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 29, 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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ProductionUnder As Red Cross Instructors
Is Speeding


, the direction of Mrs. W. Only one or' two of those who I

HERE FEBRUARY 6 A. ,Davis of, loyal as supervisor Red Cross, a workers small TEXACO BLDG.The took the Red Cross instructor's RE-DISTRICT COUNTYThe

course in first aid here last week
who live in and near the Barracks
., --- record for the produc- under Harry Kenning, field representative
have set a office of the Clewiston Ration meeting of the Clew'istollVoter's
Oliver who heads the dance
A. Of
: dressings for the of the American Red
of tion of surgical Board, which has, been located League was held last Fr>
celebration i
committee .for the armed forces that any group may Cross failed to be certificated as
I since its opening in the Hopkins day night at the high school auditorium -
the President's Birthday states this envy. There are seven regular instructors at ,the close of the with Chairman Carl H.
I Building, moved on Monday to the
week that plans are being completed ,workers in this group,-ladies who building formerly occupied by the course and it was largely due to I I'Berner presiding and "a good attendance -

for the barn dance which report for work every, time the roomis failure to attend every class that of citizens. "
Station from
Texas Service across
will be held here as a' President's I 'opened as regularly as they these failed to get through. I I
Hendry County Motors and about Mr. Berner' stated that the pur-
evening.Mr. report office or other
Ball next Saturday would toan
i midway between the two business The completion of the course pose of the meeting was to de-
: Oliver said that indications job. Seven others give of their districts. I provides a large number of quali- termine the action which the leagueor
that the is going time as they are able and have i I
are now response fied and certificated instructorsfor its representatives could take in
The was made in good time
to be far ahead of what had helped in the work. move first aid in the area and it is regard to more equitable

been hoped for and that it might Since January fourth, when and only one day of service was likely that classes will be held'so I of Clewiston citizens represgn'tation in the
lost the office opening for business
resumed after the ,
work was
yet be necessary to stage the danceIn that everyone who wishes may re- handling of county affairs.W. .
Christmas holidays, this group of Tuesday morning. Carl H. Berner
the Sugarland Park Auditorium ceive the standard courses under
have completed 24,003 donated a truck to move the equip- I C. Owen quoted some facts
would be room. women
where there more one of these instructors. Many of
week made ment and forms and labor was do- and figures relative to the county
scheduled for bandages. Last they
dance is them
So far the were teachers in the school
4,800 while the surgical dressingroom nated by Standard and Gulf Service I budget and expenditures and in
the High School auditorium and and their knowledge will at once
in town with facilities for Stations, Hendry County Motors regard to tax valuations.Mr. .
tickets are now on sale at most be passed on to the students in a
places of business in the community three or four times as ma'ny and H. J. Oglesby to clean up the course to be held February' 7th to i Berner pointed out that

The school auditorium was workers, made only 1,000. building and arrange the equip- 12th. fiftYfive"per cent of the popula-

chosen because it is centrally located The steady workers, in additionto ment. tion"of the county is in District No.
Mr. Kenning continued to Punta
and may be reached easilyby Mrs. Davis, are Mrs. D. A. Olden, The new location, besides givinga Gord'a 1 and that this district has only
for a class this week and
walking, one of the most important Mrs. Ross Tolbert, Mrs M. C. great deal more room for Mrs.R. one representative on the board of
was scheduled to have been in West
"" factors to be considered in Sweat, Mrs. M. C. Baldwin, Mrs. C. Nowling and Mrs. E. C. Mills, county commissioners. On the
Palm Beach next week. However
,,'", ,this period of curtailed pleasure Joseph Cud reaux, Mrs Mary Calyer. clerk and assistant clerk, to car- it is" understood that he has sud' basis of population he felt that the

'. driving. Others who have helped part time ry on their work,'is more centrally district is entitled to demand the
denly been ordered \
to reportfor
:. Every effort is being made to are Mrs. Philip Thielen, Mrs. Phil- located and more 'easily accessibleto war Red Cross work and was forc- redistricting of the county so that

: lippi, Mrs. C. A. Martinez, Mrs. pedestrians.The j the Clewiston area ,has two commissioners -
affair I
: make the dance a community ed to turn the Palm Beach class r

F and both round and square dancing Maxie Moody, Mrs. John Hawkins, office is badly, in need of over to someone else. |I representing Clewiston
l Mrs M. C. Guess and Mrs John is I alone and a third representing apart
: will be enjoyed. It will be most another desk and the board

;,' informal and everyone is urged to Lucca. I[ hoping that someone has one they of this district and part of the

, ,;" wear only everyday street clothes. are not using which will be List of Hosts For I balance of county. The 1940

': For those who do not dance there First Aid To BeTaught donated.: population shows, he said that of

will be bingo tables with defense I Center Exhausted,I the total county poulation district

offered No 1 had 2,883 at that time and is
( stamps as prizes and other In School
-- much larger now. Prospects are
: entertainment. .TOURNEYCONTINUES
, Mr. Oliver was'appointed by BOWLING I. S. Bell, Jr., stated this week I also that the population of this

(, Elbert L. Stewart, chairman of the Principal R. W. Turk of the that unless, new volunteers come,'' district will increase at a much

Hendry County Infantile Paralysis Clewiston school stated this week DESPITE forward very shortly to act as hosts,, faster rate than other sections of
the county.: He stated that it was
that a first aid class would be con-
". chapter,, to head the dance com- or hostesses at, the open night par- his thought'and recommendation
ducted in the school from February
mittee and others this committee
on 1
ties at the Community: Center it that since redistricting had to originate
} are being named by the American 5 to the 12th which every high CURB ON DRIVINGDespite

:". Legion, Kiwanis Club and school student would be required I will be necessary to start doubling I with the board of county

;' '. ---'c,;. ; ;various women's organizations. to take. Textbooks have been back on the list of those who have commissioners it would be properto

'r!../' -' X; A team of horses has been obtained dered and are expected to be, 01'-1 the curb on pleasure already served and it was hoped have a committee at the next
hand by the date set for classes meeting of the board with facts and
that it would not be to
'I : necessary
-":. ( : and they will be hitched to driving which forced the postpone -
figures and a request ,that the
;_::. "j; a 'large wagon for an oldfashionedhayride : begin.Grades; through ten will be I:ment of several matches in the; have each one serve so often. board .initiate the necessary actionto
. feature bowling tournament January 30 is the last date
as a' of, the fun present
given the Junior but the redistrict the county. He said
course ;
are spoken for when Mr. and Mrs.Gene .
: first the bowlers
program. 'the.
members of, the Junior and Senior he also felt that if, as he had been
:i'! : 1 accustomed to -" Powers will act as host and
;; :' This affair will give''' 'the'"people classes will be given the Standard advised. 'the board did not feel

\;, i: ,t: Clewiston and the,' ..surrounding! Coursew: and ,those, completing' the and the league play is continuing hostess. The affairs have been very disposed to lend'' an.. attentive ear
"- area a chance to as usual. well attended by the! young<< peo-
have. a' pre-war: work satisfactorily will' be given I that the next'action would be to
good time at slight expense and the certificates. Nearly all the -National League ple with the larger crowds on Fri- have Rep. E. L. Stewart introducea

satisfaction of 'knowing that every Almost all teachers in the schoolare I matches are played, up to schedule day and Saturday night. Many of bill which Would require that all

dime raised is going to a worthy now qualified as instructors but the American League, com- the cadets from Riddle Field have commissioners be voted on by the

r' cause, the national fight against since completion of the course given posed of teams from the sugar taken advantage of the center be- county at large. '

" infantile paralysis. Half of the house, has had more difficulty in ing open these evenings.So .
by Harry Kenning, Red Cross Field Rep. E. L. Stewart was present
, money raised in this drive remains Al-I arranging shifts to play their matches far those who have served as
: I representative here last week. and remarked that this was the
'.: : In the chapter treasury and half I !though Prof. Turk was confinedto and some are as yet so far behind' host' or hostess since the openingare first meeting he had attended but

, goes into the treasury of the Nat- that statistics mean little. At this as follows, Mr. and Mrs. Bell
week illness
his bed most of the by felt sure that if the matter were
*':;' Tonal Foundation. time the Doolittles and Night Owls having served several times: Mrs.C. .
, Mr. Kenning went to his ,home properly presented to the board
'r.e. this M. Pirkle Mrs. W. L. Lott, Mrs.
t are tied for first place in ,
and gave him the instruction in or- that they would be very receptiveand

1- ;< Brown Named Director :der that he could complete the leaguewith .858. John C. Ziler, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. would take kindly to the sug-

I course. In the National League the Rogers, Mr. and Mrs I. S. Bell, Jr., gestion of redistricting the countyon
; 11< "- At Kiwanis A first Grease Monkeys PMS team with Mrs. C. E. Bailey, Mrs. W. A. :
: Meeting aid film was shown to an equitable basis
; t' I Davis, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, 'Mr. and I '
the school children W. L. is leading
\ yesterday on Brantley as captain, Commissioner Glen Etherton
L 4 x'losses' Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mrs.. M. M. Pre-, I gave
I their. visual education machine and I with fifteen ,wins, J I some information concerning the
:i< G. ,H. Brown was elected, at 'the I witt, Mrs. H. McDuffie, Mrs. W.
was again shown last night for the and an average of, .714. The Nut budget and expenditures and clear-
:--:,. :, weekly meeting of the Kiwanis Club1.1 Benefit of the public. A third Busters, also a PMS team, Tubby H. Lanier, Mrand Mrs. Frank E. ed two items ,which on
one or
;*;'r: Wednesday evening, /director of for with 13 Conkling, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
I showing was made this morning Owens, captain, is second the face were not quite clear to
>:, '" the club to replace G. E. Ethertonwho Vaughn, Mrs. W. D. King, Mr. and
; -.: the IL S. Engineers.Squadron wins, 5 losses and a ,.619 average; voters of this area as to the commissioner's -
(! :. was elected vice-president at I Thomas Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mr. and Mrs.C. .
the Juniors, Eric' captain, motive and intent., He
:;; .:", the last meeting. H.: Berner, Mr. and 1Irs.J.. F.
Leader Hill have 11 wins, 7 losses and a .611 also stated that he attended every
I Morrison Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
,",:' ;: The meeting time was largely average; the Hawks; an office team, meeting of the board and had suf-

;i'.:,:,.'",::-: taken up this week with report Speaks To Boy Scouts A. O. Oliver captain, have 12 wins, Vaughn, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Crow Mrs, ficient room for at least four people -
j Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen and 'I
from the various committee chairmen 9 losses and .571 average; the Research .I ... yin his car should they wish to

.- concerning work done and team Dr. Dick Wylie cap I Jack Schopenhaur.? attend the meetings.

' t contemplated during the tain, have 10 wins 8 losses and a I
year. Squadron Leader A. G. Hill, I A committee composed of E. E.

'", :' Following the committee reports Royal Air Force second' officer 'at .555 average; the Real Estate team, I Children's HomeQuota 1 Kelly, Thomas Waldron and W. C.

' :. there was an open forum to discuss Riddle 'Field made a talk to Boy Sandy Bell Captain, have 9 wins'l Owen was appointed by: the chairman -

; matters of civic interest and Scouts of the Palm Beach districtat 12 losses and an average of ; Is $65.00Hendry to make a study of popula

pertaining to Kiwanis affairs. their district" meeting in West I the Eagles, another office team j I tion figures and to present the

It is announced that a discussion Palm Beach Tuesday night. headed by Charles Lovvorn have 5 matter of redistricting to the boardat

v-,." of the Clewiston Voters' Lea The speaker told of the out- ':' wins, 10 losses and a .33 average; I County's quota to be its next meeting on February 2.
the Sugars, an all-girls team, with raised for the year 1943 for the
gue will be given break of the war and the Battleof
at the meeting The resignation of Mrs. P. M. Mc-
Children's Home Society of Flor-
Miss Florine Moore captain, have
next Wednesday night by Carl H. Britain as well as the part Boy I
Of this Intyre as secretary was ,acceptedand
failed to win a game out of eigh- ida has been 'set at $65.
Berner and that a Charter Night Scouts have played and are play- Mrs. Mary Moore Markettewas
amount LaBelle is asked to contribute -
s program Is being arranged for ing in World War II. His talk I teen starts but are gamely trying. I and Clewiston $40. elected to succeed her.
$25, .
February 10, the eleventh birthdayof was very similar to that given be- High individual average bowlers I II I '
superintendent -
the Clewiston club. fore .the' Glades-Hendry district at I in the National League are as follows -! Marcus C. Fagg, state
I of the home society, reports New British OfficerAt
HAF Cadet Perkins ofRiddle a meeting in Moore Haven re- : Sugar' Agnes Waters 113
that the quotas for coun-
and Mary Johnson 108 (Waters 9
" Field l : cently.
: was visitor and entertain I Florida "in 1942 over-
ties in were Riddle FieldG.
ed with games and, Johnson 18)) ; Juniors, i
a number of
, piano selec- scribed practically 50 per' cent, and
:,: tions. W. A. Walker of West Palm Four Billion Feet Of Eric Thomas 186 _and Philip Mc-'I that LaBelle with a quota of $25
,' Estate
: :': Leod 163; Real Sandy Bell
Beach was also a visitor. raised $42.80, while Clewiston Greaves. Royal Air Force officer
L' 163 and W. C. Owens 141 ; Hawks,
Timber Treated In 42 I asked to contribute
': A. O. Oliver 138 and Ken Swayne which was arrived Wednesday after-

