.: .<" ,
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Clyde Conley and Private Samuel ': ; jr ':: '., "TWO OLD MEN"Our
Mitchell of the Prisoner of War Detachment .

I were the guests ''of Mrs. .:: .( ,
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DAILY MATINEE'-I:4' M. .
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NIGJIT-r:: JL O P. :M.: : Jack Rogers of West Palm Beach

f r. -AT.a -& n JsU.Y.- r -CONTINUOUS'1P.. M. I Sunday. Immediately following, 1:( men's shoe department is presided over by Mr. ,I "
7i !,i Private Mitchell left for a fifteen :

WEEK BEGINNING JAN 28 ,' day furlough with relatives in Con- .:" E. S. Harris, more commonly known as "Pop" Har-; :,- ;

,cord, N. C.EXSQUADROX. when "Pop"can
T. SUX. & MO.\, JAX. 28 & 29 : rise Mr. Anthony is "Pop's"assistant

"An American I COMMANDER ; catch him. "Pop" one of the very few shoe .

I Romance" 1 ENTERTAINED__WITH__ DINNER' men who did not have to be "tuned up" to the Anthony :

i, I The Harvard Squadron instructors standard of shoe fitting. He was a good shoe :t
(In Technicolor) of Riddle Field entertained .
' with IJRIAX DO.NLEVY I James L. Cousins, past ,Squadron ;" ,:man when he came to us. .. \i:;.,:,'

> ALSO CARTOON Commander, with a dinner at the .i', ;
-...-..- 1 Pilots Club on Monday evening. Mr. <" t,
_. f TUES. & WED., JAX. :SO & 31 Cousins is now with Eastern Aid- "Pop" has three sons and two son-in-laws in the: i''

(DOUBLE FEATURE) lines, stationed in Miami. .
has all three of his
Instructors present at the dinner Armed Forces and Mr. Anthony

I were Sam Schnieder, Gilbert, Glasgow : sons in the service a total of eight between these ::. ;
Howard Graves, John Darby,
I Mr. Cousins, E. J. Smith, James ", two old men." .

wtttsVI. I Durden Fred Perry,. Jl. M. John- ".
A ston, Wilson Dozier, Gerry Cook,

'ik A Wm. Peters, F. .Carlson, M. H. These "two old men"are having a big time sellingmen's ?< ",
\ cat Walsh, R. L. Richardson, J. D. : .
hrrltrl fitted the If have any .
Leftwich, Lawrence DeMarco and shoes correct way. you '"
AND"Sergeant: Harry J., Lehman.MISSIOXARY "Pop"and "E. D." .
foot troubles, come to see ,
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i. Mike"I CIRCLE NEWS

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ti THURS. & Fill., FEB. 1 & 2 I The Robinson Missionary Circle Make Anthony's your headquarters ".,- "
of the First Baptist Church met
I when in town '
, Tuesday afternoon at three-thirty. .

j The meeting opened with a devotional \. r
i. given by Mrs. W. A. Montgomery.An .
i.t
interesting study of the historyof (
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v.I I the Southern Baptist Mission fol
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I I lowed.

I Mrs. W. J. Robinson and Mrs. W.
LATEST WORLD NEWS
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:, SATURDAY, FEB. 3 Chairmen; Mrs. H. J. Roath, Secre-
tary-Treasurer; Mrs E. M. Cornette,
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of Nevada"with .
"Song Chairman of Children's Home Mis- .' -, ,
; ROY ROGERS sion; Mrs. Arthur King, Literature West Palm BeachFRIDAY -
Final "HAUNTED (( Chairman; and Mrs. T. L. Tanner, 312 Clematis Street

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*.?A.GE'SIX, TIlE OLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY. 20, ,1915: .\..i Ii:;


board finds to be engaged 'in relatively pany. of. "CLEWISTON. BEAUTY SHOPPE.-;,I I BY ORDER of the State Board of ,

HERSHEY REVEALS I more important jobs in essential This is only one of a series of Jan. .5, 12, MRS.13, 26,LUCILLE 1915.Tallahassee. DOWNS. f Education Millard of the F. State Caldwell of,.Florida.Governor.? I; C
activities; such .geophysical surveys which have I ATTEST: .
5. Registrants whom the local been made through this county in Colin English Secretary \ ..
JOB PRIORITY LIST I Florida I State Board of Education. .;
board finds. to be engaged in more the current exploration for new January 10, 1945NOTICE Jan.: 19, 26. Feb. 2. 9, 16
I important jobs in critical activi- sources of oil but this is the first r 's
j ties. II survey group to set' up offices here.
: TO DRAFT BOARDS I Hershey said the supply of menthe An office has been opened in the STATE NOTICE BOARD!is hereby OF given EDUCATION that the of I NOTICE

I in age group 18 through 25 is Couse building and the ten men the State of Florida will offer for -
"practically exhausted." The only making up the party are housed in sale to be .sold to the highest bidder TO WHOM: IT MAY CONCERN:
:
It someone else is .available tot at Tallahassee Florida, 12:00: o'clock I This is to advise that It Is my intention
I major source of men under, 30, other rooms about town. Robert Ahernis NOON. February 20th, 1945, the following I to register, the name of MACK'S "
fiat '
the civilian job of a draft
reg: I than those who become 18 each in charge of the survey. described land in HENDRST DRUG. STORE with the Clerk of the
i tthit in the 26 through 29 County: Circuit
age Court in and for Hendry County
; doesn't matter. I month is those now deferred in Mi. Ahern says that if suitable i Sly of N?I and S4 Section 16, 1 Florida the said Hendry County
tD\lt industry in agriculture, he con- accommodations are found for the I Township 44 South, Range 32 being the principal place of business
:This was made clear Friday by l East. r of MACK'S DRUG STORE: that I am
and'th
tinued. married men in the group ir( THIS NOTICE Is published in
: compliance the sole owner of the busings operated -
raj. Gen. Lewis B. Hershey, direct.'tor "The nation cannot fail in its responsibility -( wives that the party will be head-I with Sections '270.07, 270.08 and under, the name of "}fACK' DRUG '
of selective service who told 270.09, Florida Statutes 1941. STORE.: : _
I. to furnish! those nowj i quartered here for about six months STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION of
boards faco their "most
draft they
in uniform and to those who will i but if it is necessary to continue to \the State of Florida reserve the. rightto RAMON J. McLEOD.
difficult and important task" in reject and all bids. Jan. ,
19 26, 2 9.
any Feb. .
in the live in 'hotel that will .
their the future they
join ranks rooms .
providing young men for the armed I ....r.-......
'forces without impairing essential j tools of war in the quantities" and follow the ; progress of the' work .....: : :..:..:..:..:--x..x..X"X"X: ..:..:-.X---------: :..:...t..rM
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at the times they are needed, around the lake, by moving from one,
>v&r production. '
shey wrote. "The selectivity:! with I town to another.
Hershey sent to the local boards which men are withdrawn from industry J. E. BEARDSLEY

