The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00974
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 17, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00974
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I -. 2.50 PER YEAR

J Cadet Club to Have !SUGAR Expected' Cold Did -

Open House for Xmas "Not Materialize

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A Christmas Open House will be
r given at the Cadet Club in Clewis-I Clewiston residents busied them-
NEEDY FAMILIESThe ; I I selves yesterday afternoon I
: getting
; II ton next Thursday evening for cadets I FOR HOLIDAYS
ready a supply of fuel for their,
of Riddle Field and their ,friends. _
I The party is sponsored by the Ca I homes and dragging out the extra' '
American Legion Post No. 93 det Club committee Two new members, W. S. Bowdon I 'blankets, but although_ the ther-/ -
which is headed
I "Why the "
planned its annual distribution of by Mrs. Elbert Stewart. I and M. M. Prewitt, were received mometer did drop and today is gray < Chimes Rang, the

Christmas baskets and assistance to i Plans have been made for Christ I into membership, of the Clewiston I I and cold, the expected freeze did not{!( of Christmas pageant given by pupils

\ needy families, when the regular I I j I Kiwanis Club at the meeting at the i materialize. ;| the Clewiston school last night
mas decorations at the Club, and for
:i meeting was held at the Clewiston I'I Inn Wednesday evening. Members II The lowest temperature recorded j was one of the most impressive of
refreshments of Christmas candies, I the
: | school's
Inn Tuesday evening. !I this morning 48 while many excellent holiday
were given a questionnaire which was yester-
fruit cake, nuts, tea, coffee, etc. !
: Reports from E. M. Cornette, !I each filled out to indicate preference i|' day's lowest was 52. A low of 35 |: programs. school closes today
There -
will be Christmas carols during for
'i'{ chairman of the entertainment committee for c committee work and !'I was predicted for this area yesterday -{ a two weeks holiday, reopening-
evening and piano music by sug-
I, and O. ,A. Jones, chairman talented cadets. gestions for the coming year. The but a slow mist about dark and Monday, January '3rd.

; : the finance committee, showed that I the subsequent shifting wind The simple pageant
The Open House is being held I questionnaires were prepared byl! of I had but fe\f
the Post had received $50 from a,: Thursday evening, as' all cadets at : President elect Glen Etherton, and I from northwest to northeast!: helped J characters and these were Well porHrayed. -
recent benefit dance, and $416 from I i to keep the temperature Horace Brown
I the field have been 'invited to spend be used by him, in preparing hiscommittee I above the took the
; the carnival: which played two weeks I Christmas week end at the Ever- appointments for next I 'predicted point. 1 leading part of Holger, the poor lad
in Clewiston ;under sponsorship of Most of the nation whose act of kindness
,I I t ]! glades Club, exclusive Palm Beach year.W. in the gripof to a begger

( the post. I j resort which ,has, entertained themon C. Owen, president of the club., freezing weather and two definite woman prevented him from attend.

: :- Legionnaires voted to send '$25 to Christmas in the past. I presided at the meeting and an-! heavy flurries of snow, each lasting ing the Christmas service at the.

! the.Crippled Childrens Home in St. I I bounced plans for the annual Kiwanis -. !fifteen minutes, were reported in, Cathedral, but whose gift of five

Petersburg and $10 to the ,Childrens Christmas party to ,be held I P ensacola Wednesday I pennies on the altar 50' pleased the

Home Society of, Florida in jacKsonville i next week. | December temperatures: have been Christ Child that the Chimes rang

... and to give $50 to the ERNIE SMITH IS J, E. Beardsley conducted the i ;several degrees above normal, an(1this ( to announce a perfect gift.

Clewiston Athletic Council. [ program and read a brochure prepared : sudden drop has been felt over l'i Prior to the pageant the coming

In planning the annual Christmas NEW MANAGER OF by Lanborne and company,'Uhe i) ] state. J I of the Christ was summarized in

donations, the Legion decided not leading sugar brokers of the coon\ I words and song, with Louise Pre-

[ to hold a community Christmas tree try, which was entitled "Formula I witt as reader and a group of children -
i this; year. The Christmas fund contained RIDDLE FIELD for the Sabotage of the Sugar In CHURCHES PREPARE i j I from the lower grades singing -

I i $31 in cash_and a war, bond i iI dustry." The brochure reviewed recent | portions of familiar carols. An

::1 of $100 value: which was left in, the statements by governmentagenCies impressive portion of the programwas

I f: '" fund from previous sources. The Ernest J. Smith is the new general I and nutritionists claiming h SPECIAL SERVICES I the girls ,chorus, a nicely: train-

(' county commissioners voted $40 for I manager of Riddle Field, succeed that sugar is not an essential food I I ed group of capella singers, in robes
I\ Christmas ,welfare distribution in 'land listing it as an | and bearing; lighted candles.
ing the late G. Willis unnecessary ,
i Tyson, who'i I
t Clewiston, and this was given to the was, in charge'of the, field from the 1( luxury. Various quotations from' FOR i] CHRISTMASI j The program was under the direc-
,: Legion. This $40, together with the 'widely separated 'with tion o'f Mrs.
I : time it was organized until his l sources ,al-I J., C. ZiIer assisted by
i ?31 cash in the fund will be used death 'in August ,of this year. Since most identical wording, gives i I Mrs. C. E. Bjornsen, and showed ,
!! to provide baskets for needy fam-: I definite impression that the ,| Services at all Clewsiton churchesSunday much hard ,
I,. that time, Len J. Povey. :: has, served propaganda j, work on the part of the ;
ilies, as in the past. The men decided as temporary general manager I against the use of sugar is i will reflect the approachingChristmas : teachers and pupils. The 'fine art
:,: not to distrub the ,$100 war I governmentinspired.Mr. Holy Day, and in addition i; work on the cathedral window,

I:' ,bond, but to use $100 from the general I Mr. Povey returned to Arcadiand Mr., Beardsley needed to comment each church will,hold some special 1, which was the setting for the sec-

,:1 fund for a special Christmas the is Embry-Riddle,continuing in his work with l I but little on the brochure; he I service Thursday or Friday evening.'I i) and, scene, was done by ,Al Garrone.
I's;' purpose. This will be a distribution I}I as, added however, 'that sugar is Christmas songs will be featured The cast of characters was:

:;1 I I: of cash, to needy families of veterans ,ja+I sort of circulating general manlager '. only essential agricultural thP.1 I at, the worship hours Sunday., Holger, Horace Brown;
' in
'i charge of all j
operations of
I: in the 1 modity which
area, served by the Post, I: fields of the remains on the mar- Monday evening will be the first Stephen, Charles Miner;
: which includes all of company. He had Just ket at pre-Pearl Harbor Uncle Bertel
Hendry and I prices. He Christmas Richard Pape
tree for'small ;
I'I'! Glades counties.. committee been appointed to this new position also pointed t the I children| Old Woman
[ : aPpointed when Mr. Tyson's, death occurred. great amount''sugar of when the Community_Church Sunday Carolyn Bryant;
,: I to, administer this fund and and)candy which is distributed, d School holds its for | Candle lighters, Herbert Walston,
H. J. Lehman has been program preschool "
i to investigate the for appointedas by the government I Charles
need assistante to the armed I children Santa Brantley; ,,
director Claus to
of veterans families flying at the field, forces. and to which Priest
I' is composed -1 succeedjng Fred Hunzicker who valuable shipping ( of W. C. Owen resigned is Angel
,, Carl Berner space given. Frances Jordan
:j program is 'sponsored the ;
his position.. R., V. Walker by Mothers -
M Frank Conkling, of Clewiston, S. :C. One visitor W I. Lawson, af- Club. The King, Ben Bolton;
Stalls of Moore Haven and became operations and engineering tended the meeting.CONTRACTS regular Sunday
r Miller of LaBelle.CHILDREN'S. R N'I I officer, a', position which Mr. Smith I t- :School tree for older children will! Gift Bearers.. Martin .Wi1dt-iin.' .....
I formerly held- be ,held Thursday evening. i Sammy 'Young, Mauryne Prewitt,
,_ I _', : :: '1: Sherwood Hall,l Margarb
J. T; Cockrill The Baptist .i ;
succeeds Mr. Lehman ; Church'-cijll'jtol:::!fl- ,i$= Wilhiaraacc
'I '
chief LET FOR annual Christmas :.",vi'he, chorus 'was, conTpoleH t"Jo
as pilot in charge of in- program, a'tr.e''*
li HOME structors proficiency! training.CASUALTIES ,.- church Thursday evening at eight..J'I I Ann Crouch; Grace Ward Margie .

I In addition'to the Christmas trey Allen, Mamie Trice, Betty Walton, I

I I NEEDS HELP TO GIVE IN ALL WATER! TANK AND a and Christmas Santa Claus'pageant visit, there"The will Great be!f I riet Elsie- Alston Martin,, Nora Jean Oglesby Bartz, Annie Har- I

U. S. FORCES TOTAL' L'ight.: I Adams, Pat Bailey, Virginia Turner,
I i ] BY
i USSC The Janice Norton, Hortense Chastain,
KIDDIES pageant centers around the
I Roxie McLaughlin
THE SUM OF 129,422 j coming of the Christ Child and is Mary Davidson,
I June Ellen Dunaway, Mary Nell
Contracts have been effectively portrayed in candle light. Christian
awarded by II and Yvonne, Burkett.
I Scores of utterly homeless, or I' According to a news release as of the United States Sugar Corporation The characters will be taken by I I
December 10, casualties'in the na- members of the Sunday School. The' :
phan and less-chanced I
little } '
Florida for the '
I tion's armed forces since the beginning construction of a pipeline and program is under the direction of

children-under the care ot'the of the war add up to 129,422.f r the erection of a water' tank, (Mrs. H. C. Meador, Mrs. lI.A, [CAN OPENERS STILL i
Children's Home Society of ,Florida"Florida's l| i Thomas and Miss
The official figures' released show which are both part of an Doris Hodges.Dirs. ,

Greatest Charity" in thSociety's e 97,077 casualties in the army, and program of expansionI i Jack Himrod will be. the readier. -'

:, Jacksonville five, Receiving South Jacksonville Homes at','; 32,345 in the navy, marine corps,and announced the corporation'by its president as recently -, ,HAVE PLENTY TO DO !i iII

coast guard. These figures (!i The annual !
Pensacola, Lakeland and Miamiare represent -I| (Clarence R. Bitting. ; Christmas Eve Midnight -II
only the casualties whose t J Mass' will be observed at St.Margaret's .
going to have a sad and cheer families have been notified officially I i The, contract has been let to l\Iur- Catholic Church here IN LOCAL KITCHENS ;
less Christmas Day unless phy Construction Company
the'good of West
and probably do not include This] is one of the
I I I most impressive'services
I hearted readers of this paper another d losses in Palm Beach for a 24 inch water in- -
the various theatres of of the
good friends all over Florida battle. I take, pipe line. This pipeline will year and is widely Rationing has not emptied the

