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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 19, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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6 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1940 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PElt YEAR R
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Record Cane Yield Is Lake Project To Get American ContractorsWill


More Than MillionThe


Attained By U. S. S. C. Okeechobee-Caloosahatchoe- I Build New Office


project of the United States Engin-

eers will get $754,000 for construction For Co. '

On Canal Point Forty maintenance work providing and $314,000 the recommendation for- Building Sugar


n of Major General JulianL.
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Schley, chief of engineers is I GROUND TO ICE BROKEN FIRST
,",' AVERAGE OF 99.68 TONS PER I Plans Made For
.' ACRE FAR AHEAD OF Old Hospital Building accepted by Congress. I OF WEEK 'FORFOUNDATION '
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I The report said that $2,690,000 -
PREVIOUS RECORD
Is Now Being RazedThe could be profitably expended in Painting At School

The United States Sugar Corporation I. I Florida during the fiscal year be- The American Contractors, pf
ginning next 'July 1. Most of this Clewiston, a subsidiary organization -
forty-acre of
field
on a sugar building on the ridge which The results obtained by Prof. R.
of Lund West
Ca'nalJ however, was for maintenance of, Chalker and ,
cane harvested last week near was occupied for several years by W. Turk in painting the interior '
Palm firm
largest existing projects and only $888- Beach contracting was
.= \ Point, secured the yield ever Dr. O. F. Schiffll's offices and the 'n'ew of his office :, white during the awarded the contract for construction
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000 was asked for construc-
I attained since the beginning of caneS
Clewiston Emergency Hospital untilit Christmas vacation have been so
of the $140,000 office
99.68 tion, the bulk of this. being recommended new
: cultivation in the Everglades,
moved into the present quarters, beneficial that school offi'clals.are. building for the United States Sugar
for the Okeechobee pro- -
tons per.acre.. I is being razed this week.: planning ,to have each of the roomsin Corporation. The award was
ject.
This field was planted in a It is understood that the building the building repainted in the made the past week end after a '

variety of large-barreled cane' developed I which has been vacant since Several state projects, already same color as soon as possible. : thorough check o( the bids which :+1

_"' by the corporation and the hospital moved, has been pur- approved by Congress, were not In addition to' the painting Prof. were received on Wednesday.The .
'' known as F31436. This chased byV.. C. ,Prewitt who is included in Schley's estimate and
Turk installed fixtures
new lighting
large-barrel-I bid of the firm to which the
. even the amount asked is en- r.
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attains its razed.
.,. ed cane haYing the building Al- with 150-w'att' bulbs. The: room is
'r:; dangered by the sharply restricted contract was awarded was $144-
content late In the and for
season
' I though built largely of _celotex there
considerably better lighted and the 900 and next to the low bid
and was ,
for rivers
budget estimates
this reason, despite the very is considerable framing, flooringand
ex-I strain on is greatly reduced.
eyes that of submitted
$133,970
by W.
} .; cellent yield, the sugar siding which can be salvaged.. harbors work.MUNSELLE.
G. Mangham of Miami. ': ,
.1 will not be above the '
r, about ten and a half average-I Insurance OfficialIs W. C. Owen, assisted by M. M. :( ::;
Rep. Stewart, And Prewitt and C. V. Rafn wilt have :';

acre.The STONE IS charge of the engineering and "inspection '.;";
s shown Guest SpeakerAt
average cane yield, as Attend '
Mrs. Knight on the new buildings and : ,
: by last year's reports, is 38.6 tons I
: '
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the plot was staked out this week: f.1
of cane to the acre but this average GIVEN CUP AS BEST Kiwanis ClubArch '
Executive MeetingMrs. ready for the contractors to begin .
includes small, medium and large work. ":1':
barrel varieties. The sugar aver-
:
The work order calls for the beginning :
' age for last season was 4.11 tons Richard H. Knight and E. FOOTBALL PLAYER Cassidy, manager of the of construction not later :
J, to the acre. Equitable Life Insurance office of
L. Stewart were Hendry county'sdelegates .1
than January 25, next Thursday, :
:. The high yielding forty acres is to the Florida Demo- Miami and a former president of but it is indicated that work will :

.' located in section 34, north of the cratic executive committee meet- Munselle Stone, fullback and the Coral Gables Kiwanis Club was begin before that time. The con- ',,;:

Palm Beach canal near Canal Point. ing held in St. Petersburg the captain of the Clewiston Tiger' team the guest speaker at the meetingof tract also calls for completion of '-j

latter part of the week. Mrs. for the past two seasons, was awarded the local club at the ClewistonInn the building by May 25. ,;!

,A Wallace Would Buy Knight is committeewoman from a beautiful gold loving cup, the Wednesday night

Hendry county, and Mr. Stewart gift of Fr. L. J. Flynn, as the most Mr. Cassidy spoke on insurance,, .

More Cuban Sugar went' as proxy for E. E. Kelly, valuable player on the team for telling the club members that he New School Ready

county committeeman Mrs. Stewart' the past season and other players spoke without a topic but would

accompanied them and also attended received sweaters- letters and other attempt to give them a glimpse be- By February 15th

According to a press dispatch the meeting.The awards at an outdoor barbecue hind the scenes in the insurance :

i from Washington the, latter part of decision that Florida should held at the barbecue' grounds south field. He gave many interesting is
The new school building rapidly -
last week Secretary of Agriculture send an uninstructed delegation to of the Lamooreton Club Monday statistics with regard to the .number .\
;rR nearing completion and Paul
Henry Wallace. 'was quoted as saying -, the national Democratic conventionand evening.R. of policy holders, ,and amounts and .
Bussey, 'contractor on the building
'i ; : that state department officials' that -these ,delegates. should, not W. Turk acted 'as master', of stated that there were' now some- '
stated this morning that he hopedto
were worried concerning: recent I be required to vote as a unit was ceremonies. during the presentationof thing like 113 billions in life insurance have it completed by the, middle

;' : election troubles. in Cuba and said the most important decision of the the awards but speeches were policies? outstanding. of February. -. .[

. they were caused by smaller sugar meeting.; banned in order that the crowd He also explained how' the insurance The auditorium, occupying the

purchases by America. T.' T. Turnbull, Monticello, and would not be too long delayed in companies reinvested their entire second floor is virtually

? In testifying before the House Mrs. Louise McGregor, ,Deland, were getting to the excellent barbecue money and the'methods used in finished and the hardwood, maple

ways and means committee Wallace chairman and vice-chairman of, the supper which had been prepared. making loans-'especially the close floor will all be laid today. Some

was asked by Representative meeting which was attended by Sweaters ,were given to the examination given every applicantfor plastering work yet'' remains to be

Crowther (R-N.Y.) how he justified I I many notables; including public senior members of the football loans. Much of' the money is done in the building and a con-
' A* officials, candidates---=both real and squad as follows: Munselle Stone, '
restrictions on sugar production ia. invested, he said, in railroad rolling siderable amount of finishing work.
continental United States when this potential-and a sizeable numberof Ed Von Mach, J. B. Brantley, Dick stock and real estate. ,During Prof. R. W. Turk announced this

