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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 17, 1937
Publication Date: 1928-
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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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VOLUME/ NUMBER| 49' CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA, FRIDAY DECEMBER ,17, 1937 SUBSCRIPTION S2.00 YEAR .

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CLEVISTON{ LEGION Belle Glade Golfer

Christmas Program WAR DEPARTMENT :

Wins Honors SundayErnest


POST HELD MEETING 'dingham !i of the AGAIN TURNS DOWN ,1

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Yer '

IN MOORE HAVEN en tile birdies Belle at Glade the Clewiston golfer snared Golf Club a-I :. Clewiston Community Church Choir LEVEE AT LAKEPORT 1


,i last Sunday to win the opening eventof I I ,. "

The Clewis ton Post No. 93 of the the club's weekly winter tourna- / -- '.]
Notice was received here
Wednesday
American Legion held its December ment ,season. The affair was a han- .. : '$' that the -
; War
idcap Point Against Par contest, Anthem: Joy To The World. ::', '< 'r '" ;NT Department,
1 meeting in Moore Haven Tuesday .. 1 through the U. S. Engineers had

j j evening, at the invitation of several par five hole points, :eight being for allowed birdies for and each ten Bethlehem .--......................-?....?......,........... ... .......... BowkerSticklesCalm again reported unfavorably on building -

Moore Haven!'! Legionnaires. The for eagles. Van snared his first birdie On The Listening Ear ................?..:............... ira B. Wilson the stretch of levee between
FIsheating Creek and Kissimmee
i meeting was held in the Woman's on No.5. repeated the performance Anthem: It Came Upon A Midnight Clear. River. This is the second adverse

on Numbers 7, ,8 and 9, then
delicious wild duck
Club and
room a ] coasted to No. 16, where he started Cantique de Noel ........................................?............. Adolphe Adam report on this project and was rejected -
Ii dinner was served by: the Moore on the same grounds benefits

Haven Parent-Teachers Association. another string of three. His grand Solo ...................................................................................0 R. N. Smith i to be derived insufficient tp justifythe
total of 81 points was far ahead of

j I!'':; F. M. Wright, commander, presided -I the field. Silent Night. ..................................................1........... Grouber-Lorenz cost.

'(' t," at the business meeting and Eighteen golfers entered the af-I Obligato ......................................."................ ... ........... F. M. Wright three The years first report ago when was given the projectwas about
i requested discussion of several matters fair and swung'for the honor

1 I affecting the Post. The Clewis-' winning the opening tournament.As Cantata: The World's True Light ...:.........:...:...?.?...... R. M. Stultz first proposed. Since that time
untiring efforts have been'made
I I ton Post had been requested to consider the weekly events get under way Part I. The Prologue-The Phophecy.Part by

i the organization of a boys' and gain momentum, club officialsare Congressman J. Hardin Peterson,

group Sons of the Legion. The de- confident that the entry list will II. The Prophecy Fulfilled } residents of Lakeport and others to

cision of the members was that show a healthy! increase. Part III. The Wondrous Star.: I have a new report made. This was
promised a few months and the
there was a relatively small field Necessary work on greens and ago

here for such a group, and that the fairways to groom the course for Soloists: R. N. Smith F. M. Wright.' 'I Moore Haven Civic Club took the

growing Boy Scout troop took care the season, is wellunder way. I lead in preparing a brief showingthe

of the needs for an organization of Greens work is being held up tem benefits of the levee a work
I GHOIR MEMBERS that required little work
younger boys. For these reasons porarily ,awaiting the arrival of new ( no on the
part of the committee in
the members voted not to sponsor greens equipment; However, the club charge.
Sopran: Irma Smith, Mignonne St. Martin, Nina Niblack This second adverse report while
,
i the Sons of the Legion organization. professional, Don Young, expects to .
I Florence Graham, Jean Herring. I not necessarily meaning that the levee -
j : A special committee was appointed have all greens in first class con-
j I will be built is to
never likely
I to solicit funds ,for the annual dition by the first of the year. Altos: Hazel Prewitt, Marion Leydig, Lois Robbins, Sue Robbins,
! defer further action for at least
'any
' community Christmas Tree and to I Golfers desiring information con Viola Owen.
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another two or three,
years.
I take care of the details of the event. cerning the club's tournament ac- .. 'v. ",.... .
/ Tenors: C. E. Robbins, F. M. Wright. The communication from the U.
i tivities obtain ,, .
most interested may same by callingMr. \
were
The Legionnaires
Division office in Richmond
; S. Engineer -
I in the discussion of the pos Young at the club at any time. I ;"'/ '':. : Basses: R. N. Smith, J. H. Doty.
II giving notice of the decisionwas !'!

I sibilities of a public health, unit, such I Accompanist: Christine Doty. received by a number of resi-
At least each
boardof once year comes
as that organized by the state dents of Clewiston and Moore Haven. -
counties. YOUR opportunity to have a partin Director: J. E. Beardsley.
health in Florida
many For the benefit of othen who
the fight. against tuberculosis.The .
in
been
Commander Wright has cor-
may not have received a copy the
B. McCreary, time has come. Christmas Seals
respondence with A. entire communication is reprintedas
are 'now on sale.:
health units -
state director of county I follows:

? and the matter has been di .cussed School Board Met In It having come to the notice of
Dr. Leland H. Dame and
with CHURCHES PLANNING the undersigned that you have expressed -

Mrs. Mary W. Matthews The both of I 0A.. JONES FAMILY LaBelle On SaturdayThe an interest in the pending '
health. plan
the state board of
proposition for the construction of

suggested by Dr. Dame 'is to unite SPECIAL SERVICESFOR I levees along Lake Okeechobee, Fla.,
I HAS NARROW ESCAPEAS
counties
Collier
.<" Glades, Hendry and unit county' board ,of public instruction from Fisheating'Creek to Kissimmee

into a full-time county health met for 'its December meet- I River, you are hereby informed that '
j'a full-time paid physician and XMAS ,WEEKBoth the report thereon -i Ui Hi efi-by-l- -
CAR HITS CANAL '
ing :at. tha'-cqurt-house"'irf LaBelle,
, units maintained I II :
nurse. These are Saturday. The meeting>was adjourned the, .river: and ,harbor act of August

: with federal, state and county funds but, from the previous Saturday which Catholic and 'Community 26, 1937, has been made, and is unfavorable -
I and there seems no question The
Mr. and Mrs. Otis A. Jones and the, date. to the improvement.
was regular meeting
churches have
funds planned special serv-
I that the federal and state can I of the lands to be protected -
their daughter, ',i be obtained for the purpose if the ices observance of Christmas, dur:' will have ample opportunity for
the Jones' mother, Mrs. H. V. Briant, county schools for the Christmas
: I' county commissioners can make or'a hurricane
: approach -
ing next week. evacuation on the
with their lives
17thto
funds for barely' escaped : holidays was set for December
i appropriation of county Saturday night when their car was January 3rd. Monday night at. the Community and that the benefits to be
has been
the purpose Dr. McCreary levees would be
:I down at some date struck by another driven by F. W. The board negotiated a loan from Church there will be a: White Christmas expected from the
invited to come justify the cost.
Seymour near Twenty Mile Bendon the First Bank of Clewiston and paid insufficient to
in January, and at that time It is gift program under the leader- further notified that all
the Palm Beach highway. The all teachers and janitors salaries in You are
hoped that the matter may be fully ship of the Christian Endeavor. Pu-, interested parties have the privilegeof
which I Jones car was knocked into the canal full to date. The loan was necessary
r explained at the meeting I occupan'ts pils of the ,Sunday School, the an appeal from this conclusion to
commissioners and all by the impact and the because only a small sum, $972,
the county for Rivers
managed to hold their heads above was received from state sources in classes and other groups will bring the Board of Engineers
will be requestedto
interested citizens I body sit
attend.A I water until help came. Severe bruises December. The payments due on the various articles of food,. each wrap- and Harbors a permanent
Washington D. C., to -whichall
received by Mrs. Jones and Mrs. school buses were also made and local I ting at
splendid musical program was II ped in white ,and with a slip on the examination and survey reports
Briant ,seem to be the worst of thefamily's bills were paid.
rendered by Mrs. F. H. Ryan, pianist, I injuries. I The school board, through the co- I outside listing the contents of the of,this character' are referred. Par-

Paul Boe, vocalist and Miss Jeanette The Jones family was returningfrom operaton of the WPA has secured I package. These gifts 'will be placed,, ties desiring to do so may be heard
violinist. the board, either orally -
,
Greenhaw Miami and whenit child- and later made into Ion appeal by
driving west some new clothing for needy on the, altar,

Attending the meeting were F. was struck by Seymour's car ren in the Clewiston school whichis baskets of useful gifts to be dis- r or In writing. Written commun-

M. Wright, J. E. Beardsley, C. E. which was travelling east. Although being distributed before the hol- ications should be addressed to the
Dan B. Allen F. Deane tributed on Christmas. The pro Board of Engineers for Rivers and
Robbins, Mr. Jones made no complaint againstthe idays.

Duff, W. C. Owen, H. R. Hall, L. driver of the other car, he was Other" routine business occupiedthe gram will begin at 7:45. Harbors 'Munitions Building, Washington -

A. Turner and E. M. Cornette of i 1 arrested by officers who 'soon ar- attention of members at the The Sunday School's Christmastree D. C., and should be mailedIn

, Clewiston, C. V. Parkinson, Sion C'I rived at the scene and placed In the meeting. will be held in the Church 'on time to be in possession of the

I Stalls, J. M. Couse, Joe Van county jail at West Palm Beach. Thursday evening, and all pupils of I said board: withon four weeks from

i Velde I. E. Scott, R. D. Lyons, E. i j Deputies Tapscott and Budd of Palm PARENT-TEACHERS HOLD the school and members of the cra- I the date of this communication. If,

! Davis Conway, Carr Settle and Dr.\\ Beach county, who placed Seymour I BUSINESS SESSION TUESDAYA dle roll are urged to attend. however you have important datato
Haven. j Christmas Cantata 'will be: communicate to the board, whichcan
_' D. M. Draughn of Moore I.under arrest said tracks on the road. The
-r'1'1 presented by the Community Choir not be collected and put in shape
indicated that he had been travel business meeting of the
parent-I of J. E. Beardsley presentation within four
direction
under the for
proper
ling on the wrong side of the road. Teachers Association was
.f Santa Claus To on Sunday evening at .7:45' o'- weeks, the board should be informed -
He was charged with reckless driving the school auditorium Tuesday af and
delay
S fact without
I clock.A of this
and causing an accident. ternoon. Due to the illness of Mrs.
; Visit Xmas EveAll cordial Invitation is extended request made for an extension of the
\Ir. Jones' description of the I M. M. Prewitt, president, the chair inform-
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Church at mid- date for submitting
by St. Margaret's limiting
events following their plunge into I was occupied by Mrs. Mary Snell desired,
night Friday, Christmas eve The ation. If oral hearings are
the canal reveal an almost perfeet I Baker, vice-president. -
All the children of Clewiston are I mass will be sung by the adult and dates for the same may be arrange
pattern of helpful incidents. First Routine business occupied the at-
invited to meet Santa Claus at the correspondence with the
and appropriate
junior choirs, for by
the Jones' yelled loud and lustilyfor tention of members who attended. ,
Community Christmas tree to be Christmas hymns are included. board.
help, and were answered shortly -
held in the park on Christmas EY II I The second mass' on Christmasday Any further Information ,needed
by voices from the which
highway MORE> THAN ONE THOUSAND to
Friday at 7:30 p. m. will also be in Clewiston at 7:30a. may be obtained by application
I assured them help was on the way. VISITORS AT SUGAR HOUSIJ"Although
There will be a package for each I The voices were those of some men I m. while the third mass will be this office or to the U. S. Engineer

child, and Santa and his Legionnaire who were coming out into the Lake the sugar house of the celebrated at, St. Mary's Church, Pa- Office P. O. Box 4970 Jacksonville
the
friends will be expecting a large at !I Okeechobee section for a fishing United States Sugar Corporation has hokee at 9 o'clock1. Fla., but attention is Invited to

I tendance. trip early next morning. They hada been in operation only a month dur- following regulations as to the, manner -

I small boat on a trailer. The boat I ing the present season, more than Two Homes Purchased in which such information maybe
I
.
was lowered into the water and the 1,000 visitors have been shown I. furnished: desiring

