The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00610
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 25, 1936
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00610
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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' : t news to the property hold; ....: ". According ,to a bulletin issued by i
k ers in Sugarland Drainage District :.
I the 'district Board of Social Welfareof
I f: was contained in news dispatches .Jj

: .' from Washington yesterday that a i .,' ,..,- '- District No; 8 in which Hendry

1 loan for approximately $195,000 had I I county is located, there are forty-

I I been approved for the; district by the -"f three residents of the county past
d r.. Reconstruction Finance Corporation.
I ,: the age of sixty-five years, who will
:,' r:" The loan will be used to refund the J:
be eligible for assistance from the
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bonded indebtedness of the district

'J and for rehabilitation. ,, .> >:;. : new state and federal set-up whichis

; J'J'F.. Deane Duff, president of the ,'.:-., expected to be put 'into effect by

r board of directors of the district next summer. There are also twenty-

I stated yesterday that $133,000 of the ." nine families with dependent children -'

I loan will. be used to refund.the bonded -, and four dependent blind who

I I indebtedness, ,amounting at the will secure assistance.The .

! : present, time to better than $523,000.:I present schedule of giving ......, ;
I f This is on the basis of twenty-five 1
help to the aged and indigent through
I P., cents on the dollar with a reduction tHe
use county-matched state
of interest from six to four percent.
funds shows that thirteen people
He estimated that'drainage taxes '
':' 'I I are being helped in the county, at
would be reduced by two-thirds.
the present time or have been approved -

,, The board, composed, of ,Mr. Duff, for help by the social welfare;

R. Y. Patterson, secretary and Herman / board. Their payments range from

w Duhme, of St. Louis, has been $5.00 to $30.00 monthly dependingon

working for the past year and a half the individual requirements.The .
to get the loan approved by the R.
district board of Social Wel-
F. C. Final approval of the loan T
fare of which Dave W. Ireland of
means that this district is now in
Fort Myers is chairman ,and E. E.
: shape for efficient functioning.The '
Kelley of Clewiston Hendry
is the -
district, comprising some 41- V" ; : ;:.:. ,= '
; \ county member, shows a
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000 acres adjoins the Disston Island ;
splendid progress since its members
Drainage District on the south and /-
were appointed in December of 1935'
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the Clewiston townsite on the west' ': : i,
by Governor Dave Sholtz. They met
and south.
together ''in Fort Myers a !short time

The principal rehabilitation work' later to organize, to elect officers

proposed with the remainder of the Christmas and to have the duties of the board

loan, $62,000, is 'a thorough clean- Merry explained to them. Serving entirely

ing of all ditches in the district and II, ,without remuneration, the beard \

> the construction of a separate levee I found themselves faced with the pro-

Lfl t which will separate' the'used from position of having te operate without

! the unused portions of the district I From The Cle wi i. ton News funds. However a small amount had
r and give more efficient drainage of
been left over by the,deceased FERA
J', the used portion. There,will be" about I and this was used by the board to

:, tD ten thousand acres in this pumping begin operating. A permanent staffof

i @ .-;;' with unit. Pumps the reduced are already territory in place to and be Midnight Mass ,Sung At WPA WORKER'IS t Kiwanis Club Holds program workers was was begun.selected and the

, pumped, costs will be reduced ma-' I
' terially. I St. Margaret's ChurchOne Xmas Program at Inn With the cessation of direct relief
' to the state, able-bodied
i men were
I transferred to works projects and

Work Soon to Starton of the big events in CI wis- --- Changing'their meeting night fron 1 the indigent were thrown back on
the counties to take care of. Here
ton annually: is the midnight mass CHARRED BODY OF NEGRO IS Wednesday Tuesday night so that
and Dock the welfare board did its greatest
at St. Margaret's Catholic Church FOUND IN RUINS OF there would be no interference with!:I
: by carefully issuing surplus
and last night was no exception' the BURNED SHACK the church Christmas program, the commodities and laying plans for a

,' (Moore Haven Democrat) i I little church being filled to capacity -- Iliwanis club met for their Christmas cash payment monthly to these peo- .

.. Albert Haworth. of Tampa, successful -! to hear this beautiful service. Peter Cooper, 63-year 'old negro program Tuesday night' at the I pie. This was slow work but in, October -: '
bidder on the construction of WPA worker who has been employedon the board of county commis-
': the II The mass 'was by the adult Inn.
new boathouse and dock at the sung I
the community playground for sioners of the last county in the state
"government locks here, unloaded 'a1 I choir of the church with hymns by The program was in charge ,of Dr. had approved the plan for matching

car of timber piling and other build- the children's choir and responsesby some time, was burned to death Monday D. Jenkins Williams who gave a state funds with county funds to carry -

; ing materials here this week and will night when fire destroyed his
j this work until the constitu-
the adults., Mrs. B. A. Bourne and short Christmas talk after which J. on
begin actual construction soon after little cabin in Harlem.' The fire oc- tional amendment could be ratified I
led ,
':,,' the holidays, it is reported. Mrs. R. T. Mitchell were organists.The E. Beardsley the group in sing-
curred late at night and was not discovered by the electors of ,the state to per-
: The service at midnight ing Christmas carols, with Miss Mar
..;" boathouse will be of frame began exactly mit the legislature to make the nec-
in time to the negro'slife.
construction and thoroughly hurricane with the singing of "Silent save ion Leydig at the piano.W. essary plans for matching federal.

1, proof with the timber piling ex- Night". This was followed by Kyrie, W. Perry was elected as Santa funds. 207 men and women in this

tending completely to the roof and Gloria in I A coroner's jury was empanelled Claus and he carried off the role in district were approved for old age
Excecis, from "Mass in F"by
the house bolted to these piling. The I I next morning by Coroner G. Small I II great style. Each member had assistance payments in October.

;I boat slip will provide fourteen feet Leonard. and after a thorough investigation brought a gift, wrapped in Christmas The constitutional amendment was

clear opening and will have .a thirty- Fr. F. J. Walsh, pastor of the I I'I wrappings and placed it on ,the ratified by a tremendous majority,

five foot depth. It will accomodate church next delivered a brief but 'I of the accident found that he had met I tree addressed ,to some other mem- Hendry county giving 465 votes for

several of the small government highly inspirational, Christmas serm- his death from asphyxiation by the I bers, the tree being brilliantly lighted and 52 against for a 'percentage in

: launches or almost any of their larger on. I smoke. The body was still lying on and placed as a centerpiece of favor of 90 %. '
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boats. Walkways on either side Following the sermon was the a cot which indicates that he nexer the, table. Mr. Perry distributed the Other duties of the welfare board

of the slip will be built at different credo of mass and then the offer- gifts and great merriment was had have been the certification of workers ] -
awakened from
heights from, the water, one at elevation tory hymn, Adeste Fidelis. Then I sleep. by the members opening their pack- to the Federal Works program,
15 and one at elevation 18 so the Sanctus Benedictus Witnesses stated that the negro { to C. C. of the
came and I ages and playing with the toys they camps and projects
that had hauled wood until about ten o'-
whatever the elevation of the |i
Agnus Del of Mass. The post communion contained. Rural Resettlement Administration,
lower pool boat decks will be easy "0 Holy Night" followedand j t clock on the night of the fire and as After playing with the toys for a the State Road Department, the

of access. "Angels "ffie Have Heard OnHigh" [I soon as he finished had built up a II III time, the packages were re-wrapped WPA and the NYA.Community .
The timber dock will be 150 feet I big fire in the wood heater which
was given as the recessional. and C. E. Nall was appointed to dis-
in length over-all which includes the was sitting close to the door of the I.
I tribute the packages to needy children Tree In
strip running behina the boathouse. I cabin. When the cabin warmed up of the community.
School Has
; From this dock will be driven piling Sunday she had apparently laid down on his
There was a large attendance at
-;; to form boat slips which lie at cot and fallen asleep. The house was the meeting. The second attendance Park Last NightThe

-an angle t4 the dock itself. There Program WednesdayThe about ten by eight feet in size with- _
period closed on that night with the
will be four piling in each of theseslip out windows and with only one door.It .
side captained by Dr. J. W. Ezelle gaily decorated community
w, partitions, joined is thought that the fire- he builtin
well together
children of the Community
the winners. A. W. Sia's and, his Christmas tree in the city park last
with heavy timbers and, with a nar- Church Sunday School presented the heater was too large and, soon .
group will furnish the dinner for the flight attracted a great crowd :of
row walkway provided on top. At, the their annual Christmas program at caught the flimsy shack afire.
opposing team at the next meeting. youngsters and adults. Dispensingwith -
i angle to the piling and the dock: the church Wednesday night which, Coroners jury was composed of,: much of the usual formalities,

there will be a decking to permit was enjoyed by fully as many adultsas J. H. Doty, foreman; Peter Chagaris, FIRST TENNIS COURT Santa Claus arrived early and'dis-
easier docking for the boats using children. T. C. :Musgrove: Robert George, 0.
I USE AT PLAYGROUND tributed gifts to all the children
..tr"; the slip. Featuring the program was a pan- E. Tyler and Wilbur Goff. present. .

rt The contract price on the entire tomime by a ,group of children "Why: :
: : The first of the three tennis courtsto Preceding the appearance hero
:' job is approximately $5,500. The I the Chimes Rang" for which the:, HANDBALL TOURNAMENTA be completed in the local recre- Santa visited the negro children of
dock, lies along the west side of the Mrs.
altar was beautifully decorated. )i of
ation park, now under construction Harlem and left gifts for them
yacht basin at the new locks and the M. M. Prewitt read the parts and handball tournament is
; proposed under the PWA program, has been candy, fruit and nuts. ,
boat house will be built at an angle] the children participating were in:, soon after the first of 'the year opened for play and since the The community tree is one of the
at the north end of the dock.. i iI
j costume. and anyone interested in enteringIs open-f
I ing last Saturday the court has most gala affairs of the Christmas
Engineers were at work '''''ednes-I Other numbers on the program!'' asked to get in touch with Coach in constant use. Neat are season and is sponsored by the Clew-
day laying out the new residence to I' were three carols, "It Came Upon Matthew Morrison the first
-- at
oppor- the American
I provided as well as nets, by the spon- iston Garden Club and
be occupied lock-lender' N.' B. Lee. : a Midnight ar' "Silent Night".: tunity. sors, and lines are painted in blackon Legion. '
Thia i*"under contract to ll &' pada-!mId "Luther's, Cradle Hymn". A wel- Considerable interest has been ar- the smooth conerete surface.I. .

ro Contracting Company and it is'':'ccne' _tarSa.ii.ta Claus was given wihj;;i; oused in this sport since the coujsUuction M. Pafford, president of the Kiwanis JUNIOR. CHOIR ENTERTAINEDMrs.

t 'z expected that hey too''wi11 start\Bruce Be'ardsTFy} *-at'-the, piano and] of the 'court here and many Club, sponsors of the trnndscourts
work soon after the holidays. The i'the children joining in the I Ii i i who have ,
songs started playing since that .
-w--. mew) and representing oil sponsor,/ R. T. Mitchell and Sidney
lofckhouse: here will be construct-j i Following the program Santa!!![I time have become very adept. on the project stated this week that Hoover entertained the members of
: ed before the one at the Ortona locks',, arrived and distributed '
icrjaus gifts I Prizes will be [
awarded to the win- iho second court would be completed fife Catholic Junior Choir at the
tj for which the Spadaro Company also : prom the decorated tree for all the ners in the tournament which
are shortly and that it also would be, home of Mrs. Mitchell Wednesdayevening.

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::,' Events the World Over k i&cJ%; 5//y


King Edward Abdicates and Is Succeeded by Duke of York

-Pope Stricken With Paralysis Wallace

y Promises Better Farm Program.