Mrs. .Beardsley Resigns 131 ; Nut Busters, Curtis Thompson -' $40 went $5 over the top and noon from California to take over
accounted for $45, plus '$5 jn kind.
GAINESVILLE, Jan. 27-FNS) 147 and Charles Owens 144 ; the post of Wing Commander at
As Home EC Teacher Research, Dr. Wylie 167 and Clar- The total quotas for all the t
-Huge increases in volumef
Riddle Field succeeding
lumber treated in 1942 compared ence Neilsen 144; Eagles, Charlie counties in the state (except' Du- '

,;- with 1941 shown in ': Lovvorn 155 and W. E. Dilley 132; I ival, Dade, Broward, Monroe, Es- Commander T. 0.- Prickett who
were a
"Mrs. Hannah Beardsley has checkup'at the Gainesville yearend Grease Monkeys: Wilbur Montgomery ,cambia and Hillsobrough, in which left there yesterday to' return to

.' Banded" in her resignation as teacher -I wood preserving plant of the American 157 and W. 'L. Brantley 146. j counties funds :were raised through combat service in England. -

- of nome economics in the Clew' Lumber and Treating Company Statistics on the American League. I Community Chests and other methods Commander Prickett came to. the

lstOll'school effective today, the end according to superintendentN. will be given a little later. ) amounted to 3580000. The field here about three or four

l. of the first semester, and will leave A. Meserve. The Juniors have the high game amount raised In 1942 was $47- months ago to complete a six

shortly to Join her husband, Lt. J.I. Four billion board feet of timber average for the tournament with 1500.00, with $6,147.00 in foodstuffs months rest period, following! actionin

l "W. Beardsley, in Gainesville I and wearables, making a Libya. The six months periodis
I I I treated. in 1942 represents the Im- 712 pens and Eric Thomas cap-
1,:. The board of trustees and school! portant" role played by wood in the tain of this team, has the high grand total of $53,647.00.MAKING now up and he will return to

board are making every effort to year since Pearl Harbor, it was score for tournament play of 242. combat duty. It is understoodthat

secure a' successor for Mrs He also holds the for AUDIT Commander Greaves has also
I pointed out by J, F. Linthicum, high mark
Beardsley and hope to do so in\ president of the A. L, & T. Co., the alleys to date, 279. been in action and is being_ sent

time to prevent the loss of anytime I which operates a total of 11 plants I Leading this month's high individual Frank Meyer of the firm of here for a six. months' rest.

b by the classes.Lt. I throughout the ,country. scoring is Ray Sullivan Heinz and Heinz, certified public Commander Reaves was accom-

Beardsley will spend this Linthicum said that if government with a 269. Millie Bourhe is high I accountants of West Palm Beach, panied by Mrs. Greaves and their

week-end at his home ;hire and( construction slackened this for girls with 156 and Dickie Mc-; is here this week making an an- son and they have taken the

Mrs. Beardsley is planning to accompany -.1 summer some lumber might be Leod has. a high duck-pin score of I nual audit of the books of the Cityof Henrickson apartment vacated by

him back to Gainesville. 1 available for .private use. 148. Clewiston. Commander sand Mrs. Prickettj .

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Stamping Out TotalitarianismWith

R Dna Victory Bonds and, StampsAfter

w cep aN
you lay down your money for' your war stamp or bond

you feel the tingle of a patriotic fervor as you sense that your investment GE SCREEN ADIO iWNUSen'cr

will help some soldier to wash the blot.of totalitarianism By VIRGINIA VALE
C. Released
Washington, D. by Western Newspaper Union
REVISE WARSHIP PLANS from the face of the earth. But have you ever examined your WALTER WINCHELL /, on a tour of

Due in part to the fact that the stamp or bond carefully? This is the picture story of the careful CBS' Stage Door Canteen will duty absence outside, contributors Continental will U.substitute.S. During bit

U. S. navy had not had opportunityto planning and painstaking effort that went into them. Did you no- the vehicle through which
profit from the experience of en- Bert Lytell, once a movie idol,
tice that Minute Man: for instance war savings stamp? Items Which
gaging in any major naval battles on your will return to films. The movie

between 1812 and 1942, some of under our Topnotch artists first created.him; special government-trained en- version, produced for United : rwt SHOULD KNOW
biggest and fastest ships now
cut the design free-hand on steel plates. The was l
construction are being revised. gravers paper Artists by Sol Lesser, will bringus

The main factor being changedin subjected to the most rigid tests for tensile strengthand abilityto a host of celebrities, includ- ABOUT THE JAPSBy

the blueprints is extra_ precaution withstand folding. Ink was tested for color and liability ing Katharine, Cornell, who's

against fire. to fading. After printing, your stamp was counted and inspectedby shunned the films so far, and James R. YoungWho i
This is the lesson learned from
the aircraft_ carriers Wasp and Lex- exactly 29 people before it left the bureau of engraving and Lunt and Fontanne, Tallulah Bank- Was 13 Years in Tokyo for INS.

ington, and the cruiser Boise, all printing. head, and scores of .others. Lytell MAYLING SOONG FOUNDATION,
fire after the direct dam- has been so busy with stage and the
swept by Depicted here are honoring First Lady of China,
age of battle. -- radio engagements of recent years established by her many friends in
some of the steps in
Since'' then the bureau of ships that he's had no time for pictures. this country, has been given further

has made a study of fire hazards, the making of a bondor .r.-, impetus by Wellesley College alum-

finding that even an all-steel vessel stamp. Orson Welles isn't trying to set a nae on her arrival here 25 years aft-

can be swept by fire when tremendous Right : With the new fad,with that shock of long hair er her graduation.TWO .
heat is engendered, as from exploding sketch model the that
as a he's wearing at "Ceiling Un-
shells and burning oil and as k b v v, limited" JAPS former students in the
engraver cut the die by f 4 rehearsals. He's letting his ,
gasoline. I hair grow at, the request of 20th United States, are reported handlingthe
hand. He used
New plans call for elimination of no
Century-Fox for his role of "Roches- 12,000 man Jap invasion army
linoleum flooring, substitution of transfer or tracing I ter" in their version of "Jane units in Northern Japan. These men
spun glass for cork in insulation, decrease "
methods. Engravers Eyre. would specialize in a follow up, after
in paint, and elimination of {
combat in
worked six --E-' troops, commandeeringradio
for two to
interior woodwork. Also, there will stations
months the George Montgomery will do one telephone switch- li
be larger fire hose and better fire on steel boards
gasoline stations
highways: ,
more picture before he goes into
fighting equipment generally. plate. railways, bus lines and power I
the service it's in "Bomber'sMoon
Navy hopes to put an end to the ; houses. One is Lieut. Henry Shi- I
grief of losing ships by fire after opposite Annabella- the' manouchi, a former San Francisco

they have survived the battle. '..m : _m.. '" "" ,, ....._ .'<"K resident, and as of Dec. 7, 1941, in
Note: In the War of 1812, fire wasa charge of Japan's so-called cultural \
real hazard to wooden ships. But h4.., / society in Rockefeller Center. The

in the Civil war theonly real en- other, Capt. Frank Matsumoto, was
gagement was between the Monitorand athletic director of Waseda Univer-
Merrimac which were not much sity in Tokyo who entertained I
bigger than modern escort vessels.In ing American college and visit'I'I

the Spanish-American war, there sional l athletic teams. '
were no real naval battles and only f -
one life was lost at Santiago, whenan
A BICYCLE the chief of
American sailor fell down a hatchon
n { transportation in
the Texas. In the World war, the Shanghai, now
+ costs in Chinese
U. S. navy got in too late to partici- /' $10,000 currency.
The Japs, pre-Pearl Harbor, were
pate in any naval activities other M %
fy rZr a the world' largest bike,manufacturers -
than work.
convoy --<"II'-::' '''' tiib I Ik1rfjr' -making them from processed

FDR'S SURPRISEOne Designer here isworking American scrap at $3 apiece and

thing that didn't get out about the $5 selling them on a one year install-
ment plan to the natives of Indo-
the "surprise" party at the White 'tt
House for Speaker Sam Rayburn, onSam's stamp. China, Siam and Malaya. In the
: drive on Singapore, Bangkok'' and
61st birthday, was a little ,,_
-.; ;. : *'1-tf'q! UUM Rangoon, the Japs seized the bicycles -
frill added by the President.
ff h::,
? MONTGOMERYstory and their
GEORGE literally peddled
,fi .%.J7fil 1J.
Rayburn was called to the White ', ,
: "J,
:.'1"M1.-W." >* ';, ,-, way through the peninsula. Tokyo
House with other congressional lead- Above: A laboratory tech- of an American pilot who's shot has an estimated 2,200,000 bicycles.Few .

ers ostensibly to discuss the legis- nician examines the down in Germany. Do you wonder have coaster brakes, which are .
lative for the session. paper ...
program new that what to
Hollywood's wondering the costliest part. The ingenious Jap
But when the arrived all but fibers through microscope.
group a for ?
use leading men manufacturers decided to leave off
Rayburn were ushered; into the private Paper has a rag base, and the expensive part-if you want to

office of Economic Stabilizer- that for the bond is as distinctive Maybe Bob Hope's a prophet; he stop, fall off.
Jimmy Byrnes. YYY hopes so. His "The Road to Moroc-
that used
as for cur-
The speaker was told that the
co" filmed six months before
was THIS WINTER will wit-
President wished him alone It has the to
to see rency. ability
the Allied invasion of that territory,
ness hundreds of deaths from freez-
for few minutes.The .
a withstand folding and creas- and released right on the dot. Re- ing and insufficient food. The European -

two men discussed legisla- ing. Every waste scrap is accounted cently he interrupted his tour of the refugee colony, numbering

tive problems for a few minutes. for. Right: That army camps for 48 hours to do a several thousands, will suffer, too.

Meantime, the President was keep smile is worth a million. This scene for "They Got Me Covered" The :Taps, last Winter, seized all
ing a sharp eye on the clock. Sud- which depicts a deflated Mussolini wheat and rice, and sealed Red
denly he broke out: girl, who has just checked the
escaping from the nation he led into Cross supplies-not one ounce or a
"Sam, the reason I asked you to bonds in the delivery room, its present predicament-it's being single bottle of medicine was per-

come in here alone was to discuss' : holds four packages each con- filmed with the blessing of the mitted in use. The Japs prefer to

a personal matter" that has been ,. taining $250,000 in war bonds Office of War Information. Bob's got have thousands die in Shanghai's be- 6
worrying me. his fingers crossed, hoping that this low zero weather than survive and
Rayburn him said -a total of $1,000,000.
scene, too, will come true. require to be fed.

nothing. ... '"___ A
"It's about you, Sam," continuedthe --- --71 .
President without batting an Alan Ladd's date with Unc1e..Samupset CHILEANS are being told by the

eyelash. "We're old friends and I Experienced the apple cart so far as Paramount's Jap ambassador down there that if

feel I can talk to you frankly. I've Y workers count the "Incendiary Blonde" was their country breaks with the Axis,

got reports from Capitol Hill that printed sheets I concerned. He was to have starredin Japan will bomb the long shore line.

the Democrats are dissatisfied with (left) and examinethem this screen version of Texas Gui- Japan for years was one of Chile's

your leadership. They think you'regetting for imperfec- nan's life with Betty Hutton.but his great ,nitrate buyers. In return the
too old to be speaker." prospective induction into the army Chileans obtained Jap cotton piece
tions. Defectivebonds wrecked that plan. At present the goods, pottery, rayon, uniforms and
At that precise moment, Demo- ::t HrN are set aside film has been shelved; Miss Hutton military equipment. Boatloads of

cratic Congressmen Cliff Woodrumof and destroyed.Sheets gets the feminine lead in "Let's FaceIt Chilean nitrate, sold by a British %,
Virginia, Bob Ramspeck of Geor-
and Rhodes controlled company, went to Japanin
Betty gets a sup-
gia, Republican Leader Joe Martinof are counted porting role. return for munitions and agriculture. -

Massachusetts, Rep. Jim Wads- 29 times from the --7E-: Now we must use nitrate on

worth members of New burst York into and the other President's house time they were first They could hardly believe it at the Japs in the Pacific. Just as our

Metro when lads oil and gasoline have taken the Japsto
office led placed on the pressto they got two new
by Jimmy Byrnes.
the Solomons and the Aleutians.Or .
at once. Tommy Dix and Gil Strat-
the date deI
Together they began singing of I
ton were brought from the New York as Dr. Lin Yutang explains the
of"Happy their Birthday voices. to You" at the top livery.Below:Flat- stage for "Best Foot Forward"andat paradox, we sold the Japs the Ninth

"That bed press. Girl in once Stratton was assigned to Avenue Elevated so they could make
was perfect timing, fel- bullets. Now we have torn down the
"Girl and Dix will win Lu-
lows beamed the A foreground re-
President. He
Second Avenue Elevated to make .
cille Ball in "Best Foot Forward.
had planned it all the bonds -
very carefully moves Ninth Ave-
---'J, bullets to fire back at the
himself.. from the plate and the radio nue train.
If, actors on your favorite

JOE MARTIN VS. SAM RAYBURN stacks them. program sound pretty exbilirated,

Privately Republican Leader Joe it's practically certain to be due to HOUSE FOREIGN AFFAIRS

Martin never had any intention of just one thing-the return of a for- committee should include besides
letting the Republicans organize mer member of the group in uni Clare Boothe Luce, a famous med-

congress and elect him as speaker. form. "Pepper Young's Family"was ical missionary from China, Dr.

