The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/01029
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 5, 1945
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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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Begin Operations, Be Established .

\ 1 i ARE INSTALLED ON In Okeechobee Area SELF NEAR LIBERTY Middle of MonthMrs. AT GARDEN CLUB

, I WEDNESDAY NilE William B. Powers, representing POINT AFTER ESCAPEThe .. Jewel Lawrence, acting postmaster MEETING THURSDAY

:i i the' Belcher Oil Company of Miami, of the Clewiston office, stat-

was in Clewiston Wednesday with ed this week that the three new rural -
l Ladies Night was, observed at the other company officials and a rep- body of Karl Behrens, eigh postal stations would be estab- J. Kenneth Rogers, representingthe

:, Wednesday night meeting of the resentative of the Robert E. Clarke teen-year old German prisoner of I lished on the sixteenth of January.One Clewiston city commission, madea

t. : 1 Kiwanis Club when the officers for Advertising agency of Miami and war at the Liberty Point camp, for of the stations will be locat- most interesting talk at the December

1, : 1945 were installed by Glynn Q. stated that his company' was readyto whom a general search was made ed at South Shore Plantation Village meeting of the Garden Club

1 Rasco of Miami Beach, lieutenant- move into the Lake Okeechobeearea. throughout south' Florida after he I' with Mra. Natevidad Rios de which was held at the Community

I governor of the Southeast division was discovered to be missing at, four Stiehl as clerk, another will be at Center on'Thursday afternoon of last

of the Florida district. Mr. Powers' did not elaborate on o'clock Saturday was ,found Monday Ritta Village where Mrs. Polly Grant week and gave the group of ladies

Officers installed were: R. C.I i this statement so it is not known afternoon hanging from a tree about McLeod will be clerk and the third I present a glimpse of city govern..

I Wilson, president; G. H. Brown, vice- whether it, is the company's intentionto three miles from the camp on the will be at Benbow Village where, ment that many of them had never

president and J. E. Beardsley, J. W. build service stations and bulk south side of the lake levee. The Mrs. Marion Tracy Ange will serve before seen. ,

l I Ezelle, D. C. Hancock, C./ A Martinez plants throughout' the area. Since body was found by an FBI agent I as clerk. Mr. Rogers pointed out that

M. M. Prewitt, E. L. Stewart his company caters' largely ,to industrial from West Palm Beach. Regular window service will be Clewiston has no bonded indebtedness -

1 and B. L. Thompson as members users it is probable, that Following discovery of the prison- maintained at these stations but no and, that homeowners here really

cf the board of, directors. they will confine their activities er's escape' on Saturday 'a general postal savings accounts will be handled know what homestead exemptionmeans

: installation strictly to wholesale business.In alarm was sounded and local law and no war bonds will ,be sold. so far as city taxes are con-

Following the impressive connection with the company's enforcement officers assisted mili These three stations will serve to cerned. He gave figures as ,to the

I t service a talk was made Etherton by re- proposed expansion to include, the tary guards and FBI agents in a I take much of the labor off the already costs of city maintenance such as
Glen H.
tiring president,
lake area an advertising contracthas general search of the area. Roads over-burdened clerks in the, cutting of weeds in vacant lots, gar-
his appreciation -
which he I
in expressed
been taken with the Clewiston were blocked and all passing cars Clewiston office for the' rural routes bage and trash collection, maintenance
l i to the club for their coopera- out of Clewiston have stead- i
News which calls for an advertise- were searched, authorities apparently grown I of streets, bridges, culverts,
: tion during the past year, and commended -
i his fellow'officers and com ment each week during the ;year ,of working on the theory' that the ily since established. parkways, parks. street lights all of

: I ; 'mittee chairman on the handling of similar nature to the first one of prisoner would attempt to make his I which is done without any cost in

i their duties during 1944. the series which runs this week. way out of the country. The agent t New Withholding taxes to the residents of the city.
Definite! plans for the expansion the assumption I
j R. C. Wilson, newly installed perhaps working on Fire vrotection'and- police protection -
will probably be announcedvery to take his life Rates On Incomes I
4' president, made a talk on his plans program Behrens was seeking are also afforded without cost,
each shortly. went to the levee canal where, the to the homeowner.The .
'i for the club year, and requested Effective Jan 1
.j one present, ,visitors included, to prisoners are taken for swimmingat speaker also explained that

write on slips of paper what they Masons And 'Eastern the site of the old Liberty Point Intermix the city has far less l labor and more
John L. Fahs, Collector
f' consider the most worthwhile project Fish Camp and soon. thereafter inadequate equipment now than it
Star Hold JointInstallation found the body' about two miles west al Revenue, today called ;attention ;
I : which could be undertaken by had two years ago yet were havingto
of employers and employees to the
the club during the year. In his of that point. take care of four hundred more
FridayMoore fact that January 1 and January 31,
talk he, stressed the importance of Behrens left no note, but circumstances light and water customers than it
1945, are important dates in connec-
:) the underprivileged child and youths indicated that he had taken did at that time. He also explainedthat
tion with withholding of income tax
'':: service work.Recognition. Haven Lodge No. 61, F. and his own life as there was no evidenceof jthe members of the city commission -
1' jf +t was'given and a vote A. M. and Moore Haven Lodge No. violence discovered. The rope wages. by charter, serve without

':_ -of thanks taken to E. E. Kelly, honorary 116 0., E. S. held joint installationof used was from his own barracks bag. January 1 is the effective date any remuneration whatsoever. City

: ;j club member, for a sizeable officers for the new year at one Behrens was one of the last groupof for the'ne1" rates of withholding income and utility rates were also

::'i donation to the underprivileged of the most impressive and well-at- prisoners brought to the Liberty prescribed by the Individual Income ( discussed and at the conclusion of
ti child fund.J. tended installations ever held her Point camp and had been capturedat Tax Act of 1944. By terms of that 1 his talk Mr. Rogers satisfactorily

M. Stout, Jr., acted as pianist I The officers of the Eastern Star Cherbourg. Officers at the camp II Act, the new rates apply to all wages answered many of the questions

during the evening. I ewre installed first with Mrs. Caro- said that there was no substantiation paid on and after January 1, regardless with which he was plied by the

Guests at the meeting were: Mrs. line Bales acting as installing of- for the stories that he had been of when the wages were members.

H Luther Owens, Mrs. G. 'H. Brown, ficers, Mrs. Stella Pirkle as Mar- the victim of other prisoners because earned. The new rates are intendedto Mr. Rogers' talk was at the con-

Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mr. and Mrs. J. shal, Mrs. Mary Moore as Chaplainand of anti-Nazi beliefs. He had adjust each employee's withholding clusion of a brief business session

: M. Stout, Jr., Mrs. G. H, Small, Mrs.J. Mrs. Elsie Jordan as Organist:, received no news from home since more closely to his actual during which the following ladies
income tax. The new rates average
E. Beardsley, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Officers installed were: Mrs his capture. were voted in as members: Mrs.
about the same the old rates, but
:Airs.-J. W. Ezille, Mrs. B. L. Thomp- Thelma Twiddy, as worthy matron; The body was sent to Camp Bland- Frank W. McCarthy, Mrs. J. Paul

'4: L son, 'Mrs. ,R. l\{. Bishop, Mrs. G., 'B. C. C. Klutts, worthy patron, ; Mrs. ing Monday evening for, burial in I 'vary in' individual received cases. Employers' Bartz,: Mrs. M. M. Driver, Mrs, F,. '

:, : '- "Thonis.Mra;: C .A,, ;Martinez, 'Mrs. Mary Etheuton/; 'i",. "%IaM'' 'matron; the prisoner war .cemetery ther r alreadyhave detailed instructions Carl LongMrs .;3V 'IX::, Doty, Mrs.'VA -
in 1944,
V. S. Mumfo"d" Mrs R. C; Wil Melvin Keen as' associate patron; Reames and Mrs. U. T. Koch.,
li li'N Mrs. Naomi Rogers treasurer Mrs.\ I' additional copies of which may be
I and Mr. Rasco.Basketball .. ; Postwar street planning was discussed -
Thelma Wright conductress Mrs. obtained at any" Collector's office.
; at some length and a motion
Y DAVIDSON IS AGAIN January 31 is the deadline by ,
j Season I Naomi Dull, associate conductress; i was made and carried that the club
which the law requires employers ;
Mrs. Esther Klutts, ,chaplain; Mrs. assist in fertilizing the trees in

r 'Opens Next Friday Elsie Jordan, organist; Mrs. Gayle to furnish each employee a With I Clewiston if the city will furnishthe
I I Woodward as Ada; Mrs. Hazel Keen, ELECTED CHAIRMANOF holding Receipt on Form W-2 (Rev. fertilizer.

Ruth; Mrs. Sally Towsend Martha showing how much wages were paid
The Clewiston Tigers and Tiger- Mrs. Sara Fountain, Electa Mrs.; I him and ]how much income tax was I, The January meeting of the club
; COUNTY BOARDHendry will] be tour of C. J. Gonterman's
withheld from his the j
their during
-ettes will open sea- Rene Lanier, Esther; Mrs. J. W. wages )
son next Friday night at Moore Ha- Sexton, warder and J. K. Rogers, I calendar year 1944. These, receipt/ Osceola Groves and_ Ed W. Men-
the Terriers and Ter- this I ninger I a noted garden authority of
1 'ven against sentinel have a special importance year
: 'rierettes of that place. ( County News) because the new law authorizes I Stuart, will be the guest speaker.

Neither Clewiston nor Moore Ha- Mrs. Pirkle as outgoing worthy The new board of county com- most employees to use their Receiptsas This promises to be a real treat and

: ven teams 'have been able to get in matron, presented each of the installing missioners which took office Tues- simplified income tax returns. I all members are urged to make plansto
I ,officers with a gift and in
day elected J. O. Davidson as chair-
: : 'a great deal practice during the I' This new feature is explained in an
Christmas vacation but it is expected I,turn was presented a gift by: her man-he served as chairman of the official leaflet entitled "How to.I Hostesses for Thursday's meeting!

that plenty of action will be seen in fellow officers of the past year in old board-and decided that William Use Your Withholding Receipt as were Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. J. F.

this 'game. The Tigers lost one of I I recognition the 'office. for her splendid work In T. Hull should continue as an Income Tax Return," and em- I Tippey, Mrs. G. N. Pitzen and Mrs.:

'their leading players, Marty WalE board secretary. ployers have been asked to distribute j I Foy Durrence.

; dron, to the services during the The Masons then conducted their ,Minutes of the double meeting copies to their employees. i

Christmas holiday which gives the installation 'with J.% M. Couse actingas cannot be prepared for this issue of Collector Fahs also urged employers National War Fund
installing officer and Carr Settleas the ,News but will be published next '
; 'Terriers a slight edge for the open to be especially careful, when
i--' ing engagement but the Tigerettes Marshal. week. preparing each Withholding Re Finances Many War

:are believed to be evn stronger_ thanat Masonic Officers installed wereN. The old board wound up the year ceipt, to show the employee's home

the close of the season last, year. V. S. Mumford worshipful master -: by approving minutes of previous address and social security number, I Related Agencies

; J. ,B. Cox, senior warden; J,. K. meetings and approving bills to date. as well as all other required Infor- 1 I -,

!r .. 'School BoardReorganized Rogers as 'proxy for G. E. Etherton, On the new board, which went i into mation. The home address and social I The National War Fund organized -

: Junior warden; C. W. Fuller, chaplain session after lunch, Charles E. security number are vital for just two ;years ago has to date

Jan. '2nd .; Melvin Keen as proxy for M. Miner of Clewiston replaced G. E. identification purposes. distributed a total of 139295173.

'"1; A. Thomas, as senior deacon; George Etherton and R. B. Waldron of west I An employer; is required to make 28 to its twenty-two member agen-
;y Beck, junior deacon; W. H. Lanier LaBelle replaced George L. Poole. three copies of each Withholding cies for war philanthropies, it was
;: The Hendry County Board of senior I
steward; H. J. Middloton, The new board raised the pay of Receipt. He must give two copiesto announced Winthrop W. Aldrich,
: I ;}x: public instruction held its last meet- junior
;y and W. C. Owen. county laborers to a flat rate of $5a the employee, so that the employee president of the fund.
I i ing of the old term and first of the tyler. I. E. Scott
re-elected treasurer day, an increase of 50 cents over will have one copy to use for Ten thousand community war

iz;' ,\ new Tuesday morning in the office' and W. L. Bellamy re-elected the, rate, being paid recently, afterit his return and another copy to keep. I funds representing the National War

1s'' of County Superintendent C. E. secretary were not installed. ''was brought out that help was Also by January 31, the employer I Fund have made two appeals for

"Weaver. At the conclusion of, the installation very, hard to get and that workers must send the third copy to the I funds to support USO, United Sea-
r There only one change on the
; ( was ceremonies refreshments cf were constantly leaving jobs because Collector of Internal Revenue, together men's Service, War Prisoners Aid1r.Tid

; three-district board, only 'one sandwiches, cake and coffee were they could get higher wages. with the regular] withholding I nineteen fiH'citn: relief agen-

n' 1"!F' 'member being forced to run in 44, served by an Eastern. Star committee. Members of the new board are tax return (Form W-l for the I cies. The first appeal made in 1943
B. L. Stallings was elected over the
Davidson, chairman, 1IinerValdron, !last quarter of 1944, and a state- was for $125,000,000 and the second -
J \. member of District 2, Dil-
r retiring I A. J. Evers and Asa Townsend ment on Form W-3 reconciling the in 1944 for $115,000,000 is still
,; ',' lon Hall,' who was unable to be present -
Clewiston Man Is wage and tax amounts as shown by in progress. The work of the memo
: at the meeting.
the quarterly retui'ns with the sim- I ber agencies for the period up 'tl
1 Farmers Must File
E' f Bills were approved for payment
Injured In WreckIn ilar amounts as shown on the Withholding i September 30, 1945! will be f
as business for the old term was
1 'f" Performance ReportsAll Receipts. I IISchool nanced through, fund.T which a s
/'wound up. The new board elected Moore
: Haven
-- still coming in from the 1944
E. M. Cornette, Clewiston member ,
., I I II paigus of community war fun
t.i. To Resume
t. as chairman, the office held by Hall Edward Hendry County farmers, and When the National War

r 'the past two years. The third Vaughn, an employee of this,includes LaEelle, Denaud, FeUla: ,
Chalker Monday Morning was organized it had USO, s .
and Lund, Clewistou
nember' is M. O. Allen of Felda, whoserves was Clewiston Devil's I
1 and Garden ,
t painfully but not seriously injured areas I Seamen's Service and War, ?
Denaud -
I must file 1944 performance
reportsnot ers Aid and twelve for
I I Members are elected for a four- Sunday evening when he lost control later than January 15, accord- I Clewiston school pupils will wind : ft: ,
agencies as members I ,
term. Both Cornette and Allen of his car, a 1939 Ford coach their sixteen Christmas holidays -
year up day ,
I ing to County Agent H. L. Johnson.January I
and it nances the work of tw ;
ran into the roadside canal at
;; v ill be forced to run in two years 15 is the final cut-off date Sunday and return to classes '
I I '
in 'It they desire to serve again. the i! first corner east of Moore Haven as announced by the AgTicuU'uralAdjustment again Monday morning.No r related agencies wh'
i i'a i on road 67. been ninety-one geograp
I announcement has as yet
Agency Washington, six continents. rAt
'i j STATE CATTLEMEN TO MEET I Vaughn was en route to Moore Each farm icport shoulf,., show n'.ado by the school board concern- the time r'

,I \ Haven to have supper with Mr. and the extent of soil-building practices horn Eart(' vacation or other possible there were stain 'r,, :

The State Cattlemen's Association I' Mrs. Joe Gill and was alone when carried ort during 1014!) whichis I vacations during the latter part Rhode Isl] n
'I. ill meet on January 10 in Plant the accident I of the
I : occured. He was made for AAA payment, 'the county year. to affiliat '
t: ''Si9tv and all interested: cattlemen of thrown out, or was able to escape agent says. For terraces,> damsor '\ ., FnItm :/ '
'1. luth Florida are urged to attend. 1 from the car after it left the road I
; reservoirs, if the practice is to be I "We want every farmer who has
!t.pe Hillsborough Association will and before it went into *the canal eligible for payment under the 1944 carried out approved practicethis''I- -

l Jk'if: hosts and a big barbecue is plan-I" and made his way' to town for help. program, the dirt-moving operationsmust year to receive OJ'v yments that!
a' d.I He was badly bruised and cut about- Agenl
3 have been completed duringthe have been earned, County