the war manpower commission's will have a definite, bearing I Too: Late To Classify : 'i
list of essential activities now divided
ou our ability, to meet our production
into two sections to indicate lesjonsibility." (Continued from Page 5) Real

the activities regarded as most *. Hershey disclosed. that the March.I In' talking: with Colin English the Estate V !

critical in the war program, and draft call will total 148,000 and it I other day I pointed out that the
James F. Byrnes' five-point guide, is expected that .this. rate will continue Army had taught our kids more ;Jn I '"
far determining the order of induction for at least the following less time than the schools had been : RUTH R. BEARDSLEY J, ,

,'of-men: in .the 26-29 age group. three months. The total does not, able to teach them in years but he I :

'*Mf,' however, you find that 'a rc--:I include volunteers under 18, who slapped me down with the explanation Insurance +
lacement:: is available for a registrant I provide the armed services' with that they did it by taking many -

: .he should be classified as I from 20,000 to 25,000' recruits I of the: best teachers and providingall

available for induction regardless of I monthly. the funds is they needed'for the N MISS ALICE SAVAGE. '
job. Which probably true.
his place In the groups, Hershey I -
Anyhow, the citizens school committee V :; V
wrote Following up the Byines"recommendations Geophysical Survey I
:
: Hershey told the has a real job to do _and V V"-i-: 1

:1fo' '1'ds to follow "to the fullest ex-: Started From HereBy with the full cooperation of school V Hopkins Building

1teixt possible" this order in' ,in'ducting I officials, the Governor and the public I I.
: men 26 through 29: Houston CompanyMoore I am confident they will do it.
I, for one, wish them all the uckin' Phone 66 or 27R2
1. Registrants'riot employed: in '- ..

fan.h activity appearing on the' essential ., ( Haven Democrat) j I back the them world up and in urge their the effort.people. to .:..:..:..: :..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:-:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :-:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..
activities list; The Brown Geophysical Companyof j

"2, Registrants whom the local Houston, Texas, began a survey .
"board finds to be employed in relatively of lands' adjacent to Lake -Okee-I .

\ unimportant jobs in essential chobee two weeks ago forgone of the I
!'but not critical jobs; major oil companies. which has I INFANTILE
II
3. Registrants whom the board leases on this, property. FIGHT I TO OUR ELECTRIC CONSUMERS :

finis to be employed in relatively It is understood that this survey PARALYSIS 1 ,

"Unimportant jobs in critical activities is largely on. lands owned by the JANUARY '14-31 l

; United States Sugar Corporation : The War Production Board has requested us to :

4. Registrants whom the local and leased to' the Sohio Oil Com-J I notify you of the issuance of Utilities Order U-9, prohibiting -

5 ---- U-r/MNM, rVVw.rw.Mack's i, certain uses of electricity. The purpose of the & ;

I Tallahassee.. Florida I order is to save scarce. fuels used in the generation of 1"

January '1st. 1945 electricity as a part of: the over-all war time fuel conservation -

< No'rICE-' 'f ; program of the United States Government.The '
Drug Store I NOTICE is hereby given that the
: Il Trustees of the Intern Jmp 'o' ment J uses' of electricity which are prohibited by C
Fund of the State of Florida and the ;I
State Board-ot, .CducAtSon; of the Stateof this order are :
JTlojcida. offer for ,sale to. be sold I
.' -l-16: the highest bidderin Tallahassee,
Florida at 12.00 o'clock' NOON, February I Outdoor
advertising
:, Excellent Prescription Service 6th, 1945, th I lands in HENDIIY COUNTY:
S 1,4 of Section 4. i 2-Outdoor display lighting except where necessary t

.ji. 'S ,i, ....' ." "', ., : All E% of of Section Section 10, r' !I'I for the conduct of the ,business of outdoor .esi r....
'jr'i" '' $- -'7A.MLllPgVPHONE20 ; ". All of Section 16, !I tablishments. '
; \ ,!f t Township ;'45 South, Range ,33 _
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East.Lands
,' .. to be sold Subject to 3-Outdoor decorative and outdoor ornamental light- r
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: Grazing Leases No. 311 and No.
-- 312, I ing.: '
-- expiringApril 28 1948.) ;
T 1. THIS NOTICE is published in compliance
Statutes with 1941. Section 270:07., Florida 'I I 4-Show window lighting except where necessary .

i The Trustees of the .Internal Improvement for interior illumination.