1 share their joys and blessings with The breakdown of the 'I;i extend from an intake point located 'I l I attended by members by non-Catholics of that church.as 'well as {I shelves of Hendry County residents
these homeless I of canned foods, it ,
youngsters. follows approximately 22,000 lineal feet I was revealed today I
State Superintendent : into Lake Okeechobee ,to the water The choir being trained to sing a total of 35,350 cans being
I Marcus C."Daddy" Killed: Army, 14.919 ; navy, 10,- treatment plant I the Mass Is under the direction 'of used' monthly
I Fagg is appealing in, all J 711; marine corps, ,22 n ; coastguard which will be located Miss Julia in according to A. H.
the absence
Oglesby Nugent,
I'' nearby the general sales of
\ earnestness to sugar house. manager
every man 316
woman total,
\: and child for ; 28,187. :j jj I The total I of Mrs. B. A. Bourne who is ill. I the American Can Company.Mr. t
II at least a small contribution -j i Wounded: Army, 34,164; ''navy.i 'length of the pipeline r
in money, and will als 33012* ; marine corps, 2720 ; coast 1 I[' will be approximately 35,000 lineal : 1 ;/Nugent based his figure on I
: I
!,' gladly welcome donations of chi guard, 78; total, 39,974, I feet. I Armadillo Proves the government's compilation of j

I \, dren's clothing, shoes, etc., of all Missing: Army, 23,814; navy,I Contract has also been let to the '5,237 ration book holders in the'

I'' kinds and sizes, as well as Christmas 8337; marine corps, G38; coastguard j. :MacDonal Engineering Company of j To Be Old Timer county and the statement by the U.
candies, nuts, goodies, jellies, Chicago, S. Bureau of Agricultural Economics
preserves 44; total, 32,833. for the erection of a 250- -

I '" 1 fruits, vegetables, meats i, Prisoners: Army, 24,180;' navy, 000, gallon capacity elevated water that the per capita consump'tion -
\\1 turkeys, chickens or anything that ,'2293-; marine corps, 1954; coastguard j. tank. This, tank is to be prestressed The armadillo, which Deputy 1 of canned goods so far this yearis

\\1 children can eat, wear, or enjoy. ? 1; total, 28,428. steel, reinforced concrete Sheriff Bell recently captured on tits i .225 cans a day. On the basisof

Ii i Superintendent Fagg ,says, '"We The army added that 1612.prison-1|1 I (tfon and will also be construe"j"j street near the Clewiston Inn is the average size pre-war, can, ap-

'I I are facing a critical situation ,we ers have died in, enemy prison camps,!I the' sugar house. probably former resident of Clewis-proximately' ] 85 pounds of pure

il j' have a deficit of several thousandi mostly Japanese, and that 17,572} ton, returning fora short \15it'l metallic, ] tin is reclaimable for the

', dollars to meet, and must have 'immediate .I wounded have returned to active''! RIDDLE FIELD According to Harry Turner and R. !':war effort from these cans, he ex-

\\i help 'in money, food and i duty or been discharged from hos-j' C. O. | C. Nowling, they brought the arma-lj I planned

I wearables, if our scores of homeless I pitals. RECEIVES AWARD i dillo here from Fellsmere three I Men in service eat 8,000,000 cans
years' a'go. The SUbS
children are to be remembered at I animal q ent-1(of food a day and millions of poundsof

I:,, all on Chrsitmas Day." Tax Valuations IN ENGLAND since.ly escaped, and had not been I canned items are being shipped

Gifts in money should be sent to I ,abroad for lend lease, he said.

R. V. Covington Treasurer, 403 'Again Increased SL| T. O.. Piickett, a former commandlng in Mr. Turner (who is now employed | Many foods strange to American
Consolidated Building, Jacksonville, I officer of Riddle Field' has j shipyards wiring ships) I }palates are being packed in cans for
{ wrote the News a letter giving the
,', while donations other than cash I 'Florida tax valuations showanother been awarded the Distinguished I shipment 'overseas. One of these is
\ history of the unusual animal I 1
will be warmly welcomed at Service Order, for his "Tushonka" for Russian
our receiving increase ,this year according work since I j. consump-
"Imagine surprise, when I read
my I
: Home, 2590 Riverside Avenue I to memoranda of tax rolls filed with returning: to operations in England, the News tion; this product being highly sea-
about the armadillo,
Jacksonville, or in Mianii last j 1 js soned in lard. Squid,
Pe n- State Comptroller J. M. Lee and the ,year. | pork packed
i he wrote. "Let me tell ,
sacola you something -
: F and, Lakeland. \ jf variety of octopus, is being canned -
The citation
gross assessed valuations for the 67 reads: < of its history. About 3 1-2 l!

r counties of the state total $2,273 SL| T. O. Prickett, D.F.C., n.A.F'1, bird seasons ago, R. C. Nowling and ;,j 'for Italian consumption, Can-
\ England
Dr. Bourne on Program 7< 104,336. The valuation for 1941, O., No. 103 Sqn-Since being award- I were hunting at Fellsmere. and "' ned foods for are usually
the first rolls under 1 i seasoned quite differently to those
the Holland taxI ed the Distinguished Flying Cross visited with Mr. Burgner. i'
;' At State Chamber program was $2,126,360,863. this I intended for American use, Mr.
MeetDr. officer
has completed
p pj I many "Mr. Burgner had the armadillo ,
Tax: assessors were highly complimented sorties involving attacks on ,targets I and I was so interested in the ani- Nugent said *'

i B. A. Bourne I Jacksonville'b at their annual meetingin in the Ruhr area ,and objectives at mi\ that he gave him to,me. We: I BABY DRESS 1OO YKARS .OLD '
attended '
the recent ) Comptroller Lee Spezia, Milan and Turin in Italy. brought ]him to Clewiston, with
State Chamber of Commerce I for carrying out their part of the SL| Prickett has executed his missions I = William
many Oh's and Ah's along the road. I i CLEARWATER, De. '
meeting in J
Beach taking part i new tax program which first
In the caught with outstanding determina The little beggar'escaped one night J Happe, Largo, is exhibiting ,a baby
A round table panel on Florida's L them right in the middle of the tax tion I
|j and his fine record
of achievement :and we were never able to find it. dress used in his family'' for 100
C post war future
plans assessment job in 1941. From there is a worthy tribute to his linen it
Dr. I might add that his name is Sapa- }.ears Made of excellent
Bourne is a member of the on, the comptroller told ,
chamber's tljem "youry.have superb skill and fine fighting quali I dillo, a title bestowed by R. C. has been worn by three' generationsof j
board. new industries adviso I done a remarkable job and ties. He is a first-class l leader whose "This just proves that anything his family-and Is in condition for ,,

(Continued on Page S) I example has proved inspiring can thrive on our good old 'muck.." the fourth generation to use.

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IMPROVED i Gems of Thought

| THE primary of hu- '. : '

SUNDAY I man laws is to save men t;
LessonBy from the consequences :,
I ll llJan of disobeying divine laws.
r.O1 l
_................. '..---- DfThc,Released Moody by Western Bible Institute Newspaper of Union.Chlcaeo. Hand in grasps good friendship at,hand, eye, lights eye t:
show it's not business to
Payson lives In a small apartment clumsiness, that day., Though it'sa good ; "my And great hearts expand f
with her Invalid sister; Dora. Hurrying little late, I still owe you that bring in customers. And grow one in the sense of this 0'
to her Job at the Devon Arms apology. Will you .?" "I should think not," said Jan uncertainly Lesson for December 12lectedsoandubcopyrigand world's life I

hotel she steps in front of a car and is "I was on my way to buy a kit- "that's all any-of us can ROBERT DROWNING i

thrown down. The driver steps out to ten," Jan demurred, walking towardthe do." Scripture International texts se We do that in our zeal our ;
help her. There are some words where, and door. "And I haven't much time Zambrini shook his head. "Mr. Council of Religious Education by : used by calmer moment would be afraidto f
then Jan disappears In the hotel, ready for Harris-maybe'he's wrong," he con- permission.
Harris, fires her for for dinner. I have to get answer.-Scott. f p'
her Paul -
manager tinued as if Jan ,had not spoken.
being late. Jan thinks the man behindthe the show. CHRIST'S NEW COMMANDMENTLESSON Let us therefore encourage ,
Paul recognizes and he suddenly decided "But Mr. Harris, he still the, boss. '
but Jan laughed -
wheel Is a chauffeur each other, and show the whole ;
social lion, irresistible He thinks we should have more cus
Deverest'a she looked even more -
him Tony
as TEXT-Mark 12:28.34; John 13: world that a freeman contending
as he stands talking to Molly, the tele- than when she was sad. tomers. Maybe he thinks we should 34. 35; 151014. for liberty is superior to
phone operator, shortly after the acci "You had your chauffeur's' cap with bring them in ourselves." GOLDEN TEXT-A new commandment I slavish any
dent. Deveresf angry when he hears But "Why-" began Jan. give unto you That ye love one another: mercenary on earth. \
course. ,
been fired, so Paul gives Jan you on as I have loved you that ye also love one George Washington. ,
Jan has show, and you weren't in uniform that day, "You know this Mr. Demares'?" another.-John 13:34.
the lead part In the hotel
gets Mary Elizabeth Howard, a smart either. You must have a pretty nice said Zambrini. "The girls gossip- r

dressmaker, to outfit Jan.CHAPTER boss." they say you know him. Well, why The "new commandment" of love
"He-he's abroad," Deverest said does not Mr. Demares' come to see which Christ gave was not new in i

absently. He ,led the way to the car. the show? He like it, he bring his the sense of then first being known, 2 .r
II but Jan shook her head. friends. He has plenty friends. The but new in its application (John ACTS WAYS

"The shop is ,only around the cor show a big success then. I pleased, 13:34): Only since Christ had come
"That's just it," broke in Jan ea ner. My, that's a beautiful'car!" she you pleased, Mr. Harris pleased." did men know how to love in truth. r

gerly. "This seems such an expensive said appreciatively. "W-A-D-ini. Jan had listened, bewildered, to This commandment of love was TO RELIEVE MISERIES OF t

dress. I don't know that I can tials are so funny when they spella this sudden attack. What could also first in time, being given before r ,

afford ." word!" Zambrini mean? What did every- the Ten Commandments (see CHSTCOLSNow