/ M'\ the face, shouldQr and arms and 1944 program year and reported H. L. Johnson says "and so we 'asf) .
Uncle Sam still needs all the War after being treated by Dr. D. M. before !
( January 15, 1945, even though that every farmer file his perform
1 'L- ,rlmds'you can afford to buy every Draughn of Moore Haven is re- j such work as vegetative protectionof ante report without, delay and
) > > : tr r day. I IcupeTating at his home here outlets has not been, completed. I quest his neighbor to file also%

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GEORGE F. WORTS .. n _' Lesson .
/ WN.U.RELEASE Use a large oiled silk bowl cover
THE STORY THUS FAR:, Zone Corey, "You need sleep. Sleep as late as Zorie walked out into the lanai, Of Released The Moody by Western Bible Institute Newspaper of Union.Chicago. for an emergency shower cap. 'I::
Who bates herself for being so meek, Is you can. Good night." with the admiral trotting along behind -e- ;=
railroaded into taking a job she does not "But ." Zorie began with de her. Glue a bright piece of linoleumover
want, assisting Admiral Duncan write his termination. Then she realized that Steve the old worn top of a card
in a white toweling dress- Lesson for January 7 'j
memoirs. She is in love with Paul Duncan table.
the admiral's grandson. Aboard the she must be patient with Paul. ing gown, was stretched out in one .i.ie
steamship Samoa en route to Hawaii, There were many people with whom : of the long bamboo chairs. His pallor Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected ;:
she dances with Steve, Paul's brother. she hadn't the slightest intention of was' shocking. His eyes were Council and copyrighted by International Coffee grounds make a good
of Religious Education: used by
Paul is furious, and warns Zone against being patient, but Paul was not one pale. He looked really ill. permission. sweeping compound for use in the
him, claiming that Steve is a Nazi spy. of them. She adored Paul. She He grinned slowly' and said, "Hello basement.
r On returning to her stateroom after take would see to it that he lost his grim- glamour girl!" THE CHILDHOOD ,OF JESUS -e-
ing dictation Zone discovers that her ness and his stuffiness. Then Paul The admiral said, "Zorie, do you Clean your brick hearth by first I{ ':I,.
While alone on r
notebook Is missing. would be perfect.She think you're going to feel like work- LESSON TEXT-Matthew 2:1323.: scrubbing with a stiff brush and i.i
her : I :
deck a brutal hand is clamped over GOLDEN TEXT-Behold. I am with thee:
month, she is scooped up and thrown went to bed. She was almost ing today?" and will keep thee In all places whither hot soapy water. Rinse clean and :: '
overboard. She avoids the propellersand asleep when Amber let herself in. "Yes," Zorie answered, "I feel thou goest..: Genesis 28:15. wipe dry. Let stand a day and ;j
manages to catch a life ring which Amber opened and closed the doorso very much like working today." then coat with boiled linseed oil. :
tome sailor has tossed into the sea. carefully that it didn't make a "I wanted to get on with the Bat- Matthew is the Gospel of the King 1\\ I
sound. She undressed noiselessly.She tle of Manila Bay, then I thought and His kingdom. It stresses the
CHAPTER X took the greatest pains not to we'd go back and finish up those fulfillment of prophecy in the com- .
disturb the girl who had slapped her chapters on my first years in Annap ing of Christ,' the' King. After His SNAPPY 'FACTSABOUT :i

"The nurse told me not to disturb face. ,olis." rejection, it tells us of the Church,
you for a while. I'd like to see youas The telephone awoke her at a lit- For a moment, her resolve fal "the kingdom in mystery," and of .
It's im- tle before nine.,, ,Amber reached for tered.,Habit-that detested old habitof the death of Christ for our sins His :
soon as possible. very RUBBERCommercial
portant, are you alone?" it, answered it, and handed it to' meekness-made'her pliant. But resurrection for our justification,
"I will be," said Zorie. She Zorie, saying, "It's for you, dar- the wavery feeling passed. and His'glorious coming again. With- ,
reached for her dressing gown and ling." "I'm sorry," Zorie said. "I'm sor- out assigning definite verses to our F/-

said to Amber: "You won't mind go- It was the admiral. He hoped he ry to let you waste all that time. II points"we note that:

ing out for a while. My fiance wantsto hadn't waked her. He hoped she you want me to help you with your I. Men Received or Rejected

talk things over." was feeling well after her experience memoirs, Admiral, the chapters on Jesus.It motor vehicles In r 11

There was droll amusement inAmber's -hm' ? Annapolis and everything, perhaps, has always been so. Men, thenas the U. S.,, based on gasolino
"Ah, yes! Your fiance! Not "Do you suppose you could drop but a short chapter" on Manila Bay now, were either for Him or allotments, are expected to
at all dear." around sometime this morning? he go overboard. run 56 billion miles
my against Him. The world of today is a year. j
Zorie was sitting at the dressing asked. "Steve" is very anxious to, "Now, wait a minute-" the admiral far different from that of the first Reduced to truck tire wear, c' I I

table, thoughtfully considering Amber's talk to you. began."I ." century, but the difference is all on that represents a tremendous !
array of cosmetics, when Paul "How is Steve?" mean it, she 'said. "Steve was the outside. Almost breathtakinghave number of tires. f.
knocked. She opened the door. He "He'll be all right. Steve is pretty right yesterday. ,You're the only
been the of mod-
developments The rubber used in masks is
alive the
came in and closed it. tough, you know. person who can tell storyof gas
the lit ern science, but these have not now 100 per cent synthetic. 6 ;
"Was_it something he ate? Zone Duncan family. From the
She half lifted her arms, expect-
changed the heart of man. He j
ing that he would seize her and hug asked. tle I've heard of it,it's a fascinating fears and hates and fights and sins. Never use a tube in a tire
and kiss her out of sheer relief that "The doctor couldn't say. I'll 'tell story, .a really wonderful story. If larger, or smaller than that
she was alive. him you'll be, around as soon as you want me to help you on a book- 1. Men Are Against' Christ. for which it was designed by 1
He looked her over quickly. He you've had a' bite of breakfasthm that's going to be the book." How do men show their rejection ofGod's the manufacturer. Premature
She heard chuckle from the Son? Just as 'they did at
nodded jerkily. "You were lucky," ? a failure will result'if you do. !d
he.said. "You certainly were lucky. "All right," said Zorie. She wouldsee bamboo chair. His birth, by: To return full mileage, syn-

Are you sure you're all right?" Steve when she got around to it. The admiral's eyes were fiery. His a. Fear. Herod was afraid lest thetic tubes must be lubri- j
"Yes," Zorie said. "I'm all right.- u" obstinate chin was unusually promi- the coming of this One"should resultin cated with vegetable'oil soap

She was surprised that her feeling "" nent. His right fist 'was clenched. the loss of his ill-gotten gains. solution when mounted on : i
about Paul hadn't changed. Every- "- '\ With it he banged on the table. His anger 'and fear 'made all .Jerusalem rims. : I
thing else had changed, but she was ) "Nobody is going to tell me how afraid. t12Az : ,
still in love with Paul. With a little :; ) I'm going to write my book!" he b. Indifference. When the Wise : 1 11

working over, Paul would be satis- 1c shrilled. "Not even you, Zorie. No, Men asked where Christ was to be
factory. sir! I write my own book my own born, the priests and scribes knew ti

"Well," Paul said in a business- way-or there won't be a book!" exactly where to find the facts in the .

like way, "I've just had a long talk :ta. "Very well," Zone said serenely. Holy Scriptures, but having done so, \\1- I
with the captain-with the doctor "There won't'be a book. As a mat- they relapsed into utter indifference. '"

and the chief officer sitting in. Thisis o ) ter of fact, there isn't any portion of They had no interest in the fulfill-
pretty serious, Zorie." srr( any book. All of yesterday's dicta- ment of the prophecy.c. :

"Yes," said Zorie, "I suppose it tionShe lifted her hands in a Hatred. 'Herod poured out the, BFGoudrich:1L ''l

isn't an everyday occurrence." ,.;. gesture indicative of emptiness. violence of his heart by killing the, ,
"You didn't destroy it!" the ad.
first-born. He was'the first of
She'realized she had to make a many
decision. Her sole desire just now 1 miral gasped." who have ,raged against the Christin I
4 was to find;out who had thrown her "Gone! said" Zorie. futile anger.d. If I.:; 'i
"Good girl! said Steve. f
overboard. Sorrow. The tears of the mothers -
4 r "I'm sorry, Admiral," Zorie said, of but foreshadowedthe =
"I have h'; all fixed. ,pup .with ,the "but that's how it is." ;Jerusalem and !
which char-
". weeping wailing t
captain Paul said. "The whole '
Admiral Duncan glared at 'her. both
acterizes Christ-rejection in
episode will be forgottennothingwill "All right!" he snapped. "If you ,
time and
be said. The incident will be eternity. .
Zorie all But
say so, right only
closed." because I have 'the utmost respectfor 2. Men Are For Christ. Get Your War Bonds -
"I'm afraid I don't understand," Not Thanks be to God, there were
Zorie interrupted."You agree your with opinion you for! a moment-hm because?"I those in that day who were for To Help Ax the Axis I

see," he explained, "a thing n. rC "And that," Steve said languidly, Christ and, like those who follow
like this .is very unpleasant for the "is the first time since grandmotherdied Him today, they showed:

steamship company." that anybody has backed down a. Spirituality. Men have mar- Quickly Relieves Distress of ti
"It's rather unpleasant for the the old fire-eater." veled that the Magi knew of the

victim, too," Zorie pointed out. He strode out of the room. A mo- birth of Christ. They must have
"You don't understand," said 'X: r ment later he came back almost studied the prophecies of the Word ,., t4 .i

Paul. "This could easily cause a running. His face, usually so red, and been responsive to the teach-
great deal of trouble for us all. looked very pale. He was panting ing and moving of the Holy Spirit.
The mainland and the Honolulu pa- when he stopped beside them. Can we say as much for ourselves?' Hetlil CIa I

pers, if they picked up the truth-" "Honolulu arid Pearl Harbor," he b. Interest. Not content to know ,:

"Paul," Zone said, "you're won- L said breathlessly, "were' bombed and to marvel, they shamed the A little Va-tro-nol up (;1
derful. You think of everything." L. this morning! Japanese planes flew priests of Israel by their persistent and each nostril effectively Doable Special-Duty :; I.
"I even dropped in on the wire- interest in this great thing which promptly relieves Nose
in from a carrier! They've destroyedour distress of head colds- Drops 11,1 a
less man. They publish ,the ship- planes at Hickam, Wheeler and had come to pass.c. makes breathing easier Works Fast
board newspaper, you know. I gave "Honolulu and Pearl Harbor," he Kaneohe! We're helpless! The radio Love. They brought themselvesin also helps prevent Right Trouble When Isl :;
them a rather amusing account of it said, "were bombed this morning!" says they're coming over Shafter worship and they brought rich many colds if used from in developing time. .. J'
-for the passengers' benefit-and to again in new waves!" gifts from their treasures. You can Tryit!You'll likeit!Follow j I !

plug any nasty rumors that mightbe She wanted to do some tftinking first. The road into Uluwehi E Kai ran give without loving, but you cannot directions in folder. :'-

going around. "Now, all you haveto And there were. other things she along the edge of a purple-red :cliff love without giving.d. VleKS VA-VRO-NOL
do is this.
sign it
Action. They came. They
wanted to do. beside tall ripe sugar-cane with ,sil per- I'
He held out a typed slip and his She went to the beauty parlor. ver-bronze plumes, then it dipped sisted until they found the Christ. ....

fountain pen, uncapped." She had her hair washed, waved rather abruptly into the palm trees Then they listened to God and pro- .i
"What is it?
"A release. It absolves the and arranged in a becoming new which fringed the cove. Zorie caughta tected His Son by not returning to ..i
of all responsibility." way. The beauty operator was clever. glimpse of a golden beach on Herod. "
She was an enthusiast. She which waves broke in a snowy II. God Protected and Prepared
Zorie signed it. Paul
waved the
release, to dry her signature. knew just what Zone wanted and smother and of pale green water Jesus. jl I.'I I.

..... "By the way,",he said, "my brother she knew just how to help her. Zorie deepening' to dazzling blue offshore. The ruin which sin had broughtinto .
is quite ill." bought> rouge and lipstick and the Through the palms she caught the world could only be met by = !
"Steve?" Zorie cried. beauty operator helped her apply glimpses of a group of houses with redemption which Christ had come '.': I
"Just about the time you fell over- them tellingly. flat blue tile roofs and an immense to bring. Some men had already r. I
board he was- taken with an attackof "Now," the girl said, when Zorie garden against the sheer mountain shown their hatred for Jesus and

acute indigestion. That was why paid> and tipped her, "you are beautiful wall in back. The mountain side their rejection of Him. But God still ]

the doctor didn't take care of Miss Corey. You really are." was a shivering purple flame of ruled, and for the sake of those who ::
He was busy pumping out Steve's you. Zorie did not have to be told, butit bougainvillea. And she recalled that received Him (and would receive .i ,
stomach." was nice, anyway. The mirror Uluwehi E Kai meant "a profu- Him in all the centuries since), He rIcAtJv
"How ill is he?" Zorie gasped. told her everything. But it wasn't sion of growing things by the sea." kept the Child Jesus from harm. We 1 ::1 I

"Oh, he'll be all right in the morn- just the new hair-do, the rouge, the It was a sparkling morning, golden find Him: :
Ing." lipstick. It was something new in and blue. Schooner clouds ghosted -
her face. There had been 1. Protecting Jesus. Men may t
an horizon.
along an indigo !
"Does he get these attacks often?" God's Son. \
hate and seek to destroy a r
definable softness before-a
vague- Zorie unpacked in the \-3
"No, but he should-the he )
way ness. Her chin line seemed clearer to which Satan may inspire them with ingen- \
guest room a Japa-
drinks. I don't want to sound like
a uity and cunning. But see how the
and bolder. But the
great changewas nese maid had taken her, then wan-
reformer but
darling do
you Eternal One spoke to Joseph in
in her eyes. They were clear dered out under the banyan trees t.
I feel about
liquor. I hope and bright and sparkling. They had dreams, how He prepared a placeof
and into the garden-a fragrant jun-
u've had lesson. I
touch your the stuff again hope as you'llver long assurance. They had arrogance.She gle of strange, exotic flowers. refuge in Egypt and ultimatelyin WHY GAMBLE ? i
Nazareth where the boy Jesus
went to the admiral's suite She hoped that Steve would join ,
ou live. and knocked on the door not with might increase in wisdom and stat- It doesn't pay to let bruises,
her and tell her what some of the i
re familiar .
was a untended
expression's and favor with God and man. cuts or burns go
old but with ure
eyes. It usually wentof assurance. flowers were, but she presently saw even minor ones. Play safe .
his lectures on the im- She had two lovely battles on her him and the admiral walking briskly 2. Preparing Jesus. God knew of cleanse at once,and dress with '
being earnest. hands beyond that door, and they along another garden path towardthe the days of public ministry which Dr.Porter's Antiseptic Oil.Thls
weren't going to be Battles of Ma- garage. were ahead, and above all, of that old reliable stand-by. the '

e said, "you are still nila Bay; they were going to be They passed within a dozen feet day when on Golgotha's hill Christ railroad formula surgeon.of a long-experienced.. is wonderfully r i
uence of those drinks, Jutlands. of her, but the largest ferns she had was, in His own body, to prepare soothing, and tends to !
you- ti don't quite know The admiral opened the door. He I ever beheld screened them. She salvation for you and for me. Godis 'promote nature's healing pro-
was smiling absently. He looked at I heard their voices clearly in the never taken by surprise. He cesses. Keep it on hand for

[tone said gently, her. He stared. His smile became jungle stillness. moves forward to the completion of emergency of minor burns use,bruises in taking,abrasions care- :

-'ing so grim- tremulous. It'faded. It returned in "Well, all right," Steve's His plan with the stately tread of chafing, sunburn, non- 1
popping. aw- the form of a delighted grin. father was saying in a sharp eternity.He poisonous insect bites.Use only ,
ou "Zorie!" he cackled. "Why! I "but it may be hard to vOice'1 took Jesus to Egypt. He as sizes directed.at jour drugstore.Three different

hardly knew you, my dear! And the last minute. This island under brought Him again to Nazareth. In
after what you went through last total blackout and people aren't I it all He was preparing His Son
night! You are lovely! Maybe' I'd going'to like driving over these nar- for the days of ministry which were
better fall off this ship myself!" row, twisty ,little roads with those ahead. All this was in fulfillment of \
"Where is Steve?" dim blue headlights." prophecy (see vv. 15,- 17). God's
"On the lanai.!" TO BE
.. Word is always sure.


