The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00925
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 8, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00925
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Drill Is CompletedBetween For F. E. A. JournalR. ,


fifteen and twenty high W. Turk, principal of the

DAYR. school boys and girls participatedin 2ND-CLASS RATING Clewiston school, has just com- MEETING WEDNESDAYJ.

the ten hour course in the U. pleted an article dealing with the

S. Army manual of drill put on physical education program in the

W. Turk, principal of the I last week by 'Bob Beardsley, ad- By virtue of a twenty-six per cent small school which will be published E. Beardsley, District Governor

school announced this I vanced R. O. T. C. officer from 'increase in business during the in an early issue of the Florida of Kiwanis for this district,
Clewiston ,
.. r the University of Florida. The past year the Clewiaton post office Educational Journal put out by the installed the 1943 officers of the

'.morning that very soon the local course was held during the Christ- advances to the third bracket of F. E. A.Much club at an' impressive ceremony

would begin complying with I it is likely that the
school mas holidays or second-class offices it was announced attention was attracted to Wednesday evening at the Inn. It
resolution adopted by the State class would have been much larger.
.a -
this week by Postmaster A. W. the comprehensive program inau- was Ladies Night and there was a
.Board of Education for a longer I Sias. There are .seven brackets of gurated here this term by Mr. large attendance.
of religious ceremony dailyin Mr. 'said that the stu-
.period I Beardsley I
second-class offices. Mr.
Beardsley first called
Turk for both boys and girls and upon
the school. dents took the drill much faster
The most spectacular increase of last
this school was selected as a model year's to stand
This resolution asks ,that all than adults he had in classes in quarter was the September and be
any' for the program in small schools.A recognized and then introduced -
principals and superintendents of I other communities and seemed to quarter which showed a gross busi- the directors for the

the time be most interested in trying to at- number of pictures were taken
schools in Florida ness of $4,037 in 1942 as com ensuing year: G. E. Etherton, J.

of ,daily religious ceremonies, re-I tain efficiency. It has not been pared with $2615 in the same quar- during the daily program Tuesdayby W. Ezelle, E. M. Cornette, A. W.
'w. E. from
and these
quired by law, in order to learned whether or not any attempt ter of 1941. This was during the Dilley Sias, R. C. Wilson, C. J. Lovvorn

attitudes and habits of, honesty, will be 'made to continue with the three ordinarily dull months of will be selected. few to illustratethe I and himself.

loyalty, courage, industry, tolerance, classes under the direction of the summer and yet the business was magazine article.BOMBING Ceremonies were then held for

:and other virtues commensuratewith more advanced students.KENNING as good or better than other quar- the installation the new presi-

the rules of Democracy in the ters, of the year. dent, W., C. Owen, vice-president:

four Freedoms.In The quarter'ending in March of RANGE IS Hub Spooner and W. N. Martin,

response to this Mr. Turk TO GIf the' past year showed a businessof secretary-treasurer and the retiring ,

called in the five Clewiston min 4144.00 as compared with president, R. M. Bishop was

isters, Fr. Geary of the Catholic $3,300 in 1941 ; the quarter end- ESTABLISHED ON presented with a past president'spin

J Church, 'Rev. Montgomery of the INSTRUCTION COURSESTARTING ing in June showed $4,010 as by E.: E. Kelly, honorary club

Community, Church, Rev. Meador of compared with $3,115 the preced- member.

; the Baptist Church, Rev. Cain of ing year and the final quarter end- LAKE OKEECHOBEEA .
In his talk to.the new officers
the Community Holiness Church JAN. 18Mrs. ing December 31 showed a total of. '
Beardsley gave a brief historical -
and Rev. Brandon of the Church of $5,831.00 .as compared with $5-
background of the Clewistonclub
God and explained the plan.' Al- 203.00 for the preceding year. notice to this paper from the
R. Y. Patterson, chairmanof its struggles'to keep goingat
district office of U. S. Engineers
though the ministers will not participate The total business of 1942 was
the Clewiston Chapter of American > I times under adverse conditionsand
in Jacksonville is to the effect that
they were all loud in praise $18,022 against a total of $14,233for ,
Red Cross stated this' week cited, many accomplishments
application has been made to that
of the program. 1941, an increase, of
.. that Harry Kenning, Field Rep- $3,789.00ior.26 office by the commanding officerof 1 through these years. He then outlined -
School will .start fifteen minutes per cent. I 1!
the duties of each officer
resentative for the American Red the Naval Air Station in Fort and
earlier in the morning, at 8:45 and Cross' in First Aid, Water Safety These figures represent only for told them what was expected of
Lauderdale the establishment
stamp sales, box'rentals, etc., on I
will I '
the religious ceremony beginin
and Accident Prevention would by the club in order that the
of the
which ratings of the office [ regulations governing use
each home room at 8:50 lasting I :
conduct an instructor's class in first club might continue to function in
and navigation of in Lake
based. Money order sales,, bond an
fifteen minutes until 9:05. Each aid in Clewiston during the five- aerial its_ present efficient manner..
Okeechobee- be used an
sales and postal savings would'run as
home teacher, will take charge ofher Mr. Owen brief talk
day period beginning January: 18 gave a in
bombing range. Only non-ex-
i into an impressive figure. _
Elementary teachers '
'own 'group. and ending January 22. which he outlined the club's objectives -
bombs will
plosive be used.
with bul- ,
will be provided a first for the year, officially
Already a large number of .The'proposed is approxi-

letin of suggestions and Bible aiders here have prepared themselves I mately five and range a' quarter miles named the committee'chairmen and

readings and high school teachers through a ten-hour: advanced GROUP LEFT HERE north' of Lake Harbor and two anda paid a tribute to the club as one

will receive bulletions Character entitled and refresher course to_ take: the in-I half miles west of the west edge in which everyone is working together -*
'Bible Readings In
structor's course and .in order that toward a common goal
of Kraemer Island. It be two
Citizenship. This will be done THURSDAY MORNING with hint of friction.
systematic others of the great many who took miles square and the target will
each school day and a ,
the standard course several months I be twenty feet square marked by The objectives were divided into
comprehensive continuity of
selections for reading and discussion ago may 'take this course another FOR CAMP BLANDINGTen I buoys in the center of the area. The two classes, those long: time "pro

;-:. will be provided. There will advanced class will begin Monday entire area will also be market! jects which are: not expected to be

: .. night at eight o'clock in the school I at corners with suitable buoys. consummated for the duration and
\. also be of allegiance -
: prayer, a pledge ,
auditorium with ,V. M. Bradnackas those which will be worked on this
.Ji .;',>,?>,,,,;,,' -'' anu ,.i>atrioti2_ snag l joung 'me:* ",from Uendry There will ''not be a hearing JHI ,
1nstruct ."i11ls'C'aivanced' courseis but'anyone; 'wisiiin'gto [ year, ,wiih.,, ry nvipe of accomplishment -
The change. over to the new County left Thursday morning for this request-
necessary before those with during the twelve month
'-" "_ schedule will not start until materials Camp Blanding filling the county's protest the 'work from the '
standard certificates may take theinstructor's iod. Long range projects were to
habeen secured throughthe Selective Service of men for Jan standpoint of its interference with
course but is little more pave the double drive through town
county superintendent's office. uary. If, after examination they or effect upon navigation should
than a refresher course of 'the and Bond Street, a swimming pool,
Pupils will then be notified at least are accepted for service in the I submit such protest. in writing with
standard work. a public hospital and an airport.
two days in advance. army or' other branch of service reasons in sufficient detail to
Carl H. Berner, who was activein Short term projects were: 1. To
they will be permitted to return permit intelligent consideration to
arousing interest in first aid i support the war effort. 2. To
home for a week before 'beginning the District Engineer, U. S. En-
List of Tires ForDecember while: Air Warden under the Coun- I promote the increased sale of war
actual training. gineer Office in Jacksonville.
ty Defense Council, is assistingMrs. i stamps and .bonds. 3. To erecta
In addition to these ten the call The following regulations 'are
Patterson by attempting to service roll board in Civic Center -
Given included several others who are proposed to govern the use and
get all those people who took the Park on which the names of all
... classification navigation of the
appealing whose area
;.'.. standard course at that'time to' or service men from Clewiston and
induction has been postponed by (a) The 'danger area is open to
': The following list"of tire and tube qualify and take the instructor's, I bombing vicinity would be inscribed. 4. To
the board for different reasons. I navigation except, when ,
applications approved by the local course. LaBelle and 'Moore Havenare support a movement for the erec-
Making the trip to Blanding practice is I being conducted. ,
:.;, ration board during the month of also asked to send advanced l tion of more street signs, the
were: Homer Monroe Cox, Clewis- (b) Prior to conduct of each
:' December is submitted by' the of- first aiders for this course and it I I numbering of houses and the plac-
ton; Hubert Watson Spooner, trans-: bombing practice, the area will be
.),' fice this week. is ,hoped that as many as forty or ing of names of house. occupants
ferred here from Belle Glade and inspected by naval aircraft which
The list shows a greater numberof fifty can securedfor, this train- I on the houses or in ;the yards 5.
proprietor of Hub Chevrolet Company will warn navigation to leave the '
Make effort to have the price of
certificates for and
recapping I
ing.Mr. ; Daniel Clifford Padgett, also' area by zooming a safe distance to]
Grade 3 or Victory tires due to the Kenning is well qualified to the side.c theatre tickets reduced for servicemen
transferred from Belle Glade and
'I. new form of mileage ration now In conduct these' classes. ''He taught 6. To sponsor additionaltree
proprietor of: Art's Soda, Shoppe; ( ) Upon receiving this signal
effect. life saving on important Atlantic planting in the city. 7. To
Gordon Preston Hand LaBelle watercraft within the danger
.. ; any
beaches and was sent to Puerto join with the Garden Club in beautification --
F.irst line or Grade 1 tires went James Clarence Fletcher, Clewiston; zone shall I immediately leave it and
Rico of the highway through
the hurricane of
to M. C. Doke 1 and R. L. Mar- Melvin Norman Ballard, LaBelle; no craft shall enter this area until
1928. After relief work Clewiston and the approaches to
,., shall 2.Grade. was ended Fred Taylor, LaBelle; Lacey Baker practice has ceased. :
he was given the task of town. -
,..., 2 tires went to Harry J. Polk, Moore Haven; John Law- (d) At intervals of not more than
the Mr. who left
water safety in islands where Spooner, Thursday
Lehman 3, G. E. Etherton 1, M. rence Dyess, LaBelle; Felix Don- three months, notice will be sent
he had mrked success. Since 1929 (Continued on page 8)
E. Von Mach 1, R. L. Marshall 1 he l had marked ovan Bush, Jr., Clewiston. out that bombing practice is continuing
success. Since 1929
and Angeline Smith 1. Glenn Harris was also called but and such notice will ap-

Grade 3 tires went to Fred S. ing ,field representative in a had transferred to Dade City and pear in the local newspaper and in Dr. Gamon Dies In
group of southern states and di-
Perry 1, L. B. Oliver 2, Walter will go in the next call from that the "Notice to ,Marines."
rector of the National
Rogers '2, R. C. Nowling 1, A. School at Brevard N. C. Aquatic county. (e) These regulations shall not Belle Glade Tuesday

H. Hobbs 1, Joseph 'Robbins 3, William Randolph Rider, W. C. deny passage through the area of

Ernest Boyd 2, W: C. tingle 3, Stanford and Robert Lee Yeomans, regular cargo-carrying vessels pro-

>,-..: Wm. K. Langhorne 1 and ,Chas CITY REQUESTS HOMESTEAD all of Clewiston, are appealing ceeding on the established lanes Dr. Robert I. Gamon, 75, pastorof

Surrency 2.Passenger. APPLICATIONS BE MADE classification, John Decal Belcherof for such vessels. In case of the the Lake Harbor Community

h .' of such vessels in the Church during the winter season
:. Clewiston has had his induction presence any
; ,, recapping service was Homestead owners are ,reminded postponed and Delmar Rimes of danger area, the Officer in Chargeof for the past ,two years died sud-
: granted to Darrell Curtis'I, H. R. that the first of each of heart attack Tuesday
year they are shall denly a
bombing operations cause
LaBelle has been
; granted a post-
Brinton .
Jr. 3 John
A. Morrow
required to file application for the cessation postponement of shortly after making an addressto
induction. or
1, B. A. Reams 1, C. H. Hill 3 homestead ponement of ,
exemption Glade
for that year'staes such practice until the vessel has the Lion's Club in Belle
: ; (later cancelled on request) Wra.T .
and these applications are cleared the area, or until there is Members of the club said that

.>. Langhorne 1, Warren G. Reid now being accepted 'at the City Mayor Warns adequate safety distance between he made a most inspiring talk and

