The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 15, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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$8,000 AUTHORIZEDFOR i Patterson Gets Life I I PARALYSIS FUND IS I 1 LaBelle Scouts Win1942Council I MEETING OF VOTERS'

Membership In ASCE'' Award:'


n,. V. Patterson received this Troop 20, of LaBelle, was winnerof

IN DISTON ISLANDAt week a life membership in the E. STEWART the 1942 Walter N. Munroe FOR( NEXT FRIDAY
American Society of Civil En- Troop Efficiency Award, it was

gineers in token of his having been announced yesterday by the head-

a hearing held in Moore Haven a member of that organization for Elbert L. Stewart of Clewistonhas quarters of the Sunny Land Council C. H. Berner, chairman of the

Saturday afternoon before Cir: the past thirty-five years. I been appointed chairman for Clewiston Voters' League, stated
cuit, Judge Geo. W. Whitehurst at- The certificate of life membershipwas Hendry County for the celebration This award is made available by this morning that a meeting ,wouldbe
,officials and land- dated January 1 and was1'I President Munroe of the ,Sunny
tended by many of the President's birthday, Jan. held in the school auditoriumnext
owners, o fDiston Island Drainage signed by E. B., Black, president of,; :31:: it was announced bPaul E. Land Council, for units'meeting Friday night at eight o'clockfor '
board of supervisors of the organization. definite objectives in the form of
District, the
Reinhold of Jacksonville Florida, l the purpose of perfecting th .
the district was authorized by the' Mr. Patterson is now vlce-Pl'esi-l state chairman. The appointmenthas I advancement, war service projects, organization and establishing a

court to borrow up to $8,000 for dent in charge of transportation for been confirmed by Governor Scout activities, membership growth, permanent program and he is urging

1 maintenance work in the district I'' the United States Sugar Corporation, Holland, honorary chairman of the activity of operating committees, that every voter of the Clew-

until April of 1944. I I is a supervisor of the Diston Island I infantile paralysis campaign. etc., iston district attend this meeting.
The award is In the form of
It was also agreed that the time ,Drainage District and'the South This is the tenth year the Presi- a Pledge slips were given out several -
red, white and blue streamer at-
is now right to enforce delinquent Florida Conservancy District and is I dent's birthday has been used as weeks, ago to be signed by vot-
tax liens by selling those lands on a lieutenant-colonel on the staff of I a medium for raising funds neces- tractively lettered in gold, to be ers' of the district and without any

which drainage taxes are delin- Governor Spessard L. Holland. sary for carrying on the nation-wide attached to the troop's flagpole. great ''amount of work being done
quent. Some expressed themselvesas campaign against infantile paralysis, by anyone in contacting these vot-

favoring sales by receivers Our Boys; In The and President Roosevelt has issueda Drainage District ers Mr. Berner said that four hundred -

r 'through court foreclosure and others public appeal asking that therebe ,cards had now been signed

of the' method where the supervisors Service Need 'You no interruption this year on ac- 'Refunding UpheldBy which he felt represented the feeling

conduct the ,sales, after ad- count ,of the war in the fight of at least seven hundred vot-

vertising, with cooperation of receivers. To Serve Here 'against this dread disease. We U. S. Court ers. At the meeting Friday nighthe

.S.. I must be prepared for any epidemic expects to zone the area and
i I j'
..' 'A provision in the use of bor- J !' which may threaten now and: we assign workers for each of these
rowed money for maintenance was Mrs. F.' Deane Duff, production'I must make the future secure.- The 'United States circuit courtof zones so that everyone will havean

that no such funds should tie used chairman of 'the local American Red!I Fifty per cent of ,all funds raised appeals in New, Orleans Monday o_ pportunity to sign up. Only

for cleaning. lateral ditches. Cross chapter, this week makes this I is retained by the. local, chapter approved a plan for composition of four people out of two hundred he
Another meeting of supervisorswill announcement and plea: for' home use and the remaining debts of the Everglades Drainage had contacted personally, Mr.' Berner -

be held on Friday: of next Olive drab wool arrived on Monday -I fifty per cent goes ,to the National 1 District under the bankruptcy act I said, had refused, for any rea-

_'J week at the office of the secretary, to be made up into sleeveless Foundation to be expended in its thus ,'upholding a similar action I son whatever, to sign the pledge.

J. M. Couse, in Moore Haven. sweaters for ,the, boys in OUR U. S. nation-wide campaign. taken in the Miami division of the Postcards have been mailed out

The hearing Saturday, did not enter -] Army. This is a RUSH: ORDERand southern Florida district court. to several hundred voters of the

.,-; '. into a discussion of the use of knitters are, needed.On It is understood that this, appealis area inviting their attendance af
:/" bonds for the payment of taxes, this hand also, cut and ready to LIST OF DONORS IN the New Orleans court is next to the coining meeting and others have

having been stopped by the courtat give out, are 95 operating gowns, the last step possible for creditorsto been contacted but \ Berner wishes -

a recent hearing. destined for use on ,the battle field. take who were dissatisfied with to make it clear that every voteris

Among, those attending the hear- These are needed also, and women SEAL CAMPAIGN IS the settlement under the refunding urged to attend whether' he has

ing were the two receivers J. E. who can sew are urged to come in, plan. It is not considered likely received an invitation or not.
i .Beardsley bf Clewiston and J. M. get garments and take them hometo that it will be taken to the 'Su One of the main objectives of the

Couse of Moore Haven, the supervisors work on.' GIVEN CHAIRMAN preme Court league, Mr.' Berner states, is to

,, J. E. Frierson and Glen H. Under: the production! work comes The action' ,was taken on an appeal formulate a plan, for redistrictingthe

Williams of Moore Haven, and R. also another appeal for workers for The following is a list of Flor=: by H.V.. Kelley and other county to give Clewiston area a
Y. Patterson of Clewiston, Herbert the surgical dressing room. This is ida Tuberculosis and Health Association objecting creditors from an inter- better ,representation on the boardof

Sawyer of Miami, attorney for the vitally important work,-very ne- 1942 Seal sale receipts for locutory decree confirming the plan county commissioners. A com-
United States Sugar Corporation cessary but not difficult and every for composition on the grounds thatit mittee will likely be appointed to
Hendry County to January 12,
W C. Owen of Clewiston, .rep- woman in Clewiston vicinity is ,cordially 1943: was neither fair nor equitable.The make an appeal for such redistricting -

-. Tesenting the Clewiston Realty and invited and urged" to. come ,Mr. and Mrs. 0._ A. Anderson, appellate court held that the straight to the ,county commis
." Development Corporation and, a in and help: out. plan classification of indebtedness sion.
,' $2.00 ; Mr. and Mrs. J.: E. Beardsley, .
.number of landowners of the -'clistrlct. -I Mrs. W. H, Lanier 'is chairmanof $2.00; 'Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Bell, Sr, "does not discriminate, as --
', ." r' surgical dressing production and appellants allege, unfairly in favorof ,American Legion:
', '" $1.00; Mr. and Mrs. I. S; Bell: Jr., ;
>' '" Mrs. E. L. Stewart,. co-chairman. 1.00; Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Benbow, unsecured indebtedness.
11 L; ( Instructor's Course ., I ,Knitting{, and 'sewing-' i ':can be' got- $2.00; Mr. and Mrs.A; Bestow,' The .opinion said that at the time ,Hears Reportr'From. '
the 'filed June '13 1941,
petition ,
: : ten, at the, surgical: 'd1'e s.ing room,. 2.00; Mr.' and :Mrs. C. H. Berner, was I.
:4t;,,' : : ', the"district had 'bee jn default for -
idv\Yffl and anyone concer'ning 1hsl: { ? Xmas'
In First' % : $2.00 ; Mr. and \ W. Bigg, :Committee
one'will more than 10 yeafs with total indebtedness -
either find
,$2.00; Mr. and Mrs. R M. Bishop,
Start On ,Monday there to help them out. '$2.00; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bolton, of $1588066431. '

i Remember, NOW everything that $2.09J; Dr. and Mrs. B. A, Bourne, Under the plan for composition _At the regular monthly meeting
the Clewiston Chapter ,AmericanRed ,$2.00} Mr. ,and ,Mrs. Shirley Bowden -' the: insolvent district is' to provide I' o( Clewiston,, American Legion Postat
Despite the fact that the course Cross is doing is for our ovnboys $5.00; Mr. and Mrs. K. Bow- $400,000 cash from its funds and the Inn Tuesday night AdjutantF.

In advanced first aid being given and our own disaster victimsor :den, '$2.00; Mr. and Mrs. A. R. revenues 'and use; an additional i' ., ,E. Conkling gave a report for
here this week by W. M. Brad evacuees. Clew1 ton people 'havebeen" Brink, $1.00;'' Clewiston Laundry, $5,660,000 as a loan ,from the toe Christmas committee which
,',' nack ha been. rather poorly attend- Reconstruction Finance Corp. i in showed that more than $240 was
doing their big share' in the Inc.; $2.00; R. L. Coker, Jr., $2.00;
-t>4 it is expected that some thirty paying its debts.TLeonard f collected for use at that time.
past three years. Now our chapter Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Cornette, $2,00; I t
advanced students will be on hand I The report showed that more
job is bigger and we need 'every- Mi, and Mis. F. E. Conkling $2.00;
... Monday evening when Harry K. one to' do at least a little work. Mr. and' Mrs. S, L. Crochet, $2.00 ; Returning Kenning begins his Red Cross, in: i were sent to camps in thiscountry
The Red Cross: hours are as follows Mis. H. 'L. DeLaney, $1.00; Mi. and
structor's course., I : Mrs. W. E. Dilley, 2.00; M. C. Here As Golf Pro for service men from Hen-
The course is a ten-hour course and sixty-five car
< dry County some
Monday afternoons 130500. Doke; $1.00 ; Mr. and Mrs. J. R. "
and will last through Friday night sent Grateful
tons were overseas.
Tuesday afternoons 1:30-5:00.: Doty, $1.00; Mr. and Mrs. C. L. \
and all advanced first aid students: of the of
E. E. Leonard who-was here last acknowledgement
Tuesday evenings 730930. Downs! $2.00; Mr. and Mrs. F. D. ,
are urged to take it. those many of these received from
Only were
Friday afternoons 130500. Duff, $2.00; Mr. and Mrs. Foy Dur-: winter as golf pro at the Clewiston -
who are certificated as instructors j Friday evenings 7:309:30.Immunization rence, $2.00'11'; and Mrs., G. ,E. course, is expected to arrive I. the men. It was also disclosed that
through such a course as this are Etherton. $2.00; Dr. and Mrs. J. here today from Wisconsin where he i some seven or eight baskets of food
: permitted to teach standard first aid and sent to needy
W. Ezelle, $2.00; Miss Juanita is located in the summer and toj I were
: ,: and lack of instructors has hereto- ,For '' Mr.\ take golf here for the families on Christmas and that the
Fitzhugh, $1.00; and Mrs. C. over as pro
fore been a big handicap in, teaching W. Fuller, $1.00. remainder of the winter. I Legion supervised the distributionof
l first aid to all citizens. Typhoid Is BegunDr. Mr. 'and Mrs., Fletcher Gardner, Although transportation is now toys donated under, the, ,Kiwanis

Mr. Kenning, who is field rep- $1.00; Mr. and Mrs R. G. George, a major problem in getting back ,I program.W. .
resentative, for the American Red C. Owen and Mr. Conkling
Paul Coughlin: TJ. S. Public $2.00; Mr. and Mrs. Gratton and forth'to the course many are
Cross in First Aid, Accident Pre- reported on Boy Scout work and on
Health officer, who has been con- George, $2.00; Coleman Hall, $2.00; still managing to get there to play
vention and Water Safety, Is recog- and it Is hoped that. some solutionto I ,the recent district meeting in 'Moore
ducting an immunization clinic for Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Hendry, 2.00;
nized most able instructor and 'Haven. announced that Wm.
as a They
school children and pre-school chil- Mr.atfd Mrs. Arch Hodges, $2:00: ; this problem may soon be worked -;,
his classes to be interest Reid employed at Riddle Field,
are now
sure said to be in
dren each Friday morning at the Mr. and Mrs. I. R. .Holland $2.00; out. are
ing to all who are privileged to take had been secured for a Scoutmaster.Carl .
school here has now begun, giving Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hull, $2.00; excellent condition.
the Berner reported on the progress -
course. typhoid shots and is carrying on Mr. and Mrs., F. E. Hunsiker, $2.00;
I LaBelle is said to be sending a of the Cub Scouts and said
with hookworm tests. ::1\11'. and Mrs. Carl E. Johnson, Deadline For Ration
class of fourteen here for the course the chief difficulty was in holding
The immunization program for $2.00; Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Jones, I
and Moore Haven has not yet reported the interest of the parents. As the
diptheria and smallpox was con- $2.00; Mr. and Mrs. T. H.. Jones, Book Is ExplainedMany
Cub requires the parents to
cluded before Christmas. $2.00 ; Mr. and Mrs. 0. A' Jones, I program
it is that
participate necessary
,: / It is pointed out that'the parents'' $2.00; Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly, very
Six Of Inductees Are consent is secured before -any: of the $2.00; Mr. and Mrs. John J. Kettl, people have ''been confused Ithe I parents cooperate and he asked
that member what he could
tests or vaccinations are performedbut $2.00; Mr. and'Mrs.. W. D. King. this week regarding the deadlineon every
I to interest in this pro
Accepted At Blanding it is hoped that every parent $2.00; Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Knight, the securing of War Ration an

: who has a child in school will cooperate $1.00; LaBelle Motor Co., $2.00; Bood No. 1. This deadline was set I gram.

by giving this consent and :Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lanier, $2.00; for today, January 15, and many I
The local Selective Service Office by taking advantage of these' Mr. and 1Irs.V.._ I. Lawson, $2.00; thought that it meant that they I Kiwanis EducationCommittee
announced this week that of clinics.Dr. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Should have War ,Ration Book 2 by

the group of inductees sent last E. F. ,Hoffman of the Bureau $2.00; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Larsen,. this date I Program
week to Camp Blanding to be examined of Epidemiology, was here Wednesday $2.00; Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Lott, This deadline only applied to

for induction into the'serv- and discussed a plan for carry- $2.00; Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Lofton, those who never were issued a book ,-
ice, six were accepted and four were ing on these immunization clinics $1.0011\11'; and Mrs. John A. Lucca, for sugar and Coffee, War Ration Dr. J. W. Ezelle had charge of

rejected. throughout the year for both adults $2.00. I Book 2 will ,be issued in February the Kiwanis Education program at
Hub Spooner, manager of Hub and children. The government is -Mr. and Mrs. H. ,H. McCall, $2.00; I but a new registration will likely the regular weekly meeting Wednes-

'Chevrolet Company and vicepresident : -, cooperating in this program by pay- Mr. and Mrs., J. A. McGehee, $2.00; be required before they are issued. day' evening at the Inn in the placeof '
of the Kiwanis Club was one ing half of the costs and he figures Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McLendon I A. W. Sias who was absent be-

of those accepted. Others were that Hendry County by the expenditure $2.00; Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Martinez, PADGETT ACCEPTS JOB cause of illness. '
.. Homer Cox, James Fletcher, and of $250 a year to' match $1.00 ; Miss Mary Markette. ,$2.00; I TEACHING AGRICULTURE I Portions of the club by-laws were

Felix Bush of Clewiston and Fred similar federal amount would a\\ Mr. and Mrs. 'W. N. Martin, $2.00; I read and the more important parts.

