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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 10, 1937
Publication Date: 1928-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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; r I'I VOLUME. REDc-RDStJ.11, NUMBER 48 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, .FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1937' REDCROSS: .:.

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NEW REGULATIONS' Litigation Settlement TESTIMONY IS TAKEN I American Legion To TOURNEY SEASON IS .""Tf

Planned by E. D. D.
Meet
In Moore Haven

AFFECT, PARKING .IN AT PUBLIC HEARING -- BEGUN AT COURSEj:

J. E. Beardsley, member of the

POST-OFFICE AREANew Everglades Drainage District Board, BY A.A.AW. OFFICIALS Post The No.Clewiston 93 will hold American its December Legion BY
NEW
states that the board at its meeting GOLF PRO i
meeting in Moore Haven at the Woman's -
held Wednesday completed plans
parking regulations will be for settlement of present litigation Testimony Club rooms and will enjoy a .,
requested the Secretary
: by wild duck dinner to be
enforced by the city in the congested I which, looks toward permitting the of Agriculture was taken Saturday the Parent-Teacher's Association served by With a new' professional, Don <

Post Office area, according to I acceptance of taxes on the same basis -I at a public hearing in Clew- the Glades 'County community. The of Young of Iowa City, in charge, the ,''t

plans made this week. I. S. Bell, I as before the present injunctions. iston under the direction of Dr. W. meeting will be held next Tuesday Clewiston Golf, Club officially opens

new city marshall, under the direc- A number of applications for"breakdowns" T. Hamm, Robert B. Taylor, Dr. night, December 14. its tournament season next Sunday -'J

tion of C. E. Miner is marking off of tax statements Joshua Bernhardt and B. H. Ben- Despite the fact, that a numberof with a Points Against Par
parking lines the curbs Bond have already been made by landowners event.
on on nett. The hearing was In compliancewith Moore Haven legionnaires
street and will post signs request- of the district, and the the Sugar Act of 1937, which members of the Clewiston Post this are The club extends an invitation to

ing motorists to park only in pro- I board believes that since taxes maybe provides that the Secretary of Ag- is the first time that a meeting has all golfers in this section to parti-
per spaces. Forty-five degree parking accepted on the old basis, real riculture shall fix cipate in this
a minimum wage been held there. Entertainment is meet, which will bea
will be maintained, except that I progress has been made in restor- scale for
agricultural laborers and being planned by the Moore Haven handicap affair. Tournament entry
twelve feet at the corner .ing order to the financial entanglements the to
space price be paid Individual grow- members who
are hopeful that the will be 25c
I and ball prizes will
along the highway and along Bond of the district. ers, by growers and processors who I entire membership will be present. be
street will be left free. In other I II apply for benefit'payments.. ? awarded according to the number of

there will be no parking permitted I Delaney's Car Has Included in the testimony were Beardsley Makes 3 entries.
within 12 feet of the corn- I statements by Clarence R. Bitting, This initial tournament event

Parking lines will also be indicated First 1938 Tag president of the United States Sugar Sales of Real marks the ushering In ,of a busy
on the curb along the high- Corporation, W. D. Douglas of EstateJ. winter in competitive activity,.
in front of the Seminole and I the Fellsmere Sugar Producers As- something the club has lacked the

Hopkins building. Sheriff H. L. Delaney was pur- sociation, R. E. Kurtz of Fort My E. Beardsley, realtor, announces -;past few years. Under present plans,
There will be an aaditional cul- chaser of the first 1938 automobile I ers, W. C. Lord of Shawano. Harley:! the completion of three Important .! there will be a week-end tourna-

along the highway in front of I i tag in Hendry county and the fact Watson of Arcadia 'and others. real estate sales this week, two ment every Sunday, with an Ever- .
Hopkins building to provide ad-I i will be apparent to everyone Testimony as given at the public of them involving business propertyin glades Championship, Club Champ-
i parking facilities next throughout the year because of the hearing will be a part of the record the city of Clewiston.A ionship and Handicap Championshiprunoff

and particularly to per- I new method of numbering tags a- I in the office of the Secretary of Agriculture group of four lots on the corn- sometime during the winter
trucks to unload at other points dopted this year. Delaney's tag Is and is for his 'use in set- er of Sugarland highway and At- season. Play in the week-end affairs -
near the crowded corner. I "49-1". ting the wage rate and the price (to .lantic avenue were purchased this will be confined to Saturdays

City Marshall: Bell wail remain on The numerals 'preceeding the dashis be paid.INEW week by local interests from Arthur !and Sundays, making it possible for

at this corner during the hours I the county's; number given it by F.. Perry of Jacksonville. These lots golfers to take part either day or

traffic is usually ,most con- the standing in the number of auto I are 13, 14, 15, 16, in Block 362. both days, if so desired.In .
-the noon and late afternoon tags sold last year. This shows that COLD WAVE IS The property has a frontage of 100 keeping with the new plan for

despite the fact that Hendry is one i feet on the highway and 110 feet tourney activities other departments
The corner has become a serious of the smaller counties of the state, on Atlantic avenue with a twenty tot the club are progressing 'accord

hazard during the busy hours, geographically speaking, it ranked FORECAST HEAVY i foot alley in the rear. It Is one of ingly. Don Young, summer- profes-
largely to the fact that so many 49th in sale of license tags. The j ; the most valuable locations in the sional at the Iowa City Country

are parked ,Jor short periods number following the dash will city, being located one block east Club, Iowa City, Iowa, has taken
at various angles near the Post show the number of tags issued In'' LOSS FIRST OF WEEKWith of the Hopkins Building, and is the over the pro duties at the club. He

The city has installed a the county this year when that, par corner diagonally opposite the site will have. charge of both the club
light on the corner which ticular tag was sold. The same sys- of the new hotel now under con- house and golf course. Young was
of assistance in calling attention tem will be used on all classes of another cold wave predictedto struction. Mr. Beardsley states that professional at the Lake Okeechobee -
passing motorists to the traffic tags save that the designating let- reach the Everglades today and he understood the purchase was Club, Port Mayacca last winter

i ters will precede the county I bring killing frost tonight farmers made as an investment but that it and is well acquainted with Glades
i'i ber. of the area ruefully survey the dam- is likely that some improvementswill golf problems. Under his direction,

Cross Roll Call i The '38 tags are grapefruit num-I age of the cold spell the first of the be- made on it In the near fu- all greens are now in the process of
week. A low of 27 degrees which ture. being spiked, fertilized and seeded,
low on a black background and are
Is Here ,('was sustained for three hours Tuesday Another important sale was that and golfers are assured of improved -
Underway 'very attractive. Officials of the motor I
1 vehicle department believe the I I night was recorded in the Eastern of Lots 19 and 20, Block 361. This putting surfaces by shortly after
paint will division (near Canal Point) by property consists of business, lots Christmas. All rough will also be
hold up better this, year
The annual drive of the Clewiston than in the case of the '37 lags. the United States Sugar corporation' having. frontage of 50 feet, almost -I burned and the, entire course will
of the American Red Cross Purchasers have been urged to Instruments. This is the lowest tem- directly' In front of the Post be put in first-class condition to

memberships is underway this buy early this year in order that perature of the area this year. Office on Bond Street. It is probable meet the busy tournament season
with Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, the Estimates of the damage to truck that an announcement will be ahead.
tag money might go in to Talla-
chairman, being assisted by hassee in time to bolster up the crops in the Everglades section made next week giving details of Young plans also to greatly en-
F. M.. Wright, 0. A. Jones and ;,teacher's salary fund and permitan range as high as 75 % of all crops, the building which is planned for hance the professional shop at the
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G. E. Smith. be in with higher percentages ,lost In immediate construction.Mr. club, both in service and equipment.He .
appropriation to made time I
The memberships are $1.00 an- some sections. Practically the entire Beardsley also sold 20 acres also announces that if enough interest -
to pay December salaries before the I
", and although the workers Christmas holidays. I area lost all the tender crops. oil farm land in the Rltta section for is shown he will conduct a
I not yet covered their territory, I From Clewiston to South Bay I Dr. E. P. Hawkins of Montrose, series of free Junior Classes of In-
report 35 have already jOin there was little damage from frost Minnesota this week. I struction each Saturday throughout
d'l Ladies Aid Bazaar but the estimated yield loss from the winter season.
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the cold wind was 50%. From South
Begins Oglesby Building Two:
I i IOn Nets Total of $125The Bay to Belle Glade the loss was' Junior Lee ChapmanJunior
I 75% of the tender crops and fifty I ;
New Sias Home percent of all crops. From Belle New Duplex HomesH.

annual bazaar of the Ladies Glade east and north around the I Lee Chapman, 20, of Okee-:

Construction was begun this week Aid of the Community Church was I Lake shore there was an 80 % loss J. Oglesby is erecting two chobee, formerly of Clewiston, diedin
a five-room residence for Post- held yesterday in the Hopkins Building I of all crops. buildings on lots adjoining his home the Pahokee hospital early Thurs-

and Mrs. A. W. Sias on a and a net sum of approximately There was evidence of frost along on Pasadena Avenue, each buildingto day, morning from injuries sustainedlate
recently purchased by them from $125 was realized from the event. the road at Liberty Point, but mostof contain two apartments. The Wednesday evening when the
Alston. Besides the sale of handmadegift the beans there have already apartments are being built for rent- truck in which he and a companion,
articles there was a cooked been J. S. South I al purposes and Mr. Oglesby states '
The home, will be a five-room I picked, Aly, of Bay F. 'R. King, were returning to Belle
house. The living room and I food sale and a spaghetti lunch'and having the largest acreage in that that they will be available in about i' Glade crashed through a Conner's
I
room will be finished in supper were served by the ladies. I'.vicinity. An acreage back from the 60 days. Highway bridge five miles from Pa-
I All departments of the bazaar received t road and near the lake was reported J. F. Tippey has contracted the hokee.
pine and the other rooms in
I : Paul Bussey Is contractor j the liberal patronage of to have been undamaged.The building and has already laid foun- Chapman and King, both of whom
the building. jcal residents., Only five articles 10-1 largest truck acreages near dations for one of them. Construc- were employed by the Auchter com-

The cost including the lot is esti- mained unsold at the close of, the I Moore Haven on the muck at present tion will be pushed to completionin pany of Belle Glade, had, been to
at $3,000. The site adjoins day, all cooked food was sold and are those of R. Boe, Glen Williams hopes of having them ready for I Okeechobee for a visit with Chap-
Alston home. the supply of spaghetti was exhausted and P. B. Mills. Mr. Williamswas occupancy by the first of February. I man's mother, Mrs. G. A. Tennery.
in the evening when several customers :- picking on Wednesday and it Mr. Oglesby has just four lots adjoining I Chapman was struck in the fore-

still desired to be served. appeared that none of his patch had his home, on Pasadena AV'I head by a timber and received severe -
COUNTY STUDENTS Two prize quilts were awarded been damaged at all save for a few nue. The new duplexes are injuries. King's injuries were
ATTENDING i F. S. C. W. through drawings, Mrs. E. Z. Schult I spots nipped in a field of very young built on lots 27 and 28 of block I limited to a fractured knee, cuts

won the large quilt made by Mrs. I beans along the road. Heavy rainfall 160. The floor plans are identical, (I and I bruises. Both were taken to the
Tallahassee, Dec. 9.-Six students Wilfred Lockhart, and Mrs. E. r damaged the bean acreage of I each building will be 24 by :36 Hospital and King later was takento
; of_ Hendry county are attending Mills won the baby quilt. C'I'Mr. Mills to some extent ,last week I feet and each apartment will con- his home, in Okeechobee.
I Florida State College for Women The success of the affair was due but frost damage was negligible. Mr. tain three rooms and bath. Chapman lived in Clewiston for
this year, according to the regist- I to the efforts of those in
untiring
; Boe, with still a nice acreage in at two years with his step-father and
office. charge and the splendid cooperationof 'Hillcrest appeared to have suffered Xmas Display Contest mother Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Tinnery.He .
Sixty-four out of Florida's 67
many who assisted with the preparations 'little either from the rain or the and Mr. Tinnery were"" employedby
counties, as well as 15 states, Cuba, I as well as to the splendid frost. By Garden Club AgainThe the Atlantic Construction com-
: the District of Columbia and France I patronage given by the townspeople.
Sugar cane was practically un- pany, and later Chapman workedfor
represented in the enrollment of
damaged by-the cold, although some the Clewiston company. Funeral
1,778 students which is the
registration in the college's highestfall his- Kiwanis Plan Further I lof the younger cane may have been I ,Clewiston Garden Club, according services will be held Saturday in
retarded in its growth"to a slight to custom, will sponsor a Okeechobee and burial will followin
tory. To Give Xmas BasketsDr. extent. contest of Christmas decorations, the Port Mayacca cemetery.
Leon county, where the
college is I Weather indicate that tonight's
reports states Mrs. F. M. Wright, presidentof
: located, has 196 students enrolled ,
temperatures will drop con- the Club.A .
while Dade is second with 184; Du- 3'. W. Ezelle, chairman of the siderably lower than those the first first and second prize will he While giving thanks today for our
val third with 157 own good health remember there
; Hillsborough underprivileged child committee of of the week. awarded for the best decorated door-
fourth with 141; and Polk fifth with are thousands who do not have it
the Kiwanis Club, conducted a dis- way, and a second prize will be a-
103. and who need your help. Christmas
cussion at Wednesday's meeting on At least once each year comes warded for the best decorated out-
I Seals provide one means to help.
States represented Include: Ala- the plans of the committee for the YOUR opportunity to have a partin door tree. It does not matter whether -
bama, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, annual distribution of Christmas, I the fight against tuberculosis.The the tree is one that has been Buy them and use them.

Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, baskets. Kiwanians have decided to I time has come. Christmas Seals planted permanently or one that
New Jersey, New York, North Caro- stress useful clothes as gifts in their are now on sale. was cut and erected only for the Remember when your Christmas
lina, Ohio Pennsylvania, South preparation of the baskets this year, I I purpose of decoration.The Seals arrive tomorrow that tuberculosis -
r Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia. and arrangements have been completed contest is open to all resi- I kills one and one-half timesas

Hendry county students are: the I for the delivery of basketsto toys. These will distributed. by dents of Clewiston. Entries will be many girls between the ages of
: Misses Dorothy Cate, Ruth Knight, a number of worthy families. drawing to other members, and after judged after dark Christmas Eve. I 15 and 25 as boys. Christmas Seals
: BettySpicer, Clewiston; Marie The annual Christmas party will the meeting all toys will be gath- Some unusual potted plants have finance many of the concentrated
Hampton, Nancy Stewart, LaBelle; be held at the meeting next week. ered and saved for use-in the Christ- been obtained by: the club for prizes I efforts being made to reduce this
i : Beatrice McDaniel, Felda.I Each member will bring a gift of mas baskets. In the contest. unnecessary taking of young lives.
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IVewcs ,Review of Current Events, what
l6LL2Phi1S ( bbj1V VaVO'Cltfl; te ecne

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: PLANS A BUILDING BOOM J1t).thinks og the WaQL --

President Offers Program to Congress Revision of

Allies of MarriageHope Taxes Not Likely Before January Session about: Pumpkin Custard.

makes marriage beautiful, How to Be Fair. 2 cups canned i2 teaspoon ginger
.l happiness preserves it, and misfortune pumpkin \\ teaspoon nutmeg
strengthens it. .M'r SANTA MONICA, CALIF.- % cup sugar, part 1 teaspoon salt
brown 3
To find the best craftsman, select time the heirs to an 1 L teaspoon cinnamon 2ft eggs cups milk
the one who isn't afraid to undivided estate start'' litigating \'\ teaspoon cloves

praise the others. .'}:} I think of a decision which Beat pumpkin thoroughly with
: A fool is useful. He serves as. ,VyS. dry ingredients. Beat eggs slightly
had
in it more wisdom more
'. a horrible example. add .to milk and combine with
If you're witty your "rugged in common sense and more fair pumpkin mixture. Pour into baking

dividualism" is acceptable. ness than even King Solomon's pan, set in a pan of water

Planned Apologies inspired justice. (% inch deep on pan), and bake

r It is the premeditated apologies I can't remember whether 'twasa for about 45 minutes in a moderateoven

r that" are the most painful for both. ruler upon the throne or a judge (375 degrees). Chill before

Many who love the sea wish no' upon the bench who serving, unmold onto chop platter,

other contact with it except handed down this f and garnish."Cleopatra's.

. through the eye. ruling. But two -
: .You May Get Your Reward brothers fell out Fan"

i When you know a man has a over a proper division '
e. disposition like a mule don't talk of their father's r Quilt Is the Choice

'about him behind his back. possessions. Accordingly .' lf.

!> A he-man is recognized by the they carried ; Cleopatra herself once used

f: fact that he doesn't talk about it. the dispute to a palm-leaf fans as graceful as

, He simply is one. higher court of the these that adorn this striking

We believe in suppressing van land. quilt. You need but three mate

ity, especially that of the rooster, : fw'r}: :yy yi' tX ,S So his majesty, or rials to bring out the contrast of

\" '. when he crows at three o'clock in his worship, or his this rich design. Pattern 1579 con

the morning. honor, as the case irvin S. Cobb. tains complete instructions for cut-

' may have been,
said:

: Don't Neglect Minor "Let the older brother apportionthe

property into what he regardsas

two equal shares-and then let
Throat IrritationDon't Japan is pushing her conquest of China not only in: the Yangtse valley
. but also, and especially, in the nothern provinces. Here is seen a Japanesetank the younger brother have first
.. take chances. Rub on soothing unit rumbling along the road to Taiyuan. choice of the shares."

:. warming Musterole. Relief generally But, of course, the lawyers
k follows. couldn't have favored the plan. It
Musterole gets such marvelous re-
;. -suits because it's NOT just a salve. -atcw PLcL&td was too beautifully simple to suit
It's a "counfer.irrifanf"-easing, any lawyer in any age. The American

warming, stimulating and penetrat THE WORLD'S WEEKS Bar association would just nat.
ing-helpful in drawing out local )Western Newspaper Union. urally despise it.
congestion and pain. *

Recommended Used by millions by for doctors 30 years.and Building Boom Wanted has been studying the subject had Cemetery Salesmen.I .
many not yet reported. So it appeared RECEIVED a letter from one of
All druggists'.' In three
nurses. the
of existing housing
strengths: Regular Strength, Chil REVISION order to facilitate a almost certain that action must be our plushiest cemeteries. We

f dren's (mild), and Extra Strong. boom asked by President postponed until the regular session have some of the plushiest cemeteries
Approved by Good Housekeeping. building was which starts in January. on earth; it's a positive pleasure
Roosevelt in a special messageto -*- to be dead out here.
He .said such legislation -
congress.
I was urged to invest in a highly
would the flow of credit President Goes Fishing
Priceless Time ease
desirable lot, for only a few thousand
t", A wise man can find nothing of and open great reservoirs of idle HAVING put the tax and housing smackers; or buy a perfectly

w that value, for* which to barter capital to fight the business slump. up to congress, President I lovely crypt-slightly more expensive -

away his 'ime.-Howe. The responsibility for the success of Roosevelt left for Miami, Fla., but most luxurious.
: such a program he placed squarelyon where he embarked on a fishing
Through some private whim or
labor and industry. cruise. Accompanying him was Assistant ;
pique I failed to answer this tempting
,
Specifically, the President recommended ,
Attorney General R. H. :
} GET READY FOR changes in the housing act Jackson, and the two discussed communication. Today I received Pattern 1579.
an appealing follow-up let
which wbuld: I for
plans legislation that would let
1.. Reduce from 5% per cent to 5 i the government proceed against the"bad" ter. I gather that, if I neglect this ting, sewing and finishing, together -
f. splendid opportunity, I'll live to regret with yardage chart, diagramof
i cent the interest and service
WINTER DRIVING per trusts without injuring those ,
,
charges permitted by the Federal that. are considered "good." it. Or maybe I won't. quilt to help arrange the blocks "
for single and double bed size 44and
Housing administration on loans Other members of the angling Such thoughtful attention merits \
( .- made by private' institutions. party were Secretary Ickes and response. I'm replying as follows: a diagram of block which
No section of population is serves as guide for
our a placingthe
2. Authorize the housing admin "Dear in ;
. WPA Administrator Hopkins. gents: Space a grave
: the automobile
more dependent and
upon patches contrasting
r', as a means of transportation 'istrator to fix the mortgage insurance -*_ yard is,the last thing I shall require. materials. suggests
: premium charge as low as % When that time comes, somebodyelse -
: than the residents of the smaller
After French Send 15 cents in coins
f,', communities and rural districts. of 1 per cent on the diminishing Throne will do the shopping. Trusting stamps or
: balance of the insured mortgage instead .of the French these few lines may find you the (coins preferred) for this patternto
ALARM govern-
Yet each Fall, many car own The Sewing Circle, Needlecraft
of the face "
on original over the plotting of the same, yours gratefully.
;. themselves deal
ers cause a great
: Dept., 82 Eighth Ave. New York
" amount, and to Vt of 1 per cent on "hooded ,
of trouble and expense by neglect Cagoulards or ones" that But if a representative calls in personas N. Y.
,- ing one or all of the simple yet the diminishing balance of an insured led to the arrest of many rightists he'will-I'm a gone gosling.

;- necessary steps to assure proper mortgage where the estimated ;""" and the raiding of Those slick talkers always do get

\'" operation of the car in Winter value of the property does not. f ': .: ::::" : hidden stores of' me. You just ought to see my collection g roa N
" exceed and where the'mort. l : :f.
weather. $6,000 : :H:; : weapons and ammunition of oil stocks. Now, there's
A minimum Winter protection gage,is insured prior to July 1, 1939. I," < a ::<)1 was far from something that does need burying.

K:" program should cover: 3. Increase the insurable limit :. ...<.... ';:";..j baseless. EVidently' pg0'wra4 uophape
%
1. Complete change to correct from 80 to 90 per cent in cases .J[ v_'is' :) there was a real
; Making Juleps.
grade of lubricants for motor where the appraised value of the f > i'-:' \ zef. 'J conspiracy to over disputatious soul seeks to 0
: transmission and differential. property does not exceed $6,000. :, : : throw the republicand SOME
A- J
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.;< reopen the ancient debate over
if- 2. Motor tuned adjusting 4. Facilitate the construction and .:<.. <
set
up, including L>. ) ) > up a dictatorship the proper recipe for mine julep. I
r. carburetor valves financing of of houses for "
groups K.f ;" /f" and eventually decline the invitation. Since the
I distributor, sparkplugs, genera rent, or for rent with options to purchase {:%Jt'. a restored mon
Dred Scot decision has
tor and all electrical equipment. through blanket mortgages. W<" : The nothing I
archy.
:
: : ;; < / ,; govern- stirred up as much bitter controversy GET RID OF
: 3. Drain and flush cooling system. 5. Clarify and simplify provisions. ment ,announced,
. south of the Ohio river.
'.
' ". Refill with suitable anti-freeze for the construction of large scale Due de Guise however, that the
North of the Ohio river doesn't
solution. rental properties through facilitating plot had been wrecked.
:.-. Selection of motor oil and their financing. From his place of exile in Belgium count. The Yankee conception of a BIG UGLY
greases for Winter driving is particularly julep is calculated to make a hostof
'- 6. Grant national mortgage associations the Duc de Guise, 'pretender
;': ; important. You must'select sleeping Kentucky brigadiers rise
:. to the throne of France issued
"explicit authority to make a
;; an oil which will permit up from their respective Bourbon PORESPLENTY
loans manifesto announcing he had decided
on large-scale properties that -
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easy starting, that will lubricate casks and start giving the rebel
.. the motor throughout the entire are subject to special regulation by to try to regain the throne. hiss. ,

' driving range of speeds and will the federal housing administrator." "Have the moral courage not to Naturally, the only perfect julep is OF DATES NOW..DEMON'SFACIAL
continue to do 7. Remove the 1 1939 limitation abdicate before present difficulties "
so for a reasonable July the Paducah julep. Just drop in
, mileage. on the $2,000,000,000 permittedto the manifesto appealed to French MAGNESIA MADE HER -;
next summer and sample the real
i For many years Quaker State be outstanding in mortgages, with men. "Do not permit, in a momentof product on its native heath-not ata SKIN FRESH, YOUNG, BEAUTIFUL.