{ '' country required imports for domestic Roosevelt McNutt and Garner Patterson, J. D. Hooker, A. D. Frith four years of the depression the week that as, soon as the buildingis

needs. leaders.A and Hervey Bourne. Letters were insurance companies, according' to completed the ninth tenth,

Wallace replied that sugar was few of the well-known people I given to the other members of the his statement, paid out eight mil- eleventh and twelfth grades will

'r ,a "very special problem" that involved attending were Senator and Mrs. squad: Bill Davis, Jim Davis, Sam lion dollars a day in loans exceed- be moved. When these four gradesare

diplomatic and' commercial Andrews, Mrs. Claude Pepper, Gov- I Lang, Harry Vaughn, Paul Slonaker, ing even the government's expendi- removed from the present build-
and Mrs. Fred P. Cone, Dave Harold and to Dick Owen,
ernor
relations of this country with Cuba Ehney tures for relief during this period.He ing a general rearrangement will
and Latin America. He said that Sholtz, Jerry Carter, Colin English, manager of the football squad. said that life insurance was be made of classrooms but the

the United States now furnished R. A. Gray, Mrs. Hortense Wells, The presentation of the cup to now recognized by every Americanas fourth grade room is to be repainted -

thirty per cent of its sugar against Mrs. Deulah Hooks Hannah, Mrs. Stone was made by Fr. Flynn who one of the soundest invest- and converted into a

twenty per cent a few years ago George Robles 'Conger, and an almost simply read the inscription on the ments and predicted that the busi- library.

and this had caused a reduction in 'complete slate of gubernatorial cup: Most Valuable Player, Mun- ness would continue to grow fora For this library a number of

i imports from Cuba, had caused candidates including Spessard L. selle' Stone, ,Donated By Father long time as it is now growing.In new books have recently been pur-

1 yi serious conditions in that countryand Holland. Walter B. Fraser, Burton Flynn, 1939.. Mr. Turk made the this connection he referred to chased but will not be distributeduntil

has a bearing on, diplomatic Schoef, Fuller Warren, B. F. Paty, presentation of the other awards the sugar problem of Florida and the new library is ready for

relations. He also mentioned the Francis P. Whitehair, Fred L. and called attention to the star on said that when Americans became opening. _Included in the assort-

200,000 Puerto Ricans on relief Touchton, J. H, Clancey and J. W. Stone's sweater signifying his posi- fully cognizant of the sugar situation ment are six novels by: Edna Ferber,

r; and said that an increase in our Kennedy. Two prominent Young ,tion as captain. !, they would force the 'govern- nine volumes by Robert Louis

,. import of sugar from there would Democrats were Robert Avent, and Two 'pigs and half a steer had ment to permit the industry to.'. Stevenson, six volumes by Sir Arthur

:' aid them greatly., Al. C. Block, president 'and national been barbecued and plenty ''of other grow. He complimented the club Conan Doyle, five novels by Louis

; The Secretary also was said to committeeman from Young Demo- goods eats, were provided. The and the city of Clewiston and stated Bromfield, the complete works of

'!I, have made the statement that I crats. group entertained following the I that the local club had the best Alexandre Dumas, ten volumes,
-
t sugar production in this country 1 I dinner with cheers and songs. meeting place in the state.J. : and the complete works of James

is now at a record level and pro- Basketball Teams To Those attending were the foot- E. Beardsley, following the Whitcomb Riley, ten volumes. For

:, tests against the reciprocal trade ball boys named above, parents, talk, made a few remarks the: elementary grades a ten-volume ,

agreements program was coming See Action TonightThe school officials, cheer leaders and Ing a recent article in 'concern-I series of books has been purchased.

chiefly from local areas and pro- other guests as follows: Prof. Turk, I I Business" on insurance which open- "

,;, y moters. Clewiston basketball teams, Fr. Flynn, June ;Hooker, Margaret I ed up 'an interesting discussion with Governor Extends
Von Mach, Louise Hollingsworth, Mr. Cassidy answering a number
boys and girls, will open the 1940
Margaret Von Mach Is season against the Alva teams on Renee Wethington, Leah Richaud, of questions.Mrs. Auto Tag Deadline
Judge H. A. Rider, S. A. Graves,
the local court tonight with the G. B. Sartoris of Canal

Top Woman Bowler strong visiting teams victors in, Mrs. Homer Taylor and daughter, Point, lake representative of the
' .. C. E. Miner, H. C. Kolstad, D. B. According to R. N., Miller, Hendry
., d. previous conference games. favoritesto Equitable Company, accompaniedMr.
Bowden, C. V. collector. Governor, FredP.
win. Allen, ,Keathley Cassidy here and was also a county: tax

, ; One of the outstanding bowling The Tigers have been practicingonly Parkinson, Sandy Bell, Ed Ward, guest at the meeting. Cone has extended the time for

; :. performances of the week was a short time and have not A. O. Oliver, R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. I I purchasing ,motor' vehicle licenses to

";;;,k : turned in by three members of been able as yet to build up a W. C. Owen, Mr. and Mrs. Foy I February 1. ,So, far 427 plates have

;' ,;" 'that bowling Von Mach family, strong offensive play but hope to Durrence, Robert George, Jimmy' Beardsley Is ChairmanOf been> sold of which' 252 were standards -

,-:. father, son and daughter. Wilson, Owen Winn and Mr. and 34 D, 3 W, .3 G, 46 GH, 45
down their with
wear opponents a
Mrs. W. C. Hooker.University State CommitteeJ. JK, 16 GL, 1 L, 4 BB, 16 B, 2 V,
.. It seems that M. E. Von Mach, strong defense. The Tigerettes have
'.'j..',. the father, was instructing his son not had a chance to show their 2Mand3T.!
with the above Information -
',._. Edward in the fine points of bowling strength but lack of material has Economist Together
; E. Beardsley this week received Mr. Miller submitted a report -
for the former was veteran of made it difficult to get togethertwo
', notice that he had been appointed showing distribution of taxes
many years and the latter had teams for practice. Gives Views On Sugar ,
:1 : chairman of the Kiwanis Agricultural on the 1939 roll for the period
: never rolled a ball until the open- Tentative line-ups for the local
r I Committee for the Florida ending Dec. 31, as follows: -
}f- trirof the Clewiston alleys. The teams are announced by Coach -
I 19-Florida district. The appointment was 'niadeby State tax, 4 7-8 'mills, $1,432.83;
Fla. Jan.
Tampa, ,
; : pupil responded well to the lessons Turk as follows: Boys: Sam Lang
''. most J. Ed Baker, district governorfor' county, $4,400.71, schools, maintenance -
country's
should become the
:' and
in
; the third game the and Ed Von Mach, forwards; J.
1940 because of the excellence $6,405.60; schools interest
; father ,efficient large scale sugar producerif
: was somewhat taken aback B.. Brantley, center; A. D. Frith
: ', economic considerations ''gain con- of the report of the local agricultural and sinking, 6152.47; road maintenance -
-'n; : when his pupil rolled .a 208 to beat and Munselle Stone, guards. Girls:
This : committee for 1939 of whichMr. $2,652.70; roads interest
-f} his 204. But both were right proud Marie Robbins, Margaret Von ;Mach trol of national sugar policy.
:' inter Beardsley was chairman. and sinking, $3,055.04; county interest -
of the three opinion. was expressed in an .
:
;. game record, Edward and June Hooker, forwards; Gloria
Prof.. Porter Mc-: mid-winter: and 'sinking, $4,373.14; intangible -
j rolling 160-189-208 and his father McDuffie, Mary Johnson and Flora view today by ,It was reported 'at the and
rolling 198203204. Lee Haven, guards Lendon, University of Tampa eco- conference: held at Sanford on Sunday tax, $515.75; beer
of this week, by liquor license, $3,200.00; total distribution -
But another member of the family Other boys on the squad include nomist."A and Monday
jZ.... was not to be denied and Miss Gus Cantrell, Guy Elkins, Dick system of government regula- Jo Frohock, district chairman of to county and schools,