Until 1944, this responsibility is the almost disrupted when Larry Walter H. Judd, elected from Min
last thing he wants. Woodleaf appeared recently. Larry'sa neapolis. He was one of many warn-

However, the canny Republican handsome lad who joined up before ing us years ahead of Japan's meth-
leader took keen delight in keep- Pearl Harbor, after doing pub od of attacks. Possjbly the Luce-

ing the opposition guessing and car- licity for the program; he'd spent Judd combination might shake down

ried on his little joke until the very eight months in the, Far East. some of the mentally stagnated
I--- members of the State Department.

last.When he marched into Speaker Eddie Cantor's explanation for And here's a tip: These Chinese are

Rayburn's office with the committee substituting for Phil Baker on "TakeIt indignant that we have not cleaned
Leave It"-"Last Phil house in the Far Eastern division of
that was to escort Rayburn to or April,
Baker took when I Mr.. Hull's department, a year after
the floor, following his re-election, my place was
Martin was grinning from ear to : f ,4 4 in the hospital. So I took his place war started. We'd better clean
-,. when he was in the hospital. Next those career barnacles from the
ear."Sam /? ship of state, if we expect future cooperation -
he said, "I've got some time we'll both be on the programthe -
bad news for you. I hope you can audience will go to the hospital!!" from the Chinese.

hold up under the shock. You've I--- -
been re-elected: speaker." William L. Shirer, the news com RAY KINNEY, the coast to coast
-rte mentator, is planning a series of Hawaiian bandman who recently
MERRY-GO-ROUND talks at service camps throughoutthe played to a $22,000 house in Chicago, I
in the future. He knows Hawaiian legislative work. ;
C. Jeeps which have been deliveredto country near
Mexico from the United States has already given numerous talks at He worked as a page boy in the Ter- !

have earned the nickname "las cu- camps in the eastern area. Ed Mur- ritorial halls. His brother is an out- i

carachas" (the cockroaches). row, the London newscaster, reports standing, authority on Japs in Hawaii l
Undersecretary of War Pattersonis : that he's expecting to solve the no- and published a book 20 years I

so. busy he has to send a messen gas problem soon; he has his eye on ago which was suppressed becauseit
ger out to buy his skoe laces. an elderly horse, but is, still dicker revealed Jap plots and intrigue in t
illegal immigration work. .
ing over the price. .

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rni JeAuhli, ; THAT- me Gems in spot which of of Thought ground small pleases posses-

:4 : } '-=:- where sion makes slight me resources happy, and are

11 '!."41111'f :i.tt s Time for It I He Got It abundant.-Martial.

"George looks worried today. What's He-My train goes in fifteen minutes If you can be well without

wrong with him?" : Can you not give me one health you may be happy with

rtlllll. "Oh, he's been contesting his wife's ray of hope before I leave you out virtue.
? 1 didn't know sheu'a.s He that climbs the tall tree has won
1l u wife's" will She-Er-that clock is half an right to the fruit;
: "She isn't." hour fast. He that leaps the wide gulf should
prevail in his suit.SCOTT..

; piwr"T. r'T" Thoughtful of Him Next, Please The symbols of the invisible

"My dear, a great doctor says The oldest barber gag in historywas are the loveliest of what is

I tip women require more. sleep than found on the walls of an an- visible.Byron.His .

men." cient Egyptian tomb. It concerneda own estimate must be

"Indeed?" barber and a customer. The measure enough, his own praise

"Yes, dear, so-: er- perhaps barber asked the customer: "How, reward enough for him.Emerson. -

you'd better not wait up for me do you want your hair cut?" And .

tonight." the reply was: "In silence."



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( 4 < For colda coughs,nasal congestion,muacloaeheagetPenetromodernmedicationin
O Y a
TN THE good old days when'dressmakers mutton euet base.251,double supply 351.

were paid, according to
tt the number of spools of thread they

used, the empty spools were saved Worst Slaves

All this-and even serious illness- until enough had been accumulated The worst of slaves are those

may be due to B Complex Vitamin to make a corner what-not or, that are constantly serving their

,4 k'-'ii deficiency. Play safe!Take GROVE'SB hanging shelves. Now, with ma- passions.-Diogenes.
? Complex Vitamins and get all the
., B Vita.
,, ......-.....--- medically recognized Complex THREAD WIRES
" "-MW..r mins. Quality potency absolutely

J. Wake Up and Shine ,for a Hearty Breakfast! guaranteed get finer quality! Unit for at any unit,price.you can't Yet r, THROUGH BETWEEN SHELVES SPOOLS SHAVE with SHELBYSHARPER

(See Recipes Below) GROVE'S B Complex Vitamins are WIND FRONT
:.1 only 29 cents for regularsize. WIRE AROUND
Breakfasts ...only dolarforthe END OF LOOP
f" : Winter This Week's Breakfast large size-over amonth's j j

I. supply. Get GROVE'S B LOOP 64+ SHARPER
.' Though the wind may howl moan- Sliced OrangesHot Complex Vitamins today! 'Y'" BECAUSE

fully and the icicles crackle coldlyat Oatmeal Honey Top Milk GROVE'S I a" ,
your window Coddled Eggs ; ,
these mornings /3 THINNER
Butterscotch Pecan Rolls
when you ariseto double edgeor
meet the day single edge
Recipe Givenor J JFew SHELVES 0
and all its tasks, NEAR CORNERS \\ 4forlOCManufactured
a hot, well-bal- FOR WIRES ',-\' ->\
anced breakfastis vitaminized margarinehoneyand and guaranteed by

bound to bring butter syrup, r lted together, Chinese WordsIn chines whirring for defense sew- Federal Razor Blade Co., N. Y.
to the alertin or dark corn syrup navored with a
you ing, it is again easy to save enough
Chinese spoken language
could be
double quick maple extract are all that
few spools for one of these quaint sets
time. Fruit or fruit juice will wake desired, luscious indeed. there are comparatively
of shelves. *
but each has differ- Gather Your Scrap ;
words many
first then hot. cereal, Freshly baked rolls with swirls of ,
you eggs, ,
You will need 60 spools 12Vz feet
rolls or flapjacks will do the rest brown syrup and whole pecans on ent meanings. ; Throw It at Hitler !
bound to make break- of wire just stiff enough to bend eas-
toward top are your
getting on way.
you your
fast a' real pleasure. Make the rollsin ily; and three boards of the size
Citrus fruit are especially al IRRITATIONS OF
the afternoon reheat for break- SUI l desired for the shelves. Either a ,
good this winter and will be at your \1 EXTERNAL CAUSE .
i breakfast service with all their rich fast, for these ,won't dry out: stain or a paint finish may be used. ,

I vitamins, minerals and healthgiving *Butterscotch Pecan Rolls. ugly ncne pimples broken-out bumps skin.(blackheads Millions relieve), and l' ". _

''' qualities. Their sparkle and Makes 3 dozen) miseries with simple home treatment. NOTE: These spool shelves are from ,,... "

:; freshness will give you a new start 1 package yeast, compressed or Goes healing to work by killing at once.germs Direct it touches.action aids Use ,Book 3 of the series of eight booklets O.

these busy mornings. granular Black and White Ointment only as di- which Mrs. Spears has prepared for our (
Vitamin Cereals. A warm water rected. lOc,25c.50c sizes.25 years success. readers. There are directions for an end LWfP
' cup Money-back guarantee. SST Vital in 'table of'spools in Book 5 and a corner romance of
It's wonderful idea to follow % milk scalded cooled to IIl./
a up cup cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous
what-not in Book 7. Each of,these book A aviation -from Kitty
'/'" V the fruit course with, one of those lukewarm Black and White Skin Soap, daily.
lets contains than 30 other fascinating f
more Hawk the Coral Sea
" "
; quickly prepared hot cereals which 1 teaspoon 'salt ',
things "to make for the home. Copiesare
r ,..: are so rich in vitamin Bl-that % cup sugar 10 cents each postpaid, and should be :
:',: .- V important vitamin you need daily A cup melted shortening Use at first C O. l ft ordered direct from iflWBNGS OVER

:'.:_' : for preventing nervousness, fatigue 2 eggs, well beaten sign of a rTABLETS ;f

F and restlessness. About 4 cups sifted allpurposeflour
r There are several of doing
ways Bedford Hills New York
t:, up the hot cereals. The quickcooking 1 cup butter, softened 666 NOSE>SALVE.DROPS. Drawer 10 j
wheat and oat cereals be 1' brown packed firmly INSIDE STORY OF ,
may cup sugar COUGH DROPS. Enclose 10 cents for each book de.
";, readily prepared along with the rest 1 cup pecan meats Try "Rub-My-Tism"-a Wonderful Liniment sired. ft AMERICAN AVIATION

,'' of breakfast-in just a few minutes' Pour y\ cup lukewarm water over Name ............................... : HARRY BRUNO

:;: .V V time. If you have a deep-well cooker yeast, add 1 tablespoon sugar, stir, War Bonds Address ....,..,..........:.......... I By
\, er on an electric range you can let stand about 5 minutes. Get Your "A fascinating account of a romantic
,:. chapter in the nation's development. .
the cereal in
place glass jars along
Dissolve, salt and remaining sugarin To Ax the Axis written by an expert.-N. Y. Sun.
; ", with dried fruits you are able to milk. When lukewarm add yeast ?t
obtain, turn on the unit overnight, and blend with 2 cups flour. Beat When the soldier talks about )If Here is tha stirring saga of America'
'' and have fruit and cereal U achievements in the air and a reveal.
: :, readytoeat. -
very thoroughly. Next, add eggs "the skipper" he means his captain -
.;.. xYOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROM> J ing forecast of its future. WINGS
and Mix well and beat
shortening. the head of his company.
OVER AMERICA is intimate, !
, an persona
f. Don't hesitate at cooking thequickcooking three minutes. Add, remaining flour And that's just what the title "cap- account of the Wrights, Billy Mitchell,

cereals longertheyare enough to make a smooth dough. HOT FlASHES'It tain" means. It comes from the Charles Lindbergh, Jimmy Doolittle-of all
improved in flavor and more Knead lightly on board about 5 min- Latin word "caput" meaning the pioneers as well as the men and the

palatable if you give them a few utes. Use only enough flour to keep you suffer from hot flashes, dizzi- "head." Another leader high in planes In the thick of today's fighting.

V, ,, V extra minutes. dough from sticking. Dough shouldbe weak ness,,distress nervous of "irregularities"Irritable, blue, are at Army men's favor since '18 is Over 100 rare photos, many never before

Coddled Eggs. kept as soft as possible. Grease times-due to .the functional Camel Cigarettes. (Based on actual printed. 416 pages.

Coddled or soft cooked eggs are top and let rise until doubled. Fold "middle-age" period In a woman's sales records from Post Exchanges in 3rd Edition
Already Largo
life Lydia E.Pinkham's
-try Vege-
made by bringing a sauce pan of dough down again and let rise again table compound-the best-known and Sales Commissaries.)
water to a good boil. Then turn out until doubled. medicine you can buy today that's It's the gift they prefer from the At your favorite bookstore or lent

the heat, transfer into it the eggs To shape: roll dough into oblong made especially for women.Plnkham's home folks. If you have a rela- postpaid on receipt of $3.09 to

.'", with a spoon. Cover and let stand 5 to pieces until Vi inch thick. Spread thousands upon Compound thousands has of helped,women tive or friend in the service, send ROBERT M. McBRIDE & co.

10 minutes depending,upon the con- with butter, brown sugar and nuts. to relieve such annoying,symp- him a carton of Camels. Your
sistency of egg you desire. This is Roll as for jelly roll. Cut into 1 to toms. Follow label directions. Pinkham's dealer is featuring Camel cartonsto Book Publishers
is worth
Compound trying
a good way to fix eggs-you can 1% inch slices. Use muffin tins, send to service men.-Adv. 116 EAST 16TH STREET, NEW YORK CITY

place' them in the water while add lfc spoonful of butter, and a

you're getting the rest of the break- few nutmeats to each pan. Place

,,,'.',' fast. rolls of dough, cut side down on

',' Change Your Breakfasts. each pan. Let rise again until dou- IN THE NAVY *
Toasted English muffins teamed ble. Bake about 12 to 15 minutesin

with broiled poached ham eggs-and in- a piece of Remove a hot from(400 pans to 425-degree immediately.Quick ) oven.. ., ,;; they say: I U

between will work Coffee Cake. f" "
wonders toward ossiC
A butter
getting the family cup "
c-- V on its way out 1 cup sugar <: :' JIMMY LEGS for master-at-arms
of bed. egg
1 Packaged 151 cups flour CHIPS for carpenter's mate
pancake ZYz teaspoons baking powder
mixtures { r.; {:::
will speed up the teaspoon salt ''\CAMEL/ for the Navy man's favorite cigarette
1 milk
at break-
tempo (
1 teaspoon vanilla
fast time. Serve them with butter \
Cream butter and sugar. Add egg

and beat until light. Add sifted dry : WiN ,
ingredients alternately with milk and
Lynn Says: beat for several minutes. Add va- 1f/ ef\V\et r
nilla and pour into a greased, shal- \{ e
.. Saying it Briefly: Saute minced low pan. Spread with topping and

onion and green pepper with left- bake in a moderate (350-degree) ( :ffLl
over meat and enclose in pastry oven 25 to 30 minutes. N'f
Bake until crisply :
brown and serve with gravy. 2 egg Topping.whites 01./1/, / ItV Op..
Alternate slices of sauteed egg-
1 brown #
cup sugar
plant and slices of leftover meat Nutmeats Of r
in' casserole. Pour over it some, : ,CH s i ; Vx'Q
tomato soup, sprinkle with grated Beat egg whites stiff. Fold in
=V cheese, heat, and presto! Your sugar. Spread on batter and sprin

main dish is ready! kle with chopped nutmeats. COSTLIER

, Boil large onions, scoop out cen- Have you a particular household or srI/9 77VG SERV/CZ >roeaccos
ter, fill with hash, and heat, serve cooking problem on which you would like
with gravy or tomato sauce. expert advice? Write to Miss Lynn Cham The favorite cigarette with men in the

Scoop out centers from potatoes bers at Western Ncivspapcr Union, 210 Navy, Army, Marines, and Coast Guardis
South Desplaines Street, Chicago, Illinois,
I mash potatoes, mix with explaining your problem fully to her. Camel. (Based on actual sales recordsin

... ground, leftover meat, refill, heat Please enclose a stamped selfaddressedenvelope Canteens and Post Exchanges.)

