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: January 5, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Sugar Quota: Cut Announced For 1940RESTRAINING If

ORDER BANK OF CLEWISTON'i Miller To Sell c::30,000 Tons Lopped Off Market J'1

AGAINST DRAINAGE REPORTS BEST YEAR Auto Tags HereTo Shares Of Mainland Producers :

make It easier for Clewiston \

motorists to purchase tags during I Is Set According .
BOARD IS ISSUED SINCE ORGANIZATIONThe January, County. Tax Collector R. Clewistonites Attend Quota

N., Miller announces that he will
To Formula In Sugar'o
Orange Bowl Game ,
be in Clewiston on the afternoonsof
The board ,of commissioners ol First Bank of Clewiston h(\li I
January 5, 6, 9, 12, 16, 19, 23,
the Everglades Drainage Districtwas its annual stockholders meetinglast I Act Of 1937 .
26 and 30 at Alston's Drug Store.
served Wednesday with a restraining night. The same officers were Among those from Clewiston at-
The time limit for the purchaseof '
order issued by Federal elected with the addition of one tending the Orange Bowl game be- -
is due to expire Janu- 1
tags on
Judge A. V. Long ,of Pensacola officer, Miss, Frances, Morgan as fifteen tween Georgia Tech and Missouriin The Department of Agriculture !
ary 15 but there is usually a
which changes, perhaps to a radical assistant cashier, and the same Miami on New Years Day were: announced the latter part of last
extension of this time given to
day ,
extent, the administration of the board of directors was reappointed.A first Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mr. and week that producers and importers
and all of
1 the February
affairs of the district.I ten per cent dividend was de- Mrs. T. B. ,sheller, Mr. and Mrs.E. would be permitted to sell 6,725-
those who have not yet acquiredthe
E. Beardsley, Clewiston mem- clared and the business of the past new 1940 tags should take E. Kelly, Mr. and :Mrs. M. T. 100 short tons, raw value of sugarin

I ber of the board, leceived a copy year was so far ahead of any pre- advantage of this special service, Hood, :Mr. and :Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, the American market during

vious that the remaining :Mr. and :Mrs. G. M. Sears Mr. and 1940.
of the order today, but reserved, his year surplus 'inaugurated'for the first time since ,

I comments until he has had suf- is above any surplus of any the sale of the licenses has been Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, :Mr.. and Mrs. This compares with total 1939 ,

I ficicnt time to study and interprt't previous year since the organization handled by the tax collector.CONGRESSMEN H. A. Bestor, :Mr. and :Mrs. A. W. quotas of 6,755,386 tons under the

it. of the bank in 1922. Lawrence, Mr. and :Mrs. B. J. marketing control provisions of the

E. L. Stewart, cashier, stated t<.- Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. Foy Dur- sugar act. The latter quotas were

The order was first reported to day that the business done by the rance, Mr.: and Mrs.: D. G. Alston, suspended, however, by President f

I do away with the district board bank during the year is not sur- ASK I I Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, Mr. Roosevelt in September when prices
all of the including -
and place powers
prising considering the rapid growthof and Mrs. George Crow, Mr. and advanced sharply on the basis of
j certifi-
the disposition of tax
I Clewiston and ,he feels ,certain Mrs. Harry Vaughn and family, Dr. war speculation and heavy consumer
in the hands of the
rates, back t! SHARP INCREASEIN
that as the community continuesits and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle. buying. \
Trustees of the Internal Improvement -
rapid growth that the bank will The marketing quota was divided A
Miss Margaret Von Mach, Miss
Fund who controlled the

affairs of the district before the continue to grow with it. SUGAR QUOTASRepresentatives Martha Nell Alston, Mrs. K. Carter, among continental, offshore and
The bank officers are: C. V. foreign producing areas on the basisof
Miss Christine Bell, Miss Roberta
legislative act of 1931 set up the '
district board. I Parinson, president; J. .S. Cottrell, George, Miss Florine Moore, Miss a formula provided in the sugar

vice-president; E. L. Stewart, Marcia act. Largest shares went to Cuba
However it now appears that of the sugar pro- A van t, Miss Barbara Broad-

while the powers of the district cashier and Miss Frances Morgan ducing states of the nation lost foot, ,Nicky Schifrii, Bob and Dick and domestic beet-sugar producers.
I assistant cashier. The board of With consumer buying power expected is
Patterson Connie Clark Wilbur
board are curtailed the powers of no time after opening of Congress ,
directors is ,composed of Mr. Parkinson to be somewhat larger in
the Trustees are also curtailed and. in letting their demands for larger Goff, Parker Wilson, Kim Kolstad,
: Mr. Cottrell, Mr. Stewart, 1940, the total quotas might have
Bob and Billy Broadfoot, Geor'geBestor
all statutes concerned with the I quotas be heard as a house-senate -
R. .E. Kurtz of, Fort Myers and C. II been bigger except for the fact
Bob C. V.
district are wiped out with the ex=: committee Thursday heard requestsfor : Logan, ,

ception of the act of 1925. L. Downs. sharply increased sugar quotas M, E. Von Mach, Ed Von Mach, that large channels supplies after moved suspensionof into con-

Among other things at once apparent for the mainland producing areas. Glen Sears, Hudson Tillery, Charles sumption

in reading the paper the Kiwanis Club Has Congressman J. Hardin Peterson, Roberts and Capt. A. S. Rush. the 1939 quotas. Officials indicated =
felt that current
that they
board is restrained from extending a member of this committee was The group saw a splendid game

the time for redemption of delinquent Ladies Night And among the first to make such request with Tech playing Missouri off its stocks plus the quantity permitted'- t
under the new quotas would be am-
I'- .tax ,certificates, is restrained and said that he 'would insist!' feet to win by a score of 21-7.
ple to supply all ,needs and at the
from delivering to the Trustees of Installs OfficersThe upon a quota of at least 225,000'tons JI'
r "excessive"
same time prevent an
the ,I. I. Fund any certificates of for Florida, about four times Three Injured In advance in prices. I II

indebtedness and gives to the T. what is now being produced under I

I. I. F. the delinquent, certificatesbut Kiwanis Club enjoyed Lafl" the present quota.Representative Auto Wreck On I Quotas for the various producingareas
for 1940, compared with 1939,
apparently no jurisdiction for Night and held the annual installation -. Mouton of Louisi- I

: .>-: disposing of them. The ad valorem, of officers! on Wednesday night. nan said that his state would be LaBelle follow:
HighwayMrs. Domestic beet 1,559,695 and 1-
,:: taxes as set out in the act of 1921. at the Clewiston Inn. satisfied. .' with -'a -quota of, 600,000tons I ,

are the only money which will be Mrs. M. M. Premitt gave t-vo an increase of about a hun 566,719 short tons; mainland cano

'. permitted the district board for humorous readings which were dred thousand over present pro- J. C. Garrett and Miss ,area, 422,823 and 424,727; Puerto
Rico, 808026 and 806,642; Hawaii
greatly enjoyed by before'
salaries and and this everyone
expenses duction and representatives of tIll
Rosalie Garrett of :Moore Have
943,967 and 948,218; the Philip-
amount has not yet been determined. G. H. Martin of Fort Lauderdale, beet sugar states said that they
Lieutenant-Governor of Kiwanis for and Buford Surrency of LaBelle pines1,036,356 and 1,041,023; the
I would request acreage allotment increases -
-: 'Some fear is felt that H. C. the Southeastern district, installedthe amounting to about 100- received severe Injuries and miracul- Virgin islands, 8,972; and Cuba, 1-

Rorick new officers, J. E. Beardsley as 923,680 and 1,932,343, and foreign
-;,.', representing the holders of 000 acres. ously escaped death Saturday night
countries other than Cuba, 26,581
bonds of the district, who was instrumental president, R. M. Bishop as vice- It is presumed that these increased when the new Ford sedan in which

in securing this order president and A. W. Lawrence as if affected, will be taken and 26,701.
they were riding! overturned on The quota system probably ,-'\Vlllbe -
will next for order directingthe secretarytreasurer.After .
try an off the amount Cuba is allowed to
Trustees of. the I. I. Fund to Road 25 near Nigger Jim Hammock. supplemented by a. production
the installation Mr. Martin sell to this .country each yea:.

sell all certificates for what they I I gave an interesting and inspiring Under the present quota for 1940 Surrency who is employed control program for domestic pro-
Puerto Rico. Under
ducers and
', will bring and thus get all lands talk on "Aims of Kiwanis." He Cuba, will be allowed to sell 1.- by the U. S. Engineers, had driven

: into. new hands on a basis where said that last year he, served as 932,343 tons in this country. I the new car to :Moore Haven for certain such a conditions program, would growers be meeting eligiblefor

they will pay taxes. chairman of the district committeeon Other members of the Florida
the of "breaking it in"for benefit Those conditions
purpose payments. -
District taxes have been allowed
vocational guidance and realize delegation have promised support

'l to go delinquent by most land the tremendous Importance of this of any measures which may tendto the owner, Blftz Wegman, La- include non-employment of
land in accordance with agriculture
"' owners for many years until some work for both the privileged and substantially increase the quotasfor Belle Ford dealer who had planned

... .solution of the tax problem could the under-privileged children. He the state and Congressman to give it to his wife the following department conservation practices.
: be reached and for the past two that 'club needed In past years such payments' have
said Clewiston's Peterson lost no time in beginning day. In Moore Haven Surrency totaled about $38,000,000.

years efforts have been made by nothing except a larger member- his fight for increased quotas for picked up Mr. and Mrs. Garrett and
[ .i ,the board to refund the bonded (Continued on Page 8)) the growers in his district. Mr. ,Garrett's sister for a ride and .

1 ,',( indebtedness on the basis of fifty I when he started back to LaBelle Jerry Wilcox Gets

cents on the dollar or less withan '

RFC loan. All of these efforts that night the ladies accompaniedhim Top Bowling ScoreThe

i have been unavailing and recently Government Report Supports U. S. Sugar I Mr. Garrett following in his I

car :with Leon Snell to bringthem
I a committee of landowners was appointed -
I Claim To Being Most Efficient ProducerClarence home. Stopping for a few minutesat
:; at a meeting in West Palm cool, damp weather this
the LaMorton Club Mr. Garrett
;.t Beach .to work with the board toward I week was no deterrent to local
got ahead in his car and the new
some solution. bowlers and several nice scores
i ': I R. Bitting, president of short-comings, the Department of car had just passed him when the have been made o'n the local alleys.

., Agriculture's publicity clearly and accident occured. Mr. Garrett said
the United States Sugar Corporation Jerry Wilcox went into first place

Sugar Display In Sunday sharply criticized a forcefully supports our contention the car began to swerve as it for the week with a score of 236

\' I that, Florida is the most efficientand slithered the road
,' report issued Saturday by the Department passed, across which is also the highest score yt

Commerce Building of Agriculture which Indicated lowest cost producer supplyingthe and struck the handrail of a bowled on the alleys here. AttorneyJ.

sugar requirements of the wooden bridge, jumped the road
i t' that Florida's sugar M. Couse was close behind witha
producer received a higher: returnon American people. ditch and turned over 'several timesin also the ,
The United States Sugar Corporation / 228 which is scond high- -..
than producers "On one page of our newspapers, the field beyond. "
I' Is this week planning and Its investment est since the opening of the alleys.
pre- elsewhere.A we find Washington officials be- All three, occupants of the car
223 takeover
paring a display which is to Bill Martin rolled a to
official later moaning the fact that some 11 were imprisoned in the back seat
department for the week.
I V be erected in the lobby of the new third place
as million Americans are unemployed; when Mr. Garrett reached them and
Department of Commerce buildingIn named Mr. Bitting's company At the present time Miss Renee
Washington, D. C. the producer referred to in the on another page we read that a help soon arrived to assist him In Wethington with a score of 179

member of the cabinet is urging them and them
extricating sending
Mrs. Gratto'nGeorge
report. ladies with .
A number of typical scenes in is high for
E, the: plantations and at the i While rapping the department lower costs' so that the standardof back to Clewiston to the hospital.All in second place with 133.

house( sugar for failing "to fully disclose the living may be raised; elsewherewe suffered considerably from shock
will be
'- containing the various varieties cases of I basis used in making the comparison discover a high official of one J and it was some time before their RA1X

.Everglades cane, ," Mr. Bitting said that Is never- of the most important departments condition could be determined at
sugar raw ,
sugar urging the fallacy that our markets the hospital. All were getting along
theless and forcefully sup-
; molasses and bagasse will be "clearly .5.1 inches of rain was recorded
a arranged belong to foreigner, and still deeper nicely the middle of the week
that Floridais very
to form a most attractive displayan ports our contention here last night at ,the townsite
in the newspaper we find that with attending physicians reportingthat
is expected to attract considerable the most efficient and lowest observatory of the United States
cost producer supplying the sugar another department of the Federal there was no indication of with
'I. Interest.MILS Sugar Corporation an average
requirements of the American peo- Government has issued restrictionsand Internal injuries. Mrs. Garrett had rainfall of .56 inches throughout

limitations on the right of the a broken forearm and several cuts
Division. The heaviest
SIIULT BUILDING ple. the Western
Washington he American people to supply their about the face from broken glass;
\ BUNGALOW F.H 1i' The news from fall was at South Bay, .91 inches.
I that Flor- own needs of non-surplus necessitiesat :Miss Garrett had a broken collar- ,
said, also failed to state This is the third rain in a week

.' JD.. Ricks is building a new ida producers, while showing the low cost to the consumers. bone, one severe gash and several in Clewiston, for a'total of more ,-

!: return investment, "also "The facts herein recited are minor cuts and Surrency was discharged Disagreeable
...five-room bungalow on Ponce De highest on _than two inches.
such as to thoroughly to all from the
prove hospital Wednes-
Leon Avenue, just north of theJ. pay the highest wages. weather has followed in every instance -
Mr. Bitting's statement follows: unprejudiced persons that the re- day with a broken collarbone, n ,
w. Ezelle home, for Mrs. E. A, except after today's rain
institution of quota restrictions, fol- broken left and
arm one severe
RhiUt. Construction was started "Unfortunately the Washington but no frost has. been ':reported.,
I r. : aboiit three weeks ago and the dispatch failed to fully disclose the lowing closely upon the heels of the gash on the face.

