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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 16, 1938
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 13, NUMBER 1 CLEWISTON. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1988 SUBSCRIPTION $,:.00 PER YEAR

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1 Clewiston Telephone Co. Two Post-Season; Game. Moran Makes Address At


Here This Week-End


:' J Is Sold To I. T. and T. The Clewiston'-Tigers, playing on Hollywood C of C Meeting


"I. f a weight maximum of 145 pounds . . .
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I'1 FORT MYERS COMPANY WILL School 'Closes Today High team on the local field this t Three Negroes Killed IS ONE OF SEVEN NOTED
STATE
TAKE OVER SPEAKERS
EQUIPMENTHERE afternoon in what is expected to I ON
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, FIRST OF YEAR be a, real battle. The Canal Point FLORIDA RESOURCESJay
For Xmas
HolidaysThe When Car ,Hits Train
Juniors have badly beaten the
i Elsewhere in this issue of the Clewiston ,Juniors on two occasions W. Moran vice-president and
I News will be found a legal notice -'-- general manager of the United
Clewiston schools as well as and wanted a ,chance at the first! Two negro men and one woman
f of intention to dissolve the corporation team. States Sugar Corporation, >was one
those in the remainder of Hendry are dead, another man is critically
of the
of the Clewiston Telephone principal speakers at the
I On Saturday afternoon the foot-
injured and expected to die and
Company, and at the same time no- county will close today for the ball season will definitely end witha others ,seriously but not critically "Florida and the Nation's NumberOne

tice is publicly made of the sale Christmas vacation to convene post season game with the Ever- injured Saturday night when the Economic Problem" business

of the equipment of the Clewiston again on January 2. glades Gators. Not only have the car in which they were driving conference sponsored by the State

Telephone Company to the Inter- Teachers in the local school are Tigers and the Gators divided home to Ritta Plantation of the Chamber of Commerce at Hollywood .. -

I County Telephone and Telegraph leaving today and tomorrow for games in their: two meetings but United States Sugar Corporationfrom Beach last Monday.

Company of Fort Myers, the new the total points made shows a tie Belle Glade crashed into a ,Staged in connection with the

company to take over, the manage- their respective homes for the hol- of 52-52. So this game is expectedto Florida East Coast, freight train at 22nd annual meeting of the State

ment of the local service on January idays. Miss Inez Lammon left on 'be the thriller of the season and the South Bay crossing. The accident Chamber membership, Harold: Colee,

..1 1.The. i Wednesday for her home in Dothan, everyone. who can possibly do so occured about midnight.One president of the body, stated that

'building in which the telephone -I Ala., because of the critical illness I his" urged to be present.No of,, the negroes 'who survived the conference was designed 'to acquaInt -

I exchange is located was not of her grandfather. Coach and Mrs. season tickets will be ..honored told that they were watching the Floridians generally with

I sold in the deal but the' new own- I l Homer Wakefield plan to spend at at either ,of these games as both headlights of the train 'and thata the problems'fa ed by their State'

{ ers will lease space in the building least a portion of their holiday in are post-season affairs. :Proceeds boxcar had been shunted onto and the, South and the resources

and continue to operate the ex- Arcadia; Miss Evelyn Burhans goes from the games will go to buy the crossing and it was this, car and possibilities.

change at that point. So far as is to Umatilla, Miss Livonia Congdonto awards and basketball equipment. they struck. Other speakers included Mr.

known no change in management is Alva, Miss Carol Harris to Ar- The dead are: Bill Abraham, Jimmy Colee, Dr. A. Stuart Campbell, of

contemplated and Mrs. Maud Hare cadia, Miss Alice Steinholtz to Or- Williams and the wife of Na- Gainesville, John T. Burrows, of

will remain as the Clewiston man- lando, and Miss Mae Whitten to MAJ.-GEN. SCHLEY than Green. Nathan Green was New York Nathan Mayo, State Agricultural
'" Sarasota. Prof and Mrs. Herring, '
ager. critically injured and was not ex- Commissioner, Wilmon

The Inter-County Telephone' Com- Mrs. Anthony, Mrs. Baker and Mrs. pected to live. The other injuredwere Newell, of Gainesville, Walter w'

pany operates the exchanges in Fort Thomas will spend the greater partof CHIEF OF ARMY : Arthur Lee Gary, Roger Rose;'of Orlando, and' others. .

Myers, LaBelle and Moore Haven as their holidays in Clewiston., Johnson and James West. The full ''text of Mr. Moran's talk

well as in other West Coast com- "Sugar Production-It's Place In

munities and it is understood that ENGINEERS HEREMajor Florida's Prosperity" is given as

e they have handled most of the long- EIGHT-FOOT CHANNELIS COMMUNITY XMAS'TREE follows: \

distance calls from Clewiston in the

past.It. General, Julian L. Schley, I have been invited here todayto

is understood that simultaneously APPROVED BY U. of Washington! chief of army engi- PLANS ARE address you on the subject of

with the taking over of neers was in Clewis Wednesday "Sugar Production and Its Place in

J, the Clewiston lines, the Moore Hav- while making an inspection trip of.: Florida's Prosperity." I would be

en exchange will be done away S. DIVISION ENGINEER the Okeechobee-Caloosahatchee pro- MADE BY LEGIONPlans very happy indeed if today, Florida
l and while here the general and
ject
and telephones in that community I occupied its proper place' in the
' _"__ I his party were the guests of the Nation's
if
will be handled through an automatic sugar scene and ,sugar
I The Fort Myers News-Press in members of the Okeechobee Flood '
1 system with dial phones replacing I for the Community Christ- production today contributed to
those now in use. an article Monday morning stated Control Board at a luncheon at the mas tree in the park' here which is Florida's prosperity more abundantly. -

that; word had been received by Clewiston Inn. General Schley was sponsored jointly by the American i Unfortunately that ,is not the
them from the division office of the I his visit to Clew- -
accompanied on Legion and, the Garden Club, were case. ,
Crowd
Large Enjoys U. S. Engineers in Richmond that iston by his assistant, Col. Wm. A. made by the Legion post at its What Florida sugar production

further improvements to the cross- Snow, Division Engineer J. J. Bain ,
c : I regular meeting at the Inn Tuesday has meant to Florida's prosperity I!
Xmas' Program' At state waterway: had been'approvedto of Richmond, District. Engineer night ', ': -- ,
I,Ithus far "is but attraction of ,the .
provide a minimum eight-foot Lewis H. Watkins and his assistant, I
contribution'to
W. C. Owen is chairman of the tremendous the
School ThursdayOne channel across the state insteadof Capt. Chas. Mason, of Jacksonville. 'I
Christmas Tree 'committee and its State and Nation's economic welfare
the prevailing' six-foot channel. Senior Engineer Carawan Nelson,
planned to have'the tree lighted hat: Florida could make if the dead I

of the most interesting The report was made on are-I in charge of the Clewiston sub-of- up early next week and kept hand of limitation on the production i
fice also them their
,; Christmas programs ever present- quest for a ten-foot channel accompanied on lighted every night until Christmas of this basic, non-surplus,, food-
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Okeechobee Flood Control Board inspection.The and probably for several days after- stuff removed.
tti ed by the Clewiston school was were !
and others vitally interested but party arrived here about i ward. The distribution of
staged last night in the school auditorium presentsat There are presently employed,
the ten-foot channel was rejectedas noon, having come up from. Miami the tree by Santa Claus will bea
\: with the room packed to the during the harvest season, on' the
;, being too expensive and that that morning. Following luncheon this
little earlier than usual year,
overflowing with school patrons. sugar plantations and in the Sugar
the benefits to be derived would at the Inn 'a short visit was
I six o'clock on Saturday, December
I The play had been given earlierin Houses in the Florida Cane Sugar
not justify the cost. paid to the government residential 24 time. The
being set as the I
the day and every student urg- industry in excess of 4,500 men.
The eight-foot channel was recommended reservation and also to the ware- .
has the .cooperationof
ed to attend at that time in order legion asked The cane crop being harvested at I
as for the house and general offices on the
necessary senior high school students in
.. that more room would be afforded the present time will produce ap-
present traffic using the waterwayand reservation east of town, before
with the childrenand
the adults that evening. aiding younger proximately 75,000 ,tons of sugar
I
,I achiev-I a survey has been recommended boarding the government launch, ,
preventing the use of fireworks
Clever scenic effects were and a by-product of approximately
by the division engineer which Mayport, for the trip to Moore Hav-
I ed through the efforts of aChiev-1 during the program. 5,000,000 gallons of blackstrap
is expected to be authorized by en.
I ring and senior high boys, i The tree is a community affair molasses.The .
Congress. At Moore Haven General Schley
I the best being the convent scene ,with the legion acting as go-be- vast Florida Everglades,
j While the controlling depth of and Col. Snow joined their wives '
I for the last act of the play. The ween soliciting public subscriptions wherein is located the State's, prin-
the present waterway is only six aboard the division inspection cruiser -I
stage was done in black with a col-I for carrying on the work and assisting -. cipal operation, comprises an
feet the channels are actually much : Falcon, which had been brought"I, sugar
ored window. Girls dressed in white in every way possible. The of nearly' four and one-half
I II the lake to that area
I, deeper at most points than that, directly across ,
and holding candles sang several Garden Club has charge of the within its
million containing
i there the acres,
I I the only place at present where point. Spending the night
songs ,and the scenic effect was purchase of toys and the prepar- boundaries approximately two mil-
.i only six feet is provided being party continued aboard the cruiser -
beautiful. Other scenery 'arrange-' ation of packages. Each package lion acres of the most fertile landin
morning to Fort Myers
across the sill at the St. Lucie yesterday
ments for the other acts were al- contains a toy, candy, fruit, and the entire world. Only a meagre
locks. These locks are soon to be where they were entertained at a
f most of equal beauty and added dinner last nuts and every child is assured portion of this highly fertile landis
replaced with modern lock struc- Chamber of Commerce '
considerably to the program.Miss of receiving a package. Arrange- under form of cultivationat
I the boat there they any
tures similar to the Caloosahatchee. night. Leaving
Alice Steinholtz was in direct ments are being made this Christ- the present time. The greater
locks and very little work is expected will proceed by motor today to !
I charge of the program and her mas for six hundred packages for part of the cultivated area is de-
to provide the Tampa.
([ directional ability was clearly demonstrated eight-foot. Okeechobee Flood 450 white and 150 negro children. voted to the growing of winter veg
depth completely across the state. Members of the,
l in the smoothness with The ladies divide the children into etables.
: This eight-foot depth will, it is Control Board who were hosts at
: which each member of the large' age groups as well as possible for Many of you here today are, no
here Wednesday were:
said, provide sufficient.'. floatationfor the luncheon
did his her part. the distribution of toys. Mrs. R. with the
cast or craft drawing ten feet. Chairman Carl Hanton, of Fort My- doubt, well ,acquainted
The first scene was Santa's workshop H. Knight is chairman of the Garden ills that beset the winter vegetablegrower
4 More information concerning the ers, F. Deane Duff of Clewiston,
and the stage was disguisedto Club committee. in South Florida. He must
proposed plans for deepening the Russell G. Snow of Fort Lauder-
I make it appear that it was real- channel are expected to be an- dale, Carl Adams of Miami and Ben carry a heavy and iniquitious bur-

ly a workshop in every detail. The nounced this week when Major Gen- Herr, secretary of West, Palm McKenzie Low Bidder den in the form of free competition -
story revolved around the toys left with the peonage-produced pro-
eral J. L. Schley makes an inspection -I Beach.
by Santa on his rounds and of how ducts of certain foreign countries. '
\ trip of the. waterway. In a brief talk made at the On Road 26 ContractThe
. they were brought to life by Titana, luncheon General Schley discussed When Florida winter vegetables are

" the fairy queen. stated in season Cuba, for example, is per-
I war department policies and
As the fairy queen waved her Negro Is Murdered I that the army engineers, at the Atlantic Dredging and Con- mitted a preferential entry of her

" (Continued on page eight) I discretion of Congress, were now struction Company but better< knownin (Continued on page 8)

'.1 In Harlem Sunday' giving increased attention to the the lake section as the McKenzie

Famous Santa Editorial I needs of "recreational navigation"and Dredging Company was the low Legion Holds Regular

'. Eddie Stevens, colored sugar it is believed that this is a bidder on the final four mile section

Discussed By Kiwanians: house worker was, fatally stabbedin factor in the' favorable report giv- at the north end of Road 26 Meeting Tuesday Nitc.'
I the of the present when bids were opened by the State
lung by Will Mobley, an- en on deepening
Il" other negro, in an 'altercation in cross-state channel.Landscaping. Road Department last week. The '
I
I The Kiwanis Club at the regular Harlem Sunday morning. Stevenswas bid was $190,763.The There were only twelve membersof

I weekly meeting Wednesday) evening stabbed once with a switch- Is Nearly four mile section is between the Clewiston American Legion

\'I heard Rev. Forest C. Taylor read blade pocket knife and died beforehe South Bay and Okeelanta and the I Post present for the December

: and commented upon the famous editorial could be taken to the hospital.The U.S.E.D. 'contract 'calls for the providing ofa I meeting at the Inn Tuesday night

::1 written by Francis P. Church quarrel was said to have arisen Completed By detour for school buses and other I II but although the number was smalla

: in the New York Sun on September over a negro woman. I traffic should the road department j II considerable amount of businesswas

'1\I 21, 1897, "Yes, Virginia, There Is Deputy Sheriff I. S. Bell made Steel sheet piling Is being drivenas I decide to open the completed thirty transacted.S. .

a Santa Claut. the arrest and summoned Sheriff a bulkhead around the north miles to traffic. A. Graves, commander, was in

In response to a query from his H. L. DeLaney to take Mobley to and south sides of the slip located I This four mile section will complete ,charge of the meeting and introduced -

., daughter, Virginia, as to whether the county jail in LaBelle to await just north 'of the U. S. Engineer the new road grade into Fort Mr. Sawyer of Felda as a new

or not there is a Santa Claus the trial at the next term of circuit sub-office this week and within a I Lauderdale, the only additional member which brings the paid up

: father told her to write a letter I court. short time this will make a most work left to be done being the membership for the year to fifty-

to the Sun and ask them the I A coroner's jury was empannelled attractive docking place for pleasure section which runs from Twenty- five, eight more than last year.

