The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 11, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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r Red Cross Room Has I R. J. Bestor Is Major In

New Hours MondaysMrs. Field Artillery Forces


W. H. Lanier and Mrs. E. Richard J. Bestor, son of Mr. and

AMERICAN LEGION L. ,Stewart, co-chairmen of surgical EIGHTEEN, YEAR OLDS Mrs. H. A. Bestor, this week was BOARD THIS MONTH : ,?
'dressing work forthe local Red promoted to the rank of major in ,

Cross, announce that the room will ... the United States Army, and be-

not, be opened on Monday nights comes, at 25 years of age, one of :)1
It Today Is the first day for eigh- The American Legion, at the The December call for whIte. ,
until further notice. All other the youngest in the field .
teen-year-old male youths ,to register regular monthly meeting on Tuesday men draftees in Hendry County will be '<
hours will be as formerly, and the forces to hold the rank of Major.
E,: for selective service_ but at night .at 'the Inn decided not one of the largest yet made, twenty- '. '/0
[ .eleven .o'clock this morning Mrs. room will be open Monday after- to sponsor a community Christmas Major Bestor's recommendation eight having been served with ,,, 'J;
from 1:30 till 5. On Tues- for the six
.L S. Bell, Jr., clerk in the local noons .Tree this year but will collect funds promotion came only notices to report on the specified ;""''j
days and Fridays it will be open months after he was promotedfrom
;. board's office, stated that none had as in the past, these funds to be date this month to be sent to Camp -, ,.:
from 1:30 till 5 and again from first lieutenant to Captain.He :
l yet appeared for registration here. used for paying for the cartons of Blanding for possible induction. ::,
7:30 till 9:30 'at night. is in the Field Artillery and is "
t This registration of eighteen- cigarettes recently sent to all men Several of these men have trans- 4!
At present there remains three- now serving as executive officer of '
year-olds whose 18th birthday has in the service from this county and ferred to other states or other ._=!
quarters ofthe November quotaof his battalion at, Camp Adair, 1,
come or will come between July to provide cash or baskets of food boards within this state and still ,
bandages to be made. Only 5- Oregon. .
1 and December 31, will be registered for the few needy families of the others have already entered the \
000 of an assigned 22,000 have. Major Bestor is a graduate of
between now and the first area. armed services so it is not known'
been completed. the University of Florida ,at Gaines- '
of the year in three age groups according Appointed on the committee to just how many will actually be sent -'ii
Encouraging, :however, is the ville, where he was a member of
; \ to the months in which solicit funds for this purpose wereG. to Blanding. {.$
' : report that this week there were the R., O. T. C. Unit and receivedhis .
their birthdays occur. In order to B. Thomas. F. E. Conkling, J. The list is as follows: )j
: shipped 14,400 surgical dressings, first military training. He en-
I refresh their memories regardingthese E. Beardsley, N. V. S. Mumford, W. Donald Earl Royer of Fort De,1'
, making a total of 35,900 which tered the field artillery forces of '
, dates they are republished as C. Owen and Carl .H. Berner.A naud, now employed at Bushnell. :'j.
have been made in Clewiston and the Army with a commission as :-
follows: proposal ,was made by J. M. Berry Booker Touchstone, who j
shipped to medical centers of the second lieutenant and his promo- "
Couse that the Legion registered here but is now living in
United purchase
male citizens of the
Army. The December quota is 27- tion has been rapid since that time. :
months off flags for the selective service of- Gulfport, Miss. {
; States, born during the 000 four by four dressings. --- ;
July and August, 1924, shall reg- fices in Clewiston and Moore Haven Mann Whidden, now in Okee- .. '

ister sometime during the week beginning but W. C. Owen reported that Sabotage, Attempt Is chobee. rJ' ;

L Friday, Dec. 11, and end- Salvation Army the Moore Haven Masonic Lodge John Pershing Duke, of Ken- _:.

ing Thursday, Dec. 17, 1942. has already ordered flags for this Frustrated At Moore tucky. ,
Major Speaker At purpose. Walter Zelner Gilbert, Jr., La:1::
r All males born during the months
' Attending the meeting were the Haven River Bridge Belle. i
{ of September and October, 1924, .
" Kiwanis Meeting committee members named above, Dan Haskel Duke, Clewiston. /
week .
shall register during the com- .... :
ending H. R. Hall and F. E. Conkling ,of Robert Ellis Fountain, Clewis'I_
18 and
; mencing Friday, Dec. ,
What is believed have
( 24 1942. Clewiston, R. N. Miller of LaBelleand might ton. h
:": V Thursday, ,Dec. the monthsof Major Charles Johnson, head of J. M. Couse and S. C. Stalls beenan attempt to sabotage the Samuel Laulas Lang, Clewiston.
All born during
1924 the Salvation Army in West Palm of Moore Haven, bridge across the CaloosahatcheeCanal Charles Jacob Easterly, iiLa, .
November and December, ,
Beach, was the guest speaker at the at 'Moore Haven Sunday Belle. x '!
shall register during the week be- weekly meeting ,of the' Kiwanis night was broken up by the appearance William Edward Davidson, Clew- '.-

ginning Saturday, Dec. 26, and ending Club at the Inn Wednesday even- of the city marshall and iston. -
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1 Thursday, 'Dec. 31. OPA OFFICIALS SAY "
ing. constable who found four sticks of James Emory Sumner, Felda.

; During the continuance of ,the Major Johnson gave a most interesting dynamite under the bridge and Irah Homer Sweeney, Fort De-

; present war, male youths born on talk on the historical fired ab two men who fled into the naud. ;
or after January 1, 1925, shall background of the Salvation Army, NEEDED darkness.The Halley L. DeLaney, Jr., LaBelle.

register on the same day they at- its purposes and objectives and officers were making a Leroy Hare, Clewiston. ';

tain their eighteenth birthday, except then related how he became activein FOR RATION OFFICEJ. check-up of the town soon after the Edgar Elmon Warren, now in '..'

when that birthday occurs_ on the organization. He said thatas arrival of a group of U. S. Army ,Tallahassee. 1J

a Sunday or holiday when they a child he was the son of a tenant invasion boats which stopped for Charles Morris... Lear, now in j

will register the following day. farmer in North Carolina and W. Cooper, organization of- the night at the city wharf and, Jacksonville. .

the Salvation Army lassies were ficer, and J. H. Dolcater, district were attracted by a flicker of lightat Fred David Waldron, Clewiston.

Farmers Rejoice very kind and always generous, ration officer from the district of- the bridge. Parking thejr car Thomas Jacobs, Kewanna, Ind.

particularly at Christmas time. Des- fice of'the Office of Price Ad- in the darkness they approachedthe James Ortman Alderman, La-

Over Drought EndThe pite the hardships of his childhood ministration in Tampa 'were here bridge and were almost immediately Belle. -

he' had planned to try and enter today to look over the local ration- attracted to a piece of Elmo Handing Powell, Clewiston.

the ministry but not having the ing board's set-up and to suggest fishing line tied to a handrail. They Robert Nelson Brantley, Clew- .

worst fall drought, 'it is be- money to educate himself for any such changes ,as_ they saw neededto pulled this up and found the dyna- iston.

lieved, in the history ,of the Everglades other type of ministerial work he be' made., mite tied in, newspaper. It was Minzie M. McCall, Clewiston.

t. K ,\ appar d, Jmo: tit, ,definitely! ,;Solved:. tlifeli- ;llc,i Army,. and for Mr;; Cooper stated( that the worst, about this time, ,they ,said, that they Alfred .Bruner Swann, Clewiston. "-7>

ended with several showers during many years has.' travelled ,over the disadvantage was the small office heard footsteps ;"running from the James Bertram"" Holland. Aberdeen -
the first days ,of the ,week which country. participating in the' great space which is one small room on east, end of the bridge and one of S. D. ':

I brought 'an average fall of, more. humanitarian work' of the, organi- the second floor of the Hopkins' the officers' started in pursuit. He I Carl Edwin Malmberg, LaBelle.
the zation. was called 'back by the other who I John Marlow Windish Devil's
than an inch to every part of Building. He said also that the ,
I 'glades and smiles to the {faces of With Major Johnson was an in- office personnel was not large thought he heard someone scrambling Garden.

the truck farmers throughout the strumental quartet, the instruments enough to accommodate the people over the rock rip-rap at the John Howard, McRee, Clewiston.
I Norma other end of the bridge. The of- Clinton Cle i3-
lake area. played by Bennett, Toby of, the community and that this George Bestor;
and ficer, fired into the darkness but
Conner, Paul T. Matthes ton.
The heaviest rainfall was recorded feature would be corrected at' once
had no light and the man, if it wasa
David Kelton. played
They sev-
at, Bare Beach which had a to- by the appointment of another clerkto

tal of 2.19 inches Sunday, Mondayand eral numbers which were much en- assist Mrs. R. C. Nowling.He man, escaped. Berner Asks All To
joyed by the Kiwanians.It FBI agents were on ,the job almost -
Tuesday with 1.66 inches on paid a glowing tribute to the
announced that the Kiwanis immediately and' have been
Monday. Every station except was members of the ration board and Sign Pledge CardsCarl
members.vould next Sunday tracing every possible clue until
South Bay reported rainfall on said that they had apparently been
attend services in a body at the leaving yesterday without making
each of the three days, South Bay doing a fine job under considerable
known the results of their investi- ..
missing on Monday. Townsite had Community Church. handicaps and suggested that the H. Berner, president of the

.29 inches on Tuesday, .58 inches Visitors were J. Kenneth Rogers. people of Clewiston'recognize the gations. U. S. Army sentries from newly-formed Clewiston Voters'League
and Barnard Leiter.December the boats patrolled the bridge and
4 on Monday and .14 inches on Sun- importance of the office and take states that there is still a
waterfront during the remainder of
day. steps at once to try and provide most enthusiastic response to the
Call For more office space. Should night. new organization and some four
Average rainfall recorded in the anything While the theory of deliberate
happen, he said, to cause' hundred pledge cards have already
Eastern Division plantations of a
sabotage has not been overlooked,
the United States Sugar Corpora- Negro Draftees Close break-down in the local set-up it the amateurish manner in which been signed. He now urges others

tion was about a half inch on each would be necessary to close the who have these pledge cards to fill
'On November CallThe the ,job was attempted leads to the
them out and return them
Clewiston office and move all the as
of the three days.
belief that it was done by some possible.
records to LaBelle which would .
Despite the long drought weather
prankster or crank but if appre-
records kept by the sugar corpora- December draft call for negroes (Continued on Page 8) hended they will probably be dealt On Wednesday night of this week
Mr. Berner appeared by request ata
in' Hendry County came
tion show there is still an excess
with saboteur.
closely upon the November call, as severely as a meeting of Hooker's Point residents -
rainfall this year in the Western Harlem Negro Shoots
the two groups leaving just one at the church and outlinedthe
P Division of 2.656 inches and in the
Eastern Division of 2.853 inches. week apart, the last group the past Another On Ration Office Helped, purposes of the 0 organization.Few .
of the from that section
The total in the Western Divisionis Monday morning.The people

55.711 inches for the year. last call was for 'twenty-five By Volunteer WorkersThe attended the organization meetingand

men but the board had only fifteen coroner'sjury-: f their interest is fully as highas
The lowest recorded empanelled by
temperatures -
and some of these were trans is that of the actual Clewiston
Justice of the Peace G. H. Small
in any of the corporation stations acknowl-
local ration board
residents.Mr. .
fers. Only ten were sent and two
returned verdict of selfdefensein
this fall was 31 degrees at' two a of
of these were transfers from other edges with thanks the assistance Berner said that a meeting
points in the Eastern Division on the killing of Alphonzo Jenkins, volunteer workers during the
boards. many would be called within a couple of
December 2. In the Western Di- by George Jones in Harlem'Tues-
Mills. who
The call was as follows: Joe past week. Mis. E. C. weeks for a general organizationof
day afternoon.
vision the lowest temperature was has been on the job almost full feels that the
Louis, transfer to Salem, N. Jer.; Evidence showed that Jenkins the league and
forty degrees on the second at Solomon McCollough and Reese time, H. C. Meador, Mrs. Clarence attendance will be much greater
1 who had been drinking enteredJones'
Bare Beach and South Shore. There ,
Maxwell Dawson, Clewiston: James Benbow, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, than at the first meeting.
was frost in the Eastern Division cafe in Harlem and threat- Roland
W. F. Purdon, Carmen ,
transferred to Ocala John
but none in the Western. ; ened one of the waitresses who, he Mary 'Jane Bussell and Elsie Martin .
Grimes, Eugene Peterson and Rich- Hosts
said, he had given some moneyto all valuable assist Responding
have rendered
ard Chillis, Clewiston; George Booker keep and she' had made away '

: School To Close transfer from Selma, Alabama; with it. The girl escaped him. ance. Slowly To Call
There is still much work to be
Harry Towns, transfer from Jack-
Jones was in town at the time buta
sonville Willie Lewis done but Mrs. R. C. Nowling, clerkin
On ; Jones and
December 23 little later when he had returned
,, Eugene Pleasant, Clewiston- ; Her- Jenkins returned and drew a knifeon the office, believes that by next Sandy Bell reports that a number" -

I bert Lee Sampson, transferred to one of the other girls. When week most of the papers on the of acceptances have been made

Principal R. W. Turk announced Key West; Willie Lee Crumite, Jones attempted to interfere he tire registration and the fuel oil by telephone to the call made last

''I' this week that the official clos- transfer to Key West; Turner turned on him with the knife and applications will be in order. week for hosts and hostesses to

ing date or'the Clewiston school Kendrick, transfer to Union Springs, Jones shot him with a small-caliber -- serve three nights each week at the

had been set at Dec. 23, a week Ala., and Earnest Stewart, transferto pistol in the stomach. The shot I Christmas Decoration Community Center on open post

from next Wednesday. It will reconvene Charleston, S. C. was .fatal Jones Is not being held. nights at Riddle Field but that

on January 4th giving Of the group which left on the Contest SuspendedThe responses have' not been as fast as

'only a ten-day holiday. previous Monday morning, to fill THOMAS OLIVER, SENIOR had been hoped.