"Oh, you're not paying for it your tt "William Anthony Deverest," she body mean? Linking her constantly Lev. 19:18). Then, too, it declaredthe

self. Didn't Paul Harris tell you? repeated aloud, turning a frightenedface with this unknown William Anthony I fundamental of all spiritual life, '
Jan turned back to the mirror to the beside her. get grand relief from colds'
to man Deverest! the first thing man needed to know, this
symptoms home-proved
hide her expression. There it was "Y-yes," he agreed hesitantly. "I'll see Paul right now," she that God is love. doubte-action way that

again! That secret, knowing look, "You know-?" Jan gazed at him promised, and turned away. It also must take first place in actually :.
that she had surprised on Paul's face "He's 'boss!" man's for the Decalogue
wide-eyed. your Slowly as she walked, she arrivedat thinking, even as mfctS AT ONCE &,;:
more than once since that incredible When he did not answer, she wenton Paul Harris' office at last and (Ten Commandments) is the *'#.S I m ."':, ;; ','

moment on Thanksgiving afternoon bitterly: "I hate him!" her sudden wild hope that he would heart' of all moral law, so love for I'*O to PENETRATES bronchial ". ...)b",. <
when he had told her she was to Jan turned away so abruptly Dev not be there was dashed by his invitation God and our fellow man is that I tubes upper with soothing r-. \
have a part in the floor show. erest had to hurry to catch up. "He's to enter. which makes the Decalogue effec- I medicinal vapors. I
Jan knew that Paul Harris was not so bad," he said defensively. tive in our lives. I STIMULATES I
in the crowd that had "If he knew were in trouble ." "Paul, I've been talking to Zam \ chest and back sur- \.:
disappointed you '
brini. He-he said something about I. Love God (Mark 12:28-30) \ "
turned out for the opening, but she "He'll never know it!" the girl warming ... :.
being disappointed in the Because "God is love" (1'John ...
your way .
: .
had no idea of the extent of that dis said fiercely, and walked on for a ... .
his bit- the show was pulling." 4:8): He desires man's perfect love ORIC/NO FOR HOU"S ;#t. %v
appointment! A week later while in silence. Then as they )..'
'' toward Him. Because the essence w&ili.; :
terness had grown to such propor- Paul stared at her a' minute and .
tions that he had decided to do some- then said crisply: "Sit down, Miss of His being is love, He loves us, To get all the benefits of this
ir and enables' to love Him. combined PENETRATINGSTIMULATINGaction
Payson. I've been wanting' to havea us
thing about it. just rub throat, chest,
The situation was complicated. It talk with you for quite a while There is more here than a com- and back with Vicks VapoRub at

made his manner all the more and I think this..is as good a timeas mandment or the performing of a bedtime. Instantly VapoRub goes

brusque now that a crisis in the any. You are a fair dancer and duty. There is the recognition of a to work-2 ways at once as shown
Elizabeth Howard had your voice is good. But there are' a controlling principle of all life. In a above-to relieve coughing
form of Mary spasms, ease muscular sorenessor
arrived. She would have to be paidin hundred other girls who are just as day of multiplication of powerful tightness and invite restful

some way for Jan's outfit."I talented, or perhaps more so. YetI machines and organizations, when sleep. Often by morning most of
he told picked you without a trial from man is "power conscious" in an unusual the misery is gone. Rememberto -
didn't act hastily, get grand relief'
the hundreds of who it is well to recall that
the dress designer, "because some- among way, from chest cold
times these things take a few daysto would have considered it an honorto the greatest power in all the worldis tress use VICKS

straighten themselves out. But be a star in the Devon Arms' the power of love.

I've finished waiting. This is the Christmas show. Why did I do; it?" Then let' us not forget' that all

end." $ "I_I don't know, Paul." true love should rest upon fellowship

"And what about me?" Mary Eliz- : "Well, I'll tell you.' I did it because with God. It has no real 'foundation Big Pelican Rookery
White pelicans on an island in a
I if it does not.
abeth inquired smoothly. of your friendship with one
"You won't lose by it," Paul assured of the best known men in town- II. Love Your Neighbor, (Mark Nevada lake, largest pelican
in the world
her. "I'm the one who has William Anthony. Deverest. I've seen 12:31-34): rookery ,
lost. Her salary-that suite they it happen before-a girl in the show Everything about our relationshipto about 4,000 tons of fish a year.

have." He broke off as Jan< with a knows a_man like him, he brings a Christ and to God expresses itself -

laughing remark to the operator, r lot of his friends in to see her; in,our living. No spiritual.truth SOOTHES CHAFED SKIN

stepped out of the elevator. they bring their friends and," he is simply to be admired, or kept on M

"Miss Payson!" Paul called to threw up his hands in a gesture, a shelf as a cherished"possession. It ORO liNE /flJ/ /

her, reproof for her untimely'laugh- "there you are." is to be put to work in the affairsof WHITE PETROLEUM_ JELLY
""' tar ifussvery syllable. "But-" life.

Mary Elizabeth eyed the., girl as aut "But what happens to me?" Paul Love for God means love for our

she approached and almost forgotthe said. "I hire the girl, I put her in neighbor. If we do not love our Knowing the 111

annoyance the whole incident the show and she never asks her neighbor (and that means our fellow The first step toward cure is to

had caused her, in admiration of her boy friend to come,in even once. He man-Luke 10:25-42): ) how, then does know what the disease is.-Latin

own handiwork. The girl-in the stays away; his friends stay away; the love of God abide in our hearts? Proverb.

mid-winter costume Mary Elizabeth everybody stays away." It is worthy of note, that the recognition -

Howard, Inc., had designedwaslovely. Paul threw down the paper cut- and appreciation of this

What pity she hadn't made ter with which he had been,toying truth on the part of the scribe Artist Specialist will restore your

good! and walked over to the window in brought him near to the kingdom of OLD FADED Snaps, etc., to LIFE.

Tan, who had been ready to dance : disgust. Jan dared raise her eyes God, but not into it. He was "not Water Color Enlargements and Special Oil

across the lobby for delight when finally and studied his slim back in far from," but he was not in it. It Portraits: P.S.-Exquisite PERFUME
she first stepped out of the elevator, its faultlessly tailored morning coat. is terrifying to think how close men CREAM in PLASTIC CONTAINERS.

felt a sudden chill at Paul's tone. N She was trying, in the space of a may come to entering without doingso. Send 25c % FINE ART STUDIO

She had been on, her way to buy"abrand ; 1 few seconds, to make a decision Reader, have you entered into 225 E. Broughtorj, Savannah, Georgia

new kitten for Dora. "Mr. Harris very displeased," he that would most certainly affect not eternal life through Jesus Christ?

The uniformed man at the hotel observed deliberately. only her own life, but Dora's. III. Love Your Brethren (John

entrance reaching out a gloved ,She could not do it! At whatevercost 13:34r35); .
hand at this precise moment, set reached the corner, "Here's the pet For ONLY 1O/Now
to herself she must of
encourage within the circle
the revolving door spinning, and it shop. Isn't that the most adorable Here we come
-' Paul to believe this fairy story a little believers and see that the distinctive Less thanRHEUMATIC
spun William Anthony Deverest, kitten you ever saw? By the'way, C
correctly.hatted-and coated, into the what's your name?" while longer. thing about their fellowship
lobby. There he paused, glancing "My_my name?" the man stam "I'm sorry, Paul," she said hesi should be love for one another.

involuntarily toward the magazine mered. "Oh! Tony Tony Wil tantly. "Mr.-Mr. Deverest hasn't The old commandment of love becomes
stand. The dark girl there, who liams. Say, don't hold my boss been feeling very well. a new one because Christ ',u ua

looked up with obvious interest, against me. That dinner date meansa It sounded lame, even to herself, shows that the measure of that loveis y

made him turn quickly the other lot to me." but Paul accepted it and turned to to be His great love for us. How I

way. And then he. saw her! Jan, gurgling at the kitten, missedhis her with new eagerness. "Then did Christ love us? With a perfect, dose

Paul was saying, indeed, that he intent pleading glance. "You you'll see that he comes .in?" unselfish and thoughtful devotion, : ' a directed.
Use only as
"was disappointed, greatly disappointed can have a sandwich with me in the "Why, yes. At least I'll try." which so deeply desired the very :

Miss Payson. After all, cafeteria," she promised, "if you Paul beamed with delight and most and best for us that He was I

William Anthony Deverest might like the kitten. But if you complain escorted her to the door-with a flour- willing to lay down His holy life

have found it impossible to be present about a flea or two, the party's off." ish. At another time she would as our Saviour from marked sin. the early I

on the opening night, but a whole have been 'amused at his sudden The thing which I
j her sister. distinction
smiled She was
Jan at
church with glorious
week had by and he had never
gone maitre d'ho-
transition to the perfect
smiled a great deal nowadays, in 'a world that hated, they
looked in at the roof garden! I
even tel but now she was too miserableto
she looked and in world PAIN
Jan, dazedly trying to figure out ansi thought happy anything funny about it. loved one another, a
even when she was not smiling. and destroyed; they were
that killed
why she should be held accountable BIT-0 t slur It Now
for Mr. Deverest's 'absence, looked Well, if it made Jan happy to go out By the time the show was over even willing to die for their breth Don't Mud not SPOIl/OIll' C-2223 to relieve -

:Paul all the time, Dora put it to herself, and she was dressing to meet Tony pain of muscular rheumatismand
from seeking enlighten
away with this wonderful Tony Williams, she had arrived at only one clear ren.IV. and other rheumatic pains. Caution:
Obedient Joyful
ment from her surroundings. Her Love is directed. First bottla
be about it decision. She would tell him the Use only as
would too.
she happy
eyes encountered the gaze of the Sacrificial (John 15:10-14): ). purchase price back if not satisfied.
"Has Paul been to .see you .lately whole story and perhaps he would buy C-2223.
tall young man near the magazine Love is not an impulsive, erratic fiOc $1.00.
?" inquired Jan with elaborate un think of some way in which they
counter who was staring as if he movement of man's nature which
could to satisfy
knew her. And she had certainlyseen concern. wild-rose color manage tries to make up for neglect and unkindness -
The delicate that
him somewhere! Oh that of
yes, occasional displays
tinted Dora's pale 'cheeks gave her "We're stepping out tonight, Tony I
careless chauffeur who got her into No
her answer even before her sister said, offering her his arm. "I have generosity and thoughtfulness. I
difficulties on Thanksgiving Day! and i
Love walks the straight
said: "Well, he was here yester- the car outside and we're go-
She smiled faintly and Paul waiting God's
of obedience to
to the little dance place steady way
day. ing over
for her reply, caught the smile ,
"And the day before?" across the river. Ever been there?" commandments.
and followed her glance. Further God's law is not .accomplished
caustic words died in his throat and "Well, yes,"" said Dora. "I believe Jan shook her head and fell in Keeping by reading it, or talking
Miss Howard he was. step beside him, her heart heavy
he seized firmly: by the about it, or even learning it by
elbow and propelled her rapidly toward "You're teasing me, Dora pro again.
but by definitely practicingits
tested, pretending to be annoyed. "
the office. "But, Tony, can you afford this? precepts.This .

"What-what's the.matter?" Mary Zambrini, when he had dismissedthe As he turned a startled face to brings joy into our lives- Useful and in the HappyTo world is the

Elizabeth protested.- chorus and turned his attention'to hers she colored and added, "I meanI the real and perfect joy of Christ. be of use An-
Paul put his lips close to her ear. her, had no fault to find with would be just as satisfied totogo How little we appreciate what this only way to be happy.-Hans

"William Anthony Deverest" he Jan's rendition of the cute Jingle to a movie or something." means. Our fellowship with the Lord dersen.

whispered.And Bells song which she had been as "Why, you funny little thing." His calls for obedience and sacrifice,

Miss Howard, looking over signed. She was drawing a deep hand touched hers briefly and reassuringly but that is not a burdensome, dull, AT FIRST
t her shoulder, departed docilely breath of relief after the song was and then pressed a button distressing experience. It is a joy- .D
enough. over when the orchestra. leader and started the car purring softly. ful one. Who counts it a trial to do
"You are Jan, aren't you?" he in looked at her sharply. "Don't you worry about me and that which pleases a loved one? Do i

quired. "Mr. Harris very displeased," he don't you worry about us taking this we really love God? Then we will 1tQ

"But how did you know my observed deliberately. "He say to car, either. In spite of the way rejoice in our response to His will, 666

name?" me-'What's wrong with the show, you feel about him, my boss is fair- yes, in any possible act of devotion.