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: CHERIE NICHOLAS fSSSSSSaSar Questions til the second coming of Christ.

4 I What is his name?
____ .m.u.u. '" 1. The crew of Columbus' fleet
Released by Western Newspaper Union. was composed of what type of 6. How many New York gover-
ti have become
nors Presidents of
By VIRGINIA VALE the United States? ,
2. Where is the greatest molybdenum -

INNY SIMMS, star of "John- mine in the world situated The Answers / I

VJ ny Presents," is pretty proud ? 1. Adventurers and convicts.

of the fact that she's been madean 3. What mythological couple 2. In Colorado. >

honorary member of the Order grew old together so gracefullythat 3. Baucis and Philemon. ,

of the Purple Heart for they turned into two tall trees 4. The mayfly. ;'

1 a + 1945. Ginny rates it; during a recent growing side by side? 5. Ahasuerus. -;

"vacation" of one week she 4. What common insect lives buta 6. Four Martin Van Buren, .,'

:i toured veterans' hospitals in New day? Grover: Cleveland, Theodore

f < Mexico and: Texas; did a total of 88 5. The Wandering Jew is allegedto Roosevelt and Franklin D. Roose-

shows for wounded servicemen. As have been compelled to live un- velt. ;

yet she hasn't been decorated for -

giving advice to the men on affairsof
; 7v; 3r. > t the heart, though she' does lots of Lovely Dishcloth To Relieve Bad t

)' J T"-'ffl """ H Gay and Unusual Cough,, Mix This '.

Recipe, at Home 'c
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r You'll be surprised how quickly and .,':
0I easily you can relieve coughs due to :
colds, when you try this splendid re ::
I cipe. It gives you about four times as :':
k yn much cough medicine for your money. ;,
a 'y a Fl and you'll find it truly wonderful. :

Make a syrup by stirring 2 cups of

%, granulated sugar and one cup of '
water a few moments, until dissolved.
+1 pN I No cooking needed-it's no trouble at
all. (Or you can use corn syrup or
: : liquid honey instead of sugar syrup.))
w Then put 2% ounces of Pinex (obtain ,;
;F.i'w4 ed from any druggist) into a pint bot _>
tle. Add and have
=6 your syrup you a
7 full pint of medicine that will amaze '..}
I you by its quick action. It never ;
GINNY SIMMS spoils; and tastes fine. '
I ro i '. icy This simple mixture takes right holdof '4
ft. One lad wrote her that he'd iGay a cough. For real results, you've '

.1 4 P : '06+'f? t S'(' lacked courage to propose to his never seen anything better. It loosensthe
KH.a%,Ya=: ''Arta' 1x : i.,4 girl before he sailed for the south phlegm,soothes the irritated mem-

Pacific, and asked Ginny to do it. branes, and eases the soreness. ,'
.yy's?;u;Kay Pinex isaspecialcompoundof 1
I Ginny wrote back "Yes," the girl Ingredients in concentrated form,well- ",.

said "Yes" ,when Ginny relayed the known for its prompt action in coughsand

proposal, and the lad was happy. bronchial irritations. Money refunded -
___-" if it doesn't please you la
r--- every way.
:. You'll see 20 ace stunt men aspirates
:" 1\' '' in RKO's "The Spanish

Main"; they'll be blown off decks ofa
i ":j,. robber ship they'll topple
,:_ I sea 1a
. W }I; lmWiil:r.;>o:T4fi.;I very soft and youthful looking fur from yardarms, engage in cutlass I

that is being made up into stunning battles. Thrilling stuff, but just good,
THIS fall and winter season coats, capes and handsome cape- clean fun for these men who've

forth on the fashion calendar stoles. Seal, black or brown, is risked their lives many a time, 1I

; E I' as marking the dawn of a given high fashion rank, also nutria doubling for many a star who got

: new era of superbly styled, luxurious beaver, caracul gray or brown, the credit for being daring as wellas r 1

.;. }!I looking fur coats that set a new and many sports furs, particularlythe handsome. Dishcloth
,, high in point of elegance and artful ''!--
spotted types. As to the supremacy USE red and white crochet

: design. After seeing the eyethrilling of lovely white ermine in Harold Lloyd has turned in sucha for this practical and

' midwinter displays, so resplendent the evening mode, there is no ques- swell job in his first radio venture lovely dishcloth that looks like a

and, so "different" in style technique tion. as director-host of the NBC ,small dancer's frock. It's 10 inchesin

'I" any idea of making a lastyear's There is such"a" diversity of fur "Comedy ,Theater on Sunday : all and has. "shoulderstraps" ,-

coat "do this winter" becomes coat'types one can find just the styleone nights, that Preston Sturges has hang' by your s nk.' They make
r in the mind of the woman likes best. The this and unusual
emphasis signed Lloyd for a picture. Therecouldn't gay gifts.
who aspires to keep pace with fashion On favorite N.B. C.station ,4
year.is on tuxedo fashions that range be better news! Lloyd'sfans 7t e e your
I quite an unworkable theory. Pert from the new short lengths to full will be delighted to know that every Saturday morning
To obtain complete crocheting -
E. W. T.
11:00 A. M.,
"what to do with that Christ-
t; haps
length. Cossack coats offer a dra- he will still play the shy, bespec- for the Doll Dress Dishcloth (Pat WISE WSOC WFBC
mas check" might find an answer matic new silhouette and there is tacled man he used to play when he tern No. 5809)) 'send 16 cents In coins, your WPTF WSJS

, here. also increasing favor for the short rose to fame. name, address and the pattern number. I II I 10:00 A. 1\1., C. WJT.

;:j The woman buying the fur coat of nipped-in-at-waist tunic modes. Fur --- Send your order to: I WSB WSM WAPO WROL WSFA
her dreams now, will reap rich re-
short make big
capes or long When Luke Cosgrove, snowy- i
ward for the midwinter showings
They are especially smart in mink haired character reportedfor SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK'
are presenting fur artistry at its or Persian lamb. 530 South Wells St. Chicago 7, 111.
work in "Ministry of Fear,
peak. They stage a veritable reve-
The coats pictured herewith, selected -; for PatternNo.
(starring Ray Milland and Marjorie Enclose 16 cents
lation of models that interpret all
l: for. illustration from among Reynolds,) members of the troupe HTEREISHAM INSURANCE )
the latest fashion gestures in way .
smart fur modes created by Chi- !
bought a cake, since it was his birth-
of wide versatility in the furs them-
cago Fashion industries, carry the day. But there wasn't room for al] Name GUARANTEED
selves, plus a new elegance in styl-
message of that new elegance whichis
the candles he was 82!
ing that outmodes anything that has so characteristic of fashions of ", Address SKIPPER
been seen in recent years. Fur The handsome ---. kT1.SKIP
oday.; full-length nutria PREVENTATIVE
coats in current displays tell you tuxedo coat shown above to GIs in as many battle areas as \C06tP00 .

c: the story of new shorter lengths, the right stands for rich flattery and could be reached in time saw Sam- S, Z IN CURED MEAT

"' 'r and of voluptuous large sleeves, long dependable wear. It is a forth- uel Goldwyn's new Bob Hope star- Adding AncestorsThe Aik Your Dealer
Ji : most of them with dramatic wide right example of fur coat perfection, ring picture, "The Princess and the ,,,"? or Write

cuffs, and of a new generous silhou- styled in the new luxurious mood. Pirate," as their Christmas screen number of our lineal an- N. J. BODDIE --

ette that achieves a flare and a pert Yet it is practical and of sterling show. The picture was chosen, according cestors does not double with each The Hamlomnmee Maa
Il.. :, back swing. These details sum to to the Overseas ,Motion Pic-
up worth. It has the new deep turn past generation as commonly be- Durham N.C.
that feeling of new elegance which ture service of the Army Pic-
back cuffs and a chic matching hat. lieved. After the third or fourth
L pervades the entire fashion realm' To the right below is a black Per- torial service, because of the popu- generation, the actual number is

'r r this winter. sian lamb top-favorite. It is a thor- larity which Hope enjoys as a re- progressively smaller than the pos-

' ?I It adds intrigue too, that such an oughbred in every detail, so elegantly sult of his personal appearances in sible number, owing to the inter-
; amazing variety of furs are "instyle" the theaters of war.
conservative it can be worn with marriage of kin.
; r;; ; these days. It is as fashion- ___.r
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equal aplomb over street or over For example, in the past ten
: fi y J' right to wear a super Persian lamb
evening clothes. The deep slit at Sarongs aren't Dorothy Lamour's generations, or 300 years, the pos-
} coat it is to American
' Russian as broadtail.wear an each side is a new-this-season fash- exclusive property since Nancy Por- sible number of one's ancestors is
As for mink
or ion gesture. Take note also of the ter has done so well in "Isle of 1,024, but the actual number is
it has come into its, own In a big "
handsomely cuffed sleeves. Tabu, a Paramount musical only 300 to 400.
The sensation is wild mink
way. a Gray furs are very much in the, parade featurette. Executives were

.. fashion picture this year. Shown to impressed, so watch for a starring:

the left above is a striking fitted Cos- role in one of those South Seas
Taffeta Blouse
sack coat, styled of gray Persian musicals for Nancy.

_.,...._,_.....h..h.u........._ lamb. Whopping big sleeves and -\tOne /-
I my... 1. saucy pockets are intriguing style
of the first Marlene
}4 accents. It is stunning types like this persons
Dietrich saw during one of her camp
that declare a new era in fur styling.
shows for an American unit in
The coat shown in lower left cor-
France recently was Sam Jacobs.
is interesting in that it is
ner staled
Sam is the younger brother of come- C a, Jl a
of lynx-dyed fox giving emphasis to
dian Danny Thomas, of the Fanny
the fact that the list of furs on U:lSwinter's
Brice air show, and spent nearly
fashion program covers an four months overseas with the

unusually wide range. Dietrich troupe last spring. So

Released by Western Newspaper Union. Marlene took time out to write Danny ; PREVALENTIN
a V-mail letter telling him the '

Embroidered Wool Wraps news. : THIS A A !
Are NewThisSeasonA ---.::---

Jennifer Jones is certainly havingthe
distinctly new-this-season eve- kind of career that other girls O If you're avictim,don't expose others!And in your own interest;

ning winter wrap is a wool 25-inch dream of. She's co-starring with get relief from nasal congestion fast,the famous Mentholatum way;
topper. It is neatly tailored with nov- with 4 vital actions!I'It
Joseph Cotten in "Love Letters, at Mentholatum instantly goes to work
elty shaped pockets emblazoned
Paramount. Next "Duel in can breathe-sleep again!
comes helps clear that stopped-up nose so you
with sequins, gold embroidery and
the Sun" with Gregory Peck then membranes-stimulates
jewel-like stones. Hip-depth of ; At the same time,it soothes
handsome wool have rich embroidery "Cluny Brown" at Fox, an Erns' the local blood supply,and helps reduce swelling.If cold spreads to

at each shoulder top. Lubitsch production. chest, rub Mentholatum on throat, chest and back to stimulatesurface

--1: circulation,help lessen congestion in sore, cough-wracked
Walter Greaza, who plays the in- time-proved Mentholatum today.Jars, tubes 30A:
muscles. Get
The blouse worn with this stunning Vogue Turns to Capes spector "Crime Doctor"every Sun-

black wool two-piece is madeAL Fashion is very cape-conscious day, went to the Philadelphia navy

of plaid taffeta than which there is nowadays. The new suits are caped yard to act as narrator for a navy

nothing smarter., The styling of this and the latest dresses have cape training film and underwent the MENTHD.LATUMFr

... \ blouse points out the, fact that soft flares in the back. The long fur same investigation by the FBI and
,:>rl \ 'bow-tie effects lead in the mode. cape is a fashion-first and the short navy intelligence that he subjects

'; Also there is new accent in the lowered fur cape takes the place of the shorter criminals to on the air.

.i;:. ''4 pointed waistline. fur jacket in many instances.

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ably plenty ready for sleep when ed a nice Christmas present from And they have .
The Clewiston News come through .Armored sprint which General Pat- 4;
they got home Monday; night. their son, Lt. Morris Ford, who is gloriousy'for) the third tlrhe--just: t ten: the Seventh :Army commander, ,

a prisoner of'war in Germany. This as they d.'d i Morocco, Just as they ]pridefully referred to a few days 4

up hf'J every: Frlflny In Clowlflton, I Dave Alston proved that there are was a letter which arrived right ,at. did at Palermo-and;; just as thesa 1 1 later: as "the fastest-moving, operation -. -
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEW still plenty of bargain hunters left Christmas although mailed in September "Hell on Wheels" boys always do I of Its ,kind in history'
'ne. when he pulled his big clearancesale and said that he was getting when the chips are down. We
jumped off from a point east I
this week. He opened the along okay. The 2nd Armored Division has 3,1- of
.. .. I and swung in giant
Entered as second clues mall matter Seminole early Tuesday morningand ways had a tradition of fighting
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In arcs across the mountain ridges to ,
Crewliton. Florida, under the Act of not only had'to do without Many Clewiston folks will remember men and fighting commanders sinc:' the Sicilian capital, Palermo, entering -
March 3, 1897. breakfast but almost had to takea Bill Wallace, eldest son it was activated on July 15, 1940. it 22 hours after the attack be-

club to clear the store so that he of Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Wallace, form- at Fort Benning, Ga., one month gan. Enroufe, this column smashed -

CARR SETTLE. Publisher and Mrs. Alston could have a little erly Clewiston. and now of Okce- after the fall of France, as one of three separate strongpoints with
mid-afternoon luncheon. The crowds chobee. Bill is now Warrant Of- the two original Armored Divisions
hardly a pause. It was led by a
Subscription Rate-fi.50 Per Year continued through the week) so longas ficer Wallace and spent a Christmas 6f its several commanders, the ]Brigadier General who fought '

ArlvorfUIng Raters On Application there was any merchandise left furlough with his parents from a best-known to the public is Lieu- \through the Tunisian campaign In

and Dave didn't anticipate that he'd hospital on the Pacific Coast wherehe tenant General George S. PattonJr. another outfit and also led his

even have enough stuff left to open is recuperating from injuries ., who led it from September. ]Palermo veterans into
action in the
Devoted to the advancement and 'welfare up Saturday morning. Painters will received in the Southwest. Pacific. 1940 to January, 1942, and whn ]latest
Normandy attack under which
of Clewiston ,and Hen ry County. I
start work in the store next weekin 'His right leg was badly wounded regarded it as the foremost striking \the Germans are still reeling. His

order that the new jewelry store ,but appears to.. be healing nicely. force in the American Army and the seizure of Palermo was the neatestbit

will be ready for occupancy as soon > v 'I toughest and best Armored Divisior ] of surgery of the entire Mediter-
On The HouseBy as possible. Other merchants who Cpl. Hooky Avant is now at Camp in any Army. He wanted his tank3 3 ranean campaign. It cut Sicily in

watched the crowds at this store Maxey, Texas, in advanced infantry men to be tough and he did this by ,two and ended all resistance in the .