: question. In response to the little 5 by Justice of the Peace G. Small and freight boats. II Mile bend into Miami. It is consid- The larger part of the meeting

girl's letter Editor Church answered soon after the killing. The mem- Jas. L. Lofton, in charge of the ered probable that the Fort Lauderdale time was devoted to plans for

f'4'h i editorially. Virginia's letter and the bers were Peter Chagaris, R. G. work, states that the end of, the route will be used for sometime the community Christmas tree

editorial response are re-printed i George, S. H. Cox, J. K. Weaver, slip at the east will probably be I I however, before the Miami which the Legion sponsors jointly

(Continued on page 8) IT. C. Musgrove and I. S. .Bell. Continued on page four) leg of the "Y" is, completed? ; with the Garden Club.



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/ Italy Follows Hitler Technique UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL GOUSfHOLD

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e Science divides insomnia To Trounce. Weakened France SUNDAY Lesson


into ,three types; suggests Stored Linoleum.-To preveru
By Joseph W. La Bine dy f'I Al1IJI.1".II"UlollJ 1:1': u U. linoleum from 'cracking after it
to induce sleep. Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof
ways Chicago has been rolled and stored away,
15 Western Ncwwoapet Union place it before the fire for a few

;"-By Dr. James W. Barton EDITOR'S NOTE-When opinions are small amount of new financing now hours and let it, get thoroughly
expressed in these columns they are those being done.
is always some- ol the news analyst and not necessarilyof Lesson tor December 18 warmed before unrolling it.
THERE the newspaper. C *
when an. in- BusinessUntil '
wrong
CHRIST'S When Washing White Silk.-Add
NEW
dividual, .cannot sleep. The FranceIn this year, depressionriddenU. COMMANDMENTLESSON a little milk, to the 'rinsing water.

cause is either physical or S. did not bother to ask why thenation's This will help prevent discoloration. -
I'EX'l-Matthew 4:43-48 22:3440
"Mein
his widely quoted : -
mental. There' are the three economic cylinders had ; John 13:34, 35: 15.12-14 .
Kampf, Adolf Hitler avers that grown rusty. Government and business GOLDEN TEXT-A new commandment i .* *
types of insomnia or sleeplessness once a nation shows signs of weak- give unto you. That ye love one another: as
alike were more interested in Worn Casters. Inspect
Replace
I have loved you that also love -
ye one
(a) delayed sleep ening, its ,enemies' should seize the oiling''the machinery than in replac- another.-John 13:34 the casters on your furniture.

where there is difficulty get- opportunity to press every demand. ing or adjusting misfit cogs. More- They may be tearing holes in your
This has followed that 'policy -
ting off to sleep, (b) "light"sleep year he over, both worked from different directions Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se rugs because they are broken or
Czecho
successfully in Austria, lected and copyrighted' by International
where the patient falls slovakia, Great Britain and France. : government thought the Council of Religious Education: used by worn.
cure rested in greater U. S. regula- permission. -
off when he lies Now his Fascist cohort Italy is t
to sleep us-
tion business it rested in
; thought The heart ol all moraJ law is
down at, night but wakes dur- ing the same tactics' against France. less regulation. Not until last year, found in the Ten Commandments, Quaint CrossStitchPincushions

the usually 2 to 3 First French capitulation to Italy when an unexpected recession but the '
ing night, was the recent 'recognition of Mus- very heart of the command- for Gifts .
o'clock; and .(c) "curtailed"or solini's conquest in Ethiopia. This slapped convalescing industry in the ments is the "new commandment"of '
face, did both government and busi- Christ, that we love God with our
shortened of
period sleep followed French in-
was closely by
ness decide it was time to face the whole being and love our neighborsas By RUTH,WYETH SPEARS
that is ,awakening during the early ternal strife, when the radical Popu-
problem with less bias and
moreobjectivity.
ourselves For that
if have
lar defeat Pre- we THE Town Improvement asso-
Front
to
morning hours and "being unable to I attempted
the end of 1938 this
By
perfect devotion to God ,we shall sale to
mier Edouard Daladier's drastic was giving a
reform -
.
go to sleep again.In
In the midst of this new attitude is finding expression at keep His commandments (John 15: raise funds in a village where we
the treatment.of insomnia, Dr. program. Washington and on the U. S. busi- 9
turmoil it for 10). and shall show our love' to were visiting. Our hostess had
Henry Cohen, Liverpool, in the Practitioner I was strategic Italy'sFRANCE'S ness front, though mutual agreement -
of
our neighbors by positive acts been to the sale early in the day &
London, says: is still far from realization. interest and devotion, as well as by and triumphantly displayed tiny 17

"All physical or mental discomforts tiny, i&c 4'Y'' Washington: Government's efforts refraining from falsehood violenceand cross-stitched pincushions pur-

disturbances in the home or currently center around the $500,000 impurity.The chased for Christmas gifts. They

neighborhood, all infections temporary national economic com- message of our lesson todayIs were so colorful and quaint that

with their mittee, which has just opened a two- one which 'will strike home'to the we went in search of some. We

poisons must be year hearing under Wyoming's Sen. hearts of honest and earnest men found them, but on'every one was

remedied. A com- Joseph C. O'Mahoney. Though busi- and women. When we stand in the :pinned a ticket "SOLD"!

fortable bed"equabletemperature ness has feared the quiz will degenerate revealing light of God's Holy Wordwe The top of the cushion shoulde

regu- .l into a "witch hunt" and cry out for forgiveness for the made on tapestry canvas or
lation of habits, re anti-monopoly drive (since the justice manner in which we have failed

laxation body and department's trust buster, Thur- truly to represent our Lord in the

mind, with a frank man Arnold, is a committee mem- world and in prayer for grace to 1 BLACK t 2 1
ber) Mr. O'Mahoney has given assurances RED
discussion of anxie- live as we should. Let no unbeliever -

ties may be suf- that his group. seeks only who reads these words use themas BRIGHT BLUE c a 3 2

ficient. If this is not "economic facts." a basis for criticism of his Christian

"'-:*%:.';;.2'UBBI sufficient it may be 1'1 "Facts" presented thus far, by neighbor; but let him considerhis 1 I 1 2 1

Dr. Barton necessary to use oth- the labor department's Dr. Isador own need of the regeneratingand CROSS-STITCH'SQUARES ON
Lubin and one-time WPA Economist
er methods. enabling grace of God. ROUNDTHREAD Va'
"Drugs are valuable if, used intel- Leon Henderson, purported merelyto Our outline for today we borrow {fop ART LINEN WITH
arise however give a background but ended with A HARD TWISTNEEDLEPOINT
ligently. Dangers with thanks from Points for Em- .
because of forming the 'drug habitor AFRICAN TUNISIAOne expressions of opinion which failedto phasis, by Dr. Hight C.. Moore It YARNBACKING

because the drugs depressthe harmonize.Dr. the truth that it
may concession invites another. so aptly presents -' OP
vital functions or actually poison Lubin's report: That the 1929- merits our study. h BRIGHT BLUE
chamber of deputies to launch a 38 the S. VELVET
some organs. depression cost U. $113- I. Standard of the New Command
tumultous; campaign for three in national income
000,000,000 plus
Massage Often Helpful. ment (Matt. 5:43-48)),
French possessions which Mussolini in
$119,000,000,000 wages, $20,000-
"Love enemies" (v. 44), thatis
"Physio-therapy-massage, elec- covets: the African territory of Tunisia 000,000 in stockholder dividends, your round thread art linen so that the
tricity, baths-is often useful. With the island of Corsica and the $38,000,000,000 in farm income and the standard which Christ has threads may be counted easily in
mild with established for His followers. While
insomnia especially anxi-
Franco-Italian border city of Nice. 43,435,000 in man hours of work. making the cross-stitches. This
ety, soothing massage to the head the love one has for the brethrenis foundation material
should be
Later came a rebirth of demandsfor Though industry can be stepped up
and neck will often induce sleep. without doubt a more intimate
marked off in 1-inch
French-owned Djibouti, which to meet consumer demand, it is squares as
Lukewarm baths of 20 minutes followed relationship than the love one may
shown in the
would diagram at the upper
outlet.France's
give Ethiopia an ocean more important to improve the
by a warm drink induces a have for an, enemy we must not
right. The
numbers indicate the
has been firm
answer a standard of living, since U. S. popu-
seek to minimize the real love we
relaxation, which promotes sleep. negative, but this can hardly be lation is reaching a stationary stage. color'used for cross-stitching: each
for those who
should have
Often the awakening at 2 to 3 construed as final. There is every Durable goods industries should be even square. The velvet used,for back-
a. m. is due to eating too much foodor indication that the Djibouti claim stimulated to boast the average in- curse and revile us. It is to moveus ing adds the richness that all

too much starch and fat food at will be granted, since France was come by $750 per year. so deeply that we not only treat small gifts should have. Sawdustor

the evening meal,. as the liver is at ready to make this surrender last Henderson's them kindly. but also pray for them hair from an old mattress are
Mr. Growthof
. the peak of its work report: Humanly speaking such a thing is most
or height eight summer. What complicates the sit- satisfactory for stuffing.
U. S. economic activity has been
impossible, but in Christ it is not
hours after a meal. By eating a uation is the "friendship" pact NOTE: Mrs. Spears' Book 2-
halted, and even a return to 1929's
only possible it has actually been
small meal in the evening or eating which France's ally-Great Britain peak (which Mr. Henderson be- Gifts, Novelties and Embroidery, f1
demonstrated life. It
in is so easy
less fat and starch at the evening -has just instituted with Italy. Although lieves should be regarded as a low for Christians to speak with derision has helped thousands of women to

meal, this awakening at 2 to 3 a. m. this treaty respects a territorial base, not a peak) would leave 7,000- that borders on hatred about "thedevil's use odds and ends of materialsand
may be ,avoided."Psychotherapytreating. status in the Mediterranean their time
quo to make
000 unemployed. Unlike Dr. Lubin, gang," to lose all love for the spare
the pa- Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain who believes insufficient purchasingpower things to sell and to use. Book 1-
crowd that hangs around the tavern
tient through his mind-plays a big is going to Rome next month is the cause of our ills, Mr. and the gambling house. Let us Sewing, for the Home Decorator,
part in all measures to overcome with an apparent blank check, to Henderson is full of inspiration for
places responsibility on every
hate their sin.,.but may God help us
insomnia. Sympathetic reassuranceand appease Mussolini as he sees fit. If homemaker. These books make
to show that we really love them
understanding, frank discussionof Mr. Chamberlain approves Italy'snew r wr Y T7lq'h".91M, vmyww!!! y.c delightful Christmas gifts. Mrs.

all troubles or anxieties all help. demands, France will be left II. Scope of the New Command- Spears will autograph them on re

Simple measures must be pre- helpless. ment (Matt 22:34-40): ). quest. Crazypatch quilt leaflet is

scribed by the physician with con- Only hope in an otherwise befud- It is as high as God, as deep as included free with every order for

fident assurance of good results." dled situation is that Germany may the lowest sinner and as wide as both books. Address: Mrs. Spears,

The lesson for those afflicted with break with Italy. After helping Hitler the circle of all mankind.A 210 S. Desplaines St., Chicago, 111.

insomnia is to get rid of physical reach into the European, grab ..r psq' man must be right with God if Books are 25 cents each.

discomforts and infections, eat less bag for new territories, Italy is be- ,,ri.. r he is truly and fully to love his fel-

at the evening meal and gradually ginning to wonder where her shareis low men. To be right with Him

acquire the ability to face or handle coming from. But Germany, happy does not mean a half-hearted one- -due to chest

their anxieties. over her new non-aggression day-a-week interest in religious I colds are quickly

e e e treaty with France, may ask'Mussolini r -tin ; matters, and that only up to the JrU lessened when .

