The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 22, 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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'Iii' Sugar Production Already Exceeds First Crop a'ea Total ,::1



EXPECTED TO DRAM on'5 reexin I

,. DAYS OF 1931-32
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;, :',,.> /; ,' to our :
: : -v",\p: 147,299 Bags Of Sugar

i Indications are, at this time, that /;: : ,<'K- .

the largest crowd of children ever Produced And ShippedTo

to receive gifts from a communitytree ::. ; headers and jfriends' q
this :
here will receive packages Dec. 19'On

rear when the community tree and V ,

is held at 7:30 Saturday
evening in the Civic Center Park. May this glorious Christmas season bring you. contentment Tuesday of this week, Decem-

Warmer weather is in prospect ber 19, marking the 57th day of

and the first appearance of the U. : the 1939-1940 crop season the

S. S. C. band is expected to swell and good cheer. .. ,- :, sugar house of the United States
the attendance and make it one of! | Sugar Corporation had producedand

: the merriest affairs in the history shipped 147,299 bags of sugar

of the community. weighing 325 pounds each.

The community tree, sponsoredby The Publisher In addition there were 3,442 bags,

the American Legion and the in process for a total of 150,741

Garden Club is taken ,care of by bags.

public subscription with the Legion It 'is interesting to compare this

.,. handling thefinancing and the Gar- i record with the total result of the

den club buying and preparing the sE 1931-1932 crop, the first harvestof

gift boxes for the children of the the United States Sugar Corp'oration. -

j 1 various age groups.A Church Choir Will I NEW AGREEMENT IS Midnight Mass At This first crop season lasted

complete program for the 108 days, during which time a totalof

event is given elsewhere in this Present Xmas Cantata"The St. Margaret's ChurchAt 145,691 bags of sugar were made

issue. The school glee club and the I SEEN AS PREVENTIONTO from 292,228 tons,, of cane. !

entire school assembly will sing I II It is of particular interest to'
midnight Sunday, the annual
I several numbers and three numbers World's True Light", a note that the first harvest started

I I have been prepared by the twenty- SUGAR EXPANSIONThe Christmas Midnight :Mass will be on December 11, 1931 and that the ,
Jas. M. Stultz,
cantata by
'.'f nine piece band.. Several hundred Christmas solemnized in Saint Margaret's record for the present 1939-40 har-

i' children will: receive the gift boxes will be presented Sunday evening at Catholic Church, accompanied by vest heretofore mentioned of 150-

I and any that may be left over will eight o'clock at the Community approval of President Roose- the beauty, dignity and pomp of 741 bags of sugar made and in pro-

"I be distributed to those children who Church by the choir of that church velt this week of a modified Cuban- the Catholic ritual. cess was completed on December 19.
have been ill otherwise unable other words, at approximatelythe
may or under the direction of J. E. Beard- The procession from the rectoryto In
is regarded -
to attend the program. American trade agreement the church will begin at approxI- same calendar date the entire

II" So that. children in each age sley.The by many as a probable fore- mately ten minutes before midnight.In '31-32 crop had been exceeded.
receive suitable gifts cantata has been presented runner of reestablishment of the record is attributedby
group will the ''procession in the order This amazing
I!II they are divided into several several times here in the past and luota system which has been so named will be Kermit Tarleton, officials primarily to the development -
i is always received with much appreciation vigorously opposed by Florida sugar of '
children under varieties
follows early-maturing
Ii groups as : Cross-bearer Nick Schiffli and Ed- of
ii : ;
I! six years of age; those from the by music-lovers of the producers and members of the con-. ward Von Mach, Acolytes; Hervey ane enabling the commencement of '

:; first, second and third grades in community.The gressional delegation from' this Bourne, Censer-bearer; Little Elea- the; harvest some two months earlier -

f school; those from the third and choir is composed of the state and the sugar Interests of the Von Mach attired as- an' angel than the first harvest was begun -
the fifth following: Mrs. J. H. Doty, pianist, state are awaiting apprehensivelyfor nor the
fourth those from sugarhouse
grades; and bearing the Statue of the Infant Improvements within
::1 and sixth grades and those from I J. E. Beardsley, director, Marion clarification of the Administration and Father LawrenceJ. and in the field divisions

II; ,' ,' the _..seventh.eighth.. and ,ninth, Leydig, Lola Robbins! ,Mina.Niblack'" !. .; program., ,' I .. FlynnTThe Jesus;- have-also resulted-in 'greatly inI --. '
R. t
Smith N.
Turner/Irma jr.
r grades. Blanche Josiah Ferris, ;, representing efficiency making possiblethe
j procession will proceed up I reased: ,
: Smith, J. H. Doty, C. E. Robbins, United States Sugar Corporation
the tonnage -
\ This is the only Christmas program \ the main aisle of the church to the handling of a much greater
Wesley' Powell and Ed Curry. the recently organIzed' Florida
I planned for Saturday night, and sanctuary, where a replica of the : each day.While .

I the Sunday Schools having their Sugar Cooperative Association in Stable, "at Bethlehem has been pre- the record, of the present

.' trees tonight (Friday) and other Members Of Miami Washington, told the Associated pared. All kneel for a few' momentsin crop ,is approximately 5,050 bags in ;
the churches Sunday Press there Tuesday, "We don'tknow during the first
: programs at and adoration at, the altar excess of the total
night ending with the Catholic Mass Republican Club HereMore what is going to happen and rail prayer, after which the Infant Savioris crop it is also interesting to note

I t at ,St. Margaret's church at mid- we're not going to holler" until we placed in the Manger. The pro- that this production was obtained

i I, night. know where it hurts. cession then continues to the 'sacristy from 268,877 tons 'of cane or 23,350

I -- I than fifty members of the It is understood that should the where Father Flynn prepares I tons less than was ground during'the I

i I New U. S. S. C. Band Dade County Republican Club form- agreement with Cuba be signed itwo'uld to immediately begin the Mass. Dur- first harvest. '
Miami to the restoration of the the
ed a motorcade from mean The daily production of
ing the procession Mrs. George Sumner -
Will Make Its First Clewiston Sunday to view the sugar quota system in all its phases and of Pahokee and Miss Florence sugar' house has been stepped up
at the to again limit the daily
manufacturing ,operations would serve Busch of Belle Glade, will sing better than two thousand tons

Appearance In Park sugar house of the United States I II Florida production to less than a (Continued on page four) since it was first put in use. The .
t I Sugar Corporation. They made' 100,000 tons a year instead of permitting daily average at this time is some- ,

I I ,- the trip at the suggestion of W.! F. an expansion of the industry thing in excess of 5,100 tons.

Therkildsen, All-Florida editor of : ,in the Everglades as had been Political Campaign On;
The United States Sugar Corporation -
Herald who also accompanied -. confidently hoped by every grower.
I the Miami
I band, organized',just five weeks Clewiston All Stars
them on the trip here. Ferris said that the restorationf H. 'L. DeLaney First Up
ago, will make its first public appearance -
I tomorrow night at the The group had a luncheon meeting the quota, would necessitate a Cowboys In
\ I;: Defeat
at the Clewiston Inn where they plowing up of a portion of this
:i i Community Christmas tree and play were welcomed to Clewiston by year's crop and, estimated that nextyear's Sheriff H. L. DeLaney is first I
three selections on the program. ofa to toss his hat in the 'ring as a Close Game TuesdayBy
Mayor F. D. Duff. Brief talks were crop would be a quarter
Only six of the twenty-nine members I and
1940 elections,
candidate in
also made by Mr. Therkildsen and million tons if the quotas were
I of the band had any previous
I by members of the Club. taken off. Cuba, under the quota his announcement again seeking the
/ musical training and the progress ) A. L. Hackett
; of Hendry county
Special guides were provided for system is permitted to ship almost office of
I''I that has been made by the group is of
in this pulled
elsewhere All-Stars
While the tour of- the sugar house and a two million tons annually into the appears The Clewiston
of remarkable.
I little short great deal of ,effort was expendedto United States. the News. two consecutive forward passes in
be used
selections to
I the band give them a clear picture of the Soon after the European war Sheriff' DeLaney came to LaBelle the last minute of play to beat

; \ the Saturday night program are not entire process of raw sugar manu. started President Roosevelt .suspended 19 years' ago, and his record of political the LaBelle Cowboys 14-12 in a six-
I (! difficult ones, the very fact that service dates back to 1925 the local
to Clewiston the marketing provisionsof football game on
facture. On the way man
is able to play together
,\ the group I when he served a term on the city night.
they visited the state experimental the Sugar Act which automatically gridiron Tuesday
1 with-
Lil '" is a great accomplishment and most difficult 'station at Belle Glade and the government raised the duty on Cuban I commission. In 1928 he was ,elected The game went into the final
in another few weeks the of district 3, I leadingby
commissioner LaBelle
levee.' I sugar from ninety cents to a dollar county minute of play with
!h i selections will hold no terrors office he held two from
There were more than two hun- and 'a half a hundred. The modified LaBelle whIch a score of 12-8. A pass
,1 t for them. the approved thIs'week years. He was appointed Sheriff to Stone placed the ball on
Thb dred visitors shown through agreement Turk
j nd Is under Sturchio the direction of West I'I'i sugar house Sunday, to make It one would permit Cuba the ninety cent June 16, 1931, by Governor DoyleE. the LaBelle ten yard line. On the

i! I of Prof. F. G. band master of the biggest, visiting Sundays in rate if and when the quotas were Carlton to fill the vacancy'creat- next play, a pass Turk to Williamsover

_ I' ( Palm Beach, veteran the history of the mill. resumed but for the present, until ed by the resignation of Daniel Mc- the goal line, the touchdownwas
I who has also under supervision the succeeding election the locals the
i In
these quotas are revived the duty Laughlin. scored' that gave
: at this time the West Palm Beach candidatefor
in 32 he ran as a
will remain at $1.50.It
i Municipal Band and the West Palm l Kiwanis Club HasChristmas elected. This game. when Bell
is believed that the Florida the office and was Clewiston 'scored first
\1 Beach High School Band. He devotes later, in steppedoff
delegation In Congress will makea was repeated four years passed to James Winn who
Saturdays and Sundays to his workin MeetingThe yards fora
determined stand against the sys- 1936. the remaining twenty
Clewiston. Two group practices tem if restored. In asking for reelection again touchdown on the second play of
A are held each week at the receiv- Sheriff DeLaney submits to the Turk converted with a
ing station and any member has the members of the Kiwanis, of the game.
his record
voters of the county dropkick for two points.
right to spend as much time therein Club enjoyed the annual Christmas School AdjournedUntil fair and impartial service coveringthe LaBelle scored their first touch-
individual practice as he likes. meeting this week, the meeting be-' in office. when
time he has been in the first quarter
i Prof Sturchio not only gives group ing held on Tuesday instead of on January 9 Probably no one has a wider down Morrison passed to Hall after La-

Instruction during the two days Wednesday night as usual. of acquaintances in the intercepted a forward pass. .
range Belle
here but also individual instruction The usual gift exchange was held to failed ,
the territory conversion
and knows at
\'r in instrument. and after the members had spent The Clewiston school and other county The attempt
& \ any be covered better than he does. Clewiston in the lead 8-6.
i The Instruments were furnished some time playing with the various schools of the county were adjourned Sheriff DeLaney promises a con- the second quarter Clewiston

: by the United States Sugar Corpo- toys which each had received they today for the Christmas holidays tinuation of the same policies in recovered In the ball on their own 15
the members of the gathered together for dIstri- and will reconvene on Janu-
ration and were after
if favoredby shortly
the future as in the past, yard line and lost it
''I of the the underprivileged children 9.Most.
members to
band are either bution ary the voters in the May primaries. ward when Bell attempted a run-
corporation personnel or are schoolboys of the community. of the faculty members left Winn. LaBelle
-LaBelle News. to Owen
Ii whose fathers are employed Distribution of the gifts was put at once to spend the holidays: at ning downs and Hall

Vy the corporation.The in charge of B. E. Herring and H. their respective homes but Prof. R. made two first for LaBelle's
W: Turk has announced that he New "Dog Stand"At crossed the stripe
personnel of the band is as R. Hall. An attempt to
I : follows; Alfred Bellamey, bass will stay in Clewsiton _and make second touchdown. failed putting
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drum; A. E. Oliver, snare drum; plans for moving into the new Bowling AlleysJ. convert by a pass lead 12-8.

Jimmy Wilson and L. C. Rosen- Hodges, Charles Benson and C. B. building as soon as it is completed.Paul LaBelle in end the of the half LaBellewas

f, berg, Sousaphones; A. L. Hackett, Ahrent, clarinets; Ed Clark, F. E. Bussey contractor on the At the of the ball on
and Jack Beachare possession
Jimmy Holland and Ed Von Mach, Tillman, Harold Taylor, saxophones; building, has promised that the B. Alderman in line.