'.&.....................................................................................................................,..........................................................................................1 I Education Fund reserve and the the right State 'Boardof to .reject I
;:: ; any and all bids. ,i i 5-Marque lighting in excess of 60 Watts for each I'
BY ORDER of the Trustees of the
marque. :
t Internal Improvement Fund of the !
: r'1. State of Florida' and the State Boardof
Assembly of God Education of the State of Florida. 6-Outdoor sign lighting except 60 Watts per establishment :
% : SFESSARD'' L. HOLLAND,. \I
: ;... ;>:.' A ... .j ::: Governor. ;'for doctors and hotels' and .other 'public 1
q >'. .. SOUTH CLEWISTOX .;. Attest; lodging establishments. ;I
.
:::.:. .' ,.1 '' F. C. Elliot, Secretary
"' .....t"" ;; ".,: : Trustees i. I. !<'un<<. I'i
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: & :. Colin English. Secretary i
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; 'r.;:::.; >-s.i_;>:.df.0'.... Sunday School ...............______...._ 10:00. A..11I. ::. State. Board of Education.Jan. x You will wish comply fully with the. order and 1
..'. '5, 12, 19, 26, Feb. 2.' .
...; >:/1..{}:<-'t#: }:ili: }. Morning Worship J.Evangelistic /............-u._ -..... 11:00"- A. M. ..:'.. I I ; ye urge that you undertake immediately whatever ar- I
<. : rangements are necessary to be sure that you do not, tj
: ServiceWeekly ....-:.-..--..__. .__ 8:00 P. M. .'.:'. I NOT i c n ....... violate the order which becomes effective February 1,
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L .iL. Services, Tuesday ......:. 8:00 P. M. :: TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: ,i 1945.' -
.:. I This is to advise that it is my intention .
1 Young People's Service Friday:...... 8:00 P. M., : to register the name of CLEW I
ISTON BEAUTY SHOPPE with the CITY OF
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.f ,. 'r Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for i.i
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.. Hendry County Florida the said Hen- Electric and Waterworks .
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dry being the System
BAG\VELL '. > .:. County principal placeof I
: business of CLEWISTON BEAUTY'" :.

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"- r MMMMt'-P.ttiMMMMMhMMMMMC.MP.MMMMO.Mn.MMMMMMMP.? Bill With the Bull Voice

1 U : T ? ASK ME ? A quiz with answers offering ?? Was Keeping, It Quiet!

'I/"U'I/II' O / ? l'ANOrN
0. r"q.i! jI";" "D ? information on various subjects ? I
'R. 1
///O f.i Two heavily laden trucks were
... ... JJJ
zb/A zZ - -
7 ? r.C'-.C.M approaching each other on the
1 MMMf'.MMMI+ MMC C' r4f' I
"'; Smart Aleck busy highway. When they were
Joan-Do you know Mr. Hook? CAAIVTM4'D The Questions 6. What did it cost to build .the' still separated by about a hundred
first B-29? yards the drivers
respective rec.ognized *
Al Hook and
I old
are asso-
ciates. RICE 1. Does the United States own each other and began

she Panama Canal Zone? The Answers their long-distance greetings, slow.

I How to make enemies: "So :TN THE government's effort to produce 2. What is the meaning of ing their speed but slightly.
1. No it has lease
your boy's won a scholarship.Your A a 100 per cent war, an effort "comme il faut"? a perpetual The vehicles soon passed each
for down of
wife must be a clever which has led to the racing 3. What President in speaking of a a yearly payment rent of 250000.$10,000,000and other and were almost out of hear.

woman., ". blockade and will lead to the cur- the; White House said.: "You don't 2. Correct, or as it should be. ing range when'one of the drivers
/ tailment of other big-time games, live there. You're only exhibit A
3. Theodore Roosevelt. suddenly roared to the other:
J
Extravagance
what will be sport's future in 1945? to the country"?
Old Lady-Here's a nickel, ''my 4. For underwater cooking. Pea- "Say, how's that daughter ol
poor man; tell me how you be- Racing isn't the only sport that 4. Submarines use peanut oil. nut oil will not smoke unless heat- yours, Bill?"
came so destitute? will face the axe. There is sure to For what purpose? ed to over 450 degrees heat. "Oh," replied Bill, in his bull-

Tramp-Because ma'am, I was be a sweeping re- 5. 'Do elephants, as well as cam- 5. Yes. like voice, "she's gone and eloped

like you, always giving away classification of all els, have water bags for a' reserve 6. The first B-29 cost $3.392,396 she has, but we're keeping it
di- .,
4-Fs not engaged Y : s }
vast sums to the poor and needy. o supply of water? to build. They now cost $600,000. quiet!"
rectly in war pro- :74 R
duction. For example -

QUICK RELIEF FOR 250 big, league there ball are AF{> \r4 Few Secrets of Magic

players classifiedas Are Still UndiscoveredThe
HEAD 4-F who will be

re-examined and only tricks of magic whose
COLDr ] should be. Also, '
: secrets have never been discov-
there is
a large.
\ ered by one America's
any pro-
MISERYWhen number of profes-.
fessional magicians, including
sional football playGrantland I Houdini, were invented in 1916 by Trn
nostrils arecloggednosefeelsraw ers and college foot-
an amateur, Dr. S. C. Hooker,
ball players who will be reclassified.And .
membranes swollen, Collier's. One is bear's
", ; I says a
there is a strong chance that
reach for cooling : '
head that floats in the air and
:. Mentholatum. Speed- ':a those who are passed up for activewar
", ilyit(1)Helpsthinout( ) {? VVV duty will be called to some answers questions by nodding and __
thickstubborn mucus; moving from side to side; the oth- ,
essential form of war' help, apart c
((2)) Soothes irritated er is a full deck of 52 cards, held ( ::fr '
V'V membranes; ((3)) Helps % from sport. _
in small stand
upright a ,
anyone :
reduce swollen #
pas at : But there will still be football and
sages; (4)) Stimulates ,.' of which will emerge, float and per- t? ..7 {
local blood supply, h other forms of competition at West form as commanded, such as
right to "sick" area. :. Point and ,Annapolis and in all down
jumping up and on the table.
Every breath brings :V V' ,
relief V V schools housing Navy V-12 trainees.
l; Jars, tubes, 30*. left In 1935, the tricks became the
Also, there will be some sport
at those colleges which can muster property of John Mulholland, and
Shirley Quimby of New York, to :
i
MENTHOLATUM enough 17-year-olds to carry on, but
whom they were bequeathed with S
'.)'., this leaves a scant margin. In the
the understanding that their secrets -
main these 17-year-olds have been
.:' t e t only fillers-in, turning in good jobs were never to be divulgedand
:',,:, tYPew I just the same. that they were to be per- }
= formed only before magiciansnever -
The main blow will fall all
upon
When.ke before the public. .
[ professional sport, the play-pay

.:Y : looks contingent. This will be especiallytrue RUBIN Ben-Gay
if those who are still declared qVICK