Western Newspaper Union.LOVE '

and the British constitution sion of the new king, Edward .t---..,
E\ the winners in the great l 1 would retain the duchy of Cornwall

', contest that has stirred the vast and its revenues. With his other resources
:;_ empire to its furthest borders. Ed- I he goes into exile with an

-: ward VIII, stead- annual income of about $500,000.In .

"'. ( fast in his determination all the British dominions steps
r:' to make Mrs. were taken to ratify' the abdica-
-, Wallis Warfield tion of the king and the accessionof

:. Simpson his wife, toj the duke of York. There' was

abdicated as kingof considerable uneasiness concerningthe

Great Britain and course the legislature of the Y 'i /, .
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emperor of India, Irish Free State might pursue for

and his brother, the ) events seemed to give Ireland the ,
duke of York, reigns j 1h[ chance to shake off the last vestigesof

i' in his stead as adherence to the British empire. .
'' George: VT.Edward's. .n$
fateful ': : EpROM Manila came belated dis-

decision was cornGeorge yi patches telling of the worst dis-

municated to the house of com- aster that ever befell the Philip-

mons by Prime Minister Stanley pines-a great flood which swept j{ i
Baldwin. Haggard and deeply through the fertile and densely 'pop- v/. F4 JG 8 /! i:. Yf! x'd l d .,
moved, the man who has born the ulated Cagayan valley in northern ./'. iri

: brunt of the struggle on behalf of Luzon and destroying possibly thou- rG;r4

the cabinet and parliament' handed sands of the inhabitants. The full > K, ,y i
t the speaker the royal message and extent of the death toll may never './ /

the speaker read it to the half be known. The waters of the .
r ... stunned members. ,This is what Ed- Cagayan river, suddenly swollen bya I rT y 7. : >r:

ward said: typhoon and torrential rains, in- r4

s "Realizing as I do the gravity of undated 'many villages and townsin ,"

r" this step I can only hope that I shall the 50 mile wide valley. So !

have the understanding of my peoples isolated was the stricken area thata

,;; ,in the decision I have taken former provincial military com- \
and the reasons which have led me mander required four days to fight

to take it. his way to an outlying point from'
"I conceive that I am not over- which he informed the world of the

;, looking the duty that rests on me disaster. Military airplanes were
to place in the forefront the public used to carry medical supplies and a?

t interest when I declare that I am relief agents to the district. :.:f ,5,' rytm,. /
conscious that I can no ,longer discharge .,, ,. y5inta
this heavy task with effi- STRICKEN with paralysis that af-

ciency or with satisfaction to my- his legs, Pope Pius
self. XI was believed go be in a serious
-l "1 have accordingly this morning condition because he r already wasafflicted jovial manner, always calm and -t-+f.fm tChoosing->> '.
with asthma -' silent and truly understanding."Soon .
executed an instrument of abdication Comes4ttarchhi.g
: in the terms following: ,'arterio sclerosis y now, my children," said ( ":
J- 'I, Edward VIII 'of Great Brit- and high blood A. father, "we shall hear the train

ain, Ireland, the British dominions pr ssure. At first whistle which is to bring our Johny

beyond the seas, king, emperor of the holy father flat- home." Bird for
refused to submitto Johnny had mentioned that he did
India, do hereby declare my irre' ly
vocable determination to renounce a medical exam- ; Home not wish to be met at the station Christmas' .

the throne for myself and my de- ination, saying "I I and his desires. had been duly re .

scendants. My desire is that effect am in the hands of spected.

should be given to this instrumentof God," and he even BYALICE Instead of a train whistle, they Dinner) l'J

abdication immediately. insisted on dictatingand -/I J B. heard: the loud roaring and buzzingof
signing letters.
'In token thereof 1 have hereunto 1jb, >.">. an airplane."Oh J
But later he was 'KJ PALMER I bet Johnny is coming by :-
set my hand this 10th day of Pope Pius \\ ': nlitt\llWtmm\ I
to take ++H
December, 1936, in the presence of persuaded 4 \{ \\ lane, shouted Lauris."I .
complete repose, which his physi- he is too cried Tim
{ the witnesses whose signatures are just bet ,
.i subscribed.' cians said was vitally necessary. all excited."I .
Gemelli of Milan .-
Agostino ,
There followed a request that the medical summoned to REAT prep :rations were in wouldn't be surprised," a Christmas turkey

'F accession of his brother to the Vatican a City expert and, was gave out a state- G progress for the annual grinned father, knowingly. CHOOSING size this year

throne be expedited, and accordingly ment indicating that rigid meas- Christmas reunion at the : There was a rush to the frosted assure every guest plenty .

enabling legislation effecting the ures were being taken to stave off Thomas home in Glendale. Lauris' window to see if anything was in of delicious meat and at the '

t; abdication and the accession of the possible uremic poisoning. was decorating the living room sight. same time avoid the 'usual post-

new king was'promptly introducedand with streamers of red and green "Oh,- mother, look at poor old Christmas series of turkey hash ;'

put through 'the house of com- of the American and hanging bells and mistletoe Mrs. Johnson sitting all 'alone over meals, according to Miss Anna- ..
mons and the house of lords. MEMBERS federation 'as- above the doors. The holly wreathswere there in her window seat. Doesn'tshe belle Robinson, associate in home

The new king was proclaimed with sembled in Pasadena, Calif., were, already hung and father had look lonesome though?" said economics education at the Collegeof

the traditional ceremony followingan told by Secretary of Agriculture arranged the colored lights on the Bonny Jean. Agriculture, University of Illi -
assembly of the accession in the front yard the .
Wallace that the government would evergreens "Let's invite her over for the nois.A
made up of privy councilors and provide a better farm program than night before. evening," suggested mother. "She general "rule of the thumb"'is

other distinguished persons. the AAA; but he also said the'farmer "Will be home for Christmas." was telling me the other day that to allow three-fourths to a poundof

That evening the ex-king went on must be willing to accept "Johnny." her son, Joseph, would no be home dressed turkey -

the air to broadcast a message of "small increases in the imports of Mother had proudly read the tel- for Christmas." foi each
farewell to the half billion people certain agricultural products." aloud to the family and all "Yes, let's" they all chimed in, guest. If the birdis
who had been his subjects. egram with the Christmas spirit.; to be served ;
"In the, cause of peace, he said, were, simply bursting with holiday beaming
c Edward left England for his self- "the farmers of the United States enthusiasm, for Johnny was really "That's a very fine idea," agreed with dressing, I
imposed exile and smiling kindly. "You run the 3/i-pound allowance ,
: p obab.ly. never .. must learn to say 'yes' as often as coming home._ ,
WIll return to hIS native possible to agricultural imports over Tim my boy and ask her if probably -
"Lauris dear won't please
/ land. Where he from Pan-America, while at ''the you Jean she would care to join us." will be ample.If .
? and
the turkey
baste ,
will make his home same time reserving the right to "Oh boy," shouted little Tim, thert is no
has not been an- say 'no' when any vital branch ,of you mother.may pick" over the cranberriesfor chuckling at the opportunity of get-' dressing, more +'r.. ; .a "

nounced. It was agriculture is likely to be menacedby ting out to throw a snowball. i meat will be
stated in Cannes, too great imports."' All was hustle and bustle in the Some moments later, the dear I needed, and the

where Mrs. Simpsonwas Mr. Wallace declared the preser- kitchen of fragrant odors. Motherwas little lady was in their midst, smil- I larger allowancewill 2o'est.

with friends, vation of world peace is more fun- wholly surrounded which by delicious she ing her gratitude toward each one be the saf-
sour cream was .
that he
would not go damental than national agricultural of them.
busily tinting in the Christmas color At the above
there now. "Wally" kind of to offer to
"It you
conservation, and added, "there is QUESTS
: of red and green. The refresh- with rates a 15-pound I .
publicly offered to an important relation between the share your Christmas me, ,
traditional carda- I
of the
ing aroma turkey will feedapproximately
renounce her associEdward she said. "It has been pretty lone-
.. two, however. Danger of the United
-- I mom seed and of the spices, was 20 people, while a
ation with the king without boy.
this year' my
States involved in
:: VIII I becoming a se- most pleasing. Even little Tim was 10-pound bird will sufficient for I
\ if that would settle door burst
r\ the
rious from the fact that Just then
war comes
aid in this
: glorious
'! the controversy, but he chose oth- we export 'goods to Europe and privileged to and in stepped Santa Claus. The 13 guests. Since many families do
Christmas preparation wher mother not plan to have more than five or
erwise. Her divorce would not be- almost wrecked him in
when war comes one side or the told him he could pile the cook'ics children six at the Christmas table
., even
come absolute until April 27, but other interferes with trade. their excitement. He dropped his
into the cooky jar counting smaller birds probably will be in
taken in London
steps were to speedup and shouted "Merry
"Last 68 cent of heavy
year per our ag- "
he did However is bet-
them -as so. demand. it usually
the date.Notwithstanding. with all the strengthand
riculturalexports went to five coun: Christmas,
When things were well on their ter to get a bird
the widespread tries which are certain to be involved I energy he possessed. weighing at least
toward completion mother
': sympathy for Edward and his once in any major difficulty in' way Mother couldn't stand the sus-
ten pJLndsdressed
the children into the living
l enormous popularity, the general Europe and Asia. Only 10 percent sent all pense :another moment. She tore since
"I want to pack the
sentiment the British room. you his'mask and hugged and kissed
throughout of our agricultural exports 'off smaller
in that large box the turkeysdo
" empire is now that he let his coun- went to Pan-America. Both our gifts mother "and grocer him hungrily. not developas
try down that he mainly to in- brought, wrap stood, aghast taking in
was hearts and our heads lead us around it so it will Johnny fine a flavor.
blame for bringing on the crisis creasingly to Pan-America but the that holly, paper Christmas-like" the whole beautiful situation. The' Unless the size
and, to quote one 'correspondent, facts are stubborn and of neces- more brilliantly lighted tree, the star of M t. of the ,turkey is
that "the cabinet's the "All right, mother, they shouted gleaming at its peak fJ t
victory was sity can be brought in line with our Bethlehem entirely out of
only possible victory which could desires only slowly." in a chorus of happy voices asth'ey and little Tim jingling a rope of proportion to the
be allowed on the 'present issue." scampered in. They had glo- sleighbells all in his honor. number of dinner -

The great majority of the people F OR the first time the government rious fun amongst the gifts slyly But the best was yet to come, for 1 3 guests,

did not think Mrs. Simpson, a has taken a hand in the steel labor peeping beneath the sides of the he opened the door and in steppeda enough will be .