,t mellophones; Dick Tarlton, Owen Wallace Arey, C. C. Klutts, Bud building will be ready for occupancy erecting a "hot dog" and con- their own 30 beginning yard of the second

t Winn, Nick Schiffli Junior Waters, Vaughn and E. C. Cowart, trom about January 20 and the fection stand near their bowling From the final minute of play,

i I John Ilobbins and J. B. Brantley, bones; W. L. Lott flute; J. H. school is hopeful of moving in by alleys this week. The stand will be half until the In a pass from

r trumpets; Boyd Vorhees R. T. Harper, oboe; Harry Knight, bari the beginning-of the second semes- I finished in stucco and should :present when Stone Continued gathered on page Six)
attractive appearance: .
.\ Lewis, L. V. McClellan Robert tone. ter on January 29. __ a very



NEWS ANALYSIS BY JOSEPH W. LaBlNE'I I Sick Children I I Guess It's....;....No It Isn't! I I'AYNmN'NNNN

Rumania, Pressed on All Sides, Need 'Natural'

'rs."-- _'./ '''''''''_''''' ,.,?._ . ... ..........
in Balkan Crisis Parental CareBy
Is Key State ;


Talk Heard DR.,JAMES W. BARTON /i.Y Af' ;
Peace AgainEDITOR'S
: .
: ,' 1 r .JJ rSY K /
ONE of the excuses made for ; : yy2 I Irr

expressed in these columns, they J boy or ,girl! of 'teen age 'rI Y' '

are( those of NOTE the news-When analyst opinions and arc not necessarily of this newspaper.) ,who is selfish, rude, ill behaved,

Released by Western Newspaper Union. lacks courage, or demands his

own way, is that ,

f Ii he was a weak TO 0 A Y'S &* \ Fw

I HUNGARY RUSHES I. I I I TO RUSSIA SEIZE DENIES BESSARABIA.PLAN 1 1I child many or illnesses.It had had. H EA LT H 1a2 zt,4I '

i I I I, q iJy %fiA/ r / /
RUSS AGGRESSION ural that when a 'k4'/$ r9y;' EL2/

I I III youngster is sick, his family,

I I I i particularly the mother, is like-

HUNGARY WOULD SEIZE ii 1 II I ly to be over careful of him. She 'L '.,xij5/yL.l;i:,''
I RUSSIA INVADED RUMANIA ,is c_ continually about him, ar- % : '
ri 7'
I /, ranging his pillows, shading the a
4g %f4 '
I i I I I BULGARIA. PRO RUSS, sun or lights, asking him his

WOULD SEIZE DOBRUJA wants and in various I ;%r y'L" L.f///:
I I I I ways I/ll/ ,.J /C/L'/J/ /
'. ITALY, HAVING BALKAN STAKE BESSARABIA; DISTRUST making him feel how importanthe ,.sl/<,lfrr / 1rr 1//1r % ?1YiC//y1/J yjyiThe /:; /

a IN ALBANIA RE-AFFIRMS AXIS TURKEY Sea is to her. It is not any won-
TO STAY OUT OF BALKANS I der then that should he be deli-

cate or be attacked by a num-
l I morning tub with mountainsof there in
Surely are no synthetics
X71 J BDSP RUSI of children's ailments he
I ber suds and a generous-sized bath this picture. Guess again. The

takes advantage of the mis- sponge! What, not a sponge? No, bristles in that tooth brush never I
I I I i1 J I 1IIIT taken kindness of the house- this "sponge" is made of paper, but had a speaking' acquaintance with
I hold. Even between attacks of ill it works just as well. any animal.

T ness he expects the same "kind" I I __.___.__.__...........m...._._____
treatment. I rJ

I crda dt., c- Some very sensible
advice is givento
parents and oth-
1 1 i GERMANY TO REMEMBER ers by Elizabeth Cot-
Mediterranean II1 FATE OF FINLAND AND ton, Huntsville, Texas -

POLAND A, in Hygeia, the
health magazine.

"Even though spe-

RUMANIA FIGHTS OFF ENEMIES AND 'PROTECTORS'Chances cial care is necessary -'

grew this month that pressure on Rumania from all sides may drive a child should be

Europe's war into the Balkans, where a precarious peace still clings hopefully. Immediate _._ __ treated as_ naturally_ .
sources of trouble are shown above. Not shown are longer.standing sources, mm" as possible u duringDr.

namely, pressure on Rumania from Germany, on the one hand, and Britain and Franceon Barton an illness and par-
the other. Both want control of Rumanian oil and grain, but so, for that matter, do ticularly when he is

Russia and Italy. One Soviet step inside Rumania, however, would bring down the out of bed and recovering from the
wrath of Italy, which demands that the Balkans be left severely alone. illness."

Rest Is Necessary. r'i :
the I Inoman's
peasants across heavily-mined
DOMESTIC: From the ,physical standpoint
land on the Karelian isth-
when the child is getting better it is
America AbroadThere mus. (The French use pigs for the'
important not to let him damagehis
same purpose). Another report said w'v
have been some 4j4
may heart by being up on his feet too
marked connection between, U. S. Russian tanks advanced against Fin- much and too soon. This makes it y a,
nish lines running over the bodies of /
and the state department'sabrupt
politics hard for the parent or nurse becausethe
their wounded.It .
decision to censure Europe's child has been "quiet" so long 7c1r"fi '
belligerents. 'Then, again, Ambas- was ''no picnic for the Reds, at he is naturally anxious to get up. T y' 1rHl

sador Joseph P. Kennedy's return any rate. Inexperienced in arctic "Many children are injured per

from London may: have provided warfare, they died by the' hundreds manently because they are allowed

impetus. But while Republican ,I as the Finns loosed snow avalanches, to return to school too soon afteran

strategists were debating the wis- disabled scores of tanks with un- illness. No child should ,be out

dom of attacking the 'administra- canny firing accuracy and rode to of bed following such illness as rheumatic Something new .in hats. ,This Miss 1940 steps forth on a rainy

tion's alleged pro-British stand and victory on skis against their ill-pre. fever, tonsillitis, scarlet fever smart little number is made of pasties ; day in her smart ensemble, water-

its failure to rebuke Russia for, in- pared adversaries. diphtheria, or< whooping cough and wood. Everything from Af- proofed by a new substance madeof

. vading Finland, Secretary of State Western War until' his.temperature is normal for rican mahogany to New England silver coke, limestone and salt, which
Cordell Hull acted swiftly. 24:to 48 hours." birch goes into feminine head- chemical science has made, into a
Russia was warned the U. S. would Peace talk to the contrary, the allies gear. magic material called koroseal.
hold Moscow responsible for dam- war against Germany became

American interests growing 'Ulcers May Result .. ... ..... .
ages to intensified as Britain clamped down "f / ( 'J"< 'w< f
; ;
lr"3fl"Jz"N( M@d< !.%m lW.Jrit.'ffJf !m $i7 : $ : .
out of its blockade of Finland. Since her blockade of all Nazi exports. (;:
Americans are already barred from A Japanese freighter, which stub- From Nervousness 6

this area by the neutrality law, the bornly threatened to sail with Ger-
N MY student days we used to
warning was at best a slight wrist man goods from the Netherlands, ,I
slap. Next Mr. Hull warned Britain suddenly changed its mind. On one make up tables of the symptomsof
that her blockade of German the various diseases of an organ
new "black Friday" 14 losses to British
-stomach, 'heart, kidneys-and
and neutral nations were revealed,
,tried to remember which of these
symptoms were found in each dis yrS '
p :
ease. Thus in diseases of'the stom

China to the Rescue"It ach-ulcer, cancer, chronic inflammation ; I
r /r'i i///
is for us to act in order that little -we thought of the pain f'J': ::1 -
people in distress will not be deceived." presence, absence and amount of "

Thus spake Norway's Karl J. gastric juice, appearance of the face ,
ci } @1i Hambro, new president of the and other symptoms. h 1a. ,
What did not know in former
League of Nations assembly, as he we
'IL 4 ascended the rostrum to open the days and what we are rapidly learn-

a f league's greatest show-the trialof ing now is that many ailments are iG': .
R Russia due to the general makeup. '' Y / ,/
= for an attempt on Finland's 4'a w ?' ,
life. Italy was gone; so was Thus Dr. T. Grier Miller Philadelphia r '.C ra
/I [ r! Germany. The' Russian delegate, in Virginia Medical Month w f

Jakob Surits, stayed at his hotel. ly, says:
.. j "Ulcer can no longer be regardedas
This left the league largely a
a local disease of the stomachor
group of democracies bound together -
'"''N;''' ZI-k in a last futile attempt to main- intestine. ,The modern physician

JOE KENNEDYHis tain peace by collective security. must concern himself with the person K i .MWkni.; z.?:>r.( .::w ;r fw: ;.w. .'' f-"f. :rf:':'?:>r oc W'.J<:;<::.=:;' who has the ulcer, with his heredity
There stragglers like
were puppet
hand was visible. Lithuania and Latvia, but they could with his physical, mental and emo- This Christmas' costume jewelry As does this tricky vanity with a

exports "shall not cause interference speakonly tional makeup, with his surround all comes' from the chemist's lab- I, tiny light at the top for better 'o.I
ings and social standing and with
with the legitimate trade of its in the assembly -, his personal habits of life." oratory. makeup.

(America's nationals ." not in
) Tendency' Toward Ulcers. -- -, .,.,,, '" ,. "........u-w//..',,
the council
Joe Kennedy's hand was more visible which must i t a, This does not mean that the high-
in the next President '
vote unani- / strung, nervous, emotional individ-
Roosevelt told his conferencethe
press in ual is bound to develop stomach ul"
ways were being sought to in- mously or- s f :yr income / :
der to oust cer, but that he is more likely'to do
the use'of
crease ships
on Russia.Strangely. so when he is attacked by infectionor r-
routes abandoned by belligerents.
eats the wrong kinds of food.
Climaxing the renewal of vigorousU. Drs. Clarence F. G. Brown, Chi-

S. action abroad was establish- sentimentfor cago, and Ralph E. Dolkhart, Boston -
ment of a dummy Finnish-American ouster in the Journal of the American
Trading corporation to be financedby did nnt Medical Association state that the in-

$10,000,000 in"credits supplied by I I from SECTY. BUTLER vestigation of 1,500 cases where ulcer : IW\
Jesse Jones' export-import bank. France and '
China saved Russia. returned after having' healed
BrItaInwithout showed that in order of importancethe

THE WARS : ( whose support there wouldbe causes were, (1) nervousness, '
no league but from LatinAmerican vr''1'" 2,0
including fatigue and anxiety, (2) ?r !
Rumor Hath It-
nations who threatened to quitif acute infection such as a cold, in- ., s
A persistent but unconfirmed report the Soviet wasn't "punished." fected sinus, abscessed tooth, or H'.4a.w4a r 3 /
popped up simultaneously in a This drew the allies into line. acute indigestion, and '((3) the things rr/ ,
s **Sy*. \ s' <*! "iv r? v#
half-dozen European capitals to the But at Russia's darkest hour she put in the stomach-coarse foods, SI : '

effect that Germany was willing to got help from an unexpected, though highly seasoned foods, hot bread, yvy i\:2i
call off her war with the allies, join- logical place. In the presence of seedy vegetables and fruits, fruit :

ing hands in a four-power (France, British Foreign UnderSecretaryRichard cakes and puddings, cucumbers, rad-

Britain, Italy and Germany) drive Austen Butler' walked Dr. ishes, olives and celery.It _ _
against the Russian juggernaut. Wellington Koo, scholarly ex-Chinese is well to remember, then, that : _

ambassador to the U. S., now that while infection and wrong foods may
", Arctic War nation's league representative. Koo's be the immediate cause of, or return When milady retires, her tradi- More chemical magic: A pack of

Whether they were spreading announcement: China will not sup- of, the ulcer of the stomach or tional hundred strokes with the playing cards of synthetic paper; a

propaganda or telling the truth, the port the ouster. Reason (left un- intestine, nervousness and anxiety brush are accomplished with a com cigarette lighter which looks like

Finns did..a nice job of building up,, _said):< Russia alone remains as a prepare the'soil or tissue that grows bination brush-comb made of plastic '- metal but was really made of plan

wor'd hatred of the Soviets.< One source of supplies for"China in her 'or. develops' ,the ulcer.' .. : !. tics.WEEKLY .- _.. ..
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) ,
report said'they were sending Polish war against Japan; :


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:, THE VlSTOtt Kfttt'S PAGE THREEState's
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19.3, Citrus 18.8.
!L Birth Rate Those with lowest per capita! K
I wealth had the following birth
I ; At Highest Level [ rate: Santa Rosa 25.8, Okaloo
, i
,'IJ 123.5, Walton 19.0, Holmes 22.5. flu
Washington 20.4, Bay 23.9, JackI -
; Florida's birth rate has reached I son 23.3, Calhoun 26.0, Liberty
I I \ the highest level In nine years, according 18.2, Gadsden 23.9, 'Wakulla 16.4, ; 'II ::2thPAt: > r- t
hi.1 to "complete figures just released Jefferson 20.3, Madison 21.5, Hai -
a, 1 F'i' by the State Board of I ilton 24.3, Suwannee 23.4, Lafa -
I I; Health vital statistics bureau. The ette 25.2 Baker 19.4, Union 13.6,
r : report .covers 22 years from 1917 ,
I Bradford 22.3, Alachua 20.3, Levy
1 through 1938. 18.9, Hardee 16.8. All of these except -
: : 1 The Florida birth rate for 1938 Hardee and Union are above

; '. is 18.3 as against 17.7 for the previous the state average.In .
I i year. Not since 1929 when 1937, the latest available federal & Fi Fip
,. E the rate was 18.8 has the 1938 record report, the average nation
I been beaten. Highest rale for birth rate was 17.0 as compared
the 22 year period occured in 1926 with 17.7 for Florida that same 1

when 'the rate was 27.0. (Ii' that I year. _
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year the white race exceeded the .

colored, but In all subsequent years t tI J. F. TIPPEY. .
save one,(namely 1927, the colored I Remove Restrictions; \ r : I

birth rate has been higher than ; POWER AND LIGHT. CO.
the white. I End WPA-Andrew r > "'Contractor arid 1. .. '

f' ., : Gilchrist with a rate of 30.0 for ;I ... .'-- L'!'- \ 1iS.;

1938 is the highest in the state I I Bartow-FNS-"We') wouldn' Builder ,
Comer with 11.5 Is the lowest. Du- I need the WPA In Florida if AhsugVr i: .
'. ,val county had a rate of 17:2"1 'tjuota' were off permanent!y': I?. '.
17.2, Orange i4.ri", 'Pinellas : ..
Hillsboro I and we could produce what we cor -
\ 14.8, Polk 17.5, Volusia 12.6. i: sume right here in the state," Ser- I ., ..
.' Counties with the highest per ator- Charles ,0. Andrews pointe
capita wealth based on assessed out in a talk here this week. '. *
valuation in 1938, showed the following He explained that expansion f.ol., It
birth rate'sufor that year: the state's sugar industry wp'Qld
"'Dade 23.9, Palm Beach 18.6, Lee immediately follow the, removal of) '