,: ',Margaret Von Mach,' without bene- Patterson Carol Reddish, Bud tion which encourages retention of the committee in 1939 and also international 23901.55; occupational license,

j" fit of paternal Instruction, visited Vaughn and Junior Waters. Other less. productive sugar growing areas : chairman for one year, state, $505.64, county, $252.82 1938;

the alleys a little later in the same girls are Louise Hollingsworth, means unnecessary expense to theAmerican I that the Clewiston report was the drainage districts $39,985.19;

day and rolled a score of 217 to Betsy Springer, Barbara Broadfootand consumer," Prof.: Mc- best made by any club in eight taxes $1,057.61. Grand total $74-

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ANNIVERSARY '! Arthritis May H


Star Dust Seven Years of Nazi Tactics Be Result of HOUSEHOLD QUESTIONS a -r



Jane* 'The Has Bat' Preference Again Cement Hitler's Grip on Reich Three FactorsBy

To prevent gowns slipping from
To the Bitter End wooden coathangers, cover the
SEVEN years ago this month on January 30, 1933, Adolf Hitler was DR. JAMES W. BARTON hangers with velvet.

By Virginia Vale chancellor oj Germany and began writing the blood-stained -S* ... : -. -" --' -."
history of the Third Reich. In 1930, already powerful, he scoffed when I CAN remember as a boy an Tips of canned asparagus maybe

THE President's son plans old President von Hindenburg offered him a cabinet post; Hitler want I older brother telling .me of removed whole if the bottom'instead -

give us a mystery pic- ed "all or nothing. a wonderful drug that would"cure" of the top of can is opened.

ture-made from'one of the best rheumatism. The new ,.

mystery'plays ever writtenas drug was acetyl Give house plants an occasional

the first release of his salicylic acid ,(as- TODAY'S feeding of a teaspoonful of bone

Globe Productions. It's "The pirin). It does not meal dug. into the earth in flower
HEALTH pots.
Bat," by Mary Roberts Rine- cure rheumatismbut .

hart and Avery Hopwood, A does relieve COLUMN Give your cacti plants .all the

and has everything that a A .p i : r painandthespasm light possible during the winter.
Y '
thriller should have. It was filmed q r /5.t or tightness that aggravates Keep in a cool place and in a dry

by Mary Pickford's company in painful conditions.A atmosphere.
1926, and done again, as "The Bat '
Whispers," in 1931. Norman Foster few years later it was discovered Flowers in Basket
that infected teeth and
will direct the new version.

A tonsils caused rheumatism andit Attractive Chair Set

a felt that with the
nard on the heels of her scrap rAr..Mrc4s'.vwR.aq.uc.1 was cause
with Warner Brothers over her refusal known, and then removed, rheumatism -
to appear in "Married, Pretty "Handsome Adolf" reviews his Old Hindenburg, weary unto death, .would be soon a disease
and Poor," Jane Bryan showed the troops in 1932. during the years he capitulated in January, 1933, and of the G po iQ
studio that she preferred to be mar- was making sensational gains in ev- made Hitler chancellor. They dis- past."Chronic.
ried, pretty and rich-she announcedher ery election. Finally> Hindenburg of- trusted each other from the start. arthritis (rheuma- prl Trri
engagement to Justin W. Dart, fered him the chancellorship, but Here they pose together at the nine- tism) counts more victims than

who is ,general manager of a drug Hitler demanded too many conces- teenth anniversary of Tannenbergbattle. tuberculosis. While not as fatal,

firm. sions., it may be quite as disabliiig."

-f-- ________mu'_'_u ,.. u_
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Mickey Rooney may rank first at cause, focal infection infected '. /. /
the box offices of motion picture a
theaters in teeth, tonsils, sinus,
this country, but in Great
.
tN naty middle ear, gall bladder, intestine
Britain and Ireland he comes second I (
with Deanna Durbin pushing r? r. ,Y. M a a'tC ..q. -"there are three ways in which 1ds

him out of first place. She was not 'ryh tA arthritis may be produced. One is'
among the first ten in this country. iv:. from without (injury or, strain) ; an-.
other is from within (infection). The
'V
.-- third combines these two, the effectof

If you are devoted to the story, Y strain on a joint damaged by seb N.. 7, rci'ar''
The Light That Failed," you'll like (: disease resulting in a vicious circle. : ; I IIQpQ

the picture version, which sticks to Y 1 4 Other factors entering into the cause

the original, even to the unhappy 'n 4 Pn n 4. f.q of arthritis are gland conditionsand
ending. If it's Ronald Colman, rather Y fir lack of vital elements in the

than the story, who's responsi- food. Still more subtle or difficultto

r, .vkyrq, y:,'!{Oasw------.. .,., find is an inher- P eap9q,0
''v) ? nY Rt 't wwS. ited inferiority of,
'
i* tEvents ,, n joint tissue."
JfyM I am quoting from, Pattern 6429
moved rapidly now. A stooge His power secured through these ,: : an article on treat- 1
named Marinus van'der Lubbe (budded moves," Hitler next "purged" his s ment of arthritis by A basket crocheted in one piece
with the ranks of "traitors." On, June 30 -flower medallions
iiII above) was charged r Dr. Bernard Fantus repeated and
"Communist, inspired" Reichstagfire 1934, the world was startled when y; fit, and Eugene. ,F. joined with a few leaves added.
February 27, 1933, after whichall Capt. Ernest Roehm, once a closer hY ':yr 'Traut, in the Journal Sew them together to ,make this
freedom of speech and press was Hitler associate, and anywhere from 'K of the American attractive chair set. The medal-

suspended. The, next month Hitler 'I 77 to several hundred other Nazis y, b.,' .. MedicaiAssociation4 lions alone make a, matching
got 288 Reichstag seats'in,the "elec- were shot. Next Hitler turned to qg As these many fac- scarf. Pattern 6429 contains in-

tion." In quick succession came the foreign affairs. In January, 1935, '-A tors-injury, infec- structions for set; illustration of it

Jewish boycott, outlaw of labor unions having resigned from the League of tion, lack of neces- and stitches; materials needed.To .
concentration camps and Nations, he called the Saar plebi- Dr. Barton sary food elements, obtain this pattern send 15

i church persecution. scite. inherited tendency, changes in cli- cents in. coins to The Sewing' Cir-

p A 9n l s9rvt i sY AFW .a ::; ." 'wY.ytyrKn: ,' y, pF vpysrta.; ,y. mate, emotional disturbances and cle, Household Arts Dept., 259 W.
I others-may be causing arthritis, all] 14th St., New York, N. Y. Y