I. The school's Christmas program 1 the November call the only ones) Under the plan one-couple will

will be held Wednesday night at !I accepted were: J. C. Rountree, John, Thomas Oliver, Sr., of Panama Christmas decoration contest have to serve only one night out

eight o'clock in the auditorium and Oscar Pruett, Namon Long Henry City, Florida, died suddenly at his sponsored annually by the of every two or three months if

,everyone is cordially invited to at Harding! Tolliver, Taylor Williams,1 home there Wednesday afternoon, Clewiston Garden Club,' was suspended there are enough responses and

tend. There will also be an exchange George Franklin and his son, A. O. Oliver, left for the duration by actionof this slight effort will permit ,a

of gifts among the pupils James Lee Swanson. There were Clewislon at once for Panama City the executive committee of the 'recreation place to be maintainedfor

during the day but the cost of these four unreported. after receiving the message of his club in meeting this \vee1Mrs., the men from the field'as wellas

gifts will be limited to ten cents. father's death. W. H. Lanier, president of the the young people of the com

The school's enrollment at the Officials in charge of the Mer- The deceased was customs officer club said that plans had been munity.

close of the third month was 368, chandise Fashion Mart, held in a position he had held for many made for carrying out the contest Whether or not your name was

just two off of the top enrollment. Tampa last week, pronounced it years, at the time of his death. He this year, but that since that timea included in the 'list published last

There are now 67 pupils In the the most successful ever held in the issurvived by his widow, eight request had been made by the week volunteer for this service by

first grade.J state. sons and three daughters. (Continued on Page 8) calling Sandy Bell at the City Hall.


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./ &IC IIfIED OLE MI' 1 LONG as we love, we .

serve. So long as we are

'JACKSON GREGORY {LessonBy loved by others I would almost

say we are indispensable; and
... .- Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. he has
(Released by Western Newspaper Union. .. a friend.-R. L. Stevenson.
CHAPTER I he heard a man crashing his way slouching up the slope, wonderingwhat
through 'the bushes, and prayed was afoot, and found, him. Touch us gently, Time!

clenched teeth for fair the love of God!" cried the We've not proud nor soaring wings;
Old Early Bill Cole knew full well through a "For I Lesson for December 13 Our ambition, our content, .
In the fullness of his years that his sight of him. None"was afforded I boy in his native tongue. Lies in simpler things.
; I however until his assailant, havingrun Old Bill licked his lips and beck- Lesson
days, held by some filled with iniquity subjects and Scripture texts selected -ft. W. PROCTER. .

and general hell-raising,. were to a horse tethered under the oned the boy closer. Council and ot Religious copyrighted Education by International: used by: Heaven is blessed with perfect ,,.

numbered and his sands were run- crown of the slope, went up into' the "Get on a horse, Gaucho," he said permission. rest, but the blessing of

ning fast. He had known for six saddle. The distance was great, the thickly; "and ride into town.Tell earth is toil.Henry Van Dyke.

months and with" a sort of devilish light none too good; Early Bill Doc Joe I want him real bad. Now, THE VALUE OF THE CHURCH TO For
he did had leaned against his old pine and wait shake! Darn can't THE SOCIAL. ORDER : friendship, of itself a
flicker of glee in all that a you, you holy tie is made
more sacred
about making the final ar steadied himself and was very de-' stand still until a man finishes?
gone about his next shot. And LESSON TEXT-Matthew 5:13.16: ; Mark' by adversity.Dryden.The .
old lone I want .
rangements. He was a rare Then you find the Judge. 12:13-17; I Peter 21317.
him stripe of: then, with a catch in his throat, he him too." bravest are the tender- -
eagle and in was a GOLDEN TEXT-Ye are the salt of the I
Satan 'a yard wide, at infrequent laughed; there were times when the "Si, si, Senor! cried the excited earth Ye are the light of the world.- est.-Bayard Taylor. .

times something almost saintlike, old man could laugh like a wolf boy. "I'll ride Slim Jim, and I'll go Matthew 5:13 14. J I

and on many a'joyous occasion a snarling.He like the wind! But, Senor! The first

dash of Santa Claus. had come within an inch or two thing, I must get you to bed!" Social and political leaders have c'w' 25!
die like other of shooting the other man throughthe in the church the strongest influencefor e .,
"Even if I got to "Look Gaucho said the old o
his hat off! you, good in all the world. One mar-
fool folks," he consoled himself, head; he had shot into
Bill of sudden patient
a ,
of made Bill con- vels that those who profess to seek
"I'm'going to get me my mite That's what Early consideration the boy's youth and
sir!" with the pain of a bullet in the best for humanity, who try every -
fun out of it! Hell's bells, yes, tending excitability, "if I've got to cash in, I ,
His well him, laugh. The man threw up his kind of social experiment, who
With preparations pretty if I'm
can do it standing up. And labor with for colds' coughing, sniffles and muscle
in order Early Bill Cole of the King hand and by a lucky chance caughthis wouldI every expedient of man,
the heck
going to live, what fail to aches get the salve with the base of old-
and in full
his hat in the air-and then departed see use measure
Ranch still estimated that of fashioned
Cole want a bed for? Now get out mutton suet Grandma liked.
like something shot out of a gun. the power of Christianity.
course had a few weeks to run, but here." A wry grin twisted his hard

that was before this particular Early Bill holstered his weapons, old lips, and he added, "I'll be here Whatever the reason, the situa- If I
morning had blossomed in shining set his long, lean back against his when back.'! tion should be remedied. America Cattish' Sea

gold out of the pleasantly cool, shad- tree and cursed, and when old Bill you get 'could solve her problems, both so- The sea is.feline. It licks your
The little town of Bald Eagle, feet-its
dawn. It was always his habitto Cole cursed in such rage as now cial and political, by a nation-wide huge flanks purr. very
owy in the
be astir before the new day. He his words would have drawn rapt squatting untidily in its'place to revival of true Christianity, with the pleasant for you; but it will crack

had no great fondness for the night attention from 'a congress of mule sun with the cattle country-lying accompanying salvation of thou- your bones and eat you, for all r
the south and southwest, and the sands of unconverted. If that, and wipe the crimsoned foam
time. The things he loved with all skinners. What made him mad we can-
that wild old heart of his were the wasn't so much having a man try to, hectic mining country in the broken not have that, let us not fail to from its jaws as if nothing had

good earth and green things growingand dry gulch him; hell's bells, he had lands to the north, was and as lively as have a revival in our own hearts. happened.. W. Holmes.

the earliest hours with the last any cricket most nights many a We find in our lesson that the ,
gala afternoon, but profoundly som-
out rather like the twin- church is
stars winking
nolent before what was conventionally -
kle in his old, hard, steely blue eyes, termed first drink time. This I. A Powerful Influence for Moral T l.er folks 'lam

and the little dawn breeze and the wouldn't have seen a Good (Matt. 5:13-16)). '
sunup and the glorious unfolding.And I II I horse tied you to any of the hitching Salt in the midst of corruption, s more -

of late he was up and out of 1/ h rails, nor a puff of dust in the road light in ,a world of unbelievable Sensible r u

his enormous old adobe ranch house the darkness-what striking and mean fti/
not playfully stirred up by
each morning earlier than was even half-hearted morning breeze, nor ingful figures with which to describethe
his habit. He didn't want folks to lNl Christian.
d would you have heard anywhere the
see him and realize what he was up t of spurred Believers are the "salt of the
echoing thump and jingle
to. For each day he was telling boots on the crazy wooden side- earth" because they draw their savor -

some part of his wide spread acres, walks. But on the porch of the Bald from God Himself. The Chris- jn NRv

the whole of his world, a last adios. Y Eagle Hotel two old men sat in their tian church, by God's own state- sera seNorernochem

For many the year he had in- y i rocking chairs and smoked their aft- ment, is His own powerful antiseptic d edy)

habited all alone the ancient, pic- er breakfast stogies and looked with which preserves the social order cable f ientetsared1d Va.

turesque adobe building which long mild, complacent eyes across all from falling into the moral decay ve8eta a COmbi pure aet '

before his days had been the homeof that was to be seen of their town's which sometimes seems imminent. fated owls in8rednation Sp o f J0- l ti

the Spanish-California Estradas.At It should, therefore, be honored and coated fo
stark ugliness. action is dendy go.
first being and even encouraged by that society which U12
younger ,
for whom
These were the two men have thoiotheir.day.
wilder then than at the end, he had alikein it'serves. prole' rn,7joe'
Early Bill had sent They were .
always had a house full, and very Christians are the "light of the fedGetasofNk9
respects and in some were et

colorful accounts of proceedings under many world," and it is the essential. nature eco mY sib
k&'k like old Bill Cole himself, though
the red tiled roof and within of light to shine. The darkerits
they never could measure up to his .%
the thick white earthen walls leakedout. 1 utlt surroundings the more markedits '
stature. Younger than Bill, they
But now, no. A quarter of a brightness, and the more neededits
+ltg were, too, by some few years. "Doc .
mile from the old adobe, beyond a Joseph illumination. The good works of Ki-TAI If.T '
h Joewho had been christened -
of cottonwoods out- i Christians reflect the of
big grove were goodness
Daniel Dodge; the "Judge, for,
buildings, stables and corrals and the other, Bald Eagle's one and only God, and? _so,they glorify His worthyname.
barns and quarters for hired hands. 'Brother, Is "your 'light ''burning r--
lawyer at the moment, banker be-
His latter years he wanted to be ri brightly in this wicked world?
sides, and christened Arthur Henry;
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alone, like an old wolf, except whenhe Pope. Like old Bill, though some II. A Stabilizing Element in Society

himself went out in quest of com- (Mark 12:13-17) Speaking From Behind
inches below his six foot two, they

pany. were lean and wiry and gray. Doc The world is in social ferment, "A man behind the times is apt

Thus, this morning, he should be l ,-G Joe was as bald as a door knob, the and our own country has its shareof to speak ill of them, on the princi-

sure of going about whatever his Judge's glinting white hair was long "isms" and social theories call- ple that nothing looks well from

own business might be, with no fear like a mane and both wore fashion- ing men to follow, asking their loy- behind."-Oliver Wendell Holmes.