Clewiston School Has two men carried Mrs. Jones, her through the vast mill by ,the regular This Week in ClewistonTwo "Where interested parties --
data necessary for the preparation
mother and daughter onto the shore. guides.
I I Board
appeal to the -
of their
Record Enrollment Just as Mr. Jones reached the bank Visiting hours are maintained and Harbors -

another car stopped to offer assist- from 8 a. m. until noon and from Clewiston homes, were sold of Engineers for Rivers
I. both sales being they will be afforded full opportunity -
;." ance. It proved to be two personsen 1pm.to4p.m1 during the week, of

ii j Clewiston's school enrollment continues route to Clewiston for a hunting handled by the Clewiston Federal to examine the and copies division

I ;, to mount to new peaks and trip. They had a supply of blankets Savings and Loan Association. the reports of the district, offices

the present number of students at- E. C. Mills purchased 'from Ed engineers In their respective -
.taL. with them, so the ladies and Marianne was brought home by a fellow employee ""
understanding
r, 'etending f school is 270, which is approximately were placed in the car, wrap from the eastern division. He Collins tile home located on Arcade subject* to the of these

45 more than has ever ped in blankets and started for found that a fire and hot coffee were avenue. The house is a two bedroom I that no part of the contents the

been enrolled at one time in the home. : waiting for Mrs. Jones and the oth- stucco bungalow. The location fs'' reports will be published in
the
I history of the school according to The third car stopped to offer assistance ers and that they were already recovering Lot 3, Block 169. I newspapers or otherwise until to Con- .
B. E. Herring, prnicipal. Bell has purchased frost teClowistou I reports have been submitted
and took Mr. Jones to Can- I from their shock! and cold I. S. will note
Loan Copies of the reports
The school, in common with all al Point, where he found some em- plunge. Federal Savings and i gress.; outside -

other Hendry county schools, closes I ployees still working In the office of The entire family spent a few days Association the home in the same furnished or loaned for.interested use

: I on Friday, December 17th, for a the United States Sugar corporation.He recovering from the heavy colds they block, recently vacated by W. W. of the office; but make

Christmas holiday of two weeks phoned friends in Clewiston to had acquired, but otherwise pone Perry. This house is similar to the parties will be permitted to th+

: '... Cla&stis: will bo returner! Ott January meet MrSi Jones and help them, He tho worse for their experience 'J11 other, and ,contains( two bedroom itch notes of ,tho contents iOiratlnu&d t

3rd then} borrowed gem& At? clothes! } add .eftI' Is piaotlcallf} a total' IQgs;, Its location!( !! i ja r.ot t ((5, mock U 6, ( '; fin Paitf 9))




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News Itevietc of Current Events UIi uwLQpIzi1S

"Quotations" : ,

-A.-- CONGRESS CONFUSEDPresident :
p
Pleasures' arc satisfying in inverse

ratio Every to their great cost.-Bruce cause is embraced Barton.first Returns to Find His "Must" Measures Are See What It Led To

by an aggressive. minority.AlbertEinstein. Facing Failure of Passage in the Present Session o Adam and Eve had but one fault

A nation can be judged by its ,curiosity; a small one to lose

humor.-Sinclair Lewis.. about Eden for.,

Wars are never won; they are A statistician in listing the common -

only'and; always lost.-B. M. Baruch. Prehistoric Lore. causes of fatigue in men,

The '''loveliest rainbow is in our EL RIO, TEXAS.According overlooked a waistline of 46
vision rather than in the sky.-Will. D inches.
to the scientists, who
Durant. The "man of few words" doesn't
Try and be a champion in what. have a great way of naming realizehow tiresome they be

everline of endeavor you choose in -P4s *;f J earthly phenomena without in- come.,

life. Jack Dempsey. quiring into the wishes of the There are some admirable peo-

Do well and doubt \o;Oman-do phenomena, we are now livingin ple who never let it be known that .

better and doubt all men.-A. J. / /Y/,4 A'Pictured a' terrestrial era known as' (they are unhappy because they

Jennings. are too proud to.
the Hollocene period.

This will be news to a lot of pea

i ple who rather suspected we were Lacy Cartwheels

living through a ,

[ ce AROUND C stage called which Chaos.mightbe Make This Cloth

THEHOUSE Still, it's no won- ;
der that the wordhasn't
There's magic in this two colored -
got around
Senator William Borah of Idaho, crocheted square-when it's
above from left to right are because
Starch. Stir a pieceof generally yet,
Preparing -
Senator Edward, Burke of Nebraska and Professor Henry W. Edgertonof joined into a cloth or spread, it
lard about as big as a five-cent Cornell university and formerly of the antitrust division of the Department this present looks like two medallions! Begin ftT
into starch while it is era is quite a youngera -
piece your ,
of Justice, as the professor was about to appear before a subcommittee rightaway on the first 8 inch
will take It's
Your clothes on as eras
boiling. go.
of the senate judiciary committee. The committee examinedthe square. Its "repeats" will followin
and the iron will not merely a few mil-
a nice gloss, professor to determine whether they believed him a fit appointee to lion old / quick succession for it is sim-

stick. the United States Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia. He was which, years to our true, ple to do in economical string and
suspected of not believing in the right of courts to declare legislative makes delightful pick-up work.
Caring for Knit Garments.-In enactments unconstitutional. But he declared he now regarded such geologist, is the Irvin S. Cobb

wearing and caring for knit gar- judicial review as a legitimate part of our constitutional system. same as yesterday.
ments, beware of rough surfaces, Mention a few million years to him
which cause thread breaks. Give and he'll say "phew!" and just snap ,

the garment rest periods; steam, -- fJ7:7Jidcmc.d: his fingers-like that.I .

and reblock occasionally. : wonder if the authorities would

SUMMARIZES THE WORLD'S WEEK pardon a suggestion from a poor
ignoramus whose acquaintance,with
Herring Salad.-Boil and cut up Western Newspaper Union.
geology is largely limited to two
about six as for potato
potatoes of its surface phases, namely: Reg- .
salad. Place in a bowl with two Stormy Days in Capital Lindbergs Come Back ular paved roads and those derned '

pickled herrings (boned and cut RETURNING from his fishing trip A FTER two years of self- detours. When we consider most of

into strips), a hard-boiled egg waters with an infected imposed exile in England, Col. the humorous illustrations and the

chopped fine, and a grated apple. gum, President Rooseveltwas and Mrs. Charles A. Lindbergh returned bulk of the humorous text printed

Make a dressing of 2 tablespoonfuls confronted with a situationthat to the United States. Pre- in the average smart magazine of

each of cream, salad oil, vine- was decidedly disconcerting. sumably they 'came over to spend'the today, and the even spicier lines

gar, and pepper to taste, and pour What has been called the Roosevelt holidays at the home of Mrs. heard in smart modern plays,

over salad. depression,was becoming still more Lindbergh's mother, Mrs. Dwight wouldn't it be more fitting to callit

,* depressed and congress seemingly Morrow, in Englewood, N. J. not the Holocene, but the Obscene -
For Cooling Cakes.-An ordi- couldn't make up its mind what to The landing of the, Lindberghs at period?

nary wire dish-drying rack makesa do about it. The ''demand, for tax New York was accomplished with .

good cake cooling rack when revisions that would assist businessout such secrecy 'that they almost escaped -
The Law's Arm.
turned upside down. of the slump was insistent, andso the notice of reporters and Long

*, was the necessity of balancingthe news photographers. One of the THE long arm of,the law-it's a
of the four phrase, isn't it? So mouth-
budget. Passage officers of the liner on which they
Preserving acids Stockings.Becauseperspiration are among the administration "must" measures came said they planned to return to filling, so satisfying to the honestcitizen's

worst enemies of good hose, cloth- appeared to be impossible duringthe England immediately after Christ- :soul::; !

ing experts advise washing stock- extraordinary session. All of mas. It conjures up visions of unrelent-
by various blocsof crime inevitable You use the same color _
ings after"each wearing-in luke- them were opposed ing warfare against may
warm water with mild soap. the majority party as well as by Infantry Comes First punishment for the guilty. It's throughout, if you prefer. Pattern l

'the Republican minority.The WAR operations on land the in- the bunk! 1570 contains chart and di- '

A Needed Utensil.-A knife senate's farm bill seemed to IN fantry is still the most important 'It's' the"bunk because 'of crooked rections for making the square;
have the best chance to get through, material requirements illustra-
lawyers; venal policemen; compla- ;
sharpener is as essential a pieceof branch of the service, says Gen.
but it differed radically from the soft-hearted tions of the and of all
so cent prosecutors; or square
household equipment as the cof- Malin Craig, chief of staff of the
house that it was certaina witnesses bribedor stitches used photograph of the
measure corrupted jurors; ; a
fee pot. Not. even an expert army, in his annual '.
conference committee would haveto intimidated; the law's delays; square; color suggestions.
carver is able to do much with a report. Lessons
dull knife. try to find a common ground. learned by skilled reversals of fair verdicts on foolish Send 15 cents in stamps or coins

Secretary Wallace was reported *;. observers of the civil technicalities; a false sentimentality (coins preferred) for this patternto
dissatisfied with both senate and ; war in Spain and which forgets the widow and or- The Sewing Circle, Needlecraft

I've Heard It Said, house bills. One official close to the ChinoJapanesewar phan of the victim and thinks onlyof Dept.,, 82 Eighth Ave., New York.

But Wouldn't Believe It him said 'Wallace might urge Pres- > have, modified the family of the killer; most

ident Roosevelt to veto any bill t F .j the American de- often of all, abuse of the powers to
finally enacted which approximated commute and to pardon and to pa-
fense but
Henry George of single tax program, <
house
either the senate or measure. role. RELIEFFROM
memory was noted for his in- says the general, it
Democrats were so badly split' *
difference to dress, says his biog- over the wage-hour bill that hope of > ,;- is still the infantry ; THE DISCOMFORT OF;
that renders the The Passing Years.
decision
rapher Louis F. Post, in "The : '
passing it before the regular sessionof L HEADACHE-TOOTHACHE,
Prophet of San Francisco." On about abandoned. in the final EVERY newborn year is a rosy
congress was General
one occasion he happened to be Labor, too, was divided concerningthis Maim Craig analysis. Airplanes prospect just as nearly every 8 I
the sole sleepingcar. and tanks are valu- dying year is a dun-colored dis
passenger on a the A. F. of L.
measure, opposing -
i uable auxiliaries to the infantry, but But without revived GENUINE?.PURE ASPIRIN-
The negro porter lamented it and the C. I. O. advocatingits appointment.
to Mr. George "the po'ness of passage. The'federation offeredits they cannot bring about a' decisionin hope what could we look forward to

business." The reformer was inspired own version, calling for a 'flat 40 land operations. except being measured for a

to hand him a large tip. cents an hour minimum wage and a Inventories of armament, motori- shroud?
zation, mechanization and equip- when 1937 GET RID OF
It seems only yesterday
Looking from the money to Mr.George's 40 hour maximum work week. The
in the of the 'lessons
ment light
in radiant
not over-fastidious house bill was finally rescued from was busting a bouncing
abroad, show several vital needs of baby-child, his arms burdened with
clothes and then back to the mon- the rules committee by petition.
the first line forces, General Craig his little soul After
bless !
ey, the porter exclaimed incredu- House Majority Leader Sam Ray- I promises, PIMPLESNew
I
declared. These include better
several false starts, happy days
lously: burn, Democrat, Texas, went ahead
to combat aircraft and
"Dat all fo' me? Well, you sure with plans to whip administration weapons were hereagain. Nobody was aim-
tanks well efficient Remedy Uses Magnesia to Clear
as as more guns ing to remodel the Supreme court.
till behind the house
never can tell 'bout a frog yo'see support measure.
him leap." He said that fewer than 100 votes for the planes and tanks. Senator Ashurst told us so, and Skin.Finns and Smooths Complexion

would be cast against the bill in its -*- didn't he know? He didn't. -Makes Skin Look Years Younger.

present form but warned that Edgerton Backs WaterCONFIRMATION Secretary Wallace, slightly assisted -.. .
amendments which would make its of the appoint- by Divine Providence, would im- Get rid of ugly, pimply skin with this ( ;<
mediately have ,the crop situation extraordinary new remedy. Denton'a
wage-hour provisions more rigid W. Edgerton of
"Ah showed well in hand. Grass would grow Facial Magnesia works miracles in
might shunt the measure back to Cornell university as associate justice -
in the street to the clearing up a spotty, roughened com
only leading
the labor and
committee delay a of the District of Columbia
Even the first few treatmentsmake
with plexion.
almshouse. The Wall Street
yo' mammy vote indefinitely. Court of Appeals was endangered boys a noticeable difference. The ugly
\ -iC- because it was thought from his writ- were expecting two suckers in every pots gradually wipe away, big pore