; and bring 'to the table. for,your reply. ',' ', .'
Released by Western Newspaper Union.


The Clewiston News : :..:..: +: : :":' : : :. ...........................,......... .................M!............M!..'.."......1'oo.M. !...."H'! .......M. !.........M!........... r nical Training Command comes an the Red Cross folks' arranged for-

2t unending stream of soldiermechanics the boys a place of their own. It

..'!.. to "keep 'em flying." Most of wasn't much to look at, but it was

Pub1lshcd eVery Friday In Clewlston, .. TOO LATE, TO ..s.CLASSIFY the graduates are sent to tactical large, and had a game and writ-

FlorIda,_ by the CLEWISTON NEWS, ..s._. units' of the Air Forces on fight- ing room, a place to dance and a-

Tnc. .s. ing fronts throughout the world.A cafeteria that served all the food

.s..s. Y few remain there to instruct I the men could eat' '

KEATIILEY BOAVDEX Editor .s. ,- ..s.'. students. Surrency was an engine In Oran, wrote' the reporter-sol'
.s. \
x .. operator for the the Sugar Cor- dier, the Red Cross has opened a ,

Entered February Clewiston as,1,Florida 1927 second, at, class under the Pest mail the!Office Act matter of In ...s.:'.. By RUSSELL KAY :.s.*_. services poration in before July last entering year. the restaurant ing room, and It is a a writing former and automobile 'read-- l,

'.' # *
March 3, 1897..Subscrlptlon .:. -' I I I show room with large plate-
Florida Press Association :|
.'. Secretary _
Mutt Waldron wires from Miami glass windows. The chairs; tables

Hate $2.00 I'er Yenr. .,..n.n.n.:.u.u.u.u.u.. .................._...._.'.._........................'...................................................................'.............'.'................-.....-..-.....!......-.......!.......:". that he is still stationed, at the I and piano were donated by the

-, U S. Naval Air Station there buthis French Red Cross and a former
Advertising Rates Application. the is being far. .x
And now war gether too
address has changed from library -I The Red Cross restaurantis
home to the American No wonder are
brought congressmen
to Chaplain's office. He has an answer to prayer for theI -
the advancement and wel- housewife with brutal emphasis in smothered under an avalanche of restaurants
Devoted to also been made'circulation man- there served such
of Clewiston and Hendry County. the form of unsliced bread.- protest! I minute '
fare ager of the Station paper. lie sevrings of food that the

While no one seems to know just I says the first place he looks in the men frequently ordered "Two or-
what this drastic edict has to do I /
One serious thought before" clos NEWS when it reaches him each ders of everything in the house."

MEMF3ERFLOraPREssASSCCIAT1ON rft with winning the war, most folks ing this column.-We are called week is for this column' WITH OUR \(IIn the Red Cross restaurant the

are accepting the added burden upon to join the fight against in- BOYS IN SERVICE. food is G. I. (government' issue),

NATIONAL bD/TORlALASSOOAIlON/ V V) with determination and courage. fantile paralysis.-The "March of I I but the French cooks were ,retained -
1941 of
Millions American youngsters
Dimes" is on again.-While much and the soldiers say the food is
whg don't even trouble to look up Mr. and Mrs. Redish were happier -
progress has been made, science [ten times better when they get
at a passing four-motored bomber this week than for severaj past.
still does not know the answer,- i through with It. Because of the
History will remember FDR as and who take a magic eye five They had two cards from Carroll,
Only our dimes and dollars vol- French cooks' salaries, the Red
the precedent-breaking President. band, selective push button tone which were the first messages from
untarily given can further this Cross makes a small charge for-
controlled radio another him since December. Written
as just early
great work bring relief to the afflicted meals, 13 cents per meal, the average -
Make your plans, to attend the piece of furniture, now gather in Christmas week, they were
and provide for further re dinner being meat, two vege- V
President's Ball nxet Saturday popeyed awe as they view for the stereotyped U. S. Navy cards; on .
search.-Let's make: this Celebra- tables, coffee and desert.
night and "dance that, others may first time a solid loaf of unsliced which he checked the messages thathe
tion of the President's Birthday the *
walk." staff-of-life. was well and had received let

I The unsuspecting housewife most resultant yet staged. ters from them. Not much information Reports like that from the front

1 House numbers have been ordered young GIVE TO THE FUND' HELP but surely the two most makes us appreciate ,a thousand
who for years has been able
for manyClewiston 'homes FIGHT 'INFANTILE PARAYLSIS! I important facts that parents would times, more what the Red Cross
I to cut a deck of cards with the best
and when more street signs are of them, now finds herself up wish to know of their son. is actually doing for 'our boys over-

erected jt will be much easier to t there. It makes us resolve that
against a "new deal. l I
direct strangers around our city.If ;":";";":":";";":":";":";":":"7:":";":";":";":";":":" A former newspaper reporter, I when the' annual drive for funds: III
Like interne about to descend
I I around (it's scheduled for I
now soldier in North
a Africa at
you feel let down in failing upon his first tonsil, she nervously Oran March) we'll really dig down this
to be exact, has written 'of
"momentous begins looking about for a suit- I year, and dig cheerfully. An II
to figure out the the work organization -
the Red Cross has been
able scalpel. Such knives still With"Our
advance as like that deserves
of Tuesday night in our
xnews" I
repose in the kitchen doing in .these front towns for the
console yourself in the thought didn't that drawer are just about as useful I soldiers. He says the Red Cross support. I II I II
and Company
Schikelgruber from a bread-slicing standpoint asa should have been included with the I

know it either. coal chisel. I Boysin Seven Wonders of the World. He n I I

was with the group in England on TO SELL I
There are innumerable. gadgets ; I
the trip across the Atlantic and I
designed to remove cores from f?
theoervice at Oran. He says in England, the ,
apples unstem strawberries, ex- -
men had no place to go while in .""
tract eyes from potatoes, unravel 'EMWith I
Your Income Tax t town the restaurants closed at 6
strings from beans -
separate corn ] .
p. m. and they could not walk the An Ad
from the cob peel an onion or
streets because of the black-out. So
grate a nutmeg-but nothing that 1JJ
---------------------- -- -- -
might remotely be termed a "bread ,

Credit For DependentsA I knife." Those that are long enoughare

taxpayer is entitled to a credit too dull and those that are MAN. .N:N:MNMN. :N:NS.. :N:N:NN. :N:N;N:N.N:N:N:N:NNN. :

for each person other than husbandor sharp enough are too short-and NOTICETo

wife,' whether related to him or there is' no hope in any of them. It may be a few weeks beforewe

not, and whether living with him or Of course you can send Willie hear definite news but we hope Landowners in Everglades Drainage District '

not, who during the taxable'year next door to ask Mrs. Gilahooly some of the Clewiston boys were

was dependent upon and receivedhis for the loan of a bread knife, but among the soldiers in North Africa The Everglades Act' which became law: June 3, 1941, con-

chief support from the taxpayer, you might as well ask her for a whose eyes nearly popped out when tains the following provision:

the eithera pound of creamery butter or a can they beheld their president riding
provided dependent was
of fresh coffee. Who, with a knife in front of them in 'a jeep one day SECTION 15 (i)-This section- shall remain in full force
18 of
( ) under years age, or ( ) and effect for two (2) from the date this Act shallbecome
of self-support because worthy of the name, would trust it last week. It must'have_ been the
incapable a law and at the expiration of such two (2) I
mentally or physically defective. out of her sight at a time like' this? thrill of a lifetime and it is not period then the fee simple title to all lands against which;years I

She might scrape the rust off a unlikely that, lewiston was represented -
The credit ,for dependents is bas I there remains outstanding any such tax sale certificates, or I
ed ACTUAL- FINANCIAL DE- spatula and send that over with a there. Known to be in the tae liens, shall become absolutely'' vested in the Board' of

upon 'not mumbled apology, but not her vicinity are Ed Ward, James Wynn, Commissioners of Everglades Drainage District and every

PENDENCY and mere legal "bread knife," even if she had one. 'Charles Rumpf, and probably others right, title or interest of every nature or kind whatsoeverof

pendency. It is not necessary de-I While I admit it is farfetchedand whose whereabouts we do not knowso the former owner of said property, or any one claiming I
the dependents be related to by, through or under him, or any one holding any lien
taxpayer but the taxpayer must nigh > on to impossible let's exactly. thereon shall cease, terminate and be at an end, ,and the

have provided more than one-half assume that the little lady is in Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage District

of the support or there is no de I I possession of a sure enough bread This week we hear that WilburtE. shall be authorized and empowered to sell the said lands as

pendency.The knife. She grasps the fresh loaf I provided by law.
Surrency, son of 111'and Mrs.
firmly in her left hand and
I pre- \
term "mentally or" physicallydefective" pares to vivisect. W. H. Surrency, Hookers Point, has I THIS XOTICE ,IS PUBLISHED FOR 'YOUR PROTECTIOX., ,
includes not only those
I graduated from the Aviation me-
Like a spirited horse conscious
who are mentally afflicted and
that J chanics' course at Seymour John Everglades Drainage District
physically crippled but also per- he !is in inexperienced hands, ,
the loaf son' Field, North Carolina. From
of bread puts stubborn
who up I
sons by reason of old age or
this school and others of the Tech y
impaired health, are incapable of' resistance. As the weapon begins JI,

pressing on his he -------------------------.
sturdy crust --------- ---
self-support. The state of mentalor -- -

physical defect need not be of a starts to exhale. Squench he goes -

'permanent nature but if it existedfor down like a punctured balloon, the 1 i .

only a portion of the then end being operated on tilts at an ii .
year, angle or' 60 i I THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .
the credit for dependent can be degrees. .

claimed only for that portion of the But the brave little housewife I .,

which thinks of the boys on Guadalcanaland : '" .. _
year, during the dependentwas "
.'U "
4 .<. .
New ,
Britain '
supported! by the taxpayer.A so she bites her <" :'

trembling lip, closes her eyes and .., .
nct acquire a credit
person may .
lfor thrusts. Her reward is a neat trian- ,: .. '... '
dependent by reason of supportof gle. Now the partly butchered loaf ; t
a person qualifying as a de- ft '1
has a beautiful underslung jaw. '
pendent if, as a result of such support }:: .
s By this time friend husband is
he acquires a head of family
exemption storming about howling for toast L
but may acquire a credit
and coffee. Frantically the little
for dependent by reason of ad-
woman wields the knife. Rushingto
ditional persons qualifying as dependents -
the toaster she attempts to inject -
Avhom he supports. Thus, c:0
the results of her labor.
if a person claims head of a fam

fly exemption on account of sup- Designed to accept slices, the '-- )
toaster positively refuses to admit -
port of an aged mother or father,
these "Bundles for Britain" or
of self-support or a child ,
whatever they are. Friend husband -
he would not be entitled to a
looks on in amazement and then :
credit for such dependent; but if
in a tone :
he that drips masculine su- ,:
supported more than one such
person he could claim credit for periority he" says,' "Here, gimme

such dependent; but if he supportedmore that knife. : :-;
Approaching the half massacredloaf
than one such person lie
after the manner of a RomanGladiator
could claim credit for: such addi-
about to, dispatch
tional a
persons provided
Christian; he sets
to work. After
under 18
years age or incapable
of self-support. three unsuccessful tries he hurls

the knife in one direction and thee ,. ,
Credit for dependents may not b bread in another and orders his -iir' '
divided between two f f ,
persons filing v
cowering helpmate
to open a package I
separate returns, but must be taken of crackers.

by the one contributing the chief It isn't that he's unpatriotic or :' .

support. A credit ,for dependentsmay ., ,
unwilling to accept any sacrifice, \\ .
be claimed by a father who no matter how great, if it will aid -:: .'

provides the support for his children in winning the war. Gladly will 'he ,,
living with his divorced wife if the :: '- ,
forego his
second cup of coffee, the .
support .is provided as a result of a butter on his bread, or the sugar

court decree or as the result of an on his cereal, but when a regulation his alcohol for the government for '.
agreement between husband and "Had any news from George and family out war '
reaches clear info his own medical and .' ;,.
tires supplies
? ammunition
since they moved'away, Judge "

wife.The credit for dependent, allowable class breakfast nook and makes a first "Yes, I had a letter from him day before ,chemicals, they stilt are able to account for ;'/ ',
monkey out of him in the < '
to a taxpayer filing on Form presence of the little woman he has yesterday. He's in Keritucky..the family'sfine !nearly a billion and a half dollars in taxes .: V .'.. !

1040, is $350, and is'proportionatewith struggled so hard to keep in her and they all'like it there. George says each year.That's on account of the fact the ;. : ..

the number of months of dependency place he feels it is going alto- he has a fine job in a beverage distillery.He beverage distillers, though working 100% .