Taylor and James Fletcher of LaTJelle. able to secure a one hour clinic each Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills, $2.00; Dan Padgett, proprietor of Art's were explained to the members

week. both here and in LaBelle, for Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Miller, $2.00; Soda Shoppe, who was rejected last There was also a discussion of ,gen-
A .S Rejected were Lacy Polk of Moore this immunization work. Dr. Hoff- Rev and Mrs. John A. Montgomery -I 'week for army service, stated this eral Kiwanis objectives.Glen .

Haven- Dan Padgett of Clewistonand man planned to talk to county officials l, $2.00; Mrs. J. W. Moore, 1.00; morning that he had accepted a po- E. Etherton was elected
.,- Melvln Ballard and Gordon L in LaBelle en route to Im- A. L. Moon, $1.00Jay W. Moran, sition as vocational agriculture :vice-president of the club to succeed -
Hand of LaBelle. mokalee. I $5.00; Mr. and Mrs. Nick V. S. teacher in the Fort Lauderdale Hub Spooner who entered the

The board also disclosed, that Mumford, $1.00; Mr. and Mrs. C. school and would begin work there service this week. .
only twenty-one eighteen year olds I' More than 300,000 pints of strawberries -I! E. Nall, $2.00; Mrs. W. F. Nail, Monday week. I J. E. Beardsley, district ,lieutenant

"": were registered in December in the have rolled through the $1.00; Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Nail. His drug store ,will be managedby governor, reported to the club
J Sixth Registration. Youths now State Farmers' Market at Plant Cityso Sr., $2.00; Mr. and Mrs.. Paul O'- Miss Lela Brannan who since the his observations from visits to other
coming; eighteen will register on far this: season, with a returnto Bannon, $2.00; Mr. and Mrs. H. J. opening of Riddle Field, has been clubs in the district dining the past

thr birthday or on the following, growers of approximately $50- Oglesby $2.00; Mr. and Mrs. W, manager of the canteen there. Miss week. ,
dajif the birthday falls on Sunday 000, market manager: R. -E, Johnson C. Owen, $2.00 ; Mr. and Mrs. Brannan will take charge Monday E. J. Smith and Jimmy ,Johnson
'; or a legal holiday., reports. (Continued on Page 10) 1 morning. were visitors at the meeting.THECLEWISTQN .




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f1U1UDIMIOi1l I Schooling SubmarinersSubmarine II UNIFORM IMPROVED INTERNATIONAL Gems of Thought

I NEVER to tire, never to grow
-SUNDAY ; to be patient, sym-
IMRRG vQIOR work is unglamorous dangerous and hard, but pathetic, tender; to look for the

there is never any lack of volunteers to man the "pig boats" that By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. budding flower and the opening
W EA ON are giving such a grand account of themselves in the world's Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago heart; to hope always; like
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) God to love
always-this is
seven seas. Underseas sailors must be given highly specialized duty.-H. F. Amiel.

training before they even set foot aboard a submarine. At the
the end
Attempt and
Lesson for January 17 never stand in
D. C. U. S. navy submarine school in New London, Conn., they are doubt;

LORD HALIFAX ENTERTAINSDignified given this training. The school teaches the, men not only the Lesson subjects and Scripture texts !Beected Nothing so hard but search will findit
Viscount Halifax British / and by InternationalCouncil out.-HERRICK.
of underseas craft and her but also the education used
operations an weapons of Religious ; by
ambassador and former foreign permission. Though we travel the world
minister of Great Britain, was en- technique of escape from disabled craft on the ocean floor. These over to find the beautiful, we

tertaining at dinner at the British photos show various phases in the training of Uncle Sam's under-, JESUS WINNING SOULS must carry it with us or we find

embassy. The time had come for water sailors. it not.Emerson.The .
his guests to go into dinner, but they LESSON TEXT-John 42742. wiser and stronger
in ____.._ .... GOLDEN TEXT-He that reapeth recelv.
busily engaged conversa- nnmu .m.U..m.
were so eth wages, and gathereth fruit unto life eter. grow, the more we feel how in-
tion that it was difficult for the.. nal.-John 4:36. dispensable and helpful is soli-
ambassador to attract their atten- tude.-J. L. Spalding.

tion. Man's need is the same whereverand
"How shall we do this?" he appealed whoever he may be. The Christ

to delightful Mrs. Thurman fii; who met the need of the distin- .
Arnold, wife of the justice depart- ? ,.: 2,:w5j.i. 'i 'Jf /.f guished religious leader Nicodemusdid I '
ment's famous trust-buster. !;.; iii Y +;. "Y,c;!, the same for the poor sinful AND
"Down in Missouri where I come woman of Samaria.The M2T
from she suggested, "we sing incident at 'Jacob's well in PETROLEUM JELLY

out, 'Come and get it!' Sychar took place when Jesus, leaving
So his lordship sang out to his Jerusalem because of increas-

assembled guests: ing hindrance to His work, went up Dewey's Fleet
."Come and get ft1"! to Galilee. Unlike His Jewish brethren The entire fleet of Admiral
Dewey in Manila bay in 1898 had a
who detoured around the landof
TRUMAN COMMITTEE'FIGHT the hated "half-breed" Samaritans tonnage less than that of the single

A hot fight is shaping up in the He "must needs go through battleship North Carolina of our
senate over continuation of the Tru- 'L fleet today.
jrP L Samaria, for there was a sin-sick .
man committee. % soul that needed Him.
Friends of Jesse Jones, WPB
1 Our lesson abounds with instruc-
boss Donald Nelson and others who 11 & A. VEGETABLE
the committee car > principle in
have been criticized by .. 4t andginopractlce here
have quietly been lining up sup- find 'Jesus: Laxative
port in the senate to force a termi- I
nation of the Truman investigationafter I. Winning a Soul-Winner (vv. 27- For Headache,

the next session of congress ,5. ., + 30). k AMC 4 Sour Stomach
convenes. a f The faithful and kindly ministryof !, and Dizzy

Enemies of the committee thought Christ led the woman to faith in i Spells when

they won a great victory when the a h. Him as the Messiah. She left her .!1 caused by Con-

senate voted, two days before ad- water pot and ran at once into the stipation.directed.Use

journment, to abolish all of its in- city to share her new-found joy with only 15 doses as for

vestigating committees on January everyone .she, knew.
Picture at shows submarine only 10 cents.
31, 1943. top Since the first expression of spiritual

However, far-sighted Senator Scott students working with, the Momsen life is testimony, the one whc HW I

Lucas of Illinois, chairman of the lung in the 100-foot tank at the brings a sinner to Christ not only jf"r --V5 *TC'*?rV>' fciim ? <

senate audit and control,,committee, I navy submarine school. Guided by saves a soul, but also wins a workerfor ABVE; POWDEBMystery
who handled this legislation, agreed Christ. One fears that we often
the attached to a large cork
privately with Senator Harry S. Tru= rope assume that winning men to Christ
man of Missouri that his committeewill float, the students rise slowly from is enough. We should expect that Spring

get more funds. the 100-foot level in about two min- the new light should shine forth into The Blue Hole of Castalia is

Furthermore, one of the first utes, breathing naturally on the way .. the darkness.So Ohio's mystery spring. The wateris
things the Truman probers will ex- t we have a two-fold reason fox always'at the same level, and
becoming accus-
amine when the '"text congress con- up } .; a..'. 'qa ;. soul-winning; saving a soul from the temperature never changes.
venes will be the administration and tomed to lessening pressure. Lung I ; perdition, and setting a life on fire

necessity of nation-wide gasoline ra- is named for Commander C. B. for testimony. It's a great business.

tioning. Momsen, USN, who invented it. 3 : Why don't we do more of it? xYOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROMN
,i :
Right: Here you see a class in I i II. Instructing Soul-Winners (vv.
session. There is no inattention, in 31-38). HOT flASHESIt
hasn't been announcedyet
officially This work of soul-winning requires
but when Madame Chiang Kai- classes here, for a little thing un- 11 a sustaining grace which this world you suffer from hot flashes,dizziness -

shek, "Generalissimistress of China"emerges learned may mean the student's life cannot give. Jesus by His own example distress of "Irregularities", are
from the hospital, she plansto later on. I showed His disciples how that weak, nervous, Irritable, blue at
_...... times-due to the functional
come to Washington and camp at strength conies from above. "middle-age" period'In a woman's
the White House' until she has per- He who had.seated< Himself at the life-try Lydia E. Flnkham's Vege-
,suaded FDR to the ammuni- table Compound-the best-known
pass well, tired and hungry, to await the medicine that's
you can buy today
tion.Madame i L return of the disciples with food, had made especially for women.
Chiang is a very per- been refreshed in the doing of theFather's Plnkham's Compound has helped
suasive person. She combines ori- rft Y + tf. thousands upon thousands of women -
will-in this
D JQ2Cii h ; reaching fort to relieve such annoying symp-
.ental charm with a Wellesley edu- __'n _n_ .... lorn woman. toms. Follow label directions.Pink-
cation. Unquestionably she will be- There is another thing these soul* ham's Compound Is worth trying
Technique of from a dis-
come China's "ambassadorineffect"in escape winners needed to learn-even as
Washington. Already Chinese abled submarine is the same as div- we need to learn and re-learn it-

Ambassador Weiis wondering ing up. In circle at left an instructor that the time to win souls is now. Digging Up

whether he or Madame Chiang real- '- sees that the adjustment of the How prone the human being is to After pleasant scratching comes
ly represents the Chinese government smarting.
procrastinate. Tomorrow-next Sun. unpleasant ,
Momsen lung on one of students.
week will to
day-next we speak a
But while there 'may be some is correct, as the man prepares to someone about his spiritual need.

doubt on that, there is absolutely no enter tower for ''100-foot rise. Next year we will give more liber Use

doubt that China wants more planes ally for missions, or for the workof sign atfirdC' OLD
and wants them quickly. This time, BELL DESCENT... soul-winning in our local church.
it is not the appeal of a desperate 6&6,
Submarine studentsand But "look on the fields. Do you
people, but of a people ready to take TABLETS,
not see "that they are ripe already
the offensive. Chinese'military ex- instructor (left) unto harvest"? 666 NOSE SALVE DROPS

perts declare that they could do about to descend to the Again, soul-winners need to re- COUGH DROP.Try .

more damage to Japan with one 12-foot level in an member our Lord's words in verses "Rub-My-Tism"-a Wonderful LIniment

plane than British and Americans open-bottom divingbell. 36-38. Not only the reapers receivethe .
could do with
two in the Solomons
or the East Indies. From ..this level and reward those ,who but labor also those in order who thai sow Get Your War Bonds 1 f

Reason is that they can they tvill rise to the '
the harvest may come The man "ATo Ax the Axis
the in great numbers for all Help "
enemy surface with their who plows is just a's important as
(eastern China occupied by Japan,
Momsen lungs. Descentis the one who reaps-perhaps some
whereas her forces in the Pacificare
increased would say more important. Some ol
scattered from island gradually
to island.
called to be God's
us who are plow.
Immediate objective of, the Chinese until the 100-foot levelis
men should remember that and be the
r drive-if they are allowed to attained. encouraged in our labors. Buys you
make it-will be Hankow.
Below: This baffling Like the perfect leader that He
Madame Chiang will that
argue Jesus did not require of His
of wheels, valves was,
capture of Hankow would disorganize array
did not do Him-
what He
i the entire transportation system and gauges is in the tor- disciples
self. So we find Him again in the 1'SHAV
i by which the Japanese ship supplies pedo room. Man kneel- work of evangelism. He practiced
% ,"
I overland to Indo-China and Burma.
ing is at the torpedo what He preached.III. + aharper b< 1944 Is Too .Late. they'ro one-.
third thlnoer.DOU8LE
Madame, Chiang also has another d'" tubes. Man with ear- Practicing Soul-Winning (vv OR

powerful argument_ up her sleeve- h phones is getting orders 39-42)). v SINGLE EDGE

; that 1944 will be too late. The sched- from the control room.aAt.im.Z4in There is real danger that those oj 4forlOCManufactured
ule now: adopted by the United Na- us who have a measure of leadership

tions high command to knock off Hit- """""'O_"" ..-.y' ywy9. in the church may be quick-ta and guaranteed by
ler first and then turn on Hirohito in tell others what they ought to do- FEDERAL lAZaR BLADE CO., NEW YORKAnother

1944, is regarded by the Chinese as and not do it ourselves. This ii

a dangerous and unsound strategy. 4 .v particularly true in this matter o*

Month by month, the Japanese are r.. soulwinning.The .
consolidating. They are bringing I disciples had ,been to town lob

together the rubber, tin, and oil for bread. One wonders whethel
of the East Indies, with the iron and they had talked to the store-keepei Open for Women

coal of north China, and welding an about Christ.. Have-you? -
industrial system which will be ableto k Jesus did not theorize about it- (as well as men)

run indefinitely. No longer will He really sought men for God. Th WOMEN can probably do this Job
scrap iron be necessary from' the testimony of the woman He had wor anyhow because it is tao
who raise most
outside world.If sent a host of people out from thi women of the chicks.of America
given time He" to them the word o!
Chiang will city. spoke We will pay $1.50 per 100 to women
argue, the Japs will complete the ; life and they believed. (or men, glad to have them too) who ,
gaps in the rail lines between This was evidently "group evan take orders for our Insured Chicks.We
Singa will insure 90% of every order for 6 -I
pore and China, and thus have an r'i gelism" as distinguished from th full weeks against death from any cause J, ,
overland transportation route; safe "personal evangelism" which woi whatsoever.It makes a real selling livabilityof ad-

from submarines. Then no matter y+ .h .. 'L.r. the woman. They are both important vantage our sturdy emphasizes chicks.extreme

how strong the British and American and belong together. Some ar You and your neighbors probably order
navies, they will be no more ableto saying that the days of group evan chicks anyhow.Getthe facts.Make and
dent Jap supply lines than the gelism are gone. We doubt that, bu save breeds.some Competitive money. Choice prices.12 Pullorum leading i

Japs can. dent our communications y .1 ..y>6 certainly the days of personal evan tested. Rigidly culled.lAnd the' best
between San Francisco and New gelism are always here. Let us bi R. O.P.bloodline. i
York. busy about'that kind of soul-winninj Send postal today for complete detail

That roughly is the powerful argu- -and God may so bless that we wil JIM PARKER'S FARMS & HATCHERYDept. '-I

ment Madame Chiang Kai-shek will have a real revival. Are you read .123 Mroa IllinoisWashington ;

make. ,.,. tv' it?
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Puncher Smith Was an ?MMMMhO hMMMMMMhMMhtt hhMhMMhhMMMhhMMhhht

I Optimist to the Bitter EndIn .?? #'1 Sll( ME ? A quiz with answers offering ?:

I the first round of the heavy- ANOTHER. information on various subjects

weight contest, Puncher Smith hit .

