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 29, 1939
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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: r 11 :.The News Wishes. For ,-Everyone Good Health And Happiness During The New. Year,. ,

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VOLUME. 14, NUMBER .... ,_. ___ _. ___ ___. u __ .
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: ')'f. Sugar Marketing Quotas Restored By President Roosevelt ,I Ii'


: Community Tree Feature C., R. Bitting Criticizes Will Become Eftective On

Restoration Of QuotasClarence

: Of Xmas Season January 1 New Quotas :
i : Holiday R. Bitting, president of i ;

the United States Sugar Corporation

,(I --- Tuesday criticized President Roose- In 10
IX IT'S FIRST PUBLIC 'I Nice Rain Fell velt's action in restoring sugar

marketing quotas.
Here Last NightA
"The American producer is again
I Will Possibly Mean An
Easily the outstanding feature of I denied the right to supply the needsof Members Of Kiwanis

the community -his fellow Americans," he said
a jolly holiday season
total of 1.10 inches of rainfallwas Early Closing Of
Christmas tree in the Civic in a prepared statement. "This action CommitteesSelected
recorded here at the Townsite
Center Park Saturday night when has been taken despite the almost -
observatory of the United HouseAn
between eight hundred and a thou- continual pleas from Washington -
sand men, women and children Sugar Corporation o'clock for the period that the unemployed be absorbed The following members of stand-
ending at seven this morn-
gathered for the excellent musical in productive activity. ing Kiwanis committees were namedby
President-elect J. E. Beardsley unusually cheery Christmaswas
for the presentation ing.The
: program and "Once again foreign countries are '
rain began falling early succeeded by a deep gloom in
at the regular meeting Wednesday
the children of the com
r. of to
gifts Thursday evening and continued guaranteed our markets without obligation night: the Everglades Wednesday with 'the
munity. of last on their part to supply our that Presi-
through the greater part Public Affairs: G. H. Brown, report from Washington
r: The first appearance of the United night, a slow, soaking rain which needs and this despite the action of chmn., R. M. Bishop, A. O. Ward. dent Roosevelt had restored the
y; States Sugar Corporation band after several such foreign countries in deliberately of the act
will be a great, ,relief Attendance: J. F. TIppey, chmn, marketing quotas sugar
was an added attraction that weeks of dry weather. withholding' substantial quantitiesof A. W. Sias, H. R. Hall. which would become effective, once
brought out many of the older people sugar from this market duringthe
The geratest rainfall recorded at Vocational Guidance: E. M. Cor- more on January 1. The president
r and nothing but praise for the any station in the Western Divisionwas past July and August, the per- nette, chmn., D., G. Alston, B. E. suspended these quotas on September -
" :. splendid accomplishment of the 1.50 inches at South Bay. The iod of highest consumption."It Herring. 11 after the European crisis

5 group has been heard. The songs fall was heavier, in the Eastern division was this deliberate withholding Kiwanis Education: R. C. Wilson, had caused a sharp increase in sugar -

'!, sung by the school glee clubs and with an average of 1.64 inches of supplies to meet our need chmn., J> G. Niblack, W. W. Perry. prices.

t' the entire school student body were and a high of 1.94 inches at the which caused very substantiat'in- Program: J. W. Ezelle, chmn., A. The restoration of the quotas is

also much enjoyed. Pelican Lake station. creases in price and necessitatedthe W. Lawrence, T. E. Markette and taken to mean that the Florida Cooperative -

When Santa Claus appeared with suspension of quotas to protectthe Miss Marion Leydig.WINNERS Sugar Association, formed

,. a truck piled high with toys there American housewife. ,The re- recently at a Clewiston meeting will

was a special committee of Legionnaires SUGAR COOPERATIVE imposition of quotas means that the be unable to go ahead with plans

I' and Boy Scouts to assist with American housewife Is once again for building a new nine million dol-
f- the' distribution of the presents. An I placed at the mercy of greedy off- ANNOUNCED lar sugar house and the planting of

r. enclosure had been constructed with MEMBERS PROTEST shore sources of supply. t some 30,000 acres of sugar cane.

.' .... gates through which the children "Reimposition of quotas also IN GARDEN CLUB'S It is also taken to mean that unless
:", of the various age groups passed means that the plan to give perma- the new quotas, which are to be

F r:' ,. for their packages. This arrange- RETURN OF QUOTAS nent employment at high wages to announced within the next ten days,

<' ment provided for a rapid distribu- over 6000 persons and thus direct CHRISTMAS CONTESTMrs. give a greatly increased quota to

tion of the gifts, fruit, nuts and -'- ,' ,and ,indirect, employment to ,upwardsof Florida producers the United States
t, '- candies given to each child. The sixty or more ,farmers who 20,000 persons through cooperative Sugar Corporation's sugar house in

450 packages were provided for recently signed agreements to planta :' endeavor in the Evergladesmust G. B. Rackstraw received 'a Clewiston may be forced to shut
\ distribution at the tree and of this large part of their acreage in sugar be postponed despite the con- prize for the best decorated living down several weeks earlier than

f number about twenty-five were left cane in 1940 as members ,of tinual pleas from Washington to Christmas tree, Mrs. H. C. Kolstada had been anticipated.

distributed the new Florida Sugar Cooperative create employment In the United prize for the most attractive doorway Josiah Ferris, representative of

Association sent telegrams Tuesdayto States." and Mrs. E. E. Kelly a prize the Florida sugar growers in Wash-
for various reasons, to attend the the Florida congressional delega- I I I
for the best set-up tree in the an- ington told the Associated Press
program. tion protesting the reestablishmentof Andrews And Colee nual Christmas contest sponsoredeach that although the 1940 quotas had
228 similar packages were also the ,
year by the Clewiston Garden not been announced, Florida grow-
made for the colored children The communications read 'follows
up : as -
Pledge A Renewed Club. ers had already!: planted far more
. of Harlem and prior to the community :
' The judge's also assisted in cane than they could expect to har-
tree a tree for the colored "We appeal utmost efforts
: your
Fight On RestrictionsSince I i judging the trees in the plantation vest under the revived limitation
I' : children was held at the boxing and influence to offset restoration
1'villages of the United' States Sugar plan.In.
f .
I :- arena in the Harlem Village. sugar quota which penalizes our efficient I
the the
reimposing quotas
Corporation and the Bare
On Friday night the. various methods and soil. gave
I f
the announcement in Wed- Beach village the prize for the best President announced that the con-
churches held their own Christmas world's
We pay highest
nesday morning's that the ditions which had prompted their
I' visited tree. The Ritta village was given
and by
were to Americans.
programs President had ordered the restoration honorable mention. In Harlem vil- suspension had disappeared since
Santa Claus. At the Community "War demonstrates suicidal
folly of marketing quotas on sugar lage Jack and Nora Humphries, the price of sugar has returned to
r Church there was no prepared program dependence on offshore supply. 'Reciprocity '
I telegrams have been received at the'offices porter and pastry cook at the Clew- pre-war levels. The objective of the
but Santa arrived and distributed with labor be
penal may ,
1 of the United States Sugar iston Inn were awarded for the best control act is, theoretically, to
, : gifts, candies, fruits and_ justified after our own bowl is fill- addressed and
Corporation here to Clar- house decorations.Mrs. promote orderly production
nuts to ,all the children, The Baptist ed with our own sugar. Please urge
F ence R. Bitting, president, from Sen- marketing of sugar and to prevent
I Church had a splendid Rackstraw's tree was a fif-
to allow Florida vegetable
congress ator C. O. Andrews and from Har- excessively: low prices for the pro-
in which a Christmas pageant was teen-foot arborvitae decorated in
I farmers to convert 20,000 acres
'_ old Colee, manager of the State ducer and high prices for the con-
pantomimed by Sunday School students i into profitable cane under blue and silver with blue lights and
coopera- I
i Chamber of Commerce, pledging sumer. The!'! system, going Into effect -
r. with the choir assisting with tive organization immediately upon the coloring was accentuated by 'a
I their continued fight against re- shortly after the reorganizationof
the musical accompaniments with quota removal." floodlight.Mrs. .
strictions. the Everglades sugar industry,
(Continued on Page 8) Walter Hooker, Belle Glade farmer I Kolstad's doorway was
:I r Senator Andrews wired as follows stifled and retarded the growth of
and member of the board of directors
I flanked on either side by red can-
I -- "The
-------.1 : statement in the an industry which had been provento
""r". Mrs. Parkinson Dies of a recently formed sugar ing's papers that the morn-I dles about four feet high lighted by -have tremendous possibilities for

I cooperative, said In a statement: gar cane quota is to be reapplied ; electric bulbs in place of wicks. The development.Some -

In Ft. Myers HospitalMrs. "If congress sees fit to allow the causes me no little concern. It I door was hung with a green foliage informed quarters regardthe
i\ i 'glades farmers to plant the lands I background which hung
I\ I I1 shall be my purpose to double my on were President's action this week as
included. in the cooperative the pro- efforts to remove all restrictionsfrom I string of silver Christmas bells. A merely a move to lower the im-
;1 Mary C. Parkinson, 68, of ject would employ several thousand the production of sugar ;in floodlight placed in the top of an port duty on Cuban sugar from

i I;! Alva, died at seven o'clock Friday persons with an annual payroll of the continental United States at the I adjacent oak tree was used here $1.50 to .90 a hundred in order

evening in the Lee Memorial Hospital $1,250,000. Even then Florida will first opportunity after the reconven- also to further increase the effect- that hundreds of thousands of tons

Ii 1.'i. in Fort Myers following an ill- produce Florida's annual require- tion of Congress." iveness of the decorations.Mrs. of Cuban sugar, held in bond in

ness of about three weeks. She was ments and less than two percentof Mr. Colee's ,wire was as follows: Kelly's tree, a perfectly this country, would be released. Im-
removed from her home in Alva to I the nation's requirements." short-leaf decorated -
r, "Am withholding comment until I shaped pine was porters of Cuban sugar were reluctant -
the hospital on Wednesday and her I'I with multi-colored lights and a
: learn from you just what we can to pay the $1.50 duty when
condition was believed to be much Congressman Peterson do to assist. You know our organi- profusion of usual ornaments very the President had Indicated that he

better and there had been hopes zation stands wholeheartedly be- artistically arranged. I II favored the lower duty. The high

that she might return home for Visits In Clewiston hind the movement for a decent I duty automatically went into effect

Christmas. Heart trouble was saidto quota on Florida sugar. Let us know Kiwanis Club HasBusiness when the marketing quotas were
have caused the illness and her how we can help." suspended and the low one again

subsequent death. Congressman J. Hardin Petersonof Other members of the congressional MeetingThe comes into being after the Presi-
Mrs. Parkinson was born In Lakeland, representative in Con- delegation of the state had dent's statement. %

Gainesville but moved at an early gress of the first Florida District not been heard from this morning Efforts to discover the basis for

