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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 3, 1937
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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'VOLUME 11, NUMBER' 47 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMJDER 3, 1937 SUBSCRIPTION. $:1.00 YEAR

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I GLADES K LINES ,ARE AAA TO HOLD PUBLIC I Boys Have Narrow R. F. C. Starts Foreclosure-


Escape In Wreck

! TO PUT ,NEW BUS HEARING ON WAGE I -- Suit For I

Everglades Land
Bill Lockhart and Pat, McGehce I II

ON CLEWISTON RUNA RATES FOR LABOR received in an some automobile severe cuts wreck and Friday bruises -I ) I


afternoon which might easily have Belle Glade Station To 10,000 Acres Affected

new bus schedule, giving additional -' The Agricultural Adjustment Ad- resulted fatally. The boys were returning -

service to the Glades, has I I I from a trip to West Palm Test Thermometers In South Florida Con-
hearing
been adopted by the Glades "K" Mo- building I I II ;i i Beach. A car behind them attempted ... ", ,

tor Lines, which operates between j I I i to pass them just as they were meeting District
Clewiston tomorrow, Saturday, December servancy
: West Palm Beach and Fort Myers. I (i a Dodge sedan. The car'' which Phillip J. Powell, assistant met-

! Beginning December first, a new 4th, to determine wage rates I,had been driving behind them for erologist for the U. S. Weather Bureau -
I
bus, which makes a complete round for sugar cane laborers. I II (several miles struck Bill Lockhart'scar made the announcement Mon- A move of far-reaching effect vrai

trip, between Fort Myers and West The hearing will also consider tore a wheel from it and threwit that seen in the acquisition this week by
day on Tuesday, December 7
Palm Beach each day, was placedin I I prices the AAA will require processors into the approaching Dodge, the Reconstruction Finance Corporation -

service, This gives Clewiston an"i to pay growers. wrecking bath cars and spilling the thermometers will be tested for all of state and county tax certificates -

extra bus each way each day. The new sugar control act authorizes six occupants on the highway. The who desire the service at the State on the tax delinquent pro.

The Glades "K" Line now operates -(I the government to establish car which caused the wreck did'not Experimental Farm: at Belle Glade. perties within the South Florida .J,

t the following buses: i "fair and reasonable" wage rates stop. The service Is given free under the Conservancy District, a special ,

: Leaving West Palm Beach at 7:15 and prices to be paid by growers and Lockhart was knocked uncon- auspices of the Federal and State drainage district in the lake sec- !

\ A. M., arriving Clewiston 9:35 and processors who apply for benefit scious, Pat was thrown against the Horticultural Protection Service of tion of Palm Beach and Hendry

1 continuing to Fort Myers at 12 payments. I windshield, and received a severe Lakeland.An Counties. The significance in this !

noon. arm laceration and other injuries.The opportunity is thus affordedfor move Is that it may be possible that j

II Leaving Fort Myers 8 A. M., arriving Kiwanians Begin To Dodge was occuped by a Mr. everyone in the lake section to some kind of action will be taken In I

I Clewiston 9:45 A. M., continuing Schroeder and a Mr. Davis, both have their thermometer checked and every drainage' district where a loan

to West Palm Beach at Make Xmas Plans West Palm ,Beach real estate deal- to discover how much variance there has been made for construction and 1

I 12:15. ers, and two other men. Their car, is.between the government thermo- maintenance and where the 'landowners I

Leaving West Palm Beach at -- a 1938 Dodge sedan, was completely meters and their own private ones. of the district have not paid j

10 A. M., arriving in Clewiston This will be all the their taxes the
'I' The Kiwanis Club at its meeting wrecked, and the occupants bad- one day time so district officials 1

. 12:35 P. M., then leaving Clewis Wednesday held a round table discussion ly scratched and bruised. Eye witnesses allotted to the lake, section and the could keep up the loan payments. j

ton 1:30 P. M., and returning to of several plans for the I to the, accident, including the bureau Is anxious that as many as Foreclosure proceedings were instituted !

West Palm Beach at 4:15. work of the Club. Among them I four occupants of the 'Dodge, ex- will avail themselves of the service. by the R. F. ,C. Immediately j|
Leaving Clewiston 7:00 A. M. arriving .- onerated Lockhart of blame in Thermometers may be mailed to
were plans for the Christmas work any to get title, to about 10,000 acres in
West Palm Beach 9il5: A. M., I the experimental station for check-
the accident. The driver of the oar
I I of the Underprivileged Child com- the district on which taxes are delinquent I'
and leaving West Palm Beach at 6 ing but return must be included
mittee. Dr. J. W. Ezelle is chairman i which caused the wreck has not postage and in an attempt to put

,I P. 1and returning to, Clewistonat of this committee and outlined some I been located. the lands back on the tax rolls. The .j
8:30 P. M.
of the things which the Club hopesto R. F. C. has no wish to own the i

Buses leave Clewiston for West accomplish during the holiday lands but are hopeful that their action 1

I Palm Beach at 7:00 and 10:00 A. season. will cause the landowers to redeem -
i M., and at 1:30 and 5:05 P. :M., The Story of Sugar Productionthe I
T. B. Shelley reported on attend- their property at once and by I
daily. Buses for Fort Myers leave I
ance at a meeting of the Kiwanis doing so pay up the debt service tax-
Clewiston 9:35 A. M. and at
, at Club of Punta Gorda recently. Tomis By Edith L. Rackstraw sugar content is greatest near es which will enable the district to I
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4:45 P. M., daily. chairman of the Inter-Club Rela- the base and the green tops contain meet its obligations. However, every
i A complete schedule appears ,In When you use sugar on your table less and impurities. clear
tionship committee and during his sugar more step Is being taken to assure
: another column of this issue. do ever think of how much I
:1 absences from Clewiston frequently you After being cut and stripped, the title to the lands and in the event
work it requires to make each spark-
attends other clubs as guest. cane is cut into four foot lengthsand lands are not redeemed by the own-

::1 i Mrs. Crouch Injured Rev. Forest C. Taylor has been I ling grain? Many people have seen piled in orderly rows. Cane ers then the 'R. F. C. ,will offer It 1 I

:! welcomed to membership in the Kiwanis the growing sugar cane and have wagons are backed between these for sale. Most of the land in the 1!

!: In Automobile Wrecks Club. Rev. Taylor has long admired the vast expanse of ''waving rows and loaders proceed to fill the district is rich muck, soil devoted to \

I green tops, and many have been .This too growing of truck crops and sugarcane i
been a member of Kiwanis and oth- wagons. operation, requires -
er civic clubs. His Kiwanis membership heard to observe that they could not care. Not only must the cane and should be easily sold if not ;

I Ii'- Mrs. J. M. Crouch of' Lake Harbor is of long standing, and he's j understand how any juice could be be placed in the wagon in orderly redeemed.The .

I CI r, ) mother of M. H. Crouch, was a past president and has attended as}obtained' from anything so dry look- fashion, so that the wagon will ,hold district owes to the R. F. C. {
V; ing as some of the cane appears to
severely lacerated about the head
delegate a Kiwanis International the required amount, approximate a little more than $600,000 and as
and legs Friday afternoon: in an accident convention.R. be. But that is where our story' be- ly four tons, but the ends of the security for this Indebtedness theR.

which occurred near Lake N. Smith, who recently returned gins.We cane must overlap in order that the F. C. holds approximately $935-

Harbor when the car in which she from six weeks' stay in Savannah will take a trip through' one contents of the wagon will stay mas- 008 in .district' bonds and other obligations -

and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. J. E. spoke briefly of his visit. of the plantations of the United sed together when picked up at the of the district. The districtis

Crouch, were riding ran into the The Club plans to have Dr. O. States Sugar corporation on Lake hoist and emptied into railroad cars. limited by legislative act I as to i

rear of a truck parked beside the F. Schiffli speak at one of its corn Okeechobee, and follow through the From four to six cane wagons are the amount of tax which it may levy

road. The daughter-in-law received ing meetings on his recent trip process of sugar making. Our start for
coupled together, forming a "train" for debt service purposes and
minor injuries, but Mrs. Crouch's I through several European countries.F. will be in the field where sugar drawn by a tractor to the hoist at maintenance and operation so with
condition serious. She was taken is being Pieces of cane
was cane planted.
the railroad siding. Here heavy one third of the lands off the tax
to Belle Glade where the attend-, not less than three budded jointsin
M. Barbee DrownedIn chains are placed around the Contents roll it is considered impossible for
found stitches I in furrows and
ing physician fifty
length are placed of the wagon and the load is I II i the district to meet its debt requirements -
were necessary to close the lacera- covered with 'soil. The sprouting of '
.". Moore Haven LockF. I lifted bodily into a railroad car.' or to maintain and operatethe
tions. At last report her conditionhas the buds starts almost immediatelyand
Each railroad car holds six wagon drainage system.
improved somewhat. within two weeks, with favor-
I loads. A hoist can easily load from I The only solution to the problemas

The ladies were driving behind M. Barbee, 61, for many yearsa able weather, green shoots can be three to four railroad cars an hour. seen by the R. F. C. is to get
another car which turned out ofl I seen the full length of the rows. I
resident of Moore Haven
and well The cane is now ready for its jour- these lands 'back on the tax roll and
the road to pass a truck, but Mrs. 1 Cane matures in different periodsof I
known to Clewiston
residents to the house.
many I ney sugar the acquisition of the tax certifi-
Crouch, thinking the truck was in I time, but an average maturing
drowned .
was Tuesday afternoon When these cars reach the rail- cates appeared to be the most plaus-
motion, merely slowed her speed intending about five o'clock at the Moore period is from 12 to 14 months, cul-
I fertilization road yard at the sugar house, the ible method of protecting its loan ,'
to remain behind the truck tivation and together
Haven locks when the boat in which
yard engine places them within In the district. Other districts are
instead of passing as the other car he with with proper drainage conditions, be-
I I was riding a companion cap- '' reach of a power winch which pro- in much the same shape as this one
had done. Her car, of course, col- ,I sized. His companion, Wm. R. Anderson ing important factors.
vides means of drawing one car at and it is considered probable that
lided with the rear of the truck, and I I of Montana Sugar cane is not planted each
Opheim rescued
,."' a time onto the railroad scales. After the same steps may be taken in other -
the elder Mrs. Crouch was thrown !i himself by clinging to a piling below year, kowever. After the cane is
j : is I
; being weighed, a car mqved sections.
through the windshield by the in1- harvested new growth appears and
the locks and for
waiting a -
II government
pact. I produces the next season's crop. A to'' the "tipping table" and securely John P. Gilmore, R. F. C. representative -
launch to come to his aid. I
fastened It Is here
to its platform.
1 I I from Washington, arrived -
A diligent search was instituted good stand of cane will last from
'
that the average visitor to the sug- in Miami the first of the week
Clewiston Garden Club I by' the U. S. Engineers and Moore four to six :years and even longer.
ar house gets his first view of oper- and came into the Everglades the
With the approach of harvestingtime
Haven citizens for the body but it
I ations. By means of a hydraulicram middle of the week to meet with
in the fall much activity
Now Federation Unit was not until 4:30 Thursday afternoon ,
I1$; the platform with the car attached officials of the drainage district and
that the body was discovered seen in the plantations of the, sugar
I is tilted to a point where the to contact land owners of the district ,I
I about fifty feet from the'' place j I corporation. Equipment necessary to
the
of
, ': The Clewiston Garden Club this where he had last been seen. the taking off of the crop is assem- cane will slide en masse out In an attempt to explain the
, II side of the car which has been .opened to them to redeem
action and
tl' week received notice from the State The, two men had been fishing in bled. Athey truss-wheel cane wagons A must be urge
at the bottom. car
, Federation of Garden Clubs that it the rim canal above the locks and and tractors are alloted each plan- minute's their property before it is offeredfor
in order -
I had been admitted to membership when they came in attempted to tation and railroad cane cars are emptied every seven sale. Mr. Gilmore on Thursday
in the federation vote been I the of plan- to maintain a grinding capacity visited each town around the lake
having moor the boat at the north end of placed on siding every
I taken at a November meeting of the I the locks. The lock gates were par- tation, in readiness for the cuttingof of 5000 tons of cane a day. I from Canal Point to Moore Haven

executive toard of the state group.I tially opened to discharge water cane. For when cane grinding By means of two enormous con- and will probably be headquartered
the cane is transported to I I Belle Glade for several days to
The Garden Club will be a member from the lake and the boat after starts, a steady flow of cane must veyors at

I, of ,District 6, which embraces I Ij getting out of their control was be sent to the sugarhouse to insure the crusher. In the first conveyor Is assist land owners in making out

j West Palm Beach. Tis action wash I swept through the locks by the constant operation. a set of rapidly revolving cane I I redemption certificates.
into
in response to a request of the dwift current, overturning at the Much negro labor is used in har- knives, which cut the cane
small pieces as it"passes" to a second !POSTMASTER SIAS PURCHASES I
cal group which felt its Garden 10-1 lower lock gate. A mark on. Mr. Bar- vesting, which is divided into' two :
set of knives immediately be- LOT FROM DAVE ALSTON
->t: terests were more in common bee's face indicated that he had received operations, the cutting and strippingof
Is the
I crusher
fore the crusher. The
the East Coast district than a severe blow from some un- the cane and the loading into '
I I first unit of the mill and is located Postmaster A. W. Sias has just
that of Central Florida in which I I i known source after leaving the boat:: wagons. The cutting of the cane is

the clubs of Hendry county would which probably caused his drown- I done by regular cane cutters who (Continued on Page 8)MIAMI purchased a lot in the residence
I I section from Dave Alston, and is
ordinarily be placed. ing as he was considered a very : use a knife particularly designed .
The local group voted the firstof good swimmer. for the purpose. It is a broad, keen- STAFF WRITERVIEWS clearing the undergrowth from it

the year to take steps toward,I, The body was taken to Sebring I edged knife somewhat resembling I TERRITORYCecil this week. Although Mr. Sias' plans
becoming member of the state that it are not definite, it is understood he
Thursday evening by the Stephenson a butcher's cleaver except
federation, feeling that it would be I Funeral Home's ambulance and I I has a hook on the end of the 'back staff purchased the lot with a view'to
writer for the it in the near
home on
r benefitted by the membership, particularly -I there prepared for shipment to his edge, used for picking up cane. A building a
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' ;; a in receiving aids for pro- former home in High Point, N., C.,J 1 I good cane cutter will average, cut Miami Daily News, spent few daysin future.