.. Y 4, W. C. Tingle 1 'and L. B. Oliver Hall. I appeared to be in better
(Continued on page 8) never
';:' 2. Every ,home, owner_ should ,make Against Shooting, health while making it. It was

:, :,, A truck recap was issued to application for this ,tax exemptionas while talking to a group of members -
'< Lake Now At Lowest
'Angeline Smith. Although for a soon as possible in order that : following the meeting that he
Mayor F. Deane Duff called at-
.4, passenger car doing taxi service all they' will be assured of securingthis was stricken. He was taken at

.,', taxis require a truck designation. tax deduction for the year. tention at the City Commission Level In Several Years once to the Pahokee Hospital but
meeting last Monday night to the
Passenger tubes were allowed to I Unless the application is filed they never regained consciousness.
fact that have been increasing -
;!_: Harry J. Lehman 1, W. E. Smith, will not be 'entitled to the exemption about the discharge of firearms W. C. Nail, engineer in charge Dr. Gamon was a retired min-_

Jr., 1, L. B. Oliver-, Angeline dangerous'use of the Clewiston sub-office of U.: ister of Philadelphia and started
I and the of air I
Smith 1 and M. E. Von Mach 1. rifles: S. Engineers staled this week that coming to Lake Harbor two years
and sling shots within the
: Truck tire certificates went to 'Lake Okeechobee is now at the ago. He and his wife made their
i:'.:...{'_' ', City of Clewiston 2, Clewiston Appliance city limits.A lowest level, 14.8, since the be- home with Mr. and Mrs. G. L.
,.... t SELECTIVE: SERVICE NOTICE municipal ordinance provides
( Store 1, Paul Emrich 1,1 ginning of work by the engineersin Royal and he preached, regularlyat

". ... .J. C. Jackman 4 and J, A. Mc-I severe, penalties for the use of fire 1931 and is a foot and two the church there during his
.: arms and the dangerous use of
Geliee 1. Truck tubes went to Married men who Imvc beeninanied tenths lower than normal at this winter residence. This year he was
air rifles and sling shots within '
\. City of Clewiston 1, Clewiston Appliance ] since December 7, 1941, time of year. assisting with plans for the 50th
the municipal limits. Reports
Store 1 and J. C. Jackman I i have been classified ho ,same asa have been received This low water table, Mr. Nall reunion of his class from Princeton -
recently of
4. I single man. The local board per- been held
said, is due to a rainfall deficiencyand which was to have
\\islies to make it clear that NO sons property having been
.. the poor distribution of the in the spring.Dr.
. NEW TEACHER: mariied men have been sent. by damaged and others endangered by'' rainfall over the year. The Gamon attended Kiwanis Club
the of fire air 'rifles
this bonidlio were married and sling use arms (I' curve which, has been plotted 'as here several times and has preached -
shots and the Mayor said
Mrs. M. H. Sharpe, wife of Clew- prior to that date unless: their that this warning Is given before I I[ desirable 'by the engineers shows a number of times in the local

iston's agriculture teacher, began reason for dependency- deferment the lowest point in lake level 14.7 Community Chinch.
drastic action is taken Mar-
"r' work this week as one of the first I bad ceased to exist by the sought during the normal monthsof Mrs. Gamon left with the body
; shal against violators of this law.
grade teachers taking""the place of! heavy rainfall May and June, Thursday evening for Philadelphiafor
Hendrj Local Boaul.
Mrs. Jewel Gill who resigned after l-r I County Are you doing your part by buy and the highest level, 16.3 in October funeral services and Inter

-f the holidays because of ill health I ing War Bon.ds and Stamps? and November. ment.


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Aer Agriculture Playing Major ,Role Gems of Thought

1ff0 In United States Victory Effort I DO nearest THE to duty you. which Every duty'lies

DOR which is bidden to wait returns

4ESCREEN with seven fresh duties at its

W EA ON "Food will win the war"! To this end, all of our crops now AD1&By back.-Charles ,Kingsley.

have production goals to insure abundant food for freedom. VIRGINIA VALE faults Mistakes remcmber'd are not

Harvests have been planned while the'men who ordinarily do the Released by Western Newspaper Union forgot.-B. II. Newell.
D.,C.'INSIDE' There are two worlds; the
harvesting are away at war. 'Despite this handicap, the department -
HERO STORY :my favorite taxi driver, world that we can measure

Behind the award of the Congres- of agriculture forecasts that next, year's net income will SAID I picks up this couple, with line and rule, and the

total 'approximately $10,500,000,000. The 1942 figure is about world that we feel with ,our
sional Medal of Honor to 31yearoldLieut. and as we starts off he says
Com. Bruce McCandless of $1,000,000,000 above the previous record of 1919. Not only has ,' something to her, and his voiceis hearts Hunt. and imagination. igh .

the U. S. Cruiser San Francisco is white collared America found new pleasure in digging into
in so familiar that I looks Still achieving still pursuing,
the a story annals almost of naval without warfare.parallel "victory"gardens": but ,has pitched into the bigger agriculturaljob and ''sure enough, it's Ronald Learn to labor and to wait.

Inside fact is that shortly beforehe of filling the breadbasket of the United Nations. Pictures Colman. He thinks I didn't get -LONGFELLOW.Character .

was cited for heroism "above and show various phases of this new outlet for American patriotism. the address, and says it again, that scratches is the diamond
call of in the every
beyond the duty,
and I says 'I know, but Mr. Col- stone.-Bartol.
smashing November 13 Solomons
naval victory, McCandless wasn't 1O.744.OOO SALES man, I had to look at you; I seen

sure whether he would be decoratedor COTTON :t941 3 all your pictures.' So he's regu-
7 1942 lar; he moves'to the jump seat, and
hauled on the carpet for insubor- e '. 'F..tu1'H!lYM1.....
dination.His 34.004000. .ALesL1o6ooodoo we'talk, and I tell him which pic- Alll Rum.GIBE ./.

POUNDS tures I !didn't= like, and why. And N
of glittering
citation was'one
he with me he didn't like -.Q.\
agrees ;
but here is the whole 1941
generalities, I
BEEF 'em either. Then he laughs and Qllbtll
story of what happened: 1442
says: 'What do you think of my
McCandless was on the bridge of rOUNDS2.672.S4'.OOO wife?' And I says: 'I always knew .

the San Francisco when it led a IUSMUI you was a good actor; now I knowyou're

spectacular assault between two col- 194161ft' a good picker too!' YOUR

umns of Jap' vessels, firing pointblank CORN 1942 ,r---r ?It $
at both. In the roaring 35- CHILD '
.015..15.000 IU.MUS Incidentally, Mr. Colman was in
Rear Admiral
minute engagement,
New York for a rest, after com-
Daniel J. Callaghan, commander of s.600.000,000 DOZENS pleting "Stand By for Action" ; this cold-relief used when

the task force, and Capt. Cassin EGGS : "Random Harvest the good
'-" .L very
Young, skipper of the San Francisco, 6b ,: .. H. = picture which he did with Greer
were killed, as well as other officers 4.00000QOOO DOZENS QUINTUPLETSCATCH
McCandless.The Garson, was packing the huge Radio
1f7.000.ooOOOO'POUMOCMILK City Music Hall to the roof.

not young notify lieutenant superior commanderdid officers on Z l:'t- ' -- -'-,"---

other vessels in the task force of I __ _ When Mary Martin leaped to star- COLDWhen

Callaghan's death, but immediatelytook POV IDS dom by singing "My Heart Belongsto

command and began giving or- 115. 11,000SUSNFl3 ,Daddy" in a Broadway musical, the Quintuplets catch cold-
frI1/ their throats and "
chests, backs are im-
ders to the other vessels in Cal she wore a fur coat. Back in New mediately rubbed with Musterole.. So

laghan's name. Ordinarily, this WHEAT 1942 York to appear on CBS' "Stage Door .Musterole must be just about the BEST

would constitute a rank breach of 11.713.000 BUSHELS cold relief you can buy!
Musterole such wonderful
gives results -
discipline. However, McCandlessacted NYjn 'tFw because it's MORE than just an
as he did for two reasons: ordinary, "salve". It's what so. many
He thoroughly familiar 1'-- Chart shows comparative production of a few of America's most Doctors and Nurses call amodern counter-
(1) was irrilant.It break local
and helps up congestionin
commodities 1941
in 1942.
with the plan of attack, having been upper bronchial tract,makes breathing -
present at strategy powwows of easier, promptly relieves coughingand
Callaghan and Young when it was Students of the Peddle school tight,sore,aching chest muscles due
to colds. Get Musterole today!
mapped out, and he feared there (below) pick strawberries at Eng- i IN 3 STRENGTHS: Children's Mild

might be a slipup in carrying out lishtown, N. J. Regular and, Extra Strength. 4

the daring task maneuver if the sir r ry '
command passed to another ship '
after Callaghan's death. i h 9a 9gw

((2) It was vital to keep the news r 0 r yf

of Callaghan's death from the Japs, I

and they undoubtedly would have

intercepted the radio communica- r's c/n, pR l Koreans Ignore WivesIn

tion.After Chosen (Korea) if a man

the engagement, when a meets his wife on the street cus-

friend suggested that he might be tom requires him to ignore her

decorated for his brilliant "incog- t ,4 MARY ,MARTIN completely and. pass her as though '
nito" leadership, McCandless is quoted ty u.ou Y 4 'v3 { I she were a.""strangefvO :

as replying that he would be '
Canteen," she gave it to John S.
lucky to get off without' a "court
Staniszewski America's most torpedoed -
martial. However, the navy was
seaman-it'll be made into a
only too glad to give praise where 4'v atw 'W 1, I D.J -
fur vest and worn on .that North Atlantic
praise was due.MARCHING. % :Parade
run, .if Staniszewski can bearto .
Y% %
4\' '. 4. have it cut up! \
Mel Maas of Minnesota, who is L': ;
both marine corps colonel and con- ... .._n ___..,_._____m.__. Twenty 16 mm. prints of "Stai ( J -
Spangled Rhythm," an all-star Para i.ri1 .
has two mementos from
gressman, 6
Women harvesters (circle) take mount musical, have been presentedby '
the Solomons-a 50-yen Jap note anda
10-shilling note of Jap invasion time out for atbit of fun during their \wffa' '' the moion picture industry's War i\1\"i
Activities committee to the army; \- :
\ .
money. labor in the fields. Below: Here Z
they'll go to battle stations in various '
Maas got the off dead "
money Jap
see J. E. Smithy vice presidentof
you gI parts of the world."I .
soldiers. '? O In NR (Nature's Remedy) Tablets,
the Central bank (left) and a ,
The other day he was displayingit _h there are no chemicals. no minerals, no
to Representative Gordon Canfieldof few bank. employees, picking beetsat >;' Dood It" is now before the phenol derivatives. NR Tablets are dif

New Jersey and two British San Lorenzo, Calif. cameras at Metro's Culver City Studios ferent-act combination different.of 10 vegetable Purely vegetable ingredients

WRENS comparable to WAVES with Red Skelton providing the
our formulated over 50 years ago. Uncoatedor
who were having lunch with Can- r y.: a laughs, Eleanor Powell (who's talk.. candy coated, their action is dependable -
field in the house restaurant. The i ; ing about quitting picture-making,) ,thorough, yet gentle, as millions -

WRENS, Third Officers Dorothy k a ; v' ,.; ':ps'4 .. performing some spectacular dances,, of NR's have proved.Get a 10f vincer Box. Larger economy sizes too.
Taite and Elizabeth Gibson, were and Jimmy Dorsey and his band

especially interested in the yen providing the music. Iva

note, which was covered with bright- -, _
colored designs and pictures.
{ -- Just received a copy of "Salute,
"Be sure to give that money backto < v CANDY .
me," said Maas. "I have big .M'L 4 j1G4 the smart little 20-page magazine rorREGUTAR
+ n '
which RKO prints and mails to near. COATED
plans for it. 1LA
XJ iw ly 600 service men ,from the parentor !
"Yes these notes will make
a affiliated companies. RKO's the .
wonderful souvenir to show your t ,F / / / / '
y E first movie company to do this for
grandchildren, commented one of (
the WRENS. 3 ,... its men and girls who've joined the

"Souvenir nothing," exclaimed r r oN, armed forces; "Salute" gives them .
news from home and gives them a
Maas. "I'm
keeping that money to
in directory of other RKO-ites who've'joined .
spend Tokyo.

; ; at up.