Diet Important in to look elsewhere for new colo- point where they do not interfere you rub ,Penetro
nies. The crisis with interests and desires. I ii on chest, throat
new certainly our own and
AcneAs
Treating _4t back. Extra-
proves no more than what sane observers To love God ,means to give Him the II medicated vapors
acne (pimples) in most cases have maintained since last devotion of our entire being-body, are inhaled to

first appears during, the 'teen age, spring: that France and Britain <: a.x soul and spirit. soothe irritated,
most physicians are inclined to do merely whet the Italo-German congested mucous
appetite Rr Ill. Spirit ot the New Commandment membranes. Its
little for the patient as they feel each time they concede. (John 13:34, 35). counterirritantaction

that the pimples' will pass away once "As I have loved you"that is the increases
the boy or girl has local blood
emerged into DomesticLast sup-
spirit that is to move us to love our

matter manhood of or fact womanhood.most And, as a spring the New 'York legislature neighbor. God is love and it was ply-gives local warmth.PENETRO feelingof .
cases do clear
His will that should
always men
passed a bill which
potentially
to a considerable -
up extent by the
age of 20.However. effects every citizen in the U. S. iii .., ", : } love one another But the new element
there .deducing from 6 to 5 per cent the >, in' this commandment of
.
are'many who'suffer ;' Christ that He, the final and
interest which life insurance is per-
so much distress and embarrassment companies ...,,,:
charge policy loans ,,' fJI" fect revelation of God's love had
because of acne that 'physi- may on f1 A Merry HeartA
the bill + come to give His life in loving serv-
Piper-O'Brien
has necessitated :...
cians are trying to'correct the condi- k.,.< nation-wide revision of inter- ice
tion by use of gland extracts (pitui- the spirit of this command, medicine; but a broken spirit dri-
est rates because insurance caught
companies ISADOR LUBINHis
insulin
tary, testicular ovarian and eth the bones.
when he said. "The love of
others, ), viosterol, diet and X-ray. cannot charge different ratesin cure: higher living standard. ment
different states. Christ constraineth us" (II Cor 5:

That the acne patient should be Upshot is that most companiesare lessening of competition. True com- 14). There is the real motive the "
treated in
for the local a general way, not just boosting their premium charges petition, he believes, could not allow true spirit of Christian life and serv LUS
condition of the face
increases at time when
from 10 to 20 cent wage a -
is per on policies
Medical suggested World.by Dr. L. Orecklin. in written after January 1, although millions are, unemployed. ice.IV.. Sacrifice in the New Com- Conditions Here Is Due Amazing to Sluggish Relief fop ,'

many firms made, ,the change De- Business: More tangible and op- mandment (John 15:12-14). If you think all Bowels laxatives
Study General Condition. cember 1. Policies in effect before timistic is the reform program of Love draws no limiting line beyond 1W *7a all net vv auko ctablo, lust laetl try ebls,

"The general condition of the acne the readjustment will not be affected U. S. industry, heartened by the which it will not go., Love t mild, thorougb, va tefreslilng -

patient should be studied and ane- but in addition'to lower interest current economic upturn and will- says: "1 count not my life dear if sick headaches Invlgoratlnff., bilious 'Dependable spells, tired feelinghcn relict from

mia, undernourishment and pointsof ; rate and higher premiums, ing to make peace with government. in giving it I may bring deliverance associated Without with Risk constipation.R6t&250 b =
the
LOe tmt
infection should receive proper the following additional revisionswill Meeting in New York, the National 'to my friends." If not delighted, return tirucelst.the hfa box to us. Wo"will!ep

care., The diet should be moderate be made on most new policies: Association of Manufacturers key- Some folk talk piously of their price.refund That'the purchase fair. ,.

the foods to be avoided being chocolate (1) reduction of guaranteed interest, noted for "co-operation-to make lo've for God, but are not willing to Get NR Tablets today. 1e e

cocoa, cheese, nuts, iodized salt rates to beneficiaries; (2) lower in- America click." Its points: (1) go even across the street to speak ALWAYS CARRY

and other foods which may cause terest rates on dividends left with peace with labor; (2) acceptance of 'to a soul about Him. If we love Ear uKr uNOr i QUICK RELIEF

irritation or indigestion. Constipation companies; (3) increased pre- social responsibility; ((3) acceptanceof Him we would willingly go to the r ; FOR ACIDINDIGESTION
'
should be relieved by diet, not miums on endowment annuity poli- regulation, in general theory; (4) ends of the earth for Him or contentedly "

laxatives."If cies; (4) withdrawal or substantial end unemployment; (5) please the serve Him in what seemsto

the skin is oily, the face may change in certain types of con- consumer with higher quality, lower be a forgotten corner. We shall

be washed with soap and water sev- tracts. costs and public-minded policies. not question Hisguidance nor blushto relieves -

eral times a day. At night a careful By reducing policy loan interest Business' requests to government: own His name, even though the COLDS

soap and hot water cleansing is per- charges from 6 to 5 per cent, insurance (1) Wagner act modification: (2) testimony may mean our death 6 6
formed followed by soaking or bak- firms will lose annual rev- limitation of armament expendituresto This we shall do for Christ's sake. first day. 1

ing with hot water for a few min- enue totaling $50,000,000. Other factors avert unnecessary diversion of and for the sake of a suffering hu U"Headaches, (;

utes. Then a white lotion is ap- ; necessitating higher premiums funds; <(3) no encouragement of for- manity which needs nothing so and Fever '.

plied-a very weak zinc solution." I include the difficulty of finding sat- eign trade at cost to domestic industry much as the gospel of our Lord SALVE LIQUID., NOSE TABLETS DROPS in due 30 to Colds
Q:)> Bell Syndicate.WNU Service. Christ. minutes.
isfactory Jesus
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C. Houston Goudiss Counsels Wise Eating that the teeth.I cereals. might be' harmful to

have seen reports on this sub-

ax -fliK > During the Holiday SeasonBy ject by two investigators and I
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know that other investigators are

C. HOUSTON GOUDISS now endeavoring to check their

I advent of the holiday season marks the beginning of work. As soon as there is further
THE to report, I shall be gladto
progress
of the most difficult periods of the entire year for the .

,., ,,,,,, .,..,. comment.In .
::<:& :"" "n ::>' 'W"W ,i: <<''Y;<>}1 :-n,...>A homemaker.To the meantime, I would not

I If your turkey leg is to be ienderand begin with, she is busied with the hundred and one hesitate to follow, the advice of

1 succulent, be sure to remove &&AMUW4UUUVt" s s ....A. Gnx/ Ylaao 'woi' details of Christmas shopping, the planning of holiday enter- leading children nutritionists cereals at and least give half your of

the nerves. Slit the legs up the side tainments and the ,preparation of extra food ,for parties. ,
which well be served in the
and pull out the nerves, using a 2 Slit the skin down the back of the Secondly, the health and com- 'whole grain may form.
neck that it be folded backto
heavy utensil that will give you purchase so can
WNU C. Houston Goudiss 1938
fort of member of the -41.
for a strong pull. hold the dressing. every ticipating Christmas is bound to

,i family depend to a consider- add to their general fatigue.

'; able degree upon how they Children seldom complain of fatigue -

eat and what.foods she serves which makes it all the more ACTS FAST

necessary for mothers to be on
during the weeks betweennow
guard against, or to look for, the'
vrx jjS and January first. first intimation that it may exist.A .

S al ) Guard Against Lowered Resistance child who is tired is very apt to TO BRING RELIEF

Unfortunately, statistics show be irritable. More than likely'' his

Yr: that the' common cold and other appetite will be' poor, and when FROM COLDSThis

YN t ffkfyl similar ailments he does eat, he may not be able

is ; greatly increase in to care properly for the food he Eases
Simple Way
f(;; number directly takes. You may find, if you allow -

after the first of him to- become overtired or Pain with Amazing Speed

the year. That is feed him unaccustomed foods,

also the period that it will be a struggle to get
ji; rR? .C? when we find more' him to bed, and even then he may

LWcMN4: / / J people suffering not sleep soundly. And it is gen-
4< from fatigue thanat erally recognized that disturbed

\ Y r.Y any other sea- sleep, plus unwise eating, may
son. Both condi- have most unfortunate conse-
.
tions are frequently quences.

,traceable to The Ideal Holiday Diet
2r' faulty habits of
Holiday 'holiday both children -
/ ,
eating and faulty hygiene duringthe
of.ar
and' adults should have at
holiday season.
least two fruits daily, one of which
The person who is forewarnedis
should, be a citrus fruit or toma-
2J 2's. > usually forearmed. Therefore,
toes to help provide
adequate t
___ :dYra ......... ... every homemaker who has the
NNHNNNN.m"'HmY'i --" """"" --- vitamin C there should be two
interests of her family at heart ; I I
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"2 Cleaning. Make the incision as A Stuffing. No fancy dressing such should plan, now, to arrange activities vegetables besides potatoes, one I

O small as possible, and set aside T" as oyster or chestnut, insists so that strain and fatigue of which, should be of the green,

II the giblets for the gravy. Do not forPointreau, but a simple stale bread will be reduced to a minimum.And leafy variety; an egg daily, or at 1. To ease pain and 2. If throat Is raw
least three or four weekly; a discomfort and rerom cold crush and
to the dressing is perfect.
lungs. she shouldsee
get remove more specifically, duco fever take 2 dissolve 3 Bayer
of milk child
I quart for anda
uhhh__ ..__...m._.. _........_uo........ to it that she formulates a every Bayer TabletsTabletainrfglassof
{yv rr' pint for each adult.If drinkaglassofwater. water..gargle. j
sound eating Far too
program.
,ad many people, at this season of your meals are built on this ,Use Genuine BAYER Aspirinthe -
foundation, there will be less room
.. 3 r /' the year, suffer the ill effects of Moment Your Cold Starts
sNa for the rich heavy foods which
lowered resistance brought about
should only be taken in modera- The simple way pictured above
: by unwise .eating and by over- tion, and after you have helped to often brings amazingly fast relief

V .. eating. satisfy the appetite with the pro- from discomfort and sore throat .
of chosen
Overeating a poorly accompanying colds.
tective foods. By making a pointof
r Is diet is inadvisable at any time be- Try it. Then-see your doctor.
cause it tends to overburdep the eating generously of fruits and He probably will tell you to con

digestive system. But it is vegetables, and by including a ,tinue with Bayer Aspirin because it
par-
4/ !: < undesirable crisp raw salad in the daily diet, acts so fast to relieve discomfortsof
j ticularly during the
t you will be much more apt to con- a cold. And tQ reduce fever. I
winter
season when almost-
/ every sume sufficient bulk or celluloseto This simple way backed by
one tends to stay too long indoors,
scientific authority has
help maintain regular health largely sup
frequently in overheated rooms, habits. planted the use of strong medicines
/ p
//rj and to take too little outdoor ex in easing cold symptoms. Perhapsthe
Christmas ConfectionsWe
ercise. easiest, most effective way yet

S I3 Regularity in eating a carefully can scarcely speak of the discovered. But make sure you get

balanced diet, containing sufficient holiday diet, particularly where genuine! BAYER

i bulky foods to help promote, children are concerned, without Aspirin. ...-.: .
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regular health habits, is of the utmost saying a word about Christmas -=A- .....f.... -

r importance if resistance is confections and other goodies.

to be maintained at a' high peak These are a part of the holiday 1 5 FOR 12 TABLETS

during the holiday season. tradition. No homemaker would 'I 2 FULL DOZEN 25e i#. V

wish to deprive her family of such
: EfficientOne
Keeping Body Machinery
pleasures, but it does devolve
; The dressing is in and Pointreau The bird is tied carefully with should always rememberthat upon her to simplify the 'other The True Question
5 6 the body is a machine work-
II' \r sews up the turkey, almost ready heavy string and placed in the and meals in the day so that her chil- Everywhere in life, the true
ing as regularly as accuratelyas
t for its trip to the oven. roasting pan dren do not suffer when they eata question is not what we gain, but
a clock. Any good mechanic
i t large holiday dinner. what we do.-Carlyle.Q" .
h .,. knows that a fine mechanism requires -
.f Similarly, she should make it
the of care"
same type day
her responsibility to either
jii in and day 'out. Homemakers, pre- 'UISTmON
4 :; too, should remember that the pare the special Christmas treats :
from ingredients which she knowsto
body does not function differentlyjust
0' be pure and wholesome, (or to Do Luden's do more '
because
we celebrate a holi-
purchase them from a reliable than relieve?
day with age-old customs. Thus,
source. If these goodies are then
to keep member of the fam-
every given to children at the end of a
ily well and rested, try'not to allow ,
well-balanced meal, and not indis- 'NSWER
the holiday celebrations to '
@- up-
criminately between meals, there
I Ii set the ordinary routine of your Yes their added alka.
:
should not be the upset digestionsthat : ,
Y.
'
household.
.
y s make Christmas a bugbearto } line factor helps buildup
Late breakfasts, heavy dinners,
mothers instead of the
some
alkaline reserve.LUDEN'S .
: and taken'at odd hours your
suppers I
joyous occasion it should be.
r / do not constitute the best possible
r! out these 0
By following sugges-
menu-planning. The unfortunate .
r .L tions, you can help your family to S
over-emphasis rich foods
on on
enjoy the holidays without regret.
MENTHOL COUGH DROPS
special occasions may easily result You will feel fit and your good
-cf' 6t in digestive disturbance
unless health will be the basis of good
41/ ti 7 great< care' is taken to avoid
..gT ; s cheer. -ICLASSIFIEDrADVERTISING
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i dietetic indiscretions, and to
9'
maintain always the ideal of a

l.. balanced ration.Child's I Questions AnsweredMrs. I
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; *. Diet' Especially/ Important
During the dark'days of Decem- HaTe
you anything around
I ber, the children's 'diet requires S. M. B.-Your letter was the house you would liketo

extra thought and care. Too close the first of a large number I re- trade or sell?Try a clas-
/ Y.. I confinement indoors I and the lackof ceived on the subject and I am Classified sHied ad.The cost is only

sunshine may easily have an therefore answering you, thoughmy ADS a few cents and there are

7 You don't put your Christmas 8 And we're ready for the Christmas adverse effect upon the ''temperand reply is also directed to all get probably alot of folks look.

turkey in the oven and forget it; .feast. Never, never put any vitality of young children. the others who have inquired con- Results rag for just whatever it is

baste the bird every'10 minutes during garnishment on the platter except Then, too, the excitement of an- cerning a recent announcement you no longer have use for.