D. C. S. rather jealously this week may get training. According to Hooky he's I being tough on them-subjectinr western half of the island.

the same kind of crowds by simply taken they same training "over and them to repeated grueling maneu : Tanks 'of the Division were fueled '
cutting their prices in half. We'll over so many times (that he could, vers. |j (Continued
It wasn't the gasoline situation on page 10)) ,
results. I easily write a book on infantry train-
guarantee When
which kept many at home this week- as commander of the Western -
ing piocedure. He's to take another -
end who would like to have seen the Force, Patton called uponthem
Orange Bowl game in Miami. It The New Year is underway and oversea examination soon and we to bolster the wreck strewn ,'
it doesn't know that he'll be very anxious io beaches of French Morocco :
was a lack of tickets and those of us strangely enough seem a they J
,who were able to obtain the piecesof whole lot different from 1944 so pass and get away. from the mono stood true to their training. The: /r,

pasteboard felt ourselves very far despite all the noise wo made to tony of training.. landed at Port Lyautey; Fedala ,ana ( ,
fortunate.We welcome it. We can only hope that Safi. Those at Port Lyautey: worked [ -
were doubly fortunate for we during this year we shall see an end News from Pfc. Woodrow Bledsoe with Navy dive bombers to knock ,

not only were able to obtain ticketsat to a greater part of the war. Our and T-5 John' Bledsoe is that both out 24 or 32 attacking French tanks. ,' Ccftzta
is that will are now in France although going Those at Safi back '
the last minute through the help only prediction Germany flung a counter-
'' be .either knocked out dining 1915 over a month or so apart. attack from the mountain resort
of friends but also were 'among the -p .. I ,7
few who picked Tulsa to win. It or will so strengthen her position that town of Marrakesch and converged SGy J ?N
was just a hunch but it paid off and it will take several years to bring A note giving change of address on Casablanca as the Armistice was
from; Capt. S. A. McCorkle who has I
we greatly fear every time we approach -I about her fall. Japan? Our crystal being signed
Curt Woodward this week I ball indicates at least two or three been located at Butncr, N. C. He I was with the group that landed I
has now transferred to Fort Bragg
that he may throw something at us. more years in that theatre. at Fedala, 16 miles north of Casablanca -
in' the same state and has taken his
But it was a very colorful spec And so far as Clewiston Is concerned and saw them surround this I
tacle Florida weather'out-did itself the new year will bring more family with him.. great port. They were set for a

for the benefit of Yankee visitors of what we have had for the past razing, attack' when: the Vichy

and although .'the game itself might several years, steady substantial Rather: a belated recognition of fenders capitulated before the de-j

have been a disappointment to many growth with new construction held receipt of a Christmas card from I of this mighty steel ring. w7haalnsu7fd Aaftly- -

there were plenty of thrills even for down only by war restrictions. Launita R. George, S 2-c of the Throughout the winter the 2nd!

the most rabid Tech fans. Waves who is still being hospitalized Armored Division guarded the pM c'fit libUlilllfWl 19J.
at the U. S. Naval Hospital in der of French 1Iorocco.against bor-I

We are told that the New Year Philadelphia as a result of the accident possibility that Hitler might thruv't. j

celebration in Clewiston was very a year ago which caused the through Spanish, Morocco in an ef- j ..when your

quiet but there was a big attendanceat With loss of one of her lower limbs. fort to cut off the chief Allied SUPply |I work here. helping
the New Year Dawn Dance it Thanks a lot for the card, Launita. base of Casablanca.The I

Sugarland Park auditorium and many i and here's hoping you're getting 2nd Armored didn't partici-j! local responsible families ',

said that it was the first dance her along fine. pate in the Tunisian Campaign as a ,

that they could remember when ; J Our Boys .a unit but gave the 1st Armored: a I own their own homes. Ask

there was a crowd present ready to The following letter from Staff transfusion of two thousand officers -

go when the doors opened. Those Sergeant John J. Wynn was enclosed and men and scores of tanks I For complete information

who attended this dance and then a' inthe in his Christmas card, a neat and as replacements for losses sufferedby

went to the Orange Bowl were prob- original number from the Second the First in the Sbeitla-Kasserino I

f- Armored Division. The card showed Pass defeat. I
cartoons representing all placesthe 'Hell on Wheels" tankmen, stormed -'i

M Service division has fought, Morocco- ashore July 10, 1943, at Licata i

Tunisia-Algeria Sicily, England and Gela, Sicily, on invasion day, I Clewiston Federal :

II France, BelgiumHollandGermany for its second amphibious landing I''

with Christmas greetings from each in less than a year. In the first

.:":":":":":":-:":..:":":":":..: :..:..:.y..y.-":,,: place, in the .native !language. Un- week, the Division{ v helped capture Savings and Loan I i

aerneatn are tue words, 'out, from nine towns while 'operating in con I : '

1 DAILY 1\IATIXEE'-3:4J .1>. M. I News that their son,. Lt. Robert me. to yon it's the good old American junction with several other com- AssociationExcellent .x I"I

NIGHT-7 & ,9 P. M. Patterson, is, in a hospital in Lux- Merry Christmas." The letter I mands. Among these towns were- I II II I
SAT. & SUN. CONTINUOUS emburg recuperating from injurieswas follows: I Cannicatti and Caltanlsetta. I II II

3-G: .- 7--9P.DI. received in a letter from, him Somewhere in GermanyNov. was with the leading reconnaissance I I

WEEIv BEGINNING JAN. 7TH by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. 1'. 14, 1944. unit in the headlong i

Patterson, just a few days ago and Dear Carr: Not having enough - -- --"- ---------- --------

SUN & 3ION., JAN._ 7 & 8with dated December, four days after Christmas cards to go around r ...,.......... ,,,., .l'..' W'\."...; """ ........,<_ .. .
, the Germans began their drive I I guess: the next best thing is to send

s pi against the sector where he has been one to one's home town newspaper.

in action. Bob says that he is just I II I havealways: heard that a hometown .1 Mack's Store
i scratched and hoped to be back with' editor knew everyone and Drug

his battery very shortly and his par- everyone knew him. '

ents are thankful that they receivedthe Also included are two stories;: I. ,
news through his letter rather from United Press and Associated

than in a terse War Department Press. Thought you might IIP Service
Ann Sheridan and Jack Carson I telegram.' Lt. Patterson is with a terested in a little news of the in-I Prescription

:ALSO CARTOON Field Artillery I division f with the vision. After you are through

First Army. Here's hoping, Bob, them will you please pass them onto 7A.M.11P.M.w
TUBS. &' WED, JAN i) & 10 I 'l.
DOUBLE FEATURE" that your injuries are slight and that I the family for me as I would: like '''
you'll be all okay very soon. ( to keen them.

:/AEEtUif'4 I Again many happy returns to you PHONE 20Assembly

More hopeful news has been received and ycur family. Sincerely,

F ",!) by Mr. and Mrs. J. A. 'Mc- James Wynn. .'. ..... ,
1I''v.:> '''' '''' W 'rim.'I&oLU ; IiW'ttIIL.. ;:1.JIIIiIIlI :
And here is oc stories 0'this
"l808B'l'J1 Gehee since their son, S-Sgt. Wilbur one

ItZ. ::::c4 "%"':Jj'' (5hAne. ,''(,IS. tttfJ V r McGehee, was reported missing in Jimmy hard-hitting is serving:outfit with whicn 'N'':Ni N'':N:N:N N N:+:N N:''N N N'.:N M:N:'':N N:N:N N:.1:N:.1 N:M:N:N:N N N:M:N:N:N:..:N:N M:N N:N:N:N.
}:?:<.<)v iL.,.. ...... o>WOOflneatt.f e .. action several weeks ago after a
:; ; /) bombing raid by his group. VIA PRk'SS Wf'JELESS TO THE
: : over
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Germany. One of the officers of his ASSOCIATED PRESSBy : I ..

with group wrote Mr, and Mrs. McGehee Hal Boyle r-4'--j': of God

Bob Crosby and. .Lynn :Mei-rick: that the plane upon which Wilburserved WITH THE 2ND ADMORED DIVISION ; .. : ,.

and was seen to go down, apparently IN NORMANDY July .'il. :'i':: j .z:( : SOUTH CLEWISTONUKV. O.;...
"The Big Noise"with with engines' knocked 1944-The United States Army lift- '
out :" -
by flak but still under control, ed a two-vear veil of secrecy today :: : 4' :: =i=

headed toward\ neutral territory with to honor the armored anvil on 1Bradley's ':. : ,>. :"' Sunday School .........-.....__.........___ 10:00 A. M. ..
LAUREL and HARDY : : 1f]. ..s".
forces have
every hope that the crew was ableto pieces beaten to ::: :i!. :). :f'J:.... Morning Worship .................-........ 11:00 \. .31.Evangelistic ..
THURS. bail out thousands of Rommel's best .. '::':;.. .s.'r...
& FRI., JAN. 11 & 12Ro"Stf'c'VLry or perhaps to land the ; 'f"v:' 'f.E. : .\
plane safely. If their plane landedin fighting men-and that anvil is th3 '= 'p f? :}'1 Service ....-.-.......-.-..- 8:00 P. M.
% t1 fighting' "Hell on Wheels"-the 2nd 's. t:.: ij 'ti ,..,'
neutral I IJ.
territory '
will "
they be interned =
tr'etft" Armored Division. : '.i Weekly Services, Tuesday .......---- 8:00 P. M. ; ,
if captured until after the :s: ;; : 'r.
In i' "" ,..
war. *" France announcing of this the worldrcknownedmilitary presence in ._s; 'i :i JJ: Young People's Service; Friday ........ 8:00 P. )(.- :)s: '

outfit. the United States ?
Had a nice visit during luncheon First Army released for publicationfor ::: H. K.BAGWELL.- Sunday Night Text -"Signs of The Times. :t: ;
.s. ..
Thursday with Chief Yeoman Charles

T Benson who arrived very unexpectedly combat the record first in time this the war.Division's .............................. ...... ...................................................;..................................r.-. . ......................................................."::1.r. -

EyEQY7iiOu6grOoUalso Wednesday evening to spend a Since it made peacetime headlines "

couple .of days visiting Clewiston under General Patton in maneuversin .:..:..:--.X..:..:..:..:-..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. ..,
friends. Charlie has
been in the
Louisiana and the Carolinas ther

IS r MARCH OF TIMEA Navy at present for almost, serving three on years an L'ST and is in, had what been HO official disclosure as to E. BEARDSLEY )
use was being made of this
20th the Pacific. He has been
Century-Fox Release at sea "eteol showpiece" in the American
during most of this time except for::
military show
window.It .
-alsoLATEST- a short period when he was land- Real Estate J'
NEWSSATURDAY can now be told for the first
based at Tulagi. He has seen and time that this best-trained Armored

,. JAN. 13TH 'participated in several landings, the Division in history spearheaded the '
last of which was at Guam. Charlie '
American invasion of French Mor- '( RUTH R. BEARDSLEY
,.. ,
managed to get back to the Statesat ,
occo and its three-day conquestin
DWARD this time simply because he was
November 1942 and just a year
one of a group of five fortunate en- this month Insurance if
ftoBfRs ago smashed across Sicilyto
listed men picked to his
cut the island in half and isolated -
commanding officer back to make
and captured thousands of Italian ,
up a new group. He has thirty days and: German prisoners. l MISS ALICE SAVAGE
off and eleven days travel time'from
Most of the veterans of these two
San Diego and says he has a lot of previous amphibious operations wer5still
with territory cover during the short ,
in the Division when General Hopkins Building r
ROBINSON time allotted. He Is spending the
Bradley again took off the wraps
Also "
Cartoon major part of the thirty days with
less than a week ago and sent it into .
HAUNTED HARBOR" No. 12 his father i iR Jacksonville.
e battle line with orders to crash Phone 66 or 27R2 ,
... .- through the "unbreakable"
'; : : : .;.. German
-' t : r I Mr. and Mrs. G. M, Ford receiv I :St. Lo-Lessay defense line. .*"t"M*":":..:"*"*MM* *":..:..:..:..:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.)-)



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f -:":":":"":":":":":":":":":":":":"':.":":":":":": .":i The sleigh seemed to change to a I'm back on the"wagon'and I hopeI I I. Tallahassee, Florida
\ published
red fire truck don't.fall. December 4, 1914. Statutes wIth Section 270.07, In F1OrldaThe com
And each reindeer turned into a Russell Kay-1938.A 1941. -
Too Late To State:Board of Education
Classify bleary-eyed buck.I NOT CH is hereby Driven that the State of Florida the
: r STATE BOARD,.OF EDUCATION reserve the right to
knew in a moment it must be old State of Florida will offer for of,the reject any and all bids.
OTICI. sale to BY ORDER of the State Beard
t. be
.. By RUSSELL KAY Nick, sold ,to the highest bidder, at Tallahassee Education of the State of Florida

t\ And I tried to cry out but my tonguewas TO WHOM:: IT MAY CONCERN'This NOON? January Florida 9th.at 1945 12:00, the following o'clock I SPESSARD L. .HOLLAND, ,

''!J'.,>* ot.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:._.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:., too thick. is to to register advise the'that'name it of is CLEW my intention -j COUNTY described: land ln HENDRY- I ATTEST Colin : Governor.,

___ ISTON BEAUTY SHOPPE' with the S% of :N'/i and S% of Section 16, State Board English Secretary '
I Then the old devil whjstled and Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for Township 44 South Range 33 East, I Dec. of Education.
:" (Omitted Last Week) shouted with, glee Hendry County, Florida. .the said Hen- containing 180 acres. 8 15, 22, 29, Jan. 5, 1945. '
dry County beingthe principal place
."T\VAS TIlE NIGHT AFTER While the bucks pawed the earth of business of CLEWISTON BEAUTY ..
SHOPPE; that I am ,the sole owner of I '.. '
CHIUSTMAS" and looked daggers at me. the business Operated under the name "
Then he called, them by name, and of "CLEWISTON. BEAUTY SHOPPE 'I!
''t' TTwas the night after Christmas, the names I made me shudder, Jan 5., 12, 19, 26, 1945.
"+' When I heard them I felt like. a ship
and boy what a house!
minus rudder. NOTICEThe
I felt like the devil, and so did the NOTICE
Spouse. I' annual meeting of the mem-
Now Egg-nog Bacardi, Four Roses bers of the Clewiston Federal Savings
The eggnog and turkey and candy and Brandy, and Loan Association will be held in
-' were swell, the office of the Association on Wednesday '
Now Fruit Cake, Cold Turkey, Gin January 17, 1915 at five io'- r 1
But ten hours later, they sure gave Rickey and Candy.To clock in the afternoon. Eastern WarTime :
for the of. '
me hell. the tip of his dome, to the top 1. Election of purpose one director: for a termof '

of his skull, three years. 'I.
The stockings weren't hung by theY 2. Review of the operations of the
Now whack away, crack away with past year. I,
chimney with care, thumps that are dull. 3. Formulation of plans for the ensuing I WILL BE AT ALSTON'S
The darn things were sprawled'on year. DRUG STORE

the back of a chair Then in a twinkling I felt on my as Transacting1 may properly come such before other the business meet '

The children were nestled all snug roof, ing.

In their bed, The prancing and. pawing of each Jan. 4, 11, 1945 O. ,A. JONES Secretary. I December 20 .

But I had ajaige. cake of ice. on cloven hoof. January 3

my head. !! How long this went on I'm sure I Tallahassee Florida I .

can't say January 1st, 1945 I Jan. 10 .
Jan. 17
And when I finally dosed off in a i I But it'seeme'd like eternity. plus a NOTICE Y ,

nap, I long day. NOTICE is hereby given that the
K Trustees of the Internal
The ice woke when
weup it fell in
of the State of Florida and the
my, lap.. But finally the night'after Christ State Board of Education of the Stateof : IN AFTERNOONS
Then mas had passed Florida offer for sale to be soldto
for S
some unknown reason, I
the highest bidder, Tallahassee,
wanted a' drink, And I found I leally could think) Florida at 12:00 o'clock in NOON. Feb- I .