: Winter Oils and Greases have congress eventually limiting the insurance abandon, dictatorship of any kindto saloon where the bartender is
been recognized as the highest of mortgages prior to the impose itself. Romance hasn't a chance when big ugly
,' likely to have heretical ideas, suchas
' quality and most generally satisfactory I beginning of construction of individual "Certain of my ability to assure pores spoil skin-texture.Men love the soft
Winter lubricants the using preserved fruits and even smoothness of a fresh,young complexion.Denton's .
on projects. I have
happiness, decided. to
market. > your putting the sugar syrup in first, Facial Magnesia does miraclesfor
8. Permit insurance for repair and reconquer the throne of my fathers. which amounts to downright crime unsightly skin.Ugly pores disappear,
I Through Quaker State'js highly modernization loans as provided France then again will reassumeher -but. in the private home. skin becomes firm and smooth.
developed methods and equipment mission in the world and
previous to April 1 of this again
it is possible to produce a motor year e Watch your complexion take on new beauty-
oil which will .have a satisfying when this provision of the housingact will find peace, unity and prosperity Western Superiority. Even the Hint: few treatments with Denton'Facial
expired. through a union of the people witha Magnesia make a remarkable difference. With
body over the 400-degree range of titular defender-king." IN BORNEO, tigers slay such an the Denton Maglo Minor you can actually...
temperature it will meet. That incredible host of natives that the tho texture of your skin become smoother day.by..
is, when the motor temperature No Time for Tax Revision day.Imperfection* are washed clean.Wrinkle
yearly mortality is proportionatelyalmost gradually disappear.Before you know it Dentoa'a'
is way below zero, the oil will still is Farm Bill ReportedM one-tenth the La* brought you entirely new, skin lovellneiK
as great as
be fluid enough to allow the motor THERE no use kidding the
to turn easily and also to flow country," said Senator Bark- ARVIN JONES of Texas, chair- average number of persons who will EXTRAORDINARY OFFER

I freely to all the bearings. Yet this ley, majority leader of the senate, man of the house agricultural be wiped out in traffic fatalities onAme'rican can try-Saves Denton*You Facial MoneyYou Magnolia on In*,
same oil has enough body to standup as he gave out the sad news that committee, submitted the house's highways during any given moil liberal offer we have ever made-good for:-

and to give the motor proper 51'W w ,."n' it would be impossible farm bill, together with a majority I 12 months. A bottle few weeks(retail only.price We$1)will plus send a regular you a full wed 12 box os.

lubrication when the temperature ., :%j'.. ble to formulate and report defending the measure and I In India, owing to the refusal of of famou. MJnesIa Wafers (known throughoutthe
inside the calling for speedy enactment so that Hindus to country u the original Milk of Magnesiatablets
cylinder wall reaches 'ij.?<:" Z pass a tax revision those benighted destroy plus the Denton Magic Mirror (hows
400 and over. %\/,,j"')..:: {.. bill the brief time the rise of mounting crop surpluses : any living creature, 20,000 inhabitants your skin specialist....) J aU for
; offer.
As with any other product you : ;:' !:- ';}; i remaining to the extraordinary which are depressing market prices annually are killed by venomous only Write$11 todayDENTON'S I Don't miss out on this remarkable

buy, you get what you pay for.
An oil of Quaker State quality is ;;.: 4'fJAW.,, of congress The The house bill is less drastic than in 1936, we spent only 15 billionsfor
<<
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necessarily expensive to make. }1.lfh.tk: : { senator had just the senate version, but it was denounced crime, or 18 times as much as

This does not mean, however, that \ )t fW been conferring with 'vigorously in a minority we spent on national defense, yet .
Quaker State is more expensiveto : the President, and report which declared it was "un managed to let many poisonous human Facial MagnesiaSELECT

use. Being pure, concentrated QVI"1fj his statement dashed constitutional, unsound, unAmerican snakes go free to build up murder I; '.'-
t lubrication, it stands up longer in the hopes of those ," likely to "work to the detriment statistics.In PRODUCTS,Inc. 1'
service. It
gives more miles 4-402-23rd St. ;
quart and at the same time gives per Sen. who believe ailing of American agriculture," and Japan, geisha girls are govern- LonglslandCityN.Y. 1
the bearing surfaces safer protec Barkley business is in dire threatening to "dislocate" foreignand mentally licensed and protected, Enclosed End$1 1,
tion. need of such assistance as revisionor domestic markets. which is indeed an affront to the (cash send or stamps) 1
for which me your 1
You will want to step into the car, repeal of the tax on undivided Both house and senate bills, it was principles of an enlightened people special introductory 1
even when the mercury is hiding corporate surpluses and capital predicted, would be modified because who patronize so-called world's fairs combination. I 1I
in the bulb and press the starter gains. Mr. Roosevelt had said he of the President's implied that are dependent on unabashed 1

with every expectation that the was in favor of tax revision as soon threat to veto the legislation unless nudity for popular favor, and shows : Name----------------------a-_ :

motor will start off with its usual as congress was ready for it. But it was put on a "payasyougo" dependent on foul lines and nasty Street AddreU------------------ :'
Summer zest. This sure starting such legislation must originate in basis. He insisted the farm situations. :
plus motor protection, is only pos the house, and the subcommittee of bill must not interfere with his IRVIN S. COBB. = City........... St..t .........._ ='
plansto
sible by preparedness.-Adv. .........................
the ways and means committee that balance the budget. Copyright.-WNU Service.








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THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1937 j.



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' :TIE CHEERFUL CHERW6Hy IMPROVED Sea Below the Sea .1

UNIFORM //iMWMf, !/nrWm..w w:4:48rAR xi i,rRhW.vv44Jl.'ti''r fl. 'YNr At one of the oddest places in
VI- the world, on the shore of the
temperament's su ckI'm Dead sea, a chemical plant has

a, bvrde..t\ SUNDAY been ,built 1,300 feet below sea
level.

sensitive to t..degree.riy By REV. In the greatest depression on

nerves are a. fright Dean of the of the earth's surface, more than two .

\ hen Im I bite Western miles lower than the rest of the ''
angry K
world's seas, rests the Dead sea, ,:.
Itl fierce to Lesson for a swamp-like body of water 47 s

be, clever ..oJ miles long, 10. miles wide; five

like D_ CHRISTIAN 1 times more salty than the ocean
Irey d and even poisonous to smell. .
'" f.8,
i1i\ a Into it tumbles
LESSON TEXT-I : the River Jor-
2117. >): <. ; dan, bearing mineral salts, suchas
GOLDEN TEXT i bromides, potash, soda, valuedat i'
the Father and with : 11
I John 1:3.PRIMARY. more than $10&,000OOQ!. There
00 TOPIC the Jordan is trapped. The ,Dead '
JUNIOR INTERMEDIATE TOPIC- S / sea has no outlet. Its chemicalsare
_
-Comradeship with left for man to gather.-Wash- '
WNU Service. YOUNG PEOPLE ; ington Post. .
Daily Fellowship w..,
.5' vy
5A

Fellowship- :

AROUNDTHE meaning, even
ordinary CLASSIFIED

speaks of ,the
HOUSE with man in a DEPARTMENT

a sharing of Cafes Are Popular.

Brighter Glass.All glass bowls tories-a

and tumblers should be washed tionships; are I'standing armies of trees in close

,:- in warm soapy water and then in They lead to frie formation, through which cut. beguil- PECANS
.J clear water to which a little vinegar the; hearts of of'' ing avenues and paths.
has been added. purpose and in I is its : The most numerous member of Pecans-Highest cash prices paid for '

It is, however One the tree family is the linden. Alsoin Pecans write,Southern prompt returns.Pecan Co.Make, Quitman shipmentsor Ga.

Removing Tar Stains. Tar ward when we which r large numbers are found most of

stains can be removed from car- tian"; to our familiar American trees, suchas

pets by spreading a thick paste of ing we not only un- maple, elm, horse chestnut Witty Dr. HolmesDr.

turpentine and fullers' earth over most glorious lan- (much beloved by the German), oak, Oliver Wendell Holmes, the

the affected Leave for acacia, poplar and birch.A famous
spot. on other but we do essayist, author and phy-
several hours, then brush off. portant things: census of trees standing ia sician, father of the late justice, :

eligible to this tick, streets and squares alone-entirely met a man who had devoted him-
Knitting: Hint.-What a nuisanceit exclusive of the parks-totals halfa
self to
who are must lecturing throughout New
is when knitting a sleeve to million.
Christ and (2) out of England, without much ability for
;
have to back The Berliner's love of
go to the beginningand trees is
lowship beyond vast the task. In other words, he was .'
count decreases. so deep that in where
Try puttinga many cases,
men with each pat- much of a bore. "What are you
fastener through decrease city appropriations have not
snap -
every provided "
them into the about now? asked Dr. Holmes. :
row you knit, then decreases I the necessary funds, private
What a high urban The answer was, "Oh, lecturing as
can be seen at a glance. citizens have paid for the plantingof
Do you belong? their own streets. usual. I speak at Dedham this
Preserving Patent Leather.- the door: by me which evening." "Good," said Holmes

The life of patent leather may be -in he, shall be highly Venerable, and In many cases un- "I'm delighted to hear it. I never

prolonged by rubbing it occasion- Our Scripture in beautiful, landmarks of a bygone liked those Dedham people." ,, ,
day are being sacrificed to the demands -
ally with glycerine applied with a are from two of traffic.
clean cloth. Both speak of yet
fellowship but the Many Old Buildings Saved.

present Where possible, worthwhile old
A Three Days' CoughIs ness and the buildings are being preserved. The

blessed 30,000 march of time has not yet intrudedon

Your Dagger Signal I. Christian the neighborhood of the Nikolai

No matter how many medicines John 1:1-7)). keep- church, where one comes across X-, .'. :iI .
:you have tried for your cough, chest build- such architectural oddities as' the ', .
The First .
cold bronchial irritation, can .',
or you as Knoblauch Haus-literally "Garlic
get relief now with Creomulsion. fellowship with House" with its vivacious ,
rococo Gives {
Easier Quicker :
Serious trouble may be brewing and on three things Ironing '
cannot afford to take chance 100- exterior, and its pretentious con-
you a combination a '
with less than of temporary, the Ephraim house. i -f.
any remedy potent of truth q ,
[: Creomulsion, which goes right to yearly One learns from the archives of
t l the eat of the trouble and aids nature hence fellowship the Markisches museum that this A gift that brings the joy of, .:'I
/ to soothe and heal the inflamed on our walking
third
better, easier ironing in a *
other
latter was built by one Veitel Eph-
mucous membranes and to loosen righteous (2:29): less time over old methods! Heats I '.:
and expel the germ-laden phlegm. with God riam, an enterprising racketeer of itself. Easily regulated. Operates] "
Even if other remedies have failed ,
Lord.'k Frederick the Great's time. He "
/ :
righteousness. with ordinary untreated gasoline clon't be discouraged, try Creomul- rock- aided an embarrassed state and hour or less. Glides over clothes with little
sion. Your druggist is authorized to hence fellowship effort. Genuine instant lighting1. Hand-1 i
likewise amassed his fortune .
own by
refund :your money if you are not on our some blue porcelain enameled body matches ,
debased "thalers nick- cool blue handle.See this ideal work-saving ;
coining M
thoroughly satisfied with the benefits M. I
love" (James gift for Mother or Sister at your dealer '
;
: obtained from the very first clause named "Ephraimites, which he J
bottle. Creomulsion is one wordnottwo Every struck from copper with only an FREE FOLDERS-Send a postcard now. .4 ";i
and it has no hyphen in it. passage before onion-skin thickness of silver sur- THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE CO. 1
Ask for it plainly, see that the name spiritual truth is so Dept.WU-322Wichita. Kans.; Chicago III.: A .;
on the bottle is Creomulsion, and our full time but ; pro- face. Philadelphia,Pa.; Los Angeles Calif. (7371) Jr _:
you'll get the genuine product and selves to The most striking change observed ,t1
the relief yeu want. (Adv.) exer-
ing fact; namely in the physical aspect of the $.005 Per Gallon ."
lowship is made city is that on Unter den Linden.
One of the largest oil companies
Two Kinds of DebtsI little
This wide because of build-
we have a avenue,
in the United States that
says
debts of honor-not honor- Here
pay this has de-
Christ. He it ing new subway, been :
through advertising it is able to :
able debts.-Reynolds. Father-the One nuded of its famous shade trees.
fam- market its product at less than
"no darkness at ) Their roots were too deeply sunk in
one-half mill gallon.MOOLONE.
per
HEAD COLD RELIEF follow him we these tradition and earth to make their :

Light as he is in lot tenable when the human moles

VITU EVERY BREATH This allows for have began their burrowing.