Thus, for a child bornon brought out an interesting point in his for the government, are still'able to supply -

July 1, the credit allowable w N letter I hadn't thought of before. He said the public with beverages,from the reserve >\..,

would be $175 (for six months), counted as a month in calculating that while the beverage distillers are work stocks made during peacetime.' :;,;'
and if a child became 18 years of the credit.A ing 24 hours a day, 7 days a week turning "Quite an unusual case; isn't it, Jim?" .:.-.::. .:
age on July 1 the .
credit allowable ) ,
credit of $385 for each dependent : .
would be $175. One-half .
a monthor on July 1 of the year is ,. ,
less is not counted as a month; allowable / Iniuttritt,Inc.PAGE .. :
to a taxpayer using Sim-. Conjntnet of Alu1tol;c"BtHr-ti ..
more than one-half a month is plified Form 1040A. .


JANUARY 29. 1943

\ Miss Myra Rice is a patient In Mr. and, Mrs. W. A. Davis l.eturn-\'\ GARDEN CLUB HEARS BOOK I P.. E. WILLIAMS ELECTED

Lee Memorial Hospital in Fort ed the latter part of last week REVIEW AT THURSDAY MEET PRESIDENT F. S. C. ASS'X.;

Myers, where she expects to remain from Offerman, Ga., where they

[ Personals I for several weeks for medi- were called by the death of Mr. Mrs. O. A. Jones presented a review KISSIMMEE, Jan. 27-(FNS. )-

L cal attention.Mrs. Davis' mother, Mrs. John Davis.'Grandma" ., of the book, "The World IsI!| P. E. Williams of Davenport was

Davis, as she was affectionately My Garden," by David Fairchild at elected president of the Florida.

G. H. Small is recuperatingin known, lived in Clewis- the Garden Club meeting''' in the State Cattlemen's Association, succeeding --

the Lee Memorial Hospital in ton for five years and has many Community Center yesterday after- Dave Turner. of Bradley-

; Mrs. .II. C. Avant was a visitor,' Fort Myers from an operation per- friends here who mourn ,her pass- noon. In the absence of the I Junction. Other officers electedat

; in Fort Myers Wednesday.Mr. formed Tuesday. Her condition is ing. president, the vice-president, Mrs.F. the tenth annual meeting of the

reported as excellent. Deane Duff was in charge. /I 1 organization. were C. Frank Rauler
:', and Mrs. A. L. Moon and .---. .. Commander and Mrs. T. O. son, Ft.. Pierce, A, L. Jackson
A committee, composed of Mrs
children and Mrs. T. C. Musgrave leaving Clewiston this ]! Gainesville and H. H. Parker Ar-
Miami. C. C. Ebbets, of Miami, photo- Prickett are E. L. Stewart, Mrs. C. M, Pirklej
spent the week-end in residence of several cadia, Vice-Presidents and N. Ray
for Embry-Riddle Company week after a ]
grapher and Mrs J. K. Rogers, was ap-,
---- in Clewiston this week, I months while Commander Prickett, ; ( Carroll of Kissimmce, treasurer.
left Wednesday was pointed to consult M. H. Sharpe,
I Mrs Olin Coker, pictures at Riddle- was Commanding Officer of British I Over 100 cattlemen from all sections -
agricultural teacher, concerning
by bus for Arcadia to spend College. Flying Training School No.5. He of the state were in attend
McKay.Aero I with home
government help canning -
some time with her mother. will return to England and Mrs. 'I ance. Officials present included'
projects. It is hoped that the
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling and Prickett, whom: he married in I club can this phase of food I culture Nathan Mayo, L. H. Lewist( ti
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Keene Lang-! daughter, Martha 'Jean, were weekend Laguna each, California, on October conservation sponsor locally. I' State Livestock Specialist and Dr.
horne spent the week-end in. j i guests of Mrs. Nowling's par- 20th, will return to Cali-I J. V. Knapp of the State Livestock
hostesses Mrs. E. C.I
The were
Lauderdale. j I ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. O'Steen fornia for the duration. Wartime Sanitary Board
.-- Mills, Mrs. P. M. McIntyre, Mrs. C.
will not permit her to
Mrs. M. G. O'Neal is leaving this in Fort _Myers.-_ accompany her husband to England -|I L. McLendon, Mrs. J. F. Morrison 'BABY CHICKS
week-end for Miami to visit her and ,Mrs. Zerney Meredith. Twenty-
Mrs. Mary Hayes Davis of Fort, -
mother for a few weeks. I Myers Beach was a business visitorin ,t six members attended. Heavy Mixed, $8.85 hundred: Light

Clewiston this week. Mrs. DavisIs PRESIDENT BITTING IIEHE Mixed, $5.85 hundred, C. O. D.
M. W. Bigg was a business visitor of the Dixie Crystal PATRIOTIC MOTIF FOR PARTY I Nichols Hatchery, Kingston, Georgia -

in Jacksonville the first of the Theater.- owner Clarence R. Bitting, presidentof :FOR TWO YEAR .AD'S; BIRTHDAYMrs. I\ Jan2&,

week. the United States Sugar Cor-
Foy Durrence entertainedwith
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Allen came poration, is spending some time
FOR SALE-LovelY' baby ,
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Weeks spent a red, white and blue party
at his' apartment at
Punta Gorda and spenta in Clewiston
over lined in blue satin. In perfect
-. .theweekend in.Moore, Tuesday afternoon to celebrate the
here at their home this the Clewiston Inn.BRIDGE.
with Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Weeks. second birthday of her daughter, condition. Box 6507, Clewiston.,
left Wednesday for
t week. They Bonnie Faye. Favors for the chil- -
Mr. Allen is em- CLUBS
Stuart where
Fred L. Williams, Mrs. Nellie dren were candy cups of blue,
ployed; on a defense project, for LOST-Bill-fold containing identU
Patten, Mrs. Eddye Currie and decorated with a red, white and
Mrs. A. W. Lawrence was hostess
Lovvorn Currie spent Saturday in I several months. members of blue shield, and copies of :MunroLeaf's fication papers. $5.00 reward It'

Fort :Myers on business. Tuesday evening to My Book to Help America ,returned to J. K. Keine. Phone
club. First prize was t
to her bridge
Wheeless returned
Mrs. W. T. 47M. 2tc-
(with a War Savings Stamp book in
,: the Good Samaritan Hospital in won by Mrs. G. E. Crow, second
M. D. Royals left Wednesday each
West Palm Beach Wednesday, for by Mrs. Curtis Thompson and low
this week for Panama City wherehe Mrs. Durrence assisted in
Cream was
by Mrs. FoyDurrence. I
medical treatment and a probable ,
has, accepted employment in the operation. She was accompaniedby puffs, filled with ice cream and planning and caring for the guestsby DRESSMAKING, ALTERING,

shipyards. her daughters, Mrs. James A.Boyd topped with hot chocolate sauce Mrs. Norman Lamb' and Mrs. BUTTONHOLE MAKINGt

'tI and Mrs. James M. Boyd, and were served with punch to the Doyle Alexander. Individual cakesof

I :Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Ingram' Byrl II Mrs. E. W. Durst. guests, who were Mrs. R. M. Hare, white, each topped with an Mrs. Inez Pope

Ingram and Mr. and Mrs. Olin .- J Jr., Mrs. Doyle Alexander, Mrs. American flag, were served with

.' Coker, Jr., spent Sunday in Fort, ,\Hub Spooner, Mrs. Durrence, Mrs. ice cream for' the little folks and Millcrest Near Passenger Depot

Myers on business .-I'i I | f' / Clewiston friends have receivedthe Thompson, Mrs. Crow, Mrs. GlenE. punch for; the adults. The birth-I
announcement of the birth ofa (next door to Bill Allen's)
:: -. Etherton. day cake was encircled .with American -
'\ Mrs. Stephen W. Harris' and son, to Lieutenant and Mrs. JoelP. ,' ; flags I
Harris, of Keen Mrs. Keen and the baby, Mis. C. J. Nielsen entertained J I
daughter, :Miss Anne [
included Martha
Atlanta spending a few weeks who was named Joel P. Keen,. Jr., her bridge club Wednesday a'fter-I The guest list

'. in Clewiston are at the Inn, are in Vero Beach with her par- noon of this week, awarding first Jean Nowling, Glenda Sue Ether- For Your
ents. Lieutenant Keen is stationed prize to Mrs. W. C. ,Owen and I ton, Billie, Sue Crow: Mary Catherine -
second' to Mrs. R. C. Wilson. Tuna and Judy Francis, Lamar HUNTING LICENSE
somewhere in England.
.. Mrs.: Harry Dosberg, of.Eggerts-
fish salad with crackers and coffee McLendon, Martha Christine Hare, I for' season 1942-43, seeR
Ronnie Wylie, Lovvorn Currie,
: the hostess to' Mrs.
':;: r,:..; time in Clewiston. She is stopping Senior Administrative Officer K. i iI I was. served by : I Lief Johnson, Karl and Eric Larsen C. NOWLING
1 Beardsley, Mrs. F. E. Conk-
").'f.-:.' at the Inn.: Rampling, of Maxwell Field, Alabama -'I. ling: Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, Mrs.F. I Warren and Marjorie Brown, Hendry County Motors, Clewiston
Clewiston -
<: ]I flew to Deane Duff, Mrs. Otto Larsen, Jane Lee. Hugh Tracy Stone, Jennings
't Mrs. H. J. Lehman Officer of
V >. Mr. and end. Once Commanding
Ezelle Christine Hutson,
and ,
Mrs: Owen
Mrs. W. E. Dilley,
,:r>-' :-. spent the week-end in Miami visiting I the British Flying Training School
Gene Thompson, Tommy Knight,
V1 : :Mrs. Lehman's brother and sis here I Commander Rampling has Mrs. Wilson. Pennay Brower, Jimmy Taylor Johnson's Fish Camp
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin I II I been recalled to England and will .
were invited in
Adults who ad- (Near Hurricane Gate)
Reid. :return to active duty with the A group of Instructors' wives
dition to the children's mothers, Clewiston, ,Fla.
RAF. have recently organized a Bridge
were Mrs. Hub Spooner, Mrs.I Boats and Motors-Guide Service
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson were Club, which met yesterday after- I II
James W. Beardsley, Miss June
Rates ReasonableW.
'- _" visitors in West Palm Beach Sun- Willard E. Dilley, who a' few noon with Mrs. J. C. Ziler as hos- ,
Hooker, Mrs. Lambert Lang, Miss I H,Johnson, Mgr. -
,,' day. They and, Mrs. W.. E. Dilley weeks ago received, his commission tess. Playing were Mrs.cA.. R. I Phoebe Peterson and "Mrs. A. W. 1 -:: -

..;, accompanied' Lieut. ''Dilley. :who' left as Lieutenant (j.g.) U. S. Thompson, Mrs. J. E.: Taylor, Mrs. I Lawrence. i ;
:: ,'"' for Columbus, Ohio.; Navy, left Sunday for a short visit Willard King, Mrs. Dick Dwyer,I I!

with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. H. P. Hardin, Mrs..II. D. I II!LOTTIE' MEETINGThe
Carlton Prevatt has returned to O. A. Dilley, in Greenville, Pa., be- Brazzell and Mrs. H. B. Cushmau. I Ii J. M. COUSE

Clewiston after spending sometime fore reporting for duty. He is to I I II ItI
JOHNSONS HOSTS AT BRIDGE Lottie Moon Circle of the Counselor and Attorney at Law
r in Fort Myers where he wasa begin courses in Recognition and -- I 'I I
patient in the Lee Memorial Indoctrination at Ohio State- University HONORING LT. DILLEY Baptist Missionary Society met at Hopkins Building
.. I the home of Mrs. Jack Himrod this
first and will
Hospital. February remain Wednesdays and Saturdays
there for two months before Mr. and Mrs., Carl Johnson en- I week. There were eight members
Miss Harriett who : and one visitor present. Mrs. Clay- 9:30 to 4:00
Hayward receiving an' active assignment.Mrs. tertained with an evening bridge
spent the past month here visit- in the Lieutenant. ton Waters led the program, which
Dilley, who teaching party, in honor of -. ...
",' ,. ing Mr. and 'Mrs. M. W. Bigg, left Belle Glade public school will moveto E. Dilley, who left ,Sunday for was on the topic, "The, Hundred

:Monday for her home in Nwe York Belle Glade on Monday, and will Ohio State University I for' two Thousand Club." Mrs. H. C. NMea-

City.: live at the Tedder Hotel there. months training in the"admin- dor, Mrs. R. E. -Peters and Mrs. W. Florist Agency
of TI." 3roaderick also took part in the
istrative department, Bureau
_"i."u ,..,,z; --Z4.f ..,,->> Aeronautics, U. S. Navy. program. Mrs. Himrod led the Flowers delivered here at no
First prize was won by Mr. and devotional. extra cost. Other towns, any- "

Mrs. Pitson, and second prize' by After routine business was where in U. S. add only cost ,of

: : Mr. and Mis. M. M. Piewitt. Sand- transacted, the hostess served refreshments telegram, ranging .from 20 to .-'
NOTICE wiches, brownies and coffee were to Mrs. Fred Dunaway, 55 cents.
Mrs R. E. Peters, Mrs. Ben Bolton,
Mrs. J'. E. Conk-
served to Mr. and MRS. SARAH E. FOUNTAIN
ling, Mr._ and Mrs. J. M. Couse, Mr. Mrs. Leon Bembry, Mrs. W. R. Western Union Office

and Mrs M. M. Prewitt, Mr. and Broaderick, Mrs. Clayton Waters, Phone 82 2791
Day Night
Mrs. Jack Himrod and Mrs. H. C.
Lieut W. :
Mrs. Pitson and and Mrs
I, I will be at the places named and dated E.' Dilley: Meador. j .... :

below for the of Real /
purpose receiving CO-PILOTS GROUP ENJOYS ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:":..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":":":.',
Estate, Personal and Intangible PropertyTax I SOCIAL MEETING AT CLUB I

returns for ,the year 1943. Please The Co-Pilots Club, composed of I I CLEWIS TON J:

meet me with a correct description of all the wives, of instructors of flying I

i property owned by you, or as agent. The at meeting Riddle Wednesday Field, enjoyed_ afternoon a social, the)'_: GOLF COURSE J