commoner and twice divorced, crisis. The national labor relations gaily colored wrappers and feelingto tall handsome soldier, his face left for only one ,
was fit to be queen of England. The board has issued a com- try and guess the contents. flushed with a happy holidaj smile, GUESTS or two meals ol !!!J' I"

cabinet and the house of commonsemphatically plaint charging the United States Mother chuckled within of laughterand as she his garments covered with the cold turkey, Miss
heard the peals
vetoed a morganatic Steel corporation and its subsidi- merry Christmas snow. Robinson said. -
marriage. If he would be true to his ary, the Carnegie-Illinois Steel happy confusion "Hello, mother," he said, ,as he the turkey_ is ,chosen -- \
love, there was nothing left for the company, with "interfering with the Soon all was in readiness and the rushed into the out-stretched arms the home flock or bought ala

king to do but abdicate.For self-organization of employees" in late afternoon sun was casting- its of the smiling Mrs. Johnson. from it should be a fat, plump:
market '
long wintry shadows across the all questions had been sat- -
a day after announcing his Carnegie's 21 plants. After one.
and preferably a young I
resignation ,of the throne, Edward This action followed the board's snow coated landscape. The. sooth- isfactorily answered. Lauri began bird skin should be smooth and .:
ing twilight on Christmas eve was at the top of her voice, The
king. But as soon as par- investigation of charges filed by singing and the breast: and thighsclump
at hand in all its splendor and the Santa Comes Marching clean,
liament the When
passed abdication mea- Philip Murray, chairman of the and meaty. The bird shouldbe
sure it was carried to rum, and SWOC and M. F. Tighe, veteran happy family gathered abcut the Home." The others sensing the reasonably fat, since the fat imparts
the he gorgeously lighted Christmas tree grand idea joined in with a jolly
moment signed the document president of the Amalgamated As- better flavor and prevents
Edward ceased to await their Santa Claus Fatherwas good spirit of fun, in the combined a
to' It of Steel and
-reign. -was sociation Iron. TinWorker' the dry, tasteless flavor common to
cozily seated in his own easy Christmas reunion. "
presumed that with the ,
permis I in flesh.
chair, holding forth in his usual Western Newspaper Union. turkeys poor

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I. --------IMPROVED-------- Control Your Life ,j

oULTt' r" UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL Good Resolutions No life is easy that is not under THE CHEERFUL CHERUB ;

some firm control. ..
I LET us all resolve: First,to It is from the science's Well
; physical hello gentle Re der-
bFAT$ the ')f silence J
SUNDAY grace ; that the stream of new facts .
Second, to deem all faultfinding ; comes fas est.Punctuality friend 1
that does no good a sin, and a
REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST.Dean to resolve, when we are happy is the politeness of And how a.re you .. ;,
of the Moody Bible Instituteof kings-and the insolence of bill
Chicago. ourselves, not to poison the at- tochjy :
collectors.A .
EARLY CHICKS Western Newspaper Union. mosphere for our neighbors by '
I tjk like this wKen ;;
calling on them to remark every smart woman may ba able to "
make a fool of any man but the '
painful and disagreeable I cart think
Lesson for December 27
Comlnon Feeds May:\ Not feature of their daily life; smarter she is the more often Of r
she doesn't do it. nythin
Third, to practice the grace 1 '.
Have Proper Amount.Iodine THE SPREAD OF CHRISTIANITYIN and virtue of H. J
SOUTHERN EUROPE praise.-Mrs. !, Resistance Strengthens to .y. boR,7
B. Stowe.
Every triumph over temptation -c,.puI

is necessary for chicks, LESSON TEXT-Hebrews 2:1.4; 11:32- He that wrestles with us strengthens the soul against fur- ,,\:,
but is needed only in very small 12:2 ther assaults.
GOLDEN TEXT-The kingdoms of this strengthens our nerves, and
amounts according to a writer in One who expects only gratitudefor
world are become the kingdoms of our sharpens' our skill. Our antag-. i
the Wisconsin Agriculturist. Com- Lord and of his Christ; and he shall reign onist :isv our helper.-Burke. his generosity, it seems, is
mon feeds such as oyster shell for ever and ever. Revelation 11:15. certainly entitled to that. J"

grains, etc., will usually supply all PRIMARY TOPIC-Christmas Round the Even if you are wise, don't be 4WNJService{ ..10.
of the iodine that the chicks need World. wise, all the time. Relax. .:-0.
desirableto JUNIOR TOPIC-Into All the World. .
but precaution it is "
as a
Sweetness of the Mind Our Railroads
add very small amounts to the INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC- lkd2 p
ration. This can be done easily by Why the Gospel Spread So Rapidly. The mind's sweetness had its operation One standard Pullman car generates
using an iodized stock salt. Certainsea YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC- on the body, clothes, and for its own use enough elec
The Spread of the Gospel in Southern Eu "
weeds and some of the fish meal rope. SDisregard : habitation. tricity to supply approximately

preparations are quite abundantly p Anyone who is kind to 'animals, ''four, ordinary homes.
supplied with iodine but repeated History has marveled at the is pretty sure to be good also to "The largest locomotive tenders'in
trials have not shown any advantagefor spread of the Christian faith in a TroublesI helpless children, women, and old use in this country have a capacity '.
these materials. Ordinary mix- wicked and hostile world. Dark people.A of, 25,000 gallons of water f.:
contain all the iodine love the man that can smile in and 25 tons of coal. When used
tures apparently the days the earth when
were upon pretty girl doesn't have to .
that chicks need so it is not the handful of believers in Jesus trouble, that can gather strength on heavy freight runs they can 1>,
know how to cook to make traffic
... necessary to bring in the high priced Christ set out to preach the gospel. from distress, and grow brave by jam. travel 200 miles or, in heavy pas- ;,
products that are rich in iodine nor Why did the Christian faith spreadso reflection. senger service, from 250 to 300
is it necessary to put iodine tabletsin rapidly and build so soundlythe God's country is any region miles before fuel replenishment. '

the drinking water. future? The answer is found in where nobody notices your funny Secret Sorrows Railway dining cars serve approximately '

For leg weakness, or our lesson for today. It is three- accent. 25,000,000 meals a ",.
rickets many, has years been the most serious fold. They declaredI. Happiness is like jam you Believe me, every man has his ye equivalent- to serving every ),,I

difficulty in raising chicks. The ad- A Great Salvation ((2:1-4). can't spread even a little without secret sorrows which the world inhabitant a city of nearly 23,- ::$1
getting some on yourself. knows not; and oftentimes we calla 000 population with three meals a .
feeds such lime-
dition of mineral as The preaching of 'the apostles set 'tJ
in- Talking to one's self is interest- man cold when he is only sad.- day for an entire year.Association !(
and bone grits
stone grit raw of sound teaching. They
an example '
ing. Why ridicule it? Longfellow., of American Railroads. 1
of bone building
creases the amount knew that no "programs" or
minerals so that early chicks can "drives" would suffice to meet the
be grown for the first few weeks need of the world steeped in sin

without sunshine or any other and superstition. They preached a

source of vitamin D, but no mineral great' salvation, a real gospel, and, .
combination has as ,yet been discovered God set his seal of approval upon ...
that makes it possible to their work.

raise normal inside chicks unless The presentation of God's Word ,

vitamin D is added. Three genera- and his gospel in the power of the .]
tions of inside chicks were raised Holy Spirit is still the way of vic, '
without difficulty when vitamin D torious usefulness for any believerand
was added to the ration fortified any church. "
with mineral in the form of limestone Turning now to the great faith ,

grit and raw bone. chapter of Hebrews, we see the sec- \ t 1

ond reason for the spread of Chris- i

How< the Feed Produces tianity. Bible preaching brought a s :,! y >Y : TR -1 i1
forth Bible believers men and J
Different Meat QualityEach women who obtained "a good report "

of the basic cereals-corn, through faith."_ z N/ y :Py ERNS GROUND GRIP! ,

wheat, oats, and barley if II. A Victorious Faith (11:32-40)).

fed alone, ,produces a different qual- Right presentation and proper apprehension -
ity in the meat of poultry, says a of God's 'Word 'produces' 'J
writer in the Montreal Herald. Such noble and sacrificial living.
_. differences are due to the way in The world is "not worthy" of its .
;: ,
which the fat is produced in the heroes of faith. In fact, it not only Y ( GROUND GRIP MEANS

different parts of the body. An even fails to recognize them and their

distribution of fat throughout the mighty deeds but mocks, scourges, ,
body, flesh ,and skin, is essential to tortures, and saws them asunder. 5/ "FIRESTONE"!

high quality.The mixed cereals, But they are written down in God's j
plus milk, produce a high quality book of remembrance. He rightly 41uIraI 1

meat on an economical basis.The 'evaluates their faith and their nobil- TRACTION on unimproved roads .
of character.We .
and amount of the ity
rations character fed will largely influence the need to learn of God how to r. '. ,+ in bad weather is a problem, which has

gains in live weight. The amountof regard our fellow men lest we follow long baffled tire engineers. Sure footing
crowd in praise to
the giving
protein in the ration does not
necessarily indicate the value in those who merit it not, and fail to t : on a muddy football field is also a
live weight gains to be recognize the unsung heroes of faithin ,
possible communities and : : } problem. But during the wet, slippery (
made. Neither does the amount of our own r
fat in the average fattening ration churches who are the very salt of i football season of 1936, thousands of

supply all the fat produced on the the earth. I the cleats of -
players depended
bird fed. It is common knowledgethat The final section of our lesson follows upon

the large deposits of fat which the first two in perfect sequence 4' ',' %<' their shoes to bring them through for
occur in the animal body must owe of thought. We have noted r '
the ,winning play.
yz >
their formation, in a large part, to the apostolic message concerningGod's
constituents of the feed than great salvation. We have f -
the fat content In many finishing seen that the gospel is indeed the During 1937 thousands of car; truck .

rations the low fat content cannot power of God which not only saves and bus owners will depend upon the
the of but which produces heroic living. I.
account for high percentage
fat in the finished carcass. Recent Now we turn to our obligation to fg 9 A' -w1" rugged rubber cleats of Firestone Ground
'' work has shown that continue that glorious succession of
i-- biochemical Grip Tires to pull them through snow,
who live faith.
'these by
certain of the decomposition prod- >
ucts of carbohydrates may be uti-:: ;:. III. A Race to Run (12:1-2)). mud, sand, or over any unimproved <'

t lized in this synthesis of fat The- The picture in the writer's mind roads. :;',

t carbohydrate of the ration, in excess ',is the' great Olympic arena. 411 : -- .
e of that used for immediateheat around are the spectators. A race : The scientific tread of the Ground -
and energy, is converted' to is to be run. What a striking pic- Y ? \
fat and stored in deposits for later ture of Christian life. For it, too, i 4c Grip Tire is so distinctive in design andso
utilization. : '.is' a race. It has a prize, both
here and in the hereafter. It calls unusual in performance, that it has

: for intense activity. It, brings us become known as "the tire that makes its own road." It is almost unbelievablehow
Watch Drafts before those who either jeer at us
Rains and cooler nights make it or cheer us on our way. these super'traction tires dig in, ,grip, and pull you through. They are

necessary that the farm poultrymantake Many are the things which may ": self-cleaning. Chains are not necessary. Equip the rear wheels of your car, truckor
particular precautions to avoid hinder a runner. One thing he cannot -,
drafts in pullet and laying houses.If do is carry weights. ;These may, bus with a pair of Ground Grip Tires and save time, money and trouble.

the birds come into the house not be sinful things but those which' ,,.
wet and are crowded, drafts are II may be a hindrance spiritual ; If you have not already equipped your tractor and farm implements with

practically colds and roup.sure Mature to result birds in should fall progress.And then Let there us is put sin-that them treach-away! Ground Grip Tires do it now they will save you 25%' in time and fuel costs,

have one foot of roost space per erous enemy that so subtly "be reduce vibration, and provide greater comfort. ,
bird and pullets should have pro- sets us" and entangles us. By

portionate space as they mature. God's grace let us cast it aside. Call on your nearby Implement Dealer, Firestone Tire Dealer, or Firestone
Green feed is essential in prevent- Greater than all the hindrances is
ing colds and it can be used lib the One in whose name we run and Auto Supply and Service Store today. Start now to reap the many-advantages of

I erally. Removal of low vitality birds to whom we look for victory. Look- the Firestone Ground Grip Tire the greatest traction tire ever built! v
1 will decrease the danger of disease ing past the difficulties, the specta-
and colds throughout the winter, tors, and even the course itself, we
since the weaker pullets take cold I II see him who is "the author and Listen to the Voice of Firestone featuring Richard Crooks-with Margaret
I more easily and'become a constants perfecter of our faith" The secretof Red
Speaks Monday evenings over Nationwide N. B. C. Network
\ o u r c e of infection. Prairie victory is to .
Turn your eyes upon Jesus,
i l' Look full in His wonderful face.