crookedness in These dignified patriarchs were I. '"
Just put 2 drops of Penetro Nose "
SNOW WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
Drops in each nostril and get relief. biting nor evils carefully dug up and placed in other
to LARGE JARS StAND/Ot
:from the discomfort of miserable Let us open the more hospitable locations. Their
head colds and sinus congestion. the heart to the found- place has been taken by a quad-

Penetro Nose Drops contain ephe- put every evil who ruple row of fresh little upstarts.
drine (openL)g-up action) and other blood of a Shockingly callow and insufficient Read to Consider
"balanced medication." They help The Read not to contradict and con-
they look.
to shrink swollen membranes, cleanseth us ) by the fute, nor to believe and take for
soothe the inflamed area, make II. Christian Changes in Latter Days.
and is granted, nor to find talk and discourse -
breathing easier. 25c, 50c, $1 bot- nity (Rev. 21 : with I Berlin did not escape the west- but to weigh and consider \ t
tles, at all druggists. Purse size,lOc. Our present ward-pushing urge which has pos- .Bacon.
Demand Penetro Nose
Drops. and with one sessed continents, countries and

...r.; -. cious-but how I cities.
Man the Captain and
by sin and Oldsters of today tell of open fields
Each makes his
man own ship- that
ness of its and woodlands in western areas 1
wreck.-Lucanus. We look forward where now stretch illimitable acres \-\.t. <<:,1 ..
we who are the of concrete streets and business ,0t

shall be Spree blocks. The inexorable thrust of t t.\

penalty and the their building. enterprise has encircled \c.t. G

also from its lakes and linked once widely separated c results
There will be which communities into an urban c ,\\ e
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earth" many .cao ta
a new entity.In \\'
Help Them Cleanse the Blood oes"r\ \e"rs'fO \
of Harmful Body Waste thing has been the galloping twenties of the
Your kidneys are constantly filtering which all has their postwar period came the realizationof )tipos "rirJ'N I
waste matter from the blood stream.But righteousness. canals the realtor's dream of Berlin ... e 0\
kidneys sometimes lag in their workdonot a \ ;;
act as Nature Intended-fail to remove glorious give, Broadway-"Berlin in Light." The OS tale55Lego
impurities that, if retained, may when God shall" of Kurfuersten-Damm sowed its wild t Sc
poison the system and upset the whole
body machinery. them and they to the oats in the lurid I early day of jazz,
Symptoms may be nagging backache and God himself
persistent headache,attacks of dizziness but has now settled down to a smug,
getting up nights, swelling, puffiness and be their G bourgeois middle age. L Lra
under the eyes-a feeling of nervous That of any
anxiety and loss of pep and strength. The Emperor William Memorial
Other signs of kidney or bladder die disturbed by the church (built as a monument to
order may be burning, scanty or too There will be under
frequent urination. Kaiser William the First and his
There should be no doubt that prompt crying, no pain which wife, Kaiserin Augusta), which
treatment is wiser than neglect. Use
der that these than
Doan'i Pills. D ofl', have been winningnew forms the root of the West Berlin
friends for more than forty years. comfort of 1 section, is as out of place amid its
They have a nation-wide reputation.Are of
darkest hours.
recommended surrounding cafes, restaurants, and
by grateful people the
country" over. Ask your neighbor futile words of movie palaces as Trinity' church is Free recipe for TIP-TOP CAKE

come from the prod in the hubbub of lower Broadway.Neon at your grocer's .where you
Tt'1 Three signs make a vivid imprinton
the curiosity of ) the night aspect of the city. Step buy JEWEL Shortening

I come from? ( bring- gayly up the Kurfuersten-Damm or

WNU-7 4937checks and (3) where in Friederich-Strasse at any time aft-
Christian is the these er dark and you will find yourself

satisfying from wooed by the variegated, pulsing
of the origin of at effulgence of a host of dance halls, 0I
BOLDS beginning God" the ball houses and cabarets.
6 6 6
andFSVER existence of all Haus Vaterland on the Potsdamer

is Christ"; and Platz, twelve years after its much-

first day summation of plant- advertised construction, is popular

SALVE LIQUID, NOSE, TABLETS DROPS Headache, 30 minutes. himself shall be of lin- with travelers. They flock in ol
a great thing to evenings-visitors from abroad and
"Rub-My-Tlsm"-\Yorld.Rant Liniment as Saviour and : are from the provinces of Germany. i



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The Clewiston News er. 'proof, fixin' to put his paper to bed I the Children's Home Society of
I and with little prospect of gettin' Florida, which has its largest receiving -I. E
:>;;. The almost six-year old at our I there himself. Lake county was in I homo at 2560 Riverside
I
published every Friday In Clewiston, house went hunting with his Dad I splendid shape, every print shop in Avenue Jacksonville, and branch ,
Inc.Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS. over the week-end. In one of these i the county was loaded with work. I'receiving homes at Miami, Lakeland I FLORIDA iR
elegant hunting cars, borrowed from I We had trouble getting a' room inLeesburgevery and Pensacola.The .
I a hunting companion, they journeyed hotel was full, I Home Society, according to I
IiEATIII.IJY: ; BOWDEN, Editor 45 miles south of Fred Whid- 'I,streets were filled with shoppers and its state superintendent, Marcus C.

den's into the Big. Cypress. While 'loads with loaded fruit trucks. Had I "Daddy" Fagg, is facing the largest -
Entered as second class mall matter the lad was looking on, Dad shot difficulty finding a place to park deficit in the entire thirty-five
February J. 1927. at the Post Office In I j l
Clewfston, Florida under the Act of two. turkeys killed them both and until a smiling friendly cop helped years of service to over 38,000
March 3,, 1897.Subscription. turned expectantly to the kid, ex- us move the car ahead to make I homeless and orphan children, who A
I pecting a real celebration. "How's room. These are the little things have come under the care of the
'tote $:.00 Per Yenr. that for shooting?" he asked. The that help folks remember your town (I society from every nook and cornerof
AcUcrdxing' Ilnte* On Application. kid replied: "Fine, Daddy, I wish! and make 'em want to come back. I Florida, of every creed and be- .
we'd killed a deer." Such, my gentle At Umatilla we found Sam Peacock lief, from wee babies to sixteen I 1
readers, is life to a six-year old. busy installing a new plant; Georgeand I' "of -
Devoted to the advancement and \welfare years age. 1'u
of Clewiston and Hendry County. Edith Keller at the Mount Dora I The deficit is over $15,000.00, I WIiil
I GHOST FOR SALE Topic were up to their ears in work. I this money having been borrowedthis to

At Apopka, Winter Park and Orlando to provide for 1500
.:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:-:-:..:.:..:-:..:..:..:.' Everyone has noticed that odd I year over
'I newspaper boys were so busy; ; utterly helpless and homeless child-
things are offered for sale in the they hardly had time to talk to -.15,1 ren who have been referred to the
RAMBLINGS classified columns, but a London and the complaint seemed to be Home Society so far this year.
newspaper recently offered the much rather than, not enough I If each person able to do so, who
.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:-:-: ---:0(..) strangest by far on record. It is a ness. Filling station operators bU5i-1 I reads this article, would 'send in

dismembered bodied spirit, no less, pumping more gas, retail merchantsfind just one dollar, the entire deficit
This is of those
Brrrrrrr! one
is and the owner will give it away. The additional clerks necessary; I could be easily wiped out, and every Stop at the
Florida when the
rare days, sun
advertisement reads: "Haunted improvements were evidenced everywhere little homeless youngster would 1
overhead and the
shining brightly
!
wind whipping down out of the wardrobe-advertiser will be' glad with new: store fronts, new be assured the happiest and best toteL PatrieUt
to deliver same to anybody interested buildings, new homes. Real estate Christmas ever. I
north trying to chill the marrow in
bones. And you long for some complete with ghost, which operators report steady sales on alll I Never has the Home _Society need-
your- would also, no doubt, feel more at classes of property while it is almost ed help so badly.Contributions 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUE
red flannel undies, and wonder why "
home if welcomed. to find house I of should
in the world you gave that old heavy Impossible a or apart- money be .
sweater to the colored man. And ev- Investigation revealed the adver- ment for rent anywhere in Central sent to R. V. Covington, treasurer, All Outside Rooms With
ery visitor who breezes in, lettingthe tiser as Mrs. B. Barclay of Caterton Florida.At I 40 Buckingham Building, Jackson- Private Bath

wind in when he opens the door, Manor, Oxfordshire. She says she Kissimmee, publisher Neel of I ville.
greets you with "How do you like bought the wardrobe, a rather or- the Gazette was still at his desk Articles other than cash will be COOL, CLEAN, QUIET
this cold weather?" And you could dinary piece of walnut furniture, when when we reached town at 11, gladly welcomed at the receiving I
cheerfully choke him. three years ago for $50. She put it P. M.-His only complaint was collections home of the Home Society, 2560, Overlooking Biscayne Buy
in a guest room' and thought no Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville, or
and we found this general,
Two blocks
:After a while you decide to jour- I to Shops, Theatre and
ney forth and use that greeting more about it. But- but it is a situation that usually pre- at one of the branch homes at ''Pen Business Section.

yourself and see if it has the same "Just about three months ago," vails during the holiday season. Un- sacola, Lakeland or Miami.

effect on others that it does on you. she says, "some friends who were able to secure a room at the Gables RATES
You 'start out at the Clewiston Sup- staying the week-end asked me if I where we'd planned to spend the DEER SEASON: TO CLOSEON

ply and ask Miss Ulla, "how do you could account for the strange open- night we journeyed on to St. Cloud DECEMBER 31 $1.50 Single
like this cold weather," and get an ing and shutting of the wardrobe I and arrived just in time to get the
enthusiastic "I just love it." Another drawers which kept them awake all [ last room available at the Hunter Tallahassee, Dec. 8.--The Com- $2.50 Double
look convinces you she isn't crazy night. The noise has since continued Arms. St. Cloud has made a won- mission of Game and Fresh Water

: she really means it. Maybe it's nightly". derful record in solving its bonded Fish calls attention to the fact that Special FamJh'Veekh'- --" &--
her Danish ancestry, but the colder I "And that is not all," Mrs. Bar- debt problem and is in mighty good the season for hunting deer in Flor- Monthly Rates
weather really gives her zest, for clay declares. "The figure of an elderly shape today. ida comes to an end December 31;

life. And you proceed further, and I man old-fashioned clothes, Had a delightful trip down the and with the exception of Mourning S.. D. McCREARY, Proprietor
inform everyone that you really love wearing a kind of deer-stalker cap Orange Blossom Trail from Haines Doves, the season on all migratory
cold weather-just so it doesn't kill now walks downstairs and out of City to Sebring, stopping at Lakes game birds will end December 26.
the beans. the front door every evening. I see Wales, Frostproof, Avon ''Park and' The season on doves ended in Dade,
him myself by the electric light and Sebring. No wonder they call this I Monroe and Broward counties on
The stores took on that Christ- have tried to: touch him, but he van- section "Little Switzerland." When November 15. It will close in DeSoto

mas-y look the first of the week ished in my fingers. ''I am not the road department has $2 to and Highlands counties on Decem- CHANGE RENT RECEIPTS
The clerks muse have spent their psychic, nor am I nervous, but this spend they might use it to good ad- i ber 31, and in the remaining partof
Sundays decorating and opening up wretched ghost makes such a noise. vantage in building a decent road the ,state, January 31. Special attention -
Christmas goods, for the stores were I can, get no one to stay at the man- into this lovely section. From both is called to the fact that ffrta fi llsaf1R

abloom with them Monday morning.And or. My staff gave ,notice and my the standpoint of traffic and attrac- though a Jocal law was passed per-
it was amazing, they tell me, friends decline week-end invita- tions it certainly deserves better mitting the shooting of the Florida
how much of their gift stock they tions.: than step-child treatment. The gen- Duck, Black Duck or Dusky Mallard,
sold on the first' day.. This seems, ,like a wonderful opportunity tleman who said "Amen" Is Nate in Palm Beach county through Feb-
for any one who has trouble Broking, publisher of the Highlands ruary 15, which would include the -
Business must be looking up. But with dresser drawers that stick. County News. shooting of this bird over all of

please, if you have a chance, spike Urs. Barclay of Caterton, Manor of- I Rod Arkell of the Sebring American Lake Okeechobee, since this lake
fers not only a wardrobe with draw- 'lies wholly within Palm Beach coun-
any rumors that we in Clewiston are was rushing his paper out so he
having a sort of minor boom.' Suchis I ers guaranteed to open and shut, could get to Orlando for a radio pro- ty, this will not be permitted under
not, the case. We simply keep on but a full-time attendant. Perhapsthe gram. -All that boy needs now is a Federal regulations. This season 1DGEtPL9
growing, and because there are 14 old deer-stalker could be ''tempt few billboards and he'd be In business -: closes on this species of duck whenit

new homes, a new hotel, two duplex ed by an ocean trip to come over sure enough. closes on Ducks; Geese, Brant,
here and set his trick wardrooe Coot, Wilson's Snipe, Jacksnipe, December -
apartments, a hundred-foot front up And to sum up: 'I'd say that busi- I

garage building going up at once, with the Ghostwriters Bureau which ness is good, and the future as far 26.CLEVISTOX. It is as simple as it sounds,
we are not having a boom. It's just advertises in our own papers.NewYork as Florida is concerned looks mighty too. All you need is a modest
normal growth. Everyone seems to Times.BBBBBHBBBBaaBBaBBHBBHanBBB. bright, but with all that you find COMMUNITY down payment.Then the bal-
have plenty of workmen to do their the average business man nervous CHURCH ance is spread over a period,
building, and when ,the buildingsare > > and jumpy. He'll admit things are Royal Palm Avenue repayable monthly just like
rent. No worry, no bothcr-
all finished they'll be occupied all right NOW, but- And the ans- and have something to
\ so fast you'll wonder where the peo- Too Late To Classify wer, it seems, is; up to Mr. Rooseveltand Forest C. Taylor, Minister: show you for your money.