I I' home is rapidly nearing completion.he basis used in making the comparison announcement of a co-operative en- The appearance of tne car which USED CAR LOT FENCEDThe

I terprise In the Everglades, was was brought to the Hendry County ,
house will be of novelty between Florida and other sugar -
not a mere "happenstance." While :Motors here indicates the close call Hendry County Motors Js*
si Such
'Tif W state that : rendering lip service to American which the party had for it was i preparing to build a fence around
piling set in concrete were item ,also failed '
used fa the to. institutions, American, enterprise, complete wreck. the used car lot just west of that
foundation. A one- ida producers, while showing \
has FIOr-j American agriculture and the The women are expected to be I place of business. New neon lights
car ga age already been
com- highest return on ,investment,
t pleted.] American: consumer, we find actions return to their home in Moore I are soon to be installed across the

f pay the highest wages. (Continued on Page 8) I I Haven this week ..._ i entire front for night display.


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f 4 Washington Gets Busy Again HOUSEHOLD QUESTIONSTo

.%n.,}K x,;_ And So Do Capital's i !Matrons

ADVENTURERS' CLUB {,, 4q.,. Y,. clean rubber sponges, put
hall an ounce of bicarbonate of
Y 'kr' '/ CONGRESS" opening bring Washington; officialdom into the spotlight soda in half a pint of water and
HEADLINES FROM THE LIVES k' fv V-" once more. Uneven guiding hand behind the success of/ many a :legis soak them all night in this solu

H ';. lator and diplomat is his wife who must in her average day be three tion.
OF PEOPLE LIKE YOURSELF! places at once: (1) scattering her husband's calling cards in high places .

-I or showing his constituents the capitol; (2) watching him in the gal When using soap dyes that come

." lery; (3) being his houseivife and inspiration at home. She must be in cake form put cake into'soap
H air- shaker and shake until dye is
Raising Honeymoon amazingly.well informed discreet Her
yet enough not to divulge secrets. color. It will not then be neces-
job is a tough one.
OW this is an adventurer's column, devoted to hairraisingtales sary to strain dye.

of danger and action. So just hold fast to your chairs *
while hear of Abner Rabbino's honeymoon.This cleaning "weapon"for'
you kitchen
r Y!.: oY:S:' :yr q a is rbj. /; r utensils is' found in a
must be the first honeymoon that ever deserved to be ,f r. good-sized bottle cork.. Moisten the

classed with the first ascent of Mt. Everest, Lindbergh's flight to bottom end, dip it in a powdered

Paris, Chris Columbus' expedition to America and other adventures cleaner and rub' the utensils.

of note. Most: people, when they get married, seem to think Any Child Will Love

that trying to pay the bills is enough of an adventure for anybody.But .. / IrY

Ab Rabbino is the sort of a guy who would find trouble in a .r J: 72y. p-r/u o- Yyj4p, +. :qn.i' pad r rY M2Y;... ry fyh r This Washable PonyBy
a /
million-dollar legacy. The old Jinx just rides .around on his

shoulder, and on rainy days it crawls inside his shirt to keep dry. RUTH WYETH SPEARS

Alongside of Ab, Jonah was good-luck charm. And when Ab y .. lr Y.. THIS pony may be made, of oil
p yi Y yi Yb. .r yq k or other waterproof fab-1
got married' and started out on his wedding trip, the Jinx began rico It is stuffed with cotton or

showing off to impress the bride. bits of soft cloth, and is a fascinat-;

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v y f tq .f .llr. /
Ab' lives in Brooklyn, N. Y. He met a girl in 1931, and ing toy for a 'gift or to sell at';

married her on September 16, 1933. They sailed the next dayon bazaars.

the liner Virginia, bound for California, on a six-week tour that a Rule paper into 1-inch squares; '
number them then
travel agency had mapped out for them,. and a few days later they were ; draw pattern!
outlines as shown. The
in the Caribbean
, sea.
for the body is shown at A; the'
It was a cool, breezy night, with a brisk wind blowing. Ab's
bride was sitting on deck, enjoying the salt spray that dashed I I Texas' Gov. W. Lee O'Daniel, introducing Mrs. John Nance Garner, shown I aa 1 F BLUE AND
against her face. Ab didn't like the spray. He stepped into the I Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, with her famous husband, has been 1 ; WHITE BLUE WITH TAIL

lounge and was about to settle himself into a comfortable chair said of her, husband: "Any good his wife and secretary 40 years. She I4 '.! .'::::
when-BAM!something hit the ship and sent it over at a 32- things he may have done are says of his many visitors: "The s '} .:... ANO

degree angle. A hurricane!. due to her, and any mistakes problem is to handle them so that, 6 I ,
9 ,+,
are due to his not taking the mat even though Mr.. Garner can't see i o *\. :,
Shrieks Fill Air as Lights Go Out. yY qrt '.;Iu
ter up with his wife." Mrs. Roose them, they'll go away knowing he 12
f. Passengers pianos furniture-all were catapulted to one side of the velt's answer was quite truthful: "A would have been glad to see themif
;: lounge. Lights went out, and shrieks filled the room. Ab picked himself President's wife doesn't see her hus- he could, and to be of service to 1' s

. up from a mixture of chairs, desks, potted palms, and squirmingpeople band often enough to tell him what them." Mrs. Garner knows her hus- MANE r bA6
i. and ran to the deck where he had left his wife. She wasn't to do." band dislikes formality.Mrs. .
r'- there! Nor was there any other living thing on that storm-swept deck.It ( ,1 8 9 oto
was impossible to stand-much less walk-on the spot where he had 0
1 last seen her. 4 j.a MAHE ayy1.6.7 _...
r- Ab was frantic. He hoped his wife of a few days was still .L ,w:Y A a iY .,iit APATTERNa t pAw CDGEs
f." alive-but at the same time he was forced to doubt it. Water / ''
L in The next mane at B; tail' C; ears D. The
the veritable
began to pour through ship a Niagara. y' lYlaa Y'r
thing he knew he was down in the doorway, fighting for his own ,;ir. pr r.rrifrr 0 ,feq strip E joins the two sides of the
f': + body. The openings arc for mane
'' fG Yy I and tail. The projections show
f;: k .S ,y ay I'r where ears are sewed. Cut two

Co' ". r/ / pieces for each .ear, and the tail;
3'm sew together padding slightly.
Strip F is, for bottoms of feet;

i, r Sc 6 and under part of body and legs.
., C .. .
,, ai"ywrb r..kY ?
t raw edges are sewn together -
/ t! 2"' 'Y 4R on the right side as at the lower
\ 1
r 1 right with heavy thread to match
: .
. r V 1 'i 5r ,. a f C .r ..,.:. '., .J.:o f. y/ .M?. gin. tail and mane.
,. 0 ..ia cy ovaYbEa < ,>y .
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rd 2 teq ,( I
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;.:,. J ; NOTE: Mrs. Spears' 32-page
:;c f., Sewing Book ,No.4. contains di-

;i .- j 4 \ Mrs. William E. Borah, wife of Ida- Edward R. Burke of Nebraskahas rections for making dolls; gift
t;;::. ho's famed senator, knows her husband done much to boost her hus items for all ages; and novelties

. :;. takes his pleasures sadly: band's popularity in the senate. Phe that have sold unusually well at

;' "When an invitation comes to a nomenally, she can manage a morn bazaars. She will mail copy upon

',., Passengers, pianos, furniture-all were catapulted to one side of lovely dinner, I just sit down and ing committee meeting, preside overa receipt of name, address and 10 I
r F.- the lounge. say, 'Mr. and Mrs. Borah regret.' large luncheon, sight-see with vis cents in coin.
.- But if the invitation is to a lovely itors until 4 p. m., and serve a buf Write Mrs. Spears, Drawer 10,
life-bracing his feet against the door ,posts to keep from being luncheon, I write, 'I\Irs. Borah ac fet supper for 25, prepared with her Bedford Hills, New York.
washed away. Then, suddenly the lights went on, and Ab saw cepts with much pleasure.: She own hands. She's .president of. the .
I' his wife, wedged in another doorway, held by two ships officers. carries the family's social burden. I It' Congressional club. a
: They had taken her inside just a moment before the storm struck! .

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?:" <4>; ;;>illo."oill: >;z-w// :; "" } ;; <<'if.thW.M 1&" 4ip;:>sa<- ;>1.::?:} pY.i N"">>>?>;;: "F :1;' ::>*>;:}:>"!1'd': ? r
That was only the beginning of it. I could tell you more about that

:.;.;..' hurricane but this yarn isn't about a storm. It's about a honeymoon. c ;, is Amazing Relief of
!. Ab says they'd seen the picture "Cavalcade" a few weeks before and Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels
they felt like the two lovers on the Titanic must have felt when the ''v )fn"'l nuuJ If you think all laxatives
5r I/ ., _.f.l (ffJ act alike just try this
ship struck an iceberg. Before it was over, one man was killed, one ra'f E Yh, r' n-invT'lIn.I "*-''' all vegetablo laxative
sailor lost an arm, and 186; others were injured. But in the end they : \r' 1 s So mild thorough refreshing Invigorating. Dependable
r y4 relief from sick headaches bilious spells
-.:' ', got through it-the same storm which, two days later, destroyed the a \, tired feeling when associated with constipation.
city of Tampico, Mexico. ;,f R 5 j, yf'yf r a. Without Risk get druggist.a 25c box Make of the NR test from-your then
/ If not delighted return the box to us. We will .
Earthquake Aids Exciting Honeymoon. ,q ry 6 refund the, purchase ;
4,. ) si'ay' .. '' n jn' .:i price. That' fair xil 1 a
r Finally the ship reached Los Angeles. Ab and his wife were going I 4J an { { dN X C Get NR Tablets today. \ It 4 '. '.. I'

to stay there .a week and they settled down to a quiet time. Thank
the Lord they- didn't have hurricanes on the West coast. They found a .r
hotel, went out to see the sights, spent a glorious day and retired about Word of PraiseDon't

midnight happily exhausted from the strenuous time they'd had. They .'' r withhold the word of
'|were asleep for about one hour, when Ab felt himself being tossed Y ,': Y. ., : : :, praise, it may spur someone on-

.-.; jbodily from the bed. He landed heavily on the floor, scrambled to his just at the moment when they
'feet, and switched on the light. The chandelier was swinging to and think everything has gone from
i:; fro like a pendulum. An earthquake! Mrs. James A. Farley, another cab A public official's wife must be able them.
; inet wife seldom her husband to look interested at time and
sees any
' Ab looked at his wife. She was still in bed-sound asleep.
these days. Of her job she says: any place. Mrs. Cordell Hull, above,
r How she could sleep through 'hat quake is still a mystery to Ab.
" ';";. "It has meant that I have .learned can sit for hours at a stretch in a
: ;' He shook her-told her to get up and get dressed-that they were
to be in two places at once-Wash- stiff back chair listening to speeches. STEADY
ij. in an earthquake. She repliej, sleepily, that she hadn't been so RELIABLE MAN WANTED
S h tired in months, and she didn't care what they were in. ington and NcwYnrk-almost at the Mrs. Hazel Vandenberg, wife of the WO R I{ to wI on farmers In ncazbylocality.NoexpcricnceorcapItal
same time. It has meant conform- Michigan senator, is similarly en- :
t. Ab called the operator and asked her what to expect. She told him a Tequlre l. E'lcD.lant work. Home I-
ing to official formality every night. Make up to $12 .aday.
.. the quake was pretty bad and he could expect three more shocks. So GOO D lion.. jvonderful Yorticulara new free. rPAY