The White House called Speaker The Irving Pichels certainly have Dor DsSTAMPS ./ :
interest in "The Moon Is Down, AND "
Sam Rayburn the other day, asked j vf an :
him to come'in to see the President, now in the making at 20th Century-

bringing with him a group of con- ;.,,,P/MyN".,. Fox. Violette Wilson (Mrs. Pichel) mel'
gressmen of his own choosing. is appearing in it, and Pichel is "

When they arrived at the front ..._.._____....._..ho'. .___._ directing the picture and also playing
gate of the White House, in thespeaker's a tavern-keeper. *
Left: Front view of cotton picker "" -
car, the chauffeur said to --
the Secret Service men: "This is i. showing how the row of cotton When Marguerite Chapman's 18- WNU-7 \ 1..t3

the speaker and members, of con- plants flows through the picking year-old brother ,joins up he'll be

gress." drums. Photo was taken during the fourth to enter the navy. Fred'sin

The guards were skeptical. "The Panama, Ed's in Hawaii, Harold's
speaker is all right, but how about field operations near Osceola, Ark. on the East coast. And Marguerite's

these other men?" Whereupon they playing a sailor's daughter in Co

insisted, upon a personal examina- lumbia's "Destroyer/ make il

tion of the other members of con- complete. May Warn of Disordered ..

gress. r :r 4fyY --7 Kidney Action
When Rayburn got inside the White Gracie Allen takes her regular Modern life with its hurry and
House, he was as mad as that good- radio'shows in her stride. But after irregular habits, improper eating infec ann
drinking-its risk of exposure
natured Texan ever becomes. He a recent one she made a 15-minute tion-throws heavy strain on the work:

found a senior officer of Secret Serv- recording with George, Jack Benny over-taxed of the kidneys.and They fail to are filter apt excess to become acid i

ice and said: "Look here, when I s and Eddie Cantor for the Office of and other impurities from the life-giving i

am asked to bring members of con- i War Information's gas rationing blood. backache, I'
suffer nagging
gress to the White. House, I want campaign-and had -a bad case oJ headache You may dizziness, getting up nights

them third to be admitted without any Millions of bushels of surplus Y. 341'4f stage fright! leg tired,pains nervous, swelling-Ceel,all worn out. Other constantly signs ,
degree examination. You oughtto of kidney or bladder disorder are some-
know I wouldn't bring any bomb grains are shipped to distilleries, all Paul Muni is the star of Broad. times burning scanty or too frequent. 1

throwers!I" ,of whose production facilities are way's revival of "Counsellor-at. urination.Try Doan'a Pills. Doan't help the

Note: The 'White House has been now devoted to the war effort. On Law," but the curtain wouldn't kidneys to pass off harmful excess than!hall body amended
They have more
more closely guarded in this war arrival at this plant of Schenlcy Dis- ring up on Saturdays if Ann Thoma waste. of public approval. Are recom
than at any other time in history; didn't do a bit of hustling. "Abie's by grateful users everywhere. ';
including World 'War I. tributors corporation (right), sam- Ark i/our.nnyliborlWashington
Streets on Irish Rose" goes off the air at 8:3Cp. :
three sides are blocked off, and no ples of the grain are: tested for mois m., and Ann leaps for the theaters,

one can get near without a. pass, ture. The alcohol is used for smokeless to open the play at 8:35, in her rolj
,even a member of congress. % of switchboard operator.
I powder, synthetic rubber, etc.

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The Questions 1 8. Who was the "March King"of

iwFU nq 1. What does "recherche"mean? America?

2. Why did King Arthur's knightssit
The Answers
at a round table?

It's the Same Old I War! 3. In architecture, what is an 1. Rare or exquisite. '

2. To avoid showing distinction
-By Capt Richard J. KennedyIt's abacus?
3. A flat stone placed above the
4. If England is invaded what
the same old war! The basic capital of a column.
signals will spread the alarm?
principles never change-only the : 4. Church bells. .

methods change The same bat- 5. Where does genuine mocha 5. Arabia.

tle order with which Hannibal won coffee come from? 6.. Forty-nine.

the battle of Cannae won the second 6. How old was George Wash- 7. No. Previously an Australian

battle of the Marne for Marshal ington ,at the end of the Revolu- Fascist organization used "Australia -

I Foch Vegetius, Roman colum- tionary war? First," and the British Unionof

nist of his day, after a careful studyof 7. Is the slogan "America First" Fascists used "Britain First."

all the great battles up to and including original with us? 8. John Philip Sousa.PENETRO.

the 4th century, decided that

there were but seven systems of bat-

tle A study of Vegetius' ON THE

selections shows that four of them 0
were innovations of the other three, feA

therefore there were and are but RUTH WYETH PEAR Many users say "first use is COLDS'COUGHING

three basic orders of battle, as follows a rovela ion." Has a base of ,
blue is the color key- old fashioned
: (1)) The parallel order; ((2) BRIGHT this bathroom. Blue is Grandma's favorite.mutton! Demand suet SNIFFLES,

The oblique order, (3)) The en- stainless Penetro. Generous UUSCLE-
used for towels and bath mat ACHES
veloping order However, 900 jar 25t double supply 35*.
stripes and for a painted box cor-
years before Vegetius was doing his
nice. The curtains of
Y k 4Little are coarse
'stuff on the Roman Daily Mirror,
white muslin tufted with old-fash- Half-Bushel Pockets
Sun Tzu, famous Chinese generalis-
ioned in blue. American who
candlewicking bright mothers despairover
simo, had prescribed the basic rulesof
Cut the curtains the and their son's
length junk-filled pockets
warfare These basic rules
width desired with ample allow- should be glad that Junior wasn't
are the same as prescribed for our
ance for shrinkage and baste the born in Korea. Korean men have
armed forces today and will proba-
hems in. Next the materialflat their in their sleeves
bly win the Tunisian affair for Gen place pockets ; ca-
eral Eisenhower. on a table and mark diagonal pacity is half a bushel!

.nm.--- _."__ __ y STITCHES
Mechanized cavalry isn't new, bya WITH CANDLEWICK
Lunches Flatter Wartime MenusSee long shot Rameses II intro- i 1 NEEDLE AND 4 < Gas on StomachRelieved

( Recipes Below) duced it in Egypt when he inventedthe 1 (). COTTON STRANDS OF.p.f ? in 5 minutes or double money back

chariot And tanksChinaused I YARN J? When ex stomach add causes painful.eof focat-
Victory Lunches tog;gas,BOUT stomach and heartburn,doctors usually
This Week's Menu armored carts as far back as r ) DOUBLED prescribe the fastest-acting medicines known for
: relief-medicines like thoeelnBellanaTeets.
1200 B. C. The ancient Per- At .;-. No laxative. Bell-ana brings comfort in a
Mid-day meals with that go-and- Hot Tomato Juice ;. jiffy or double your money back on return of bottla
sians introduced the elephant tank
/' to os.25e at all druggists.
get-it spirit are those that are properly Little LuncheonsCranberryOrange
elephants protected by armor with
Salad ,large scythe-like: attachedto
and have plentyof weapons 0 Youth's ExpressionThis
Celery RadishesDatePecan their
trunks for mowing down enemy -
eyeappeal.The Pie young man expresses him-
troops, equipped with turretson p
1 days are Recipes Given. their backs from which archers CLIP ... self in terms too deep for me.-
when Sir W. Watson.
gone you could fire And the large scaling DIP

dash can make to the a quick cor- scissors, cut through rings almost to towers of the Romans were built on TO IN SHRINK WATER

" center, in slices about 1 inch thick. wheels and rolled, like tanks, to '
ner grocery and its side. their Chemical lines the goods with a yardstickand 4_: ;i *
---- bring home lamb Turn each slice slightly on objectives war- on I. ;. ..
Bake in hot oven (450 degrees) 10 fare was practiced by the Greeks in pencil, spacing the lines four *
chops to broil quickly.loads of, left-, to 12 minutes. Place a poached egg 360 B. C; They mixed incense, inches apart to form the plaid pat-

' are days when you had roast. in the center of each ring and serve sulphur, pitch and faggots in '''a pot, tern. Now, thread tufting needle Help sore, itchy, redness of externally

overs from yesterday's need. not with Creamy Cheese Sauce. ignited same and threw them into with four strands of candlewick caused pimples,and so aid heelinguseRESINOL.

But, homemakers, you Creamy Cheese Sauce. the ranks of the enemy. These were yarn, and work along these ruled

:: be foiled, rather let your ingenuity nutri- 2 tablespoons butter margarine the first known incendiary bombs lines using the thread double, as .

, devise new ways of getting 2 tablespoons flour ''History shows that Genghis at the upper right. Also, sew the
"* into menus.
"," ', tion requirements your 1 cup milkteaspoon Khan used smoke screens extensively hem in this manner; then clip the
foods like beans,
Use peas,
protein 1/2 'salt to cover his maneuvers. stitches, as shown at lower right To Escape Insults
F. and vitamin Bl foods ce-
eggs, Vs teaspoon pepper and dip in water. Spread out
make for Avoid too much miscellaneous,
extenders to up
\.:: reals meat..as Your New Year victory menu Vz cup grated cheese smooth to dry but do not iron. Fin- intimacy and you can escape a

( Melt butter and stir in flour. Grad- WALTER WINCHELL /, on a tour of ish the tops with a rod casing. insults.SNAPPY.
:', parade starts off with a meat loaf. duty outside Continental U. S. During.bis ,* ,* ,* good many
ually add milk stirring constantly.Boil absence contributors will substitute.
:': "stretched'1 with oatmeal.,, ,
i t sauce until it thickens. Cook 3 _;-.. :p. -::;., NOTE: It.Js: easy to- give allyour:
: Savory. Meat Loaf. windows a professional finish with box cor- .
minutes. Add Add
Serves 8) seasonings. nices; and they prevent light from show- i
> ., ( cheese and stir over low heat until Hand Grenades were used by the ing at the top,. in a blackout. Pattern FACTS
'.;, 1 pound ground beef cheese is melted." Egyptians as far back as 490 B. C. 207 which gives directions for making

/ pound ground pork Baked Corn and Sausage. They consisted of, boxes in which cornices will be mailed for 10 cents. ABOUT

'. % cup oatmeal (Serves 6 to 8) vipers were secreted. These were Address: I

1 beaten thrown into the lines .
egg, link bulk enemy
,: 94 pound or sausage SPEARS
',: Vz onion, grated onion And the Romans invented the grand-
% cup chopped Bedford Hills New York
:< 94 cup milk I% cup chopped green pepper daddy of the Molotov cocktail, con- Drawer 10 dJfRUBBER

"* 2 tablespoons chopped parsley, 2 tablespoons flour sisting of crude oil in a bottle. The Enclose 10 cents for Pattern No. \ ,

'<: 3 tablespoons catsup 1 teaspoon salt Roman doughboys would ignite the 207. ._

*'... IVz teaspoons salt teaspoon pepper oil, then heave the--grenade against Name ...............................
i the enemy's weak point. The smashing The average car owner drovo
,:",-f. Combine ingredients in order giv- 21A cups whole kernel corn and Address ...eo.eo.....eo..eo......eo.. 9,000 miles In 1941, clicked off
':,' :' enMix lightly until well blended. juice of the bottle would scatter liquid at the rate of about 6,700 toilet

;{_ Place in a greased loaf pan, patting 2/ cups canned tomatoes and fire in all directions We heara a year In 1942 before gasoline
*/ smooth. Bake in a moderate great deal about..war decorations rationing was nationalized. Essential -
: juice j Hostess Let Herself In driving Is now pegged at
((375 degrees) about 1 hour. these days. The first known'record
i[. oven 1 cup oven-popped rice an average of 5,000 miles annu-
F{; 'Makes approximately 2 -pound oVa public-presentation of a decora- For an Awkward Moment ally and the "A" rationing book
If bulk is used form into
sausage allows for 2,880 miles of drivinga
loaf. tion for bravery occurred in the first
f' .: meat
,. of link Brown
shape sausages. sau- year. i iDoIl.'t
:1', Little Luncheons. century, when the emperor of China At a Christmas gathering the ,
: in Remove
heavy frying
sage pan. decorated of his "for hostess in an effort to with
(Serves 6) one subjects shy young I always be content an
and brown onions
"J- sausage and pep- bravery above and beyond the call be genial, led aside the compara- "on the wheel" inspection. Have
, ; 2 cups sifted enriched flour per in fat remaining in pan. Add your tires removed from the wheels,
'. of duty. tive stranger whose name, some-
and checked.You'llbe
spread closely
3 teaspoons baking powder flour and seasonings and blend. Add I
eluded her. what this inspection
how surprised
\ ;j.o',' 1 teaspoon salt corn and tomatoes and simmer until .
.. said "I've pairedyou sometimes shows in the way of internal
2 to 4 tablespoons shortening juice has partially evaporated "Hash-marks" came into vogue in "Look, she carcass injuries. Catch them r

c. % to % cup milk (about l/z hour). Pour into casse- the Continental army in the form ofa off with that lady in the cor- in time and save mileage.In .

l y;; % cup ground ham role; arrange browned sausages on strip of white cloth sewn to the ner. Will you take her in to din. : r
shoulder of the uniform. ? 1941 a total new supply of i
; 6 poached Each stripof ner
\- eggs like
top the'spokes a wheel. Sprin- rubber amounting to 1,441,000
she's'a bit N
'1.:;;,: Creamy Cheese Sauce kle oven-popped rice on top. Cookin cloth represented three years of "My husband says tons, 310,000 or 21% consistedof

{ Sift flour, baking powder and salt moderate oven (400 degrees) service We get the word chev- of an old frump, but' she's got reclaimed rubber.