JEWEL too :... Tax Setup Bleeds Revision ings that he did not believe in judicial pot. And the'song of the Bulbulwas grow smaller, the texture of the skin
in the land-ah bull-
heard the
However he itself becomes firmer. Before knowit
C. ROPER of review. appeared be- you
secretary
DANIEL bull! friends, are complimenting on
you
the senate sub-committee
commerce, says the entire tax fore con- .
structure of the United States should sisting of Senators Borah, Burke and your complexion. I

be revised. He was speaking at a Van Nuys and repudiated his previous Gambling Houses. SPECIAL OFFER

.., banquet of the Business utterances. Of the power of A ONCE famous card-sharp-not -for a few weeks only

honey"J (..r4..,.:.'>d':,";., ,,,..';::' ,. .' Advisory coun- courts to declare ,legislative enact- reformed, but retired-said to Here is your chance to try out Denlon'iFacial
s":" 'f..hi.9.(f:}<:">;;%
: R:iF 1i{; his statements appeared "I regard it as not only thoroughly "Show me a professional gam- will send you a full 6 oz bottle of Den-

"s.< ::7: .nF.- general our constitutional system, but wheel isn't crooked, where any oth- Milnesia Wafers (the original Milk of
\'V1'4df. approval."A Magnesia tablets)...both for only 60c!
mechanical device is the
: : which was intended by the great majority er on
:;:!!;::f general revision -
i
Cash in on this remarkable offer. Send
of the men who framed our square, where the operatives from
%4"1.= is necessary tosimplify 60c in cash today.
or stamps
>; :nx determination Constitution. I think it was properly the bosses on down won't skin a
.., ,, \>W. %$/'?/ customer-call him sucker if
..' \ ,;-" ,<:- of tax liability, established by John Marshall andI a you '

OFor generations, fine cooks :t.; i)" <:;>r-::' of taxation court for any declaration of the able-and I'll drop dead from shock,
throughout the South have preferred 'ifii/-;:: more
MW. validity of that part of our consti- because no such outfit ever existednor
Jewel Shortening. A Special Blend equitably, and to MagnesiaSELECT
of choice vegetable fats and other Sec. Roper broaden the base of tutional system." ever will, not so long as gamescan
bland cooking fats Jewel actually include -*- be tricked, as all of them can, PRODUCTS Inc.
taxation to
a larger percentage 4402-23rd Strwt Long Island City. H. Y.
creams faster, makes more tender of Leviathan to Be Junked and gamblers are out for the coin, for ,'
our earning population, Sec- I Enclowd find 6Oo(cash or itampi) \
baked foods, than the costliest types retary Roper said. made a bid for the Levia as they naturally are, and the handis I which,.nd m*your ip.cial Introductory -r
of shortening. You get better results JAPAN combination
quicker than the which it is.
time. Look for the red carton. He asserted that the undistributed huge liner seized from Ger- eye
every profits tax had not entirely fulfilledits many in the World war, but the "But how about the mathematical Name ___........_..._..._...._.
proponents' expectations that it United States Lines rejected it and percentage in favor of the bankisn't a
that ?" I asked. Slr..t addr.as .-.-_......
would "bring about a higher velocity sold the vessel to Metal Industries, enough
of money through larger and Ltd., of London for $800,000. It will "How about the mathematical City-.State .

more widespread distribution of corporate go to England under its own power percentage of crooked lawenforcement -
officers who have to be s
earnings. and will be junked.
Mr. Roper expressed confidencethat The Leviathan cost ten millions to bribed?" he countered. "There's

a "constructive approach will build and the American govern: never enough" coming in to satisfy

be found to the solution of the utili- ment spent more than eight millionsto those babies.

FAVORITE OF THE SOUTH ties dilemma and that significant recondition it; and also paid Ger Conyrlght.IRVIN WNU Service.S. COBB ........a........ .
results will be forthcoming." many $16,688,000 for its seizure.



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: DECEMBER 17, 1037 rIm CLEWISTON NEWS PAGl>, FIVE
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,;i...N..N..N..N..N..N..N.N.N.N..N.N..N..N..N..N..N.N..N..N=.N.:N...."or...)i t' NO FIRECRACKERS, -Broderick, Bobby- Maynard. I f.NOTICE:-If you buy_. your. fruit' "if'''':'1

! : : I Shop Girls: Ogle Arnette, Pat cake get one of Mrs. Gravely's: ':iI
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i Personal Mention ; The American Legion I Bailey. Prize Winning cakes. Price 75c per '"i I
: i in charge of the annual Christmas Bells: Grace Ward, Jo I lb. 5 Ibs. or over 70c. Box 116 La- ''
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1 1.N.N.N.N.N.N.1..N.N.N.N'N.N N N.N N.N.N.N.N.M..00J..N 1. Christmas tree requests Ann Crouch, Nancy Wright, Har.; Belle, Fla. '

r James Edgar a.s.a week-end vii: to broadcast the fact that riet Alston, Louise Prewitt, Mary I r
crackers are desired in the Louise Thomas. '
:itor in Miami. NORGE REFRIGERATORS ,
rounding the tree during the ,
umlture and Home Furnishings
mas program on next
: 1
Dr.. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle were
ing. The firecrackers have PHILCO RADIOS
SUBSCRIBE .TO THE NE'"SXOTICE
Pahokee visitors Sunday afternoor :
a decided 'nu iance in past
I and the Legion requests Household FurnishingsInc. zj
Mr. and Mrs. Ivey Pafford and be exploded during the A

daughters, Anne and Kay, were Saturday distribution this year.A <'.
visitors in ,West Palm Bead
Notice is hereby given that the BELLE GLADE. FLORIDA
CORRECTION Annual meeting of the stockholdersof r
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm W. Big I First Bank of Clewiston will be
I spent Wednesday afternoon and 1 I I i held in the office of the Bank at J. M. COUSE
I A first and second prize Clewiston, Florida, Thursday, January -
Thursday in West Palm Beach. '
I I'awarded for the best I 6th, 1938 at Eight O'clock P. Counselor and Attorney at Law
doorway and a first and a M.
Mrs. Keathlcy Bowden and sons, I!prize will be awarded for ELBERT 'L. STEWART, Hopkins Building ', r

Kay and Paul, spent Monday: in For I decorated Christmas Tree, in Cashier. Wednesdays and Saturdays
Dec. 17, 24, 31, 1937.
Myers. I nual contest conducted by 9:30 to 4:00
.. I iston Garden Club. The r
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Leo Greenburg and S. J. Davis of: I week did not make clear
J. S. CAMPBELL L. B. MershonAGENT 'k
Okeechobee were business visitors I tal of four prizes were to be

here Wednesday. ed. Jeweler & Watch-maker
Judging will be done {
New York Life
Mrs. Joe Robbins and Mrs. J. H. on Christmas eve. All Kinds of Jewelry Repairs .f)

Doty were Wednesday visitors ir I Insurance Company ,?
I West Palm Beach. I II SKIPPY COTHERN : Optical. Repairs

I c'iL:: IHS FIFTH BIRTHDAY r I! AT CHRISTIAN'S) BARBER SHOP ARCADIA, FLORIDA

I Merrell Lowe and Jack Kinsej I
spent the week-end visiting friendsin Mrs. R. J. Lee entertained

Sanford.L. children's party Tuesday . . . . . ........ .. .. .. .. ....
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for her son, Skippy Cothern, i ....!.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N....NIM.N.N.NON N.N.N.M.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N N.N N .II
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H. Phillips spent the weekendin fifth birthday. ; 'i"1 '.:.i.1ICLEWISTON -.
Fort Myers with his parents, Mr. I Enjoying the delightful .t' I
and Mrs. Harry Phillips. were Doris Cothern, Y

'" Shirley Schroeder Benbow, Richard, Ronald Knight, : :ia GOLF f
Miss Bernice O'Neal and Don Carlisle .
Beubow and James Black., 2 .
were Sunday visitors in Canal i_ ..i.i .

Point. 0 MRS. PAFFORD HOSTESS I I I ::: .:.t.I :.
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Miss Ruth Hamilton of LVEDNESDAY BRIDGE COURSE ty
Okeecho-l : t
bee was the guest of The Wednesday afternoon I .

Sunday.Mrs. I club; met at the home of .' .t.A
Pafford this week. Tallies, 't' .t.t
..
H. L. Delaney of LaBelle vis- nents and decorations were Y't' I : ;" .'. ......................-. .;.
ited Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Turner Sun- .' '. )1-." .
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.tOo
out .
md: green carrying a ..
day. .:.' Ay
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heme.; A

Mrs. O. F.: Schiffli and sons, High score prize, a. pitcher I AI Ai

Nicky, Dick and Johnnie, were Sat- glasses; was won by Mrs. W. I :i:
in West Palm Beach. lier: consolation prize, an :i: I
shoppers ,
urday red picture to Mrs. iOentothe t P U bl'i]

Mrs. Maude S. Hare, Leroy and len and cut, an embroidered I is. i iy
ler, to Mrs. H. R. Hall. I
Dorothy Hare spent Saturday in I
West Palm Beach. \ Each member brought a \ t.t.
nas gift, which were y ..
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A
H. T. Vaughn and ter playing. A congealed
Mr. and Mrs. y
andwiches and cake was I .. .. .t.
Mrs. W. P.. Vaughn, sr., were .'. .!.
urday visitors in West Palm sat-// Mrs. Pafford to Mrs. ..}. ........ .. \ 't..
Hall Mrs. T. '
Bowden, Mrs. ,
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( 'Mrs. M. E. Yenawine, herwood"c> :;:
I H. S. Gove, of Belle Glade, district ley, :: L. .
.:; ;
I WPA supervisor was' a busi- ,W. Ezelle, Mrs. G. B. :}
Irs.. D. G. Alston. Moderate Green Fees :;:
ness visitor here Monday. ; :;:

3 Mrs. Claude Downs, Mrs. Fred EVE 'XG BRIDGE CLUB :i= Exceptional Fairways :.i iy .=
JHRISTMAS PARTY AT '
Hill and Mrs. W. C. Owen returned :!:
Greens
Sunday from a visit of several daysin :;: Interesting
Miami.Mr. The Evening Bridge A.
Vednesday evening for its j

Smith Barbara las party at the home of .
and Mrs. Glen ,

and Richuad Mary were Ellen Saturday Smith and visitors Leah in Deluded C. Wilson.a Christmas The house tree, on l yII"..........................................................................................................................................................-.!'.-...................-.

West Palm Beach. each member placed an
gift[ when arriving. At the con t:: -t-t-t< J J t: J.e; !C .cJ.:( t-tt:
Mrs. P. G. White has arrived from of play, the gifts were ; e !( -t !( .ct:(;
; : :J -tS S ?SS'S* :
Jacksonville to join Mr. White for A pair of vases was 1!
the season. They have taken the Irs. Roy Alston ,for high
Ezelle apartment.Mrs. nother vase to Mrs. T. B. fi
for low score. Mrs. R. C. /rI/tJ

E. M. Cornette, Mrs. R. N. ron a chef card holder as Is A Gift For i;

Smith, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. A. Fruit cake and coffee ;, : .:.',' ....' ,... .' ';'iI 0' f'I
R. Broadfoot and Billy Broadfootwere ed by Mrs. Wilson to Mrs. : : :

Tuesday visitors in Fort My- ton H. ,H.Mrs.Turner Nowling, Mrs., Mrs.Joe I ; : : : Purse A n d:2; ; !I

-ers. : : ,
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rand 't f>' ,
Irs. C. E. Nail Mrs. fi,
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Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Crochet, Mr. Jruze. ,
fi l"o
and Mrs. Ralph Bishop and Mr. and i Person
Mrs. G. L. Royal attended the Flor- School Children Every ..' 'r"g: jq
Miami : .,, I;
ida-Miami football game in ,''. {Hit
Friday night. 'resent Program : <. I
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_'r---" : : ; \ : : ::> ; ; AtThe ."