:Ab sat up all night in terror while the earth heaved and rumbled. __ W# ,... dowed.'K. Q W ".. _".. ____. McNess Co.. Dept.F. Freeport;III.
;Finally, about six a. m. the world gave a final weak convulsion and a. r .
'it all {,p{
was over. I

Ab had planned a week's stay at Colorado Springs, and as they left I!
' Los Angeles a week later, he remarked that he wouldn't be at all surprised In Place, of Gold
(' if the Colorado river overflowed. Well it could have, at that- 4 Jv .). j: p ';r ro;$' 11C'r R, ,,4''tf To store our memories with a
''but it wasn't exactly what happened. q j sense of injury is to fill that chest
1 r. k.t i 9AC with rusty iron which was meant
Travel Agency, Lets Ab Down With Thud. ati for refined gold.-W. Seeker. r

Ab and his bride. found Colorado Springs about as pleasant a r C l JIm@ ;'-'
s place as they'd ever seen in their lives. Pike's peak reared ra : r y 'r \ \ r {; K ,

: its huge bulk high above them. The hotel was comfortable. ,r .. f.
,, The golf course was good. The sun shone all .the time. They \w S 'k
i passed a delightful week. Ab, with his supply of money running Jp ,.lCr v ,, \ .4 i
r" --..-__ low, and just enough to pay his way back to New York was W tr /
-- ready to go home. He began to think he had shaken the Jinx >"' 1 o' 0
?a : .
at last, when at the end of their stay, he stopped at the cashier's .t : N t, ; ;_ .
:' window to pay his bill. He didn't need .money for that. The s t, e' ,
travel agency had given him vouchers that would take care of Z sY :: ;.
, all hotel bills. He got out the proper voucher and handed it to 1 P?( 4 ; '" I
the cashier. The man took it and told him to wait a minute as ;? ry : ,
he had something to check over. A few minutes later the fellow Etiln E
was back again. J
Whether you're'planning a arty
"I'm sorry," he said putting Ab's voucher back on the counter. Washington has its beauties. Aboveis Another beauty is Mrs. Harry Wood- or remodeling! a room you shbuld'

:7 "I can't accept this. You see the agency went bankrupt? yesterday." 1Irs.1llillard Tydings, wife of the ring,' wife of the secretary of war.. /ollowtbeadverfisenuntstol what's new...and cheaper.. .f,J J''
No-the Colorado river didn't overflow. But Ab would have been a Maryland senator, whose charms Her greatest gift to her husband's better. And the placebo tyKiff ut )
lot less embarrassed if it had. "And I," he says, "am the guy who helped win many a vote in 1936 career is just being sweet and prct- about new things Its is right col here in t
this arc
'was told by his elders that marriage was the beginning of a quiet, when the senator faced the so-called ,ty. That really means quite a bit tilled newspaper.with important mDS\essages
settled type of life!" "purge" issue. yon know. which you should read r 'gularly.
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'; Grammar, in Rhyme UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL but Six Months Say? ,

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WE'LL begin with a box, SUNDAY "Baby," he softly murmured,

,5, the plural! is boxes, Lesson taking her hand in his, "can you "f\
But the plural of ox should be 'ever begin to understand how, s.
:: oxen, not oxes. By HAROLD L. LUNDQU1ST. D. D. much I love you,"
Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof
f Then one fowl is a goose, but Chlcaco. Coyly she looked away as he
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<;i l two are called geese, went on.

. i The plural of moose should never "You've$: got the most wonderful -

.:' j. be meese. Lesson for. January 7 eyes I've ever seen. Your
hair is so silky and fine. Your
I You might find a lone mouse or I
j i a whole lot of mice, little nose turns up in the most \
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected adorable '''way." He bent and
I But the plural of house is and copyrighted by International
I, T6 y ka: Council of Religious Education: used by kissed her ears. "Ah, and those
houses hice.
not permission. little pink shells," he said. "Were

", We speak of a brother, and also \ I but a gifted artist, I'd record
your exquisite beauty on canvas. :
, l' .But though we say mother, we FAITH No wonder your father swears ;

)l t : never say methren. he'll keep you as long as he can. -,- .-. -- '

I '.' -Montreal Herald. LESSON GOLDEN TEXT-Matthew TEXT-Thou art 161324.the Christ the To all of which the little darling ,
i Son of the living God.Matthew"16:16.The "
replied, "Goo-goo!
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MSWKtiti'i7Yf2920t rt b T"MM' n .s 'YN period of Christ's earthly work

. Tot Will Be Happy was drawing to a close He went with Pedigree Pup
I MAKE MORE JAMS, JELLIES AND MARMALADESSee the disciples north into the great

For Crocheted Set' ( Recipes Below) heathen center, Caesarea Philippi. The hot-dog is a pedigree pup.

Here He asked them life's greatest On 'the sausage side he can trace

I question, "What think 'ye of the his ancestry back 5,000 years, saysa

Christ?" and Peter, blessed of God researcher-sausages were pop
I tlousehold News with true utterance, became the instrument ular in China in the days of Con-

!..."..., ',. for that confession of fucius, and also in ancient Baby-

i : Christ upon which He could found lon.But
His Church. Then there came from it was only in 1883 that a

t His blessed lips the prophecy of His St. Louis sausage peddler named

i .J i lW tJ tIS ,death and resurrection which would Feuchtwanger combined sausage
; make it possible for all who believeto and roll. Before, he'd handed his
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; become the sons of God and mem- customers gloves to hold the hot

;' ; bers of that Church.I. sausages-and the gloves disap-

.:'._.,.. The Question-Who is the Son peared too often, which cost

of Man? (vv. 13-17). money. "
, The question of Christ was generalat So he gave 'em rolls in order to

Bread 'nd Jam Add enough more flour to make a first, and in the answer we find keep his "dough."

jL,_, bA soft dough. Turn out on lightly that ,the peope of our Lord's own
floured board end knead until sat- day had a very high opinion of
. Hot bread with jam or jelly is a iny. Place in greased bowl, cover Him. He had made a striking impression -
special treat at any time.. But what on His own as indeedHe
and let rise until double in bulk age CLOTHESPIN
J going to do when last summer's -
are you (about 2 hours). When light, punch has on every age of history.
] supply of jellies and marmalades down and shape into rolls. Let rise Observe carefully that such a con- NOSE
:' runs low and youngsters clamor fession of Christ is not sufficient.It : '
until double in ,bulk (% to % hour). i
. for "bread 'nd jam" for a mid-
4j: Bake in moderate oven (375 degrees is not enough to acknowledgeHim
afternoon lunch? Make more jams Got a cold? Get twoway relief
) about 20 minutes. Frost with as the great teacher, the per- with Ludcn'sl A Luden's on ;
&r and jellies, of course, from materialsat confectioners' sugar icing. fect example, or the wayshower.To your tongue helps soothe throat s
'1" hand right now! deny His divinity, to take from -then,as it melts,releases cool i wgw'
Citrus fruits dried fruits and Petticoat Tails. menthol vapor. Your breath
Him His place as Son of the living
carries this to clogged nasal
canned fruits, too, combine makea Cream 1 cup butter, add % cup God is to make of Him an impostorand passages, helps open your
delicious variety of mid-winter sugar slowly and beat well. Sift to. a fraud. "clothespin nose!"

:,:. marmalades. Even the lowly carrot gether 3% cups The personal question which follows -

!! 'I appears and contributes flavor and general purpose a "Whom say ye that I am?" LUDEN'S 50 )
color to an unusual conserve. And flour and 1 tea- { e is the supremely important' question
j Menthol Y'
, I',: don't forget, while the season is ,at spoon salt and from which no man can escape. Cough Drops ry ),
r '. its height--to make Cranberry Con- knead into butter Neutrality is impossible. Whateverwe

serve, flavorsome and gorgeously mixture. When do or fail to do declares our

' : colored and good! smooth dough is position. "What think ye of Christ?" Renewing FriendshipThe

j Of course you'll want feather-light, formed, divide is the touchstone which determines friendship I have conceived \
rolls and buns with whichto dough in half and will not be absence
buttery ; character, condition and destiny. impaired by ; :
r : serve your new supply of tasty pat each portion Peter by the grace of God had but it may be no unpleasing cir- '
into .
'. Pattern 2321 jams and jellies. You'll find a storeof a cake round come to the place where he recog- cumstance to brighten the chain
tested recipes for hot breads In layer pan nized the one with whom he was by a renewal of the covenant.
t i.:',,:, THIS crocheted set of hood with my booklet, "Better Baking"recipes (greased). Flute edges with dull having blessed fellowship in serviceas ;
, .. edge of knife and prick top of dough
and muff delights every for flaky biscuits that melt in the Messiah, the Anointed One, '..

!,. little girl. It's in loop stitch, except your mouth for golden-brown, with(350 'fork. Bake about in moderate 25 minutes oven the Son of the living God.II. [K: M 'A-JNlJSr
I the scarf which is mainly in crusty muffins, and a wide variety I in The Church-Its True Founda-
single crochet. Pattern 2321 of sweet rolls-the things like Break pieces to serve
',' con- you tion (vv. 18-20)). ii
; tains directions for making the set to serve for Sunday morning break- Marmalade Rolls. Christ, the Son of the living God, for- f '
; in 5 to 12-year sizes; illustrations fast and for afternoon tea. When preparing yeast dough foi is the rock upon which the Churchis i ii'

:: ; of it and stitches; materials re A few such recipes appear below, light rolls, take a portion of the built.: The confession by Peterof '' PERFORMANCE t!

I quired. with directions for making midwinter dough and roll it to winch thick- this fact is in response to the .

y' I' Send 15 cents in coins for this marmalades, too. ness, then spread lightly with melted question of Christ, "Whom say ye e CONDITION
butter and marmalade. Roll
.. i ,_ pattern to The Sewing Circle, Needlecraft Cranberry Conserve. orange that I am?" and hence clearly relates '1
' and cut in half-inch slices. Place T
- {I Dept., 82 Eighth Ave., 1 pound cranberries slices in well-geased tea-size muf to Christ, not to Peter, or to wrm a TpN1G Me"4 3 HEALTH ;1
;. New York, N. Y. 1 cup cold water anything in Peter's personality. He u srocx !
fin tins. Allow to rise and bake for
Please write your name, ad- 2 cups sugar 15 minutes in 400-degree oven. was indeed blessed in his confes- \ I
dress and pattern number plainly. Vz cup raisins, seedless sion of Christ, but it is Christ who is
j 1 orange, seeded and put through Mid-Winter Conserve. tho rock upon which the powerfuland Drop :Blackman' Llek-A-BrtcIc: : In Ute :,
feed trough. Stock do the rest. No
food chopper with skin Wash 1 pound of dried apricots glorious Church is founded.It drenching. No dosing. Animals k,
Pull the % cup broken walnut meats in hot water. Drain and run through follows without possibility of denial koep in healthy working condition i
1 Trigger on Pick r over cranberries carefullyand food chopper. that only that organization which way. '
wash. Place in saucepan and Cover with juice truly represents Jesus as the Christ, SOLD by loading Southern Dealers I ,:;
- Constipation, and cook until cranberries start to pop. l of 2 oranges and the Son of the living God, has any Om PRICE - 25c !:
5 S Add raisins and orange, and simmer ( )J :::: 2 lemons Let right to call itself a church. Count- If thero is no Dealer near you,write i ,
; Pepsin-ize Acid Stomach Too slowly for five minutes. Add sugar stand over night; less are the groups calling them- direct to -
IS'. When constipation brings on acid indigestion and cook to jelly stage. Remove I i next day add 1 selves churches which are nothingbut 23 C St. Chattanooga, Tenn.tL .
bloating dizzy spells gas coated from fire, add broken nut meats, ; cup shredded social or intellectual clubs with
I tongue, sour taste and bad breath I iCcK/ff>CBCIt I CK
stomach is probably loaded with cer- and pack immediately in hot steri- canned pineapple. :possibly a_ slightly religious flavor, ,
tain undigested food and your up bowels don't lized jelly glasses. Seal. To each cup of fruit add % for they deny the deity of Christ.
',:, move. So you need both Pepsin to help English Muffins. cup sugar. Simmer slowly 1 hour or Why are they not honest enough to
.No'" break up fast that rich undigested food in (Makes 12 muffins) until mixture thickens. Stir free take their proper names and their
your stomach and Laxative Senna to pull
the trigger on those lazy bowels. So be. lfz cup scalded milk quently. ,Seal in hot jars. rightful places in the community? I,
sure your laxative also contains Pepsin. 1 cup water Scotch Marmalade. Is it because they wish to have the
Take Dr. Caldwell's Laxative,because its 1 teaspoon salt 6 cups carrots (sliced) financial support of God's people J
Syrup Pepsin helps gain that
you won- 3 lemons
'; derful stomach-relief, while the Laxative 1 teaspoon sugar and bear the good name of the
Senna moves your bowels.Tests prove the 1 yeast cake dissolved in 2 oranges Church?
power of Pepsin to dissolve those lumps of 1 tablespoon lukewarm water 6 cups sugar III. The Cross-for Christ and Ali k =" = k This magnificent
'.;. undigested protein food which may linger Put carrots whole lemons and for Me hotel offers you one
,: in your stomach,to cause belching,gastric 4 cups general purpose flour (vv. 21-24))
" : i acidity'and nausea. This is how pepsin- 3 tablespoons shorteningHeat whole oranges through the food The shadow of the cross falls p t s of the 700 most