Counting the ChickensThe
Firm FoundationIf
first national chicken census there be a man on earth to be
Is now in progress, the Departmentof envied it is he who, amidst the
Agriculture doing the counting. sharpest assaults from his own pas-
I It is believed that there are 400,000- sions, from fortune, from .society,
000 hens on our more than 6,000,000 never falters in his allegiance to God
II American farms and that the aver- and the inward monitor.
age hen lays ninety eggs a year.
Doubtless there are a lot of lazy' Pride and IngratitudePride
hens that bring the average down. is of such intimate connec-
Knowing more about our chicken tion with ingratitude that the actionsof
population, before and after they
ingratitude seem directly resolvable -
are hatched, will be of value, say into pride as the principal
J the Country Home Magazine.
reason of t--T1.-South. -
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--' green vegetables for a balanced diet, with plenty of punch and pep. |r tirod at the University, of Florida's the needs of specific, groups and ine::- 4.Y. ;, '
The Clewis ton the consumption of winter beans has ....-For those who like, Whoopee, the v imp Roosevelt school_ for adult ed- vidual citizens who seek new skill. .'(.. r 1 '.
i President Roosevelt', ,:'. : .
C. 'ti
almost doubled before "peak" conditions Royal American Shows provide America's -| u ation, according to Dean B. Through '
Riley. personal sympathy for the Idea, j it r.
Friday in Clewiston are met. Despite this Increased finest midway attractions .-
Published every ,, of has been to tin .., .
have awl' The school, said to be the first possible operate .
NEWS demand, economists, who with a variety of new shows .
Florida, by the its school with no to the public ,
established charge
studied the market as it affects the rides to delight folks of every age, kiud in the world, was -" I ,"
Inc. at Camp Roosevelt, cross-state other than one dollar a day for food .i
south Florida growers, state From every standpoint, the '
\ when shipments weekly begin to Florida Orange' Festival 19371) canal site, for the purpose of teach- and lodging. The school is a community : : .

Keathley Bowden, Editor rise over 250 cars prices start to scheduled to be held Winter Hay-I ing out-of-school citizens in various In itself. On a 200-acre site .'' >
businesses and are administration buildings, men \ ..hand '
trades, professions,
tumble] for the farmer.If en from January 17 to 22 will be an
the "peak" consumption bas event well worth traveling a long hobbies. Instruction is by a series of women's dormitories, cottages, a ; :;,:,Jf._ +.
bantered as second class mail mat- decade throughthe short courses lasting from two daysto cafeteria, the post office and a first, _;;;
almost doubled in a way to see. 1. .,
.w:' February 1, 1927, at the Post of the benefits several weeks] designed to meet aid station. "; : '
learning ,
public So taking all these facts into con- .
'I;!ice in Clewiston, Florida, under ;J'.d : '
of green vegetables during the winter sideration, you'd better take my tip : ,;
toe Act of March 3, 1897. \ c: : ,'.
It is evident that farmers should and mark down the dates somewhere

organize to advertise their wares so you'll not forget them and I'll be .. "; '

Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. through some such concerted pro- lookin' for you at the Florida Orange ,
Advertising rates on application. gram as has been adopted by the citrus Festival In Winter Haven next ,. I '

industry.The month. I ,r'. ..
I dietitians and the physician And when you, visit Winter Haven, -

Devoted to the advancement and I have preached the value of the veg- you certainly don't want to 'leave :L ,;;
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry etable from which Florida farmers without seeing Dick Pope's wonderful :, ; /o' :,'"
County. "> have profited directly. Farmers have Gardens. It'is ; : i -
Cypress really one ,. ,: :. .,. WeTakeV\. .
funds themselves to adver-
spent no of Florida's outstanding show places !, '
tise their products. An advertising and when Dick took me around last wV

To all our readers-a Merry program carried on extensively and week and showed me what had-been : 1* : );h ) ,
Christmas. intensively Is bound to Increase the accomplished in the creation of this ; .

.---...... demand for south Florida's winter i fairyland since my last visit ,a ..year ( : This Means =ofWashing ./.<, .. ; '
Frost damage In parts of the vegetables and to raise the number ;. ago, I just couldn't believe my eyes. ; ). f : ; ; I"ff.
Glades this week. None in Clewiston.Ho of carload lots weekly before peak 'do- '
For exotic beauty It Is beyond ,
consumption: Is reached to batter scription.: The flower lover will"'want ; .0.
hum! Cuba has another pres-]I down prices at shipping points.. to remain for hours 'and hours, and. : J. : //0t. ;
i ,
ident. 1 There is no progress in a permanent return again and again. Our /,; =

policy for crop restriction In the You make your way through tropical .: '; ..j..:{:.: ?t- : >> .
To get the true Christmas spiritwe winter bean vegetable field. It is ap- plantings of all manner of rare ,

hope that all of you attended one parent that the potential market ha and beautiful plants, shrubs, treesand ; ;';,V\y'. \iwtk: i; ;

of the programs at the churches this not been scratched when a weekly flowers, by, jungle path. Furry ,. J "
week. average of 250 carloads saturates rabbits peek out at from the ., i '
you <
Friends and Patrons : : :\:
houses. )"
brokerage "
heavy 'underbrush; frisky squirrels t'' : ..
Christmas plans have not inter I When growers organize to put out scamper about among trees while :-': ;. r \
of local build- : standardized packages and conduct \ ,
rupted progress birds are everywhere: By all .:, l,: :.,
ings. All construction work is mov- an intensive campaign to tell the see Cypress Gardens and I promise '' .
ing rapidly. North that'winter vegetables can be you'll'not be disappointed.P. '
1 : .
purchased readily and at reasonable S.-And .a MERRY CHRIST- : ; sa

The RFC came through with a prices, southeast Florida farmers MAS, even: if it entails abdication ;
swell Christmas gift for the land need not worry about foreign im- from your grouch 1 .men}? 'ctCbr stmas t

Dis- ports or flooding the market with a '
owners in Sugarland Drainage
turnover of 250 of beans week. : '/
trict. cars a COLIN ENGLISH WILL SPEAKTO ::, > .
-:Miami Herald. -
Many Clewiston residents are out -- ., ; ,

to :win the prizes for best Christ- .............r. .......... 'inter Haven, Dec. 24. (FNS).- "x11{ '\ g '.; b
mas decorations given by the Garden Colin English, state superintendent : : :'; > A h : ;

Club. As a result the decorationsthis of public instruction, will speak to : /_ J.,..... .'?' "" and a .' ,;"'a.. "-,;."
Too Late' To ;
year are especially beautiful. ClassifyBy hundreds of Polk county school >/" > .: :' ;:::! :

children who gather at the Florida f'
Local man said ,he saw an aligatorin %tssell ,KayIBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI Orange Festival here on school day > : > -

one of the roadside canals one day January 18.Because ,
this week. This close to the holidays, --
of the educational valueof
friends are skeptical and think it The 1937 Florida Festival, I '
Orange the Orange Festival in its visual
may Be one of the famijiar lavender under the direction of the I : L ,}
personal instruction of all phases of Florida'slargest ; 't
1Jappp jew dear {
varieties. s
inimitable Earl Brown who has made Industry, all Polk county :

such an enviable record in present- schools will be closed that day to allow '
The sugar house of the United Florida's through exhibitsat ': .: :
ing story all students an opportunity of : -
States Sugar Corporation has been A Century of Progress, Chicago, visiting the citrus exposition. School : '.: '\J ', 1
., \. \ ,
running steadily since its opening. Rockfeller; Center, New York and children_.will be admitted to the' festival .'. '" r .
Maximum production will not be the Great Lakes Exposition In Cleve- grounds and exhibits without .

reached however until after the first land, promises to be the most strik- charge and will be the guests of festival -I .:', ;'i:.:" :. ,,'. -,

of the year. 1 ,.: ing and impressive. citrus show yet officials who have arranged ', .. '
staged. special entertainment features in Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Nail Sr. "

An increase in sugar quotas for Paying little attention to, past their honor. :;.. .
Florida producers noted in news years. Earl has set out to give us an' -

stories this week. This Increase, how- entirely new 'and distinctive Citrus 500 STUDENTS ENROLLED AT '

ever, will be of little or no benefitto Exposition :and with 'this in view h. CAMP ROOSEVELT, OCALA \ \ "
the local sugar company howeveras ; :
has placed George Clements in chargeof : '-'

it is merely.a rebalancing of pro- exhibits and, brought several mem- Ocala, Dec.' 24. (FNS).Nearly '. : .

duction. bers of his efficient exhibit staff to 500 students for practical trainingin ,..

Winter Haven-so the job of creat- fifteen distinct courses are ,regis- J _
CHRISTMASOh I ing the 1937 show is well under way. '

Since Persia the legendary homeof
Christmas, good old Christmas.you're -
; the Orange;,the main entrance to
with us once again! I'
the Festival this year will take the
And for a while we sing and smile!
form of a Persian Mosque, leading
and love our fellowmen. The ancient
into a delightful oriental garden, be- .
grudge forgetting, we hunt Smith .
up '

and alloy Jones, dad and burn wish them their'ancient joy without -'I I yond buildings which housing will stand the the beautiful exposition cit- j':\ {: ;:.;;t.; \:; :; <;:'. ,:: :: 1,';;; ',:;': ,;; : .t <: ', :. ,. ." :. ; ; :i.'c.. :" 11 ( .

I rus exhibits. .. .
bones. Has Johnson done us evil? ', ,. '
Ah, well, we let it slide; a man for- Visitors who expect to find these ;': '
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gets to square such debts when buildings decorated with the usual ://1 ,, tt
comes the Chiistmas-tide Have flags and bunting will be disappointed : '-, ,

roads beeen rough and rocky, on but at the same time pleasantly ,.j.., ,
which we've had to tread? 'It'i J I surprised, for in their stead will be ..

Christmas day so let's be gay, the I modern scenic drops that will convey ; :
roads are fine ahead. Have friends the impression you are viewing these q,;

been sold and captiouns, until our beautiful exhibits .as you make your ;

hearts were sore? The day is braw, way through an actual citrus grove. ;.

their, hearts will thaw, they'll be our Many ne'Y' features are planned in .... -"\ .". ':.',', ;: .

friends once more. Are we grown old connection with the coming show, ..\ j jI

and wintry, with tired and spavined one of which is a gigantic "Trailer I :'"
limbs? Forget the years of stress Parade" and indications are that ,1,1
and tears, and sing the Christmas there will be at least a thousand of : :',
hymns. And frolic' with the little these highway homes competing for ,;,": ." ,
ones about the Christmas tree, and the liberal prizes offered by the fes- '\ .:! I .;
hear the chimes and quote old tival management., '

rhymes and carols fine with me. God Her Majesty, Queen of the 1937 ', .
'" ,
rest you, merry gentlemen, God Florida Orange Festival, will be selected
keep you, cheery wives; on Christ- on the opening night at tie

mas daY' no troubles gray should outdoor grandstand on the Festival '...'

darken human lives.-Walt Mason. grounds. Already most communitiesin \

citrus Florida are planning to t .