'.:: together. Cut or rub'' in shortening. about 15 minutes until ovenpoppedrice ron from the French "chevre," lots of money, and" one of his clever I

,>: Add milk to form -- is golden brown..DatePecan. meaning a goat-probably becausethe friends has just married her .

t ;< a soft dough. inverted chevron of the French for it, so you can understand we I

.::' Turn out on lightly Pie. troops resembled goats' horns must be nice to her." I

.;t;; floured board (Makes, 1 9-inch pie) Our word "colonel" is derived from "I'm sorry," said the guest,

r.:.'.' and knead% min- Pastry for 1 9-inch pie the Latin "colonna," meaning a col- "but I am the clever friend in < 4

.t' '. ute. Roll dough 1 cup unbroken pecan meats umn and indicating the colonel was question."

f,: out into a long 2 1 tablespoons butter commander of a column The

;: '.' rectangle 8 inches 1/2 cup sugar dates cut corporal's chevrons date back to Adams Hurried AwayIt
cup -
. !!': wide and Va inch the Middle ages when the artisans

thick. Cut in half 1 cup dark corn syrup who worked on the construction of a RFGcodrich
.' 2 eggs, beaten is the custom of retiring Pres-
; castle to
lengthwise and were permitted wear two
1 teaspoon vanilla idents of the United States to take
::'::f, spread each half with ham and roll inverted Vs (representing the castle of '
Vs teaspoon salt part in the inaugural ceremony
"::y;:' jelly-roll fashion, sealing edges well. roof) as a distinction.Rifle .
John Adams
their successor, but ,
,'. Cut rolls into 8-inch pieces. Form Line pie plate with pastry. Ar- his
the second President drove
t.:'... each piece into 'rings on baking range pecan meats over the pastry. Grenades were used at the horse and carriage out, of Wash-
Cream butter
:. :, sheet. Pinch ends together. With and siege of Stettin in 1677 and the men ington while Thomas Jefferson,

sugar together assigned to firing the grenades
were the third, was being sworn into
+ thoroughly, then known as grenadiers Caminelli \1 lil
add office.
remaining in-
(1%' : Lynn Says: gredients Vitelli, an Italian, was experimenting .
with pistols 'way back in 1540

ing well. Pour and the first bomb was invented by

2,::.. Cans and Jars: You will have into unbaked pastry another Italian named Bondo in 1588 The Housewife"Research

noticed that your grocery shelves I shell over the .' A form of shrapnel was used .
:':.. present a different picture than pecans and bake in a hot oven (450 by the British at the battle of Crecy

;;.._. in the past. Instead of all food degrees) 10 minutes, then reduce to and the forerunner of our present Professor of Economy"SHE'S

'. '-:,';' being put up in cans, some food moderate (350 degrees) and bake rifle sight was a part of each cross-

: has been preserved in glass.In 30 to 35 minutes or until knife in- bow. not a Ph.D. or an LL.D. She hasn't a diploma or a cap and gown.

those foods placed in cans, serted in center comes out clean. Her research is not done in the laboratory or the library. As a matterof

\ the government has decreed Cool. May be served with whipped Chaplains are not new in the army fact, her findings are made, usually, in the street car, in the subway, !:
commuter's train.
'. I, three different sized cans. cream. '. Each Christian knight duringthe in the She suburban reads the advertisements in this paper with care and considera i

A number two sized can, one Lynn Chambers can tell you how to Crusades brought along his own tion. They form her research data. By means of them she makes her

:',: '. of the standard sizes yields 2Vfe I dress up your table for family dinner or private chaplain Oliver Crom- purchases so that she well deserves the title of "Research Professor of
..., ,, give menus for well recruited a regiment of after item as the roll on, combining
< cups and will serve four to five festivities, you your partiesor cavalry Economy. She discovers item years
people. The number 2J/fc sized tell you how to balance your meals in known as the "Old Ironsides," most high quality with low.

can averages 3Vi cups and feeds accordance with nutritional standards. Just members of which were clergymen It is clear to you at once that you. and all who make and keepa

six write to her, explaining your problem, at -. Bishop Leonidas Polk, an out. home. have the same opportunity. With the help of newspaper
people. Western Union 210 South Des- from the school of indiscriminate
Newspaper Southern advertising you, too, can graduate
Largest food can is number 10, plaines Street, Chicago, Illinois. Please standing clergyman, rose buying into the faculty of fastidious purchases I IJ
used institutions and enclose to the rank of general in the Con-
usually by a stamped, self-addressed envelopefor
restaurants. your answer. I federate army. I

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(I wife, having a total income (earn- a few other canned 'commodities)ed. :

The Clewiston News forces plies and may so_have that the fuel needed oil may sup-be ings, together with other income) and that sales will be frozen a II A few, as always stand out, and I II

available for the folks up north. of $500 or more, and married persons week in advance to give'stores I I've selected two or three with \
living with husband or wife ample opportunity to replenish messages so'clever or inspiring as to-
Published every Friday CLEWISTON in ClewJston NEWS, Throughout the taxable year, who stocks and to prepare for the I deserve wider distribution and I'm

Inc.Florida, by the We've been going through mumpsat have an aggregate income (total rationing program by training sure' none who sent them would

our house this week. Sunday earnings of both husband and wife, personnel. object to my_ sharing them with, !

KEATIILEY BO1VDHV. Editor morning the youngest- one waked up together with other income) di; The exact dates have not .been' I

resembling a full moon. It's a $1200 or more regardless of the fixed but the new rationing will you.From a friend in Maine ,came ,

class mall matter very light case and he has suffered amount of net income, must file a start as early as possible in Feb-. this courageous bit of verse:
Entered as 'second other .
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office in practically no return. ruary.
Clewiston, Florida, .under' the Act of than having to stay in the house Point values will be posted in The drifting snows of winter \
!March 3, 1897. without playmates. At that, it has' Official I May swirl about our feet;
New Scout each store and otherwise publicized -
household for time is I
the '
upset. and will have the same value We may be short on sugar ,
Rate $2.00 Per Year.AdvcrtUIng such closely budgeted thing it'sa On rubber heat \
Subscription Council of gas and ; ,
Named for on all similar items regardless I
problem to adjust the scheduleto Old :
Santa be rationed. '
On Application. may I
Rates I. the price asked or the quality at
even a slight case of mumps. I --- any individual store. I His presents may be few '.

Devoted to the advancement and welfare -'" Fred L. Treat, Scout Executiveof The first rationing period will But thank theLord l

of Clewiston and Hendry County. With most of the nation yester- Sunny Land CoiCncil, Boy Scoutsof last through February and pos- My Christmas thoughtsCan

day noon we took time out to listento America, today announced the sibly March, Thereafter the per still go, out to you.'

President Roosevelt's address'to iods will conform to the
employment ol: Robert E. Holladay; Most inspiring, striking, thought
the 79th congress on the state of calendar month.Consumers .
A\EA\BER the nation, and were well repaidfor I of Hampton, South Carolina, as provoking and timely was the one
FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION ) will have to declare received from the office, of Attorney -
_NATIONAL ASSOCIATION J the time 'spent. He spoke' of Assistant Scout Executive, taking stock of these processed General Tom Watson. Its mes-

1Q-41 the year 1943 as a ,year of "highhope" the place of John L. Shutt, who recently foods on hand at time of registra-I sage was so profound, so. in step
and urged America now to entered the Navy.
tion for Ration Two and
with the times that I must pass it
begin preparation for the impor- Mr. Holladay completed, on December -
to stocks
stamps cover these excess on. Under the outstretched wingsof
Public schools will soon inaugu- tant task of assuring the peace I 22nd, the National Training will be removed from the book at an American Eagle -appeared this

rate a longer devotional period after the Victory is won. The win- School for Scout Executives at time of issuance. Fruits and warm verse, written by Ruth Payne

each day. If the war brought' this ning of the war is our immediatetask Mendham, New Jersey. He comes vegetables canned at home do not Bomford, a member of the secre- '

on we'll have to chalk up one and we must bend every effortto to the Sunny Land Council highly have to be declared. I tarial staff: ____ \
thing in its favor., it, but following that will be I recommended. He completed the _,
Only dried and dehydrated
the winning and holding of the training school with the highest fruits When might was right in days;
such apples and
as peachesare
Elsewhere in this issue will be peace. That in itself is a big task grades of any of the 31 men at- of old
covered. Dry vegetables suchas
seen an announcement of Constable and America must not step aside. tendance.Mr. .
navy beans, split peas and There were no free born menThe -
Bell regarding dog Holladay, after finishing I lentils are not covered. All can- Liberties we have today I
Better get that tag at once if you High School at Brunson, South ned soups, regardless of contentsare Were far behind their, ken.

value your pooch.If I I Carolina, attended Waford Collegeand covered but dehydrated soups \

Your Income TaxPublisher's the University of Florida, are not. Canned salmon and But now 'a hard-won. bulwark
took the standard first
aid you a few months ago plan: graduating from the latter. He canned meats are not included in (Continued on Page 8). T '
course has been a school teacher, athletics the present program. \
to 'take the advanced course next I coach, and has also worked for the The housewife will not have to !!
week and get in on the instructor'scourse National Youth Administration, and
declare itemized
an list of can-
Janu- I
to be given starting .
I Note-In view of the the Agriculture Adjustment Association -, ned stocks, only a total of the I

ary 18. fact that nearly everyone will pay of Hampton County I cans on hand. INVEST :10% OF YOUR

objection to the Ian I income tax 'or fill out an income South Caroline. I I Ration books for all members of I
We have no ,
serving his troopas INCOME IN
He was a Scout, II
gasoline restrictions if it: tax blank before March 15 we are I the family can be used by the one
Senior Patrol Leader, and more I
will aid in bringing the war to an I beginning this week, a, series of ar- i person buying the supplies for
of highly
ticles prepared by the U. S. Treasury recently a that and :
end sooner but we do hope that family the same as sugar
any Coastal Em- '
I successful troop of the
some real effort will be made to Department dealing with this' coffee coupons are now used. War Bonds
force those to abide by it who tax. It would be well not only to pire Council. .
old married and
He is 28 ,
read them but to clip them out and
will not do so voluntarily.The save them for future reference. has three children, ages 7 years, 5'' (N:N N:..:..:N:N:..:N:H N:N:N:NN:N N NON N:..:..:..:..:..:.

and the youngest, 8 months
I years,
record of Clewiston'sgrowth What Is Income Tax?
best I old. He is a member of the Meth-
we can think of is that II The federal income tax Is, as the odist Church. Too Late To ClassifyBy

shown in the increased post-office I name implies a tax levied upon incomes Following a few days orientation
of 26 cent during the and it is payable in relation '
receipts per RUSSELL KAY
period in the Council Headquartersoffice AFTER THE WAR YOU
year' just closed. We're now ,three-I to the amount of income. Income,
in Bradenton, Mr. Holladaywill

sevenths of the way to a first-class!Ifor I Federal income tax purposes, make his home in Fort Mye s. ;:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: .. WILL WANT TO BUILD
office. means in general any compensationfor From latter he will
the place,
i one's services, whether the YOUR ;OWN HOME. CON-
iI serve the communities of LaBelle,
I While it have proved quitea
.................................................................!...............................I goods compensation or other be services in money; it includes or in, Fort Myers, Fort Myers Beach, burden to may the post office, I'm SIDER INVESTING PART
Grande Arcadia Punta Gorda
Boca ,
also I glad that most folks did not per- OF THE '
the net value received for the REMAINING 90% -
I ,Alva, Felda, Moore Haven, Clew-
RAMBLINGS .1, product of one's labor, as farm mit the war to prevent a Yuletide
S produce in the case of a farmer; ,i iston, later, Naples and EvergladesCity. exchange of cheery greeting. I OF YOUR INCOME IN A

By B. B. income from investments; profit: Each Christmas I hear from old

.... .. .. ..... . . .. from business operations; and other and dear friends some in distant
I-N N: : MGM :N :N: : :.X":":M NNM, N N gains from ,sales' and exchanges of. Point Rationing. Of parts of the world, of whom I Homesite .