'21.3, Glades 16.5, Charlotte 10.6, the quota'1limitaip):14: .,.UHj1.! .aii- ID 1939III
Sarasota 16.4, Lake. 15.8, Hernando ,! other mill would be built and at
least 30,000 additional acres put
to cane which would 'give employment -
I to thousands.,of.men,., ?,'' -
: The' expansion of' the sugar industry \
trt1D' HE t' establishment of the tropi '
A Everglades National Park, and production -
t of Sea Island cotton am
"J = said,. would serve to<
amie, Andrews
:.... !!# .--d:,. :
/ .r.YJ give employment to other thousand rI
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-Ff" naking 'federal 'relief aid. in thi i iY

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-0. .S Farnam Begins ,

,I I'II' I ,.)[ f New Bowling, 'Alleys, ,
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.h.'o'(: '" ; CLEWISTON .
(Moore Haven Democrat : .
''ril Robert C. Farnam has begun th< S. : : ; ., '
I i r LAUNDRY ; >:
construction: of la new bowling alle: :
il I on the vacant lot between his res ,
Mrs. A. P. Wynn
.1Ii aurant and the Glades Theatre. :
Ii Iid I. They will be regulation out-doo o]
I, built concrete and .will bighted < t
AUTO alleys
; I for night play. The alleys, I _______ .. ..----
W ail:1G:1G:1G; if ::1W {lJu1;
: ASSOCIATE STORESTANDARD I ire sixty-three feet in length and .. .
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11 : ach: of the two is forty-two inches; !
I '- fide with a gutter between to provide -' "...;>r: .. J: :: I
,I '', I for drainage. It will require .
I I about three weeks to. complete there :? llal1l Q) mJ
I md allow time for the concrete tc

I. ure: sufficiently,.for playing.
:' I There are a"*number' 'of 'bowling, "

I enthusias'ts in the community<3 "'aECEHOIQ '= I xt
hese alleys should provide a long-
elt need, for oa clear k
I ecreation for everyone. .
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South Clewiston I I1H

Services Every' Sunday: 11j
Sunday school at 9:45.
I Morning worship at" 11 a. m.
I Young Peoples meeting, 6 p. m..
I \ 'M. Dudley, director.
I II Rev. 1\! i
I Evangelistic. services; r7:30 p. m. i
; Tuesday evening 'service. 7,:30'.P, -
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"" Friday evening service 7:30 p.i. .:, ',. -.. .
:; ,Mrs Homer Taylor '
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i Ii The public? is cordially invited tc CLEWISTON I
; I ttend all services.M., : Chairman
J M. DUDLEY pastor..

\r Bill Martin, Manager :" If.
CARD OP THANKS Hendry County ,

SERVICE STATION We wish to thank our many School Board < .
I riends for kindnesses shown and ,
d ovely flowers during the illness!
and death of my mother, Mrs.
: !'! Gratton H. George I .
'ency Dupuis. _
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FOUR __ ", _' THE- CLEWISTON NEWS:. ". .' u ._ __ FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22,' 103D *
I Northern Exposure' Favored 1=
(Tennessee Football 1 CHRISTMAS SEAL In olden times people chose houses 1
with a northern exposure' because .
Team Visits Mill "the 'south wind doth corrupt and
doth make evil varours:"
39jfleip a.
About thirty members of the '

Laurenceburg Tenn., football squad NOTICE I MAS

which played in Pahokee Wednesday I ,
the houi The annual meeting of the Stockholders '
night visited sugar I I
of First Bank of Clewistonwill
here on Wednesday.The be held in the office of the'' I 1 1 1r
group was being escorted on Bank at Ciewiston, Hendry County, ,
a tour of the Everglades by... the .Florida on Thursday, January 4th 1
Council ...hich
Pahokee Athletic 1940 at Eight O'clock P. M.
ended with the visit to the sugarhouse
Elbert L. Stewart, Cashier. .
that after: I
hero about 2:30 !

The team battled Pahokee to a I )t" )rh"it :t-tt }( ,
scoreless tie on the Pahokee field

game.that night in a thrilling .football: I Merry r' is Christmas; IItf ,

to Protect Your J 6 ..'J.tU. -
ana.y::, ii ., R N. MILLER c,, "
Midnight M ss'I I .elfromTuLerculosjs 'P"f c,r 'I,

.. 'New=Year i "
I Tax Collector # .
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"Silent Night" accompanied on the son, Elmon, five daughters, Mrs. J. I pi

organ by Mrs. B. A."Bourne, churcl R. Brown of Orlando, Mrs. William
organist. Douglas of Canal Point, Mrs. TomDouglas Mr. and Mrs. .'! :1 t
The entire choir consisting of ,, .. ., ; > I
1:1yl "
; Mrs. Mark Emerick and
Mrs. Bourne, Mrs. J. F. Tippey, I A. W. SIASGULF :
Mrs.Harry Mrs., Broward Scott, of Clewiston, ,
Mrs. George Somner, ,
Vaughn, Mrs., P. C. Tarleton, Mrs one sister, Mrs. Ella Sheppard of tI: -t: .t( t:; J.-t(<
E. H. Holstine the Misses Julia Dexter, Ga., thirty-one grand-chil-,
Ann Oglesby, Margaret Von Mach, hen and fifteen great grand-chil- 1I
Catherine Comiskey, Eleanor Flynn, Iren.
Florence Busch, Nora Oglesby,
Parmelia Bourne and the Messr: I
Oliver and Kettl, will render thi MRS. AGNES O. HUBERT Joyous I
beautiful and impressive "Mass of:

the Angels." The offertory hymn, Mrs. Agnes O. Hubert 58, pioneer
"Oh Holy Night", will also be sung? !
resident of Hendry county died I
by the entire choir, as will th
Communion hymn, "Oh Lord I an Tuesday at her home in Fort De-
On 1rth
Not Worthy.' laud after a long illness. She is survived eaCe

The recessional, "Come All Ye by her husband, Clarence Hu-i;

Faithful", is a duet by Mrs. Sum- bert, a daughter, Mrs. Frances Ad-, rl"w
ner and Miss Busch. :unson, one granddaughter and- :;
Father Flynn has chosen as the hree sisters, Mrs. Laura Adams,
topic for his special Christmas ser- Irs. Lee,Roan and Mrs. John Dyess
mon "Christmas! A Pagan" Holiday ill of Fort Denaud. 1939 19 3.9i I
or a Christian Festival? r
The decorating of the church and
the altar is in charge of Saint ,Mar- Barnacles j I

garet's Altar Society an energeticand Young barnacles are odd looking; II
hard-working organization.The very different in youth from the I WILLIAM T. HULL
Christmas Midnight Mass ,at adult barnacle familiar to the sailor.
Saint Margaret's has for some time And for a long time no one realized '
been an outstanding Christian eventin that this curious little creature wasa OIL
the community, as has been young barnacle. It was named a '.CORPORATIONCHRISISJOY Clerk Circuit Court '
manifested by the large numbersof "nauplius." It is only after the nau- \ l re
people representing various religious plius attaches itself to a rock or
beliefs attending. some board with its long feelers, '}-\, s

Father Flynn cordially invites that it develops a double shell for "- :,_w,. .
the public to attend, and in the its protection. From time 'to time,
name of the members 'of his'' flock the'new shell' sections are added to
'to' its "roof" until it generally''has five
he wishes
and in his own name r
compartments. Below the shell hang
extend to everyone a prayer: for a n
blessed Christmas and New Year. several pairs of long arm-like appendages -
\ which wave currents ol
) water into the barnacle's mouth- '
OBITUARY and in the water hundreds of tiny ; 't sr WISHES

creatures which are the barnacles' ,
regular menu. Barnacles 'are commonest FORA
G. B.: WARREN, in warm seas, but there are I -
countless numbers of them on sticks
G. B. Warren, 77, died suddenly
and stones in northern waters as I
Sunday afternoon at the home of
his son, Elmon Warren, in South
Clewiston. He was stricken with a
heart attack and lived but a few
minutes. One of China's Capitals

Funeral services were held at the Sian was one of the first of the

grave side in Fort ,Denaud Monday eighteen capitals of China, the one !
afternoon at three o'clock. Services which first united the whole coun-

were conducted by Rev. M. M. Dudley try. Ambassadors from Persia and
pastor of the Pentecostal distant Turkey knelt before the:
Dragon Throne in Sian. Christian .
Church of South Clewiston.

Mr.. Warren is survived by his missionaries established a cathedral ;', 'J ":' :, / ; ', \-.:. ': "
Sian \
here twelve centuries ago. In ;:, ,> :
: ,
was developed the culture
the rest of China to adopt
tea for the national beverage. Sian's' ;: -WtSTbN MOTOR COMPANY
The Youth in BusinessBy civilizing effect spread to Japan,

with the, result that the Japanes'eadopted Inc.
C. E. JohnstonDean .
and use Chinese characters '

Schools of Business in writing and drink tea. Many
International CcrrespondenceSchoolt Japanese wear the kimono, a vari-
ation of an ancient Chinese style
which has been abandoned in the

are many rules in every country of its origin.

THERE which new employes .
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will do well to observe. Frequently,
these rules are,unwritten and even : a- }/
unspoken, yet their observance HOMES IN Nls'rORY'
plays a highly important part in determining FAMOUS l-
the progress of the individual
employe. The unwrittenlaws
of a firm often relate to per- '
sonal conduct and appearance.
There are certain things "that one
does not do," even things "that one
does not wear." The newcomer In "
a business should be quick to learn
these rules and to conform to them. I ,;
Often the ability to conform to "." "
rules that are not of importance
lu themselves is one of the tests 1 v
by which the worthwhileness of ,
J., the youthful employe is judged. Tktflame ofi"HOME
The importance of being friendly 5 ,SWEET HOME"
and helpful in all your business
contacts cannot be too much stress. glltktpl OWN
ed. The reputation of a business TI-'"s' was the home of John JYOURovrn
depends largely on what its cus- :. \
tomers think about the helpfulnessof I: Howard Payne, author of,one HOME,

its employes. The young em ffS\ of America's best loved songs
ploye, ,however, has not completed
his job when hd has made< a favor- '
' able Impression on such of his em- ELBERT L. STEWART I Let t"U5 help you achieve security

'' ployer's Being friendly customers and helpful as he to meets.one's and'comfort of a home of your own

fellow employes and even to one's
superiors is equally important.-The Representative' "Hendry County 'I

:young ,employe often asks How
can I be helpful to my superior? I II l Oewiston Federal Savings
The answer is-By' doing your job .
so well that it requires little supervision .
by relieving the superior of 'i.i :1 I AssociationPAGE.
some- ,of the details of his work, I :and Xoan '

and* above, all by avoidhigg _. .. ., '- ,-< .., I

on- the., '.nerveS', ,, of,.. the. superior.' - ." '
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Pamela's Enthusiasm r rI ..
t ; ? I AROUND' Items of Interest
HousehoIdNeuis Was Wasted on John i
j ale to the Housewife '

1 ,, John felt that he could never the HOUSE I:

ask Pamela tobe his, .wife. .

j True, he loved her as he had

never, loved anyone else ,before, Read the labels on canned foods. juice than those that are coarse-

.. but then she was an angel, while Many tell the number of slices textured and light in weight.

I, he lead' many little weaknesses of contained in the can. Others give *, *

[ 'which no angel would ever approve. additional useful information about Protect House Plants.- Drafta

Pamela, on the other hand, the contents. of cold air or night temperatures

spent her time thinking that it was that approach freezing handicap

high time John popped the ques- About Grapefruit.-A soft, discolored house plants. It is best to remove i

/ tion! ,area at the stem end of them from windows for the night.
I One night he came to the point. a grapefruit indicates decay and i *

i "Pamela, Pamela," he urged, decay, even in one small spot, will Attractive Centerpiece.-A wooden j

"will you marry me?" affect the flavor of the whole fruit. salad bowl of the old-fashioned I

t' "You bet," she replied briskly."I chopping variety makes an attractive -

know darling," he answered, Picking Lemons.-Lemons, that centerpiece for the holiday

xty "" tr ashamed., "But if you'll only say have a fine-textured skin and are party if it is filled with appetizers
P t' jj
$ 'Yes,' I.'ll: promise never to back I heavy for their size are usually assorted. Surround the bowl with

another horse!" 'of a better quality and have moreHOW holly, pine and mistletoe sprigs. :

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JI \ ,. The Spoken WordFar

& By more effective (than books)

I / k 2V_ I i to SE'W" RUTH WYETH is the spoken word. There is I'

J SPEARS something in the voice, the ,coun-
.0 tenance, the bearing and the gesture I
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of the speaker, that concurin

the base. Mark the blue strip 1 fixing an impression upon the

inch wide along the left edge as mind, deeper than can even vigorous :

shown and then the red strip join- writings.-Pliny the Younger.