: must be taken into consideration in

the treatment.For .

i 1riy 'a long time, the usual ,treat COUGHS
;? ment of arthritis was to remove all] NIGHT

infected teeth, tonsils and gall blad-

ders, as they were believed to be
RONALD COLMAN
the entire or whole cause. Today, DUE
f
,Y f t 'a H r '' Y a s ;Yr. :u t i3 A)< while they are not believed ,to be TO COLDSNeed
,
ble for interest in the picture, j $
your
(. '';e. ij the ,whole cause or, in some cases ,
you'll enjoy it hugely, for he givesan :
even a part of the cause, they .are More Than "Salve" To
excellent performance., removed just the same in order to Quickly Relieve DISTRESS!
-'-.''.- build up the general health of the
Before you go to bed rub,your throat,
So do Walter Huston, Dudley patient. By improving his general chest and back with warming, soothing
Digges, and Ida Lupino. Miss Lu- health, his resistance is increased. Musterole. You get such QUICK relief
It is in improving his resistance to because Musterole is MORE than "justa
pino has had a hard 'time of it in salve." It's a marvelous stimulating
Hollywood; she was put into ingenue infection that has set up the new "counter-irritant"which helps breakup _
parts and kept there; now that, at diet method' treating arthritis. local congestion and pain due to colds.
last, she had been given a chanceto "The diet should, in general, be, Its soothing vapors ease breathing.
for
Used by millions over 30 years! 3
show what she could do with a low in carbohydrates-starches, especially strengths:Regular,Children's(mild)and
real role, she had made the mostof as to concentrated, refined Extra Strong, 40t.(* Hospital Size $3.00.
it. starch foods such as white flour,
corn' starch, rice and sugar. If patient -
Hers is rather like the one in "Of 1
Human Bondage" that established In March, 1936, he marched troops into the Rhjneland.. Then came the is very thin, more fatsbutter D
Bette Davis as a dramatic actress. construction of an anti-Commitern foreign pact with Italy whose II Ducc cream, 'egg yolks-may be eat-
Miss Lupino's performance is good Benito Mussolini (shown above ,with Hitler) seemed to have ideas closely en. One serving of meat, eggs or
fish is allowed .
enough to do as much for her. No paralleling those of Der Fuehrer. Soon Japan joined the antiCommiternpact *daily.Appendicitis* .

longer can she be thought of as and Hitler felt secure.: .So much, in fact, that in March, :,1938, he
'
just one of those pretty blondes who suddenly took possession of Austria and thus began the violent program Pain Weaving on Life's Loom
are so numerous in the picture-mak- of territorial seizure that led to war last September. life
We sleep, but the loom of
Be VariedA
ing metropolis.
,....., May never stops; and the pattern
.
!aifpevgawq+ ,+%tw: ws+Y ;n;:" xoo gln qA
-;;.V-- which was weaving when the sun
S IT seems to be the generalopinion
, If you're interested in.the present that the pain in appendicitis went down is weaving when it

activities of former radio favorites, must be in the ,lower right. comes up tomorrow.-Henry Ward

I .., here's news of some of them. Jim side of the abdomen, many health 3eecher.

my Melton is now! known as James 7 /i1r It 4'q ) writers, including myself, try to remind -
Melton, and is a concert singer. ctp fY /r Ii-&L readers that the pain "usual-
;
Morton Downey wound up his sum ,;, apt.'x ly" starts up near the stomach, then
mer engagement at the World's fair gradually shifts down to the appen- 4 Lf

and followed it with an equally suc- dix and 'stops there. It might be "4 Se
cessful one in a Hollywood night well, therefore, to learn that while fort -
club. Singin' Sam is making money : the pain usually starts high in the

by making recordings. abdomen, in a number of cases it 9 PERFORMANCE

Jessica Dragonnette makes occa-. r s w, % s, starts elsewhere.Dr. .

sional appearances on the air:.-and I3' Gordon Murray, Toronto, in o o CONDITION r
when you see "Gulliver's Travels"you'll Canadian Medical Association Journal I ? r9n

hear her voice. Vera Van, 4 -' "' 4 gives an analysis of 1,000 cases I rte' o HEALTHDrop
Leah Ray and Annette Henshaw } of appendicitis whose records in the r

have retired. Y Toronto General hospital'have been

Del Courtney, who features Candid carefully studied. In this group,the Blackmail's Uck-A-Brick la the t
i Camera music over NBC, has proportion of appendicitis in the food trough. Stock do the rest. No
idea from the moviesin male was four to one in the female. drenching. No dosing. Animals
an
borrowed -
keep in healthy working conditionNature's
: his presentation of "previews" of Abdominal pain' was the first symp- way.
his forthcoming programs. Before tom in 80 per cent.* The situationof "STOCK LICK -STOCK. LIKE IT"
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concluding his broadcasts, he playsa tY CQ r pain was (1) general cramps in SOLD by leading Southern Dealers
Lt abdomen 75 cent (2) low- ONE PRICE - 25c
few bars of some of the new tunesto :: per ; right
of abdomen (appendix II there is no Dealer near you write ,
be featured on the next program.It's er part region direct toBLACKMAN
a novel idea, and will probablybe One by one great men called on They did, signing a,treaty on August ), 10 per cent; (3) above the STOCK MEDICINE CO. Y
widely copied by bandleaders who him, trying to make peace... Britain's 23, 1939. Seven, days later Hitler's stomach proper, 7 per cent; ((4) um- I 23 CSt. Chattanooga, Tenn.
don't hesitate to '''imitate their more Prime Minister Chamberlain, above, armies invaded Poland for the light- bilicus oT navel region, 2 per cent; ..
successful brethren. made three trips climaxing in the ning war in which Russia joined a i (5) at side of abdomen, 2 per cent;

& Munich agreement under which Su- couple of weeks later. In 30 days I (6) underneath the stomach, 2 per

detenland went to Germany. But Poland was no more, but meanwhile cent.
ODDS AND ENDS-The New York still the'appetite grew. In March, France and Britain, Poland's allies, Aside from the pain and ,its loca-
Film Critics picked "Wuthering Heights"as 1939, Germany seized CzechoSlovakia had declared war against the Nazis. tion, oxl.er symptoms mentioned are:
1939's best picture It's a little more Loss of appetite was an early symp- I /
; a week later, Memel. Hitler Thus is Hitlerism brought up to
j Mille than ,twenty-six Samuel Goldwyn years since and Cecil Jesse B.Lasky De was getting closer and closer to the date; where will it go from here? On'to tom; vomiting occurred early and in / I trI'
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,began filming "The Squaw Ulan," the first Russian juggernaut, and it was inev- new conquests, or down to a humiliating about 90 per cent of the cases; nau- 1 i ,
motion picture made, in Hollywood. itable that they show uioat. defeat? sea was present often.
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\'.\. \'+ k\y1:,r r'o j4w'iFk ''['n'i'i. ;i'.vK'fAB,:.[ < x r, '' plied the boy. "There's
k.;c plenty of .',
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ners. Christ died for us.:-Romans 5:8. you wait long enough, I'll bring ':
the little beggar out in Australia." '
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'leaders are engaged in a struggle ; '.';j'j