of a spying eye. He stepped along able flowing white mustaches. One alty, makingthem Utopian promises

under the fading stars with his / 7/I/ an old bachelor, 'the other a widower without foundation. t
horny thumbs hooked into his car- Alert and Americansare
for so many years that it was as intelligent JOREllATES ?
belt his battered old black -"
tridge L
concerned about these clamorous
though he, too, had never known a -
hat pushed far back on his thatchof Then quick and erect, he stepped home life, they lived at the hotel, voices, many of which are quite I for girls who hasten healingof

white hair, his high-heeled boots free or it. had their three meals together, and properly suspected of having pur- ,1 externally caused pimples

stepping briskly. He was darned did their porch-sitting in the two poses far from beneficial to our by relieving irritation withRESINOL
if he'd crawl about like old been used for than U
an man, a target more American of life to democ-
chairs which the community con- way or
seen or unseen. once in his stretch of years. But itself. Yet dare not
ceded were their particular propertyby racy they oppose -
The house was on a gently bosomed that; a man should sneak up on him right of homesteading.They them'lest there be the cry of 4

site with big oaks all about it; and hide and spy on him when he' denial of freedom of speech, etc.
to the west miles toweredthe thought himself alone with memoriesand were sitting brooding, smok-
What can we, do to meet them?
and their Our
old pine- ing ruminantly digesting Judgment,
mountains between the house
Here is the answer: Preach Christ.
breakfasts when the Mexican 'Tis with judgments as
and the mountains were little rip- It was a wickedly wrathful Early hearty our
Bill Cole making his boy from the King Cole Ranch came Bring men to a saving knowledge' of our watches, none go just alike,
pling hills where a tall ,
green many
Him and to a godly of living.
into He them way each believes his own.Alexander -
racing town. saw as yet
lurching back to the house. The
pine and many a tight clump of way
For the Christian is directed by
he turned into Main Street and be- Pope.y"To .
I ,
return over the brief distance which
young pines grew. He walked toward Cae-
Christ Himself to-"render unto
had taken him few minutes gan yelling at them before they
I the nearest hill with the three some
sar the things that are Caesar's"and -
nobly tall pines on its crest. Here required a tortuous hour. He got could hear a word that he said.
they do it too, because they relieve distress of
I was a place of vantage well above his door open, got halfway into his "Hmf!" grunted Doc Joe. "Some- have first rendered "to God the
living and fainted. thing must have bit him." .
the slopes where chaparral and room things that are God's.". FmaIoWkess (

I manzanita wove themselves into After a time-it must have been "It's that .half-breed from Early
III. A of Good
thickets for rabbits to hide in. upward of hour for the said Loyal Example BLOOD!
an sun was Bill Cole's place, the. Judge AND HELP BUILD UP RED

; It was still half dark when he glancing in at his windows-he with his shaggy brows\ perked up. Citizenship (I. Pet. 2:13-17). Lydia E. Pinkham's Compound

I came to the one pine which, with heaved himself up, moved 'shak- "And he's riding old Bill's favorite The highest is the measure Christian of loyalty standard to TABLETS helped thousands(with added to relieve iron) peri-have

i no one in the least suspecting it, he ily to a big 'chair, slumped down saddle horse. Must be s methingwrong country odic pain backache, headache with

Ijl j had loved with a deep, still, fragrantly with a grunt and closed his eyes. Joe. Else Bill wouldn't let learn here stated.that all In authority Romans comes 13:1-10 from we weak-, due nervous to ,functional cranky, blue monthly feelIngs -

! romantic love for nearly Presently he stiffened will and body any breed that ever lived fork Slim disturbances)
God and that the of rulersis
and his shirt power Taken regularly-Pinkham's Tab-
There together got He Jim.
forty years. was a reason, open. to be recognized as His gift. That lets help build up resistance against
I locked away in his own heart. In had lost a lot of blood that he could Gaucho slung himself'out of the such annoying -symptoms. Also,
means that true rulers will submitto their Iron makes them a fine hema-
the half dark and with not afford to lose. The wound was out his in
no eyes to saddle and poured story a Him in everydetail of their government tic tonic to help build up red blood.
see, he pulled off his hat and looked through, his side, down low throughthe deluge of words. The two old men Pinkham's Tablets are made especially -

I'' dp at the one star, still bright, lower ribs._ Lucky, he judged, didn't stir, didn't say a thing until His will., seeking to know and to do rections.for Worth women.trying Follow label di- ,;.;

J laughing down at him through the that he hadn't already bled to death. he had finished. Then Doc Joe said
However the Christian gives loyal
! branches. He put his long, thin, Without getting up he ripped off quietly, "Take it easy, Gaucho. Now obedience ,to the "powers that be"

_ sinewy arms as far as he could his shirt and with badly shaking tell meAnd this time he got the even though they not recognizethe WNU-7 49-42

j i about the ,tree. He pressed his grizzled hands contrived a bandage of sorts. essentials. He and the Judge regarded source of their may power. This is

j I cheek against the bark, so Then, half swooning, he sat for a each other with poker faces, subject, only to the limitation that C

1 rough yet to his feeling so tenderly long time, feeling light headed yetas and for a time no one spoke. they- may not demand that we do

I grim of determination as he always Gaucho, jerking about, started to
softThen those things that dishonor God'sname
i a rifle shot, clear and viI I was to get the better of a bad tell the whole thing over when Doc Since their only real powerto

I cious, cracked through the still loveliness deal. Finally he rose and made his Joe interrupted him. rule comes from Him, they haveno

,j of the hour, and old Early Bill way like a drunken man to the door "Here's four bits kid," he said. authority to tell anyone to do that May Warn of Disordered

j Cole felt a stab of pain. For a moment opening upon the old Spanish patio "You go buy yourself a drink. You'll which is against His holy will. When Kidney Action

I he clung to the pine tree, grip- whence he could look 'down to the want to let your horse blow ten min- > Modern life with its hurry and worry,
that the Higher Authority
: ping it tight for support. Then cottonwood grove just beyond which utes. Then you ride back to the happens, Irregular habits, improper eating and infec: and
takes over and our loyalty must be drinking-its risk of exposure
,; quick and erect, he stepped free of, the outbuildings were. He saw a ranch and tell your boss that we're tion-throws heavy strain on the workof
:! it and as' he did so dragged both of faint smudge of smoke above the coming. Pronto, kid." to Him, the King of kings. The the kidneys. They are filter apt to become acid
Christian then will be the best citi- over-taxed and fail to excess I
his old guns, almost as old and tree tops. He filled his lungs and "Si, Senor," said Gaucho and and other impurities from the life-giving
to do what king or coun-
i h: worn and deadly as, himself, up tried to yell; he snorted, though fee- touched his hat and moved away. zen try, eager ask, in order thus to bear a blood.You may suffer nagging backache;
:' from their loose leathers. bly, in disgust at the result. He "Looks like the old buzzard must and to close the headache, dizziness, getting up nights

' His shrewd old wintry eyes bare- dragged out his guns; there was a be in pretty bad shape, and knowsit mouth good testimony of foolish critics of the leg tired pains nervous. swelling-feel, all worn out. Other constantly signs I'.

,, ly discerned a puff of smoke like a shot left in one, two in the other. ," he offered. "Well, the old fooldidn't of kidney or bladder disorder are some-

,rj wisp of vanishing mist hanging He- fired all three shots, spacing have much longer to live any- church. times urination.burning, scanty or too frequent ;i
and of
The country
history our
above the thicket where a fiercer them, and let the guns slip out of how. I always told him I'd outlive Try Doan' Pills. Doan'a help the

animal than brush rabbits was hid- his hands. Then he sat down 'on the him; fact is, we've got a bet on it." other lands illustrious reveals Christian the names of kidneys waste. They to pass have off had harmful more excess than, hall body z. ''1
ing this morning. And not waiting old green bench to wait. Thoughthe "I know," muttered Doc Joe. He many century of public approval. Are recom-

for any sure target he started blaz- earlier shots had evidently gone looked his cigar over carefully, but and the roll of honor of those who Ask mended by neighbor grateful! users everywhere.
well your
loved and served country
ing away with both guns., What unheard, the distance now was less instead of throwing it away started
amazed him was that and the hour later in the humble and difficult places,
no second he had chewing it. "Same with, him and
would bear its hundreds of thou-
I shot winged his -
way. hopes. me; we've got a bet. Five hundred,
So still was the hour that small It was one of his Mexican hands, like yours.". sands of,names which are found also
sounds' carried far and on the roll of the church.
distinct; young Gaucho 'Ortega, who came (TO BE CONTINUED)

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information on various subjects draftee on his way to camp / .I

('i i ANOTHER. i asked a stranger, Draftee Number aria ''

.t\o., t\o., cf -. Two "Do ydu have a match?" .
h hh h h hMhhhh M MMhhhhhhhh h h h M t\o.C' t\o.t\o.t'to.' t'-t't'- : ., ,
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f i The Questions ,. The-Answers ply, "but, I'm was not giving you any." spring house cleaning time. Theyare pour one tablespoon of a good fur-' /,?
excellent for cleaning corners niture polish into a glass fruit jar ,
asked the first.
is native "Why not? :
1. The
boom boomerang
1. Of what country is the a
and grooves in woodwork. and shake jar until polish is well :;
erang a native. weapon? weapon of Australia. "Well, explained Two, "we'Ilget
coated on sides of jar. Put into
(: 2. What is a necropolis? 2. A cemetery. to chinning. And if we get to jar yard of clean cheesecloth '.
3. For how many years did 3. George Washington lived six- chinning we'll wind up buddies.If To help prevent the filling from cover a jar and let cloth remain in, '

: George Washington live? ty-seven years. we are in the same squad, then soaking into the undercrust of a it for two or three days. When 'f;
J. 4. In what century was Joan of 4. The fifteenth. we'll both volunteer together for two-crust or custard pie with uncooked -
cloth becomes
soiled wash out insoap'
: Arc burned at the stake? 5. Lake Superior covers 31,810 special missions. Maybe we'll filling, beat an egg white .j:
and water it and
5. How many miles does Lake square miles. even get ,a dangerous night job, ,just enough to have a few bubbles dry placein '
the for
jar another few
;-" Superior cover? 6. ,The American Steel and Iron then we'll have to use flashlights.And form. Spread thinly over the lower days. r .:f
.'.. 6. What is the number of possi- institute has estimated that the if the flashlights should go out crust and then add filling. !
'. ble steel alloys? number of possible steel alloys is some night in enemy territory, I When heated the white forms a Apples flavored with maple sir- ,

7. How long ago was the first about 775,000,000 followed by 1,968 sure don't want to be stranded little coating which helps to pre- up, cider or grape juice, baked, ."':

I I telephone conversation between zeros. with someone who- doesn't even vent the filling from going into can be served with roast ham. 0-
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The average height. of land !!lfuif!bj1I1I. RED CROSS in the entire field of aspirin than St.Joseph
.. above sea for the whole world isr RUTH WYETH SPEARS Aspirin. None faster none safer. The
world's largest seller at lOc. Also sold
.;- no less than 2,100 feet. The lofti- THE 3,725 Red Cross chapters, in economy sizes-36 tablets, 20c 100 {
est continent is Asia, which stands in nearly every countyin tablets 35c. Demand St. Joseph Aspirin. '
; at an average height of 3,000 feet. the United States, perform a r

; Africa and South America come I very important service for mem- Collecting a Living

second, each a thousand,feet low- I. tl bers of the armed forces and their The men who start out with the

.. er than Asia, and then North dependents. This is the work done idea that the world owes them a
l America, with 1,900 feet. The ED AND by the Red Cross in case an emer- living generally find out that the

r-, height of Europe is only 940 feet. FL 1nlER f GREENRICK gency furlough for the serviceman world pays its debts in the peni-
The vast of Poland and
: becomes necessary.
tentiary or poorhouse -.W. G.
z Russia keep the average down. PRINT
While the Red Cross Sumner.
Of all the continents, Australiais
the lowest, yet still.its height is CK chapter itself cannot request these
800 feet above sea. The reason is furloughs can speed up actionon

that it is the oldest continent and FOLD APRON MATERIAL them if the family will notifythe Relief At Last'For
has been above water longer ,than county Red Cross chapter immediately -
t.. any other land. So most of its emergency
mountains have crumbled down WAISTLINE arises. Your
? Cough
and more than one-third of the The actual request for the fur-

area has not a hill left. lough must be made by the serv-
I Creomulslon relieves promptly because -
: It may be that Antarctica is ice man to' his commanding offi- it goes right to the seat of the
higher than Asia, but no accurate --1 cer, who refers it to the camp trouble to help loosen and expel
measurements. have yet' been ob- Red Cross field director. A tele- germ'laden' phlegm, and aid natureto
f tained. gram '''from the field director then soothe and heal raw, tender inflamed

,: : asks the local Red ,Cross chapterto bronchial mucous mem
0 branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa
f. II II I verify information furnished by bottle of Creomulsion with the un-
IRRITATIONS OF I the service man. derstanding you must like the way it
S KnN p quickly allays the cough or you are
r; EXTERNAL CAUSE BROW AND If the family notifies the county to have your money back.CREOMULSION.

acne pimples, bumps (blackheads), and : BLUE BANDS WITH Red Cross chapter at the same !
ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve : I time it does the ,service man, the
miseries with home treatment. 32r----; ; ORANGE BIAS
simple --- TAPE for Coughs Chest Colds Bronchitis
Goes to work at once. Direct action aids t Red Cross can get the necessary ,
healing by killing germs it touches. Use -- ------- verification of facts to the camp

'.'. Black .and lOc,25c.White 50c sizes.Ointment 25 years only success.as dlTected. -' TT IS high time to think of a gift inches wide. These three aprons about the same time the furloughis Haste to ForgiveA