' "'" gram planning and suggestions for I for burial. His widow of Moore 1 1I and load, two tons of cane a day. this locality this week gathering The lot is number 6 in block 203,
,'" material for a feature story on local is located just north of the
and
I definite local work. Haven and one sister, Mrs. W. I Everglades cano attains an enor-
'( I 1'1'1 activities for his daily. Alston home. It is 90 feet deep and
Welborn, of High Point, survive mous height, the stalks sometimes
I I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Morley of I growing as tall as 14 to 16 feet He interviewed several local citizens has a sixty foot frontage.

;i : Binghampton, New York, accompanied I Mrs. Coleman Carlyle and daughter and sometimes even taller. Great and returned with photographsand

!t: by Mr. Morley's parents, Mr. Mary, have arrived from Melbourne -I i care must be exercised in cuttingcane information on development in Mrs. A. P. Wynn, Janice Wynn,

t i 'and Mrs. H. R. Morley of Arcadia, to join Mr. Carlyle who is. close to the base or "stool", Clewiston which will form the basisof Hubert Land and Miss Marcia

: were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. j I employed here by the United States as _,It is called, and topping the a story to appear in an early Issue Avant were visitors In Arcadia Sun-

I kit I; I. M. Pafford. Sugar corporation. a I stalk "where it shows green", as of the Miami Daily News, day. .. '

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. THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1937


..
IVetcs: Review of Current Et cunts.

Z&Phi1Se inilii; Gift of HumorI


U. S.-BRITISH TRADE, PACTTreaty HAD rather be strong, af- /'
fectionate
loyal, noble
Planned That May Affect International Relations minded than be the best humorist -

in the world, yet if the
.Of Her Own Making Insistent Demand for Modification of Tax Laws gift of humor be added to these

graces you have a combination -
Sometimes when a woman recklessly that is absolutely irresistible

debunks her husband to his Lt/14)? about because you have a per
';;face, she breaks his spirit and fect sense of proportion that

'finds she is linked to a worthless Sports, Broadcasters. never allows emotion to degen-

,man. MONICA CALIF. erate into gush or virtue into
Everybody deserves some compliments SANTA rigidity.

See that he gets them.If .y RI u4Ak said that there Thus I say that humor is a

onej.,hasn't much to lose, one .orn were always two big sporting kind of divine and crowning

can contemplate his misfortunewith events-the one, Graham Mc- grace in a character, becauseit

quite complacent philosophy. ? Namee saw and the one that means an artistic sense of

He who goes with wolves learnsto actually took place.But proportion, a true and vital tolerance -
howl. a power of infinite for
Human nature doesn't change alongside the present sports giveness.-Arthur Benson.

and oughtnot to; else we wouldn't broadcasters, Graham's wildest
know how to handle it. flight would sound
like the dulcet twit- .
Good Deed Is Never Lost ters of a timid love a',,.: ;

He who sows courtesy, reaps bird as compared I A Mother Speaks"I I
friendship; and he who plants with the last ravings a. '

kindness, gathers love. of John McCul- .
The whose faults the lough. g-. ;j
man are
hold aloft the torch and set it
kind everyone can talk openly Coaches brag of
farther'on.
about-and does-is generally be 1Yr the'lowered percentage ,
: "I have gone down to the brinkof
loved. of serious foot-
dark waters and from the cold
An absorbing"survey" shouldbe ball accidents this -JC ..
shadows back and
brought warm
a survey of one's own faults. fall. But oh, think of I
life.
precious
Make a list. the radio descrip-
Better JudgmentThere Representative J. R. Mitchell of Tennessee (left), and RepresentativeMarvin tionists who'll wind Irvin S. Cobb "I am an inspiration and a vic-

Despite Jones of Texas, chairman of the house agriculture committee, up the season suf- tim.
is nothing in knowing discussing: farm problems at a meeting of the committee to draft the new fering from nervous exhaustion, "I have known reverence and in-

what not to do, if you bullheadedly -, farm bill. wrecked vocal chords, violent rushof gratitude, adoration and neglect.

go ahead and do it, anyway. loud words to the mouth, com "I have felt griefs that endless
The kind of charity that appealsto madness.You'll torment could not make more
plete collapse, even
your heart is the kind that can UI. keen.
PicIuuc.d be the rest
be bestowed without hurting. the passing cure "I have known the callous cruelty -
sanitarium and the windows
feelings of the recipient. as I of indifference the,pain of being -
SUMMARIZES THE
WORLD'S WEEK burst outward, you'll hear pouring ,
!the
much of left behind of life
Nothing comes a man Western, I on path ,
Newspaper Union. forth like this
something :
preserving his old love'letters, but the agony of 'superiority.'
"Oh boy boy! with one tremen-
when a woman does, look out. trade Treaty with BritainTN been holding conferences with roy dous burst,, Irish Goldberg is jam- "I have known the joy ,of being
Rockefeller had the genius for alists. told that my white hairs are the
his from the red back
London it ming
WASHINGTON' and way
making money, but he could not -*- beauty of undying youth."I .
line the black inter-
announced that the right through
impart the secret to anyone else, was officially After Labor Racketeers have known the gladness of
Britain had ference! Nothing can stop him!
United States and Great
though he tried to in maxim and sacrifice and its sweet appreciation. -
precept. agreed to negotiate a reciprocal FOR four months Eliot Ness, the But don't get worked up. What .

trade treaty, which young safety director of Cleve- you hear is merely a convalescent "I have known the happiness of
,
:'; "\*,.h,,: has been sought by land, Ohio, has been investigating microphone orator mentioning a remorse for unmeant indifference,
checks .;:;!:'> \ Secretary of State labor racketeering in Cleveland checker game between two fellow-
es-
of that did
': regret 'they not real-
MALARIAin 4&# s Hull ever since he -r---:1, ; ; :: pecially in the building inmates and reverting to form. ize.'

6 6 6 three days '4M"> H 4-' :l1ii: started his reciprocal t.'< ,' ,'. trades, and then "I have ,slept, on pillows softer
in 1934. '
COLDSUQUID ''; a program he made a report of Virtues in Snakes. than down, in which no unfilial
;\t1 The negotiations are it':; ;:,;;;);f: his findings! that resulted SOMETHING I said recently about hand had ever placed a thorn."I .
TABLETS first day W' \}iN expected to begin :'': ">": In special
t f'f ; {Fl' a folly killing every snake'on : have received tributes, no-
SALVE, NOSE DROPS Headache 30 minutes. { H before the close of
tt
"" ;>*) :& 1 session of the Cuya- sight, without investigating the bler than any paid to kings and
;
:
Try"Bnb-My-Tism"-WorId's Best Liniment '.1': r:'<;':' : : the year. : sifi;4', r"":::rW hoga county grand snake's character, brought a flockof warriors, from those who testified
;tK',, <: : k' American admin- 'S' c, ,{ 1k jury to hear the
i "y ::: : letters from readers who don't that what they did and were they,
,\.'!jdtistration officials beSecretary i f'.t 7-'s# stories of scores of owed
like snakes. to
: )> ">' :;9i : me.
< -
Costly Riches I lieve such a pact L ,',0"<":'<",./ (::d business men who-
It is better to without riches Hull i '<:' ,' Even a so-called venomous snake "I have seen stalwart sons grow
than to have them go at too great a union may lead to a commercial : .' :,,',?;:,)..:.":.\. allegedly have been may have his better side. In Kansas 'into the likeness of him I loved,
cost.-Emerson. of all Englishspeaking z : terrorized by labor ,' in the old local option days, and sweet daughters become what

peoples and will be a powerful Eliot Nessanion officials. Ness you could get a drink only on a doc- I'longed to be.

1\\ influence in preserving world peace. said these men were tor's prescription, excepting in case "I have known the glory of ful- ',it

London looks upon it as an instrument prompted to volunteer their infor- of dire emergency, such as a snake fillment, the fame of contented obscurity "

I I to form a front which all mation because of the security of- bite. So every properly run drug the humble renown of a
nations may'enter later on conditions fered them and the knowledge that store kept a rattlesnake on the I completed mission, the overflow-
,
of most-favored-nations reciprocity I many others were prepared to tes- premises to serve the citizenry. And ing repayment for having given

and therefore as an indirect tify. the only time a drug store rattler myself."I .

What a difference reply to the new German- In addition to protests from busi- ever refused to bite a thirsty stranger AM A MOTHER.-Frank A.

good make bowel! To keep habits food can Italian-Japanese alliance. ness men that they were being shaken was when he was all worn out; Marshall. ,

wastes soft and moving Principles said to be already down, Ness also had numerous from accommodating the regular

many doctors agreed upon provide that Great complaints from rank and file union local trade.
recommend Nu jol.I Britain would receive reduced men that their leaders had obtained And what though it was a snake And Yonder Lay "

:, Copr.1937.St.ncotco. American tariffs on textiles and dictatorial'control of the unions and that led Eve astray in,the garden of the Tenth BairnA
coal. had used it for racketeering pure Eden? He may have brought sin:

In return she would grant the poses., into the world, but wouldn't we have
J United States lower tariffs on food- -*- missed a lot of .spicy reading mat divinity professor was askedto

vi- stuffs, certain raw materials, iron Harrison Backs Water ter in newspapers if he hadn't? I ''preside at the baptism of the
latest-arrived infant in the already
and steel and other essentials of *
_. ::::: :::: I a PREVENTED from considering crowded home of the minister of

I rearmament program. the pending government reorganization Political Predictions. the parish in Scotland.

Immediate opposition to the pro- measure by a filibuster I WE; TAKE the opportunity to an The professor gave out ,one of
I posed pact developed among the against the anti-lynching bill, the that the Literary Di- the paraphrases often used on
statesmen in Washington. Senator senate engaged in a gest, or rather its journalistic suc- such occasions.

James Hamilton 'Lewis of Illinois, lot of talk about tax +:f1i H: cessor, will not conduct a poll on "Let us," he said, "sing from

Democratic whip, protested againstany revision. Pat Harrison r s next year's congressional and state the second verse, 'As 'sparks in.
f GET RID OFPIMPLES British accord until the Eng- chairman of elections. The burnt child dreads close succession rise.' "

lish pay off their defaulted war the senate finance the poll. To his consternation he observedthat

: debt to the United States. He called committee, after : Let others go around taking straw the congregation seemed unable

f : the proposed pact "trade treason." conferring with Sec- votes, but, the way the, Digest folks to repress a giggle.

