The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00764
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 8, 1939
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00764
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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1 I S.ar CoperativeIs Organized herePostoffice .1

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The News is being: held*-up a few

' Construction I I hours this week in order that a report ACTION IS TAKEN WHICH WILL RESULT IN

I' the may meeting be _brought of the to our cooperative readersof NEW 6,000 TON MILL FOR BELLE GLADE

Will Start On Monday sugar producers and the banquet to

be given in their honor.tonight byC.

NEW STORE BUILDING OF 1 I Highway Patrol ,



Representatives of radio station C. R. Host "At
The Royal Lumber Company on I I WJNO in Wcs Palm: Beach Ebersbach Bids Low ,
awarded the contract The state highway patrol, com-
for construction of the new post- posed of thirty-two officers has fin- were present at the organization On Road 29 WorkThe Dinner Preceding

building to J. F. ,Tippey, local -' ished the training course at Bra- meeting of the sugar cooperative
last night at the Inn and although .
of the officerswere '
building contractor, and a por- denton and most Meeting

tion of the material is already on given assignments. and were : unable to broadcast the Ebersbach Construction Com-
hand for construction which is ex- on the job ready for work yester- meeting at the time because of pany was the low bidder on 3.718

expected to start the first of next day.The regular programs* made a transcription miles of road surfacing from the ORGANIZATION COMMITTEEThe
patrolman assigned to this of the proceedings which
week. government levee to a point just
75 area is T. J. Reilly who will have ,will be broadcast over the sta- past Lakeport when the bids were seven members of the or-
The new building, 25 feet by 1:30 this Saturday
about (
Street almost his headquarters in Clewiston to at opened Tuesday by the state road ganization committee of the Florida -
Bond '
directly feet, faces across on from the present serve Hendry county and the Lake' ) afternoon. department. The bid was approxi- Cooperative Sugar Association

..- post-office building and adjoiningthe Okeechobee area. WJNO may be reached at mately $110,000 and includes five are: W. C. Lord, Belle Glade; J. E.:
Members of the new patrol will 1200 on jour radio dial. concrete bridge structures across
Royal Store building on the Beardsley, Clewiston; C. R. Bitting,

south. It will be built of concrete I be attired in uniforms of forest The meeting was given good Fisheating Creek. I Clewiston and New York; Josiah

blocks set on a concrete wall foundation green whipcord, with orange bandson coverage by the daily newspapers Formal award or the contract is Ferris, jr., Washington; R.

;' The front will have two their hats and will travel aboutin with representatives present from being held up until Chairman Hale Hooker, Belle Glade; R. E. Kurtz,

,; large plate glass windows with a 14 patrol cars and 22 motor the Tampa Tribune, Tampa of the road department has recovered Fort Mjers:: and J. A. Wells of Belle
double door center opening. The remainder cycles. The automotive equipment is Titn.cslimni:: Herald and Fort from an illness. Glade.
painted cream and black and bear
,of the front ,of the buildingwill Mjcrss News-Press. Several weekly -

be stuccoed. The ,interior will identifying insignia in the' shape of papers were also represented. Lado Is SpeakerAt BOARD OF DIRECTORSP.
an orange. ....
and the floors will be
be plastered
M.:: Cate, Pahokee; R. Y.
\ of Wollmanized wood which will Kiwanis Meeting
Creech, Belle Glade; Clarence R.
make them termiteproofbut
not only Bitting; Luther Jones, Belle Glade;

partially ''fire-proof. Full Text Of Sitting's Talk At I I R. E. Kurtz; W. C. Lord; '''111. J.

Boxes will be arranged in the Robert Lado, instructor in Spanish Rawls, Belle Glade; L. L. Stuckey,

new office very similarly to the and other languages in the, Pahokee; W.: H. Vann, Pahokee;

way they are located in the present Clewiston High School was the Mrs. H. H. WedgeAvorth, Belle

office except that all service win- Sugar Cooperative Organization guest speaker at the weekly meetingof Glade; J. A. Wells; J. E. Beardsley;

dows will be located in the front the Kiwanis Club Wednesday Jay W. Moran Clewiston; Josiah

instead of on the side. Only a narrow evening and gave a most interestingtalk Ferris, jr., and W. R. Hooker.

alley will be left on the side I on the topic, "Spain As I Know
Throughout the four decades of tries.
to permit access to boxes but the It". ,
this century the American people, Like, an old man, who has tasted Final details of the organizationof
front lobby will extend completely Mr. Lado said that he was bornin
through their duly elected repre- and tired of the rounds of the the Florida Cooperative Sugar
cross the front of the'building and Tampa but left there at the age
worked out at a
sentatives have chased will-o-the- world, those in control of our government Association were
1''y'' be about fifteen feet deep. All of ; of eight with his parents who decided held last night at the
wisps., are once again seeking the meeting
the combination boxes now in use to return to their 'former
Clewiston Inn following a
solace of home. On this'ground and
will be discarded in the new office. During the first decade, like a home in Spain. He :was thrilled at
which Clarence R. Bitting, presi-
! this ground alone can be accounted
Steel equipment for the office has boy with his first pair of long trou- the prospect of going ,there and hav-
dent of the United States Sugar
the recent announcement from
been ordered and will be on hand sers, we tried to find success, satis- ing work as he grew older in hisuncle's ,,Corporation was host to more thana
Washington that perhaps something
hnl1rHnis far enough faction and happiness, through try- life
when, the.. : store. But he found that
-------"" -- hundred'Everglades and
might be accomplished for the nation growers
installation. The ing out our suddenly discovered
along to permit in Spain was hardly comparablewith officials.
building is expected to be ready world power, in an attempted im if our people had some rightsin life in America and as he corporation
the ,American market. The most of whom had
perialism. Americans. not, im- group
for occupancy by February 15. went through school he learned
i perialists true Americans cannot Despite the machinations of those signed last year preliminary agree-
little for' the youngman's
with there
conjunction that was
built In
To be
I colonize tropical areas through who would destroy us, as well as ments to join the cooperative and
future except the priesthoodor
is new
the new postoffice a who have created the present acreage of
degredation of other peoples; we those pledged the necessary
south side'making life'and it was while a
the army
building on are still paying dearly for our les- world crisis, in which civilizationis in the cane for the undertaking, if and
the south wall of the post- woman teacher was visiting
use at stake, and ,which endangers, when Congress did away with restrictions -
office as the north wall of that son. village in which he' lived that he of
the second decade, due the dramatic institutions created upon the production
During follow -
The building will be occupied suddenly made up his mind to
building. to ,our idealistic belief that old through centuries of labor, it will sugar cane in, the continental Unit-
the Ben Franklin 5 and that vocation.Mr. .
by be found that their evil designs are ed States voted to continue with
world diplomats meant what they
Lado also explained the po-
the independent
class A store of -
10, a nameda
vain. The qualities of cooperative and
in enduring for the
chain of Butler Brothers to be said, we meddled in European pow- litical upheaval in Spain and the
American civilization contain a board'of directors and an organ-
politics the cost of that crusadeis
Mrs. Elberta Whidden er ; arrival of the Franco regime. Manyof
operated by ,
challenge for high purpose' and ization committee to continue the
. of Punta Gorda, a sister of Post- still with us. his friends, he said, were either
I creative work which brings us face organization.Mr. .
During die third decade our
to death the
master A. W. Sias. Mrs. Whidden is imprisoned or put on
also erecting the building which, bankers sent billions of our dollars to face with extraordinary oppor- slightest pretext and he himself was Bitting, in a brief address

abroad,' which are gone forever, and tunities.In which marked the opening of the
like the post office will cost approximately forced to serve a short imprison-
$5,000. our industrialists transferred to, religion, in philosophy, in ment. Fearing worse conseq'uenceshis meeting, urged the growers, if they

foreign shores and, foreign workmenthe science, in, education, in fiction and parents consulted the American still wished to go ahead with the
This store building will be 25 In drama to be found over-
machinery which enabled are consulate and found that their ''papers sugar cane venture, to begin organization -
feet by 90 feet and fifteen feetoff whelming evidence of the people's to
America, living upon the highest were in order and that they at once to "prove
,Q the back end will be divided into faith in, and' desire to follow, the self-
I'; standards the world has ever known, might return to America if they those in authoritv: that
0 rooms for an apartment. It Is the inherent and traditional ideal of
to terms with the self-control and cooperative
compete on even_ I wished. They did so immediately in help,
i same type building as the postofficebut of starvation and the American way. intend to demand your
products peonage. 1936 and upon his return to Flor- effort you
will make use of the granite- During the fourth ,decade, at the Nations which have never fully ida he entered Rollins College and rights as American citizens." He
like material in the front similar to accepted the concept of freedom and from
insistence of those'who ,had parted said that at the time he knew little referred to the announcement"
that used'in Royal's store. with much of our foreign industrial democracy imbedded in the American more of the English language than Washington ten days ago that all

market, our home' agricultural mar- I system cannot appreciate the "yes" and "no". That he has made restrictions would likely be removedby

Intra-Mural F otballSche.dule kets were presented to foreigners, dynamic force of the American peo- full use of the Intervening time to the next Congress as "a step In

in the deluded hope that such action ple. We, of the United States, learn the language was proven by the right direction". The best legal

Completed would create the need for more know there is no cure-all or quick- the fact that the English he used and technical minds in the cooperative -

factories-probably in foreign coun- fire solution to the problems we in making his talk was flawless field had been at work since

face, and we, the men on the street, He closed his talk by the statement the signing of the tentative agreements -
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r" I Coach Dick Turk has announced the men in the factory, and the that Americans: with' the right to last year, he said, and the

t "\ the following results, of the school Welatka Resumes WorkAt men on the farm, face those prob- speak, to write and to worship as I time had come when definite action

intra-mural touch football for the lems, in a realistic manner. they pleased could consider them- might be taken.

'"t fall of 1939. Teams were picked We are told that one-third of our in the of the largest
A New Location selves the luckiest people P. E. Kurtz: one
from the seventh, eighth and ninth people are ill-clothed, illnourishedand world.J. independent cane growers, was
School and ill-housed. In the midst .of a and
grades of Junior High E. Beardsley made a reportto elected temporary chairman
from the tenth, eleventh and twelfth surplus of many necessities we have Watson, secretary. Mr.
the recent poll Harley
The dredge Welatka, government the meeting on
been denied the right to produceour
grades of Senior High School with taking the chair madea
coming Kurtz, upon
hydraulic machine at work on the of activities for the year
grades disregarded in each class ,own requirements of non-sur- and announced that five membersof few remarks concerning the cooperative -
east shore levee enlargement pro-
and teams made up on as, even a plus necessities. would attend a divisional plan and ,expressed the
has been moved to the north the club I
gram The production of our own requirements -
basis as possible. school in appreciation of the growers to Mr.
Kiwanis training I
end of the work and was scheduledto
Team No. 2 of Junior High was of imported Lauderdale next Tuesday, De- Bitting for his interest and help in
have started work Wednesday.The Fort
that with recordof would permit the reduction of the then called
,winner In group a iehalf of the plan. He
dredge has been shut down a cember 12.
three wins and one tie Team No. supply of those commoditiss now several of the prospective cooperative -
3 placed second with one win, two week because of the danger of operating on a surplus basis and would, make J. F. Greenawalt of Miami ,wasa .on growers to give their viewson
after a number of cases of at the 'meeting.
material inroads in the number of visitor
losses and one tie and No. 3 had the proposed cooperative plan
l., two losses and two ties. dynamite were washed overboard our people who are ill-fed, ill- Short talks were made by Arthur
c from a barge last week.A CAR BURNSA
clothed and illhoused.We .
In the Senior High group No. 1 Wells. Luther Jones, W. R. Hooker,
search still continues for the have been told that the SouthIs
was the winner with three wins and Mrs. H. Wcdgoworth and R. Y.
dynamite and a portion of it has the Nation's Economic Problem, Dodge coach owned by Wm.
one loss. Team No. 2 and Team Creech all of Belle Glade, who ex-
No. 3 tied for second place with been recovered but the U. S. En- when, as a matter of fact, the Na- Johnson of Canal Point was com-be- pressed themselves as favoring diversified -

one win, two losses and one tie gineers are hoping that every bit tion is the South's Economic Prob- pletely destroyed by fire shortly miles fanning with a substantial
of it will be located in a short lem. The South is rich in natural fore noon Sunday about seven in staple
each. a
; :J Road 25. portion of their acreage
1 I The same teams will begin at time. A case of caps was said to wealth. The South is the richest west of Clewiston on crop such as sugar cane. M. U.

once preparing for the intra-mural have been found Wednesday by ; section of the country in fertilityof Defective wiring is believed to Mounts, Palm Beach county agent

divers. soil, rainfall and sunshine, the have caused the fire.,
basketball series and play is ex- also expressed himself as favoringa

petted to start before Christmas. There was no loss of time to basic gifts of nature, which produceall cooperative sugar cane deal if

( (I g A new volley-ball, court has also the contractor on the work, the wealth. The South is rich in ,A1 Shaffer and George Clementsare properly handled and his belief in
.b back in Winter Haven making
will havean 'Arundel Corporation, only the technological wealth, such as farmerContinued
been built and the girJs gov- record-smashing 1940 the ability of the Everglades,
science, skill, organization and man- plans for a --
opportunity shortly to engage ernment dredge suspending opera- 10)
on Page
Florida Orange Festival. (
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Theme Features Toys HouseholdNeujs !I [QUICK '

For U. S. Children This Year Sm

,.,.,: ,,- HUMANITY'S HOPE

"Our nation is made up of myriadsof
people of all creed, all religions, all
races, all tongues. Our form of govern-
ment is the last hope of humanity. Our
democracy must survive. It has sur-
vived. It does not have to he made to
work because it has worked.-U.S. Senator .
H. Styles Bridges.