.ple came from. I the Congress. If they'll just Sunday school every Sunday Whetheryour income is smallor
By Russell Kay" take down the red flags; barricadesand morning at 9:45. Dr. J. W. Ezelle, large, you can find the
We are unable to locate a definite get business off the detours and superintendent.Junior exact home for the amount

reason: for the influx of tramps IBflBEBBBHBBBBBBEHBHnnRcrRKBi> > > back on the main road, with a church service 10:45 to 11 you can afford monthly. If
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want to use our
this fall. We feel safe in estimatingthere GREEN LIGHT, we can go ahead. o'clock. you llama Owners' Consultation
,' are ten times as many of In company with Red Edger on, I Evening prayer and sermon at Service ideas-without--
these indigent transients passing representative of the Western CHILDREN'S HOME ORPHANS 7:45 every Sunday evening. I'I obligation. Learn now how
through Clewiston thus far this Newspaper Union, I spent the better MAY BE DISAPPOINTED XMAS Junior choir Monday evening at easily you can own your homeat
year, than at any similar period for part of last week visiting publishersin 7:00: Mrs. Niblack, director; Mrs. present favorable prices.

the past three years. Is it so much south and central Florida. It's There will be scores of utterly Doty, pianist.
colder than usual in the North? Is the best way I know to gain a clear homeless and orphan children on Christian Endeavor meeting

business so much worse in other sec- picture of conditions ,throughout the Christmas pay who will be utterly Monday evening at eight.
tions of the nation? Is it becausethe state. \ sick with disappointment and grief, Junior Endeavor on Wednesday Clewiston Federal

East and West Coast cities, are I I I'm happy to report that the pic- unless the good hearted people of afternoon at 3:30.
checking this sort of travel more ture was mighty'' encouragin' we this county, and other portions of Choir rehersal Thursday eveningat Savings and Loan

efficiently than in the past? We do found most towns busy,and prosperous Florida, send in contributions of 8:00. .:

not know, but we do know that the 'I ; tourists are coming into the money, food, candies, nuts and other The public is very cordially invited AssociationGLADES
tramps are passing our way this state in a never-ending stream; goodies, as well as children's cloth to worship. in the Community:
year. most shops were doing a brisk busi- ing of any kind or size, promptly to Church. 1 J1& re r } if
ness and the hotels and restaurantswere

I Clewiston must be a favorite with crowded. -,

Lady Luck these days. So many ac- I Plant City, while not expecting as "K" MOTOR LINESDaily
cidents and near-accidents, that large a strawberry crop as last sea- I

F could result' fatally, and only a few son, was in good shape. SecretaryHuff Bus Schedule Between West Palm Beach and Fort Mjers Effective Dec. 1st, 1937
broken bones and bruises to record. of the Chamber of Commerce, N PASSENGERS & EXPRESS

Dean King even, got shot without anticipates a good season and already .
i getting hurt! We've been is making plans for a bigger
expecting
\\'e.\t BounlI-Read Down :East Bound-RealI Up
and better
Strawberry
Festival.
some such report from a hunting
Editor French Run Run Run Run Run Run
of the Mulberry Run Run
all
party A
season., stray shot from a
pot, near-by hunting party struck him- Press is still a Republican and of No 5 No. 7 No. 1 No. 3 STATIONS No. 4 No. 2 No. 8 'No.6

!:, three buck-shot in all. One piercedhis course can't be quoted.I AM PM AM PM AM PM PM PM
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:, ear, one landed in his chest, an- found some alarm 'among Polk
other county growers as to the returns 7:15 2:30 10:00: 1:00 'Lv...... W. P. Beach ..._.... Ar 9:15 4:15 12:15 7:20
in his shoulder, and he was
hardly inconvenienced. from fruit this year, clue to delay 7:28 2:45 10:15 6:15 Lv ........ Sou. Pines ......._ Lve 9:05 3:55 12:00 7:00
in solving marketing problems: and, 7:39 3:00 10:30 6:30 Lv __...... Loxahatchie ........ Lve '8:50 3:40 11:4 6:50
: Mrs. ,Markette probably had tho an exceptionally heavy orange; crop. 8:08 3:25: 10:55 7:00 Lv ............ Azucar ....__...... Lve 8:05 3:00 11:20 6:30
...{,, .. ,narrowest escape! however. She lay Lakeland looked fine, with business 8:15 3:30 11:05 7:05 Lv .....___ Canal Point ........ Lve 8:00 2:55 11:15 6:25
:down in her bedroom the other ev- good. Bartow merchants complained 8:30 3:45 11:25 7:25 Lv ..._...... Pahokee ...._.._.. Lve 7:55 2:40 11:05 6:10
ening with a 'charcoal burner burn- of slack 'sales during the past 9:00 4io 12:00 8:00 Lv........ Belle Glade ........ Lve 7:40 2:15 10:40 5.t5
ing in the roo'm .
and all the windows two weeks: Winter Haven was making 9:05 4:1512:05 8:05 Lv ......... .South Bay......... Lve 7:25 1:50 10:25 5:35
,and doors closed. She became ro af- elaborate preparations for the 9 :15 4:25' .12:20 8:15 Lv........ Lake Harbor ........ Lye 7:15 1:42 10:15 5:20 _
fected by the fumes that she was unable coming Florida Orange Festival 9:35 4:45 12:35 8:30 AR ...... CLEWISTON ...... Lve 7.00' ':. 1:30 10:00 5:05..ij
to rise from her bed to opena with all civic bodies cooperating to 9:35 4:45 LV.....: CLEWISTON ...... Arr 9:45 5:05 '

,, window or even to reach the tel- make it a success; Lake Wales is 10:00 Lv ........ Moore Haven ........ Lve 4:35

ephone. Fortunately someone hap- beginning to benefit from an increasIng 10:25 5:25 Lv ...._....... Goodno ............ Lve 9:15 4:00
pened to come in and the
> Dr. open door. number of Tower visitors 10.:40 5:40_ Lv............ LaBelle ..._........ Lve 9:05 3:50
11 ?:," carbon Schlffli said it was a case of pnd} winter residents are opening 10:50 6:00: Lv .............. Alva .............: Lve 8.15 3:40
:( : monoxide
'.< : So poisoning. _. their tomes all up and down the 11:00 6:05 Lv ..._.......... Olga .............. Lve 8:40' 3:30
; cross
your fingers and
4 j.Y'--: Lady Luck hope I ridge. 11:15 ,6:10 Lv _....... Buckingham ........ Lve 8:35 3:20
stays with the
: ,' till this community At Tavares we found Ralph Gore P:59' 6:30 Ar ........ FORT MYERS ...._:.. Lve 8:00' 3:00
: spell of accidents is ov with his nose buried in a mess of AM Pl\I Pl\I PM AM PM AM, .. P IPACE
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.N.N.N N.N..N..N.N N.N.N N.;.N.N.N..N.N.N.N.N:.N:.N..H".N' Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and less of social or financial standing.The Mankind's oldest enemy-tuberculosis NORGE REFRIGERATORS

I ... .'r:. Mrs. J. F.. Curry were Thursday vis- reaction to the tuberculin test -is being successfully Furniture and Home Furnishings

*: PersonaMention ::2;: itors in West Palm Beach.N and the X-Ray findings will be re- combated. For this let us give PHILCO RADIOS

ported to the family physician, so
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thanks today and resolve to buy to-
'1-. ON. :N:L:N:MCH:N:..:N:N:1rN N:N:..:N:M:N:NCM:-:N:N:M:H:1 Still fighting for you and yours that he may be able to advise and Household FurnishingsInc.
10., morrow Christmas Seals which have
the and trace the
Rev. F. C. Taylor spent a few are Christmas Seals which are on follow-up case
source of infection in the family. helped wage this winniijg! fight.
days in West Palm Beach this week.;:: sale for the thirty-first consecutiveyear. f

Send your. check as soon as The tuberculin test is an injection ;- BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA,

Mr. and Mrs. Fred ,Henricksen possible.Mrs. into the skin of the forearm of CATHOLIC CHURCH

spent Saturday shopping in West a colorless liquid. It is painless and \

.Palm: Beach. J. G. Niblack, Mrs. M. J. absolutely harmless. Two days immediately (Father .T. F. Walsh, Pastor)

Hirsch, Mrs. Joe Robbins, Mrs. J.I following the injection, Mass every Sunday at St. Marg- L W. COUSE

Mrs. W. M. Bradnack has returned W. Moore and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, the physician interprets the reac- aret's Clfurch, Clewiston, is at 8:30a. : Counselor and Attorney. at 'Law't
shopping in Fort Myers today tion as negative or positive. A pos- the <
jr.,
to her home here after spending are m. On tIe last Sunday of
itive reaction signifies that the .
: several weeks in Orlando.Dr. month at 10:30 a. m. Hopkins Building ;
T germs of tuberculosis have gotten Junior choir meets each Saturday Wednesdays and Saturdays -1
into the
Franciscois J. E. Beardsley attended a meet- body. morning at 9:30: a. m. 9-:30 to 4:00 :(
J. E. Nast of San '
spending several days in Clewis- ing of the board of the Everglades We must remember that althoughthe I Adult choir meets each Wednesday ]

Drainage District held in Miami I germs may be in the body, most
evening at 8. ..
ton business. s
on I. L. B. Mershon '
Wednesday. Accompanying him on children suffer no harm. The en- I .

the trip were J. H: Doty, Mrs. W. C. trance of the germ has been suffi-
Mrs. R. Y. Patterson 'and Mrs. H. cient to give them a positive skin N AGENT i
Hooker and Mrs. E. C. Robbins. NOTICE:-If you buy :your fruit
A. Bestor spent Thursday and Fri- reaction, but in most of them, their cake get one, of Mrs. 'Gravely'sPrize New York Life '

day in Miami. natural tissue defenses have put the
Winning cakes. Price 75c "
Among the out-of-town visitors : per Insurance
.. CompanyARCADIA
who attended the hearing conductedby germs under control so that no dam- lb. 5 lbs. or over 70c. Box 116,. La- .