WINTER BEAN MARKETThe : send their most charming and beau- .'(.". ,mutual. I ,
in accord and confidence.
may our ,associations grow .
tiful daughters to compete for this .'

quality and the quantity, of coveted title.A "I .,. Even as the Spirit of 'Good' Will is increased .at' Christmas Time .so

Florida winter vegetables have reached baby .show and parade Is another ... ... .. '.' "
the stage of constant factors in event which gives promise of ; ,. '
this category of the state's much friendly rivalry and some of .:::" .:' 1 '-,

tural industry. agricuI-1 the tiny floats entered.. 'are most elab- > ', '" "
It has been long apparent that orate. : <

southeast Florida during life winter Growers, shippers and packers of ., : ;
can produce beans of an unexcelled citrus fruit, as well 'as manufacturers : '

variety and in abundance. At times of citrus by-products, and those .
however, the quantity in which engaged In canning, are all arrang- 1 ASSOCIATION !

beans, more particularly,'are sent to ing to make artistic and Interesting

market, has brought a sharp deflec- displays, realizing that the Orange I I \ .,.. '.
tion in prices paid farmers at ship- festival is their show and their opportunity
.. ."
ping points. .'
to present Florida's Citrus I "
The last decade has seen winter Supremacy to thousands of tourists .' '1'. \

bean farming move from the central and winter visitors as well as to im- : '' '. r .
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section of the' state to the great press Floridians with the value and 1 ...- -' '
growing areas in Broward and Palm Importance of this Industry. \

Beach counties. Ten years ago, when Newspapermen will be interested '
shipments averaged 150 carloads and to learn that the. annual Press. Breakfast -'
upwards a. week, the drop 'In prices will be featured again and a I! '." '. '. ..
was felt. committee is now at work planning I ,

Due to publicizing of the value of I the event. It promises to be a "wow" .. .' ,-
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I 1 Frost: In Glades 107,400 .........*......... 76 3,759 '-I

-j 1 TABLE GIVES LIST OF 109,800 ...:.............. 77 3,843 :
)'; 11 On Monday Morning 112,200 .................. 78 3,927
I i 114,600 .................. 79 4,011
BENEFITS TO WORKER [ 117,000 .................. 80 4,095
t i I (Moore Haven Democrat) 119,400 ...........__...... 81 4,179
I the fact that the i 121,800 .................. 82 4,263
Despite temperature -
I I AT RETIREMENT AGE : 124,200 .................. 83 4,347
I dropped here Monday morning 1 6,600 .................. 84 4,431
II to 33 degress, official recording, and I 129,000.....__.......,.. 85 4i15 "
hat a blanket of white frost covered) A biweekly bulletin concernin .
tverj: thing early in the morning, activities of federal agencies in Florida 1
; '
I" there has been no report of widespread lists under the heading of the :
L. B. MershonAGENT .
| damage save to tender vegetable Social Security Board, a table of t'j
fall 1! crops. Cabbage and English monthly benefits paid to workers at Cxre > tite ,';

i 1 oeas' for the most part came through the retirement age these benefits New York Life
unscathed as did most of the flowers based on the amount the worker h\9 -
I I 'ind shrubbery throughout the city. earned when he reaches the age of Insurance Company ,
, In the event of the ARCADIA, FLORIDA :
I sixty-five years. To .i
i Grasses in lawns and cover grasses greet you at
I With good wishes death of the worker prior to reaching -
tin! pastures were badly scorched in
' the age of sixty-five a lump sum This cheery season ._
For Christmas
" a Day "
x places. payment will be made. "and these with all l
Filled with joy From reports received here mostof lump sum payments are also: list- :

, And' Happiness. the damage done by the cold was ed. J. M. COUSECounselor Good wishes .-

I concentrated in this locality and on' Starting January 1, 1937, each For your. happiness.* }
and Attorney at Law
d. worker will be taxed one cent on
; :: the extreme north end of the East 1
Christian's BarberShop each dollar earned and his employerwill ,
I Shore around Port Mayaca. There pay similar amount. When Hopkins Building Parker T. Wilson 1
was no damage at all in Clewiston and
this worker has reached the retire- Wednesdays Saturdays
and only spotted damage, a considerable -
I IQ ment age he will begin'to collect the 0:30 to 4:00
distance back from the lake
J monthly payments as listed below.
in the south shore areas.
Total Monthly Lump
Wages Benefit Payment

$ 2,060 .....:.....:...... $I 0' $ 70 .
2,200 .................. 11 77
2,400 .................. 12 84 i i
2,600 .................. 13 91
!1"' ;''!; '" 2,800 ...........;...... 14 98

=%- .;\-_:..:...<'.._:<....7..- ',,-:0 J:,0 Y'0'.f 3,000 ...............:.. 15 105
jiiFzt -'IJ. i- ---/.1.Y..... t .fl',_&. 4,200 .................. 16 147

'ift Jf. I! 5,400 .................. 17 189
1 t'ti :...J.. ', 6,600 .................. 18 231
fjll l\\ \ ; \ 7,800 ................... 19 273
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..'C.,' if. \1.!: %l f I 10,200 .................. 21 357
; : d W ; 4 ..:":. 11,400 .................. 22 399
"' & @! $;f ...-: h : 12,600 .................. 23 441 .
",C:,, J.ITr"z3;";,'ti',,"'J ,1t" '. 'C'f4i...:.Yf 13,800 .................. 24 483
!:- ( y' :rh t"::% 15,000 .................. 25 '525
: 16,200 .................. 26 567
9 r fA 17,400 .................. 27 609
18,600 .................. 28 651
19,800 .................. 29 693 ,
21,000 .................. 30 735
nothing can express what we want to say 22,200 .................. 31 777 Not just a gesture-but a truly sincere wish for every happinessfor

23,400 .................. 32 819
as well as a good, old fashioned 24,600 .................. :33 861 you and your family.

25,800, ................... 34 903 .
..', .' "MERRY CHRISTMAS". : :
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29,400 .................. 37. 1,029 Frank Bob
Wright Hare
Alston Inc. 30,600 .................. 38 1,071 i

31,800 .................. 39 1,113 .
33,000 .................. 40 1,155 ; \

35,400 .................. 42 1,239 -- .
36,600 .................. 43 1,281
'" 37,800 .................. '44 1,323; (
39,000 ...;.............. 45 1,365' :
40,200 .................. 46 l,40t
41,400 .................. 47 l,449i i ItC ui \\\ el
42,600 .................. 48' 1,491 / v
43,800 .................. 49 1,533 !
45,000 ..........._...... 50 1,575
T 47,400............:.... 51 1,659
49,800 .................. 52 1,743
: r Our Wish 52,200 ................... 53 1,827
( 54,600 ................... 54 1,911
;: To You. I II 57,000 .................. .55. 1,995
59,400 :................. 56 2,079!
0 1936 61,800.:............... 57 2,163
64,200 .................. 58 2,247
66,600 .................. 59 2,331
69,000 .................. 60 2,415
71,400 .................. 61 2,499 J
73,800 .................. 62 2,583
76,200 .................. 63 2,667
78,600 .................. 64 2,751 : Accept the season's salutation offered ...., :'- ,' :- ,- -
81,000 .................. 65 2,835 :: I .. ''" '.' ,
83,400 .................. 66 2,919 :' with highest respect and good ,;;> .: :. -
85,800 .................. 67 3,003 .
88,200 .................< 68 3,087 cheer
90,600 .................. 69 3,171
93,000 .................. 70 3,255
< ,:':" B & B.Cash Grocery .:, :}:' 95,400 .................. 71 3,339
: 97,800 ................:. 72 3,423 Clewiston Motor Co.
b 100,200 .................. 73 3,507 Chevrolet Cars Caterpillar Tractors
102,600 .................. 74 3,591
105,000.................. 75 3,675


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As Christmas comes around we realize how much friendships mean.
Yours at Christmastime and
I And so we take this, opportunity to extend to all of, you
Follow You Throughout the Year. .
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.1 HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES hash and are easily prepared.Cold Charge of the Caloosahatchee locks .
Weekly 'from Home Demonstration turkey or chicken stuffing, 'or the U. S. Engineers, to make it

Specialists, Tallahassee fried crisply brown, may be served literally true. '
with scrambled eggs, or with any: Last Friday he took his rod and
fq-l'i: f i "Ja1{ CHRISTMAS LEFT-OVERS well-liked breakfast or supper dish. I ieel down, walked out his front '
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;J w..,,,_ o!..... ........uijs"il; : t&.iU Turkey or chicken cut up and servIed Jooi and made a cast over the lock ad4

IK I Thp.reare some who think the left- with a cream sauce or tomato or wall into i.he lock chamber. A mo-
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:rte s' mas feast. Certainly the "fragmentf chopped rIpe olives, small cubesof 'A, The luck continued and in less tff
( 191uIL vegetables, makes a tasty supper: Lan for y-five minutes he had a
have challenge in '
remain" a
that dish.. Cold chicken or turkey, satu- :string of bass, 'twelve in number Z-.1 '

I them-that they may prove as satisfying ated in butter and quickly mixed weighing two and three pounds each .---p. :.,, \n",.: :\q:r ,4'' : ..
as the royal dinner itself. with a small tumbler of wild grape Mr. Flanders states that he has --::--' -1''J"I'- ." ..tT... '
I Despite the disparaging remarks Jelly, served with rice, is delicious. ; caught a number of fish in the lock ;
about turkey hash, it really may be Cold chicken and turkey put into the chamber but never had they struck
remains of the gravy with left-over is they did that day. He said there 4i
one of the best dishes in the'world.
vegetables and baked in a Casserole, was a school of. bass following a
Turkey gravy, rich and brown, can to a bubble stage is well worth a try. school of small shiners.
be used with the hash, although care I
The left-over turkey in cream
must be taken that the hash be of the
sauce or' gravy topped with hot bis-
right consistency to brown. Season-
cuit might be termed, :"turkey, pie".
May this Christmas Season bring Ings may vary: a chopped green pep- If NORGE REFRIGERATORS .
Suppose we serve turkey pie. EO'I
per, Worchestershire, catsup, and It is pleasant to remember old
All happiness to you make a rich biscuit dough, roll out
.Potatoes '
salt and "of course.
I pepper to 3-4 inch thickness and bake ina Furniture and Home Furnishings friends and to wish them a
"nd all :your castles in the air added to turkey hash are delicious. hot oven.While the: biscuit are
t Blend with a little butter and gravy, Christmas.'
And all your dreams come true. baking, brown a half cup of celery in >
spread on a well-greased pan to
2 tablespoons butter. Make a cream .....
First Bank of brown and then fold like an omelette.A sauce by blending 1 cup of milk with Household FurnishingsInc. !I .,
of tomato be
can sauce may
I Royal's
2 tablespoons butter and 2.-table-: .
ClewistQnELBERT heated and served with the hash, and '
spoons of flour. Cook untjl :
garnishes of fruit, celery, and pickles :
L. STEWART, Cashier ed, then add the celery and turkey, BELLE GLADE FLORIDA J
add to the dish. Baked bananas, ap I
salt, and pepper, and heat together
ples, or pears all go nicely with the .
thoroughly. ,Serve on the' hot biscuit.



Lakeland, Dec. 24, (FNS) .-A po-
insettia quilt upon which life-size
blossoms in natural color spelled

"Florida" was among the gifts found' I 1936 BEST' WISHES FOR '. "
by President Roosevelt when he

looked around Christmas morning to
learn just what Santa had been do-

ing on his annual visit to the White J

1 House.The gift to the president from

the WPA sewing room in Lakelandwas
accompanied by 'a bath mat

quilted with the same flower design. r
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Ninety ,to one hundred women 4 :,', ,,
1936 I 1g36 working at the sewing room have

supplied hand-made quilts. clothingand

household decorations to a num-

ber of welfare organizations, includ- ,
:May we add our simple greeting to : : '
ing the Rose Keller Home two crip- ,
pled children's hospitals three
the many you will receive at this ,
phanages 'and the local hospital., Fif- '
To You and Yours- > -, ,
teen quilts were: furnished the Uni- season ; -
Believe the hearty ,sincerity: of this little.greeting and versity of Florida Adult Education
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;- Good Will. school'at Camp Roosevelt by the sew- if'" t) ; ; :><. :' ;" ,: .L,'

I"; = ing room. > ., Lake Drug: Co.. ...:.., ,. '
Turner's Beauty Parlor & Barber Shop "
Joint Installation )IH. AXD MRS. J. G. NIBLACK, '
3IR. AND MRS. L.. TURNER,. / .