1SS the floor hard four times, and just hhMhhMMMh MMMMM hMMMh hhhI. (_ ML -_ -_ hMh h h h h h h M
E :: before the bell, went down for the The :.
p yrt Questions The Answers
;:; full count.

The winner was rushed to the 1. How many countries have a 1. Three (China, India and Soviet
microphone, where he said a few larger population than the United Russia).

modest words. By this time, States? 2. Because its eyes are immovable .
/. r'4 : Puncher had come to, and 'man- 2. Why does an owl stare? in their sockets. -

..... aged to stagger to his feet. Where- 3. What gives the color to the 3. Microscopic plants.
upon the announcer came over. so-called "red" snow? 4. The average dollar bill is in

"Come on," he coaxed, "say a 4. What is the average life of a circulation but nine months. '

4r few words to the millions listening dollar bill? 5. "The Senator," a'cypress tree

." 5. What is the oldest living thingin near Orlando, 3,500 years old.
Puncher tried to keep his'knecs Florida? 6. Sirius is more than 30 times

steady; then he said: 6. Is Sirius, the,dog star, brighter brighter than our sun.

"Ladies and gentlemen; this is than our own sun? I 7. South America receives near-

the greatest fight of my career. 7. What continent receives the ly twice the average rainfall of

May the best man win!" most rainfall? any other continent.


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-- For colds'coughs nasal congestion muscle
jj. / aches get Penetro-modern medication a
; p.
NEWSPAPERS BOUND the other sewn to the couch pad. mutton suet base.251 double supply 35*.
TIGHTLY WITH MUSLIN, Next carne the stiff cushions to

WITH STRIPS COTTON ARE PADDED BATTING stand up at the back. These were Caesar's Shorthand

AND THEN COVERED made with an inside core of news-
c TO MAKE STIFF BACK There have been more than 1,000
tightly bound together"withmuslin
A CUSHIONS FOR THE papers systems of shorthand, the first dating
: COUCH --I- b 5 bands and then padded
to the days of Julius Caesar*
with cotton batting, as shown.

NOTE: Directions for making the
hooked rug in this sketch may be foundon t.o SKINImprovement

"' _Wl<_" ., '.............'".,.,.,...-.,..,,....,." _".w"" "'T._ m A SECOND page 14 of your copy of Book 5. Directions Aid
STITCHING for making the spool table at the -
Budget That Meat, Serve Delicious Stews I MAKES A left, of this sketch are also in that book. Soothing Resinol allays
F'ttISHFOR The velvet covered frames for the .
(See Recipes Below)
irritation of externally caused pimples,
CUT pictures over the couch are in 'Book 6,
SIDE OF which also, contains, a description of the thus hastening healing. Try it todayRESINDI I
Stretch That Meat: SEAMSTHIS
:. This Week's Menu series of booklets prepared by Mrs. Spearsas OINTMENT'AND
a service to our readers. Address:
homemakers is'the of old couch .' SOAP
Today most of you Beef and Kidney Stew story an
find the meat situation actually testing Oatmeal Drops became glamorous and MRS RUTH WYETH SPEARS

your mettle.In Waldorf Salad Rye Bread-Butter played a conspicuous part in a Bedford Hills New York Man's Desires
trips to charming living ,room. The Drawer 10
your sunny Man wants but little nor that
Orange Tapioca Enclose 10 cents for each book de
the butcher's transformation started with a
you Brownies Beverage sired. little long.
may find many Honey heavy cotton twill fabric in a soft
cuts of meat you Recipe Given tan tone to match the backgroundcolor Name ...............................

haven't used of- of the hooked rug that you Address ............................., e .
ten in the past, 30 minutes. Add kidneys, vegeta- see in front of the couch. It was SNAPPY FACTS

._ and less and less bles, sauce and salt. Cook 30 min- decided not to use any contrasting
. -- of the cuts you utes. Add parsley. Thicken if de trimming but to accent the clean- ABOUT
know how to use and that your fam- sired. cut box-like edges outlining the Forgeries j .

ily has eaten rarely. But those are Rice With Pork Liver. couch pad and cushions with a sec- RUBBERIn

the meats available for your menus, (Serves 6) ond seam on the outside, as shownat Persons who collect autographswill 4
and thus I'm going to give you some the right. Couch cover and sometimes knowingly pur-
first aid in preparing them. VA pounds pork liver, sliced cushions used 9% yards of the 36- chase a forged copy of a famous

Fortunately, the cheaper cuts of 4 strips bacon inch-wide goods. signature merely for its "curiosity

: meat, along with'liver and kidneys scup rice Whenthe smartly tailored cover value," says Collier's. For exam- Calcutta wealthy native whh
. and'the other entrails not, included 3 tablespoons chopped parsley was completed it was fastened 'ple, the large number of auto- cars invariably paint their tire
in the meat rationing are 2 or 3 sliced carrots of Washington red because of the superstitionthat
:.- program firmly in place with zippers of the graphs George this will obviate motor
;: as rich in proteins and minerals as 2 sliced onions type that come apart at ,the bot- I forged By one Robert Spring about trouble. '

," their better known relatives. Cooked Fry the liver with the bacon until tom-one side being.stitched to the 80 years ago, are still in circula- The rubber tapper or.seringuoro .:>
: '
:.- correctly, they. can become as pop- brown, then add rice which has seam allowance: of the cover and' tion and sell for $5 'apiece. Brazil lives pertly off lie forest ho
,:.- ular. been soaked ranges in search of wild rubber.A
in shotgun and machete aio his traditional -
-tt"- "Extend.the meat" should become water for a half .equipment.

..:' the motto of every family for the hour. Cover with
duration. The way to do it is to d hot water or believe Superstitious that negroes the best of cure Georgia for

,:.; include unrationed cuts plentifully I 6 chicken stock, add -.1 eAu hi old rheumatism tire around It to the sleep waist.with an ::

'J : through the menus, use cereals and parsley, carrots: I
\." meat extenders such as oatmeal and ----LJ onion, salt and When dual fares are mis-mated,the I
.. of the load,
): larger tire carries most I
: bread crumbs rationed cuts andY
on I pepper to taste. Simmer slowly until wean off its tread abnormally and
substitute fowl and cheese in the ; tender, about 40 minutes. fails early duo to the generation of
u'" for steaks and often excess heat in its cord carcass.It .
menu chops as HisPick; In and Out I
Oatmeal is an excellent source of
??:':' as possible. the B vitamins and proteins and Librarian is time for closingsir. A small girl was visiting in a Is estimated that the average I
?i,,' Veal kidneys combine with beef tire loses 12 per cent of its weightIn
therefore makes an excellent meat Is there anything you would home where there was a mounted use and yields about % of its I
?I t--,' in this especially delightful and nutritious extender.' Here it's used to make like to take out? deer's head on the wall of the li- original weight In reclaimed rubber. i i

". '. stew-and stretch that beef that meat go further: Student-Yes, there is. 'How brary. She turned to her hostess
,. : \ to serve eight people. It's a color- about that blonde in the blue and said: "What, is that?" ,
':' ful main dish with bright carrots' Meat Loaf. dress? "That's a deer's head," replied p7tAJB.FGoodrjch

j:;.: -. and button mushrooms: (Serves 8) the, hostess.

?.::,:... *Beef and Kidney Stew. 1H pounds of beef or beef and That Explains It! "Why doesn't the rest of it come

''.. (Serves 6 to 8) pork combined "Water attracts electricity. in?"
" '. 3 veal kidneys 1A cup onion, minced "Have you made tests to prove it?"
,.,. 1 pound beef, cut in strips 1 cup oatmeal "Yes. Every time I'm in the bath the Skip That

1 cup sliced carrots 1/ teaspoons salt telephone bell rings." The husband arrived home one

, 1 cup sliced onion Ys teaspoon pepper evening and gave his wife an in-
!'; 1 cup cubed potatoes \\ cup catsup AiI 't It So? surance policy.

;:, : 1 cup sliced or button mushrooms 1 egg, beaten Husband-I'm glad, dear, that "I've insured my life for ten

'Ii 2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce 1 cup water you're impressed by all the explanations thousand pounds," he said, "so
: I salt
'. tablespoon 1 teaspoon poultry seasoning I.have been giving you that if anything happens to me you
tablespoons chopped parsley Combine all ingredients and blend about banking and currency. will be provided for."
1. Remove and fat from kidneys "
<' ; soak in cold, salted water well together. Pack into a loaf pan. Wife-Yes, darling. It seems I "How thoughtful of-you, beamed
moderate degrees wonderful that any one could knowo : his wife. "Now you won't have
' for 1 hour; cover Bake in a oven ((350 -
; about without having : to see a doctor every time you
with cold water; )I about 45 to 50 minutes. Serve money -
; "
with the following any. l feel ill, will you?
, >." bring slowly to sauce:
i> boiling i point 2 tablespoons butter

, <. .-' Drain; cut into 2 tablespoons brown sugarY
N:.. small pieces. Roll 1 teaspoon dry mustard e.
::: : beef strips in 1 V-i cup catsup ; tvyYNt
:;', flour brown in Worcestershire (
; 1 teaspoon sauce YIN

..' hot fat. Add 4cups Melt butter in skillet, add remain- -- ARMY

,t' : stock from kidneys and cook ing ingredients, heat through, and T HE

meat loaf when baked. .
pour :
.' M. Siy ti 1c.I
f' \ say i
they :
Some time ago shortening was unintentionally .
Lynn Says: omitted in the list of in- recruit who 15"YARD
for a ,.
for the cookie. team .:. .
gredients following to ti. >:<
The Score Card Citrus fruits BIRD stow
: ,
Here is the corrected recipe:
: apples, Hubbard squash or acorn for pohshing
II ,.
squash offer bargains during the Oatmeal Drops BRASS buttonlft'A.utf
::: cool crisp months. Include them 2 cups 3-minute oats \ BLITZING

L.- in on your menus. % cup shortening
What to do about those recipes 1 cup corn syrup { -
calling for whipped cream? You /t cup flour \'COW "IW"d fficer's chevrons
1 teaspoon soda dissolved in cot)11111SS1one
can use a little of the cream off
the top of the bottle, if you chill 4 tablespoons boiling: water I for the Ar'a1Y JI1 a .. : "

it well for a day or so, and chill V-z teaspoon nutmeg \\CAME II favorite cigar tte
.;' the bowl which you use for whip- 1 cup chopped raisins r1

ping and the beaters too. Bring to a boil in a saucepan,

Some of the brands of canned the corn syrup, shortening, and raisins qn. ,
.' milk will also whip, if they're well and cook for 5 minutes, then
chilled, along with the bowl and add soda. Mix in oats, flour and nut- F/RSTM THE SERVICE :< :

.__ beaters. meg. Blend well and drop by.spoon PACK FOR ,<
If you're unable' to obtain fuls on a greased and floured baking With men in the Army,Navy,Marines, THE

\ chocolate or cocoa sometimes at sheet 2 inches apart. Bake in a hot and Coast Guard,the favorite cigarette CAMEL I FIND
the grocer's, use victory type of (375-400-degree) oven for 10 min is CameL (Based on actual sales records GEL y ME

..,. cookies utilizing honey, corn syr- utes. in Post Exchanges and Canteens.) a THEV'REMILDER BY
; up and the wheat flour for darker
cakes. Have you a particular household or
cooking problem on which you ivould like RAND THAT FULL
,: Inexpensive delicacies to help
expert advice? Write to Miss Lynn Cham-
you on the 'slender meat-rationed bers at Western Newspaper Union, 210 FLAVOR IS 'GREAT/
days: boiled, baked tongue with South Dcsplaines Street, Chicago Illinois,
raisin or cranberry sauce; pigs explaining your problem fully to her. ttaxK r
feet; oxtail soup; hocks; brains; 'lease enclose a stamped self-addressee COSTLIER TOBACCOS : a

tripe with broiled mushrooms. envelope for your reply.
'. Released by Western Newspaper Union.




I. .. .
The Clewiston News I $3,000 or less during 1942, provided later than the due date are subjectto ginning Sunday night at the Churchof
a penalty variable according to
all this income consists whollyof God at LaBelle and continuinguntil

Published Your Income Tex one or more of the following: I the lateness in filing. further notice.

Florida, by the Friday CLEWISTON in Clewiston NEWS,,, salary; wages, dividends, interest, or TO 'CONDUCT REVIVAL' Services' will start at'S p. m.,
inc. annuities: In using this form it AT CHURCH OF GOD IN and will be held every night. The
is necessary only to enter the LABELLE EVERY :NIGHT public Is most cordially invited to
HEATHI.EY BOWDEN, Editor amount of gross -Income as shown, I -...- attend. There will be special mu-
Form of Return deduct the credit allowable for dependents Miss Gertrude Numans, ,even- sic and the Rev. Lawson Culpepper,

Entered as second' class mall matter Persons subject to the Federal I and ,insert the appropriate I gelist, will conduct a revival be pastor, will assist at all meetings.
February 1, 1927. at the Pest Office in income tax must report their income amount of tax in accordance with
Clewiston, Florida. under the Act Of to the Government on forms, one's;_ personal Exemption status, as I
March 3. 1897.SubscrIption or blanks, prescribed by regulations. shown on the table on the reverse .. .
]I These' forms are obtainable from of the form. This form has no en-I ;, .: -- ;.. -' .- .. .._....: -:'; .:! ;l>, : :.t. 'P ;-:::.: ;fI \.