goods and property. Certain limit I have lost track. One of the real

We believe 'you all read the I ed categories of income are, however Foods To Start I joys of the holiday season to me is

service column which appears almost tax _exempt, and to the extentof 1 [!sitting down after the rush of the I

every week in this ,paper. Be such exemption are excluded inj Early Next Month''''I day is over and 'leisurely looking

sure and read the one today. From, computing, the tax. I through the cards I have received.This .
I I i iI I yea-r they were exceptionally CLEWISTON REALTY ,

the far-flung battle lines come Because of exemptions from the][I The local office of the rationing -I ly Many rang with the per- I
letters from our boys who are out tax given to persons having less|
that and
announces sonality of the sender. Some ,of i
there fighting for us. They are than certain stated amounts of income -. I I II
rationing will be started in February the most appealing were in the
in our estimation all that anyone ]I I as well as because of variousI I '' ,
for canned, bottled and I I i form of modest postcards bearing CORPORATION
could ask in the of letters. i deductions and credits allowable,
way I|I fruits vegetables and -
,'a warm and kindly personal mes-
The well-cared for only a small proportion of the number I L
boys seem
t i juices, dried fruits and soups and i|sage or verses. All are appreciat-I ... I
well-fed, content with their lot, hardthough of persons receiving incomehave ( r

it is. They are doing an I r until recently ,been subject to

important job and they realize it. the tax. Thus, 'of the estimated '

They are doing pit to the very best I 55 million persons in this country 1i

of their ability. They seize eagerly'II who received income in one form fl THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .:. Ii!I
upon every newspaper from home, or another during the calendar 'year

for even the printed word is scace 1941, only some' 26 million persons r S i ilt

where they are 'now. And besides, were required to file Federal income -

the News is important because it tax returns for that year,I] y

represents the Old, Home Town. I'I. while of these same 26 million,]i ; .*' 1 1it V

We print their letters, not only I more than 9 million were not tax'
I able due to credits and
: deductionsallowable.
to let you know how they are getting ] -
(I I
along and where they are, and j .. "
, to let the boys in one part of the [ As a result of the lowering- ofj < ::5
/ I Ii Io
exemptions many more persons are!! + t -
world know where the rest are and ;
now subject to the Federal income, ", "'I' .'" .
how they are doing, but because !I i'O. ,
tax than before. and for the calendar -' .
we ,want you folks back home to / "
realize how important any thing I' year 1942 it is estimated that .II\ ;{

you could send them is. A letter, more than 35 million persons ,will) .

a postal card, a few clipped jokes, I file Federal income tax returns.! a
To the T % .
cartoons, funny papers books, large number of persons
have now subject to the Federal income i
stories, magazines. You no ) r
tax, who have reportedincome rYY
idea how much joy you could never
before for Federal tax -, <<
spread around among those boys by purposes i .
an understanding of the law J '
the simple use of postage stamps. I ,
I and applicable regulations is ofi -
magazine you are through
I{ 1 1I ._ H 1
I prime importance. _
reading the bunch of cartoons, or
jokes. They would cost you onlya 'I An income tax return is a declaration I.ff'c; ;' +!

few cents postage and would on the part of the taxpayer! 1

really be a morale builder when of his total taxable income for the|

they reach Africa, or ,the Solomons, year together with the _

or other islands known to us as i I deductions, exemptions, and variOUS'1
Island X.Their to which he is entitled. I

families will give you their reliance upon voluntary /J' 1 i I II .
(and the integrity of taxpayers generally i. '
address. The News will be glad to ,. I'j I
that the cost of administration '
I > .
give you their address if, that'shandier 4
of the income tax can ,be kept i
for you. t .
mat a minimum. Though the return
k a a I "--f ft ..-:::,,-,', '
is a voluntary statement, any per- 4)t :, ;'.
H ;.
Surely among your New Year son who willfully makes a return .:. ,' .. ,

resolutions was one to accept in which he does not believe to be

high good humor all the dis- true and correct in every material

comforts; inconveniences and even matter is subject to the penalties
1 :
hardships which the year 1943 I provided by law.

might offer a fighting home front. The first requirement of the

Well, Uncle Sam just wonders if 1, law is the filing of an appropriate I How do you feel about this idea of stopping'em e'.any more than I should tell you how to goaboutputtingoutafireAndhere'ssomething J

we really meant that resolution and I Ihe's I return. For indivduals generally from selling liquor anywhere near army ,
come through with a testing this must be done
by March 15 following -
camps Judge'till that strikes All this worryingseems
me funny.
order. Give
up pleasure driving, the end of
II II the calendar
year. was just talking about that with Will to be about the boys' conduct around '
says he, and so we will. We hope The return must be filed with the ,
the gasoline rationing will become appropriate Collector of Internal down at the barber shop about ten minutes the camps here in this country. You never -

settled down to a fair ,and equitable I I Revenue for the district in which is ago.Tell you what I told him,Ned. I say it's hear a word of worrying about them drink-

basis for us all. We think there located the legal residence or principal !up to the Army to decide. Why should we ingwhen they go abroad. 'Kind of queer, ',

will be less abuse and less griping i i place of business of the per- walk in and tell the Army how to do its job isn't it, Ned?"

about it when that is done. "son making the return. I

Certainly the situation is critical Under the present law every

and we are all :willing and anxiousto I single person, and every married Confnenct cj Alcoholic Entrant InJiutrbt,tntPAGE ,

do our ,part, ,so that our armed person not living with husband or i :
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\ 'isiThey accompanied Bob and The ordinance of Infant Baptism killed a.leouple: of deer and turkey enemy coastal 'guns and we did hare-

: Dan Beardsley on their return' to will be administered Sunday morn- and quail and duck until all of you a few hours of fun dodging fire-
.. Personals ] -the University of Florida in Gaines- ing to the children of parents desiring are tired of wild game. Don't from both sides.

ville. this sacrament for their know but Goff and I' hope to be The French signed a treaty with

children. there for the opening of the next us after about three days and -now-
MRS FRANCIS HONOREE AT'- Choir practice will be held Thurs- season. We don't have any time they are fighting right .along with

Mrs. Laura Smith spent Sunday PARTY ON 70TH BIRTHDAY day evening at 7:30 in the church. for lounging on beaches but I do us,-in fact, most of us are in.

i., in Pahokee. The officers and members of think we are doing some work_ that permanent rest camps and the
Mrs. H. A. Bestor entertained Community Church invite those of is well worth while to the cause. French are doing the guard duty.,
-:.:,:, Dale Crews Cato had his tonsils with a bridge party recently com- all denominations to worship with Give our best regards to all. This is Thanksgiving Day and I
""". removed at the local hospital Sat- plimenting her mother, Mrs. J. M. them and to take part in the work Merry Christmas and Happy New think :you will 'agree that I have-

': < urday afternoon. Francis, on her seventieth birth- of the church. If you have no other Year. As ever, your friend, plenty to be thankful for.

day. First prize was won by Mrs. church home in the community let -Dick Hooks. This is about all I cansay' for-
Mrs. Melvin Pape spending a N. V. S.: Mumford, second by Mrs.' 'us welcome you to our fellowship.There now, so thanks again for the pa-

few weeks in Fort Myers with her E. C. Mills and"cul by Mrs. R. Y. is a Church Hour Nursery Care Postmaster, New 'York. per ,and I hope they keep coming.,

.'. .:',- sister, Mrs. Joe Hilliard. Patterson Mrs. ,Gene Powers. won I at the Community Building for the November 28th, 1942. *' As ever,
i the consolation prize. care of small children while par- Dear Mr. and Mrs. Bowden: )
Mrs. James A. Boyd, Mrs. A beautifully decorated birthday ents attend morning worship. Mem- I never expected to receive the -Ed. 'JOo-
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Charles Bolton, Mrs. John A.) cake was brought in and placed bers of the Mothers' Club keep the News in North West Africa, so you
Morrow sand Mrs. E. W. Durst. before the honoree and was cut and nursery. can imagine how surprised and From Jacksonville Naval AIr-

were visitors Monday in Miami.! served with ice cream to the pleased I was to receive two copies Station_ 'J. D. .Hooker writes and:
) the before tells us a bit of what he's, doing.
guests. .IN.N.NIN. .N.N.N.N.NIN. :..:..:11..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.IIN. :N1111N. .h day Thanksgiving, also He says: I wish to' thank
Mr. and Mrs. G. Hr- Brown spent Playing were Mrs. Harry vaughn'l with other mail from home. The you at
New Years: Eve and New Years Mis. Patterson, Mrs. M. E. Von two issues were October 9th and' this time for the issues of the

':. Day in South Bay with Mr. and, Mach, Mrs. S. L. Crochet, Mrs. E. 16th., I Clewiston News.' You at home
Mrs. C. E. Brown. C. Mills, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs.M. With Tell Carroll Redish that if he don't realize how much the News
M. Prewitt, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, gets the Japs for his issues I will and letters from the folks at home

.,Miss Mary Elizabeth Thomas / of Mrs. F. E. Conkling, ''Mrs. Francis, do, my best over here, as I enjoy, help one. It makes you feel so-

;Haines City, who spent the Christ- Mrs. Mumford, Mrs. W. E. Bolton, my papers .just as much as he en- much better. When you hear from
.:,';' mas holidays here with her aunt, Mrs. Gene Powers, Mrs. W. C. Nail, r Our Boys joys his. home you get a feeling which

Mrs. J.. K. Weaver, has returned Mrs. Otto Larsen and Mrs. W. C. Best regards to all back in the makes you want to go ahead.
to her home. Owen. Joining the players for the Old Home Town and thanking you "All of us boys have a job to da

.-',,, tea were Mrs. William H. Lanier, J in theService for the future issues I know are and we are all going to do our-

; David Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs.. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. F. Deane : on the way. best. If everyone at home will

Mrs. M. A. Thomas, is recuperating Duff, Mrs. E.; L. Stewart, Mrs. ,. Yours truly, 'Keep Smiling,' we boys will do)

".' from an emergency appendectomy Judson V. Francis, Mrs. O. A. -John J. (James) Wynn. (Continued on Page 8)
performed in the local hos- Jones ands Miss Harriett Haywardand r- _
pita Friday aflernoon. Miss Bernetta Moorhouse. And under date line of November
,_ FJ'ench.Morocco. Ed
,,j.. Mr. and Mrs. George Prevatt, ALTAI SOCIETY MET AT ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:;.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: Ward writes "I've covered- quite, a I medium Mongrel dog named Trouble' ,,
who spent a few weeks in Clewiston MRS. VON JIACH'S HOME few miles since I last saw you and' brown, 18 inches high, 24

,.. left this week for Fort Myers The Office of Censorship in the other people' of Clewiston butI inches long, wore dark studded col-
! ': '. -where they will icside. in the fu- The Altar Society of St. Mar- Washington has urgently requested still think of all of you even Ken Reward if returned to Mrs.

:,' ture. garet's Catholic Church met at the The. Clewiston News to print a though_ I don't get to write often.i I Woodward. Phone 108.

.. home of Mrs. M. E. Von Mach story concerning the military ad- The most pleasing thing I've seen

Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Pape have re- yesterday afternoon. At the an- dresses of boys in the service, particularly -< since I arrived here was the Oc- DRESSMAKING, ALTERING
turned from spending a week in nual election of officers Mrs. those overseas. Becausewe tober 23rd issue of the News which ,

(" Canal Point with their daughter, Clarence J. Nielsen was elected hope and believe that most par- came in yesterday and I've read BUTTONHOLE MAKING

.. c-: Mrs. T.V.' Griffith and Mr. Grif- president, Mrs. Gene Powers vice- ents and friends of the boys in practically every line in it and want Mrs.'
Inez Pope
filh. president and Mrs. Jack Schopen- service read this'column we are reprinting you' to know that I really appreciate .

hauer secretary-treasurer. Father here. We it.I'll I
the story hope Millcrest Near Passenger Depot
Mrs. Arthur E. Oliver is re- Geary, on; behalf of the Society, you will all read every word of it give you a brief summary Of!I J "
. cuperating in the Lee Memorial presented Mrs. W. D. King, retir- and will heed it.. It IS important.The what I've: done since leaving the'I i (next door to Bill Allen's)

Hospital ,from a major operation ing president with a' pottery bowl families of the boys will gladly States. We pulled out, of a Vir-.
if. performed there the first of the in appreciation of her work dur- give the address of their soldier or ginia Port on October 24th( with a

week.. ing the past year.. sailor to anyone who will write to very large convoy (I an't' say .Ao

The society made plans for a them. It is no secret that Dick how big) and arrived on the coastof

Mrs. Ken Swayne and baby silver tea to be held in the near ,Hooks and Wilbur Goff are on an French Morocco, Africa, near Mrs. M. A. Thomas
c daughter have returned from the future as a gesture of welcome to island' in the Southwest Pacific; that the town o( Fedala on November8th.