Mrs. J. H. Seymour of Chicago, i ., ''
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Mrs.\A.\ Z. Oberhans of LaBelle and The school's Christmas ; '" Iul Pi
Mrs. W. C. Nelson of Moore Haven The Lost Doll", a lovely !

were guests. of Mrs. Carawan Nelson one act, will be presented
Thursday. onight.school children in the Supply Co. ii


Mrs. C. B. Baldwin has as her It is expected that a II
guests her mother and sister, Mrs. house will be present to '". P A

Walls and Miss Katherine Walls of of the most appreciated of : -te;; -;t SS J5 S K Z!2 -tt S-t ':-.r.:; !:5 -te:;J':: J<< o
Jacksonville. Mrs. Baldwin and Mrs. ren's entertainments.. R
Walls and Miss Walls spent Thurs- Taking part in the play

day in West Palm Beach. er.Christine Bell-the your Christmas problems for you. Our


Tracy Stone, who has been quiteill Mildred Marotti offer a great variety and enable you. to
in the Good Samaritan hospitalin daughter. a

West Palm Beach, is expected Nicky SchifflI-the gift. for each name on your list. IIIi
home this week-end to recuperate Billie Hooker-personal ;
here for a few weeks. His strengthis The selected chorus:

II improved after blood transfusions. Bobby Croy, Sarah Spires I DISPLAY OF TOYS,
He was visited over the weekendby Cooley, Audrey Hemple, TO SEE OUR .
his mother, Mrs. Viola Stone and son, Doris Simmons, Billy i
his sisters, Miss :Mae Lily Stone, Mrs. James Ricks, Mary Ruth IN YEARS. i

W. C. Hooker and .MrsT Foy Dur- Ruth Emrich, Mary Nell g
rence. Gene Mills, jr., Virginia

I Marion DeLozier,
l
: 1, Students who are returning to Young, Mary Ellen Smith,
l' spend the holidays with their par- line Bledsoe, Charles 0 C
; ents in Clewiston include Misses Hemple, Margie Allen, i ton S uppiy o. i

I Betty Spicer, Ruth Knight, and Helen Leod. .
Cate from the Florida State Col- Bears: Father hear- I!
lege for Women In Tallahassee, Ed Kerce, Mother bear, Evelyn .' : :' : -'- FLORIDA
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Beards- Wee bear, Bub Mills.GoldilocksMauryine. :, .
Clark, Coburn Moore, J. W. | .
ley, Richard Bestor, and Bob Pat- BD
terson from the University of Flor- Peppermint Canes: i

ida, and George Bestor from Georgia Leonard Moore, Bobby sar rarhrar 9r: 9ta t lr r]h- slt9 r thr 3tarErlr3f t2i Jt rh t r lit> Jt JtJt: :iFIt1DAY
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School of Technology in Atlanta. ard Hanna, Edward Ricks, $ r t i.'t rDtr3rar 7rlm' t i
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1937

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frank Merl'iwell_. GilberYpauen Lot thfl WQQhJ---


The Original ONE of the most refreshful tast-

ing, and attractive looking
BURT L. STANDISH salads is that of cranberry jelly

at Pardale. and waldorf salad. It is effectiveto

I 0 Gilbert Patten use for a buffet supper and

WNU Service blends well with any meat, fowlor
casserole dish.

1 can cranberry 1 cup sliced
jelly celery
2 apples MayonnaiseIf
.. CHAPTER VI-Continued I stay put long enough for Bart to could hear voices calling to him to. tonight I'm going to get into it my- the apple has lovely red skin
-10- land ,a punch. stand up and take it. And then self," he declared. "Cut it out and leave it on; cut apple into pieces.

r;,. '. "There's a little grudge to be set- Justice had to do some pretty they began to boo him. And he had keep your lips buttoned up about it. Combine the apple with the celery
." 'tIed," said the Chief Executioner, footwork himself to keep from get- boasted to one of them of what he If Dean Graves ever' hears any- and blend with mayonnaise. Ar-

". ,."and we don't let chickens of that' ting tangled up with them. would do to Merriwell if he ever thing-" range on chop platter, with piecesof
sort go to roost around this neck of The masked boys began to laugh got a chance like' this. "You'll be in the soup yourself," jelly around it.MARJORIE.

:.the; woods. Here are your mittens, again. "Why, it's a sprint," said Then he faltered for a single in- said Bascomb, "and you're Old H. BLACK.

0 erriwell. Hold out your dainty one of them. "I came to see a stant-and a snapping blow in the Gravy's little darling. So take your
hands and let them be slipped on." scrap." face stung him like the crack of a two freshmen pets and warn them

"Wait a moment, me lad," inter- "Wait a bit," suggested Mulloy. whip. After that he was like a not to get loose lipped, in case CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

posed Mulloy, who had felt a swift "Frankie's just letting' you see how lashed tiger, snarling as it leaped they may feel like doing a little

thrill; of joy when he sensed what fast the lad can run. It's the best and clawed. bragging."
'was going.to take place. "How do thing Hodge does." I There was a flash of light like a His desire to hush it up was nat-

we know,the other pair's not loaded Then there was an abrupt change. million exploding stars ural enough. Ridicule was about
with railroad iron?" Quick as quicksilver, Merriwellcame Somebody was talking to him. the only thing that got under his

He was permitted to inspect both flashing in as his enemy Somebody 'was saying, "Are you all thick skin, and he knew how the

pairs, Which he did carefully. slowed down a little, and loopedover right, Hodge?" story would.be relished and passed PAINTS ,'

"Um-m," he said, "they appear a swing to the jaw. It was He heard it as he came up out ofa along if it ever got afloat. Sell Roof Faint house paint and aluminum

okay, but they're four-ouncers, and almost a sleepmaker, but Hodge, black pit and ,a bright, gleaming "I'll do my own worrying," said Co.paint, 031-7, good Caldwell proposition.St., Youngstown Flanagan Bros.Ohio
that makes it no boxing match." reeling drunkenly, managed to keep Walter. '"You do yours."

"Who said anything about a box- his feet under' him. He was dazed Hodge was on his feet now, but

... ing match?" laughed the Chief Executioner for the moment, but to the surpriseof his legs were still weak under him Charlemagne's Clock

..: .?:: hoarsely. "It's going to bea everybody Frank made no at- and his head was giddy. Realizingat Charlemagne had a brass water-
'-. '.- fight to a finish." tempt to follow up. He waited, his last that it would have been clock, the dial of which was com-

"And I appoint myself referee," hands dropped at his sides, for the impossible for him to stand up to posed of twelve small doors rep-

said Justice."The bewildered fellow to recover. 1 Merriwell again if he had been resenting the division of the

heck you do!" shot back the "Get in there, Hodge!1" barkedthe ti given the chance, he let them remove hours.. Each door opened at the

Chief Executioner. "I'm runningthis Chief Executioner. "Get in the gloves from his hands. He hour it was intended to
there 'and bat him balmy!I" felt represent,
show. Back up and get out utterly broken. and ,the same number of little
Bart pulled himself out of it. He
from underfoot.
"Where are my clothes?" he balls came rolling out and fell, one
But Justice stepped close to him saw red now. Like a tiger, he- asked. "I've got to get out of here.I by one, at equal distances of time,
and whispered something into his charged again. "
need air. brass drum.
on a The hour mightbe
ear that.brought about a surprising And now Merriwell met him,
Again Merriwell was touched by told by the eye, by the numberof
change in his attitude. "Oh, well," crouching a little. He parried and
that strange sympathy for the fellow doors that were open, and by
he said, "now that's different. But blocked a storm of blows. Then, '
which he had felt in Snodd'sgrove the ear by counting the numberof
we haven't time to burn, and it's with Hodge off balance, he let g'o when Bart came back after balls that fell on the brass
got to be one round to a decision." the one-two for a double count.
running away from Tad Jones' dog. drum. At twelve o'clock, twelve
fell into clinch and held
"Do you agree to that, Merri- Hodge a It was something Frank did not understand miniature horsemen issued forth

well?" asked Justice. himself. He opened his it the time
on."Break I same and marching
"I'll let Hodge settle.. the point," cried the referee, jump- lips to speak, though he didn't know I round the dial, shut' all the doors.
answered Frank. ing to separate them.
what he could say.
"Aw, come on and let's go Just as they were pulled apart, : I
But Bascomb took Hodge by the '
Bart struck low with savage fury. .
through with it, said Bart impatiently 4
arm and led him .
"It's none of my doing, Frank sank to the floor, his face away.CHAPTER g tkd
but I prefer it short and snappy." twisted with pain. r

"The innocent little lamb!I" said "He's down!" cried the Chief Ex VII

Barney. "Wasn't it a shame to ecutioner. "Count him out, referee LJJDEN'SIMenthol

drag him out of his nice; ,warm bed, !" hr%;,$3 is; The days began to slide by like
all unsuspecting and unprepared I But Justice thrust Hodge back. roller coasters. -

Me tender heart bleeds for him." "You struck low in the break- r They were full days for Frank Cough Drops 50

Hodge barked: "Your nose'll away," he \said. "It's all o"er and ryaRr. and Barney, who, heeding the ad- -,
bleed someday if you keep shooting you lose." vice of Dean Graves and Walter'

your 'r 1outh-'off; Irish" "Wait! It's' not all over!" His "Drop You're Into Dressed My, Office Merriwell.Alter" .Burrage, had slipped easily into the

"Now he's boiling," Mulloy whis- face still twisted in a grimace of routine of the ,school. They were "

pered to Frank, "and that'll make pain, Merriwell had lifted himselfon flower opened as he rose. The methodical in devoting the alloted .soothe a

him an easy set-up. Sail into him to one knee. He was getting up. gleaming flower was the light that hours to classes and studies, and raw throat inslantly."

and knock him bow-legged." "This was to go to a finish and I'm flooded the interior of the boathouse.He this regularity and concentrationset
'. The gloves had been fastened securely not finished." was stretched on the floor. The them free, without worry, for

on Merriwell's hands, and other things.It .
Indignation had choked Barney fellow who had asked him if he

Hodge was ready also. Mulloy dumb, but now he could was all right was kneeling at his was easier for Frank to get We Are FavoredIf
The referee had a few words to side and bending over him. Dark past the dull spots in the curricu-
speak again. "Atta old kid, Frank!I" you count up the sunny ,and
say before letting them go to it. he cried. "He done forms in the background looked lum, for he had learned the trick of cloudy days in complete
you wrong, now a year,
He warned them against foul blows like creatures from the black pit making things seem easy by facing
pass him the cookies. Quit being you willfind that the fine day. has
and stated that he would make
soft. Go after that dirty bird and he had just been lifted out of. them without shrinking or delay. come more often.-Ovid.
them break whenever either one got lay him in the shamrocks." "What-what's the matter?" he "Quicker done sooner mended" wasa
to holding on to save himself. And asked thickly, huskily. maxim his Uncle Asher had planted -
he warned the masked spectators Frank's failure to follow up his "I'm sorry," said another voice well in his mind. It was one of
'to keep back and be careful not to first staggering blow had given his "but I had to do it." the'old saws that'wise guys laughedat For Chest Colds

interfere 'in any way. enemy time to recover. As soon as That was Merriwell! Still nakedto ; wise guys who were not halfas
cold in chest throat
he could shake the bees out of his Distressing or ,
"This is going to be
absolutely on the waist, he stood looking downat wise as they thought they were. never safe to neglect, generally eases
hair Hodge had realized that the fellow -
he: level. he declared. "If either
Bart. There was no mark on when soothing warming Mus-
he hated could lay one on with ,Frank was brimming over with up ,
his face and the gloves of life which is terole is applied.
were gone the joy the natural
the driving force of a mule's hind
Better than mustard plaster
from his hands. of a ,
heritage healthy youth. The
leg. Realizing also that Merriwell's way Musterole gets action because it's
"He-I-let me up," said Hodge. he had figured it out, a sour fellow
aversion brawls and
to fighting was NOT just a salve. It's a counter-
no proof that he was either afraid or "Let me get at him!" was sick, physically or mentally. rrifant"-stimulating, penetrating,

unable to take care of himself in a "But it's all over," said the kneel- That, perhaps, was the secret of and helpful in drawing out local con-

scrap, Bart had felt a surge of min- ing referee. "He handed it to you his odd moments of sympathy for gestion and pain.