Rnte $2.00 Per Year. I ,any Collector of Internal Revenue, tries for deductions allowable,
Ad>'erti Ing Rates On Application. and generally from any bank since the taxes indicated in the I ,
I Special forms are designated for table on the back of the form are,
I corporations, for partnerships, for computed after taking into account
Devoted to the advancement and wel- trusts and fiduciaries:, and for what have been considered average I NOTICE !
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. : ,
non-resident aliens. Farmers who deductions for persons of this in- ..
keep no books of account on the come class.. .
accrual method must attach a A taxpayer should, therefore, con-
MEMBER <=Cr special schedule to their return sider carefully which form wouldbe
,NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION V\v) (Form 1040F). For individuals, appropriate for his purposes. ALL DOGS Without 1943 Dog
19-4-1 V two forms are used, depending up- Whichever form is employed, all the '
on the amount and source of income Information called ,for in the spaces /
to be reported.' should be inserted so far: as applicable License Tags Found on Streets '

. . Form 1040. This form is intended to the taxpayer, in order to
. ... ....... I
NON. . . .
.N M.N.N.N-N. .N.N' .N.N. N.N -- N N N M N N N I
to the Government
I for general use of individualswho avoid the expense after Monday January 11 will '
are citizens of the United I and the possible inconvenience_ ,
RAMBLINGS I States, or residents in this country to the taxpayer, of subsequent check I
-I I.X. whether' citizens or not. It con-I and inquiry. I be impounded, held three days
By B. B. tains spaces to show the amountof With each return form Is a set

: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. ..:..:..:..:..:.:..: income from various sources, of accompanying instructions, and and then killed. ,
deductions allowable, exemptionsand these instructions should be carefully I r
We wonder if the drug stores credits, and computation of read by the taxpayer before
liniment tax' liability. As most of the items making his return. .
have had a large sale of
require some explanation in orderto I' By Order City Council.I. .
this week. Muscles' that .haven'tbeen Returns for the calendar year _
been be allowable, the form also 1942 filed not later than .
exercised in years have must be I -'
receiving a pretty good workoutas contains appropriate schedules to March 15, 1943. They may be filed '
and bet- show in more detail how the in- Collector of In- S. ,
the walking gets better by mailing to the. BELL
ter. come or the deductions. are de ternal Revenue of the appropriate .

We've heard a lot of suggestionsthat termined. district in which is located the legal
might make this walking easieron Form 1040A. This Is a simpli- residence or principal place of busi- Chief of Police
the disposition, and we're pass- fied report, which may, at the option ness of the taxpayer. If the returnis
ing them along for whatever cooperation of the taxpayer who makes his filed by mailing, it should be
receive. return on the cash basis, be filed posted in ample time to reach the .
they may -- -' :
instead of form 1040 by citizens and Collector's office on or before .,. = _f. = : : : :, ,=.: ::: '<
First, if you walk even a little '
residents whose gross income; was March 15, 1943. Returns received
bit after dark you'll find that Clew-
and better -- ----- ---- -- -- ------ --------------------- ------------------------------------
iston could use more :

street lights, and that the sidewalkin .: ,.,rif rr S
some places needs repairs and
some shrubbery near the side-walk
should be removed. Also you'll
thank from the bottom of :your heart .
the folks who put their dogs inside '- I '.) ; '.: '. ..;: .'

at dark, so the" playful little things
won't snap at your ankles or jump
up on you with their dirty. paws, I
depending on whether they're being

friendly or unfriendly.But .

daylight, or dark, you'll offer /
up a little silent prayer of grati-
tude for the thoughtful housewiveswho
sweep those little hard pine-
burs off their sidewalks daily.: They

are public nuisance number one, in ..
these 'days of walking Many's the ,y:, Men i i Uniform :
turned ankle, the skinned knee, .the : '
torn hose, the soiled 'dress and the
ruined disposition that these un-
suspecting burs have caused. They
don't know it, but they really take I

most of the joy- out of walking.It's NcEDi1f i:/ {,
almost impossible to find a :

shoe with a sole so thick: that you '
can step on a pine-bur without discomfort -
., ,'.
:, .
'''. .
.,. '
We are' heartily in accord with ; .

the aim of the, Kiwanis Club 'to ,

sponsor a., movement for more y : j ..1 : : : r ;
street! signs this year; and par :
ticularly with the aim to have resi-
y. ,
dences identified by a small sign : _.> ,
with- the name of those. living there. ,
The government reservation is far '\ ;
in advance of the rest of us on that, .;,' /

and is a good example of the advan- .. i.

..tages' of' the practice. :. And Many Thanks from FLORIDA MOTOR liNES! ,;

Now. if one of the sign-painters :
will just set a standard .size and
price, business will be 'forth-com-
ing. -.
# is J N i
As we read the newspapers these
days we glow with pride at the '

remarkable things our boys on the r. i ...
battle fronts'' and our' Allies fight:

ing' for the. ,same cause are doing. \ .
Then we turn to another column and '
.. ;
0 > ,
hang our head in shame when we r'i ; : :;
read of strikes in vital industries in ; .
this country. It seems to us that "

labor will lose the advances' it has '. ...' With Your Co-operation Florida Motor Lines Got 'Em Home for The Holidays :i :::

made during the past if it continuesto ,. .:; .
tolerate strikes during these '
! critical times. The workers in the Thanks to you, a most critical period in war- this that makes it possible for Florida Motor } : .
factory producing war materials, time bus transportation has been passed with, Lines and other bus lines to carry on the 't' '

those on the farms producing foods, '- flying colors. tremendous mass-transportation job that is! -" ".: ...
those .in the coal mines' producingcoal so completely essential to winning the war. ,**f :, .
before Christmas : Motor Lines ,
Just Florida }; -\: '.
are just as necessary to the
winning of the war as the men who ,asked you "to "Give .your Holiday trips to Now the holiday period is passed, Florida ''* J1'
are doing the dangerous work of 'men in the' service" and you who have Motor' Lines 'will make every effort to see -.. -':*'' '' ,
fighting the war, and those workers r : learned depend upon Florida Motor Lines that ,the service you count on is available, :*i: ,

should have the same responsibilitytoward :.' for your travel needs, ,responded 'when you need it-and 'with the utmost comfort .' : '
their work that the soldiers and convenience.that war conditions will ":,::'
: As 'result of such '
a your postponing
have toward .
theilfighting. A permit. :. T. .
in uniform : :
thousands of
worker on strike for, the trivial ,' : men and women ,.
reasons the ,strikes have been called :..," were able to go _hbme by bus to spend, We suggest, however, that you phone or call / '?* 1' -

should be as contemptously treatedas '" precious hours with. loved ones. upon your nearest' Florida Motor Lines agent ,;I c

fight a soldier because would he didn't who like refused the top to ;." (While helping members of the armed forces, well in advance of any trip. He can help J- :Yu'
sergeant. you also made travel smoother and more con you choose days and schedules that will be '" b!, '

Labor has made great strides for- ". venient for war workers- and others whose most convenient for you and,best for wartime < "
ward during the past decade and :,' trips could not wait. It's cooperation like travel. :

nowhere has it received more r .J''-;;
sympathetic treatment than in the '
United States., But t03 boys in the '
battle fields and their folks back
home are not, going to feel as sym- MOTORJINI'
pathetic after the war if labor or- : ; '

ganizations permit, or even cause, .
strikes to occur. There is no' placein

a nation ,fighting a war for any .
faction to put its own cause'aheac- T' .'.'.: <' .. -rJ: ...
of the cause of victory. '



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those of all
PetersHandleyMiss OR SALE-Two lots in ,city limits, ,
have no
of Clewiston, size 25x110

i [ Personals J Mary Jean ,Handley, daughter community the services, let this us }These'. Price lots 1000.are on Mrs.the maii feet:\
of Mrs. Pearl Handley of Pa- invited to take
r, Rt. 2, Box 102-A, San-.
hokee, and Edward M. Peters, son gram of the church.
I Fla.
of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Peters of Choir practice Jan.22-p

"rs. J. R. Evans was a business Sulphur Springs, Texas, were married at 7: 30. All who I
.i \
:J{ '1. ', visitor in Fort Myers on Monday. I Saturday night at the Baptist to come. (1 DRESSMAKING
I Church in Fort Myers with the Rev. ALTERING: ,
Don't stay home
visitor Milner C. Brittain, pastor of the BUTTONHOLE .
Mrs Robert Yeomans was a cause of small MAKING
: in Fort Myers Thursday. church officiating I
< child at the
I Mrs. Peters chose for her wed- Mrs. Inez Pope
munity Building.
Mrs Don Young left this week ding a frock of aqua flannel with
cared for
by Millcre&t
J to join her husband in Key West yellow accessories and her corsagewas ers' Club. Let Passenger Depot

I of sweetheart roses. Mrs. Roy other children (next door to Bill Allen's)

\ Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Miller of Alston was matron of honor and morning worship.

I LaBelle were visitors in Clewiston I If wore a white wool dress with colored -
f Tuesday evening embroidery and a corsage of -- LIBRARY ....
I Miss Leo of
gerbera. Willingham

, Fred L. Williamson and his Fort Myers was bride's maid and Clewiston : Mrs. M. A. Thomas
The : I
nurse, Mrs Nellie Patten, spent the wore a rose wool suit. Her cor- will be in
week-end at Fort Myers Beach. sage was, of rosebuds. Miss Vir- Agent for AVON Products
following clays and
ginia Smith was flower girl and I
Monday afternoon Box 438
'' R. Y.: Patterson was a business core a floral print dress. Roy Als- Clewiston
1 Wednesday
: visitor in Jacksonville the first of ton served as best man. '"

., ,'. the week. Mrs. Peters has resided in Clewis- Friday evening 7
... These hours
., ton for some time and is employed I
brary committee to For Your
M. S. Wright, Mrs. C., W. Bing, in -the office of the Clewiston Motor hours during which

Mrs. H. R. Hall and Mrs. E. W. Company. She is a graduate of HUNTING LICENSE
Cener, adjacent to i
Durst were visitors in Miami Fri- the Pahokee High School. Mr. Pet- for
'. op'en. Since season 1042-43, see
day. ers is an aviation mechanic, em-
banned there will I?. C. NOWLING
ployed at Riddle Field.
;;: Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pressley, Mrs.1 Mr. and Mrs. Peters returned to vantage in having Hendry County Motors, Clewlston :
< open at same
f--. :. Hubert Land and daughter, Shari Clewiston to reside. day afternoon i'F '

> ,and Mrs. H. C. Avant were visitors -
those who work at
.f;= <',-,'' in Fort Myers Wednesday.. NEW CO PI- OT'S CLUB HAS :
surgical dressing
".I":'. __ ELECTION OF; OFFICERS Johnson's Fish CampfNear
hour in which to
:: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston spent books. ( Hurricane Gate)

the week-end in Fort Myers as The Co-Pilots Club, which was Clewiston, Fla. I
'. The
: : guests of Mrs. (Alston's sister, Mrs. recently organized for wives of instructors Boats'and Motors-GUide Service
i' : edges, with ,thanks,
}; ;< Walter Jenkins. at Riddle-McKay Aero Rates Reasonable I
_. new books from St.
--- College, is holding its weekly meet- \V. H. Johnson, Mgr.
{. .. Mrs. LN.. Davis is spending a ings at the ,Instructors Club Houseon Society., These are: I
;:: few days this week in Everglades the Ridge on "Vedne days. Three Seventeenth -(

/' with her mother, Mrs. C. C. Mc- afternoon meetings are held each Daly,

.:..', :-. Clure. ,_ month and on the fourth Wednes Living Across Upstairs A World- J. IV! COUSE ..
" I -- day the meeting is held in the

'c> : ., :Miss Sarah Kirkpatrick of theY evening, in order that the instruc- sidine. Counselor and' Attorney at Law

; District Welfare board in Forty tors wives who are themselves em-, Hopkins Building

:: Myers was a business visitor in Fort ployed may have an opportunity The Inn Wednesdays and Saturdays /
/ flyers
Tuesday. to attend.
' 9:301o 4:00
" .' Wives ,of all instructors, flight, Has

.I" Miss Bernetta Moorhouse left ground school and ink, are eligiblefor

r I ':..::'" ;:: Monday for her home in New York membership and are invited to .

I. (;:,' City after a two weeks' visit with join the organization. Newly. elected Miss Orvilla

.';": '..: :- '. Mr. and Firs. M. W. Bigg. I officers include President: Mrs. sonville is the Floristgency

,:''c' f W. G. Reid, Vice-President, Mrs.J. charge of the

!r;,,. rt, Fred E. Hunziker, Jr., left Wednesday C. Ziler, Secretary, Mrs. A. R. Shop, replacing Flowers delivered here at no

i';'-'. \ :/. for the University of Geor Brink, and Treasurer, Mrs. W. F. who left.. this' week ; 1 extra cost. Other towns, any-

? : gia to begin his pre-flight training. King; West. where in U. S. add only cost of

"';: ',. j;'. He was recently accepted as a ca Members of the Club have seaside t I Miss Hoperich is i telegram, ranging from 20 to

.\ ? det jn the Naval Air Corps. Tuesdays to go in a body ?all phases of 55 cents.

1f:;:',. to the Red Cross work room to help I graduated from the :: MRS. SARAH E. FOUNTAIN

tr:. ''C A. L. Burke of Fort Benning, Ga.,I I l with the production of surgical' Culture College in O Western Union Office
to Clewiston
., came
:,; is spending a short furlough herewith dressings. I Day Phone 82 Night 2791

\d'" :' his wife, who is visiting her, Hostesses for the meeting Ga., where she has
r : ;' moth week weie'Mrs.' Ji.CZiler: : 'a beauty shop, ,
: ', Mrs. Arthur H. .King, for Mrs: W.

;'' ..' ., .. several weeks. G. Reid and Mrs. Kenneth Wood- ..
.n ;:., ,: ard. .
t \ w Others attending were Mrs. JI.VNrnw{rryryr mK!!{{?!!M'ryrrw.r;;;; .M? :o17T ; nY r. nor. : r. N! NFV/N V v

:' M. G.0r1eal, Mrs. R. H. Brinton, tl.r 4a .i..:'..lnl. .:.,....ryv.. :?.;/,... ... fi'k.. A<:;> a l'r'i ?.};.v'4'x:{{.,i}ri 4'!:.:
i: > t. Friends. in Clewiston have: recei i /:F r.v. :!:: :.s .va4v.r. r Y, .N.C.,..!4w,7.,...,. .v./r.;.;.r:}:.v.5.T/rn4..rr.}.frv..v{:in s:0'h!; ;>:.,.
'. I Jr., Mrs. D. H. Binkley Mrs. C.
?:[;. r : announcement of the birth of 'a A. .