J JN the roasting process. watercress, says Pointreau. i

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PACE FOUR THE CLEWISTON 'NEWS FRIDAY; DECEMBER 10, 1938 4 i


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The Clewiston News and like "Alice in Wonderland"their Landscaping'- owned by N. D. Lloyd. Next was I Interest of the stockholders of CLEW
ISTON TELEPHONE a
faces beamed amazement con- COMPANY
the cruiser Ribault
of the U.
s.1 telephone company organized and exIsting -
tinually. All of them will long remember Engineers from Jacksonville under the laws of Florida, has
Friday In Clewiston. the trip and their memor- n-I on December 14. 1938, filed its petition -
Published every (Continued from age one) f
route' to Tampa, 54-feet. Last in the Circuit Court of the
Florida, by the CLBWISTON NEWS, was
ies will be most pleasant.
I
Inc. rip-rapped. The steel piling will be Twelfth Judicial Circuit in and for
WHILE THERE WAS plenty of capped with concrete' and the bulk- I the 29-foot Shangri-La of Chicago Hendry County. Florida, being Chan-

sparkling wit displayed by membersof head backfilled with sand 'and marl.A en route to. Fort Lauderdale owned I,cery grounds No.of 830 its, application setting forth for the the

KEATHLEY BOWDEN, Editor the party, I'd term Congressman roadway will be constructed alongthe by C. E. Knight. i dissolution of the said CLEWISTON
Sol Bloom of New York the I TELEPHONE COMPANY, and that
south bank so that loading and On Tuesday cam-e the Silver said petition will come on for hear-
Entered as second class mail matter chief funster. On every occasion of will
unloading freight be an ing before the said Court at 10 o'clock
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In that his colleagues showed signs of easy matter. The slip has been Dawn Philadelphia cruiser en routeto A. M. on December 23, 1938. for a
the Act
under of
Clewiston, Florida, I
Sarasota, a forty-foot boat"own decree dissolving the said corpora-
March 3, 1897.Subscription. becoming the least bit selfimportant dredged to a minimum depth of tion.

Sol would manage to stick a'seven feet with about eight feet ed by Edgecomb and the Annlo. CLEWISTON REALTY AND

Year pin in them. 'I at mean water level. Wednesday came the 32-foot DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION -
Rate $:00 Per ,I as he majority in
AT THE CHAMBER of Com-I Landscaping of the grounds Lazy Shi=:c' of Cleveland owned by interest of the stockholdersof
Advertising Rntoi On Application. merce luncheon in Miami, Bennett around the office building is pro- said CLEWISTON TELE-
Norma Shick en route to Fort Laud- PHONE COMPANY.Dec. .
Champ Clark was called on to respond gressing rapidly and this spot will 23.

Devoted to the advancement and welfare to an address of welcome. soon be a show place. Drivewayshave erdale.

of ,Clewiston and Ilendry County.A Arising with dignity Clark beganan been constructed ,around the On Thursday came the Falcon

impressive and impassioned building with wide parkways for 1 and Caloosa and the Whim a 74- NOTICE ,

TIMELY 'VISIT speech only to be interrupted by employees' cars both in the front foot yacht from New Orleans en- _______ t

the loud speaker in the dining and rear. These driveways are surb-J route to West Palm Beach. Owner The annual meeting of the stock-
---- holders of First Bank of Clewiston
room, as the phone operator's shrill ed with native stone held in place Edward Morris. will be held in the office of the

The group of notables to whom voice boomed "Calling Sol Bloom, by concrete. Almost_ all of the tract Among the more, interestingboats bank Thursday, the 5th day of Jan-
Florida is host could not have come II uary, 1939 at eight o'clock P. M.
been sodded and
has
thirty-four
it is
Mr. Sol Bloom, please very through last week were the ELBERT L. STEWART ,
to this state at a more opportune palm trees have already been set out Cashier.J
important. ( 61-foot Mobjack of Matthews, Va., I
time. CLARK STOPPED, cleared his I and appear to be a" natural growth. j the 60-foot quarantine boat. of the Dec. 23, 30.

Arriving at Jacksonville Friday throat and began again. He just I There are ten royals, eight I U. S. Public Health Service, the

afternoon these senators, repre- got going good when the shrill call cabbages and sixteen coco plumoso. B. W. Brown and Capt. Tom's FOR RENT-40 acres choice tomato
I
sentatives and other important people Several oaks are also to be planted -
for Bloom again drowned him out. wrecking tug of Miami which is saidto land near Lake. F. L. Williamson,
traveling by a 16-car special By this time the hotel manager, red and more of the latter variety have been in coastal waters in Clewiston Fla. CN-D tf

train, are in Miami this morning. faced with embarrassment, went;lof palm trees. A low green hedge search of the long lost Gasparilla
of the state will also be planted at the baseof
They came as guests rushing out to the lobby to prevent treasure trove.
chamber of commerce mainly to see the building and around the I '
another such interruption. ROOM AND BOARD-$1 per day.
with their own that the South driveways.
eyes ARRIVING BREATHLESS at the REV. MINES HONORED Mrs. Maynard, Hay Building. d16 <3,
and particularly: Florida is anything -I
phone operator's desk, he heard WITH PARTY OX BIRTHDAYRev. ..
but "the Nation's Economic --
Problem Number One." 'I a chap asking her to please be Two 100-Foot Yachts

I good enough to page Mr. Bloom Marshall G. Mines was hon- Notice Home Owners

Florida is radiant'with sunshineand I just once more, as it was a, matterof Through This WeekMoore ored with a surprise birthday partyat
marvelous flowers. She Is fair-!
grave importance. his home Wednesday evening following -

ly bursting with the largest crop "STOP" SCREAMED the man- the regular mid-week prayer PLUMBING DOORS. Sash. Lumber.
of luscious, citrus that the world i ( Haven Democrat) ,service at the Baptist church. All sizes. Complete Stock.
has ever known! Her vegetable ager, "you can't do that, :you are The two largest boats using the We have just purchased all materials
The
guests brought a birthday from Dork's Hotel-Bath Tubs, Sinks.
interrupting Bennett Champ Clark I
Cross-State waterway this week
fields have never delivered finer I cake and a number of gifts. Following '' TOILETS, DOORS, AT lowest prices.
crops than those no\v, being har- who is speaking. were the Annlo a Chicago yachten a pleasant social hour refreshments -, Pedestal Lavoratories-Built-in Tubs:
vested. She has made ready to "I KNOW" the man at the desk route to Miami and the Falcon Medicine Cabinets, Toilet Seats. 125.:
,Aof cake and coffee were serv- Kitchen drainboard sinks, cabinets.
pleasingly entertain the greatest said, "but he's been interruptedlots U. S. Engineers inspection cruiser od. :French windows and doors.

inflow of visitors' that she has of times, 'he won't mind. from Norfolk. The Annlo is owned Screen doors. Metal lath
'WHO ARE YOU?" asked the by R. Jackson and was 103 feet ( CEMENT 65c, 5-Gal. coating. 199.
had! The fields in south Bade
ever Over 300 Florida Junior High Lumber, 2 x 6. 2 x 8, 2 x 10. 21.
around Lake Okeechobee and irate hotel man. in length. The Falson is 100 feet. I School students of Florida will FLOORING. Ceiling, Sheeting Siding.
receive -
Accompanying the Falcon was the Lime Ply or Presswood. Wallboard
throughout the citrus area are a "WHO ME? replied the man cash awards of from $2 to 4c; Celotex. Plasterboard Steeltex,

sight for the eyes: of those who are with a grin, "Why, I'm Sol Bloom." 25-foot cruiser from the Jackson- $100 next week when checks cov- Galvanized and Asbestos roof shingles

not privileged to see ,Florida every ANOTHER CHUCKLE I got on ville district. This cruiser is built BARRETT Roofing & Asphalts.
in the
ering prizes state wide "Sugar Hardware
Aluminum Paint, $2.49
the trip was when a very dignified for speed, being equipped with a Essay Contest" are mailed to Ladders. Screen and Fence Wire
day.We : 200 h. p. Kermath engine and is Paint $1.25 Devoe floor
statesman seated himself in the paint $1.73 gal
welcome these good people winners, in each county each con-
Washable
Water Paint, 79c Varnish
capable. of making forty miles per can. -
with every gesture of friendliness club car beside one of the charm I gressional district and the state $1.95. Enamel % gal. 99c. Brushes -

that The Empire of the Sun can ing ladies in the party a Senator's hour. The Annlo passed through. at large. Prizes totaling over $1,100 Paint Oil. 90c: S. Turpentine 39c
Moore Haven Tuesday and -the Fal- Gal.
extend, and we sincerely hope that wife I believe.PAYING were offered by the United States NATIONAL IIUILDnitS SUPPLY CO.
con Thursday after laying here ov
every hour of their stay in Florida NO ATTENTION to a'ny-I Sugar' Corporation of Clewiston. N. Dixie and 10th St. Phone SHOO

may give to them all that is ours one in the car the gentleman milled ernight. 2 Warehouse' New, Used MaterialWe
Last Friday there were three DelUer
to offer. a long black cigar from his pocket -! Floridians who wish to aid the NEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
I boats through, one a guide boat
They go by train and buses to bit the end off, and was just development of Florida's' sugar industry -
from Fort 22
Myers, feet, owned, by
garden and grove spots of the about to light it when he suddenly Thad Williams; another the Jes- should demand factory pack-

world. They will see Floridans pur- realized that he was seated next ; ed "Dixie Crystals" which is grownin
Flo 45 foot cruiser en route to
suing their constructive work of to a lady.TURNING. the Florida Everglades.
Fort Myers from Jacksonville; Hi- flotonk SA'F:
feeding America at 'a time when the TO he '
HERr inquired' Ho, 41. feet, of Dresbach, Minn., aS
returns for their labors have never "You don't-mind" I"8m-oke a little en route to Miami Beach. J. A.

been lower and the outlook for do you?" Morrison owns the Jes-Flo and R.

breaking even or enjoying their "OH CERTAINLY NOT", the lady N. Trane the Hi-Ho.

birthright, more discouraging.All replied "Go right ahead and break Saturday came two more pleas-

that the great God has giv- into flame for all I care." ure boats the cruiser Cardinal of
J
en unto Florida, man-made laws AT BELLE GLADE Sol Bloom, St. Petersburg en route to West x

and, regulations have taken fromus. complained during the luncheon because Palm Beach owned : by Dr. H. J. if--

Floridians will never experi- there was no sugar on his Weaver, 46 feet, and the Patsea,

ence the conditions, that confront table. "Here I've been riding I Nashville Tenn., yacht en routeto I

those less favored than the peopleof through cane fields all day," he Daytona Beach. O. H. Ingram is

Florida, but with our sincerest said "and have been hearing about owner of the 54-foot Patsea. but PROFITABLEqhere

good wishes for a pleasant sojournin Florida sugar ever since I left The Marion Adele big 54-foot

the land of" sunshine flowers, Washington, and now when I want tug of Daniels Dredging Companycame I. NOTICE

and good living, we trust that I'one spoonful for my coffee I can't through Sunday on way to I are several safe places for

these "molders of opinion and find any." Someone reminded him Miami home port and the Joe IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK Till your savings...in a safe deposit
I 'I'WELI''TII .JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of box, in government bonds invested
makers of laws may carry with that our quota has been cut andso Grein a runabout named for its FLORIDA, IN AND FOR IIKNDIM here ,
The
them upon their return to Wash we couldn't be as free with. it owner on way home to Fort Lauder-I COUNTY, FLORIDA I that, etc. principal differenceis
ington the IN CHANCERY I HERE your savings
evidence of their own as we'd like to. dale. earn a
CASE No. 830
seeing that confiscatory laws and generous profit for you... because
"WELL MUMBLED BLOOM Monday saw the heaviest trafficof IN THE MATTER OF THE :
work
they
regulations which deprive Flor- I the week. The Poinciana, lighthouse PETITION OF CLEWISTON : constantly and profitably,
"you may be a bit short on sugarin REALTY AND DEVELOPMENT : Imply secured by
homes.
idians of the right to work out many
Florida, / but you've sure got a tender for the U. S. L. H. S., : CORPORATION, a corporation :
their own existence and enjoy the lot of in came through en route to Miami and under the laws of :
Pepper Washington.
fruits of their toil, must be Florida, :
repealed shortly; afterwards came the EarlsieII TO DISSOLVE : Clewiston Federal
and, that dangerous experi- New Orleans yacht returning CLEWISTON TELEPHONE :

mentation which destroys our own Cost of County School home. This was a GO-foot craft COMPANY, a corporation under :
domestic the laws of Florida : Savings and LoanAssociation
resources must cease.Again owned by 0: W. Townsend. ,A 24- NOTICE

r welcome to Florida! Know Operation Is Given foot sea skiff came through later TO ALL, PARTIES INTERESTED: .: t
us and know Florida and I You will please take notice that ,
carry our Belle
from Glade en route to Marco the undersigned, as a majority in
message :t'o the, heart of the nation. I
-Miami Herald. ..
I
Tallahassee, Dec. 15.-The total

cost of operating Hendry county

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Too Late To Classify English.ted to State to county Superintendent reports submit-Colin BIG NEW TVP'Ein