ing it on the right edge. Now cut i!i

away the top and lower right corners I I
; ; as shown. Cut the red, blue

.vmWS V.W47pw: :N4Yt ti L' PIECE BORDER and print sections apart and use

THEN STITLH IT a'y them for patterns in cutting the
I I fabric pieces addinginch seam / /
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I (See Recipes Below) RA I'BANDo at all edges.
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.- Children Need Parties Too cal refrigerator. Turn cold controlto
NOTE: Readers who are now
lowest temperature for rapid I
using Sewing Books No. 1, 2 and 3 I
freezing. Stir three times at half- PRINT? ,;
With all the holiday festivities for e will be happy to learn that ,No. 4
hour intervals after the ice has be "
grown folks and for older sisters is ready for mailing; as well as
gun to freeze. When almost frozen,
brothers it's not that the 10-cent editions of
and strange No.1, 2
place the mixture in a chilled bowl,
members of the family THE new uses for crazypatch and 3. Mrs. )
the youngest Spears has just made / #
and beat with a rotary egg beater;, in Sewing Book.3,have
beg for a party, too!, then: return to tray and complete the aroused'so'' much 'interest that it quilt block ,patterns for three designs -
:' Children's parties must be color- selected from her favorite
freezing. setus to thinking ,of smart I
ful, the entertainment simple, and Early American quilts. You may,
the refreshments Special Peanut Butter Sandwiches, ways' to .use pieced quilt block have these patterns FREE with 3 simple steps begin amazing
,, (Makes: filling) This border of relief in
Ii'- very light. If the cup designs. pieced your order for four books. Priceof a jiffy!
1 ripe banana small patterned cotton prints of
; r party is to be a books-10 cents each postpaid.
1 cup peanut butter all kinds and colors put together '
(and why Set' of three quilt block patterns
'I success % dates (cut fine) ,y l.To relieve rieadaeha. ,. I
cup ,with red and blue strips is the I
without books ;
it 10
give One if cents. Send or- i: .1 bod discomfort and
1 activities 1 teaspoon lemon j juice result. It is very striking and ders to Mrs. %' aches take 2 Bayer
i isn't?) the Spears, Drawer, 10,-
: a Mash banana with a fork and thor- decorative for lunch cloth shown Aspirin Tablets and
':1 f :, of the young- Bedford Hills, New York \ drink a glass of water.
blend in
sters must be oughly remaining ingredi- here which, by the way, is madeof Repeat in 2 hours.
: ents. Use, between slices of whole unbleached muslin bags. The ._
wisely directed r ------------ --
wheat bread. seams. where'' the bags are joinedto
: rnt '4 from the moment
1 Little Silver Cakes. make the cloth the desired size Ask
Y' they arrive, until Me Jhioiher 2.For sore throat from
they leave. SA cup shortening are covered with straight 1-inch cold diSS J'vrBaYef
1% cups granulated sugar bands of the red and blue mate- Aspirin Tablets
the entertainment, A General
Choose direct and
to $ Quiz glass of water
2% cake flour
cups rial shown the
: as at right.
i the wisest, jolliest, child-loving adult gsrgle.:
you know. Plan games that are 3 teaspoons baking powder The diagram at the, lower, left .------------------------

simple, and make sure that all the ,Vi teaspoon salt shows you how, to make a patternfor
children included. Remember, 1 cup milk the blue red and print pieces. The Questions
3. Check i
too, 'that children weary quickly of 1 teaspoon vanilla' extract 'Cut a 'triangle of" stiff ''paper *4fe I If you have temperature.a (ever and

, I I ,anyone activity, so plan a variety of 4 egg whites inches high and 7 inches wide at 1. What does being sent to cov- k-r"1"1 temperature does not
, Cream the shortening, add the 'entry mean? go down-call your
and the new one underway doctor. .
\ games sugar, and beat well. Sift the flour 2. What is the national languageof
before interest in the old one
baking 'powder, and salt; add alter- Brazil?

vanishes.Party refreshments, of course, :nately with the milk and vanilla. Strange Facts 3. Is there any difference be- Just be sure you get genuine fast-
Beat the whites until stiff and tween and flavor
egg savor ? BAYER .
acting Aspirin.
must be geared to the age of the
fold into the cake., Bake in greased 4. What is
'' a country'sfavorable
guests. If they are very'young, it'sa muffin tins in a moderate oven (350 I 8 Year Salvage! Job f balance of trade? At the first sign of a cold, follow the

; ,good idea to serve the feast at degrees) for approximately 15 to',20 Nurses Out ,of,Sky 5. A procurator, a peregrinatorand directions in the pictures above-
i 'the end of'the party, so that it takes 0 the simplest and among the most
minutes., Pontiffs Train Shy a promulgator. One is a,lawyer -
I the place of the regular evening effective methods of relief knownto
\ meal. Sugared. Doughnuts. one a publisher, and the other' modern science.So .
4 eggs The greatest salvage job in his- a traveler. Which is which?
j Decorate the table with does
snapping quickly Bayer Aspirin
1 cup sugar tory to which the British navy 6. Is silverfish member of
a a
crackers, colored balloons, and pep- ."take hold" of painful cold
permint canes to, give a really festive '4 tablespoons shortening (melted") devoted eight years, making more the finny tribe? toms, welcome relief you can real
setting for the occasion. 1 teaspoon vanilla extract than,5,000 dives, was the recovery 7. Why are macadam roads so feel often starts in a short time.

When Five and Six-Year Olds Get 2% to 3 cups cake flour '':';.. of, $24,800,000 worth of gold from called? It's amazing how fast it works.

1 Together Vz teaspoon salt the wreck of the White Star 'liner Try this way. You will say it is

3 teaspoons baking powder Laurentic, which'struck a mine unequalled. But be sure
Sandwiches The Answers
Peanut Butter
I 1 teaspoon cinnamon and sank in 120 feet of water off you get the fast-acting A
Raw Carrot Strips
I Beat the eggs until light. ,Add the north Irish coast in 1917. Bayer product you' Y
j i Peppermint Stick Tapioca Cream and continue 1. To be excluded from the so- Ask for Bayer Aspirin byBAE fR
slowly beating
: I Cocoa sugar France now has a volunteer ciety of the people to which one the full name when you R
: Peppermint Stick: Tapioca Cream. until foamy. Add corps of approximately 200 "flying belongs. buy.

I (Serves 8) ing melted and shorten-vanilla / /s ,nurses," women skilled in parachutejump'ing 2. Portuguese. GENUINE BAYER ASPIRIN

I 2 egg yolks J 4 .as well as nursingwho 3. Flavor refers more specifically -
extract. Mix' and
I i 4 cups milk are ready at a moment's no- to odor and savor to taste

1 I % cup quick-cooking tapioca sift two cups of \y < tice to be flown and dropped, with However, the words are generally
flour and all the
; c their medical kits at where
; % red cinnamon candies, ,. points synonymous.
1 other dry ingredi-
: crushed peppermint sticks, or their services are urgently needed. 4. More exported than imported.
ents and fold into (1
I crushed clear fruit-flavored the mixture. The only 'Pontiff of the Roman 5. Lawyer, traveler and publisher
I I candies Catholic church who ever rode on respectively.
Add just enough more'flour to makea
: Vi teaspoon salt soft which a railroad train while pope was 6. No. It's a household insect.
dough can be handled.
((1 i I 2 egg whites Place on lightly floured board and Pius IX, who reigned from 1846 to 7. For John Macadam, who in-

Mix egg yolk with small amount roll dough out 'toinch thickness.Cut 1878.-Collier's. vented the process. 1
I of milk' in top of double boiler. ,
I Add quick-cook- and fry 'in deep fat ((370 de-
) and drain
grees on unglazed paper.
I ing tapioca, candies k' Grilled Bacon Sandwiches.
salt and remaining t ':\
Remove crusts from slices of'

!! I Place' over rapidly milk.- -" ll only.bread and Spread toast untoasted bread on side one with side

.,. peanut butter and top with slices of
I'N I and cook 10 to 12 :
minutes after water L\\\\\ bacon. Preheat broiler to 350 de

grees. Place sandwiches on broiler
i boils again
rack 3& inches from flame. Broil
:' stirring. Remove frequently. from- until;bacon is crisp and brown, approximately proved 25% slower-burning than the average of the

fire. (Tapioca will _., 7 minutes. Serve very 15 other of the largest-selling brands tested. '

be well distributed ...," hot.'V
Stands for Vegetables. '
throughout, but mixture
will be
To be sure,we all know that vege-
thin. Do not overcook.) Beat egg
tables in one form or another are
white until just stiff enough to hold
an important part of the diet. But
shape. Fold hot tapioca mixture
when you're confronted with the
gradually into white. Cool-
problem of getting Junior to eat his
mixture thickens as it cools. Chill.
carrots, just how will you get around
Serve in sherbet glasses. Garnish
that? Next week I'll give
you my
.. 1 with whipped cream and colored .
'I candies. suggestions for solving that particular .4)jJfy FIr. .y4y
I i problem. Be sure and watch for
f Orange Ice. them in this column next week.
1 cup granulated sugar
i 2 cups water '

,. 1 teaspoon gelatin Have you sent for your leaflet

1 tablespoon cold water of "Holiday Recipes," by Elea- for more mildness, coolness, and flavorBy

2 cups orange juice nor Howe? Plum puddings, cakes I 1- '
2 tablespoons lemon juice burning 25% slower than theaveragb
rich with fruit and nuts, cookiesfor
( 1 teaspoon lemon extract all kinds of parties, and con- of the 15 other of the larg

1 teaspoon orange extract fections, too-you'll find recipesfor est-selling brands tested slower GAME C A'M'E L S

Make a syrup of the sugar and all of these, in this specially than any of them-CAMELS give a .

,; water and boil for five minutes. Re- compiled leaflet. Send 10 centsin smoking plus equal to

.; move from fire and add gelatin, coin to "Holiday Recipes,"

which has been softened in cold wa- care of Eleanor Howe, 919 North SLOW-BURG LNGyn
ter. Stir until the is EXTRA SMOKES 'n cR
gelatin 4
en- Michigan Avenue Chicago Illinois r;
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tirely dissolved and then add fruit ., ._ '4' u t .
'and .
get your -copy;'now .. ?' :. : :
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juices and flavoring extracts, and -',':" '" : .PE-R.'PACK! COSTLIER TOBACCOS< ,

;,, i' pour into freezing tray of mechani Released by Western Newspaper Union.) ,

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News free of the quotas.In more wonderful, joyous Christmas, DamePriceClewiston COMMUNITY CHURCH
The Clewiston I
regretting this situation and forThe Kent Pendleton, Minister
seeking to do something about it FOURTH Wise Man, it seems I

Published every Friday In Clewlstc. there's no use blaming Cuba. Cubahasn't to me, friends of Dr. Leland I Bible School convenes at 9:45.
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS. .to it is being Was, wiser than the other Three.
done this us; H. Dame, special medical officer Worship period is a 11 a. m.

Inc. done by' 100 per cent Americans in State Board of Health of West Palm I and the sermon topic will be WhoIs
the beet states. The Everglades can CHRISTMAS DAY
KEATHLET BOWDEN, Editor undersell Cuba whether the tariff Beach will be interested to learnof My Neighbor. ? The Christmas'

.50 100 pounds or his marriage to Miss Mary Lee Spirit.
stays at $) per Sure a lot of folks this Christmas
Entered as second class mail matt I goes back to 90 cents as providedin Can't have many things, that's true; Price, technician at the West Palm B. C. Flaniken is Sunday School
February 1. 1927, at the Post Office In the new agreement or is knockedoff Beach City Laboratory and formerlyof
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act Florida can't sell Abbeville, S. C. which occurred
March 3, 1887.Subscription. entirely. But just know will help them through. sley is Choir director and Mrs. J.
what it isn't allowed to produceand Monday evening at the home of
T the beet interests, not Cuba, Judge Flem C. Dame in Fort Pierce. H: Doty, pianist.
Rate $2.00 Per Year. This old world has it's leaders
are the ones who are limiting the seen ; The ceremony was performed by The C. E. Society will meet 'at
Advertising Rate On Application. lush Clewiston fields to a fractionof Mighty rulers have held sway; Judge Dame in the presence of only' 6 p. m. Sunday for a business session
the crop they could market at a But the greatest of them all was a few relatives and ,close friends. and social. Refreshments will

Devoted to. the advancement and welfare satisfactory profit to growers anda Born in Bethlehem one day. For the present Dr. Dame and be served. Dick Patterson is the
of Clewiston and Hendry County. I big saving to the nation's con- his bride will make their home at President and Ed Curry will be
sumers.-Fort Myers News-Press. Vain ambition hatred, murder, the Dixie Court Hotel, West Palm the program leader.
Was the history many 'wrote; Beach.
On Friday the Sunday School will
Here's hoping that Santa Clausis Now they He 'neath dust of ages Dr. Dame has been a medical of- convene around a Christmas tree
in a generous frame of mind toward With their memories.:,quite remote. ficer for the Florida State "Board of
all of you this Christmas of ':N:N NNMNN N: :..:..:NWN:..:..:..:..:..:..:NN:.1..:.-:. t Health for the past six years;,; and at the 7:30:distribution p. m. and of'p'resents a program and andawards

1939. While the little helpless Christ- has been stationed in this territory will be the feature of the

Too Late To ClassifyBy child ; for four years. He was formerly a occasion.
Events of the week ''indicate that Still leads men to God above; member of the State Board of
Sunday evening at 8 the Choir
there'll be plenty of sugar legisla- For He wrote His gentle history Health.
RUSSELL KAYOf will hold a musical service.
tion for the coming Congress to< With the golden pen of love.

ponder over. ':..:..:..:..;.. :..;,.:;.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..x. SUE CORNETTE CELEBRATES
And He reaches toward the heart- FIFTH BIRTHDAY THURSDAYMrs. I