,';\n w. ... ': daughter 1 to DIr and Mrs. C.. W.I Lyons Mrs Charles_ Bivona, Mrs; .v.,.,+!.:;r.:,.i!:;.:;.:.,r.4.:>..r.i.rti...::?+..:..::?..'?.::..1f.44..........'.....'.r.. .:}:.:..n..,............. ...., .?....,,:..'.:::r:rv:::::.::::.r.::i...Tr...:... .:7'w..4..v,S.vr.:.....,.Tk. ...1,{..;....A.: .:f.;......:. ....:.) ,..?;fi4.i ;
;i i;:: Simmons H. B. Cushman, Mrs. H. D. Briz- .
: now of Fort. Lauderdale, I .r
i/:.,1 : New 'zell, Mrs. W.- F'. King, Mrs. A. r....f......... : ... .. .. :..,,.. .
:. ; ;: on Years Day. and Mrs. ,. ,.,,,.... .., ... ;:;r rrrr: }:. .. ,.. .. ... .. .:w., : ..v\r.f.:.r.v: }.:.::..,,;.s.,4r.yyfci Fr : r.,...vii r!{ {
Jj"< ": ; --- I Thompson -A R. Brink.R'I ': ::;n.+'. .,.. .,... r.... .. ;}>}:+;'; }:';}....:.:.:.::..; ..- :.; >:%$:% ::.:..a:: ::.}, .:., :n'r

xf;:i' Louis rirrv:: : : {{'fn%
Leiter, who is stationed at : s
; '. 'i...' .. Biloxi, Mississippi, as an aviation MRS. A. C. CARLTON GIVENFAREWELL I :..?.:<:.:...:..::.:.:.,... ... } mClll j lil. .. ..... B 10 ., ... ....... W'+.
...':- : PARTY TUESDAY .."... ". (
? ; cadet is I I ; :::n :; ... .
spending his :
furlough here '

I t-I:t.';,';'.. :\ -:'. with' his mother, Mrs. J, G. Wiandt, Mis. Pt.. M. -Hare----, -Jr., entertained. j I I : t"iJt: { : 4tIf;: : i'f '+ k...tt.:: .
, :, < ( : and other relatives. : : ;:
r ;: :. with a bridge party and a sur- ..... .'' .. .. 1
f.jf;: (, ., prise shower for ,Mrs. ,A. C. Carlton 1r' : .G.rOll-;; !'

I:'.,f,'> J. F. Reahard, Jr.,. was a business woh is leaving this week-end to
1,,'''':;.' visitor in Fort Myers Monday. join Mr. Carlton and make their :
l 1J
T.;;: ': ): Mr. and Mrs A. C. Carlton areleaving home in Fort Myers. : \ :.: \

1'fy.: .; ,;: this week-end to make their First prize was won by Mrs. ,:,. .r.. .. ;v .. ....... ... ........ JI
1tt :':> '.home in Fort Myers. Mr. Carlton I Carlton, second by Mrs. George E. ... ...."......... ...... ....... 'v':' :..... ......... ...... ... ... : ... .:..... ....... .... .. ..... .. ....... .. .... ,,

s-';:<'" :,.". has been employed by the U. S.I] Crow, and low by Mrs. Foy Dur- [W J !@@fj 1< i.t..:':;.;.*...rZ\.:? ::. :@'.'''''1'1 ; :::: :; e:.>'" : :!:();1 :.m:; .1.:f 1 ': f. ":(.!iCff;:.;.:.:.iI..;;.!}...!..;..;;.i..llij..lli1..'1."!tf.. .1jlr"O.M '

0" -. ': ', Sugar Corporation and Mrs: Carlton I r nce. Tuna fish salad, potato X. afk: :) .aAll : }: ".yj
)1",' ".. .' recently became a clerk in the I I chips, pickles, salted nuts and coffee
,, :. '' .L, local ration office. Mr. and 1\1rs.1 were served by the hostess to Mrs. :nY

it' ; j s.., Hardin have rented the Carl Carlton, Mrs. Ruth B. Owens, Mis.. t'.
;-i..' .',1 'i-,. ton's residence. : rT' ..,..r..
.. Foy Durrence, Mrs. A W. Lawrence -

if.;.::;.;i.r,;: I 'D IIS. James A. Boyd, Mrs. ... i:: .r.. .........':: ::.:: ...v:, ..:.. :?v: {.}
. ""? ;..; BRIDGE PARTY AT LAHSEN Ed Ward, Mrs R. Nowling, Mrs. :

;' ;' '> HOME TUESDAY AFTERNOON I H. C. Thompson, Mrs. Glen Ether- :n< r......::.:vv. r:+atiSi i

ton Mrs. C. H. Berner, Mrs. Hub .....,.. -";.'.";',, I

: .:,'-' Mrs Otto Larsen invited anum-I I Spooner, and Mrs. R. J. Lee. I \j, :,: ,:,...; ; : ,. ..
.. ''' > : :' ; v.
. '
. ber of extra guests this week when I
.' she
entertained .
{ ;
:. members of her rG: .
)i- .''. bridge club Wednesday afternoon AT STORK: SHOWER FRIDAY ; .: '' < :
I at her
\ J home. Mrs. .II R. Brinton, Jr., and Mrs. ,
First prize, a box of
powder, James
: Taylor entertained with a tea
.J was won by 1rs."r.. E.. Bolton; and stork shower
Friday afternoon
" .. second prize, bath salts
went ,.toMrs.
'" complimenting Mrs. D. H. Binkley.
- I :'' N. V. S. l\lumford and novelty The party was held at the Taylor .. Chevrolet dealers have the feeder's"knowhow" ,
i. paper guest,
towels were awarded
to Mrs. F. Deane Duff as cut home.After.a GET A SKILLED CHECK-UP NOW in servicing makes,
prize pleasant social hour, dur-

. /... Mrs. Larsen served a salad course .ing lovely which gifts the, the honoree hostesses opened served many y/ Check and rotate tires Chevrolet dealers have had the broad-

;, with coffee at the conclusion of sandwiches, cookies and coffee. V Check lubrication est experience-servicing millions

,....: play to Mrs. Bolton, Mrs. Mumford The guests included Mrs. C. W. 't of new and used cars and trucks.
1 .
Mrs. Duff, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. Butler, Mrs. Fred Perry, Mrs. A. C. ,,, V7 Check engine, carburetor,
Carl -Johnson, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Lyons, Mrs. Maston O'Neal, Mrs. ,: battery Chevrolet dealers have skilled trained
; Mrs. M. E. Von Mach, Mrs. R. Dick II ,
: Y; Dwyer, Mrs. Frank O'Hara, V Check brakes
,'- Patterson, Mrs. H. A. "Bestor, Mrs. Mrs. A. R. Brink, Mrs. Harry Leh- J I

J. M. Francis, Mrs. C. J. Neilsen, man, Mrs. Willard King and Mrs. !;; ':/ Check steering and wheel

', ,. Mrs. W. E. Dilley, Mrs. F. E, Conk- I.Warren Reid. :.11. alignment Chevrolet dealers have modern tools

. ling, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs: C. L. i / and equipment.

'McLendon, Mrs. W. L. 'Lott, 1'.-T. A. TO MEET TUESDAY V Check clutch, transmission, I '
1. W. C. Owen, Mrs. Mrs'j rear axle -
J. E. ,
Chevrolet I dealers r
. 't. give quality. serviceat
' Mrs.
R. M.
Bishop and Mrs. Keat h.i The Parent-Teacher Association
' ) ley Bowden. will low cost.
hold its regular January meet-

<- I ing next Tuesday afternoon at four ,.J .

.' BAPTIST LADIES HOLD o'clock in the school auditorium.


The ladies of the Baptist Church Rev. John N. :\ont omelJ'linitel'" : '
"" .
are holding
; weekly cottage prayer 9:45-Church School. .
meetings, meeting for a short hour 11:00-Morning
'! Worship. Sermon "Hub Chevrolet Co.
of prayer each
Thursday morns n "Follow Thou Me."
This week the i
group met at the 6:30-Junior Christian Endeavor
home of Mrs. Walker Nail. |! ANG STA,1PS! -
i i .

The Cottage Prayer Meeting next 7:30 Evening Worship. "The. .: fI* .:= ': .'. :CLEWISTON FLORIDAFRID.Y
Thursday ,
will ,
be at the ,Fellowship of Worship., .<. .
home of Mrs. E. M. Corhette.
The Community Church seeks t of .

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Keep a nut cracker in a handy Taffy and other sticky candiescan
?}t GREGORY W.N.U.RELEASE drawer: to use when opening screw be kept from becoming soft by

THE STORY SO FAR: Old Bill Cole, heard of him! Of course, Doctor, like an alabaster palace out of a tops on bottles or small cans. wrapping each piece in wax paper
having been fatally shot by an unknown there is some mistake. It must be fairy tale and storing in <* covered tin or
assailant, made two Identical wills, leave Yellowed lace be whitenedby glass jar. _
some other girl-some other girl, The low, massive building was may _
ing all his money and the King Cole maybe, named Lee." surrounded by a wall akin in con- soaking in sour. milk or buttermilk *
Ranch to Ann Lee and to Cole Cody, *
children of his two old cronies Busty "There may be a lot of mistakesin struction to itself, a wall of adobe, To remove marks made on paint
Lee and Buck Cody. Rance Waldron, this whole deal," the old doctor white-washed, topped with warm by scratching matches, rub with a I
who claimed relationship, appeared at grunted, "but that's not one of them.I I red tiles. Ann Lee, leading the way, Rinse out a saucepan with hot cut lemon.
the Ranch just prior to Old Bill's death. You're the girl 'all right Say, her carpet-bag containing the pre- water before heating milk and it I

Meanwhile, Ann and Cole were on their haven't you got the key!" cious iron box caught tight under will not stick to the pan. Do not open a window and let I I

way to the Ranch,by stage coach. Long shot "The key! Why, of course I her arm, threw open a gate and hur- cold air blow in directly on plants.
driver, was
Peters, the stage
in ried along one of the paths radiating When stubborn particles of meat But
through the arm during a hold-up, so have! She jumped up, the box a window on the opposite
Cole Cody took his place on the driver's her hands, and ran to the walnut from the old home. And Aunt Jeni and vegetables stick to the insideof side of the room should be open

seat where he was Joined by Ann. Finally bureau; she pulled and tugged un- fer, her cheeks almost as pink as your grinder, run a small pieceof at the top to give plants sufficientair.
they arrived at Bald Eagle, where til she got the lop-sided top drawer her niece's, her eyes almost as dry bread through the grinder. .

Cody met Porflrlo Lopez. open and extracted her purse. "Hereis bright, came hurrying after her.

Now continue with the story. the key! He sent it to me with a The place seemed deserted. The ,

letter that made me terribly cu- two women came to the patio and rIri ,

CHAPTER VI rious, saying some things, ,' half-say- stood, very still; it was as though
ing some." they found in the silence a gentle

Porfirio snatched up his glass. She got the key in one of the command for like silence on their Iz

locks. It fitted! It turned easily."It part.
"We drink together, you and me, Aunt Jenifer reached for the bell
Senor Codito! To one gr-reat gentle- is the right key!I" she exclaimed cord and it an emphatic yank
man! To one of the soldiers of the and tried it in the other setting the bell echoing through the

good God Himself! To Don Senor lock. She withdrew the key, lookedat house. A man's voice-they were

Early Bill Cole! To him, forever it, stooped over the box again, him rudelyout
sure they had brought Pattern 7397 contains step-bystep direc-
and ever, 'Salud y pesetas!' To Don tossing her head impatiently to of sound sleep-called out, tions and information for making slip
Senor Early Bill Cole!" throw the hair back from fallingover "Hello, who's there?" And then, covers for varied chairs and,sofas Send
her the your order to:
Then Cole Cody, forgetting other eyes. without awaiting an answer, ."Waita
things, gripped him by the thin matter with the crazy thing, she shake: I'll be right out."
shoulders. said, baffled., "Will you try it, Doc- Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.
tor?" They had to wait more than a 82 Eighth Ave. _New York
"What are talking about? he
you minute.At .
Bill He shook his head. "No use, Miss Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to
demanded sharply. "Early Ann. One thing I didn't tell you. long last they heard a heavy S cover cost of mailing) for PatternNo.
Cole? Of the King" Cole Ranch? Your key fits only one of the two bar let down, and the door opened ............... I

say he is dead? Don Codito." locks. There's another key. It- slowly only a dozen inches or so. Name ...............................' I
"Only two days ago, ; ahem! it's being kept by A tall young man looked out at
"But I had a letter from him, someone them. T71Ifi Address ..........................eo.
else. A man that old Early Bill ,
Porfirio, only a few days ago! And "Good morning, ladies! This is a rl {jr.t

dead now!" surprise! You're twice as welcomeas ..