A\\! izing your stomach helps relieve it of such milk to lukewarm. Add chopper. Add sugar and cook slowly across the little gathering of disci- I 1311. comfortable beds in
f '. distress. At the same time this medicine wa- for about 1 hour. Stir frequently.The .-t .L -
the Lord tells them of His tooth-
ples as Maryland
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ter, salt dissolved and
6' i wakes up lazy nerves and muscles in your: sugar, yeast,
mixture should be
thick and
..It bowels to relieve your constipation.So see 2 cups flour. Beat impending death on the cross. Note some Maryland
';' ,...:' how much better you feel by taking the well. Let rise un- clear. Pour into sterilized containers that He rightly coupled with the delicacies in either
_S;:,J'' i laxative that also puts Pepsin to work on til doubled in bulk and seal. To vary the flavor, fact of His death the truth of the of the fine restau-
that stomach discomfort too. Even finii
icky children love to taste this pleasant- (about 1 hour.) add a little cinnamon, cloves or gin- resurrection, which gives it true rants; and your .-

,, .;; j family laxative. Buy Dr. Caldwell's Laxative Add shortening r ger tied in a spice bag. meaning and which carries us be- "favorite" ... mixedin

" ;ii 11 druggist-Senna today with Syrup Pepsin at your (softened) and yond the darkness,of Calvary to the the Marylandmanner
I and of Easter
remaining flour. light beauty morning.
Frozen foods and
.-, 1 are new are in of
Peter who had moment before any
Beat and knead available a
in wide
'- 1 variety at
',.. To Please well. Let rise season of the year. Next week any spoken for God, now becomes the the bars or the luxurious

Do as you would be done by is again until doubled in bulk (about Eleanor Howe will tell you some- mouthpiece of the devil. From con- Cocktail

;, S the surest method that I know of 50 minutes). Roll about .V4-inch thick thing about this newest contribu- fessing his Lord, Peter turned to it; Lounge. $3 to $6

: pleasing.-Lord Chesterfield. and cut with a round cutter. Let tion to "Good Eating"quickfrozen tempting Him to avoid the cross. single
rise 1 hour or until very light. Place foods. She'll give you di- That he "meant well" does not ex- .

muffins on heated griddle, (4 at one rections for using these quick- cuse Peter's folly, nor does it ex- LORD BALTIMOREBALTIMORE

ir time) and fry for approximately 15 frozen fruits and vegetables, fish cuse the blundering though well-

to 20 minutes, turning frequently. and poultry, with some of her meaning misdirections which many I
Raisin Buns. own favorite recipes as well. are giving to the souls of men in

(Makes 4 dozen) :our day. Had Jesus yielded to the "-
2 cakes solicitation of the Evil One through MARYLAND- "
compressed yeast --
'., cd"CPCoso& JA; cup lukewarm water Have You Sent for Your Copy of Peter, there would never have been
.5 5 0:1: cup milk 'Better Baking'? any redemption ,from sin wroughtout
35 Pnottl on Calvary's cross. I
'-7% cup butter Biscuits and buns that literally
5 'teacup sugar melt in your mouth, cookies and But we observe in verse 24 that
.'1-teaspoon salt cakes that are unusual and good, there is a cross for the Christianas SHOPPING eThe best placeto
( =On/yi/ well as for Christ. Obviouslywe dart your shop-
2 eggs (beaten) and pies and puddings to tempt even
ping tour is in
5:cups;sifted flour (about) the fussiest eater! You'll find reci- can never bear His cross, He Tourr ; favoriteeasy-

, gooD MERCHANDISE 1'. CUP.seedless. raisins pes for all these in Eleanor Howe's alone could do that, but we are to your chairwith: an open

,.....(1 Soften yeast in, lukewarm water.I practical booklet, "Better Baking." take up our own cross and deny newspaper..

',:,'f'. Can Be CONSISTENTLY Advertised ,Scald milk/;..Add ,butter, sugar and Send 10 cents in coin to "Better ourselves and follow Him. Self on Make a habit of reading the advertisements *
j.. salt. Cool to-Jubewarm. Add flourto Baking," care of Eleanor Howe, 919 the cross-Christ on the throne- in this paper every week. Theycan
f BUY ADVERTISED GOODS O make a thick batter. Add yeast North Michigan Avenue, Chicago,'I such is the secret of real disciple- I save you" time, energy and money.

and eggs!: ,Beat well., Add raisins. I Illinois, and .get your, copy. Howl, I.", ship.. : ;-', ,

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s The Clewiston News the games were over, and openedthe the welfare of mankind the world watched the old year go out and TTTTi .
envelope. Most of the scores the new one come In. know
I i were close to the correct ones' but over.Many other scientists lUke Steen-' KENT PENDLETON, 00 You
f Published every Friday in Clewiston. in every case the writer picked bock have refused to capitalize on Minister. It--
Inc.Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, the wrong winner. That just goes their 'disco'Verles'and plod throughlife how ate'"" *8Bowling'

to show that one persons guess is in modest circumstances, con- BAPTIST CHURCH ovd be to

as good as another's. For although tent with the reward that floods Rev. H. G. McLeroy, Pastor .
DOWDEN, Editor \Carr Settle predicted three out of with happiness and Joy the heartsof build or

four winners correctly, we main- only those who hate learned the Sunday school every Sunday 9:45 buy,
Entered as second class mail matter tain hid good guessing was due en- secret of "Service Above Self." a. m. B. E. Herring, Supt. a
February 1,
1927 at the
Post Office In refinance
:: Clewiston Florida under the Act of tirely to luck. While men may cower and "heil" Morning worship at 11 a. m.
i March 3. 1807.I' I So-may Good Luck be with you I Hitler, countless millions yet unborn sermon by pastor. trrth '

in 1940! will live to bless tho name Baptist 'Training Union 6:15, Home : .

Subscription Rate $2.00 Per Yenr. I of Steenbock.ST. Arch Hodges, Supt. plan ,

;7"J Advertising Rates On Appllestlon.LI : .:.:..;..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. ;.:..:..:..:. I MARGARET'S CATHOLIC' pastor.Evening ,worship 7:30 sermon by (JuIz .

CHURCH The Sunbeams will meet Monday
Deyoted to the advancement and welfare Too Late To ClassifyBy He,'. Lawrence J. Flynn, Pastor afternoon at 3:30 at the church. FULL DETAILS GIVEN... '
or Clowistcn_ and Hendry
County. '
The Junior G. A.'s will meet on WITH NO OBLIGATION
RUSSELL KAY I I Mass each Sunday morning at Monday afternoon at 3:30 at the
18 o'clock, excepting the last SUn- ,
Christmas vacation ends Monday .:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..::.:..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..: day of the month when the time is home of Mrs. Arch Hodges. ,r, r
,The Intermediate G. A.'s will Buying a home
'f for the Clewiston school and faculty .,
r- members. 10:30.' j.j meet on Monday same time with I of your own is I ,
In a seemingly mad world where Confessions are heard every: Sat- Mrs. McLeroy.The the finest
crazed men, drunk with the lust urday evening from 7c30' until 8:30 cottage prayer meeting will type _

One exchange notes that 1940is for power, curse God, setting and before all the Masses. be held at 9 o'clock Tuesday morn- ofthriitClewiston
starting out'' with a couple of I themselves up as Dictators to crush Weekday Mass every mqrning at ing at Mrs. E. M. Cornette's.The .
headaches-the New Year hang- helpless fellow-beings beneath an 8:00 o'clock. regular teachers and officers Federal

over and the opening of Congress.Can iron heel Devotions In honor of Our Ladyof meeting will be held on Wednesday '

In a world where MIGHT takes I Perpetual Help are conducted evening at 7:30 with Mr. Dodge in Savings and LoanAssociation .
it be that Florida weatheris supersedure over RIGHT and false Friday evenings at 8 o'clock fol- charge.

changing? A couple of. nice doctrines of GREED and HATE ares lowed, by Benediction of the Most The mid-week prayer service will

rains have fallen in the past two t before whole nations as desired Blessed Sacrament. follow this meeting on Wednesday. .
weeks without a trace' of frost fol virtues Religious Instruction Class for "

lowing. In a world where crime and cur- children Saturday morning at nine nn___ 1
ruption take a fearful toll and here in Clewiston and. "after Sunday --

Next Monday when the bills honest men look askance to the Mass in Pahokee. I '
a start coming In fathers will under- future and strive to keep their The Mass schedule of Pahokee is

stand why Santa Claus is always reason and their faith 10:30 every Sunday, excepting the .
pictured last Sunday of the month, when '
holding the bag.-Clermont The story of Harry Steenbock, as Mass Is .' Is an amusement, a recreation and a health builder
Press. at eight o'clock. The public
told recently in the Rotarian Maga- regardless of religious belief, Every muscle is exercised in a year around game .
zine, is one that all mankind should
We're is always: welcome in this church. BOWL IN CLEWISTON AT
wondering who
is the
at hear, for like the Star of Bethlehemits
head of the Department of Agri- shines forth to rekindle -
culture's propaganda bureau. He or our dying hope and give COMMUNITY CHURCH The A and B Bowling Alleys

they have been hard at work dur- new faith for man in fellow man..
ing the past week Bible School meets at 9:45 a. m.
trying to cover Hours 2:00 till
In his laboratory at the Univer- B- C. Flanniken superintendent. p. m.
\ up the sugar quota action.
sity of Wisconsin Harry Steenbock, I Worship hour-11, a. m. to 12 '
) Seems the federal government a baldish, soft spoken professor, m., J. E. Beardsley, choir director !_ _- '_-_ _-- _- __---- _-_ -_ .' ---_ 7 o: ,. '_. ,: ....

t thinks the Everglades seeking only the advancement of and Mrs. J. H. Doty pianist. .

____. _.4s ....good enough to use sugar for cane seed discover knowledge, worked tirelessly to The Christian Endeavor meeting ., IIIIIIIIIIIIIII*\ llllllllllllli IIIIIIIIIIIIII III1 ljW-L llJ.f UlllIl! !llIllllllIlli1W .!JUllilllliJ.rbIIJI'! \ !! I.,
scientific facts that would "
7:30: p. m. Monday, Dick Patterson;
I but not to supply domestic needs. I I
aid mankind in its fight against
I This haywire logic is characteristic. president, Florence Graham, pro-
disease and death. gram leader. There will be the
t -Leesburg Commercial. < Mrs. Clyde V. Wadlow -
Seventeen years ago Steenbock I annual election of officers for the ,

Clewison was well representedIn proved that the ultra-violet rays society on this occasion. ,

the Orange Bowl, had at least in sunlight are closely related to A party was held at the home of INVITES ALL WHO ARE INTERESTED IN "
f- two representatives in the Sugar I the bone building Vitamin D. Experimenting Mrs. R. N. Smith on Royal Palm

r Bowl and possibly others at the with young rats, he avenue on New Year's Eve. Mrs. CHILDREN'S CLASSESIN
; Rose, Cotton and Sun Bowl but found that those afflicted with I Smith entertained the choir of the :(
: the rickets would grow to normal Community church consisting of (
majority us had to derive ,
our New Year pleasure from the health When exposed to such rays.,| Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mr. I '::;J ,,:,:

Bowl of hog jowls and black eyed Continuing his studies and experiments -j and Mrs. John H. Doty, Mr. and "$> {
peas. he later discovered that l j Mrs. Joseph Robbins, Mr. and lire CLASSIC AND FOLK DANCING

t these same health-giving rays i Ed Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. Grady

would mysteriously concentrate Niblack, Mrs. Blanche Turner, Miss .,

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. Vitamin D in foodstuffs. directly.He II i Marion Leydig,. Ed Curry: ,Wesley TO THE MOORE ,HAVEN WOMAN'S CLUB
successfully' concentrated the Powell, Mr'and Mrs. Kent Pendle- WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, FROM: :3:30: TO 5:30 P. M. <<-, ';:
precious Vitamin in fresh milk, in I ton and daughter, Mrs John White- _
RAMBLINGS. eggs, and in many other foods. II man of Jacksonville. :

i By B. B. Big business, manufacturers of The guests enjoyed delightful I. .- 1
nationally distributed food products refreshments, cafeteria style, as they "lllIIlIIlIlIm\1iIllIllIlIlIlIlB'\1illIlIllIlIllI\ \ l'Jillllllllllllllil1J IIIIIIIIII'IIIij' IIIIIIIIIII1i'! :! IIIIIIIII"III l"'III11I11II1I1II'4' IIIIIIIII"" "
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I Comes the dawn of a new year, millions. :N.N.N-XK XK"x XK"x< "x ": SM x x' +X"X M---w-: : :N:N: ;H: .N. ,. . : :: :.