Mrs. M. H. Crouch and Mrs. C. H. of Agricul- age is done. Well over 90% of Belle, Fla. '
the U. S. Department FLORIDA
Berner were visitors in West Palm adults will show, a positive tuberculin -
ture on wages and prices by sugar
Beach Thursday. test. The test does not tell us -----
growers and processors who apply .

for benefit payments were W. C. when the germs entered or' where in J. S. CAMPBELL a.A............................................................................................ ;
the body they are situated. In orderto ....
Mrs. Joe Miller and daughter of Douglas and F. W. Heiser of Fells-

Pahokee were visitors in Clewiston mere, C. R. Bitting of New York, learn whether our natural de- Jeweler & WatchmakerAll I I
fense mechanism has been strong
.;: today. Joe Ferris Washington, R. E. Good Farm
enough to prevent the from
germs
# .- Kurtz of Fort Myers, Harley Watson Kinds of Jewelry Repairs'Optical
Washington I causing permanent damage, it is
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferris of of Arcadia, F. E. Bryant of Canal .
were house guests for sev- J. necessary, to have an X-Ray pictureof Repairs
Point, W. C. Lord of Shawano,
Mr.. and 'Mrs. the chest made. Land
eral days this week of
E. Frierson and J. M. Couse of AT CHRISTIAN'S BARBER SHOP

F. Deane Duff. Moore' Haven and P. G. Bishop of To put it briefly, the tuberculintest

will tell if the germs are in the I -
Belle Glade.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Smith, Mrs. body. If they are, as will be shown I a i a for RentTrespassers

George A. Yon and Mrs. M. E. Von by a positive tuberculin test, the
MRS. FERRIS HONOR QUEST
:Mach were Saturday visitors in West'Palm X-Ray picture will reveal whetheror
AT AFTERNOOX ERIDGE)
Beach. not destructive disease is pres

ent. The tuberculin test without an
Mis. F. Deane Duff entertained
Ted Cowart and Herbert Luckey, X-Ray is of little value-unless. neg
with an informal bridge party Fri-
who have been employed at the ative.
day afternoon honoring her guest,
townsite commissary, left Tuesdayfor So if child has a positive
Mrs. Joe Ferris, .of Washington.Mrs. your :
Atlanta. tuberculin test, it does not mean i
Ferris was awarded a guest
that he has tuberculosis. The X-Ray
of stationery and a high
prize rJEM11NOLEACKSONVILLE Will Be.
Don't wait until Christmas. Do will be the deciding factor. Of one
double deck of cards,
score prize, a
-_ It now. Send your contribution for hundred children in the tenth to
was won by Mrs. F. M. Wright. ProsecutedClewiston ..
Christmas Seals. They fight tuber ..
25'will
Others playing included Mrs. H. 'Iwelffth gra/de/ < approximately J
culosis. have a positive test; but only FLORDAGARNETT
A. Bestor, Mrs. Fred I. Hill, Mrs.
two out of thousand will show
.Mrs. 'R. C. Wilson, Mrs. Ralph W. C. Owen, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, I a ANDREWS M.n Ser -
evidence of actual tubercu-
Bishop and Mrs. Campbell E. Nail Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and Mrs. O. F. X-Ray ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT *i thin.
Schiffli. losis disease. modern, fireproof hotel In the hurt of downtown
were Saturday visitors in West Palm Jackionville. Every with tub and!
Children who have a positive tuberculin room
Beach. Sandwiches, fruit cake and cof- shower, loft wilcr, ceiling fan, radio, stalled!
test should be taken to the
fee were served. summer door... Every Bed! with innerspring
family physician at least once a year mattress end! reading lamp Running ice .
Mrs. Maud S.; Hare, Mrs. R. M. for a physicial check-up. If the child outer on every floor.

Hare, jr., Mrs.. Harold Spikes and NANCY WRIGHT CELEBRATES AIR CONDITIONED And
,. 9TH BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY Is in his early teens, he should geta COCKTAIL LOUNGE COFfEE SHOP Realty
Mrs. Milton Crouch spent Monday nourishing diet, plenty of fresh DINING AND MEETING ROOMS

shopping in West Palm. Beach. Nancy Wright celebrated her air and sunshine,. and a moderate I Ratei--ins'e' with Private Bath
I 78 Room. $2.00 80 Rooms $2.50 DevelopmentCorporation
afternoon amount of exercise. All physicial defects
ninth birthday Saturday I 40 Rooms $3.00 24 Rooms $3.50
Mr. and Mrs. Claude L. Downs with a party .at the home of lier should as enlarged tonsils, I 10 Sample, ..... wllh P".. Beth $400I ;

" spent Sunday visiting Mrs., Downs' parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wright. adenoids, bad teeth, etc., be 'correct I Shghl ...CI.... fo'douUt eccupincyOik .

; sister, Mrs. Adeline House, in Sar- Outdoor games were enjoyed by the ed. If he loses weight tires easily, -'. *. I. B POUND Ho'.". j

asota. children and several contests were or sluggish* a visit to the doctor HOIK PATTEN V HOTEL DUOIO :.
0..........1... S..h 6. .
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held. Cake and ice cream were serv- ie most. advisable. ... -:. ... .. ....'..................................................................................,W. :
Mrs. 'M. W. Bigg, Mrs. A. O. hostess also
ed by the young who
Jones, Mrs. H. V. Briant and Mrs.F. distributed candy favors, which she -

M. Wright were Thursday visit- ...
had fashioned herself. -'
'
ors in Fort Myers. celebrate with Nancy .
Invited to
.
}:i /2 ;z;.,! t5 "." "Y"t %1r .1;. f5
ibt(7-m :i. ;r.- )' .. c'I'
were Mauryne, Louise and Anne t k. : ffi" "i ; .
,"- Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot and child- .;rili w. m : 'It :.r ;
,
Prewitt, Jean Yenawine, Junior and (;t . Ii:>: ; ... tP.VP' ..
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ren, Barbara and Billy, Mrs. R. N. ('t '" r '. '
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:. Margie McCracken, Mary Ruth I' .. H } t '\i" ww: .t' tJ.
' ::' Smith and Mrs. W. M. Bradnack Johnson, Nora Oglesby, Grace Ward, M"!0f.8 ; .;, ; ,' -Fj r :o;; -: t: .' .I. .,....' ,. :t ': -:

spent Tuesday in Fort Myers. Marion DeLozier, Harriett Alston, I I f4 .'J\ .. % I : 7J11' .

.. Mary Louise I Thomas; Jo Anne !I 1A't 4 IR- O'.t:
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Mrs. Paul Rardin, Mrs. Olin Cow- Berner Ben Boltou II' -, ,, : : ; .:; '
Crouch, Carline I ft r : 'w : __
art and Mrs. H. H. McIntosh of Can- ,
Kim Kolstad Millie 8k
Shirley Owen, :; 4 ff 1
al Point visitors in Clewiston I !t" l l'' !
were B .
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Bourne{ Barbara Broadfoot, Marianne t '"',' ..,.,..t..,! ,'". I -tx.::: ._"1'.., l ,= : ............ -:
Tuesday. < :
: Jones, Anne Pafford, Sally --4 l \ r. !;!!; ? ; ;! b. :
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Graham, Gene and Solon Mills, Mary :j'' i,
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Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Edgerton )f : 4' *' 'i1 tJ .. .
Ellen Smith, Patsy Bailey, Junior, ,\gri! : 13 "5 .
Atlanta were guests Wednesday and .'. : P' g i.:. M "'i :U' .' ..:-. ./. < ? ,
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Martinez. '''
Jack and Oliver :' ;
Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Keathley :: \ 1- JL : r ;.4. ; :., '
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Bowden. BEVOLY FLANIKEN'S 4TH a j ./>J!:fk.. I d > :::. .:?",>;y'1...;., "" _. 'P" ,, -

BIRTHDAY IS CELEBRATEDMrs. 'I '.. ;tm: ,.. y _, ;<> iiiII'.M .. .,., "..'. '
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Miss Anna Barber and her mother :V' Jf.ii.f1. tt.J. ., ..
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'F.w '<< ;'-W-
"', Mis. M. Barber of West Palm B. C. Flaniken entertaineda ,I, !f": 0 Elt 11 .- '. ,;x.,:';": W Y.H"( :Mtt- .;>l@4i

Beach were business visitors in group of children Saturday after- : '

Clewiston yesterday.Miss noon in honor of her son, Bevoly's & : I .. ;f :,

fourth birthday. Individual cakes A ,;;,! .. --y ., ,, ,!!, .">!: I : .' .:.';:::'. >.<: ...::....t.::.::.wt. :; '*1tt i :' .'.'
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Mae Whitten, home econom- and ice cream cups were served at ft 1.R,; W ., t : ...
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ics instructor of the Clewiston the close of the afternoon, and miniature ." .igiwg'w ; .;?J.W. : .. ibi& ;:'..
has been ill for of boxes of Christmas candies t? ... :;<''.+ t.I. : -
school, a couple > ::' ...,,.y": : @: : '.,:..
week. distributed favors. h' < .... '.... ,:w ;.. $' J .:
"-1'1\ days this were as ,. ..; ;::; : ,
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.. The guest list included Jean and I ''if "''''' .- .
Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs. F. I. Hill Carol Augur, Dolores, Jeannette, .. >I'I'\ :; : : : : : '

and. Mrs. W. C. Owen left Wednesday Julian Smith, Margie and William .. _

for a visit of several days. in McCracken, Junior and Glen Warren -" i 1&: Mt <..N \ .. .

Miami. Raines, Billy 'Broadfoot, Bobbie m. .4 } 1f i1 J Jfi'it'II'w :

Smith, Emma Jane Ezelle, Jean ..

The annual Christmas Seal sale of Yenawine, Richard Knight, Kay i ; f.1I .(. i.
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Tuberculosis Associations in Floridais Bowden, Clifford and Lionel Beatty, I
i.VIl. "-11if. '.i' a .. re 1la ''Ie II. r
.rYi a w1ij
now on. Help continue the fight Donald Terrell, Sue Cornette, an.iKay I ..... .
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against tuberculosis.Miss Pafford. -li .. .:r.=> j1...}( ,. ,': \.- "", .' -. .,, !fi ." :!

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Margaret Morgan of West HOW THE T. B. .CLINIC l.. ",. { '. > t'( '" Hl. ." s J.i.l
", v .,., !' ( $ :: .
HELPS CHECK DISEASEEd .
Palm Beach spent the week-end in <
V F
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,: e 1.,1 ,
Clewiston visiting her parents, Mr. is ; .., { .;; ,.. .v < ,',,. J a3'y C1 ..O o.t" ; .';"
and Mrs.. A. L. Morgan and her sis- ( Note: This is the second of W A1l :" ; '- ,'> ".: ):' 1 ,.ri .; % i:

ter, Miss Frances Morgan. three articles explaining the relat- g '. I: T:' h ''l ,y r::} : I +?
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ed work of the P.-T. A. and the r. !1 ,-. '. ;!' ""....4 .. -. '
West State Board of Health in furtheringthe .1 :- b !'P.'J "' S1
Miss Margaret Morgan of l<< .Ii

Palm Beach spent the week-end in program of tuberculosis prevention :;.; II' } I..''l. : t't oWI ,.: [ .

Clewiston) visiting her parents, Mr. being carried on in the stat .) 'I. r' 'iL. ;.. .iI< : O::! t ..

and Mrs. A. L. Morgan and her sister In Florida, an Anti-Tuberculosis ,1IfPiiMQJ & .y;I r.llf i I .r,'; V fJr"YD-1' EfI '''ki1 ;

Miss Frances Morgan.Mrs. Program is being inaugurated by (J.'IJw.o' "I1i6I/ ;! "f-fgi' G.'r 'B tV -

the Division of Tuberculosis of the {,:_.if/& ., ;F- X':.. ,{' "" '1t :

F, D. Hessey left Sunday for State Board of Health. The childrenin f m :f II jj,. :f' .tit. i1' ; ii
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:.. her home in Jacksonville after visiting the 10th to 12th high school .' ,' 4" : i'''

here for a few weeks with her' grades will be investigated for early CHEVROLET MOTOR DMSION, General Motors Soles CorporatIon DETROIT, MICHIGANCLEWISTON

daughter, Mrs. Augur on the Government tuberculosis by the tuberculin test

Reservation.Mr. and the X-Ray. (In the Clewiston

clinic, adults will also be welcomedand

and Mrs. Robert Morley of are urged by State Board of

Binghampton, New York, were Health officials to attend and take MOTOR COMPANY ,

luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. advantage of the tests.) All childrenin

Ivey Pafford Friday. They were en these grades will be included in

route to lHamito, attend the air the program and given the routine : Clewiston Florida ,

races. examination without) charge, regard .

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Frank Merriwell at FardaleBy es




GILBERT PATTEN .. The Original BURT L. STANDISH "I'm glad it's Luck good form not to

WNU Service wear a watch with a dress suit."
Gilbert Patten
"
"Why?

"Because t never have my
watch and my dress suit at the
I same time."
.
CHAPTER Continued. car door. "Think it over," she said, rudely than the voice that had just thus; ," said a masked boy who had
-9- "and maybe you'll do it-for me." uttered the warning. been waiting there with three com- Voicing It

"But 1 don't play that game," Her voice, her dark eyes, the Frank kept still. panions. "Do you ever hear any more
said Frank quickly. "Baseball's my touch of her warm hand-all were He collected his wits swiftly. The I "But who are you?" suspiciously about the money you lent to the
limit." magnetic. light that had blinded him came i, asked the one who had knocked. He people next door?"