Good Samaritan Hospital in West the many new members 'o'f. the Art Lawrence and Merrell Lowe We were welcomed by pretty J1
r- h;. Palm Beach. The baby, who has church. Other routine business and K. C. Hamilton are in the Hawaiian heavy fire from the French but Agent for AVON Products

5.; been named Sandra Kay, was bornChristm'as was transacted and refreshments Islands, that Dick Redditt landed' in good condition. We had Box 438 ClewistonFor
,Eve. served at the close of the meeting. is on Guadalcanal; that Ed Ward quite a few small skirmishes for
and James Wynn are in Northwest three days., One of these days
,, Jimmie Davis returned this week I Africa. But' we ,hope the my platoon was on outguard when
& from Jacksonville where he has been enemy does not know the companyand we were hit by several tanks and
Mrs. Ruth Wilcox entertained
confined in the U. S. Naval hospital regiment or division or unit armored cars, but we got word back Your
for several months. He has been members"of:; her bridge club at her that these boys are with. By to the Air Corps and with their "
'ref; given a medical discharge' from home on the Government Reservation gathering these bits 'of information help made' short work of them HUNTINGLICENSE

"t y :,: the Navy. Wednesday evening. First together the enemy would know I without the loss or injury of any for season 1942-43, see
prize went to Mrs. Carl Berner and ,
,.Y Stiy :fr6'a -: approximately .how many men we, of my men.
second to Mrs. M. E. Von Mach. R. C. FOWLING
Miss Sylvia Bass spent, the week- have. in those battle fronts and!I When we landed the whole outfit
end at her home in Okeechobee.." Mrs. Wilcox Mrs'-served, apple pie to what kind of equipment they have.]1! got caught in our own naval fire, Hendry County Motors' Clewiston
Mrs. Berner, Von Mach, Mrs. I.
Miss Nettie Pearl Rigsby spent We know you would not knowingly -]
a ,Sunday visiting her parents there, I Ruth B. Owens, Mrs. P. M.. Mc- do anything to further endanger)I L
Intyre, Mrs. C. E. Miner Mrs. Carl
and the two returned to Clewistonin I the lives of your boys, so let's keep'' FOR SALE-Two lots in city ,limitsof
the evening. Johnson and Miss Mary Markette. quiet about their outfits. 'I Clewiston, size 25x110 feet

__ t I I i ? ---- Here's the story:' I(I each. These lots are on the main Johnson's Fish Camp

: ': Mrs. G. H. Brown, Mr. ;and Mrs. I Mrs. Glen Etherton entertained If you know what ship a sailor' highway. Price $1,000. Mrs. Acey (Near Hurricane Gate)

.,,: G. L. Royal; Mrs. J. F. Royal and, her, bridge club at her home Tues- is on, ,or what company or regiment I]I Wisswear, Rt. 2, Box 102-A, Sanford Clewiston, Fla. /
day evening, serving a chili supperto ''I Fla. Jan.22-p. .
Mrs. E. C. Brown recent
were a soldier is with overseas, then you' Boats and Motors-Guide. Service
, .j', .., visitors in Miami, going down to the guests before the bridge know a military "s cref," the Office -I Rates ReasonableW. '
:',:;', attend several game. Mrs. G. E. Crow won first 'I
the showing of
of. Censorship in Washington H.
prize Mrs. Roy'Durrence Mgr.
: '
., ;. clothing manufacturers. warns.. I I .
and Mrs. R. C. Nowling low."Those .
---- This secret ought not to be pub-]: Florist Agency
; playing Mrs. C.
:. Charles Smith, of Avon Park, who were lished. This Ms why: r '
Carlton, Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., Mrs.\ Flowers delivered here at no
attends Bolles School in
the Jacksonville i
general needs to know the
o :\: has returned to Jackson- Crow, Mrs. Durrence, Mrs. A. W. extra qost. Other towns, any
ville after spending a few days Lawrence, Mrs. Curtis Thompson, strength of his opponent: how many i where' in U. S. add only cost of J. M. CO USE
Mrs. H. C. Post and Mrs. men, guns, ships, planes there are 20
Nowling.Mrs. i from to
,; here with his uncle and aunt, Mr.and in each theater of war. telegram 55 ranging Counselor and Attorney at LaN
Mrs. E.: E. Kelly. The Nazis and the Japs want to I cents.
',. r F. E. Conkling entertained I MRS. SARAH E. FOUNTAIN Hopkins Building
know these things about our forces.
.. _Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hoover are the Wednesday Afternoon Bridge Their agents assemble the information -I Western Union. Office "'eUnes<<1ars and Saturdays

parents of ,a 6- pound 10 ounce I Club at her home this week. Mrs. like this: from one paper, Day Phone 82 Night 2791 I 9aO to 4:00 _
,. ; baby boy, who was born in the Keathley Bowden \,won first prize, an item- reveals the 600th Infantryis

(I local, hospital IJanuary'3rd.. The I a box of soap and guest towels, and in Australia; another, that the
baby has been named Roy Louis. Mrs. J. W. Ezelle won perfume as <<
U. S. S. Wisconsin is in the Mediterranean ,
Mr. and :Mrs. Hoover live in South I cut prize. ; another, that the 206th'I II r: a: r.I
Clewiston. A salad course with sandwichesand
...... I Tank Battalion is in North Africa.
hot tea was served to Mrs.D. I
" '. : G. Alston Mrs. Bowden, Add hundreds these bits of : .t Wc"U: = ___.:
Miss Harriett Hayward and Miss Mrs information together, andour en- I
: Bernetta Ezelle, Mrs. H. R. Hall Mrs. Carl
"," ,:c': Moorhouse of New York emies have a too-accurate estimateof
":\' =. City are spending sometime in Johnson, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs.G. American military strength. E
;"'1, Clewiston as guests of Mr. and Mis. B. Thomas and Mis. R. C. These are OUR soldiers-Amei-.i
,::: 1\1. W. Bigg. Mr. and Mrs. Bigg "Wilson.WEI I
.'." icans, all-whom we endanger by NOTICE !
::., ". and their guests attended the Orange these }"little slips." I
Bowl game in Miami New NEK ROOST CELEBRATES ]I This is not" a 'blackout' on the 1

Year's Day. 7TH BIRTHDAY, RONALD HARE mews about our soldiers. Considerable I

I I I latitude in reporting personal j II I
Mr. and Mrs. H.: A. Case of Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., entertainedwith i experiences gives the enemy little II
ALL DOGS Without
::-- Chicago have arrived in Clewiston a weiner roast at her home military,, information, if thetroop I Dog

.. 'and are making their home with Saturday afternoon celebrating the units, the ship names are kept I
.< Mrs. Case's parents, Mr. and Mrs.N. seventh birthday of her son, Ron- secret. But in articles about soldiers License Tags Found on Streets

V. S. Mumford., Mr. Case is ald. The weiners were cooked over and sailors and in the ad- .

'. ,employed in the commissary office an outdoor fire, and afterwards the I I dresses for them, don't give away I 11 will

:, and Mrs. Case in the sugar office birthday cake was cut and servedto their fighting units. after Monday, January, ,
building. the children.

Invited to attend the party were The New Year's mail started off I be impounded held three days
"- Among the Clewiston residents John Perry, Jimmy Knight, Paul most pleasantly for us here at the I. ,

attending the Orange Bowl game Bowden, Wayne King, Beverly Clewiston News: one letterourfirst
., in Miami on New Years were Mr. I Carlton, Joyce and George DeVane; from the Southwest Pacific- and then killed. "

;.C-:r.,:!.. ,..'r' and Mrs. E. E.: Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Egley, Buddie Trice, Bob and from Africa. I 4
: W. H. Lanier, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. j j Berner, Skippy Cothern, Linda Lee, 20 December, 1912.!) .

o..1 Crochet, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bong, 'I Tommy Walton, Manning ,Carter So. West Pacific -,, J By Order City Council. ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McLendon, Mr. i and Sammy Bishop.CLEWISTON Island X "
\ and Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Parker T. I Dear Mr. and :Mrs. Bowden: I,I I

Wilson. Joe Schroeder, Frank COMMUNITY have been receiving the Clewiston I
Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence, 41 CHURCH News right along-Wilbur and I j --LS BELLi'
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mr. and John N. Montgomery, Minister I both for that matter. If you don't

Mrs. D. G. Alston, Misses MargaretVon I -- think you have the best paper in
Mach, Renee Wethington and I' 9:45' -Church School. I the country you get this far from 4 Chief of Police
I Mrs. C. W. Bing. 11:00-Morning Worship. Sub- home and get one. We read them

I'ject, "What's In A Name?" I from one end to the other and I
Mrs. L. P. Wilson left Sunday 6:30 Junior .
I Christian Endeavor. -!then our friends have to have a '
o ___ .
1 for her home in Enterprise aftera ( look. The last issue we received '--n. -- -- '
visit with Mr. and Mrs. J, E. I 7:30.-Evening Worship. A Five- i was the Issue of September 25th- II I It ItDAY
Beardsley and was accompanied Point Plan for Christian I
Living. ;a little late, but well worth while.


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To oil a door lock, dip key into
Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. oil and turn several times in lock.
THE STORY SO FAR: Old BID Cole, She laughed at him. treating himto that got hurt. Both of them want (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) *

having been.fatally shot by an unknown her scorn at its best. doctor right away." A few cranberries added to applesauce '

assailant, made two Identical wills, leaving "You just try iU"! Doc Joe stood up. Lesson for January 10 when cooking will give it
his money and the King Cole Rancb "Get the men inside," he said. a delightfully new and' interesting
.. ,to Ann Lee and Cole Cody, children of He put one hand on her shoulder, "I'll ahead and have a room flavor.
go ,
his two old cronies, Busty Lee and Buck the other busied with the reins-and Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected -
ready. He went into the hotel. and copyrighted by International +
Cody. Rance Waldron, who claimed relationship Miss Ann Lee slapped his face. Good Council of Religious Education; used by
put In an appearance at the and hard. And his temper blew off The Judge threw away his cigar permissIon.JESUS. If a fruit pie runs out in the
Ranch Just before Old Bill's death. Meanwhile Lord this and reached to his pocket. oven, sprinkle salt over the spilled
girl was
the lid. Lordy,
both Ann Lee (accompanied by the most unreasonable little chit of a "Bad hurt?" he asked, and stoodup. INSTRUCTS A GREAT juice and the oven will not become
her Aunt Jenifer) and Cole Cody were on ,TEACHER filled with smoke.
thing that was ever born to drive a, .
their way to the Ranch by stage coach. *
"Not Peters. The other man An-
During the Journey the stage was held man mad. LESSON TEXT John 3116. When
9 up by bandits. Long Peters, the driver, He yielded to the urge within him dy Jenkins is the other, I'm afraid GOLDEN TEXT-For God so loved the liquid glue has hardenedso
and a passenger, Andy Jenkins, were and caught her hard and fast in the he's in pretty bad shape." His eyes world, that he gave his only begotten Son as to be unfit for use, try soft-
shot, but Jenkins saved the money he circle of his free arm and drew her had followed the departing Doc Joe. that whosoever believeth on him should not ening it with a bit of hot vinegar,
perish, but have everlasting life. John 3:16. little
just a at a time.
was carrying In a carpet bag. astonished body close to him-and "He the doctor?

Now continue with the story. kissed her on the mouth. Good and The Judge nodded and went down Nicodemus came to our Lord

hard. A kiss every bit as emphaticas the steps to watch proceedings and when He was in Jerusalem for the I Use Gay Motifs for

CHAPTER V a slap. to direct. Already the stage doors Passover. Jesus had chosen six of
She gasped and jerked away and were open, folks were getting down. His disciples, had performed His Sprightly Kitchens

And so, at least in so far as Mr scrubbed her mouth with her hand He saw a couple of females, didn't first miracle at Cana, and had madea
William Cole Cody and Miss Anr and then with all her might she pay them any attention. He watched brief visit to Capernaum, after

Lee were concerned, all was well slapped him again! The blow jarred Long Peters descend under his own which He came to Jerusalem for
and the night was filled with beauty. him; after it was over he could feel power. Men standing close lifted the feast.In .