Qf; -iC- retary Morgenthau, ir; '''j3 feel now and, in fact, have felt ever Afterwards, asking the minister's -
since last November they wouldn't
declared that addi- ,
; New Remedy Uses Magnesia to Clear Governors Ask Tax Repeal tional revenue to ;;.. start a canvass to prove that two, he received man what the, had reply been, "You wrong see,,

;T.. Skin.firms and Smooths Complexion GOVERNORS of the six New compensate for t... and two make four. 'Because, look the minister's name is Sparks."
'Y., here-what if it should turn out that
-Makes Skin Look Years Younger. in conferencein modification of the .
Boston, adopted resolutions se- undistributed profitstax two and two merely make some

;i, Get rid of ugly, pimply elan with, this verely criticizing the tax and tariff could be raised Senator more Marx brothers or a doubleset
extraordinary new remedy. Denton's policies of the administration. They only by broadening Harrisonthe of Siamese twins? -

Facial Magnesia works miracles in demanded repeat'of the capital income tax base or by a gen Anyhow, the business of basing *\
clearing up a spotty, roughened com gains tax and the tax on undistrib- eral manufacturers' sales tax. cocksure predictions on half-cocked sgFree c.O
plexion. Even the first few treatments uted corporate' profits, and de- estimates doesn't seem to be flour-
Mention of a sales tax aroused
1 : make a noticeable difference. The ugly nounced 1lt\
the pending reciprocaltrade Senator Borah and ishing these days.' Figures don'tlie
spots gradually wipe big others, and the
away pores
grow smaller, the texture'of the skin agreement with Czechoslovakia Idahoan prodded Harrison until he but the citizens who furnish the \\'I\\ G eS\\\

itself becomes firmer. Before you know as imperiling the jobs .of backed down and said he did not figures may do so, either uninten- 1 1\\e 9e

'<' it friends are complimenting you on thousands of American citizens. quite mean what he had said. tionally or just for the sake of a 0' oes\\ \\'\ '
e
J your complexion. The governors who took this ac- laugh. .
"If, in the revision of the tax: t\ s'o.o"
tion' were Lewis O. Barrows Re- t;: 01\1
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SPECIAL OFFERfor laws, we should lose some revenue, \ sIL Pt'cS
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publican, Maine; F. P. Murphy, Republican Forgotten Stars.ONCE ,;\ e 0 0\
t a few weeks only I do not believe, with the spending f'\\ \es5Ce ;.;
New interviewers clamored for a
j Here is your chance to try out Denton'fl Hampshire; GeorgeD. program that is now going on, that ot
Facial Aiken, Republican, Vermont; would and her face was on
liberal
Magnesia at a saving.We we help business, Harrisontold
will send you a full 6 0%. bottle of Den- Charles- F. Hurley, Democrat, the senate. "I think the goal half the magazine covers and her
ton's, plus a regular size box famous Massachusetts; Wilbur L. Cross, should be to try to balance the name in letters of flaming light
Milnesia Wafers (the original Milk of Democrat, Connecticut, and RobertE. budget at the first I above all the marquees. Once impressive -
Magnesia tablets). ..both for only 60cl Quinn, Democrat, Rhode Island., believe the wise opportunity. tycoons catered to her tem-
way to do it is to
Cash in on this remarkable offer. Send whims
peramental agents
-iC- ; press
curtail of the
some
60c in cash or stamps today. emergency ex waited upon her, courtiers attend- 1 I

Plotters Alarm France penditures. ing a queen. Autograph seekers

i DENTON'SFacial FRANCE was in a great dither Harrison proposed a return to the, besieged her then, while now only
}
over an alleged plot of the Cagou- old normal income tax on corpora bill collectors desire her signatureand

: lards or "hooded ones," and other tions and, if necessary, to increasethe they'd like to have it on a
Magnesia rightist groups to overthrow the republican rate'to 18 or 20 per cent insteadof check. Speak of her to the newer recipe for TIP-TOP CAKEat

: SELECT PRODUCTS, Inc. 1a government. The secret the former maximum of 15% per. generation, and somebody will say,
4402-23rd Street Long: Island City N. Y. : have been making police cent. "Who? Spell it, please." your grocer's where you
many arrests -
t Enclosed find 60c (cash or(tamps)for -iC-
which lend and have "S She is all through, all washed
me your .po Introductory 1w. uncovered secret up. buy JEWEL Shortening rt: -
; : combination. 1 arsenals and depots of the conspirators. Bullet Kills Howard Coffin But, like the deaf husband whose I I 'I..

'_'. ; Name ._____.-----:--.---------- ; Among the men they seized HOWARD E. COFFIN, who was wife has slipped, will be the last
: was Jean de la Meuse, wealthy tex- of the World person in town to hear the news.
Street Address .........._....... : tile manufacturer of Paris. In their 'craft production board and war spon-air- She is the most tragic and the

',!_ t City ........___._State ________. : pursuit of the plotters the police sored the development of the Lib- most pitiable figure-and one of the
went as far as Switzerland, persuading erty airplane engine, was found shotto commonest-to be found in this
1, i the government of that death at his winter home in Sea place called Hollywood. She is any

ri: country to oust the count of Paris, Island, Ga. Beside his body was a one of the host, men and women,
; : who would be heir apparent of the hunting rifle from which one shot who, ten years ago, or even five, e'
1 \ ,throne: of France if there were any had been fired. It was assumed were glittering stars in movieland.

1 L......................s9: longer such an institution. He had his death was accidental. Copyright.-IRVIN WNU Service.S. COBB.







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THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1937 .
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,'II .: : .. -t ALl Nature Pays No t a Ions" I Iuo i)

UNIFORM :: : :
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"* < : : !i iDriving for worry, too noble I

s : too strong for fear and i
to permit the presence of J
well of yourself and
By Dean REV.of the fact to the world-not I

of but in great deeds.' I

Western Ament.everything is new and I

Lesson the human mind just
be startled.-Walter. Lipp-


is a little life, and our J
is but a day repeated.- I
LESSON TEXT
brews 4:111.GOLDEN ., .\

'will that give labor you and rest. sheepcontsent1* ; small a trifle sands, the though moun it j

PRIMARY : ; make the year and
JUNIOR TOPIC ., Edward
: +%:NrwOiYln'oJi4vawlM'r.muJ.X1.ae SnJmioh l wli.4awLadoXk7mevk 4itiJi m/.r: Young.
How Christ Gives 1
YOUNG Australian Sheep to Pasture. I
Christian Rest."Time .
Geographic Society tralia's settlement, thought other-
WNU Service.
wise. Therein lies the romance of
stream, bears I almost as' big an industry that has few parallelsin
sang Isaac States, but commercial history. SEW

I ders what he presents a How It Became a Sheep Land..
,i mad rush of
I to the Ameri- Wool has been to Australia what
less drawing of
This ancient cotton has been to the American :
/ tempo-leaves has exten- South Today a fifth of the country's -
, IC ous, no
' productive wealth is carriedon
.c Co ders are on a no great the backs of her sheep. From

among The granite the meager flocks with which Mac-
""I. vails in the 7,330 Arthur and other pioneers began

!I metropolitan city although level, in the their systematic breeding, there has
' grown the amazing total of more
''I' Let us lay of New than 114 million animals, which sup-

,I the universe highest point ply between a fourth and a thirdof i
''
about
quietly the world's wool requirements.The .
it' Christian virtue .
'
': the southern generations of sheep breeders 'I
troubled
the
i as surely and a single river. have that followed taken their Macarthur's flocks over footsteps wide
little better .1
I Word-and are
II in areas of the continent. Through increased
::1 stream beds are
there, for true
,
facilities
watering by
',; I. Found in months. means of artesian bores, millions of ( i .oJ
1 30). is the one,, '
I animals now are ranging in regionsonce
' Rest for our of the continent. considered useless.As 1
'I the cessation of the Queensland
::1 i hundred the world's wool-hungry mills .1
in joining with a .
''I i fellow and in. to its mouth have increased theirdemands, so .1.t,
, station (ranch) owners also have f "
meekness and of the Coorong, 4J
increased the and of I J:
' Most of life's the stream weight' quality
'
,'I sult of pride, of Except for the fleeces. -. ,t
Today the average clip (including 4
be somebody or is no Mississippi.
lambs) has risen to eightandahalfpounds sumers."Q ,."11,
True humility much smaller,.
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turbing factors. I is lost be- twice that of pioneer days; I
But we do main channel. but you see some wrinkleneckedold j

I l den to bear. pioneers in their merino rams that are carryingthe
equivalent of seven suits ofmen's
all is in
easy from the Alle- 1
as clothing on their bodies. In
someone found well-
I dens are like their length, fineness, and strength of its
I awaiting
'': fiber Australian wool is unsur-
on a bird. were baf- i
heavy for his areas where passed. ;
matter of fact even water to Life on the Sheep RanchA r r ,
flies with! sheep ranch is a complete com- / .-

'';' of Christ. only colossal salt munity in itself. It usually has its } ,
'Ij i Cli, l! II, Received dry or stag- own post office, telegraph station, and dressing tables; :=
Those who and vast rocky and power plant. Although not on and upholstering chairs, ]
;Faith in God such were the the sumptuous scale of some of the ; making curtains for ev ,,

brings a man Eyre, Stuart, palatial residences of the Argentine of room, and purpose. : I
that the oA1'O explorers pampa, many of these commodious rugs, otto- -. ;
upon but can the interior station homes, surrounded by flow- other useful articles for '

weather I. had suffered un ering gardens, are perfect in every Readers wishing a copy :,;:'
into a frenzy I. harrowing hard- appointment and convenience. In name and address, ;'J
when sorrow marched inland some respects they are the Austra- 25 cents, to Mrs. Spears, ",;:
them need to and Wills lian equivalent' of old English Desplaines St., Chicago, ;J!
"Be
not
on Cooper's manors. .J
God will take Beyond each central residence is

than the pious Are Fertile. clustered a full complement of bar-

writer III. ,Rejected it is a by no means en- racks and houses for the station ; YOUR CHILD'S J
hands and families; also stables,
along the
4:1, 6-11). '
for sev- blacksmith and machine shops; COLD TONIGHT :.J
"The worst
and And
laundry, butchery, bakery.
inland the land :
junbelief those the at bedtime, rub his little ,
out-lying are long cor-
closes the A broad stainless, snow-white .j
rugated-iron woolsheds and stock '
Jesus could extends along pens.. is the only salve :.,;',
of old-fashioned
southeast edges a base
jworks", in his a wide tri- Life is unhurried in these nerve together with 113% to. .:!
"because of
centers of the country's chief indus- medication than any
corner of
13:58). try. The manager seldom assignsmore sold cold salve, .:
and blankets '
the rest that counter-irritant '.,
than one task a day to his ,..
his people, for .. men. Some days they do little, but increases blood flow, ,
men from is a fascinating body heat to ease the /
they are always ready to work long
but keeps them the short span fatiguing hours when the occasion and pressure. Vaporizing t
after they are Australian demands.By to "open up" stuffy .''.
.out farms and 35c jar contains
IV. the sweat of their own brows size. Ask for Penetro. i
(v. 11). : and productive most owners have built and man-
the of the
Only when price aged their own estates. While there ,
meat and cloth- '
LARGE SIZE
appropriates
are some absentee owners, by far E ,;j 1
reared s' $1.20
s... (results: from with world-wide bustling the majority know the meaning of :,;
efforts and
work. Sons, too, grow up in the
S 'H' Christ will population business. On many stations one ,
surrender of claim more
finds these young "jackaroos" work- \
lem of life to each. ing to fit themselves to become station eqp: "0
:out in daily of Australia managers. Blessed Relief
I. ty and power of more aches and pains of
With perhaps forty men under his
her entire
popu-
I' God.A by cities and direction, a manager's life is a busy
I' poem .
There and LUMBAGO
one. are always inspection -
has blessed the Yet, paradox- bottlt Why Suffer? >
trips to see the condition of wa- _
'
passed on, and extend- STORES
ter and grass on the runs, repairs to
help of "way out
may you
be maintained, and a multitude of
the common- '
"Well. I am done.
Tack. other tasks to keep the station go-

'r I've laid them : grazing across ing.Here
,I It was back.the' last are. bawling in the saddle most of Australia's _I : Ptuc I

I've laid that and kicking up polo players gain their train-
No I'll not fume, ing. The men also find recreationin
I'll walk by faith as they move
hunting or tennis.
I think the of golden wheat
I've laid It % skies; in eu- Culture Is Not Lacking.The .

\ 'So, here and ring; and from wives of the managers are Aisle of
I worry, in the earth cultured and many have traveled ;
l I'll lay. it down up minerals to widely. In the outback it is rather
l 'The -
I'll lay these gold to be surprising to find people so con- W omanY Dreams
I 0 think eager that hands He, 0 world's. treasure versant with the latest books, music, s
Can mind the and, of course, the races.
undone.Do dream of a Before telephones and radios Suppose you knew that one aisle of one floor in one store
lay them "-such was the came, station life was more isolat- had everything you needed to purchase!
How true it first settlers ed. Motorcars and even airplanes
o J' to bear all that the country in many places have brought dis- Suppose that on that aisle you could buy household neces-

::1 ", verse when prosperous sheep tant towns next door. sities, smart clothing, thrilling, gifts for bride, graduate, voy-
i to cast all our positive that the One of the rflost' remarkable ager! How much walking that would save! How much time,

i He careth for : ) on Australian things, as you travel through the trouble and fretful shopping you would be spared!

; is a powerful dry during the sheep districts, is the comparative That, in effect,is what advertisements in this paper can do
if absence of the
i. when even they sheep on landscape.
for you.They bring all the needs of your daily life into review
non-Christians deteriorate to When you comment on it up in
t walking steady hotter climate Queensland, a station man explainsthat in one convenient place. Shop from your easy-chair, with
of he has traveled a thousand the advertisements. p abreast:of bargains, instead of chas-

f: rows. And the MacArthur, one- miles through one region where ing them. Spend time in your newspaper to save time-and

.:i that failure to Wales Corps there were a million sheep being money-in the stores.
tical denial of a political fire- pastured, yet on the whole trip he
i period of Aus- has not seen a single sheep!