:4 Qi a tNt Local SuperiorityThe

superiority of some men is
!I merely local. They are great because

their associates are little.-
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Christmas 1939 will be a cavalcade of peace for American kiddies; '\ CHICKSBABY

in his $225,000,000 pack, St. Nick will carry less than one per cent of r. ,, ; r Cripples CHICKS! No Culls(falxvd I We H.avU.guarantee)No f3 90

I military playthings. There will be fewer imported toys, too. Above: ATLAS Live Delivery CHICK I CO.We,St.pay Loul.postage.,Mo. prrlOO p'tptld

Learning by doing is stressed for growing youngsters; chemistry sets will

feature microscopes.
... ..... GIFTS
rv m peotwKyagyw.wwi !+!p.u}: .eH.4" +e vvwh.;gwvx,4 Wi O' ',R; Strange Facts
(See Recipes Below) .

ym Holiday Fruit Cakes ,Add vanilla extract. Place in well- I 1200 Years on Poem I

greased, small tube pan. Bake 40 Thumbers Certified
And CookiesHalf to 45 minutes in a moderate oven
(350 degrees). Blonds for LadiesThe

the thrill of Christmas is in Plum Pudding. Hindu
epic poem, the "Ma-
the pre-holiday preparations. Making (Serves 6) habharata," 'was started in 50C

cakes that are crammed withfruit' Vz cup milk B. C., and not finished for 1,200

and nuts, baking an endless 3% cups soft bread crumbs years, which is probably the longest
variety of cookies to be frosted and"trimmed" 1/4 pound suet (ground) period
.. :. ever devoted to the
;:;,.. 5) J a. ,tt 1pti: :.5 ;: i in true holiday fashion, %
J 5 .:..::. .f}. ,Jna5o..r.3 :::: cup sugar composition of a single piece of
r'Vta'0.' Bt *1f<'':.i::.Ctih'i. ::ai4uae.ttavik,i:.;:ryx..,: ,,.4.}'..;:ii+i1f VfNN&tl: ft21t.4fl: *Ji Et10.iJfJlf '. confections and packing, is gift as boxes much of fun Christmas as the 2% eggs cup seedless(separated raisins) secular The literature.

great day itself! Registered Collegiate
Above: An example of mechanization in toys, a miniature army % cup currants Thumbers, an organization of"certified"
Fruit cakes are a Christmas holi- 1/4 pound figs (cut fine)
made England. Far more popular mechanical farm tractors ,hitchhikers has
toys are now
day tradition. The dark cakes do Vs cup citron (sliced thin)
trucks, harrows, spreaders, mowers and reapers. Biggest item in Santa's improve with age Vz teaspoon nutmeg more than a thousand membersin

bag will be rubber-shod toys, which B. F. Goodrich company surveys and should be 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon about 200 colleges. For the 50-

show will use .1QOOOOOOO.tirestu.ice as many as the nation's real autos. made as early as m 1/4 teaspoon cloves cent fee, one'is enrolled and givena'
U, .. large "RCT" label for his suit-
possible. Theywon't Vs
., teaspoon mace
'W.NN. :. ':, -ce -a: : +'+ t case and an identification card
F'; B, 1 "" f': : : :: 5&i; out if mold or dry % teaspoon salt whose reverse side bears a waiver-
they'reproperly 1/4 cup apple cider
legally ,
releasingthe motorist from
stored. i
Scald milk and pour over bread liability in case of accident.
Wrap the cooled crumbs. Cool. Cream
ground suet]
cakes well in wax / in warm bowl. Add According to organizations that
sugar, cream
paper, then store supply lone women with men escorts
together thoroughly, and add well-
v >: in tightly coveredcans. most ladies prefer blonds.Collier's. .-
egg yolks. Combine these
If you like, brandy or wine two mixtures. Add cut fruits to )

may be spooned over. the cakes at gether with spices and salt. Add

two-week intervals during storage. cider. Lastly, fold in stiffly beaten
White fruit cakes make a pretty con- egg whites. Pour into well-greased Beware Coughsfrom
trast with the dark, but they dry pudding mold. Cover tightly and

out rather soon and should be eaten steam for 6 hours. Serve with hard colds
within a few weeks after baking. sauce. common

r 4i: 2Y Don't forget that fruit cakes, cook- Glace Finish for Fruit Cakes. That Hang On

r o ty ies, and small plum puddings make V& cups water

charming Christmas gifts, especially % cup granulated sugar Creomulsion relieves promptly because -
% G. t A A www.w i.w.eYnx Y Lot: t ,
q r ':' for the friends and relativeswho'll % ounce Gum Arabic (41% tea it goes right to the seat of the
be from home the trouble to loosen germ laden phlegm,
iD UIII$ I away spoons) Increase secretion and aid nature to
Ap holiday. Place sugar and water in a saucepan soothe and heal raw,tender,inflamed -.
Christmas Fruit Cake. and boil to the thread stage (23C bronchial mucous membranes.
No matter how many medicines you
''n (Makes 10 pounds) degrees). Add sell
: 9v .ayrry tvrir!!T" 's s have tried, tell your druggist to
_.. ,}Htc: 1% pounds currants Gum Arabic and you a bottle of Creomulsion with the
0. m
Above: Dolls and dollhouses 3 pounds seedless raisins w heat again just to the understanding way it quickly that allays you are the to cough like,

scaled to life. The 1 pound citron the boiling point or you are to have your money back.
I 4' 1 pound mixed candied fruit y' After fruit cake
c 4f \4f
tot is a model of Netlterlands'Princess 1 pound candied pineapple has been baked, CREOMULSIONforCoughsChestColdsBronchitis

Beatrix. 1 pound candied cherries remove from the
: p 1 cup butter oven and garnish with nuts and

1 cup brown sugar fruits as desired. Then pour the
6 eggs 'Gum Arabic mixture over the fruitcake Share Fortune

4 cups pastry flour in a ,thin stream, and manipulate The best use we can make of"
1 teaspoon baking powder as little as possible in order to good fortune is to share it with

1 tablespoon cinnamon avoid crystallization of the glace. our .fellows.-Julian Hawthorne.

'1 teaspoon allspice Rolled Orange Cookies.

1 teaspoon nutmeg (Makes about 8 dozen)

% teaspoon cloves % cup fat
Vz teaspoon salt '
cup sugar ,
1 cup fruit juice or wine 1V4 teaspoon orange peel (grated)

/ Cut fruits. Cream butter and add 1 egg (beaten) .
5 WifCf.gfre fl sugar. Add well-beaten egg yolks. & cup orange juice i QN SU

Mix and'sift dry ingredients and add 3 to 3% cups flour (all purpose)

Miscellany: Above is an electricallydriven alternately with fruit juice or wine 3 teaspoons baking powder WRLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT 10

r/ (,,. drawbridge, a to the butter mixture. Add fruit. % teaspoon salt

45 v sample of the new "progressive Fold in beaten egg whites. Place in Cream the fat. Gradually creamin
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education" baking pans lined with wax paper. : -
construction toys. the sugar. Add the grated or

i Left: Late ,bulletins from toy- Cover pans with' cheesecloth and ange peel and beaten egg, and gradually Royal Act
steam 5 hours. Then bake hour
i land come from this rotary in a slow oven (275 degrees)one. add the orange juice. Add the 'Tis a kingly action, believe me,,
printing press which is strictly 3 cups flour' baking powder, and to assist the fallen.-Ovid.
in line with recent advances :I II Old Spice Wonder Fruit Cake. salt which have been sifted together.
tt Mix in well, adding more flour it
% butter
of the craft rubber cup
I using type necessary to make dough just "stiff 'Today's popularity
and 1 cup light brown sugar of Doan's Pills, after
plates for economy. Below -
2 enough to roll. Chill thoroughly.Place .
eggs many years world-
s I : Real-life characters portrayed 2 cake flour on lightly floured board and wide use, surely must

'i in dolls. How many can. l/2 cups teaspoon soda roll V inch thick. Cut, and ,placeon .I I be of accepted satisfactory evidence use.

.r.d-. you identify? I teaspoon salt greased baking sheet, and bakein 'And favorable public
opinion that
a moderately hot oven (375 degrees supports
teaspoons baking powder of the able physicianswho
1 teaspoon cinnamon ) for 10 to 12 minutes. test the value ofDoan's

c % teaspoon nutmeg' Lemon Icing. laboratory under conditions.exacting
1 teaspoon allspice 2 cups powdered sugar These physicians, too, approve every wordof
advertising you read, the objective of
% cup sour milk 1/4 cup melted butter I which is only to recommend Doan's Pillsas
% cup citron (cut) 3 tablespoons water a good diuretic treatment for disorderof
the kidney function and for relief of
1 cup raisins 1% tablespoons lemon juice the pain and worry it causes.
4 'sa'y i.i 1 cup nut meats (broken) % teaspoon lemon peel (grated If more people were aware of how the
kidneys: must constantly remove waste
1 teaspoon vanilla extract Mix all together, stirring until that cannot stay in the blood without Injury -,
f.\S ,t Cream butter add creamy. Spread at once. to health, there would be better un-
and beat
sugar, derst,ndlDg' of why the whole body suffers
thoroughly. Add eggs (well beaten). It's fun to have your own collec- when kidneys lag, and diuretic medica-
,. Mix and sift together tion of reliable and unusual tion would be more often employed.
b' I 7 holiday Burning, scanty or too frequent urination -
f all dry ingredients recipes. You'll want to add to yours sometimes warn of disturbed kidney t
%* function. You may suffer nagging! backache
reserving the Christmas favorites I've
,,11 17 Y assem- persistent headache attacks of dizziness
% cup of bled in a specially prepared leafletof getting up nights, swelling, puffiness -
M4 4 if t flour. Add flour under the eyes-feel weak, nervous,
;:; "Holiday Recipes. This mimeo all_played out.
r- ? mixture and sour graphed booklet is available to you Use Doan's Pills. It is better to rely on,
milk alternately for 10 cents in coin.' Address your a medicine that has won world'wide acclaim
on something less favorably
beginning with requests for "Holiday Recipes" to known. Ask your neighbor! .J
the flour mixture. Eleanor Howe, 919 North Michigan

Flour citron, raisins, and nuts with Avenue, Chicago, and be sure to
the % cup of flour which was reserved enclose the coin! DOAN SPILLS
and add to the cake mixture. (Released by Western Newspaper Union.)


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', SUNDAY L European Peace 'Talk Persists ANOTHER Information subjectsThe

!; esson Despite. ,Increase in Warfare; I .. I
D. D.
Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof Questions The Answers

" (Released by Western Chicago.Newspaper Unlon. Is Hitler's Collapse Imminent? '
.I 1. What part of the world's population 1. The Southern'Hemisphere contains

Lesson for December 10 sphere does contain the? Southern hemi- population..but 5'per cent of the world's

(EDITOR'S NOTE-When opinions are expressed in these columns, they 2. Is there a federal or state law 2. No.

Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected are those of the news analyst and,not necessarily of this newspaper.) for the punishment of 3.
and copyrighted by International Released by\Vpgtprn Newspaper Union._ __ stowaway Longest-Esther 8:9.; shortest
Council of Religious Education: used by discovered on' an ocean vessel? -:St. John 11:35.

permission. Visionaries 3. Which is the longest verse of 4. The Holocene. It 'extends
: the Bible? The shortest? from about
Peace in the Wind Scattered generously in dispatchesfrom 4. What is the name'of the geological present time.

LESSON TEXT-Matthew 111630. and subma- Washington and Europe have period in which we live? 5. Several kinds will not, among
Nazi mines
GOLDEN TEXT-Come unto me. all ye Though been suggestions concerning the 5. 'Will all kinds of oil float on them are 'sassafras and wintergreen
and I will rines counted almost two vic- -
that labor and are heavy score water-
peace to follow war. Few English .
give rest. Take yoke upon you and
you my : tims in'10 days (including Poland'shuge
learn of me;' for I am meek and lowly In men or-Frenchmen now believe Ver- 6. What does a broker mean 6. Miscellaneous securities 'of
heart: and' ye shall find rest unto your souls. Pilsudski and Britain's Rawal- sailles was a just treaty; they now when he speaks of cats and dogs? low speculative value.
For my yoke Is easy and my burden is pindi, though the allies reportedly
hope to 'lick Hitler and give Ger-
light. Matthew 112830.
downed 22 Nazi planes in 48 hours,
many a rational post-war settle- I
The response which men and the big news of Europe's war',was ment. Most important, there is grow- 1
make to the preaching of the not conflict. Instead it was the story
women ing talk of a European confederation ; By II
gospel today determines their'destiny of peace efforts, of one mediation whose units might include: HOWSEW' RUTH WYETH

i for time and eternity, just as it after another, of European and (1) Eastern Europeans, encom- SPEARS

did when Jesus was first sending but American overtures first to make passing nations from the Gulf of Fin- !!