"It's quite a long story. I found Zambrini? Why we no get, big society ly decent and he wouldn't mind this Love draws no limiting line beyond '666 T, "LETS. SALVE NOSE DROPS j jl
% it out when I came to ask you to parties, lots of crowd?' I tell sort of thing at all." which it will not go.

dinner as a sort of apology for my him it's my business to put on a ITO BE CONTINUED). l I


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FOUR' -- 1
I Svn i.eE ; Red Cross Worker Visits. r-
oceans meant nothing and in which I Ed Hamilton yr I

The Clewiston News all mankind would have to learn to Race Clewiston Chapter t
neighbors.: Statement on
close No
live together as I
He 'said w'e must .come to recog br'zvc1; !,
In ClewJstoi "oui (
Friday :
are I Ibrother's
Published every we
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEW! nize the keeper"fact that and practice the'' Before leaving for Parris Island,, Mrs. A. B..Armentrout, home service :

inc. future dealing; where he takes his basic \ representative for Florida, for '.
Golden Rule in our S. C., '
do Marines Edgar G., 1 i the American Red Cross, business
Editor other nations. Unless we training in the was a
: J and unless we adopt a worldwide Hamilton ,of West Palni Beach, first I visitor in Clewiston Wednesday -

policy of "Do unto others as yoi I'candidate to announce in the newly I

Entered as 1, second 1927 at, class the Pest mall Office matte 1 in would have them do unto you," affecting created Sixth Congressional District, Mrs! Arme'ntrout spent several r

February Clewiston, Florida timler the Act of all nations both large and had no commitments to make in regard hours here with Mrs. R. Y. Patterson -, .;

!March 3, 1897.Subscription small, there ,seemed little hope' for: to his future,political activities local Red Cross chairman, reviewing :

a just and lasting peace. "My only thought now Is to be and assisting with the many I

Rule-$2.50 Per Year He offered no blueprint or set a good Marine and to live up to the calls for assistance through the

Advertising Rates On Application.Devoted plan,- but outlined the real need for: ;traditions of that great, branch of The More Folks You Tell home servicebranch of the. Red,

I a brotherhood of man, understood I the services," he said. "I want to Cross.. .
in principle by al who are serving Sell \ ___\ "
and accepted do my part with those The More Goods You oJ II
to the advancement and we]l. nations and all peoples. in every branch of the 'armed, I

fare of Clewiston and Hen ry Count; All who heard Davies' splendic forces" i A'Ove.R1IS HI t :When you :have something, to sell

---- talk were profoundly impressed anc Hamilton made his announcement : : advertise, it in the Clewiston News
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the entire, gathering of some candidate several weeks I --
as a !
his address -
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ]I. persons stood at the for close several of minute.: before, it was decided that' pre-pearl] lIIIIIIIIIIIIIItI'! IIIIIIIIIIIIII'IiiIIIIIIIIIIIIIII\ :' (?;oI11I1111I111111 r4'IIIIIIIIIIIIII' ( IIIIIIIIIIIIII' Vt>llllllllllllllli1tJ1lTI\
I Harbor fathers would be called
iSSOCIATION in tribute to this great man, "wh Prior to that time, he had laid 'nn X tf
m11 I his 11isI -
served the extensive foundation for a'

i sion; to ,Moscow." organization that, covered the entire :;: .i'.

,I RATIONING--' When Sixth it Congressional was learned District.that pre- 1=1 D ont rely ona \

r...><'........................ .......................................IM/rWM/V...-...............V.. I CALENDARMEAT I i Pearl in the armed Harbor forces fathers, he were did not needed wait :: .:=!.:
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for the mechanics of the draft to : wish t tI t.I
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Too Late To ClassifyBy I ; M, N and P 'valid, all expire I ake;low Private him. He Hamilton volunteered of the and United is-1 I I 'i':. -to"-to" I II ,

Jan. 1.Stamp. : States Marines. Mail sent to his I :: ::
RUSSELL KAY Q good Dec. 19; R, Dec. b'oMje
\ loffice in West Palm Beach will be b
T, Jan. 9, and U, '
26 S, Jan. ;

-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:..:o j!Jan. 16 FRUITS; ail expire, JAMS Jan., ETC._ 29.- I orwarded to him I .I A A_

able leadership of its Green A, Band C in book 4 Jesse McClelland Gets I t
Under f valid until Dec. 20. D, Sand F, 4' AI
and general manager V -r
Transfusion '
vice'Harold"Colee president: the Florida State I valid Dec.. 1 through Jan. 20. Blood I :: ; ::
Chamber of Commerce has steadily its : 29 in book 4 valid for 5 Jesse McClelland is said to be re-I IX" .
widened -
and I
increased service to its.become scope the dominant and funds through Jan. 15 overing: though very slowly at Lee I .;. .. iiE:
SHOES Memorial Hospital in Fort Myers
for the advancement _
outstanding. agency state. Book 1 stamp 18 and book 3 stamp where he was taken Nov. 15 ftul': -\ V v hi._ .
of the iU.L-I'
1 on airplane sheet valid indefinitely. fering from a pistol wound in :. ".: [
The organization's annual meeting : Loose stamps accepted only on abdomen. Two operations have : : A savings account, :_,: !
Miami Beach last yviNSt
held at week'1 fn effort to save\
mail orders.- been performed an '

attracted ,the largest and polio ... GASOLINE I his life. ::: with our insured =!: 'I!
civic, industrial, business I No. 8.-A coupons good through Volunteers' who answered a call, ,_: r

tical leaders assembled in one group Feb. 8 for three gallons; B and Bland for blood donors Monday for aI :,_: safety will provide ::
time and the well arranged '
for Small, ,
for a long C and C-l coupons good transfusion were Dennis ,_. AMC a7

and constructive program prov- two gallons; B-2 and C-2 good- for Chavous Curry, Ed Curry, Cleo the hings want tx
worthwhile. i you
ed very much !five gallons. Duke and Fred Clemons. The two

Wartime messages' of unusual in- FUEL; OIL Currys, who happen to be brothers\ t

terest came from such leaders as \ No. 1, new series, good through II in-law of McClelland were found to 4

Ralph Bradford, general manager of Jan. 3.New. have the right type of blood in a I
the Chamber of Commerce of the definite value coupon good I II test made Monday morning. They AA

United States, Dean Walter J.\any time. I.were called back Tuesday and after A
Matherly of the University of Florida Another reduction in ration point!! the transfusion'' was made" McClel- AA

Frederick Riebel, Jr., ,head of values, for consumers on the point land was said: to show signs. 'of. 'im-' _:_ .A_to.

production branch of the Bureauof table except variety and canned l provement. : i l .yl to

.. Aeronautics, U. S. Navy, Governor JI meats. "was announced: tonight by I Chief Deputy Sheriff Jim Maddox '

Spessard L. Holland and Josepli Price' "Administrator Bowles. It I said he shot McClelland after ,he

E. Davies of Palm Beach, formerAmbassador becomes effective at 12:01 a. m., crowded the officer into a cafe l i '

'to Russia"and Belgium Monday. fAll I I showcase while flourishing a black- ?

Two_ addresses, both made Jat the+ I pork steaks, roasts, smoaked I jack. I[ .?V.

annual banquet, stand out above all 'ham, bacon and ready-4o-eat, meat I I -;.

else: one the message from Governor are reduced. by one point a pound. 'YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID I E: niiiiiiiiie I'>:'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIP IIIIIIIIIIIIII I'>:'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIi l'>:'IllllllllIlllIl i IIIIIIIIIIIIII l IIIIIIIIIIIII! 1I111I1I1I11I1ii:1::
with to Flor IS
Holland regard Fresh hams hams which'are i- ,
ida's financial position and organi- neither frozen, cured or smoe<
'I L-l-
zation to meet. post-war problems, are cut by two points per pound.Fresh

the pther an educational and in-j smoked and cooked sau-! ,

spiring talk by Ambassador containing no other meat ex-(
both of which left much food for sages
I cept pork are down one point Dry 1IE1iLFOODIS:
offeringa '
thought, at the, same time such as hard .
and semi-dry sausages .
confidence -
faith and '
sound basis for '" ; :'-
salami, pepperoni, mortadella, are, -" :
in the future. I I. down one point regardless of beef ; > .
Analyzing tne state's position, the ingredients. I. ... :

governor pool pointed now ,totalling to an$33,000,000 unemployment -! The only pork items, not e.ffectedj 1 WEAPON

andexpressed the. hope. to "see it 1 in the' general reduction are variety=-] .X. YOUR
reach $45,000,00'0 by the end, of the meat's' -hearts, livers and tongues-

next year, available to offset after- 'land a few items already listed atl
with 'II point a pound. (Fatbacks .
thewaradjustment.. Along one
this he called attention to a fund clear plates, hocks, jowls, joyl butts I A\j?& ;..
and plates.)
between $11,000,000 and $12,000- I I or squares, knuckles ,
000 held by the State Road Department I NO POINTS FOR FOOD GIFTS r rI r. FREE Kitchen-Chart.

and a state war emergency I The bans on gifts of rationed
which foods-has been lifted, in time to let I shows how .
fund of $8,600,000, all of I make J you __
stands as a bulwark and insurance \ families and charitable groups

against post-war ,emergencies. He I their traditional Christmas presents I f Y can use foodto .oJ-'.

further reported the financial con- lof hams, jellies, cheese, preservesand ; '

dition of most counties to be in excellent other foods, according toChauncey shorten the war t
shape and indicated our Butler,. district director "

ability to face the future with confidence -'I of the Office of Price Administration -\

at Jacksonville.
I Gifts of shoes from one consumer !1
Ambassador Davies praised the | ,J,.
to another also may be made. .
its farsightedness -
administration for
and achievement in the con- OPA also has eased its shoe import -( 'weapon' .. :
_.1 American food a
the consumer
regulations, so
paying'high tribute
duct of the war, "
to President Roosevelt for his can get shoes made outside this of war-like our planes* I
ration-free, either as gifts ;,
masterful handling of our relation-'\ country
ship with allied powers. from civilians and soldiers abroador "r 1ood14V u guns, tanks.
The collector SHARE yew +
imports. '
Russia'Davies I as personal -
Turning to the subject of .... u D dtiMl f fighter on the i
of customs will release such ., \tooa You are a
praised"both Stalin and the + "out( kAO ,,\\i\1 pa'! :

Russian people, for their magnificent' :shoes' ration-free, although not more to 1011 r-.... .. ....0 ""''0 "Food Front". If you manage -
achievement and termed Russia an than two pairs may be Oft 1M 1"'l. ft.1......0 Bi a"c to i iOM
tran oo ,d'i0M help
same wisely
in the food you
the same person 0
ally in which .we could, place full By llw M ; ; 1 1B1
confidence. He warned that dangerous saction. the time till Victory.
shorten '
rule applies only I I ( lt I'l.M-d: 1lh1's ?at ,
influences, designed to discredit The point-free ..."M. 0 QtAYSoUARE
wG''''''i'. .
Russia and question her sin- to gifts of foods from consumers to iw
cerity of purpose, were at work, and I NO POINTS FOR GOOD GIFTS pi"."';.'" ..:....i........0 p, .A 7 .0
termed such talk Nazi-inspired. ,He Organized charities and similar \ooOf'C'l. ':' \cft.d"\ 10< ,ApnNpO
p .... 0 ....
'i distributefood 4: 1H'i itylinl ... .. '
pointed out that Russia had con- groups which each year ,'1od1 Bik;vM
: ; 1
0<"' <>0
sistently kept her ,word and paid to the needy, may apply to r .\.c;t'Iood1"'l.- 0
B1 .... "" SHARE
her debts and stated that she could I their local war price 'and rationing .u"" PRODUCE

be depended upon to continue to boards for points to buy whatever PIAYSQUARE
d'so.. \ foods they need, and in distributing I CDHSFRYE "" '

these foods, must collect ration .' I
Speaking of the Russian demandfor
a second front, he pointed to her stamps. However, they may receive\ > ;

staggering loss of five million men rationed; foods .which I :
with their own stamps .
have bought
and the destruction of thousands
her richest and most productiveareas and distribute these without collect\ I :

and said it was only normal ing ration stamps. '
.... : I
still holds for- retailers. '
and natural for a nation to call for The ban \ ; ,
FAT ""'
help when making such sacrifices. POINTS housewife FOR SALVAGED will receive one Pick this Food chart '# :!
The up 1
Condemning those who even now II j :
while Russia alone faces the full brown ration point for each one- FREE :, ; '

might of German military strengthon half pound of salvage kitchen fats I 0 at your grocer's today. tc t v4i'' +Jgm :: t

front question her she takes to her retailer, which started ,, \ \
the western kitchen. It will help :
sincerity because 'she has failed to December 13, it has been announced Hang it in your -