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Clewiston News needed. If you were smoking, my 1 one more try. Who's that very consIgn him to the political death J. S. CAMPBELL
The friend, in the words of Jimmie :Fid- young man who just came in?" cell.

ler we DO ,mean YOU. "He? Oh, he's a kid we just hir- So far the Honorable J. B. Hod- ,Jeweler & WatchmakerAll

Published every Friday in Clewlstotr. ed. Just breaking him in." ges of Lake City has registered no

Inc.Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS Business in the Post Office must Foster Coaxes beckoned to ,the complaint about bein' confused in Kinds of Jewelry Repairs

lot youngster. "Will you please try to the public mind with "Homestead I ,-
be picking up. Si has bought a Optical Repairs
get a photograph of Mrs. Maysie de Bill" but he probably has been so I
Editor and Art has bought a new car.
KHATI1LKV BOwDEN Smythe? She lives at this address." annoyed in the past and possibly, AT CHRISTIAN'S BARBER SHOP
Business isn't all hardboiled.Even .
with equal embarrassment, for the
hour the cub back
hectic hustle and bustleof Within an was
the
Entered as second class mall matter in little handicap works both ways, but J. B.
February 1. 1927 at the Post Office in the business world, those in power with an excellent picture, a
Florida, under the Act of the excitement it shows an admirable ability to "take
ClewJston, and give time to many of bewildered by pro- '
March 3, 1897.Subscription. pause it" even though he Is called uponto
He started to somethIng
duced.
say
the worthwhile things in life, and
to the human side of their own busI- "Just a minute," said Coates, "I explain sometimes that he's not CHANCE
Per Year. the guy that ran for Governor.So RENT RECEIPTS'It
.00
ante $ evidences of this come ,want the whole staff to hear. And
Ad cHlilrj Hnto On Application. ness. Many constantly. This past I when everyone had assembled, just to keep the record straightand
to newspapers ''
as a service to both these 'holl- fta
"Now Mr. Jones will ple'as'3tell
two weeks we have happened across you #
I
orable" gentlemen, Mr. J. B. Hodgesof
Devoted to the advancement and welfare writings in trade publications which these gentlemen how you got
of Clev/iston and Hendry County. bear out our statement.The the photograph? Several of them Lake City, the State Democratic
tried some very ingenious methodsto Chairman, and W. C. (HomesteadBill
first is the "Code of Prac- get it." ) Hodges, of Tallahassee, former
Don't look now, but the calendar tice" adopted by the brewing indu3t- president of the state senate and I
says it's only three :weeks till Christ ry at its annual convention. Among "Why," said the astonished cub, gubernatorial candidate, ain't "one
"I went to the house and rang the
mas. other things jt says: "We pledgeourselves and the same". They are not related
doorbell and asked the lady for it, I
businessmen I I I I
citizens and
as either by blood or marriage, and it y
and she it to me"Winter!
A college professor has actually to conduct our business in conformity -I gave seems that neither one is authorizedto 4UD
Haven Chief.
openly criticized the President's with established laws In speak for the other. gUDG P

English. Can it be that Mr. Roosevelt cooperation with the authorities. I But considerin' the fact that both
"We pledge ourselves to maintain IIuBm amnM8tiiii.ZiiLI51U 51LI Li0mei
is slipping? of these gentlemen are able lawyers,
I exacting high standards in the
all this CONFUSION over the name
i ing and packaging of beer brew-I Too.Late To Classify
Hodges is downright amusin' to any
From the columns of the
news
"We pledge ourselves with I is as simple as it sounds
paper this week and recently we thoughtful citizens, to the tRyssell plain ordinary citizen who has too. All you need is a modest
By KayIIIIIIIIIINmpptlgIIIIQ0I4Ql1filII80II9
squirmed around, in a witness chair down the bal
gather that the time is ripe for an tion of practical moderation payment.Then
accident prevention week in Clew- promO-j I while attorneys pointed wicked look- ance is spread over a period
iston. briety. { : I in' Index fingers in his face and dfd repayable monthly just like ...((j
"We pledge our support rent. No worry, no bother- ;.
at meeting a their best to CONFUSE him with
I remember:? a press,
: duly constituted authorities' for the and you have something to '
Charles Powell, jr., says he rant I elimination anti-social conditions few years ago Colonel W. E. Kay, questions like "Have you stopped show for your money. '

:down his Thanksgiving turkey in wherever they may surround the distinguished Jacksonville attorney, beatin' your wife? Answer yes or Whetheryour income is smallor

a car ,on the highway. We've heard sale of beer to the consumer." I appearing as a banquet speaker, apologized no." large, you can find the

that story before, but always out of Can YOU say that your code of for having the same nameas And, incidentally, the next time exact home for the amount

season. practice in connection with your own I your humble correspondent and some smart lawyer yaps "Answeryes you want can afford to build monthly., use our If
you
that he
took time out to explain
business is as high? or no" and you find such an Home Owners' Consultation
The old Moore Haven Hotel, long Another example is an excerpt wasn't related to 'me, not I even dis- Service for ideas-without

a.land-mark in these parts, emulated ,from 'a sales book to automobile tantly, and was tired of havin' folks answer insufficient for intelligent obligation. Learn now how

the wonderful One Horse Shay.It salesmen. It concerns the Thanks say "Oh, :you're the man who's 'Too expression of the facts, you might easily you can own your homeat

simply crumpled up, its founda- giving season: Late to Clasify'." ask WHY you must make such an present favorable prices.

tion giving way. "We should be grateful, you andI Then a couple of years ago I discovered answer, and then request the -judgeto

because we are living in a great there was a bird in Daytona point' out the rule of law that requires -
', There's still one at large-Herb- age In a great country, where great Beach who had more to apologizefor Clewiston Federal
it. I know of one judge and
ert F. deBower, whose wife divorced things are happening on every hand, than the Colonel, for his fond ,

him to wed Jacques Raffray, whose I and where great opportunities ex- parents, unable to look into the future one lawyer who did a lot of head and LoanAssociation
wife divorced him, to wed Ernest ist for serviceachievementprogressfor and vision the handicaps that scratchin' and then had to admit Savings

Simpson, whose wife divorced him our selves and for our might follow their action, took it they didn't know WHY and the

to wed Edward-Duke of Windsor. fellowmen. upon themselves to tag their male witness was permitted to make. a

"We should be grateful for our offspring "Russell" and it happened clear statement. How about it, At-

bountiful harvests, our abundan their name was Kay. torney Kenneth Ballinger? t&-s.zJttf j?'
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natural resources, and our large po- Mrs. Russell Kay of Tampa

tential markets. picks up a copy of the Daytona
$ RAMBLINGS. "We should be grateful for Im- Beach News-Journal and sees where _.....................................................-"...'.............-..........-.........................................................-..............-......-..........

portant advances in science, in en- Mr. and Mrs.' Russell -- .
the
_......._._...._...._... .. .... .. Kay were
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gineering, in industry, in'agricul life of the cocktail party' at the

The season is officially on. Mike ture and in the arts and the profes-I country club, and glarin' at me likeI 'i'l !I. I r,.

has returned from Tarpon Springsand sions. was Mr. Sin himself, she says, "So, i
reopened :his shoe shop here. I "We have a multitude of that's where you were, and you told I

(free adv. for an old friend.) Mike I things to be thankful for-all of us me you were going to Jacksonvilleon CLEWISTON 60LF i

usually returns from his summer I-a' multitude of things ,which hab I a business trip." Mrs., Kay' in ,r., :: .. ;'
trek earlier and is up to his neckin 'custom too, often cause 'us Daytona Beach overhears a bit of .t z.. 1',' ':.. A'z. '
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a bean crop by the first of De- to overlook, ignore, or forget en- gossip to the effect that Russell Kay : .i' -"-
cember. However, Tarpon Springs tirely. has a "harem" in Tampa and while .:. \ 'COURSE :' :::
J' ,', : ,, .z.
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proved alluring this year, and all "Above all, we should be grate- both innocent husbands can say "Ha, ; -' .

the farming Mike expects to do around ful for, comradeship, for friendship, ha, it's funny ain't it-that guy hav \, L : i '
which runs like 'a golden cord thru in' ;
Clewiston Is just a few spring the same name as me-It don't .

tomatoes., Good luck, Mike. I the fabric of our lives, making a sound nearly as convincin' as it .;. .-. .::1 I ;.
I rich warm, cloak of what might oth- should. 'i'. I .i'

One of the prettiest sights to be erwise be an olds cold garment in- But ,it seems that Kay is not the ::: :::
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seen from, the street passing by is deed. only ,name that can get.a guy in I I.: '
the gerbera bed of Mrs. R. Y. Pat- Do you remember a few weeks trouble, for I received a pathetic :y

terson. The gerbera is a bright or ago, we stated "There's a little bit letter from no less a personage than

pastel-colored cousin of the daisy. of the poet in each of us." Isn't the Honorable W. C. (HomesteadBill

Its foliage stays close to the groundand there? ) Hodges of Tallahassee this i .... Open to the Public i

the blossom raises its cheerful week, callin' my attention to the .
head bravely and And we are now indebted to the
independently a fact that a lot of folks have confused -
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dozen inches or more. Mrs. Patter American Legion monthly for the him with another Honorable gen-

son's are mostly ,flame colored and I amusing anecdote with which we tleman of the same name-J. }3.
against the dark close. It is typical of the very precocious :
green backgroundof Hodges of Lake City, ,State Demo- "
a: privet hedge they are' a lovely younger generation: Three cratic 'Chairman, whose recent frank y
sight. little / gills, aged five, four and statement of opinions has caused ::: ; ,, -' :::

three, were discussing'their lives. :!: p--
T plenty of excitement in party ranks -' '0 ::
One citrus salesman "was handeda "If I had my life to live over again", durin' the past few weeks. : '
neat surprise by a local] grocer last said the five year old, "I'd never eat With Governor Cone, Senator :: :,:/ :;:

week. .It seems that back in 1933 any Spinach." "If I had mine to live Claude Pepper, Hortense Wells anda :;: Moderate Green Fees : ;::, ::
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again, spoke the four old
the same salesman was then a short- year I flock of other dignitaries denounc- '
,, time resident of this locality and "I'd never take cod liver oil." The I in' the name of Hodges and yellin' :: Exceptional Fairways I ::::

;- 'gave a grocer a check which bounced 'three year old spoke thoughtfully: I traitor and ingrate at the top' of .

back from the bank when pre- "If I had my life to live over I'd their lungs, poor "Bill" finds thata interesting Greens

sented. The grocer kept the check in cigarette be a bottle ashes baby in, so I wouldn't" get lot of folks have got him confused !i! j' I

his cash register, hoping against my eyes. with the gentleman from Lake .:.1 ,.!.
_ hope that ,someday he would collect. I City and every mail brings him a
THE SIMPLE STORY OF A SCOOP A
" Well, patience was rewarded. Last gob of nasty letters accusin' him of ...................-......................................................................................-..........................-...............-..-........................: .' -
: week the signer of the check, for dirty dealin' the "New Deal" and I! 2z &SGLADES
:," the first time since that day in 1933, Back in the days when "anythingto
get the picture" was accepted -,
: walked in to the store and asked

I'': the grocer if he wanted to buy some ethics with Chicago newspapers, "K" MOTOR LINES
a.':;' oranges. He gave no sign that he had says Marc: A. Rose, in a recent issue -
of The Reader's Digest Gold Beach and Fort Myers Effective :Dec. 1st 1937
r ever seen the grocer before, and the a Daily Bus Schedule BetweenVestPaalm ,
::r.' grocer behaved likewise. However, Coast millionare was sued for di- PASSENGERS & EXPRESS .
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f\ yorce, and a reputedly beautiful
; he bargained for an amount'of orI -
which approximated the young woman of dubious background -
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anges West Bound-Read Down East llound-Uend Up
I;::: amount of the check, and when the named correspondent. Whenno
:" fruit was in the bin, he paid the picture of the lady appeared in Run Run Run Run Run Run Run Run

:'r;.' salesman with his own bad check. the earliest possible edition of The No. 5 No. 7 No. 1 No 3 STATIONS No. 4 No. 2 No. 8 No.6

' ; And was, the salesman surprised! American, the late Foster Coates, AM PM AM PM AM PM P\1 PM
!
brillian Hearst editor, expressed, polite '
astonishment."Our 7:15 2:30 10:00 6:00: Lv ...... W. P. Beach ......;. Ar 9:15 4:1512:15 7:20
t
Bobbie Breen is one of our favor-
best man is trying," was 7:28 2:45 10:15 6:15 Lv........ Sou. Pines ........ Lye 9:05 3:55 12:00 7:00
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lies and we went to see him in avery
ti;: ': lovable picture the other night. : the answer. "He can't get' any-: 7:39 3:09 10:30 6:30 Lv ........ Loxahatchie ........ Lye 8:50 3:40 11:45 6:50

where" 8:08 3:25 10:55 7:00 Lv' ............ Azucar ............ Lye 8:05 3:00 11:20 6:30
:M1' The sound was grand, the picture
excellent, but like 90 percent of the "Send some more men," said Mr. 8:15 3:30 11:05 7:05 Lv ........ Canal Point ....._.. Lye 8:00 2:55 11:15 6:25

,;,',, audience uncomfortable Coates. 8:30 3:45 11:25 7:25 Lv......,... Pabokee .......... Lye 7:55 2:40 11:05 6:10
we spent a very -
Jt---:: two hours viewing it. The film The day wore on and still no photographs 9:00 4:10 12:00 8:00 Lv........ Belle Glade ........ Lye 7:40 2:15 10:40 5:45

was actually blurred by the dense Mr. Coates kept prodding. 9:05 4:15 12:05 8:05 Lv .......... South Bay ._........ Lye 7:25 1:50 10:25 5:35

>> smoke through which we had to look "Have they tried the servants?" 9:15 4:25 12:20 8:1i Lv........ Lake Harbor ........ Lye 7:15 1,42, 10:15 5:20

.;::. to see it. The 10 percent of the audience "We've offered them plenty." 9:35 4:45 ,12:35, 8:30 AR ..._.. CLEWISTON ...... LVQ 7:00 f:30 10:00 5:05
',', / 'LV...... CLEWISTON ...... Arr 9:45 5:05 ,
.... who can't sit still two hours "I don't want to know anything I 9:35 4:45
without smoking should be relegated I shouldn't, but has anyone-?" 10:00 'Lv ........ Moore Haven ........ Lye 4:35 "fl'

to one corner of the house and an "A telephone repair man has been I 10:25 5:25 Lv............ Goodno ............ Lye 9:15 4:00.