The commander. of the Graf Spec< all Christmas stories, one, of strings
might have committed suicide to the most delightful to my mind, Is Of just countless folks this year, 'E. M. Cornette, assisted by I HaIDAYTXEER.r i

keep from running the chance of that of the "Fourth" Wise Man. As He whispers,' oh so sweetly, her daughter, Miss Edythe Nell,

going back to Germany. Down through the years the "You must help in spreading cheer." entertained a large group of young I

of the "Three Wise Men" has children yesterday afternoon, celebrating : ---:;' ,:
story ..._ -
p We in Clewiston have listenedTo the fifth birthdayof her -_ ,. ;' I *-
Post-office employees will be become familiar to all, but the fable @-=--'"= = _;/
the music of His voice; Sue. -=
mighty glad to see Christmas Day of the "other" Wise Man is not daughter, ? =--. :: ==
And the helping hand held outward A pink and green color schemewas == Jot'
come. They've been'putting in an so generally known, yet it is a very
Proves grateful people's choice. carried out in the Q
a party re W
this week beautiful with of fl
i extra half-day every story a message )
freshments of cake and ice = t"rii' J/Y't/
of I
handling the tremendous volume deep import to mankind.
II Would: to God that warring nations, and little whistles were given as '''''': ( I I
mail. Anyway they may be con- It seems that there were FOUR '! t .\ I
soled with the thought that this instead of THREE Wise Men and Selfish greed-one moment cease, souvenirs.The /({ })( \ ''L l' I Io.
And in humble spirit kneeling,
guests were Evelyn Dodge, 1
will be the last Christmas in crowded upon receiving the wonderful message ....... M ,.
quarters. I of the birth of the new King, Gaze on Christ, the King of Peace. Claire .Jones, George Anne Suggs, ru./j : )....' ,.. "'
It was agreed among them, that \:'I Patsy Meredith, Mary Kay Pafford, .- : ::(( _
Strange indeed that stricken countries Bevoly Flaniken, Bettye Carol Flan-
they would meet at dawn and jour-
Already far more sugar has been I iken Paul Bowden, Wayne King I
ney together to lay gifts at the, feet -
produced in the Clewiston sugarhouse Sickly hearts, across the earth, Richard Knight Jimmy Knight
of the Child of Bethlehem.
this season in 57 days than Will ignore the fact that Bethlehem I John Perry, John Schiffli, Linda
On his way to the agreed meeting
was produced 'in the entire 108 day Offers alt a real re-birth. Lee, Carol Joy Alston, Billy Broad-
place the "Fourth" Wise Man stop-
United A. and B.
season the first year the foot, Ronald Hare, and Heather '
ped by the wayside to give aid and
States Sugar Corporation, took over. And America, be grateful! Guthrie. BOWLING ALLEYS
comfort to one in need and in con-
I An' astounding record which maybe For a thrice-blest bounteous land;
sequence he failed to arrive in timeto
attributed to the splendid results Ever find the loving guidanceOf "**v
his friends their long
join on
of scientific research and gen- the Infant Savior's hand! ii ** .
journey.So Alderman and Beach
eral efficiency of the corporation.,
he went alone but as he trav- -
matter what fortunesAs
So no your
eled he encountered fellow men in ,
seek daily ,bread,
SUGAR HONEYMOON OVER grave need. With each of these he you your
Share your life with Him who often
tarried and gave of the treasure he
The Everglades sugar quota honeymoon carried, that their suffering mightbe Had no place to lay His head.
Rev.: Lawrence J. Flynn.
: over. relieved.By .
"Washington of a new deal the time he finally reached
with Cuba marked Its end. This arrangement Judea, he found that Joseph an.d

made by Secretary' Hullof Mary had fled with the Christchildto A11-

the state department in further escape the wrath of Herod. .
ance of his reciprocal trade policy Through the years, he traveled I Continued From Page 1)

provides for the lowering of the on hoping to find the Christ, that the hands of three LaBelle players,
Cuban imports when the the game see-sawed back, and forth
tariff on he might lay at his feet the remainder -
quotas, now under suspension by of the gifts he possessed. But with neither team making a definite

order of President Roosevelt, are as he went from place to place, he scoring threat.

put back in effect. Informed sourcesin continued. to find fellow. beings in : Statistics on thegame show that

Washington were quick to fore- grave trouble, the sick, ,the blind Clewiston made five first downs
that the Cuban agreementmeans and LaBelle made ,four. Clewiston
and the poor. To all he gave gener-
the early restoration, of the ously of his treasure, a jewel here attempted seven forward :passes of.

quota system. a bit, of gold there, until at last he which three were complete, two incomplete
Although not fatal, this and two intercepted; La-
necessary found himself without a single ma-
will be a body blow to plans for terial thing that he might lay at Belle tried four and completed two.
of the Everglades Only one penalty was called duringthe
expansion sugar Jesus feet. Empty handed he found
industry because it will limit pro- the Master with nothing to offer game and that on LaBelle for

duction to an arbitrarily assigned other than the greatest gift of alla off-side. I'

tonnage-the "quota" which the record of unselfish, helpful serviceto Lineups ..
department of agriculture deter- his fellow men. LaBelle ClewistonHall : '

mines as. the Clewiston area's shareof LE Owen .
domestic consumption. 'If the allowed And in this troubled world today, Hull C J. Winn

quota remains substantiallythe there is a greater need for "Fourth" McDaniel RE Ward JIM BEARDSLEYART

same there can be no increase Wise Men than ever before. Whileit Allen RH Bell

in acreage or processing facilities. is proper and fitting for those Sherrod LH Turk

The only chance is that the so- whose means permit to be generous Morrison FB Stone

called independent growers will be with material gifts, money, food, Substitutions: LaBelle: Rider;

given a quota of their own in ad- clothing and similar aids, equally Clewiston: Moore, Williams, Rob- LAWRENCEBETTY SPICER

dition to that now allowed the great and just as important are the erts, Waldren, O. Winn.

United States Sugar Corporation.That little acts of thoughtful kIndness. Officials: Wilson, referee; Clark,

will be sought but it has always the cheerful encouraging word the umpire; Rosenberg, head linesman

been regarded as a rather helping hand and sympathetic heart. Benson, time-keeper.

doubtful prospect.In Gifts of the Spirit that possess

this untoward development the power for good beyond all things Read The Ads .f
fine Italian hand of the beet states material. .

can be seen. The Everglades pro- We in America today should truly

ducers don't care anything about appreciate the glorious- spirit of .
Cuba; they have off-shore compe- Christmas and give heartfelt thanksfor .. > .

tition licked, tariff or no tariff. the countless blessings that

What hurts is hooking the tariff up are ours.

to the'quota system, and that's We should look about us and

what helps the beet states. That pass up no opportunity to' show

they have made deal to trade off our gratitude by sharing with others

tariff protection for restoration of and lending a helping hand tothose

the quotas is clear by the ready less fortunate than ourselves

acceptance of the Cuban arrange Individually we cannot hope to

ment which was voiced by Senator overcome the ills of the world, but

O'Mahoney of Wyoming, one of the in our own little sphere, we can
leading spokesmen for beet inter- look to our neighbors and concern

ests. He promptly hailed the new ourselves with their welfare.

trade arrangement as "satisfactory"and Though our purse may be empty
confidently forecast that it there is treasure greater than gold,

meant "an early resumption of the locked within the heart of every

sugar quotas." Jian, treasure inexhaustable, can
There's no solace in that for be drawn on without stint. Words

Everglades producers. Recently they of cheer, hope and comfort. Miles I

were encouraged by reports that' and miles of sunny smiles that can

the beet states were irked by quota warm many a weary heart. Strong I f
restrictions and would like to see 'helping hands for little tasks that \

them lifted provided the tariff illness and despair have made bur-

and their subsidies continued densome to others. '

through proceeds of the .processing And as we give, so we receive. First Bank of Clewiston, .

tax. However, it now appears that There is no joy in life so great as

the deal got tangled up with the that which naturally comes to us .
state department's insistence on a as we share our treasure with thosein '

"good neighbor" tariff policy and greater need. As we exercise this ':" Y" ,

the department of agriculture's objection age-old loving principle we find i : CLEWISTON, FLORIDA '.. ,
to benefit'payments with that when we unselfishly concern I :: :

production going on an unlimited ourselves with others, our own rewards -

basis. Seeing their subsidies jeop- and blessings multiply.

ardized-the ,money they get for And so it is my sincere hope that D ,
not growing sugar-the beet people the story of the "Fourth" Wise -Man I I -

promptly lost interest in getting will bring to you the KEY to a _ _ _ ,


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+ t 1Ct4 C C QC C !(tCG GtQ!sCC ctCt:: C C tt(ti':ffi ttC d ion Leydig, Mrs. Leah Spicer, Mrs. pickles and saltines were served.
i 'r 1( Joe Robbins, Mrs. Blanche Turner, Those attending were Mrs. La-

i ', ii Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mr. and nier, Mrs. Schroeder, Mrs. R. C.
Personals Program Mrs. Ralph Howard, Wesley Powell, Nowling, :Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs.

] >>, Community Christmas Tree i iji Ed Curry, R. N. Smith and J. G. Roy Alston, Mrs. H. H. Turner and

:: : Niblack. Miss Mae Palmer. Mrs. Don Young '
',J: Clewiston City Park joined the party for refreshments.
I '
J'. December 23 1939 MIIS. R. J. LEE HOSTESS AT The club presented Mrs. Shelley
f John Hall spent tho week-end atII. '; EiRIDGE CLUB'S PARTY who is soon moving to :Miami with

: his home In Fort Myers. a lovely piece gf lingerie as a.farewell '

i I !: Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Small of 7:30 p. m.-Band Selection "Adeste Fidelis" gr Mrs. R. J. Leo entertained witha present. ,

!' ; LaBelle were visitors here Wednes I( m.-Choral Group Songs pretty bridge party Wednesday
R 7:40 p. Vy, I afternoon for members of het
: 1 day. 1.I "Silent Night, Holy Night" bridge club. A decorated Christmastree
7: 15 p. m.-Band Selection, gt I OFFICE MACHINE SERVICECO.
R held gifts for each member of
.I Miss Virginia Saxon of Moore 7:55 p. m.-High School Glee Club and High School y 1 the club, which had been providedby J. B. WILCOX. '

f. : Haven visited relatives here this R Assembly 'i& drawing of names at a previous Typewriter and Adding Machine

t week. 8:05 p. m.-Distribution of Packages y meeting.A HepnlrM Sljtn and of All ServiceAlso Kinds
t" y set of dish towels was won Box 401. i
Mrs. R. C. Wilson and Mrs. W. i\ 8:05 p. m.-Band Selection, "Activity March" & by Mrs. C. E. Miner for high score

H. Lanier were Friday visitors in M I' prize, and a set of pot-holders by
Miami. 'C tC; t(; 1t'c'CIte;; .tI-tI(* te-t': t-t: .t: '-Ct<: IC.CtC '..tCttC .c.-'cItE: Mrs. Glen Etherton, who ''held low
- --------------- ,
l Mrs. B. E. Herring and eon, ,1 ,Others attending were Mrs. B. J. See
Bernie, visited relatives in LaBelle Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Hood of Con I Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Jeffcoat, Elise Schroeder, Mrs. R; M. Hare, Mrs. W. Bi. McCOLLUM t

Sunday.Mr. cord, Ga.; are,guests of their daughter Allen and Betty Jeffcoat and Mary V. C. Woodward, Mrs. Foy DurrenceMrs. Plumbing and Heating ,

Mrs. E. E.Kelly and Mr. I Mathis are visiting relatives in Au- John Elmore ,and Mrs. A. C. Schult Clewiston Apartment, Florida ;

and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Jr.,, Kelly for the Christmas season. gusta, Ga., for three weeks. Carlton.
were shopping in West Palm Beach -

Saturday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Howard 'of Miss Edith Polk left the first of SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS HOLDS GlnniioH Scientifically Broken Lenmex

--:--, Augusta, Ga., arrived :yesterday to I the week for Winter Haven to workin CHRISTMAS PARTY;' ,TRIM TREE Fitted and Repaired Duplicated .

! and Mrs. Harry Turner are spend Christmas with their daughter the Western Union office duringthe DR. F. D. GUDBAUR

i spending Christmas with relativesin Mrs. R. N. Smith and family.Dr. Christmas holidays. Mrs. J. M. The Young Girls class of the Optometrist
Fountain, who has been on leave of '
LaBelle. Community Sunday School held its Phone 10b S Collier Arcade
and Mrs. John P. Higgins and absence, is back in the local office Christmas party at the church Fort Mcrn, Florida .
in Miami. while Miss Polk is away. Successor to K. H. Oakley
Neilson Saturday afternoon and trimmedthe
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence children Thursday I' ,
spent Monday visiting friends in Mrs. Higgins and the children remained tree used by the Sunday School
Lake Harbor. for a visit of several days. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wells were the following evening.
to Warwick, Ga. by the ill- I I
called ; After ,the tree was decorated the

Mr. and Mrs. ''H. C. Post and D. Mrs. W. C. iPrewitt and son, ness of Mrs. Wells' brother the lat' girls popped corn and made pop Johnson's Fish CampNear
Prewittand ter part of last week. After a few : and other candies. Then
E. Jones spent Wednesday eveningin Billy, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. corn balls
Fort Myers.Mr. children, Mauryne Louise and days visit they returned bringingMr. the basket of supplies and toys ( Hurricane Gate)

Anne, spent Saturday in Fort'Myers.Mr. Wells' parents, Mr. and Mrs.. which they arranged for a needy Clewiston, Fla.:

and Mrs. John Kettl and Mrs.J. H. E. Wells of Bainbridge, Ga., who family in the community was filled. Boats and l\Iotoa's-Guide Service

W. Moore were visitors Saturdayin and Mrs. F. R. Maxwell and are visiting them for two weeks. Attending were Mauryne' and Rates ReasonableW. (;

West Palm Beach. Van Bush of Miami are arriving tomorrow Louise Prewitt, Mary Carlisle, Grace H. Johnson, Mgr.
to visit their daughter ,and Teachers in the Clewiston schoolsare Ward, Shirley Owen, Betty and
Mrs. E. M. Cornette and daugh- ister, Mrs. Glen Etherton and Mr. scattering following the closeof Gloria McDuffie, Carline Berner, Jo
ters, Edythe Nell and Sue, were in therton. today's session to their homesin Ann Crouch, Mary Louise Thomas, --

Fort Myers Saturday. various parts of the state for Marianne Jones, Anne Pafford, J.M. COUSECounselor

the holidays. Miss Alice Steinholtz Doris Hatch, Billy and Ogie Arnette
r Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder and Bill Owen, who Institute is attending at Sweet-Ten- leaves for Daytona Beach, Miss June and Christine Espenlaub, Pat and Attorney at Law '

l '! r son, Joe, will visit relatives in nessee Military the Christ- Evelyn Bell for Arcadia, Miss' Eve- Bailey, Jean Augur ,and Sally Graham Hopkins Building .
is spending
I Stuart this weekend.Miss water vacation, Tenn., with his parents, Mr. lyn Burhans for Umatilla, Robert Wednesdays and Saturdays r
mas Lado for Tampa and Ernest Hall: 9:30 to 4:00
Runelle McGehee arrived nd Mrs. W. C. Owen. for LaBelle. Prof. R. Wl, Turk will ,
this week from Monte Verde for remain in Clewiston during' the va- THURSDAY '
s y the Christmas vacation. Miss Ava Ezelle of Boca Grande cation. Mrs. Mack Greene whose
arrived Saturday .to join her brother home isv in Moore Haven will visit Shelle-- MECHANICAL: STRUCTURAL
Mrs.: T. B., was hostess to
'::1 Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lanier and Dr. J. W. Ezelle and family, relatives in Fort Myers during. the ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
the Evening Bridge Club at her
shopping in Gracevllle to spend '*
: Miss Lee Pridgen were on their trip to holidays.
Beach Saturday. relatives. I home Thursday evening. High score Maps Estimates
; West Palm Christmas with
;; prize was won by Mrs. W H. Lanier JOHN 1L DOTY
11 SENIORS ENTERTAINED' WITH I and, second high by' Mrs. B.
Davis of Ca-
Louis Consultant
,1 Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and Engineering
J. Schroeder. Both prizes were pack-
nal Point spent Sunday here visiting children, Billy, Benny and David, ---:.- t I of -Christmas whiskey. Hopkins Bldg. 'Clewiston, Fla.ROYAL'S .
'1 Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn. the Christmas week- "
r'tI' are spending Miss Lee Pridgen entertained fellow Refreshments of coffee;: cheeses!
:I i end'with Mrs. Prewitt's mother,' I
Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. Olin members of the Senior Class
; in Fort Meade.Mr. .
Carleton and Mrs. J. ,H. Pressley :Irs. Whatley with a party at her home Thursday

, spent Tuesday in Fort, Myers. evening, following the presentationof
and Mrs. R. C. Wilson are the Christmas program at the ,L
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Berry and leaving today for Marietta, Ga., to school. '

;.. son, Gene, are spending a month spend the holidays with relatives. Dancing was enjoyed and sand-
; with relatives in Savannah, Ga. Mrs. Wilson's mother,. Mrs. L. R. I i wiches', candies and drinks were

,, I Oliphant, will return with them for ,.. enjoyed by the group, which included ,

I Mrs. I. E. Scott and daughter, a visit. Misses Maxine Doty, Florence

: Irene and Bill Weeks of Moore Graham, Edythe Nell Cornette,

Haven were visitors here Monday. Mrs. R. P. Wainwright and Marie Robbins, Roberta Spicer, and

daughter, Mitchell, of Jacksonville, Dick Patterson, Dick Tarleton, Louis

George Bestor, son of Mr. and .Irs. Wl C. Nail and son, Billy, and Leiter, J. D. Hooker and Bill Owen.