Ip1 engage Japan in the east, he said by Chauncey Butler, district day to shorten the war. ", ' r
director of the Office of Price Ad- you every
action and -
she could not risk such, I
should not be ,expected to. ministratoin at Jacksonville. COUNCIL,IN COdPERATlON '1Tf:'

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s I MRS. BESTOR HOSTESS AT Gasoline Supply World 'War I, a liCe-long'Democrat,1 I
CHRISTMAS 'BRIDGE PARTY I and has been, engaged in the
I k I For Florida Cut tice of law in West Palm prac-I SEWING MACHINE,,SERVICE ;

r-Personals I'I'i j jj Mrs. H. A. Bestor entertained i the past twenty years. Parts, for All Makes

, members of her bridge club at the Late word on tne gasoline ---- Buttonhole Attachments .
annual Christmas party Wednesday
i .. afternoon. The Bestor home was age here is that "it is hard to short-I 2,044,044; No. 4 Ration Used Machines, '
I Service stations have' a little "'
1 Mrs. I. E. Scott of Moore Haven beautifully. decorated for the holi- precious fuel on hand and are; Books Issued In Florida BOY, 11 .. Belle GladeJohnson's ;
! was the guest of Mr.. and Mrs. R. day season. '
( stretching it to reach, around, so that
' At the bridge game Mrs. J. E. I
M. Weeks yesterday. | Beardsley won first prize and Mrs I cars and trucks may be> kept'iun-
I ning. I According to word received from
! Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hull and R. C. Wilson second prize. Each I --
family spent this week in LaBelle' member carried a gift for the exchange I From the PAW Washington I the OPA office in Jacksonville, a "
" Mrs. Hull. I of gifts and in addition came word last Friday that Florida total of 2,044,044 Floridians have
: visiting Mr. and Perry '
t I :1'1 and Georgia would receive less I Fish
small toy, which were gathered received war ration 'book No.4' and Camp
distributed at the close of the game, I gasoline in December' than in several.
Mrs. Currie and daughter, .
Eddye months past.A I registrants are up 81,400 throughNov. (Near Hurricane Gate) .
Lovvorn returned from a stay each member chosing the packageshe
r Clewiston, Fla.
30.Dacie .
:. in Tampa and Gainesville., I' wished. petroleum administrator for I Boats and Motors-Guide Service '
I Mrs. Bestor served __a congealed war said Florida and Georgia had County reported the hig'h- Rates ReasonableW.

(. Mr. and Mrs. J. ,E. Beardsley and salad in red and green colors with been receiving 20 to 40 per cent est'number of registrants with 297.- H. Johnson, Mgr.
son, Bruce, were week end visitors hot rolls, coffee and, fruit cake to i above the supplies the government''I 854, the OPA said. Duval County
", In Miami. Mrs. Beardsley, Mrs. Wilson, agency had determined were required totaled 250,684 and Hillsbovough
r I
-- r ri Otto Larsen, 1Irs.Vr C. MrS'1 i for the area, because trans- came next 'w'th 205,666.FDR4aq.s .

: Mrs* Otto Larsen and Mrs W.. H. Mrs. C.' J. Nielsen, Mrs, N. V. S'I portation: was not available ,to ,send ------"

r' Lanier were visitors in Miami Tuesday Mumford, Mrs F. Deane Duff and,the stocks north. That problem has 1'-
v Mrs. F. E. Conkling. been solved now and stocks are be-

t.. __ j! ing moved to the northeastern states EXPERIENCEDDRESSMAKING
I I : ,4
f- Miss Esther Galloway is leaving SURPRISE SHOWER GIVEN to. meet ,urgent! needs. I

t today to spend the. Christmas vaca- FOR RECENT BRIDE I However, It was said that gasoline I hope Americans ,
( tion at her home in Lakeland. \ 1 t released should be sufficient will figure out for LIMITED AMOUNT OF WORK

,- i JJiss Marilyn Davis entertained j to cover coupons ,issued even thoughthe themselves .additional TAKEN
: Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg returned with a surprise bridal shower -Friday -!| cut was made.Cunningham. payroll sav Call Mondays Thru Fridays Only

k Sunday from New York where they afternoon complimenting ,Mrs.I: ings. PHONE '28

have been for the past ten days oni( Melvin Carlton, 'who before her recent Enters"Congressional

t' a business trip..' I marriage was Miss Christine ,,
: ---- Redish.
I IL Race l .
Mrs. Ida Hawe of Randolph, Net : The party was given at the f, .,,- '
: braska, arrived Sunday for a visit munity Center. Prizes were com-\\ -- 1

f. with Mr. and Mrs. 'L. J. Pape and the quiz games by Miss Betty Jean Peter J. Cunningham; lawyer of i
family. Townsend and Mrs. L. C. Redish.
I West Palm Beach, has entered the,
Thehostess, assisted by H.I I I
.' race for Congress from the new,
: Misses Laura and Marguerite Mi- ,L. Davis, served a cold plate salad Sixth Congressional District, subject -'/ Tax Collector NoticeThe i iI
;:' 2elle spent the week end in Moore J I course to Mrs. ,Melvin Carlton, Mrs. to the Democratic Primary.This .

t Haven with their parents, ,Miand L. C. Redish, Miss P.armelia Bourne, j District comprises eleven counties -1
Mrs. O. E. 'Mizelle.- .- Miss Marion Yoder, Miss Betty Me-1 I
t; I ; Br ward, Palm Beach, Martin
Duffie, Mrs. Patricia Denig., Miss |
St. Lucie; Indian River, Okeechobee,
,; ,. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Stroud and June Ellen Dunaway, Miss Betty 1
I Glades, Lee, Hendry, Charlotte and
, son are leaving Monday to spend the I II Townsend, Mrs M. A. Thomas and I DeSoto, and. has' a total populationof II
ii' Christmas holidays at their home in Mrs. S. P. Slonaker.
I approximately 200,000
' Punta Gorda. I J -
I He if nominated ,and 1943 are"now in my
j ,PEG POWELL CELEBRATES says elected'i tax books for the year of open
Mrs. Thomas B. Shelley of Miami BIRTHDAY W PARTY he will work for the office, and if you have not received your tax statement please .

f.- spent a few days here the first I I freight rates and the right drop me a card for we want to make a better record on the
of the week with Mr. and Mrs E. E. Florida sugar growers to grow all '
Peggy' Powell celebrated her 1943 Tax Roll than we ,did for 1942. In other words, I am
Kelly. I' the sugar they can sell. He stresses -
----- I twelfth\ birthday at her home ,Saturday the point that the United States hoping! to collect 100 per cent. In this way we can, run our

Robert Kelly, U. S. Navy who is i afternoon with a party for aJ J should be prepared for ''war at all schools and all departments,; of our County can function. If

stationed at Mayport, was the guest number of her friends: A shoe I times. I can be *of any service to you at Clewiston, in paying your .

: of his uncle and aunt, Mr.. and Mrs. j scramble and quiz contest resultedin He states that after the 'war we taxes and buying your auto tags I will be at Alston's Drug
E: E. Kelly, Sunday. prizes being awarded to 'David l :'
December 23, December
should tls'e smaller Thursdays December 16,
Twiddy and Mary Lois Hawkins.Ice I many of our army Store on ,
Mr. and Mrs.. C. E. Robbins and cream, cake and candies were.camps, hospitals and equipment for 30, and January 6 of 1944, and. January 13, 1944, afternoonand

son, Vollney, spent Wednesday here served by Peggy to Phyllis Bishop, the isolation and treatment of all evening. 1lay. S 1

visiting Mr. and Mrs. ,J. E. Beards- Christine Dunaway, Shirley Ben, persons who suffer from highly "
1 ley and Mr.. and Mrs. Joseph Rob- : contagious and infectious ,diseases '
; : : bow, Ann Prewitt, Ann Slonaker, ;
;IryI bins. ". ."_. -y- ,' JuneCpJliet, ,Mary Lois Hawkins, and who are, unable to procure ,hospitalization .- :. :, ": !
I -
-,. and treatment in their ; :, ,
', t Margaret Himrod, Jimmy Johnson, 1 .
COVERED DISH Bobby Berne'r, Jimmy: Waters, Harry own communities.This ;:. ;
OF MOTHERS SUPPER''I candidate believes that a .. i
Vaughn, Kay Bowden and David ; '
generous old-age pension will be :,: ;. ; 1
.r A Christmas party and covered' Twiddy- j necessary after the war so as to relieve _;;, -' l R.'N. MILLER, ,

::1 ; dish supper was given at the CornI'!I'' FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH unemployment. He also advocates 1 1S

munity Center Monday I 'H. C. Meador, ,Pastor a harbor and good roads development : TAX COLLECTOR..
members of the Mothers Club of the : for this community as a
II' .
Community Church, with their husbands -i po t-war' program.
Sunday School-9:45 a, m.
as special guests. I Cunningham is a veteran of!
Morning Worship, 11.; 00 a. m. I .