I gled fear and fury. He had gone and I counted you out." Hodge. Used by millions for doctors 30 years.and
berserk. "You-you counted me out? But Bart was an up-and-downer, either Recommended by many
In three
nurses. All druggists'
Slowly Frank straightened up. A I'm not out! I'm all right! Get riding high or floundering in strengths: Regular Strength, Chil-
ditch. There didn't'
the to be
strange expression came into his out of my way and 1'11--" seem dren's (mild), and Extra Strong. Approved -
face and chased away the grimaceof "You were listening to the birdiesfor any level spots for him. Exciting by Good Housekeeping.
going, perhaps, but pretty bumpy.
more than two minutes.
pain. He was laughing! But it
i: was not the false laugh of a fellow Hodge had raised himself to a sit- Rooming with Merriwell. and Mul-

.. trying to bluff or hide lack of confi- ting position. "He never touchedme loy was just about the toughest thinghe SMALL 60e SIZE c,. 1E11S: LARGE S1.20 SIZE r
;;-' had bumped into too. ,
': dence. Behind it there was the icy I-I slipped and fell. Especiallyso
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coolness of something well in hand "Just the same as if you'd met a after Walter Burrage had
) and very dangerous. ten-ton truck in a head-on collision.Get gummed the works which had beenso
well oiled by Hugh Bascomb.
"Turn him loose Justice he it through your nut that you
QRA"'O
The set-up had been Bascomb's,
( said. "Let's get through with this were knocked out.
Blessed Relief
not Hodge's; but Bart had fallen Brings
"Well-well who
-, rotten business." are you? You
'' into line full of confidence that he from aches and pains of
butted into this.
asked
"It's okay with me if that's the Nobody
could do a neat job with Frank RHEUMATISMr
> way you feel about," said the ref- you. without having to pull anything
With a sweeping movement he and LUMBAGO '
eree. "Let's go. His foul blow had not been bottl Sutler fIf.iI
shady. Try a Why
,>. batted off the mask worn by the _
Hodge did not try to rush Merri- fellow who had called himself Justice premeditated. It had been let loose : I4.ct.I.'m'J'tllcJI.i .] t _

f:: well now. On guard, he met him Then he gasped with surpriseas by unthinking rage, the most

i.. with a caution born of a dream- he saw he had exposed the face treacherous of masters. WNU-7 50-37

I<, dispelling experience. He knew, of Walter Burrage."Oh Grim and sullen, Hodge came and
now, that Frank was no such
a went. He spoke to Frank or Bar-
he breathed. "Why, it's
push-over he had imagined.
as He
when had
ney only he to, which was
( My3a! kept his head and waited for the you, is it? seldom. Not for long could he nest

.n' breaks, and now Bart was bent on Perhaps the only other person with those birds. He would 'find a o

+- "Do You Agree to That, fllerri- doing so himself. who was not equally surprised was way to fly, and he'd hop to it at Don't Neglect Them

'' well?" Asked Justice. But a great change had come over the Chief Executioner. "I had to the first chance. Nature designed the kidneys to do a
Merry. Now he was the one who let him be the referee, Hodge," he The school gymnasium was beau- marvelous job. Their task is to keep the
f.F of these lads makes a squeal afterwards pressed. With that deadly gleam of stated hastily. "He'd have blown flowing blood stream free of an excess of
tifully equipped, and Merriwell toxic impurities. The act of living-life
I. he'll show his color. Are you laughter lurking in his eyes, he fol- the. works if I hadn't. spent'some time there daily, keep- itself is constantly producing waste

ready?" lowed up swiftly and persistently, Frank laughed. "It's a great dis- ing himself fit. As a rule, he woundup the matter blood the if kidneys good health must is remove to endure.from
_. They were, and he gave them the giving his enemy no time to rest. appointment to the Grand Canyon," with a sprint on the running When the kidneys fail to function u
word to mix it. As if reading Bart's mind he said. "You might as well take Nature intended, there is retention of ..
he track and a plunge into the swim- waste that may cause body-wide dis- {
.{ Hodge came sailing in with a rush seemed to know just what he woulddo. your mask off too, Bascomb." ming pool. One day a compact, persistent tress. One headache may suffer,attacks nagging of backache dizziness, \\r'.

that Frank sidestepped, but Bart There was no getting away "Why, the dirty thimbleriggers! sturdy, quiet man with quick eyes getting up nights, swelling puffiness
followed up as if bent on making it from him. There was no drawing chuckled Barney Mulloy. "They'reboth spoke to him as he came, drip- under worn out.Frequent the. eyes-feel tired,nervous all

a short job. him off balance. Try as he might so low they'd have, to get on ping, out of the pool. scanty or burning passages
Both showed form. Neither was Hodge found himself always facinga stilts to look a cockroach in the "I'm Tom Kane, the football :may bladder be disturbance.The further evidence. of kidney or

green at this sort of thing. They foe who was set and ready for eye." coach," said the man. "Drop into recognized and:help treatment
Is diuretic medicine the kidneysget I
had been there before, more than action. It was just a bit uncanny.It Bascomb whirled on the Irish boy, my office after you're dressed, Mer- a rid of excess )
once. But the eagerness of Hodge became too much for Bart. but found himself facing Merriwell, riwell." Use, Dons Pills. They 0bvogidw::;
than forty of public approvtl.Are
increased as Merry continued to Something warned him that his who had slipped in between them. Well, it had comet! Barney had endorsed tha years country over. Insist on
elude him like a fading phantom, wind wouldn't last, that he wouldbe "He isn't warmed up," said Frank. told him he couldn't dodge it. So Doc,,',. Sold at all drug stores.171ffl.

'without attempting to return a blow ,worn down in 'time by a fellow "I am." he faced the music without hesitation -.

for the storm that missed him by who was waiting for just that very Burrage pushed them apart. "U as usual.

inches: The fellow just wouldn't thing to happen. Besides that, he there's any more scrapping (TO BE CONTINUED)




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By REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST, Ply charging days
Dean of the Moody Bible Instituteof unfold.) What's the Matter, Pop
Chicago. Father (looking at son's
Western Newspaper Union. reportDo )
FTy interest never you know that George Wash
,
Lesson for December 19 dies ington was at the head of his class .
when he was your age?

THE BIRTH OF JESUS I love this growingold. Son-Yes, but he was Presidentof
J the United States when he was

JW your, ,
LESSON TEXT-Luke 2820. age pop.
GOLDEN TEXT-For unto you Is born this [j.i'cM1
day In the city of David a Saviour which is Granite
Christ the Lord.-Luke 2:11.
PRIMARY TOPIC-When Jesus Came. "Then she isn't, exactly one of
JUNIOR TOPIC-When Jesus Came. Ay the sympathetic .sort?"
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC- OONT OPiNrw.
it's
fMtiS "Sympathetic Why, my
The Birth of Our Saviour.
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC- opinion that woman wasn't born;
God's Gift of a Saviour. r. WNU Service. she was quarried!"
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Few indeed the stories that
are HER VICTIM
will bear retelling or the books that Seeking Your WillYou

are worth re-reading. Rare is the are seeking your-own will.
song that we care to hear more than You are seeking".some"'good other
-
once. How significant then that we than the law you are bound to

come to the observance of Christ- i fverwnwawb':asa avA:,: ):ki ;r. n. '1G.i.Ji rn obey. But how long will you find
mas each year with hearts full of good? It is not a thing of choice. It

delight in the story of the birth of The,Fort at'Ciudad Trujillo. is a river that flows by the path of
Jesus, eager again to hear the ac- obedience. I say, again, man can-
,
count from God's Word, and to lis- Prepared by National Geographic Society. first time was when the old name of not choose his, duties. You may
ten with attentive souls for the Washington. D. C.-WNU Service. Hispaniola given to it by Columbus choose to forsake your duties, and
sound of the angel's song in the many islands in the 1 was restored. Previously the island ;-/ choose not to have the sorrow
Christmas music. NOT they bring. But will forth
have an interna- was termed either Haiti or you go ;
The birth of our Lord as the in- tional border. One of this Santo Domingo, which not only and what will you find? Sorrow F .
carnate Saviour of men is still front caused confusion outsidersbut without duty-bitter herbs, and no
among
select group is Hispaniola, the bread with "Madam, I am just out of the .
page, headline news, even in 1937. resentment between the two them.-George Eliot. and-"
The glad tidings of his coming still big West Indian island which is countries on the island. hospital"Don't, tell me such story as

color the thinking and living of a shared by the Haitian and the Nicaragua and Honduras.In National Prosperity that. You're the any man I gave a

world that has gone far from him, Dominican republics. Recentlythis 1936 the name of the ancient What constitutes national pros- piece \Of pie to not two weeks ago."

that lives today in hatred and en- obscure boundary came capital of the Dominican republic, perity? Not wealth or commerce "Yes'm, dat was just 'fore I
mity, even while outwardly recall- into the news as a scene of out- Santo Domingo, was changed to Ciu- simply, or military achievements, went to de hospital."
ing the coming of the One who was dad Trujillo in honor of the nation's but the greatest possible numberof
breaks in which Haitians were
,
to earth. We have
bring peace on president, Gen. Rafael Leonidas happy, noble and graceful Here and There
even gone so far that men feel that reported killed. The disorderswere Trujillo Molina.
homes, where'the purest flame Egyptian Guide-And the stones
the way to promote peace is to use said to have been causedby Threats of new trouble over the burns brightest on the altar of '
the sword. Until the Prince of cowered
heavy Haitian immigrationinto long-disputed boundary between Family Love, and Woman, with
Peace himself shall reign there Dominican border towns.Hispaniola's Nicaragua and Honduras have focused her piety, forbearance, and kind- American Tourist-Oh, isn't that
may be no other way. But let us attention again on these two liness of soul, is permitted to of- too bad. At home we're bothered.
be certain at this Christmas time border divides more
Central American countries
closely ficiate as High Priestess. by grasshoppers.
that the tender baby hand from the than governments. On one side of related to the United States econom-
cradle at Bethlehem has reachedour the line is the overcrowded, French- ically and historically.Each .

hearts and lives, bringing us speaking, predominantly negro republic no larger than the state of <,.i S.J'tof> kya;,,;'2'.x.a .;:.:.::>+.,:
peace with God and good will toward of Haiti, about the size of New York, and with populations respectively -
men Vermont. On the other side is the the size of Cleveland and

The first seven verses of our chap- Spanish-speaking and Caucasian- San Francisco, Honduras and Nic-
ter relate the coming of Mary with controlled Dominican republic, almost aragua occupy the widest part of,
Joseph to God's appointed place at twice the size of its neighbor.The the Central American isthmus and
his appointed time, for the entrance island was discovered by have many similarities.
into this world of the Son of God as Christopher Columbus on his first Bananas are the leading export "
the "Word" that "was made flesh to America and at,Cape Hait-
voyage
product of Honduras. Those raisedfoi few drops up > -rub on throat; .:
and dwelt among us" (John 1:14)). ien his flagship, Santa Maria, ,was export are grown chiefly on plan- r'i each nostril at ;- chest; and back '
Our lesson with the shipwrecked.
epens proclamation tations along the northern coast
of the blessed good news to the Course of Boundary Line. fronting, on the Caribbean sea, and ,., the first sneeze ; of; bedtime ._,.J

shepherds in the field. Although the 193-mile boundary extending inland 50 to 75 miles. Mil- ,
I. "Unto You Is Born a follows throughout much, of its lions of bunches of the yellow fruit '
Saviour" (vv. 8-14). length a lofty chain of mountains are produced in' this "banana- belt."