Mrs. H. A. Bestor, has returned :Miss Beth Nail of Moore Haven, Ky

from Georgia Tech for the holidays.Mr. were guests of Mrs. Walker Nail: CHOIR- PARTY HELD AT
Friday. SMITH
r and Mrs. G. B. Thomas andMary '

Louise Thomas are spending Miss Martha Nell Alston arrived Following the Christmas programof

\ Christmas with relatives in Safety Tuesday from Gainesville, Georgiato the Sunday School at the Com-
Harbor.' Church, Mrs. J. G. Nlblack
i spend the holidays with her par- munity '_ i''';' : '
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Alston. and Mrs. R. N. Smith entertainedthe "
Wilbur McGehee, who attends St. Bre- choir with a Christmas partyat ',
Martha Nell is a freshman at :\ ', _, Tt. ::':'' ':'
Leo School, near Dade City arrived the Smith home.A ,;;;;:''';',, :-:;, "
nau College.Mr. ', '-
i I this week for the Christmas holidays gift exchange of mechanical :I, :, .
at home. toys provided amusement and ,
: I Mrs. Roy Alston and '
and I 'd
i I stunts and singing of Christmas
f I II ,;
: 'I Bob and Jim Beardsley and Bob daughters, Harriet and Carol Joy, carols was enjoyed.
i! Patterson have returned from the will spend the Christmas weekendwith Fruit cake, coffee and Christmas ROYAL LUMBER COMPANY
University of Florida to spend the Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Willinghamand
candies served by the hostesses -
: I were 1
II I holidays here. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Roberts in I
to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. ,Beardsley,
I Moore Haven. Rev. and Mrs. Kent Pendleton, Mr. { 1I
: I!I Mrs. C. E. Denmark and baby and Mrs. C. E. Robbins, Miss Mar
\ son were taken from the Clewiston I Misses Barbara Morrison and Roberta -
Harbor arrived Sunday from
hospital to their home in Lake Spicer
;I 'j Friday., ,Tii hewhere they are studentsat I
Florida State College for Women
; 11
Rev. and Mrs. Kent Pendleton and are spending the holidays at

I' ''I I are planning to ,spend' Christmas I their homes here.
[ c Day with relatives and friends in
and Mrs.: V.
Fort Myers. Mrs. Glen Etherton ,
t ,
1 C. Woodward motored to West

Mrs. H. V. Briant of Atlanta arrived Palm Beach Sunday to meet Mrs.
1'1'i 1 Monday to spend the holidays Woodward's mother, Mrs. R. L.

.' with her daughter, Mrs: 0. A. Jones Merritt, who arrived from Sparta,

and family.Mr. Ga., to spend the winter here.

and Mrs. Sidney Crochet and Mrs. Kenneth Williams, Mr. and

daughter, Sharon and Mrs. Arthur Mrs. B. Riley and Mrs. Davis of

I Bong were visitors Saturday in West Fort Myers were visitors in Clewiston -

! Palm Beach. Sunday. Miss Joyce Williamscame
up with 'them and remainedto

Miss Mae Palmer is leaving tomorrow assist in Turner's Beauty :Shop.:

for St. Cloud to spend
Christmas with her mother Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lanier and
Clara Palmer. Miss Lee Pridgen are leaving tomorrow

for Tampa to spend the Parkinson's .

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Penny of holidays with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. ,

Miami, uncle and aunt of Mrs. G. I Chadwick and Mrs. Flora Deans. .,' ':'.;;'
E. Etherton, are visiting her Mrs. Deans will return to Clewiston

through the holidays. with them. Marcia Avant :, Dan Allen

; ( Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Williams of Miss Ruth Marshall is leaving Lovvorn M. D. Bledsoe

1 Punta Gorda are expected in Clew- today to spend the holiday week-end Evelyn 'C'V Parkinson .""
visit Mr. mother in Columbia, S. 'C. -<;
iston Christmas Day to with her L. C. Redish
f and Mrs. I. M. Pafford. Mr. and Mrs., B. H. Cuttino and Joe Schroeder ':'" _
i ;
r.. her and will ',
baby are accompanying i'
C Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pressley are visit in Sumter, S. C. Miss Virginia Connie Clark .t:: : Bob Logan

leaving tomorrow to spend Christ- Jordan is leaving with them and .
mas with Mr. and* Mrs., E. W. will spend Christmas with her mother -

r Dunte in, Lake Placid, __ in Atlanta# ., - - - -

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The DIM LANTERN Li0TE5ru'! )-


"THE chief problcirrof democracy,if

TEMPLE BAILEY to be successful and continu

By ing, is the moral education and guidanceof
the individual and
not the suppres-
O PENN PUBLISHING COMPANY-WNU SERVICE sion of the individual in the supposed

e interest of some mass or group-Dr.

.- ,l Nicholas Murray Duller, President. of
Columbia University.Unforgivable. -
CHAPTER XVI-Continued that I shan't be happy until-I don't and Rusty took up their restless have for him." She was her calm

-24- owe you anything ." wandering through the silent rooms. and competent self-letting him get

It was on the way home that He)laid his hand on hers. "I wish Old Mary, true to tradition, had control of his emotion while she di- Hypocrisy

Jane had said to Baldy: "I feel likea you wouldn't speak of it. It was. drawn all the blinds and shut'many rected 'others.Baldy The only vice that cannot be
nothing." of the windows, so that the house forgiven is hypocrisy. The repentance -
selfish pig. coming in, wrung.Evans'
"Why. my dear?" "It was a great deal., was filled'with' ,a sort of golden hand. "The boys and I will'>get the ,of a hypocrite. is.itself hypoc-

"To take your precious prize be- He looked down at her,..slenderand gloom. Evans went: ,into his mother's pine, and Edith Towne is comingout risy.-Hazlitt. '

fore it is cold. It doesn't seem' young and infinitely desirable. little.,office on the first floor, to help. I called her up to ,tell,
and sat down at her desk. It was in "
right." "You needn't'thihk] I am going to
perfect order and h id'out the '
: on
"It isn't a question of right or let you go," he said., blotter was the writing with Baldy stopped at that' He could
with these. "I'm afraid-you must-" paper not speak here of the that
wrong. If things turn out the golden crest, and the box of glory -Jr
new people as I hope, I'll be paint He flamed suddenly. "I'm more golden seals. And he had laughedat encompassed him. He had said, "If

ing like mad for the next two of a One-Woman man than you her I He remembered with a pang death should come to'us, Edith?

months. And you'll have your work think. If you won't marry me, I that they would never again laugh Does anything else count?" And she

cut out for you as my model. They won't have anyone else. I'll go on together. He was alone. had said "Nothing." And now she

like you, Jane. They said so." alone. As for Adelaide--A woman was coming and they would pick
like that doesn't much He wondered why such things hap- roses together in the garden. 'And BULL DRESS TUXEDOS-FROCK SUITS
He had driven on steadily for a expect more pened. Was all of life as sinisteras with Striped Trousers,
than. I That's all I love and life would minister to a Complete Accessones
time, and had then said, "I never gave. can say
this? Must one always find trag- TO RENT '<> wanted you to marry him." about her. She means nothing to greater mystery slons Anywhcr. J:7'Iel4cr: *
edy at turn of the road? He
"Why not, Baldy?" me, seriously, and never will. She had lost every his youth, had lost Jane. When Baldy and the boys had M.STEIN&CO.,1714 L SL N.W.,Washington,D.C.

He turned his lighted-up eyes upon plays the game, and so do I, but,, And now his mother. Was gone, Jane and Evans opened the
her. "Janey-I wanted you to haveyourdreams" it's only a game." thing to be taken away? Would there windows and pulled up the shades. REAL ESTATEFarms
He looked tired and old. "I'll The house was filled with clear light,
go be,,nothing left but strength to endure -
I I and cool in the breeze. Acreage Wanted-For quick indus-
She had laid her hand on his arm abroad tomorrow. When I come ? was trial development. Must be PRICED LOW!
in a swift caress. "You're a dar- back, perhaps you'll change your Well, God helping him, he would When they had finished Jane said, Details first letter! Owners only. Private
while mind." "That's all, I think. We can rest a buyer. Wolf,G01, 1545 Broadway,New,York.
lingand after a "Nothing endure to the end "
can take us from each other ever "I shall never change it," she He closed the desk gently and bit. And presently it will, be time
"never.." ,:or dinner."
Baldy. said
went out into the darkened hall. Women Hikers
Never had they drawn closer in He stood up. "Jane, I could make As he followed its length, a door "I don't want, any dinner." as

spirit than at this moment. But you happy." He held her hand as opened at the end. Black against, They were in, the library. Out-
they said very little about it. When she stood beside him. the brightness beyond, he saw the side was an amethyst twilight witha Women are the world's greatest
they came to the house, Baldy wentat I She looked at him and knew that two lads. They came forward with young moon low in the sky. Evans and walkers. Many
once to the garage. "I'll answer and Jane stood by the window, look- common-place actions of their dai-
he could not. Her dreams had come some hesitation, but when they saw lives
that letter and put in a good afternoon back to her-of Galahad-of Robin his tired face they forget self- ,ing out, and Jane asked in'a hushed ly in are startling when calculated -
: figures.
looking over my sketches. He voice "You don't want any dinner
Hood the world of romance consciousness."We .
did not tell her how gray the day because she won't be at the other The average housewife walks
had again flung wide its gates just heard. And we want to f
nearly 5,000 miles
stretched ahead of him-that golden 'end of the table? per year "pot-
help. Sandy was, spokesman. Ar- "
day which had started with high "Yes." His face was turned from tering about the house, accordingto
After Towne had gone she sat fora thur was speechless. But he caught statistics compiled by research
hopes. her. His hands were clinched. His
time it She hold of Evans', sleeve and'looked
long thinking
workers in effort to
Jane changed to a loose straight throat was dry. For a moment he
blamed at him. His said what his '
herself. She had broken up eyes
frock of orange cotton and without a voice wished he were alone that he might why so many women suffer from
her promise. Yet he, too, had broken refused. thick ankles and flat feet. The
hat, feeling actual physical freedomin weep for his mother.
promise. Evans, with his arms across their
the of her bonds she a housewife's daily average is 23,000
breaking And then Jane said "Let sit
shoulders drew the him."It. .
She finished the stockings boys to
mending -
steps, which'works out at about 13
swung along the path to the little "
other end of table.
at the
and rolled them into compact was good of you to come. your miles. -
grove. It was aromatic with the '
warm scent of the pines, and there balls. The little cats were asleep "Miss Barnes said," again it was He turned back to her, and saw Converted, into terms of a life-

was a cool shade in the heart of it. the: shadows were stretched out and Sandy who spoke, "that 'perhaps we her eyes, and what he saw made time the average housewife walks

Jane had brought a bag of stockings the: sun slanted through the pines. might get some pine from the little him reach out blindly for her hand- approximately 200,000 miles about

to mend, and sat down to her She had dinner to get, for her re- grove. That your mother liked it." sympathy, tenderness-a womanly her duties.,

homely task, smiling a little as she turn had been unexpected and So- "Miss Barnes? Is she back? Does brooding tenderness."Oh .

thought of the contrast between this phy had not been notified. she know?" Evans, Evansshesaid. "I ""

afternoon and yesterday when she She might have brought to the '"We told'her. She is coming right am not going to marry Frederick I ,) ..

had sat on the rim of the fountain thought: of her tasks some faint feeling -' over." Towne." SNpNF ,

and watched Adelaide and the pea. of regret. But she' had none. Baldy drove Jane in his .little car. "Why not?" thickly.. ONE'

cock. She had no feeling of rancor She was glad to go in-to make an As she entered she seemed to bring "I don't, love him."

against Adelaide. She was aware omelette-and cream the potatoesand the light in with her. She illuminedthe "Do you love, me, Jane?" UR

only of a great thankfulness. have hot biscuits and berries house like a torch. She nodded and could not speak.
She was, indeed, at the moment, and honey. He and
They clung together. wept
steeped in divine content. Here was Planning thus competently she She walked swiftly towards.)Evans was not ashamed of it. WORLDS LARGEST SELLER AT 10* ..
and held out her hand. "My
the place where she belonged. She
had of blissful raised her eyes-to see coming dear, I am so sorry." And standing there, with his head
a sense
escape. along the path the two boys who against her breast Jane knew that' Earned RewardHe