Cost of instruction, including '

CJ3y 'RJlssell Kay teachers' salaries textbooks, and


':..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:+:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:..:..:..:..: :. cost classroom of transportation supplies, was$7,822$32,993; and; TAMPA TIMESOLD

"WHILE CONGRESSMEN and Senators cost of county administration '$4-

when assembled in Wash- 591. Other current expenses included -

ington during a congressional ses- cost of maintenance heat,

sion, may be visioned by some as water, light insurance rents, and TYPE NEW TYPEThese

orges and demons, when health service.
you meet
These two columns of type con- two columns of type containing -
them between sessions they generally Capital outlay ror purchases ofa I taining exactly the same wording, exactly the same wording,

prove to be a pretty swell bunchof fixed nature such as new buildings are set in two different kinds of, are set in two different kinds of

folks. school buses, or equipment totaled I type. The first column Is set in type. The first column is set in ,

THE ACTING OF the State $1,381. Payments for bonds:: The Tampa Times old type. The The Tampa Times old type. The -

Chamber of Commerce' in bringingsuch and other debts was $12,379, bringing I .. second column Is set In tho new second column is set in the new -t-

a group of dignitaries to the i the total expenditure to $70, type-a type called Excelsior, recently type-a type called Excelsior, recently -
brought out by the Merg- out the
state as were brought by Merg-
represented on the ; It
437.The enthaler Linotype Company after enthaler Linotype Company after
"Florida Resources Special" is indeed combined cost of operatin, develop
-
long study and experiment to.
long study and experiment to develop -
commendable and the Cham- schools in all' Florid counties wa a typo for newspapers which a type for newspapers which

bers of Commerce and business interests $18,621,252, three-fourths of whic' could be read more easily and could be read more easily and

in Florida that made it possible was for instruction., In addition l< with less eye strain. with less eye strain.Also .

deserve the thanks of all Floridians this $2,503,441 was expended a,

capital outlay and $4,758,885 fo The Times now publishes more Florida news, more world news, more

NEVER HAVE I SEEN any groupas I payment 'of bonds and other indebt sports, pictures and features.
keenly interested
as appreci- edness. Write The Times in notify local carrier and Have The Times
ative, or as deeply impressed as The average dollar spent for put Tampa or your
these recent guests. The knowledgeand lie education in Florida includi'v started TODAY. Only 18c per week by carrier-65c per month by mail (in

understanding of Florida and capital outlay and debt service v' Florida). ,

Florida's problems they gained on divided as follows: 2.6 cents f

the trip represents an investmentin administration, 54 cents for irBtruction DAILY TIMES
THE TAMPA
"good will" that will pay for 5 cents for transportation

itself' many, times over, 10 cents for other current expenses <

A ,LAKGE-> NUMBER'.of, the party 10 cents for capital outlay and I I

had:-,never"'v' been: 'to Florida before; 18 cents for debt service, "' ':: "w". -- 4 '
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..f FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1938 THE C3LEWISTOX' NEWS PAGE FIVE
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,, :. 2 Royal Palm Avenue For berries: "Painted or gilded s
X'PERSONiL
X Forest C. Taylor, Minister pine cones may be used.) Gopher "Wanted-
s,
._- apple, wild tomatoes, partridge ber

s and SOCIETY :_ (Sunday !Morning, December IS, at ries, gall berries, painted or gild- Parachute
: Eleven O'clock.) ed, choke berries, swamp rose hips, '\ AtOnce"
.. .Jack in the Pulpit berries, green \
.! f : Christmas sermon subject: "The
dragon berries.
y. Wise Men in Bethlehem."
..::...:..:...:...:...:...;..;...;....;...;...;..;...;....;..;...;....;..;....;...;...;...;...........................................................................&.-.............................;...........;...+.:. Music: "Break Forth Into Joy", For greens: cherry laurel, wild 'i i, FOR
olive, wax myrtle, pines, longleaf
"
t. Mr. and Mrs'. H. C., Kolstad mo- After the meeting, the boys en- from 0 Wondrous Light" (R. M. pine, (with tips dipped in gilt or ANYTHINGYOU
Stultz). "Cantique de Noel"Adolphe'
tored to Tampa today on business. joyed playing anagrams. Ho- choco- silver) red bay. NEED
( Adam) R. N. Smith, So-
late and cookies were served to loist. "Holy Night, Silent Night" All kinds of seed pods painted. TRY OUR WANT ADS
Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Higgins spent Instructions for making wreaths:
Billy Perry,. Oliver Martinez, Gene (Franz Gruber) An arrangement ,by
the week-end in Miami. For tho frame use a metal coat
Mills, Ben Bolton, Lawrence Guth- Lorenz. "Adore Him", Cherubim
hanger pulled to a circle. Pad with
r Wakefield rie, Sammie Young, Billy Mayn- Song (Gretchanov). ..
Mr. and Mrs. Homer I equal amounts of Spanish moss and
r. visited friends and transacted business ard, Bobby Maynard and Miss Sunday school every Sunday sphagmum moss, securing the first
: in Miami over the week-end. Markette. morning at nine forty-five. bunch around the handle of the J. M. COUSE
Christian Endeavor meeting Sunday -
--- hanger and wrapping with either
Mrs. G. O. Wallace; of Okeechobee evening at six. florist's twine or green fish line. Counselor and Attorney at Law

;' was a visitor in Clewiston Mon- SKIPPY COTHERN CELEBRATES Junior Endeavor meeting Tuesday -I Wrap the cord tightly, ringing about Hopkins Bulldlmg

day. SIXTH BIRTHDAY THURSDAY afternoon at three-thirty. one inch apart, being sure the mossis Wednesdays and Saturdays
I Christmas morning at eleven ,o'- of even thickness ,all the way 9:30 to 4:00
clock the choir will present a cantata -
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Peyton of Skippy Cothern celebrated his around.
:. Jacksonville were business visitors "The Christmas Story" ,(Alexander Spanish' moss keeps the sphag-
/t'. in Clewiston yesterday. sixth birthday yesterday invitinga Matthews). J. E.' Beardsley, mum from scattering and the sphag-

group of his playmates to his choir director, Mrs. J. H; Doty, acompanist. mum moss holds the moisture that

home for a weiner roast. the fresh. However, it
Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn spent Thurs- keeps greens
day and Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Werners: and' marshmallows were The public is cordially: invited to 'must be applied to the frame while Mrs. Blanche Turner

Louis Davis in Canal Point. cooked on the camp fire and candy all these Christmas services in the dry, or it will shrink out of the I

favors were distributed. Community Church. wrapping cord as it dries. Sphag- invites to visit her

Miss Sue Maxwell and Mrs. Leo Invited to help Skippy celebrate mum moss may be found in ditches you

Maxwell of Pahokee. were visitors his birthday were Joe Schroeder, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH or canals or purchased from flor- new
Ronald Hare, Bob Berner, Kay
here Wednesday. Marshall Mines, Pastor. ists.When -
&''9J Bowden, Bob Smith, Rannan Sim- the frame is padded, the I
mons, Richard Knight, Charles Miner twigs of green should be stuck in
"The Church of Friendly Distinc-
Mrs. Foy Durrence is spending BEAUTYSHOP
and Gene Land. the end
tion." under the cord, (sharpen
several days with relatives in West
of the twig). A nut pick or wire
Palm Beach. AFTERNOON BRIDGE CLUB Services every Sunday: will be a help in lifting the cords

HOLDS. ANNUAL XMAS I'A1tTYThe Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., B. sufficiently to push the twig under.
Mrs. Elam Durrence of Dothan, E. Herring, Supt.
The twigs should not be more than
Alabama, spent the week-end in Morning Worship 1100. Ser-
Put the berriesor
Wednesday Afternoon Bridge four inches long.
Clewiston as the guest of Mrs. Club held its annual Christmas par- mon by the Pastor.B. other fruits in bunches, threeor complete with the

Blanche Turner. ty this week with Mrs. H. R. Hallas Y. P. U. 6:15 p. m., V. C. four to the wreath, rather than

hostess. Christmas decorations Woodward, Director. throughout. Cones, either naturalor newest and most up-

IMrs. C. H. Settle and Mrs. D. C. adorned the living room and were Evening !Preaching 7:30 p. m. painted, are attractive.

Settle and daughter, Sue, of Moore used in the tallies, prize wrappingsand Sermon by the Pastor. When ,the wreath is made, lay it to-date equipment.Our .
Haven were guests of friends in refreshments.A Midweek Service every Wednes- on a' newspaper and spray it witha

Clewiston Monday. lovely album was awarded to day at 7:30 p. m. mixture of equal parts 'of shellac

,. Mrs. ;T.V.. Ezelle, who held high and alcohol, using an ordinary skilled operativesare
Mrs. C. W. Fuller left Wednes- score, a cigarette set to Mrs. I. M. "The Richest Man" is the sermon I household sprayer. A second coat
day for Atlanta to visit her daughter Pafford for low prize and a waste topic for the Sunday morning service will make' the wreath keep better.
Mrs. F. E. Veltre and infant basket to Mrs. G. B. Thomas, who this week and it is hoped that I When the shellac is dry the moss ready to serve you

daughter.Mr. won the cut prize. you will hear this message. Ion the rack may be carefully moist- arrival

Red and green congealed salad The annual Christmas sermon ened, but not enough to drip. on

and Mrs. Russell Brown of with fruit cake and coffee were will be delivered on Sunday evening -
urur'-rkj"Lj"1"1-
Wilmington, N. C., were guestsfor served at the refreshment hour. December 18th at 7:30. The - I- -

a few days this week of Mr. Christmas gifts, one, for 'each mem- subject: "Unto Us a King is Born". NEWSPAPER

and Mrs. Wi H. Lanier. ber of the club, were distributed, Tuesday evening, 7:30, is the ADVERTISING Turner'sBEAUTY ;
-, names having been drawn at a last choir rehearsal before the I-,

Miss Inez Lammons left Tues- previous meeting. Christmas program. SHOP

day for Dothan, Ala., where she Attending the party were Mrs. Wednesday evening, 7:30, is the I AT.YOURI

was called by the critical illness of Dave Alston, Mrs. Keathley Bow- regular mid-week service. SERVICE r Hopkins Bldg. Phone 392

her grandfather. den, Mrs. J. W/ Ezelle, Mrs. H. Friday' evening, December 23,I
TObHELP YOU SELL
... < R., Hall, Mrs. L. C. Miller, Mrs. I. 7:30,. a, Christmas: entertainment_
Dir and Mrs. O. A. Jones Mrs. M. Pafford, Mrs. T. B.. Shelley 'for all the people of -our church.A I .

H. V. Briant and Marianne Jones and Mrs. G. B. Thomas. program by' the Sunday school

were the week.visitors in Miami the first of candy.pupils, music Come and and singing see Santa, gifts Claus and I.I .......................................... ..........................,................:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:--:..:..:-:;: I

r"" ''m'fi'! !IIII(1 m( ''m"ill"IIIIIUIII! I'm'ill'm"l'' !' IIII''rn''I m""I !I I and the Christmas tree. Everyone. .f.-- I

Mrs. G. B. Thomas and Mary invited. !J. MEN :
WITH THEChurches
-+ Louise Thomas are leaving tomor- == == Sunday morning, December 25th,

'! row to spend the holidays in Safety. Sunday School as, usual but ''no .t.
i Harbor with relatives. L3 preaching service. The Baptist :: Your Credit Is Good : I!

f church dispenses with its preaching .. .. .