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The' local .Masonic lodge and Orderof f
Eastern Star will hold a joint installation -

,service at the' lodge hall .'
on 'New Year's Eve it was announcedthis I .;- ,

H. tion services week. Following a watch party the installa-'will be Our Bet Wihe

i held to greet the new year.

Masonic officers who have been fog 1 1936 ::'
elected and will be installed are: :;

V. V. Mason, Worshipful Master.

Elmer Krantz, Senior' Warden

J. B., Cox, Junior Warden.I. .
r E. Scott, Treasurer.W. .

I L.. Bellamey, Secretary. I

;,. Eastern Star officers, previously II
listed in these columns are: Mrs J. I

P. Moore, Worthy Matron; I. E.
Scott, Worthy Patron; Mrs. A. W I

Lawrence, Assistant Matron; J. P. .
:Moore, Assistant Patron' Mrs. Daisy

Yoder, Conductress; Miss Ulla Jacobsen "
_ May this Christmas be one of hopes realized-happiness Assistant Conductress; Mrs.' C. .. ;'. .- ._ ,To thank you for past kindnesses : ,. I ;::-'-:, :;'J .

H. Settle, Secretary' and Mrs. B. A. .I I} :, and to wish you again the _<:'?rzt' .>-,:" '<. ,<
attained-and success in fullest measure. Bales,' Treasurer. } _

:; ;. Season's Compliments. ..':'1 4 4f' /. .. ,
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Company. '
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.. _'. A. MC GEHEE, Agent Many quips have been made.about t .

fishing in the front yard but it remained .

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As, you gather around your family fireside know.that you carry with ,
. and take this opportunity to thank ,you and to extend our hearty 4
;. you our best wishes for Joy, Happiness' and Health. '.. i
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Blvd., Detroit, Mich. Seivico ieiiod in 1935. Beach, and all East Coast cities .
r Personal Mention ;
MIF D.. Jenkins Williams, Pastor.Sunday will start with the issue you speci!)'. Monthly receipts from the sale of south to Miami, .are included on the

December 27 On newsstands, 10 cents a copy. farm products in September strikingly \
: ; :": ; :":":":":'.":"; :":":":": :":":":"":";': Sermon Theme retinue. The return trip to Tampa, .,
: illustrate the increase In income,
O. F. Schiffli and "The Constant-In ', scheduled to be completed on Jan
?. Mrs. children Change. Latham Co. CompletesGate 'or September 1936 they totalled
spent Monday in West Palm Beach I The choir will repeat by specia1! c;3,644,000, as compared with $!,- uary 27, will be made over the Tam-, .

r> quest pf a number of those who On North Shore 93,000 for the same month in 1935. laml trail.

I 'ard last Sunday's' Christmas serv- Increases in the price of farm pro, ./
Mrs. J. E. Beardsley was a visitor I :
ce the following numbers: ---- ducts are responsible for most of the
in West Palm Beach Monday.
V, 'I "Calm On the Listening Ear"- The E. H. Latham Company, con- increase in farm income, the Extension NOTICE

/ Wilson tractors on the hurricane gate and] workers say. A relatively small
:' B. F. Brown is spending th "Silent Night", an arrangement of several culverts through the levee portion of the total receipts was The annual meeting of the Stock-

: Christmas holidays in Jacksonville. &.!'ie _Gruber carol-by Ellen Lorenz. on the north shore of Lake Okeechobee agricultural payments by the federal holders of First Bank of Clewiston :
"Bethlehem": will be held in the office of the Bank
i -by BakerQuartet. government. )tat
--- completed their contract on De- .
A. cember 11 and it is expected that the the from 1 Clewiston, Hendry County, FlorIda '
Y; Mr. and Mrs.? L. Turner left During preiod January
at 8 o'clock P. M. Thursday, ,
Thursday for Ashford, Ala., to spend job will be approved and taken over to April 1, Florida citrus brought a -.
tILLY January 7th, 1937.
Christmas with relatives.Mr. I OWEN ENTERTAINSWITH by the U. S. Engineers before the price double that received during the

DANCING PARTY first of the year. same period in 1935. Citrus growersare ELBERT L. STEWART' ,

the mouthof hoping the, new year wilt bringa Cashier. .
This hurricane gate at .
and Mrs. H. E. Reichard left
Billy Owen entertained a group' of Taylor Creek just south of Okee- change in the present market pricesof Dec. 25, Jan. 1. ,} :
Monday to spend the holidays with
friends, Monday evening with
a chobee City was the last of these fruit and that the first three
bVr 1 *. a daughter In Orlando. party at his home. Delicious refreshments structures to be built in the Okee- months of 1937 will see prices equalto

/ .were served during the chobee Flood Control project. The or better than those paid in the

r Mr. and Mrs. G. S.. Mobley 'are evening. others in the project at Moore Haven : first quarter of 1936. I

spending Christmas in Palm Beach Those attending were:, Misses 'Bil- Lake Harbor, Clewiston, Belle Gross receipts from peanuts and

::.:: with Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Fuller. lie Hooker, Dorothy Hare Christine Glade and Canal Point were also several other crops were higher than

c ; Bell, Mildred Ward, Peggy Ward, built by the same company, the largest they were in 1935. ,
.a Bernice Guthrie, Florine Moore, Eth- job being the Moore Haven gate I .
The Extension
Mr> and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and men stress the
(>1 Willis, Gladys Willis'and Bernice with locks In connection.The point that not increased
son, Kim, and Mrs. F. I. Hill spent productionbut
Saturday in Miami. O'Neal and Bob Patterson, Leroy contract price on ,the north higher prices are mainly responsible "

Hare, James Wynn, Sandy Bell, Jim- Shore work was $518,158.26 and included for the rise in Florida's income

mie Harrington, Francis Wright, besides the gate, an eight- this year.
i Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden Jack Moorman, Jimmie Hall, Conrad -
*/: and sons, Kay and Paul, visited relatives Clark, George Bestor, Richard barrel culvert spillway adjoining the Christmas '1935 found the Florida
gate, three 3-barrel culyerts'and one
farmer in better financial condition
in Okeechobee .
: Wednesday.Mrs. Bestor and Dick Owen.
1-barrel culvert through ,the leveeat than he was in 1934, but Christmas

various points throughout the levee 1936 tops both in farm in-
:. Olin Carleton and Mrs. W. F. DICK OWEN ENTERTAINS
section from KIssimmee River to
Simpson spent Monday in West WITH PARTY TUESDAY KITE .
Nubbin Slough.
Palm Beach.
;': -- The Latham Company has estab- BICYCLE RACING OVER STATE
Dick Owen entertained 'a numberof FEATURE FLORIDA STATE FAIR j
j lished a reputation of being the fast-
Mrs. F. J. Silks, of Lakeland, arrived his friends with a party at his
working contractor on concrete
4'' Tuesday. to spend Christmas home Tuesday night. Interesting structures that has operated duringthe Tampa December 24.-Bicycle
here with Mr. Silks.'
games were played and delicious refreshments ogress of the lake work. They racing which will involve a trip over

served late in the even- have at present a contract on some the greater portion of the state, will May pleasant memories
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Miller left
jetty work at West Palm Beach and be one of the special attractions at Of the jolly old season

Thursday for Mayport where they Thos present included: June Hooker to this job the older men with the the Florida State Fair this year ac- '

will spend the holidays: Leah Richland, Renee Wethington company were transferred. cording ,to plans which have just Linger long ,after :

Roberta Spicer, 'Margaret Von been announced here. The holidays are over. '
James J. Harrington, Jr., arrived Mach, Rhunelle McGehee, Barbara CHRISTMAS OF 1936 On January 12 a score of teams
this week from New York to spend Smith Julia Ann FINDS FARMER WITH 'of
Oglesby, Nicky comprised one boy and one girl .
the holidays here with his father. clnffh, Sherwood Hall, ,Billy Perry, INCREASE IN INCOME representing the principal 'cities' of Ed Heath ,'aY a arl

--- immie and Billy Davis, FrancisWMght the state, will leave Tampa on their
j- : Marcia Avant and Gainesville, Fla.-Christmas 1936
Miss Wilbur
and Billy Owen. bikes with Plant City scheduled as
'inds the Florida farmer in better '
Goff visitors in'est Palm
the first stop.
: Lakeland: Orlando, I
financial condition than he has beenin
po- Beach Monday. LARRY KNAPP: IS 1

I; :MARRIED: IN CHICAGO at Christmas time in several years. ;

'i. > Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and sons, To support this statement, officials \

:it ',:: :, Bob and Dick, spent Monday in West Larry :M., Knapp, an employee ofthe :)f die State Agricultural Extension:: \
f 'Palm Beach. U. ,S. Engineers in their draught- Service point to an increase of about I
'P. : Ij
'" ,." -- !ig room here, surprised his many 15 percent in agricultural income for ,

_" Mr. and Mrs.: H. 0., Peters and lends by sending them Christmas 1936 over that of' 1935.: Total receipts -

;; daughter, LaDeen, spent the week- aids I from Chicago, where he has from sale of farm products

-, been vacationing, on which was written :and federal payments during the
end with Mr. and "Mrs. W. F. Strap-
" son. that he would return to Clewis- nine months period from January

ton shortly after the holidays with through September of this year were .

i.[:, Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, Mrs. M. C. his wife. $80,934,000, as compared with the

:' .:, Johnson and Barbara Bob and Billy No details of the wedding are J

''I,. Broadfoot spent Monday in Fort known nor are they: likely to be

Myers., learned until the couple arrive hereto

J make their home. Mr. Knapp's h

," ... Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and t\\:o children by a former marriage, hc

:. daughter, Emma Jane, left Wednesday will return with them. _
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Workmen have been busy this
tf', ." Mrs L. E. Edwards and Frank
week excavating a spot in front of
',, Jr. arrived from Sa-
:; Ray, Saturday the Administration Building where I
Y vannah to visit with Mr. Edwards !
the new flagpole will be placed The
tj::';<:: and Mr. and Mrs.. Ray. hole was dug and the pole will be Of all gifts none will be finer than having had the pleasure of being :
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.8--;", placed in the sidewalk leadIng into "i
R. ; ; Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. A. A. of service to you in the past. v
he main entrance of the building.The .
.:. .. Munroe, Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mrs. G. B. \I If.
foundation has already been ..
Rackstraw and Mrs. J. E. Johnson -f.: ,, .: \ ,.j
/\ :; 'were shopping, in West Palm Beach placed and concreted in and within afew .. .:...:. ;, :.: Dr. J. W. Ezelle ,;.\, :"_ ..,"-i'/f'.-".., .. i,
: '. days the joints of the metal 1c.:'" .' <
,-'. Monday. B E 51- .
WuI-9'gE.B ,
., ,4< pole will he erected to make a, pole : \ : :

;'r"" .., Mr. and Mrs.-W.:-C. Prewitt visit- 'ome fifty or sixty feet in height. r I
:' The concrete' walk will be built
ed in Fort Meade Saturday and Sun-
around the base, of the pole,and in Wishing you
ritday.: Mrs Prewitt's mother, Mrs.
: he circle will be planted a flower
':.ll:' Whatley, returned with them for In the heartiest wayA I

.;l..:..,,f>,. Christmas. bed.The U. S. Sugar Corporation has very happy holidayFor

also arranged for a flag and pole I
Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Williams and and family.
you your
'. Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford and for the Harlem negro school which (

r children are spending Christmas day will) be erected soon. Sugarland ServiceStation

' "' as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Grov-

j_. I er Poole in Canal Point. \MERICAN" TiOY OFFERS
l Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Schwartzand

daughter, of Baton Rouge, La., During the coming year American

: are spending the holidays here with Boy stories will take readers into

M-' her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ro- thundering transport planes, into
and the Caribbean
gero. ,Annapolis through
with the navy into the soundless -

z John Kettl is recuperating this tangles of Georgia's Okefenokee

,week from injuries received the first swamp, and even into an imaginary 1

of the week when he slipped in the future of space ships, strange machines b
bathtub at his home. Two ribs were and science. All are swift-,

fractured in the fall. moving instructive and gripping. I 93b
There'll be stories of the true ad-

Misses Betty Spicer, Ruth Knightand ventures of David Irwin, the young

Helen Gate arrived Saturday man who, for four years, alone, wan-

from Tallahassee to spend the holiday dered across the arctic barrens by .