S. I started in good at last. ruary 6th 1945 the following described -
feeling my way to lands in HENDRY COUNTY
:, the sink.I So I thought of the New Year, a few S4 of Section 4,
days away E% of Section 8, You
All of Section 10, I may pay your County Taxes and at
got along fine 'till I 'stepped on And I've mad me a vow that no All of Section 1C, '

the cat; tempter can sway. Township 45 South Range 33 the same time purchase: your motor vehicle
I don't recall just what occurred to be sold subject to
I'm sticking to water, don't even Grazing Leases No. 311 and No.
after that. .
want ice 312 expiring April 28, 1948.) I tag. '-, -
When I came to, the house was all THIS NOTICE is published In compliance 'I I .
For there's nothing as tasty and L '. ,
flooded with light, '. with Section. 270.07, Florida I, ,
Statutes 1941. I'
nothing as nice, '
Altho under the table, I'm as high The Trustees of the Internal Improvement I;I ;- .'
The night after New Years
"" as a kite. may Fund and the State Board ,I I
bother some guys of Education reserve the right to reject I I

:;;.ti While visions'of sugar plums danced But I've learned my lesson, and BY any ORDER and all of the. Trustees of the I II I
Brother, I'm wise. Internal Improvement Fund of th I
in my head, State of Florida and the State Board I L5 I

.S I somehow bed.got up and then back into You liquor can have that's your red victuals, and of_ Education SPESSARD of the L.State HOLLAND Governor.of Florida., 1 I]: R. N. MILLER

Then what to my wandering mind But what to stomach Attest:
goes my won'tgo '
F. C. Elliot Secretary II
should appear to my head. Trustees I. I. Fund. I I County Tax Collector j

But a miniature sleigh and eight So a. big Happy New Year to you State Colin Board English of Secretary Education. j jr ji

tiny reindeer. and to Jan. 5, 12, 19, 26, Feb. 2. I I IN i


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'l the amount' of such increase and to .I. Dated this 4th day of. December,I NOTICE suit on January 15, 1944. or the Bit
UGH HOPE IS HELD consider amendments to the corporate 1944.CORPORATE SEAL) TO EFFIE WALKER HARRIS will be taken as confessed. ,!I
Il charter of said bank necessary to increase Address .unknown: (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL, ,
the capital stock and fix the C V. ;TAIIKINSON, You are hereby notified that Bill for Cleric Circuit Court -. '
number of directors of the bank, to President. Divorce has been filed against you by Hendry County Florida. \ .
FOR ELECTRIFICATION elect a board of directors for the year :Attest: Frank: Harris in the Circuit Court of H. A. RIDER:: ,
19-15, and for such other business asmay s:. 1... STEWART, Cashier. Hendry County, Florida, at LaBclle Attorney for Complainant. '"'
f come before the meeting I I Dec. 8; 15, 22, 29, Jan. 5, 1915. and :you are required, to appear In said Dec. 15, 22, 29, Jan. 5. "


(Moore Haven Democrat) -
n. P. Kirtman of St. Louis, Rural
:Electrification: Authority promotional -
agent, spent Wednesday and
Thursday here considering the possibility
of establishing a rural elec
trification project in this area and

1 pleased expressed with himself the survey as being made highl of the; I 1 7r r y. r.,. $& i

area.Mr. Kirtman: contacted County- II I

Agent F. D. Yaun Wednesday morn I -
lag and after a talk: with him, with I )
'County Commissioner J. E. Frierson ? ..c/4 ..n. h' 4y5.. ,4 l'.1E y
said that he be-I ,1 y4r 'y %
lieved and'city that 'a project could be worked .."..',,1";/.n" .,,', . .., : !
out but would reserve an opin- .: ; ;-1,:' "
ion until he had gone over the proposed t :l 4y '/'--
: line routes as previously determined -'Ii ,
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by Mr. Yaun for the county ( '

commission. After going over ,..';: /'' "",>w.4 )o.v..,.",,',?;1.SJ.h/#.:<% : '
these routes he said there was I I i ;:::-:( ''? f: '1/' >:;:: -. It
nothing to prevent almost .' ;j'J
-vork being started on the project ; 1 >
and he believed that lights could.be t\\ ( t\Trd' "
operating on farms all over the s

county in six mouths if the proper ,.. n
cooperation were given by" the rural
Residents. i :
3Vlr. Kirtnian said that a projects i f )
;? now being worked out for the ,
Istokpoga and Childs area and consideration -,

will probably be given to I jiw
linking up this project with the one' 4'fl ( S / J ,.f J
-In. Glades County. He was unableto
give figures as to the cost of r
'current to the consumer' but said f.'?- /k' I
that such rates' usually started off ,- '. .",:;..wy.../. ,. I
at 'eight cents a kilowatt hour with r I
,a rapid reduction in rate from that :

figure and on farms of high dc3nand : ',
: the rate is very low. .' W 1r.'tiy;%'Ji SY,4ka.A ,
He was unable, also, to give an I ,, ,
Idea of what the REA would be ,
willing to pay for current from the ;; :i2 ,

which produces it for theirditribution ,,, "
plant .
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and this rate will determine r i'fr.t/\ .:;'.J; ";:: .>4'J ;''.3
whether or not the munici- ,, .
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-- a
pal plant here will attempt to expand A '
sufficiently to take care of the = 1
increased load. Should the mu- '

:nicipal plant be unable to furnishthe :: )Iways ready night and day when and where it was needed' withoutdelay
tie-in would prob- .
a '
ably be made with the Florida Pow- ", the stream of life-giving fuel oil flows into by the bunkering service of Belcher

r and Light at Okeechobee. .: : the ,bunkers of United Nations merchant Oil Company. largest distributor of fuel oil :f _.
Mr.: Yaun hopes to be able to start ships that! steam out'of Miami Harbor to all in the South. ,' f\ .
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early next week making a canvass : \'::$ the fighting:fronts in this global war. ;. :,'
of the area to secure subscribers to '
\1 : Seafaring men of the Merchant Marine' and I I1 '

. the Xigh-ta-of-way.REA and. easements Membership for in liner the ......', .. 1'' To help keep those fleets moving IS. an old' the Navy have, reason to give thanks for .I I ,:, !,- -/I.j

ILEA cooperative will cost each 'consumer :. 'job with Belcher Oil Co., Its tremendous Miami's:splendid{ harbor facilities. The port ,; '( I .

five dollars but no charge : prewar system ,of barge and dock ,facilities was ready 'and waiting when war broke out .J :. .

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'. <;;r, -with dispatch to help keep men andmunitions a part of this way-station on the route to '. I ;4 .r

ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL i .. moving toward greatpffensives.Qil ; freedom and victory. '
'. CHURCH the lifeblood of ,
a ship provided -
Services every sunaay:: at 8:30 !'.. ...,.:::2t' And to bring,all those ships and men' back ." \' .' 't

"a. m., at Clewfston, Community. ) :-f' ; safely on the long voyage home, let's all J 4': '.:" <,

Church.r buy more War Bonds ., and buy them.
Rev. S.'. D. Mason Rector. ,tr t' \ r regularly until victory is ours! ': 1it .'

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NOTICE"I' t0 !.

Belcher's busy on the home front loo! BE LCHER '
BANK OF CLEWISTON: .. Supplying prompt meter delivery service ':
The stockholders of First Bank ofewiston to all users of fuel oil the 'smallest .
t of Clewiston. Hendry County from 2
Florida, are hereby notified that homes to South Florida's largest hotels Q .
the annual meeting1'of'the stockholders .' ,
-of said banking company will be held and industrial plants. ';
tn the office of, the bank on the 4th '
ffJt's fuel oil or oil-burning'equipment ESTABLISHED 1915 MIAMI FLORIDA ',
clay of January 1945, at eight o'clock ., '
!'. II. fco consider and 'vote on the it's Belcher! Phone ''27425.
Question of 'increase of the capital
stock of the bank and to determine

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Ziler, visited Osceola .Gloves south WILL BUY MORE CARS t!I LOST Schaeffer life-
of Clewiston Thursday. = ,
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't The girls strolled through the DETROIT, 'Dec. 27-'(FNS) '-I I time, gold tipped fountain

I gardens, viewing the many beautiful Automobile dealers in Florida will
SOCIETY I flowers and shrubs after which smash all previous' records by sell- pen near post office
-- they visited the 'aviary and all ,ing approximately 93COO new cars during Christmas.. $5.00.
agreed that the love birds were the the first year of unrestricted pro-

I prettiest. The peacocks also came duction after the war, or 62 percent reward. Call or see C.
I' Games were played and the girls year of 1941, is the prediction of A. Driggers, Townsite
-":mIII"C..MlA--- -- i hunted for feathers from peacocks::, Joseph W. Frazer, chairman of

Miss Frances Morgan spent the Mrs. E. L. Cheyne, who has been I turkeys love birds and* other" biids Graham-}'aige Motors, who bases I Commissary. 1 11.

week-end inVest Palm Beach. the guest of Mrs. J. A. 'Cheyne for After a luncheon of salad, sand his figures for this state on a nation- I

the past few_ months is spending wiches cookies, cake, doughnutsand wide survey of the demand for i iI I

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Reahaid were.,the ,week in Miami coca-colas the girls played new cars after the war just com- ii i :NNNNMNI.:NN:...:N:..:NN:NN-..:NNNNNN:..:..:.

:week-end\ visitors in Fort Myers. 'I games waded in a stream and otherwise pleted by his organization. ,,.i'.. FOR '
Bernard J. Myers spent several amused themselves until timeto ', :. I

William B. Powers, of Miami wasa days over the week-end with his par- come home all agreeing that it 'i=. TAXICABS :,:
business visitor in Clewiston Wed- ents, Mr. and Mrs.. C. T.: Myers ir had been a wonderful day. FOR SALE Sinale I's' DAY
' nesday. Miami Mr. fand Mrs. Carr Settle Those making the trip were Mrs.Ziler bed and ;
mat :: :
of Moore Haven were his guest PHONE 18
:; -----:- and Mrs. F. E. :IIunz'iker. Ann T

.::' ,( Mrs. Phillip Thielen and son, over the week-end. Prewitt Ann Slonaker, Betty Joy tress in O'ood condition.Mrs. i .". .v. .v.". v. .v[{.'. .N.V.W.,*

{. : Phillip, Jr., are visiting relatives. in Baylor, Carol Joy Alston, Christine 1
/' Lake Wales this week. E. J. Smith, General Manager of Dunaway: Eleanor Von Mach, Elnora Rackstraw, oppo- ['
",,', Riddle Field left ,today for ,Wright
'. d Tanner, Emma Jane Ezelle Patricia I :
Field, Dayton Ohio. Mr. Smith site Catholic Church. 1 11 i iI
(/ Harold Broaderick is a Plant City Powell HacheI'I)
', plans to join Lyn J. Povey former, :
' Miner and Shirley Benbow. I
visitor this week, with his uncles,
director of flying for all Embry- I
N. E. and Robert Hanson.:
.: Riddle schools while in Dayton, be- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I FOR, SALE-NIan's bi- I
fore his return to Clewiston.Mr. II. C. Menclor, Pastor Ii i Civil Engineer and Surveyor
and Mrs. Tom Malone spent
Sgt. cycle, $25 cash. Phone I Specializing In Everglades
;;) y: the week-end in Miami and attended and Mrs. O. A. Jones had as i
Orange Bowl :Monday. Sunday School-9:45: a. m. J 12 203 S. San Pedro. Surveys I
,, the game their guests last week Mrs. Jones'brother or !
Morning Worship '11:00: a. m. ;hone GO Clevriston, rla.ww..ww I Ii
Briant, Mrs Briant : '
Mrs. Grace Nipper,of Fort Pierce Paul Training, Union.-!6:15> p. m. n:11":"- J"j-< 1 Itp. i .. .
and sons Tom and Bob of Jack- I ,I
Mis.: Evening Worship:30 p. m. I
was the guest of W. P. Conley sonville. Miss Marianne Jones accompanied I
Prayer Meeting Wed. 8:00 p.: m. I
Sunday. I Mr. and 1\ rs. Briant and
'-- I children on their return to Jack- This next Sunday is the first Sun- ;

Col.' J. L. Terry of the Miami sonville, en route. to Florida: State day'' of the year and the very best I --'----

OPA office was a business visitor at College for Women, Talla-hassee. time you will have to 'put into practice *

) the local office Tuesday. ;' --- those New Year's resolutions'about I I ;'i HANTHONY'S

('S S -- i I MKS. RACK8TKAW: ENTERTAINSAT attending church. Come, let II 4I
- and us make you welcome ''in our services 1 j 1
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Garrett BRIDGE-TEA WEDNESDAY '
children were the week-end guests ___u' and help you' during this ;

'h ;- of Mr. and Mrs: W. J. Garrett of Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw entertainedat ing year to give your best to com-I'

Brooksville Florida.' I! her .home Wednesday afternoon God. I I y : 1 :\

' I with a bridge-tea. First prize was The W.: M. S. business and pro-I !

'? Miss Marianne Jones had as her won by Mrs. W. C. Prewitt while I gram meeting will be held at the ;

house guest last Wednesday and low prize was won by Mrs. H. R.; church Tliesday at 3:30 p. m. All I

Thursday, Miss June Pope of West, Hall. Others present were Mrs. U. ladies are requested to be present. ] 4 I 4.f Snr
Palm Beach. T. Koch Mrs. U. T. Koch, Jr., Mrs. The mid-week prayer and praise I

I Foster Crampton, sMrs. F. Deane. service will be held Wednesday]:
Peter Christensen and George : Duff Mrs. N. V. S. Mumfoid, Mrs.R. evening at 8:00 p. m. You are cordially -I

Beck attended the., funeral of M.. M. Bishop, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs.E. invited to participate in this I
Valaer of Moore Haven in Arcadia : L. Stewart, Mrs G. Small Mrs.C. service and derive the blessing that

on Friday of last ,week.- i L. Downs,. Mrs E. M. Blake and. is in store for your soul. '!

Mrs. C. E. :Miner. Remembrancegifts Choir practice will be held Thurs'
,: Mrs. W. P. Conley and grandsons, i for the afternoon were pre- day evening at 8:00 p. m. All members '' '' I
Alvin and Willard Garrett, were the sented to the visitors Mrs. Blake and are requested to be present. I J a: NJ !'URCFrASES

sus' guests of Mrs. L. C. Nipper of Lake 'Mrs. Crampton.' Auxiliaries of the W.' M. S. meetas
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I follows I
Harbor on Wednesday evening. -- ------- -- -- : Sunbeams Thursday at

s S t' -- I WOMAN'S ASSOCIATION TO the church and G. A.'s at the church I
MEET ON THURSDAYThe Wednesday at 3:45.
Mrs H. V. Briant, of Atlanta, Ga., t
has arrived to _spend the winter, "The Magi, however, followed
-with her daughter Mrs. O. ,A. ; Woman's Association of the confidently the star which they had, Fort M'e Fla.
''Jones and Mr. Jones. I 'Clewiston Community Church will and they were given more light as 5,.
have its regular monthly meeting at '
they went :
along. He
i who is faith-
the church, ,3:00-p..m.'Jnnuar J1., .r 000 First Street ,
ful in his use of the dimmest' I --
'' Mr. and Mrs. G.:, V.: Cobb and light '; ,.'
will .. ._ --
find the light I .
brightened. I --- --------'
daughter, Jackie have returned l'AUKEH'ILSOX LEAVES
holidays -- -
Orlando where the Christmas -
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were spent with relatives. j I Parker T. Wilson left Wednesday

for Pahokee where he has accepted -
Mr. and Mrs. Keene Langhorn entertained -
temporary employment with Bolton
their friends with open Pharmacy. ,

house at their home, on New Year's Parker has been a resident of 'j' ,

afternoon. ; Clewiston for a number of year '

while serving as pharmacist at Al /Jii.:: :; -:- .' :; .
;?1 Mr. and Mrs. 11.V.. Bigg Miss ston's Drug Store which was re- ., ; ,;, : > ,

Bertha Gram of Moore Haven andC. cently sold and a host of friends will : '
V. Parkinson attended the Orange.. ,;;, < )
regret to see him leave at this time. if: rwo'ARMY "
Bowl game in :Miami Monday. : OFFICERS

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'' Mr. and Mrs. Bill Blount Miss Public Library ".',,, ,}..,...... ,:;" ,-I, .
Elizabeth Miss Marcia Avant ". .[. : ;,:5' RETURN
Suggs, ....,. I'" ': .
Receives New '
Books J' ,
,; and Frank Cospent the week-end ,, ;':::;' .
' 'r-v. on: a fishing trip at Fort Myers. ''''
'' Mrs. olnSrman "; ,
Mrs G. E. Etherton and Glenda Ethel I ott of the ,I ",. .
+ Sue left Tuesday for :Miami where Clewiston: Public) Library, has an- ," .
Glenda Sue will receive medical nounced that the following additions '
examination and treatment have been made in the library; ; : Army Officers from Palm Beach County have

1 Fiction-Adult" .>," ,'" returned from months of over seas duty one in the .
: Miss Connie Smith of Belle Glade ,Earth and High Heaven, by: ."
w'tr,;: and a student at Florida State College Gwethalyn Graham. r.:.," South Pacific and the other in Africa, Sicily, Italy "J '1