His disciples to preach. peace, and then to maintain it. land to Rumania, with Poland dominant -

I. Childish Dissatisfaction (vv..'If>- Venlo ,&Munich 1 A will be happy to learn that No.4.is !

19)). By adding facts and subtracting (2) Southeastern Europeans, ally- it FACE ready for mailing; as well as 'the

Jesus, who was skilled in the art propaganda, neutral observers ing the Balkans to Italy. KNOT 10-cent editions of No. 1, 2 ,and 3. ,

,of teaching, took a familiar scene pieced together a plausible solutionto (3) Central Europeans, drawingthe Mrs. Spears ,has just made' quilt
Catholic German Czech and
from the daily life of the people to the Sherlock Holmes mysteries block patterns for three designs

show how utterly childish was the which burst into headlines after Rhineland peoples nearer to France. selected from her favorite Early

criticism of His enemies. Childrenat Adolf Hitler "escaped" the Munich (4)) Northern Europeans;; an alli- cow American quilts. You may 'have

interest their beer hall November 8. ance of Scandinavian countries. these patterns FREE with your !
play, trying to companions explosion ,
(5)) North Central
Europeans, per- order for four books.
of CORD 'Price of
present a wedding scene Heinrich Himmler's Gestapo mere-
mitting Austria and Sudetenland to e STIFF
great joy with no response. They ly told Germans and the world that remain REI47ff books-10 cents each postpaid. Set
with the Reich.
then try the opposite with no better DRRvt of three quilt block 'patterns without
Biggest visionary of the week EYES
result. WITH books-10 cents. Send, ordersto
none less than Prime Minister Nev- USE SOWIRE. Mrs.
CRAYON Spears, Drawer 10, Bed-
The enemies of Christ were just ille Chamberlain: "A war aim .DRAW ft ford Hills New York.
like such children, and His enemiesare means defeat of our enemy, the defeat UP TIGHTLY AN ,
the same today. Opposition to of that aggressive, bullying

the gospel likes to clothe itself in mentality If the German peo- CO MANY readers have asked

learned phraseology express itself .,; ; i A ple can be convinced that spirit is for' more spool ideas after see

in the terms of dignified logic, 4 bad .they/will abandon it ing the directions for spool shelvesinSewing CLOTHESPINNOSE ,
but in fact it is but expression
an When we have achieved our war Book No..3. that I.know

I of personal feelings encouraged by aims, we can-.establish a new ,Eu- you will love making these
the devil and altogether like those oft rope, a Europe with a new spirit amusing, toys.
disgruntled children. Not often doesit In such Sensational extra help for colds .
a Europe it would be The ;
two for the doll'sarms '
spools -with Luden's! These famous ;
show its true nature in a forth- recognized that there be lasting
can no
are strung'together with cough drops not only help
right expression of unbelief and in- peace unless there is 'a full and 'cord. Start with these then bend Boothe throat,' but release a _

fidelity, for it. prefers to hide be- constant flow of trade In such menthol vapor-which,with
the body wire over the center of breath, j
hind some self-righteous criticism every helps penetrate..' ;
a Europe each would .hav'ethe
country the cord. Run, both ends of the clogged nasal passages, helps ""t
which it can level against Christian ? '
unfettered right to choose its wire through the two relieve "clothespin nosel"LUDEN'S '
body spools,
people or against their faith. form "
of internal
own government.
then the wires and run them
Why not be honest, unbeliever who 50 -
American HandAt through the spools for the legs.
lines and tell the truth
reads these
Bend, in, flat loops for the feet. Menthol Cough Drops '
about your reasons for failing to Washington the state depart
Twist, (wire around the bonnet
accept Christ. When you do that t ment found the cause of international -
spool:'and fasten to body'tightly so
you will find that they are not rea- .HIMMLER AND HITLER peace a good argument on whichto the bonnet tips up at the back. EnthusiasmEnthusiasm

; sons at all but only excuses, and Where does Goering stand? hinge its plea for renewing the reciprocal Cut a face outof, a fashion magazine is grave, inward,
there will then be hope for your repentance trade treaty act, which expires -
'or draw and it self-controlled excitement
one mere
paste on ;
I 4 and conversion. two! British intelligence officers- next June. Assistant Secretary '
(J) the .
.front of the bonnet spool. Thedr outward.-Sterling.
fl. Deadly Indifference (vv. 20-24). Capt. .Richard Stevens and Maj- George Messersmith indicatedthe ssjs of two straight pieces '
Sigismund Best-had been seized for administration considered its ; ;
Rejection of Christ may be and the bright sash and bonnet ribbons -
}. all too often is simply indifferenceto aiding in the Munich explosion, for 'treaties a basis for lasting peace, match.One J
( which a German named Georg El- when Europe's war is finished. Next \ A GREAT BARGAIN
and work. Jesus
His holy person end is cut. off the spool for
awful ser had subsequently been arrested.By day Secretary Hull himself jumped
pronounced an judgmenton the dog's head. Bend the wire
implication, Himmler admitteda into the fight, indicating he wouldn't";"
the cities which had been hon- over the whiskers, then run both.
minor anti-Hitler movement in be content to postpone the renewal
ored by His presence and His great ] ends' through the head and neck
works, and which should have been Germany, but by ,.the time Nether until after'1940's 'election, even spools. Run one end through the 5O Cups for 16 Cents
lands and Britain,''got through with though the 22 agreements already!
; awed by His message and power two then both
Ask Your
I of leg spools, through Grocer
the story it looked like Hitler was made could be continued without
Him '
but which had passed. by in the body; and one through the
skating on thin ice. congressional vote.
bored indifference. back spool. Twist together around
At the Hague, the Dutch newspaper1
These again are typical of count- 'POLITICS : the 'tail. Hold to Right ,
Het Yolk
charged a Belgian
less thousands who today comfort ,NOTE: Readers who are now Hold by the right, you double
neutrality officer had been killed No-
themselves by saying, "I do not op- vember 9 when Best and Stevens Forecast"If' using Sewing Books No. 1, 2 and 3 your might.-R. Browning.:
pose the Church; I'm not against ; he another
abducted from Venlo where puts forth' big
were deficit
Christianity. I just don't take .
any \
had been spending program, you can.expect
they. carrying
on ne-
position either for or against." By peace be a third-term candidate. If he goes in] l
with "anti-Hitler leaders"from
so doing they have declared themselves for economy, he will not be a candi.
to be against Christ. Jesus Germany. Identity of these' date." ,

1 I, said, "He that is not with me is "leaders" remained a mystery that Alf Landon, 1936 'G. O. P. presidential More Puffs Pack. and \
Heinrich Himmler would give his per !!
against me; and he that gathereth this forecast
right arm to solve, for many Ger- about Franklin
( not with me scattereth abroad"Matt. last au
( 12:30): Let not such think mans know he is a fervent Nazi tumn. It was hauled from mothballs

for a moment that their judgment who looks suspiciously on Field Mar- when the President, after per- More Mildness Coolness

r shall be less severe than that of shal Hermann Goering as a poten- mitting the treasury. and a few.
tial Hitler foe. ,
I the cities of Chorazin and Beth-
I ,, saida! In Britain it 'was claimed that

Georg Elser was merely a concen-
i III. Childlike Faith (vv. 25, 26). tration I
b camp prisoner who was
God the Father and our Lord Jesus "seized" for the record; that the and Flavor withSLOWERBURNING

Christ have a great and loving Munich bombing had really been .

interest in the touching beauty of planned by Himmler, as an excuse

I, the faith of a child. The unques- for making wholesale Nazi arrests .

tioning dependence,,the absolute as: and thus weeding out revolutionists

surance of the child heart, these are -possibly including Herr Goering. '

the things that receive an answer Whatever the true facts of Venlo, .

from the Almighty. Munich, Best, Stevens, Elser et ai,
This is not intended to reflect in it was obvious Nazi Germany was

I, any way on those who may have worried by an underground antiHitler -

learning, wisdom and power but who movement which has roots in

,. with all have maintained a childlike dissention following the wedding of,

humility. God knows them and honors Nazidom and Communism. !

''t and uses them. The point we

do want to make is that all too .
...w./ ;.:.!J.'; ;}?':.""' '}"
often learning and standing in this 'h I":
,, world are a barrier between men ':r N}A 'M E S'h:1';; *?{ .
., ., ,. : .. i' '
.M" '' / {>:
and God simply because men put ; ALF'LANDON

their trust in these things and not L 1idiai1 'iie No spending, no running?
in Him. It is always a serious mat- !
ter when a man permits his God- "spokesmen" say their say about

; given ability to think, to come be- Martin Dies, maligned head of taxes, made his own speech at SLOW protects BURNINGCAMELS natural

tween him and God. What folly it the un-Americanism investigating Warm Springs, Ga. Public reaction FAST BURNING qualities that produce

is to expect the infinite and eternal committee, demanded that the : to the no-new-taxes feelers had been -taste creates in smoke.hot flat.. mildness,
administration co-operate in the good, and it was especially clear thrilling taste frogronce. -
God who made all things, including ruins delicate flavor ...* cooler
the brain of man, to in turn pass inquiry or take the responsibilityfor i that the administration would have ,aroma. smoke... By burning 25%
through the narrow compass of finite killing it. Said he: "I'm worn trouble.forcing congress to levy new
L. thinking. out It's been a head- taxes and at the same'time increasethe slower than the average

ache ." national debt limit. In such a of the 15 otherof

IV. Restful Companionship (vv. Harry Woodring, secretary of position, the President wisely 'said the largestsellingbrands

27-30). war, announced he was proud to little and left the '''problem up to
'1 A study of the theories and philos- have been governor of Kansas, congress and the people. tested...slower

: ophies of this world leads only to and the only Kansan ever named His statement: That national defense than any of them-

: j unrest. Bewildered and unhappy' is to a cabinet post, "but the only outlays for the 1940-41 fiscal :: CAMELSgiveasmok
: the man who puts his trust in them. real accomplishment is for a man year will be increased about $500- d .
But in Christ the and belabored (total ing plus equal to
weary who was a bachelor governor six 000,000 : approximately $2,200-

human soul will find perfect years ago to be expecting a fourth 000,000) and that emergency defense

and eternal rest. Why thendoes baby. That's something." taxes might be necessary. But the fM" ?. ,

l ," : -the mass of men reject Himto Harry Hopkins, secretary of people, he said, should decide whether EXTRACOSTLIER
go on to wander in despair? drive to finance it by borrowing or by
commerce, opened a to re- 5
The rest which we find in Chris f move interstate trade barriers new taxes. That left the problem
is not a useless ana inactive repose squarely up to congress, with the SMOKES
v I, which, he said, constitute a serious 1
, I Far from it. It is a blessed yoke President taking a sidelines seat
1 threat to the nation's ';
economic -
I fellowship with Christ in carrying life. like an old man who is ready to TOBACCOS PER PACK!
forward His work. leave the spotlight.





PAGE FOUltTh I that end until time permtis vous was the beautifully appointed ."- .iI

News 1 porary nature of the president's ac- ................................... .......................................................... .....1 a more personal reply.In \Tavern or club car where buffet /
Clewiston could be
tion. Because the quotas spite of the blow-out patches : lunches and drinks were served.

)restored just as quickly'as he wiped Too Late To Classify the doc plastered me with I was Just as inviting was the luxurious

Published every Ffilday In CICwlston NEWSIna them out |the Clewiston people able to take advantage of an invitation observation car, equal in every respect -

Florida by the CLEWISTON 1 have been 'wary of steps which I By RUSSELL KAY: from Senator Loftin to join to the finest that Pullman has

... might leave them out on a limb. .:..:..:..:..:.. :..:..::.:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:.:..:-:. his party on the Florida East ,CoastRailway's to milling offer.about Among or holding the dignitaries dovn'the
for the -
Editor been waiting streamliner, \
'KEATHLEY BOWDEST, What they have new lounge chairs were
I that the M. Flagler", on its prer
is more definite assurance After reviewing my "Gal Fri- \"Henry Jacksonville to Senator Loftin; Jerry Carter Sena-

Entered as second class mail Office matte In r I I country is through with the folly day's" column last week I've about I inaugural run from tor Jess Parrish, Mayor Walter Fra-

February Clewiston 1,Florida 1027. at under the Post the Act_ot:I of killing its little pigs plowing concluded that it is a waste of time I Miami.And I want to tell you folks it ser, Harold Colee Mayor Ed Sewell.