;: age to Alva where she has residedfor accompanied by Mrs. Petersonand through the local office but Jay W. Kiwanis Club, in regular determining the new quotas have

more than fifty :years, the family by Circuit Judge and Mrs. Geo. (Continued on Pace 8) weekly session Wednesday night at been unavailing but the secretaryof
being pioneers of this sectionof W. Whitehurst of Fort Myers, vis- the Clewiston Inn, confined ''itself agriculture has stated that the

Sounty. Her husband, the ited for several hours in Clewiston LOCAL MAX IS FIRST to the transaction of business, the first step will be a determinationof
late E. Parkinson, passed away in Wednesday afternoon. TO LOSE DRIVERS' LICENSE appointment of committees to serve the actual needs for 1940 and

1926. Congressman Peterson, in the during the coming year and a discussion the division of quotas be made on
Her one daughter, Miss Edwina short time allowed him betweenthe R. D. Royer, Clewiston electrician, of the program for 1940. the basis of a formula set out in

Parkinson of Washington'' D. C. extra Congressional session and was the first Hendry county citizento Following the regular meeting a the sugar act of 1937. This formula
came home when h '.thgr first the regular session beginning Janu- I be divested of his driving license, school of Instruction was held for gives only 6.29 per cent of the to-
became ill and was V:4 ,her at her ary 3 making an attempt to visit County Judge W. T. Maddox revoking -- the new committee members by the tal American market to the cane

death. Three sons sut\ive, C. V. every community In his district and' the license for a period of president and secretary elect, J. E. sugar producers of Louisiana and

Parkinson of Moore Haven and to personally talk with as many of one year at a hearing in LaBelle Beardsley and A. W. Lawrence. Florida, less, than one per cent to
,, Clewiston, Harvard and Frank ofAlva his constituents as possible.It Tuesday.It "Citizenship Responsibility" is Florida while Cuba, a foreign coun-

and one sister, Mrs. John Abell I so happened that the Congressman was stated that Royer's holi- the slogan of Kiwanis International try, is given 28.6 per cent.A .
of Fort Myers. visited Clewiston on the day day celebration included charges of for the new year. Local objectivesto processing tax Is charged on
,, Funeral services were held Sunday : the reimposition of the sugar quo- drunken driving on Road 25 In or be stressed are: the securing ofa all sugar produced in this country:

r,, **> afternoon at 2:00 at the Law- tas was announced and stated that near Clewiston. He was first arrested community house, civic ,beautification and In return another section of the
> rence Powell Funeral Home in he had already sent telegrams to by Sheriff H. L. DeLaneyand and vocational guidance.The act provides for the payment to
'i Fort Myers with the Rev. Andrew both the President and Secretaryof released on a cash bond and program next week will be a continental and territorial producers -

I .. D. Mllstead conducting the services. Agriculture Wallace protesting later taken into custody by Patrolman Ladies' Night program with ,special of parity payments. Foreign pro-
I Interment was In ,the .Fort Myers the action., He ,stated further that T. J.,,Reilly. His 'fine was said numbers planned. The installation ducers do. not share In these parity

, cemetery. .. .(Continued on Page 8), to have-been: $150. (Contnlued on fcage eight), __ ..... .'(Continued:> 'on Page ,8).


'T- Gas May' Pressure Be Resultof L January 1 Is Great Day For- I I

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HEADLINES FROM THE LIVES UNTIL just a few years'ago, rr !1f1S'h2.c

OF PEOPLE LIKE YOURSELF. I If was thought to be due '
in all cases to the foods eaten :;2t ; wt..

onions, cabbages, lettuce, peas,
"Forest Death Trap"YOU beans. More re- .1 'J4'XS
know, when you go hunting, you more or less expect to cently, it was TODAY'S It

up with adventures of a certain sort. You might reasonably thought that in,the HEALTH' A 7Picture

expect to be treed by,a bear, or hopped on by a wildcat, or great majority of

maybe bogged down in a mess of quicksand or socked on the coco cases gas formaCOLUMN

by a falling tree. You might expect almost anything BUT the sort tion and, pressure _v ,icwxAw..Sw
of mystifying experience that fell to'the'lot of George S. Quartinof was due to'a sluggish liver and (t k -

Brooklyn, N. Y., on a hunting trip near Kingston, N. Y., in the gall bladder. Many cases also r 1/ t n k: i 'rAttojr.9r fu,s'

middle of January, 1929. The best adventures are like that. It are believed due to fermentation ," f. 4 r

isn't what you expect, but what you DON'T expect, that gives you of, protein foods-meat, // / JF4,*/.{, ,.
A. A; : ;
')he big thrill,you remember all down through the years. eggs, fish. %

George Quartin and his friend Martin Ross went hunting. They It is now "agreed that many RACE HORSES-This is Gray LOU GEHRIG-Ex-Yankee slug- i-H

might have expected ton. across bears, wildcats, quicksand or nervous or excitable individ- hound. He and all other horses I ger; he begins 10-year term on
falling trees, but here's what actually did happen. uals, those who eat their food have'a birthday January 1. New York's crime commission.

They started out from the little village of Accord, N. Y.- hurriedly, swallow quantitiesof

started out into the woods, and along about evening, after air during meals and par-

trying for two or three hours to find their way back, decided ticularly if they use much

that they must be lost. That's something else a hunter might fluid tea, coffee, milk or

easily expect, and certainly it did happen. But.they don't count that as water during meals. Dr.
an adventure. It was only the beginning of a train of circumstancesthat Walter Alvarez, Mayo Clinic, I A
led to a strange, terrifying night when everything was against them who for many years has done L A K A
and nothing seemed to make sense.
much original research work on the
Night had come on, and still they were walking in circles trying to stomach and intestines, says in theOhd'
find their way out of the woods. They were looking for a place to sleep "..g....1 J our-
when Martin Ross saw a light in the distance. hal:

Hunters Discover Weatherbeaten House.It "For reasons yet
unknown, some per- q9
seemed to be a flare of some sort. The two men started sons swallow much '
walking toward it. The flare died out before they had gone two air as they ,drink. A
steps, but moving in its direction, they came to an old, weather- 'dry' dinner will _, VALLEYado'
beaten frame house standing in the middle of a clearing. sometimes give a :

There was no light in the house, but they approached and knockedon much more comfort- "fivnviAvfci x r.": r'. 'SA>A.;r vf'y r Ktv'jfuf
the door There was no answer, but George tried the latch and able night."
the door opened. They went inside-into a big, empty room. There "Among the other Pacific Ocean ,4s; .
fireplace in the corner, and some wood beside it. They startedto
:was a causes of flatulence
.. .. .
build a fire, but they never got it lighted. From that moment on, '"-- -gas-are:food sen- I 'i =.&...'*'.;?J<'C,.... _,... "'-..;...;>1I.""'
Dr. Barton 'sitiveness-being allergic -
. ; or sensitive to
some particular food or foods suchas for colonists. Rumor says French chateau as hospitalfor I
eggs. wheat, berries; a plug or many will now return to "main- wounded on January 1 while
hardened waste matter in the rec- I land." "hubby" is at the front.
tum or lowest part of large intes-

- l iii tine, which forces, gas back up into L.
small intestine and even into the
I I 4 ,stomach; nervous excitement be- i.L

fore, during and after eating; oil, + .
t '
t f
which while lubricating the wastes, 4 / ,r 2 r.J + A SY 4.
I i 1 seems to cause gas pressure, and
any substances added,to laxatives in
order to add bulk to the wastes." r.J

Walls Are Strengthened. :. :
Despite the formation of gas Ai1
caused by these bulky substances, a ,Y r

Terrified now, the two lads picked up their rifles and began shootingat such as agar, most physicians be-
lieve that this bulkiness distendsthe
the door.
bowel and causes the musclesof a

events crowded on the heels of events so rapidly that they had no timeto the bowel to squeeze harder on
think of anything else. the mass of waste and so prevents }4

First came a crash outside. It sounded near the door. George and constipation. The bowel is kept ina
better condition of health if its
locked. had fastened it from
Martin ran to it-and found it Someone
the outside! muscular walls have something that OBSERVATORY-Only man PAUL McNUTT-His U. S. so-

Then it was they noticed that the big, dim room had no win- causes them to contract or squeeze who knows it's New Year's, officially cial security agency begins annu-
the wastes. The walls in-
dows. What kind of a house was that? They noticed, too, that crease upon in muscular strength by this is operator of master clockat ity payments on January 1, date I
the door was a heavy one, made of solid oak-two or three timesas work or exercise. Washington's famous naval ob- having been moved ahead two '"
thick and strong as any mere dwelling door had any businessto servatory. years.
be. There was something mighty strange about that win-
dowless dwelling. A disquieting fear crept into the hearts of bothof Removal of .. .vu ..
them. What sort of place had they stumbled into? .r4.Z .
Gall BladderI
Peculiar Odor<< Permeates the Building.
Shouting brought them no answer. Then they began to hear voices HAVE spoken before of the pa- .
outside. Whoever it was out there was ignoring their cries. They heard tient who underwent operation for <
sounds of a heavy object being drawn somewhere. A peculiar odor, ulcer of the stomach expecting that .,:. <
faint at first, began to permeate the whole building. The two lads lay all his symptoms would disappear, 4+a ti .S "',
down in a corner, but not to sleep. They lay huddled together, trapped never to return. He was greatly
like rats, wondering what their mysterious. captors would finally dc I disappointed when his physician told k I It' S > 4vri
with them. I him that if he didn't stop worrying,

They lay there silent while the hours went by. Then, sud- eating rapidly, and not getting : '
denly they were aroused by the sound of an explosion and the enough rest, he would likely "grow" \.
thud-thud of running feet. The smell of smoke began to fill the another ulcer.
room-and in another few minutes the room was thick with the Drs. E. L. Eliason and J. P. North,
smoke itself. Philadelphia, in Annals of Surgery,
Black, acrid, choking smoke! It billowed up from somewhere be- report their followup study of 264 n 4 cia L SJ
low them-filled their and cases from one, to four years after
lungs set them to coughing. Terrified now, 'Ip.
the two lads picked up their rifles and began shooting at the door. But operation. They found that only 6
the door was too thick to yield even to rifle bullets. and if the men out- per cent (16 cases) were not relieved -
side heard the shots they gave no sign of it. of the symptoms for which o e > t ikZt n *
they underwent operation. In four t b'e
The room was getting hot. Now they could hear.flames crackling
other cases the relief was delayedand *
beneath them. The smoke was so thick that they could hardly breathe.
in others the
symptoms com-
They were running around in panic, aimlessly dashing from one side of
that strange room to another. Flame was creeping through the cracksin plained of were not due to gall LEWIS LAW ES Warden of STREET SWEEPERS-In every
the floorboards-licking the sides of the wall with its myriad red bladder disturbance. New York's Sing Sing prison com- I city, they must clean up the debris I
tongues. Time was passing, but they weren't conscious of it. All they Cases Are Investigated.Now pletes 20 years on the job. left by celebrants.
knew was the terrible fear of being burned alive in the mysterious trap 6 per cent is not a large
they had fallen into. percentage to fail ,to get relief after
removal of their gall bladders, but
Seek a Place to Intense Heat.
Escape :
M- I Drs. Eliason and North investigated -
Then they were beginning to drop from exhaustion and lack these cases and found that in
of air. First George, then Martin. They were on their knees, half of them (8) there were no grossor
groping for a spot where the intense heat would not sear their outstanding evidences of gall %g4 rr.A
'skin when they heard a hammering on the door. bladder disease at time of opera-
They were too weak then to care much what was happening. tion, but in the other half (8) the 'a
Through a daze they watched the door splinter and fall to pieces. surgeon found a diseased gall blad- )VA: Ch
They saw it broken down, felt a merciful breath of fresh air roll der with stones yet the patient was
in through the smoke-saw dim, foggy figures come dashing in not helped by the removal of the
through the doorway. Then hands were lifting them-dragging gall bladder. 4 rZ' Zv v>. \
them out into the gray dawn of a January morning, and George The explanation is that sometimes
saw that he was in the arms of a state trooper and being lifted conditions other than gallstones can &v
into the front seat of a squad car. give similar symptoms, "since many' ;