:. electric fan placed in front of them through the house." 10:40 5:40 Lv............ LaBel1e ..........._ Lye 9,05 3:50

to carry the smoke outside withoutthe "How about the photographers?" 10:50 6:00 Lv.............. Alva ............__ Lye 8:45 3:40:
I
rest of us having to be bothered "If she's ever had her picture 11:00 6:05 Lv. :___........... Olga .............. Lye 8:40 3: 30

i with it. When the picture show is I taken in Chicago, no photographer I 11:15 6:10 Lv ....__.. BuckIngham '........ Lye -8:35' 3:20

;,1 crowded, as it usually is, the ventilation will admit It, not for $100." ;. 11:59 6:30 Ar ........ FORT MYERS. ......... Lve',', 8:00 3:00
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Is such that no smoking Is "Hmmm," said Coates. "Well, AM PM PM PM AM../' PM AM PMe

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".M:"tMJ"JMJ"tMJMJMJ"J":wJM*":":M:M:M*":MM* :M:":"'.:? Harry Dunaway of Rockmount, Foy Durrence, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli; Dental Clinic-, Paul Revere, SilversmithPaul

r: T Georgia, has returned to his home Mrs. A.V.., Lawrence, Mrs. G. J. Dr. J. W. Ezelle came to the Revere was a silversmithand

::: Personal Mention ::i!:: after a visit with Mr. and Mrs A. Niblack, Mrs. Leslie Miller, Mrs. G. school this morning, Friday, Decem- copper worker, and the copper

.... ;J L. Morgan B. Rackstraw, Mrs. A. O. Ward, ber 3rd for a check-up on teeth of sheathing for the frigate Constitution
..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.{..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:..:..:. Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, jr., Mrs. J. H. the pupils in the elementary school. was supplied by his shop.

C. L. Downs is spending a few Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Turner spenta Pressley, Mrs. Keathley Bowden, He began by examining pupils of

1 ;.o.. days in Miami this week. few days the first of the week in Mrs. MI\ Meehan, Mrs. H. J., Oglesby, the first grade.

Miami attending a trade beauty Mrs. G. E. Smith, Mrs. WalterT. Dr. Ezelle is cooperating with the NOTICE:-If you buy your fruit '

show at the Miami Biltmore Hotel. Vaughn, Mrs. M. ,E. Yenawine, f P.-T. A. dental health clinic and cake get one of Mrs. Grandy's

Mrs. J. A. McGehee was a busi- Mrs. Ed Collins has returned Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. C. E. Robbins made no charge for the examina- Prize Winning cakes. Price 75c per '

ness visitor in Fort Myers yester- from a visit with relatives in Sop- Mrs. F. M. Wright' Mrs. C. L. I tion. lb. 5 Ibs. or over 70c. Box 116, La- -

day. erton, Georgia. Downs, Mrs. F. I. Hill, Mrs. H. C. Belle, Fla.NORGE.

Kolstad, Mrs. B. P. Luce, Miss Louise PUBLIC IS LEARNING MORE

Mrs. A. C. Krumseig of South Attending the benefit party of the i Oglesby! all ,of Clewiston Mrs. ABOUT TUBERCULOSIS

Bay was a visitor in Clewiston Wed- Altar Society Wednesday were a A. C. Krumseig, of South Bay, and REFRIGERATORS

nesday. group of ladies from LaBelle including Mrs. H. L. Delaney, Mrs. H. H. Mc- "Physicians and the general pub- Furniture and Home Furnishings ,

Mrs. Frank Dougherty, .1\Irs'i Call, Mrs. R. N. Miller, Mrs. L. O. lis are learning more about tubercu-
.H. L. Delaney, Mrs. H.: H. McCall, PHILCO. RADIOS .:.
Gravely, Mrs. E. E. Edwards and "
losis. This statement made :
Cecil Warren of Miami was a was by .'
Mrs. R. N. Miller, Mrs. E. E. Ed-
Mrs. Frank A. Dougherty, of La- Dr. M. Jay Flipse, chairman of the
business visitor in Clewiston this
wards, and Mrs. Louis O. Gravely.Mr. Belle.A Household FurnishingsInc.
week. Tuberculosis' and Public Health

committee of the Altar Society Committee of the Florida
Medical
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and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and "
served sandwiches, cookies and cof- Association. .''.,
Mr. and Mrs. "Bud" James of Miami

W. T. Hull of LaBelle, clerk of
fee. "The public is learning the BELLE GLADE. FLORIDA /,
he circuit, court, was transacting, I spent a few days in Clewiston early
this week. They were aboard the symptoms of tuberculosis throughthe
business in Clewiston yesterday.
MRS. SCHROEDER HOSTESS AT .. .
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educational ..
yacht "Gertrude VIII" and spent campaign sponsored -
most of (their time hunting bird and BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAY by the Christmas Seal Sale' of

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Spikes were duck. With Wilbur Goff as their tuberculosis associations, the Tuberculosis J. COUSE :'i
1111. "
Mrs. B. J. Schroeder
hostess
Wednesdavisitors in West Palm was
Division
guide, they succeeded in bringing of the State

"Beach.Mis.. down a total of about fifty. Wednesday evening to members of Board of Health and other health Counselor and Attorney at Law :
her bridge club. Mrs. Tom Shelleywon
agencies and as a result many persons -
high score prize, a red glass 'I Hopkins Building
{! H. V. Briant of Atlanta is Attending an Informal gatheringat are seeking advice of their
I creamer and sugar. Mrs. R. C. Wil- Wednesdays and
: the guest of her daughter, Mrs. O. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Foy physicians and early cases of tuberculosis Saturdays
son won low prize, a pair of pic-
9:30 to 4:00
Mr. are being discovered Dr.
.: A. Jones and family. Durrence Saturday night were ,
j tures and Mrs. C. R. Cruze the cut I /
1 r- and Mrs A. W. Sias, Mr. and Mrs.R. Flipse continued.
1 5. prize, two lovely .
vases. MMM MM MM.
MMMM M CM
I' ; Carl Johnson and Miss Yvonne J. Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston, "New methods of discovering tuberculosis -
I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schroeder, Mr. Mrs. Schroeder served a salad I to
Johnson spent the week-end with have been brought

their parents in Sarasota.Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Miss Billie course to Mrs. H. H. Turner,. Mrs I physicians, both white and colored L. B. MershonAGENT

Hooker, Miss Margery Hood and E. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. R. J. Lee, Mrs ; internationally famous speakers -' j

T. F Roy Alston, Mrs. Campbell E. Nall
,
E. Kelly.
and Curry returned have come to Florida to discuss
Mrs. Cruze, Mrs. Shelley and Mrs. New York Life ,
Monday from a two weeks visit various phases of the disease with

with relatives in ,Key West. B|\ZAAR HOURS AND DETAILS Wilson. Florida physicians. Training courses Insurance 1

r--_ I ANNOUNCED DY LADIES AID outstanding in the south have been CompanyARCADIA
PAHOKEE CLASS ENJOYS
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Barwick provided Negro physicians becauseof FLORIDA
in Plant The Annual Bazaar of the Ladies PARTY AT BEARDSLEY FARM :I
i were week-end visitors the high toll tuberculosis takes ,

City and Wauchula.Mr. Aid Society will be held from 10a. in the colored race," he declared. 1 1c

I : m. to 8 p. m. next, Thursday, December Bob Beardsley and Dick Redditt I "More deaths from tuberculosishave

and Mrs. George W. Sparks 9th, in the office of J. E. were hosts Monday evening to a been reported by Florida physicians -

returned the first of the week from ,, Beardsley in the Hopkins Building. weiner roast at the Beardsley Farm. this year ,than last. It is
Guests were members of the Senior I
a Thanksgiving visit with relatives. Beginning at noon and again at I thought there are not actually more
Class of the Pahokee
High
I 6 p. m. a spaghetti meal will be SChOOl'1 deaths this year than last but only

!I Miss ''Dorothy Craig and Miss served at 35 cents, per plate. A cooked both boys being members that physicians are recognizing tuberculosis d { ,
I II
: Saundal! Watson were Saturday vis- I food sale of cakes, pies, candies, class. McLENDON-PARKER earlier.

Hors inVest Palm Beach. .I etc., will be held in connection with I I "This is particularly true of Ne-

'{the bazaar. The drawing for the gro physicians", he said. "The spec

i 1 Mrs. Carl Freedlund and attractive awarding of the quilt will be held I Clewiston friends of LaMar Mc- ial training courses in the diagnosisand L

1 twin daughters, Betty and Bar- at 7 o'clock. Cut flowers will also I Lendon will be interested to learn treatment of tuberculosis, fin- tea ILEJACKSONVILLE

bara of Canal Point, are visitingMr. be on sale.. oft his marriage to' ,Miss La Von Parker anced by ,the Christmas Seal Sale I I

and Mrs. Dan B. Allen. I I of West Palm Beach, which occurred and Julius Rosenwald Fund, have
\. All articles in the bazaar will be in Fort Lauderdale on July
them with the newest and
hand-made. Incuded in the list are second and has just been announced provided J FLORIDA I
Jimmie Wilson of Canal Point -, most modern methods."
aprons, household linens, stuffed this week Mrs.: S. G. Parker
by
I has moved to Clewiston and is em- There were 591 deaths throughthe GARNET ANDREWSM ,
animals and other articles specially
i ployed by the U. S. Sugar Corpo- suitable for mother of the bride. first eight months of '1936, fig ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT at tbbnodea

: ration. gifts. Mr. and Mrs. McLendon are making ures of the Bureau of Vital Statis- ,fireproof hotel In the heart of down.
These final plans were made and town JtdciowriUe. Every room with tub and
home in Lake Harbor in
their tics reveal. This year for the same, thowtr, loft water, etilinj fan,radio, flatted
Tracy Stone of West Palm Beach announced at a meeting of the Society the new foreman's residence of the period 653 deaths from tuberculosishave lummtr doot...Every Bed with inncrtpruijm4tr

, visited here for several: days over: held yesterday afternoon at United States Sugar corporation, Mr, been reported byj!! Florida physicians M and r adln| tamp. Running Ice

r -rc't Thanksgiving with his mother, Mrs. the home of Mrs. A. 0.. Ward with McLendon being employed, as zone raltr on cvtry floor.
j ,an increase of 62. So far this AIR CONDITIONED
"''I I Viola Stone, and other relatives.A. I Mrs. B.: E. Herring joint hostess. superintendent of the Miami Locks year there have been ,868 active eases COCKTAIL LOUNGE COFFEE SHOP
' Mrs. E. C. Mills presided at the zone. DINING AND MEETING ROOMS
reported in addition to deaths Ralci Single with Private Bath
1 Pensacola arriv- meeting. Mrs. J. H. Doty was in -
J: Little of
I and for the entire 12 month periodin I )8 Room. $2.00 80 Room $2.50

ed yesterday for a visit with his charge of the devotional service.A .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. 1936 only 627 cases were ,reported. 40 Room J3.00 24 Room $3.50

daughter, Mrs. W. F. Nail, jr., and group of girls from Mrs. J. G. A larger percentage of the cases I to SopU Boom whk Pri i B.J. J<.00
L SAM .o.... Ior dorSI..cc.p.'icv
Mr. Nail. Niblack's Sunday School class gavea SCHOOL NEWSBernice
reported are Negroes.
among Oil, I. B. FOUND H....,
pageant depicting foreign mis- ,Last year 905 persons died of tuberculosis MOfh 'ATTIN .., MOTU DESOTO