March 3, 1807.Subscription. third row of cotton modern:and and many others.
with a train'
under every be struggling of a
for me to' is a peach this months daily .service -
I Beginning
farmers for not plant- customers in every' respect
and paying the up-to-the-minute
Year. column and annoying between New York and Florida
Per advantages "
Untc $2.00 coach passengers '
Signs of that assurancearc she can affording ,with these splendid -
ing crops. with my puny efforts when : those will be maintained
Advertising Rate. On Al'pl cntloJl. now coming from Washingtonand and comforts beyond streamliners operating'over
do so much better. trains and'at fares new
west. Heretofore found Line
I points Atlantic Coast
said about: the Kay I low. the
What she ridiculously
advancement and vrcl-i fought, Virtually alone againstthe I that are the Florida East Coast.
Devoted to the has' : i ceremoniesat and
to really
Hendry County in position :
and family being a, : service
Clewiston low-fare
of consuming deluxe
faro This new
I Station
sugar quotas. TWO Thanksgivings is the Jacksonville Terminal,
appreciate demand and
passively on our meets, a popular
has been 'boarded
I public indeed true and we are mighty about 200 invited guests increase tra-
Don't forget Christmas seals! on side but ranged against us have thankful to have come through the, the swanky train, each assigned to bound to substantially The enterprise of
letters written dur- been the department of agriculture well did. ,This reclining seat in one vel to the state.
or as we
cards, parcels control fixation; the experience as a the roads serving Florida: in. providing -
with its crop all-steel coaches.
double somer- luxurious
of turning of the
ing the next few department' of state with the lit- business all and keeping this splendid equipment
saults in an automobile But assigning : all Flor-
Clewiston will celebrate with tle brown brothers of insular pos- it's cracked up to be, even if it. is people in them was something else' should be' appreciated
All reciprocal
: sessions to look after; toy, every- idians.
with a new
of "cracked up". for like a kid
completion plenty gatheredat
Postmaster Sias the tariff interests with their'eyes on I the train Enthusiastic delegations
a pretty wanted to inspect
Since Jeanette gave you one
line to greet
commodious will buy along the
the and more what sugar-import money milling down the stations
new accurate ,description of the wreck, and folks began
to be started in return; and a substantial element throughit had much more the train and its distinguished pas-
postoffice into that-going aisles before we
I'll not
go 10)I'
which Continued' on
next week. I in the into industry contentment by is enough anyhow I'm back in I than taken off. The popular rendez- (
been few
circulation again with only a

The new road, patrol is now at benefit payments-the money for not the cuts and bruises and while Mrs. Kayis
is government pays growers still in the hospital with a bone
of the patrolmen is I
and one whateverIt
work planting cane or be-
splinter that will have to mend I
to be located in Clewiston. Let us Uncle Sam wants to manipulate. fore she can do any "steppin' out", BOWLING '
hope that he is successful in curbing I I I All of these forces:: haveup backed to report that she is
I'm happy
some of the bad driving prac- I the quota system and made it comfortably and making'
tices current in the lake section. politely impossible to repeal the ami a health builder.
toward recovery. recreation
conspiring to progress Is an amusement, a
I law. But events are for
Mis- Chiefof Both of us are truly grateful exercised in a year around game.
Tech and combination. muscle is
be Georgia this Every
It's break up hundreds of 'phone calls telegrams '
souri in the Orange Bowl and at I these events is the war. It is the letters, flowers and gifts BOWL IN CLEWISTON AT
will be in warning that in
all-American daily
least one serving as a in from all over
action. Clewiston fans expecting to I this world of sin and sorrow the the that state.have Certainly poured no one ever had A and B Alleys

attend should remember that there I United States had better look out loyal and thoughtful friends.It .
and' have
are not too many seats left for itself; and in particular hasn't been possible for us to 2:00 m. till
it can
as pos- needs where
reservations as soon what it
make sugar acknowledge these many
sible. \be had without running the gauntletof and expressions of cheer, and friendship I
one thing
magnetic mines or mustserve
as yet and so this column
SUGAR COOPERATIVE ISBENEFIT another.-Ft. Myers News-Press.: I
:- ; "

At a dinner-at the Inn tonight

Clarence R. Bitting, president of \

the United States Sugar Corpora- MI r!
the thAE14
tion is expected to urge upon

members of the proposed Everglades \
sugar cooperative who will be his

guests at the dinner immediate ,or-
ganization steps so that if the "all-

clear" signal is given by Congress,

as is expected, the organization will
begin to function without undue
loss of time.
The contemplated action of the

cooperative should bring lasting

benefits not only to the Evergladesarea ,JI
but will be reflected in benefits -

to all of Florida. Some 30,000 I

acres of winter vegetable lands' will

be taken up with the growth of

cane'which will materially .
sugar x14, I
:{j i..r'rJ ; .v.....
reduce the volume of shipmentsfrom

the Everglades area each year.

This should have the effect of

creating higher prices in those

other winter vegetable producingareas ?''
of Florida and result in very

material benefits.
This is in' ,addition to the thou-

sands of laborers who will be put

to work in the new cane plantations

and in the new sugar mills which

will be created thus greatly reliev- : '

ing the unemployment situation ol 'Y'MlY'rYYL?n tit'xiI :

the state and creating a new and
lucrative market for the state., "

The the phenomenal United States success Sugar achievedby Corpo- '.. if 2:

ration in its comparative short ex- 1. : : ;

istence has done much for the'state

of Florida. The sugar cooperativeand
further future expansion of the

industrywill mean so much more

and it is not ,difficult to visualizethe

Everglades sugar industry one

of the leading industries, of the The Special De Luxe Sport Sedan, SS02
state within a very few .years.GANGWAY .

Everybody knows, it takes fine features ,
to make fine cars! And

Florida's sugar situation bright- Chevrolet for '40 is the only car in

ened up a lot with reports from the low-price field that, has all the

Washington that federal agricul- 4 A fine car features pictured at the left!

tural officials are, at, last looking .. ,, : ,{ : this brilliantly r
with favor on the removal pro- -
duction restrictions. As their atti- r= ; < = engineered Chevrolet is the longest

tude is said to represent widespread of all lowest-priced cars-it's liThe

sentiment among continental pro- ]J n Beauty Leader"-it. has a degree of
ducers it would seem that thereis a good chance to get action at EXCLUSIVE "THE LONGEST OF THE LOT" driving and riding ease all its .own-
NEW "ROYAL CLIPPER'STYLING front of grille to reor of body (181 inches) Chevrolet out-accelerates and
From definitely
And and it
the coming session of congress. VACUUM-POWER. SHIFT for 1940 i< the longest of all lowest-priced canl
If that happens-gangway for the : out-climbs all other cars in its price
"' "}>Y { ;
Everglades! :: .r5 range Small wonder, then, that
At the Clewiston area it I '
operating without any limitation of >> i it is also out-selling all other new

production, President Roosevelt cars for, '40. .,. Eye it, try it, buy it;

having taken the lid off when retail and you'll be thoroughly convinced
sugar prices started scaling with ,...<. : <.:--.t<.:t a ...:,<,: FIRST Again!'! ,
( : <: "Chevrolet's
:4{>:. ,
'>'. :::<::. .>:."" : .,:..... ',' =>*: that J
the outbreak of war. What he did }

congress enacted to divide domestic BRAKES: VALVE-IN-HEAD ENGINE \
HYDRAULIC AND UP, *al Flint, Michigan
consumption among continental andoffshore Transportation based on roil
producing areas. This allowed -' $ rafei, state and local' taxes (if

all the the Clewiston sugar industry it could to which produce &t.e I t 1 ALl| I t.: o Bu.q It I 659 any occenorief lumper),to optional change guards-exfro.-equipment without exfro Pi ici on notice MorCOMPANY lubfecf and--.

is what Florida ,has been arguingfor. fer 45 Strut.
Chevrolets are Shipped to

The advantage, however, was
more theoretical than real. In the

first place harvest time was nearing MOTOR
when the quotas were suspended so ,

that little acreage expansion was I 0

possible. Also various labor, mar-
keting and other restrictions re- I Clewiston Floridau
mained. But tho chief deterrent to '
', r'L.
'substantial expansion was the tens .

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1039 .. -.. __ ,--

-i i i white performers in the United poles and giving a full view of printing of a new weekly which has Some things from which she'd

Van Arnam Funmakers the stage to every occupant of the met with success and hearty approval shrink.*

I States and Canada. 1000 comfortable seats. The per- throughout the state. This And if we have-why not resolve '

To Play Here Monday The Funmakers is a vaudeville, formance comes to Clewiston for approval has been voiced not only To let the future see

I: variety and musical comedy show one night" ; 'only, Monday, December by members of the Catholic faith, The clean and upright child again

made of stage, screen and radio but
up 11th. by many prominent Protestantsas
] Funmakers, orchestra, a chorus of That she would have us be? ,
f John Van Arnam's stars, a fine well. The title of the paper is
vaudeville Her sorrow as we parted then
which will show at the Tent Theater beautiful girls and 15 "The Florida Catholic" and it is
ti: of 50 jgflKISTMAS SEALS Perhaps we've travelled far and
near the City Hall on Monday acts given by a company peo- published every Friday in Miami. wide .
ple. It will feature the south's favorite There is a complete set-up of Cath- s
evening is the successor to the popular 'Tis only God can tell.
I "Honey Boy Minstrels" by which black face olic news, international, national,
Van Arnam has long been noted. Watts, the Georgia Cracker". and local together with a system A mother's fond caress!

The minstrels were for eight years The new tent is the latest in dealing with the ,exposition of Catholic For such a resolution must

r, the only minstrel show given by modern designing, having only 5 doctrine. The editors report Bring earthly happinessAnd -

I I _n_ that numerous individual subscrip- after death, at God's own

tions have already been'. receivedand Throne,

in, addition to the individual Rev. Lawrence J, Flynn.

CLEWISTON One Night OnlyFEATURING .f subscriptions the paper is being sold

i at all churches In Florida each Sun

I t' Near City HallMonday H day after services. Edward Prescott, .

! December Cattleman Dies


Edward Prescott, 6 4-j ear-old
( .' Friday evening devotions at
: Hendry county cattleman, died
Saint Margaret's Catholic ,Church 1
I t Tuesday at the home of Mrs. J. M.
I have met with such successful attendance -
Parrish at 1918 in Fort
I'I'I Broadway
that Father Flynn has inaugurated -
I I:, Help to Protect Your Myers where he was taken several
. similar devotions at Saint
i days ago upon becoming ill. Mr.
TuberculosisF Church, Pahokee.
Hone from Mary's
\ Prescott survived by his wife,

These devotions, which begin at Mrs. Carmen Prescott, a daughter,
f Deane Duff, Clewiston has,
r eight o'clock on Friday nights herein Edwina, a brother, George Prescott,
been appointed chairman of
the all of LaBelle, and two sisters, Mrs.
f! Clewiston, consist of special
Hendry Tuberculosis <
I county Committee I
Estelle Weatherford of Fort
I prayers in honor of the Blessed Virgin -
by G. E.
Therry, presidentof
I and Mis. Radford Howard or"La
I under" Her title of "Lady of
Health Association Tuberculosis Mr. and' Perpetual Help", prayers for world I Belle. Funeral services were held
Duff has
u IF
u n been peace and Benediction of the Most at 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoonat
working plans for the local
F B est on I Blessed Sacrament. Practically all the Fort Denaud cemetery with
o tt
#HoF campaign 'opens ThanksgivingDay "
CHORUS members of the parish have been the Rev. O. O. Roberts officiating. }
November 30 and closes Christ-
attending these devotions which Spooner and Englehardt had
nnjest mas Day. Letters seals
charge of arrangements.
have proven themselves a great
were mailed Thanksgiving to
source of spiritual and temporal
of Hendry ,count .
help and consolation.
AT POpuIAG pGi ES Shown above is the 1939 Christ- I IIS TIIK CIHCUIT counT OF TIn
At Saint Mary's Pahokee, each TttKLJ'TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP
mas Seal, designed by Rockwell J'LOItIDA IAM) VOlt IIE'tDH\:
Kent, internationally famous artist. I Wednesday evening at eight o'clocka COLM'1. IN CHANCERY
The South's Favorite Black Face< Comedian : similar program of services will
"It is
thought this seal, quite aside
be conducted Father The CASE NO. ,
by Flynn.
COTTON WATTSTHE T from the distinction of the artist, I CLEWISTON REALTY AND DEVELOPMENT -
I public regardless of religious be-
I will receive warm popular approval CORPORATION A Florida
: GEORGIA CRACKER lief, is always welcome. corporation,
a public made .
especially receptive Plaintiff,

t} .; I. to modern art trends ,by the
./ two great World Fairs, in San his wife, et al,
Francisco and New York", said Mr.: Defendants.
Duff.'i Through death's dark valley willingly ORDER nnQUIRl>DEFENDANTS

t5 IN N15TQRY "It Is the unanimous opinion that TO: P. W. HALL, if alive, and 'if dead,
N She her ,
FAMOU fought weary way
the seals to his unknown heirs, devisees, lega-
introduced few
I corner a With tired, yet courageous smile, v tees or grantees, and Mrs. P.' W. Hall,
essential to the edu- his
years ago are wife
I To bring: us light of day. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED th.ita -
II cational value of the ChristmasSeal
I suit has been brought against you
:, .' Sale. Since this year' there is And when our startled infant cries to quiet and confirm the title of