.... .r unfit for war duty are sent into some I. Chinese Singing I

t- form of war work. Get this fast, welcome relief from muscular pain and

Just how this will affect profes- : ache! Soothing, gently warming Ben-Gay contains up to
t1
I Community singing :was unknown -
sional boxing and amatuer basketball 21/2 times more methyl salicylate and menthol-famous
in China six be-
! years ago,
}, remains to be seen. The rougher ing confined merely short verses pain-relieving agents your doctor knows about-than five

blast will hit professional base- chanted by men at work. Even other widely offered rub-ins.That's why it's so.fast...so
ball before it reaches football soothing. Always insist !
pro on genuine Ben-Gay
the consisted of solo,parts.
as the latter still has an interval .of operas Copyright 1944.by Thos.Leeming St.Co.,Inc.
Today, however, in face of the
seven or eight months before another -
'
:; Remember that Constipation present crisis, patriotic war songs
.. can make all tasks look blg!;> season starts. But the base- are popular everywhere, and
; Energy at low ebb? Check constipa. ball training is scheduled to open sometimes as many as 10,000
': :3 tionl! Take Nature's within three months-and that's on
Remedy NR
( voices are united in a demonstration. -
'V Tablets). Contains no chemicals no the shorter side. .
'
minerals,no phenol derivatives.NR
Tablets are different-act different. For How Long?

rVV 10 Purely,vegetable vegetable-a ingredients combination formulatedover of How long will this last? Until the I

50 years ago.Uncoated or candy war in 'Europe is worn How long will
coated, their action is dependable, that be? Your guess probably is as
thorough, yet gentle, as millions of good as that of any commanding
NR's have proved. Get a 25ji Con- general. Many of the latter haven'tset 1.

vincer Box today. All druggists.1! any records at guessing correctly -
V! Caution: Take only as directed. so far.

UK TONIGHT TOMORROW: ALRIGHT We have had enough-too much-

All-VEGETABLE lAXATIVE hopeful wishing to keep on makingthe

same mistake. Of course, the
pro football and pro baseball players -
still participating in their sportsare

: only a minute part of 11,000.000
( or 12,000,000 men in the armed serv

fE (f ONE WORD SUGGESTION ices.It.
isn't any one sport alone. It is
:!:: FOR ACID INDIGESTION-
the massed front of so many sports

) that use up gasoline, men neededfor
I' ITUMS war work, travel accommodations
! __ .... S
, :' "M 1 and so forth. And it isn't easy 4'' 1 1r
to discriminate.

.. Along the narrow path of sane rI
[. I /
reasoning, there seems little 1

''bt>, chance that the war in Europe will
!- be ended by early summer, with the
war against Japan closing at a
much later date. This will makeit

wr ij'Y difficult for any pro baseball r
. / league to open in April or May. It / ,
;, will be a rough undertaking to makeup /7 V'4

leagues composed of those under r
18 and those older than 36 or 38. ,

, ..xi At this time high school sport

should be encouraged in place of

I., being cut down. The toughest part of
the German army today is com-
posed of those 11 to 14-year-old kids
Hitler started training and buildingup

riLoNcAI.'s 10 years ago. Over here we have : ,
paid far too little attention to the -

LAKE: physical development of those in the i I
same age brackets.OneFourth .
the
Beiie
V: of "I"nc ymn picture, -
; star
V Paramount .
? LostWe
Dawn, a well.is

one of well.iaformed have been losing 25 per cent ot

groomed Ilollywood powder.who our 18-year-old draftees for physi- I Men's lives'depend on supplies by air when advance comb&(units are cut off

Ca1OX Tooth Inc., cal reasons, while Germany Nor-
.b guide these fighting -
parachute lights quickly
!
' D4cKessoabona, way, Sweden and other'European in enemy territory Battery-powered ,

? Bridgepor TOOtH countries have lost only 7 to 9 per men to essential food, ammunition and medical equipment. Batteries help light

CMmOX POWDER cent. To have 25,000 of every 100,000 front-that's why they are not available
18-year-olds unfit for military service the way to Victory on every fighting

is a rough indictment on the here at home. Use your batteries sparingly... keep them
way we have handled this part of
the job. cool and dry. Burgess Battery Company, Freeport, Illinois.

Starts INSTANTLY to relieve Football, with more than sevenmonths'
Before You Travel
Think Twice
leeway, has a better break
MUSCULAR than baseball has. But seven months

V : may not be long enough. Racing, BURGESS BATTERIES
which was planning to open a new

ACHES-PAINS season from California ,to Florida,
i ,via New Orleans, takes the hardest
SERVICE
f Soreness and Stiffness IN THE NATION'S
V jolt. Racing's losses will run far be- _
For powerfully blessed soothing prompt relief Musterole.-rub on It yond the combined losses of foot-

actually helps break up painful local ball, baseball and all other banned BURGESS BATTERY COMPANY, FREEPORT, ILLINOIS'I
TV V congestion.So much easier to apply thana ''or stifled sports put together.Yet .
mustard plaster. "No fuss. No muss
with Musterolel" Just rub it on. there will be plenty of sport
In 3Strengths in 1945, but it won't be big-time, 1b
s big-money sport. In an all-out, 100
r bLLilR! per cent war, there can be no discrimination -
of any sort.


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of Christening ShipThe



first known method of chris- M G R uoOR 1l d

tening a ship was that of drinkinga Q

toast from a silver cup, then W EA ON Marks on paint made by The next time the curtains are

throwing the cup into the sea. MwN l i'.'NUSt scratching matches thereon may down, give curtain rods a light J.+!
When somebody realized that that wwl. 1 Tae removed by rubbing a cut lemon coat of wax and see how easy it '".
them. is to replace the curtains. It also
over .
habit the Notes
.. was an extravagant Washington, D. C. of a Newspaperman: -.- prevents rusting. ,;

breaking of a ,bottle of spirits Peter Donald forwards the story -.- ',:
COMMANDERS
GREEN U. S. Before storing food in bc!.. see
came in.Original1y. BLAMED FOR SETBACK about three GIs just back from over that hot food has cooled ofT. Use Tie a little piece of sponge to :

it was thrown at the Those in the know inside the Pen. seas who went into the automat and refrigerator dishes with lids and a medicine dropper for a handy I:

bow. But one sponsor in England tagon building say that if there is found that the only available table wipe outside of containers clean envelope moistener. F

threw wild, missed, hit a spectator ever a thorough army probe it will was one that was occupied by a before storing. -.-