:. J. days E. Beardsley in New is York spending where several he- LmlIDml fJ ll IJf111111 JIDHiICI II mllirnmm i>hii! m llIIIYI ilGl I![, service the in Community order to Church be the at guestsof the :.s_f. Wear a NEW. Tailored' Individual ':.!_,:. ,ts

t :. went on business as a member of XMAS. PROGRAM ARRANGEDAT rendition of their Christmas cantata : Measure Suit While You Pay :
:::
;f' the board of commissioners of Everglades ST. MARGARET'S CHURCH '

t Drainage District. Sunday evening, December 25th,I : A postcard will bring the Lake's Old ':_
An impressive Christmas pro- 7:30, an old fashioned Christmas
' ,
,i Arthur Oliver, recreational director gram has been arranged by Father. carol sing. An evening of congregational :j!: Dependable Tailor Representative :
for the United States Sugar Lawrence J. Flynn, pastor of Saint singing of the well-known ,

I: Corporation, attended a recreational Margaret's Catholic Church, and a Christmas carols together with solos y *
LEAR
I :: CHASM E. ,
(', : institute conducted in Ocala the cordial invitation is extended the by Paul Boe of Moore Haven, Mrs. .. .. :

I first of the week. public, regardless of, church affiliation Manning Carter of Clewiston and :
I I to attend this beautiful serv- the pastor. Several duets by mem-1 ::': Box 508 Clewiston, Fla. ::

l Mrs., Jean G. and T. Carol Augur, left and Thursday daughters ice fore which midnight begins, Christmas at ten minutes Eve. be- them bers of by the the choir entire and,choir.'a special An all-an- ;.. :..:.:..*:u:..:..:..:..:+):..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. :..:oot..:.. :.:-- :..:..:-

to spend the ,Christmas vacation There will be a procession from music program of good cheer and

i with relatives in Jacksonville. Mr. the rectory to the church and thenceto fellowship. Members of the Community .-

I Augur will join them for Christ- the sanctuary where a replica of church are invited. as our .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..=:..:
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mas week-end. the Manger of Bethlehem will be special guests. Certainly everybody I

prepared. In the procession will be ought to come to church at leaston

Lynn I. Fuller of Willoughby, I a cross-bearer, altar boys, the small- Christmas so we are expectinga
Ohio, made a short visit recently est girls of the parish, mass servers large attendance. Come early

with his brother, Charles W. Fuller. and the pastor. The youngest girl, for the best seats. '
The visitor, who is in charge of Patsy Meredith, will place the image We still need several men to ;; '

property and buildings of Andrews of the Infant Savior in theM help work on, the church, building.If i .CLEWISTON 6OLFt1 t

Institute in Willoughby, is. much nger. During the procession the you have an hour or two to spare ..
impressed with the developmentsin choir will sing "Silent Night." this week some time speak to the
this section of Florida. The solemn "Mass of the Angels" pastor and offer your services. No y fi

will be chanted by Father Flynn labor paid, all donated time.; Any- i: s.
COURSE
. MRS. R. C. WILSON 'ENTERTAINS' and sung in its entirety by the one that can drive a ,nail is able to ,.,;" ...
( \
EVENING BRIDGE CLUB mixed choir which has been prepar- work. Let's finish the papering by .s" 1.
T ing' this music for several months. Christmas. ::: ::1.J

Mrs. R. C. Wilson entertained Mrs. Bourne is in charge of all Don't forget the New Year's Eve -, .' '.:/ ,,' -:;: :,." :i.
.. '. -iN! ',' .(
..' the Evening Bridge Club at her musical arrangements.Other watch party. See the old year out .r. -.-.... .t:';(:.' .>''. c :-. """"" "" : ;
' I ; --'JIP" __ ,
home on Wednesday. A pottery hymns during the Mass will and the new year in by coming to : : : ,' '. :<

: bowl was awarded to Mrs. 'Joe be "0 Holy Night", "Adeste Fi- the Baptist Watch Party. Saturday : ,: :t:
;
:;. Schroeder, who held high score, a deles", and the inspiring, Communion evening, December 31st. A church :s.. r
modernistic ash tray to Mrs. R. C. ttymn "Oh Lord I'' Am Not social for everyone in town. Come y
,;)
.
'
: Nowling who held low score ando Wortl ." and bring your wife and ,children. y st
o bowl to Mrs. C. E. Nall, who Father Flynn has chosen as the We'll let you sit together, sing together -

made the lucky cut. I topic for his special Christmas ser- play together and pray to- l Open to the Public ] .i
A delightful salad course was mon "The Charity of Christ. This gether. A family night for the
served by Mrs. Wilson to Mrs. Roy sermon deals with real solid Christ- church and the New Year. Watch
I '' .. -- .t.
Alston, Miss Mae Palmer, Mrs.I Ian charity, love of God and our for detailed program next 'week. .s. ..t.X .
Campbell E. Nall, Mrs.. R. C. Nowl- neighbor, a factor which seems to : X

ing, Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. H. H. have been lost in the lives of Garden Club l Suggests hf

f.! Turner, and Mrs. Schroeder. many so-called Christians today.

.. Saint Maragaret's Altar Society, Uses of Florida Shrubs a.
is SHERWOOD HALL ENTERTAINS Mrs. George Yon, president, is in rE:

t> JUNIOR BOYS CLASS MONDAY I charge of all decorations, and the I yy t
women of this society have promised Suggestions for the making of .
i.t Sherwood Hall entertained members to have the sanctuary appropri-! Christmas wreaths and other deco- Moderate' Green Fees ;
/ of the Junior Boys Class and ately prepared for the advent of I rations from native Florida shrubs _:: :

: their teacher, Miss Mary Markette the Infant, Saviour. I have been made by the conserva- f Exceptional Fairways
r>:: Monday evening at the home of Similar services will be conducted tion department of the Garden Club,
:/ Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hall. in Saint Mary's Church, Pahokee, which has been instrumental in i =: Interesting Greens

.:. The program for the meeting was by Father Flynn at 8 o'clock stimulating the use of such shrubs. I 1=.
'.':, r : led by Ben Bolton and consisted Christmas morning. Holly, the traditional Christmas -- I.

of singing Christmas carols, 'Bible May all of us have v a very blessed .- decoration, is becoming so scarce ... ....,.!'... ......x.. .;.'*< .< H i........."'...."."...".", .".,,,,,....;..). o.
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and Christmas story Christmas! the state "* 4
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ie" AUTHOR OF My mind wont notice

By SAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS 'IT HAPPENED humdrum things! '


ONE, NIGHT' But blithely 'r t\

WNU SERVICE le- from
O SAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS .ps .l

thrill to -

SYNOPSIS And between us we'll give him plenty "Now remember," was his astute'' 'on. "Supercreational. Super-cre- thrill.STC"

." He scrutinized the youngerman. tactician's final instruction to his ational. Note-book C." The secreta ..'!

Kelsey Hare, young architect convalescingfrom companions: "Whatever he says ries made simultaneous entries. 00
a breakdown meets Martin Holmes. "What are we going to tell those yes him." "That's exactly what it is. Super
struggling author, in a storm on a lake near Two of the three instantly decidedto creational. Can't
? Overwhelming.
Moldavia N Y Caught in a downpour they ,, two girls
seek shelter at Holmes' estate. Holmes: "Tell 'em nothin'. What's the use? do nothing of the sort. you see it? White lights over Broad. vVNU Service.

holm,"of which its owner's by its air financial ot decay embarrass gives evidence They'll play ball. ,They got to. Can't Upon meeting the head of Purity way;. 'Purity Pictures, Inc., Pre

njcnL Kelsey suggests renting a room and you see they'vevgot a stake in the Pictures, Inc, Kelsey's first reac sents A, Leon Snydacker's Super-

settles down there Finding Holmes studying game? Where'll their jobs be if tion was one of relief. This smooth creational Masterpiece, "Virgin Ef-
Park avenue
debutante a newspaper Kelsey picture learns of that a a story by you duck out?" and gleaming pe'rson at least looked fort." Will that knock 'em!"

Holmes has been rejected In a $15.000 con "But what'll they think of me?" sane, which was more than the visitor "I'm not so sure ,about that," observed CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

test dacker run oresident.by Purity tor Pictures a novel A'suitable Leon'-Sny-for Moby gave him a sharp look had expected. Kelsey. "I"know little about

picturizatlon. In which the winner ot a Mys "What do you care ,what they thinkof "Good morning, Mr. Templeton Hollywood and care less, but it's my

tery Beauty contest will star and Kelsey rents buys his you?" 'J'," Sayles," was his greeting, extended opinion you'd never get that pre-
the manuscript from Holmes all !' disclaimed Kel- with a manner of mingled gracious. cious title of the
house. One of the conditions of the deal is "Nothing at yours past cen-
that Kelsey adopt Holmes' pen name. "Tern- sey hastily. ness and excitement. sors."

trip.pleton a Sayles telegram" After arrives Holmes for Sayles departs which on a "Forget it, then! Now I'm goin'to "Good morning," returned Kelsey "Sore because your own title got. JEWELRYWatches

Kelsey leaves unopened Glunk, odd manservant tell you three things about A, in an even voice. canned, buddy?" asked Gloria.

places the debutante's picture on Leon Snydacker. First, he's easy if "Yours is the genius of creative. "This one's thousand times bet- Wrist Watches Diamonds, Jew-
Avenue Van Straitens elry. Vi Write what ViK
the mantel Fhe Park you
at breakfast with their niece Marion you lay it on thick. Second, as a ness," said Mr. Snydacker, address- ter," asserted Moby. "In fact, it's $55. IK jJ8\: % $160. Will e':3nix;
are horrified to find her picture In the paper motion picture man he's a hundredper ing his author rather in the manner great." nation. 123.1 S. St. Bernard, Phlla., :Pa. 8-

as one of ten, remaining contestants for the Third he's of public meeting, after sur- "
Purity Pictures award and learn that Llg-; cent phony a nut, a "Superb, said one secretary.
gett Morse. admirer, bas entered Marlon's anyway So. with him you can be reptitiously consulting a note "Marvelous," confirmed ,the oth BABY CHICKSFor
picture bet -She Is threatened with
on a dies. .... ., ... ., .....,.,,. ., ,. ,. .
being taken abroaa until the "scandal" -m.'n."'<:---:<<" 'w'":':::< ; ;:'; <>; ::-:>;"':<<-;':'':':'v '<" -'-'( ) I ; < :<:> oY-<<':'(<-4" >' : x: 1 er."WWhat's
down and decides adventurously to "0 liGi r +'jr'i. your slant, darr-ling?" Sale-Our Famous U. S. approved
; f
with the contest In the offices of { Pullorum Tested New Hampshire Red Baby
through
"Oh, I think it's sweet said Chicks every Thursday lOc delivered. :Pine
A. Leon Snydacker. heir to the Peckett'sPersuasive Marne demurely. Mountain Valley Farms, Hamilton, Ga.
Pills fortune. Marion finds nine
other beauties She makes friends with rf.i "A hundred dollars it doesn't get.
Gloria Glamour flip professional beauty, past' said the spoilsport."Whywhywhywhywhy.
contestant. At lunch together they meet PHOTOGRAPHYFree
Moby Dicksteln. Snydacker's press agent Wh-wh-

and tactotum Snydacker is overwhelmedwith whut's the matter of it?" raged its album and negative file, 2 enlargement -
Marion's oeauty'and 'class to whichhe inventor. "You're 'Vir- coupons with each roll developed: 8
Is extremely 'susceptible and calls her, ker-razy. guaranteed prints 25e. Memritane Studios,
"Darrllng Moby is referred to Holmes for gin Effort.: I'd like to see any cen- Dept-"K;'General OBox666New York.
Information on Sayles 'Gloria takes the ,<. sor take a crack at that. Is there
call. Hare is interrupted In his rewritingby ..
two callers. one of whom he recognizes!: anything to this fool censor idea,
as the pictured beauty In the paper After ; \ do you think?" He made the appeal: KODAK FILM FINISHINGAny
they leave he takes the picture from the : to Moby Dickstein.
mantel and uncovers the telegram, now Size Roll Developed. 251.
"We-ell Bwana it's title With 8 Good Prints. .
four days old. apologizing for a "mistake. ; a grand ,
and demanding, Sayles' Immediate presence magnificent title. If you don't mind 351. Developed with 8 Enlargements
ENLARGO, Box 57, Salt Lake,Utah
In New York for a conference with Snydack
swiping the word from it'sa
my you,
er. When Moby and .he girls arrive on lo
cation. Kelsey learns for the first time that super-creational title. I don't believe
the Holmes-Sayles novel was the winner.
you've ever thought out a bet
Colorful Ted TowelsTo
ter one. But-well, Bwanahe

shook foreboding head "you know
a
CHAPTER IV Continued Brighten KitchenPattern
what censors are. They got no respect -
-7- 1frJ
for genius 1 was only tryingto
"I'm waiting for that cocktail, ;
r point out, Bwana, that there
r
pointed out Moby. TS
might be a question
Mumbling something about get- "Stop pointing, then. And don't
ting the' makings, the host fled the I
interrupt me. He glared. Moby
room It was at least a respite.
subsided. "Why should the censors
Moby said to his companions: I kick?" he pursued. "It ain't the virgin -
"You make to -.
girls an excuse
stuff that makes trouble with the
around the house .
look or something.I'm R "
> x church folks. It's the other thing.
goin' to the mat with our young
"One hundred dollars even it
friend here"
do sn't get by," offered Kelsey withan
The cocktails were consumed in .
an atmosphere of social frigidity. i---::: -- It' unpleasant wouldn't have grin."I your dispositionfor
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Upon the withdrawal of the girls, "Instead ot 'Love Beyond I shall title u 'Virgin Cttort.' a million." This from Marne.

Moby Dickstein turned his gentlestand )
as phony and goofy as you like, andyou'll slipped to him by a secretary; "We can't all be darr-lings.
most persuasive smile upon 'still be runnin' a poor sec- "mine of adaptation and 'interpretation. Said A. Leon in bitterness of spirit V'

Kelsey.uYou're. ond." ." Having'delivered his mind of : "This is the kind of comebacka ..

in a jam, buddy. Any "Is the girl phony, too?" queried this burden, he continued more feller gets for trying to lift the 1706
body with a lower half of a glass "
could see that. What's it all Kelsey absently. briskly; "My first suggestion is a silver screen to a higher plane. Treat your tea towels to this

eye about? Where's the body buried? "Who? The baby with the neat slight change in the title of your "Easy, Bwana, easy!" soothed combination of,simple embroideryand

Tell Uncle Moby. You ain't Tem- eyes? No. She's synthetic. That splendid story. Instead of 'Love Beyond Moby. "This isn't doin' any good. applique, or embroideryalone

than I'm Park Avenue debutante stuff? I Sin,' I shall title it, 'Virgin We got to give your genius a chanceto Pattern 1706 contains a
pleton Sayles more
..... Glunk. Are any?" made that up to fit in with A. Leon's Effort.' What dyou think of that?" operate. You take a half an hourto transfer pattern of six motifs 6%

you idea of her." He grunted cynically."All A. Leon Snydacker fixed his lumi- yourself for solitude and creative IVi inches illustrations of
by
"1 wish I'd never heard the the test-hunters nowadays are. nous look in expectancy upon the thought. ['11 get my dictionarywhen stitches materials; required.
name," groaned its misappropria- exiled I you're against it. I ;
either debs
Park Avenue or author. up propose I Send 15 cents in coins for this

tor. Russian princesses. And the more. "Did you say a slight change?" : a recess. pattern to The Sewing Circle, Nee-

"Well; come on. Spill it. I'll give they look like it, the more prob'le it murmured that gentleman. I "This conference will be resumedat dlecraft Dept., 82 Eighth Avenue,

you a hand. What's the answer?" is that their uncle is the janitor. "Whut-whut-whut whut whut?" three-thirty," pronounced the I New York, N. Y.