I:.. Money-back cleansing good guarantee. tzr Vital famous in A or two for Aunt Emily and Sister will give you ideas for any num- requested.If wise man will make haste to

Black and is White soap.Skin Enjoy Soap daily. Sue. Why not give aprons ber trimmings. Be lavish with investigations bear out the forgive, because he knows the true

this year? Your piece bag is sure bright color for this is the season service man's story, he usually value of time, and will not sufferit

to have many odds and ends of for gay gifts to bring good cheer. gets the furlough. ,But the county to pass away in unnecessary
It Can Be Done
rick rack braid and bias (
bindingand *
Red Cross chapter ,must reportthe pain.-Samuel Johnson.
: Helium can be passed, under bright of material NOTE-These from Mrs.
scraps aprons are facts if the situation is not
t t' pressure, through heavy quartz which will do :for trimmings with Spears' BOOK 4 which,also contains di- I
glass; a piece meat, encased I rections for more' than thirty other gifts really an emergency, or if thereis
F a -yard remnant of plain gingham
in a block of ice, can be thoroughly unbleached and things to make for the home, from anything else that'may make I
or muslin. inexpensive new materials and odds and
the man's return less urgent.
cooked by short radio waves; The diagram gives you cutting ends of things on hand. Copies will be
:r and fragrances of'flowers can be dimensions for the skirt and shows postpaid at 10 cents each. Address: County Red Cross chapters also 111lt1A11Ysr1N

' photographed through an intricate how to shape the waistline. It is make available actual financialaid

j<\ process. easy to add a straight bib if you MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS to service men and their fami-
: like. Use wider belts, about 2V2 Bedford.Hills New York lies in emergencies. If the'man
1r'i inches finished, for the bibless Drawer 10 needs money for the trip home, or

MUSCULAR type and cut the ties about four Enclose 10 cents for Book 4. if the family needs money becauseof

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Reproductionof Jacobite rebellion of 1745. SCOTtSEMULSION
"How about a little kiss,.girlie?" a reception in Washington a
"No, I have scruples." t
Howard Chandler Christy'sfamous "Well, that's all right; Fve been vac young man ..wasasked by; a widowto
guess her age. "You must have
I Why WindThe cinated.
war poster I tated.some idea," she said, as he hesi- / ,,,

t "ForT bine is the Kingdom ." Near CasualtyA
dictionary defines wind as bricklayer working on top of "I have several ideas," he ad- ,
o air in rapid, natural motion. But a high building carelessly droppeda mitted. "The trouble is that I : .t 1:::G'titr);. 7 riJi'i! d! ff I i' ;
Copies of this painting now why does it blow? brick which landed on the headof hesitate whether to make it ten c-:_ '--':. _-' _' '=' :.:o"---: ,

hang in The White House, When air is heated it rises, andas his colored helper below. years younger on account of your
;.- General MacArthur's .
Nature will not permit a vac- "You-all bettah be careful up looks, or ten years older on account '
every Governor'soffice uum, naturally the neighboring of intelligence." SHAVE with SHELBY
." and in the homes of very dere, the helper shouted up. your
;, many thousands of outstanding air rushes in to take the placeof "You done made me bite mah

::.' Americans.; we that can state which that has wind ascended.is air rush-So tongue." r Lone Sufferer f 1J

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Size 8ysxloy2 in. warmer place. Obliging noon but the minister found John- !
<;, O Judge (to plaintiff in compensation ny sulking on the curb. Questioning -
SEND 50c TODAYfor claim)-Now show the court the effectsof revealed that Johnny had lost THEY
Patriotic SimianOne the accident
your copyto The upon you.and all his marbles to the neighbor- p /J THINNER
plaintiff got up painfully I
of the few species of ani- hobbled across the floor. hood shark. double edge I i ior
LAYMEN'SNATIONAL mals that wear our patriotic colors Judge-And now, to show tile court "Perhaps," suggested the min- single edge I
COMMITTEE Inc. is the patas monkey, Cerco- the awful result of that accident showus ister, "that is your punishment for 4for1OC
Founded 1940 pithecus patas, of West Africa. Its how you used to move before the playing marbles on Sunday."

Vanderbilt Hotel : New York City back and legs are red, its stomachis accident. took "Oh, heck," retorted Johnny. Manufactured and guaranteed by
\ Plaintiff thereupon a hop, skip, Federal Razor Blade Co., N. Y.
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of the stfenery! around Clewiston, whom 'we seldom have opportunity I
The Clewiston News .L
and thousands of. other places at to see. No cards in town, none
the holiday season. So we think near-by, none to those whom we 1

Published every Friday Jn Clewiston, the committee did the correct thingIn write )letters to regularly. It's a l'
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS.. discontinuing the contest, since little thing, and isn't given up with- SEARS' I
Inc., our decorations have been based out 'a twinge, for Christmas greet-
largely on the use of lights. ing cards are among the little delights \
KBATHL.EY BOWDEN Editor But,, Christmas without decorations of life, 'and we shall miss

wouldn't seem like Christmas.So sending\every one we do not send,
Entered as second class mail matter let's redouble our efforts to do and miss receiving every one we do
February 1, 1927, at under the Pest the Office Act of in all the outdoor and indoor decora- not receive. But we give them up
Clewiston. Florida
March 3, 1897. tions possible and' see how prettyan willingly knowing that by so do-

effect we can have with no ing, we make a bit more room in .r rr ,t..r :.
lights except on our trees indoors. r 9'y' '""
criptlon Ycnr. those mail bags for greetings to
Rate $2.00 Per Christmas is one of the most joy.
the boys in service, and maybe all
Advertising Hntes On Application. ful as well as the holiest of holi- together we make a few hours less

days. In a war-torn world, more work for the busy postal employees. : fr
than ever, we need every reminderof
and welfare *
Devoted to the advancement .. l l
of Clewiston and Hendry County. the permanence of Christmas. r
And by the way, we hope you'veclone

When the stock of matches in the all your Christmas mailing I

local stores was reduced to the early.
MEAXBER Russian variety and a few days of 1 .
NATIONAL EDJTORLU,ASSOCIATION rain came along at the same time, NOTICETO Rider
19'41 the result was naturally ba'd. We y
:L_ -MMY4 finally found a use for the cigar WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: ; 6 Loco TrucK
lighters that: had accumulated dur- Please' take notice that on Tues-
day, January 12th, 1943, .at 10 '- ;
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this week were The Russians
showers the can
The ing years. clock A. M., the undersigned will filea
doubly: appreciated since no cold fight,. but we can't say much for petition to the Honorable Geo. WWhltehurst r
followed.It's Judge of the Circuit f k r 1.98
weather has yet their match-making.
Court of Hendry County, Florida, at
his offlqe in the City of Fort Myers,
already too late to do your The accurate story of what hap- Florida or wherever he may then Child can sit on top of cab on "
be in the Twelfth Judicial Circuit of '
Christmas mailing early and it pened or was about to happen, under Florida, for an order authorizing the loco seat across body top of

would be wise to do your shoppingat and around the highway bridge Mims undersigned, a minor to child adopt of Nona the au Louise of truck, and steer i with handle at.
once. > at Moore Haven Sunday night may twelve years, and to change: the name tached. Bright colored steel.
of said minor to Nona Louise Williams. -
never be known. Something was 2tIZx91/
The school this year will observea definitely in the making. It .isa HARVEY C. WILLIAMS inche8.'r' _
ten-day Christmas holiday. It's most heartening fact that FBI men EDNA ALICE WILLIAMS. ,
I Dec. 11. 18, 25. 1942, Jan.1, 1943., WIND-UP -
good that none of the teachers are were on the job in one and one-
from out of the state. half hours after the incident. We I f
whose Buy War Bonds and Stamps and TRAINS .
don't always see these men
The Community Christmas tree business it is to check into all I help win the war. Full toy size trains that wind up 1
will be missed by :young and old suspicious and subversive activitiesand and run around and around the
alike but the churches will attemptto characters, but we feel more large oval track. Grown lip*' "
make up for its absence with secure realizing that our FBI is like it- as well as children. '

trees, presents and candles for the I so active and so alert. e } 4
kids."We're. I INVEST 10% OF YOUR 1.49

We've made a number of pleas in INCOME IN
,. wondering when enforce- this paper for the indulgence and Small
ment of the 35-mile speed limit is
in the mat-
patience of the public
to start. Most people have volun- 43, -
ter of telephone, telegraph; mail
tarily cut their speed down to that and transportation services duringwar War BondsAFTER Pedal'Bike
but others merrily on their ,
go way times. These people who are r a rrf '

\ unmolested. working twice as hard as usual to w

try and give us efficient service 2.19 "
Have you yet signified your will A
deserve and cooperationon
;your help
ingness to a host'at the '
serve as ,
every possible point. The Mi- '
Community Center? You'll enjoyit Strongest ever offered at this
ami Herald added a new and most a e
and will also be helping to pro- sensible request, in regard to tele- price! Adjustable steel saddle.
vide entertainment for the boys THE WAR YOU
phone use. Says the Herald: Tubular steel frame. Hear step
from the field and the young peo-
Telephone Time Wasters WILL WANT TO BUILD plate. Rubber pedals. Indian
pIe of the community.
;. The War Production Board is YOUR OWN HO3IE. CONSIDER red; cream wheels, handlebar.

/:'. out to abolish waste time for tele-
L (..:..:_..:..:..:..:_..:..:..:.._:..:..:_..:..:..:N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: phone equipment, and has handedon INVESTING PART DUCK FAMILY !4 ya aYfafrs 'if7rr iYi..r.?GS.'t''t$:
,, to the Office of War Informa-
OF THE 90%
tion a list of ways in which lines
S RAMBLINGS : should not be tied There are 1.19- -
some genuine offenders in the list,
By,, B. B.
'.' but the telephone nuisance most

c..:M.N:N:N:..:N:N:N N N.M.N...:M:M.N:N..:M.N:N.M..:N:: people would like to see strangledwith Homesit: Pull> toy to delight the children with x--- yr
his- own receiver cord isn't its waddlin Attractive ,colois.

The Executive Committee of the even mentioned.He .
i t:, Garden Club met the other day, is the boor who insults the I

;a,- and in order that there be no mistake person he is calling by having a I I "'

f;; about their whole-hearted cooperation flute-voiced secretary ring and then = "' 2' ..r.zrn; : 'Ii1' ..........- 1""i' JiIJOO"" ''''' h :' I
:; with the request to cur- demand that the person answering CLEWISTON REALTY .
,. tail outdoor lighting at Christmas wait a moment, please. | )
"- time for the duration, voted to discontinue and DEVELOPMENT CHRISTMAS CARDS / Games

':' the annual Christmas And while we're thinking of mail

;;r- decoration contest. In the past the services, we are among the many CORPORATION!
{ use of electric lights outdoors has families who are limiting the mailing ASSORTED.CHOCOLATES. TARGETS

added a great deal to the beauty of Christmas greetings to those I

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N t: Ve1 ( steel ly enameled, attiacthc___.._- &. 5 9 :fir, g v 1- Z. ,." )

t:, : "Judge, there's been quite a bit of talk going a bill of goods. Wouldn't surprise me a bit I

around about prohibiting liquor in various if what they're really aiming for is to take ; s ',.

". spots around the country. around the in the whole country again. We all know it

Army camps for one thing. What ,do you didn't work the last time. All we got was

make' of it?" bootleg liquor instead of legal liquor.plus
Well, Henry, I size it up about like this. racketeers, gangsters and the worst. crime -
It locks to me like the folks who are doing wave the country ever saw. -

the talking: are shooting a little bit higher "Seems to me we've all got our hands full

than tno')t p-ople seem to realize. Sort of to win this war without starting up an argument t

.' like the'B.'lltbman who gets his foot in the we just got through settling a few

I door and,before you .know it he's sold you years back." I 1000 First St. Fort Myers

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MISS lLANNAH YORK, BRIDE- the Marine Corps. He gives the men and physically handicapped Junior First Aid Course in the I

ELECT, HONOREE AT SHOWER very enlightening Information that persons. school 'which is being urged by the ,:

he married a Maryland girl!, shortly -, State Department of Education. !

r Personals ] Mrs. Hub Spooner entertainedwith before he went overseas, and that Coast Guard Office Teachers taking the course are- :il

a pretty party and linen she is in Florida for the duration.: R. W. Turk, :Mrs.! C. J. Bjorngon*. -

shower at her home Saturday afternoon He didn't even say where. Of; Now In Moore HavenThe Miss Mary Neeley, Mrs. Hub Spoon...

k' -- complimenting Miss Han- course his other news was not very) er, :Mrs.! Mary Baker, Mrs. Charlotte ,

J. W. Cooper and J. H. Dolcater nah York, whose marriage to Lieutenant detailed since he was writing from! Walston and :M. H. Sharpe.. '

of the Tampa OPA office are busi- James W. Beardsley will 1 bean : one of the hottest spots in which U. S. Coast Guard has open- Others are Mrs. W. E. Dilley, J, E..

ness visitors here today. event of' 'the Christmas holidays. American boys in service find them- ed a temporary office in Moore Beardsley, Mrs. Ruby McIntyre and,
The' guests enjoyed games of selves at the moment. Haven for the issuance' of iden- N. V. S. Mumford.