4 with relatives here. All are stu- dog team, going months without seeing /.f>':' J" <,', 't <
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human being and eating only .
; ,, at Florida State College for a '
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fish. And there'll be RoscoeTurner's l..i : ; ? We Wish for You <*/;
frozen '
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Inside story > ':'
r $'. I CHRISTMASCHEER .iO Life's Best Things, ;. ;''':,
air race. '
Richard and George Bestor arrived :
There'll be advice, on hobbies,!I <\ .
home for the holidays Saturday. Mrs. I I ,,' and a ,
Bestor drove to Gainesville, where sports tips from famous coaches and .: .I (
: Richard Is attending Florida University players, suggestions on money-earn I I I Merry Christmas.CLEWISTON .
r low-cost travel, and articleson .
4 to meet them. George is attending ing and "j :
;'r Georgia Tech. dog training, nature's oddities', I

,1 1 I and tomorrow's airplanes. I I Greetings and Best Wishesfor

:.'. R. L. Smith returned Tuesday af- There'll be stories about the favorite .
fix Happinessat .
ternoon from Sarasota where he h8.S characters of a million boys- .

been for the past two weeks since Bonehead Tierney, detective; Square Chrifatmas REALTY &. : !

the accident In which his fiancee, Taw Davis, engineer; Hide-rack, the

r : Miss Ellen Phillip, was seriousl -("'}-gold collie; Alan Kane, scientist; DEVELOPMENT COMPANY '
t ..;;i ; injured. He reports that Miss Philips "1 Lee, midshipman. J. F. Tippey

t.;," ., 's; is now believed to be out o f The American Boy costs only $1a i 1 1

-r danger although she will be confined v-'ar, Or $2 for three years, foreign i I II \
.{ ::. to her bed' for some time from L inscriptions 50 cents a year extra. '

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I have always felt that religion was

B RIG H T MARY SCHUMANN V@VJrQ ( something-Mary Pickford.It to be lived. not discussed.

is so much easier to be enthusiastic
than to reason.-Mrs. Frank

.,\ ( ) A 111k lin No D. one Roosevelt.can doubt that China is

5 TAR one day destined to he among the
Copyright by Macrae Smith Co. most powerful nations. Pearl S.

\VNTJ Service (/rm Uc 11Jft Buck.
n think worn n are giving upmen's
ideas about
I life and stepping
'I.': QoaQO ABOUT Rumania.back to the home.-Queen Marie of

; cigarette? How about two?" fats, the Debarrys, newcomers
it two," she answered from Virginia, the east anJ England Measuring for Weight Youth will be served. Middle-age
: She was proud hopeful until in the nineteen thirtiesthe NUMBER of I should be.-Fannie Hurst.
years ago The people who make
A wars never
would have takena
happy. relationships attempted to get out have trouble getting the to
first Hugh Pendleton had genealogical expert to unravel. do it with.-Gen. D.Butler.
for Smedley ,
and tables
out from Connecticut in the The society of the town was,, a spi height weight
1802, made his way with der-web of distant 'cousinship. turn- children and adults. I had at my

and an ox team over the ing up at unexpected places. Muchof disposal many thousands of
( :; mountain roads, and tak- I the leadership of old Hugh Pen- measurements-my own and It's Easy to Crochet
land the dleton had descended to the men of
along Penachang
-in Ohio. He built a cabin the family; the women had grace others provided by various or- This Set of Lace Filet

the stream and traded with and fastidiousness. Alien blood ganizations.The .
settlers and the wandering mingled with theirs, warm olood, measurements used by ----

of Indians. He sent for his cold blood, but something racial insurance and health organiza-

his wilt, with three small persisted. tions were and are a good guide
and his two brothers. Fluvanna was the great-great-
I but do not to classify
started a store which flour- granddaughter of the first Hugh, attempt
as the settlement grew into a I descending through Hugh, his son. according to build.
He made trips to Pitts-' Her father had been Ely Pendleton, I started by taking the height
by boat for supplies and bar- and she ,his only child-a swaying, sitting ,down instead of standing up
or sold, according to the need anemone creature, fine-boned as because in two per-
individual. most of the Pendleton women were. sons of the same
I the word traveled Light brown hair grew back froma height a long pairof
that two settlers, Wyant and curving hairline; the tracery of legs attached to
had erected a blast furnace the brows above full eyelids might a short body shouldnot
shore of the river a few have been done by a pencil stroke; be expected to
above the settlement. They the nose was sensitive; the mouth weigh as much as
,; out stoves, kettles ana cast- curved and wistful. a short pair 6f legs

crude in appearance, but Although James Marsh had been attached- to a long
welcomed among them as a cousinof body.
trips to Pittsburgh had the Clements, there was not a The next step was
I his interest in 'the need great deal of approval of the marriage the measurement of
of James and Fluvanna. NN """-"'" the chest expansionDr.
I There local Barton the Pattern 5520
were grievances-fami- and the girth of

i lies whose sons had yearned for chest. I attemptedto A bit of humble string-this gor-
Fluvanna and been passed over. relate this with the girth of the geous peacock pattern andprestoyou're
Although pride in clothes was a waist and hips. the proud owner of
Pendleton credo, James was Another step 'was the relationof
dainty filet lace chair sets, scarf
thought to lean toward too greatan the chest width to the chest ends, or buffet sets! Fascinating
elegance in dress. His hand- depth. The width of the baby's
needlework, the K stitch sets off
some bearing was no novelty; chest is about the same in the design effectively. Even be-
fr many of the men had that; they measurement as the depth but as ginners will find this pattern an

suspected his grace, his flattery, as the youngster grows it increasesmore easy way to add to their prestigeas
qualities which did not go with the in width than .it does in depthso needlewomen. In pattern 5520
solid virtues of monogamy. As the that the proportion might be_ as you will find instructions and
years went by, the older ones shook 8 in width to 7 in depth before the charts. for making the set shown;

their heads oracularly as reportsof teen age, as 9 in width to 7 in depthat an illustration of it and of all the
his irregularities came in-gam- and during the teen age, and as stitches needed; material require-
bling, drinking, neglecting his busi- 10 in width to 7 in depth in the ments.To .
ness, Ely Pendleton looking grim adult. -
obtain this pattern send 15
: and Fluvanna, gay in company, Then there was the width of cents in stamps or coins (coins 0
but when off guard, seeming fright- shoulders and width of hips to con- preferred) to The Sewing Circle, '
ened and distrait. sider. Certainly a girl 5 feet 4 inches
259 W. Fourteenth St., New York,
t Ely Pendleton died suddenly, and in height with narrow hips and N. Y. '
Fluvanna and her family moved in- shoulders should not weigh within
tc the old house with her mother of Write plainly your name, address -
10 or 12 pounds as much as one
who was an invalid. A year or two the same height with wide shouldersand o and pattern number.

of comparative ease and prosperity hips.
followed. James was thoughtful toward Then the age of the increased

(d the suffering Bother; debts development became a factor in
r were paid; the feverish prosperityof trying to get out tables of height
the War was on. James made and weight. I found, as have many
money in the ,stock market and it,, others, that while a boy may in-
; 1)) '2? erased the galling sense of obliga-' crease at the rate of one to one
tion he had left when old Ely, stern- and a half inches yearly up to the

L."A Was. Proud, Hopeful, Unut- I browed, thin-lipped, had met his age of thirteen or fourteen, from
terably Happy. pressing deficits. Mrs. Pendletondied fourteen to seventeen years of age
0 just after Armistice day, and he will increase from 2 to 3 inches
in a new community, and
James was very kind that winter. each year.Similarly.
idea' took
form as he
Then business took a holiday, girls increase in heightat
out coffee and tea and
stocks slumped, and Fluvann be- the same, often at a faster rate
talked of it to his sons,
gan a gradual parting with the in- of twelve
than boys up to the age
Caleb and Silas, and fired
her father had left in
come trust when they will increase at twice
; youthful imaginations. for her. Her mother's had
money the prevxious yearly rate until the
died and Nash moved on
left her
been to
unconditionally, and age of fourteen to sixteen.
: abandoning the simple
that went in appalling amounts to Your
Consider Width'
while and .
Hugh figured
cover the very good securities, sure "If you're worried about your dth
and explained to his sons. to hit a hundred and ten, which with his the
the before
Pendleton boys went into weight, as compared aver dub
James bought
on margin.
'when they grew up, age for your height, forget, it-con- p NEOe o bed
another furnace. By the The more James lost: the more sider your width." That's the ad- o
he drank the oftener he
was seen
forties, Hugh Junior, Caleb and vice of Dr. Helen Brenton Pryor,
morose truculent, leaningover
Pendleton the assistant women's medical examiner .
were own- his
; a'successful iron works cards late at night, playing Stanford university.Dr. At night, Sonny is tired out; resist- ,
with men who were luckie: than he. Pryor has worked out "widthheight" ance is lowered; circulation slows up; :7
employed eighteen hundred Late afternoon the
one town
rang tables based on five years congestion seems worse.
with the news that he had killed of 10,000 children and Rub his chest with Penetro at bed-
study some
Pendletons intermarried with himself. time. It's made with mutton suet and
,' the Renshaws, the Mof- (TO BE CONTINUED), college students. concentrated medication. ((113% to
Instead of one normal weight as 227% more medication than any other
given on height tables, her scales nationally sold cold salve.)' Penetro
Tragedy Is ReEnactedWith give seven averages based on widthas warms his chest, opens pores, creates 'I
well as height. Thus, if a girl of counter-irritation to help Nature increase I
Fossils at Natural History Museum eighteen is 5 feet, 4 inches tall, she blood flow and relieve congestion.Its .

might, normally weigh as little as aromatic vapors help open up stuffy.

of 20,000 years ago or selves. The more they struggled, 107 pounds if the width from the nasal For passages.free sample of, stainless, snow-
; is re-enacted in a group of the more deeply insnared they be- top or crest of one hip Lone to white Penetro, write Penetro, Dept. S23 I
g. animals at Field Museum of came. Their outcries attracted the top or crest of the other is about Memphis, Tenn. At all druggists. i
; History in Chicago. The predatory animals which gatheredto 9& inches, or as much as 133 poundsif
; is reproduction of a part feed on the helpless prey, and she measures 12Vj inches. Relieve watery Nose head Drops.colds '
with Penetro
famous Rancho la Brea as- these in turn were themselves This measurement is taken across Two drops in each nostril
beds ox Los Angeles. caught in the death grip of the fhe center of the body from the PEtlrTP then B-R-E-A-T-H-E. 25c. '
skeletons of four prehis- asphaltum. Thus the accumulation top of one' hip bone to the top of the 50c and $1 bottles. Trial '

istr animals-a sabertooth tiger of ,carcasses went on and on, other. size 10c. At all druggists.
I ( calif ornicus), a' sloth the bones finally settling to the bot- a a THE SALVE WITH ABASE OF -
I ), an early .type of tom of the pools where they were Vegetables in Liquid Form OLD FASHIONED MUTTON SUET i
(Equus occidentalis, and an preserved by the asphaltum. "For the busy man who hates
; species of bison (bison an- Within historic times, also, ranchmen wasting his time at meals New York