Here was news! Cole Cody stood the birds in spring. Come in,

frowning at nothing, telling himself ; r won't you?" ACHING-STIFF
that all along this had been a funny They entered just a trifle hesitantly ; :g.. ,/r./: .:

howdy-do: First the letter from old. a the house was'so dark 'and, at SORE MUSCLESFor

Early Bill, which he had been ut- the moment, somehow sinister and

terly unable to explain; nowthe violent forbidding. But that was only be- ,4,4.Glid/ 1 PROMPT relief-rub on Mus-

removal of the only' man who cause all the shades had been drawn terole! Massage with this wonderful

could tell him. down and it was dark in here after "COUNTER-IRRITANT"blood actually musclesto brings
together .1 fresh warm to aching
"We drink to Don Senor (I the sunshine outside. He said pleas- help break up painful local con-
Early Bill Cole!" cried little Por- antly, "Just a second and we'll have gestion.Better than an old-fashioned

firio, and snatched off his hat. "The some light in," and went to one mustard plaster! In 3 strengths.

two of us together." window after another flipping up the

It was far too early for bed, so shades. The sunlight streamed in

Cody and_ Porfirio Lopez dawdled joyously; of a sudden, with the dark

over their supper in one of Bald put to flight, it became a genial ,:
Eagle's little restaurants for the bet- and friendly room. 7;

ter part of an hour, and thereafterset And now they could ,see Rance 7397r China's Fireworks

out to see the town. Cody was Waldron clearly. Fireworks were first used in
about to call it a night and go off
"I am Ann Lee and this is my China, 5,000 years ago. To this
to bed when he was accosted by a Aunt, Miss J. fer Edwards. We day China marks beginning of a
lean and wiry old man with a mane 1 y had an invitaUun from-from Mr. year with fireworks.,
of hair and a mammoth, un-
William Cole to visit him here. We
white mustache, with a
pruned got to Bald Eagle only last night -
broad and battered old black hat IRRITATIONS OF
and Well and she smiled
now- too S Kll\g
and sleek high-heeled boots and a -
faintly, "here we are! EXTERNAL CAUSEacne
None other nay
long-tailed black coat. ,
"I am taking care of things right pimples, bumps (blackheads),'and
than Mr Arthur Henry Pope
in fact, ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve
-the Judge. PJ now," he said. "I was lucky to CLIP covers work magic in'homegive a miseries with simple home treatment.
I get here just before my uncle died." it a fresh'new look Goes to work at once. Direct action aids
"Mr. William Cole Cody I be-
healing by killing germs it touches. Use
lieve?" he said sonorously."That's "Your uncle?" spoke up Aunt Jen- -hide worn upholstery-bring in a Black and White Ointment only as di-
ifer. "Old Bill Cole was uncle new color note! This pattern rected. lOc 25c.50c sizes.25 years success.
sir he said. your '
my name, shows to :Money-back guarantee. Vital In
I sir Arthur ? cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous
"And am Henry
make your own covers. Black and White Skin Soap daily.
Ranee little
a deprecatory
Pope. I know something about you;

not much, but something. I'd like a gesture.
few words with you, Mr. Cody," "I've always called him that," he

said the Judge. "In private." said easily. "Not an uncle exactly,

"What is it?" asked Cody."I but related. I am, I believe, his '"
next of kin; his only kinsman, in iY
have taken a room for you at HA8ML Jf oUf
fact. I am Rance Waldron; my
the hotel where you'll want to
Will "You take mighty good care of that ,mother and the old man were cous-
stay overnight. you step over
with me?" box, Miss Ann," he said hurriedly. ins. It's because of that," and he
lifted his broad shoulders in the
"Certainly, agreed Cody, his curiosity -
trusted it to. You can't open your hint of a shrug, "that I am stayingon TOM All those
now riding high, and the two : /
here. Unless there is G
box until he shows up. a will,
went out together.A brothers of yours .
"Why, isn't that funny! Who is this and I don't believe he ever made a talking up your hot \

bit earlier in the evening, the man? Is he here in Bald Eagle? will, "I suppose- I am the next owner rolls. I didn't have a

Judge and Doc Joe having a few When will he give me the other here. chance to tell you
moments together on their porch key?" At the mention of a will, Ann's how swell they were!

after Doc Joe had tinkered with his Doc Joe was already edging to- lips were parted to speak up' but ..l'weren't II1 ,
the time he had added final JANIE: Silly! They
by a I
new patients as best he could and ward the door. I
clause she had become conscious of any work, v V
got them off to their beds, the Judge "You take mighty good care of
had been led to remark with a snort, that box, Miss Ann," he said hur- Aunt Jenifer's eyes stabbing warn- Flelschmann either. They're 2-hour a new 4,
at her.
"Old Early Bill, confound his ornery riedly. "Just you remember that
kind and full of
hide, having sworn by all that it's worth a power of money! The Aunt Jenifer said, "It's a mighty extra vitamins when

was good and holy he'd get him his whole King Cole Ranch is in there- nice place ,out here. He wanted us make them with//i

fun after he was dead, ought to be : and a heap of gold and greenbacks to visit' him for a while. We've you Fle chmann's Yeast.

laughing his fool head off now!" besides! Just you take mighty good come a long way, too, over: a hun-

All this was because before his care of it, Miss Ann. And now, good dred miles. We got" to town last ,

demise old Early Bill had instructedthis night to you; Miss. And to you also, night on the stage.

precious duo, laying down the Miss Jenifer," he".said, and duckedout "Well, the thing that counts is /l ,
law to them and exacting their prom- and fled. that you're here now! And I am /M FREE!SENOfORMEflfXHMANNS

ises to carry out his bidding. If he glad that I happened to be on handto NEW

died before his "heirs" arrived, the And in that other room under the welcome you in my uncle's place.
Judge and Doc Joe were to look same roof the Judge had finished And I'll bet you haven't even had Folks, be sure you QoPA6E800K0fbuyFleischmann's

out for the two, and were to .tell imparting to young Cody all the breakfast yet. I know I haven't." u )7/ 60 GRAM RfCtPES.

them just as much as Early Bill facts in the case which he had been "Will you show me the way to It's the only yeast 1 / /OUSROLISBRfAO5

wanted told, not a single syllable authorized to make fairly clear. Cody the kitchen?" asked Aunt Jenifer. that has added ; DESSKT BttADS MAt
more. Doc Joe was to explain mat- had heard him out in silence, his "I'll be glad to get breakfast for Vitamins A and D

ters to the girl, the Judge was to do eyes dark between narrowed lids, his you." as well asVitamins { BfT7ERW/THflf/SGHMM4'N!

likewise for young Cody., And they face stilled to expressionlessness.And "Say, that's great!" said Rance. BX and Gl I /jif yfASI--SEND fORMETODAYI

were not unduly to stick their noses when the Judge, too, grew silent He showed them the kitchen
into subsequent,happenings. Cody still sat on a moment or I
room big enough for a barn, with // When you bake withFleischmann's
Thus, while Doc Joe was expounding two, pondering. an enormous cook stove which Early all ,
to a round-eyed, breathless girl ."Thanks, Judge," he said. "I Bill had had installed here many a It those extra vitamins

and her quietly attentive Aunt Jeni- guess that's all you've got to tell year ago and which had had scant into For tree
fer in one room of, the Bald Eagle me? Wouldn't do much good to start go right your your
for dozen and -
use a years, there l breads With copy;;;;UeJStandard j'U
Hotel, the Judge was letting head asking questions?" were ample provisions. I loss Brands,
for and the ears of the cat of out of the bag The Judge rather liked him for "Now," said Aunt Jenifer, sleeves ) f In the oven! Inc., 691 Wash-
astounding William Cole
I rolled back a pair of
Cody in another room. that.He pretty ington Street,
1 n '
shook his head, ready to go. white arms and a clean sugar sack New York, N.. Y.
"And that's theway of it," con- ,"Come to me later, if you wantto pinned about her waist, "you can

cluded Doc Joe, glad to be at the ," he said. "I'm hoping that things'will skedaddle and I'll call you when ,
end of the crazy business, and work out all right for you. things are ready."

opened a carpet-bag at his feet, took Maybe they will. That's what that "Fair enough," said Ranee. "I'll

from it an old iron box from which infernal old devil wanted." go clean up a speck; haven't even ADVERTISING
long ago the black paint had scaled
washed my face or combed my hair
and set it down
on Miss Ann
Lee's "
And he' hurried
yet away; they
knees. Upon its gentle knoll, its white- heard his boots echoing through the is as essential to business as is rain to growing crops.

"Butbutthe girl sputtered. "Ican't washed adobe walls a snowy, gleam- big rooms with their bare floors and It is the keystone in the arch of successful merchandising.Let .

understand it! This Mr. Early ing white in the distance under the few scatter rugs; they heard a show how to apply it to your business. .
Bill Cole you are talking about- eastern sun, the old Casa of the door close, then, from some farther us you !

Why, I don't know him! I never Estradas, the home for many a year room, another door.

saw him even, in my life! I never of Bill Cole of King Cole Ranch, was (TO BE CONTINUED) 'I

.FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1043 _
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Service Command, Atlanta, Ga. ..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: : : : : : : : : : : : : :": : : : : :": : : : : : : :. : : : : : : : : : : : : :.":. And there's one little spot-well,
If You Eat 14 Or More Soldiers in that age group may .::. if they do as much as change the

Meals Your Ration Book now discharge be considered from the for Army an honorable by complying ...:::... TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY :!_: smell will murder of that the corner guy-drug-I want storeI my-

with a set of simple rules: .:. girl back, just as she is, and that
Be Surrendered ..i.. bungalow on Maple] Avenue.Iwant
Will 1. The soldier must voluntarily !j
that old roll desk at the
request his discharge.,in writing to ..:. top
his immediate commanding officer. .:. .;. electric company, with a chance to
Persons who eat fourteen or more 2. He must be handicapped by ..:.. y r, o J' 4 _. .t. move upstairs or quit it I want to.I .
week the same establishment .:. want to see that old school of
meals a in advanced age, 38 years and over, to :
: must surrender their Wan such an extent that his usefulnessto ...:... By RUSSELL KAY ,. mine, and our church, just as they
Ration book to that establishment,,, the Army is secondary, to that .:. I ; ... are-because I want. my kids to go
;: .' hotel, cafe or .:. Association :;: there.
.' meaning restaurant, of industry. Secretary Florida Press .
before_ the time .:.. ; .:. That's MY HOME TOWN. .
other eating places satisfactory
3. He must present .. .. .. v .. vv v ..
of such meals. It Keep it for the I remember -
they eat the first evidence that he will be employedin me' way
is also the responsibility of the an essential war industry, in- Advertising has gone to war likea first call on Hitler.' it, just the way I see it
Downer or manager of such establish- cluding agriculture, if he is dis- lot of other things and while a It's only when you get away from now-until I come back.
ment to secure the surrender of the charged from the service. large percentage of our national the U. S. A. that you find out what
book. Each application for discharge I I advertisers don't need ;'to adver- the shootin's really about and what Millions of American boys on our
It will be presumed that an "ar- will be considered on its individual tise, in the old sense, as they have ;you're fighting for.I far flung battle fronts are think-
rangement" exists between a con- merits and no soldier will be discharged nothing to sell; most of them are learned from that .Czech chapin ing similar thoughts to those expressed -
sumer and an establishment if the. unless a suitable trained continuing to do so,' spending mil- London. 'The refugee-the nice in that advertisement. Nash-
-;' consumer has eaten' fourteen or replacement is present and avail- lions of ,dollars on unselfish messages old chap who reminded me of Dad Kelvinator, like other great indus-
more meals in any seven successive able. Special emphasis is placed on to Mr. and Mis. America, en- except for the maimed handsIwas trial organizations, is thinking with
days in the establishment. the point that the provisions for couraging us to buy more bonds, dumb 'enough to ask about it. them, working with them, to pre-
When an arrangement is terminated the discharge of men 38 years old get in the scrap, increase produc-! "I got that," he said, "for writinga serve all that is clean and decent
., (at the time the' consumer and over are subject to revision or tion and do our part. book the Nazis didn't like--;" and great about America. With
ceases to eat fouiteen or more revocation at any time and that If you fan to read the advertisements Then there was the captured German -I them you and I must stand: guard
meals per week: in the establishment acceptance of an application for today you are missing some''of I. pilot who screamed and spit over that corner drug store, that
), the owner or manager of the discharge under the specified con- the best 'reading America has to when Izzy Jacobs offered him a school house and that church..
place shall return the consumer's"War ditions will not be considered as a offer. As an example I present I(cigarette ow do fellows' get that
,Ration book to him, and at promise to release any individual. below a recent advertisement of theNashKelinator way?-And that crazy Polish pilot 2457 Accidents
the time of returning it shall detach Acceptance of an application mere- Corporation of De- -the fellow who rammed the
and destroy the stamps for the ly means that the soldier's request troit. Messeischmitt. After the funeralI Occurred In Florida''

ration periods which expired while will receive consideration. It is It is entitled "Until J Come Back"Most learned what was eating him.
the arrangement existed.If stressed that discharge from the would have been Seems as ..how he had a'I sister in --
a consumer who has sur- under this plan will be publishers to a The 1942 farm accident survey
Army it for nothing---but Warsaw who had been sent '
rendered his book needs. it to ob- glad to run conducted by the Florida Safety
of the
furtherance war
granted in : Nash-Kelvinator paid for. .the space: German OfpcerS' Club. '
tain any product other than a food not right of the Council for Commissioner Mayo,
effort and as a
I to hell Hitler's home to-
j product for which a. stamp may soldier. "UNTIL I COME BACK"'Ve're hope with the cooperation of the Inspec-
and wind perfect.
have been designated as valid, or over 20,000 feet now (the night-light are I tors, Farm Agents and others, for
another War Ration book, it shall coffee's frozen in the thermos) and Yes sir,"' I've met 'em by the 1942 has revealed some very interesting -
be returned to mm temporarily ) that's the Zuyder Zee below. We dozens over heie-guys varped facts concerning the 2457
for these purposes.Honorable must be half, way across Holland. by hate-guys who have had the farm accidents that 'occurred in
Funny thing what happens to a ambition beaten out of 'emguyswho Florida. .
BE 100% old look at you like you were crazy
Of fellow-Those are the same This is a reduction of nearly400accidents
: : Discharge YOUR stars and the same old moon that when you tell 'em" .what: America is from 1941, which undoubtedly -
38 Years Old the girl and I were looking at last like. must be due to the many
Soldiers Christmas-and here I am flying They say America will be a lot farm workers obtaining work in
300 miles an hour in a bubble of different after, l.e'war.. Well, !other ,fields.
Now Being Considered .twil glass, with ten tons., of, T.N.T maybe so., But for me, I know the 290 accidents' and injuries were

Somehow-this isn't the way I score-you learn fast over here. I accounted for by cuts with sharp