In another moment, Martin was in the car with him, and they were: gallstones are 'silent' ones." \'
rolling along a backwoods road toward Kingston-still wondering at For those, then, that are sufferingwith FI'Jw5rA )
the meaning of the terrifying ordeal they had been put, through. The gall bladder symptoms, espe-
whole answer didn't come until other troopers brought in two men they cially those with the terrible at-
had'captured in the neighborhood of the house of mystery. The truth tacks of gallstone colic, the fact that
was that Martin and George had stumbled on a backwoods moonshine operation.gives relief to such a large La A" rw "" _..-...... __nmnn.nnm__
plant. The moonshiners, taking them for revenue agents, had locked percentage should not only allay "BowF in ELY CULBERTSON-He and
them in, and left them to die when, a few hours later, their still exploded their fears of operation but should FOOTBALL- games learn ..
and set the house afire. But someone who saw.,the blaze phonedthe give them great hope of obtaining the West and South' usher out the all other bridge players
troopers. Otherwise two lads who had gone a hunting might have immediate relief and keeping free. 1939 grid season in a blaze ofgfory. new contract rules effective Jam
ended their day of sport in a night of tragedy. from symptoms thereafter. .my 1. -
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1.r: : HousehoMeuis FARM .ii ASK MEANOTHER 'Th A Quiz With Answers

Offering Information ,
I (
TOPICSNEW I on Various SubjectsThe

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Questions The Answers

: 1. Can you write 600 in Roman 1. DC.

AIDS GROWERSLatest numerals? 2. His salary as President is not.

2. Is the income of the Presi- Any other income he may have,

dent taxable? is. ,

Federal Law Requires 3. Who cut the Gordian Knot? 3. Alexander the Great.

4. Which of our wars was knownas 4. The War of 1812.
Additional Labeling.By .
Mr. Madison's war? 5. The eighth verse, of the 118th
c : 5. Which is the middle verse of Psalm.
MISS JESSIE FISKE the Bible? 6. Joan of Arc.

The passage of the new Federal 6. Which woman has had more 7. The white races of the world

Seed act early last fall brings into statues erected to her memory are doubling their populations every -

operation a piece of agricultural than any other 'woman? 80 years, the yellow and brown

legislation which is of great impor- 7. Which race is increasing its races every 60 years and the black .
tance to all the farming sections of population the fastest? I races every 40 years.

r I' .. the country. This became apparent
I after a study made of the law at
. i ir Rutgers university.It .

r is the product of two years of -
9 b
111l 'study and preparation by the United H OW to SEW.RU WYETH

States department of agriculture, alII I SPEARST

l r ( farm organizations, seed analysts,
1 J ;
r and the seed dealers of the United
r rr States.

W Regulations are now in the handsof

the U. S. secretary of agricultureand

the law is expected to be put

into effect in the near future. The

most outstanding change from pre- \\T 13t13 /
vious legislation seems to be that a

: larger percentage of seed shipments

i will be subjected to' the require-
ments of seed control than has been

the case in the past. RED AND

The provision of the,'new act requires -

VEGETABLE SALAD BOWL that all interstate' shipments BLUEPRINT ,,

r ; (See Recipes Below) of seeds be 'labeled if transportedfor \ ) +

''seeding purposes, or properly 3. PAINT AN
, identified if transported for seeding
V' Stands for Vegetables ,
will be BLUE
I We're SorryIn purposes, or purveyor required -
a recent article on home- to make'representations con- 81ND'
I f Vegetables are not apt to be prime made bread which appeared in cerning every interstate shipment of

,I ,I favorites with men; practically .every this column, the recipe for Yeast seed. This regulation overcomes one SC
man has a Bread should be corrected to of the glaring weaknesses of the old

,. little black list of read "seven to eight cups bread law, which provided that penaltiesfor .
r his own-vegetables "
flour. misrepresentation should be
,I he just will made, but failed to require that a
I' not accept gra- representation be made.
ciously. Father is 15
i P apt to be as chary ter, sugar and vinegar and add to There has been' introduced into 13'CUSHION

I b of spinach and the flour mixture; cook until thick. the new legislation another' depar-
i \ other vegetables Combine beaten egg yolk and seasoning ture in the seed control program as

r as his own eight-year-old, and to and stir into the first mixture. it has developed in the past 30 years. t--

1 i look upon salads as mere woman's Cook for about 2 minutes over avery All persons transporting seed in

I G nonsense! It isn't strange, if Jun- low flame, stirring constantly. interstate commerce will be required A gay winged chair for the youngster

, ior who adores his Dad begins to Combine hot sauce, cooked bacon to maintain a system of rec-
. GOOD deal has been said ing, don't miss ,Mrs. Spears' 'new
his likes and dislikes in and chopped raw ,spinach. Serve ords which will carry through all A
: proclaim
I about children having to live est Sewing Book (No. 4). It is
uncertain terms. Like father, warm, garnished with slices of hard the steps from production to con-
; cooked in a giant's world where all the full of information for making
1 like So father to keep his, egg. ,
;_ son coax
furniture is made for grownups.Furniture useful things. Books No.1, 2
I! "I-don't-likes" to himself-at meal Lima Beans en Casserole. Another feature of'the law which
stores are selling and 3 contain a fascinating
now arrayof
I 'time. offers added protection deals specif-
e 1 pound lima beans dry chairs; tables; beds and dressers things to make for the home.
: But there are salads and vegeta- : ically with the noxious weed seeds.
Vz 'cup brown
sugar made for children. Here are all Mrs. Spears has made three pat-
bles that father really enjoys. You'llfind Henceforth all interstate shipmentsof
:Vz salt _
the dimensions needed for makinga terns for Early American quilt
suggestions in my booklet, seeds must meet the'noxious
2 tablespoons onion (minced) child's chair at home. It is of blocks which she will send FREE
"Feeding, Father, for preparing weed seed requirements of the seed
tablespoon prepared
t 1-inch material and the sketch with order for four books at
s f them, and recipes, too, for his favorite 1 law of the state into which'the ship- I your
tablespoon vinegar
shows clearly how it is screwed ; 10cents each. Quilt block pat-
I, meat dishes and desserts. ment is destined.
2 cups water together after the pieces have terns only-10 cents for set of
i I But to get back to vegetables,
1 pound pork sausage three. Send order to Mrs.
been sawed according to the Spears,
t have you ever wondered why the Cook beans in boiling water approximately Group Machine Buying measurements given. The chairis Drawer 10, Bedford Hills, New
who love nibble
, very people to on a
1 hour
-or nearly
i t carrot fresh from the painted deep blue; the back, York.
! raw garden, tender. Pour in Benefits Small Farmer
seat cushions and full skirt are of
are the ones who need to be coaxed
r to eat them once they're cooked? \ baking casserole. Small farmers, forced to competewith red and blue cotton print with blue

: You'll find one solution to the problem \ ,: Meantime, place larger, mechanized units operating bindings. All dimensions for them I
tit sugar, salt, on- on a scale big enough to I
i : of getting Dad and Junior to are also given: in the sketch.
I :: ion, prepared afford expensive equipment, have .
eat their carrots, right there. Why
mustard, vinegar banded together in recent years to QUICOUB ON SUPER-MEDICATED PENETRO.
j V not serve them crisp, raw carrot
NOTE: If enjoy making
water in you
purchase heavy equipment and expensive LET ITGETIN GOOD WORK.FASTER.
( sticks for a vegetable? Or make a
what want from next to noth-
UU and you
saucepan services which of them
I none I
I crisp, colorful salad by combining BECAUSE CONTAINS 2 T03TIME5
bring to boiling could afford to the
buy individually, "
r shredded raw carrots and shredded MORE MEDICATIONTHAN
point. Pour this heated mixture over Farm
'Ij' Security re
I: : raw beets with the tender young 1ANYOTHER SALVE SOLD
the, beans. Make sausage up into
II{,: leaves of raw spinach? Mix lightly small cakes and lce.n the beans.Bake ports.The FSA makes group loans to Strange Facts NATIONALLY FOR COLDS ,f
; with salad ;
H l sour cream dressing or x "
I approximately so mmutes in its rehabilitation borrowers and MUSCULAR ACHES AND
: : l french dressing, and from
i serve a '
a moderate oven (350 degrees). other low-income farmers who NASAL MISERIES.
i i I : t. salad bowl so that the boys may can- I Black-Out' Light I
=k help themselves. French Fried Asparagus Tips. not get adequate credit from other Street Car Differs
I Cooked lending agencies, public or private
; f Perhaps just changing the methods asparagus tips (short o Immortal Tree PENETROSUPERMEDICATED
and thick to help them finance the purchaseof
" l' of preparing and serving them is RUB
1 machinery, live stock, equipment,
all you need to do to arouse family egg For "black-outs" during air
1 tablespoon water and services which none of them
I interest in vegetables. Here are raids has
I England perfected high-
; some recipes that are just a bit out- % cup soft bread crumbs (very could afford alone. way and traffic lights, headlightsand Insufficiency of Reason
The loans
fine are repayable in from
: ) There few things reason can
of-the-ordinary-recipes I think your police uniforms that can be are
''I! ;''I+ family will enjoy. 'h teaspoon salt one to five years, according to the seen only by those on the ground. discover with so much certaintyand
Fat for deep fat frying amount of the loan, the type, and ease as its own insufficiency.
1\\ Onions Baked in Tomatoes. Drain asparagus. Beat egg and the life of the service. Three per Geneva, Switzerland, has street -Collier.

,i (Serves 4 or. 5) add water to it. Dip the drained cent interest is paid on loans for cars whose'entire space is given

2% cups canned tomatoes asparagus in beaten egg. Roll as- equipment and service and 5 per over to restaurants in which the

:Vi bay leaf paragus tips in bread crumbspatting cent on loans for purchase of supplies passengers eat and drink as they
3A teaspoon salt them on so' as to cover aspara- and materials which are con- travel through the city. LOST YOUR PEP?