Christ was a great ,teacher, one ,which forms a natural wall, it cuts Coffee is the most important Fall details of tht Plan in each Vfcks Package

whom the common people heard the island into two very unequal export product of Nicaragua, and ,
gladly, "for he taught them as one parts. The Dominican republic is her prosperity rises and falls to a For a Happy Life Belief Necessary ,,
that had authority, and not as the almost twice as large as its neigh- large extent with the price that cof- Remember this-that very little :You have to believe in happi .'
scribes" (Mark 1:22). He was a bor, Haiti. Yet smaller Haiti has' fee brings. In the United States, is needed to make a happy life.ness or happiness never comes.- J
leader among men, and lived a life a population of about 3,000.000 as however, Nicaragua in recent years Marcus Aurelius. Douglas Malloch. i
which was an example beyond that compared to the Dominican repub-i has been best known for the canal
of any man. But mark it well, this lic's estimated 1400000. Haiti, in which has been proposed throughher 1
was not the central and essential fact, is one of the most densely peo- territory as an auxiliary to the
purpose of,his coming. He came as pled nations in the world, having Panama canal.If 5 >,
a Saviour. His mother was told before some 275 persons per square mile. the canal is built, its route
his birth that she should "call Beginning near the bay of Man- probably will be along the southern
his name JESUS: for he shall save zanillo, on the north, the border border of Nicaragua just north of 1 r
his people from their sins" (Matt. runs the gamut of nearly every typeof Costa Rica, following the course of
1:21). natural obstacle known to geog- the San Juan river from the At-
It is not enough to be among the raphers. At first it parallels the lantic to huge Lake Nicaragua,
countless thousands who superficially jungle-draped Copotillo river. Aft- then across the lake and throughthe
observe Christmas with greetingsand er a few miles the boundary takesto narrow strip of land that sep-
gifts. We must with the shep- the hills, tumbling like a roller arates the lake from the Pacific i iI
herds go and present ourselves in coaster over some of the highest ocean. -
personal devotion to him. If you peaks in the West Indies. In these Have Much in Common. ,
have not met the Lord Jesus as your mountains the frontier traverses a Both Honduras and Nicaraguahave I "":
own personal Saviour do it now. Andif region of pines, oaks, and other low -
damp
tropical regions
you know him, make this a Christ- temperate zone vegetation.Near along the coast, while the interior is t 0
mas in which Christ is supreme.II. Manneville it plunges into a made up of high mountains and

"Let Us Now Go and See" dry, desertlike trough, which, at plateaus with a cooler, more tem-
(vv. 15,, 16). nearby Lake Enriquillo is 150 feet perate climate. Gold and silver are
Their fear changed to assuranceby below sea level-one of the two such plentiful in the mountains of both
the words"of the angel, the shep- depressions in the Western Hem- countries but few mines now are
herds at once "go" and "see." isphere, the other being in California. worked. ,

..t7:.; Would that all those who heard to- The boundary between the two \C--
day did likewise. The .shepherds Continuing in a general southward countries follows the course of the
might well have found all mannerof direction the boundary next leaps Wanks or Segovia river from Cabo
excuses for not going. They over the rugged sierra de Bahoruco Gracias a Dios ("Cape Thanks to
had sheep to care for, they were more than a mile high along the God") on the Caribbean coast, far
not prepared for a journey. No, the southern coast of Hispaniola, and inland. Then it runs through the
urge was upon them "and they ,finally picks up another small trop- mountains of the interior to the
came with haste and found" ical stream, the Rio Pedernales. be- Rio Negro which it follows down to ,
Jesus.III. fore'it ends in the Caribbean. the Pacific. Disputes between Hon- I
"When They Had Seen Two Motor Roads Link Nations. duras and Nicaragua are not new. i
They Made Known" (vv. 17-20). No railroad crosses this frontier, The two nations have had several
Mary the mother of Jesus had but there are two motor roads. One disagreements over the boundary in
special reason to ponder these in the north, crosses the Rio Cop the past, and were at war in 1907,
things in her heart. But the shep- otillo at Dajabon. The other, about, 1897, 1884 and 1863. Internal disturbances -
herds "returned, glorifying and midway, pierces the mountain wall have caused United States
praising God for all that they had between the Haitian town of Las- marines to be landed in both coun-
heard and seen." cahobas and the Dominican villageof tries at various times.
"Let the redeemed of the Lord Las Matas. A narrow-gauge railway Lack of roads through the thick j-
say so" (Ps. 107:2)). When we have from Port-au-Prince, the Haitian jungles of the lowlands and the high

found the Lord Jesus we must not capital, reaches almost to the mountains of the interior, some of ,/y _
-per
simply rejoice in the satisfactionand border at Manneville, where an unimproved which reach 10,000 feet in Honduras,
peace that has come to our roadway connects with has kept both countries from fully :
own souls. We are saved to serve. Ciudad Trujillo, the capital of the developing their resources. Teguc-
The normal expression of the new Dominican republic. igalpa, capital of Honduras is the
i life in Christ is the proclamation of While the in
two nations on the island only capital Central America not
the gospel to the ends of the earth. present sharp social contrasts, reached by a railroad, but never-
Only in that spirit do we truly keep there is a great deal of similarity theless is an up-to-date city, for
t& Christmas! uj the scenery and the economic resources regular airplane service operates
To every one that sees these lines of each. Both raise sugar, between it and other Central Amer- s
-whether editor, typesetter, or tobacco, coffee and cacao (the ican centers.
proofreader-whether a reader in source of chocolate) for export. Managua, capital of Nicaragua,
I the midst of the clamor of the great Both have deposits of valuable almost
min- was completely destroyed bya
I /
city or in the quiet of a distant countryside erals, largely unexploited. The Do- disastrous earthquake in March, % yr

whether old or young, minican republic, however, has less 1931, but its people have returnedand
whether well or on a sickbed, whether rainfall for crops but more grazing a new city has risen rapidly
alone, far from family and land for cattle and greater timber from the ruins. Extinct vplcanoesare
friends, or in the bosom of your wealth, including mahogany, cedar. features of the skyline in the
family, the writer" of these lines lignum vitae and satinwood. mountainous interior of both coun-
I extends in the name of Christ most Twice, in recent years, this second tries, and Nicaragua has an active
I hearty good wish for a blessed I largest of West Indian islands volcano, Omotepe, forming an ISland Retell Prict, &i ptt quart. Qvaltr Statt Oil Refining CArpffll1 m. Oil City, Pa.
i Christmas made: news for map-makers. The in Lake Nicaragua.





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CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER: 17, 10371
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to make up the taxes that politically insidious method of indirect tax-

The Clewiston News operated and tax, subsidized utilities ation by relentlessly agitating for

have deprived them. lower utility rates. Thus the politicians -

era- Utility companies especially em- remain in the clear and the ;
published every Friday In Clewiston, s % t1 i.
l"lorldn- by the CLEWISTON NEWS, phasize their extreme tax burden : utilities are on the spot. How long""llllf-
Inc. not in spirit of complaint but primarily the politicians can continue to levy

-- to make the public realize that unfair and discriminating taxes

KEATHLEY BCW DEX, ;Editor It ultimately pays the bill. Utilities I against the utilities and then lay a

have no source to collect these taxes smokescreen to protect their own

matter other than from their customers hides by agitating for lower rates
Entered as second class mail
February 1, 1327 at the Post Office in Therefore, taxes fild their way into that they_ themselves prevent, de-
Clewistcn, Florida, under the Act or the rates charged the customers.It pends upon how soon the public will
:March 3, 1807.
is vitally important that utilities awaken to the true state of affairs.

keep tax facts before their cus- Utilities are put in the" position of
Subscription Kite $:.00 I'er Year. being tax collectors.
tomers or the politicians will su"- They are forcedto
Advertising Rates' On Application. ceed in entirely misrepresenting and collect from their customers the

hiding the tar: issue. For instance, taxes levied against them They

Devoted to the advancement and welfare when new taxes:: are needed the gen- serve merely as tax agents collectingfrom

of Clewiston and Hendry .County erally accepted political formula of those they serve and passingthe

n ; today is to tax the, utilities of other money on to various units of government -

'.:..:..:..:..:..: ..:,.:..:..:.,:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:". r lt corporations and then go to the pub- every cost of operation ina
lic and tell them that they are doing utility or any other business has

I XVt them a great service by soaking the to be reflected in the price chargedfor
RAMBLINGS
utilities for the necessary revenues service commodities, and taxesare

... ............ and not bv_ increasing__ ___ ____ direct tares a major item of expense.
.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:+:..:..:0(..) L on the voters.n Until the public The customers of investor ownetf

Use Christmas tions," Mr. Jones said. "The realizes that they ultimately the utilities have
Even with Christmas right uponus Seals on the back, pro- pay been made principal:

people must move, and Clewiston not the front, ,of your letters, pack gram of tuberculosis control financed tax bills not only of utility corpora- goats for vicious forms of hidden

is experiencing another of those ages and Christmas cards," says by the sale of Christmas Seals is tions but of all corporations this po- taxes. They will be exploited even'

moving times. The reason .is the Postmaster William D. Jones, of most worthwhile and I hope Florida i litical deception will continue and more in the future 'by this inequit-

completion of 12 new homes by the Jacksonville. postmasters' will find millions of ; the people will feel that they are be- able form of Indirect taxation unless

Clewiston Realty and Development Postmaster Jones, shown above, Christmas Seals used in the cam- ing spared additional tax burdens. they become tax conscious and awar

Corporation. They filled up right is explaining to Mrs. S. M. Copeland paign opening Thanksgiving Day." ,But the politicians are crafty. Al- of the fact that increased taxesutilities o, f

and then other people moved president of the Women's Auxiliary, "Tuberculosis work is one of the though they soak the utilities with are merely an Indirect way

away into the houses left vacant by those Florida Medical Association, how major objectives of the Women's increased taxes-these increases in of directly increasing their individual -

moves and still others move aroundto Christmas Seals should be used on Auxiliary to the Florida Medical large part preventing reductions in tax burdens.
Association and members are takingan rates-they avoid censure and fur- Robert H. Warren
improve their locations or find a i the thousands. letters and pack- in Dec. 1937
in the Christmas Seal' ther camouflage the truth about this
house that suits their needs better, ages between now and Christmas. active part "Public Service Magazine."

till,we scarcely know where our best "To put Christmas Seals on the Sale in, Florida. We hope every !I

friends may be located by this time. front of the letters and packages, Christmas Seal sent out will find its

The latest check-up reveals that not only confuses postal employees place on a letter or package this I

the new houses, are occupied by but is 'a violation of' postal regula- year," Mrs. Copeland said.

tlipciA families: Mfr.- _and___ _Mrs.____ Rov____ .

.Alston, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn,
TAXES COLLECTED HERE ([private citizens is dedicated to the
3r., Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Royer Mr.
public use one year out of every two.
and Mis. G. H. Bellamy, Mr. and
Taxation is a subject near and Taxes for the electrical industryas
Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez Mr. and Mm.
dear to all-"dear" in the Eastern a whole amount to about 80 % of
M. Meluh, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Mu-
.. use of the word meaning expensive. the amount paid in wages and sal-
trix, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Baldwin;
Utility customers are special prey aries to the. industry's 266,000 em-
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Crochet and
for new taxes. Under the guise of ployees.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Luke.
soaking the private companies, taxing -
Meanwhile, the R. J. Lees moved A large representative electric

into the house the Alston's vacated, authorities are reaching farther company in the Middle West reports:

'and the Schroeders are moving to and farther into'the pockets of usersof that it is the largest taxpayer in its

the apartment vacated by the Cro- utility service. The time has city. It pays approximately 8 % of

chets. :Mrs. P. G. White of Jackson- come for utility patrons to become the city's general property taxes and

ville, arrived to join Mr. White and extremely conscious of the fact that : 5 % of the city's school taxes. It pays

they are again in the Ezelle apart- every time their utility chosen as $13.85 in taxes per customer per

ment which the Meluh's vacated. a special goat for increased and ex- :rear and taxes amount to almost

Most of the other families in the tra taxi levies, every time 'the public'I 16% of grcss revenues. Taxes paid

new homes are from the Barracks, authorities need, increased revenues, I amount to almost 30 % of the com-
:
and their apartments, we under- they, the customers, are the ones pany's entire operating cost and exceed -

stand, will be transformed into ad- who foot the bill. the total cost of all fuel used

.-.. ",_ditional rooms to rent. Taxation of utilities in the elec- :. by the company in generating elec- : 1.V !