\ no copy of the seal itself, it seems Did rend the stilly air, Corporation Clewiston Realty, a Florida and corporation Development as

I fitting to incorporate, as a center 'Twas she who silenced every sob, against you, and each of you, to the

i block, of four seals, suitable greet- Who banished every care. following Hendry County described, Florida real property to-witr in

ings and educational statements", Lot 14. Block 173, as per General -
Mr. Duff continued." Came childhood years which swiftly Plan of Clcwiston. Florida, according -
.- rI" to Plat thereof recordedin
', : -: Funds: raised from the, sale of passed' Plat Book 2, pages 7 to 14,
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(: .' Like birds upon the wing; Public Records of Hendry County,
Christmas Seals conduct, a _,year Florida.
But always she was at our side
(; round educational directed IT IS ORDERED that you
program To take from life its swing. each of you are hereby required to
toward the prevention of tubercu- appear in the Circuit Court for Hen-
( Florida, at LaBelle, Flor-
dry County
-ncll'H3ME losis. This' program includes such The lessons which we learned from ida, and file with the Clerk of said

SWEET HOME'This services as, testing school children, herThroughout" Court your written appearance (per-
sonally or by attorney) in said suit
01NN x-raying suspect cases, assisting pa- those tender years on the first Monday in January, A.
tients in being admitted to the If heeded later on in life- D. 1940, being the 1st day of said
was the home of John month and thereafter to file with ,
:I( I State Tuberculosis Sanatorium at Could save us many tears. said clerk your written defenses, if

I : Howard Payne, author. of one NOMQ Orlando, medical research, dissemi- STJ 'lUlBldUIOD! JO Hlcl! am O 1 'XUB
Sustained by her undying love amended, in said suit at the time prescribed -
nation of health education informa- '
of America's best loved songs by law.
tion and materials, conducting We rose to man's estate; : Herein fail not or judgment will
Her sacrifice of self for us be. entered against you by default,
Let help achieve the security training courses for public health : .IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that
us you workers and may other needed ser- Did never once abate.. 'tlils order be published once a week
:for four consecutive weeks in The

: and comfort of a home of your own vices. Too soon, indeed, the day arrived, Clewiston eral circulation News, a in newspaper Hendry of county gen-,

We kissed her, said farewell; Florida.
I r CATHOLIC CHURCH PRINTS Since that eventful day; DONE AND ORDERED at the
NEW WEEKLY PUBLICATION Clerk's office. 'City of LaBelle. Flor-
But don't forget that mother love ida this 30th day of November. 1939.

Clewiston Federal Savings Rev. Lawrence J.. Flynn, pastorof Has followed all the way! Clerk Hendry Circuit County Court Florida..

Saint Margaret's Catholic Church, 'Twould do us all a world of good EVANS, MERSHON & SAWYER

announces that the Catholic Churchin To stop right now and think Miami, Florida.

i and Loan Association Florida has undertaken the I If in the past we may 'have done I 200-Dec.Solicitors 1-8-15-22.for Plaintiff

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-. 1&llillmlll il, ilfll mlllmlffiW! I ill !i1iliiTi mmlr( rnlrnh!! JUNIOR G. A.'S MEETINGThe nounce that articles of wearing apparel of Saint Margaret's have, been askedto
-- I Wg for the poor or ,needy may be give whatever articles they are
NEWSEditor WITH .HE Junior Girls Auxiliary met obtained at the parochial 'residence no longer using....These likewise will
SCHOOL at Mrs. Hodges' home Monday af -
;i Churches ;; ternoon. Mamie Trice gave the devotionals any morning except Sunday from be given .away. ",
and a Christmas party was nine until twelve, beginning December Father Flynn wishes it to be :distinctly -
._........ Dick Patterson
il'lw.d planned to be held at the home of 15th and continuing until understood ,that this is no
Assistant Editor .... Doris Hodges L !lffilli/ID/ '
_6 lllp1111 i Joan Walker on December 19th.
I such date when. the supply. ,is ex' proselytizing project, and membersof
_.. Dick Tarleton : I
Assistant Sports Editor Sports Editor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Present were Joan Walker, Doris hausted., ...11, any, faith are urged to feel free

Louise Leiter I I Simmons, Mamie Trice, Betty There will .also: 'be a supply of, to ,come and receive clothing. The

Society, _........ Marie Robbins H. G. McLeroy pastor Stough, Wilma Jean Tingle, Norma toys for deservjng poor" children. x only,.requisite is that they be deserving -

Features and Clubs, Julia Oglesby Sunday school 9:45, a. m. each Busscll, Wanda Jean Shelfer, Ql ida :Every. year- aUieiFlynn has cases. No questions will' .. be

Humor ..._...___... Ed Yon Mach Sunday.. B. E. Herring! Supt.. Johnson. written
friends ,
to in parts asked and
Advisor ............_.......... Mr. Lado Morning preaching 11 a. m. Sermon ,' : % T various [ no personal or religious
of the c )Untrt6 send him their, investigations made.,
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--. -' '- -..". -..-.- Baptist Training Union. ,615.: i CLOTHES, TO 'I'HE'NEEDY,. discarded clothing, and the responsehas The clothing'and: toys ''will be
: placed in a room adjacent to the
Arch Hodges, director. : always, been favorabl Men's,
Editor's Note"Nature's worship begins at 7:30.: II Rev. Father Lawrence J. Flynn, women's and children's apparel will garage in the rear of the rectory
Fault", the short storyin Evening where folks can feel free to go and
of Saint ,Mllrgar ts, Catholic be .
pastor on hand.
last week's issue was written by ,Pastor's message will be Regaining : : "ot.* *. \ look around without being'. subjectto
Leiter. The Powers, ,of God". I Church has:asked.,f the News to'an- This- year, at least; the .members an investigating'committee.LUBRICATES'UPPER .
Edna 'church 'c,1, t __ _____ '7"? ._-.' ,of .. .
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Sunbeams meet .t" --------- --------
Dick Patterson. ;! -,:;.;.,, ... >
Monday 3 p. m. Mrs. Heiman. Davis ", : ), ,II It
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Glee Club counselor 'r'X XInterhMediate 1 '

The school glee club under the G. A.'s }meet Monday -

started direction practicing of Miss for Steinholtz the Christmas has counselor.3:30: with Mrs. H. ''G., McLeroy, I T DoYou :: DAVE TROUBLEON HILLS ?

program. The program is to be an Junior G. A.'s meet Monday 3:30 I

operetta and all the grades will par- I with Mrs. Arch Hodges, counselor.

ticipate. The Christmas program is jl I Choir practices for special Christ- I .

usually the most colorful and en- mas program will meet at the

tertaining event of the school. :rear I! church on, Monday, Wednesday and
and this year it is planned to be Friday at 7:15 p. m. '

bigger and better than ever. I I Sunday School officers and teach-

i ers meeting Wednesday at 7:30t I
S. O. C. Steak Roast
the church. '
The S. 0. C.'s gave a steak-fry
Cottage Prayer meeting Tuesday
Thursday night. A large crowd en-
9 a. m. at the home of Mrs. Herman
joyed steak cooked over an open Davis.

fire and all the trimmings. The W. M. S. monthly business I :' },
Dick Patterson. meeting and social at church Tues : ; A I -

day at 3:30. Mrs. Broaderick and v71' BR1C A tE0
Clubs and Features Mrs. Blount '''hostesses.

Garden Club: At the close of the regular

The Junior Garden club of the preaching hour Sunday p. m. the I -'- c

7th and 8th grades met Tuesday church is going to take subscrip- I
morning and among other things! tions to complete the outside of 3 ; I 4 II'i
discussed and passed by vote, was our church building. This is some- 1{

the making and selling of garden thing that every one knows needs .'' "
ornaments. These attractive ornaments doing and every one is anxious to tn'

are now on sale. have a part in doing. The church I
The former president resignedand I wishes those who are our friends to

Edwin Roath was elected our I come to services and have a part: in
new president. the work. \ I

Debate and Dramatics Club PENTECOSTAL CHURCH .: .
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South Clewiston "
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The Debate and Dramatics Club ., .
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members held an informal ,
Wednesday morning. The question'j' Services Every Sunday:
school at 9:45.
was:. Resolved:, That all dates I Sunday
Morning worship at 11 a. m. I ,
should be Dutch dates. Five mem-
meeting, 6 m.
Young Peoples p.
bers of the club debated and the 1p6
Rev. M. M. Dudley, director.
rest of the members as
Evangelistic services, 7:30 p. m. .
judges. It was decided. ,by the 7:30 .. .. ..:
judges that the negative side won. m.Tuesday evening service ,p. Lg1iAS9ttN4 :"CYLINDER and VALVES
These debates are very '

and baters.'are good practice for 'the de m.Friday evening service 7:30 p. Mow wMMtoTCo INCREASES''. POWER ., SAVES ,WEAR .

The public is cordially invited to

Freshman Party I attend all services.
M. M. DUDLEY, pastor.

The Freshman class enjoyed'weiner a I .. ............... .... ..........................................
roast: -up at the ridge re .:..:..:M:..:..).*MM* :..*M*..:..:M:..:M*.. *..JM:*IMJMt**:MIM:MMM* :..*..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :.JMMNNNNNN: NN11, : : : : : ;N; ; )
cently. They met at the tennis ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC; .:..t..t..:*******:**.:..:NNN:.M..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:NMNNNN;NNNNN:N:MMNMNNHI.:NNNHNti..:..:..:.:.:NH N.:NNNH11N:111:.:.:NNMi< .'Ii
court and hiked to the ridge. Games :t:::. 'i'-'i'
Lawrence J. Flynn! ,, ,Pastor .
were played and ,then they roasted X !'
weiners. Those present were Gloria Mass each Sunday morning at i I '. i i

McDuffie, Ann Pafford, Laura Bailey 8 o'clock, excepting the last Sunday ::._. I _
Janice Wynn, Gertrude Uellen- I of the month when. the time ,is;. : ,. ENJOY AN nXX

dahl, Betty Berg and Jack Waters, 10:30.: : : : ..',' ',\I,,,: : '
Ethel Hooker, Paul Jim- ; ;
Slonaker Confessions are heard every Saturday :;::!: :
mie Davis and Ernest Hall. evening from 7:30 until 8:30 I : : > ;', :::::
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and before all the Masses. I :i::: \ :: .. I ...
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Fifth Grade News Week-day Mass every'morning,. at : ;

The fifth grade garden club is I 5:00 o'clock. fJ-',; .' .. r.. ', ., ; ,,' x:::
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making some caping saw designs. Devotions in honor of Our Lady I! i .' .y' i"..,::;;',,.'j", """' .\. :::::

We have drawn names for the club of, Perpetual Help are' conducted' ; \ ++
Christmas tree. Friday evenings at 8 o'clock, for- :::::

We are organizing a playmateclub lowed[ by Benediction of the Most AIV. :_ :
and are planning many inter- Blessed Sacrament. ::: : : _

esting activities. Religious Instruction Class for XAI ::
Many of our class have been sick children Saturday morning' at nine :::: Electricity is,, the modern; servant; a servant that :

with colds and we are glad to have here in Clewiston,:and after Sunday :::;: takes care of both:' the w ;rk:|'and :the pleasures of the :;:.:.:
most. everybody. back. Mass in Pahokee.
Doris Hodges. I The Mass schedule of Pahokee is ::::?: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently :;:::

10 30 Sunday, excepting the U n
: every :
Chapel Program last Sunday of the month, :when: X:: and Ieconom, ca II y. ..:s:

Wednesday morning the entire Mass is at eight o'clock. The pubic $ q t s '='

high school participated in a program. regardless of religious belief, : One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or ::::.
Each grade contributed some- is always' welcome in this church. ; S3XX
thing.'in the way of entertainment.The I :I Ixx;::;: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate

Eighth grade started the pro- of day-and-ELECTRICITY is :::;:
::::: radio for most a
gram by singing "God Bless Amer TTTTTl t
ica". A harmonica solo by Ernest 'Do yoU hfOW :?::;: one thing ,that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. I::!:!:

Oliver followed, and the entire I *xAA:
grade sang:. "She'll Be Coming e't .+.,+. .:
'Round the Mountain" accompaniedby .how I :;:;!: '. That is why it is so' easy ,to have and enjoy a home :':;:

Janie Brantley on the guitar. ou'cl .bcbuybuiW to *::: that is all electric and modern. < AX:s;:*:;:

"When Johnny Comes Marching 1\ .. .
Home" was sung by the entire as- or \ yx I .y 0 .'f i.4
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sembly. Carlton Prevatt accompaniedby
Jim Holland and Quinton Smith a :f::_: .:..:.
I refinance '
sang two songs. Florence Graham J
represented the Seniors singing ..nt n
"Little Sir Echo".. Dick Tarleton ? i:
. representing the Eleventh '" '
played several selections on the Chi plan :;::;: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. ::;:::::,
cornet. i:::
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The "Star Spangled Banner" sung t ....
by the entire high school, concluded '_" s :..
the. > program. WITH NO OBLIGATION ." ". *:* .
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Julia Oglesby. ; .. X>.