Christmas decorations were in Training Union-6:15 'p. m. +wr ,..-..,..-..-.._... ............. ............. ... ... ... ,
evidence the dinner table and : .... ...............- ....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: : : ; : : : ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;";';";';";";";';";";";":":"
on on ...... ... : :. : :
Evening Worship.;-...7:30 p. m. ;::: : : : : : : :..:..:..:.:..:..:..:.:..:...:.:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :;: : : : : : : : : ::1y
the walls of the Parlor
The Training Union is sponsoringa s :
games and contests were played aft :,
chorus sing each Sunday evening
' er supper and prizes were won by
'" beginning at G p. m. If you like to
'I Mrs. E. J., Casper, Mrs. D, C. Han.
sing here is the place to enjoy this
... cock and Dr. C. E. Gericke. j i delight. I ._.
The Christmas package for the I Christmas I 1 ewiston Golf CourseE. f
child ,sponsored by the Club was displayed program rehearsals will i
I :: and Mrs. C. E, Gericke, be held :Sunday afternoon at 3:30 I
chairman, announced that the gifts ''I p. m., and also Monday: night at S :: f :i:

i would. be sent on Thursday. Plans .p. m. Everyone in the Christmas

,k-'. for the the,Sunday Nursery School tree to pre-school be given age by 1:,'these program rehearsals.is urged to be present for I E. LEONARD, Professional ; !j

'; children were discussed. The tree A Christmas party for the W. M.I i j :

t,' will be on Monday night at 7 o'clock I S. will be held at the home of 1Jl's.1Ben ]

,: at the church. Bolton on Tuesday evening .at]

Singing of Christmas carols by'i 18 p. m., All ladies of the W. M. S.I'

V the group closed the evening's en- I are cordially invited to come. I

tertainment. Those attending were I The hour of prayer will be held atj l
i) Rev. and Mrs. David C. Hancock, the church Wednesday evening at Si} t

Dr., and Mrs. C. E. Gericke, Mr. and p. m. This is service which should\ 1..1 {f. 1;.
Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mr. and Mrs. call forth all praying :
I' Glen Brower, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Our studies in the Book'ChriStians'l

:, Hutson, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Brown, ians will be concluded

I Dr.Mrs.and Carl Mrs.Johnson*J. W., Dr.Ezelle.and Mr.Mrs.and,W. vice.prayer Bring and Bible,your study.Bibles. Join us in I ::_: ,' You will find a big smile, a.hearty welcome' and l lots 'of pep :!:

IL D. Wylle, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Mc- PROGRAM ,
,, CHRISTMAS [ will be1
r' Lendon, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Durden, I held at the church Thursday even-'| :: and enthusiasm when you go 'out to the course-Makes :!:

\ Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lingham, Mr. and I ing at'8 p. m.' Santa Claus will be II | '

i'( Mrs. Curtis Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. I present to greet all with a jolly good:,, you' believe you, can hit em 270 yards right down the 1
: W. N. Martin, Mrs. E. J. Casper and I laugh. The Christmas program: I '
Ir '
:v Mrs. M. R. Stroud. [ "The Great Light," wiII'W present-,''I' :';: middle He will make you do it too if ,you'll give him :
ed. A cordial invitation is extended y
''f' MRS OWENS DINNER PARTY I Ii to 'all. I I :!: the chance. 4:
I : I
Mrs. Ruth B. Owens entertained. CHURCH 'i. -, .!.
) with a Christmas dinner party at David* C. Hancock, Pastor
her home Wednesday evening, her I
Il guests being friends whose husbands -I Sunday, Dec. 19, 1943 I j Ask him about week-end contests and prizes also about \

I. are serving overseas. i Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr. C.

It}, The living room was decorated E. Gericke, superintendent. Classesfor 1 :!: the, 't ur.nament. he is planning. Look..for".an early announcement ; ::
i poinsettias and with a lighted all ages.Morning ..' .' ...
; Christmas tree. On the dining table Worship, 1100a.; m. I i the ladies. *, .
I :: concerning ,, ::
!4' '
It': toy soldiers and sailors held appropriate A nursery for small children is I Iv

\I :. place cards, 'each card I conducted by the Mothers'. Club at i l ; c < .. '.> -- t
bearing a "message" 'in '. "
r rhyme from the Community Center. .
the absent husband. Costume Special Christmas music by the! ..' .. _.\ .'.
.. .:.
i I : :
handkerchiefs in various shades choir. I I'" .!.
: t .. were given as favors from the Sermon subject ,"In the Fullnessof .::.. \ ...
Christmas tree. Time." : ,' {
I '' '
After dinner the guests enjoyedthe I You are cordially invited to wor-\. :i:. .- ..
Army favorite game "snake- ship with us. X'i.
: '< eyes" until a late hour. First prize Choir rehearsal Friday evening at I' < ::- .:.
was won by Mrs. Nail and second by eight o'clock.

', .t.:. '"Mrs. Bell. I Sunday School Christmas pro- i Clubs Balls Golfing Supplies i
Mrs. Owens was assisted in caring gram for pre-school children Monday ,
for her guests Mrs. M. .;.
by C. vDoke. evening. Program for older : .
The guest list included Mrs. Sandy I members of Sunday School will be :;:: ENJOY FLORIDA SUNSHINE IN THE. OUTDOORS ::: f
Bell, Mrs. Campbell Nail, Mrs. Art held Thursday evening. y

I '. Lawrence, Mrs., Larry Nash, Mr. I I *

I r JMrs.Ed Ward R. R., Mrs.Hooks.Jimmy Weaver and I service Does get your The boy Clewiston; and girl News in? the <..<<<-,...:..:";";" :..X--XKK..X..X"XK"X"X"X":":":.':*<..X.<..:..:.'.:.:..:..:..:..: :..:-:..:..:.................................'...............................................................................t. ,.

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**m* ammm m mm m

How nice it is to stroll 1EJQtliPQbuQ !r

through life International Unity Aidedonfereoce ,i

UrtK time to i7.se for I OR W EA ON When washing, if a handful o(

salt is added to the last rinse wa- t:
idle ends, By Moscow ter, it keeps the clothes from freez- l
To gather people t..3 r :d Washington, D. C.MARSHALL'S ing fast to the line
we go MEMORYFor t

And nv .ke. a Results of Famed Tripartite Meeting Con- a long time, Jim Farley and Change the flavor of gravy by (
Mrs. Henry Wallace were supposedto adding a sprinkle of dried dill. Stir 1

choice bouquet6 tinue to Grow; Spirit of Compromise have the best memories! around vigorously. Will give a tempting "!

oF Friends. Washington. But they have a real I and unusual flavor.

R.TC""*. Achieved in Moscow. rival in the chief of staff, General ;

Marshall. A milk-bottle cap placed in the

Returning from a warfront town, paraffin top of each preserve jar ;
0 By BAUKHAGENews Marshall held a press conference. just before it hardens will make t
Twenty-one the removing and replacing of the
Analyst and Commentator. newsmen were present. t,
-- Marshall said he would answer one wax covers very easy when the

WNU Features. WNU Service, Union Trust Building I monarch, Britain; one with a com- question from each newsman.He tab on the cap is ,used as a handle.' 1 f,

x, Washington, D. C. munistic form of government, Russia turned to the man nearest himon fI

Some weeks before Secretary Hull I ; and one, a democratic republic, the right and- said, "All right, I r
of War NewsAs what's
the United States. yours?
I i Farmers Lasso Crocodiles
left for his Mission to The
interviewed him in his office in the I The test came in Italy. After the question proved toe rather i

Stockholm, Sweden, is today state department. Shortly after.,.he I parleys 'at Moscow, the AMG was elaborate." "I will answer that in a r L

the chief center of war news and returned, he received a number of : limited in its functions, taking over minute, said Marshall. "But" let'sgo Lassoing crocodiles is the astonishing t

political information, more than us in that same office and gave us only the districts nearest the front. And ahead. What's yours? pastime farmers of Ma- ;
100 foreign correspondents are stationed an informal talk about his trip. An Allied military commission was answering any ques- rajo, an island in the mouth of the ;
there, about 10 times the One of the things which impressedme formed which is making maximumuse tions, he went the rounds of 21 men Amazon river, Brazil. Because the, ;

normal number, says Collier's. greatly as I heard the secretaryin of the local native civilian offi and got'their 21 questions. Then he beasts menace livestock, the ;

.Some 40 -are from Axis territories the course of the hour-long meeting cials. proceeded to answer the questions farmers engage in a seasonal
and the remainder from the Allied his remarkable one by one. "crocodile battle," when the crea- t
telling us sidelights on Italian GovernmentBut
Not only did he remember the
nations and neutral countries. the way tures are trapped"and shot.
experience, was what about the governmentwhich question which each of the "
Excepting the Germans, who 'one word which he had used in his twentyone Shooting does not assure their
rent a private suite, all these cor- talk with me kept cropping up again the Allies would accept as had asked, but he rememberedwho death, however, so after the"sport"

respondents and their ,assistantsuse and It the word "under- satisfactorily representing the will asked it. Pointing to each man, is over, the farmers lasso
one pressroom maintained by again." He was it to personal of the Italian people? Surely Britain he said, "Now your question was-" them, pull them ashore, and kill

v the Swedish foreign office. standing.relationships applied and exchanges between would demand that monarchy be And then he named it and proceeded -. them with axes.Human .
given a chance to remain in power. to answer it.
the members of the tripartite
Surely Russia would have no traffic This was more than a feat of
and to the whole discussionand
meeting with kings and would instead demand memory. It gave order and bodyto QuadrupletsHuman
Just 2 drops Penetro the decisions which grew out
Nose Drops In each a strong left-wing set-up. the answers, and eliminated the
nostril help you of it. confusion of most conferences.Note
freer almost of The supposed American compromise press quadruplets be
breathe It seemed to be a case progres- may
II i h instantly, to give your sive understanding.In was a temporary regency, thatis : Other competitors for the born in any of 22 combinations,
( 2
air. 25c %
head Club" Nat Howard of
1J1 times as much for 50c. our first conversation, the sec- a liberal regent such as Count "Memory are such as two pairs of identical
... Caution: Use only as the which Carlo Sforza who was in exile from the Cleveland News, formerly U. S. girls, three identical boys and a
retary, indicating papers
directed.- Always get the Fascist and who left press censor; and Erwin A. Holt of
Penetro Nose Drops covered his great desk, said they regime girl or two identical girls and two
America after the surrenderof Burlington, N C., who can tell you
all dealt with Russia. I did not know shortly fraternal boys. One of the rarestof
The little of the the day of the week you were bornon _
Italy. son crown
then that there was to be 'a Moscow the combinations is four fra-

Quarter Million Sent Over Wire meeting. And he made the point prince would remain the 'symbolic if you .give him. the. date.CAPITAL ternal boys; such a,birth occurredin .

The largest sum of money ever ,with considerable emphasis, that head of the state. Many said that C a family named Perricone on a

order in there was so much suspicion on the neither Russia nor Britain would ac- CHAFF farm near Beaumont, Texas, on
sent by telegraph money ;
John D. M Hamilton is ,
this CL getting
Russian cept suggestion. October 31 1929.
the ,
the United States was, the $250,000 part of persons discussing -
paid by Western Union to a New situation that it was exceedingly However, although no definite step around $25,000, a year 'and expenses
Yorker in 1932. hard to work toward an agree- has been.taken, semi-official sources from Joe Pew, in part for his work I
ment. have indicated that when Rome is against Willkie. How things change! 1 1Navy'

recaptured and Marshal Badoglio, Four years ago Pew was the ,man

DON'T LETCONSTIPATIOJ Open Discussion now premier, steps out, there will who helped select Willkie. NONE
Then in his talk on his return, ,. be "virtual 'agreement on the.part of C.Adm. Adolphus Andrews, recently

he repeated this thought, saying that the three victor nations on the"American -* retired from the Eastern Defense SURER .

SLOW YOU UP many people. because of their deep compromise. All that remains command, has been offered $100,000

prejudices, had made it hard to will be an agreement on the part of a year by an unnamed commercialoutfit. ,36 TABLETS 20 100 TABLETS 35
When bowels and
are sluggish you be- WORLDS $
about understanding LARGESTSELLERATO!
bring an
feel irritable, headachy, do as million the Italian people. Even if the latter -
do-chew FEEN-A-MTNT, the modern tween the three nations. He said is not achieved, there is' evidence C Ann Corio, the strip tease_artist,
chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew that when he left for Moscow, he enough already of tripartite was turned down by the Red Cross .
FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed. misunderstanding when she 'Pancake'The
felt that much of the applied for overseas duty
taking only in accordance with package due to misinformation whichall compromise and unity to seem with the "distress corps" becauseshe navy "pancake" is a recently -
the of the Mission to
directions-sleep without being dis- confirm success Diesel
turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough the parties shared concerning the Moscow. was not a college graduate. perfected engine
relief, helping you feel swell again. Try others. In order to correct that, C C. 'The war department has sent in- whose cylinders are stacked one
FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy every effort was made at frank and structions to all motorized units to above another, flapjack fashion. It

and economical.A generous family supply open discussion and, as a result, Economic QuestionsThe get along with their present tires. ,is used in a speedy new type of

questions which had been considered ways and means committeeof Just one indication of how tight tires sub-chaser. -

FEEN-A-MiNT '10; most difficult to solve auto- the house has only been able to are going to be.

matically disappeared.And agree on methods of raising one- C. The Poles are burned up by what

the secretary pointed out that fifth of the money which the govern- happened at Moscow.