"Well, we'll have to go into that "Come on, Inza," called her from! a flashlight held so close that leaned forward and peered at the "I should say so. They boughta
also-when the time comes round." brother laughingly. "Stop vamping he could feel the faint heat of it on fellow who had opened the door. radio with it."
Belinda Snodd called Tad awayto Merriwell and step on your starter. his face. No wonder he had thought "You're one too many here."

the porch. I've got to get a move on if I'm the place was afire. "I am Justice," was the solemn WEIGHTY PROBLEMS

"We're going to get him another going to be back in time for my And now the reflection of the light reply, "and I'm here to see that
dog-the right sort of a dog for first morning class." from the wall at the head of his my name is not defiled."

him to have," explained Inza, "but He was coming out with Tad at bed showed him many dark formsin "You're just a butt-in," said the

we're going to spring it as a sur- his heels. the room. There seemed to be chief executioner, as if annoyed. .
prise. He mustn't get wise to what "I'm leaving it up to you, Frank," at least ten of them, and their faces "Somebody must have got careless

we're up to. Go over and quiz him, she half whispered. And the way were hidden by black masks.A and slopped ,over. Oh, well, don't
Walt. Find out what kind he likes she half whispered his name was second light snapped on sud- get the notion you're running the

best. I'll take'you into town afterI disturbing. denly and dazzled Barney Mulloy, I show." .
talk to Frank." Walking back to the school, Mer- who had begun to stir in his bed. I The captive freshmen were led .'

"Then make it snappy," he re riwell carried a face as gay as a A second gleaming thing men- into the building. The door was
plied. "I've got a date, with a barber .plume on a hearse. He had ,hur aced the startled Irish boy. closed and fastened behind them. "He's a man of such heavy;
." ried to meet her, and all she had thought."
"Suffering catfish! gasped Bar- The interior of the boathouse
"Look, Frank," said Inza quickly wanted of him was to talk of Hodge.It was "Who? That coal dealer?"
when they were left alone. "I didn't was a joke, but he didn't laugh. ney. lighted, but closed windowshuttershad "Yes; he's always thinking in
"Silence, bogtrotter!" was the prevented the light from being "
want Walt listening in. He caughtme She had been furious with Hodge tons.
here when he was going by. I after reading the piece in the news- whispered" command.ccThe spot is seen from the outside.
want to talk to you about Hodge." on you. "Now just a minute, please," said Too Much to Expect
"Oh!" He was a little surprised. "I see that," admitted Mulloy, Mulloy after they had entered. "I'm "You have a nice collection of

"Bart wasn't to blame for that ( yW'r. also i in a whisper, "but who are not making a squawk over being books, but you should have more

crack in the paper," she went on. i you, me lad-and your friends?" hazed a bit, you understand, but shelves."
"I've let Pete Smith know what I i "We're the execution committee." when it comes to using pistols to "I know, but nobody seems to
think of that. He's just a hick reporter Barney swallowed hard. "The make us take it, I call that going lend me shelves."
execution committee? I don't like And I'll have know I
who thinks he's a big shot, some. ye resent --
so don't let it get you down." the sound of the name." it."

That made Merry laugh again. "Shut up and get up. Don't "Why, you poor flannel-mouthed
WOMEN
$ WHO HOLD
"Don't worry Miss Burrage. I'll .f ,,.NN N Ws0 squawk, don't make the smallest pipsqueak!" said the leader of the

sleep without taking an opiate." rumpus, don't start any foolishnesswith hazers. "Let me give you a good
"But it's going to cost Bart Hodge us. You'll be bumped if you look at the kind of pistols we work THEIR MEN
do." with. Here's one of them."'

some"Do sleep.you think so?" "Take it easy, Barney," advised He held up the shining thing in NEVER LET THEM KNOWNo

"I'm sure of it. He's out of luck, 47 sht. Frank, who had been pulled out of his hand for Barney to see, and
I bed and stood on his feet. "Some- matter how much your
for he's just like me. I'm afraidof Barney's eyes bulged. aches and nerves
dogs-some dogs. I wish I wasn't body has put the finger on us, but "It was a nickel-plated water fau- scream, your husband your, because he
built that way, but they make me we'll, get him." cet! is only a man, can never under-

jittery. To tell you the truth, they "Smart boy," sneered one of the "Well, for the love of grandmother's -. with stand one why week you in are every so hard month.to live

frighten me to death. That's why masked fellows. "You're wise to be sink!", gasped Barney Mulloy, Too often the honeymoon express -
I thought my ankle was broken good.. Hop into your trousers now, staring at the thing he had mis- is wrecked by the nagging
when it was only sprained a little." for you're going to take a nice cool taken for a pistol. "Nothing but a tongue wise woman of a three-quarter never lets her wife.husband The

"Oh, your ankle! How dumb of walk in the bracing air." water-faucet! Now I lay me downto know by outward sign that she is

me not to ask about that!" Hodge had been made to get up sleep!1" a victim of periodic pain.

"The doctor made me wear a rub- also, and he was grumbling. Yet The hazers were laughing behind has For told three another generations how to one go woman"smil ,
ber bandage, but I don't believe I he wasn't making as much of a fussas their black masks. Even Merriwell, ing through" with Lydia: E. Pink- .
need it at all. I'll bet I had been fooled ham's It :
could do might have been expected. And who as much as Vegetable Compound.
the fandango on it right this min- 3 M1i he obeyed the order to dress him- Mulloy, was forced to laugh.uIt's helps Nature tone up the system
thus lessening the discomforts from
ute. self with no apparent great objec- a leg on 'us, Barney," he the functional disorders which
"Now that's a relief. Congratulations. tion or reluctance. admitted. "But there's another women must endure in the three
." ordeals of life: 1. Turning from
i They were allowed to put on stock-' shake coming. girlhood to womanhood. 2. Pre-
"And 1 wanted to see you, too, to "'rtnf ings but not shoes. Some of the "You've said it, smart boy," paring for motherhood. 3. Approaching -
tell you what I think aboutaboutthe masked intruders took charge of sneered the Chief Executioner, "andyou'll "middle age."
"I'm It to You
Leaving. Up ,
Don't be wife
a three-quarter ;
way you protected me from that
their shoes.e"Just will "
horrid Frank." so nobody do the shaking. take LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
beast. Only I-I can't really drop them carelessly as we're going Once more Frank looked VEGETABLE COMPOUND and
say it now. But I do want you to sharplyat Go "Smiling Through."
paper. Walter had spared Bart's out, explained one of them. "It the Now he
speaker. was sure
know I'll "
never, never forget it. feelings by declining to repeat might disturb the sweetly slumber- he knew that voice. "I'm shivering

They were both flushed now. She what she had said about him. Now, ing freshies." already," he said. "I always shiverin The Best Day

had destroyed his first impressionof in a few hours, she had changed ina "You're very thoughtful and con- a draft, and there's a strong Write it on your heart that ev-.
her. He no longer rated her as most astonishing way. What the siderate," said Merriwell. breeze blowing from the Grand Can- ery day is the best day in the
beautiful and dumb; he had dickens did it mean? "
W. Emerson.
"Oh, sure. We never fry more yon. year.-R.
scratched the second adjective. "Just that she's gone bats about than three freshmen in one night. The big fellow's body jerked and

"Maybe 1 was too scared to run him, of course," muttered Frank. It's quite enough, they're so very became as stiff as an icicle. His
away myself," he said. Nothing else checks'up.. And she green and gummy." eyes glared at Merry's laughingface
She smiled at him, shaking her wants me to be his buddy! Why, she The door and through the holes in his mask. sa, "LUMEN'S"when

head. "You don't have to be so must still believe in Santa Claus!" Frank and was Barney opened were softly marched With ,a snap of his hand, he threw / you have .
modest about it, Frank Merriwell. The silvery afterglow had the water-faucet away under the
i gone along the corridor and down stairs a co/c// ..
:
'. I've got a little sense. Bart did out of the sky. There was a sharp with those shiny things poked cradle in'which the school's eight-
run, but he came back. That chill in the *
was
gathering twilight. oared shell was resting.
: against their backs and held there.
something. Let's give him credit for NS
rO.-' it." The Irish boy had taken his cue "Where are the gloves?" he u

., "I wouldn't rob him of credit CHAPTER VI from Merry, and submitted; but he snarled. "Bring 'em on and let's UD ,
any
' he deserves." had an idea that something not downon see if this wise guy can take his

,. "I know you wouldn't. You don't Frank's first day at Fardale acad- the program was going to pop medicine." RpP

have to tell me. I was all stewed emy had been one to remember. before the night was over. "I was told," said Frank 'smoothly -

; up about Bart until-until I thought Unexpected things had happened Hodge was in the hands of fel- "that hazing had been abolished 42 c .
;:,' it over. He's different. He's never but nothing had surprised him halfas lows who were giving their undi- in this school. There was a report 0
r:;' learned how to take it. Walter's much as the sudden and puzzling vided attention to him. that four sophs had been let out for

9.,. told me how it is here in the school.If switch-around by Inza Burrage. It The round moon, riding high, taking part in the pastime last
they ever start riding a fellow was ridiculous for her to imagine he seemed to grin at them when they year." .

sr they ride him ragged. Bart never could be chummy with Bart Hodge. were out under the open sky. There "But this is no hazing," declaredthe SelfLoveIn
: could stand up to that." She must think him a silly sap! the three freshmen were allowedto Chief Executioner. "It's a sac- self-
is
I't i'' It wasn't so easy for Frank to There was something back of it, sit down on the steps and put on rifice and you're the goat. It won'tdo love jealousy than love.there- La more Rochefou-
't.' smile now. He hadn't expected her of course. And of course he had their shoes. The campus clock you any good to kick, either.
i "': to retain so much interest in Hodge. guessed the answer: Hodge had struck one as they moved on again. Strip that sweater off him, boys." cauld.
r? It was cooling him off rapidly."He made a touchdown with her. He "
I "It's a real lovely night for a "Say the word, whispered Mul-
needs somebody to keep him had scored in spite of his bad fum- murder," observed Merriwell pleasantly loy in Frank's ear, "and I'm with

Er!;: on an even keel," Inza declared. girl bles.! Now wasn't that just like a ye to make good fish hash of this 1

q "You could do that, Frank. I don't "Maybe you'll think it is before bunch."

r.. believe anybody else can. You're Frank Inza. He was had bitterly her disappointedin back the night is over," said the one who Merry shook his head. "It isn't CON.; B ( iste sott
put right
.. rooming with him, and""Aren't into the beautiful and dumb line-up. had poked, the shiny thing at him. worth it," he replied, "the odds be- Toor aoc -
you slicing it rather tough Frank gave him a keen glance. ing what they are. -Wait for a bet-, ) e
f. for me, Miss Burrage?" Well, it was okay with him. He The mask was baffling, but the ter break, Barney." rnamavi end Nu Ubr ti
had said he wouldn't need an opi-
tt I but
"Maybe am, he needs
a voice had sounded familiar. didn't let them insssffisf
He pull the
: friend." ate to sleep that night, and he didn't.He .
They left the school grounds by a sweater off him. He removed it him-
"He's Bascomb." had dropped her like a hot potato -
: Hugh
' got well trodden path that brought self and stood naked to the waist. action- _
'.. "That's not 'so good. I know and she didn't even edge into ink
: his dreams. them, before long, near the shore on The one who had called himself Jus- (
-: Hugh. He won't be much help. which the surf was murmuring. Far- tice took a look at Merriwell's torso :* f.. ;:- ,if'1 r-
,' "He's helped Hodge on to the But something ruptured those r =--
shoulders and and whistled
ther on, they came to the cove arms, t : .3.
football dreams, whatever they were about,
squad already.
: some time in the still hours of the where the academy boathouse was softly. \\ jg;
: "But that's not the kind of
help located. of his firs -
Merry thought -
.. "Maybe this isn't the goat, after =- -
,:t" ,: Bart needs, most. He'll go up night. He. started up and blinkedat view of the building from the top of: all," he said, "but we'll find out. It ;';.. ....::;::--:-..=:==
glaring light that blinded him -
a
against things at Fardale that Bas ;::::::
' the hill, only three days ago. Plenty won't be long now."
for moment two. His first
comb won't help him a bit about- a or
" had
happened since then. Now
ii', and he'll crack." thought was that the whole place what Then Frank and Barney saw that' ON GENUINE NUJOL

t ,:i "Nobody can help a fellow who was afire, and it gave him a great The? leader of the masks walked several of the masked fellows had Cow 1M7,Suooe *. !
}j" won't accept help." shock; but before he could catch stripped Hodge to the waist also \
straight to the door of the boat-
: his breath twice a strong hand Bart had protested against it, but
"Of course not but you're clever, house and SMALL SIZE E
it with
rapped signal Ef
a on 51.20ZE
;. Frank, and you can make him ac- gripped his shoulder and a voice the shiny thing in his hand.ceWho's his objections had sounded strangely 60c 4 S
' ,hissed weak. There was dirt in the air.
; cept it if you try. 1 did think of : "
'; putting it up toWalter, but I real "Keep still, frosh! If you make a there? came a challengefrom One of the hazers had brought
ized he wouldn't get me. He peep you're a dead duck!" the other side of the door. forward a set of boxing gloves. At