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Intramural Sports Buying a home tlft ,

Next week intramural basketball of is y
I own
your I
will' begin in the senior and junior the finest !

in'high time.school Repairing if the court was started is repaired this ofthiiftClewiston type !_i Glades Power and Light Co. 1 I

week and is expected to be finished' n

jn the early part of next week. Federal '{'t.' fI'
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Dick Tarlton. yy
Savings and Loan .J y z

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;' DECEMBER s, inn I
1 Mr. and Mrs. J. A. B. Nolla o I Johnson-Graham 1Good
it ". San Juan, Puerto Rico, Mr. and SeeW.
).1 I ]]. McCOLLTJM
I I"L Mrs. R. C. Veve, R. C. 1IcCormicand -
rr Personals H. II. Cochran of Fajardo, Mr. and Mrs. J,. J. Graham Plumbing and Heating s
Puerto Rico, are guests at the Inr announce, the. marriage of Default Apnrtrucnt
: and will attend the dinner given by' ? ; daughter Cle\\'i+ton, Florida
Dorothy Kathrynto
Mr. Bitting/ there tonight.Mr. .
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rl Mrs. R. C. Wilson was a visitor William M. Johnsonof
and Mrs. F. W. Dyke Point FarmLand
Fort Myers. Clewislon and
yesterday DESIGNS
p). Mr. and Mrs. C. R: Gaskill The marriage took place in Okee-
j H. C. Kolstad made a business children arrived this week from Du- chobee November 4th, the ceremony Maps, Estimates,
this week. luth, Minn., Mr. Dyke and Mr. Gas- by Rev. H. S. F JOHN H. DOTY
trip to Tampa transferred from being performed :
kill having I
Inabit. Engineering Consultant
,,1 Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Rawlings of that city to work in the draughtingroom The announcement of the marriage -
office BldR. Clcwfcton, Fla.
of the U. S. Engineer will Hopkins
Clewiston couple
Tuesday.Orlando were visitors here. come as of a this complete popular surprise to for Rent

their many friends. Mrs. Johnson is
I Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Ferris of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Coulon. of a .graduate of Robert E. Lee,' ,High
; Washington, D. C. are spending New Orleans visited for several School in' Jacksonville and came to 'GlniMcx Scientifically Broken LeitH "
here on business. with Mr. Coulon's Fined and llrimircf .Duplicated
several days lays this week ClewiFton with her parents two
f' Mrs. P.. C. Tarleton 'and fam- employedfor DR. F. D. GUDBAUR.
f sister, years ago. She has been
l' Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly and ly. The Coulons were en route toMiami I the past year as assistant in Optometrist ,

:Mrs. T. B. Shelley spent Sunday and Havana on a winter the office of Dr. J., W. Ezelle. Phone 11)S 5 Collier Arcade
in Miami. Mrs. Tarleton accompanied I Fort Mjcru, Florida Trespassers
and Monday vacation trip. Mr. Johnson, is the son of Mrs. C.
Beach Successor to K. H. Oakley ,
, them to West Palm Mr. Johnson -
;, D. Johnson and the late Will Be
' Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and resterday., I, .and is a graduate of the IJohnson's .

, son, Kim, spent Saturday in West 1 Clewiston High School. He is em- ProsecutedClewiston j je
Palm Beach shopping.Mr. ./ ENTERTAINS time-keeping depart-
IISS PALMKR: ployed in the
,, EVENING BRIDGE CLUH ment of the sugar corporation and Fish Camp

:I and Mrs.. A. Carlson' and Miss is stationed at Canal ,Point.
Hurricane )
I, Carlson were visitors Satur- entertained will reside (Near
Helen Miss Mae Palmer I Mr. and Mrs. Johnson
; day in West Palm Beach. nembers of her bridge club last in Canal Point, following ,comple- Clewiston, Fla.

light and awarded Fostoria pieces I tion of a house which is being remodeled Boats and l\Iotot's-Guide Service '

, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson and ..is prizes' to Mrs. W. H. Lanier who for: their use. Rates Reasonable ,

Mrs. Olin Carleton visited friends I Ii I ld' high score "a'nd-- Mrs. R. C. \\'. II. Johnson, Mgr.

"i in Moore Haven Wednesday.) Nowling who was second high. I: ,RichardsOliverMr. Realty And
served to i
Salad and coffee were

I 1 Mr. and Mrs. G. E Wenzloff were Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. H. H. Turner w Devel pmentCorpoJation -

,1 guests of relatives in Okeechobee Mrs. ,B. J. Schroeder,, Mrs. Roy and Mrs. D. H. Browning 'announce J.M. COUSECounselor

l Thanksgiving. Alston, Mrs. T,..B.' Shelley, Mrs. C. the marriage of their sister, 1
E. Nall, Mrs.. Lanier and Mrs. Mrs. Elsie Oliver to Mr. J. H. Rich and Attorney at Law

f, Nowling. ards. The ceremony was performed Hopkins Building
f W. L. Warren of, Valdosta, ,Ga., December first by Justice of the Wednesdays and Saturdays
here this
visitor I
was a business 0:30 to 4:00

1 week. WITH[ MRS. M. C. DONE Mr. and: Mrs. Richards will make ......... --. -
1 their, home in Clewiston where the 0

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Henricksen, Mrs. M. C. Doke was hostess to I groom' is employed by the U. S. A
visitors in West Palm
were business members of the Baptist Adult Engineers.
Beach Saturday. Sunday School Class Wednesday afternoon i I Send A ,Box ,ot FLORIDA SunshineWe

at the regular monthly I I DEVOLY FLANIKEN HOST AT

Mr. and Mrs. J., F. McLure of class meeting. I I WEINER ROAST ON BIRTHDAYA

Pahokee were Sunday visitors in Devotionals were: led by Mrs. E'I I Pack and Ship Fancy Xmas Gift Boxes
) Clewiston. M. Cornette and' Mrs.;: J. H. large group of children< enjoyed -
son.: I I a party given by Mr. and Mrs.B. Also we have a big supply of Xmas TreesSEE 1

Miss Alma Crews of Fort Myersvisited Delightful refreshments were i C. Flaniken for their son, Bevoly,

her sister, Mrs. E. C. Mills, served to .Mrs. C. W. Simmons, Mrs.A. 1 Ion his sixth birthday Monday. The .

and family here last weekend.Mr. D.. Dixon, Mrs. H. E. Walker, 1 I youngsters roasted weiners on the and Mrs. Toulis
Mrs. E. M. Cornette, Mrs. A. R. outdoor fireplace and were then Mr.

and Mrs. Jim Hendry were' Broadfoot, Mrs. C. Nelson, Mrs. W. invited into the house for birthday SAGAMORE STREET CLEWISTON, FLA.

, recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.i. R. Broaderick, Mrs. R. J. Blount, cake and ice cream..
Robinson, Mrs. Herman Red and green were used in rec- -'
1 Denaud. Mrs. J. H. -{ -
, Cowan in Fort- Davis, Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs. D. B. ognition of the holiday season, and 'f'J' t.- .".. --'_- -:_ .' _. ..- -If.J ''I'' '' '' ': .- .

I returned to Miami Allen and Mrs. M. C. Vowell. the birthday cake: was decorated '"

Miss Ruth Fisher visiting Miss Betty with sprays of holly. The boys re- ................. ...... .. ............ .....:....;....:;.:..:,.:..:;.:.
, Sunday after AT ceived water guns as favors and the ':..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. .;..:. : ::: : : : : : :-:-: : : :-: :-: : : : : : :-: : : ;
I, Spicer for several days. CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS doll books. :. .:.
The guests included Carol Augur,
::' \Ji; \ Mrs. J. "W. Ezelle and Mrs. W. .Bpwdencelebrated Emma Jane Ezelle, Evelyn Dodge, :_,: SELL I
Simpson were Monday visitors I Paul Howard Patsy Meredith, Rachel Miner, 4Eleanor ; Owner says
his fourth birthday with a party .'
West Palm Beach: the'home of \ Von Mach, Mary Kay Paf : .:.
" "F. at
\ ,- Friday afternoon Keathley ford and Annette O'Day Billy ::: 1,1
and Mrs.
her parents,
Mr. and 1Irs.V.. C. Owen andMrs. I Broadfoot, Bobby Smith, Roy Hatch, ::
0. F. Schiffli ,were visitors Bowden.Christmas decorations were used Alfred Dodge, Jimmy Johnson, .f... 20 Acres Now in Crop on two canals .. i
Thursday in West Palm Beach. in the party accessories and baloons \ Richard Knight, Don Terrell' and :.;. ,

and gaily colored horns were givenas I Kay Bowden. y
Priced under $50 acre. :::
Mrs. Kent Pendleton returned favors. ,M ; per

Wednesday from Jacksonville where The birthday cake and ice cream I Tag Buyers Asked ': 'j". I ::

she spent several days with her Mary Kay Pafford, : ::
were served to 1 ) Less than $300 cash required ,
,<. ,
daughter, Mrs. Jane Whiteman.Mrs. Bettye Carol Flaniken, Linda Lee, To Clean Up State '
Ro- '
Heather Guthrie, John Perry t. ,
R. M. Hare, 'Jr., Mrand nald Hare, Jimmy Knight, Wayne. Debt To Teachers rt : .s.
+ Mrs. C; E. Berner, Mr. and Mrs. G. King and Gene Berry. :
B. McDuffie are shopping in West. ,I ,.,
Palm x"
\ Tallahassee-Automobile owners E.
in Florida have been urged by
Mrs. Josephine Knight and Miss Colin English' ;
Ruth Knight had as their 'guests Mrs. W. II. Lanier, who is assistant I State to wipe Superintendent out the state deficit in the ::
of the Junior Girls Real Estate
recently, Mrs. Lula Park, Miss Julia teacher teachers salary fund by purchase
Ben Kingof Class of the Community Sunday ,
Park and Mr. and Mrs. \ in December.
of license tags
Fort Myers. School entertained with a weiner will ART LAWRENCE BETTY SPICER
of the class Fri- Payment of teachers' salaries .
for members
: roast 66
I sound financial basis be: ; HOPKINS BLDG. :
be a
and Mrs. B. E. Nail, Jr., "of day afternoon.The
i Mr. ;
the levee !fore the Christmas holidays if motorists ::
, visited; relatives in Clewt' group went up on
Lakeland, :

i iston Point Sunday where Mr.en route Nall will to be Canal employed and fire. enjoyed their supper at a camp I I in January who will have make been their buying purchase tags' :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::.:..':..:'.:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:-:. :..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:. .,;..:...:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:.

II by the Arundel Corporation., Those attending, were Mr. and early in December. 'The tag number

Mrs.:' I. M. Pafford, Shirley Owen, '\on each car will identify motorists early buy-to -..- .- '- : ;:'. :':1#'.;. ..' :,.;,_: ., .. .''
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W. 'W. Woodard of Norfolk, Va., Betty and Gloria McDuffie, Jean ers, and English urged y' _.,i : ,.. ,,,_1/;: :: > : '- y
has been transferred here by the 'Augur, Anne Pafford, Carline, Ber take pride in display of these' I :::

U. S. Engineers for work in the ner, Grace Ward, Marianne Jones, 'honor roll" numb<>rs. :: y

draughting room of the Clewiston Sally Graham, Ogie and Billie Ar- Receipts from tag sales are earmarked -: / 13' y

suboffice.Mrs. nette and Cleo Scott. for the state teachers ,salary y
which is apportioned to the
\ ;, fund, *
,I M. W. Bigg, Mrs. 0. A. MRS. THOMAS HOSTESS TO counties on a basis!; of school attend y

Jones, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. imil>(;i], CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs. ance. Tag revenue comprised 70 per
; ,. Mrs. E. C. cent ,of the slate's total aid for
H. J. B. Scharnberg and Until 'J
Mills shopped in Fort Myers Tues- G. B. Thomas was hostess to schools last year. 1.. Shopping Days ;
, members of her bridge club Wed-
nesday afternoon. High score was, Reports from all sections of the

Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. Flora made by Mrs. D. G. Alston and the, state indicate exceptionally heavy ) Christmas i ii

Deans, and Mrs. H. R. Hall motored lucky cut by Mrs. W. H. Lanier purchases ot the new 1940 auto- -

to Fort Myers yesterday. Mrs. Deans Both prizes were lingerie.Hot mobile tags placed on sale last' .
I I left, for Tampa for a few weeks "pigs-in-blankets" and fruit. week. Funds from tag sales will, f,. ,;, Ij Iji
\ visit with her daughter, Mrs. W. salad were served by the hostess;' go toward payment of teachers'-- sal i ,
Leslie Miller, Mrs. T. B. .
i W. Chadwick and family. to Mrs. aries.
Shelley, Mrs. H R. Hall, Mrs. I. M.,

Mrs. Z. G. Meredith left Sundayfor Pafford, Mrs. K. Bowden, Mrs. D. Orange; Juice ,Christens Train i Have You Seen The Selection i
Jacksonville to visit Mr. and G. Alston and Mrs W. H. Lanier. I _.