I Mrs. John ,Lucca, Mrs. H. J. bridge or rummy during the after- tification cards to anyone wishingto
E. Baker and Mrs. Owen Winn, who recently enlist)
Mrs. J.
J" Oglesby and Mrs. W. D. King were noon, operate a boat on Lake Okee- FOR RENT-One furnished .
t(: visitors in West"Palm Beach Tuesday Arthur Bong winning decks of ed in the'Marine Corps is In Parris chobee or tributary waterways. The Inquire at Clewiston Goods room.
"** cards as prizes for high scores. Island, S. C., for a weeks training I length of time the office will remain -

r Miss York was the recipient of course. He writes that "the train- open will depend on' the Co ltpd,

Mrs. J. R. York, of Pahokee, many lovely gifts, which were open- ing is very rigid here-18 l hours number, of applications made for I ,

'. spent the week-end in 'Clewiston ed after the games. Mrs. Spooner a day." So that probably keeps the cards but is thought that itwill FOR SALE-Good. used cotton mat-.
Hannah served chicken salad, devil's food Owen too busy for letters or any remain open through the com-
with her: daughter, ;Miss. tresses, both single and double.
.. ...
cake and coffee to the following thing else. Owen's "boot training"period ing week. .
ri York. ,Mrs. Robert ,George. 2tp.
guests: Miss York, Mrs." Jerry will be eight weeks and aft.I There is no available photo- .

Mrs.. Dan Allen, Margery Allen, Fugate, Mrs. John N. Montgomery, er that he hopes to be attached to grapher so anyone wishing to I
M. Weeks, Mrs E. H. the transportation division of the I
r Mrs. H. C. Avant, Mrs. H. A. Land Mrs. Roger make applications for the cards I
and Shari Land were visitors in Holstine, Mrs. 'C. E. Bjornsen, Miss Marine Corps. should arrange to have three pictures I For Your

f' Miami .Wednesday.Mrs. Mary Neeley, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, either full-face photos or'I I HUNTING LICENSE
r Mrs. J. E! Baker, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Wilbur McGehee is enrolled as good snapshots not over an inch
I for
:, G. B. McDuffie, Mrs H. S. Mrs. Toy Durrence, Mrs.S.. L. an aviation cadet In the huge and a quarter square. The appli- season 1942-43, see

McDuffie, Gloria and Betty Mc Crochet Mrs. Arthur Bong, Mrs.J. Army Air Forces Pre-Flight Schoolfor cation, finger-prints and photos R. C. NOWLING
f :
Duffie and ,Elsie Martin were vIsitors E. Beardsley Mrs. W. E.' Dilley, pilots at Maxwell' Field, Mont- will be taken "at the office and the Hendry County :Motors, Clewiston

',: in West Palm Beach Thursday. Mrs. R. W. Turk, Mrs. J. R. Yorkof gomery, Ala. He 'will receive 9 cards will be mailed out from -

Pahokee, Mrs. H. A. Stoltenbergand weeks of intensive military, physicaland the West Palm Beach base withina I- <

't; S 1-c Jack Koon of the U. S. Miss Frances Clements. of Belle academic training preparatoryto short time.It II ,

; Navy and his sister, Mrs. 'Herman Glacle;.,w'I ,'. beginning actual flight> instruc- was pointed out that all boats
fi: tion. Wilbur has served 7 monthsin
Bennett of Punta Gorda, were the .. commercial or pleasure, licensedby I J. M. COUSE
MEETINGThe service'already as he worked
i week-end guests of Mr. and Customs, should have the CoastGuard's
: "I a clerk in the :Army Supply Department Counselor and Attorney at Law
..:. I. S. Bell. operator's permit but the .;
= Woman's Missionary Societyof at Riddle Field. Wilbur was
r Hopkins Building
permits will not be issued to opera
Baptist Church 'met graduated from St. Leo School for :
?, Mrs. H. A, Stoltenberg and Miss the First tors of boats in this class unless Wednesdays and Saturdays
afternoon in June.School -
l: Glade at the'churGh Tuesday Boys
Frances Clements of Belle they are properly licensed.
with Mrs. 0. A. Clark presiding. I 0:80 to 4:00Johnson's
f. ; were week-end guests of Mrs. Stol- Due to hold-ups in getting the
l' tenberg's daughter ,, Mrs. Hub Mrs. Fred Topper gave the de Honor Roll cards issued the Coast Guard has
s votional. The program'was in : .
Spooner. not yet ,begun to crack down on "
charge of the Amanda Tinkle Cir-
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" those who do not have the identification -
;{L Grace Ward, who has been attending cle. Taking part were Mrs. M. A. cards but before long any-
r: Monte Verde School at Thomas, Mrs.> Clayton Waters, Mrs. ----c"
tp one operating a. boat of any kind Fish Camp
,; Monte Verde, Florida, returned yes- Walker Nail, Mrs. Jack Morris, Mrs. Following is he elementary either commercially or for huntingor

terday to spend the holidays with ,Arch Hodges and Mrs. Clarence school honor roll as submitted this fishing, will be required to, havea (Near. Hurricane Gate)

': her father, A. O. Ward. Kureger. morning by Principal R. W. 'Turk:' card. Clewiston, Fla.
;, After reports of officers. were First Grade: Sammy Bishop Boats and Motors-Guide Service

i .' Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, given the business session was held. Herman Davis, Aubrey DeValcourt: Rates Reasonable

t both of whom have been ill for There were seventeen- members at- Robert Dickson,. Ronald Hare, Advanced First Aid I \v. H. Johnson, Mgr.

\ several days, have gone to Arcadia tending. Wayne King, Jimmy Knight, Alfred !

where they are having physical Meador, Billy Nail, John per-! Course Started HereW.

check-ups and treatment at the CLEWISTON COMMUNITY: ry, Donald Reames, Bobby Roland,

Arcadia General Hospital. CHURCH Carol Arnold, Patsy Casper, Sharon'
M. Bradnack of the U. S. En- DRESSMAKING, ALTERING,
John :Minister
N. Montgomery,
Crochet, Linda. Lee, Norma Jean:
.: gineers has teaching an ad
Mr. and Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, Pollard, Margaret Crews and Alline! begun I BUTTONHOLE MAKING
vanced Red Cross first aid courseto
9:45 School.
Mrs. Blake Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Sunday Reese.
'11:00=Morning Worship. Topic: : a class here composed largely of Mrs. Inez Pope
DeValcourtand ; I
Rodriguez Mrs. Jack Second Grade: Mary Fay An-
Still Shine." teachers in the local ,school and a
Mrs.' J. E. Beardsley were visi- "The Stars drews, Sue Cornette, Evelyn Haven 1 few' others' Millcrest Near Passenger Depot
Chris.tian Endeavor. .
6:30 Junior -
tors in West Palm Beach Thurs Claire Hedke, Janice Magill,
The course, of ten hours duration Bill Allen's
(next door to )
day. Claire Jones, Robert Burkett, John
is expected to be completedthis
7:30: -Evening Worship. Topic: DeValcourt, Donald Stiles and Joan
week and the class will then
Thos. E. Markette who is connected "The Shepherd King." / Pitzen.
in a civilian capacity with be in line for the ,instructor's course
Church wel- Third Grade Emma Ezelle
The Community : ,
which will be given early in Jan-
the Army Air Corps in Philadelphia -
comes the members of ithe Kiwanis, Mary Ann 'Cushman, Darlene
spent Monday and Tuesday uary by 'Harry Kenning, Red Cross
Club as its 'guests at the mOl'l1ingi Knowles, Thomas Walton, John
with Mrs.Jfarkette. Together area supervisor. ,Theteachers will
here' '
'Kiwanis : Beth Agency
'P service. The Club has Himrod Gardner.
they visited his' father, T. A. then be in a position to teach the
been attending the various churchesof Fouth Grade: Betty Barton,
Markette, in the Tampa Hospital Flowers delivered here at no
the community in a body. This Jewel Browning, Eleanor Von
Wednesday and he returned from extra cost. Other towns, any-
this to a Mach Wayne Shelfer and Jimmy
Sunday brings program I
Tampa to Philadelphia that night. where in U. S. add only cost of
close. Waters. Mrs. M. A. Thomas telegram, ranging from 20 to
The session will hold its regular Fifth Grade: Lionel Beatty,

,j BIRTHSTo meeting at 7:30 Monday night. Bobby Berner, Kay Bowden, Skippy K 55 cents. II

E.. Any wishing .to unite 'with 'the Cothern, Jimmy Frazier, Jimmy Agent for AVON Products MRS. SARAH E. FOUNTAIN
Mr. and Mrs. W. Morgan, Western Union Office
church are invitedto meet with the Johnson, Richard Knight, Gene
-William November Clewiston '
Robert Bo438
a son, : :
i\ session at that time.. Land, Gilbert Stiles, Harry Vau- Day: Phone 82 Night 2791

17th.To Mr. and Mrs. Lester Earl The choir ,will meet at 7:30 ghn, Margaret Himrod, Ann Slon-

Thursday night. All singers are aker, Ann Prewitt, Niven Gardner.
Thompson, a daughter, Judith Gail, .
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invited. Sixth Grade: Christine Espen-
November 24th. -
laub and Robert Wiandt.
To \Ir. and Mrs. C. C. Hall, a Special Christmas programs this

girl, Lucille Delite, November 22nd. year :will include: A carol sing at -.

To Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schneider, the evening service Sunday, De- "Women Wanted !" the War Eliortpi

a girl, Linda Barbara, December cember 20, Sunday School Christmas ..- -" ,,; .. .,- tf
ds tree and treat Tuesday, De- ..,, '
In Vital JobsThis '. wldT tNSS W t
4th.To Mr. and Mrs., N. G. Archer, cember 22, at 7:30 in the church. :Jl'9i with we X'

a boy, born and died, December 3rd. We invite all those of the com- )
munity who are not members of a call to "Win the War" S

MRS. PARKER ENTERTAINS church in Clewiston to join with us service was broadcast this week as

WITH STORK SHOWERMrs. In worship: at this Christmas sea- an impending manpower shortage HELP WANTEDFLORIDA
son. Those desiring to become received official recognition from

'C. M. Parker entertained members will be received at'the Governor Holland and vocational .,

Tuesday afternoon at her home Communion service the first Sundayof school leaders. The State Defense MOTOR LINES' continuing contributions of its ,

with a stork shower honoring Mrs. the new year. Council teamed up with the dire trained men to fill key positions in the armed forces has t .

? H. Eugene Cornette tor of vocational training of the opened-desirable and important positions in this essential .

1'7 Games and contests appropriate' State Department of Education, and industry. This is a' War of Transportation and
I . . . . . .
to the occasion featured the social .N...NNNNNHNNNNNNNNHN.. . . . .: .....:.1111N11Nr .. .- reported to the Chief Executive an Florida Motor Lines employees are doing their bit sup- .."

hour after whfch Mrs. Cornette impending shortage of trainees for plying vital transportation to all phases of the war effort.
opened a large number of lovely' war' industry replacements for The opportunity is now open to YOU to join this war- "
presents. Refreshments of cake drafted men in vital'civilian jobs, .
and punch were served. a3a_ With and recommended a state-wide essential group.

Among those attending were :Mrs. campaign to encourage enrollmentin ...

Floyd Williams, Mrs. J. S. Haven, free-tuition classes. <$' FOR MEN

Mrs Jack :Morris, Mrs. H. C. Mea- Our Governor Holland said: ,.," ?':. /
Boysin ;:
dor, Mrs. E. M. Cornette, Mrs. "No problem before our state ,.,t" COACH OPERATORS: Age 21 and up; good .

Jones, Mrs. Elberta Whidden, Mrs. now is more important than main- .r.;: driving experience (heavy equipment preferred), .