:-',; If a soldier, 38 years of age andover imagined it at all,. "the day I enlist I know there's only one decent way instruments.
t I I to ,live in this world-tlie' way my 176 sprains caused by improper
,.:': '; desires to return to civilian ed. Don't get me wrong-sure
'::.. .; I life, such a step/is possible upon : was sore at the Japs 'and the folks lived. and. the''.. -.way.".. I' want'" .to lifting. '. '. i .
-compliance with the provisions of a ON1S Nazis-but mostly it was the. thrill I live. _, .. 310 eye injuries: \

r.." ', War Department order, it was announced of the. Great Adventure. When you find a thing. that 328 accidents involved falls
:.< at headquarters. ; Fourth Well, I know now.-the. real rea- works as good as :that, brother, .:be 88 accidents due to" improper
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AccidentsContinued 248 injuries from improper e..I sons killed in 1942 by tractors than NOTICE OF ANNUAL :\1I.r'/'I'IXG September A D. 1932, has filed same
of hand tools. there were in 1941. OF LAXOOAVXHlt OKSUGAniiAXU in my office and has made applica
DItAIX.S'I'IlICT tion for a tax deed to be issued
( from Page 7)) 147 injuries from improper use I I Realizing that farm labor is thereon. Said certificate embraces
of electricity and wiring. short and the need for manpoweron Notice is hereby given that pur- the following described property in
the County of Hendry, State of FlorIda '
suant to call of the Board of Supervisors :; -
handling of farm machInery. Commenting on the 53 persons our farms, Commissioner Mayo of Sugarland Drainage District to-wit: ,
that accident the Govt. Lot 4, Section 4, Town-
urges every little annual meeting: of the
42 injuries from falling animals killed on the farm whose deaths landowners of Sugarland Drainage ship 43 S., Range 29 E
that bruises tears the
108 injuries from burns. were caused by tractors, improper causes or District for the year 1943 will! be The assessment of the said property
112 : from makeshift lad skin any way should be given Immediate held at the office of said District at under the said certificate issued: was.
Injuries / use of machinery, etc. it
regrettable -
first aid attention. Clewiston, Hendry County, Florida the name of E.. H. Coachman. :
'ers. ,.//JIi that there were more per- Wednesday, January 27 1943, at Unless aid certificate shall be redeemed '",
ten o'clock A. :M., Eastern War Time, according law, the prop
for the purpose of: erty described therein will be sold to
Families May Be Alloted 1. Electing one Supervisor- a I the highest bidder at the court house "I
REPORT OF CONDITION OF term of three years. door on the first "Monday in the
2. Receiving annual reports, and I month of February 1943, which Is -
More By Enlisted Men taking: such action with respect 1, the 1st day of February, 1943.
FIRST. BANK. OF. CLEWISTON thereto as the landowners. de-. Dated this 31st day of December, .
,- termine; and '1942. '
I.. OF CLEWISTON 3. Transacting such other businessas I (SEAL), WILLIAM T. HULL. E I
may come before ,the meeting Clerk of Circuit f
IN THE STATE. OF FLORIDA AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS- ON Officers and enlisted men may Hendry .County, Florid '
DECEMBER $1, J942 now allot more of their monthlypay BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF No. 101-Jan. 1. 8, 15, 22.
to their families under a new .
,: 1< Deane, Duff; -
ASSETS change in army regulations, as President.
rLoalis and discounts (Including no overdrafts) $103,606.32 Dated January 7, 1943. NOTICE. OF APPLICATION" FOR
.. announced by the Army Emergency TAX DEED ,
To be In Issue.s.XOTICI
published! .
United States Government obligations, direct ; Relief Branch headquarters, (Senate' Bill JVo. 163):
and guaranteed .........u.n..u.u.: "- 105,600.00 Fourth'Service' Command, At- A i\
Obligations' of States and political subdivisions 11,920.00 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
Cash, balances with other banks, including lanta Ga. : Ray C. Hull holder of Tax Certifi-
reserve balances, and cash items in processof The new ruling allows enlisted cates No. 159 to 169 'incl. of 1927

collection ..n............................................. ; 636,735.04 men to allot everything but $10 : bers The of annual the Clewiston meeting of Federal the mem-Savings :; 1933 190-191, 86 of of 1928 1926,85.86 has of filed 1932.same 57 of in
Bank premises owned $2,404.86, furniture and my office and has made
month of the total of their and Loan Association will be application
fixtures $2,315.43 ........................................ .;::,, 4,720.29 per held In the office of the Association for'a tax deed to be issued '
'\, base, longevity and foreign service Wednesday afternoon, thereon.
(Bank premises owned are subject to no I Ion January
pay and monetary allowances for 20, 1943, at five. o'clock for the purpose Said certificates embrace the following
liens not assumed by bank) >
ff. of: described
property in the
Real estate owned other than bank premises !.. 2,154.56 dependents toward the support of 1. Election of two directors. County of Hendry, State of Florida,

Other asset, Prepaid Insurance ....................... 146.80 : their families. Previously this 2. Review of the operations of.the to-wit: I
privilege had been limited to the past year. Lots 12 to 16, 21 to 29. 33 to ,

TOTAL ASSETS ....00....................................... .. ,'- $864,883.01 men who were serving outside the 3. ensuing Formulation year.of plans: for the 36 2, ,ec.Block 5, Twp.40 Questend..43 S., Rge.; Gov.29 Lot E.
continental limits of the United 1. Transacting such other busi- The assessment of the said prop-' .
LIABILITIES ness as may properly come before erty under the said certificates issued
States, but the change now makesit the meeting in the
name of Unknown.
Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships,_ ..:
regard- W. C. OWEN Unless said certificates shall be redeemed -
and corporations .......................................... $598,715.96 possible for any soldier, Secretary. according to law, the prop-
Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and .\ less of where he is .stationed to January 8-15 1943. erty described therein will be sold

corporations .................................................. .". 57.00 make the allotment.. to house the door highest on the bidder first at Monday the court in
Deposits of United States Government (including Men may make the allotment for NOTICE OF APPL.ICAT1OX FOIL' the month of February, 1943, which

postal savings) .............................................. 10,000.00 : of'time 'desired under TAXDEED is the 1st day of February. 1943.
t any period (Senate Hill .I 16t I Dated this 31st day of
Deposits of States and political subdivisions .... 186,040.82 o. ) 1942. December
the new ruling while formerly they \
Other deposits ('certified and officers' checks, (SEAL). WILLIAM T. HULL.

etc.) .........................................:.......:..........i... 1,000.80 could designate the period only' as I NOTICE IS HEREP.Y GIVE, That I Clerk of Circuit Court of
TOTAL DEPOSITS ........................................$795,814.58Mortgages six months or longer. C.cate L.No.Couch 137 holder of Tax Certifi- Hendry County, Florida.
'. the 5th day of No. 102-Jan. 1, 8, 15, 22.
or other liens, $ None on bank prem- Officers are entitled to similar I

ises and $ None on other real estate. privileges' and are' in ,addition, allowed -

Other liabilities, Dividends Payable .................... S 750.00 to allot a larger portion of -

their military Previously,
(not including sub-
ordinated obligations shown below) ...... $796,564.58 I officers, )varrant officers and nurses, Air Force
.... had been allowed to allot only Help' Americas ...

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS their base and longevity pay. Now, to Victory-Buy: War Bonds,

Capital* ..............................................;..........................:....:.........$ 15,000.00 they may earmark for dependents, {. ,
'y v: y .i arAVaaaiw47c.cs1Boeing
;gnxaa -
Surplus ..... ................
'''''''?'' '''''''''''" '' .n..u. 35,000.00 in addition to their base and B 17..in Flight
Undivided profits ........................................................................:. 18,318.43 longevity pay, their monthly sub- '

sistence allowance rental allowance e';
TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .............................................$ 68,318.43 44Z IF
and foreign service pay. ,
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TOTAL LIABILITIES. AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ..........$864,883.01This In the case of both officers and / 9 :

enlisted men, however, aviationpay
"* bank's capital consists of $ none of capital notes and and additional pay for para-

Debentures; first preferred stock with total par value of', $ none, total 1 chute duty may not be allotted.
retirable value$ none; second preferred stock with _total par value of
? none, total retirable value $ none; and common stock with total par I
value of $15,000.00. Men of 38-50 EligibleFor

Pledged assets (and securities loaned) (book value) : Guard Service OFFICIAL '
(a) U. S. Government obligations, direct and guaranteed PHOTOGRAPH .Yr
pledged to secure deposits and other lia-

bilities .........................................................................$ 63,500.00 AIR CORPS ?
(b) Other assets pledged to secure deposits and other ORLANDO-eSpecial) Marine I

liabilities (including notes and bills rediscountedand State Headquarters announced to BIG AND POWERFUL !

securities sold under repurchase agreement) .... 3,000.00 day the reopening of enlistmentsin .
the marine reserve, class IV,

(e) TOTAL .....\...................................................................$.... 66,500.00 for guard duty at marine barracksand Your savings account can be big and .
I stations.
Secured and preferred liabilities: I j All navy men between the ages of o'r'r- powerful too thru small I
(a) Deposits secured by pledged assets pursuant to requirements ,

.of law ...................................... .........;:....$ 66,500.00 38-50 are eligible for the guard ,:.- lor
;: regular savings. more
,res rve. After the completion of a .

brief training period at Parris Island

I (e) TOTAL ................................n....................................$ 66,500.00 men will be stationed within pens your savings account :
Subordinated obligations: the continental limits of the
(a) On date of report the required legal reserve against United States.

deposits of this bank was ..............:.........................$159,162.89 '
(b) Assets reported above which were eligible as legal "EYES AND EARS OF ARMY: AInFOnCES" Start The New Year Right

reserve 'amounted ,to ................................................$742,335.04
I, Elbert L. Stewart, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly TO RE BROADCAST

swear that the above statement is true, and 'that it fully and correctly I I
represents the true state of the several matters herein contained and The following radio stations are

set forth, to the best of my knowledge and belief. I I I scheduled broadcast. the "Eyes

Correct-Attest: and Ears of the Army Air Forces."

C. V. PARKINSON, I' They are:
WJNO 7:45
I p. m. Wednesday.
R. E. KURTZ, Directors.
State of Florida WFTL-5:15 p. m. Monday and
County of Hendry, ss:
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 8th day of January, 1943,, Thursday.
and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. I WFTH-900 p. 111. Monday.
(SEAL) MARJORIE H. KELLY, Notary Public. I' .1 WIOD-10:15 p. m. Saturday.

My commission expires March 18, 1944. WKAT 8:30 .
i i p. m. Monday. :: '' 'If.F.lliI !

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I love the f tas thtwave Light js a phenomenon which

so free, PETERB. ( HO CAt-\\ -mAT B1ATTt1DOOPJ: manifests reaches a high itself temperature.when matter Obviously -

High up on buildingseverywhere. when energy is employedin
heating a substance just in or-
,0: \q der that it shall give light, thereis

They look, alive t.r\d PEEVE waste of energy when heat is
produced also. An ordinary electric ,
l d to me.- J light bulb is hot to the touch

And shake. t when it is activated by an electric,
; r current. And the heat it gen-
down courage.through erates is wasted energy.

the. Science has worked for genera-

tions on the problem of producing;

zlr. light without at the same time I
I\"CA ,! O producing unwanted heat. Thel]

k cold light given out by a glow-:
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Beware (WNU Service
Coughsfrom NONE / I

common colds ,

That Hang On $
36 TABLETS 20 100 TABLETS 35*

Creomulsion relieves promptly because .: : 1 WORLDS LARGEST SELLER ATicx
it goes right to the seat of the iA I
trouble to help loosen and expel
germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto 0 Defer ension Claims .
soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed r :: iLuuIICOQ More than 70 per cent of the
bronchial mucous mem-
branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa : 825,000 men over 65 now eligiblefor
bottle of Creomulsion with the un- old-age pensions have deferred
derstanding you must like the way it their claims and stayed on the
quickly allays the cough or you are job. And 24,000 who retired be-
to have your money back.CREOMULSION.
fore Pearl Harbor have droppedoff

the pension rolls and returned -

for Coughs: ,Chest Colds,Bronchitis % to work.

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Feast on Peacock

The peacock was the official IFNOSPCLOGS
Christmas bird'' in early Englandand
until the 16th :
was not replaced

century, when the turkey came DPTONIGHT

into favor. ,

recommend p TODAY ,
> FIGHTERS FLEW I Put 3-purpose Va-tro-nol up each,
nostril. It (1) shrinks swollen
',1'\. '' :.:';-',,' OVER TME( CHANNEL membranes, (2) soothes nasal irritation,
(3) relieves transient con-
i AMP OCCUPIED gestion and brings greater

;\ Relieves pain and soreness o I i FRANCE& breathing the comfort.Follow .Uf ft.VJ!

For relief from the torture of simple directions VA-IRG.IOL
, Piles,PAZO ointment has been famous I in folder.
i. for more than thirty years. Here's why: I
First PAZO ointment soothes inflamed
areas.relieves pain and itching. Second.
, PAZO ointment lubricates hardened 'V
i dried parts-helps prevent cracking and p Depen"ding'Wealthy
soreness.Third.PAZO ointment tends '....,....'.' ." ,., Old Husband Dear,.
to reduce swelling and check bleeding. -} ::: ::?>' :: if I left ?
Fourth it's easy to use. PAZO oint- .... .... would you care you
ment's perforated simple thorough.Pile Pipe Your makes doctorcan application :...:. ,'r::, IiI Sweet Young Wife-How much? : rI

tell you about. PAZO ointment. iHt : ..,
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\ aches and> pains of
1. 1 ARE WE :. 4
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1 i- is used by the,natives for the out- WAITING

;" riggers of their canoes as it is '. FOR"

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ByJ. Urge Bottled[ r traunO'iao-SmaO Size 60t
),fl i If you suffer from, rheumatic painor
muscular aches, buy C-2223 today IT ALL GOOD B80S STORES ir IT MAIL.receipt il bits
for real pain-relieving help. 60c, $1. Millar WattS McNEIL DRUG CO.,Inc.
C-2223 at druggists. Caution: Use 530 Broad Street-Jacksonville.Florida
only as directed. First bottle pur-
chase,price refunded if not satisfied. I


Gather Your Scrapfa ::WNUB' Your Waste Kitchen Fats
. .
WL\-?'--:!' Throw It at Hitler! Are Needed for Explosives




\ Neglect Them M WHITE SATIN! ?; ME.1

Nature designed the kidneys to do a E l
marvelous job.Their task is to keep the t I I
flowing blood stream tree of an excess of / 0l
toxic impurities. The act of living-lift ,
itself is constantly producing waste a o rO
matter the kidneys must remove from
the blood if good heath is to endure. .
When the kidneys fail to function ts o 1 1 / 1
Nature intended there is retention of (
waste that may cause body-wide distress ,
.One may suffer nagging backache d / Sr
persistent headache,attacks of dizziness O'S "
getting up nights, swelling, puffiness b S -
under the eyea -feel tired, nervous, all -
worn out.Frequent. 1 1
,scanty or burning passages
are sometimes further evidence of kidney .
or bladder disturbance.The ) 6 ASK ME WHY THE
recognized and proper treatment
is a diuretic medicine to help the kidneysget AN' / e ? ( MEN WEAR
V develop
rid of excess poisonous body waste. 4 4C -because they help
Use Doa>>', Pills. They have had more '. ". HER WEDDING W&k60 F"AAE.1 proper growth, strong bones and
than of
forty years public approval.Are o
endorsed the country over. Insist ODDoan' :,.,f sound teeth! Scott's Emulsion is
,. Sold at all drug stores EVENT W A WOMAMS ( 'b rich in natural A and D Vita-
: I '' mins-and so good-tasting.Also,
'' WHITE! ; : 4 times easier to digest than

plain cod liver oil! ,,Buy today!
Recommended by Many DoctorsEMULSION
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Features \ Glyn Sp1lrnr I .- lift a Wif&Kt ufi tfjib n If



The man who was applying for a%
is the summons against the people next I
great setter of stand.irds door was very angry. .. I BARGAINSthat
I. > in American "What's the trouble?" asked themagistrate's
business liCe. Advcr-

used goods are the "Every night clerk.this week they have will save you many a

c standard bywhich you been banging on the wall and yelling dollar will escape you if
spend your income, o'clock in the fail to read carefully and
confident or at me till two morn- you
getting regularly the advertising of
I your money's worth ing. Policeman-Hey, you just left herea merchants ,. >
noise local c
every day. "Dear, dear! And does the ,minute
I Jean-What kind of rock would keep you awake?" ago.
this is? "No," explained the applicant, Driver-Yeah, but I went the
you say PAPER]
back to tarn IN THIS
; John-I don't know, I just take it "but I can't enjoy my pianoplayingwith wrong way and came
1 for granite. all that noise going on." around.