.-- and leap year at that. It's the I .s..s. .i'.y.
Steenbock, however, had patented -
; extra day that makes this year y ,
4. different. For Bobbie Berner it his process. It was his discovery f.s"s.+ .... X?=
; and he controlled itBig business I :: : s .s.
'. means a real birthday-on Febru- :;::;: 'j' ,::::
. .- began beating a path to his door. ;
; ary 29th-and to the eligible girls Offer pyramided offer until a mere '.s..t ENJOY AN "" : ._.,.

.tf it's a challenge for tradition decrees scratch of his pen and the relinquishing ::ts: _" ._ :!::S: ..,
that Leap Year it's ladies choice! "
,. of his secret would have ** : ; '.. ;'- **
; So watch out -Parker Wilson, I' ':'....; i.' -.... .
given him well over a million dol- 's"s' :. ALL ELECTRIC : 's"s'
Emmett Shelley Bob Coker (the '
lars in cash. I t : "':
I' town's perennial bachelors) and A million dollars in any man's'language j :: i \\fr i /
dozens of others Including Pop : ,
.S. -' .
is a lot of money and .S..t.
H 0 M E
Sturgiss, McCoy, the three un- h j A
Steenbock was just a college :,.J. '
attached men teachers. Jay Moran poor .:..:. ,< ';.-_'

and all the rest of you. Cupid was this professor.mild soft But spoken in the man heart there of :':;!:* '. ::::i: :; -.\,.
plenty busy during 1939, and who 's"s'.S":4 "
was no GREED, no great lust for : :. .S':4
knows but in 1940 he I '" .
may surpass : "- .
POWER, only LOVE for all man- 't. : : -,
that record. .S" <

., We've perused the new calendar. kind share and the a benefits conscientious of his desire priceless to ::i::!: Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that :i:::: _. : ,;

Since Thanksgiving, has started discovery with the sick and suffer- : :::f takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the ::::;: '; .
moving, around we can't help but fo
'ng of a war torn and world. "
'.;; be interested in such a common- A million dollars and weary all it could J ::!::: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficient- :::;: : ; :

place thing'as a calendar used to offer him in comfort, luxury and" :::'.:;: ly and eC.lDomically. _
---- :
----"beT" Our particular favorite (the ase was dangled before his eyes, .'". :: .

Western Newspaper Union calendar ut Steenbock said "NO". Scorn- .::(:s. .d'.. ',..'.i

that last has two great Thursdays big figures in )Novemberred puts the' 'ng all offers, he gathered together :,i'...;.. a. One penny wIll toast 26 crunchy slIces, of toast, or ..:::.:.::s: .. "; :.
\ few trusted friends from the : ..
thus remaining on the political Uumni of the University to found .::!: give your eyes two hours of safe readIng light or operate ** :', :1

fence. At any rate, regardless of x corporation that would administer ::: radIo for .of : ;
: } most day-and-ELECTRICITY is
your :
which Thursday may be Thanks- ifs all :::::: r'; ..,:'
patent rights, profits from
giving, we found that Lincoln's Which would go to provide funds :}:;: one thing that gets cheaper 'the more of it that you use. :*_::.;: .:!? :
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birthday, Feb. 12 comes on Mon- 'or '
research. To date over $1- '
day, so 'you can have a week-end 100,000'has been received. : :!= :; ':
right there. Then for once, this To protect the public, Steenbock'n s } .That is why it is' so easy to have and enjoy a. home {.: .(!,. :

Easter business will be easy to leasing the of his : that all electric and modern. .t. -
use process :.r 18 :::;: ; '
figure out. We find that Ash Wednesday : ,
equires that it be used only on ,
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the first day of Lent falls 'essential foods, regularly used". : + :::'i' ..
: on Wednesday, Feb. 14th, which is 'Iis Research Foundation further / f.::: f '. '
\ also Valentine's day. Palm Sunday, emands the rights to censor .t'i' :'i"J'

,& the week before Easter, falls on advertisements mentioning t h e'I' :_::_: ELECTRICITY XX .
SERV- t ,
:March 17th which is also St. Pat- "Heenbock: Process or Vitamin D. s_.. ,:::. -. '. i

"t l rick's Day. Easter, of course, is end all products on which it is r'.} ...!....!.. ,::,:'A.
March 24th. Washington's birthday .sed are regularly tested by himo ::.'' .:..:. ... .

I is Thursday, Feb. 22, Memorial insure that Vitamin/ D is in the :: :! ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. ::::: ; ; _
J Day is Thursday, May 30th July product as advertised. :, ;
i 4tH is Thursday, so no more weekends : Today 400 dairies serving 40.- :
-L- ---: until Labor Day, Monday 00,000 people pay royalties to '.;1 i Iir :; ;: ; :

i "t 2,. and Armistic Day, Monday, finance research under Steenbock's ::" ,
-k.. Nov. 11th. Then after the Thanksgiving / .. ".," Ht.
; : : plan. Other large from ';' :
sums come I 1 t. ; .... ,-:
r: problem is settled on a : Pharmaceuticals cereal and aces- :;t:)' / .ii..?:. _:' :
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will be "
Wednesdays. So .
As fast as royalties are received
\ .: 1940 will have few long week-ends, ,'I the money is used to finance such :

; indeed.. promising work an paying fellowships .;.,t.I Glades Power and light Co. i
Last week we received an an- to brilliant youngscientists :1 : .

onymous letter. On the envelopewas brought to the University from allover .J C.1. ; A
written (This contains my the nation to finance the t..s. \.."' .,;.
guesses on the Bowl games. Don't further study and experimentation 1 t t' ,.. / .R .-,'';::.a.s 'r

1 open 'till after the games are play- about Vitamin D, to work for the :j 'S.'s' '

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I Mrs. W. C. Nelson of Fort Myers I services Sunday evening. High School would not only obviate

Mrs. C. Nelson, Mrs. O. C. Landon Several games were played and the dangers of competitive games Johnson's Fish

#i. ; and son, Leonard, and Mrs. L. C. hot chocolate, cookies and candies and athletics but would be of very Camp
Personals J'J'i Miller spent several days in Jacksonville were' served.The ., much benefit to ''growing children (Near Hurricane Gate)

this week. in many ways. They would begin
i guests included Janice Wynn, Clexrlston, Fla.
:; ''r, Il Elizabeth' Winn, Doris: Hodges, very early to learn cooperation and
,1";:1\-" :':!';''.II;::,". The Rev. Father Lawrence J. Laura Bailey, McDuffie, Don group play, as well as the purely Boats and Motors-Guide Service
Gloria |
.l/ ; ', Campbell E- Nall left Thursday Flynn spent several days rec"nUyin Miller, Robert Hodges, Harold physical benefits of planned exercise Rates Reasonable :J. .

:'; : on a business trip to Nassua. Miami as the guest of Mr. and Eheny, Guy Elkins and Jack Waters. with the added finer results from W. H. Johnson, Mgr. .
; ---- Mrs. John Predergast of Long Is- the _rhythms, music, legends, history a s

;: Mrs. T. B. Shelley returned Wed- land. Misses Flynn and Catherine MRS. ELMORE WINS HIGH PRIZE and customs of other nations that .... '
nesday after spending several daysin Comiskey visited friends in .Coral AT BRIDGE CLUB MEETINGMrs. are an incidental but. important :
Miami. Gables and Cocoanut Grove, return- part of the courses." J.M. COUSE '

\ -----' ing to Clewiston with Father Flynn.Mr. C. E. Miner entertained her 'y
PENTECOSTAL CHURCH Counselor and Attorney at I.lR a .
Mrs. H. C. Post spent Tuesday bridge club at her home W'ednes.Irla .
" and Wednesday in Fort Myers visiting and Mrs. H. E. Wells returned afternoon. Mrs. John Elmore South Clewiston .J Wednesdays Hopkins and Building SHturdnt" I -

" friends. to their home in Bainbridge, Ga. won lingerie as high score prize
Services Every Sunday: 9:so to 4:00 '
Sunday after spending two weeks and Mrs. Glen Etherton Coty's "
Sunday school at 9:45.
here with their sons, L. A. Wells talcum as low prize.
Ey, Glen Etherson and Gilbert Turner Morning worship at 11 a. m.
and Curtis Wells. Mr. and Mrs. L. : i
Salad crackers and coffee __ .
were ;
-, were visitors Wednesday in West Young Peoples meeting, 6 p. m. '"
I A. Wells, Curtis Wells and Mrs. served by Mrs. Miner to Mrs. Harry
Palm Beach. Rev. M. M. Dudley, director. MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL
Glen Etherton accompanied themto Knight, Mrs. Etherton, Mrs. Elmore, ARCHITECTURAL
Evangelistic services, 7:30 m. DESIGNS
West Palm Beach Sunday to i Mrs. V. C. Woodward, Mrs. R. J. I
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Wilson ViSit-I I : Tuesday: evening ,service 7:30 p. Maps ,Estimates
board the train for Bainbridge. Lee, Mrs. A. C. Carlton ',and Mrs.
ed relatives in Pahokee. ---- m. ( /I- JOHN IL DOTY
week-end. Foy Durrence. Friday evening service 7:30 p.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney L. Crochet, I m. Engineering Consultant :

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Swayne Sharon Crochet and Mrs. Arthur ANOTHER CUT FOR FLORIDA The public is cordially invited to Hopkins Bldg. Clowiston, Fla.
Bong have returned from Jeaner- attend .
all services.
visited relatives in Pahokeeand .
recently Canal Point. ette, La., where they spent the (Editorial) .; M. M. DUDLEY, pastor.
\ Christmas holidays with Mr. Announcement of the 1940 sugar I

Crochet's family. The party attended quotas-the tonnage each produc- J
4 ::. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lanier and the Sugar '.Bowl game in New ing region will allowed to furnish FOR MODERN PLUMBING
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn were Orleans New Year's Day. On their for the American market-has I See1v. Cash Bargain Price

visitors Sunday in West Palm Beach return to Clewiston they were accompanied blasted another hope for the. Ever- McCOLLUM .!I $875.00
by Mr. Crochet's mother glades. Plumbing and Heating !