I law requires that you make a return each date for their weekly meeting, at,

j'j'year on all property apply for HOMESTEAD the Instructor's Club House on they

EXEMPTION, DISABLED The hostesses, Mrs. A. W. Archibald -\, .

and Mrs G. G. Glasgow, serv ; ::
i ed' cookies and coffee to Mrs.1Willard .! .:.
I WIDOWS EXEMPTION or what ever I F King, Mrs W. G. Reid, f I

Mrs, H. D. Brazzell, Mrs. D. H. ... .
entitled to. I have the forms and .
you are
Binkley, H, B. Cushman, Mrs.
will be glad to assist in filling them out. : I Dick Dwyer MJS.. Mrs. FranlO'Hara: :;: IT IS NOT too difficult 2
i i'FRID.Y.
Mrs. J. C. Ziler, Mrs. Ken Woodward -

penalty.Please ;make your return and ,avoid. I!'Mrs ,A.Mrs.R. Thompson II. R. Briuton, Mrs. ,James Jr., :: to catch a ride out the ;

I Ii :
\Taylor, Mrs. H. P. Hardin and Mrs.A. .

i FT. DENAUD (Duval's Store) 9 a. m. I I C. Lyons.BEAIIISLEYS. I II ..j Highway, and not too s;

Feb. 2nd I HOSTS AT DINNERMr. Ii far to walk from the

FELDA (Post Office) . 9 a. m. and Mrs. J. E.; Beardsley entertained -

Feb.3rd with a dinner party. at I I :l: Highway to. the Club- t

N I their home Saturday evening, com-
plimenting W.' E. Dilley, who left '' !.

CLEWISTON (City Hall) .. 10 a. m. I Sunday to report for active duty .:. h..:.
with the Navy. Guests included A

I Feb..5th Lieutenant and Mrs. W. E. Dilley, .i. E. E. LEONARD, GOLF PRO AND GREENKERPER: A;

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson of :: 4;
LaBELLE-Feb. 16th and thereafter. Clewiston and Mr. and, Mrs. J. M. A
Couse of Moore Haven. A A

Y. A
Dennis Small

I I wish to express our appreciation _=i= MEMBERSHIP :i:

,, ASSESSOR OF TAXES, for the many messages, Ai
flowers and other expressions of y _

Hendry County. sympathy)', extended tous in the i DAILY GREEN FEES :

Joss our Mr. mother.and Mrs. W. A. Davis. :s.:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..: :-+:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..,:..:..-:..:..:..:..:..:............................-..... ..; ."".""....:;.

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I ACEJ&4IOLE UNIFORM INTERNAJIONAL I. really tsrin love a.t.

Q > SUNDAY L esson kst.

GREGORY I feel rry life,
Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.
-- meaning to force the "Why, darn you!" Cal Roundtree (Released by Western .Newspaper Union.) exp-a.ndioCS
and forward ,
THE STORY 50 FAR: Ann Lee from her, stormed at him. You notice. tf'"te.r'
beneficiaries under two Identical gun down, to take away f
Cole Cody,made by Early Bill Cole, ar- then to have a sensible word with Again Cole Cody emulated a Lesson for January 31
and his fist came up verse.
stagecoach sensible Miss springing cat, my
rived In the town of Bald Eagle by the very obviously n
only to learn of Bill Cole's deatha Jenifer Edwards.Ann in a long swing, taking Cal Round- Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected Is-,mocK more.WNU (' 3a
the and copyrighted by InternationalCouncil
and forcefully upon
shrilled tree neatly
few days previously. Lee, desperate now, of Religious education; used by '
Aunt Jenifer, went out to the Ranchthe another word or two of defiance: point of the chin, and such was' the permission. 0 nder-t.ndin<;5. .CT
following day and was greeted by effect of the blow that Cal was lifted :J
Old Bill's nephew. "Stop! I tell you- backward JESUS TOE BREAD OF LIFE fi'I'cnrrl
Rance Waldron posing as kitchen the explosionas from his feet and flung ,
Rance made. It evident In the from which he
in the yard
as landing
went off was as
at the Ranch And the gun 6:8-14, 3035. ck
they were not welcome the corrals had just come, flat on his back. And LESSON TEXT-John
while Ann Lee was making it Just as a cannon shot. Down stormed GOLDEN TEXT-Jesus said unto them. I
plain she had no Intention of leaving, Cal Roundtree heard it, quite as he still a stormy Cole Cody am the bread of life.-John 6:35. \
I his full attention
next ,
Cal Roundtree, Old Early Bill's foreman, had said he would.A along, giving
came upon the scene. Shortly they heard queer, rigid look stamped itselfon asking no questions, to Cal's com- Spiritual truth becomes understandable Features.
someone else arriving. Ann Lee gasped Cole Cody's face. He stood his panion, Rance Waldron. Rance, too, to us as it is put in the
when she saw it was Cole Cody. ground a minute, staring incredu went for his gun, and small good it language of our daily life. Jesus
Now continue with the story. lously. He opened his lips to speak, did him, for in his case as in Cal'sCody's was the Master Teacher of all times,

then closed them again without a hand seemed to be quicker and made use of graphic figures to CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT I i
CHAPTER VIII there to than the At any rate the same
word. After all, what was eye. present the message of salvation.He .
say? The matter required a modicum fist, looking now to Ann Lee like a spoke of the wind, of water \
If Ann Lee had not been such a of thought. : rock bound to the end of a war and in this lesson of bread. Even a

precipitate, _hair-trigger sort of "That's just to show you!" the club, accomplished for Rance. Wal child, knows about such things and
little package of him with dron what it had already done for PLANTS FOR SALEPansy
creature, a lovely girl told him, mocking understands the good news. Breadis
all sorts of unmanageable impulses, voice and eyes and her whole atti Cal Roundtree, with but a slight variation still the staff of life. It speaksof

she must have marked in Cole Co tude. "Next time I'll kill you!" : the bronze knuckles landed life and health, of satisfaction and grown,Plants-Steele's gigantic blooms.Jumbo Mixed the colors.finest
dy's startled expression that he was He thought that over, too. with a sound compounded of thudding I strength. 50 for $1.50: 100 for $2.50. postpaid.
rdele, Ga.
no whit less amazed to see her here "There won't be any next time, and squishing upon Beginning with the five small barley .
to him. But she at last. His,, fascinated Rance's nose, and blood spouted,
than she was see he managed eyes cakes (and two fishes) which a
happened to be a girl,who did her her; they seemed to catch and Rance tottered backward, provident little boy had taken with YARD GOODS \

major thinking, when thinking all the light there was in the room, tripped over Cal's earthbound body, him into the wilderness, Jesu SLIPCOVER, DRAPERY FABRICS 48
seemed indicated, after the act instead to focus it and draw it down to' a and went down ignominiously. preaches by miracle and by pre- inch. Sail-cloth printed with vat dyes for I

of before.: "Well!" said little fine point, to drive it back at her in But Cody's gun was in his hand, cept of eternal things. One is glad lasting yard C.O.D.beauty.plus Florals postage.stripes 54 inch solids upholstery 94c- i'

Miss Ann' Lee. "Of all things! If a long, poison-tipped, altogether its blunt, ugly nose turned Cal'sway that a bright lad was more thoughtful reasonably priced write for samples.WEAVER'S .
you think for one single minute, Mr. venomous lance. "You see, it's like than all the adults that day, for
Cody, that either my aunt or myself this-" 'Better' drop it, feller," said Cole he provided the occasion for the mir

has anything ,whatever to say to Then, when she began to feel entirely Cody, sounding listless and not acle and the message.I. .
you, you are sadly mistaken. Come, mistress of the situation, think- greatly concerned. He sat down as Daily Bread (vv. 8-13). Majority at MarriageKansas
Auntie, let's go in the house. It's ing that he meant to draw back and though making himself thoroughly at The great multitude had-followed is the only state in which

nicer in there." go his way, he leaped forward, taking home. "Might blister your fingers." Jesus to the other side of Galilee males and females, when married,
Mr. Cody," said half the room in one pantherine said Cal Round- attain their majority at the age of
"Good morning, "Look here, you, where He had gone to rest. ,They
Aunt Jenifer, smiling friendliwise. bound, and slapped her gun down tree, his hand hanging down, the sought Him out and He had compas- 18 years an dthen revert to minority
"Lovely morning, ain't it?" just as it roared for the second time. muzzle of his gun brushing his boot : sion on them-these sheep withouta until they are 21, if one partner

"You're right!" he told her enthu His grasp wrapped about her wrist, top. "Seems as though-" shepherd (Matt. 9:36). That inter- dies or: the couple is divorced.

siastically. "Take this morning justas tensing unmercifully, twisting her He stopped short, biting his words est was first spiritual, for "he began

it is, you couldn't beat it with a off clean., He saw that the man to teach them many things,"

ten foot pole. The sun's shining, lounging in the kitchen chair had but it was also practical in the OLBt E FOR
notice?" turned white under his heavy tan, realm of daily life, for He saw that 1jO BURNS
"Coming, Aunt Jenifer?" asked a 1.4h and he saw something else. He sawa they were physically hungry.His PETROLEUM JelLY CUTS

cool, distant-seeming Ann Lee. tiny red pool on the floor closeto appeal to, Philip revealed( the I
She said meekly to her niece with- one of the chair legs, and noticedthe lack of faith which at times afflictedthe I

out in the least looking meek, "Com spaced drops falling 'down intoit. disciples. They knew they had Stuck With Him 'i .
irig, my pet," and followed alongto the Son of God in their midst, and "I once loved a girl who made

the door which Ann was holding Cal said, "I'm putting my gun;' yet they were bound by the matterof a complete fool of me."

open. away, stranger; all right?" and holstered dollars and cents of portions and "What a lasting impression some
"Just a minute there!" Cody it with Cody watching him -well, they just wished Jesus would girls I make."

called after them. "Me, too, I'm narrowly. send these people away. That

coming in!" Then he stepped up close to Cody would solve the problem. Oh, yes, -
"I don't think you have any business and stood looking down at him. "there .is a lad here," but what he

here, Mr. Cody," Ann said "Hurt bad?" he asked. has amounts to nothing.All i1f' At last

crisply. "You are not invited and "No said Cody. this was perfectly natural. .
you are not coming in. And I never They talked just like most of us do
down and took his
Cal gun
want to see you again. Do you understand stooped when we are up against a similar For Your Cough '
? Or must I say it again?" 1 away from him. problem. But the point is that they ,

"Can you get it through your Ann Lee, her eyes enormous, hotspots (and we too!) ought to realize that relieves promptly be-
cheeks Creomulsion
head," said a very rude William of red on her burning "little is much when God is in it." cause it goes right to the seat of the
Cole Cody, "that you and I, far ; was on her feet again and staringat Are you worrying 'about your lack trouble to help loosen and expel
apart as the poles in everythingelse the man who had just used her of money; your inability to do thingsfor germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto

agree right up to the hilt on 4qr so, and she, too, at his last bronze saw and the Him? Are you limiting God when flanied soothe bronchial and heal mucous raw, tender mem-, in-
whiteness through ,
one thing? That we never want to blood into the He would like to take what you branes. Tell your druggist to sell youa
see -each other any more than we the slowly dripping have and multiply it by. 'His blessing bottle of Creomulsion with theunderstanding -
have to, and let's hope that today tiny glistening pool. ? you must like the way it

wipes the slate clean. Just the same r/ "I shot him and I am glad!" she : Notice that though' there was plenty to quickly have allays your money the cough back.or. you are

I am coming in, and I am going to exulted. I there was none to waste. What
and Aunt Jenifer came to Cal Round- God CREOULSON!
stay for a spell, was over was gathered up.
'"Like fun you are!" Ann cried y tree's side, bending over the man in never encourages waste. Perhapswe for Coughs,Chest Colds,Bronchitis

angrily. And, stepping swiftly backward the chair. in America may learn that lesson -
she slammed the door in his "Children shouldn't be allowed to the hard way 'in these days- z,

play with shooting irons," said Aunt but having learned it let us not for- / Fear of Evil
face.He set his hand to the latch justin Jenifer mildly. "They're always get it. Often the fear of one evil Jeads

time to hear her drop the oaken getting hurt. If you boys, Mr. II. Heavenly Bread (vv. 14, 30, 31). us into a worse-Boil au.

bar into place. He swore gently Roundtree, will get Mr. Bill Cole The people (probably incited by

under his breath, scratched his Cody to a bed, and if you'll bring I the religious .leaders) after their

head, jerked his hat forward and me some boiled water and a clean first surprise at the miracle, sought 71JIJWh7

strode purposefully along the corridor "Get out!" she said again. "I sheet or pillow case, we'll try" to Him out in the temple and demanded aches and pans

edging the patio, ,hunting for it. You get out or I'll kill you." mend him up. I don't think- a greater miracle. Jesus never ,
another door. He found it just in "Mr. Who?" demanded Cal put much dependence on those 1M

time to have it slammed, good and arm so that she screamed out in Roundtree. "Who'd you say he is?" whose faith rested on miracles, and rlNEURITISLUMBAGO

hard. He hastened his step and pain, and the gun dropped to the "He calls himself Cody, William we do well to be careful of those who cIM IQ /P'IRA.'j R/fI!