There was little talk between them; the shape of her hand, fingers and little Andy Jenkins out; at first high and holy indignation He

at first just a few words referringto all, etched in fire along his cheek they and the Judge, ,too, thoughthim had driven the money changers out
what had just happened, then si- and jaw. For an instant he sat dead already. He, was carried of the temple. The Pharisees who

lence. The high seat of a lurching rigid. Then again he dragged her into the hotel, Long Peters following.Men looked for the coming of the Mes-

mountain stage is at no time the to him and again he kissed her, andit were asking rapid-fire ques- siah as .a secular conqueror wondered I
ideal spot for any steady flow of was a long kiss, his lips crushinghers tions: Just what had happened? at this new spiritual leader.It .

conversation; further, just now Cole before he would let her go. Where? When? The' two women, was probably as much on their

Cody, driving a team new to him, "I didn't do that for any fun I looking a bit bewildered as so many behalf as his own that Nicodemus
the horses still of a mood to jam get out of it," he told her in a coldir earnest-eager men milled about came to inquire of Jesus.In .

their necks deep into their collars them, clung to each other and looked answering his questions Jesus

and take the bits in their teeth and I for escape. Upon Bert Nevers, reveals the necessity, the nature, II

run away, had his work cut out for I known to many here, fell the duty of and the method of regeneration. The
him-then, too, he had to keep his 'giving a running account of the hold- only entrance into the Christian life

eyes focused watchfully on a road up, and Aunt Jenifer and Ann broke is by the door of the new birth.I. animated
none too good, full of bends and free. The Necessity of Regenerationvv. APPLIQUE dishes are
kinks and spotted with chuck holes Cody didn't look back to see Aunt ( 1-7). idea for a breakfast

and crossed by ridges and hollows, Jenifer and Ann Lee make their way Jesus was not unduly impressedby cloth, especially, when they are
a tricky road by daylight to a man into the hotel lobby. Ann, looking the dignity and high station of used above a colorful plaid border

familiar with it, far worse than that with quick interest in all directions, his visitor, nor by the visitor's cour- and complemented with napkins of
by nightlight to a stranger saw his back; in the swing of his teous acknowledgment of His own the same plaid. Lazy daisy flow-
ers are also used to give interestto
He had buckled the stage driver's stride and in the set of his shouldersand position as a great teacher. With these designs. -

leather belt about him for anchor- even in the way he wore his incisive boldness Jesus declared .
the girl kept a hand locked on hat she read something of the man's that this man, a cultured and distinguished -
Transfer Z952G, 15 cents brings the tea
the iron guard rail at the back of mood. He was still furious; lie was ruler of the Jews must pot, sugar, creamer, cup and saucer and
the seat. But whereas he had to impatient to be done with the, stage be born again if he is to see the the flower motifs. Add suggestion: Enliven

watch the road, she was free to and all it contained, all that it sug- kingdom of God. cottage curtains with a border of
watch him out of the corners of gested to him. She had the swift God is no respecter of persons. dishes. Send your order to:

her eyes. There were times when impression that he was headed This "doctor of divinity" must be

there was a little approving half- i straight for the first saloon and born again, just as was the illiterate Box IGG-W AUNT MARTHA Kansas City, 1\10.

smile on her lips. At times with the meant to wash lot of things out of fisherman. The requirements are Enclose 15. cents for each pattern
swaying of the stagecoach her sleeve his memory with good strong liquor. .the same for all, and the necessityas
desired. ''Pattern No.............
She in this great in one level of society as
brushed his; she was warmly awareof was, quite right. .

the slight contact. She approvedof Young Mr. William Cole Cody felt in another. Name ........................:......

this and the way he walked and not only desolate and down-in-the- The surprising thing is that ,this Address .............................
talked and bore himself. mouth, but mean and ugly. He made teacher of theology could be so ignorant -
something of the Last of the one essential elementof
Unconsciously she drew a 'long, entering
quivering sigh- Chance Saloon; he struck the swing a real spiritual experience. He

And it was just at that moment, door with his shoulder as a man evidently thought he could bring his NOTHING CAN DO
as the stage having rocked througha aswarm through his veins with belligerence soul to eternal life by his own works,

bit of starlit clearing was aboutto might smite an enemy. when in fact he was not able to give MORE
plunge into another of the dark, The half-door flung violently back, himself physical-let alone spirituallife.

forested canyons, that Cole Cody struck a man about to depart and the entire field of aspirin than St.Joseph
put on his brakes and pulled his all but swept him.off his feet. Two reasons are given by our Aspirin. None faster, none safer. The
Lord for the "must" of verse 7: (1) world's largest seller at lOc. Also sold
horses down, and said hastilyhisvoice This and showed his in
man glared economy sizes-36 tablets, 20c; 100
The of God is
sounded curt to her, teeth. Those teeth of his were as kingdom a spiritual tablets, 35c. Demand St. Joseph Aspirin.Crime's .
kingdom, and cannot be entered by
"Look here I You've got to get white as snow, as glistening as a
way of our human nature; and (2)
down and ride inside!" hound's teeth and about
as sharp.He Punishment
"that which is born of the flesh is
"Oh!" she said. She whipped back His slim brown hand ran like the was a small, aged MexicanIndian flesh" and is radically and essentially Crime is not punished as an of-

from him, as far away as the seat flick of a striking snake to his side. Porfirio Lopez by name, a bad. To learn why the flesh is fense against God, but as prejudi-
allowed. She was having such a stranger here in Bald Eagle and, cial to society.-Froude.
bad read Jeremiah 13:23 and Gala-
"It's just the best I knowto
wonderful ride I The wind in her fury. way tonight in no mood at all to be
tians 5:19-21. Scripture on this pointis
slap back little wildcat.
you you knocked around. His slim brown
face, her hat blown back and the diametrically opposed to the 4
And, making sure that she saw, he hand like the flick of
wind in her hair, her lips partly ran a striking teaching of unbelieving men. When
opened to let the cool fresh air scrubbed his lips savagely with the snake to his side-just under his such a difference arises be sure ofthisGod's'Word'is SURVEY SNOWS
in back of his hand ornamental jacket.
stream across them-living only right. Follow it!
the moment, looking less at the And she slapped, him! And, as he And then he saw who it was! II. The Nature of Regenerationvv.
was ,reaching out.for her she let the -
dark world about her than at the "Don Codito! he cried. He ( 8-13)).
glitter of the heavens above. So she carbine slide off her lap and scram- dropped all thoughts of his knife and The new birth is a divine mystery, II I
bled out of the seat and half leaped,
said, "Ohl", an "Oh" like an icicle. caught both Cody's hands in the not fathomable by human reason.
half fell over the wheel to the
He was still slowing his team warm Latin way. "Gracias a Dios! Those who insist that all spiritual
down, not looking at her but'straight Aunt Jenifer's voice called up, Look Senor! Me, all over, I weeshedI truth'be put through the little norm
ahead. was thead! I ask for to thie I of their intelligence will never understand I '
"What's wrong? Why are we stop-
"And tell Bert Nevers I want him ping?" And now! I kees your hands, the it or receive its blessing.The .

up here with me. You can help He took a long breath to steady two!" striking illustration of the life-

your aunt with the two woundedmen. himself, then answered."I "You are drunk, Porfirio," said giving and energizing wind used by -
." Don Codito. "Go to bed." our Lord is most illuminating. Windis
just saw a wildcat- Oh, never Q
What a crude sort of beast he mind! We'll be going right on.' I Porfirio laughed like a coyote. He unseen, but the results of its

:; really was. She no longer felt the want Bert Nevers up here with me. pulled his hair, looked at his hands, movement are evident. Even so the .

cool air against her face; her cheeks Miss Lee will ride inside after this." saw that he had caught some few spiritual rebirth of men is an enigmato _
were burning hot. She bit her lip harsh black strands between his the worldly man, but even he can
and tossed them its results in For Vitamin A & D Dietary Deficiency
before she spoke. Then her voice The two old porch-sitters in frontof lean fingers up- see godly living.
sounded gay and it also sounded the Bald Eagle Hotel smoked and ward. Observe the clarity and simplicityof WANT TO HELP build stamina
quite determined."But sat in a companionably gloomy si- "Boracho, Senor?" That laughterof cur Lord's teaching on what is and resistance to colds? Then try
I prefer to ride outside. It didn't his showed those teeth of his to undoubtedly the, most profound sub- good-tasting: Scott's Emulsion-
lence. They once mention
and still'in his in all the world. Let follow containing the natural A and D vi-
all advantage laughter ject us
was stuffy in, there and I like the Early Bill Cole. But like the Irish- ; -
the world-lowvn
tamins. Look for
wind in my face. I ,was miles away, man's parrot who didn't talk, they there was the snarl of a coyote. His example and always "make the trademark. druggists.
thinking-" did a lot of thinking.It the threat and surrender of a wound. message clear and plain, Christ re-
ed wolf. He said quite simply "Thisis ceiveth sinful men!"
He had the horses at a restless was early dark, a couple of ,
other time Senor Don Co III. The Method of Regenerationvv.
standstill now and turned briefly toward hours after sunset, and fitful music one '
her. blared and died in the saloons-ac- dito, you save my life. We are go- ( 14-16)).
"I've been a fool," he muttered. cordion and music box and some- ing to drink one with the other. You Many there are who ask Nicode- 0

"I wasn't thinking-" where the scraping of an inaccurate will honor me in this little thing, mus' question "How can these

"I've heard that all men are languid fiddle; men went up and, this thing that is so big, Don Co. things be?" (v. 9). The answer is

fools," she said brightly. "Are you down, stopping in small knots now dito?" clear-"Only by faith in the Son of

going to drive on? I am not getting and then for an exchange of old Porfirio began, frank and unbidden God, our Saviour."
down!I" news; everything was quiet yet in all he did, to cry. Just as there was healing and life Honorable Labor

"I tell you, I wasn't thinking! mildly expectant, for it was stage- "Pretty soon," he confessed, "I in a look at the uplifted serpent Labor is in no way disgraceful.

He was urgent, and sounded harsh. day and time now any minute for am going to cry like one babee. The (Num. 21:8), so there, is life for a -Hesiod.
'", His eyes had only flicked at her Long Peters to swing his racing fines' man in this worl', the fines' look at the Crucified One. Faith receives -

then turned ahead again, to the roadentering team into Main Street and pull up man, 'I am a-tellin' you, is sick; he God's perfect provision for

a the deeper dark in the can-' jn front of the hotel in a great billowing is pretty sick." (Only Porfirio said sin.John Use at first LD
yon. "Just because those two high- [ volume of dust. "seek.") "He is goin' to die! Aie! 3:16 may well be regardedas sign of a CO

waymen rode off doesn't necessarilymean The stage came lurching and rock- I jump on top my bes' horse, an' I 'the greatest sentence in the

that they've gone for good. ing around the bend, the four horsesat ride 'n I ride an' I ride, Senor. greatest Book in the world. It pre- TABLETS 466 ,

They may waylay us again. You the run, and pulled up at its usu- You believe me? More than orv sents the whole plan of salvationits 6 6 6 SALVE

mustn't be up here! Let Bert Nev al place. That was because Bert hundred, more than one hundred and source, its ground, .its recipients, COUGH NOSE DROPS D'OPS.Try .
ers come up; if there's any troublehe Nevers had instructed the stranger- twenty-five, more than one hundredand its condition and its result. It also "Rub-My-Tism" Wonderful LIniment

can use Long Peters' ,carbine." driver. Men caught the horses by fifty (feefty) miles, I ride! An' reveals God's love-its "object, d
"I won't do it! I am going to stay the bits; Cole Cody tossed, his reins so, here I am-an' he is already character, manifestation, purpose,
here. Whether you like it or don't far out to right and left, socketedhis .dead!" He put his head down on and the result" (John W. Bradbury).

like it, Mr. Cody, I am staying whip and got down. He ran the bar and let his tears run at This glorious salvation is for all II NEW IDEAS II
men-"whosoever"-but some reject -
here! briskly up the steps and confrontedthe large.
"You'll do nothing of the kind. Judge and Doc Joe. "I'm sorry, Porfirio," he said in it. Notice that God does not

Look here, Miss Lee-" "There are a couple of men in the voice as gentle as his heavy hand. condemn them. Their own evil aDVERTISEMENTS are your bring guide

"I won't look. And I won't go stage who've been hurt," he said Porfirio jerked up his head, tossed works and desires condemn themvv. today's NEWS about the They food you eat you and
down!" crisply. "Where'll I find a doctor?" back his black mane of hair, get- ( 1720)God in His grace is the clothes you wear. And the place to
"I'll make you get down! I'll drag "Who are you? Where's Long Peters ting it cleared away from his burn- ready and willing to save, but men find out about these new things IS right
you off the seat and throw you in- ?" demanded-the Judge. ing black eyes-and began to laugh.TO love "darkness rather than light," in this newspaper.Q .

aide!" "Long Peters is one of the men ( BE CONTINUED) I for their works are evil.