Merrymaid came down the. path, had of late been Evans' close com- Hills."I "thought you were... at Grass she had found the best. Marriagewas that climbs the tall trees has
her tail a plume. The kitten fol panions. She spoke to them as-they
not a thing of luxury and soft won the right to the fruit.-Sir
lowed. A bronze floated "We came back unexpectedly.
butterfly reached her.uCan't you stay a living, of flaming moments of wild Walter Scott.
across their vision and they leapedfor minute? I'll make you some lem- "I am so glad-you came." emotion. It was a thing of hard-''

it-but it ,went above them-joy onade." He was having a bad time with his ness shared, of spirit meeting spirit,

ously towards the open blue of the They stopped and looked at her voice. He could not go on ., of dream matching dream. Jane,
sky. The two cats gazed after it': CONSTIPATED?
then themselves carefully in a way that startled her. "We Jane spoke'to the boys. "Did you that afternoon, had caught her
like a pair of miniature lions- can't," Arthur said; "we're going ask him about the pine branches? breath as' she had come into the .Here is Amazing Relief of
over to the Follettes. We thoughtwe Just those, and roses from the gar- darkened hall, and had seen Evans Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels .
their front of them
paws sleepy- might help." den, Evans." standing between those slender lads.: ) !t ) --- If you think="laxaUvcs
or eyed for but Jane's alert busy for more thread.butterflies, She stared at them. "Help? What "You always think' of things-" So some day, perhaps, in this old i'II"l..TlUI.L1I: 5, ,',I ......-r- ); act all vegetable alike just laxative.try: this

do you mean?" "Baldy will take the boys .to the house-his sons! So mild thorough refreshing invigorating. De-
And it was thus that Towne found pendable relief from sick: headaches bilious spells/!
her. Convinced that the house was Sandy gasped. "Oh, didn't you grove, and do any errands you may THE END.relepathy tired feeling when associated with constipation.

empty, he had started towards know? Mrs. Follette died this morning Without Risk Ret druggist.a 2Sc box Hake of the NR test from then

Baldy's studio. Then down the vista ." If not delighted return the box to us. We will
refund the purchase
of the pine grove his eye had Science Advances in 1 Tests ; price. That' fair.Get .:
been caught by a spot of golden Evans had found his mother at NR Tablets today.Ineligible. h ,, {,

color. He had followed it. noon, lying on the couch ,at the foot University Man Gives: Much Information

She laid down her work and lookedup of her bed. He had stayed at homein

at him. "You shouldn't have the morning to help her, and at to JudgeIt
ten o'clock she had gone up-stairs to Is telepathy, mongrelized by yearsof be found in "Man, the Unknown is not permitted to the most

come.-"My dear child, why not? Jane, rest a bit before lunch. Old Mary vaudeville trickery', at the thresh- the recent book by Dr. Alexis Car. equitable of men to be judge in
are making mountains of had called her and she had not old, of becoming a science? Astonishing rel, who wrote: "Those endowel his own cause.-Blaise Pascal.

you molehills." answered. So Evans had entered experiments have pro- with this power grasp the secret

her room to find that she had slipped gressed to a' point where private thought of other individuals without
"I'm not. home tests invited. With them using, their
peacefully from the world in are sense organs. They also
He sat down beside her. The little away which she exaggerated her own im goes the candid warning that, de- perceive events more or less remotein Q i .

cats drew away, doubtful. "It was It would on withouther. spite the fun of using the mind as space and time. This quality is
portance. go
natural that you should have resent. She had not been neighborlybut a messenger boy, there is hazard exceptional. It develops in only a
ed it. And a thing like that isn't small number .....
the neighbors would all come perhaps tragedy, as a possible re- of human beings. .
easy for a man to explain. Without ward for
and sympathize with her son. And psychic tinkering. .tt Clairvoyance appears quite com- fcdCrreosGtecjorz
seeming a-cad- The man who took telepathy out monplace to those who have it. It '
would miss her, because she
"There isn't anything to explain." they had added to the community some of the music hall and put it' into brings them knowledge which is 35 o l

"But there is. I have made you measure of stateliness, which they the laboratory is slim, youthful, impetuous more certain than that gained
unhappy, and I'm sorry." and mop-haired, a rapt be- through the sense organs." .
they resented it.
admired even as to
Time Plow
She shook her head, and spoke liever in the theory that the human Dr. Rhine experimented with chil.
thoughtfully. think I am-happy, I Evans had tried to get Baldy on mind, is, to more or less degree, a dren, then college students. The Plow deep while sluggards

Mr. Towne, your world isn't my the telephone but could not. Jane sensitive broadcasting station with results were dismaying. Then he sleep.

world. 1 like simple things and was at Grass Hills. He would call messages for those with minds ca- tried hypnotized subjects and, final-

pleasant things, and honest things. up at long distance later. There pable of tuning in the right wave- ly the key to science, specially gift-

And I like a One-Woman man, Mr. was no reason why. he shoulfl spoil length, says the Literary Digest.He ed students. Results followed im

Towne." for them this day of days.So is Dr. Joseph Banks Rhine, pressively.He .

He tried to laugh. "You are jeal- he had done the things that whose experiments at Duke university is careful to distinguish be-

ous." had to be done in the shadowed keep people awake nightly from tween clairvoyance and telepathy. Help Them Cleanse the Blood

"No," she said, quietly "it isn'tthat house. Dr Hallam came, and oth North Carolina to California.: Clairvoyance, he says, is percep- Harmful Body Waste

although men like you thinkit ers. Evans saw them and they went Mainly, success depends, he says, tion, such as symbols on the cards. Your kidneys are constantly filtering
is. A woman who has self-re away. He moved in a dream. He on possession of the "gift" to some ,Telepathy is "mind-reading." Per- waste matter from the blood stream.But

spect must know her husband has had no one to share intimately his extent, favorable mental conditionsto sons gifted with one ordinarily possess kidneys act sometimes as Nature lagin intended-fail their workdonot to remove -

her respect. Her heart must rest sorrow-no sister, no brother no a large extent. Then: the other. impurities that if retained may

in him." one, except his little dog, who trailed "First, a genuine interest is re- Distance, ,he holds, makes no dif i' poison body machinery.Symptoms the system. and upset the whole

He slowly. "I'll admit that after him, wistful-eyed and with quired. Preferably a fresh may be nagging backache
spoke spon- ference. Indeed, better results are persistent headache,attacks of dizziness,
I've philandered a lot. But I've nev- limping steps. taneous curiosity to see if you can obtained when test objects'are'separated getting up Bights, swelling, puffiness k

er wanted to marry anyone but you.I The full force'of the thing that .do it." by rooms. High scores obtain anxiety under the and eyes loss-of a feeling pep and of strength.nervous

can promise you my future." had happened did not come to him In more than 100,000 trials, con- when several miles intervene. Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder -

"I'm sorry. But even if last night at once. He had a feeling that at ducted since 1927, he has obtained Remarkable results were obtainedat too frequent are sometimes urination.burning, scanty or

had never been-1 think I should any moment his mother might sweepin results that seem billions to one a 'distance of 100 miles. There should be no doubt that prompt

have-given you up. I had begunto from the out-of-doors,,in her white against the operations 'of pure "With all its dangers 'it is, I be- Doan't treatment Pills.is Doan's wiser than have been neglect.winning Use ,

feel ,that 1 didn't love you. That linen and flat black hat and sit at chance. Mathematically, at least, lieve, the greatest field for intellectual new friends for more than forty yearn.
have nation-wide
out there in Chicago you swept me- the head of the table. and tell him he, has shown that, in some persons adventure that the student has Are They recommended a by gratetul reputation.people the )
off my feet. Mr Towne, 'I am"sorry -the 'news of':the morning. "':' *" ,, perception 'without:use 'of",the before him today," says Dr. ,Rhine. country'over. Ask your neighbor J

And 1 am grateful. For al He had had no lunch so old Mary ordinary sense does in 'fact "exist." "The perils add to the zest, and the

your kindness-" She flushed fixed a tray for him He did not Support: for Dr. Rhine's faith can S\zlt of the game is unequalled" E1i11ciiU1'

told went on, "You know ot course. eat but drank some 'milk. Then he .1


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> m 1'Itl1 CU5W18TON! NtJWS' : PAGE JflXE.MUUiVi
DECEMBER 22, 1939
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Li ., be entered against by default.IT .
l given:
The Christmas play was IS FURTHER ORDERED thai \\
i to large of par this older be published once a week
Thursday a group
for four consecutive weeks In The THE PRESENT P
NEWS ents and friends. Seventy four stu Clewiston ,News, a newspaper-of gen
eral circulation in Hendry county,
dents participated in .the play. The Florida. That' Lasts A Year
DONE AND ORDERED at thClerk's <
taken by Money Stone, of IriBelle. Florida
.J ........._ Dick Patterson leads were office City
Editor .,- this "'30th day of November; 1D33, -.--
Gloria McDuffie'Nick; Schiffli, Vol (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL,
Assistant Editor .... Doris Hodges
ney Robbins, Margaret Von Mach, Clerk: Circuit Court A SUBSCRIPTION TO -
Editor __.. Dick Tarleton Hendry County, Florida. '
.I Sports
1. and Betty Berg. I EVANS. MERSHON & SAWYER
Assistant Sports Editor Florida. The, Home Newspaper
The play was a three act operetta :
Louise Leiter Solicitors for Plaintiff
called "Christmas Windows". 200-Dec. 1-8-16-22.
Society __-......... Marie Bobbins Miss Steinholtz directed it.
Features and Clubs Julia Oglesby The stage looked beautiful with

Humor .m.....___.. Ed Von Mach colored lights. Artificial snow fell:

j Advisor ............_...m..... Mr. Lade all during the program.All ""--:-- / };. .....

I the students were dressed in -, '
..- -=- = '.._';aJ' .-_ -- colorful costumes' and acted their t':<),\ \\.r.
\ "-
well. \
Pro?. R. W. Turk parts j
By "
The school glee club helped with !fl!C" '"
u '
Ktchristmas 't
I Program II ,
altogether it wasa or
the singing and .- }
I beautiful musical program. J JI

Each year practically every schoolin ,.:-'1
,.;I.. ( 4MARIANA S":',
the world worKs hard to prepare .. '- \

I[ \. and/1C* produce, a Christmas play toward HCUdt\) ( ;[ 1. f I

some particular phase. Some PAID
,', ET N $
work weeks, even months to produce ,
their play.: These plays' vary, going I

I side to the humorous -
from the religious
\ ..
from the sad to the gay. ,

This year, I'm sorry to saY; a .
situation exists which' prevents the MOTORS ;
.., to"l'riho .
myself "
I' wish nce a can- I'
from being au '
above thentic.statement One which deprives the of lidate Sheriff for of re-election Hendry county to the, subjecto office ," ', :(- :: ) S. A. (Steve) GRAVES, !

and people of ., the Democratic primaries in :May. % q
children, parents
I am making: this race solely on my D. E. Jones Rep. .
many communities the opportunityand record of law enforcement and fair b I .,
and I the 0 "
all. assure people
the relaxation dealings to '
to enjoy
the right ; '
: of Hendry bounty that the poll-
and spiritual benefit that we "ies of this office will not change. County SuperintendentPublic'ns'tru' tion ,
all receive and need at this time: Your, vote. 'and< ;support. will be appreciated ,- Clewiston,. Fla.

I! We are all well acquainted with H. L. DELANEY i

(' the Christmas play that is being ,

i produced right now in Europe, one ,
I that has 'taken years of preparation .''''J<:IJF'rn JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF J
i at a cost of millions of dollars and LORIDA. IN AM FOR 1IEMJK1COUiNTY.
God knows how'' many lives. The -

same lives that once :were gathered CASE NO. -- !
together as a homogenous group LEWTSTON REALTY AND DEVELPMENT .
> : CORPORATION. .\ Floridaorporation ,
striving for the same purpose is I
II now striving for a purpose in just I Plaintiff, DlflBlq S
the opposite extreme. >. W. HALL and.MRS. P. W. HALL,
Need I remind you of the value is wife, ct al. 0 .' I I Ir II
t freedom 'which we Defendants'RDEH I
so much enjoy? TO "APPEARTO
: P. W. HALL, if alive, and if dead,
Need I remind you ,of the thank- o his unknown heirs, devisees, legaees -' wDENNIS
fulness 'we owe him for giving us : 6r grantees,'and Mrs. P. W. Hall,
his wife: 111 l
permission to ,gather 'here tonight; YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
'. to enjoy with our' children this little suit has been, brought against youo
quiet and confirm the title of
play. 'lewiston Realty and Development
"We, the school, alone welcomeyou 'orporation.. a Florida corporation, as
But.-wouldn't it be' gainst_yO\!. and, each of you to the
; tonight. 'allowing described real property in
, i better if we, as a group and community Iendry County. Florida, to-wit:
Lot 14, niock 173. as per General -
i would realize the chance Plan of Clewiston, Florida, according -
and opportunity which He has so to Plat thereof corded
in Plat Book 2, pages 7 to 14,
generously and graciously bestowed Public Records ,of Hendry County,
upon us to gather here as Free Florida.IT .
IS ORDERED that you and
J r Americans? ach of yon, are' hereby required to PAUL BUSSEYBuilding' I
I I .' May God each day remind and ppear in the Circuit Court for"' Hen-i -"" \ ; ,
'ry Countv. LaBelle, Flor- k
I prepare us to meet :and to realize 1a. and file f ga'tha; Clerk of said' ,
the existing facts of a drastic, un- "ourt your written appearance (per-' Contractor
onally or by sittorney In' said suit '
Christian situation which can so 'n the first Monday in January, A... \ I
easily, lest we forget, grab! us and )1940! bpincr the 1st day of said': '" Tax Assessor, Hendry County
nonth., and thereafter to file with'
pull us down. laid clerk }'our' written defenses, ifmy ''
God bless America "Hail to theKing" to the bill of complaint, as' .
?: 'mended in sold suit at the .time pre-' ,I. ,
humble thanks for our
Our cribed by law.
free opportunity. Herein fail not or judgment will\ I

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First grade: -James Adams, Bevoly fr

I Flaniken, Junior Golden, Elton Mc-

Call, Edwin Messer, Joe Schroeder, I 7'Y
': Wayne Shelter, Buck Surrency, ToOur i

I'' i t."', Carol Joy Alston, Patsy Meredith,

l 'Rachel "Miner, Mary''' Oliver, Eleanor'

; Von Mach, Charles Adams. i'

Second Grade: ,Lionel Beatty, : \

I Harry Richard Vaughn Knight, Shirley, Volney Benbow Robbing, Ann, \tyU \ Customers <_ '<::H\: I

I L II Prewitt. ,!j! J (

Third grade: Richard McLeod, ET DE JOY .
I II 1 J' Jack Davis, Alfred Dodge, Christine .. 11110 I1TLAiU1 PEflCEIMTH; And Good Fnends' .