heard light steps running. So he, floor. He let her go, stooped and Cole Cody, andRoundtree -" must have something spectacular

,tpo, ran. caught the weapon up and hurled it ran his fingers throughhis going on all the time if they are to 1""
He burst into the kitchen and halted far out through the open door behind hair, then along the rim of an be interested. t'

there, briefly triumphant, while him. Then he set both his hard aching jaw. He frowned down at They contrasted His miracle of

-iie could hear the staccato tappingof I hands on her shoulders, jerking her young Cody. "You Cole Cody?" he one meal with the repeated miracle tj!;

her racing feet. toward him, shaking her back and demanded."Me of the daily manna-the bread .
"They looked at each other across forth so that her hair tumbled down I'm Cole Cody. William Cole from heaven-under Moses. Jesus Large Bottle2[ mis toui12] -Smatl receipt Size il priciMCNEIL 60c
the room. Cody shoved his hat back, and whipped lashingly across her Cody. Just Cody for short. No\v makes it clear that He is not in II III GOOD D'.OG STORES DRUG or BT co.,01 inc.

set his hands on his hips, lifted his reddening cheeks. what? Want to do anything aboutit competition with Moses, for the 530 Broad Street-Jacksonville.Florida
..... chin at her and gave her a look as "You little tiger pup!" he called ?" manna came not from Moses but

good as a slap. She" came to a Cal Roundtree stood rubbing his from God. Those who seek signs
dead, halt. her.There was a convenient chair. He bruised jaw. and wonders had better get their vVNU-7 4 43VITAL

"You get out!" she cried in an dropped down into it and pulled her "Yes, I do," he said, having duly eyes off such things and get them_on rt,
anger that made her beautiful for down across his knees; he yankedup meditated. "Two things. I want to God who is the Giver of.every good

any man, not likewise angry, to her flounces and lifted his hand get your shirt off, see how bad you're and perfect gift.
gaze upon: high! She kicked wildly, her legs hurt and mend you up again. That'sone Their plea for heavenly bread
"Some other time," said Cody, threshing like some fantastic sort thing. The other is, I want to gave Jesus the opportunity to tell
very brittle with her. of windmill as, on fire with this indignity make you welcome to the King Cole them about the true bread from
Behind Ann Lee Aunt Jenifer she bit and scratched and
ap Ranch. Old Early Bill told me to heaven.III. .
peared. She wasn't laughing; she screamed at him. His hand, lifted watch out for you, to treat you like The Bread of Life .(vv. 32-35).
wasn't even exactly smiling. Yet a high, came down with a smack home folks. That's two things. Maybe Feeding the body is important, but
man some degrees less than blind which made even a paralyzed Aunt later on we can make it three: the real need of men is for spiritual
could have told that she was havingthe Jenifer shudder; that hand of his when you're all well again, I'd like food. Daily bread is a food that

time of her life. rose and fell to such effect that ina powerful well to take you out behind perisheth (see v. 27), but the "meat i
Ann Lee, close to her wits' end, couple of minutes little Miss Ann the barn and beat you clean to that endureth unto eternal life" is ur +"
remembered the recent visit of the Lee received all the thorough spankings
I death!" received by faith in Christ (v. 29).
amiable Mr. Calhoun Roundtree, remembered she had missed-and needed- He stuck his hand out. Instead of a sign, or the passing i

in a flash the gift he had these many years.It "Shake, Cody," he said. "Old blessing of daily sustenance, Jesus
made her. There on the kitchen was upon such an arrestingscene the bread of
You're welcome Himself as
Early Bill says so. presents BUILD
in the middle of the that Cal Roundtree coming at ELEMENTS TO HELP
i tale, room, like the old Spanish used to life which will eternally satisfy the
between her and the detestable Mr. dead run, burst, gun in hand. Cole '
a and thirst 'of the COLDS.
is TO
the place yours. deepest hunger RESISTANCE .
Cody, was Cal's Colt .45! What more Cody, hand lifted, gazed at him say, '
him and slow soul.
could any beleaguered girl ask? frowningly, little liking the interruption Cody looked up at a human that Christ is GoodtastingScott's Emulsion con-
who teach
twitched at his lips and Those
She fairly leaped upon it. She just now when things were smile tains the natural A and D Vitamins
and his hand I example giving as a
warmed his eyes, but our needed to help build stamina
snatched the and her at their best. To make matters often
weapon up quite I who by !
and Cal bread'to"those build strong
find clasp spiritual
out to the Helps
went resistance
bright along its barrel less; to his taste, there and
eyes very seek- ,
Roundtree's. And Ann Lee staredat development' of character are sound teeth too! Mothers- -
looked at Cole Cody disquietingly."Get was another man looking in over I-
shoulder. them with all her might. As, indeed ing to be like Him, should give Scott's Emulsion daily.
out! she, said again. "I Cal Roundtree's
this chap-
his hand down for the did Rance Waldron.So verses 47 to 51 of same Recommended by Many Dottorsi (
mean it. You get out or I'll kill] Cody brought clear that by >
makes ':
Cal got young Cody as far ter. Here He ,
final smack.
you Cal. "Whatin along as a chair in the living room- the giving of His flesh in the death of
"Better look out,. Mister, said "Hey, you! roared life to
in Early
Aunt Jenifer's gentle voice. "Our the-" the same'old chair the cross

little vixen can shoot like a sharp- Promptly Cole Cody gave over Bill had sat just 'before he lungedup the believer.It who eats of 0
shooter-and she's just in the mood. what was occupying him and stoodup to die standing up!-and.yanked is only the man
his shirt tail and sought hit this bread, who by faith makes him-
Better do the way she says and ,. letting Ann Lee slide off his up of the death of our
the floor. He wound. 1? self partaker
come back some other time. knees and sprawl on eternal
Cody began to laugh-,and took a stepped toward the newcomers. (TO BE CONTINUED), ...I. Lord, that can have e.



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; ? 1S!{ III E 1 A quiz with answers offering ? Some Sort Catastrophe

information on various subjectsMMMMhhhr | "Fire! Fire!"
I Aif(J TI!E'R As the shrill cry rang out, a

dashed out of a house wav-
+ hhhhhhhhMhhhh woman
1 .1 h + f+.hr+ hhhr+ Mhr hhht ing her hands. One passer-by ran In lieu of anything better, cigarette Kerosene will soften shoes and

The Questions The Answers to the fire-alarm, and another en- ashes make a good silver boots that have been hardened by
1 and will render them
tered the house. polish. water, pli
1. Who are the hoi polloi? 1. The masses; the"populace. "Where is it?" he asked, after a able. *

i 2. What kind of an animal isa 2. A large turtle found in the brief investigation. "I can't smell Grease accumulations can be removed -
,/loggerhead? Atlantic ocean. any smoke." from clogging drain pipes Cook rice quickly in a quantityof

3. What city in the United States 3. Walla Walla, Wash "Oh, I didn't mean fire. I meant by putting baking soda down the salted boiling water and pourit

uses the same name twice? 4. The area is 3,026,789 square murder!" drain and then pouring in a little into a colander. The grains will

What is the total continentalarea miles, 52,630 of which are water "Murder?" A policeman who vinegar. be tender and whole. But be sure
S to save the water, to starch any
of the United States? had heard the came
5. When intact how tall was the 5.' The pyramid was 481 feet tall. running and entered the discussion. The National Bureau of Stand- delicate-texture wash goods.

"0 Great Pyramid of Gizeh? 6. More than a ton to the square "Who's been murdered?" ards does not recommend the use RMice

is air at foot. "Oh, I didn't really mean murder of oil paints on concrete, but says have a great dislike of pep

6. level How? great ... pressure 7. It is a difference of height either!" gasped the woman. that if the concrete is thoroughlydry permint. A little oil of peppermint

sea 7. What is the difference be- from the earth. Fog is a cloud on "But the biggest rat I ever saw and remains dry, house paintscan placed round their haunts will soon

tween a fog and cloud? earth. A cloud is a fog in the sky. just ran across the kitchen floor." be used. drive the 'pests away.


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But some women think it is gold
Here's a grand recipe for these dust.
times! Delicious,nourishing meat pat- r baby's carriage or crib cover. Just DiamondAdamantThe
ties-made with Krtiocc's ALL-BRAN. I word "diamond" was derived -
the thing for that new baby His Lot
Makes meat go further. Gives these originally from the Greek
patties a tempting, crunchy texture- "How many times shall I bow?" "admas meaning adamant.
plus all the nutritional benefits of Pattern 393 contains a transfer patternof said the novice entertainer at, the ,
ALL-BRAN: valuable proteins, carbohy- a 12 by 13. a 5 by 9\2 and six 3 by 44 battalion show.
drates, vitamins and minerals. Try itlKellogg's inch motifs; illustrations stitches., Send variety
!. t!, / your order to: "Bow?" said the stage manager.
; All-Bran Meat Patties
"No bowing for you, you'll haveto MUSCULARRHEUMATIC
1 1 tablespoon "
2 teaspoons salt chopped parsley Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.
teaspoon pepper 1 cup milk 82 Eighth Ave, New York,
2 tablespoons Jcup catsup Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to MAKEUP PAIN
minced onion 1 cup Kellogg's All-Bran cover cost of mailing) for 'PatternNo.
1 pound ground beef t1. Soreness and StiffnessYou
Beat egg, add salt, pepper, onion, '.!* .;;;0 ............... need to rub on a powerfully

parsley, milk, catsup and All-Bran. \ M Qc-".4,,= O Name ............................... soothing Musterole"COUNTER-IRRITANT"to quickly relieve neuritis like,
Let soak until most of moisture is taken r.:

up.Add beef and mix thoioughly.Bake -d \ .... Address eo........................... rheumatic aches and pains. Better
about 20 minutesor ; ,,' '.. than an old-fashioned mustard plastertohelpbreakuppainfu
in hot oven (450 F.) &&7 '''
broil about 15 minutes. Remove ; f (f t:$ 1l,' !local congestion!
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meat patties from pan.Add some milk ; U J.
and seasonings to drippings. Thicken ..",-I v 0 .I'o"'H """ Map' of 1200 B. C.
to make Yield: 5 serv- "I' l l
slightly gravy. > ,111"1 :-f 4
ings, 2 patties each. :: I l 1 ;
The oldest existing map in the, -

J- ti r'.S world is a route map of a mining
; Miss Liberty's Book -- district in Nubia, made by Egyp- "Daughter'-and her beau must

, The book held by Miss Liberty in .0,-f6 I--ee. .wM'IH tians about 1200 B. C. It is on have had a terrible quarrel." No Railroad in Iceland
: ,her statue in New"York harbor '. ..o 'l',, papyrus. We are aware that the "Why so?" Although Iceland has a normal
oio ,
'represents the law. On it in block :/. is our s ,1s y.nl o et of population of 120,000, there is no
r .,0.._.. ; .:''' H- ,. Romans surveyed large parts "Five pounds of candy, a bunchof
letters is the date, July 4, 1776, as ,:?i'J.; : 'M A their Empire, and had excellent roses and two theater tickets railway there.
meaning" "liberty based on law." \.':-'J ;;- '" :'- ;; ..if''' maps, but not one pf these has have just arrived."
oJ.. "" ...... .t' tf ;/
., ',.. ::l Y \". survived. The only relic is a 13th-
i '''' GET
'e-:- ;: \I) :! century copy of a map made for HandicappedA RHEUMATIC PAIN
..",., '1M L yw.e..ar-M__ -t/t\... tIr AFTERWith
.: 'o ... I', J;:,"" ...Nwi'-0- .,",.......\.tis the Emperor Severus. company of recruits, having been ; a Medicine thai will Prove Itself
; ReU eve Misevy of Yd I\"' '''' '-Q ao",, .,f,11"tIf 'Aaaa The first of modern maps is one issued with new boots, scent for a route If you suffer from rheumatic painor
\: :' ; l $ _oI7' PIt4J \ ; of a part of Switzerland dated march to "run them in." At the end of muscular aches,'buy C-2223 today
H A(1)( '. ,,"\" ';.\ \'/,. '.f 1513. In 1575 Saxton published an the march, one man was missing. for real pain-relieving help. 60c, $1.
.. 'f 1;:- M When rounded and at druggists. Caution: Use
eventually C-2223
.. o4 up
;.* "' This from
'I. k/ X-- Atlas of was
< YJ \\""'So England. asked where he had been he replied: only as directed. First bottle pur-
/ @ j SSNfcsfT8, I' h, 1 .1i 4 actual surveys"and contains. 35 "My boots were_,tied together ser.geant chase price refunded if not satisfied.

,, Put 3.purpose'Vicks : !lhihtlirr'1' :"'Q' rItlt4- J J.&J4'11 81 sheets. the so 1 couldn't" get 'along as fast
Va-tro-nol each o ,' ; government was as the other chaps. 0
up *
nostril. It (1) shrinks i 1\/A-/ //11/ js z: vX*** first to start a survey of its whole C
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swollen membranes, ''-- I" l4bIll K\.J=-.tr1 J :''"-./,,\' country. ,This began in 1683, but Double Up SNAPPY FACTS
((2} soothes irritation, 393'i: was not published until 1744. In .The chorus girl was telling the
, ((3) helps clear cold- // 1745 'the Jacobite rebellion revealed other girls in the dressing-room all ABOUT !