-who promptly sued the British show that U. S. intelligence fell spinsterish female. Wanting a little -.- If a gas smell remains after s :
down even more badly than former privacy, they decided to sit down, should all the ;
Admiralty. And that, says Bias cut garments nev dampers of the furnace are
Chief of Staff Gen. Peyton March hoping by means of conversation to er be ironed carelessly lest sagging open, place several sheets of
is chris-
Navy legend, why every make her finish and leave in a I
indicated advance up
regarding ;
prepa- result. Experts advise iron- newspaper atop of the coal. The
tening bottle is firmly hog-tied bya break- hurry The first GI said: "Boy,
rations for the German :
ing with the grain of the fabric paper will go up in flames, taking
lanyard. through. Even American news dispatches life overseas sure was tough. Ididn't
rather than from neck to hem. every trace of gas with it. ;:
told of German activity be- have a bath in eight months.

hind the lines and lights burningat "Think that's bad?" said the 'sec-

S night. ond. "I couldn't even wash my Fluffy Ruffles' Apron ,

SNAPPY FACTS Military experts also say, how- hands in four weeks." PJ

ever, that other factors contributedto "We were so busy," the third add- In Simplest Crochet
ABOUT4RUBBER the serious setback, one of them ed, "I couldn't change my under-

I being failure to have experienced wear in five months."
colonels and lieutenant-colonels as At that point, the old gal lookedup FLUFFY ruffles" crocheted

field 'commanders. They trace this and said: "Would one of you apron in feminine pastels or

I back to a ruling by the late Gen- stinkers mind passing the salt?" white. Quickly and easily madeof t l
eral McNair, commander of the inexpensive mercerized cotton. 1t

ground forces, that no colonel over The government has stopped horse 1 1ry

'48 could serve in combat overseas. racing inAmerica. We wish it wereas
"
The "Weasel, one of the lat-
has be- This meant that many of the regu- easy to stop ,America's Trojan
vehicles
est military
lar army, national guard and reserve horses.An.
to the
come a major adjunct E
officers who had been under
prosecution of the war ,be- i .
cause of its astonishing 'fire in the last war, trained their American citizen of Ger- : ..; .
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maneuverability on all sorts men in the United States, went with man ancestry was walking down 1
them to the port of ,embarkation, On your favorite N. B. C. elation
of terrain. The special rubber Powell Street, in San Francisco, Sa'urday-mornIng
track on which it is pro- then were left behind at desk jobsin when he was stopped by a soldier 11:00 every A. M., E. W. T.

pelled was designed and developed the U.S.A. Youngsters, who were -who asked: "Can you tell WISE WSOC WFBC

by Tho B. F. Good- only lieutenants or captains in 1941, me the way to Chinatown?" WPTF WSJS

rich Co. took their places. These' youngsters i lie replied: "Yes, of course, it 10:00 A. M., C. W. T.
had all the courage and vigor in the is two blocks over and two WSB WSM WAPO WROL WSFA

If seriousness anyone has of any the doubt truck tire about short-the world, but they lacked one thing so I blocks to the left, but you don't r:

age, he only has to know that all-important in battle-experience I want to go there because you

ODT figures show that the truck under fire. i are a Jap" The soldier replied -
l and truck tractors of the countryrun 106TH DIVISION CAVED FIRST i : "And you are a German"

i up close to 48 billion miles a Military experts point out that the The citizen said: "How did ,
year of road travel. That calls for division reported to have caved inI I you know?" The soldier .e, ; t ;" '

plenty of tires! first when the Germans counterattacked replied: "I know because I've i

was the 106th. It had just : killed a lot of them the last two !I

r7 gone into the line and'not one hostile months in Italy and I'm on my

shot had ever been fired over its way home to Seattle" The really soothing becausethey're : !
:
head. This division gave way like citizen of German ancestry : "
really.medicated Ni *
straws before a tornado.If looked at the uniform of the soldier '
and saw on it a Presidential a? 'f alt l J
comittee of
a congress '
-
, citation, the Purple Heart and a
should ever take the trouble to i
look up the officers of the 106th few other campaign ribbons. I

division it will find that just be- Telling this story about him- Dainty crocheted apron adds glamour to I I
1AT self, he said: "Boy, was I em- your entertaining. Pattern 7361 contains
fore it sailed all its older field
L officers removed and barrassed! The soldier was of crochet directions for apron; stitches. CCUGI I
were ,
Due to an unusually large demand and
Japanese ancestry and a member -
younger, but very green officers, current war conditions slightly more timeis
put in their places. Had the 'of the famous 100th Infantry required In filling orders for a few of 0 LOZENGES
106th division held for Battalion!" the most popular pattern numbers.
only a : Millions use F & F Lozenges to :
Send your order to:
few hours it would have made sooth :
: give their throat a 15 minute
Edward Stettinius who is certain. i-
all the difference in the worldto : ing, comforting treatment that :
the rest' of the army and to ly the.most modest ,and democraticof Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept. : reaches all the, way down. For :
the length of the, war. ,o'ur Secretaries of State, used to 564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, 111. :' coughs,throat imtations br hoarseness :
'visit the Broadway night clubs occa-: Enclose 16 cents for PatternNo. : resulting from colds smoking,
Military experts say somewhat the sionally a few years ago. One nighthe soothe with F&F.Box, only lOji. ':
FIRST same thing happened at Kasserinepass went into the old Paradise witha
and Salerno. At Kasserinepass Name ,
SIGN OF A _I) male companion 'Headwaiter
green field commanders ignored Albert Berryman scanned them withan Address
JIll the first-rudiments of defense
0 i iA io
appraising and unrecognizing eye ii
namely that a halted regiment "Hello Albert said Stettin i
c : ,
should dig, in and prepare field forti- SeabeesThe
USE666 fications in ius, "don't you remember me?
enemy territory. "
"Oh, yes, fibbed Albert (tryingto
Maj. Gen. Lloyd Fredendall was Seabees started out in Octo-
directedBuy place the man), as he showed him
Cold Preparations as eF
made the goat at Kasserine pass to a none-too-good table. ber, 1941, with an experimentalgroup V

and transferred back to the U.S.A., ,The part I like is that Stettiniuswho of 99. In June of 1944 there