Kenneth Jordan of Sebring was and sister, Mrs. Clebert Crochet There was some expectation that Jicholt Apnrtmrnts 'JClewlaton I\
Florida LOT 20 BLOCK 176
the guest over the week-end of and Miss Ruby Crochet, who are the quotas would be a little more LOT 3'' BLOCK 203

Harold G. Cannon.A. visiting them here. liberal for next year and that the LOT 11 BLOC381: ,

Florida industry might get a some- All three, centrally located ,inClewistonOnly
R. Broadfoot was a business Returning to the University of what larger share than the less OFFICE MACHINE SERVICECO. $875 cashW.
visitor in West Palm Beach Wed Florida to resume their studies than one per cent heretofore allot- .
nesday. following the Christmas holidays ted. But no. The total for the J. B. WILCOX
+ 323 Cedar A"e.
t were Jim and Bob Beardsley, Co- continental cane areas (Louisianaand Typewriter and Adding; Machine ,
Hcpnlrs and Service Minneapolis, Minn.
4-; Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff burn Moore, Bob Patterson. Misses Florida) was cut by 2,000 tons Also Sign of All Kind
have returned to Clewiston after Roberta Spicer and Barbara Morrison and Florida will have to stand Box 401

visiting relatives in Okeechobee. returned to Florida State Col- about one-sixth of that, a sixth ,

r F. ledge for Women at Tallah.s ee. being our proportion of the measlysix . --,' '- ","",. -' """. -'--' j/
Miss Runelle McGhee returned to per cent allowed dometic cane !'. : -.. ;:... '-.' "I;:- .-'" ,:
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Harris are ,
Monte Verde and her brother, Glasses Scientifically Itrnken Lenses
parents of a nine pound boy who growers.In Fitted and Repaired Duplicated EYES EXAMINED
arrived Saturday, December 29th. Wilbur to St. Leo. Bill Owen, returned this connection it is Interesting DR. I". D. GUDBAUR
to T. M. T. at Sweetwater, to note that while the total Optometrist Glasses Fitted J

Tenn. Morris Ford has returned to marketing allowance. for the whole Phone ink 5 Collier Arcade .
Hall and Ed left I
Jimmy Curry The Citadel at Charleston. Georg3 United States was reduced by 30- Fort Myern, Florida -
r the latter part of the week for Successor to K. H. Oakley r
Bester, Jimmy Hall and Ed Curryare 000 tons, the beet states got an
Atlanta to re-enter Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech. increase of 3,000 tons. In the ((-=
for the next semester.
.:! whole lot this is the most"
LADIES SUNDAY SCHOOL to produce and the effect is %:WOR/tY
Mrs. Leah Miss ,
Spicer Betty CLASS HAS BUSINESS :MEET to saddle on American consumersthe
Spicer and Miss Roberta Spicer most costly process of supplyIng DR.. J. M. MORQUS

were visitors in West Palm Beach The Ladies Sunday,, School Classof their requirements.One \ I CARRY OPTOMETRIST 1
on Friday of last week. : does not have to look very
the First Baptist church met ANTI- of ArcadiaCONSULTATION
Tuesday at the home of Mrs: C. far for the answer to that. The ; r

Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. L. R. W. Simmons for a business meet- beet states are being bought off r/ WORRY AND

Oliphant and Mrs. W. H. Lanierare I ing. from any opposition to the quota EXAMINATIONMONDAY

spending today in West Palm I Mrs. W. J. Robinson presided system' when it comes up for reenactment INSURANCERegular AND TUESDAY
Beach. o at this session of con- JAN. 8th & 9th
and Mrs. Arch Hodges led the devotional -
--:::..- ," gress. 'With everybody else gettinga I A Ad Rooms 110112CLEWISTON
Mr. and Mrs. W. F., Simpson and \ cut they are being taken 'care of INN
After the sandwichesand
Mrs. Olin Carleton spent the week-' meeting and their 16 senators will no doubtbe In This Newspaper .. ,
u -' -
Fort' hot chocolate were served by duly appreciative of such gener- _" _. ::. {;f 4' .., ; .:'
end on a hunting' trip near
Mrs. Simmons to Mrs. D. B. Allen,
Kissimmee.Mrs. I ous treatment ,of their' constituents. .. .....
Mrs. H. E. Walker, Mrs. R. C.- '
This bodes no good for Florida'shope a -

J. S. Jowers spent the New I Nowling M. C. Vowell, Mrs,: Mrs.W. H.J. Warren L. Whitaker, Mrs., of' a- better deal. There is .II,rtlmilil!! illIIIIII!! SIR'mlllm L R I llIimrniliilml RI I I II IIJlmlIlliIIllil II I R I!!II ii I I 6 llmll lIJlllllIllIllIJlIll! I RR mlllm I I I litlmlllllil!I li R I R lllllllllim III I f ilmillillilml i I I! lm RRf mmlllmlw.mlllilijmmilillMrmlm I 4 i. I : il IlUllllhv

still a chance that the Cuban and
Year week-end in Sebring with her I Mrs. A. H. King and Mrs. Alex allotments
other off-shore may be
sisters, Mrs. Donnie Lee and Mrs. McGowen., -
Rosilee Wilson. reduced, somewhat when the bill .. NOTICE
comes up for passage but with the
beet states placated that prospectis y
Mr.. and Mrs. Wallace Arey visited NEW YEAR WATCH PARTY politically remote, Besides it I will be at Alston's Drug Store in Clew- .
Mrs. Arey's parents, Mr. and probably wouldn't help Florida 1
Mrs. F. W. Zander, in Okeechobee Miss Florence Graham entertained -. On
much. the basis of the existing iston on the afternoons of January 5, 6,
Sunda. with a Watch Party New Year'seve ratios a division of the spoils

at the home of her parents! would give the Everglades -one ton 9,12,16,19, 23, 26 and 30 and if anyone
Miss Audrey McLaughlin, Miss Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Graham on the of anything taken away from Cuba

Julia Oglesby, Pat McGehee and Bob government reservation.The I and the others while the beet states I wishes to get an automobile tag- pleasesee -
Logan attended the New Year Ever guests enjoyed games dur- would get 23 tons. It would help

dance at the Lake Worth Casino. ing the evening and dancing after I Florida, some but 'it would cost the
me i
midnight. Those attending were I consumer plenty since he would

Misses Hortense Collins, and Misses Bobbie Spicer, Maxine Doty. have to buy that much more of the '
Adrian Shuler, Don Plank an-1 Edythe Nell Cornette, Barbara I expensive beet product. R. N. Ihiller -- !

Merrell Lowe spent New Years Dayin I Morrison, Lee Pridgen, and Sally Because of the many angles the

Bonita Springs and Fort Mypn Graham, Dick Patterson, Bill and situation is a tough one for Flori-
Dick Owen, A. D. Frith, Dick da to go up against. We have County Tax CollectorPLENTY

Eugene A. Kraemer, a new drafts- I Tarleton and Louis Leiter. Refreshments justice and the consumer's interestson

man in the U. S. Engineer sub- of gingerbread, whipped I our side but unfortunately these """IIIIIIIIIIWJllilllllllim''I!I !!!I il I i RRNI mlllllIIIWWlIlilIIllllmlmmmlllllllliliiIlmmtmnllmlllmIIJll I'! R!b; I I !!i 'i !' IIR mWIIIIIWIII iI :; JI : Wmllllllmllim! !! mmmlllllll! !IlRIIRI mlmmlmmlilllml! !!RI RRN1R m IN[ !RRI milmIIIVP
office, was transferred from the I cream and coffee were served. factors have small standing when

office in Norfolk, Nebraska. politics starts writing a bill in t

J WEDNESDAY BRIDGE CLUB Washington. Moreover, the justiceof X"r: "'; -R _:;- _-:- : .
Mrs. C. H. Berner, Mrs. G. B HOLDS MEETINGMrs. the matter is in some dispute.To .

McDuffie, Carline Berner and Jo ----, throw off the quotas looks like W'EA iL

Ann Crouch were visitors yesterdayin G., B. Thomas won high justice to us but beet state senators -I :. i OF CHIL'L Y T' HER' :

West Palm Beach. score prize and Mrs. JW.. Ezelle can't see any justice in ruining -
-' cut prize at the afternoon bridge their producers by exposing :_:: ,.THIS, WEEK AND MORE WILL :=.::

Mr. and Mrs. William Martin of I club which met at the home of them to Everglades competition .f. 'fe. '
Atlantic City, New Jersey and Mr. Mrs. Keathley Bowden Wednesday.Both which they cannot meet. Fort COME _BEFORE SPRING ;:;;:
.. ( .:.
and Mrs. Edward of I
prizes were bath towels. Myers News Press.
Harbor, Maine were ,guests of I Upside down cake and coffee were f +

Father L. J. Flynn this week. I served by the hostess to Mrs. Mrs. Wadlow Will I'. : SEE US'FOR .. t

Thomas, Mrs. Ezelle, Mrs. Dave
Mrs. I. S. Bell, Mrs. Ned Hager, I Alston, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. W. Start Dance ClassMrs. .f_ '. .t A_
Miss Betty Spicer and I. S. Bell, H. Lanier, Mrs. R. C. Nowling and' t Coats *"
jr.,. spent New Years day in West Mrs. W' F. Simpson. -;. Sweaters. =.t.:

Palm Beach visiting Mr. and Mrs. I C. V. Wadlow, a dancing i u yBlank'eis'

Robert Deatwiler. I Ir MISS ANNE PAFFORD instructor of many years experience .. i
House Shoest
GIVEN FAREWELL PARTY I announces that next Wednesday she r
James W. Beardsley attended a will meet with those interested at .;-
Presbyterian conference held in Miss Anne Pafford was honored the Woman's Club clubhouse in ;:t ;-

Orlando a few days prior to the vith an impromptu farewell party Moore Haven for the purpose jot: :E: .* Flannel Sleepers .. ::_:

opening of the University of Florida's given by Gloria McDuffie and organizing classes. .} _? ...."*: 'dfr ..-
.session. Marianne Jones at the latter's home "In the absence of any programof ; : *
I last Thursday night. physical instruction for the J. For 'Cool'' I
Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez has returned 1 I Many games were played with grades of our school," Mrs. Wadlow I Everything

from Gretna, Louisiana, where.I Betty Berg and Gertrude Uellendahl says, "there seems to be a place : r. .;.
she spent the Christmas holidays winning prizes. Refreshments of for such a dancing class. There is Weather .t- -
with her daughter; Shirley Ruth, .I cookies, candy and punch were ser- : scarcely any attention paid to the I ,__._ ':;:,0'

and other relatives. I ved to Anne Pafford, Gertrude subject until pupils are large, or y .. ..., Y
Uellendahl, Betty Berg and Elizabeth old enough for basketball or foot- ::: ::::.

Miss Louise Hollingsworth, I Winn.BBOADFOOT. ball or regular field athletics and
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. I J {:
then the tender, untrained bodiesare PARKINSON'S-
Hollingsworth, returned to Clewis- I HOME IS put .to great effort and strain :
ton Monday from Lake Worth, SCENE OF WATCH PARTY at the cost of great soreness aid A
where she spent the Christmas I I discomfort and sometimes injuries

-- holidays with friends. Her brothers t Bobby and Barbara Broadfoot entertained that may prove permanent by dis- \* THE COMPLETE STORE :*!:

Jack and Frank Hollingsworth, I a few 'of their friends abling. A. well planned and executed -
who spent last week-end there, returned from the Baptist Traning Union program of ''physical education t

o : ?" with her. with a watch party following ,church from kindergarten: through
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I Worms Aided Columbus r

Legend. has it that Columbus t
saw a flickering torch in the handof
a native from his flagship the
THE GIFT WIFE v night before he discovered America

but science now offers a different -
explanation for the illumi-
nation which greeted the famous
discoverer as he neared the American -
shore. The light which Columbus -
f RUPERT HUGHES described a's "like a small
By wax candle which rose and fell,"
was probably a luminous displayof

certain worms known as svl-
lids, in the opinion of L. R. Craw-
SYNOPSISOn three weeks of humidity. I'm like It was Gaines' amiable nature to strikes and he smells brimstone. It shay, of the Marine Biological as-
the tropics-all rain or all sun. I try to wring a drop of honey from doesn't matter about my rotten soulor sociation laboratory at Plymouth.Such .
board the Nord-Express. with Ostend And I can pretty nearly tell you to every gall-bag. ] the body it torments. And I displays are not infre
r as Jebb his Isbound Immediate for America.destination With Dr him David Is the hour and the 'minute, just when "You must be a great little sur- have no children-I've never dared quently noted in October and they .J-
five-year-old Cynthia Thatcher his temporary my freshet begins. I'm a sort of geon, Davey, to keep any practiceat to marry and drag any woman alongmy are usually observed around the
} ward. On the train they meet Big Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hydrophobia.When all." path. My parents, heaven be last quarter of'the moon.CLASSIFIED.
-: He Bill tells Games Gaines former of his classmate mission-which of David's Is the the rabies bites me, the,sightof "I am, but I had to give up New praised, died when I was in college.
I: return of the child to her mother. IP Amer water makes. me froth at the York and go out West to a smallish 1 got my curse ,by entail from poor
a ? ica. Cynthia's father Is dead. mouth. For two or three weeks I city where they have to have me, old dad. His father acquired it in
go about like an idiot trying to put handicap and all. When I feel the the grand old days ,when the high