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leader is to be the greatest. They. -S :-j

may attempt to conceal their real l

-- motive under a cloak of highminded FAST iNGcreatesprotectsnatural BURN SLOW BURNING .'.;:

and well-sounding objectives, but hot flat taste in qualities that 1'J
smoke..ruins
I mean mildness,
:::' essentially the reason for their delicate flavor, thrilling taste,
struggle is the desire to be great. L aroma... fragrance a ",::1.
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Tfi RENT tor Wedding and All Formal Occasions on'the,; street. What. a pity it is that '".
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ROSE BUSHES
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The world's ideas of greatness are
. ROSES: Finest quality two year field SERVE THESE LIVER CROQUETTES WITH POTATO BALLS '''
grown. Low delivered prices. Ask for entirely opposite to.God's standards. : "J
list and prices. LANG ROSE NURSERIES. AND TOMATO SAUCESee God's people ought to learn what
, ?,, !,. BOX :92D TYLER TEXAS. Recipes.Below '.
His ideals of life are and to live in ;

BABY CHICKS Just Good FoodIn (250 degrees). Pour the hot syrup accordance with them even in an
> ? slowly into the well-beaten egg unbelieving world. Both they and WiTH
her own'town ,and in her time the world would be astonished at the
whites beating
ChJICk I !ASSORTED HEAVIES SO9ONoCnpples constantly. Add almond -
oCnUsI, Sl' rlOO Aunt Edith was considered a good result.I. .
= .i We Guarantee Live Delivery. We Pay Postage. extract and continue beating
ATLAS CHICK'' CO., St.: Louis, Mo. cook. When prizes were awardedfor until the frosting will hold its shape Dying for Others (vv. 17-19).

the best cakes at church fairs, when tossed over the back of a With surprising clarity and detail J JStOWER

ORDER YOUR CHICKS EARLY for Aunt Edith won her share of them. spoon.' Should icing become too stiffto the Lord Jesus once more revealed -

,. January and February delivery and we But she had her bad days, too, when manipulate easily, a small to His disciples that He: was CAMELSY
extra chicks
will include 10 or more per
100. Write at once for detailed informa this pie crust was soggy or that amount of hot water may be added on His way to Jerusalem to die and
tion. MILFORD HATCHERY, Rockdale, cake fell flat. Aunt Edith used ,to to ,arise again. It is well worth-
'
5- Md., FiUesville P. O. say, "Well, I had good luck with Liver Croquettes. while to note that apart from divine J

my baking today," and sometimesshe (Makes 10-12 croquettes) foreknowledge and inspiration i it

I' .'t:r' The Half-Way FoolS said, "I don't know why, but my % pound beef liver would have been utterly impossiblefor
I
;,S The fools and the wise are sponge cake isn't near as nice as 1 teaspoon baking powder Him to give these facts in such :. ,

equally harmless; it is the half- usual, this time." Luck played quitea Boiling water exact detail. '=:1

.:' wise and the half-foolish who part in the success or failure ofone's is !
:1' are and 2 tablespoons onion (grated) The point we wish to stress B URMNGF
/ the most to be feared.-Goethe. cooking that the Son of God was steadfastly
1 fine bread crumbs mois-
baking, in those cup (
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approaching the death of Calvary.
;; I '' days! There isn't tened with 2 tablespoons water)
He had no desire to live for self,
: Pull Ii anymysteryabout % cup, thick white' sauce to gratify His own wishes, to prolongHis

; Trigger on cooking and bak .2 eggs (well ,beaten) life, or to improve His positionin YOU GET

1. Lazy Bowels and Also ing today; this 1 teaspoon salt the world. He had come to do .

f" J j ,, "four-point plan"eliminates % teaspoon pepper but one thing, the will of God even I'

,; the element to the shameful death of the cross -
Pepsinthe-ize Stomach of chance, and insures uni- Cover liver with boiling water to ,
which there to bear your sins and mine.
baking powder has been add-
.; When constipation brings on acid indigestion form results, day after day: 1, test- I
Let ourselves in loyal devotion
ed. Cook a few minutes until liver us give -
, bloating dizzy spells gas coated ed recipes; 2, accurate measure
"."' '\' tongue sour taste and bad breath your ments 3, proper methods of mix- begins to get tender Remove from to our dying and risen Lord.

.5- ..:.:' stomach is probably loaded up with cer ing; 4, correct temperature for cook- water, cut off tough skin or connec-' II. Living for Self (vv. 20-24). 'A 4 .
" '' I tainundigestedfoodandyourbowelsdon'tmove. and tive tissue, then grind. Mix with Were it not written for us to read, + "
ing
.; So you need both Pepsin to help baking.
'-: break up fast that rich undigested food in bread crumbs,: white sauce, and we could hardly believe that the
'. your stomach and Laxative Senna to pull Reliable recipes and good ingre- ,eggs well beaten. Season to taste two disciples, James and John, who'
the trigger on those lazy bowels. So be dients are available by the score. '
,and cool. Shape into small ball were so very near to our Lord and

? sure Take your Dr. CaldweU's laxative also Laxative contains because Pepsin.its When you've found the ones you croquettes. Fry in deep fat ((375 their mother, who was a woman of: I .fiwmE

r' ; .5: Syrup Pepsin helps you gain that won- like, stick to them! Marked measuring degrees) until golden brown. Drainon earnest faith and sacrificial service I

derful stomach-relief, while the Laxative cups and spoons have done unglazed paper. Serve at once to God,. would be guilty of such an
Senna moves your bowels.Tests prove the away with the old time "pinch" of
with hot tomato If desired
sauce. expression of selfishness, especially
of dissolve
power Pepsin to those lumps of
this and of that and
:,' undigested protein food which may linger "smidgin" croquettes may be dippedin.crumbs, in that sacred hour when He had
iS_ in your stomach.to cause belching.gastric directions for mixing are a part of egg, then crumbs again before deep spoken of His approaching death.
acidity and nausea. This is how pepsin- every tested recipe. Thermometersof
frying. what Jesus had said
izing your stomach helps relieve it of such every kind insure the proper tem- Disregarding
4 distress. At the same time this medicine for and Lemon Meringue Pie. about His sufferings, they apparently -
k wakes up lazy nerves and muscles in your perature cooking baking; could think only of His coming
r'15 bowels to relieve your constipation.So see thermometers for deep fat frying 1 cup sugar glory and in thinking of that they
how much better feel the ,
you by taking eliminate grease-soaked doughnutsor Vi cornstarch
,
cup could covet for themselves the
only ,
laxative that also puts Pepsin to work on
that stomach discomfort too. Even fin- croquettes; there'll be no. sticky, VA teaspoon salt ; chief'' places. What a strange mix- 4 S

e icky children love to taste this pleasant runny frostings or candy that won't"set % cup cold water ture of faith in Christ and an over :
)--
family laxative. Buy Dr. Caldwell's Laxative when the cooking is done
% water J whelming desire for self-glory!
boiling
-Senna with Syrup Pepsin at your with candy thermometers; meat cup
druggist today IDanger 3 egg yolks Perchance some of us have served .a,
thermometers mean roasts that are
Christ with a selfish desire for
1 tablespoon butter per-
cooked to just the right degree of"doneness"
sonal glory and position putting itself -
% lemon
in PryingHe ; and oven thermometers cup juice
forward to influence think-
that pryeth into the clouds are practically indispensablefor 1 teaspoon lemon rind (grated) ing and acting. Perhaps our we do not t>41\S ,

-. may be struck by the thunderbolt. the countless baking jobs in- Combine sugar, cornstarch and see it in ourselves, but are like the <
volved in feeding a family. You'llfind salt. Add cold water; stir until this
who hate-
other seeing
disciples
the recipes ,below meet the re- smooth. Add boil- _......_-- ,
.. John and James
ful thing in were
quirements of the four-point plan.You'll ing water and .
)"1 repelled by it, even as we despise it it .
add them to
want to
cook
your -
yd
,stirring con- )
in others. It. may be that the disciples -
file of tested recipes for "Just Good 'stantly, until mix- "" .
only because they
were angry
Food." ture is clear and ,
had not thought to make the requestfor
.
N thick. Cook 3 min -
: yF UR Silver Cake. utes longer. Beat themselves.III. .