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie C. Miller, Mr. sions.. Those taking part were Roberta O'Neal ._............_._., Edito in Florida, 521 Negro ... a-...T_- ......._ _S.NYy_G. V' '
"
Nora -
Miller Mrs.
and Mrs. C. H. Spicer, Maxine Doty, Phyllis Billie Hooker ............ Ass't Editor and 384 white. Of the 653 deathsso

Walstrom and Charles, Buddy and Logan, Betty and Laura Bailey, Lee Miss Evelyn Schutz, Faculty Advisor far this ,year, 394 have been Ne-

Carol Miller spent Friday in West Pridgen, Louise Roath, Elizabeth gro and 259 white. Statistics show

I Palm Beach and Palm Beach. Winn, Nell Cornette, June Hooker, .:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N:H N:N:N N:N:N:M:N:M:N:ti N H N:. September, October, November and
,
Beulah Guthrie and Florence Gra- December are the peak months in
Mrs. F. Deane Duff left Wednesday ham. The Athletic Dance
reporting of tuberculosis deaths. Tfttami
for Palm Beach where: she join- The dance which was held on the
fLOPIDAr
Pie and coffee were served by I The general, public is learning
ed her mother, Mrs. F. Edward Bryant tennis courts on November 24th
the hostesses to Mrs. A. C. Drew, more of tuberculosis through'speak-
for a visit of a few days in Mi- was a financial success. Enough
Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. G. H. Bel- ] ers, films, training courses and
ami. money was raised to buy uniformsfor
lamy, Mrs. W. A. Cook, Mrs. Joe health education work in the
the members of ,the boys' andgirls' I
Cato, Mrs. F. D: Duff, Mrs. J. H. schools and colleges. m
Friends of Mrs. D. L. Lamer, operator basketball teams; and also to
Doty Mrs. J. W. Ezelle Mrs.
,
Harvey
of the Clewiston Restaurant, buy some additional, athletic' equipment -
Guthrie, Mrs. G. M. Ford, ,Mrs. J. J. 102 MAY ENROLL IN w
regret to learn that she suffered a 1
Graham, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. H. CCC CAMPS IN JANUARY
broken arm in a fall at her home The school wishes to thank the I 1llt1g1t1
C. Jones, Mrs. C. M. Jarvis, Mrs. R.
this week. The left arm is reported Tennis Club for the use of the courts
H. Knight, Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs. W. Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 1.-State !
broken in two places. and the Glades Power and Light
H. Lanier, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. ,L. Welfare District No. 8 of which
N for the current for the
Company
C. Miller, Mrs. J. G. Niblack, Mrs. Hendry county is a part, wilI'enroll m (b]
Mrs. J. R. Deadwyler and daughter lights. The school is grateful to all
W. C. Owen, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, 102 young men in the CCC in January .-
Janet, of West Palm Beach and who attended and to those who con
Mrs. 5. M. Pafford, Mrs. Joe Rob- in the event, estimates submit-
Mrs. N. R. Hager, of Delray Beach tributed cakes or other articles or f1W
i bins and Mrs. V. Woodward.. ted Washington by the State Welfare -
were guests Thanksgiving week-end who purchased tickets for the affair. UitStop 1i.;
Board accepted.
I are
of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
, E Y ALTAR SOCIETY BENEFIT Estimates for the next enrollmentwere
B. Bell. The Sub-Deb Club- I
I 1\\ PARTY VERY SUCCESSFULA sent in, today for the entire

i f Mrs. Sidney Crochet, Mrs. A. W. The Sub-Deb Club met Wednes- state by Jack Horne, State Welfare I

I I Lawrence, Mrs. A. W. Sias and Mrs.T. benefit bridge party, given at day afternoon at the home of Mrs. Board CCC enrollment director. I
A. O. Ward for its first
meeting.
M. Waldron accompanied by Mrs. the rectory Wednesday afternoon by The figures represent the, number -

Drew Hampton of Moore Haven the Altar Society/of St.' Margaret's Officers elected were the following: I of eligible young men the State I

were shopping in West Palm Beach Catholic Church, was well, attended. Bernice O'Neal, president; Betty Welfare Board estimates will desire at tk.

Saturday. Eight tables of bridge and a Hooks, vice-president; Gaudy Wat- enrollment in the January CCC
I
table ers, treasurer, and Mildred Ward, estimate will flotet Pakicia
of Michigan were in play. call, Horne stated. The

Mr and Mrs. R. N. Smith returned Mrs. O. F. Schiffli won high secretary. be used by the U. S. Department of

Saturday from a visit with Mrs. score prize at the bridge tables and T Labor as the basis for establishing

Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph receiyed a lovely box' of bath powder. Personal Mention Florida replacement quota. 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll
Christine Bell, Mildred Ward and
I Howard in Savannah. They were ac- Mr'. E. P. Mutrix won second While the primary considerationin
Richard Bestor were visitors' in
'. ;"\ .. companied by their son Bobbie, and high and received a set of cocktail determining a state's Outside RoomsVith
Canal Point Saturday night. rCPlace-1
.- their five-weeks old son, who was napkins. Mrs. E. C. Miller, holder ment quota is the number Private Bath

born in -a Savannah hospital. of low score, was consoled with a Bernice Guthrie and Mildred enrolled from the state
I
pretty kitchen apron and towel set. Ward motored to Canal Point Sun- left_ the corps since the last enroll-; COOL, CLEAN, QUIET

,: Flavlus Pafford of Miami was' a ,Miss Eunice Meredith received a day night. ment the Department of Labor requisition I
Biscayne Bay
Pat McGehee motored to West will not exceed the select- Overlooking
week-end visitor in Clewiston. Mr. luncheon set for high score at Mich-

Pafford is a cousin of I. M. Paf- igan, and Mrs. F. A. Dougherty received Palm Beach Saturday. ing agency's estimate, Horne said. Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and

ford, and while here on business I a lovely' bowl as cut prize. Phyllis Logan spent Saturday and Thus, if other state's estimates are Business Section.

enjoyed a visit in the Pafford home I Attending were Mrs. William Sunday in Miami. less than the replacement quota to

and a pleasant duck hunting trip on Hines, Mrs. Albert L. Hackett, Mrs. Martha Nell Alston was a visitor which they are entitled on the basisof RATES

Lake Okeechobee.' Zerney Meredith, Mrs. J. F. Tippey, in Miami Thursday and Friday. population, states making esti-

Miss Eunice Meredith, Mrs. M. W. Those attending the dance In Pa- mates that are in excess of the num- $1.50 Single
"
J. S. Campbell has arrived in Bigg, Mrs. G. H. Bellamey, Mrs. H. hokee Friday night were Christine ber of replacements' to which they

, '''/''' Clewiston from Okeechobee and has C. Jones, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. J. Bell, Dorothy Hare, Bernice O'Neal are entitled will be allowed1 makeup ", $2.50 Double
,
: "I. opened a jewelry repair shop in W, Ezelle, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, and James Winn. the shortage.The .

Christian's Barber Shop. Mr. Camp- Mrs. P. S. Fagan, Mrs. Wm. H. La- The students in the United States Florida estimate has bee Special Family, Weekly &

bell, whose home is in Topeka, nier, Mrs. Joe Cato, History class were honored by the made after taking into consideration Monthly RatesS.

, t. Kansas,. has had extensive experi- Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. M. E. I presence and speeches 'of two former the actual number of applica-

{ ence in the jewelry and watch repair VonMach, Mrs. Bowman, Mrs. E. P. students, Ed Clark and Coburn tions now on file, general conditionsand D. McCREARY, Proprietor
I'
r business and hopes to be located Mutrlx, Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mrs. E. Moore. They are attending the Uni- seasonal employment Horne.

I (r. permanently'in Clewiston. C. Mills, Mrs. George A. Yon, Mrs versity of Florida. .. stated. '... '. -

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I He Smiled I

ByGilbert

Mer..iwell Pafiften HE SMILED-and his home was'
rrank
a place of happiness.He .
smiled-and the children ran
The Original out of their way to greet him.

BURT L. STANDISH in He business smiled-and worked his better co-workers than in''

r d I any other place of employment.)

a I ar a e ,WNU"Gilbert Service Fatten ents He and smiled-and callers spoke his business well of him cli-''

and his business increased.He .

smiled-and followed the*
smile with a brotherly handclasp;,

SYNOPSISWhen What 1 did was get the other girls Walter Burrage did what he couldto into it," he evaded. "It's a thingof and those who were discouraged:
out. pf there as quick as I could. I put Frank and Barney in rightat the dear, dead past that's be- and downcast went out and took a
Bart Hodge, a vain youth of sixteen, thought Merriwell and Mulloy oughtto the school. He took them around yond recall, if you don't mind a new grip on life and their work.
alights from a train at Fardale he stumblesover be able to take 'care of Miss and Introduced them to several fellows slight touch of poetry. I suppose we He smiled-and while the years

the animal a half-blind The dog's dog and owner in Tad a rage Jones kicks, a Burrage." who, like himself, had got all have our bitter secrets." rolled on, he grew younger, be
small. shabby boy who supports his widowed Burrage gave him a crushinglook. somewhere. "Friends of mine," was Mulloy was surprised and puz- cause-he smiled.
mother denounces him. This nettles "I've taken the trouble to what he called them, and it was zled. "Oh, well," said he presently,
an Bart orphan and he of slaps Hodge's Tad.age Frank, prevents Merriwell him talk to those other girls also," he enough. It carried weight. It impressed "far be it from me to embarrassyou
from further molesting Tad. Although the I stated. "They say you didn't stop even Dean Graves, with pal. But there'll be others.If .
two says do they not will come have to to blows.settle Hodge their differences sneerlngly for. anything when you saw the dog whom he finally left them, in the it's on the level that you've quit, TCcVO'Ute2QCll2e
later. He and McrrlweU bad come to Far- coming. They say you hit the high 'dean's office. you made a break when you showed
dale to attend Fardale academy. While spots and were rods ahead of them Henry Graves was a calm, friendly your stuff back there. I'll lay you
John Hodge Snodd.consults about Joe his Bemis baggage.truck Merriwell driver for when they got out of the grove." man who had a way with boys. odds you get a call for the squad." 00 the Week-

accompanied by Tad and his dog. Shag, start "They-they '''lie!" Hodge choked He could make them feel very com, "That'll be just too bad," said,
walking to Snodd's place. Presently rumbles the for a moment. "I-I-the minute I fortable in his presence, or very'uncomfortable Frank, "for I'll have to duck it."
,
down Snodd the truck road with and kills Hodge Tad's driving dog. Occupy saw they were all safe I went back." if there was a good Glancing sidewise at his companion A DESSERT that looks very

ing a room next to MerriwelTs in the Snodd "After it was all over. After you reason for it. Sympathy and understanding Barney saw something that pretty, that tastes better than
They home become Is Barney good Mulloy.friends.who Merriwell dislikes Hodge.offers heard Snodd's gun and figured he'd i, were his chief qualities. added to his puzzlement. There wasa those grandmother used to make,
to help Mulloy get into one of the academy shot the dog. That was really he- He always seemed to know when to shadow, he thought, on Merri that's made all; in a jiffy-that's a
dormitories by appealing to Uncle Professor Asher.As roic. I won't tell you what my sister be lenient' with a fellow who had well's habitually frank and,cheerful milk pudding. Besides all this, it
Scotch they a leave friend the ot house Merriwell's that evening Hodgeis thinks of you, Hodge. I'll spare slipped a cog, and when to crackdown face. it's a milk dessert it's bound to be
talking to Inza Burrage. a friend of Belinda your feelings that much." Youthful human nature was Getting back to their room again, good for the whole family, too.
Snodd. Later they meet Tad. who now his study, and he pursued it daily. they found that their trunks had Apple Custard Pudding.
Bart Hodge but
has another dog. That night Bart tried to speak again,
crashes a party given by Belinda Snodd. the words wouldn't come. Every- He gave Frank and Barney the been delivered and moved in while 6 medium-sized apples 1 I'/i teaspoon cups sugar nutmeg