Mrs. Clyde Byrd and Mr. land Mrs., FlorIda orange juice was used
R. H. Rowan for a few days. She SENIOR CLASS MEETING:: HELD HOME to christen the Atlantic Coast Line's ; Of Gifts In Every Departmentat
will visit Mr. Meredith in Orlando AT FLORENCE GRAHAM'S new streamliner "The Champion" ,t

before returning to Clewiston. .'Which will operate between Ness
The Senior Class social meetingwas !
York and Miami, the ceremony ::
Mr. and Mrs. J. R" Deadwyler,, held at the home of Miss Flor- ing place at the Union Station in y
Miss Christine Bell of West Palm ence Graham Friday evening. Danc-,
Washington, D. C.
l Beach and Mrs. N. R. Hager of Del ingj and games were enjoyed 'and, '
ray Beach spent Thanksgiving here refreshments of hot, chocolate, I 1\1PARKINSON'S\ INC. =1j

with their parents' Mr. and Mrs. I. crackers with marshmallows and NOTICEThe .
S. Bell. cheese were served.
Misses Maxine annual meeting of the Stockholders y
Attending were
Lee Pridgen, Edythe Nell of First Bank of Clewiston I THE COMPLETE STORE i
Lt. Col. S. D. Sink ins and J. R Doty j
Peyton from the U. S. Engineer Cornette, Kathryn Graham, and will be held in the office of the I HARDWARE GROCERIESnmAV. :::
., Hendry County, +i DRY GOODS :
L- Clewlstou
district office in ,Jacksonville, F. A. Florence Graham, Dick Tarleton, Bank ;
'CY Mlddlebrook of Alexandria, Va., anc Bert Schultz Louis Leiter, A. D. I Florida on Thursday, January 4th,, ., ...

I G. A. Hathaway of Washington, D Frith, Dick Patterson','.and' ", Jimmy- 1910 at Elbert Eight O'clock L. Stewart P. M.Cashier ':": -,_. ._'____ _. _,_' ,' -. '.' ___'c-.,"___ _'_,__ _f.---" .' ,- --., ----=,_ -' ,,
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The DIM LANTERN farmer and his daughterwent
to market with a load of butter
and eggs, and after selling the
produce were returning home
with the horse and cart and the

money when they were set upon by
My TEMPLE BAILEY ::; bandits. The farmer wept as the
thieves'rode off with his horse and
: ,a I "Don't cry," consoled the
daughter, "they didn't get our
money, anyway. I put it in
CHAPTER XIV-Continued Evans' desk set back under the row in revealing apricot draperies and ,Adelaide was in a mood to make mouth."
-22- of pigeonholes. You can't' miss it, found Lucy crisp in white organdie people uncomfortable. She was uncomfortable -
"My dear child," Mrs. Follette and I want to see it." with a band of black velvet around herself. Jane, in billowing "What a clever girl you are,"
said the farmer.
Jane crossed the hall to Evans' her; throat. "Just like
said, "have lunch with me. Mary heavenly blue with rose ribbons
room. It .faced .south and was big "Do?" Lucy's smile mother. I wish she'd have been
has baked fresh bread, and we'llhave was ingenuous. floating at her', girdle, was
it with your berries, and some and square. ,It had the same stud. "We are very busy, Del and-I. youth incarnate. And it was her here; we might have saved the
Dutch cheese and cream." ied bareness that made the rest of We feed the pigs." youth that had attracted Towne. horse and cart, too."
the house beautiful. ,There was "Pigs?" Eloise stared. She had '
"I'd love it Jane said "I hopedyou'd The ,three
; women walked towardsthe
bed and dresser assumed that
mahogany many a girl of Lucy's type
ask me. We are going at four books, deep window-seats with would affect an elaborate attitude of house together. As they came Buy a Will?
to Delafield Simms for the week- out from under the arbor
leisure. were
faded velvet cushions. And here she was, instead,
end. I shall have to be'fashionablefor aware of black clouds
Evans' desk; was in ,,an alcove' by ,fashionably energetic. stretched Since 1843 a London firm has
forty-eighthours and I hate it. across the horizon.
the east window which overlooked They fed the pigs, it seemed, ac "I hope it won'train specialized in the auction of wills
Mrs. Follette smiled indulgently."Of Sherwood. It was a mahogany desKof tually. "Of course not the big ones. Edith said, "Lucy is planning made by their,clients and wills in
course, you don't mean it. Anddon't the secretary type, and there was But the little ones have their bot- to serve dinner on the terrace." which the clients were the beneficiaries
try to be fashionable. Just be tles.: There ten and their Adelaide was irritable. "I wish
nothing ,about it to drain 'the color are mother ., Those selling their own
:yourself. It is. only people who from Jane's'' cheeks, to 'send her died. You' should see Del and she wouldn't. There'll be bugs, and wills have usually been older per-
have never been anybody who "try. hand to her heart. me. He carries the bottle in a metal ,things." ,sons who needed money but did,
to make"themselves like others. Aboye the desk, however, where holder-round-Lucy's hand de- Jane liked the idea of an out-of- not wish to give ,up their homes
"Well, said Jane, "I'm afraid his eyes could rest upon it whenever: scribed the shape,-"and when they door dinner. She thought that themaids' those selling the wills of their rela-;
I've never been anybody, Mrs. Fol-" he raised them from his writing, see him coming they all'squeal, and in their pink linen were like tives have usually been
lette. I'm just little Jane ,Barnes. it's adorable." rose-leaves blown across the lawn. young
was an old lantern! Jane knew it people who preferred a small
Her air was dejected."What's at once. It was an ancient ship's Lucy's ,,air was demure. She was There was a great umbrella over amount in the hand to a larger
the matter with you,' lantern that she and Baldy had used very happy. She, was, a woman of the table, rose-striped. "How gay sum later.-Collier's.
Jane?" Mrs. Follette demanded. through all the years, a heritage strong spirit. Already ,she had interested it' is," she said: "I hope the rain
Jane clasped her hands together. from some sea-going ancestor. It he'r'we k husband beyond won't spoil it."
"Oh, I want my mother. I want was the lantern she had carried that anything he had ever known in his When, they reached the wide-pil-
- my mother." Her voice was low, but night she had found Evans in the drifting days of bachelorhood. "After lared'piazza, no one was there. The
there was a poignant note in it. fog I dinner,", she told Eloise, "I'll wind was blowing steadily from the DON'T GIVE
,Old Mary came out with the tray, Since her return from Chicago she show you Del's roses. They are bank of clouds. Edith went in to
and when she had gone, Mrs. had,, not been able to find it. Bald quite marvellous. I think his collection get a scarf.
Follette said, '"Now tell me what's had complained, "Sophy must have, will be beyond anything in And so Jane and Adelaide were YOUR CHILDA
troubling you?" taken it home with her." But Sophy this part of the country." left alone.
"I'm afraid." had not taken it. It was here. And Delafield, coming up, said, "They Adelaide sat in a big chair with a
"Of what? are,Lucy's roses, but she says I am back like a spreading fan; she was "Bargain" Remedy YouDon't
"Oh, of Mr. Towne's big house, to' do-the work." statuesque, and knew it, but she
and-I think I'm a little bit afraidof t. "But why not have a gardener?" would have exchanged at the moment Know All AboutA
.him, too, Mrs. Follette." AI Eloise demanded."Oh every classic line for the effect -,
"Why should you be afraid?" we have. But I should hateto that Jane gave of unpremeditated -
"Of the things he'll expect of me. have our garden a mere mat- grace and beauty. The child
The things I'll expect of myself.,, I ter of-mechanics. Del has some had flung a cushion on the marble
can't explain it. I just-feel it." splendid ideas. We are going to step, and had dropped down upon

Mrs. Follette, pouring ice-cold work for the flower shows. Prizes it. The wind caught up her ruffles,
milk from a silver'pitcher, said, and all that." so that she seemed to float in a
"It is a case 'of nerves, my dear. v Delafield purred like a pussycat."I cloud.
You don't know how lucky you are." shall name my first rose the She laughed, and tucked her whirl-,
"Am I lucky?" wistfully."Of 'Little Lucy .Logan. ing draperies about her. "I love

course you are lucky. But Edith. lockin arm with .T.np a the wind, rlnn't---- ,vein, --?. "
all girls feel as you do, Jane, when little la.ierth strolled under a Adelaide did not love the wind. It
the wedding day isn't far off. They wisteria-hung trellis towards the rumpled her hair. She felt spite-

'wonder''and" wonder. It's the new- fountain, said, "Lucy's making a fully ready to hurt Jane.

ness-the- i i man of him because she loves him. "It is a pity," she said after child's life is beyond the price of pennies
'Laying flesh and spirit in And I, would have laughed at him. "that Ask Doctor before
pause Ricky can't dine withus. your giving
his hands Jane quoted, with We would have bored each other to ." your child doubtful "bargain"
quick-drawn breath. death." Jane remedies. No family need take
"I shouldn't put it quite like that," "They will never be bored," Jane seems to agreed.be a "Mr. Towne always" this chance today.
Mrs. Follette said with some, se- decided, "with their roses and their Adelaide very busy person. Wait.Think first.Are you absolutelysure
verity; "we didn't talk like that. little pigs." carried a little gauze you should give a single dose of
when I was a girl." They had reached the fountain. It fan with gold-lacquered sticks. When that drug to your child? Internally?
"Didn't 'you?" Jane asked. Well, was an old-fashioned she spoke she kept her eyes upon It'was sold,' you recall, as "some-
I know you were a darling, Mrs. of water one, with"thinstreams the fan. "Do you always call him thing just as good", for a few
spouting up from 'Mr. Towne'?" pennies less.
Follette. And you were pretty.There's the bill of a bronzed crane. There "Of course." A very dear purchase it could be I
that portrait" of you in the were goldfish in the pool, and a big "But not when For your own peace of mind alone,
,you're alone.
library in pink. '
green frog leaped from a lily pad. give no home remedy you're not
, ,"I looked well in pink," said Mrs. Beyond the, fountain the wisteria Jane" flushed. "Yes I do. Why quite certain about without getting

Follette, thoughtfully, "but the best roofed a path of pale light. A not? your own doctor's opinion. And
picture that was ever done of me walked slowly towards "But, my dear, it is so very for never go against it.
is a miniature mat Evans has." U '1 "V J-rl'l\"' '\\\\1'\01'( its long tail the them, mal. And YOU are eoinp. to-- _marrv n___ Even in the case of the commonchildren's
sweeping ground in "
remedy, milk of
She buttered another slice of bre'ad.She him. magnesia -
'.'1 hope it won't rain Edith burnished beauty. ; ask doctor what he
had fear of "He said that he had told your ap-
growing fat. "Think you.
said. of this, said Jane, "and proves. And when he says "Phillips'Milk
She was fat, but she was also "Ricky tells me everything. We
stately Lucy's days at the office." of Magnesia" see that you get ,
,:and one neutralized the, other. To Jane are very old friends, you know." that
knew, with a certainty that, "And yet, Edith pondered "she exactly by asking expressly for
think of Mrs. Follette as thin would swept away all doubts, why. told me if he had not had a penny Jane said nothing. There was, "Phillips' when you buy..neverask
have been to rob her of her duchess "You are a lantern, Jane, held I she would have been happy with indeed, nothing to say. She was not: for just "milk of magnesia".
,role. high ." him." in,the least jealous of Adelaide. Sh e' If your child prefers Phillips in

Jane had not seen the miniature. She found the miniature and carried ; "I believe it. With a cottage, one wondered, of course, why Towne the flavored newer tablets form-tiny, give peppermint-it this way.
She asked if she might. it back'' to Mrs. Follette. "I pig, and a rose-bush, they would should have overlooked this lovely I But whether you get liquid Phillips'
"I'll get it," said Mrs. Follette, told you you were pretty and you, find bliss. It is like that with them." lady to choose a shabby child. Bu. or Phillips' Tablets get the genuinePhillips'.Lookforthename"PhilIips
and' rose. have never gotten over' it." The two women sat down on the he had chosen the child, and that *
Jane protested, "Can't, I do it?" She had regained her radiance. marble coping of the 'fountain. The settled it as far as Mrs. Laramorwas Milk of Magnesia" on bottle or box.
"No, my dear. I know right whereto Mrs. Follette reflected complacently -, peacock trailed by them, its jewelsall concerned.But PI-IILLIPS'MAGNESIA
put my hand on it." that girls were like that. Moods: ablaze under the sun. it did not settle it for Ad e-
She went into the cool and shad- of the moment. Even in her own Adelaide, in her burnished tulle, laide. "I think it is distinctly amusing -

owy hall and started up the stairs, day. tall, slender, graceful as a willow, 'for you to call him 'Mr. Towne.' By Understanding:
and it was from the shadows that She spoke of it to Evans that was swinging along beneath the trel- ,Poor Ricky 1 You mustn't hold him
Jane heard her call. I at arms' Justice between men or between
night. "Jane had lunch with me., lis. The peacock had turned and length.
There was something faint and agitated She was very tired and depressed. walked beside her. "What a pic- "Why not?" nations can only be achieved

in the cry, and Jane flew on I told her not to worry. It's natural ture Baldy could make of that," "Well, none of the rest of us, through understanding and good
winged feet. she should feel the responsibility of Edith said, 'The Proud Lady.' have," said Adelaide, deliberately. will.-Jane Addams.