(Makes 2 9-inch layers) egg yolks; stir Finding True Greatness (w.

WORLDS LARGEST SELLER AT lW 2% cups cake flour cooked mixture into them. Add remaining 25-28)). n

4 teaspoons baking powder ingredients, return to flame "Rulers," "greatness," "exercise "

% teaspoon salt and cook 1 minute. Pour immedi- authority" how modern these
Strength From CauseA words from verse 25, sound! They
% cup butter ately into baked pie shell. Top with Ntc.
good cause maketh a strongarm. epitomize the ambitions of the great
meringue.
1%
cups sugar majority of mankind today. Few .> c .

1 % 1 cup milk Meringue. indeed are those in the world who t

Vt teaspoon almond extract 3 whites the to true
egg see way greatness as
Are They Whispering 4 egg whites (stiffly beaten) 6 tablespoons sugar that of the lowly Jesus. In every in- \\ 5\' Y

"YOU'RE SKINNY" Sift together the flour, baking pow- % teaspoon salt stance where they do rightly apprehend '- .' ,': S; u

.. der, and salt. Cream the butter '. and li'out this truth, one
: It's a shame for a girl to miss good Beat egg whites partially; then
is satisfied that somewhere in their
and add 1 of
- times because she looks skinny. She may cup add sugar slowly, beating until mix-
need the Vitamin B of have to know
Complex and Iron the sugar gradu- experience they come
Vinol in her diet to aid appetite and add ture is stiff. Bake in slow oven-
attractive pound Get Vinol today. At ally, beating until G V ((300 degrees) for 18 minutes. His principles of life even though
".2::I your drug store or write Vinol Co., 94 S. smoothand they do not know Him. Only in Himis CAMELS
la laboratory tests
i Wabasha, St. Paul, Minn. recent ,
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fluffy. Add the such an attitude toward life to
burned 25% slower than the average

WNU-7 dry ingredients to Ih1 Send for Copy of Household Hints. be found. of the 15 other of the largest-selling
340'F the creamed mix To be great one is to serve in the brands tested-slower than any of

ture, alternately i Once in every so often you run spirit of humility and selfsacrifice.This That the
them. means, on average, a
with the milk. across a booklet that's practically is the command of Christ. Evenin smoking plus equal toEXTRA

Add flavoring. Beat the egg whites indispensable to a smooth-run. the Church there are not too many

until stiff but not dry, and gradu- ning household. Eleanor Howe's who have heeded that word. If JaOKES
S
1 ally beat in the remaining \
sugar. Fold into the cake batter. just that; it's crammed with woud have less church quarrels, iiI PiR PACE

WHEN kidneys function badly and': Bake in 2 greased 9-inch layer cake suggestions for clever timesavers for essentially they root back to the

'- I suffer a nagging backache, pans in a moderately hot oven (375 economical shortcuts, and desire for greatness. We may not .

,: with dizziness, burning, scanty or too' degrees) for 25 to 30 minutes. hints on cooking, cleaning, first admit that fact, but it is none the a'
,: frequent urination and getting up at aid for plants and flowers, and less true.
':. night; when you feel tired, nervous, Boiled Icing. all the odd jobs that fill a busy
-; all I upset. use Doan Pills. 2% cups granulated sugar homemaker's day. One wonders how great some of
i'. Doan's are especially! for poorly the pillars of the Church would look
% cup light corn syrup Send 10 cents in cointo "House
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working kidneys. Millions of boxes measured against the standard of
Jf % teaspoon salt hold Hints," care of Eleanor a s : :a
used
are
every year. They are recom- verses 26 to 28. One wonders too
mended the % water Howe, 919 N. Michigan Avenue,
country over. Ask your cup how many of the humble, workers of
neighborl 2 egg whites Chicago, Illinois, and get your the Church realize their true great-
1 almond copy of this home making guide, Money
teaspoon extract ness. Such greatness of heart is The Ads Mean

1 DL Cook sugar, corn syrup, salt and now. great simply because it does not so Saving to ReadersTn

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i iI break out with an "announcement. I The "Sunshine City"" did a bang-
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Too Late To ClassifyBy Newspapermen and photographers up job in arranging and conducting '
Florida Published, by every the Friday CLEWISTON In Clewiston NEWS, RAMBLINGS were amazingly popular, and the efforts the meeting and much credit is due

Inc. By B. B. RUSSELL KAY of the political hopefuls to to Chairman T. T. Turnbull and Paul 'I
angle themselves within camera Stansbury for their work to make
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KEATHLET BOWDEN, Editor .:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+:..:..:o(.. range was amazing. Henry the event the success that It was. \
the Associated Press, Paul Davisof I
Political pyrotechnics, in the nature the St. Petersburg Independent

February Entered as 1, 1927.second at class the Poet mall Office matter In We are beginning to believe the of a preview of the fun to fol- Stanmore Cawthon of the St. Peters- Is Your Subscription Paid?
Clewiston, Florida under the Act of old story that the majority of accidents low, burst brilliantly in St. Peters- burg Times, and other scribes as-

March 3, 1897.Subscription. occur in the home. Just, burg the past week-end as demo- signed to cover the meeting, found Subscription $2.00 Per Year i

this week one of the neighbor crats,. old and young, assembled for themselves the center of attractionin
Rate '2.00 Per Year. slipped on a linoleum floor in her the meeting of the State Democratic any group. Even your humble

AdvertUInc Rates On Application. kitchen and cracked a rib-not to Committee. columnist was showered with attentions -

speak of spreading Ice cream with It was a gay and festive party and from those office-seekera Tim Irnrr
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chocolate sauce and hash all over. harmony prevailed despite the storm eager for even the merest mention Do you kno: '
Devoted to the advancement and welfare .
of Clewiston and Hendry County.If Another tripped over a guy wire clouds that, prior to the meeting, led Coattail pulling developed intoa f
in her own yard and spent a few many to believe a fight might de- regular indoor sport as candidates how eat1tIwould

days in bed. And if these accidentsrun velop. caught this or that unsuspectingvictim tobuy
the weather man Is to be believed in cycles-or epidemics-like be
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Through the day Thursday dele- to drag him _or her into a
we'll wake up In the morn- appendicitis seems to in Clewiston gates and politicians from every corner and pour "the old old story"in or