! clogged nose.: Follow w m ISi "pEEK A BOO!" says bunny the need of a correct map about her birthday party. RUBBERThe

i directions t'1f' QmttC\\.I.'U\'." A from among colorful lazy- of the Highlands of Scotland, and "You should have seen the
r\ in folder. .gL ; aa a'-
daisy _flowers a charming and the work began in 1747, but it was cake," she told her companions."It .

easily embroidered decoration for not until 1791 that Parliament or- was marvelous., There were

dered a survey of England for the seventeen candles on it-one for '

Nine-Leaf Clover production of a map of one inchto each jTear."

:( Archer Herrick of Saco, Maine, the mile. This was not com- There was a disbelieving silencefor manufactured first known in rubber England hose In 1827.was

has succeeded in growing a nine- TreesOf I pleted until the year 1870. a moment or two, then her

; leaf clover. He also has a collec- I Sequoia The first mapping of the United best friend smiled."Seventeen Collapsible paddles rubber,bullet-hole boats plugs equippedwith ,sea'

tion of four, five, six, seven and States occupied 42 years. candles, eh?" she anchor, water, etc., are being pro-
duced for fighting U. S. airmen. In.
eight-leaf clovers. the Sequoia trees there are purred. "What did you do-burn flated in 10 seconds,this boat forms
4 two species, the redwood and the them at both ends?" pad of the pilot's seat and stays
with him when he hits tho water.
Big-Tree (Giant Sequoia). The red- Uncle Phi J JSyi .
For ONLY 10/Now wood will reproduce itself from the An Omaha, Neb. tire salesman
hauled into court before ration-
stump, and has been known to Functions of BloodOur Ing for parking his car near a
Less grow to a height of '80 feet and a hydrant font talked himself out
: of the $2 fine then sold two new
diameter of 16 inches in 30 years. tires to the judge, two to the
The wood contains no pitch and bodies are collections of living cop who arrested him and two
to the court attendant.
much water, and in a green con- As We See It cells numbering billions. Each
its work and functions Production of War tires Is definitely
dition will not burn. Thus while cell carries on
Other people have prejudices tied to the production of
surrounding forests may be destroyed -it is a tiny factory-and rubber It is estimated that the coon-
we have convictions and opinions.Don't and alsoa try has refining capacity to process
by forest fires, the red- constantly needs supplies 360,000 tons of reclaimed a year.
dose woods remain unscathed.The rest on 'your laurels unless ;you means of carrying away waste
a are prepared to see them wilt. this double Rubber authorities estimate that
; m Use only as directed. Giant Sequoia grow to greater products. Blood does 900 million tires have been
Your dog is willing to to the
height and diameter than the task. scrapped since World War 1.
I depthsJor you, .instead of tryingto Fresh arterial blood carries
1 redwood. One tree is 325 feet tall, ,
"make over" into another all
and measures 35.7 feet four feet you nourishment from our heart to
above the ground. kind of a person. the cells; veinous blood carries

Isn't That Too Bad away the waste.
Many of the trees are estimatedto

Life Span of 5,000 Years be 2,500 years old, trees which We love those whom we help,

The life span of the Giant Se- were already growing while the but not always those who help us. Bird Cannot WalkA

quoia trees is believed to be 5,000 Egyptians were building the Those men who believe there

years. Pyramids. should be a tax on bachelors are curious formation of its feet
; invariably married. 'won't permit the chimney swift to

walk upon ground. Nor can it RFGodricher

E Digging for Knowledge Stimulated by Difficulty rest in trees like other birds. With

4Itibe I Difficulty is only a word indicat- its sharp claws the swift clings to

"oIJPl'rctll Knowledge will not be acquired ing the degree of strength requisitefor the side of an object, gaining addi-

without pains and application. It' accomplishing particular objects tional support by pressing its tail

may quickly relieved with soothing, is troublesome, like deep diggingfor ; a mere notice of the neces- against the perpendicular surface. :
medicated,timc.tcst d Rcsinol. Try It pure water, but when once you sity for exertion, a bugbear to chil- The brown-colored bird flies con- .' MYh -

RES I MOIl. come to the springs, they rise up dren and fools, only a stimulus to tinually in ,daylight. It even eats kt

to meet you.-Felton. men.Warren.EXTRA while in flight.

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How :\l1'h. I man" or sleeper type, which accommodates legislature can discuss long range I, session is possible, though representatives

RATION NOTES I r .48 points per ration period fort I 30 men, has portholelike improve-mentst" he concluded. West of Santa Rose and

V each individual. (The ration per- windows and three tiers of Pledged to exercise every pos- Troxler of Marion have advanced
I I calendar month EXCEPT bunks. The top tier is stationary, sible economy in connection with suggestions as to how the shortened -
for obtaining Ration iod will be a
'The deadline
tiers removable session might be accomplished. ,
but the two lower are -
for and coffee that the first ration period the coming session, Simpson has
Book No. 1 sugar
I I I for use as. seats during day
15 except In the may be longer or shorter than a openly expressed his approval .of a
January }
was on I I I travel. Speaker Simpson's talk was made:
following instances: Persons who I,.I month, depending upon the date Railway officials pronounce the 30-day program if practical, but before the Orlando Junior Chamberof I i

:are out of the country' at any time I when rationing begins.) I car quite comfortable, but the Army few members feel that such a short Commerce. \
'between December 16 and January :First Ration Stamps
decision as to whetheror
has made no I If
'15 must register within .n month The BLUE A, B and C stamps. not they will be adopted for "
1 date of their entry I f "
after the from War Ration Book Two. general use.

whether they have: lived Soldiers in who the \\11t'I'Cn: }" Stamps Bo Used i :: Clewiston Federal Savings Arid Loan :
'ountry before or not; At any food store.COMMUNITY ForNavy's |{
were subsisted in organized messes ..;-- Openings ;
between: December 16 and Janu CHURCHT. : Association x

:ary': 15 must register within a Montgomery, Minister Shore Patrol :: CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA :x:
month after they are no longer so ::

subsisted; Persons who are at anytime 9:45-Church School. Twenty-seven openings remain to ,: STATEMENT OF CONDITION AS OF DECEMHER 31, 1942 :1 i: ,,1
between December 16 and 11:00-Morning Worship. Topic. be filled by the Miami Recruiting ::
January 15 confined to a hospital, "Have We Lost Christ?" office for the Navy's expanding c': ASSETS, ..;.
prison or similar institution must 6:30-Junior Christian Endea Shore Patrol, Lt. M.. C. Rhodes, Jr.," :: First Mortgage Loans ..........:......................_.,:. ,.:--....$54,395.30X:; i
register within amoh\ after vor. recruiting officer for the Miami =: Loans on Passbooks and Certificates ....._... .__...1.. 0 -i- I
they are discharged; Babies born 7:30-Evening Worship. Topic area announced today. g: Other Loans ............................................................; 0 *:* ''I
after December 15 must be registered "Spreading the Word." Because of the new restrictions ;:. Properties Sold on Contract ......................__...:.::;.... 0 X: '
within a .month after birth. 'I\on recruiting, these ,openings will .=: Real Estate Owned and in Judgment x._:.....:......:.... 0 _!_
The regular 'monthly have 'to be filled by men between ;!: Investments and Securities .............:...........:......*....._. '1,500.00 *
when the trustees'will be held Monday To :; Cash on Hand and in Banks ...............-.............'"..... 24,049732!) :::
Institutional users of coffee, the of 38 and 50. qualify
at 8:00 in the church. ages ::: Office .
evening .I Building and Equipment,. less depreciation 54.59 >
they apply for February: 'Allotmenton The session will meet' Tuesday the applicants will have to have .att. : Deferred Charges and Other Assets .......;....: ........... ,43.91 *i*
after January 15, are required least two experience in organized .
or evening at 8:00 in the church. years ::: : ,
to register and file a point Any wishing to unite with the police work. Proof of sat- :: ", :;

inventory of processed foods. church should meet with: them at isfactory service must also be.:_: :/ '_ $80,043.12 :%i:
furnished the Navy. This proofcan ;::.: LIABILITIES .' : .*.
that time. I I \ I _.
Eligibility rules for the purchase Ladies' Aid will meet in the I be a 'letter from the head of ':=: Members' Share Accounts ........ .-----....--:......;...:.. :.:.r59,034.70: !) *j*
of bicycles in the eastern Community Building Thursday aft- the state, county or municipal activity :':. Shares Pledged on Mortgage Accounts ........__... ...... 0 *:*
States have been relaxed and any- 3:00. Hostesses are: in which they served or it ''i. -. Advances from Federal. Home Loan Bank............. 0 .*. I
employed or doing ernoon at : may be a letter from an authorized ::s: Borrowed Money ......... 0 .**
volunteer one gainfully work essential to the war Mesdames Patterson, -Durrence and official of the government unit. ;_ Loans in Process :::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.0, *j:* !

welfare will be' Downs. All ladies are invited. All recruits will be enlisted as :!: Other Liabilities .........:.:...--.'..... ..'..................?. ..... 25.72 .*. I I'i.
'program or public Choir practice at 7:30 Thursday: assigned rat- Specific Reserves .._..m..m.............................__....... .... 118.57 y ,
able to qualify for a certificate to evening in the chu ch. All singers specialists and will be :- General Reserves .......--............:.............................. 7,336.56 *:*
buy a bicycle by showing need,' fort urged to 'come. ings as petty officers. Men withat .i. Undivided Profits ............m..................................... 13,527.57. A
toI land are least two experience may :=: .
)>ne in his work or in going all years -.
from work. They will also be Community Church not associated welcomes with a qualify for third class petty officer ..:- $80,043.12 :i:'
those who
available to school children to get are ratings and men withat least six :. . . /N. .. . ._:. I
to make this church "
local church " I
to and from school. To prove' need I years active police'service may
to the ration board your place of worship. You are qualify for second, class ratings. I!
for a bicycle i
) take in the dif- { ; ,,
invited to part !{ l g t ?f <:! "' _
a person would have to prove one Lt. Rhodes pointed out that the
ferent organizations that may in- I .
of the following.: He must travel) first tour of duty for men :who \
quickly or often to deliver merchandise terest you. Worship with us this sign up for the service will be within Help America's Air Force -_- I

'or messages or in doing coming Sunday. the Seventh Naval District..
to Victory-Buy War Bonds
other work and would be better able I Men whose experience would
Shore Patrol 147w.:oN rlw{ !rr wayacmomoao-:::: : :
to do so by bicycle than by walk- qualify them for as-

Ing or using public transportation: signment will receive, in addition
School-1:45 a.
facilities; has to walk a total of atl Sunday to their base pay as provided by
Morning Worship.-11:00 a. m.
least three miles: in going to and)! grade, extra allowances for dependents -
returning from work or school; has I Training Union-6:15 p. m. and, if not stationed at a '
and half Evening Worship-7:30 p. m. base where living accomodationsare \
to spend at least one a ) I'
will be administered at
tours, including walking and waitIng Baptism provided, a further cash allow- ".
the service. This is a
: time, in getting to and from ance for living quarters and food.
service and ex-
most we
job Or school using public transpor- impressive Clothes also are furnished to all
iatloii and could 'cut this time by tend you a very cordial invitationto newly enlisted men in the Navy.

thirty minutes' with a'bicycle; worship with us. Free medical service and an opportunity -
The of Romans in the Mid-
available transportation facilitiesare study to obtain low premium
Week meeting is being en-
overcrowded; a bicycle is Prayer life insurance also are included in orrlclAt.M0T06RAPH.
all in attendance. This,
clearly needed because of other cir-I joyed by : the opportunity for applicants to
next Wednesday will be the second U. i. ARMY
'tumstances serve their country. AIR.CORIfBIG
study and even though you missed
Lt. Rhodes urged that qualifiedmen
the first study be sure. you attend apply at the recruiting sub

SHE RATIONING: PROGRAM IN this next week.Associational. station in their closest post office I AND POWERFUL ,
'," Sunday School con-
,to obtain further information
I ference will be held in Belle Your be big and
application for enlistment in the savings account can
The.Program I Glade Baptist Church 'next Wednes- Navy.

Rationing of canned and bottled day afternoon at 2:30 p. m. This owerful tOi thru small

fruits, vegetables, soups and juices; 'I j is one of the thirty-five conferences of Revenue I "I

frozen fruits and vegetables; dried]j to be held in our state dur- Replacement I regular savings. $1 l or more e.

'fruits. I| ing the week. Two outstanding
(This _rationing, program does Sunday School workers will be Gets First Consideration I opens) your savings accountStart

">JOT include fresh fruits and vegetables present to lead the conference.

'; canned meats and fish; )I PLAN TO ATTEND. J ORLANDO, Jan. 27-FNS) -

preserves, jams and jellies; pickles; Replacement of revenue lost as a '
TheNew Year
"relishes; olives, candied fruits,I I TROOPS BEING TRANSPORTEDIN I I result of wartime conditions will., Right i

spaghetti, macaroni, etc.) I CONVERTED BOXCARS be- a matter for first consideration I

What, 'Ration Book I I by the legislature when the session I
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War Ration Book Two. (This! MIAMI, Jan.27-(FNS)-Experiments opens next April, Richard H. Simpson -: I> ]

will be issued according to the are being carried on in Speaker of the House, declared.

tnethod chosen by each region.) I the transporting of troops in con- 'I "It is no time for the legislatureto

Who Gets War Ration Boor Two verted boxcars, it was revealed by go into any long range improve- I RI

Everyone who has War Ration' the Florida East Coast Railroad ment program," he said. "This I

:Book One. last week. session will have to find the moneyto !
When Three test models of converted keep the essential operations of

Around the end of -February.. freight cars are being used. The government going for the next two II I I -
How cars were formerly used for tran- years.If II

Point Rationing System. sporting automobiles. A "Pull-I the war is over then, the next I :-. '-l. I ..;r:;.. -Ii'& : ,-=-

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