}t CHAPTER I-Continued out a raging fire by pouring on kero- madness coming on, I arrange my society was found under the table >.?->-..- .- .-- *
N. s ne." affairs, transfer my patients to other after dinner. tj *
"Poor old boy," said Gaines, "it hands, say that I've been called "I'm alone now. There'd be no- DEPARTMENT
a pretty good little carver must be hell. What do you do? East about my property-and then I body' to mourn for me. But here Iam
) t- I suppose?" Lock yourself in a room and order hit the trail on the long hike. If I with a poor widow's only childin
"I'm great, Billy." drinks through the keyhole?" I weren't one of the cleverest sur- my care, and I'm racing with
> "You ought to know." "If I only did! If I only did! But geons that ever ligated an artery, fate. BABY CHICKSORDER
.' "I do. I am. That is, I'm great I'm no stationary dipsomaniac. I'm I'd be in the poorhouse today. If I "And there's another thing, Billy.In .
with extenuating circumstances. the only original Wandering Jew- weren't cursed with the bitterest Berlin I found proofs that this YOUR CHICKS EARLY for
\ I'm a genius, but a damfool. I have no connection with a cheap imitatorof blight that ever ruined a soul, I'd poor Thatcher didn't commit sui will January include and 10 February or more delivery extra chicks and per we
I a curse that ruins everything." similar name. I hardly show what be at the top of my profession." cide. He tried to save the woman's 100. Write at once for detailed informa-
"Not cocaine?" I'm carrying-they tell me. I looka "Poor old Jebb," sighed Gaines. life-she was drowning; she draggedhim Bid., Plkesvllle P. O.
j' "No." I've somehow escaped bit feverish, and I'm slightly thickof "but don't you care, we've all got to his death-they both died. .
drugs. tongue, but I have a subintelli- our troubles. Now to look at me. He didn't even know who she was.
"Our mutual friend, Barleycorn?" gence that keeps me from being run you wouldn't think-but that can Besides, he did leave something for We AmericansThere
"Old John Barleycorn." over by the cars. My trouble is wait. You were going to tell me his family. In my handbag, I have
t "I see, it makes your hand un- like certain forms of 'aphasia with what I could do for you." his finished drawings for a great in-
steady, eh?" double personality. I lose my sense "Well, now that you know all, I'll vention that looks to me good for a is no adjective applied to
"No. I never play with the fire, of orientation but I am determined tell you the rest. The last time I fortune if it can be got to Americaand a citizen of the United States in ,....
except at regular intervals. Then 1 fell, I woke up in New Orleans. patented and placed. the'same sense that French is
commit arson. I'm what is popularly When I got home I found a letter "So you see, Billy, what a load applied to a citizen of France.-
known as a periodical-with a saying that a distant relative had I've got on my chest. The little I though citizens of the United
capital P. It's a terrible thing to J'q died leaving me a leasehold in Lon- child, her father's honor, her moth- States\are generally referred to as
confess, even to old Goliath Gaines, don. That's one of the things that er's salvation from povertyallthese Americans, citizens of other coun-
but it's all in the Catacombs, and I happens in storybooks. But truth with an ocean and a half a tries in this hemisphere feel very
I'm not the only person on earth I sometimes tries to imitate fiction.I continent between me and safety. keenly that this term belongs to
t with a flaw_ in his make-up. Nobody vowed I'd jump across the At- It's no question of will-power. I them also and that citizens of this
knows how badly assembled lantic, clean up what cash I could, have none. Your offer of a nip of- country have no right to ,preemptit.
human machines are, Billy, except and invest it where I couldn't touch you know,. went through me like a .
t, doctors. If it weren't for our Hippocratic the principal. knife. If you want to"spare me ago-
l ideals, what closet doors we "Well, just when I was gettingmy ny don't use even the name of-of
i4 could open in the best simulated afIairs.straightened up so that I any of those things in my hearing.If .
families!" could start, a beautiful operationcame I get a sniff of liquor-ugh! I'll
"I've got a skeleton too-some- my way. No money in it. but fight for it. And after the first drop p011EWORLD'S I
where, I suppose," said Gaines, some reputation and a rare opportunity -I is on my tongue, it's all over but the
"but I can't find it. My skeleton is 'q I couldn't let slide-an exquisite -I hike."
a tendency to turn into a balloon- fibroid tumor intricately and Goliath looked at David with eyes
more or less dirigible. I've tried ; d1L? vitally involved. The woman, Mrs. of complete compassion. He said:
everything. I've banted in seven Milburn, was' a widow and her only "Don't you care, Dave. I'll stickto LARGEST SELLER AT 10
languages. Diet? I haven't eaten a child was a married daughter who you to the finish. If you should

,, thing for ten years, but I-you don't had gone.,to Berlin with her hus- be-er, incapacitated, I'll get the Choosing a Career
know any sure cure for fat, do band, John Thatcher. child to her mother, and the docu- We should all choose the brave
?" ments, too. So just' qualify for theDon't
,. .you "When Mrs. Milburn heard that in which do most
career we can
: "Nobody does, Billy," said Jebb she must undergo a capital opera- Worry Club, and leave the' and best for mankind.-Stevenson.
f.. with the cynical frankness doctors tion, she cabled her daughter to rest to me. And I rather think you'dbetter ,-
I' and hold her hand while she hand over those plans. They'dbe
employ to their friends; then with a 1 come
.Y look at his own lank legs, "I've got went under the ether. John 'Thatcher a little less likely to be lost in
the anti-fat serum in my system:I couldn't afford to come and his any excitement. And all that moneyof WANTED! WOMEN

r. suppose, but I don't know what it R wife took the first steamer, leavingher yours, Dave-it doesn't sound exactly 38 to 52 yrs. old, who-are restless,
is." little four-year-old girl with her Samaritan to say to a man you moody, nervous, fear hot flashes,
haven't seen for years, 'Give me dizzy- pells,to take Lydia E. Pinkham's -
father. I brought Mrs. Milburn
Ir- Gaines shook his fat head and all Vegetable Compound. Famous
thou. and I'll it for
; through and good work, too- your ten carry in
his chins in elephantine despair. helping women go smiling
"Thanks for little of dis He paused to lean on me and there'll be an article about it in you, but if you want to gamble on thru "trying'times' due to func-
I: your ray .beg my pardon profusely.to the Medical Record. Her daughter, my "honesty I'll play banker, for tional "irregularities." Try ill

story. Mrs. Thatcher, cried all over me you.
developed of those clock- hike. And hike I hike, till I dropor and said she would pay my bill when He was about'to break down, but
one come round sober. Then I'm he gathered himself together with a -
work thirsts eh? Too bad old her husband made his fortune by a Wealth in Wisdom
boy. like the man Bill Nye tells about brusque effort. He slapped his hand
I had who like great invention he was working on. The wealth of mankind is the
a pal was you-he's
who was found after the train-wreck, hard on the leather and rose to his
We doctors lot of that !
dead now-but he found a cure. get a money wisdom they leave.-John Boyle
Have tried-" plucking! violets in the dell and gen- i But I said, 'Don't let that worry feet: O'Reilly.
you tly murmuring 'Where am I?' I you.' We always say that. "I'll get those documents for you,
"Your friend found the one sure Gaines looked at him more in "Just as Mrs. Thatcher was aboutto Billy, this instant, and I'll hand you
cure. Don't start anything begin- amazement than in sorrow: back my money-belt as soon as I can
sail to Europe she
got a cablegram -
ning 'Have you tried?' I've tried all "You must have had some rare saying that her husband unbuckle it." Relief At Last
il tbe Have-you-trieds and then some. old experiences." Gaines loved to had committed suicidescandalously He looked at Gaines' girth, and
I've tested all there in the books his.
are travel. Gaines looked at The same
with of bad The
a woman name.
1 and a thousand of my own invention. "No doubt, Billy, no doubt. But Dutchman who sent it had to paya thought struck both of them, and a For Your Cough
I had a landlady who used to buy 1 don't know what my experiencesare. mark a word, and he didn't waste whiff of{ laughter shook away the ,
those 'put-some-in-your-husband's Once in a while I meet some it gloom.
any breaking Creomulslon relieves because
promptly -
coffeeandhewon'tnoticeittillhe'scured' man who hails me by some strange "Your money bag will have to
I "Thatcher left only funds enoughto it goes right to the seat of the
:> things. Her coffee was so name and says 1 borrowed money :I bury him. Strangers took the be pieced out about a yard to get trouble to loosen germ laden phlegm
\: bad anyway I never noticed it. But from him in Pueblo, or lent him child in charge. The death and the round my equator," said Gaines. Increase secretion and aid nature to
no more did she notice any cure. money in Skaneateles. I never ask circumstances and the shock pros. "It will be great sport for me, soothe bronchial and heal raw,tender membranes.No ,inflamed -.
You see, Billy, most of the habit- any questions. I take his word for trated Mrs. Thatcher completely.She though. I'll know how it feels to be matter how mucous many medicines you
cures depend on the will eventually; it and say, 'Oh, yes, of course.' was in no condition to go over entirely surrounded by money." have tried, tell your druggist to sell
but when the will itself is diseased, "I tell you it's an uncanny sort of and bring back the little girl. The Seeing that Jebb's dour face had you a bottle of Creomulsion with the
what can you do? It's like making thing to wake up in a mysteriousroom big consideration too. softened a trifle-the fat are emi- understanding that you are to like
money was a ,
the it quickly allays the coughor
'_ rabbit-pie when you can't catch the in some unheard of place and nent consolers-Gaines made an effort way
well since I
and I- was going over you are to have your money back.CREOMULSION.
rabbit. The one important fact is wonder how under the sun you got anyway, I offered to get the child to keep him diverted, and he
r that everybody has his personal devil there and where under the sun you and brine her back with me-fool began. to !laugh reminiscently:
and that's mine. are." that I was." Say, Dave, ao you remember, for Coughs,Chest Colds, BronchitisEver
"Ot! erwise I'm all to the good. Gaines was reminded: "Fool nothing," Gaines blurted; when we were cubs together 'at
I've got two arms, a pair of legs, "I used to walk in my sleep as a "it was mighty white of you, old Yale, and one evening we were at-
of both both I Once 1 found myself in Unsatisfied ..
a couple eyes, ears, boy. my boy. atHe J;.
lungs, one whole stomach, no float- nightie in the middle of a ballroom Jebb shook his head. "I meant was about to say "Moriarity's"but Man's destiny is to be not dis-
ing kidneys, a liver you couldn't floor. I had just meandered in. well, but you know where we.well- that had liquid connotations. He satisfied, but for ever unsatisfied.F. .
', derange with an ax, and ability to The floor committee meandered me intentioned people lay the asphalt." stopped short and gulped." "No, that W. Robertson.
work forty hours at a stretch, and a out in double time. The other night, wasn't the' time. His memory
gift for operative surgery that is I got turned round in bed in a hotelin "I don't follow you, Davey. switched to another incidentbutthat

a marvel, if I do say it. But I've Leipzig, and when I woke up with "I hoped you would, Billy. It's so was Heublein's or Traeger's.It .
got an intermittent thirst that my head to the footboard I was so nauseating to explain. But here seemed to him, as he tumbledout GOOD /
amounts to mania, and 'it does its bewildered I came near holleringfor goes: I was so delayed in starting the pigeonholes of memory in STORES DAUO \
little best to nullify all my other the night clerk. I thought some- from America and met so much his roll-top forehead, that he could IARGE i
gifts. If it weren't for that I'd be body had put a voodoo on me." postponement in settling my affairsin find nothing ,recorded but carousals. u.RornE !
famous and rich." "That's the feeling exactly," said ppky old London, and had so He knew that they had played onlya J
; "Don't call ten thousand real Jebb, "only when I wake up I'm many details to close up for pOOl minute part in the total of college ; "
iron dollars you rich?" as weak as a sick cat, and my head Thatcher before I left Berlin with _life, but bec.ause. he wanted to y
I -oh, my head! And my tongueoh -' .the child that I have exhausted my I avoid them, ne found tnem every-
"Oh, I'm rich enough for the mo- from Hades."
oh, my tongue! 1 haven't the where.He
ment. 1 feel like old King Midas, faintest idea of what I have done, "You don't mean-" tried to think of some athletic
but the trouble is I've got his long or where I have been or where I "That's just exactly what I mean. excitement, some classroom joke, 1
', ears, too. When I'm in my-cups, am. I reach for my trousers and I've been so busy in new scenes that some incident in the Catacombs, but
'is the polite expression. But it's a the pockets are empty-my watch is I lost count of the days. This morn the memory is not a voluntary i
case"of bathtub with me. When I'm gone stolen, given away to a polite ing as I boarded the train at Berlin muscle.
that way, I think I'm Mr. Croesus, man-needless BE CONTINUED) BARGAINS I
street-car conductor or thrown at a drunken to say, (TO I
and I spend what 1 have as if I
{ t a cat. Then I have to recuperate. he was an American-lurched into i I
the Standard Oil
owned and had
send a telegram, collect, or drawon me. He paused to lean on me and Door MasterpieceThe
I struck a gusher of gold. my bank-that's no fun among beg my pardon profusely. I couldn't bronze doors executed for the -that will save you many a !
"I don't tipple between sprees, I strangers-and get home the best dodge his breath. I shook him off, Baptistery at Florence, Italy, by the dollar/ will escape you if r
bate the sniff of liquor in my dry way I can. but I had felt that first clutch of artist Lorenzo Ghiberti are regardedas you fail to read carefully and ;
seasons. But when my time rolls "I'm a periodical prodigal Billy; the thirst. It comes with a rush. among the world's masterpieces. regularly the advertising of l'
round, I've the thirst of a man lost only I have no father to fall on my Billy, when it comes. And I mightas Michelangelo said: "They are beau local merchants >> >> >> r
"! in the Mojave desert. 1 see mirages, neck and offer me veal. I sneak well fight it as try to wrestle witha tiful enough for the gates of para-
but not of waterfalls, Billy-fire- back to my own shack and try to London fog. It's got me. And dise." Ghiberti worked for more '
waterfalls! regain my disgusted and mystified I'm afraid Billy horribly afraid. I than 25 years 'on them sculpturing HN THIS PAPERh.
"My life runs on schedule. So patients by scattering lies by the feel like a man who has sold his 10 stories from the Old Testament
many months of humanity, then bushel." soul to the devil when the clock in their:' panels.