Welcoming a chance to get his Your Adelina Ashcan slant mightnot The implication of dissent momen- magnate. Please write your name, ad-
off his the be so far wrong, at that. Though. He retired, his brow already cor-
troubles overtaxed chest, tarily short-circuited Mr. Snydack- dress and pattern number plainly.
The
rugated with thought. secretaries -
bedeviled Kelsey gave a faithful, you never can tell.
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"I that the pic- er."What withdrew. Moby Dickstein
never wrote on "
if slightly over-emotionalized account does the title mean? per-
started after them."You're .
of the plight in which he found ture, said Kelsey eagerly. sisted Kelsey, obstinately ignoringthe "
not scramming, Moby?
"Control the blood-pressure, bud- ,
himself owing to the unforeseen suc- First Assistant's frantic pantomime -
cess of "Love Beyond Sin. The'press dy. And don't get in wrong about protested Gloria. GOOD AT P i i
"Sure. Why not? 1 want a smoke." DRUGSTORES
that gal. She's sealed to A. Leon. I \
whistled
agent sympathetically. "What does yours? inquired ,
"
"Leaving two unprotected girls
Keep off the grass.
Marne."I LARGE ,
tu
alone with Mr. Templeton Sayles?
"It's nothing to me, disclaimed sornE6uW.1
"Now I'll tell you some more," don't know," confessed Kelsey. Marne.
quavered ,
"You she's engagedto
said he, and supplied a succinct and Kelsey.him?" mean "Then lissen to somebody that Moby grinned. "The window's $1.40 }'ofas 3 a..
brilliant of the Templeton does," Moby Dickstein adjured him I
summary When I see you beginning to
open.
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Sayles as written by Holmes. severely. "You were saying, Bwana -
saga she plays her cards right. So ooze out of it I'll call the constable r

"So that's the kind of bird I'm now you know it all. Are you goin', ? ." He dodged a notebook which hingSr + Re

supposed to be, is it?" said Kelsey to be'a pal and stand by, or a heel "I'll tell you what my title means, was the first projectile object to

between his teeth.uThat's and quit?" Mr. 'Sayles. It means somethingepic Kelsey's hand, and went out whistling -

and epochal in the advance of The two girls moved their
what you're cast for. And Kelsey drew a long and dubious
screen art. I have already arrangedfor chairs ostentatiously nearer the
plenty. breath. "I might give it a try. Life Is a Working: Day
this to be All-Class Produc-
", an door."We've.
Kelsey rose, with decision in- "Keno! yelled Moby Dickstein. Life is a short day; but it is
latest idea auto-
tion. But my is my been reading your
'scribed upon his features. "I'll have. greatest. It usually is," he added biography, Mr. Sayles," said the working-day. Activity may leadto
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to ask you to excuse me, said he with reflective complacency. beautygirl."Yes evil; but inactivity cannot be

courteously Thanks to his revealingtalk led to good.-Hannah More.
A. Leon Snydacker was in confer- "That's right, Bwana. It certainly ?
Moby Dickstein performed some ence. With two secretaries and is." with Moby Dickstein, Kelseywas
high-powered cerebration. "If the not to be taken wholly unpre-
several assistants he had taken a Again Mr. Snydacker referred to WNU-7 50-38

fifteen grand doesn't go to you, who floor at Slater's Inn near Moldaviaand his notes. "Presenting, the virginityof pared."I .

does it go to? The guy that" wrote had issued the royal command : genius and the genius of, virgin- think it's sweet," said Marne / -

the story, don't it?" ,to Moby Dickstein and the girls to ity," he announced. "Now you get with a shy and poisonous smi g. SentinelsDon't

"Yes. Martin Holmes." attend him there. He was looking' the trend of my idea. Virgin Effort. "You" think too many things are \,

"Well, does he need the moneyor forward eagerly to the meeting with Virgin 'production. First flower of sweet, growled the suspicious i

don't he? This joint looks like" he Templeton Sayles. genius. Virgin manuscript from'virgin young man. Neglect Them I
"So modest, from Gloria.
might. The not mutual.All author""Huh designed the kidneys
anticipation was Marne. Nature to do a
"He does. And he can have it." those persuasive arts of which ?" said the startled Kelsey. "What a life! from marvelous job. Their task is to keep the
all of flowing blood stream free of
an
"It's true, course. excess of
"Listen bo. I know Dickstein master had "Everything fresh and virginal, The act of
A. Leon Sny Moby was "Just like Casanova. What gets toxic impurities. living--ii/a

dacker He's got to have a Templeton been called into' play to beguile the continued the inspired mastermind."And me is how you managed to be in matter itself-is the constantly kidneys must producing remove waste from

Sayles, and you're the only one supposed author of "Love BeyondSin" a sweet young day-bun-tay as at the time." the blood if good health is to endure.
places same
in sight. If you don't play ball, the to the feast of reason. His star. Is that a lay-out"! I ask you, so many(TO BE CONTINUED, Nature When intended the kidneys there fail Is to retention function o aa!

game is up. Your friend'll never was a mood of dark suspicion. He; Mr. Templeton Sayles. waste that may cause body-wide dis

see a red cent of that money, I give did not know what was coming next, "There's only one word for it," persistent tress. One headache may suffer,attacks nagging of backache dizziness

you my word. Now! Are you goin'to but felt pretty sure that it would averred the fake Templeton Sayles Prefer Green BananasIt getting up nights, swelling, puffiness

see him gypped? Or are you turn out to be for his own worst in- with a kindling eye. Moby Dick- is commonly believed that natives under worn out.Frequent the. eyes-feel tired,nervous all

goin' to stand by? Be a sport" terests. His mental preview of A. stein glanced at him with apprehension pick bananas ripe from the ,scanty or burning paasagta
with Marne with expectancy. trees and eat them. This is quite may be further evidence of.Kidney or
1 could be a sport. But I can't Leon Snydacker was tinged bladder disturbance.
be Templeton Sayles, and 1 won't. distaste. The lively spirits of the "What's that?" queried the grati- wrong, for even' natives pick them The recognized and proper treatment

Not according to the specificationsset two girls added to his forebodings.What fied magnate. while still green and hang them Is vet a diuretic rid of excess medicine to help the kidneys,

out by that idiot of a Holmes." outrage upon his defenselessalias "Supercreational," pronouncedthe up to ripen. The flavor is much use Doan't Pillt. They oogidW moo

"Stay with it a little while," plead. might they not be planning? author solemnly. better in those ripened off the plant than endorsed forty the years country of public over.approval.Insist Are ca

ed the other. "A. Leon's due herein Nor was he reassured by Moby "Ooof I" said Gloria, her ill-placed I than those left on, states a writer in Doan'i.Sold at all drug stores.

a couple of days. You back me Dickstein's mood of tensity, which laugh ruined by the impact of Mo- i Pearson's Weekly. Bunches of bananas [\

up, and we'll put it over on him would have been appropriate to a by's elbow. hang on the stalk upside DOAN SPILLSlIannfl'r. "

He's one of these guys that'll be- boxer on the eve of a championshipbattle. "The very word I had in mind, down from the way they,are usually:

lieve anything he wants to believe. before you spoke," declared A. Le hung in stores to ripen.




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was seeking someone in the neigh- million think.-Byron.
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"Young man, can you pleasetell seem to kiss.-Shakespeare.

n I n Mrs.me which one of these" houses Everyone lives by selling
t ,. stranger.Smith lives in? asked the something.-R. L. Stevenson.No .

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f 3 over there, and it ain't two poundsof The philosophy.. of one cen-
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142 round the corner. Hmm! other.-Henry Ward Beecher.
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2. Which of our states has the pounds and is still growing; he

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tion: "The ladder of life is full of AJVafona.For Genuine
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all?
6. Why, according to Tennyson,
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7.: How many of the bills intro-.
duced in the Seventy-fifth congress
Guard the Tongue
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The turn of a sentence has decided
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the fate of many a friend-
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How do
9. large gorillas grow?
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Jeremy Bentham.

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FUNERAL. 2,560 ,millions. In Europe, 2,372
p .x PAT ? millions. BLACKMANSTOCK

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Three American plants that
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J: EIGHT THE CLEWISTOX NEWS FRIDAY DECEMBER 10, 1038 .I

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Everglades Evens Score'I. own nine yard line. I points in the "Purposes of The I I Large Crowd Enjoys They do not believe except they 'T[ ..

made seven yards and Act." see. They think that nothing can j
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With Tigers In Game then was forced to kick which was First, to protect the welfare (I be, which is not comprehensible by ,1#

,I'I taken by Stone on the forty. Ever- of consumers of sugar ." 1 (Continued from page one) their little minds. All minds, Vir-

Played There Tuesday glades intercepted a pass ,and a The last time that continental wand and the little toys became ginia, whether they be men's 01'1

I penalty set it back on their ten yard supplies of sugar were exhaustedthe i lifeless once more, the Nuns could children's, are little. In this great r

line. Lacy brought the ball to the offshore areas made citizensof be heard singing their Christmas universe of ours man is a mere in ;

The Everglades Gators defeated 22 and then kicked to Clewiston 30. Florida pay in excess of 25 'cents carols. The singing grew strongerand sect, an ant, in his intellect, as

the Clewiston Tigers on the Ever-: Stone made five yards and Winn a pound for sugar, and the price did stronger and the scene changed. compared with the boundless world

glades field Tuesday afternoon by' made ten yards for, a first down. J. not return to a reasonable one un- In the background cold be seen about him, as measured by the in- '

a score of 26-16, exactly the same' i I Winn carried to the Gator; 30. A til continental supplies were 'again Joseph and Mary with their new- telligence capable of grasping the

margin by which the Tigers defeated pass to Owen Finn was completedto available. The present sugar legislation born son and the shepherds stand- whole truth and knowledge.Yes .

Everglades here last Friday the gator 16 as' the game 'ended. .I while granting to foreign ing near. Then came the kings following Virginia, there is a Santa
and the two teams will meet again I '
After the the Evergladesboys
game I \ the star as the singing con- Claus. He exists as certainly as love
here .Saturday to play off the deadlock and their coach invited the excess
I tinued. The carols, "Silent Night" and generosity and devotion exist,
in the last six-man football Tigers and Coach \Vakefield| for a contains no provision for protectingus I and "Joy To The World" 'conclud- and you know that they abound and

game of ,the season.i boat ride to one of the largestof from the same type of extortionat led the program. give to your life its highest beauty

The Gators scored three times in the numerous islands near Ever-
some later date.
wouldbe
The Alas! How dreary
fairy helpers were attractively and joy.
the first half on an intercepted There a weiner and marsh- I
glades. The present Sugar Act imposesa dressed in short white costumes the world if there were no Santa
a completed pass and a 35 mallow roast was enjoyed before
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pass tax of 50 cents per hundred trimmed in silver tinsel. Each fairy Claus! It would be as dreary as if
yard run while jthe Tigers were unable the seven-mile trip back, to the I
all marketed in There
pounds
on sugar wore a tinsel wreath and silver there were no Virginias.

during the half to put over city that ,Barron Collier ,started.i I the United ,Stages. Is this,,protecting sta'r on her head. The Jingle Bellsin would be no child-like faith then,
but touchdown, a completedpass All the boys had a enjoyabletime
one ; very
1 the welfare of of ? tolerable -
consumers the to make
sugar silver"capes and hats topped I no poetry, no romance
from W/aldron to Owen in the and it was a refreshing change '
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by large red bows were equally im this existence. \V'a'should
I Representatives of Florida
22 line. A mile ride. sugar
end zone from the yard from the 140 car I
touchdown for the Tigers through producers, in the Senate Committee pressive.The have no enjoyment, except in sense

on Maid Dolls in and sight. The eternal light with
a run by James Winn from the I Moran Makes- I hearings proposed sugar legis- were 'prIm

Gator 26 came in the third quarterand lation, protested against the imposition little dresses and impish jumping which childhood fills the world

the conversion was good. A J of a tax on sugar, and jacks, in- their green and yellow would be extinguished.Not .

safety accounted for the other two: (Continued from page one) likewise protested against the raiding suits and caps topped with a bell. believe in Santa Claus! You

points. Everglades made their final I produce to the 'American market. of the public treasury for the The "Nigger Doll", the clown, the might as well not believe in fairies!