/ wouldn't have the chance you'll Another hand, grasping somethingshort "The execution committee with sight of them, Merriwell got it. This IlA"'O
have, anyhow. If Bart doesn't find and bright and glittering, doomed victims" was the answer. was to be the show-down between Brings Blessed Relief
somebody to steady him he'll go off came into the circle of light. The "Bur-r-rl" shivered Mulloy. "It's him and Hodge, and Bart had been from aches and pains of
the deep end some day' thing was aimed straight at Merry's a slight chill I have." wise to it all the time. That was RHEUMATISMNEURITIS

Frank was silent. bedazzled eyes, and the round, dark The heavy door swung open. "En- why he had submitted so weakly
She put her warm fingers on his hole in the end of it looked like a ter, Chief Executioner, with the ex- from the start. Try a bottU and. Why LUMBAGO Suffer TAT'ALL
wrist, which lay on the edge of the mouth, that could speak even more. ecution committee and your vic-. (TO BE CONTINUED) ; <1ele.J"IIe'iTHE $.--




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The "Peace-for-America" pro- Ninth grade monthly honor roll--

NEWS READERS ARE gram being promoted by the V. F. June Hooker, Julia Oglesby, Renee Insect Poison From Roots Natural Resources

W. primarily seeks to impress Con- Wethington, Margaret VonMach, Cube is a plant whose roots yielda Georgia is the second marble-

gress with actual proof of an or- Florida Lee Haven, Dick Owen. high percentage of a poison used producing state in the Union and
GIVEN CHANCE TO ganized demand that America must Tenth grade monthly honor 1"011- in the manufacture of insecticides. leads in its possession of

keep out of war. Simultaneously, the Madeline Haven: Maxine Doty, asbestos."I

VOTE AGAINST WARIn I over-seas veterans who compose the I Dick Patterson, Florence .Graham,

of the V. F. W., favora D. Hooker. .
membership J. '- -
,;: :: :: : = : .-- :. .ltf I 1.1Ja; -
1"011- --
that honor
strong national defense, one Eleventh grade

is will enable the United States to pro- Francis Wright, LeRoy Hare, Bill
today's edition of this paper : I
tect its peaceful relations with all Owen, Billie Hooker.
published a "ballot" which the readers I
other powers. Twelfth grade honor roll-
of this newspaper are asked to
appeal addressedto Confident that members of Con- Betty Hooks, Dot Hare.
personal
sign as a
will be guided by the sentiment Lillian Buchana of Columbu-3,
Congress plea to keep America gress I ,
tho subject of Georgia, visited Martha Nell Alston
out of war. With the publicationof of the people on

this ballot this'paper is cooperating war, Commander-in-Chief Scott P. lad week.
of Oklahoma City, is directing The annual Christmas program T
with the Veterans of Foreign Squyres,
'
Wars of the United States in a na the efforts of his organization of the school will be presented in I E ,
the school auditorium on Friday ; For ,
tional campaign to obtain the signatures in a campaign to secure the -
,
December 17th, at 8 p. m. The pub '
of 25 million voters to be presented signatures of at least a majority of :
to attend and
lic is cordially invited
to Congress as a tangible evi- the legal voters in each Congressional p
dence "of an overwhelming, public District. These names, obtained there will be no charge. !

demand for peace. ,The appeal readsas through newspaper ballots and by This )'elr'a: pretty operetta "The I }
I Lost Doll", a one act play by Eleanor -
follows: petitions, will be classified by statesat ;
I be
will presentei.
Allen Schroll
"I hereby call upon Congress, and I national headquarters of the V. I
There are several pupils from the :
the United Statesto I
the President of
Missouri. At
W. in Kansas City,
F. taking main parts, I
keep America out of war and early in advanced grades I
the campaign,
of
the close
of the charactersare
to adopt and apply national policies defense designed i' 1938, the petitions and ballots will but from the majority the ,lower grades.A I :: Printingf

supported by a pro- be shipped to Washington, D. C., ,
synopsis of the play reveals a i '
gram adequate to preserve and protect and presented members of Con- with small. \ \i- .
mother
modern young .
and its people.
our country
on
gress in a peace demonstration gift shop to, } 3,
daughter visiting a
The Veterans of Foreign Wars of
the steps of the Capitol. selections. With
make Christmas : \
the United States has requested 11- -
000 and magazines Believing the readers of this the aid of the Personal Shopper, an _> ,-
newspapers .,
throughout the country' to publishthis j newspaper are heartily in accord employee of the shop, many attractive ': ': .' I,pr.f'
with any movement designed to I "gifts" are brought to the display -
ballot of
as a means reaching i < : :
Individual citizens who may be denied avert war, this ballot will be published 1 room, where the entire scene .
I
the opportunity of signing petitions at intervals during the next takes place. The unique singing of

being circulated by local few weeks whenever space is avail- groups lend a brilliancy to the :bet:

units of the Veterans of Foreign able, in order to give every personin ting. After the Doll' Parade a very

Wars of the U. S. in 3,600 commun this area an opportunity to reg- expensive doll is missing. This cre-

ities. ister his personal plea for peace. I ates an exciting situation. Follow-

ing some spirited dialogue and

quick action a happy climax is

reached when the "Lost Doll"1 is
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AMERICA
Keep .. i: found. The entire cast joins in the
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x{ : final chorus, "We're On Our Wayto .
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Out of WAR Your, House.


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BY BALLOTS NOT BULLETS For the thirty-first time Thanks- ; 'I): :.: ": .

giving day marked the opening of : ..

the Christmas Seal sale in this coun
This ballot is offered to the readers of this newspaper in supportof try. In forty-one other countries \ i
a nationwide "Peace-for-America" campaign conducted by the
similar holidays start Christmas
Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U. S. -
The purpose of this campaign is to provide Congress with tangible Seals on their work of waging the -*;* *
proof, in the form of 25 million signatures of citizen voters, that international battle against tubercu-

the people of this nation want America to keep out of war. losis. ;t


You can do! your bit for peace by mailing this ballot properly signed Western Union Crew


VETERANS OF FOREIGN ARB OF U. S. Submarine Cable ,; ,.'-;:,: :..>,
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Kansas: City, Missouri. 'r ;""*"', (Moore Haven Democrat) l '

I hereby call upon Congress, and the President of the,United States, A construction crew of the West- }; l

to adopt and apply policies designed to Keep America Out Of War ern Union Telegraph Company withA. :; : ;

and supported by a national defense program adequate to preserve C. Golden foreman arrived ; ,..-, -' .,.:.. -
and its people. as ; ''- ....:, : ,: ;" "
and protect our country .:::.::.:; .,
here this week to lay a cable across .

the canal here and at Ortona.
SIGNED ............................................................................................... -
Name in full Work was begun here Wednesday :
in laying the heavy 'armored '

I cable and within short time it was l- : ; :
Residence ............................................................................................ a
City State in road place right-of-way, crossing the at canal the railroad on rail- -;: The (Jlewi&on s'

(This space is dedicated, to the cause of peace by; this newspaper) bridge. The cable crossing the riv- /'

"' er at Ortona will also be laid at
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<:i/-l"-:
the railroad bridge. '

It is understood that their gov- J fiCES -

*.* *.* ....... I Jean Augur, Nora Oglesby, Wan- ;:: : ;" .- :: F't: ;
.***:**NON**N'Mj*** 'Mj'W *#(N:N:N:NIN:NIN: : : :.I I I ernment permit did not necessitate, ; ;:-.- -,,,_ ,
da Jean Shelfer. sinking the cable below the flow-
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SCHOOL NEWSBernice Fifth grade monthly honor 1'011- line of the canal as is usually done "

,! Parmelia Bourne, Christine Red because of the extra heavy cable

O'Neal _._.........___ Edlto dish, Sue VonMach, Henry Chap- which will, in a short time, bury j "" .
Billie Hooker '_"__'_.... Ass't EditoB man, Lawrence Guthrie, Willie itself. I i -_: a=.", E f; .r..J W: 'tk

Miss Evelyn Schutz, Faculty Advisor Smith. ,

Fifth grade monthly spelling honor
..:N N H N N N NON N N N N N NNNNNN:..:N N NNN:. 1'011-

First honor roll- ,Marilyn Davis, Sue VonMach,
grade monthly D@ JOUR CAR STALL ESLY ?
Viola Haven, Margie McCracken, Christine Reddish, Willie Smith

Bobby Hanna, Jack Martinez, Oliver Mary Carlisle, one of our former

Martinez, Junior Martinez, Lena classmates, has returned to oe

May Johnson, Jack Davie, Charles with us again.
Miner. Sixth grade monthly honorroll-.

Marianne Jones, Inez Stewart, :Barbara -
Second grade spelling honor 1'011-
Broadfoot, Mauryne Prewitt,
Mary K. Dyess, Junior Raines, Eric Belcher, Phillip McLeod. .

Clifford Beatty, Carline Berner, Monthly spelling honor roll.
Emrich R. C. Ballard *
Betty Ruby Evelyn Corbett, Marianne Jones,
Ricks, Grant Brewer, Bub Mills, Phillip McLeod.
Lillian Golden Julian Smith Jeannette
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We are sorry to lose one of our
Golden Jackie Redish David
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pupils, Inoz Stewart, who is moving I I
Golden Dude Smith.
to LaBelle. I :.
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Clifford Beatty, Grant Brewer, .have felt the spirit of Christmas already \ o
Kim Kolstad, Junior Raines, Dude
and have written these verses -
Smith, Carline Berner, Mary K. :

Dyess, Lou Emrich Lillian
Betty ,
Yuletide: time is' here again
Golden, Ruby Ricks, Marilyn Schelf- Let festivities begin.
er, Carolyn Robinson.
We are all filled with good cheer,. Ni
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news-
For St. Nick will soon be here.

. Glen Stewart has moved to La- -By Evelyn Corbett.

t, Belle. Christmas comes but once a )'e'lr. '
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r. 'Sally Graham has gone to Jack- And when it comes it brings much

sonville. cheer, I I r 1'. ;
t' Third grade monthly honor roll- It brings many different thirds anal f ,- ''

I. Louise Prewitt, Charles Benbow, toys, -. \

Mary Louise Thomas, Mary Ellen And brings all good children many .

Smith, June Espenlaub, Ruth Em-
joys. t I i ; 'i
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\.,, rich, Janice Norton, Nancy Wright, -By Phillip McLeod and Eric Bel- ; po... -

y Harriett Alston, Clarence Stiles, cher. ? "." .'
Grace Ward, William McCracken :
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i '. I Jo Ann Crouch, Mary Ruth John- Janice Brantley, Elbert Hooker. f'J i-r--
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son. Eighth grade monthly honor 1'011-
; Fourth. grade spelling honor 1'011- Phyllis Logan.
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;; Nora Oglesby, Jean Augur, Joan Phyllis Logan, a member of the

f, v' Walker, Emily Joyce'Dullen, Wanda eighth grade, left Sunday, Decem-

t'. Jean Schelfer, Bertha Ballard, Bil- ber 5, to motor to Kentucky. The 6AS0UNt
; :. ly Prewitt tUIF LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES
Noley Geiger, Ouida grade gave her a surprise farewell ( i\ SNat 6010
J. Johnson, Esther Brewer, Ogie Ar- party. Hot chocolate and '
cake
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I ) lulAtCASkO SAVES WEAR
INCREASES POWER
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f": nette, Sarah Spires. served. She received many gifts \,__ NOW .

'> Fourth grade monthly honor roll- from members and friends.










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