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fciovt Drtjrcvcv. and Art ;'

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trod vice.
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of a rascal.

t. ; Strange Facts

: rs/ : :J( WAS (T Tfll; (}.T( / V, Most Donkey Delicate ImportanceFrank Brute- ,

.- \afbl"A Og 1Ht { ARA t o Prisoner's Mail 0Garg'antua

d J EYI pADDY ? the 475-pound gorillaof
the Barnum & Bailey circus, (

-- Customer (growling) Well, lives in a glass-enclosed, air-con r
what are you hangin' around for? ditioned cage, kept .constantly at r-
Do you think you're goin' t' gita V 74 degrees by watchful engineers. !
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tip? / aII It is feared that if this'' tempera

Waiter (hesitatingly)-N-n-n-no II ture changes as little as one degree !I

f- suh! I's jes watchin' da silvan in an hour, the ape, whose t
wall suh! physical strength is more than a
match for 18 men, will develop '.

The Verdict \ J O I/p, ', I1 pneumonia. ,'

: "Tell me, Professor," the, young In the state of llorelosIexico, I

thing gushed, "what do you think where liquors are sold from doorto

1', of my voice?" 4 ; rJV----- door by donkey cart, the peddler
"Well, frankly, madam, it re- -- V a Na G when applying for his annual
... minds me of toothpaste." a license, is required to furnish six
"Toothpaste?" photographs for'purposes of identi

"Yes. You squeeze it, and it fication. They include three front
comes out flat!" pV and three side views of the donkey.A i

New York detective agency

, A Siren that specializes in tracing missing

The leader of the volunteer fire de- (WNU SERVICE) persons has been employed by' ,
partment tailed at the house across the more than 70,000wives to find t

tcay. their husbands, but by only 15 husbands \
"Pardon me, but are you the lady who to find their wives.
was singing?" All mail sent by or to prisonersof
"Yes, I was singing. Why?" war, except parcel post and C.
"W'ell, lay off the top notes, please. .: I
S is from
', .. We've had the bloomin' fire engine out YOU MIGi7 o C-1 ,Nl NEVE.Z O. D. packages, exempt
twice!" YRY 57ANalN6 ou all postal charges, not only in the
'pp-p WQl1Ll tIAYE countries of origin and destinationbut
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T+Iov 4T also in intermediate neutral
"It's criminal to be ill nowa- ow K1N -

days," says a specialist. And we tMA 7 SIiE Yea'j AaK7 nations.ColIier's.RNDHGESTGON.
Pyfl-i i
realize crime doesn't pay when
the doctor sets the fine. 704' ME!

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: and Iron of Vinol in your diet to ty is' in our speed.-Emerson.
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over-taxed and fail to filter
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t life-giving
r blood. there's a steady revolution
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f headache, dizziness, getting up nights and food prices the rise of a
\. leg pains, swelling-feel constantly hat crown .the'fall of furniture
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Control Program On been suggested by some Puerto the Kiwanis district agricultural will be ready for distribution in tonnage allowed:' The New Deal

Ricans that Puerto Rico should reduce committee. January. Tax-money to be paid to has
scuttled the rights of stateto
Sugar Shows FailureTo sugar production so she can Those attending were: Mr. and sugar cane growers for the sugar a
produce more of her own needs Mrs.. G. H. Martin of Fort Lauder- they were not permitted to make! till its fields and harvest its

Protect ConsumerThe and thus return to a greater degreeof dale. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Herring, In southern Florida sufficient crops and send its finished .'product,-
to market!
self-sufficiency as was had in Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mr. and sugar cane could be grown to supply

the past when her people were not Mrs. Gideon Brown, Mr. and Mrs.J. the people of the United States with Is Florida helpless in the face or

recent suspension of sugar as poverty stricken as governmentaland G. Niblack, Mr. and Mrs. G. all the cane sugar they use! In such injustice? Must Florida su-

control legislation definitely proved other reports disclose to be A. Yon, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Lott, that natural, God-given sugar-bowl, pinely accept dictatorship?-:=Melbourne l-

the failure of such legislation to today's condition. The Filipinos Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Cornette, Mr. fifty thousand families could be Times.

protect the American consumer. have asked for and received their and Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mr. and Mrs.A. given all-the-year employment, and

Despite this very apparent failure independence and thus there is no W. Sias, Rev. and Mrs. Kent comfortable, happy homes.

it is likely that sugar interests will need for the United States to con- Pendleton, Mr.; and Mrs. F. Deane But Florida's "quota" is only Is Your Subscription Paid?

again try: to obtain legislation at tinue the pampering of the past. Duff, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen, ninety-five hundredths of one per
the forthcoming session of Congress. Certainly sugar control such as has Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Bishop, Mr. and
cent of cane sugar permitted to
Under the Sugar Act of 1937 the recently been experienced, created Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs.: I be grown in the United States. Flor- (

states were permitted to supply less largely for the protection of these' J. E. Beardsley, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. ida's production of sugar is kept .,-
offshore areas and Cuba, has prov- Ward, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Miss
than 30 cent of their
per sugar
far below a sufficient amount for
needs; Cuba and other foreign to be decidedly detrimental to the" Marion Leydig, Miss Hazel Prince, home consumption. Florida people Good FarmLand -

countries were guaranteed another welfare of our sugar consumers. Miss Betty Spiccr, Miss Mildred ,.
must buy sugar imported from a
30 cent and the remaining 40 Durst, T. Markette and Wesley
per to foreign country, and peacefully accept -
Any obligation we may owe Powell.
per cqnt was guaranteed to three the injustice!
Cuba, Puerto Rico or the Philip- I
diverse offshore areas, namely Phil-
is not the In the Clewiston area 21,000
pines superior to obliga-
ippine Islands, Puerto Rico and METHODIST REVIVAL
Hawaii; the 'term "diverse" is used tion we owe to the 130,000,000sugar TO START SUNDAY acres of a superb crop of sugar I for Rent
consumers in the United cane is being harvested. Five hun-
advisedly as the relationship ..,. ,
dred tons a day are rushed throughthe
States. In any consideration of
(Moore Haven Democrat)
each of these three areas to the
the sugar problem Congress owes great rollers of the "sugar
United States is entirely different. Rev. L. C. Williams of Wilmore, house." Several I
its first duty to protection of con- persons '
I Hawaii is a territory; it has sumers. After the consumers rights Ky., considered one of the foremost i are employed at higher wages than ,

supplied a substantial portion of have been thoroughly protected is evangelists of the Methodist church, are paid anywhere else.. in the world

our sugar needs for more than time enough to consider the welfare will begin a series of revival, ser- for similar work. :Y 1 Si :..
half century its citizens are full vices here next Sunday beginningat
a ;
of .
sugar producers.Government But all of it must stop when the
the United States j the morning service. Rev. I. I
citizens of paying I quota is restored, and the sugar I i j Trespassers '.
income taxes of large amounts M. Belt, local pastor will assist in
manufactured, has reached the
into the United States Treasury; Report- the services. Will Be

its employees receive wages comparable Rev. Williams was, for eight yearsa

to those paid on the main- (Continued From Page 1) Methodist pastor and the messages PAID .., ProsecutedClewiston

land; it is an integral part of the i which he brings are said to be
: tending to prevent the full flower-
United States, and it became such very worthwhile and of great bene- '
ing of that which has made the POLITICALANNOUNCEMENT
a part on its own request. I fit to all who hear' them. His
United States the of the world.
Puerto Rico was part of "the envy wife assists him in the services.A .
"Just so long as efficient producersare
spoils of war" at the turn of the song service "will; begin at '
their home marketsfor '
century; it pays no income tax or forbidden 7:45 each night and everyone is .
non-surplus necessities, so as
other taxes into the United States invited to attend these services. FOR SHEUIFI'
inefficient ..
to productionupon .
Treasury but is in fact a serious encourage And .
peonage-like conditions in Realty
drain upon our resources; many of UNSPEAKABLE INJUSTICE I wish to announce myself a can-
countries and other offshore didate for
foreign re-election to the officeof
its people are crying for independence .
Sheriff of Hendry county subjectto .
just that long will those
from the United States. Gov- areas Secretary of State, 'Cordell Hull the Democratic primaries in May. DevelopmentCorporation
supposedly having authority to en- I am making this race solely on my
ernmental and other reports indi- has signed record of law
fore such restrictions be able to a "supplementary" agree- 5 enforcement and fair ,
cate that a much happier state of ment with the Cuban ambassadorfor dealings to all. and I assure the people -
complain about high costs to the of Hendry county that the policies
affairs existed prior to the time that the reduction of the tariff on of this office will not change.
all the good land was devoted to consumer. Take off restrictions on sugar brought into the United Your vote and,. support will be appreciated -
the production of non-surplus neces-
I sugar production because of duty States from Cuba. H. L. DELANEY
sities and our people will get such .I
free access to the United States The agreement goes into effect
necessities at lower prices.
I markets. when President Roosevelt restores
"The reimposed quotas under the I
The Philippine Islands were acquired the quota provisions of the Sugar .
iniquitous Sugar Act of 1937 will
at the same time as Puerto Act he removed last September

Rico. The Filipinos insisted upon undoubtedly require postponementof when war news sent the price of I :: Fq OUS NO ES IN HISTORY ,
the much-to-be-desired _
their independence from the United co-oper- sky-rocketing. '

States and in compliance with suc"i: ative enterprise in the Everglades.Once sugar .. .. : i '
again Florida has been sacri- Cuba has", been paying a duty ': t."!! ..\: ,_ ;: \_

demand full independence will be ficed for the benefit of sinister interests of $1.50 for each hundred' poundsof ... ,.J '.,
accorded them on July 4, 1946. At sugar imported by Cuban sugar -
the time the Islands were freed hiding behind, a pernicious interests into the United States.
cloak of false concern for the welfare '
from ,Spain sugar production was I Now the duty ,will be almost halved90 ,;: L ,. '
of the United States. :
less than 100,000 tons per year. I cent per hundred pounds, ;.. ,. g .. .,-,
After they obtained unrestrictedand which was the duty paid on Cuban IY .

free access to the American Kiwanis Club -:' sugar when the sugar quota in the :s ( <;

market Philippine production Increased United States was being enforced.It .

by leaps and bounds, :o a is difficult to speak of treason. .-
peak of 1,400,000 tons, mostly at (Continued From Page 1) with restraint. It is difficult to discuss -

the expense of Cuba. ship and urged that emphasis be with mild words 'the outrageous 1'1.L..1/t1f1' it 4"HOME

When asked to comment on tli placed during the coming year on treatment the New Deal government SWEET 'HOME'

situation relative to these three an increased membership. He said has accorded the state of Florida.It .

sugar producing areas, Clarence R. also that the 'Clewiston club coulddo is difficult not to cry out for a OwN

Bitting, president of United States a great deal to promote harmony mighty protest against an adminis- This was the home of John YOUR

Sugar Corporation, operating cane- between rural and urban clubs in tration that ,denies the people of .. trfm
sugar plantations in the Evergladesof South Florida.J. Florida the right to plant and Howard Payne, author_ of one HOME

Florida, stated: "Hawaii is the E. Beardsley, the new presi harvest their acres of sugar cane, of Americas best loved songs

< only offshore area entitled to treat- ,dent, next spoke on the aims of and make as much sugar as they

ment anywhere near equal to that the local club for the new Year. please. Let us help you achieve the security..

': accorded sovereign states of the He named the various membersof Smugly, a spokesman for the

\ unionI accord Hawaii this treat- the standing committees and government sends "goods news" to and comfort of a home of your own '

ment not only because of its statusas listed the year's aims in the following I growers of sugar cane. For the

an incorporated territory but, preferential order: 1, com- acres that they did not grow, for

even more important in my opinion, munity house; 2, vocational guidance the cane they did not ,harvest, for

because in Hawaii the laborer is ,' ; 3, civic beatification; 4, paving the fine crops they burned or plowed Clewiston. Federal Savings

accorded fair treatment and of Bond Street.At 'under, they are to be paid with I

ceives wages ,comparable to re-I the close of the meeting it good American tax-money. The

paid on the mainland, Puerto Rico's I I was announced that Mr. Beardsleyhad payments .he says-Senator 0'- and Loan Association

problems are most serious; it has been 'chosen as chairman of Mahoney, Democrat, of Wyoming I

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