.-r...-' :Mr. ,and 'Mrs. I. S. Bell have purchased trical field 1 has increased entirely tricity. The tax 'bill is greater than
-f -- -'the- home :which the Perrys out of proportion, with industry's the company's payroll-the ,wages LV

recently vacated to move, into their Increase in investment and-income: and'-salaries of 'the. executives and '

own new home and the C. E. Mills In 1902 tax bodies took '$2,600,000from I employees. RELIEVE CONGESTDO'N

family is planning shortly after the the electric utilities. This was : Statisticians of this representative

first of the year to move into the 3.44% of their gross earnings of'' company have calculated that if its 'SPEED TRAfFiC

house they have just purchased from that year. In 1936 utilities paid tax- entire tax bill was applied to edu-

Ed Collins. es amounting to almost $273,000000 ,- cation, 13,333 students could' attend tBNCREAStE SAfETY

or 14% of their gross revenue. public schools each year at the 'com-

Although taxes are more than 100 amount of
The
the pany's expense. money -
Santa
Claus is just around 1TO community today can afford narrow congested roads
times as bleat today as in 1902, the paid in taxes for one year would, ,
;Corner, and will \\no doubt arrive ,,. and streets.
, in Clewiston as scheduled on December gross revenues have only increased construct 40 miles of first grade con-

24th. We understand he will about one fourth as much. crete highway or 1,200 miles of rural Today's swollen traffic clamors for "elbow room." The practical -

make a personal appearance for a I Yet in the face of this constantly I transmission lines to serve 2,400 .answer is to widen crowded roadways with concrete.
increasing tax bill, which of I I families. This I
short time at the Community Christmas particular company Restores normal speeds. Eliminates congestion. Provides

Tree in the park, and that he course the utilities must collect from I I paid 17 different types of taxes. ample room for passing. Saves countless hours. Increases

will be very very angry if young- their customers, electric rates have All utilities are proud to contribute safety. And wider roads boost business.
been reduced 70% since 1902., Technical -
to the maintenance of
sters are allowed to shoot off fire- government -
crackers in his immediate vicinity. improvements in the art of gen- educational facilities and all Whether you build new roads or widen old, be sure to demand -

Every year some of the little child- erating and distributing electrical important civic projects that are concrete-the safest and most economical pavementfor

ren are afraid to go up for their energy plus an increase in the supported by the taxes they pay. modern traffic.

gift because of the periodic explosions amount of service used by utility i I:Power companies are, without a ,,

of firecrackers. So, for the sake customers, and other refinements doubt, the only business concerns I

of the small folks to whom the eventis made possible this reduction in II which contribute money to con- Support Federal Route 19-A North
,
rates. Taxation is the one important .
excitement enough, please save struct and operate competition to
factor making up electric rates and South Transcontinental Highway"f
your firecrackers for a more distant themselves. Electric utilities are

location. The Legion expects a groupof that has increased rather than de among the nation's largest taxpayers through Central Florida. '
,
uniformed Boy Scouts, acting as creased. This is the one item over and contribute tax funds usedto ,
of the utilities : c _
which the
M. P.'s to take the lead in keeping, managements subsidize projects that are com- .

the firecrackers- away from Santo.:; have no control. If the same peting unfairly with the investor

and the little children. ingenuity and enterprise which made owned utilities. If these tax subsi- PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION
possible the reduction in .the electric
dized competitive projects succeedin
-
-- of Hurt Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. ''-'
rates prevailed in the chambers
the'tax bills by pri-
While the poincianas and' bongan- impaling paid
government possibly taxes would not A national organization to improve and extend the uses of
villeas1 are providing pleny of color vate utilities, the loss of the revenue_ 1
concrete through scientific research and field work.GLADES' .
have risen in the proportion that engineering
appropriate to the season we have they now pay will cause tax bodiesto _
they have and electric lales would 1
noted some odd shades of the latter I go scratching and scratching deep
not have risen in the proportion that
shrub in Clew'lston. There are many .
they have been. Taxes are the prin- .
.
of V the crimson variety, and to'our
I cipal obstacle today on the'road toward -
mind none are prettier, the royal further reductions in the rates .'K" MOTOR LINES'Dail
purple ones and several off shadesof
pink. Our attention lately was; I' utility companies charge their cus- Bus Schedule Between AVest Palm Beach and Fort Myers Effective Dec. 1st: 1937

,
called, however, to a rust-colored tomers. PASSENGERS & EXPRESSAGE
The average customer fails to
bloom, and it too is lovely. Fred
realize two things: First, the extentof
Henricksen has one climbing his West Round-Head Down East 01UHI-RemI Up
the tax burden carried by the util-
doorway, and there is a small one,
ities and, second, that all taxes. the Run Run nun Run Run Run HUll Run
also in bloom at the corner of the
utilities pay must be procured from_ No. 5 No' 1 No. 1 No. 3 STATIONS No. 4 No.- 2 No. 8 No 6
Administration building-to the
x their customers.A .
-right as you enter. Al\1 PM AM PM A1\1 PM P1 PM
few pertinent and understandable -

comparisons will give a vague 7:15 2:30 10:00 6:00 Iy ....... 1V. P. Beach _........ Ar 9:15 4:15 12:15_ 7:20
The Jones family will have P iov-
idea of the extent of utility: taation. 7:28 2:45 105 6:15 Lv -..___.. Sou. Pines ........ Lye 9:05 3:55 12:00 7:00
ous Christmas this year--just veiuB .
In one outstanding electric system, 7:39 3':00 10:30 6:30Lv .... ... Loxahatchie ........ Lye 8:50 3:40 11:45 6:50
here will be Christmas enough for '
for example, taxes amount to 15 % 8:0 3:25' 10:55 7:00 Lv _,.......... Azucar ............ Lve 8:05 3:00 11:20 6:30
them after their narrow escape from
of the dividends on the common 8:15 3:3J! 11:05 7:05 Lv .:.:.... Canal Point .._.-_.. Lye 8:00 2:55 11:15 6:25
the chilling waters of the nonrtooclean -
stock. In another system taxes 8.30 3:45 1'1:25 7c25 Lv .......... Pahokee .......... -Lve 7:55 2:40 11:05. G:10
Palm Beach canal. Otis Jones
equal 687 % of dividends :and: in an- 9:00 4:10 12:00 8:1)0 Lv........ Belle Glade ........ Lye 7:40 2:15 10:40 5:45
sounds like he is telling a well-'\lan- '
other 140%. This is general 9:05 4:15 '12:05 8:05: Lv .......... South Bay .......... Lve 7:25 1:50 10.:25 5:35
ned event, when he describes all the :
throughout the entire industry as 9:15 4:25t' 12:20 8:1i. Lv........ Lake Harbor ........ Lye 7:15 ..1:42 10:15 5:20.
circumstances. fortunate
They were
I taxes range from 60 % of drvidend 9:35 \. 4:45'' 12:35 8:30 AR .---..' CLEWISTON ...... Lye 7:00 1:30 19:00 5:050(
in many ways that night. If we ever
payments on up. 9:35 4:45 LV ...... CLEWISTON ...... Arr 9:45 5:05
plunge into a canal, we shan't expect -
The pr a couple of men with a boat to
company has reported that in 1936 10:25 5:25. Lv ............ Goodno ............ Lve 9:15 4:00
heave in sight, followed by a car
loaded : 54% of the net income of his company 10:40 5:40 .Lv ............. LaBelle ............ Lye 9:05 3:50
driving past our house and
fatalist 'I went for taxes. In reality this 10:50 6100 Lv ......_...... Alva .............. Lye 8:45 3:40
with blankets. We are :
it thus property, built with the savings of 11:00 6:05 Ly ..........:'... Olga .............. Lye S40 3:30
enough, if you wish to term I!
to believe that It just wasn't their 11:15 6:10: L' ........ Buckingham ........ Lye V 8:35 3:20

time to go, and that they have a have. The Christmas season Is a 11:69 6:30' Ar ...:.... FORT MYERS ........ L'tlO 8:00, 3:1)0

purpose in life, as indeed we all splendid time tQ realize It, AM PM 1'M1 PM AM V PM AM lTHE ):\

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.Itll( I' ,ASEC ME 7. A Quiz With Answers .r"

; Offering Information .; ;

OUR COMIC SECTIONSnoopie ANOTHER on Various SubJects.. .''''f' ,.


1. What are _the ,;freezing and 2. The United States of Brazil,
I boiling points of mercury?, which is 272,000 square miles
2. Which. is larger, the United larger.
States of Brazil or the United 3. The clans
or regiments to
I n I I 0 States of America? which their wearers belong.
3. What do the designs and colors t
of Scotch plaids indicate? 4. The first by telegraph was,
4. What were the first messages "What hath God wrought," and t

sent by telegraph and, telephone? by telephone, "Mr. Watson, please
5. Does the use of veneer on come here: I want you."

'/ furniture imply poor quality? 5. It does not. It is the only
Answers method by which the grain or figure '
r 1. Its freezing point is37.96 in some rare and beautiful
: degrees F., and' its boiling point, woods can be displayed to= advan
675 degrees F. 'I tage.
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I 6ETfirtGCHILLY I TIS t..r-r THAT(
THESE WlSHT5y COLDAtJD MERE$ AM! THIS WILL.H5L JI
I The SHOW ABOUT AK4 EXTRA COVER -
SOME EXTRA AT THE/ FOOT OF
COVERS Z THE BED
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I I F..'... 4 1 Making Over a Chair of the Ginger-Bread Era.HpO .

,I I Ie"" ; modernize the old walnut upholstery material was used for

f" ,, ,... .- chair at the right the, pieces the covering.
, ....l. .... under the arms were removed and Every 'Homemaker should havea
A. .' o. most of the carving covered up. copy of Mrs. Spears' new book -
i' : I moved entirely and replaced by. step-by-step' directions for making
.rT44H a fiber board which was coveredby slipcovers and dressing tables;
a loose cotton filled cushion restoring and upholstering chairs,
II IIAJD tufted like an old fashioned bed couches; making curtains for every -
comfort except that the tied I type of room and purpose.
thread ends of the tufting were I Making lampshades, rugs, ottomans -
E. left on the wrong side. I and other useful articles for
I the home. Readers wishing a
,This back. cushion was fastenedin
with that i copy should send name and ad-
place tapes slippedover
R WHAT IN THE \\
dress, enclosing 25 cents, to Mrs.
= So WILL WORLDYOU'D the knobs at the ends of the !
If the knobs to Spears, 210 South Desplaines St.,
TNI:S E -T14WK IT upper carving. I
H WAS COLD To hold the cushion had been lackingit Chicago, Illinois."WARMING".
LooK AT *u1'W I u... could have been tacked in place
along the top on the under, side
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by using a strip of heavy card- ACTION
r Cl / board to keep the tacks from pull- I
A ing through the fabric as shown EASES CHEST COLDTIGHTNESS .
here for tacking the box pleated -
I II ruffle around the seat as at A.
D .l A plain rust colored heavy cotton Ease the tightness'and pressureof

your chest cold tonight with the
S thorough counter-irritant and vaporizing -
action of Penetro, the only
ByOsborne Home Heating salve which has a base of old-
fi1 fashioned mutton suet together
= with 113% to 227% more medication
I HI-nts By John Barclay than any other nationally sold
i Healing Expert cold salve. Rub with stainless
I _(3-WNIT_ _ snow-white Penetro-both childrenand
adults. Large jar Penetro, 35c.
r HERE'S a little fault with the
.ep,. EF 01 MAY BE. So I FEAR VOL) NO-OI WURRK firing method of quite a few
COMFIDEMSHAL ARE LABoRINCSLINDER: TH' CHIEFUNDER home-owners that I should like to To Create I
BE 'Ir=z. MOT A At4 HELOOK sEZ correct. They have a mistaken If you would create somethingyou
FI MICKEY KlUfrGEST% DELUSION- OUT FeR. idea that when a fire is low, all must be something.-Goethe.
.WA TED FER.MAIL 'lE'Z.--
I Tri1 ROBB'RV" MAID? they have to do is to shake the
n grates vigorously and the fire will
vtY 1 flare up again. '
N.
.' Nothing could be further from 1 1
the fact. A shallow, halfburnedout -
N fire cannot be revived by shak-
ing most of the remaining coals
. /- into the ashpit. The simple way
: JWILL to revive it is to add a sprinklingof
fresh coal, giving it time to
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ignite. When .it is burning well,
: shake the grates gently, stopping
I when the first red glow shows in
; OF the ashpit.

Then refuel the fire, remembering -
: THE to fill' the firebox to the levelof Many doctors recommend Nujol
the bottom of the fire door. because of its gentle action on
Sez. BE SoY "I'LL GRANT yoil SEE THAT ?
i the bowels. Don't confuse Nujol
F To K This will provide a deep fire,
i fCOlKlDiy\ AS THE FAVOR BUT WHDT Do ,-Th with unknown products.
I SHTEP INTo TH' \ \I'M REALLY NOT SBZ SAy which is considerably, more eco-
Ir r! POSTOPFICE" 'rz' I STUCK ON THE: To THAT ? BAN nomical than a shallow one, for it INSIST ON GENUINE NUJOL
0 HERE WIT' ME I IDEA r- burns less coal and lasts a longer Copr.1937.sham Inc.
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I; FRAMED period of time. Also, it minimizesthe
I b WA HTEYQ attention you have to give a Sacred Abuse
; R''I shallow fire in trying to revive it. The older the abuse the more

sacred it is.-Voltaire.

C rII Millions to BillionsThere

: was paid to factory wage check
H E earners in America in 1869 the COLDSand
comparatively small total of $620- 6 6 6
By Ted II ll 467,474. Because of an increased FEVERfirst
I'' I 4 / demand created by advertising for .
h factory products the amount paidto JQUID,1ABLETS day
r O'Loughlin workers had grown to $11,620- :SALVE, NOSE DROPS Headache, 30 minutes.