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... :--:..:..:..;..:..:..:..;.;..;..;..:..:..;..:..:..:..;..:..: ..:..:..:..:.. RATIONING_ air observer stations. DRUNKEN: DRIVER I east of LaBelle. \
Lt. Tlsher said thata t-dditlon Tillis
was apparently unhurt
CALENDAR to several national radio broadcasts (Hendry County News). McCall
Deputy said
I though car,
With held recently that weekly radio Wiley Tillis of Pahokee was arrested a '41 Chevrolet sedan, was badly
COFFEE program concerning news events of Saturday afternoon on high- wrecked. He was released on a

Coupon Xo. i8 became 'valid Jan. posts in this area would be inau- way 25 on a charge of "driving $100 cash bond to appear at the :

t a 4, will be good foi1 pound ofcoffee gurated soon. The South Florida while drunk" by Deputy Sheriff next term of county court, and the- I

Our Boysin until Feb. 8. Do not at- posts will soon, also, have their own II. H. McCall after he was found car was brought In by the LaBelle
tempt to use ration book issued to newspaper which will contain itemsof with his car turned over four miles 1 Motor Company wrecker
t Interest from each post'and each
a child of lo years or under Check -- - -
theSeryice will bs made when book Xo. 2 is issue will contain the history of - -

issued.! each post. Any social, functions !

which might be held by the per- I i
SUGAR sonnel of the various posts will be I

Coupon Xo. 10 good for 3 poundsof printed as well as human interest WANTED i !
stories from the posts. Arrange- I
sugar through Jan. 31.
GASOLINEJan. ments were made while here to havea 20 men. Production Control Department to do production i
brief history of the local post
........... expediting.Age !
..:..:.-o.o.-: : : : : : written for this paper.
21 last day _for using nunrher \
While publicity was frowned 23 to 55. Draft exempt or 3-A classification
up- << or better.
3 in "A" books. Number
service is at coupon -
News of the boys a
on for a time by the Army, Lt.
:low ebb this week; though the items 4 coupon becomes valid .Tan. Tishler said, recently much more Men experienced in architecture, building, shop or factory
22. Holder of II or C book thate.plres
Ve do have are interesting ones. latitude has been given to'the release practice or engineering most valuable. Must be able to read
Leroy Hare, who recently was accepted in January. may get renewal of news stories concerningthe blueprints.

: into the air corps, is at tOI'ln'now. service. I I

Kessler Field, Mississippi. He pass- Jan. 3t last day that Temporary"T" It is planned also to award ALso need wood'' machine operator, aeronautical and tool \

'ed the examinations for entrance .coupons will be issued clirect- citations, medals, etc., to spotters engineer..
"into radio trade school and has Ij bj rationing( boaixLs. Beginning with outstanding records, the officer I
ambitions to be a radio man x>n Feb. t "T" rations will be issued -
said. As this is a branch of the ; Write or wireA. i
bomber. Good luck, Leroy. ou the basis of ODT Certificates of I
'R Army and the only section ,in which
War Necessity. Farmers should F. SWIFT-Employment Manager I
civilians play an important part, it
see county agents about extra gasoline ,
Earl Hingson writes home that he is believed that they should be rewarded Babcock Aircraft Corporation

has ,a short furlough of four days,' for their service the 'sameas I

which isn't enough to come home,'I[ TIRES I soldiers. on the battlefield. DeLand, Florida i I

so he's sight-seeing in New York -- -
Motorists must have auto tires
'City.: Earl has made four J trips inspected by .Tan. 31. t! Registrants WithDependents I

'across':them was the stricken Atlantic,with and appendicitisten on one of Period 2 FUEL coupons OIL still good for I May .-.'...'.'..'...'-.'...'.......'...'......'........._.................'...'...'........_........................................ .....-.......'....'................_..........................................- \

days out at sea. The routine 10 each. Pe-riod'3 X y \
gallons coupons
he says, for appendicitis is the same ha'e'been cut to 9 gallons each. Volunteer for ServiceUnder j: CLEWISTON ;
home and he I
'on board a ship as at Period 2 coupons good thru Jan.I I
excellent treatment in
received as .
26. Period 3 coupons good thru .
the ship's surgery as he would have : certain conditions reg- }
Feb. 19. Period become!
in the finest 'hospital on land. The valid :Feb. 6. Period 3 coupons I istrants with dependents may volunteer :. GOLF COURSE :

operation was also routine, and he usable now. for induction jnto the :t: "_ :(
Is well and 'on duty again. RATION BOOK 1 armed forces, said General Vivian ,
:: :< -
..-- Collins, State Director of_ Selective ,-., r;;'; -/, Public Invited :": :'

Phelix Slonaker is recuperating Jan. 15 last day to obtain. Book Service.A I -& Y}>, _. '0'''' 1,. ::' ,, :: i

at Fort Behning from a broken recent in Selective Service '
1. Must have Ration Book 1 to
foot,. which; happened when he got regulations provides that men : : -
get Ration Book 2. ; : .
tangled 'up in another fellow's who have reached the eighteenth I. r -

'parachute line after landing. Phelix anniversary of the day of their III ; 1
School Board HoldsOrganization I : ,
Vas home on furlough recently. birth and who have not reachedthe I ; ,

"He's in the parachute battalion and thirty-eighth day of ,their birth ;:

'is helping teach the fine art of MeetingThe may volunteer at the local board for

jumplng.:: He's doing nicely but'won't induction into the land or naval .; 0:,': Greens reseeded and ; -', ;_
; getting
jump again till the foot is forces. This change further pro- ... ....' ;
school board held an or-

veil. ganization meeting Friday! night at III-A vides or that Class a 'registrant III-B who volunteers in Class :: ':. :,.; -,;,better every day 'o, ::

the courthouse, but as only two
for induction shall not be con- :: ,:: .'
in :- -
lnews dispatch yesterday'spaper members were present no businesswas .=-; ::

tells of mail of the to the increasing Army: Post congestion attended, to. (_ sidered be placed as being in a deferred class immediately and may :: ':;<',)E. "E. Leonard, golf pro and *

'Offices abroad. So those of Dillon Hall of LaBelle district available for military service if: :r <' ',.' on :::

who are sending packages 'to you the was made chairman and the other!' His induction will not result in undue ;. ., ';greens;; keeper will. be the, .,t;.

)hays 'across the water should watch member present was M. O. Allen, hardship, to his dependents; :_: ;; ><: job at clubhouse and on the't
1lot' the regulations. The postal of Felda. A. O. Ward went out and he is not a man who shouldbe c
new I Dec. '31 and his successor, E. M. IIClass .
classified in Class ,
Marines I -
service of the Army, Navy and course starting Saturday ,.
is doing wonderful job of Cornette, Clewiston district was too II-B or Class II-C when his dependency -, I
a y I
I -
ill to attend. A recess was taken]] i
mail to these boys, and the status is disergarded i I
getting until such time as he would be! : ': -' '. '
folks back home should co-operate \' A registrant may volunteer for i I I 'f f : Jk'
able. to be present. ; ,
; '
In. every possible'way.. Mail is oneof induction only through his own local I ,_ .
the greatest morale builders in board. If he is so far' away j i. -.:',2.:".' ': I,":' ':;j'Y" '.. "

,the world and every boy across the List of Donors I that appearing at his own local -

water deserves every item of mail : ( board would be a hardship, he may '!

'that can reach him. Be sure-every i go to the nearest local board and '
I (Continued from Page 1) I this board will assist him in 'corresponding I: 1
letter and every package is properly : Charles Owens, $1.00; Dan Pad 1 YEARLY MEMBERSHIP-
and clearly addressed, so no ,with his own local boardin
gett $2.00;; C. V. Parkinson, $2.00; ;
'valuable space will be wasted by an order that the necessary procedure -
Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. PattersonI! DAILY GREEN FEES
item that is undeliverable. Be sure : might be .expedft d. i
$3.00; Mr. and Mis. W. W_ Perry,I i
that packages conform to whatever '
$2.00; Mr. .and Mrs. Charles M. .
regulations the postal'senice re IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID ? M VV q
V ? ? V T VV-:
Miss Poor
I $2.00; Josephine ,
'01\1 es ts. They are limiting the size -
$2.00; Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt,
again so that' more packages can be .
$1.00. ----
taken across. i -
i. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. !

We are concerned with a part of $2.00; Mr. and Mrs. Rackstraw'i THE OLD JUDGE' SAYS. ; ,

'the news dispatch which stated that Reeves, $1.00; Mr. and Mrs. JosephsRobbins [| __ .... I

:Newspapers could be sent to boys $2.00; Mr. and Mrs. P.I, Jm :. +,- .. ,

''Overseas only when directly requested Rodriguez, $1.00 ; Mr. and Mrs. J. :,: ;' ", ,-.{':- ': -:-,
: :
; ;
or subscribed to by the boys K: Rodgers, $1.00; Mr. and 1\Irs.j t ,,-::,' .. -- ';:S i:: ;
themselves. One of our greatest L. C. Rosenberg, $1.00; Mr. .- -, :: 1. .

'Measures has been sending the Newsto Mis. Jack Schopenhauer, .$1.00; Qcq : ;: ; .

the, boys in service, free ofharge Mr. and Mrs. A.V.. Sias, '$2.OO ; I = 1s\ = : "

We will continue that as Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Small, $2.00 Mf\ ; L' r
long as finances and government < -
Mi. and Mrs. Dennis'Sm'all, $1.00; ( -
Yegulations will permit. But you, Mr. and Mrs. Hub Spooner, $2.00;
boys In service who haven't: written '( :\
:Mr. and Mrs. Elbert L. Stewart, 1 \1'
us, giving your address and asking ,
$2.00: ; Mr. and Mrs. Selden LJ I .
for the paper will have to Stewart, $1.00; Mr. .and Mrs. G. D.I| : -- ;- :- !..,

'WJ: te 1such a letter to us if you are Thomas, $2.00; Mr. and MrsF.. J.: ,,".' -
to receive it overseas. We will be
:Tokieda, $1.00; Asa Townsend,
Required to have the request and $2.00; Mr. and Mrs. H. H Turner, I'

'to put a special stamp and address I $2.00; Mr. and Mrs.' G. Willis Ty- !

'on each newspaper sent across. son, $2.00; United States Sugar I

No direct instructions have yeti Corporation, $10.00; Mr. and Mrs. b-41' 1s

reached us on this matter, but it H. T. Vaughn, $2.00 ; Mr. and Mrs. I "

would \be well for the boys to write M. E. Von Mach, $2.00; Mis. E. O. ,,

in their requests at once in order I Ward, $1.00; Dr. C. E. Weaver, I

that we may continue to send the, 1.00; Blitz Wegman, $2.00; Nann _'
paper overseas. Whidden, $1.00; Mrs. Ruth Wilcox, i

." $1.00; Mr. and Mrs. R. C., Wilson, ,:: 't, '
No Pleasure Driving l $2.00; Mr. and Mrs. Woodward, \

$1.00; Miscellaneous, .76. Total, ?

Violations Reported $196.76. I : \

______ 'I t i m Every cent of this money goes to ':,: :\,.:' :

News Florida Tuberculosis and Health ,'" '
Hendry County ) TII1
Association headquarters In Jack- -
"With pleasure driving ,out for the sonville and is'placed with over ." ., T-:
present, local law enforcement officers ,
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$111.000 from the other counties in -
report a fine cooperation by "
the state. From this entire fund
the public in all sections of Hen- ,
I citizens of Hendry County receive
'dry County
direct and indirect benefits. '

Call Chief said Deputy he remained Sheriff a H.long H. time Mc-1 m F. DEANE DUFF" Chairman. ,"A lot ot storekeepers in town are worry- gun powder and synthetic rubber for the

near the theatres and other placesof I I II ing about being able to get help these days, government. -

amusement in Clewiston Saturday -!I Publicity SoughtOn Judge. Men are mighty\scarce and gettin' "Makes me think back to the days before

night and there were no cars i' more so all the time." repeal;when a powerful number of people .

parked near them.. Most people out Warning Posts "I know. Even the big companies are were making'liquor, too...only they:were .L .

seemed to be walking.The I I having quite a job, getting them. Yep, and a bunch of law-flouting criminals doing it :-

same spirit of cooperation I I Lt. J.:I, M. Tishler, in charge of they need 'em too. Take the beverage distilling behind closed doors. And the government

"was noticeable in LaBelle. Few,?rj I publicity for the Ground Observer companies for example..they needa wasn't collecting a billion dollar excise tax ,'

"cars were parked on the streets and Section of the Miami Air Defense lot of manpower. Though they're not either. Ever stop to wonder where the government t

'there appeared to be less travel excepting -'!! Region and Sgt. B. S. Fisher, were making whiskey any more, they're doing a could get all its war alcohol today -

for the purpose of buying here Wednesday. to, instruct officials 24-hour-a-day job of turning out alcohol for if it weren't for the beverage distillers?'} "d|

food and other supplies. j i I of the local- AWS post in details ofa

Up until today there were .no' new publicity effort which is beIng -

violations ported by the sheriff's made to acquaint everyone/ with Conftrtnet of Alcoholic Btttragi ItulJJSJiu.lIGF -.
office. the purpose and the work of the i
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