Hodge plays the sings piano and When the lovely Merrlwell.Inza seated Burrage on thing had turned topsy-turvy. It biggest part of an hour. This, he I they were away. They unpacked at 5 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla
the porch with Mulloy. sings a comic song. was a bitter pill to swallow. told them, was their day to get I once and stowed their belongings as 3 cups milk Vz teaspoon salt
Hodge rushes out. accusing him of Insulting "Now you've pulled another boner themselves settled into place. To- well as they could into"closets and Peel and core whole apples and
Inza. She steps between them telling Hodge morrow the routine of the school drawers where space had not already place in a buttered casserole.
deserve his by getting this in here to fry
that Merriwell is too cheap to gang
notice. Next day Merriwell and Mulloy rushto Merriwell," Burrage added. would begin for them. And what he been seized by Hodge. Later, Save the whites of two eggs for
a grove on John Snodd's farm to warn a "Well, Merriwell's a bum sport if had to say about that routine pre- a porter took the trunks away for meringue and beat remaining eggs
picnic party that a large dog Is running together lightly. Combine with
amuck. Hodge tries to convince Inza that he can'ttake a joke," put in Hugh pared them well for it. They knew storage.
this is just a trick of Merriwell's Inza at. Bascomb. how to fall into line when they left The dining hall at the academywas milk and flavorings. Pour over
tempting to escape the maddened animal. "That's right,". agreed Frank I still called the mess hall, as it and around apples. The apples
flees in terror.
Injures her ankle Hodge him.Fellows
must not rise above the of the
Merriwell single-handed holds off the mad cheerfully, "but I didn't stick out : on their way to and from had been in former days. It was a top
dog and'saves Inza John Snodd shoots the my chin for it." classes gave them hardly a glanceas sight for Frank and Barney at meal liquid. (It may be' necessary to
animal. Later. Merrlwell and Mulloy call on place a smaller on top of the'
pan
they roamed about ,the campus time, when its huge seating
Professor Scotch who says the overcrowded "He took it, grinned Mulloy, capac-
them down
hold into the
condition of the dormitories makes it necessary "and handed it right back again. and among the buildings, eagerly ity was filled to the limit with hun- apples to
for them to share' a room-with Bart And howl""I'll taking everything in. The freshmenwere gry fellows whose talk and laughterwas liquid.) Bake in a pan of hot wa-
Hodge. An erroneous version of the mad ter about 1 hour at 300 degrees
dog episode obtained from Hodge who confess I was a trifle sur- easy to spot. The mere con- a pleasant ,sound for youthful '
tries to hide his own cowardice, appears In prised when I came in," said Bur- sciousness .of being freshmen made ears. They found their places at Fahrenheit. When custard is set,
thc local paper. Later Hodge and his friends them unbaked no matter cover with meringue made of 2
appear one of a number of long tables as-
enter
jeer Union Merrlwell hall. where and they Mulloy have as to they, share a how much they tried to hide it. signed to the freshmen. egg whites, 4 tablespoons of sugar,

room with Hodge. Hodge and his friends, "And, of course, we look just as : They looked around for Hodge in and 1 teaspoon of vanilla. Brownat
including Hugh Bascomb. football fullback, I 350 degrees Fahrenheit
do said
are trying to intimidate Merriwell and Mul green as they Barney, vain. He was not at any of the
loy when Inza's brother Walter enters. The Frank, smiling. freshman tables. But that was I
plan of Hodge's cronies to embarrass Merri- "Maybe we do," allowed Mulloy, cleared when the chat-
well \\f all shot to pieces.CHAPTER up presently YOU CAN THROW CARDSIN
"but I've lamped two or three raw ter of some fellows who were talk-
-- ones that would taste like spring
ing football revealed that meals
V-Continued grass to a hungry cow." were served to members of the HIS FACE
-8- i 3 Whether Hodge was seeking to squad in a smaller room reservedfor
'-'Urn-m," said Walter, lifting his r w4i avoid them or not, they saw no the athletic teams. ONCE TOO OFTEN
eyebrows slightly. "Maybe I was .E Jr more of him until class hours were "Well," said Barney, speaking to

misinformed. I was told they had over. Then, as they were lingering I Frank from the side of his mouth,
brought salt to rub into, your .Yy / near the big gymnasium to see the "that gives us the pleasure of seeing WHEN you have those awful

wounds. I fully expected to find you a is 0 a k2 football squad come out for prac- less of him. It'll improve me appe- are all on edge-don't; when your take nerves It out
smarting severely, but you don't tice, they got a surprise. Bart was tite, too." on the man you love.
look very miserable." one of the fellows in playing suits The half hour given to the eve- Your husband can't possibly

"Oh, quite the contrary, sir." who streamed forth from the open ning meal passed swiftly and pleas- know reason how that you he is feel a man.for the simple

"Well, .1 see you've taken the door and started to trot away to antly. The food was sufficient and A three-quarter wife may be
usual frosh lesson in manners, but 1d the field. satisfying. They struck up acquaintances no wife at all if she nags her hus-
you don't have to 'sir' me. The f CA "Do you see what I see, Frankie with a dozen sociable class- band month.seven days out of every

sophs like it,_ but just between our- ?" gasped Barney, his eyes mates in their vicinity. Everythingwas For three generations one woman
selves we'll pass it over." S threatening to explode like soap free and easy and everybody has told another how to go "smil
WItw' through" with Lydia E. Piak-
His eyes discovered the newspa- bubbles. seemed happy. This was the life. ing ham's Vegetable Compound. It
per on the floor where Bob Gagg "Why, I'm batty," said Merry, "if "I'm pinching myself to make helps Nature tone up the system,
"
had dropped it, and he picked it .sd 3 r" F 4Y it isn't our beloved roommate! sure it's no dream," said Mulloyas thus functional lessening the disorders discomforts which from,

up. "Your paper?" he asked, look- "But how could he make it so they walked back to Union hall. the women must endure in the three
ing at Frank again."I sudden? Will ye tell me that, now?" Tad Jones was waiting for themon ordeals of lifo: 1.' Turning from

think it belongs to one of the "Fine work by his friend Bas- the steps. His grin, as he hailed girlhood for to motherhood.womanhood. 2.3. Preparing Approaching
visitors. A high-browed young gen- fRr comb. He's sold Hodge to the coach.There's them, seemed to have a meaningall : "middle ago."
tleman was reading aloud from it your answer Barney. its own."Somebody. Don't be a three-quarter wife
when Mulloy and I came in. Thisis A swift-footed boy, carrying a sent me for you take LYDIA COMPOUND E. PINIOIAM'SVEGETABLE and

Barney Mulloy, Mr. Burrage. A "It Begins to Look as if You Can football, had got off ahead of the Frank," he said. "Bet you can'ft Go "Smiling Through."
pal." others. Now he wheeled suddenlyand guess who., Just bet you can't."
Take Care of Yourself, Merri
Burrage gave Barney a cordial well." booted the ball back toward "If 'you're that sure," said Merrf-
the SlightIf
handshake also before he spoke to those who were following him. But well, "I won't try. Spill it, Tad." Disregard and
Merry again: "I guess ,the highbrowyou rage. "The wrong persons seemedto the kick was much too lusty and "It's Miss Burrage, that's who. slighted, slight the slight
mention was reading the dirt I be shell shocked. How come?" the pigskin soared over them and She's over to Mr. Snodd's 'nd she! love the slighter.-Spurgeon.

came here to see you, about Merri- Nobody answered. Looking about, came bounding erratically towardthe wants you to come there right
well. I've read it myself and it's as proud as if they had been caught watching freshmen after it fell away."

pretty crummy. I've just come back raiding a hen-coop, the fellows who to the ground. Barney's elbow jabbed into TO I PREVENT COLDS I I
from the village after talking to my had come there to take Merriwellover Merriwell scooped it up, gave it a Frank's ribs. "The call of the wild,"
sister about it. She's ready to put the jumps were edging to- deft, quick turn in his hands, he chuckled. "If you answer it, 1 \WATCIfoYOIJR
on her war paint and go .out after ward the door. dropped it and kicked. The thing you're lost." .ALKALINE;
scalps." "Oh, well," said Walter, smiling, sailed as if shot from a cannon. "But I'm too weak to resist"' rsf ."
Hodge had sought retirement' in "we'll pass that over as unfinished Over the heads of the squad mem- laughed Frank.A .
the background. The appearance of business." bers, far over the head of the one clear sunset had'left a silvery

Inza's brother had filled him with "But you can bet it will be fin- 'who had given it the first boot,. it afterglow in the sky. The bright
LUDEN'SMenthol
apprehension. Already the set-up ished," growled Bascomb. zoomed. day was lingering like a departing
which he had rigged with Bascomb'said Burrage turned on him sharply, They had looked round to see who guest at the door.
had been knocked into a cocked the smile'gone from his face. "Look would recover the ball. They saw Inza was sitting in a little roadster Cough.Drops 5

hat, and now the climax threatenedto here, Bascomb!" he said. "You Frank return it. and talking to her brother .contain added
an
ditch him in a grand crash. have a way of getting rough when "Yea-a! shouted an astonished standing beside the car, when

"Inza asked me to see you as you catch a Tartar. Fun is fun, all fellow. "Where'd that" guy get Frank turned into Snodd's yard with ALKALINE FACTORA
soon as'I got back here, Merriwell," right, but the kind of stuff you pull Charlie Brickley's leg? Tad trotting at his side. She was
Burrage went on. "She suggested sometimes isn't funny. You better Merriwell took hold of Mulloy'sarm laughing at something Walter was

writing a letter to the paper herself watch your step. Now put on your and turned him around. "Now" telling her. Barney had called her Companion
and telling the truth about what roller skates and take your little that we've seen what we've beheld, "a pip." It fell short; she was the Choose author as choosea
he said, "let's totter back to our roof. an you
happened. playmates with
you.
friend. Dillon.
That was something Frank hadn't Scowling sullenly, the big fellow roost in Union hall. "Hi, Miss Burrage!" cried Tad. -
expected and it brought a flush into led the retreat, and Hodge slipped An odd look had come into the "Hi, there! I got him. I fetched
his face. "Now that was kind of out also. The day was spoiled for Irish boy's face. "You've been him. I made him come." "FLLtCd'L'FLJLeIiLARGEST
her, Mr. Burrage," he said, "but I I' him. holding out on me, Frankie," he "But it took quite a while," she IT'S SELLER

don't think it'll be necessary. The "It begins to look as if you can charged. "Why didn't you tell me said as they came up. "Did you MOROllNE A fss
Pasteur report will settle whetherthe take care of yourself,. Merriwell," you played football?" have to pull a gun on him?" SNOW-WHITE PETROLEUM jELLY
dog was mad or not." said Burrage, when the door had "I don't." Her laughter had faded down to

"But what she's sizzling over is closed behind the departing guests, "Come now, laddy, you gave your- an odd smile. WNU-7 48-37
the statement made by Hodge. She "but I'm going to warn you to keep self away. Didn't I see you collect "But I had to wait," Tad hurriedto
that ball when it was dodging like a explain. "He was takin' exer-
says he ran away and left her to your eyes skinned for Bascomb.
the mercy of the dog, and she'ssure Hodge isn't half so dangerous as rabbit chased by a hound dog? cise with a knife 'nd fork." BACRACIIESNEED
the beast would have pouncedon that big gorilla, and somehow i I Didn't I watch you drop-kick it like "With a knife and-" The laug-
her when she twisted her ankle you've made him love you like poi- one of the old masters? Didn't it ter leaped back to her lips and :..
for a ride that was something to cascaded."Oh .
and tell down. She thinks it was son. go WARMTH
marvelous, the way you faced the "Why, he never did a thing but pant about? It was the work of an yes," said Merry, "when it
furious creature and fought him off look at Bascomb's mouth and throwa educated leg, whether you stole the comes to athletics, I'm strong for Thousands who suffered miserable backaches
until John Snodd arrived and shot fit over his first view of the Grand leg from Charlie Brickley or not. that course." pains in shoulder Plaster or hips and,find now warm put ,on soothing Allcock's --
him." Canyon of the Colorado," said Mul- Now come clean, old scout." Walter was laughing with them. relief.Porous Muscle pains caused by rheumatism

Now Bart was forced,to step for- loy quickly.. "Well," said Merriwell seriously, "From what I heard at mess time,". all respond,arthritis instantly,sciatica to lumbago the glow and of warmth utrains.
ward and defend himself. His face Walter Burrage caught his breath "I don't play the game any more, he said, "you may' be pretty goodin that makes you feel good right away.
was white and his voice husky and and gave a shout of laughter. "Oh, Barney. I'm all washed up." other courses. They say you can Allcock's Plaster brings blood to the
backache
unsteady. so that was it! The Grand Canyon! "And what's the cause of that, boot a football like nobody's busi- painful Allcock's spot lasts treats long, comes off easily..
is.
"'1 don't know whether the dog It fits! But if that name sticks, I ask you?" ness, Merriwell. The most of our It is the original porous plaster...guaranteed -
was mad or not," he said. "I never Merriwell, he'll hate you to his dying Frank took a little time to replyas kickers do it with their mouths." Over to 5 million bring instant Alfcock's relief H.,IH or tMiTH'.VCJPlasters money back.:
I "Let's not (TO BE CONTINUED) used. 25;. Ifirm i i i>
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.' EIGHT : THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, DECEJtEjEU 3, 1937


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I \
Hotel greater part of the water in the yard, but just as we were rallying cle bacillus, which is the caustive established in 1923 for particular
Moore Haven cane originally or added in the maceration I around it the weather turned cold. germ of tuberculosis.The studies of Everglades farming prob-