\ Branden, Mrs. J. L. Swindell and the'Ser'Vice taining a supply of skilled workersfor "' -- '5 feet 7 inches, 150 pounds minimum 8th grade .' \

Mrs. J. E. Beardsley. war industry and replacing men '- education (High School preferred). ,
called into the armed services from .':, '

BRIDGE CLUBS vital civilian occupations. Train- : Stewards Garage Employees
ing officials advise that it will be

Mrs. George E. Crow, Jr., enter- necessary to train a large numberof .

tained her bridge club Tuesday women to fill these manpower : FOB MEN .and WOMEN _
evening at her home. A buffet traineesis
. . . demands. A shortage of
supper, of tuna fish salad, potato I...N.NN. .N.N.N.N.H.N.N.H.N.N.N.N.N.NON. .NON. .N.N.NON. .N.1 threatened unless the women of ,..", Ticket Agents, Baggage Clerks, Bookkeepers, Calculators

chips, wafers, cake and strawberries Florida, who can undertake; these Stenographers, Typists, Clerks Janitors
t was served with coffee before Dick Bestor is one of those men assignments, respond quickly and
the bridge games. Mrs. A. C. who furnish us with news of the in large numbers. Older men and and Cleaners.It .

Carlton won high Mrs. R. M. I sort we like. We'd been practicing physically handicapped persons can has always been our policy to give preference in employment

;Mare Jr., second and Mrs. Foy I up on our title "Captain BesI alsb be used to men and women living along our routes.If .

Durrence low. Others playing were I tor," in ,case he got leave and madea "I am sure the. response will be are interested, mail postcard or letter, giving
Mrs. R. J. Lee Mrs. Glen Ether- visit home, so the title would hearteu'ns: as soon as the need is you
'I addre and indicate position are
sex, you
ton ,.Mrs. Crow Mrs. A. W. Law- out sort of natural. Now name, age
I come by made known. May I urge that the best suited for, to PERSONNEL DIRECTOR, FLORIDA
rence and Mrs. Curtis Thompson. the time we get a little accustomed facts be placed before audiences,
MOTOR LINES, applicationblank
to ,thinking "Captain" the
I comes newspaper readers, radio listenersand
Mrs. R. C. Wilson entertained her: news that it's "Major Bestor" now. everyone else that can be will be nailed to you and if you are acceptableand

bridge club Wednesday afternoon.A His promotions have come with reached in order that every prospective position is open, arrangements. will be made for a

pair of cut-work pillow cases amazing rapidity and we are happy trainee i-iay be informedof personal interview and further consideration.I .
was won by Mrs. W. H. Lanier as II to congratulate a Clewiston boy, the opportunities for trainingin
first prize, and a set of kitchen I who shortly after his 25th birth the vocational schools which 111 I I I r

towels went to Mrs. F. E. Conk- day, becomes a Major in the U. S. offer courses with free tuition in

ling as cut prize. Fruit salad, Army. We are all proud of his every section of our state.:* a.

sandwiches and coffee were served success. The SDC activated the Depart

by the hostess to Mrs. Lanier, ment I of: Vocational Education:: in llORiD Mo-rcRIINE pISt Mp I ti 3 [
Mrs. Conkling, Mrs. Dave Alston, From far-away Guadalcanal Island County and local Defense Councilsand tr cr otol

Mrs. K. Bowden, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle comes a letter this week to the called for an Intensive educational -

Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. Carl Johnsonand Beardsley family from Dick Red- I campaign to Jill vocational >';" "" i- ...... JJ v ,! ;'>"..,$9o.1'::! -- ...'',>'!;. .' > '"-'>'' '.","V,> Mrs. G. B. Thomas. I ditt, ;who is Technical Sergeant in school ranks with women, older I

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Action .

Up. Battle When I'm out riding

u i Speeding U. S: Army Signal Corps I witH my Friends

With COK very veryrich
thwLt:2:1 I SCREE I they ire \


Washington, D. C. Released by Western Newspaper Union I Iwfcys try tore 't..c.t ,

QUIET CONFIDENCEIt t! .. .., D RAW a long breath of relief, / l bored

brought no headlines, but Chiefof N : : t: "S you lads who secretly adore And look s if I
Staff General Marshall made
Greer Garson-with her mar-
first step toward better co-operation owned the
I riage to Richard'N
between Capitol Hill and the Execu- y postponeduntil

tive Branch of the government by after the war there may ct.r.t1.Aff'.

holding a quiet conference with key still be a chance for you! At !.

senators and representatives. least, at the moment there is;
them intimate, and
He an
one never knows what to be sure
report -
on the whole optimistic, progress
on the war, which left a good of when a Hollywood marriageis WNU Features.

impression with congressional lead- concerned. At any rate, as of 'd"
ers. Both Republicans and Democrats right now, this one is delayed;seems, I !

were present, most of them according to Lieutenant Ney's an-
;from the military affairs committees nouncement, that there was no Pull the Trigger on

and also the vice president, t 1 place where they could be married:

the speakers and other leaders. / until 10 o'clock, when the time came, Constipation with
General Marshall gave the actual so they decided to wait. ,
American losses in North -"
figures on
---I Ease
:Africa.. These must remain con- RKO is launching a new series of for Stomach, too

fidential, but they were encouragingly feature pictures, all about a rookie,
small. He explained that one rea- When constipation brings on discom-
using a new comedy team. First fort after
for the casualties Gen- In this modern war-of-movement the amount of meals stomach upset bloating
light was
son will come "Adventures of a Rookie"; dizzy spells, gas, coated tongue, and bad .
eral Eisenhower's peace ,arrange- action which formerly took weeks or months is con- after that it'll be a case of "Every- breath, your stomach is probably"crying
ment with Admiral Darlan. the blues" because your bowels don't
General Marshall attached great densed into days. This is a decisive, factor which has where the army" goes, the rookie'ssjire move. It calls for, Laxative-Senna to pull r
to the
go. trigger on those lazy bowels,
importance to this, since the army, ,greatly increased the responsibility of the Signal Corpsof bined with Syrup Pepsin for perfect com-ease "
and civilian population in North to your stomach in taking. For ,
Africa navy were under the influence of the United States army in providing a commanderwith As a direct result 'of Margo's act- many Doctors have given pepsin preparations years

Admiral Darlan. Therefore he sug- the channels of communication through which he ing on the CBS Caravan Hour she's medicine'''in their prescriptions to make
more agreeable to
the first feminine narrator in moviesin a touchy
gested to congress that it would be receives information and directs the action of his stomach. So be sure your laxative con
helpful if there were no crit- RKO's "Women at War, one tains Syrup Pepsin. Insist on Dr. Cald-
very troops. These pictures will acquaint you with some of of several short subjects in RKO's wells Laxative Senna combined with
ical speeches of the admiral despitehis Syrup Pepsin. See how
wonderfully the
Vichy connections. the phases of signal corps duty. ', / Laxative Senna wakes up lazy nerves and
Admiral Darlan had come to visit +7 dry S muscles in your intestines to bring welcome ,,.
his son who was stricken with in- Above: Signal Corps men operate a mobile unit at the P r relief from constipation. And the
Syrup Pepsin makes this laxa-
fantile paralysis, General Marshall First Army,maneuvers in the Carolinas. tive so comfortable and easy on yourstomach'

said, then had returned to France. Even finicky children love the
miPYY taste of this pleasant family laxative.
But when his son suffered a relapse, '"
Take Dr.Caldwell's
--- Laxative Senna
Darlan came back to North Africa. with Syrup Pepsin as directed on
Thus it was pure accident, but a I label or as your doctor advises, and feel

very fortunate 'one, that he was in .y..: feelworld'sbetter.GetKenuineDr.CaldweU'8. .
Algiers at the time. Darlan had

; given the order immediately which One Side

,. resulted in the saving of many [ 5 The best way to please one half

American lives. of the world is not to mind what J

General Marshall also paid high the other half says.-Goldsmith.
tribute to Robert Murphy, the state

. ., department's charge d'affaires in ,

::',- France, who spent most of his time ; 9 .ash a a'A;' xM'fby.; brtZo' : : I. T
.; in North Africa. It was Murphy who 0 IftLDS

mapped out most of the advance \ OF

,' political plans of the U. S. army. iY uich
General Marshall was also opti- hb4 FrG g (. #.i e

mistic regarding the amount of Nazi LIQUID

strength being diverted from the MARGO 6 ((6 6 TABLETS SALVE
>" Russian front, especially airpower. "This Is America" series. As a result COUCH DROPS
He felt that Hitler would have to
of her charm, she was chosen
take more and more planes away iH queen of the Army Air Corps in At- Others' BusinessI 6-
from Russia to protect Italy, now
lantic City. And because she want-
to business of
considered soft of the Axis
spot ,
ed to much Mexican-born
so Margo
r-' people, having lost my own.-Hor-
and that Hitler could not lick Russia recently became an American citi-
, ace.
without airpower. ---------
/ Another optimistic part of the war Private Kim. .,r
Signal man, Harry intelligent face of this young ---I

!:.' picture, the chief of staff said, was )1e of Easton, Pa., is shown operat- S. S. T. is typical of the new American Mrs. Albert Wassell, 87-year-old ?
: New Guinea where
;; expects some 7/JIuJSu/
mother of hero Lieut. Com.
war ,
; ing a field telephone during He is
: real Allied progress against the Japs exercises army. receiving a mes-
Corydon M. Wassell, was invited to aches and pains of ,
;. at Buna. of the 18th infantry. sage in code.
come to Hollywood as Paramount'sguest
:, Note: Secretary of the Navy Knox "m"" ..NA"VONVo>_ mA __ '._.. _,_._____,____ since Cecil B. DeMille is film- ;4 RHEUMATISM
f, ,
is a' .
now following Marshall's and r&A*'
ing her son's life. Mrs. Wassell re-
has invited members of the senate rX.r r w iH4'Y / =, and house naval affairs committees ,,
y .:7'u ever cared to 'go that far to see,"
? to have dinner with him h
some eve- {: 'x.2.t
xt'a') she wrote her son. "That was Ru-
: ning soon. As a result of the elections "
dolph Valentino and he's dead. Shedoesn't
':i- it looks as if the executive
' go to movies often, but
: branches of the
'- government had thinks Jimmy Stewart is the star ( I
: awakened to the fact that there wasa
,,,, a most like her son as a young man. Large Bottled,ewisutsl'1o-SmallSlze60c) | I
:;' congress. But it's hardly likely that he can AT Ul GOOD DRUG STORES Dr BY Hill.receipt of frici I li

\ take time off from the army for the MCNEIL DRUG co.inc. .
s3'' HITLER INFLUENCE a v r laP. M' 4' "R'ajAL, role. 530 Broad Street-Jacksonville.Florida
; ,' If Hitler moves in on Spain, he may -_Km_ tf
ri"" accomplish at one blow what we 'WaY
in November
'" have failed to do in nine months ofI f t years 'ago
Fred MacMurray made his first picture o O.
: '' diplomatic discussions with
on the Paramount lot, playing
may force that South American -
opposite Claudette Colbert in "The
:: country into a break with the
Remember? He does
I Axis. Gilded Lily. ABOUT
-there he in role tIn --
was an important I
It was Argentina which
principally RUBBER
and ,nervous doesn't half describethe
,gummed the works at Rio de Janeiro 7
; ,
i sit::v, last January, when astute Sumner / a r.f h f way he felt. Today 'they're co- ttiJri 0

S-j.o.- Welles, undersecretary of state ,starring in a gay comedy called "No
,; Time for L'ove"; she's a lady andhe's
trying to line up all 21 Latin-Amer-

,>: ican countries behind a resolution a sandhog.
break relations. *y-: 749 war production plants 75
I Ed "Archie" Gardner has turned per cent of 434,600 worker
', There Argentina Foreign Minister ( ) arrivo by private automobiles.
-'. Ruiz Guinazu insisted on "neutral- down Metro's overtures to make a That's why. war worker must
I have tires.When
ity" and Argentina remained on the celluloid version of the air's "Duf-
.:, fence. fy's." He's working hard to bring it Is understood that 54,000 .
communities in Uu country depend .
{':: Ruiz Guinazu is a great admirer his new radio program up to the top entirely upon highway transportation
'' of is "J "''' of the list before signing up with the importance of the rubber I
Spain, proud of his own Span- situation will be appreciated.
ish blood. Furthermore, he points Making good use of a radio set in the radio command car, at the Hollywood execs for whom he last

.." to Spain's "tradition of neutrality"as Field Radio School, Signal Corps.Replacement center, Fort Monmouth, worked as a radio-M*director. rubber There were In the 10.78 average pounds of paiien-crude
the best guarantee of peace.So N. J. \ -'I ger car tire made In 1940.In 1941
if theGermans now attack Joseph Calleia, of "For Whom the to the 10.85 rubber pounds.content was increased

Spain, the Argentine government I Bell Tolls," is head of the Malta

.would almost be forced to come to I War Relief organization in this coun- psssenger The overall car weight fare in of 1940was21.5Spounds the average

the defense of the mother country try; his parents'who are English and ,while In 1941 it was 21.69

by breaking relations with the at- Spanish, live in Malta, and recently pounds
tacking country. t d he heard that the house in which he Thore I* a farmer In Osborne
pj Iowa,who still carries a* a serviceable -
Note: Resignation of Argentine was born has been blasted to bits. spare tiro that came son
' War Minister -" his car a* original equipmentIn
Tonazzi ,
a friend of --7
; a''J
r J t 1917. Ho lacks tho wheels
r up
r the United States, is regarded hereas I 4 3 Norman Tokar and Jacie Kelk, when the car I* not in use.

the first important rift in the who play "Henry" and "Homer"

Castillo government. respectively in radio's "The Aldrich 7iFGthieh

Family," never feel absolutely sure

COURTEOUSMRS. that they're going to hold their jobs

CORDELL HULL -that's because practically every

Mrs. Cordell Hull was leaving the yi' r ,' '1 page boy at NBC covets those roles.
t ?b '
:- Shoreham hotel one morning when

< she encountered Dr. Jose Richling, Dick Powell was working in "Happy -

;. former minister of Uruguay. Go Lucky," and his wife, Joan

.i: "Can I take you somewhere?" she Blondell, 'was touring the land with
r'"I'm; the Hollywood Victory Caravan. So,

: going to the state, depart- --'--- for the first time within anybody's
' ment," said Richling. memory, an extra telephone was ordered -
: '"Come along, I'll take you.."' Signal men at the Second Army maneuvers in Arkansas (left), when installed on a movie lot, be- .