( ii





,;:; .1 The soupfin shark, whose liveris
5tron$-minded people, rich in vitamin A, has brought
prosperity to the Californian townof
sJw' .y.5 trunk La Paz for the first time since

Without their 9uid' .nc.e. PETER the failure of the local pearl industry -
in 1936. .
I'll be lost.I f51i.i1! B. The Nazi occupation of Norwaycut

dcmt mind being t PEEVED amounting off supplies to 72,000,000 of cod pounds liver oil annually ,-

: gove.rne.d thou h from the United States
and the demand for shark liver

As long as I I ,, oil, whose valuable vitamin A
zm never properties were discovered ten
years ago, jumped tremendously.
< t
crossed.. I Factories are being built to ex-
I\\! c."'1i L tract the liver oil. They will also

i 1p extract insulin from the sharks'

pancreas, utilize the devitamin-
ized oil for lubricants and tan the

WNU Features. thick skins into leather.


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The insurance office was rung up Here is an object lesson in the
in the early hours of the morningby delicate art of evasion. But don't = =

a very excited woman who try it, because it doesn't work. :-: The manufacturer or :-:

You find them announced in poured out her frantic story. Bill-Say, do you want a job? :; merchant who advertises ::

the columns of-this paper by ,"I want to insure my house," she Sam-No, I'm working. = makes public the ::
merchants of our communitywho said. "Can I do it over the Bill-I didn't know that. VVhatare :: fact that ho wants your =
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dise or their prices under "I'm afraid not. Perhaps we'd "Yes, sir, thirty years ago all the Sam-Oh, this and that. : that he can keep it ia =
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"The place is on fire." j "Taxes." Sam-Oh, here and there.



-. ..
-- --- .
: are now in the second year of war: course and shall not delay its pro-I l'iOTICI': ,or" ATVM'AI. MEETING I September A, D. 1932.::! has filed samein
OK i.ANnowxnn OKM'GARLAND my office and halt made applica-
COUNT COMMISSION and 'destruction. All of this is gress. ; DRAINAGE DISTRICTNotice tion for a tax deed to be issued
uncalled for. All I, ask is to get a (f) The danger zone will be I -- thereon. Said certificate embraces
the following
,I shot at the Japs. That is why I marked by appropriate ,warning ; ::1Iant to call Is hereby of tin given Board that of Supervisors pur-- the County of Hendry described, State property of Flor-in

HOLDS ORGANIZATION I am taking Aviation Radio. AfterI signs on piles or buoys at the four of Sugarlaiul Drainage Dis- ida, Govt.to-wit:
trict, the annual meeting of the Lot 4, Section 4, Town-
finish my radio course in six- corners.g landowners of Sugarlaml Drainage ship 43 S., Range 29,, E
teen weeks, I get a month of., ( ) These regulations shall be District for the year II t3 will be The assessment of the sad: property
MEETING ON MONDAYHendry I enforced the Commandant U. S. held at the office of said District at under the said certificate ;slued' was
)I! by
aerial gunnery. guess everyone ( Clewiston, Hendry County, Florida, In the name of 1:. H.' Coachman.
knows the duties of a gunner Naval Air Station, Ft.:. Lauderdale Wednesday, January 27. 1943 at Unless .said certificate shall be redeemed -
I Fla., and such agencies as he may ten o'clock A. M., Eastern War Time, according to law, the prop-
whether it is on a plane or on a II ,
County News) I for the purpose of: erty described therein will be sold to
( battleship. designate. 1. Electing one Supervls J fOI'a the highest bidder at the court house
The old board of county com- term of three years. I door on the first Monday In the
| "Give. everyone my regards, and 2. Receiving annual reports and month of February 1943, which is I
missioners held the final meeting I do want to wish you and the Too Late To Classify' taking such action with respect I the Dated 1st day of February 1943. .
I this 31st day of December, I
thereto the landowners determine
of the term Tuesday morning at the News a happy, and prosperious New ;as and 194, f f
Year" 3. such other businessas (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL 1
thouse.and'in the afternoon the .
"Cou Clerk of Circuit Court of ', !
I Sincerely, ',' 'c (Continued from Page.. 4) may .come before, the, meetInff. Hendry County, Florida.
new' board organized and held the I r -J. D. Hooker.. I IJ I guards BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF c No.- 101-Jan. 1, 8, 15. 22.NOTICE ,
first: official meeting. Four old freedom in this land. SUGARLAND DRAINAGE DISTRICT' i iJO
i I I Our .
:members took office for another; By: F. Deane Duff, .'
Upon the mighty Bill ,of Rights President. OF APPLICATION FOR ::
term' and the only change-,.was In' And one of those happy coin-t Secure and firm we stand. Dated January 7, 1943. TAX DECDSenate I
>enaud district where 'A." ;J; Evers cidents occurred Christmas morn, To be published in issues ( Hill No. 163) .
McClenithan Soldier Merrell Lowe and his' Bethlehem shone I
replaced Frank who ing. The Star of ----------------------- ---- -- -- i
was defeated in the 'May"; primary brother-in-law. 'Sailor Art Law- down NOTICE IS., HEREBY GIVEN. That I

after serving four yearS -, rence, happened, to meet each:I On one who gave his life NOTICEThe Ray C.No.Hull 159 holder to 169 of incl.Tax of Certificates 1927, !

Each of the old memb other in Pearl Harbor and had To love arid serve his fellowmen me'm- 190-191 of 1928., 85-86 of 1932 57 of
annual meeting of the
g1ewiston. 1933, 86 of 1926, has filed
same In
Etherton of district i<;/;: Christmas dinner together. Merrell hers of the Clewiston Federal Sav- my office and has made application ,

.J. 'O. Davidson of district: 2, La. has been over there several months And free the earth from strife. held ings in and the Loan office Association of the Associationon will be thereon.for a tax 'deed to be issued i

Belle, George L. Poole of' district and Art ('several days. It was a Wednesday afternoon January
I Although the world is torn 20, 1943, at five o'clock for the Said certificates embrace the -following i
3, LaBelle, and Jim :Maddox of right happy time for both of them. of: purpose described property in the I

district 5, Felda, began _..their sec- again 7; 1. Election of two' directors. County to-wit of Hendry.,. State: of Florida,
office. 'j!"' O.*,iavidson:: 1 1I By men of evil will, 2. Review of the operations of the :
ond term in
Scout Committees Are Christ's Kingdom is invincible, past year. Lots 12 to 16, 21 to 2D, 33 to
was reelected as chairman, William 3. Formulation of plans for the 36. Block 10 Questend: Gov. Lot
Hull will again I His Star is shining still. ensuing year. 2. Sec. 5, Twp. 43 S., Rge. 29'E.
T. serve as Named For New Year 4. Transacting such other busi- The assessment of the said prop '
.secretary, while H. A. Rider continues -i Within the folded card was reproduced ness as may properly come before erty under the said certificates issued.
'the meeting. was in the mime of Unknown. (
: as attorney for the board. i a vivid interpretation of I I W. C. OWEN, Unless said certificates shall be redeemed '
W. T. Nettles of Gainesville of J. M. Couse, district chairmanof .Secietafy. accord; to law, the prop _'
the state agricultural extension the "Bill of Rights" as written bya January _8-15, 1943. erty described therein will be sold
the. Glades-Hendry Boy Scout Patricia Mc- to the highest bidder at the court-
:service, addressed the old board District, announces the appointment 14-year-old girl, house door on the first Monday in
with reference to retaining a Caffrey. Her simple but clear para- NOTICE OF APPLICATION. TOIl the month of February; 1943, which.
of the following com TAX DEED is the 1st day of February. 1943.
county agent, especially for the duration mittee chairmen for 1943: phrase must surely come from Divine (Senate Hill >o. 1C::) Dated this 31st day of. December
inspiration, for she wrote: 1942.
when agriculture plays sucha
Organization and Extension, R. (SEAL) ,WILLIAM T. HULL.
vital part in the war effort. A M. Harris LaBelle Leadershiptraining "The "instant I was born there NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,' ThatC. Clerk of Circuit Court of
month the commissioners votedto I ; stood around me ten guardians of L. Couch, holder of Tax Certificate Hendry County, Florida.
ago M. M. Prewitt, Clewiston -! No. 137, issued the 5th day of No. 162:!-Jan. .1, 8, 15, 22.
Ilny i future. They came a long way
dispense wtih the services of ; Camping and Activities, L.
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a county ,agent effective as of Jan. E. Farnam: Moore Haven; Health "'-: through pain and suffering per-

1, in a 'move to cut expenses. The I secution intolerance and the dark, .
and Safety, I. S. Bell, Jr., Clewis- --- JJJ _
new board later, in a 3 to 2 roll ton; Advancement, W: 'C. Owen, grim battlefield of tyranny: But
call vote, agreed to keep Mr. Ward I they were present because they had
Clewiston; Finance, R. 'N. Miller,
:another month and meantime com- decreed that this child, the Amer- Help America's Air Force --- -
LaBelle; Cubbing, Keathley Bow-
:missioners Maddox and Etherton ican. had the rights' to go forth
den, Clewiston; Inter-racial, G. H., toVictoryBuyWarBorids: :
'who voted against the move, will Small Clewiston Rural Scouting, into 'the world a free, selfrespecting .
; : : ) l+wi IkllliW/AJMN7C:d9i.a.:
acquaint' themselves with detailsof M. C. Allen, Felda; Senior Scout- God-fearing_ individual. :

the office and duties of the ing (such as Sea 'SCouts) 'V."r.. "The BILL OF RIGHTS is the I

agent so that they may know bet- Perry, Clewiston.C. name given to these ten guardians, .

ter how to vote in the February !i H. Berner of / Clewiston is and to me they represent the life

Tegular meeting on' keeping the office district vice-chairman and Den- blood of the American way of life I t

: open. '. I nis Small, LaBelle, is District -the ,heart of Democracy.. K rw i, .yy i 1I

Mr. Ward previously agreed fo Commissioner. \ "What is the BILL OF RIGHTS? I

'remain another month if requested I Why, it is the privacy of the home

or until he is called to take 'up his Kiwanis- .ill which I live. It is the streetsin
.duties in another field for whichhe which I walk and the parks in

has contracted. Mr. Nettles told which I play. It is the school whichI

the board that he thought it possible (Continued from Page 1) choose to attend, the people I

to secure another agent to morning for Camp Blanding to be like or dislike-praise or criticize.It PHOTOGRAPH ,t y. I I '

'succeed. Mr. Ward if the office continues examined for induction into the U. is the newspaper I read, the U AIR, 6.CORPS ARMY f ; o' I l

to function. S. Army, also made a brief talk. men and the measures" I will be ableto n I :,

The salary of Clerk Hull was Visitors at the meeting 'Included vote for or. against, the callingI

again set at $200 a month, and Mrs. J. N. Montgomery, Mrs. wish to follow, the equality of BIG AND POWERFUL !

John L. Hall, county supervisor of .A. W. Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. N. opportunity which stretches out I

registration, will continue to receive V. S. Mumford, Mr. and Mrs. H. ,A.I' before us all and the manner in Your savings account can be big and

$40 a month. Bay Danielswas Bestor, Mrs. R. M. Bishop, Mr. and which each of us chooses to wor- I

employed as bridge tender at Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. W. C. ship our God. ". powerful I'to.o.thru smallregular ,
Fort Denaud upon recommendation Owen, Mrs. Lin O'Bannon, Mrs. A "All these things and many more j I

'of Commissioner Evers at, a salary O. Ward, Mrs. G:: H. Small, Mrs. form the. BILL OF RIGHTS. They savings. $1 l or more e

of $50 a month, effective Jan. 1. W. N. Martin; Mr. and Mrs. S. L. are all parts of the whole. Destroy I

Daniels will replace Fait Ballard Crochet, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dilley, one and you destroy them all. opens your savings account "

who gave up the job on that date. Mr. and. Mrs. E. 'E. Kelly, Mrs. J. With them you have the dignity i I

County Judge R. M. Harris will in -Beardsley, Mrs. J. W. Beardsley,'I which is man. Without them you.

the future receive $5 a month to Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Case, Mr. and have a hollow pretense 'called thE Start The New Year I II

act as, juvenile judge instead'of Mrs. I. S. Bell, 'Jr., Mrs. R. C. state. Right

$30 as was the pay last year. Wilson, Mrs. A. W., Sias, Mrs. G. H. "With them you have the power I

The all day session included< se- Brown, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, 'Mrs.I to dream great dreams and make 1I

'lecting names to fill the jury box Hub Spooner, Mrs. C. A. Martinez, dreams come true. Without them I

for the year for both spring and Mrs. Glen Etherton, Jay W. Moran you have only the ashes of ignor- I I

fall terms of circuit court. and Bernard Leiter. ance and slavery." VIVCfI I II

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