' r ''the week-end for Women guest,' Tallahassee of Miss Letha was Those Self. Smith Kids by. MargaretC. ,a {l. : England and France '. both released with honorable '.<. ,

Stacy at Lake Harbor. ,I The Green Years. by A. J. Cronin. ...:. ;' discharge. '

Tragic. Ground, by Erskine Caldwell <,,, f

Mrs. James A. Anderson and : The this is that the time : t
daughters Helen and Mary, have returned Immortal, Wife bv Irving Stone. I : J point to story as approached

to Staten Island New York, Hard Facts by Howard Spring.. <: i "', for these men to wear civilian clothes they made a"B" .
S after spending the Christmas| holi- Crying at the Lock by, Adeline :-
,:, days here with Mr. Anderson. Rumsey. :. : line for Anthony's Men's Shop. We fitted them, ar

-- --- 'I High Time, by 1\1ary'Lrlsswell (au- ..;:: r:'t out from head to foot. They are now happily back' : '
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schroeder and thor of Suds in Your Eye) I
son accompanied by Miss Miriam The Road is Before Us, by Agnes :1, L on their old jobs. It was a genuine pleasure to see ',-

r's. ; Adkins and Milton Adkins of Moore Boulton. I r the enthusiasm these men found in shopping 'Anthony :. ;;' ,

Haven were in Miami for the Orange Unto the Night, hv Philip Wylie ''j. >: .,

Bowl game New Year's Day. j J, Young'un, by, Herbert Best. I :::; s. : -

-- :' "WesternHorsethief ,', ,'.,

'? Spring. Miss, Frances Md., is the Clements guest J of of friends Silver Creek by Bliss Loroax.Rockv ':f "'!'; We have a fond hope of meriting the business of" "'
:Mountain! Ranger, by Wm '
a. here this week. She accompanied Marshall Rush. ,: your sons and my sons when they come back. :- -

Parker T., Wilson to the Orange NonFictionRidin' .
Bowl in Miami Monday. I : ;
game the Rainbow bv Rosemary May the boys of Palm Beach County who have gone',. .,.',,
I Taylor (author of Chicken EvrySunday. 's
w !\fl'. and Mrs. T. C. Musgrave Mr.. .) to the four corners of the earth come back to serve a,,:. '
3 and Mrs. E. E. Kelly Mr. and Mrs.D. n
Man in the Shower by Pete'l'Arno '
G. Alston, Mr. and Mrs. V. C. 'greater Palm Beach County. '
(Book of Cartoons.)
"' Woodward and Mrs Billie Crowe ,,
Thp Four Fears by Elhert D.
were among those attending the Thomas. .'
Orange Bowl game in 11iamilondav.. '.
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I Never Left Home, by Bob Hope. : '
Children's Books Make, Anthony's your headquarters, ;; -
ry Fir'' Mr. and Mis. C. W. Anderson, Mrv I -when < > -
11 Books of the Hardy Boys series I in town ; "
=A' and Mrs. D. S. Robinson, Mr. and ; ...
? ',,by F. W. Dixon. .. ,
H. L. Har- '
Mis. Vernon Dick, Capt. "
I 7 Books of the Bobbsoy Twins
lee of Moore Haven and Mrs Kate :
series by Laura Leo Hopp.
f M. Mills of Tampa were the dinner
I G Books of the Nancy Drew Mystery -
,. guests of Mr. and Mis. J. M. Fountain series, by Carolyn Je<>np. 1"-.1'

P Sunday evening. I. 5 Books of the Judy Boltou Mys- '
tery series. "
" '. attending the Tulsa-
, Among those I .at

Georgia, Tech football game at the .
Girl Scouts ''Visit
r ) Orange Bowl, Miami, on Monday J"

were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bolton and Osceola Groves .
Ben, Jr., Jay Moran, C. L. McLen-
Lanier,, I j 312 Clematis Street \Vest Palm Beachf
don, Mr. and Mis. W.. II. ----- "
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crochet, and!Mr. I I Girl Scouts of Troop 9. prcom-/
Martin. p anted by their leader Mrs. J. C.
and Mrs. W. N. l --- _. .
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t Practical Planners PlotNation's UDOR I My often lot reflect se.em.s most when :' .

W EA ON bitter (

Economic Future x Lire never cw\ beat l::;.

me. :
. Washington, D. C. Released by Western Newspaper Union. Urles" Z'rt quitter. "' "j

of Foreign Trade as Help Ah t
Map Expansion
: The name of the seventh full general DEBT REALLY MEANS I, 'j
cf the war will soon be sent to rob '
Meeting Goal of 60,000,000 Jobs :. the senate for confirmationLieut.Gen. Those who should know, and I be- -, I I.

i In Postwar Period. Mark Clark, commander of lieve do, tell us that by the time the '

Allied forces in Italy. war and its immediate aftermathare r-r. 1 1:

_- Clark has been 'considered the over and we get back to a peace %:

time basis, our national debt will
hard-luck general-through no faultof
i.i i.ir
ByBAUKHAGE amount to more than 300 billion dollars .
his own. The public doesn't real- I.\\

News Analyst and Commentator ize it,, but Clark has trained division The'interes on such a sum ;,
before the debt is liquidated will
after division in Italy, only to have
who had be not less than'another 200 billion. WNU Features. j:
WNU Service, Union Trust Building no responsibility the them transferred to other more ;

Washington, D. C. actual carrying out of the programs, pressing war theaters. Many of his A total to be paid of not less than

men who had no power whatever to 500 billion dollars.No v J 1
"Sixty million jobs! former troops bore the brunt of the,
make the decisions to one of us, including those who
batted necessary
That phrase has been landing in Normandy. He also
meet the actual conditions with think in large figures, can visual- CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
about hopefully, contemptuously, trained most of the men who landed
which faced.At ize such a sum. It
they were or comprehend
with the raised eyebrow of cynical along theFrench coast near Cannes
about the same time, a simi- is so large, 'so entirely incompre-
doubt, with the set jaw of desperate and Marseilles.It i!
lar group was meeting in England.It hensible, that it cannot apply to us.

determination. ideal had moved a little farther ahead, is no longer a military secret It cannot be our debt. But it is, and I '

People, may believe it is an perhaps because its members had that Clark and his U. S. troops are we and our progeny will pay it, SALESMAN WANTED : .
dream or feel that it is quite prac- now bearing the brunt of the Italianwar.
come to the point where they felt each in proportion to what he con-
ticable but the majority of expertswill The British have largely pulledout UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITYSalesman
that efficient planning, such as suc- sumes. In the end it is the consumers -
tell you unless it is achieved we of Italy for' the Balkans. Clark to represent Manufacturer's Na-
cessful business institutions carried who the taxes through which
pay tionally-known "Essential"
line. Full time
face the old cycle: inflation, depres- ) has few Poles Brazilians and
through, might be applied to publicaffairs a that debt will be liquidated.For or side line. Weekly drawing against liberal -
sion, war and pestilence.But some Indian troops, but the main commission. No Investment. Samples
as well. They called them- each one of the 134 million compact. Work small or large establlsh'edterritory. ;'
million jobs"has
the phrase 60 fighting is being done by Americans.The No experience our line required. ;
acquired a new meaning in the selves the "P E P" (political and of us-men, women and children Car necessary. Permanent. Replies confi-
economic planning). This full generals now on active American dential. Write SALES DEPT.. 2301 MacU-
was -who constitute the
Because of a group now .
last few weeks. Why? son Ave. (6) St. Louis. 110.SOAPSCLEANSERS ,
in ''the U. S.
made of British officials duty army are
up government it
plan that has been presented to people, means an average
people from the "City" (Lon- Generals Marshall, Eisenhower, each
achieve this goal. The men who have indebtedness of $3,765. For
don's Wall street) members of in- MacArthur, Stilwell, Arnold and E t
worked it out, and the things that '' family of five it means $18,825.
dustry, finance, the Bank of Eng- Malin Craig. The latter, having
have brought them together and The when born enters FREE SOAP! It :
been retired after serving as baby, upon .
welded their ideas into an effective land (which, you recall, is a private 12 bars 6c laundry soap Included FREE;: with
institution) and others. chief of staff, was recalled to life with a charge of $3,765 againstit. 24 pkgs.25c washing powder for SO postpaid.

implement, have caused some of the By virtue of a fortunate inter- active duty in the war depart- In the purchase of its diapersand General Products Co. (U-1). Albany. Ga. '

hard-headed experts, who are accus- the blankets with which to keep
national marriage the ideas of the ment, where he heads a person-
tomed to weigh such ideas on the the child there is includedin
American and British nel board.In warm, OLD STAMPS WANTED ;
scales of experience and either toss groups the that debt.A .
price, a payment on
mingled. And so, the American addition, two other full gen- I
them into the scrap heap or hold portion of the price paid repre- STAMPS. Old collections or envelopes., t
came to the conclusion first erals are on the retired list,
of to call group : 19th century preferred. Highest prices now.
them worthy use
as ,
up sented the and the
taxes producer Write LANGWORTHY, 1153 Beaconsfield.
that planning must be done by for- John J. Pershing and Peyton C.
this plan good. merchants had of necessity; passed Not a dealer. Grosse Pointe 30,, Michigan.
is contained in little ward-looking, rather than histori- March, the latter chief of staffin
The "plan" a :
along to the consumer. t
cally-minded including the last war-both, incidentally -
Pam- per- :
red-bound booklet issued as
Throughout its lifetime that child
National sons who actually had to make the bitter personal enemies. SALESMEN'WANTED
phlets Nos. 37-38 of the
will continue to make payments on
Planning association and called decisions to carry out the plans. With Clark, this will make a totalof that national debt. Anything it MAKE UP TO $-.0 DAILY. No saturation ;

"America's New Opportunities in Second, that since (as the previous seven full generals on active duty, may point to reading demand. Give away giant ,
purchase, or that may be purchasedfor sized Dictionaries. Atlases. Cook Books .:
World Trade." And let me hastento years had shown) even the well- plus two retired full generals.It it will of the etc., with Famous Weekly Magazine or r,
planned industrial and governmentalefforts carry as a part others. Combination deals from $5.95 to ,.,::
say right here that this organization is interesting to note that, priorto price a contribution to the taxes out $11.90.. Work any time anywhere experience E. "
is not to be confused with an- fall when the "unplanned" efforts 1930, there had been only six oth- unnecessary. Write Readers Service '.
of which that debt will be paid.
down Bureau 542B S. Dearborn Chicago 5 ;
other New Deal group of a similar go as they did in the er full generals in all the ,history of That will be true of food, of clothing, 1i 1-

name which congress in its wis- depression the it might be wise to car- the United States. George Wash- of fuel, shelter and any luxuries it !i

dom, or otherwise, has weighed in field.ry planning into the national ington, for instance, never be- may enjoy. When that child has Seas Named During War

the balance and found wanting.The By 1934 the National came a full ,,general, even though reached its alloted years and passes :\

National Planning association Planning as- congress made it possible for him away, the price of the casket in

about which I am writing is a non- sociation had been organized, had to do so. Other full generals have which it is buried will include a final The list of the world's 50-odd

governmental, non-partisan associ- received the backing of a number of been Ulysses S. Grant, William T. contribution. seas has been increased by three ::

ation of businessmen and scholars, foundations, individual contributionsand Sherman Philip H. Sheridan, all of new names, born of war necessity -
memberships and was able to the Civil When the child marries and : The Solomon sea the Philip.. .
labor leaders, farmers, bankers and war armies, plus World };
issue its first report'' in December of establishes a family, that fami- pine sea and the Bismarck
i manufacturers-all, insofar as this war leaders Tasker H. Bliss, CharlesP. sea.
that year setting forth its principles. ly, unto the third, fourth or J.
task is concerned, at once selfless : Summerall and John L. Hines.

workers in the vineyard of the pub- Other reports followed. NOTE Considerable debate more generations, will start

lic good, and husbandmen who Birth of a 'has been going on in top mili- with an unseen mortgage on fi
which it will continue to
pay How To RelieveBronchitis
realize their neighbor's prosperity is
Big Idea tary circles over what assign- with every purchase that is

likewise their own. Just when the "60 million jobs"idea ment Gen. "Vinegar Joe" Stil- made, a ,portion of the price of
There are three reasons why the well should get when he finisheshis :
was born, I do not know. Cer- each being ,taxes.Incomprehensible.
plan for creating jobs worked out
tainly it was before anyone had hit California vacation. It was f
by this organization, has made an that planned to put Stilwell in com- as such a sum
particular which
impression on Washington and else-. upon indeed, must be considered figure ratheras mand of a specially trained may be, and is, that 500 billion dollars Creomulsion relieves promptly because !

where: army to land on,the China coast. does concern each and all of it goes right to the seat of the r
a symbol than exact estimateof
First, it has been examined and an However, some propose keeping us. When broken down to the indi- trouble to help loosen and expel
tomorrow's needs. But there was germ laden phlegm, and aid nature _
praised by certain media of public vidual and the under- ;
him in the war department to family we can '
one statement made at a meetingin to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed -
thought which can hardly be described 1940 which to replace Lieut. Gen. Ben Lear as stand it. We can visualize the pay- bronchial mucous mem- (,;
to have
seems me
as champions of the impractical been the inspiration for the commander of ground forces. ing, and paying, and paying through branes. Tell your druggist to sell you !:
the Utopian or the unAmericanthe present several generations. We of this gen- a bottle of Creomulslon with the un-

New York Times the New report.It all of it. Muchof derstanding you must like the way It
STALIN AND DE GAULLEIt eration will not pay
was Donald Nelson who spoke quickly allays the cough or you are ito :-
York Herald Tribune, and Business it must be faced by our children .
and the gist of what he said was can now be revealed that one have your money back.CREOMULSION /
Week mention only three. and our children's children, genera-
this: of the foremost questions on the
Second, because of the men who tions yet unborn. It is a legacy ol ,:
agenda of the Stalin de Gaulle
"In order to get full productionfor con-
authored or sponsored it-all lead- the war effort we must conquer ferences in Moscow was the vital ,debt they will inherit from us. for Coughs,Chest Colds,Bronchitis In
ers in their respective fields of Under such conditions our inter-
certain future fears. Labor must problem of "what to do with Ger- : f.3
American enterprise. after the Both Stalin est in economy in government is ;
be war.
cured of the fear that this tremendous many
Third, because of the way the and de Gaulle for hard fully warranted. Every unnecessary ?
production effort will bringa are a peace, f ffOI
organization which brought these alone Zl/IutSuflI/l
reaction and that war workers will want to see Germany's war-making dollar that is spent means

men together came into being. be working themselves out of a job powers destroyed completely.One more for us to pay, a higher price MIIOI KDEI in PIllS ir

Now let me give you the gist of for the things we buy, but it means RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO 1
later. taken to ,
the Capital must be cured of the significant proposal L, ,
plan. for those who
fear that it will bring inflation ,and Moscow by de Gaulle calls for the passing along more

Must Boost Imports, depression which mean that they are use of German industry after the follow us to pay. !
will and must MSN E|US
Foreign InvestmentsA working ,themselves out of their in- war for the rehabilitation of all The consumer pay, 5 :....
pay, if production and distributionare Gys,r'ff ;
vestments and profit. wrecked French and Russian factories i:
10 billion dollar trade budget to continue. Taxes are a partof ,
Whether this caused the board of railroads, shipping. Also he +* *- ** -- "-
I calling for increased imports and in- the cost of production and distri- REMEDY
of German mines to
trustees the NPA to call upon proposes using
creased foreign investments. That bution, and taxes are a part of the 11
its committee on international policyto replenish.Soviet and French stocksof
sounds pretty unorthodox to start for what we buy. Any
price we pay .
set their heads to writing a raw materials depleted by war. s
with. There would be tariff 'reduc- pre- policy of "soaking" industry and Large Bottleli.IHI miwi122Small] Size 60c !'3
scription for full employment, I do On this Stalin was in complete *CIBTIOX: ISE OILY as IIUCTEI ,
tions to increase the imports on the not know. But it might seem to have agreement. distribution is but taking the tax H Ul (000 DatlS SWtJ Of(T Hill n letup!il I price t

theory that only thus will foreign caused constructive thinking in that NOTE Stalin strengthened money out of the consumer's pocket. MclEll DRDC CO.. tic. JKISOIIILIE 4. flflllU ll!'
countries be able to get the moneyto Such are truly the hidden ''taxes

buy our goods. direction. Russian influence in France by with which that 500 billion dollar 'f
These are some of the men in-. his invitation to de Gaulle. WNU-7 52-44
There would be steps taken to debt will be paid. ,
volved: French believe thereis
make foreign capital investments diplomats *
William Batt, one of America's now less chance of Britain f
secure order to tuild them up. f
leading industrialists and a memberof Western bloc in Eu-
forming a
There would be a'n internationalbank OR BLACK INK? 11
the War Production board.headsthe rope composed of Britain,
for reconstruction and development
NPA's board of trustees. The' France, Belgium, Holland, Nor-
; there would be long-time chairman of the committee of the way and Denmark-a bloc which NEEDED to pay interest on the pub-

foreign trade agreements'coordi- NPA which prepared the report is the Kremlin looks upon with sus lic debt and the peacetime operat-

nated with long-time investment Stacy May, economic advisor to the picion. ing expenses of the government is

programs. McGraw-Hill publishing company. approximately fixed. These expensesare I,