I I ... 2 cloves gus tips thoroughly. Place care- sumed during the year's farming Many navies now use a torpedo Relief of
I Here is Amazing
, r Va teaspoon pepper fully in a deep fat frying basket and operations.The that appears to be aimed at a point Conditions Don to Sluggish Bowels

I 1 r .1 tablespoon butter fry in fat heated to 370 degrees. list of equipment and services far ahead or far behind its target If you thInk IIII lat =tJftII:!

I 1 tablespoon flour Fry until tips are golden brown; obtained by such group loans is almost but, after going some distance, a 4i.1i i".. __'} act alike, just tn this.
\ ;
.I\'r 6 onions (small) drain on unglazed paper. Serve very limitless. It includes com- suddenly makes a right or left So mild thorough: : refreshing-.II v.g.tabls, invigorating.laxatir.D..
I I Combine tomatoes and seasonings hot. bines, silage cutters, purebred sires, swing and strikes before its ob- pendaUe relief from aide headache, bilious spells,
'I and cook for 10 minutes. Then tired feeling when associated with constipation.
I I re- cold-storaee plants. bulldozers terracing jective can turn away. D: SctaZScboxofNRIromyoW
l <-
move bay leaf equipment, syrup mills, hay Without dnuzglet.l Male the test-then
Send for Copy of 'Feeding Father. The giant redwood trees in California We wd
and cloves. Melt If not delighted, return the box to us.
For just 10 cents in coin you can balers, hatcheries, tractors, health and Oregon have never refund the purchase

butter, blend in add to your kitchen library, this services, and veterinary services. been known to die a natural death.Collier's. price.Get NR That'Tablets today.KOTONIGHT
the flour, and add
During the past four Farm
very practical and clever book.You'll years, .
to tomato mix-
find in it recipes for quivery Security has made more than 10,000
ture. Cook, stir- such loans involving $6,000,000and
custard for ribs
pie, spare with ap-
ring until constantly mixture, ple stuffing, for oyster stew, and rec- benefiting more than 180,000 01
Ai1eWoman's -
t thickens. Peel onions ipes for all the other good "home- participants. _

II place in a casserole and add style" dishes that men like.
tomato mixture. Cover and bakein To get your copy of this cook book
a moderately hot oven (370 degrees now, send 10"cents in coin to "Feed I Farm Facts I DreamsSuppose

) for 1 hour.Pennsylvania ing Father, care of Eleanor Howe,

Dutch Spinach. 919, Illinois.North Michigan Avenue, China. Poultry sires and dams can be you knew that one aisle of one floor in one store
I { tested their
through offspring not
( 4-5)
needed !
to purchase
I I 4 slices bacon (diced) only for egg production, but for size had everything you

3 tablespoons flour About this time of year the and hatchability of eggs broodiness, Suppose that on that aisle you could buy household necessities

r 1% cups water family supply of jams and jellies and other characters.. smart clothing, thrilling gifts for bride, graduate, voy-
f 2 tablespoons sugar runs very low and we beginto ager! How much walking that would save! How much time,

'k ,' 3 tablespoons vinegar hoard the few remaining, jars. The number of horses on farms is trouble and fretful shopping you would be spared! .
:. f 1 egg yolk (beaten) Next week Eleanor Howe will now the smallest in 60 years and the door
Vi teaspoon dry mustard give you some of her favorite number of,mules is estimated to be That,in effect,is what advertisements in this paper can I
' % teaspoon salt recipes for mid-winter jams and the smallest in 30 years. { you.They bring all the needs of your daily life into review

c:) ; Few grains pepper marmalades. which can- be prepared -. ., ... in one convenient place. Shop from your easy-chair, with
: 4 cups raw spinach (chopped) right now, to supplementyour The use of canned milk has '.In. the advertisements. Keep abreast of bargains, instead of chas-

2 hard cooked eggs stock. She'll give you, too, creased steadily for a number of ing them. Spend time in your newspaper to save time-and

'i Cook bacon until crisp. Remove a recipe or two for delicious hot,, years, but American consumers still money-in the stores.
;, I from the pan. Add flour to bacon breads to serve with them. get less than 10 per cent of their
fat and stir until smooth. Mix wa- .Uk in cans. an economist says.

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The Clewiston News strongly that the quotas would be PAID Young Peoples meeting, 6 p. m. m. S

suspended for good and all. Rev. M. M. Dudley! director. The public is cordially invited to \
Now that the first war scare is POLITICALANNOUNCEMENT attend all services.M. .
Evangelistic services, 7:30
p. m.
Published every Friday In Clewiston, over and there is no shortage of ., M., DUDLEY, pastor.
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS sugar the price has again droppedto Tuesday evening service 7:30 p.

Inc. pre-war levels and the President m.

again puts back the marketing Friday evening service 7:30 p. I Is Your Subscription Paid? F

KDATHIiBT BOWDEN, Editor quota 'provisions effective January FOR SHERIFF
1. ,
I wish to announce myself a. candidate -
Entered as second class mall matter It all sounds alright and may be for re-election to the' office
February J, 1927 at the Post Office In done in good faith. It may not have of Sheriff of Hendry county subject
Florida, under the Act of to the Democratic primaries in May.
:March Clewiston 3, 1887.Subscription. been intended to permit Cuban I am making: this race solely on my Bowling I
record of law enforcement and fair
growers to dispose of great
a quan-
dealings to all. and I assure the peo-
tity of sugar on a 90 cent duty in- ple of Hendry county that the policies ) -
Rate $2.00 Per Year. of this office will not change. Is an amusement, a recreation and a health builder
stead of the which
$1.50 duty would
Advertising Rates On Application. have been assessed had the quotas Your vote. and support will be appreciated Every muscle is e.\cicised: in a :rear around game" ,

remained suspended. But- we do H. L. DELANEY BOWL IN CLEWISTOX AT 1C:1

know that it once more stops all
Devoted: to the advancement and welfare PENTECOSTAL CHURCH
of ClewIsten and Hendry; County. plans for development of the Everglades South Clewiston The A and B Bowling Alleys

I as the greatest sugar area -, ,

of the world and we are penalizedfor Services Every Sunday: Hours 2:00.p.. m. till -
Hail to 1940! what reason we can, 'only guess. I Itt
Sunday school at 9:45.. .

Christmas. Morning worship at 11 a. m. -
It was a right merry . . t
M ------------------- -
May we wish for all of you a .I -

happy and prosperous New Year. Too Late To ClassifyBy pOD -

Clewiston in the Orange will be Bowl well Monday represented and- RUSSELL KAY YOU HAVE TROUBLE ON HillS ?

we'll be with them in spirit if not .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::.:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: o':.

in the flesh.Clewiston j I 1mfI l
2 1
... II Searching for a subject for this 1

had a peaceful Christ- week's column I found the following yH.d: 4v
editorial in the current issueof
mas but the usual price in fatal
the Tampa Evening News
accidents was paid by the nation dis-I
to my mind is worthy of wider
for the holiday. tribution. America needs to stop at

this season and give a serious I

Hitler visited his troops on the thought to her countless blessings.
Western front but was careful to I
The following editorial Invites 1,1NEF
do so during' the unofficial but ?.:.,
such consideration and I am happyto G.
nevertheless real Christmas armis- outi
tice. present it here: oooa 1r,

Governor Fred P. Cone replyingto

an invitation of the Iowa
In column adjoining the story De-I
a partment ,of the American ,
about the restoration of sugar quo-
for the said
for a message season, :
tas one paper carried a story head-
"Any American who doesn't wel-
lined "President Will Not RunAgain"
come 1940 with a Happy New Yearis
Darn the luck!
afflicted with chronic indigestiona

disease which is practically unknown -
If it anything the an-
means in the 'Land of, the SuwanneeRiver'
nouncement of Spessard Holland for I I\ jiLt
-for America is free from
Governor has received more favor-
fear, from hatreds, and from the
able comment in state
(horror of war. We should resolveto ,
both daily and weekly, than that
keep it so that the happinessof

of any other candidate. the" new year may continue all 1 7' V$ ,

Everyone says that the Finns will year. ; ; '
eventually lose the war with Rus- And every American will join the I : mq : i :
Governor in this statement. While ig
sia except the Finns. They're, not t \J ,.
untold millions' of peoples in for- I 3
saying anything but their action is J ," :
: ."l ,-.f-.:;;: ." .
indicative of a desire to prove the eign lands are shuddering in fear :.-.,- ,' ;' '
I wondering what tomorrow
rest of the world wrong.
bring, while frequent air raid f, *v- '<

State road patrolman Reilly has alarms send them scurrying to shel- ffZ "V"; ... .
begun waging a relentless war on'' ters haunted by the fear that their

drunken driving. We'll all admit wives and their children may be-

that he has a fertile field in whichto come victims of the ravages of war yl1x "' LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES
work and wish him luck in curb- -Americans are thinking of the 1N"t i0
happiness they may bring into tne "' INCREASES POWER SAVES WEAR
ing the prevalent and dangerous w w 11 . .
lives of their loved ones.
Shopping in America is a prob-

OUR GUESS lem for the ordinary citizen becausehe

has so many things from whichto ..... ...... .. .. ...... .. ....... ........ .. .......... ...... ....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..)
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We've never had a great inclina- pick the gift he feels his loved ..;...::..:....:....:....*........:....:....:....:....:....:. :....:....:....r.....:.."..'....:...:....:....:....:....:....r.:. :(....:....:....:....:....:....:....:....:....:....:....!:.!....:..:....:....:......:.................................................................................".............................................-...........:......

tion .to stick our neck out as a ones will most appreciate. But in A>** AS

prognosticator of football game results most foreign lands government rationing -I :HAX- aIf
but those who picked the and government restrictionslimit .

various teams for the bowl gameson his choice to an absolute zero AX! :::f
:AX::: .
New Year's day have thrown a -and he can't buy that because he .. ENJOY AN .:..:.
: ...:.
wrench into the machinery of even hasn't the money. I: ';.ft, .,.. .: '" ,, r., .:..:.
the experts. We believe our guessis Yes, America is free! Free to .f'' ;,',. "' ." ":'ij, ::::

as good as theirs so here goes; love, free to achieve, and free from :!::;: ,.':, ','t ." ; ;
to take Southern California : : :;::;:
Tennessee ,
hate. And every American should I ::::;: ,} : ;,. .,
by one touchdown in the thank his God that this is so. And I : '{ ; ;
Bowl Tech to win :::!: .'r I::::
Rose Georgia ,
; 1 he should join with Governor ; .. ...... \
by a close margin over Missouri at in the firm resolve that he will do '' "" / HOMEH ",. ,'; :! ;:
Miami in' the Orange Bowl; Texas his utmost to keep America so that :H::;: .
Aggies to win over Tulane by one not only this year but succeedingyears AJLAS ::::

touchdown in the Sugar Bowl and will present the same pictureof .v.. ArP .=..:, .
Clemson barely nosing out Boston a nation which knows its course vv:' : a

College in the Cotton Bowl. is secure in its faith, and determined -

in its resolve to keep itself free :*;::*;: < Electricity is the modern servant;. a servant that ,:;::::