Mrs. Follette was holding on' to the future. Marriage is a serious "Do you know," Jane's voice was Jane looked up at her. "The res t'' -
the stair-rail, swaying a little. "Ican't obligation." also lowered, "when I look at her,; of you? What do you mean, Mrs.
go any higher," she panted; "Marriage is more than that, I feel that it is she who should Laramore?"
"I'll sit here, my dear, while you Mother." marry your uncle.. "Oh, the women that Ricky has. .

get my medicine. It's in my room "What do you mean?" Edith was frank. "I should hate, loved," lightly. '
on the dresser." "Oh, it's a great adventure. The her. And so would he in a month. The winds fluttered the ribbons o f QUICK--RUB ON SUPER-MEDICATED
Jane passed her on the stairs, and greatest adventure. If a woman She's artificial, and you are so' Jane's frock, fluttered her ruffles. PENETRO. LET IT GET IN ITS GOOD
was back again in a moment with loved me, I'd want her to fly to me adorably natural, Jane The peacock on the lawn uttered a WORK.FASTER.BECAUSE IT CONTAINS
the medicine, a spoon, and a glassof -on wings. There'd be no fear of Adelaide had reached the circleof discordant note. Jane was subconsciously -: 2 TO 3 TIMES MORE MEDICATIONTHAN
water. With her arm around the the future if Jane loved Towne." light that surrounded the foun, aware of a kinship between ANY OTHER SALVE SOLD
elder woman she held her until the "But she does love him. Shewouldn't tain. "The men have come and Adelaide and the burnished bird. NATIONALLY FOR COLDS'
color returned to her She spoke of the peacock.
cheeks. him for his have to dress she
marry money. gone up said.! MUSCULAR ACHES AND
"How foolish, said Mrs. Folletteat "No, she wouldn't," with a touch "All except your uncle, Edith. He, "What a disagreeable voice he NASAL MISERIES.
last, sitting up. "I almost faint- of weariness. is one of the thingsI telephoned that he can't get here has." (oPENETRO $

ed. I was" afraid of falling down can't make clear to myself. AndI until after dinner. He has an important Adelaide stared. "Who?"
the stairs. think ''I'd rather not talk about it, conference." "The peacock," said Jane.
"Let me help you to your' room," Mother." i "He said he might be late. Benny (TO BE CONTINUED) MEDICATED: RUB
Jane said, "and you can lie on the ,
They were in Mrs. Follette'sroom. i came, of course?
couch-and "
be quiet- She had told her son about "Yes, and Eloise is happy. He:; How Cigarette Got Name
"ie"I don't the want couch-if to be quiet, but I'll her heart attack, and he had been had brought her a& the town gossip.!, How did the words cigar and cig- National Calamity
and on talk to you'll sit there anxious. But she had been quite That's why I left. I hate gossip." arette get into the language? It Every war 'is a national calam-
So with Jane me. herself after and had made light of Edith knew that pose. No one seems to be another old Spanish' ity whether victorious or not.-
Follette supporting her, Mrs. it. "I shall have Hallam over in thee could talk more devastatingly than custom. When tobacco was still a Gen. Von Moltke.
and up the rest of th morning," he had insisted, and she Adelaide of her neighbor's affairs.: novelty the acme of hospitality was
made flight, across the hall-and was had acquiesced. "I don't need him, But she did it, subtly, with an ef. for a host to offer guests small rolls
comfortable on a couch at the but if it will make feel fect of charity. "I
foot of her bed. you better. am very fond of of home-grown tobacco for smoking, ,
Jane loved the up-stairs her," was her way of prefacing a: usually with the explanation "Es de GOOD "
rooms at CHAPTER XV ruthless revelation."I DtUO
Castle Manor. Especially in mi cigarral" (it is from my gar- r STOICS
sum thought your brother would be den). The word "cigarral" meansan
mer. Mrs. Follette followed the Lucy was still to Eloise Harperthe down," Adelaide looked at Jane, orchard or fruit garden. Strangers sonu UAGt o y ,
southern fashion
of taking up winter stenographer of Frederick poised on the rim of the fountain, to the Spanish language cameto r..K itl$0
rugs and winter curtains and Towne. Out of place, of course, in like a blue butterfly,-"but he regard the word "cigarral" as '{ik3ai7yw
substituting sheer muslins and leave this fine country house, with its for- wasn't with the rest." describing the gift rather than its "; cGy .. I
ing a delightful bareness of waxed mal gardens, its great stables, its "Baldy can't be here until tomorrow place of origin. ,The word was soon aot
floor. retinue of servants. noon. He had to be in the of- shortened to 1 "cigarro," and finallyto 11It1ltgs % hssedRelce
"Perhaps I can tell you where to "What do you do with your- fice." the English "cigar." The word

find the miniature," Mrs. Follette selves?" she asked her hostess, as "What are you going to do with cigarette means, literally, a small
said, as Jane fanned her; "it is in she came down, ready for dinner yourself in the meantime, Edith?" cigar.


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Named As but at ,the expense of the Nation.: so-minded, to proceed with tho organization were asked him concerning'it' by will "find' themselves' compelled to '. )
Bitting I could quote you tome after tome of the Association and several of the growers and when make reservations weeks in advance,
of governmental statistics to sup- thus prove .to those In authoritythat these had been, answered the steer- '
C. of C. Director port this claim. One precise, defi- through self-help, selfcontroland ing committee had returned with a THE "VILLAGE BLACKSMITH"Under :

., > -' nite and visible demonstration will cooperative effort you Intendto report. After all the growers had

Clarence R. Bitting, president of suffice to prove my point. The demand your rights'as' American voted- to continue :with plans for a sign that's marked "Ga-
the United States Sugar Corporationof Everglades has been proved beyond: citizens. the organization Mr. Wells gave rage" Is the village smithy's place.
Clewiston and New York was doubt to be the Ideal place In whichto the report on the organization committee ,The smith a mighty man still is,
named a dlrector-at-large of the produce that vital necessity of Sugar Cooperative Is- and made, a motion that it with ,greasy hands and face. No
Florida State Chamber 'of Com- life- S U GAR. The everglades I be approved which was secondedand more at measured swing he works;
merce at the twenty-third annual has been denied the right to sup- carried..,, W. R. Hooker then reported It's now a faster pace.
meeting which closed> Tuesday In I ply the needs of America so that (Continued From Page One) on the board of directorsand The tourist comes for oil and
Tampa. those who send their dollars abroad, to handle it. urged the adoption of the report gas, for hot dogs, sweets and pop;
Carl D. Brorein of Tampa was to exploit the natives on far away Mr. Bitting was urged at this which 'was done unanimously. for air, and water, grease, or bed
elected president of the group succeeding islands, may be assured our mar- time to give his views to the grow- ,A charter for the new organization -it's all there at one stop. From
Harold Colee who was kets. ers on the prospect for the coopera- will be petitioned immediatelyand car to car the' smithy goes; they
named as vice-president and general Tillers of the soil know there is tive. He again stated that if the upon receipt of the charter it keep him on the hop.
manager. no royal and regal road to "riches; growers intended 'to go through is anticipated'that the work ,of fi- Week in, week out, from morn
no Indolent and at the same time with the plan that now was the nancing and making preliminary to night his cash box gaily rings.;;
LaBelle Whips Moore successful, way of life. "We must' time to do so. Then: the original plans for the new mill will go" for- An auto horn wakes him at morn,
earn our bread In the sweat of our agreements were signed, he said, ward as rapidly as possible.. The a horn his "good night" sings. But
Haven 13-0 TodayA brow, but to earn our bread we between 15,000 and20,000 acres of annual stockholders meeting held autos bother not' his sleep; he
must have the right to sweat These land was pledged ;by the growers in September but the board of directors dreams of, other things.Of .
hard facts of life do not hide or with no grower pledging more than may call a meeting at Its children coming home from
six-man football team com- disguise the satisfaction born of a half of his land. He' recommendeda discretion. '" school, of where the anvil stood, of

posed of the best players from job well done, nor the keen1 enjoy-, :: mill of 6,000'tons,, a day capacity The new sugar mill, according to horseshoes warmed to cherry red
LaBelle's eleven-man squad of the ment of justifying our right to live. and said that at least 30,000 acres Mr. Bitting, will be placed. at the beneath the glowing hood-ah, life
past season played the Moore Ha- The rewards of accomplishment belong of cane would be required to keep most advantageous position to serve was slow and easy then. Go back?
ven Terriers In a post-season gameat to us all, and they will' be assured the mill running at capacity througha the most growers as selected by Like fun he would.-White, Collar.
Moore Haven this afternoon and only when all manmade're- season. Such a mill, he said, qualified engineers. 'J
:won 13-0. A return game In La- strictions upon our inherent and would' cost approximately nine million : Asked whether the U. 'S.' Sugar Every Floridian should partici-
Belle Is scheduled for next Friday. traditional right to supply our own dollars and an additional six Corporation would grind any ,of its pate in the "Fight Infantile Paralysis -
The Terriers were minus the ser- needs have been relegated' to the million would probably be required cane In the new mill Mr. Bitting Campaign" now getting under
vices of their ace back-field man, place to which they belong. for drainage, planting and field replied that the board of directorsof way. Major event on the fundraising : -
J. C. Sealey, whose knee was injured The announcement, of some ten equipment, rolling stock and other the corporation had never' discussed program will be a national(
In the game with the Clew- days ago, relative to the eliminationof necessities of the organization. He such action and that whether championship high school football
24. Another explained that If the*mill had been on" game, to be played in the Orange
iston Tigers on November all restrictions on the American they did or not would depend
star back, James Lundy, was right to supply America's needs of operating during the past season, whether the members of the cooperative Bowl at Miami on Christmas day,
also absent from the line-up. a vital necessity of 'lifeSUGAR the profits of the mill plus a fifteen :wished them to (do so. returns from which will all go' to

-is a step in the right direction.In per cent hold-out, from payment to Under the plan no one grower can this worthy cause.
Bitting's Talk- the hope that the' authorities members for expenses would have grind more than ten per cent of the

would see the sound common sense amounted to three or four million season's output. \ ".. ...
of granting the American marketto dollars.Mr. *
(Continued From Page 1) American producers, most of Bitting then had distributedto I'LL BUY THAT SHOTGUN -

continually bled of her trained men. those present signed preliminary each guest a preliminary copy Too Late To ClassifyContinued NOW= I SOLD SOME 4
Is rich In human wealth;
The South
agreements relative to a Cooperativesugar of the organization agreement basedon STUFF FROM TUB ATTIC/
in fact, the industrialized urban venture in the Everglades.That the original agreement! signed by WITH A WANTADo
sections of the Nation to the North, ( From Page 4)
was a forward step. Since you the growers, and went over it step
East and West, would soon decayif signed the preliminary agreements by step to explain the methods of sengers, for It was Indeed ,an aus-
it were not for the vitalizing life we have had the benefit "of the financing, management, paymentsto picious occasion. I'm sure that the
stream supplied by the South. One advice of the best legal and techni- growers ,and other matters included spirit of Henry'' M. Flagler hovered
of, the most serious problems facing cal minds in the cooperative field in the set-up. over the streamliner that bears his

the South Is providing the meansof and are, today, ready to formulate' During this explanation J. E. name, to view :with pride the great
educating those drawn to other further plans and actions. Beardsley proposed that a steering cities that thrive' today as tribute r
sections of the country to revitalize One of the most marked charac- committee composed of R. E. Kurtz, to 'his love of Florida, his belief in 1 0

their populations. teristics of the American' is his Arthur Wells and W. R. Hooker retire her future, and his courage in
With this super-abundance genius for voluntary cooperation, and name an organization_ com- backing it up with his money'' and 0a
natural wealth, technical knowledgeand ,
which arises from the self-help and mittee composed of seven membersand his effort. :
human values, the South has
self-control inherent in the essence a board of directors composedof These new crack trains are, but
been denied its rightful place in the
and spirit of the American tradi- fifteen members and that these forerunners of many that will follow l
Union. The South is the garden
three men be included in each for even with daily service on
of the Nation and the Ever-
spot tion.To all lines, demand for accommodations -
was secondedand
of the promote the rights and, inter- group. The motion
glades Is the garden spot available.I Sell "White Elephants"LBuy
will far exceed those ,
carried and the steering com-
of ests of the independent, self-sup
South. This true garden spot
the world has been denied its rightsso porting and self-respecting .farmers mittee retired to select', this group. am confident that throughout, the L What You Want !
that others might profit not only of the Everglades, ,I believe It to be Following Mr. Bitting's explana- winter season, those trans- JUb++iteG i,?

at the expense of the Everglades, I wise at this time, if you 'are still tion, of the agreement'questions portation on these',1 ,'splendid f:trains I :

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