Now, in order to understand why There are 21 others who composethe MERRY-GO-ROUND paid by taxes. The rate of fed-

such an unorthodox. program finds committee which drew up the re eral taxation has varied with the i i1 ,
such ready acceptance in a hardbitten C. When announcement was made in amount of the national income.
port. They are mem-
world fed up with Utopian plan- the senate that President Roosevelt, the rate Ii
bers of industry, labor, agriculture, When that amount is high \1
ning, let me take back to the had nominated world-renowned poet ;
you finance, public affairs, professionallife. to produce needed revenue can be
I Librarian of Archi-
genesis of the organization from and Congress low. We have been assured of low-

which this plan emerged.We (Copies of the plan "America'sNew bald MacLeish to be assistant secre- er tax rates. To insure that resultwe i

find ourselves in .the comfortable tary of state, one wit cracked:
Opportunities in World Trade, must have full employment at
but somewhat gloomy Nos. 37-38 be ob- "From now on, all treaties negoti- with higher prices for w
Pamphlets can high wages,
quarters of the old City club in New tained for 50 cents by writing the ated by the state department" be products. These things will producean Give good tasting tonic '

York where met a group of men, National Planning association, 800 written in iambic pentameter. increase in the national income. doctors recommendValuable

most of them engineers, some economists 21st street, Washington, D. C.) C Winter difficulties in shipping sup- For the year 1939 the national income many

others interested as membersof plies to Russia through the Arcticsea was approximately 80 billion Scott's Emulsion hells children

that club, who had become tiredof RATS! They say that rodents de-' combined with the establish- dollars. To insure a government in- promote proper growth, strong bones,

the type of "research" which was sert a sinking ship.If ment of Allied control of the entire come, following the war, sufficient to sound teeth! Contains natural A & D

largely a collection of ancient his- that is the case Washington is Mediterranean area, are resultingin meet interest payments and operat- Vitamins-elements aH chfldrel need. So

tory and which looked backward in- assured a safe voyage' for we havein Allied pressure 'upon Turkey to ing costs from a lowered tax rate, Mother-give Scott's daily the
stead of forward. the capital than share. the Dardanelles. This would
more our open we must have a national income of 'round. all t
These men saw the weakness in And the White House has'its quota, permit shipment of supplies to Rus- approximately 160 billion dollars. Buy druggists

the kind ,of "report" frequentlyasked too, although the situation there has sia's Black Sea ports, and mean the That is an even greater income than ,

for and submitted to great been ameliorated since the days saving of thousands of miles of water we have had in the war years. If P

corporations and other institutionsby when Theodore Roosevelt hired a and overland travel from the we lower the rate, as promised, and

high-paid and well-informed ex- special rat charmer to run out the Persian gulf up through Iran and do not make the income grade government

perts, but written entirely by men vermin with trained ferrets. Southern Russia. l will continue to be in the 1

red. .




0GPANTL Gems of Thought

/ TN EACH forward step man is
A not merely changing himself

'J {ti :, : into something he wishes to be,

LL'INUtI'c Y but is discovering what he real-

c ly is, and is destined to be.-

ARl ND Mazzini.

l CE Were half the power that fills the
world with terror, ,
Fingersnap in the Face: Were half the wealth bestowedon

In the Stork Club actress Joy A FEW days ago I ran into Lou camps and courts,

Hodges was irked when a deb (from JlMM.0. Nova, and the point came up Given to redeem the human
concerning the best of the mind from error,
the neck up) bothered a fellow at college
' athletes who tried out the boxing There were no need of arsenalsor
! their table for a dance. "Oh, said pro forts.
e'i game, and what rank they held. No- -Longfellow.Life .
Hodges, "go ahead and dance with % ; :2A.a
the dolly with the hole in the head!1" va, a graduate of California Tech, can only be understood
also one of its best athletes, has at backwards; but it must be lived
Rufus Le Maire, the 20th CenturyFox $; least done about as well as any oth- forwards.-Soren Kierkegaard.Music .

exec, is liked in Hollywood be- er ex-collegian. He has been good is the only language in

cause he can be kidded about his %;%y '' .r nyR enough to get a which you cannot say a mean or

funny face and laugh, too. o s FA: z .. h'a fight with Joe sarcastic thing.-John Erskine.
'f v n. '
: ( qrG Louis and also
Rufe himself tells of the time in ;

the Brown Derby when he an- ;,(3'a r/.;\k,J.a(, : %f%1': i e:' ;3 / good enough to
::c: $ir 'a 4 beat Max Baer
nounced: "I'm going to New York" twice. He was also Blended Colors in
tomorrow for some new faces. .
:-s expert enoughto
"Be sure," heckled Wilson Miz- .J /k dr x to beat Tommy Knitted Rag Rug
: >
ner, "and bring, one back for your. .N.:: !'f!: .!':.ifiU6".n...:ar.xG..., ',&:.: ? Farr.

self!" Q. g i. .. ; :,'f 'y.ri yr' 'iaarrl d .a x 2'. Y Nova is now I F YOU want to make a really
Jn. 'Y,
: .x 15PIJ
'. y. under the canny effective rug from odds and
'\G, It was at a veddy swank poddy.A guidance of Jim- ends of fabric-and do it quickly,

veddy indignant ,woman approached my Johnston, a this knitted rug is the answer. You

a distinguished lookingman Lou Nova fight manager cut or tear the material in strips

and panted: "I've never beanso who knows his about 'hree-quarters of an inch

insulted in all my life! That hod- trade and who at the age of 69 at wide, turn in the raw edges and

dible person over there. 'Just calledme least knows most of the answers. then knit straight strips with nee-

a floozy!" "I've won my last 18 fights," Nova .

The old chap (a colonel) pattedher said. "I know I am a better fighter 5 4 1 5TRP] 76"LANG

shoulder gently. "I wouldn't," today than I ever was before, whether 3

he comforted, "take that so seri- you call that good or not. Just at

ously if I were you, my dear. Lookat the moment I have a broken hand,

me. I've been out of the Army Chowder Comes to the Dinner Table! but that won't keep me away from

.p' for ten years-and they still call me'. (See Recipes Below) the ring long. I still hope to work

a colonel!" my way to a spot where I can geta

Soup SuggestionsThere's crack at either Joe Louis or Billy CROCHE

When a detachment of Wrens recently Lynn Chambers'PointSaving Conn. And to reach that spot I am EDGES_ SEW

took over an old building ina a lively interest in soup Menu more than willing to meet anyone {ARRANGE EVENLY ? i II

small English town they tackedup these days, and rightly so, for a who '''might be in the road." WTNSAFEIYPINS 1] GREEN 'r'' '' I It

the conventional sign: "Admiral- .. IQ soup that's rich Vegetable Chowder Few collegians or excollegianshave 2 TAN '- t_

ty-No Admittance!" enough can take Buttered Rye Toast made good heavyweight fighters. 3 DARK ROSE --

Beneath which a clown scribbled: the place of a Jellied Grapefruit Salad From John L. Sullivan, JamesJ. 4 5 BROWN MEDIUM BLUE

: "Wrens Nesting." l meat dish at a Fudge Pudding Corbett, and Jim Jeffries on '

meal and still sat- Beverage .
1" through to Joe Louis there has beenno dies three-eighths inch in diame- '

At Gilmore's they were gabbing 1' isfy even appe- *Recipe given. campus competitor who ever won ter. These
are sewn around a cen-
I ) About an international socialite (now tites made keenestby the title. The champions came up ter oval.

1 in her 80s) who for many years garnered blustery win- skillet. Add onion harder ways, over rougher roads. i The colors are important of
''i. reams of publicity by claim- ter weather. Monte Munn the big Nebraska
.. is
course and it essential that the
and 5 min-
ing to have retained her "joie de Soups are good for filling in that fry football player, was among the bestof I knitted be
tr strips 'eased in with
several before the main dish is utes. Add potatoes -
vivre" by standing on her head gap the collegians. So was Steve Ha-
the table to satisfy' the hungry.If clam liquid evenly distributed fullness. The
minutes of Penn State first-class
daily. mas a fighter
trick is
and enough water -' in pinning them in place
;, "Tell me said Les Brown to an they are substantial enough, thatis I but not a great one.
to Cook first as shown in'the diagram. If
,., ,if they are creamed soups, or cover. I've Al Lassman
"does always thought ,
intimate of the old darling,
and until nearly ten- you do not have the colors indicated -
her the thicker type of vegetable NYU's star tackle could have won
she still practice standing on
remember that it is
der then add butter always
meat combinations, no main dishis -
the title with a chance. Lassmanwas
head? : milk and seasoning. When po- worth while to dye the rags so
required. And, if there are any probably the best college boxerof
"Heck, no!" was the retort. "She dieting members in the family, there tatoes are done and milk is very hot, only boxer that they blend harmoniously.:
any year-not a, good ,
has all she can do just to stand on are enough of the lighter types of add clams and cook for 3 minutes. but also a terrific puncher. Few in *
NOTE-ThIs rug is from BOOK 4 which
her feet!
soups which not only satisfy, but are Vegetable Chowder. heavyweight college ranks could Also] gives the complete knitting directionsfor

low in caloric value., (Serves 6)) stay a round with him. He was fast, the center oval and the strips. Directions -

r''" If happened over-'at Columbia' stu- First,. there are the substantial ,,- 1A' cup butter game and a fighter who could takeit. for_more than32 things to make: _for
we're-film onionspeeled your homes and for gifts and bazaars are
dios the other day": They medium and
lentil which have But his ended late
soups much. nour- boxing career Included in this book. Copies are 15 cents
ing a big mob scene having to do chopped
ishment: one afternoon in Pittsburgh where each. Send your order to:
with Britain. An ass't waved some Bean Soup. 2 slices green pepper, choppedfine NYU was playing Carnegie Tech.

of them away. "That goes for you, 1/ pounds pork shoulder or ham Lassman was carried from the field MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS

too!" he barked at a man watch- 2 tablespoons onion, chopped 2% cups green beans with a blood clot on the brain. Al Bedford Hills New York
ing it all."Why 3 medium carrots, scraped and Drawer 10
1 pound navy beans was 6 feet 3, weight 212 pounds.
\ me?" he queried. 1 teaspoon salt sliced thin Enclose 15 cents for Book No. 4.
;.' "Because," said the ass't, "you 5 medium potatoes, peeled and The Big Mystery
f-; don't look British enough!" Vz teaspoon white pepper cubed Name......................'...........
: ; Soak the beans in water Gene Tunney has been expecting
'i "I don't have to look British!" over- 3 cups boiling water make the Address...............................
sight. In the morning, parboil some college athlete to
replied the boss of the studio. "I'm 4 cups milk
them. Cover the meat with water grade for a long time. But Geneis
Harry Cohn! 3 teaspoons'salt
then add beans, onions; salt still waiting. I asked Jack Demp-
Black to suit taste
and Cook 2 3 hours. why this was some years ago.
% to ,
pepper. sey HOW TO "KNOW" ASPIRINJust
( Overheard: "He's in Washington 6 ounces (!/a cup) grated American -
Serve with dumplings, if desired. cheese "Maybe they are too smart," Jack be sure to ask for St. Joseph

>".".,' -flying a desk! Yellow Split ,Pea Soup. Seasoning salt said, "to take that much of a beat- Aspirin. There's none faster, none
stronger.Why more?World's largest
3 pounds smoked brisket of beefor Melt butter in soup kettle. Add ing. I can recall more than once seller at 10 Demand pay St.Joseph Aspirin.

Broadway Ballad: scraps of dried beef, sausageor onions and green pepper and sim- in my earlier days when I was on

: :: So we were happy for a little while ham bone mer 2 to 3 minutes in boiling water. the floor and didn't want to get up.

And found the town a gay, exciting 2 cups yellow split peas Wash beans and slice thin. Pre- But I had to eat and I wanted a AT FIRST
i:- place, to I needed that extra
3 quarts cold water carrots and potatoes. Add place sleep.

But And happiness magic, leaves of course a ,fresh goes,out enchanted of style \\ cup celery, diced beans pare and boiling water to butter dollar or two.' I had to get up and SIGNOFAO"USE666

[ ',,' 1 small onion, cut fine- keep going.
11.':; face; and onion mixture, and cook uncov-
xt,., And now the nights are portents of dismay 2 tablespoons butter, or substitute ered for 15 minutes, or until all vege- "Few college men are ever put on

.f...r;:, And inns have lost their color vnd their 1 teaspoon sugar ,.. tables are tender. By this time mostof that spot. The road from the startto
'," lure 2 teaspoons salt the water will have evaporated.Add the top of the heavyweight divi-

And we who had so many things to say. 1A teaspoon white pepper milk to the chowder, stirring sion is the roughest in sport. And I Cold Preparations aa directed _

Are silent children, sullen and unsure. 2 tablespoons flour carefully; heat just to boiling. Add don't care what the game is."Don't .
there have been a
Pick over and wash Soak salt, and grated cheese. forget
peas. pepper
So goes it and our lesson must be lot of good amateur college fighters
; learned them in cold water overnight, then Remove immediately from fire and
didn't about turning
That rapture fades and mockery is drain and place in a saucepot with stir until cheese is melted. Serve who care pro.
tried out
And of those who
cold meat. Add cold water and let sim- piping hot with a sprinkling of sea- many Ill
That life holds many bridges to be burned mer gently for about 4 hours. Add soning salt on each serving. the pro game started too late. AlsoI \ .