Nite process, is boiled away. i We set fire to the tree, but It got best method of tuberculosis lems.
Collapses Saturday be I too cold to stay outside, so we, control is' to 'find the bacillus car- Dr. Joseph R. Beckenbach has
The juice is now ready to plac-
-- ed in the vacuum pans for further rushed indoors. Next morning we.1 rier and to keep him from infecting been named associate truck horti-
: surprised to find that the burn-, culturist, and will devote
were others. That tuberculosis kills more atten
Moore Haven Democrat) evaporation and for the forming of I
ing Christmas tree had frozen. It people between the of twenty- and study to horticultural prob-
The Moore Haven Hotel, 50-room crystals. After the vacuum ages
structure built in 1917 by the sugar have: been filled and the crys- was a beautiful sight, with frozen i, five and forty years than at any lems, particularly with the vast
pans "
South Florida Farms Company and tals have been built up to the required flames standing 40 feet In the air. other period of life Is a well known truck crop industry in the Ever
-Stuart News. fact. However between the of glades. He is a graduate of Antioch
owned now by Mr. and Mrs. J. W size, the sugar is discharged from ages
Adkins was virtually destroyed insofar the vacuum pans into the crystalliz- fifteen and twenty years, tubercu- College, Ohio State University, and

as hotel use is concerned at ers, which as the name implies, is A. F. of L. Opposes losis causes far more deaths than Rutgers University, and member of
9:10 Saturday night when the north for the further crystallization and all the other acute communicable a number of outstanding scientific

wing and lobby fell from the sup- cooling of the mass of sugar crystals Wage And Hour Bill diseases combined. I I organizations. He began work December -

porting foundation piling and and molasses. This mass is called !1 Tuberculosis is peculiar In the I 1. ,
crashed to the ground, about five Frederick B. Boyd, University of
I i massecuite.The respect .that it usually does not reveal -
feet below. None of the occupantsof next step is a very fascinat- Washington, D. C.. Dec. 1.-pre- !I its presence until it has reached Wisconsin graduate, is expected to

the building were injured. ing one, but seldom seen by the vis diction that the statement of President I a stage so far advanced that the assume his duties as assistant agronomist -
A -"large group of duck hunters itor. It is the separation of the molasses Green of the American Feder-! chance of cure has become problem- on February 1, just after
at the hotel :Saturday !!! I receiving his doctor of philosophy
had registered from the sugar and is done ation of Labor, withdrawing the atical and the infection widely I
night, the majority of then labor from tile' degree. He succeeds Ross E. Robertson -
by centrifugal machines, so called support of organized spread to others. Tuberculosis is
from Bradenton, and they; were in because of the movement of their Black-Connery wages and hour bill ; curable if treatment is started ear assistant chemist, who resigned -

their rooms preparing to retire early baskets which revolve at high speed, will kill the measure in its present I ly. Spread of the disease to others recently.PRESSLEY .
and be up early next morning for causing the molasses to pass form, was made here today by Con- can be limited if the case is discov-

their hunt. Their rooms were all through the perforated sides of the gressman J. Mark Wilcox of Florida. -. ered soon enough. Consequently we I MOVES FISH CAMP

in the north wing. A group of basket, leaving the raw sugar built realize the importance of early diag TO HARNEY POND CANAL

:yoking people were having a party up in a wall against the sides of the Wilcox, who for some months past nosis as the most effective factor in
downstairs and part of them were centrifugal basket. To watch the has been pointing out the dangers.I the control of the disease. If we wait (Moore Haven Democrat)

in the lobby with Mrs. Adkins when massecuite change from almost involved in the bill, said Gieen's I for the characteristic symptoms to C. S. Pressley moved his house-

the collapse came. Those in the lob- black to golden colored sugar before statement should have a "very sobering -II I appear, we can be sure that the disease boat from Moore Haven to the

by reported that they heard a sound one's eyes, is like magic. The oper- effect upon Congress" and predicted -I has been going on in the body north side of Lake Okeechobee at

like a timber falling and .one of the ator now slows down the machineand that it would postpone action -I for several months to two years. I. the entrance to Harney Pond Canal
boys; got up from his chair to inves- the wall of sugar is cut away on the wages and hours legis-:: There .is a way to arrive at an early on Wednesday of last week ,and!

tigate. He found nothing but was by an appliance called a sugar dis lation 'at least for the present spec- i i diagnosis. The tuberculin test and there has established the fish c.>
seated when the
no more than again and'crack charger. This golden colored sugarIs ial session. i i the X-ray are at our disposal. We which he formerly operated here.
building started shaking -
and the beside which raw sugar and must not be con- "Mr. Green has very clearly pointed -,I intend to make wide use of such Since the arrival of the boat at
ing seated,chimney crashing fused with brown sugar used by the out that the chief danger of a valuable adjuncts to the control of its new location Mr. Pressley states
they were came housewife which is a sugar refinery powerful Federal Bureau with dic- this terrible scourge. that there has been an everincreasing -
down into the lobby between them. I
All rushed for the exits not knowingat product.The tatorial 'power over both businessand number of hunters and fishermen -

what moment the roof might sugar is now carried by con- labor", Congressman Wilcox NEW PERSONNEL NAMEDAT I making that their headquarters -

come crashing in but all the dam- veyors and elevators to the raw sug- said. "He is eminently correct in EVERGLADES STATION among them being the famous
had been done. There was only ar bin at the bottom which is an opposing the bill." novelist ,Courtney Riley Cooper whois
age
Gainesville Fla.-Dr. J. R. Neller enjoying both the hunting and
automatic scale in ,
dumping
operation
one severe break in the roof and "I am convinced", Wilcox: con-
that at the lobby so that the entire with '''bag attached, each dump tinued, "that if such a board is set I has been placed in charge of the- fishing on this trip to the lake.

north wing of ,the hotel rested on I filling a bag with 325 pounds of up with the authority and power, Everglades Experiment Station at Claire Wilson has charge of the
the ground.The sugar. The filling of the bags and proposed in the Black-Connery bill Belle Glade and an associate truck camp in its new location.

hotel was for many years the seeing them sewed by hand are the It will within a few :years reduce horticulturist and assistant agron- Good fishing has also been reported -
leading hotel around Lake Okee-- last operations witnessed by the vis- labor to a virtual condition of eco-I omist have been appointed to work one party having fished in
chobee. The 1926 hurricane dam- itor. The bags are then trucked 10 nomic clavery. For the past six there, it is announced by Dr. Wil- the canal close to the boat one day

aged it considerably but did not railroad cars which await at the months I have been trying to point I mon Newell,' director of the University since its arrival and caught forty-

dislodge it from its foundations.. It warehouse door to transport the out the dangers involved in this I of Florida Experiment Stations.His one nice bass. A splendid channelIs

is considered likely, however, thai raw sugar to the refinery where it bill and naturally I am gratified to announcement followed, approval afforded: to the open lake from
the foundation was weakened by I will be refined Into Dixie Crystals. know these views are to this extent of the appointments ,by the State the highway bridge where the

the hurricane and flood waters and. Two hundred and fifty; bags are shared by the President of' the Am- Board of Control.Dr. houseboat is anchored and it is
,'\ contributed to the collapse last I usually a carload shipment. erican Federation of Labor." Neller has been biochemistat much closer to the good fishing

week. Originally built considerably I Sugar making is a matter of sep- the Everglades Station for the than when located in ,Moore Haven.

smaller it soon proved too small, for aration. Separation of the fodder THE SCHOOL CHILD AND past several years, and has been act-
the number of patrons and an ad- from the cane, of the juice from the TUBERCULOSISA. ing in charge since the death last VISITOR'S HOURS AT SUGARHOUSE

dition was built on either end. fiber, of the juice from the mud or July 1 of Dr. Adrian Daane. In ad-
in the filtering process, dition to making biochemical stu-
impurities T
( J. Logic, M. D., Director of Tu-
Qf the water from the sugar juicein dies, he will direct the activities of 8 a. m. till 12.
'JThe Story of Sugar- berculosis.
the evaporators and vacuum investigators at the branch station 1 p. m. till 4 p. m..
(Ed note: This is the first of sev-
pan and finally, the separation of I
eral articles which this newspaperwill
the molasses from the sugar in the
Continued from page 1) I I I centrifugals.The reproduce at the request of the,

.y., high above the grinding rolls. local P.-T. A. in order to acquaint
.
laboratory, too, plays an important citizens with the work of .
Everyone who has visited a cane generally; GOOD'I
,,;,. sugar house has been an interested part in sugar making, for the state board of health in its efforts THE WORLD'S NEWS

observer of the manner in which the with chemical control, it is known to. prevent tuberculosis. Be-I will come to your home every day through :

cane comes tumbling down from the I at all times what is taking place in cause a tuberculosis clinic will soon THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR

:; crusher to the conveyor which car- the sugar house. be held in Clewiston to which children : International
the of rolls and At the close of last season's cane and adults are welcomed and An 'Daily NewspaperIt
ries it to first set ,
I records for you the world's clean constructive doings. The Monitor
indeed it is an impressive sight to grinding, approximately 295,000 examined free of charge, the P.-T. A. does not exploit crime or sensation; neither does it Ignore them,
made as but deals correctively with them. Features for busy men and all the
. watch the blanket of cane going bags of raw sugar were is anxious to have a widespread understanding family. Including the Weekly Magazine Section.
I against about 238,000 bags the pre of the work of the clinic -------------------------- --
through the mill, as this part of --------------------------
the sugar house is called to disting- ,vious year. To produce this amount, itself. The next article will describe The Christian Science Publishing: Society
One, Norway Street, Boston, Massachusetts
uish it from the boiling house. The over 529,000 tons of sugar cane the tests to be given.) I Please enter my subscription to The Christian Science Monitor for
mill consists of series of six sets were ground. The contagiousness and infectiousness a period of \
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: rolls having finer grooves and more I plantations to the sugar house at a problem of great importance to Name ------------------_________________________________
pressure exerted than the one be- Clewiston over the Atlantic Coast those engaged in public health work.
{- Line and Florida East Coast rail- health of the Address -______-__________.___________________,_________:
The to the
fore, so that when the cane passed menace Sample Copy on Requat
through the last set of rolls, prac- ways, in the sugar corporation'scane public is centered in the minute
tically all juice has been extracted cars and under power of their particle" of life,' known as the tuber-

and the remaining fiber, the bagasse own locomotives. The raw sugar Is

" ; is conveyed' to the boiler house shipped by rail to the Savannah -

,,' where it is used for fuel to generate Sugar Refining company at Port
Wentworth, Ga., near Savannah,
J' steam for the motive power and '
f boiling juices. Bagasse is I, where it is refined under the trade
-
sugar practically DOES VOM CAR STiLL! ASllLY ?
r the only fuel used. name of Dixie Crystals.

t;: Much importance is placed on extraction Molasses, a by-product of sugar

;- ., of juice and great care is making, is also shipped in vast
; : quantities and on more than one occasion -
..
; .. taken to keep an enormous hydraul-
!r i ic pressure on the mill rolls, at solid trains of tank cars con-
'::', times amounting to 450 tons. taining this product left the Ever-
::. glades for 'the Port of Jacksonville
:, The visitor has observed that the
:'y cane, as it passes through the rolls, for northern markets and the mak-
. ing of fine grain alcohol and other ..
,fr., is constantly being sprayed with
", roducts. Approximately 3,400,000
: warm water. This process is called
gallons of molassEs' were made last
maceration and serves to wash the
rM juice from the fiber. The extracted season.
;. ? juice flows through troughs to collecting Properties of the United States

;., tanks from which it is pump- Sugar corporation lie along the I o {3
ed, to automatic measuring tanks. shores of Lake Okeechobee from

,'' Here the first record is made of the Canal Point on the east nearly to

amount of juice extracted, and here, Moore Haven on the west. Approximately 4r-ce't
white and \
too, is the first step in the treatment 4,000 people, both _
of the juice, for lime is added for negroes, are employed by the sugar
.c clarification purposes. corporation during the grinding sea-

The average observer does not son. When the sugar house is clos-

understand the process of sugar ed and the crop is under cultivation,

making from this point: but it is about half that number is on the

here that sugar making really be- payrolls. Each plantation has its

gins. The juice is heated to boiling villagE where negro laborers are

temperature, then pumped to the housed rent free and full-stocked '
continuous clarifiers where settlement commissaries are maintained. for !

,.. or precipitation takes place convenience of the laborers. ; 0
and promotes the formation o* sub- The sugar industry in the Everglades t :

stances known to the sugar house as is definitely a success, and .
; "mud". This is really the foreign with justifiable expansion, will give ::1''''' r. ,

matter that is in the juice and is employment to an increasing number -

also called the,' impurities, while the of the American people.UIGGEST .. .. -Z---' .

: sugar content is called the "purity". \'
The settlement or precipitation tak- LIAR IX W'''

en from the clarifiers is put through .TE.VSEN IS FOUND -. 7/f ,

the filter presses and the sugar con- .
tent separated from the "mud", the A visitor from l\innesota-ve -
;
i:.:,. .:-. sugar juices remaining in the pro- didn't got his name-is walking Gu1F GfSOUMt LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES
,. cess and the mud cake out as waste. around with the Head Liar'i Cup in i tNat coot '

r;' Again the juice is heated, after Pete Ward's L5as' Club. u> (t;>:,- leaving the clarifiers and is pumped "Last Christmas," ho sli: :!. "we wcw

f\, to the evaporators where the decided to have a Yule tree, in our


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