973,254 in 1929. Try' :""JtwfcMyTlsiWorl'.Best linimentr
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'.. -- -' FnIDAY[ DECEMBER '17,. 1937
NEWS ;
TUB CLEWISTON
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== who Into contact .Masonic officers at some meetingin
,other :penjons come .
- available. 'I berculosis disease. with this: unknown or unrecognizedcase January.
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beds Is coughed -
Church I of The germ of tuberculosis The new officers follow:
tuberculosiscases
the State potential
St. Margaret's I The cost, as set by having the actual before
hospitilizatton is $2.75per I up by the person themselves. The tuberculin Worthy Matron, Mrs. Jewel 'Lawrence -
for
Florida with a positive '
CHRISTMAS 1037 disease A child of Clewiston.
This is to be paid one test in this way gives us a clue
-- day. tuberculin test has been in direct or Worthy Patron, I. E. Scott.
of I[ discoverthe
time
the to
in advance and at which must::; be followed
J. F.Vn Ish, Pastor month of a patient as it Is necessary -|i indirect contact with such a person. I germ spreader.The .Associate Matron, Miss Ulla Ja-
Christ-tlde. admission It is unusual for the disease to develop UDlrsen, Clewiston.
is Christmas- for the operation !I
This funds be available high school student has attained -
Prolonged -
or event. after casual contact. Jirssociate Patron, J. P. Moore.
season to
time month
It is not a of the institute from I conductive the age at which the breaking of the burr that states and intimate contact are :Secretary, Mrs Mollie Settle.
the further is' '
It is This statute of tuberculosis infection .
life makes around the month. will be to the disease. This type of con- treasurer, Mrs. Caroline Bales.
contact with of the cost of his health
Perhaps that burr is I that one-third the tact in the case of children is found greatest. Special care Conductress, Mrs. Esther Klutts.
hearts of men. county from which this crucial period.
the taken at
by be
borne must
hurt at school. Conductress, Mrs. Daisy
.Associate
Without it Life might which he is a either at home or
needful. of I
and
comes students who wish to participate
much. Once, at least, in every I patient residence is A" child is born free of the germ All yoder. '
too be broken, that legal resident. Legal tuberculosis is not inherited. The in athletic activltes, whether it be
year the burr must into I constituted by one continuous year as child under five gymnastics or football, should have
enter environment of a 1
the love of Christ may in a given county. The tuberculin test and
residence
of his preliminary
to :; a
becomes limited
the heart of is strictly "
Otherwise will be years ago
the heart. other two-thirds of the cost where X-Ray. The exertion necessary for
test
If he has a positive
home.
burr. Florida:
all a by the State of is a terrific strain upona l
borne
the could he have' pickEd these sports
Christmas when else but at home
So, this is set through the appropriation made by : body which may be using up all ,
into the world to up the germ? R.
Child comes the 1937 Legislature. its energy to repel a slowlyadvancing
.. and thetne I ;reserve
little Children. As the child ages his field of activity -
hearts ui ? ----- -- to the sani i- '
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heart of this old grey earth and amount of increases so that extra-famll-l
to sing torium with the proper It should ne customary for all :
Th :
hearts of men and women ial contact must be considered.. ; | '
clothing
that song which the angels taughtto clothing, the list of proper class room offers the greatest intimacy -\ school children to be tested upon y 1ts{ ; aa,, tIEMiNOLE
of the
stated on the back pa- school and col
the hills of Bethlehem: being Form outside of the home-a school I entrance to the high
blank, on
Glory to God in the Highest, tient's application to and mate the teacher, or some other lege. The ,medical examination of
All transportation cost 1 and all other school em-
On Earth, peace to men of good 37. must be borne school employee may be the germ teachers
from the sanitorium ployees who have intimate contact
will. carrier.
by the county.It with the children should include (
into ACKSONVILLE
comes breaking is essentially a fam- '
he Tuberculosis
Sometimes
must be remembered further in the tuberculin test and X-Ray. J
the heart on some stray recollec- die, it I ily disease. A school child showing a FLORIDA
the event any patient should The child of 'today is the fatherof
chance
Again a I tuberculin test is sufficient
of long ago. positive
tion Board of r
will be necessary for the tomorrow. We must maintain his GARNETT ANDREWSManeger
word gives him entrance. I for tuberculin testing andXRaying
,
dropped when County Commissioners to assume the reason health at a high level. This can he ENJOy SUMMER COMFORT at this. 11.a.
Some hearts he can only enter will responsibility for removal and care all the other members cf done and will be done if all groups modern, fireproof hotel in the heart of downtown
they are tired and nothing else that child's family in an effort to Jacksonville. Every room with tub and
This can
to them. To each, according to of the body after death. find the source of the infection. concerned unite in a common battle shower, tout water, ceding fan, radio, flatted
come having an under- the disease. \ .. Bed wild
But to all, either be done by against summer door. Every innerspringmattreti
He comes. found, the contact with the
Once
his own way the county in which the i and reading lamp. Running ice
He comes. Love, Christ, Christmas.. taker from for the body, I germ carrier must be J water on every door.
resided come
Merry Christmas. patient inform- ferably by isolation of brOken-pl'e-1 MRS. JEWEL LAWRENCE IS:' AIR CONDITIONED
superintendent COCKTAIL LOUNGE COFFEE SHOP
the
A cordial invitation is extendedthe or give procedure is desired so is by no means uncommon for the I WORTHY MATRON OF O. E. S. DINING AND MEETING ROOMSRatc..Single
what
at Clewiston and neigh- ation in or' germ carrier to be unaware of his' } < with Private Bath
public undertaker
to attend the he may notify an condition. Tuberculosis is a misleading (Moore Haven Democrat) 78 Rooms $2,00 80 Rooms S2,50
boring communities near Orlando. The care of the body 40 Rooms S3.00 24 Rooms S3.SO
High Mass at St. Margaret's Church, after death is the responsibility of disease to the extent that any The local Eastern Star lodge met' 10 Swnplt Roo.1.. Ptlv''' 8.tr> J400

Clewiston, at midnight Friday and Board of County Commissionersand individual may have it without last night in a short session and 1 .Slight' tnertaic lo double! oetuplncyOtk
the
sung by the adult and junior choirs not of the State Tuberculosis knowing it.. However, the possibilityof \ named new officers to serve during'the .. i B. POUND HOI.i.
appropriate Christmas hymns. a cure diminishes in proportion coming year. These officers will HOTIU TTE'" V HOTEL DCSOIO
with Board or the Sanitorium. 0_...T._ S..I.G.
Thel! second mass "Christmas day Very truly yours, I to the duration, of the ,dlseaste. Many be installed jointly with the new I ... T __ _v '"; _._ "i

will also be in Clewiston at 7:30 a. R. D. Thompson, M. D., _-. ..
third mass will ,be cel-
m. while the Supt. and Med. Dir.
ebrated at St. Mary's Church, _Pa- t '.

hokee, at 9 o'clock. Confessions, 1<'1'1-1 CHILD AND >
SCHOOL
THE
day evening from 7 to 8 and 11:
AvZyy '
to '11:45 at St. Margaret's Church. TUBERCULOSISBy : {t >

Members of the adult choir are I / A. J. Logic, M. D. Wed 0 nJ t want :4b ; :

Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. M. D. Mee- (Ed. Note) This is the last of a

han, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. G. A. series of 'three articles descriptiveof a.: \ -' ,'

Yon, Miss Mildred Ward, Miss Li- the work of the tuberculosis clin- fo' r u s h\y o, u :. "

vonia Congdon, Arthur E. Oliver, ic which will be held in Clewistonby (1.'H"\ :,;'.. :".,, ':,, .' I !
John Kettl, Kenneth Harris and officers of the 'state board of "' --

Sidney Hoover. health at an early date. The previous '

The Junior Choir is composed of Articles describing the examin- -O: ; :

Julianne and Nora Oglesby, Barbara ations, and this one discussing the fW : \: :

and Mary Ellen Smith, Walter E. treatment of a child, whose lungsare : B U T tttR ttatl ..1. 41>) '..-'' ,, .

Vaughn, Nicky Schiffli, Runelle found to be actually damaged ,:js4: : ''",1t.; \ ; 'to! , ,, ,
H'_ l' .qJ".. : -
and Sue Von I tuberculosis ) j X ,
McGehee, Margaret by the germ. ;: ':

Mach, Parmelia Bourne and Mamie I If the X-Ray shows evidence of :" _.,,

Johnson.. actual damage to the lungs-the j t J, ,."

Mrs. B. A. Bourne is director. child requires active treatment for 4 -, those last I minute i ,

tuberculosis-isolation is essential,

and measures to prevent the spread SYaY

War DepartmentContinued of the disease to others in the, house- shopping i days are

hold should be taken. '.'

( From Page 1) The question has often arisen as almost I here !
desire." I to; whether it is' better for a child to y.t.\ *"**';*. '

requested to communicate have a' negative test. In answer I i }
You are / '
the child 1 "
the foregoing to any persons would say that the younger ,: h ': : "
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known by you to be interested in with a positive test the, greater the -1

the improvement who, not being possibility of the development of tu- p1s

known to this office, do not receivea
Hatch's.
your eleventh hour shopping problems to ,
copy of this communication. BRING

r Earl I. Brown, J I find you may indulge in your. most generous im-

Colonel, Corps of Engi- without strain Christmas gift budget.
... neers, Division Engineer. pulses a on the

i FLORIDA Hatch's \stand ready to help you fill your Christmas list,


TUBERCULOSIS TO TAKE PATIEl\"TS"IN'SANITORIUM JAN even if you haven't STARTED yet! -. .L"- t. ,, ,
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W 1i- WRAPPING SERVICE
dy for occupancy the first part of gi1 .

January, 1938. Under the PWA set &QlI.1B -' Your gifts will be wrapped tissues and sealed.in true Christmas )

up 312 beds will be available. It will *. ". style, also securely wrapped for mailing if you wish. No charge. .' .
be impossible to admit 312 patientsto 1 -- made for store purchases.
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the sanitorium the first day, 'or i lltHu i t

even the first month, and give to 4E.

those patients the care, comfort, m U.. S. POST. OFFICE and RAILWAY EXPRESS + JA .a

food, etc., they will require and : ,
: Have sub-stations the second floor to take care of your mail- ,
should justly expect to receive. The > :,. on

patients will be called in at the rate \ ,away packages. ,,-

of approximately 30 per week a* :y s

that will be, about all for which the

medical'and nursing staffs can pro- 4 AIR EXPRESS '
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perly care. 0 makes it possible to send gifts a long way and get.there in timefor

It will be necessary also that an \ Christmas. Station on the second floor. '
allocation of beds be made because .

there are only 312 beds availableto ". '",
Stop at the
the entire state and there are a

large number of eases. now demanding y o. SHOPPING SERVICE

admission. The state tuberculosis fIomt Patricia 'y; If you can't come', in yourself phone or write to NANCY '

board agrees on allocation ac > '..-, NORRIS Hatch's Personal Shopper. She'll shop for you in

cording to the population of the "" for gift.
312 S. E. SECOND AVENUE any department any ._
counties'as the only just and proper ; :.., .
way for each county to be represented. I

Thus counties with large popu All Outside Rooms With SANTA CLAUS

lations will have the same, numberof : Private Bath : '
beds available on a per capita j-:9 y will be in TOY WORLD, Second Floor, every evening
every
basis as counties of lesser, popula COOL, CLEAN, QUIET 'j beginning Saturday. He's very anxious to see little boy ,-

tion. With a population of 1,606- Overlooking Biscayne Bay and girl.

842 according to the 1935 state cen-

sus and 312 available beds, this allo- Two blocks to ,Shops, Theatre and 0'

cation will be approximately one bed Business Section. 4.STORE HOURSFrom \. _" ';,';

to every 5,000 persons. A schedule now until Christmas the store will open at 9:00 A. M- and

of beds as allocated is enclosed for RATES ,
close at 9:00 P. M.
:your information. (Senate Bill 359,, J'-' ::

Acts of 1937.) $1.50 Single I
Where beds are allocated to a

given county and that county does $2.50 Double

not utilize all those beds and an- .
f
other, county has a patient but has Special Family, Weekly & $1tJ ;

absorbed its Allocation of beds, then Monthly RatesS.

the unused beds may be reallocatedto w D .
the county needing and deiirlng D. McCREARY Proprietor G9
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them. ,The State Tuberculosis Board _. -
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feel's] this 9 fair distribution! of