War Savings Bonds- just as, Maj. Gen. Ernest Dawleywas ( was then 'only chairman of U. were 262,000 of them.
made the goat.at Salerno. How- headwaiter Albert
S. Steel) knew ,
ever, high-up 'officers, who have but Albert didn't know him!
FLUSH KIDNEY URINE
studied these battles, say the real

Benefit wonderfully from famous fault was not theirs, but that all Ernest Hemingway went to Chi-
colonels of the 34th division which GEE-SHE
cago ago after working in _
doctor's discovery that relieves years _
lost so heavily at Kasserine _
were .
,
had lived in Oak
Kansas City. He
backache, run-down feeling due replaced by green field commandersjust Park, 111., and was an old school- LOOKS 0U Y .

to excess acidity in the urine before the division saw action.To mate of Ted Tod's, now working forWarners'
get the entire picture, it is neces- TODAY
People everywhere are finding amazing At the time, Tod was
to recall Pearl
that after
relief from painful symptoms of bladder sary Har- working for, the Chicago Herald-Ex- 1'
irritation caused by excess acidity in the bor the army collected the majors, &
urine. DR. KILMER'S SWAMP ROOT aminer as a reporter, and 'Hemingway -
acts fast on tho kidneys to ease discomfortby lieutenant colonels and colonels hoped Tod would try to get hima >;
the flow of urine. This from the r
promoting national
pure regular army,
herbal medicine is especially welcome job on the paper Tod went in ,>:
where bladder irritation due guard and reserves who had battle .
to excess to speak to Frank Carson, the city
acidity is responsible for "getting up at training in World War I, calling
him Hem-
nights". A carefully blended combinationof editor. He told all about
16 herbs, roots, vegetables, balsam; Dr. many from civil life, and put themin ingway-what a good writer he was
Kilmer's contains nothing harsh, is cbtolutely charge of troop training. As a result
hasn't worked in
non-habit forming. Just good ingredients He said: "He
the had sizable
that many people say have a army a groupof Chicago, but he knows it, knows,
marvelous effect experienced field officers nol names, etc." Carson looked up
Send for free, prepaid sample TODAY! I
Like thousands of others you'll be glad easily stampeded. and ho-humm'd: "Does he know any
that you did. Send name and address to McNair Copies British "
? "No said
Department A. Kilmer & Co., Inc., Box Chicago coppers ,
1255, Stamford, Conn. Offer limited. Send Then in June 1942, General Mo Tod "Well, I don't care how
at once.All_druggists sell Swamp Root. Nair, commanding the ground good a writer he is," replied Carson.

forces and an A-1 general in most "Our reporters have to know the

respects, suddenly decided to copy Chicago coppers" -. So Hemingway 1
the British. He found that British didn't get the job. 'Instead he V rL:2'SQRETONEI

colonels were around 45 years oJ went to Canada-worked on a To-

age, so gave verbal orders that no ronto paper and from there startedhis !

I American colonel over 48 could climb.If I

serve with combat troops. it hadn't been for his not know- ,YOU BET you show it when those I

Army experts say that undoubtedly ing any Chicago policemen, Hemingway cruel pains shoot through arms, soothes fast with

some colonels and lieutenant. might still be working on the neck, back or legs. Do sometJung.
I colonels needed to be weeded out fox Chicago paper. Rub on SORETONE!: Liniment. Get ak
physical or other reasons. The army: the blessed .relief of Soretone's C 0 LD H EAT

has been too lax with its physically All this talk of what to do cold heat action. Quickly Soretoneacts

unfit during soft and easy years ol with Germany-and, of course, to:

t peace. However, they believe thai it is more than talk, it is a 1. Dilalesurlacecapillarrblood; ACT 0 N ''

General McNair swung far too fax grave, great problemremindsme vessels.
..BECAUSE IT'S RICH in the other direction. of this tale An apostleof 2. Check muscular cramps. incases of

IN VITAL ELEMENTS Fortunately a lot of the troops conciliation once asked the 3.. Enhance local circulation. MUSCULAR LUMBAGO
landing in Normandy were sea- late Georges Clemenceau if his 4. Help reduce local sicelling.

Good-tasting Scott's Emulsion helps soned under fire in Italy. Gen. hatred of the Germans was Developed by the famous McKcs- OR BACKACHEson

build strong bones, sound teeth, and Mark Clark has done a great based on knowledge. "Have you Laboratories, Soretone is a duo to fatigue) or exposureMUSCULAR

stamina; helps build resistance to colds. job there of baptising troops. ever been to Germany?" he in- 'l unique formula. Soretone contains PAINS
l
Others, such as General Patch's quired. methyl salicylate, a most effective
It's rich in natural A&D Vitamins* that due to colds
For fastest
Seventh "No Monsieur the pain-relieving agent. action _
army were seasoned at replied
may be lacking in the diet. 'And-it's 4 let dry, rub in again. There's ,
SORE MUSCLES
Guadalcanal, but obviously Tiger, "I have not been to Ger- i ,
times easier to digest than Main cod liver only one Soretone-insist on it for '
there But twice in lifetime duo to overwork
were not
enough sea- many. my Soretone results; 5K.( Big, long.
oil So give it daily.Buy at all druggists I
soned troops to man the long, tho Germans have been to lasting bottle, $1. MINOR SPRAINS
'.>Recommended; by Many Doctors front extending all the way from France. .

Holland to the Alps, and the

Nazis kept probing one spot This isn't as good as the "West- /

after another until they found inghouse-I'm westing" gagbutit's .
0'I the softest part of 'the front. going the rounds among the I s s s *Though Ingredients applied cold In rubofaclcnt 8or.--

Perhaps their intelligence even icky set-and makes me ick: .----: the tone act superficial like heat lupply to Increase of

I 1 knew that green commanders "We're broom-mates. We sweep E blood to tho area and indue
makes it" E .
"and McKesson acme of warmth.Drinking
clowioff
I ft
had just,.come into the line tneether. Dust us two.