REVIVED QUOTASIt from the hatreds and agony which AXXX work and the pleasures of the i:::::
of both the
is engulfing the nations less for- I ::::;: takes care ;

would appear to be the purposeof I tunate. quickly efficiently ,::::
the present Administration to :::::: home and one that will do everything AY
not only brand the South as the OF THE FREE AND GOD KEEP XX: and economically. : ::
nation's No. 1 economic problem but AA .:. :

also wise to there make would it remain be little such. reason Other- OF FREEDOM AND LIBERTY I I 1::: @ One, penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or s:::_;::
for the deliberate' throttling of an A YY* give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate A*:
industry which has proved itself
and now asks the right to grow. Insured Savings In &: ::: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :i:

Marketing in the iniquitous quotas 'were sugar incorporated act of- State On Increase I II i::: : one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. I: :::

1937 which gave the lion's share of I ..A"Y

the American sugar: market to the IXX '. That,is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a h.:i:.Y:;:
neighboring island of Cuba to the Washington Florida people placed :f:,:::: ,:.

complete 'disregard of continentalcane $1,432,420 in new savings dur- .!.,. that is all electric and modern. .:.:.YA j k
ing November in the 49 insured' ty *:
and beet ravings and loan associations in ? ...x
only was this marketing right given '
that State, it was reported today : : _
them but they were also permitteda v f
'decreased by Nugent ,Fallon, General Manager .tv IXft
on sugar shipped ;'
into this of the FederalSav"fngs and Loan IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- *
country in order: that they :::: ELECTRICITY
would favor shipments into the Insurance Corporation.This x AXAX yyxv YV

U. S. A. over selling their producton increased to $28,846,000 the s ? tt

world markets. Continental pro- 'otal savings in these locally owned :::_:
ducers were limited in their pro- and managed thrift and :i::;: ANT-USE .;._.

duction and paid off with the so- nancing institutions as of home-n-I AX; f A:

called parity payments. Most pro- 30. The Insurance Corporation now : AXXt YYA

ducers were not deceived however, :protects the accounts of 33,483 savors I Vy .Vy...
for thew knew that the processingtaxes in Florida up to $5,000 each in + ;. A

levied against all sugar man- I these associations 48 of which oper- AUV n

ufactured in this country, cut downon ate under Federal Charter and one .EI. .. ; ;
their 'sale under State Charter. ;
profit than
more was I :;:::
returned to them in "parity" Loans homes 498 and
pay on totaling

ments. amounting to $1,484,980 were made !! Glades Power and light Co. i1Iit Ij IjI
Then came the European war and by the associations in November.

housewives, visioning another sugar These figures compare with 286 ......
famine of 1917 and 18, began to. loans totaling $1,058,260 in Novem- '(.::.. .:. :.

buy; large quantities for storage. ber, 1938. ,_ I yA.:. .'.".:-.

The price advanced and the Presi- I Assets of the associations as of I.I..s"S.'.!. ______ .:..:-
dent alarmed at the turn of affairs, ,November 30 totaled $48,287,000, : :is:::

the cut off act the and marketing it was intimated provisions pretty,of; an months.increase $11,584,000 in twelve -j*:*!r.:%*:.:..*..%2gnnnnunnnnnn' : .:....:.:.-i.--................................:.....::".:....:....:....:...:.....1....NNNNN...............-.:..MN.. ..".):N-w.:.1: .;.MNMYMN.. !

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" Mr. and Mrs. "'. T. Wheeless SCHARNBERGS ARE HOSTS AT NOTICEThe
r I spent the week-end with their son- PARTY CHRISTMAS EVE OliverGeigerMiss I

._ in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. annual meeting of the Stock.
[ Personals J James M. Boyd of Fort Myers. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg Essie Geiger of Miami and holders of First Bank of Clewistonwill
entertained with a Christmas din- Arthur E. Oliver of Clewiston were
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Herring hadas ner Sunday evening, their guests be- : united in marriage In Simple but be held in the office of the
I their guests Christmas Mra. A. ing men who are associated with I Bank at Clewiston, Hendry County,
I Mrs. C. L. Downs is spending today B. Hunt and Mrs. Jane D. Baigrie Mr. Scharnberg in the sugar house I I impressive ceremony performed by Florida on Thursday, January 4th, _'
A. in Miami on business. I of LaBelle mother and grand- and their families and a few friends. Father Lawrence J. Flynn of St. 1940 at Eight O'clock P. M.

mother of Mrs. Herring.. Following the serving of dinner Margaret's Church in the rectory Elbert L. Stewart, Cashier. ".
Mr. and Mrs.V.. H. Warren spent there was a gift exchange at the Tuesday morning.The .
Christmas in Haines City. Billy Redelshelmer, son of Mr. beautifully decorated Christmastree. vows were exchanged before
and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer of Those attending were Mr. and in improvised altar which was cov- FOR MODERN PLUMBINGSee '
Miami, former residents of Clewiston Mrs. J. F. Morrison, Miss Barbara ered with a lace cloth and adorned
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith spent
arrived Tuesday for a visit Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Mar- with baskets of poinsettias. Tall W. Ik McCOLLUM
week-end in Ocala.
Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs.Mr. tinez, Jackie, Oliver and Junior brass candlesticks held white tapers Plumbing and Heating
rr Martinez, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Tarle- which shed a soft light over, the chult Apartment
, t Mrs. L. R. Oliphant of Marietta, and Mrs. V. S. Thomason, ton, Dick, Kermit and Shirley Tarl- scene. ClewlMfon, Florida
Ga., is visiting her daughter, Mrs.R. Mrs. Mary Ward Powell and Mrs. ton, Allen Johnson, Mrs. Bessie El- The couple was attended by Mrs.V. .
C. Wilson and Mr. Wilson. Grace Ambrose of Miami spent Mon- liott, Mr. and Mrs. Max Meluh, N. S. Thomason of- Miami as matronof

:I day night and Tuesday here, com- V. Mumford, R. D. Nieves, Jay W. honor and M. E. Von Mach as .
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Owens and ing for the Oliver-Geiger wedding. Moran, Mr.. and Mrs. R. D. Royer, best man. The bride was attired in OFFICEACHINE:: SERVICE
son, Tommy, spent Christmas:, with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fuller, Miss a tailored suit of dusty pink her- CO.J. .
friends in Okeechobee. I Hubert Land, Wilbur Goff, Ed Virginia Gallant, F. M. Rodriguez, ringbone wool with seamist blue B. WILCOX
pearlier nnd Adding Machine
Clark, Miss Marcia Avant and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mills, Gene and accessories. Her corsage was of Kepnlrn and Service
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson and I and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn attended the Bub Mills.AVOMANS. white rosebuds, baby's breath and Also' SignS lox of 41)1GInNMOH All Kind
Mrs. Olin Carleton were visitors in funeral of Mrs. Mary Parkinson in fern. Mrs. Thomason wore a green
West Palm Beach Saturday.Mr. Fort Myers Sunday afternoon. MISSIONARY SOCIETY wool princess dress with black ac
I IJ HAS PROGRAM MEETINGThe cessories. Her flowers were yellow

J and Mrs. F. A. Flanders of Morris Ford, who is a student : rosebuds.Mrs. Scientifically: Broken Lenses
I Moore Haven visited friends here JI JII at The Citadel in Charleston, S. C. I program meeting of the Wo- Oliver is the daughter of Fitted nnd Repaired Duplicated.
Sunday.B. 'J is spending the vacation at home mans Missionary Society was held J. K. Geiger of Miami. She is a native DR. F. D. GUDBAUR
j. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Tuesday afternoon at the First Baptist Floridian, and a graduate of Optometrist .....
C. Benson spent Christmas M. Ford. I Church. Florida State College for Women at Phone 10S 5 Collier Arcndc .-
week-end at his home in Daytona I Mrs. Arch Hodges gave the de- Tallahassee. ohe and Mrs. Thom- Successor Fort Myers to K., H.Florida Oakley'" ,
Beach.J. -. Mrs. W. ,Bolton of Dawson, Ga., votional. The program 'was "My Re- ason are members of Alpha Xi Delta
I is spending some time here visitingher sponsibility for The Great Commis- .sorority.
F. Curry spent a few days the I sons, William, Ben and Charlesand sion". Those on the program were The groom is the son of J. G.-
latter part of the week in Jackson their families and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff, Mrs. V. C. Oliver of Panama City, and isa Johnson's Fish CampNear
ville. Lewis Bolton of Lake Harbor.Mr. Woodward, Mrs. C. R. Krueger, graduate of the University of Miami.
Mrs. E. M. Cornette and Miss Mae He Is well-known: through the Ever- ( Hurricane Gate)
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Settle and D. I and Mrs. W. W. Perry haveas Lily Stone. glades section, where for the past Clewiston, Fla.
C. Settle of Moore Haven visitedin their guests for the holidaysMrs. Others present were Mrs. A. R. few years he has served as recrea-
Clewiston Sunday. Perry's sisters, Miss Kathleen Broadfoot, Mrs. C. W. Simmons, tion director for the United States Boats and 1\IotOl's-Guide Service
Lewis of Tampa and Miss Bessie Mrs. H. E. Walker, Mrs. W. H. Sugar Corporation.. He and his Rates Reasonable
Miss Alma Crews of Fort Myersis Lewis of Blakely, Ga. Warren, Mrs. L. C. Miller, Mrs. A. bride expect to reside in Clewiston. ,Yo H. Johnson, Mgr.
visiting her sister, Mrs. E. C. D. Dixon, Mrs. W. T. Wheeless and Following the ceremony Mr. and
Mills this week. Mrs. Clara Randman and daughter Mrs. R. L. Merritt. Mrs. M. E. Von Mach entertainedthe

I I I Eleanor of Atlanta, arrived wedding party with a breakfastat
I Dick and Bob ,Patterson were I Saturday and are visiting Mr. and PAFFORDS LEAVE TO their home. Later Mr. and Mrs. J.M.COUSECounselor .
" visitors Wednesday in West Palm I Mrs. G. H. Small until after New RESIDE IN JACKSONVILLEMr. Oliver left for a wedding trip which .
:r b Beach. Years. will take them to Panama City to and Attorney; at Law ,

: .t __ I and Mrs. I. M. Pafford and visit Mr. Oliver's father, to Pensa- Hopkins Building

I Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cato and Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Kaufman, ,of their daughters, Anne and Mary cola and other points Northwest Wednesdays and Saturdays
I daughter, Frances, of. Miami, visit- I New York City, were visitors in Kay, left yesterday for Jacksonvilleto Florida. The bride travelled in a 0:30 to 4:00lIEClIANIC.AL
ed in Clewiston during the holidays. Clewiston Wednesday en route to reside. Mr. Pafford was one of grey tweed suit with matching ac-
I 4I Sarasota for a vacation. Mr. Kauf- the earliest of the U. S. Engineersto cessories.
! Mrs. N. L. Hemenway of Wash- man is an uncle of John Lucaa. arrive in Clewiston in connectionwith Guests at the wedding were Mr. STHUC'fUHALARClUTECTURAL
ington was the guest of Mrs. F. the Caloosahatchee project, and Mrs. V' S. Thomason, Mrs. Mary DESIGNS
Deane Duff Wednesday. Mrs. Z. H. Shelley arrived Friday : and he and his family have resided Ward Powell and Mrs. Grace Am-
from Cuthbert, Ga., to visit her here continuously for nine years. brose of Miami., Mrs. Ruth B. Maps Estimates
Mrs. E. L. Hayes, Sr., of Home- sons, Tom and Emmett Shelley Both Mr. and Mrs. Pafford have Owens, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Rack- JOHN H. DOTY
land spent the Christmas holidays through the holidays. She and Em- been active in civic affairs during straw, Mr.: and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, Engineering Consultant
with Mr. and Mrs. E. ,L. Hayes, Jr. mett Shelley will occupy the T. B. their residence here, and their Mrs. Blanche Turner. M. E. McCoy, Fla.
Shelley home during her stay here. absence ,will be keenly felt by the R. W. Turk, M. E. Von Mach, Eleano'r I Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston,

j W. W. Woodward spent the T Kiwanis Club, 'the., P.-T. A., the Corrinne and Sue Von Mach.
I Christmasholidays at his home in Mr. and Mrs. Glen Etherton and Community Church and Sunday -- -
I .( :) Norfolk, Va. their guests, Mr. and Mrs. F. R. School, and a host of friends who
Maxwell and Van Bush of Miami, wish them well in their new' loca- -
Louis Scharfschwerdt of were guests for Christmas dinner I
bee visited in Clewiston Okeecho-I in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Har- Pafford has been transferredto
end. vey Etherton in Moore Haven.Mr. the Jacksonville officer, U. S. I
I Engineers.MR. .
Miss Hazel Prince was the guestof and Mrs. G. M. Sears andG. THE BEST

Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Evans in M. Sears, Jr., of Shellman, Ga., AND MRS. H. T. VAUGHN
; Okeechobee Christmas day. arrived Wednesday to spend several ENTERTAIN AT DINNER PARTYMr.

days here visiting their daughterand r/
j W. S. Bowdon visited in New sister, Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and and Mrs. H. T. Vaughn entertained :
Smyrna during the holidays. His family.Dr. with a dinner party at their We Could Wish You-A New Year As

son, Eugene, accompanied him on home Christmas evening. Their
his return to Clewiston.Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and guests were men who are associated
Emma Jane Ezelle returned Thurs- with Mr. Vaughn in the laboratoryand
I : and Mrs. E. H. Holstine day from a holiday visit with relatives their wives. Happy and Prosperous as the Old was for

spent Christmas with Mrs. Hol- in Graceville. Mrs. Ezelle's sister Dinner was served buffet style,
stine's Dr. and Mrs. and bridge and Michigan were played -
parents, Cong- I Mrs. Carter, of Atlanta, returned -
don in Alva. with them for a visit. I afterwards. High prize at Michigan -
I went to Bud Vaughn and high ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn and Mrs. Robert B. Lines of Savan- prize at bridge to A. Crovatto. J. E. Beardsley !

Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden and nah, Ga., arrived Monday for a I Guests, included Mr. and Mrs. .. .
sons, Kay and Paul, visited relativesin visit with her daughter, Mrs. A. i W. Fuller, Mr. and Mrs. C'I
Okeechobee during the week-end. W. Dodge and Mr. Dodge at their Goedhardt, Mr. and Mrs. C. Real Estate
,." home on the government reserva- Hurst, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Holstine, q I
, -- Miss Christine Bell of West Palm tion. Mr. and Mrs. H. Scharnberg, R. D.
Beach spent the holidays here with Neaves, A. Crovatto, Alton Jones, ART LAWRENCE BETTY SPICER

'1"1'.' her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Whitaker Willard Doty, Mr. and Mrs. Walter grf HOPKINS RLIKS. PHONE GO I
I I'' Bell I and sons and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. I Vaughn, Bud Vaughn.Mrs. .

I Nowlins spent the._ week-end_ ___ _in_ _Fort__ Vaughn was assisted in entertaining -
i!; Miss Kathleen Lewis, who teaches Myers with their parents, Mr. and by Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, I
I ,11
\ in the Tampa schools, is spending Mrs. L. A. O'Steen. Miss Mildred I Sr.

11+ the holidays here with her sister, O'Steen returned with them for a - - -
i I! Mrs. WI. W. Perry and family. few days'' visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward had as

I" son, Jimmy, _spent the week-end their guests for the holidays their
4 with Mr. Johnson's parents in Sara- son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
1\\ I II sota. Mrs. Judson Francis, and their babyof
Canal Point, and Mrs. Ward's
:I I. M. T. Hood left Tuesday for a mother, Mrs. T. W.. Wilson of Jack-
1 stay of a few days in Miami and sonville.Mr. .
Homestead before returning to his
< home in Concord, Ga. and Mrs. G. H. Small, Mrs.
Clara Randman, Eleanor Randman,
> Miss Betty Hooks, of LaBelle, Richard Small and Howard Small
who is at home from Florida State attended a barbecue and family re-'
College for Women for the holidays union of the Small family held at
visited In Clewiston this week. the home of Dennis Small in La-
Belle Christmas day.
H. J. B. Scharnberg attended a
convention of electrical engineersheld Harry Sallinger who was trans-
at the Hollywood Hotel yester- ferred here recently from New Or-
day. leans to work in the Clewiston sub-
I office of U. S. Engineers was In
i Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Simmons and New Orleans for the Christmas holi-
Doric immons spent Christmas inFort days. Mrs. Sallinger returned with
eade with Mr. Simmons' par- him and they will make their bone

ents. in Clewiston.Mr. '. (
Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez- is spending I! and Mrs. Charles E. Smith I Marcia Avant Dan Allen

' the Christmas holidays with her and children, Charles and Peggy Jo, '
M. D. Bledsoe
daughter, Shirley Ruth, and' other of Avon Park, were guests Christ- : Evelyn Lovvorn "
, latives in Gretna, La.Mr. mas Day of Mrs. Smith's sister, C. V. Parkinson
- /l Mrs. E. E. Kelly and Mr. Kelly. Joe Schroeder L. C. Redish
.{ /rr-. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff spent Mrs. M. T. Hood, who spent the g
f : ,' ( : the holiday week-end in Palm previous week here with Mrs. Kelly Connie Clark Bob Logan
I j Beach with Mrs. Duff's parents, Mr. returned to Avon Park with the toll
r 1 and Mrs. F. Edward Bryant and her Smiths for a short visit before go- -
'r r I,\ sister,_ Mrs. S. B. Beach, and family. Ing on to her home in Concord, Ga. = f -
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Fat Side Up.-Put the roast in'
9 .
the pan with the fat side up so'
it will baste itself.
Plan meals in advance, with con-
cern for the use of leftovers, which
By RUPERT HUGHESCHAPTER will aid in saving energy in prep-
M i K
.For n"ipil Fruits.u.w.vu.U&PJ'..... c.n"t--.t'I
and cooking a thin slice or two of
I and yellow shoe-tops; a white- "I beg your pardon. I see that around the gills when you first blewin lemon with your dried apricots,
rimmed waistcoat of many colors you are a Catacomb." here. I sized you up for a mur- peaches or prunes.
-1- was draped like a Union Jack abouta "Ye-es," came the answer with a derer doing a get-away." *

Through the clouds from their cigars rotundity emphasized by a pat- resentful tang, for at Yale it is as Jebb smiled an unamused smile. When baiting the mousetrap, re-
mingled in the thickening air of terned shirt and a flaming silk scarf ,crass an insult to mention a man's "I've never killed anybody":- except -' member: that foods mice prefer,to
the smoking compartment, the, two with a twisted gold skewer in it. fraternity as to breathe upon the legitimately in the line 'of my cheese include chocolate, peanuts
Americans might have been cast- The stranger was dressed as neg- mirror of a woman's reputation profession; but I'm-up' against it and pork chops.Crocheted.
aways on desert islands in different ligently as an; almost finicky neat- fat man felt easier. He leaned for- harder than hard.

oceans, for all the congress they ness would permit. Hat, coat, neck- warder, and said reassuringly: Gaines' fat hand was Instant to
held. scarf, trousers, waistcoat, stockings, "Don't. shoot. So am I." his fat wallet: MedallionFor

Their moods seemed as unlike as shoes, all were black, yet with no "No!" "I'm on my way home, Dave, Heirloom
their persons; the one smiled broad- hint of mourning. He had the look "Yes." after ,Europing about; but here's

cheekedly even on the flat landscapethe of a professional person. "What year?" what they left me. Save me enoughto
only thing in Germany that is The most striking, the only really '92." tip the stewards and-go as far
not fat; the other saw nothing, but striking, trait of the man was the as you like."
seemed leanly intent on an inner hand that held-or- rather clutchedthe "My year. "It's not money, Billy. I'm full of
panorama of remorse, revenge un- cigar. It was a notable hand a "Well, I'll be- it." He looked about cautiously, and,

requited hate or love, or some such hand of skill, of cunning, the handof "So will I." bending close, murmured: "I've got
acid emotion.His a craftsman perhaps-too muscu- "I ought to know you, then. Wait! ten thou. in my belt."

very behavior toward his ci- lar for a painter's; it might be a don't tell me!-you're-no!-yes!- "Ten thou., and worried? Lord, if

gar showed that. A musician would sculptor's, or a pianist's. Yet the you must be Jebb-old Dave Jebb. I ever saw that much at once, I
have said that the plump fellow fingernails were trimmed to the My name is-" wouldn't care whether school keptor

smoked in luxurious legato, the oth- quick, not gnawed, but carefully "Hold on! Give me a chance. Let not. What you afraid of? Bur-

er in a staccato agitato. He puffed ,trimmed. me see." glars? Pickpockets?"

ferociously for a while; yet a little And so after much puffing, much Jebb looked the plump one up and "Not a bit. I'm afraid of melittle -
later, his hand must be seeking an- secret scrutiny, and much unworthy down, also around, stared at the old David J. Me."
other match, and trembling as he curiosity, the fat man had decided flamboyant and commodious cos- "Afraid you'll give it away or tsfj c

ransacked his pockets. He scratchedthe tume. A broad grin cheered his throw it at a cat?" '
match with impatience and its lonely face. He chuckled. "Those ':r :'q' "SVrFC
"I'm as likely to as not, when
shaken illumination threw a little spirituelle outlines, them shy little
I'm-Lord but I'm
glad to see you,
calcium on a face of drawn intensity wasp-waist, those modest waistcoatcan
Billy. For the sake of old sake'asake
,'on such a gaunt and hunted'intensity belong only and always to Big I'm going to put my little handin
that the fat felt Bill Gaines Goliath used to call
man not en- we "
t % yours and let you lead me home.
tirely easy of his company in the you.
leather-padded cell. "That's right. David and Goliath, "What's the matter, old boy?"