' I Espenlaub, Joyce Lewis. 1939Compliments .: ;
tI1ll :iIYltth! 1939 1939
I Fourth Grade: Dick Schiffli, Clifford ,' '
Beatty, Sidney Broughton, Kim ; We Say, ,....r..

''I' I- Kolstad, Ernest Smith, Carline Ber- STRAYHORN'SCleaning

i ner, Mary Bussell, Kathryn. Dyess, "

II 1\'I\ Shirley Fifth Tarlton.Grade: Louise Prewitt. ServiceLet and Tailoring 1errp (Cjjrttmtu)

Sixth Grade: Emily" Joyce Bullen, ,
I '"
Joan Walker, Nora Oglesby, Wanda 'ofALSTON'S
,I Us Be Your Santa Claus
Shelter, Jean Auger, Ovida Johnson,
All The Year Around
Kermit Tarlton. I

'j, IP Seventh Grade: Betty Perez, Nick .' ,. '
I Schiffli. For Instant Service :"".
P t Eighth Grade: Marianne Jones, 1 ; May OurFnendly Relations'Grow
Phone 108
Mary Jennings, Ernest Oliver. I ,

Ninth Grade: Elbert Hooker, ., Stronger EveryDay
i ;
!, Betty Berg, Gertrude Ullendall, .

Sonny Vaughn, Gloria McDuffie, :, .of the New Year .
Ann Pafford. >
Tenth Grade: Louise Hollings- .

worth, Mary Johnson. I
Eleventh Grade: Audry McLaughlin -

Julia Oglesby, Dick Tarleton. ,

Twelfth Grade: Florence Graham I (May Peace Happiness and Prosperity
Louis Leiter, Edythe Cornette, J. ,

D. Hooker, Munselle Stone.
be your lot in 1940

The staff of the School News

wish to extend their heartiest greetings -
i to everyone for a Merry Christmas 9( 9ao I

!; and a Happy New Year.
.. .

1,I Christmas All'" the trees grammar in their'grades rooms.'Tho had o I Cottrell Motors I

trees were trimmed beautifully and .

I I each room drew names and ex- ttd

changed gifts. Candy was given to Plymouth Johnson Motors ;;; '
the students and the Christmas Dodge -

1 spirit was felt throughout the HENDRY COUNTY MOTORSE. 13
school. Luscum Aircraft Refrigerators

C J. O. I
I M. Cornette FloridaJ
: I Moore Haven
.. The members of the Senior Class
'r" 1 II' :wish to extend to everyone a Merry -' rg

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of the lake to St. Lucie Lock No. 2
ENGINEERS FAVOREIGHTFOOT and thence 80 feet to the Intra-
coastal Waterway; Provided,' that
local interests furnish without cost
DEPTH to the United States all lands for

rights-of-way and disposal of spoil 9 3 9I
the construction of
required for
FOR WATERWAY the said channels and for their future -

maintenance as and when needed -

and hold and save the United V
A bulletin from U. S. Engineer: t
signed States harmless from all claims
division office in Richmond
which may result from provision of
by the division engineer, Col. Jarvis -
the proposed modification of the
J. Bain was received here I
existing projects. A yacht basin at
nesday which states that the reporton
Pahokee is not recommended for
deeper water I
the hearing for a

way the across present the state Cross-State along the Water routeof cleat the reasons anchorage that areas reasonably are availablein suffi 193q PEfiCE OH BfiRTH i

and that the cost
and at the vicinity
way, had been made was
least partially favorable toward the of the work would not be justifiedby
the benefits to be expected. A
improvement.The '
controlling channel 12 feet deep from the Gulfto
favored a
water Punta Rassa and 10 feet 'deep GULF ,SERVICESTATION <1
depth of eight feet in the LAKE DRUG COMPANY T Tr
is'now. avail- : ,
thence to Fort Myers .
way instead of the six feet at pres- < : yc. f.fa
able. A channel 8 feet deep to Fort
ent and two feet less than had been' W
to the Intracoastal "Waterwayas .
asked. The engineer board also Myers : '
recommended, and thence 8 feet
turned thumbs down on the pro- The Three Niblacks ;
posal for the construction of a deep to Fort Pierce as provided G. B.,. Thomas, _"

yacht basin at Pahokee on the under the!existing.project, is believed .
to be reasonably sufficient for
that there was
grounds '
water off that city at the present the needs of' e'' jst ng and prospective -' .
water for anchorageand commerce.: The cost of a'chan- .
time providing t
that the benefits to be derived nel deeper'": than" 8 feet from Fort \ ii: ; ,,;. -- <.
F'ort 'Pierce '''would be in .
from such a basin did not indicate Myers to 'e! '
that the cost would be justified. commensurate. Avith"-the additional!! I
Any appeal from the reportmust benefits. to be expected.' Z a i, --
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be presented within: four weeksof Yly;

the date, of the bulletin, .December -
<.y I
SON: BORNMr. k'1--i' .
14, orally or 'in'writing to the .. vY : I. '
Board of Engineers for Rivers and
and Mrs. Tracy H. Stone are
Harbors in Washington.The ,
parents of a baby boy, who arrived ',' _
two foot depth increase will Thursday at the Clewiston hospital.The -

mean very little additional work in baby, who weighed 7 pounds
the waterway it is said by local en- 11 ounces, has been named Hugh 11r'- j
gineers because there is,. except fora Tracy.
few bars, plenty of water to per-

mit the eight-foot depth without MARRY
dredging. 0
The complete findings of the '
Today, perforce we thinkOf
board contained in this excerpt
One who knew the brink I
from the engineer communication:
On which we mortals stand,-
"It is recommended that the II
Perhaps our feet on sand.
And Happy. New
existing project for the Caloosahatchee I
His Love-the air, the light,
River 'and Lake Okeechobee Year
The sun, the stars, the night,
Drainage Areas be modified to pro- .
The flowers are, all His might.
vide for a channel 8 feet deep from '
Our 'life' our graves His waves
Fort Myers to the Intracoastal Wa- SHORTY'SBARBER
Of Love the dry heart lavesIn
terway near Stuart with widths of i j '
Him our God we know-
from Fort Myers: to Moore
90 This seed in hearts He'd sows. SHOPT.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling
Haven, 80 feet in'the existing chan- .
This life in us to grow- I
nel along the southerly' shore of the
to know!
"Tis Life He says-
lake to Clewiston, 80 feet along a
C. Musgrave Mgr.
relocated channel from Clewistonto Rev. Kent Pendleton.Is ,

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,,; ;;:i OUR COMiCSEE.i1ON.A.; ,' I Lesson. '}gave ,, .wFv'.,:

.: ) By HAROLD 'L, LUNDQU1ST. D. D. It in h
I' Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof comas J >dy
'..1 Chicago. }
, I (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) though -
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:L D. Events in the Lives of Little Menv: ....t 0 Lesson for December 24 A r41

Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected
: r and copyrighted by International forgot 3 c3
: ,- Council of .Religious Education; used by to .
,, .". permission.

C LESSON TEXT-Matthew 1:18-25; 18:1.6; t
\ 7i 19:13.15. S4VNU
GOLDEN TEXT-A Little child shall lead
them.-Isaiah 11:6.

The children's holiday! \ Service.

I I ', Yes, Christmas is the children'sday
.. I. of days, and it is also the day
for those who have been "convertedand Cutwork for Linens
? become as little children"Matt.
I'," '.. .,JI ( 18:3): It is.quite proper thatit Mark of Good Taste,
should be so, for Christmas really

a means nothing very significant except -
j as we gather at Bethlehem's JUST a touch of this needlework

II .,manger and; ,there we find a child, adds distinction to linens. Do
:, l the.;Chrjst=-chUd. Those who come these motifs in a color to match
,I I/ 1 "1 h ..It I it i I 1 r t I on the morrow to do homage to Himin the linen or in varied natural col,.
the spirit of childlike faith will ors. They are just the thing for t
cloths, scarfs, towels and '
r truly keep Ch 'istmas. pillow"

D Let us then go first of all to Beth- cases. So replenish your linen

lehem, and there having seen the
One who "became flesh and dwelt
.'. ..... ..
.. ( .
: : shall
: among us" as a little child, we
: ,'}\ .
: be ready to go on and learn from

Him what a blessed example, re-
: 1 : sponsibility, and opportunity thereis

p'r.: '; \ in the childhood which we see all
: .
: f: around us.
: I. The Child-Jesus Our Saviour
F : .
: "
: ;0 Sc (Matt. 1:18-25).
-31//-7illl '::;0 \1t -... The virgin mother Mary "brought

: 7Y : .. forth her firstborn son" and "called'his '
f : ;
t\'! { !, :. : . name Jesus"-the one who .Q
; V should "save his people from their
t : sins" (vv. 21, 25). In order that
He might be the Saviour, He had to
V .
/ : J be both God and man. This could
1,1 : (WNU SERVICE), only be true as God sent His own
only-begotten Son into the world by
J rs giving to Him a human mother in
::1:1t br whom He as the eternal Son of God
,t J was "conceived by the Holy Ghost"as
H' : ( we express it in the creed) and

, I) I.'S became the Son of Man.

ki For anyone who believes that God
' has all power and all wisdom to do
-ll Pattern 6300.
u MUu what He wills and as He wills, and

who further believes that Christ was closet with these and you'll be
pre-existent as the Son of God be- proud to show it. Pattern 6300
L fore His incarnation, there is no contains a transfer pattern of 16

"AT' difficulty, ,in believing in the virgin motifs ranging from 2& by 2Vi
; birth. In fact, no other manner of inches to 2J/fc by 8 inches; materials !
incarnation would have been possi- I needed; color schemes. .
ble. It necessarily follows that ,the To obtain this pattern, send 15
one who denies the virgin birth of cents in coins to The Sewing Circle, I
: T L. Christ thereby declares that He does Household Arts Dept., 259 West
t not believe in the God of the Scrip- 14th St., New York, N. Y. (
i tures and in Jesus Christ His Son Please write your name, ad-

E our Lord.II. dress and pattern number plainly. '
I. The Child-Our Example (18:

1-4). g
I The disciples had been having a
H : R discussion about who was to be the

greatest in the kingdom of heaven.
This was not because they desired QUICK-RUB ON SUPER-MEDICATED
( their brothers' advancement, for PENETRO. LET IT GET IN ITS GOOD 1

p'' PE.rR501t TAKEr each one wanted. ,to be the greatest WORK.FASTER.BECAUSE IT CONTAINS
Jesus frankly told them that they ANY OTHER SALVE SOLD, '
J' 0 p 5l'rTIN' needed a real change of heart, a NATIONALLY FOR COLDS' j
conversion. True greatness is nota .
Ct matter of worldly position or am-
!; l\ < 0 bition, but of a childlike humility. NASAL MISERIES. o J

1\\H P Such an idea was absolutely revo-
'II'I lutionary in the day of Jesus, and IJ4Mcc
'I l By in fact sounds unbelievable to the
( worldly man today. But it is none-
' 'I. C. M. Payne theless true that the great man or
woman is the one who knows and Composition of History
d I WNU Bell Syndlcal .i-WNU Service.MAD recognizes himself to be utterly dependent History is the essence of innu-

oL I on God in every moment, merable biographies.-Carlyle.

every circumstance, every trial, and
in every opportunity of life. We needto .

I YOU KNOW) r PUT NOTICES UM! { \ ANY learn of our children. '
III. The Child Our GOOD J
(18:5, 6). stows ,
"DO IT NOW" These awful, solemn words shouldbe uea ,,,,,
p considered with great care. What arnc t

a terrible judgment awaits those 5130
oki4 .
-, who cause little ones to stumble by
W:: i Vi r'e i'0dryl? : : irt5i. .. ,..' I. reason of their false teaching, their U6OD1wtQs
)%l i!' .: failure to bring God's Word to bear '"% less'edRe ieQ
'V' .0 upon their lives, improper disciplinein
the home, or the influence of a

I bad example.IV. .
The Child-Our Opportunity
As Frenzy, Dictates
(19:13-15) What frenzy dictates, jealousy
P r Jesus knew the real value of a
: believes.
: child and His loving heart reachedout
to invite the children to come
% .{Nlr ril !{ ?!::; :} IIIfI, <2svJ'iJ'l -,
unto Him in love, in obedience, and i
'lifrlf/J::;:vlfY' in trust. When they came. He never
failed to bless them.
The glorious thing is that we
YES! SMITH'S JOINED THE are privileged to thus bring little
1 AIR FORCEJONES( HAS children to Him. Someone may say,
SMASHED UP MYCAR BOY HAS ASKED "Jesus is no longer on earth, I can-
THE CASHIERS FOR A-RAISE / lot take my child to him." Jesusis
SKIPPED not here in the flesh but He is
here ever present with His children. WNU-7 51-39

I i ir You can bring your child to Him,
for the coming which He has in i MORE FOR YOUR M
mind in these verses is not in any
but rather spiritual.The .
physical sense
0 Read the advertisements.
parents who teach their little 0
By They are more than a sellingaid
ones about the birth of Christ on
for business. Tcey forman
J. Millar Watt this Christmas day have brought educational system which N
them to Him. Every word of in .
is making Americans the best-
C :
every encouragement to
l J pray every example of ,devotion to.. The educated advertisements buyers in the are world.part E
'ttSfsgf.y&OKSK. Christ which the child may followis
of an economic system whichis
the true bringing of that child to
I WNU r3N T e Bell Sypolcote.Inc.-WNU Service/ /78 Him. giving Americans more Y

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