Our Specific GravityThe as' the conIerence'progressed many ment says it is necessary to haveto .

correct basis for determining points immediately developed where continue the war. Not only h"asit CONGRESS DOWN ON DOCTORS

excess fat is the body's specific what might be called the "selfish in- been unwilling to tax the higher Despite the dangerous shortage of:

gravity. Fat is lighter than wa- terests" of each nation were discovered brackets further but it also is afraidto doctors and dentists, the house appropriations C XI..F.tou.S7DClca& All m.hta.a-.n'

ter; lean flesh and bone are to be common interests.He recommend the sales tax be- committee slashed a

heavier. explained how military cooperation cause that affects the largest groupof $1,000,000 request by the U. S. Public [HOW QUINTUPLETS

had been achieved as the voters-everybody. Health service from the supple- relieve of
need for it grew and how, with this Naturally the first thing that a citizen mental defense bill. coughing

ffo relieve distress of MONTHLY> development, .it became clear that leaps to defend is his pocket- However, what most observers CHESf'CODS

female Weakness similar co-operation must be estab- book. The administration has at- missed was the fact ,that this same
lished along, political and economic tempted to lay down as a goal a committee less than six months ago Whenever the Quintuplets catch cold-
their chests throats and backs rubbed
maximum net income of $25,000 in are
Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com- lines, especially regarding an in- disapproved a $175,000 request for with Musterole. So Musterole must be
pound to Is made especially women ternational organization to preserve wartime, perhaps twice as much in medical relief on the ground that the jus about the best cold-relief you can buyl
help relieve periodic pain with Its .
weak, tired, nervous, blue feelingsdue peace. peacetime. Now perhaps the Amer- request should have been bigger! Musterole helps break up local con-
to functional monthly disturbances ican people don't want to put any enable gestion in upper bronchial tract, makes
The secretary set off for Moscow The $1,000,000 fund was to breathing easier,proro tlyrelievescough-
Taken reguarly-P1nkbam's Com- under a hail of attack from one sec- limit whatever on incentive. Never- the relocation of 600 doctors and ing and tight,sore,aching chest muscles
pound helps build up resistance tion of the press which labeled him theless, there is always an outcry dentists in areas where they are due to colds. In 3 Strengths: Children
against such symptoms. Here Is a against the accumulation of wealth Mild, Regular and Extra Strong.Sub's .
product that helps nature and "anti-Russian." If there ever was desperately needed, and was vetoed
I, that's the kind to buy! Famous for justice in such a charge, which Mr. and we know that when wealth be- despite warnings by War Manpow-
a Thousands
thousands century.of women have reported upon Hull emphatically denied, he came comes concentrated, panics result.If er's Dr.-Frank H. Lahey, the American -

benefits. Follow label directions.Worth back with no such feeling. In fact, the various influences resisting Medical association, the American -,

< trying VEGETABLE he made it clear that he was now taxation which will bring down their Dental association, and the war ,
IIEINKNM'S COMPOUND convinced that few countries had ceiling on incomes succeed in forc- and navy departments that in some

more in common and less in con- ing congress to defeat such laws, and areas there was only one physicianto

flict, especially in the economic field. granted the rest of the people accept every 3,000 civilians.But BatteriesThe sub-
the defeat, democracy is not to the committee butchered the electric batteries of a

S'KINIRRITATIONS OF Unconvinced blame. The selfish group has won- $1,000,000 just the same. marine, which are used only for
Although all of the official state and it has won, not because con- In contrast, here is how the same submerged propulsion,

acne bums (blackheads), and ments issued in Moscow and in Lon- gress ,wants to please a few voters committee ruled last May on a $175- about one-fifth of its weight, or

ugly pimples Millions relieve don and Washington after the delegates but because congress has been con- 000 request for relocating 70 physi- surface displacement tonnage.
home treatment.
: miseries with simple had returned to their vinced that the interests
J Goes to work at once. Direct action aids respec- special are cians:
t healing:, works the antiseptic way. Use tive homes, stressed the accomplishments represented by a majority votersin "The committee is well aware that
Black and White Ointment only as directed. of the conference their im- other words, the majority wins.
I' .lOc.25c.60c sizes.25 years success. the shortage of physicians in many
Money-back guarantee. C3 Vital In portance and the probability of their Another current issue which is sections of the country is acute,

Black cleansing and Is White good soap.Skin Enjoy Soap famous daily. effect on future negotiations, still very much before congress is the but considers that any program

there were those who chose to see threat to little business. Right now, which would provide for the serv-

great gaps yawning and unbridged 70 per cent of the war contracts are ices of only 70 physicians is so in- wt
WNU 7 48-43 between the three nations.Of held by about 100 firms. effectives to be unjustifiable.

course, only time can tell how Senator O'Mahoney is proposinga "The committee is willing to give

thorough the common understandingreally measure which would produce an consideration to .any type of pro-
is and how far the respective incentive on' the part of the investors gram which the Public Health serv-

nations will be able to go to hold toa that is, those-with large capitalsto ice may suggest to meet the needin

I I unity of purpose through the spend, to invest in small rather a more adequate manner."
stormy times ahead. But there have than large business; that would be sUNCLE *
For You To Feel Well
already been evidences that a spirit done by making taxes on big business SHYLOCK?
24 hours day 7 days
week, never stopping every the kidney.every filter of compromise was achieved which I so heavy so that the profits resulting Hottest question at the Atlantic
waste matter from the blood.If did bear actual fruit. I to the investor would not City relief conference: Who pays with
more people were aware of how the
kidneys must constantly remove surplus This was true in the case of Italy. be as large as if he had his moneyin the relief bill?
fluid, excess acids and other waste Some time article small business. the
matter that cannot stay in the blood ago, a magazine There is no dispute about qual GOOD-TASTING TONIC
without injury to health, there wouldbe appeared which purported to out- Small business has to be protected ity of mercy, but some think it
better understanding of why the line the plan by which the countries it is admitted, if free enterprisein blesses him that takes more than Good-tasting Scott's Emulsion contains
whole !is when
system fail
upset kidneys
to function properly. liberated from Axis domination America is to continue. If any him that gives. In short, most of natural A and D Vitamins often needed .
Burning,scanty or too frequent urination would be governed by the successful single group or groups manage to the foreign delegates are willing to to help build stamina and resistance to
sometimes warns something build ,
is wrong. You may suffer nagging back Allies. The plan was a pretty rigid convince the elected officials of the pledge products of all kinds from colds and minor ills.Helps strong
bones and sound teeth too I Give good-
ache, headaches, dizziness, rheumatic ,
one, with the AMG (Allied Military country that they can muster their countries, for relief of the oppressed -
pains, getting up at nights:: swelling. tasting Scott's daily, the year-round!
Why not try Doan't Pills You will Government) seeming to be rooted enough votes to defeat the people peoples of Europe, provided -

be country using over.a medicine Dean's stimulate recommended the function the deeply into the governmental fabricof who are responsible for such a tax those products may be sold, not >Recommended by Many Doctorsjn1

of the kidneys and help them to the liberated nations. There was plan, its obvious that the majority'swill given away.
flush blood.out They poisonous contain nothing waste from harmful.the criticism here to the effect that the will be frustrated. There againit But the United States thinks there

Get Doan't today. Ue with confidence.At United States was taking on the responsibility goes back to the individual. Individuals should be same bountiful giving, as
all drug stores.DOANSPlLLS. of running the world and who do not vote destroythe a pump-priming operation to get the

' it was predicted that there could democratic processes by permit- war-torn countries back into produc-

never be an agreement between ting a minority of the people to become tion.

three victors, one with a hereditary the majority of the voters.

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E. The Japs were *rong. :

t, :q T> :.;;. Lets keep then wrong .' i iI

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The Japs were wrong. you make it your personal duty to take Ct.re of the tires more heat. They are given long, hard usage on all kinds.

Cutting off our rubber supply in the Pacific didn't you now own. of highways. They are all too frequently overloaded. .

c take us out of the war-or even slow us up. Frankly, today's synthetic rubber bus and truck tires

Government #Wt mz& will not stand the abuse that prewar tires would stand, especially -
For ,the Rubber Director, the rubber industry Tr ,
overloading. Progress is being made daily but -
and the petroleum, chemical, and alcohol indus- -

tries pooled their patents and ideas, worked together, and Do no unnecessary driving. overloading which would have damaged a prewar tire r can

accomplished the seemingly impossible. Live up to the Government regulation-don't exceed ruin today's synthetic tire.

Today, there is no shadow of a doubt that our planes 35 miles an hour. The Tire Industry is doing its utmost to.solve.
j the.serious problem of'providing the 'nation's
will continue to fly, our ships to sail, our tanks to roll. Keep your tires inflated up to recommended pressure, :
trucks and buses with satisfactory tires in sufficient :
For America now has nearly enough rubber to and check them every week -<
quantities. : i
... meet our essential needs! Avoid hitting holes in the road or bruising your tireson
curbs or stones._ Don't start or stop suddenly. Slow But until this problem is solved, a dangerous threat
exists to America's most vital -
down for
sharp corners.
t:8 tVUtt "
Pta See that your wheels and axles are in line. Therefore, while treads of present truck and bus tires
Switch your tires from ,wheel to wheel every five are immensely important. .the carcasses of these tires liars

The American people saw the new synthetic rubber thousand miles, and have them inspected regularly for removal a value beyond all price to America and to America's truck '

plants spring up like mushrooms.They heard of large-scale of foreign objects and repair of cuts. and bus operators!