Strange, how unlike Americansare here we are again!I" "Excuse me a minute, till I go

at home, and how like abroad. "Well, I'll beeven more so. see if the child is all right." t. ?' ,:. rIua'gft {
These two differed in every detailof "Me, too." "The child?" {

feature, costume, and behavior, "Well, well. This is great. Got But he was gone. He returned
yet the first glance either gave oth- to have a drink on this." a moment along the corridor, and

er told both that they were fellow- 1 "No, thanks," with a' curious des- began to talk as he took his place

countrymen. And their presence on iccation of tone. again:
the Nord-Express bound for Ostend "Ah "You see, it's like this."
come along, Dave. Got a :
implied that their destina- 1 : iii 7f :pQN
common flask of it in my suitcase. None of Gaines broke in:
tion Home.
your foreign smoke-choke-real old "One minute, Dave. Did you say
They seemed to be taking back Bourbon." "
something about a.chee-ild?
experiences as, different as their "
souls and bodies. "Please don't, Bill! "Yes, I left her for a moment to
There was an emphasis here that have a smoke. She's scraped acquaintance -
One was plump, in the most
generous miffed Gaines. He sputtered like a with another little girl in
stretch of the epithet and
complacent glowing stove under a spill of cold the same compartment, and I left
the pleasant thoughtsof water: her in charge of the parents. As I !))
a traveler full of agreeable remembrances -
"As I remember, Jebbsy, you started to.say-"
; yet glad to be return-
ing to still more delightful memo- '\y used to indulge a bit in the old days "But the child. You're married,

ries. The other was slim to the \ -hit it up pretty lively now and then? Isn't your wife with you?"
,verge of lankness, and some trage- then. "I have no wife.". Pattern 1959
dy was apparently at ferment within n "That's the trouble, Bill."
::1 "Do I condole or congratulate?
him. "Not turned Prohibish? You Are you sod or grass?" Lovely is as lovely does and

In America, at least in the less ., haven't gone and got religion and "Sod or grass what?" goodness knows this crocheted
effete regions they would probablyhave turned into a Demosthenes or Poly- medallion does things for any ,

drifted into comment on the What's the matter, old boy? phemus-or whoever it was that "Widower. room, even though. it's the very
weather or some such unimpertinenttopic. used to drink water?" Gaines' voice "Neither. I've'never married. ABC of crochet. Try it and see!
only that the lean man was an "
But being in Europe, wherea was full of tears and pleading. "You "Oh, excuse me! Pattern 1959 contains directionsfor
0 education mid-
American, of and of
general suspicion is the most con- haven't done that, have you, Dave?" "And don't go to thinking that ei- making medallion; illustra-

tagious of all habits of mind, they dling prosperity.And that was as far as he couldgo. "Nope. Not at all, not a single ther. The child isn't mine at"all., tions of it and of stitches; mate-

,mewed themselves up in them- The train had gone much far- damtall." I'm just taking" her to America. rialsrequired; photograph of me-

selves, and kept castle feudally, with ther, before a nervous shift of posi- "That's better. Just taking a little "Sort of wet 'nurse, eh? Go on, dallion.
moats full and portcullises down. the stranger, your story interests me. Send 15 cents in coins for this
tion disclosed on the waistcoat of jaunt on water-wagon, eh?
The rotund citizen, who had been his subject a little gleaming jewel. to the seat." You've got a strange child and a pattern to The Sewing Circle, Needlecraft -
the first to establish "Strapped of ten thou. I : 82 Ave.
himself in the The next glance revealed it a fra- ransom spotted you Dept., Eighth ,
"Too bad. It's powerful dry to for the minute I York N. Y.
smoking compartment of the corridor ternity pin. Was it-could it be- a professional saw New ,
car, observed the latter comer meet up like this after-Lord, how you, Dave. Are you one of those
it was I The stranger wore the em- "
with many years ago was it? ?"
surreptition, while seeming lovely kidnapers
blem of his own fraternity, the
to let his unfocused gaze follow his dread brotherhood whose little stone "Seems like 1492 when I entered "No, I'm a graverobberwhenI'm

own smoke. Noting the taut fea- meeting house at New Haven was college. We'll soon be doing the old- lucky. If you'll close your trap,

tures, and 'the eyebrows locked with known as the Catacombs.The est living alumnus stunt." I'll tell you. I'll begin at the begin OEPENDABIE '.!
two deep bars, he suspected the Gaines was rolypoly with good ning. When I left Yale I, took up NONE MORE
made bat-
stranger of contemplating man a long feeling. Again he pleaded: "
some surgery. NONE
tle with hesitance, the double hesi- Sf
crime or fleeing its consequence.On "Couldn't off the R
tance of infringing on the lean you drop sprin- "You always were a great cut-
impulse he picked up again man's trouble} and of incurring per- kler for just a little nip? You can up."
the copy of the Hamburgische Tage- haps a heavy responsibility by con- keep one foot on the step." "In due course I took my diplomaat mmsimmmmamConsenting

blatt he had been laboring over till fessing kinship with a casual stran- There was an unimaginable sad- the College of Physicians and
he had grown tired. His few worksof in Jebb's and voice went to Johns
ger laboring under some excite- ness eyes an Surgeons, Hopkins, to 111
conversation-book German had ment, perhaps some scandal that unbelievable longing in, his tone: then to Vienna University, and came All is distress and misery whenwe

given him an murder adumbration of some might defile with pitch whosoever "I'd like to, Billy, but if I did, back to New York, perspiring act against our nature and
desperate committed in touched him. But at last he yieldedto God only knows what would happen.You knowledge at every pore. Didn't consent to ill.-Sophocles.
Braunschweig. He had gleaned that the fraternal impulse. When see I'm a-oh, but I'm glad to have much practice, of course, at
the guilty wretch had escaped. This Greek meets Greek then comes the meet you, Billy, specially just at first, but got a lot to do in the hos-

might be he. tug. of heart. this moment. I'm in trouble, Billy, pitals, and made quite a hit with ,1J
As he went back over the column of "
some experiments own.
He cleared his throat with resolu- good and plenty.
even scant vocabulary showed
tion leaned forward and said *i looked little TO BE CONTINUED) TEA
him that whoever else the stranger : I thought you, a pale ( VESPER

might be, this man was not that
man. For the fugitive was every-

thing thaMhis man was not; the fugitive -

was described, among sev-
eral details which were Sanskrit to -_ : >,,'-'",.\ .<. '

the American, as fat, burly, and STARTS TODaY' :; :.-: f
Austrian with a duel scar that had Use Limitations
clipped the lobe off a left ear and One's limitations are also his

made a furrow across the cheek to A thrilling serial wherein East meets. ; opportunities.
the nostril. / -

With a sigh almost of disappointment West. 'It's the story of a man who :J.;; .:' .-' ..

the foiled Hawkshaw put the .

paper aside and resumed the studyof couldn't remember. and a strange ......,.-;.' /...,::,.....;::::'F 'w---: i s;< -
his vis-a-vis. He,took his invoice ', ". ,, J\. ..'.
through opportune clouds of smoke.In woman who brought him happiness.

the first place his man had the
forehead of intelligence ripened with

study. His jaw was neatly planed

and squared, yet his chin was weak.I
His lips were compressed till they :

were thin and pale, and his mouth MORE FOR YOUR M
was one in which weaknesses and I .
strengths were at war, as indeed 74 cb /lUte
they were throughout the man's cat- .Road_ the advertisements. 0

alogue of traits. \ They for are business.more than They a sellingaid forman .

The stranger's costume was almost I educational system which ..
over-emphatic in the matter of
modesty, in thorough contrast with By RUPERT HUGHES is making Americans the best1.11
his analyst's costume. The fat man educated buyers in the world. ....
wore a richly tinted ultra-cut, coat, The advertisements are part '"
of an economic system which
trousers baggy -yet sharply'creased, la Americans'more V
and revealing'a glimpse of shame- giving
for their &
lesspurple between trouser-cuffs money every day.

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: OUR COMIC SECTION., SUNDAY I Lesson I lost other my day job the .

By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. I re-cJly need my
Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof
I Chicago. 'v' t. . Released by Western Newspaper Union.) IF I I h t.d kept on

D I Events in the Lives of Little Men \ D Lesson for December 31 working might have, tkere.I gotten.

_- Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected in t rut.
and copyrighted by International .Rt1C(1I1I1
TfWTtAVEP Council of Religious Education; used by


r v LESSON' TEXT-Matthew 13:54 14:4;
/ _nf 15:29.31. '
GOLDEN TEXT-Ye are my friends. If
do whatsoever I command you.-John
; :: 'f J N ) / 15:14.ye WNU Service.

Inventory time has come, and it

1 O seems that our lesson for today, although
I it does come in the middleof

our study of the Gospel of Mat

... thew comes too to sort of a pauseto

I consider what has been the result
II oJi of that which Jesus had said

i and done thus far in our study.

I wtIJI The answer we"find is that He had BABY CHICKSORDER

both friends and foes, both love and
:: hatred. His foes apparently out YOUR CHICKS EARLY for
/f/fhr January and February delivery and we
numbered His friends, and the hatred will include 10 or more extra chicks per
was evidently fierce and, the 100. Write at once for detailed informa-
love none too warm. So Jesus was 1 Md., Pikesville P. O.
defeated? No, far from it. As we I

know He won the victory over His:
enemies. ,
The situation is not different to SALE OR LEASE
,I I and Well located Southern State Hotel showing
Those who follow Jesus
day. good returns and making money. Offered
I I J/ love Him truly are quite evidently at Bargain on Terms write
in the minority and all too often it 3229 Park Row Bldf.. New York. N. Y.
seems that hatred for the cause ol:

Christ has the upper hand. Are we

defeated? No, Jesus will ultimateywin Prosecutor Had Grounds

the victory again. We are or
the winning side.I. For Objection, It AppearsCounsel

: L Dishonored Because of Jealousy
(13:54-58). for the defense was

One would have supposed that the cross-examining the witness, a
unknowr lovely blonde with big blue eyes.
people of the little, almost
1 (WNU SERVICE) town of Nazareth would have beer "Where were you," he thun-

thrilled at the return of its native dered, "on Monday night!" .
The blonde smiled
son whose fame had also spread its sweetly.
I'LL GIVE HIM THE name abroad and whose name was "Out for a run in a car."
600- 000000 00 "And where bellowed -
were you.
PRIGHT OP HIS s on the lips of thousands because He counsel "on
went about doing good.
astonished, but they
They were "
"Out for a run in a car.
Pi were not ready to accept Him. They
Counsel leaned closer.
could not deny the fact either'of His "
"And what, he said, "are you
ly person or His power, but they could doing tomorrow night?"
and did permit their personal pride
counsel to
Prosecuting leaped
and jealousy to lead them to deny
his feet:
0 Him. "This story teaches us the unutterable "
i J folly refusing to accep "Your Honor, he protested" "I
object to that question.
fact because it is astonishing, yet
: "
I {) there are thousands of people standing "And why do you object? "
"Because I asked her first!
in that position today concerning

pj rF7frJrr l Lyi' Jesus Christ. It is utterly unscientific -

not to say irreligious. Here is
an astonishing thing. They say ftuid ,

!' ::-.. we cannot understand how this mar
: ::: :i':> :: :
rf.f. / :r riv.i4%::: c fYi J%rf'lil hath this wisdom. Has He the wis-

I dom? Why, yes, we cannot escapeit. orCOLDS35f
Then in the name of God and
II HEAVENS// common honesty obey the injunc per j
j tion and postpone the investigation"G. ,Mentholated "-CreosotedDrudgery

:I I: WAS AFRAID ( Campbell Morgan).