Ing thinking we're In Finland.It we'd.all. better watch. our step. i nool< and corner of the state driftedIn what they hope will be an at- ,build
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to take up every available room tentive ear.Campaign. a
could hardly be said that the If you'd like to know all the at the Suwannee, headquarters hotel, cards bearing the familiar refinance
plain and fancy methods of dismounting ,
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unexpected happened when Gov- from a horse, ask and overflow to others throughoutthe "Union Label" were every- I W1 n
city. Groups gathered in private where in evidence-candidates home
ernor Cone extended the time for pass-
Marguerite, she knows! Ever since
rooms for conference and pow-wow ed them to each other as well as to !
plan
buying auto tags. Dave gave her that horse for Christ- 0u/1.
and while the lobby was constantly filled waitresses, bellhops and elevator
mas she has contended that she ,
with a milling crowd of back-slap- boys.
Governor Cone has announcedhis the horse were brought up under
ping, hand-shaking candidates, dele- The
meeting was pronounced one
candidacy for United States different schools of riding technique. FULL DETAILS
J
gates and. observers. of the best ever held with between GIVEN...
Senator. We'll leave it for you to We've been betting that Marguerite ,
prophecy the outcome of the race. would throw the horse first, but Governor Fred entertained with four and five hundred in attendance.An WITH NO OBLIGATION R RI

evidently ,we're wrong again. feats of strength and'greeted' all impressive Memorial Service, in
I with a booming voice to put at rest tribute to those Democratic leaders
The Tigers and Tigerettes In 11111111
all to the who have passed on, was held Thurs- .Buying a homeof
their first basketball games tonightand The column is In a fair way of rumors effect that his I
week physical condition might day evening.At your own is
you can bet they'll be scratch- saying something one onlyto handicaphim
ing for a victory. correct it the next week. We in his campaign for a seat in the Friday session, the planto 11111111 the finest type

hope to improve with age. The the U. S. Senate. It is, expected that I pledge delegates was voted down Ulilili ofthIiftClewiston

The Lake OkeechobeeCalooshatchee latest is that we have been informed his official announceIrlent will be and it was decided that Florida

project will get' more than a on good authority that our list made this week. democrats would elect uninstructed Federal

: million dollars for construction and of bachelors in the new year issue Equally busy contacting folks dur- representatives to the National Con-

maintenance from Congress It I contained one married man. We'll ing the convention were ExGovernor vention, who will not be bound by

rivers and harbors report of the I call no names, and we'll not apolo- Dayle E. Carlton, Ex-Governor any unit rule requiring them to Savings and Loan

U. S. Engineers. is acted upon gize for the mistake was an honest Dave Sholtz and genial Jerry Carter, vote solidly for any candidate. A

favorably. one, and lots.of r us .have made it. all of whom are expected to toss unit rule resolution was voted down Association

their sombreros into the senatorial
I : The reason for the sugar quotas, Well it's a great week in our campaign to make that race as dif-

'. Secretary Wallace says, is that the crutches neighborhood and ,is for taking Bobbie in the has world his ficult to figure out as is the governor's .1I1 l mIIIIIIIIIllmlllllll!it I I!! i Q III'ul'!:?!! ;!IIIIII I llIImlllllllllll111 I i !NI lIIlllmmlllllllllilllllllllllllllillllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIII! IJ I II !I I I I I11111111mll I l mllilllllllll!LI li mlllllllllllIIl I I [ il irnlllllilll I Ili mll p lillIlm II I iII llIImm i lmIDlh

. administration is worried about melee at the moment.
elections in Cuba. What's the under his own power again. He'sone
\' of favorites and hav- Holding their own with the prospective -
matter, didn't they choose an un- our even NOTICEI
:::: instructed delegation?-Fort Myers ing to stay in bed for two and a contenders were Senator
I. News Press half months didn't spoil his sunny Charles O. Andrews and: Democratic
disposition. He had a big grin Committeewoman Hortense Wells
will be at Alston's Drug Store in 'Clew-
7 Democrats and Republicans alike for everyone, and it's even bigger who have already announced. If

I:?- deeply regret the critical illness now that he's walking around a either of them. were .particularly iston on the afternoons of January 5 6 "
t of Senator Wm. Borah of Idaho bit. The bone in that broken leg alarmed over the vision of such I ,

)T whose death is expected momentar- is knitting now and in practicallyno formidable competition they failedto 9,12,16,19 23 26 and 30 and if
: anyone
time he'll be playing ball with show it.
| ily. Senator Borah is. one of the ,
$- older members of Congress who the best of them. In the gubernatorial "receiving wishes to get an automobile tag pleasesee
;: we all felt, even when his views line" were West Palm Beach's B.
I'
:: differed widely from ours, could The News' first taste of revenue F. Paty, Deland's Francis 'Whitehair,

.. do much to hold the Ship of State I from the political campaign came this Panama City's Clancey,. St. Augus- me

I" ;1. on a steady course. I I week with Spessard Holland's little tine's Frasier, Ocala's Hans Walker,
I ad which will appear each week till Bartow's Spessard Holland, Avon R. N. Miller

: CUBAN ELECTIONS the primary. Mr. Holland is a I Park's Fred Touchton, Jacksonville'sFuller

Y.i Bartow man, who has made an envi- Warren, as well as a, numberof

!, .It would appear that Secretary able name for himself with the others spoken of as probable County Tax Collector

'::. Wallace is gasping at straws in simple and valuable characteristicsof tries who have not yet en-I

... an ment's attempt action to justify in restricting the depart-the personal sincerity'contact' and integrity.with him was Our hearing only- themselves into j that feverish 1 li 1 1I I1 111I1 1 d il!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllilllmll! I I I I! li! I lil i I lIlIIlIil11I""lIIlllIlIllmllllIIlImlllllllllllli"IlllImIJl I i it"I"I i I [! I I lil [II:II!li I U!i J i'lIImllIIl'I !li lmmmlIIIjl''I !J II!f I IIlIImMlmllmmffi/ll1l11111! f ll n / 11 i imlmlm i !hIiVIIDpp'l''

production of sugar in continental 'his address at the dedicationof

United States when he says that the Rowena Longmire buildingin ':":":":":" :":":":":"X"X"X"X .X"XMX":("X"X..X.....X..X..X..XMX..X..X..X"X..X..X..X..X..X..XMXi ......................................
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this country from Cuba Is!!I manner in which he spoke of the :s::. .;...;

causing the wrong kind of peopleto beautiful and fine qualities of the S.S..'f 's._.3.I' '
.:. '.'.S.
be elected on the island and woman he was eulogizing made me .. / Ac.

that diplomatic relations with this believe that all the fine things we ... -: .i"'
'' had been hearing about him were _t._ ENJOY AN 's'"
country are in danger. Also, thata :. ;: \ I 's'+
lot of Puerto Ricans would be ustified. And we'll make one prediction ;.... ,, .....
taken off relief rolls and about the campaign 'Mr. A t+
: given Jobsif -.
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; ; .. :ss
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Holland will find himself at the
we would buy' more'sugar from
t: ALL ELECTRIC .''. ; ..
? end of it with the same fine reputa-; + ; \. ::
: them.We're ;["s' .". .; C 's'
4 and and I :
ion for ability "
honesty
wondering if it had ever ::: :;:::
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friends and admirers
with more .
Ii: occured to the Secretary to examine : ... ...... s C
I t..S. HOME .""! "
than at its beginning 's.
the relief rolls of his own :... .',):,.,:....: .:..;.