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VAGB TE 'CLEWISTON NRWS
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Is Giffin, W C, Owen, J. E. Beardsley, METHODIST WORSHIP SERVICES OWI I i
Menninger Essential- Smith, $2 ,Selden L.
Joseph Robbins. K. Swayne, \ IX ,CLEWISTOX, ; Stewart, $2;
Speaker At MeetingOf A. Davis, A. O. Ward, Mr. Murrayof M. R. Stroud, $2; Elbert L., Stewart, I
I : $2; A. L. Taylor, $2
G. B. Thomas
Belle Glade, Pfc. Jim Ferguson, The pastor of the Moore Haven (Continued from Page 4) ; ,
Garden Club P. O. Thompson, F. C. Long, R. C Methodist Church has announced J I services he critical classification is, ,$2; C. A. Thomas, $2; J. F. Tippey.
Greenaway, C. L, McLendon, Dr. C. worship services for the Methodist applied to physicians, surgeons dentists -I $2; F. J. Tokieda, $1; Asa Townsend h

'Stating that there are thousands E. Gericke Dr. W. D. Wylie, Foy people of Clewiston. There bas I ,. oculists, osteopaths, sanitary!I| H. T., $2; U. S. Sugar Corp., $10; "'-
0f I > beautiful flowering trees that Durrence, Dr. L. M. Weetman, WIl- been set up the Methodist Church I I engineers, veterinarians engaged In R. V. Vaughn Walker, $2; Frank Veltrl, $1; \
\fill grow in South Florida Edwin liam Berkhardt, John Lou, J. K. School, and the people seem to beI farm live stock treatment, medical,!|' A. O. Ward, $5; J. H. Walker, $2. 'i '1
i $2 R. A.
.h. Menninger of Stuart, who makesa Rogers, F. E. Conkling, Curtis greatly interested in the work. We I dental and optical laboratories, land ; Westmore- I "
: "hobby of growing flowering trees Thompson, G. H. Brown, E. C. Mills, are expecting great numbers to at-Ii I I I pharmaceutical services, hospitals,!',, C. Wilson, $2; ,Dr. C. E. Weaver, $2; R. ;11;
I $2 E. }I. Williams
;
rged Clewiston Garden Club members Lawrence Lee, Howard L. Graces, tend each, service. nursing services, and institutional F. L. $2; ,
D. C. Hancock, W. N. Martin Bernard I care. Into the "essential" Williamson, $1; L. A. Wolff,
j class
of go
to impress the people Jan.
Beginning next
upon Sunday, 28,1 t $1; Dr. W. D.
Wylie, $3 John C.
Myers, Carl Johnson, H. R. mortuary services, auxiliary civilian ; :
Clewiston that it is no harder to there will be a regular church service ZiIer, $5 A. P.
plant a flowering tree than it is to Hall, B.. L. Thompson, Willard Doty, each Sunday afternoon. We are I welfare services to the armed forces, ( ; Wynn, $2. ;
fclant; a commonplace one. The C. W. Fuller, S. P. Slonaker and meeting in the Clewiston Library I 1!: welfare services to civilians, church ;:
garden club of Florida, Mr. Men- John W. Randolph. each Sunday afternoon at 3 m. i(j i activities, ,accident and fire prevention i
...,..... .. .... ..,.h ..'" ....1,.", .1... .,"'.." :" Members of the Women's Associa Come p. ][I services and structural pest Addresses- "
.uu&ta O..IU. UVUIU .n.'" II'" "' ''u III -- and get a blessing from the I
: tlon, unde-r the chairmanship of '': control services.
Only educational
planting flowering trees. We have I Lord. We give an invitation to all )
the climate, soil and moisture, he; Mrs. Joseph Robbins, who served are people to attend the services. i!.'service considered critical I is the ) ',
added, to make such plantings a.tmccC5S. I Mis. F. E. Conkling Mrs. J. H. Church School (for all age peo-' United States Maritime Service Training help but appreciate the courtesy, '
I Doty, Mrs. Maxine Morrison, Mrs. ple-3:00 Program; most others are listed hospitality, and kindness shown oJ
W. Berkhardt, Mrs. G. .H. Brown, p. m. 'I'+ as essential services. them here." F
Florida will become
a desert if"we Worship Service--4:45
Mrs. R. C: Greenaway, Mrs. P. O. p. ra. In the forestry and lumbering I He expressed the hope that upon f
do not have more trees Mr. Rev. Lewis Minter !
I Pastor.
Thompson, Mrs. JE. Beardsley, fields the critical their return
>Menninger said with feeling, and ,j only classifications to their, own country
people of South Florida should wake j Mrs. D. C. Hancock and Miss Florence are those or timber tracts and} they might be In a position to repay I
up to that fact. Trees make, the Graham. Day. The entire sen'icEfoni11: be in : logging camps, cutting of pulpwood, to the -hundreds of Americans they
Climate cooler in summer and warmer I charge of members of ,the. Westminster -') wood for tanning extract, sawmills, will find in 'England, the "hospitality :
in winter and prevent excessh I CADET CLUB; WILL HAVE Fellowship. i I veneer and planing -and plywood that has been shown them here. i