)-are seen as they met their of the district have found it :snack bars offer a machine which A PRODUCT OF PLOUGH INC, MEMPHIS-NEW YORKWHEN
many centuries ago by be- necessary to be on the alert in or- crushes up raw spinach, carrots,
: mired in a pool of asphal- der to rescue calves and colts watercress, potatoes, apples and "" .
:: The tar-like substance had which unwarily wandered into the oranges and extracts their juice.

r up through the rock, like asphaltum pools to drink, says Mr. From its spigot runs apple-green
I in a spring and accumulated Riggs. Bones of the domestic ani- liquid, a pint of which is guaranteedto
surface of the ground. mals are to be found in certain of be a full size vegetarian meal "",
the rainy seasons such the later pools, while the older complete with vitamins and min- n \
were covered with water pools contain only those of crea- eral salts. The meal takes half a Samples are advertisedask
masked the asphaltum minute to consume." t
mass, tures now extinct. Remains of for them either '- -
they became effective natural about one hundred extinct animals The above item from the Reader's :
traps that insnared untold have been found in the tar pools. Digest tells its own story. The importance ,through the merchant ,
; of animals which came to of raw 'vegetables in the .
Rancho la Brea is of importanceto or by mail and then ,
diet because of the very necessary
to Elmer
according S. Riggs,
science' because it is the best
curator ot paleontology, vitamins and minerals they con- buy the merchandise,
planned the group. The ani- example known in which an en- tain has been so stressed by health if: like it, from f
tire of land you
did not become aware of the system writers that many readers feel that
until their feet were mired been caught and preserved as fossils they must eat them daily if they our local merchants.

sticky asphaltum and they in a single deposit, Mr. Riggs are to be kept in good health.

t unable to extricate them-. states. Western Newspaper Union.

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Outdoing Webster Foreign Words ,-

, A on Interpretations and Phrases *

I Blue--Sky, a streak, black writing OUR COMIC SECTIONTHE Ad libitum. (L.) At will; as

I;' ink.Green. much as one pleases.
I' Lettuce leaves, jealousy Cela va sans dire. (F.) That

Sk immigrant. goes without saying; it is obvious. '
Purple Violets, rage, some Bambino. (It.) A little boy;
socks. more especially the Christ child.
White A baby's soul, lilies, Desunt caetera. (L.) The rest is
blue shirts laundered. T.*. Something to Ponder On wanting; the citation is incom-

Short-lived Wife's vacation, plete. ,
wear-ever ties, a blond-e's love. WELL-1: HI EVER-/ YOLJV L MO- REALLY ? ifABODT Elixir vitae. (L.) Elixir of life. .

Fresh Vegetables, paint-that BEEN SITTINGTMERE' WHAT? JJ ABOUT AH-I I WAS Laudator temporis acti. (L.)
we touch, butter-and-egg men. LIKE\ THAT FOR A HALF J One who praises bygone times.
: >EI5it4 I <3WHAT
High-Clouds, mountain peaks, HOUR/ WHAT'S" < Majestatsbeleidigung. (Ger.) ,a
......., cover charges. IT ,AUL BOuT Z' THE NAME OF High treason. -
Poisonous-Laudanum, ivy (poi- / HUM? WNY- PAUL REVERES Naivete. (F.) Native simplicity. :

,' son ivy), staying' home one night. _x x / AH- 1WE ; HORSE WAS Salus populi suprema est lex. ,
Fierce Lions, tigers, sour $EEN'tfINKING r (L.) The welfare of the people is i

,' ketchup. \ \ the souri.supreme) law. (Motto of Mis- _:L,

.. :r3SA :;;
.;, Beauty of Goodness Philippine Government '...;

\. Did it ever strike you that On November 14, 1935, a proc- ',
goodness is not merely a beautiful lamation certifying the freedom :./
thing, but the beautiful thing; of the Philippine Islands and the ,:'

.. .. '" by far the most beautiful thing, in election of officials chosen by bal- ,,;.
j., the world; and that badness is lot in the islands on September : :j

i .. not merely an ugly thing, but the 17 was signed by President Roosevelt '::':),
ugliest thing in the world? C. a few minutes after noon. At /'Ji

Kingsley. Manila occurred the inaugural '.

[ ceremonies for President Manuel -_ .
Quezon on the steps of the Legis-

! SOOTHING TO NORSE 2 NO- ME RODE A '- 'IOU SOT SOME-rHIt-J NAME ? NOW I WONDER ernment is now in its trial period "/'
I with a president and a republican ..-
IT A .
r ) TIRED EYESModern IS VLSI :, ABOUT HIM 'IS WHr >HS NAME was. form of. government. :, } '

PACs '.
II WELL f< OWN--- ..;l;' :
living puts such a strain on the eyes
that more and more people are finding Munne 13U-r I I'VE OFTENWONDERED \:
as necessary as a dentifrice in their morning WHAT I(
: and evening toilet routine. Munne gently and i I e4DAE
pleasantly relieves! Irritation, washes away the HE CALLED: THE :
invisible dust gives amazing comfort when ?
eyes are watery and inflamed by a cold.Murine lj ) MACsr
is a physicians formula containing 7 ingredients (
of proven value in proper care of the eyes.In use .
lot 40 years.Today-&ct Munne your drug store. I
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Kicks and Kicks

In getting a "kick out of life" 1,
some of the kicks come from the S

wrong direction. '


to Relieve CoughsQUICKLY {.

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Much in Common :
IT'S BY relieving both irritated tissues of the FINNEY OF THE FORCE &I IdSzK. Voice in Inexperience Best company in the world to a >{
throat and bronchial tubes. One set of ingredients t
man may be another man of forty ; ::
in FOLEY'S HONEY fc TAR quickly S :
who likes people. i, k;'
relieves tickling hacking coughing coats 3UT-BUT-OV 'Lo l 10No6UDDy ; ;
and soothes irritated throat linings to keep you ,
from coughing.Another set actually enters the POr4'T KNOW .
affected bronchial tubes i :<
blood reaches the
T' 1
loosens phlegm helps break up cough andspeeds HOW BROADCAST AN5WERS-WAt- AskforGENUINE '-r' :
recovery. Check a cough due to a cold :'::7. 1
before it gets worse, before others catch it. UST SiT IMPROMT E N NYHoW CAR j ,,;,,
Check it with FOLEY'S HONEY & TAR. ; ..;
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e It gives quick relief and spteded-up recovery; irtvi .- OF THAT NO.y- ERE BEtCsNT g .1
"MIKE" AND READ IIBlr? j\i ':)
A Fop AT ELM C J -;
Laugh, but Be Cautious THE ME55ACES:6a4i t WI I.NELM -=i--it.-.'!.:. /.
Laugh at your troubles if you '!
will, but don't get into the same : _. ( STiTSpQ MADE STRONGER LAST LONGER :

ones over and over. Coleman SILK-LITE Mantles, made ,':i

especially for use on pressure mantle .:,
I lamps and lanterns,give you more 0 ":j
light and better light. Their triple >.);
lock weave makes them stronger- '.:;
they last longer. Cost less to use. .
Idl I Ithat :;.,
They are made from high Quality
rayon fibre, specially treated with 'l a
light-producing, chemicals;correct in '\1
-E'k_ size, shape and weave to providemore ,:
exceeds the rigid require- lj" and better light. Withstand ;,.',
ments of the United States Phar- .tiL1iLii11lt. u severe shocks. x
macopoeia. At all druggists. ASK YOUR DEALER foreenuineColemanSILKLITE '"'
Mantles. If be cannot supply you.send :
ALI.1 HECK KIND OH, THEY Dept.WU173, Wichita, Kan; Chicago lit| .<';
O / OF MESSAGES A NEW PROGRAM Philadelphia,Pa.; Loa Angeles Calif. (6173) .'o::':;


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of exercise and injudicious eating X +
for Rheumatic
recognized Remedy ,
make stomachs acid. You must neu- and Neuritis sufferers. A perfect Blood '
tralize stomach acids if would Purifier. Makes thin Blood Rich and
you DOC'S TKEAT you carry the two suitcases.-Atch- house for $5,000 you vowed to me Healthy. Builds Strength and Vigor.
soundly all night and wake up feeling ison Globe. that in three months I wouldn't \ Always Effective Why suffer?

refreshed and really fit. part with it for $10,000. -,.,,,.IIiIIct-I.J.g'J'l'I'1!! t-Nf..__
Equipment Real Estate Agent Yes, that's
4 "Do you think the police are as exactly what I said. You haven't WNU-7 5236Do
good as they used to be?" asked Mr. parted with it, have you-Path- ,
Rafferty. finder Magazine.
"I do not," answered Mr. Dolan.

"In my day all a policeman neededwas Problems"Do

"What's the doctor treating you his two feet and a club. Now you understand the problemsof e e
for?" he needs a motor cycle and a ma- agriculture?"

TAKE "Various things. Seems to think chine gun." "Not all of' them," said Farmer
MILNESIASMilnesia you suffer burning, scanty or
he's treating me for a swollen. Corntossel.
the original milk of frequent urination; backache,
magnesia fortune. Strictly Amateur "Which do you consider the hard- headache dizziness loss of
in wafer form, neutralizes stomach acid. He-You don't suppos.. I'm the est?" leg pains, swellings and puffiness energy
Each wafer equals 4 teaspoonfuls of milk Really Quite Lovely sort of fellow who kisses any and "Mortgages and compound. inter- under the eyes? Are you tired, nerv-
Lieutenant- (roaring with girl, do ? ous-feel
of Thin rage)- every you est. : all unstrung And don't
crunchy, mint-flavor, Who told you to put those flowerson She-Heavens, no! If you did know what is wrong?
tasty. 20c, 35c & 60c at drug stores the table? you'd know something about' kiss- SEASON'S OVERt Then give some thought fo your
35c & 6Ocbottles Steward-The commander, sir. ing.-Stray Stories Magazine. J kidneys. Be sure they function proper
Lieutenant-Pretty, aren't they? ly for functional kidney disorder per-
Right tat, Wrong Head mits excess waste to stay in the blood,
02Oc Insignificant Worm Stude-You know that girl? and to poison. and upset the whole
-" tins Wife (hearing husband arrive Dude-No. jII111 system.

'/ home Husband after hours-Who is that? Stude-Then why'd you tip your t, :: JII11! f kidneys Use Doan'i only.They Pills.are Doan's recommendedthe are For the

Er-hardly anybody, hat to her? world over. You can get the genuine -
STh i dear.-Stray Stories Magazine.Too Dude-My. brother kno vs her time-tested Doan's at Any drug
and it's his hat. store.
VraCCT wNTI aC.D Careful 0 0" ._<._ 4J ..
The Bride-Now George let's not Just What He Said Bug-How do you feel today?
rIM Original Milk of Magnesia Wafer act like a bridal couple. House Buyer Look here, you Caterpillar-Bum, don't you see I DOANS PILLS
The Bridegroom-All right dear; swindler, when you sold me that I'm on my last legs.


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