And fiddlers ask their pay in purest celery during last part of cooking. Unusual soups are good to have don't think people realize the great

gold Remove meat when tender. Skim in ,any cook's repertoire should you number who have tried and failed.We've .'feio.
had like heavy-
fat off the top of the soup. Heat 2 want to do something different for something .
And those who play at love must be,aware weight champions from Sullivan to }
That paths are rough-and brambles tablespoons of, butter in frying pan, the company or family'occasionally, 14 in 50 But Louis-just over years. :
scratch and tear! add the onions and brown. Blend in Chicken Meringue Soup.
'been thousandswho
ri -Don Wahn. flour and gradually add soup, stir- (Serves 6)) there many '
tried to there and couldn'tmake
ring constantly. Season to taste and 1 quart chicken stock get ( f1f'
it. Some could punchandyet
i'' with smoked meat 1 carrot sliced
Midtown Vignette: They would serve adding not be able to take a punch.
have you believe it actually happened croutons. 3 onion slices Others could take a punch-but

r to Earl Benham, who tailors Clam Chowder. 1 sprig parsley Most of them newer
couldn't Are
punch. Low Moods Often
1 quart clams 2 tablespoons quick-cooking tapioca
the dandies about town. Early too
had chance. They were
4 potatoes diced 2 hot milk a Related To Constipation .
;' himself is his best ad-always immaculately cups cups wouldn't train."
Lucius-Beebe'd The 2 inch square fat, salt pork 2 beaten egg yolks I asked or they Jim Braddock what he Yes, depressed states and constipation -

other day he was lazying in his limousine 1 onion, diced % cup cream fea- often go together!Take Nature's
the most important
waiting: for a friend in frontof 1 teaspoon salts V teaspoon salt Remedy (NR Tablets). Contains no
in the
ture fight game. chemicals,nomineralsriophenolde-
teaspoon 2 whites
his elegant apartment house. A pepper egg "
"There are three things, rivatives.NR Tablets are differentact -
huge, plump, costly cigar in his 4 teaspoons butter Heat chicken stock and vegetablesfor dock said.. "You've got to be able different. Purely vegetable-a '

: teeth and his jewelry flashing in the 4 cups milk 15._minutes__ _- ; strain and add tapioca to punch, to take a punch and. to combination of 10 vegetable ingredi- .
: sun. Looking at him (as though 8 soda crackers, rolled = :'i.T ; place over know something about boxing. Cer- eats formulated over 50 years ago.
transfixed) was a has-been in tat- Pick over clams,' drain and cut \ hot water and Uncoated or candy coated, their action
1 if can't take a good
ters. Benham kept puffing on pork in small pieces. Fry out in cook until tapiocais tainly punch you you won't have a chance. gentle is, *RS dependable millions, of thorough NR's ,have yet

his seegar, trying not to notice the ', : transparent. I've seen many a good-looking pros- proved. Get a 25ji Convincer Box.
'. fellow, who kept looking and look- '- Add milk, then pect fade out on that account. Caution: Take only as directed.

ing and looking at him. Finally Lynn Says: i egg yolks combined "Good boxers such as Corbett, NR JONIGHTTOMORROW ALRIGHT

: :; he caught Earl's eye and quipped' 4,5 with cream. Tunney and Conn don't have to take VEGETABLE lAXATIVEF
;''i "Are you happy?" Soups for Meals: If there is any '; k Cook stirring con- many beatings. But there are onlya

water left after vegetables are stantly until thickened. Add salt to few close to such boxers as these.
cooked, this should be saved egg whites and beat until stiff. Serve
The Late Watch: Ingrid Hallen
"Joe Louis has been a great
in individual dishes topped with
and used for soup stock. A few soup
named managing editor for the
new Joe
for several reasons.
mag, This Month (due soon), and extra vegetables may be added egg white sprinkled with paprika or could champ punch with either hand and he FRTABLtT5PRONE !
to give stronger flavor. chopped parsley.
Curt Riess the authorcorrespondent
When milk is added to soups, Get the most from your meat! Get yoU could and can box. They say
divorced. He
were just soon take punch aroundthe SUGGESTION
it's richness and nutritive valueis meat roasting chart from Miss Lynn Cham a WORD
goes overseas again. She just signed bers by writing to her in care of WesternNewspaper head. Well, while he went down INDIGESTION-
him up for articles! The soda- increased. Union, 210 South Desplainei several times for a short count, he FOR ACID

jerker in the drug store at 55th and Serve big helpings .of salad Street, Chicago 6, Ill. Please send i always got up again:-all but once in
" 6th ,Avenue is when soup is the main dish and stamped self-addressed envelope for
an exmiddleweightchamp yow the Schmeling fight. The first one.
from Calif. have a really nutritious meal. reply.Released. "
made for that. .
1 I by Western Newspaper Union. up



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Y., JAYTTAnv_. KCLEWISTO.Y 1.., ..r
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COMMUNITY! I Housewives Urged I Sugar Stamp No. 34, which became -I 1 i throughout the heating year. In I ST. MARGARET'S 1i\
CHURCH god on November 16. Another CHURCHFr
"rho Midwest and South, period ;
.IXzvid C., Hfttcock.Ih ster To Destroy Stamps I sugar stamp will become ,good II I coupons, are now valid. I I Poter J. Rcilly, Pastor Ii

on February 1, 1945. .
SUNDAY-, JAN- 7, 1945 That Are No 'Good Expiration dates have not been throughout Period 1 coupons the heating. continue year. valid It Mass Pahokee: Clewiston 9:6o: a. m.. '.' '

set for the stamps that still remain 11:00 a. m. 11"
Sunday School, 9:45; a. m., Dr. C. I I. ''fiX
3)3.) Gericke, superintendent. Classes Housewives are urged 'to destroy: I I good. i ii Airplane stamps No. 1, 2 'and 3 5n 7

:for all ages.Morning all food ration stamps that' have I i Book Three continue I valid indefini .. '.,:'

I Worship, 11:00 a. in. been declared invalid, the Office of;;I R.ATION'ING i, tely.' FOR SALE r
/ for Price Administration said today.; I ,- 1
Communion Sunday. A nursery
theiAothers' Use of these stamps by. CALENDARSUGAR CATTLE SHOW TO HE HELD Hooker's Point House '''r(
small children is by consumerS'j'i f
as well as acceptance AT OCALE FEB.l TO 3 j ft..;
; Club at the Community I i '
Center retailers, is a violation of rationing I and 3 Lots (-'

*The New Covenant" is the theme regulations, OPA said. j I Sugar stamp No. 31 remains valid i KISSIMMEE, Jan. 4-(FNS) '-i| L. I
Ot the minister's Communion medi- At the same time, OPA explained for five pounds of sugar. All other:! I I Plans for the forthcoming show and J' Thompson i h .!i

tation. that red ration tokens continue I coupons outstanding have been cancelled i sale 'of registered Brahman cattle, :' :
good and housewives may use them Another sugar stamp good '' '
Westminster Fellowship meeting for buying meats, fats. Grocers,,i for five pounds will be validatedFebruary 'to be held at Ocala, Feb. 1, 2 and 3, \ J;
"Freedom and Predestination"
6:00 p, m.
will continue to give them to house-' 1, 1945. I I were crystalized here this week with
will be the subject for Johnson's Fish
Study and 'discussion wives as change for the. red 10-point- MEATS, FATtfRed ]I the announcement. that A.. C. Mme! Camp I li!:: a

You are cordially invited to wor- stamps. i I i stamps Q5, R5 and S5, good I Nurlen, Umatilla, would be the auctioneer I (Near Hurricane Gate) t I\ h''
Clue; ration tokens, however, have] for ten points each, continue valid. Clowiston, Fla. ''.
ship with .
us. : Frank Scofield, Austin :
not been good since October. and. Five now red stamps will be validated I Boats and Motors-Guide Service r!:
therefore, cannot be used for can- on Sunday, December 31. New ,Texas, the'show judge, and. that some 1 Rates Reasonable j' ': ,1
With Our Boys- ned fruits and vegetables. They are point values for meat will become I.I fifty registered animals were being j I W. II. Johnson Mcr.. 'r
no longer needed as'change for the : effective on December 31, when' catalogued for the sale. I II I I IO

-__ r 10-point blue ration stamps used fort I many cuts of meat will be returned :I,!I .. !__ ___ __.___ __ ___ r Ir'fit"
(Continued from Page 4)33nd processed foods because point values I to the rationing. Increased point !

ready on the morning of .July for these items are set in multiple !I value for butter was effective December :ii'ii'B )

,25, 1944. After the Nazi position of ten. i 26. )' PeNr

west of St. Lo had been dealt one of Ration stamps which were invalidated I PROCESSED FRUITS AND I !,
the heaviest bombardments in his- :.
as of 12:01 a. m., Tues VEGETABLES ,
I .
tory by American planes, the Divis- day, December 26, 1944, and which I Blue stamps X5, Y5, .Z5, A2 'and ;$ ; i REDOUBLE the $t ', ,
"Jcm cracked forward and breachedthe arc not good for consumer use are. |1 B2 continue'to be valid. On January I i r NEWS ; :

German line. Red Stamps-A8 through Z8 and 1, five new blue stamps. will i Kr 'S tis i., ; Qoot1 i ance of your car by :
rThey surged into battle with A5 through P5. be validated. Five. canned vege- t I d

doughboys astride. tanks and with Blue Stamps-AS through Z8 and I tables have been added to the :; j us give It a -

special equipment to break through ration list.Changes. l
A5 through W5. overhauling or tune up ;.

Jiedgerows.column Sugar Stamps-30, 31, 32, 33 and I in point values for processed I
sliced St.
One through 40, along with all home canning '! vegetables were effective at
Gilles, seized and passed through 'I' 12:01 A. M., December 26. Changesin
blaming: 'Canisy, went on to Le Mes- coupons outstanding. point values of all other pro- HENDRY f it"i': :
Stamps continuing to be good and
nil Herman and thrust down 'to those. soon to be made good are: I I cessed foods are effective at 12: 011 j : ;:
'Tessy sur Vire before pausing.I A. M. I
I Sunday, December 31. COUNTY ;
Red Stamps-Q5, R5 and S5,1 :: : .'
was with this spearheading force 1
which became good December 3. In I GASOLINEA14 !
and saw it erect its mobile wall of I" ;
steel 'to protect the American left addition, five more red stamps, T5,1 coupons, good for four gallons MOTORS :

flank.. It pushed through regard- U5, V5, W5 and X5-will become each, are valid through March ., 4 : !
good on Sunday, December 31. 21, 1945. "B-4, "C-4" and "4th 7
less of casualties and met and yebuffed 3 : : :
: :
Blue' Stamps-X5, Y5, Z5, A2 and qtr. T" coupons expire December ti t CLEWISTON,
Nazi tanksas I ,
numerous trapped I
well as engaging the battered B2. In addition, five more. blue 31, 1944. I : '

Second Panzer Division, brought stamps-C2, D2, E2, F2 and G2, FUEL OIL I 'That redoubled grand-slam Mrs.Tittle made is :

hurriedly over from the British will become good on Monday, Jan- I Period 2 coupons, good for 101 j I thanTrukleberg'sAd. Cut out the Ad to make room for

:trout. uary .1. gallons per unit, continue valid !I ,

Some of these men I talked to and .. ... ...-----..-.. .- .. .-------- .

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now-one fine 'young Captain I Y.,,....L.,:1.:.'.;_''.,_LL'l'aiJ..:.!..:.J'::. ., ..,,....-.J..L.: artr..r.-. ,:: :: r.:.:.. ,.:.....Jr!. ; .r.L..,_I. Tna.::,:.1..:.rar.ancr.:1._... .L.,...,..t....1...,.:.,,ys.r-i':::I'L;, ._.._.. '::" 1 ;; ., :
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knew was killed in a duel to 'the ......_..,...J., v i,_.,....LJiLE:..i.Jr;': r..l.::;:::;::;:I.c.sae::::::::::! .. .J..JLJ..J.:.rzr n.J:::::.i.!.:1:..:k.::_::.1:..:r...::.L.1:.:..:....:.,.:.I:.au:,:::::!::..:!. Lr..rL.:.r;;".:..;:.. : ,_ .,.

death with an enemy Tiger Tank.- : "
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they live in the annals of their

Division and the glory of its achieve ': : COAST
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Equally as important was the

mission carried out by another 2nd

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Armored Diivsion column which :_..rr..t-'iLO.J.u.5._._ .. ,. ., ...L.......J.r..J..I.J..r.."....., ._ ....,. .. ...... ...JS.....Lt.r.6 ., :c. : :: r:: :, _...L...:... _........._.... .... ri !!
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turned right through Canisy and .r'i._.L.,r._IJ..n... ,....-. .1. ,L._....._..L.r_ .J..L_..L..L.L. : : .:.:..:..r.....,1.t.............L..........._.._......J-._..._...._....,._...J..,..Y._....-.,;.....:.:. ,..I...._. ';:; .1. ::,...._.... ..lJ..c r.a::: ..?,......... ,_.i' 'ate'.. .: I:

swung west toward Brehal until it r

reached the banks of La Sienna .
:Hirer: pocketing thousands of Nazi SOUTH ............,..... .... ............."....,........ ..... .. 1ndustri ,.. .. .."' ......1 _J4'w I
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SFootsoldiers. In a single day this T OPPOR TUNI J. ; ,...,.;..;. ; ,,.S.'rl..'.Newhas -"" ..I..I.:. __.<...n..;: .,(...+..::,-1.: = ; ,
Division took 1500 prisoners. "A- Cd '

Although this was its first major the nation'sLuThe < ,

assignment in France, "Hell on"Wheels" J,, South b jTJt mlght baveltoL I : : :

is proud .of the job it did ; -
early in the campaign. Tankers ,,,,.,'41..,, M eco problem P \ I ::::::.;:..,.,'.'..'....::::::::>::.:,:Y:,:_.:Y..r.::.,'....:_:., :::::::::::
rush hada c r.r:,ra:9i! N d that ay ortu nity, ._.w..._,.. -L..!, i .,_.1.....,.... .- .._...............-..............,....,._.......... ..,.....:'.:?......,.::.,:::.._.: :;;5 .. ..iI _
call to backstep' forces de- been recg an ;'
fending Carentan against an unexpected and a challenge of the :,.
= German attack. The Division .1 ,K Nelson former chalrmh aver .. sold ., ':>.;,;".':(

sent over all the tanks it could Donald j.u. Board' seems i the ;.... r.: -' ",::. r,,:' : F.

rustle up and when the shooting War production cold -- aot'< .----, -- .h ,.:'''' .-
ended there were 800 dead Nazis that fac t 0 of'Tx E AT 1ERt c a of iJ.,''"
around town and ,"Hell on Wheels" Ognlze. a recent issue Bconomic o y '::: .: "->.1'1)-/if.! J.l: J$;

tankmen reported back with eight \ \' riting In on The south's section ?L C g 2--: '.:.-J5'g';
)" ymsoners. CAN MERCURY that p r OAST JP. .
.t" he declares 1 and social c -- :5.opportunl ; .
"Too many prisoners," their industrla a .
commander of lt r ; '."1'
era world. o
told them with a grin,' "I moving In to an astound the ').51.' P :,.,. :_. : f)'3S 3t 3
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'told you boys to stay in there and that will always h .; (OAIDA/ :: ::
," development has Saul .'- ..J;
slug it out. the section rabic VA.
that 0 '
Declaring and a .fav' ; 1-t
resources wire r ge" _. -
materia ac In ; -.I;
; greet with the war, substantial : m
ha, sum 1'i1'4.
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1" climate know-how And ; -

t ::; I. industryaccumulations onai capI.ta\. ing i r'.
scale otthroughout re ; hasH ; : 'i I.-l. "1";4:, h
Look the iumvltateiua > P''tr:: <
to ;
,t' history "People, T ALA -,:,,:::.,.
,. ble combination. 1944 S.C. ;1 ::1i' '. ::1been ,\ i

Future .. -..'. r' .. :";, an unbeata"who talk ab out the So.or 1929, Slm.. conte; y1'i:' t\:: ; I.J ,

:.;; he says, South of.1939 ... .., _. <( ',, J
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: 2 00,00 South .:,....1.";!"!...:.!.!.:";.[..jF..::."-.1(1Hf;.ti"-:':...jij... [._;'...,.. : ....I ,f-<' ':',,i".3'7

: ..t on hardwoo foresees ,jl 3 1'11 r :f.J: J1jlfff.! !: :. :'tLi [-:j/: f.f;

growth Nelson tre .' ,,,,.,......., ...........:............. : I: ,,a
After The ',' f oU' .. ro.,.'..'.'."::.:.'..'''.'!: :" ::" ':::::: '.' 'H"....x' .
War ,r' :. .., 0 this countrYMr. bUshed indu s .i...;.iijWARf.BONDS'f::; :; i -.-:' J, -"t..i--:,; :.::
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You Will Wan' To t- \ the expa lndustne lastics L'j ':".1"' :' :;.":'t
; _: ? { \ and m nY cellophane, p I:2, \ II
: ; tries
; rayon at
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TJuild A J '.' ".': : ... \ ItemS, of this one 0 t th I :;-\-j-
\t--!: arising If f interested in industrial plant sites :; ;
r : you are ordistribution : :!
within the facilitiesjn the Southeast, we shall I. .,: ''s-.
i I' :- r that of o : I
: : belle s be recommend suitable locations.'Our
; resses the the South In glad to t
r:. ,;: { : He eXP of the next genera lon. ring the Edw research staff is also available for comprehen- ;!

.'." ." lifetime and capital Win d trial Port sive studies with respect to industrial possibilities i ji

It Will Pay You To ,:" : resources, skills uard.of.world.ln .us will in our territory. Inquiries will receive :

'. '. .: section into the v ngf social vitality st t prompt and confidential attention. J. M. Fields, I
1.:' while res of a Assistant Vice-President Wilmington N. C. '
shaping rrl
.. -", progress, to the \.
Buy Your LotsNOW : enormously '
woulda '
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