YOU 'WERE MY II. Hated Because of Sin (14:1-4).

I WIFE !' The pride of heart which causes Necessary

i many to hold themselves too good Drudgery is as necessary to call

I I'I f to follow the lowly Nazarene is sin. out the treasures of the mind as

There is also that which even the ,harrowing and planting those of

world recognizes as sin which sep the earth.-Margaret Fuller.

I, /9' arates men from Christ. D. L.

: Moody is said to have written on

I By the fly leaf of his Bible, "This book
: How To
, J. Millar Watt will keep you from sin, or sin will
''i t 1 '- keep you from this book." That is

I I true, and it is also true that sin
It. r, will keep a man from Christ.

Herod, living in sin, had been rebuked Bronchitis acute or chronic. Is an
by John and had silenced his Inflammatory condition of the mu-
WNUIi The Bell Syndicate,Inc.-1WNU Scrvico L rl/i iriPLEA5E accuser by the simple expedient of cous membranes lining the bronchial
imprisonment and ultimately by be- tubes. Creomulsion goes right to the
seat of the trouble to loosen germ
heading him. But one does not thus laden phlegmincrease secretion and
put away sin, and when this man aid nature to soothe and heal raw
Ii i heard of Jesus, he at once assumedthat tender, Inflamed bronchial mucousmembranes.Tellyourdruggist
, to sell
John had risen from the deadto
\ 5 you a bottle of Creomulsion with the
', G w,& plague him still. So Herod also understanding that you are to like
4L'-/UM LE7 ME. O YA tiVA ht rQr W E ATC took his place with the enemies of the way it quickly allays the cough

; SMELL 'E2 c+lgwKLE.-r 1 ( ouT, c MELLIN'IT' our Lord.If or you are to have your money bacfc.

.! ::.i \, 1 tM You I t4 ? a man shows his opposition to CREOMULSIONfor

X... : whether it be by indiffer-
.. Christ,
I ... : Chest Colds BronchitisLet
I I: ) .:"- JUST ence, or by jealousy, or in outright ,
A hatred, be sure there is sin in that
' ( .: ( man's life. Those who love right- Others Think
rL 1 / eousness love the righteous Lord.
; i Y Think wrongly if you please; but
;: T. III. Accepted Because of Serv-
: # in all cases think for yourself.
: ice (15:29-31).
ill "The Son of man came not to be
I 'I T I o ministered unto but to minister,"

pc even to the giving 'of "his life a

ransom for many" (Matt. 20:28): I
We have so overemphasized and GOODI 1
II misused the word service that one lioaisWNU ,

almost hesitates to speak it in con-
H t* nection with the name of the Lord somt ,

R Yet it does summarize His
earthly life and ministry. He served I
; the needy with His teaching and 8&gs?&
u ,, ) ) ? preaching, with His provision foriheir i krsedReai t

C.A M r "flow( MAH / daily needs, with His healing
L-ci J SMELLS touch, and we read that they won-

I WeA1 ONE. S IN dered. and glorified God (v. 31).

OU7, J uST 4 t gwKl.e7 As a means of encouraging men
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0f IIi' and women everywhere to follow
f I I 10 LI) Christ as they find Him in His Word,

,h the writer of these notes will send

P Q without charge a folder, "The Why II NEW IDEAS II
and How of Bible Reading," includ-
0/c ing a' Bible-reading calendar for
By the entire year. Use the name and ADVERTISEMENTS They are your brfog guih
: .C. M. Payne / address at the head'of this column today'NEWS bout the Coo a
ti 11 and if possible enclose a stamped the clothes you wear. AoA the place to
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Tree Congressman- Connie Clark Wins The C. E. .
Community ( I Society meets at 7:30on Is Your Subscription Paid?

Turkey At .AlleysA Monday. Dick Patterson is
(Continued From Page 1) (Continued From Page, 1) I president and the program leader

solos by Marilyn Davis and A. W. I he would continue the fight In Con- I will be Maxine Doty. Read The Ads
Dodge.; The program was arranged gress when it reconvened for the large crowd was on hand Sun- I

v by Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. G. E. Wentz- proper recognition of the rights of day afternoon at the A. and B. ) -------- -

loff, Mrs. C. R. Krueger and Mrs. the Everglades sugar producers and Bowling alleys when the drawingwas

H. G. McLeroy. The Christmas tree those of the entire continental area. held for a free Christmas tur-

was arranged by A. H. King and Congressman Peterson has long key. Connie Clark held the lucky FA 10U5 HOMES IN H15TORYr.

every child received a present from been a staunch ally of the Ever- number and carried home the fine,

the tree when Santa Claus made glades sugar industry and has done 22-pound gobbler.

his appearance.On some effective work in past ses- Tickets were given with each line
Sunday evening the Clewiston sions of Congress for recognition bowled for about two weeks priorto .
the date of drawing and several
of the industry. In the next sessionas
Community Church choir presentedthe hundred tickets were out.J. I
ever popular Christmas cantata, a member of a special committee ,. B. Alderman and Jack Beach, M 1.Ir
"The World's True Light" by Stultzto composed of six senators and owners of the alleys, stated this'
an appreciative audience. At the seventeen representatives appointedto week that they planned ,some kindof
Baptist Church the Christmas Eve draft new sugar legislation as tournament play soon after the
program was a Christmas sermon soon as the session begins he will first of the year. Various businessesof
by the pastor, Rev. H. G. McLeroy be in a position to do more for his- the community will be encour- h I/lm
with special music by the choir. Everglades constituents than ever aged to make up teams to represent o
Then at midnight the final com- I I before. them. "HOME SWEET HOME"I
with the ,
munity observance came One of the closest, games yet
Christmas Mass at St. Margaret's Sugar MarketingContinued played on the alleys was on Sunday QWN
Catholic church. This service always when Edward Von Mach bowled a This was the home of John YOUR
attracts a large crowd and this year his father, M. HOME
score of 202 to top ; Howard Payne, author of one
was no exception. The church was ( From Page One) E. Von Mach by one pin' 201, andE. of
beautifully decorated and the service or "benefit" payments. However, E. Kelly by six pins with 196. America's best loved songs
was most impressive. Special the, producers in the higher brackets .
High score cash prizes are being
musical numbers were given by the have found that they directly given away every two. weeks at the \ Let us help you achieve the securityand _
choir as well as the beautiful"Mass' :,or indirectly pay into processing alleys and the present period be- I -
of the Angels". Fr. L. J. i taxes much more than the amount gan last Sunday. Miss Roberta comfort a home of your own ,

Flynn, pastor of the church, preached returned in parity payments.The George with a score of 151 Is high
on the topic "Christmas! A Pa- United States Sugar Corpora- I for the ladies to the present time
gan Holiday or a Christian Festi- tion has for many years contendedthat and D. C. Settle, with 219 is high
val". Children participating in the it does not need benefit pay- for men. Settle with a score of 602 Clewiston Federal Savings
procession from the rectory to the ments to compete with foreign..areas- I In three consecutive games, is said _
church were Kermit Tarleton, Nick in the production of and asks
sugar I to be the first bowler on the Clew-
Schiffli, Edward Von Mach, Hervey only that the Administration allow iston alleys to have scored more and Loan Association
Bourne and Eleanor Von Mach. them to compete on an unrestricted I than 600 in three straight games.
As is customary on a two-day market. ,'"
The scores were 190, 193 and 219.
holiday many people were out of

town during the holiday but there Kiwanis- BAPTIST. CHURCHRev. .:.:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..........._.. _..:.......-....:..:..:..:......
were also many from out of town
here. H. G. McLeroy, Pastor
visiting friends and relatives

The occasional pop of a firecrackerwas (Continued From Page 1)
school -Sunday 9:45a. I
Sunday every
ina %
the only disturbing of officers for 1940 will be con-
of Christ- m. _B. E. Herring, Supt.
very quiet observance ducted by G. H. Martin, Fort Lau-
and no accidents were reported Morning worship at 11 a. m.
mas Day derdale attorney and Lieutenant- I
of any kind over the week- Governor for the Southeastern dis- sermon by pastor. ;j jy
end. Baptist Training Union, 6:15, CLEWISTON fiOLF s
trict.The :
officers to be installed are: Arch Hodges, Supt.
J. E. Beardsley, president; R. M. Evening. worship 7:30- sermon by
Bishop, vice-president; A. W. Law- pastor. I Iy
know COUrSE T
00 yoU rence, secretary-treasurer. The Sunbeams will meet Monday
Itu'cI afternoon at 3:30 at ,the church. : t :s,.
how ea4JJ Andrews And- The Junior G. A.'s will meet on y y h si.
to Monday afternoon at 3:30 at the \
be '{ .:.
home of Mrs. Arch Hodges. "
(Continued From Page 1)Moran 's' ,- .:..
or The Intermediate G. A.'s will 's' I ..
build vice-president of the corpo- Y hY
buy meet Monday same time with
ration stated that it might have .. '. -, \ :
refinance a been possible that the other senator Mrs. McLeroy.The .;i. 1, ::i. I
and congressmen might have wired cottage prayer meeting will
with directly to Mr. Bitting in New York. be held at 9 o'clock Tuesday morn-

home 1 ing at Mrs. E. M. Cornette's.The i i Open to the Public 1.11!j

(}u/I plan BEARDSLEYS ENTERTAIN,, regular teachers and officers
CHURCH CHOIR AT DINNER meeting will be held on Wednesday

evening at 7:30 with Mr. Dodge in _- ---J .f't' .
Mr. and Mrs. J. .Beardsley 'entertained charge. : -
: the members of the The mid-week prayer service will
WITH NO OBLIGATION Community Church choir with a follow this meeting on Wednesday. ..

dinner at their home south of Clew- I 's' !IIIa.......... .:.

Buying a home iston Thursday evening. Kent COMMUNITY Pendleton CHURCH, minister h hY

I of your own is I \ Those enjoying the affair were I I

the finest type Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith,-Mr. and I Bible School convenes at 9:45 a.. ; Moderate Gree-i Fees :=
of thriftClewiston Mrs. J. H. Doty, Rev. and Mrs. m. B. C. Flaniken is Superintendent. .

I' Kent Pendleton, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. 3: Exceptional Fairways :i=
Federal The worship period is at 11 a. m.
Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Robbins,
J Savings and LoanAssociation' Mrs. Blanche Turner, Miss Marion and Virgin the sermon Birth-Various theme will Attitudes be "The =:= Interesting Greens ii Ii Iiy :=

Leydig and Wesley Powell. Governing the Doctrine." J. E.

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