: "But are you going that way?" the 107th cavalry regiment, consisting of horses, motorcycles and scout cause the Powells are so devotedto

i. "No, but it doesn't matter. I have cars, went into speedy action against the "enemy." Right: Making use each other that they kept calling

.k'; nothing to do. Anyhow, I want to see of a portable field transmitter and receiver to give orders to a machinegun each.other on long distance, makingthe tl r/
how' "
my husband works. I company. one phone on the set unavailablefor
business calls.


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A fire extinguisher is essentialin
His Another
Timepiece Charge
home and it should be
kept every in working order. "Mummy, is it one o'clock?" Young Thing-Do you charge

"Not yet, dear." batteries here? -
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i'r nn a e "H'm, my tummy's fast." Service Station Man-Sure, lady.
Sardines mashed with a fork
Young Thing-Then put a new
and with a little salad dressingand Shopping days are swiftly turn- one and charge it to dad.

j lemon juice mixed in, makea ing to shopping daze.PrOIhetic .

grand filling for toasted sand- Above That

1 F wiches. Vision Friend-You're getting corpu'
v .
"Yes, he comes of a very pro- lent.

/ ,.r 3 With an assortment of nuts, phetic family. His father, for example Soldier-Corpulent, huh! I'm a
j2" ,: dried fruits, toothpicks, pipe knew four months before- lieutenant already.
t. ti
cleaners, cloves, candies and a hand the day that he would die."

1 knife, and a little imagination, "Remarkable. How did he Teacher to Pupil-I've taughtyou

; a, ',.6Q R"+ .:% r f/S:>. .; ? you can make many different. par know?" everything I know and still
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.. hair lob buys a mg supply oMOROLIMEHAIR'

Y' Z ... :? .v,' ;
r fikkk. o.y _} a @)

l'i Vr//\TllINW Most of the pleasure in giving is

knowing that your gift is appre-

.... ciated. For those smokers on your
a X'' '. ::"vd XX l nr'$>rl43 3 S / F rook; : Christmas list, there are gifts sure
lilies and a delightful rose bou- to please. Send Camel cigarettes

proo' k r,414. quet make two pairs; another pairis either in the Camel Christmas

,'I ... ?h:' to be banded with the interesting Carton or the Camel "Holiday

...I .... VY I lazy daisy motif, and the House" package of four "flat fif
'' fourth pair bears an engaging row ties." Either give 200
," <" t ...'' way you
r. .,). of miniature baskets. mild, flavorful Camels-the service -
Ir Jellies Lend Their Sparkle to Christmas Presents! ..... man's favorite. If he smokes a

(See Recipes Below.) A4. g; Replace 'worn out slips with new ones pipe, send him the big pound can
embroidered in these captivating designs. ister of Prince Albert Smoking
!v Christmas Jelly Gifts Pattern Z9405 Is 15 cents. The transfer
,'. will stamp several sets of each if you Tobacco-the National Joy Smoke.
t' This Week's Menu wish. Send your order to: And if he's in the service, these

\ Don't you like the sight of brightly Brown Onion Soup gifts are even more appropriate,
,''. with AUNT MARTHA for cigarettes and tobacco the|
colored jelly flirting gaily Meat Balls with Sour Cream Box 166-W Kansas City, Mo. are
red, green, silver service man's favorite gifts. Both!
Sauce / Enclose 15 cents for each pattern
and gold Christ- Camels, and Prince Albert are specially -:
> mas wrappings? Green Beans Carrots desired. Pattern No............. Christmas wrapped. Your(

,: There's not a Boiled Potatoes simplicity is the Name ............................... dealer is featuring them as gifts
s- nicer present tofc' ,Lettuce with French Dressing ATTRACTIVE four sure to please.Adv.Put3purpos .
; Christmastime pillow slip Address .............................
: i ; give at Cranberry-Apple Compote motifs, all of which. come on one

I to many of Cookies Beveragewith pattern, Z9405., Cross stitch water-
;: homemakers
i: t your
friends whom you Roaring Sun 2)

: have met at Red Cross meetings, HITS
nursing classes and knitting sessions pretty accompaniments during Patience The sun is.a. great roaring fur-

this past year than a small box of the coming months. Try this bright nace. We see it but cannot hearit

E' .. assorted,! jellies and jams-fresh jelly with your lamb dishes: because noise is* conveyed only HEAD COLD r

from your own kitchen. Mint and Honey Jelly. j pATIENCE is the guardian of by waves in matter,. such as air

r. Jelly-making in winter? Yes, in- (Makes 5 6-ounce glasses)' :' the-* faith cherisher the preserver of love, the of teacherof peace, or liquids or solids. Light is con- MISERY FIST"

deed. Chances are that you put up 3A cup boiling water Patience the veyed through a non-material
a a lot of fruit juice during the sum- 2 tablespoons dried mint leaves humility. governs "something" called the Ether, .Va-tro-nolup each
strained flesh, strengthens the spirit, which seems to be everywhere. nostril. It (1) shrinks swollen
mer-without sugar-and now 2V2 honey
r you cups sweetens the temper, stifles an- membranes,((2))soothes irritation,
have saved enough from your sugar Green food coloring Between us and the sun is no ma- "
subdues ((3) helps clear cold-
extinguishes envy, ;
ger terial substance 'so cannot
ration to make a few batches of % bottled pectin souna
e up cup she bridles the tongue, refrains clogged nose. Follow VICKS
jelly. It's perfect for giftgivingand pass to us, only light. directionsin
Pour boiling water over mint. the hand, tramples upon tempta-
dwin- Incidentally, we may remark VA-IRO-NOL
fine for boosting fast folder.
Cover and let stand 15 minutes. tions, endures persecutions, con-
dling supply shelf. that if.sound could come to ,us, as
Strain and add
water to
summates martyrdom. *''
light doespfrom'the'suri, we should
Remember if your sugar supply is make %' cup. Add honey and heat to Patience adorns the woman and all be ''permanently deafened.

slender, you can, use corn syrup and boiling, adding coloring to ,tint a improves the man; is loved in a Language of Field

honey. Just follow directions care- light green. Add pectin, stirring child, praised in a young man, Colleges and books only copy

fully. constantly. Heat to full rolling boil. admired in' an old man; she, is the language which the field and
Tangerine Marmalade. Remove from heat at once, skim beautiful in either sex and, every I Uses of Licorice I the workyard make.-Emerson.

:r (Makes 9 6-ounce glasses) and pour into sterile glasses. Seal age.-Bishop Horrie.The .
;/: 4 cups prepared fruit with paraffin. .
Licorice, one ingredient of
."( 7 cups sugar Poultry of all kinds will be a 'favorite which' is 50 times sweeter than Gas on Stomach 1
1 bottle fruit pectin
;: on, your menus during the best is none too good for our sugar, has a wide'variety of uses,
I TcT prepare fruit, remove skins in meat in the service. That's it's Relieved in 5 minutes or double money back
rationing period. And what is men why such as a flavoring for bitter med- When excess stomach acId causes painful.snffocat
I Quarters from 8 to 10 tangerines- chicken or turkey .without cranber- worthwhile consulting them for icines and a foaming agent in beer log gas soar stomach and heartburn doctors usually
prescribe the fastest-acton medicine* known for
I and discard white ries or cranberry and orange relish their gift preferences this Christ- and fire-extinguishing fluids. Inci- symptomatic rcbef-medicines like those in BellanaTablets.
: fibers on insideof ? It's like meat without salt, pie mas. According to surveys madein dentally, licorice is really brown, jiffy or doable No laxative.year money Bell-ana back brings on return comfort of bottle in a

skins and on without a good crust, in other words, camps and barracks, cigarettesand not black. Because so many peo- to us.tic at all druggists.

peeled,fruit. Witha incomplete. smoking tobacco head the list ple expect licorice candy to be

very sharp Cranberry-Orange Relish. as the gifts preferred by our boysin black, a harmless carbon is addedto As We Sing
knife, cut rind in-
O. D. and blue. Camel is their
(Makes 1 quart relish) conform to this impression.
Let me make the of
to fine shreds songs a nation -
favorite cigarette (based on sales
2 and I not who make its
v. Add % cup water large oranges records in Post Exchanges and care
ands tea- 4 cups cranberries Temperature Affects Aim laws.-Andrew Fletcher.RHEUMATIC .
Canteens). If he's a pipe-smoker,
t, spoon soda, bring to a boil, simmer, 2 cups sugar or 1/ cups honey a big favorite is Prince Albert

,.I covered for 10 minutes. Dice peeled Cut oranges into eighths and remove Smoking Tobacco, the largest- Owing to its greater density,

tangerines, add with juice to cooked I seeds. Force cleaned cranberries selling tobacco in the world. You cold air retards the speed of a PAIN

rind, simmer, covered 20 minutes i and orange (rind and pulp) have your choice of the Camel bullet much more than warm air,
Need not Spoil Day-Get after It Now
longer. through a food chopper. Mix well, Christmas Carton, or the Camel says Collier's. For example, a Don't put off your getting C-2223 to relieve -
Measure sugar and prepared fruit add sugar or honey and stir until "Holiday House" package containing small-caliber bullet fired at a 200- pain of muscular rheumatism:

into a kettle, filling up last cup with mixed. Make several hours before four "flat fifties." Prince yard target when the temperatureis and other rheumatic pains. Buy

water if necessary. Mix well. using. Pack in sterile glasses and Albert is packaged in the pound 15 degrees below zero will hit C-2223 today. 60c and $1. Caution:

Bring to a full, rolling boil over seal. canister.' All are handsomely gift about sixteen' inches under the Use purchase only price as directed.back if not First satisfied.bottle

hottest fire. Stir constantly while OrangeLemonGrapefruitMarmalade. packaged with space for your hole made by a similar bullet,

boiling. Boil hard 1 minute. Christmas message. Your dealer identically aimed, fired when the

Remove from fire. Stir in bottled is'featuring them now.-Adv. temperature is 105 degrees. -Buy War Savings Bonds-
(Makes 3
pectin. Then stir and skim by turns )
for just 5 minutes to cool slightlyto oranges
1 large lemony
prevent floating fruit. Pour quickly. medium
Paraffin hot marmalade at once.You'll grapefruit
1.VZ quarts water per pound fruit
up many a '
meat extender and meat saver dish cups sugar CORPS
Wash fruit'and cut into eighths. N" d>

Remove seeds and white core and \N tHEtA,

Lynn Says: cut into thinnest they say. < $%%'r Z .
possible slices.
Boughs of Holly: Let's deck the
For each
house and the table with ever- Weigh. a __ dtiiNeO !
pound of fruit, /iirn/ //u fiUr op tot taJ1 '
green and bright berries. Here's j J
add IVt \
1 eo 111p1ai
how. Weave those extra branchesyou Ufot c
water. Bring slow-
trimmed from the Christmastree U1C
ly to the boiling
around wire-if the
you can
,51" ing
point and cook % "for c1 OSIIftU1tON
find perk with
to % hour or until -
colored berries. this U' tutretcover .
' bright Hang fruit is tender. Set aside over- ;:
' on the front door or in the win- s
night. The next day measure pulp .rrJ1Y 111311 .
dow-or place on the mirror y'f
and juice-there should be 1 quart for th.e arette
the table. /
for each pound of fresh fruit. If ; favon e og
Interesting wreaths can be nCA\\\et. a
there is more juice, boil it down.If .
made dipping in
by boughs
soap- there is less, add water to makeit
suds or white paint. Nestle fruitor
cones inside the wreath for the up. Add sugar and boil rapidly
table and your centerpiece is until syrup gives the jelly test-
jells on a saucer, or two drops fall h
off spoon at same time as it' is
Shape freshly popped white '

popcorn into cone shapes and set held 5 minutes.in air-220 Turn degrees.into clean Cool, 3 dry to .With men in the Army,Navy,Marines, TIME. THEY'VEWHAT GOT G Iw

on 'green pedestal to look like a with and Coast Guard,the favorite cigarette '
and seal
glasses' paraffin.
Christmas tree-this is lovely for is Camel. (Based on actual sales records I WANTMILDNESS

r.:, the table. Stick cranberries or Does the whipped cream get sulky? The in Post Exchanges and Canteens.) n 7
gumdrops among popcorn trees cake fall at the crucial moment? The table 4

Ii :' for color. decorations look flat and pointless? Explain AND FLAVORAPLENTY
Christmas tree decorations will your problem to' Lynn Chambersand ,_.