touchdown on Lacy's 16 yard run. When the Florida winter vegetable I purpose of paying bounties 'or sub- cowgirl doll and the Dutch doll all You might get your papa to hire

season ends then duties become effective -, sidies, to sugar producers. presented a striking Be-I''
The play by play account as noted appearance. men to watch all the chimneys on

by Dick Owen, sports reporterfor I I upon the importations from :I What could provide better protection loved Santa and his wife were dressed Christmas eve to catch Santa, Claus,

Cuba. It is a strange philosophy : to the consumer than'to in their and I
the school follows: j !II as always ,red white but even if they did not see Santa
indeed that provides protection grant to a low-cost domestic costumes.
producing would
what
: Claus coming down,
Everglades kicked pff 'and Clew I for the
intrusion
ball to the against foreign II I area a substantial portionof The players were as follows: that prove? Nobody sees Santa tip-
iston brought the up products of some of the 48 states of
our sugar quota? Fairy Helpers Margie Allen but that is sign there is '
20 line. Not until the I : Claus, no
Tiger yard Union denies that i ir
the and yet
pro Florida's cost of Is
I production 'most real
I Nancy Wright, Sally Graham, Ren- no Santa Claus The
the advance
third down did Tigers
tection to another State. I here
r II as low as any area suppying our nje Lee Gramling, Joan Walker, things in the world are those that
of 8 yards., A kick on the
a ,run and now put in a strong plea for
market and is less than most of
Doris Simmons, Mary Louise Thomas neither children nor men can see.
the I
y'was downed
fourth pl on
the vegetable of South Flor -
three grower them. Yet Forida sugar producerspay Sue VonMach, Mary Katherine Did you ever see fairies dancingon
Gator 39-yard line. Through
ida. He should be accorded
proper the highest wages of any area Dyess, Barbara Bruce. the lawn? Of course not but i
downs Everglades failed to penetrate tariff protection he should likewise -
; supplying the United States market not
that they are
that is no proof
{
'a strong Tiger line but the in Jumping Jacks: Clifford Beatty,
receive adjustment
proper and in addition furnish free hous- imagine
I there. Nobody can conceive, or -
kick on the next play rolled out Lionel Beatty, Richard Hanna, Bob-
the present discriminatory freight
ing, free medical attention, free all the wonders there are
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of bounds on the Clewiston 21. J. I rates "on his products. Fortunately, by Hanna, Charles' Miner, Jack
schools and churches in all planta- unseen or unseeable in the world.
Winn brought the ball to the 32 Davis.
he is now receiving some assistance
tions wholesome recreational rattle
; activities You tear apart the baby's
yard marker. A short pass to through the establishment and operation Maid Dolls: Carline 'Berner, Mau-
and moving pictures. In ad- and see what makes the noise inside -
TValdron over center gained 3 yards of state market facilities.To reen ,Johnson, Lena May Johnson,
dition to this our employees may but there is a veil coveringthe
and Stone ran to the Gator 33 fora my mind, the greatest advant- I Jewette Golden, Betty Sue Emrich,
trade the
in company stores where merchandise unseen world which not
first down. A pass was intercepted of South Vernice Cruel, Shirley Kruger, Corrine -
the
vegetable grower
age
is sold to them at cost.Let's \ strongest man, nor even the unitedstrength
by ,the Gators and downed on Florida could receive would be' the VonMach, Anne Prewitt.
I 'consider another of the of all the strongest menthat

their 38. After two unsuccessfultries opportunity to devote, a substantial "Purposes .of The Act": Jingle Bells: Ouida Johnson, Ma- ever lived, could tear apart. ...

a low pass was. taken, by Junior -i portion of his land to the produc- mie Trice, Harriet Alston, Joan
; to protect the welfare of Only faith, fancy, poetry, love, romance -
Barry who ran: 26 yards withan tion of a staple crop. The staple I those engaged in the domestic sugar Crouch, Grace Ward, June Espen- can push aside that curtain

open field for .a touchdown. A best suited to the South Flor- laub.
crop "
I producing industry and view and "picture the super-

place kick conversion by Harry ida muck lands is, unquestionably, i Wihat protection has the domestic Nigger Doll: Marilyn Davis. : nal beauty and glory beyond. Is

Russell was good. sugar cane. sugar producer received by Clown: Lawrence Guthrie. : it all real? Ah, Virginia, in all this

Kick-off by Everglades which At this point, I wish to remind the operation of this law? I say, I ; world there is nothing else real
Owen took to the Tiger 34. A pass Cowgirl Doll: Mildred Marotti.
you that sugar is a non-surplus I
without fear of contradiction, that, : and abiding.
was completed on the first play in this Over I Dutch Dolls: Nora Ogiesby, ChrIs-
commodity country. in all of its phases, the "Sugar : No Santa Claus! Thank God! He
to: Waldron on the Gator 22 wherehe !I I tine Redish.
70 % of our sugar requirements 1[Act of 1937" has been destructive lives and lives forever. A thousand

was brought down as the quar- come from foreign countries and to the domestic sugar industry.The Members of the tableux were: I I years from now, Virginia, nay, ten

ter ,ended. A pass to Owen on the other off-shore areas. I also desireto I I Secretary of Agriculture, in I Betty McDuffie, Shirley Owen, times ten thousand years from

second play in the new quarterwas Christine Espenlaub, Nadine Andrews -
direct attention to the
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your make
an order issued October 5, 1938, decreed now, he will continue to gladthe
good for the touchdown. fact that Florida is not permitted I I that 25 % of Florida's grow-I Eric Belcher, .Sherwood Hall, I heart, of childhood.

Vaughn's kick was wide. ,Bobby Topper and Henry Chapman.
I to produce even enough sugar to ing cane must be destroyed next I ,-'

Vaughn kicked for Clewiston:: and supply the State of Florida alone.In year. That is a very strange form Nuns were: Florence Graham, June The Kiwanis program next week

the Gators, returned to their own the recent announcement by of protection indeed. Hooker, Leah Richaud, Zena ; Bell will be a gift exchange and after

27.. Lacy ran to the Tiger 38 on Pullen, Edythe Nell Cornette, Kath-
the Secretary of Agriculture of the Let's examine another of the these gifts are exchanged by the
the first play. Two yards were gain- ryn Graham, Julia Ann Oglesby,
sugar quotas for the calendar year "Purposes of The Act": members they will be distributed to
ed through 'center.'\ A 3-yard loss I Maxine Doty, Billie Hooker, Lee
1939 we find that Florida has been to promote the export the needy children of the commun-
resulted on the third down and accorded less than one per cent Pridgeon, Beulah Guthrie and Bernice committee of
trade of the United States ity by a composed (
then in place of the expected punt of the Nation's requirements.To Guthrie. I and
F.
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sugar Suppose we look at the past record B. E. Herring, Tippey '
Everglades passed and Harry Russell bo exact, we are given only of our trade with these for- I Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus were E. ]\1. Cornette. .,

caught the ball for the second capably portrayed by June Hooker
.94% of the total. It is interestingto eign countries' and other' offshore

six-pointer. The kick was no good. note the proportionate quotas extended and Carlton Prevatt. '
areas who are given such an abund-
The kick-off by the Gators was to other areas. I shall read 1- JVOTICK
: of market
ant portion our sugar_ :
taken by Stone and brought backto .
them to : Famous Santa-
you In its Report Number 73, Second Notice is hereby given that L. M. .

the 27. Russell intercepted a Cuba ................................ 28.60 % Series, on Sugar, the United States > I I St. Martin Brown intends to apply to

Tiger pass and was downed on the Philippine Islands ........ 1 15.41% Tariff Commission states that for I the Judge of the Circuit Court for

Tiger 35. Lacy made a 35 yard Puerto Rico .................... 11.94 % the eight years 1925 to 1932, yearsof (Continued from page' 1). !i and Hendry'license County to manage Florida,, for take a charge decree

run for the third Everglades touch- Hawaii ............................ 14.04 % I high prosperity and years of low in full as follows: 'of and control her'" property and to

down. The kick was blocked. Other offshore areas .... .53% become a free dealer in every respect.
depression, with the self-same partsof Dec. 2, 1. 16. 23.
Everglades kicked and .the ball The letter:
\ the world, our balance of trade
was brought back to the Clewiston I 70.52% Dear Editor-I am 8 years old.
was unfavorable in the amount of
31. Pass to Ford netted nine yards. Some of little friends thereis
my say
Continental Beet ,Area 23.19 % one and one-quarter billions of dol-

Johnson intercepted a pass intended Louisiana. ...................... 5.35 % lars. Of this tremendpus amount no Santa Claus. Papa says if

for Davis on the Gator 25. Florida ............................. .94% Cuba was benefitted to the extentof you see it in The Sun it is so.
They failed to make a first downin Please tell me' the truth, is therea
five hundred thirty-three mil-
four attempts and Clewiston
Santa Claus?
29.48 % lions of dollars; the Philippines
took' the ball on the forty J. Winn Virginia O'Hanlon.The .
three hundred seventy-eight mil-
kicked into the end the
zone as editorial:
100.00 % lions; Puerto Rico one hundred y
half ended. Virginia, your little friends are
I nineteen millions and Hawaii one.
Clewiston kicked and the ball wrong. They have been affected by
hundred and millions of '
eighty-six
was brought back to the Everglades I There is sufficient well-drained, dollars. the skepticism of a skeptical age.

35. Doss' made five yards and add-II I'
fertile land in the upper Evergladesarea During the calendar ''years 1935
-----------------------------
ed five on second down. Lacy madea I
alone-that is, the lands skirt-
and 1936 the balance of trade was

first down on a nine-yard run. ing the Eastern, Southern, and still against us. Cuba benefittedby I '
Junior I
Barry made few
a yards and
Western shores of Lake Okeechobee than hundred millionsof
more one

then down.Lacy Russell's circled kick end was for a blocked.touch- to permit the almost immediate dollars; the Philippines by more S& about time to .

production of between 500,000and than eighty millions, Puerto Rico I 6S

Everglades kicked over Clewiston 600,000 tons of sugar. This millions and Hawaii y
by almost fifty ; Remind
goal line. Stone made twelve yards.A ... Of
would be you.
fake reverse failed and Clewiston approximately ten times another fifty millions of dol- 'I 7' YOURINYMEtfT f

the present quota allotted to Flor- lars. All told. the huge sum of two _
was. penalized for
holding. Owen ida and would be less than 9 % of hundred eighty millions of dollars. zs.
covered the punt on the Gator 36.
the annual sugar consumption of Sugar production cannot find its
Stone made 3 and Owen Winn: car- .
continental United States. The '
pro- in Florida's
rightful place prosperity -
ried to 26. A lateral soon
pass carriedto 4
duction of this quantity of sugarin so long as the present, or sim-
the ten
yard line and Stone car-
the Florida Everglades would ilar Federal legislation exists. What
ried'to
the Gator one. J. Wynn car- require utilization of only 10% of should be done? :
ried through for the /
touchdown on
the 2,000,000 highly fertile acres The interests of all concerned, I
the
third
play and kicked the
version. con- in the area. This production would including the consumer, will probably YOU can't afford to procrastinate '

give gainful employment to not less be served best by a policy

returned J'V'inn kicked 25. and Everglades than 100,000 heads of families. eliminating benefit payments, pro-I much longer in starting to save a' .
on An
offside penalty The production and marketing of cessing taxes and restriction on ,continental I of \1.1"-
income..and
set portion invest
qu,' them back to the 20. A quick in the your :
sugar United States
are of
production ,
sugar coup-
. kick the followed third' to the Clewiston 3 Gas presently regulated under the led with an equitable quota system cJJ'PJ; it wisely... during your productive

period came to a "Sugar Act of 1937". The Secretaryof applied to all offshore areas, in- \ The
"Save and Have
close. D slogan/
Stone lost on a line play. Passto RA. years. jSVN i
Agriculture is the Chief Administrator
them
cluding Cuba, permitting on
18. O.O. Winn Winn carried to the Gator of this Act. a percentage basis, to supply the c\\ may be old-fashioned, but the sen.
made \ (

ten. Stone made three.eight Pass yards was to Act The reads purpose as follows of the: present Sugai continental continental requirements production.in excessof sible people that follow it are the

incomplete. Run by 0. Winn failed We'll
meet.
"To regulate commerce among Where would our vast and im happy ones you gladly
by inches
of a first down. On the the several' States, with the Terri- be. .,."
portant automobile industry today ., help with time-tried safe
second play after the ball went over ... you our ,
tories and possessions of the if some 25 years ago, its, pro-

an goal Everglades line fumble behind the United States and with foreign gress had been arrested 'in the and profitable savings plans.

gave Clewiston a safety countries; to protect the welfareof manner in which our homeland sug-

and fifteen two points. Brought out to the consumers of sugar and of ar industry is presently throttled? ::',:

they kicked to 30. Two passes -I those engaged in the domestic If there is today an international "

failed. A ground play carried to sugar producing industry to with respect to
; economic problem Clewiston Federal
13.
Stone made 3
Savings
yards. Pass I
to promote the
O. export trade of the ,sugar, Continental United States
Winn
failed
but tripping penalty j J United States; to raise revenue; did not cause that problem to arise .
on "
Everglades took the ball to the and for other purposes." and, therefore, our people should "
five.
Everglades and Loan Association .iPAtwE
finally' took the Let's consider some oft '. these not be penalized for its solution.: .





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