dryness by the expiration of moisture I WELCOMING IX PARTY The choir will sing, "Seek Ye the mills. I The wings parade took place on i iJ
from the leaves. When trees I Lord," by Roberts. | Substantially, the guide system setup J the field before the flight tower, i it
I The Cadet ,Club will hold a wel- by WMC, which is in accordance with martial 1
are cut down, others should be There will be four messages by I t music provided by the .,1.
planted to take their place, he said, coming in party Wednesday even- the young people based on the with- the directive to Selective Serv Buckingham Army Air Field Band .. \
ing for the new Riddle Field cadets ice by the Director of War Mobilization 'of Fort
will find climate I Myers, through the courtesy
tor we soon our theme' of the day "Since Christ Ts ( I
who arrived this week. Tlie cadetsof
and Reconversion '
James r. of the
Changed very much, for the worse. Lord." commanding officer of Buck-
all courses are cordially invited Byrnes, reflects the intensified I
He urged Garden Club members to I demands ingham Field. Several hundred i.f i.
and the hostesses are urged to be 1. I must discover what is God'swill : on American
resources omen visitors viewed
inspire each and every one to plant the ceremony. t tI
present for this occasion. for my life, and do it.-Norma, and materials
to the
wage war, I
& 'tree and the beauty of Clewiston Jean Potts. Accompanying Air Vice Marshal
and the fact that
"would be enhanced by such a program the past years of Willock was his personal assistant,
CLEWISTOX COMMUNITY 2. I must use my life, my time, war have absorbed the more readily: f
and the climate
im- Squadron
greatly Leader J. P. Blackman, p
CHURCH my talents, and my money as God- available resources
proved. and Squadron Leader E. W. B.
David :C. Hancock, Minister given trusts-Jeanne Bartz.
Mr. Menninger also mentionedthe [ Lewis, senior accountant officer of
plan, sponsored by the Florida 3. I must foster a oneness among Hendry County'sContinued the RAF delegation in Washington.Other .
?Tress Association, to plant a tree SUNDAY, JAN. 28, 1945 races, classes, nations, cultures and Embry-Riddle Co., officials
:535 a living memorial to men and Sunday School, 9:45: a. m., Dr. :C. faiths-Carline Berner. I ( from Page 1)) 'present were George G. Wheeler, f
women In the military service who, E. Gericke, superintendent. Classesfor 4. I must help in the world-wide I Reeves, $2; J. F. Reahard, Jr., $2; I Jr., executive vice-president, and
Jail to return, these trees to be all ages.Morning task of the Church-Bruce Beards- R. L. Richardson, $2; A. D. Rich- Nate Reece, Jr., assistant vice-presi- t
"placed in parks and street plantings Worship, 11:00 a. m. A ley. ardson, $2; F. Rodriguez, $2; Joe dent, both of Miami.
With suitable plaques to indicate nursery: for small children will be Others taking part in the service Robbins, $2; 'J. K. Rogers, $2; L. I The graduating class left on Sat-'

whose memory they will keep green. conducted by the Mothers' Club at are: Sherwood Hall, Edward Conk-I C. Rosenberg, $1; I. H. Schneider,, urday evening and a new class arrived -
Departing from the usual procedure the Community Center. ling, Frank Conkling, Jr., Jo Ann $2; Mrs. A., W. Sias, $2 ; Fred C. Tuesday to take their places
Clewiston Garden Club members This Sunday is Young People's Crouch and Shirley Owen. Sikes, $5; G. H. Small, $2; E. J. :and commence their flight training.
met Thursday afternoon at the ------------- - - ---------------------

'Beardsley: Farm, on Road 25 east ',..Tw.,,. ,.....,-- '
of Clewiston. Going first across
,
the highway to Osceola Groves, club .. ""
members had the pleasure of seeking :- "
rare and beautiful plantings of ?< !'t '.I

{ palms and tropical trees and shrubs .: f ; N
collected there by C. J. Gonterman, : ; ;: .c c;. ); : :;' ? / : ';>
owner of Osceola Groves. S She' < !; ;/**: ': : : i' .' ;, : i :. ;
at his side : ., <;:
i Returning to the Beardsley Farm r Mi'r. '
.
the group gathered on the lawn toThear ; J;: (0
Mr. Menninger speak and here ,
refreshments of orange juice and :
"s Sandwiches served the hostesses .7..4.; '. \ ",. .
were by .>. -'. .
for the afternoon, Mrs. J. E. i, 'I : 6i'e /

:Beardsley, Mrs E. M. Cornette, Mrs. P t4

"sen.F. E.Mrs.Conkling G. B. and Rackstraw Mrs. Otto was Lar-program r! .1 ; :7j: ,

; chairman for this meeting. ; : : .
Thirty members and five guests attended ', ''/ .'", ,,
: ?t;:{; =';; .>':d,;.1,(' '- : ;'>':."-.::; :; ,

"MEN'S ,. ';"" ",'-;:.;i.-';,: "Easy, Sergeant Joe easy n'ow. ." '" :\. ,.
FELLOWSHIP '
SINNER TUESDAY KNIGHT ;; ::;, Sergeant Joe is walking today slow,' o' ,

;:",: : fumbling, steps and Private First Class ,'
The Men's Fellowship dinner, ,W' :':
Mary Jones of the WAC is walking beside
given at the Community Center on
'Tuesday evening, proved to be very him proud of him his sacrifice, his :

successful ,and had an unusually fine 3 '4' gentle courage proud of his faith and i
attendance. Dr. Bruce J. Giffen, of
fort: Lauderdale, was the guest M k trust in her . proud to .serve him as / ,r: t

lM speaker and gave avery: interestingtalk medical technician, Women's Army Corps. ,'

on the country of Egypt.A q
delicious dinner of fresh ham, a waw And -. he'll be needing her close by him y

scalloped potatoes, string beans let- in the long weeks ahead '. until he learnsto t
tuce and tomato salad, olives, h trolls
coffee and apple pie a la mod 3. walk' again as a soldier walks :

Gentlemen attending were Dr. fi"" '
; That funny lopsided grin< '. kind of gets -
x
a you, doesn't it? but,chin up, Mary Jones ; ,

; c ,' ? soldiers don't cry. and you are a ('."'
V
r 4Y y t soldier, a mighty fine soldier!
I "'
, Clewiston a '" ,
% t .4 We're proud of you' too . First Class \:

I I I American, Mary Jones! I '



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f V There are many, many like Sergeant :

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x Joe in this war. They'll be needing .

; ,;, .> m \: many more like Mary Jones beside

S. them on the long road back to health

1 1f i . a greater need than they can,ever \ '
o.THE .
f FAIRWAYS : '.' put into tvords yes ....._ I

< Thousands upon thousands of
EXCELLENT '
American women are urgently needed

4 to enlist at once in the Women's

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i } Army Corps for training as medical '

4 technicians. They will serve in Army
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i L t '" t hospitals as medical and surgical $-.

t r WEATHER I"w" assistants, medical stenographers,

; GOOD If g laboratory and X-Ray specialists,

,t pharmacists, etc. For information

I ..> ', ; on enlistment and opportunities,
: ." 5 This Message Contributed As a Public Service by visit WAC
: ', : your nearest recruiting
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MEET YOUR ,:. ',:; 216 S. Olive St. West Palm Beach I
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