:' be fewer this year than before, she'll tell you what to do about it. CAM EL

p but you can string sugared cook- Write her at Western Newspaper Union, .. ;
ies and cranberries and use fluffs 210 South Desplaines Street, Chicago, III. frtiSTlk
of cotton for the tree. Old fash- Please enclose a self-addressed, stamped

ioned candles are nice too. envelope for your reply. COSTLIER TOBACCOSr. .- '

Released by Western Newspaper Union.



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I hose:; launder, donate to U. S. byt, I
What Uncle Sam Asks CESSITY-After Dec. 31, n'o- "commercial" delivering to hosiery counter off I rumor, report it to the* Defense ]'apply to indoor Christmas lighting I

motor vehicleincludesall your clothing store. CONSULT' Council Rumor Clinic. Don't repeat in homes or stores, but only to

Of You trucks, single unit or fleetcanbe Hosiery dealer. I it. 1 flood-lighted tableaux, festooned
with gasoline, tires, or :
supplied CANNING-Preserve all surPlus'l' To Volunteer store 'fronts, decorated streets and .
parts without Certificate of War CIVILIAN DEFENSE-For all I outdoor. Christmas trees.
foods. Extra .
General Orders for the Home. Front Necessity; until then such vehicles canning obtainable.sugar types of Volunteer war service in 'From the' security standpoint,"

will be supplied if application for Demonstration Agents; CONSULT-I any agency, call at the Civilian General Blanding said, "outdoor
certificate has been made. CON- Defense Volunteer' Office.
State Defense Council Christmas lighting is prohibited in
Compiled by or Home Demonstration club; attend -
,.. of Florida SULT-USDA War Board; County Defense Council Consumers ARMED SERVICES-To Volunteer -I.the coastal dimout areas. From
Defense Council Transportation inquire at Post OfficeFederal :
Agent; the position of
war economy,. such
Interests forum.
Officers; District Office, Building. I lighting' would
Rationing require of
I ..
COPPER CENTS-Mint has reduced -
of Motor Transportation Selective ServiceREGISTRATION
No. ODT, Division critical
'SUGAR-War Ration Stamp materials and manpower and
'coinage of One Cent piecesto I J
18 olds-
!9 good for 3 pounds until Dec. 15. year the added consumption of electricity -
SPEED LIMIT-35 miles an save copp r. Piggy If born July 31 1925
1-Aug. ,
'Stamps 1 to 8 void. CONSULT- register and fuel to generate it."
hour, except military vehicles, and unpatriotic; turn into War Stamps.l Dec. 11-17; if born Sept, 1- -. t I.:

grocer. except in emergency to protectlife TUBE FOR TUBE- : Oct. 31, 1924, register Dec. 18-:
COFFEE War' Ration Stamp health or public safety. lapsible toothpaste, shaving cream, 'Dec. 24; if born Nov 1-Dec. 31, OPA Officials- :

3tfo. 27 (Sugar Book) of persons TIRE PURCHASEINSPECTIONCar etc., tubes; must be turned in when 1924, register Dec. 26-Dec. 31; if

'who were 15 years of age or older owners who comply with I. buying new tubes.. EXCEPTIONgift born on or after Jan. 1, 1925, register (Continued from
for Page
:at registration May good 1)
to member of armed serv-
obtain tires on 18th 'if. '
regulations may on birthday or, thatis cause local 'residents '
pound until Jan. 3-one cup a day ices abroad when mailed by dealer. a great deal
Nos.' following terms according to Ration- Sunday or legal holiday, on day of inconvenience.
.average. '
: Coffee stamps are
ing book issued as far as local following CHANGE OF ADDRESSAll Efforts to find
20 through 28-all must be left larger Iquarters
children'whose quotas permit: SHARE THE MEATVoluntarily registrants for selective service -i for the office had been
intact in books of unavailingat
recorded in Ration Book "A" Ration-180 miles: a month now, by rationing next year, new and old, must notify local -'I noon today. .
ages were -tire inspeition required by Jan. weekly allowance of meat cuts,from draft board of change of ad-\\
under 15 in January
'One stamps as must be surrendered; for 31 and every four monthsentitledto dressed beef, veal, mutton, lamb, dress. i Oil Coupons Are
recapping or, if tire worthless, pork carcasses are: for those under "t
'each more than one held by
all consumers on Nov. '28. i' ,Mixtures to buy used tire, recapped tire or 6 years" of age, %' pound; 6-12 I Xmas DecorationsContinued -> I Ready For Delivery
new Grade III "War Tire." years, \Vz. pounds; more than 12
'containing coffee are rationed; con- [
"B" Ration-Up to 560 miles a years, 2% pounds. Restaurant and .
centrates extracts solubles not.
are W. N. Martin, chairman of the '
guest meals count. Fish, poultry, (
month-tire inspection required by from Page 1)
'CONSULT : Clewiston
grocer. 'rationing board, stated
GASOLINE-Basic .::"A" :Gasoline Jan. 31 and every 60 days-en- liver, heart, tongue, souce, sweet- State Defense Council of Florida, this
morning that all fuel oil
Ration Stamps No. -'3" good for 3 titled to same tire purchase' as "A" breads, knuckles, feet do not count. in cjnformity with national POliCy,1 i I for all purposes, were coupons now-
basis-uncooke'd weight, ,
-gallons each until Jan 21. Stamps book holders. Ration that outdoor electrical, I ready for delivery thanks to the
bone included.. CONSULT -Defense -
"C" Ration-Up to 1,000 milesa discontinued. ,
2 void.
Nos. 1 and
splendid help 'given by volunteer
Council Nutrition officers. .
FUEL OIL- "Period 1" Coupons month-tire inspection by Jan. The club urges all who can to I workers.

good until Dec. 19; Period 2 Coupons 31 and every 60 days-entitled to COOKING-Keep burners clean; continue their holiday decorations, The No. 1 coupon for heat ex-

from Dec. 6 to Jan. 2. Unit recapping or, if tire worthless, to gas flame clear blue; save fuel. both indoors and outdoors, but to pires on December 19 so should be
SUPPLEMENTARY buy Grade II pre-war tire, factory LIGHTING-Turn out lights in omit all r
'is 'gallons. outdoor electrical displaysof used at once. No. 2 is overlappingwith
second take-off tire driven less empty rooms, lights not in use. "
'RATION or -
-If there are children under any sort.MajorGeneral. No. 1 and while it be',
I '4 :years of age in family, 50 than '1,000 miles.: HEATING-Shut off heat in or Albert H. Bland- used now it will also be in may effect j

gallons; 'if members' are sick, what' "C" Ration-Over 1,000 miles- from unused rooms; repair stoves, ing, of the State Defense Council, for a time after the expiration of I II

:"is Deeded 'on basis of doctor's certificate tire inspection by Jan. 31 and every furnaces; clean flues, chimneys.. explained that the order does not No. 1.
"CONSULT-fuel oil deal- 60 days-entitled to recapping or, Close house cracks. Insulate if I J

er. if tire worthless, to buy Grade 1 you can. CONSULT Plumber

RATION BOOKS-Must be sur- pre-war tire or' any other tire avail- building contractor.Identification I

rendered on entering armed services able.
or leaving country. Illegal to FEES-Inspector may charge 25 FINGERPRINTING Requiredfor I !

4>ossess :'lost or illegally transferred cents a vehicle for each inspection; Citizens Defense Corps personnel -

Jlatioa 'Bool:. CONSULT.War more according to tire size, if tires ; others may be fingerprinted at It's YOUR I
Police Stations issue cards. ,ir f Saw: 53 '
iprice and Rationing Board. 7.re- removed. ; some

IDENTIFICATIONS On Gasoline RECORDS-Illegal to drive after CONSULT-Police' officers; Defense ( Z fight, too!

Rationing Coupons-Holders Dec. 12 without tire inspection record Council officers.IDENTIFICATION.
.ixiGSy ,
TAGSDe 'r. :
of A, B, C, D books must write in showing serial numbers registered -
ink 'on back of each Coupon his fense Councils will make available BUY U.S.

'auto license number and "Fla." for CONSULT-tire dealers who are Identification Tags of fire-resistant, it

Florida regulations differ for official tire inspectors.SHAREYOURCAR non-critical .fibre with name and Aj UJflRBOHDS

fleet'and T, E and R book holden.. Drivers to number for 5 cents, cost price. 11 *
CONSULT-Defense Council' I
Price Ceilings work most make sincere effort to Identification -

COST OF LIVING ITEMS-Some form or join Share-Your-Car clubsto officers. from income
items frozen at highest March level; qualify for supplementary ration. I
ening records, Bible entries, etc.,
CONSULT-Defense Council, Share-
others at seasonal levels; some not
help establish citizenship. U. S. I
frozen. Check up before you talk. Your-Car Office. OFFICIAL [
Census Bureau Washingtpn D. C.,
'CONSULT-Consumers Interest officers STICKERSAffix sticker for U.S. NAVY !
furnishes data from old census and PHOTOGRAl'U
highest ration
of Defense Council. amount of gasoline
World War I records for $1-pho-
RENTS-Illegal to, accept or pay allowed to windshield-just one
tostated, $2; under seal, $3.Conmmnicat .
tents higher than were charged on sticker; remove all ration stickersover '''' t''f; :'
,local seasonal date or on, March 1, one from windshield. ion Between Sea Batte. 1! :!
TELEPHONE-New service obtainable :t\.1F1
1942, in all areas of Florida ex- USE TAX-U. S. Treasury Use
only on war priority. War !
'cept as follows: Tax Stamp must be affixed to car.
:' Jacksonville Area-Duval County Buy at Post Office on $5 a year agencies have priority on calls and
private conversation be inter-
-April 1, 1941.GainesvilleStarke. basis.
:- Area-Alachua, Violation of Rules rupted.
TELEGRAPH-After Dec. 15,
: Bradford, Clay-Jan. 1, 1941. PENALTIES-$10,000 fine, or
:;s; Key West Area-Monroe CountyOct. '10 years in federal prison or bothis service discontinued on congrat-

::; .. 1, 1941.EXCEPTIONS. maximum for false statement or ulations, felicitations and holiday
greetings; also on messenger, shopping -
: -r Property with representation to any agency of
:. :major capital improvements-not U. S. government; loss of privilegesis and all other non-wire ser-

R counting repairs, reconditioning,, minimum penalty for breaking vice. BUY YOUR WAR BONDS HERE .
Salaries and Wages
t: 'etc. EVICTION-Owner who needs rules.
'premises for own use may evict Conservation SALES ,
t 'tenant but purchaser since Oct. 20, SALVAGE-Save all old "or unusable must approve general increase of

1942, must .pay down at least one METALS, ''RUBBER, RAGS. wages or salariesby employer* of
': third Give to Defense Council Schools more than 8, above Oct. 3, 1942
'. price, not counting borrowed ,
{ tunds, apply for eviction order and I Boy Scouts, etc., or sell to junk- level on wages; Oct. 27 level on fiWMLTHE

,', 'Wait three months under federal man. Strain and save cooking salaries. EXCEPTIONIndividualpromotions.
"war regulations; eviction for cause' GREASE and meat FAT in tin cans DECREASE WLB ,, (
;\ decrease of or 1 I I I t ,
;;' finder state law not affected. CONSULT -coffee cans preferred-Sell to' must approve wage

!: -realtor, banker, lawyer, Area meat market; top price 4-cents, maybe salary scales below highest paid
'1. Rent Attorney or Director. lower. CONSULT DefenseCouncil between Jan. 1 and Sept. 15, 1942.

i Motor ..VehiclesCERTIFICATES I General Salvage Officers. Rumors

!' OF WAR NE- Save unusable SILK and NYLON I REPORT-When you hear a I Iu

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