{ production of synthetic rubber. And they applauded. Un- ....
'; ,fortunately, they also jumped to the conclusion that they And ... most important of all .recap your. tiresas Unless tires now in use are'made to last, these two >

:f. could stop worrying about tiresl soon as they become smooth. essential services will almost certainly'break down\, 'j' :'

'; It is true that the RUBBER supply crisis is past. HOW GOOD ARE PASSENGER CAR These tires. every one of them. must be recapped i

I ::. But the loug-expected TIRE shortage is with us! the instant the tread wears smooth '

"But," you may say, "how can this be when thou- TIRES OF SYNTHETIC RUBBER ? before any damage is done to the carcass. j

sands of tons of Government synthetic rubber are being It be time before all civilians be but and
may a long can get syn- They must recapped not once; again
made. when such a tremendous tonnage of rubber prod- I
i' thetic rubber tires. Meanwhile, if you should be one of the again! High speeds must be'done away with. .'
ucts is being turned out, as well as more airplane and truck
few who do them will
this information
get you want : especially on hot roads Overloads must be
tires than ever before.
Synthetic rubber tires for passenger cars are good avoided. Tires must be properly inflated at aU'L'

I One reason is that-as the Baruch Committee fore- tires, and will give you satisfactory service if you take times. S .f-

. '; Baw-few tires could be manufactured until our synthetic care of them.
The responsibility to take care of these tires to f
rubber supply was well on the way. This resulted in millions You should not think of synthetic rubber tires as improved .- make them last as long as possible. is vital necessity!
of tires going out of use at a time when there were no ,"
I' tires but as emergency tires. And remember that It must be shouldered by all operators, by all drivers, by.,
, replacements. :Meanwhile tires left in service have-less
I they have not yet had time to prove what they can do. all men!
mileage in them, and inventories are
': gone. It is beside the point to theorize on how they would No American can fail to heed this,warning! The situ- .
Another reason is that our military needs are far react to the phenomenally high speeds of prewar days. ::."
ation is so serious.that it is recognized in a new war- :
I{' greater than anyone anticipated.Also Every patriotic American knows that tire treads aU '
ranty.But the real job is to conserve all tires now in use! : -:
the rubber companies are using a lot of tire treads wear out faster at high speeds, and so drivesat -.',

their machinery and manpower to turn out life today's recommended speed of 35 miles an hour.
... rafts, bullet-sealing fuel tanks, and hundreds of As time goes on, we will learn more about the effectsof a new ):' .

other urgently-needed army and navy products, ,under-inflation of rough roads, and of other abuses. ,

in addition to tires. They damage all tires. Indications are that they do pro- I
F With conditions they and synthetic rubber in '
as are, ,
portionately harm to synthetic rubber tires.
'...< And you should know that half of today's require more its present stage of development, a new tire warranty.hu' S

ments are for large-size; heavy-duty bus, truck artillery, Meanwhile; all tires are rationed to you in trust become necessary and has been adopted. It applies to all

1 airplane, and combat tires,requiring much more labor and for.the nation; and it is your duty to take every tires.Under its terms, injuries such as bruises,body breaks _;. ,

materials than peacetime products. possible care of them; to avoid misuse and pre- cuts, snags, and heat failures as well as tread wear are not :

i. : Finally, the tire industry, like every industry today, vent abuse.As subject to adjustment consideration. '.

r. is feeling the manpower shortage, and there just aren't Nor are injuries or failures which result from improper .- --
i : enough hands for the experience teaches us more and more about syn-
tire care or niisuse or abuse. This includes failure as a result .
: thetic rubber tires, we will pass the information along to
of overload excess speed improper inflation, or other
Meantime, play safe Be careful!
; I non-defective conditions. Or when tires are used on rims ;._ '. .
11.. ep )I( t If you use synthetic rubber tubes, be sure they are not conforming to Tire and Rim Association Standards. '.-

I' properly installed. They should be put into the tire, then
; These problems will be overcome when our enemies inflated deflated, and inflated again. And they should Don't forget that everyone the Tire Industry, the

,;' are overcome. :Meanwhile, we want to put our cards face never be mounted on rusty rims Rubber Director, and many,others, are working together
: up on the table. with all their energy, as they have worked from the beginning '

,I rn LII to keep America rolling.
:;f'., We've told you frankly why there is a serious tire TRUCK AND BUS TIRES

'it. thortage. Now we want you and every other American And remember that,while the Japs were wrong ,
!.: who owns a set of tires to know that this country's transportation h..you must help keep them wrong: Take care of the :{.';

;' : \ :. system can still suffer a serious blow unless- and bus tires, being larger and heavier, generate tires you now have




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:, Speaking for the following companies.,. I
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Brunswick Tire Company Dunlop Tire & Rubber CorporationThe The B. F. Goodrich Company McCreary Tire & Rubber Co. Pennsylvania Rubber CompanyThe .
TM Century Tire & Rubber Company Falls Rubber Company Pharis Tire and Rubber CompanyThe
Tho Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Inc.' Miller Rubber Company
The Cooper Corp. Federal Tires
Hood Rubber Company Tho Mohawk Rubber CompanyThe Poison Rubber Company
Corduroy Rubber Company The Firestone Tire & Rubber Company The Richland Rubber Company ,
Inland Rubber CorporationThe Monarch Rubber
Cupples CompanyThe Fisk Tires Sears, Roebuck and Co.
Dayton Rubber Manufacturing Company The General Tire & Rubber Company Kelly-Springfield Tire CompanyLee Montgomery Ward & Co., Incorporated Selberling Rubber CompanyThe
Denman Tire and Rubber Company The Giant Tire & Rubber Co. ., Rubber &Tire Corporation The Norwalk Tire and Rubber Co. United Tire & Rubber Company.
Diamond Rubber Company Gillette Tires The Mansfield Tire and Rubber Co. Pacific Rubber and Tire Manufacturing Company United Stalls Rubber Compos



Take' competitive bids nt Tallahassee, Flor- NOTICE ''OF CREATION- OF I
To ivirw: :
Clewiston ida, December 28, 1943, at 12 o'clock ELECTION: DISTRICTNotice
OVER AMERICA I I Noon for the following described land
LONDS if I II IP In HENDRY County, Florida
I Part -Vesper Service is hereby given that by vir'i;
I West % of Section 1C, Township tue of a resolution passed by the -sae;i
.. I Ii 47 South, Range 34 East, contain Board of County Commissioners oC ".tr
i P I ing 320 acres. Hendry County, Florida In regular
Near Biloxi, on the Confederate Home Four Clewiston singers, ;,v. N. Said area Is sold subject to out meeting assembled on the 7th day of
standing Grazing Lease No. 255 December, A. D. 1943, R new Election
Ii C. E.
i stands C. Woodward,
t Gulf of Mexico, I Martin, V. which expires February" 20, 1944. District Is created In Hendry County,
the last residence of Gericke and Adolph Driggers will Florida designated as Election Dis-
Davis and the This notice is published in trict number Six (6), created within .
.1 Jefferson take part in the Christmas Vesper with dcorKlJ9': and wholly from
alice Sections 270.08 .territory embraced
house where the confederate I Itf I Service to be given in Moore Havenat Florida Statutes 1941. ; in the present Election District num-
i president com :;,: : : Haven Baptist Church The State Board of education reserves ber One (1), and said Election Dis-
pleted his memoirs. the Moore I the right to reject any and all" trict number, Six (6) described as fol- ,.
I Beauvoir now is t ,. 'ki (I I Sunday evening at seven o'clock. bIds.B lows to-wIt:

home for Confederate =....r. .us:: :;;,' I I The service. under the direction ofd I! cation.Order. of the State Board of Edu-- : .. Beginning of Section at the 14,Northwest Township Corner 41-

fl i veterans. ". Mrs. Florence II. Ryan, well known I II. SPESSARD L. HOLLAND, i South, Range 31 East, thence south
: I Ir. 1 along the west line
Haven. -The Governor. of Section 14,
: music teacher of Moore ATTEST 23, 26 and 35, Township 43 South -
1 /IIIIU IAlltllfll l II III II II 'I .II IIIIIIIIII. I !I. public is cordially invited to attend. COLIN ENGLISH, I Range 34 East, to the Southwest' _. -
.i Etherton, Margie Secretary I Corner of Section 3P.: thence continue .
,, Misses Phyllis Dec. 17, 24. i south along the \vest line of '
I Cruni Marion Ange, Margaret Van ; I Section 2, 11, 14.. 23,' 26 and 3.,). >I"I j.
:. and Betty I Township 44 South. Range 34 East, :. "
;-" de Velde, Betty Clayton thence continue south alonthe
.; ,, .. Robinson will act as candle lighters. XOTICE west line of Sections 2, 11, 14 :
\. ....,,....::.-.:.:;;: :.t: I 26 and 35. Township 45' South'Range
,.... Defeated men may livt The choir is composed of Miss TnllalinHNCC, Florida. December I 31 East, thence 'east along
'."' '.._ ..iIf in peace and honor under Nell Swindall, Mrs. R. E. Jordan,I 15, 1043 south line of Section 35 and 3fi:;,.
; : ......, _: the Stars and Stripes, I'Mrs. J. W. Crum, Mrs. J. L. Bishop, '-- i I Township 45 South, Range 34 least _....
.J,: : but under the crooked NOTICE is hereby given that the I to the Palm Beach Hendry County '
I "".i,8\'-.;!';r:;;:, '::. '" I[ Mrs. J. C. Swindall, sopranos; Mrs; Trustees of the Internal Improvement line; thence north al'onrthe .
r f "+y.!;:' y .:{;!:...{Y.; cross of Naziism there Paul Wilson, Mrs. D. L. Pippin, Fund of the' State of Florida will offer\ Palm Beach Hendry County line to
heap 0 D Is only ignominy, persecution j i I II for sale and receive competitive hid the centerline of State Highway .
: death for those I I Mrs. W. L. Wetherington, altos at Tallahassee Florida, December 28. No. 25, thence westerly and northwesterly -

!J Backmg toe AttacK who will not bend the I: Mack Green, .V .C. Woodward, C. E.I 1943, at described 12 o'clock land Noon,In for HENDRY the following -. Highway along No. 25 centerline to the Northwest of Stat*,

Bonds knee. Gericke, basses; H. M. County, Florida: Corner of Section 14, Township
With I I'J South, ,
Range 34
W. N. Martin, A. Middleton'l East to point of
East \2 of Section 33. Township beginning; all in Hendry County, "
i Wetherington, tenors.L. 15 South, Range 32 East, contain- Florida. .
will read theScrip- ing 320 acres. That Election District number One
I Lilly' North ;7 of Section Township; I (1) be and remain the same as when ">
tural introductions. I I 4G South, Range 32 East,. containing created, excepting the above described -''
THE PROGRAM 320 acres. territory which is taken from said
Said area to be sold subject to Election District number. One (1) for
You as well Candle Lighting Processional."The I outstanding Grazing Lease No. 230 I the purpose of creating Election Dis- -
might Birthday. of the King" which expires December 16, 1946. I trict number Six (6). That there \is
i iI established at Hookers Point in said
: Neidlinger-Mr. Middleton. I This notice is published in compliance -I! Election District number Six (6) a
'-. "The Star of, Bethlehem"-Ad- with Sections 270.08 and 270.09,; voting place or precinct and polling:
Florida Statutes 1941. / place.
I I ams-Miss Swindall, soloist, assisted I The Trustees reserve the right tc"' DONE AND ORDERED In regular
; I' by choir. reject any and all bids. I session, December, 7, A. D. 191::. ,
Dy order of the Trustees of .
The Internal J. O. DAVIDSON .'
Con f- ess.i,: Scripture"Christmas- Improvement Fund. t Chairman Board of County ,
Chimcs"--l\Ieyer- .SPESSARD 1,. HOLLAND, Commissioners of. Hendry
I County Florida.
,; Miss Swindall, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. ATTEST: (SEAL OF CO. COMMISSIONERS)
trio assisted by choir. F C. ELLIOTT, I' -
... Pippin, ATTEST: '
"What Mean These Holy Voices"WalterChoir 17 Secretary.Dec. William T. Hull, Clerk.
captains of industry, even the I. ..Dec. 10, 17.
Almost eve'ry ne likes a enjoys mys- President of the United Statet ,- I

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ace little detective.ashamed But to some admit today reading than ever more before.mysteries Why? Adams-Choir. Catholic Information
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the best in detective casual and swift, comic and conscientious and unswerving in
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And we mean literature. The refreshing variety and stimulating ,
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my lOc for'which please senc1 me a copy ,of Ellery ,,- Catholic_facts? We ,promise a courteous reply to all inquiries.

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