,,'; country. Or doesn't his own country The Red Cross has us at it again! :l:;: \t.:: :.. : < : :;:::
1:" matter .in this new role of playing j,: ..." ..,...:: ,:. :.. .. t. ._ .:.
w' It's been since we knit 'j s 1 ..If. "'" s.
many years ti'
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nursemaid to Cuba- and other ; :s: :: .> 'r ::: ,' I :' 'S'C4:
off-shore areas? the first Red Cross sweaters, and :!::.s. .;..;.
!somehow the work goes faster .,and :;.,s. .s"s'

Trying those to of control any Latin-American Cuban politicsor more cheerfully as we realize that ._:;::* .. Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that .:;.::::
the garments are for use among :, .. .s.
V{; country by any method is ridiculous the war refugees and needy ,in .j :::' takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :!::c:
; and seems a rather weak-knee
countries far away. We don't feel := home and that will do efficiently i _*
effort to explain away the injustice : one everything quickly, :: ;
that it will come closer to us than ,.
done to our own unemployed andy this, and the thought is a pleasant :::.:. I and economlca II y. :s ss's':
our own farmers by the reciprocal .
..., ') one. Sweaters, mufflers, clothing #
treaties
and more especially that

s rJ4- "special problem" created by sugar. and made hospital by Clewiston garments ladies are for being the j. ::' One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :!:::::

/.'<: from He any says except that there local is interests no protest and local chapter of the Red, Cross. Mrs. ::_:: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate +..s.;.

.
I Duff is in charge of the production ::
'". promoters but when the majorityof ,I and will have a sizeable box ready .=;::::: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :::;:

<' Americans find out exactly what' for shipment in a couple of weeks. :1 the of it that :::!:
that
'I is happening there'll come a protest J::: one thing gets cheaper more, you use. ; ...

.i that will put Mr. Wallace I I When the Clewiston Inn was ;, .s. ,.s.s,,:,

.:":... further from a secretarial post than i, completed a short year and a half :: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home :;::i:

a Cuban president from Havana ago, everyone: said "that will be _: .c. 'S.'c.
t:":. after a revolution. !' the finest building in Clewiston .for :;::: that is all electric and mo d ern. .S.:::::s:

'-' many years". But plans for the :=:''s'' .?:.y.,
x :_:
Foreign countries tell us we I new office building of the United ._t.._. 'c'.S'y r
:;';, should permit free ,entry of their States Sugar ,Corporation Indicate :t",... .'.S';
'. products while, at the same time,
'
that in a few months the Inn will ;:
preventing entry of our products find its equal just across, the park :;:;: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- **
into such country.. When those who ". ...
facing it. It sounds simply magnificent ::". ...s..
preach free trade practice it we .: : fc.
and we believe we'll all be =: .i'';'
l/. can see how it works.. Meanwhilelet oven prouder, of it than of the Inn. : ::::
: ANT-USE IT EXTRA V AGANTL Y. ; ;
let us produce all our own food requirements ':::

' CITIES EXEMPT FROM TAX :_::".A"s''. .'S":..YF :'.
: .:: .:..s.
r Thanks to the helpful cooperation Tallahassee Jan. 12.(FNS- .:""s'( +.:.

r:. of the National Association of Attorney General Gibbs ruled last :: "Y

t., Food Chains, and the Florida Chain week that cities and counties of .

Store Association, Florida oranges, the state do not have to pay the :"'F AIV ......

1{, "" grapefruit and tangerines are being state tax of seven cents a gallon ;:" .,!.,..t..
's'
F' brought to the direct attention of on distillates used to propel vehicles. ::

,: .' millions throughout the nation. In The Attorney General ruled that :;
.' a drive to aid in moving the state's I the 1939 legislature, in levying the .: Glades Power and Ughtco.J!

:', : citrus surplus, chain stores are tax on gasoline substitutes, did not :i

r using all manner of attractive I apply it to cities or counties or .s' ....
...c.
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; counter and window displays and state agencies. He points out that ::""s''' '. .'..s.
.i- are pushing Florida citrus in their while they are required to pay the .:.,:. .s..s. ..
AA.v
local newspaper and radio advertis- gasoline tax this is a levy on the ::..v AA

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.rATwnAttv 19; ,il940' THE, CLEW1STON 'NEWS PAGE FIVE

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ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC Wm. C. Hodges Dies get votes for myself, but as one 5-Kinds of'Glass Classified '-<

WASHINGTON CHURCHRev. who has the interest of the peoplein There are, 'generally speaking, -j
1; Lawrence' J.- Flynn;" Pastor At Tallahassee, 'Home -fivekindsof- ,-each.requiring a ::I
these' things so: close to' my '
peculiar mode of fabrication and ,2
NE&WSI1 'Mass1 each Sunday morning' at I I heart.." peculiars materials.

8 o' lock,' 'exceptIng' the last Sun-, Wm. C.. "Homestead Bill" Hodges, '"

day of the month ,;'hen' the'time is one of- the leading contenders for I ,:
-
10:30. gubernatorial nomination in' / :
'Ii'I Confessions' are heard every Saturday the 1936 and expected to have been a' ,. --- : ,' ,'" : : >}., -,' : ::': -": ,:-,.' '-jY--: ,:_- o'._ ,:': .J;. :,",':' '..,.;: 1.Iet 1JL'I

evening from 7:30 until 8:30
candidate in the. race this year; I
and before all the' Masses:

l Weekday Mass every morning. at died of a heart attack at his homo I!,.

8:00 o'clock. in Tallahassee early Wednesday' i V : ::

FROM CONGRESSMAN Devotions in honor of Our Ladyof morning.

i Perpetual Help are conducted Hodges stumped the state in '

J. HARDIN PETERSON- Friday by evenings Benediction at 8 of o'clock the Most followed amendment 1934 for the and homestead it was exemption largely : ; ..J i f qi'iv; : P'IUl( :kith( t ,

,
his efforts that the amend "
through :
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Blessed 'Sacrament.Religious' .'
1 I ,
Since my last news letter have Instruction Class for ment was passed and the homeowner "

lost another member by the deathof I I children Saturday morning at nine exempted from all taxes except '-. '

Representative W. Curley of New I I here in Clewiston,. and' after Sunday those for debt service. '

'York. A new Member, Representative I!, Mass in Pahokee. Running for' governor1'in 1936 on 'W1F' rD\0W" 'CA
John Jennings, Jr. succeeding 1} The Mass schedule, of Pahokee is the basis of passage of this amend- i ;;' I

the ,late J. Will Taylor of Tennessee -,II 10:30 every' Sunday excepting the ment he was barelynosed out by, ;_ .
Fred Pi: Cone, .'R''m"'lL1E"ID't I ''F'O'R'M'S': = -' .-
was sworn in. last Sunday; of the month, when present governor = ,
I Mass is at eight o'clock. The pub in the -first primary. He was a -

The House passed the deficiency I lie, regardless of' religious belief, veteran state: senator, from his home : i' 1[,,E-lrT,,E'-,R'FI; "E,'AdrS', } ." ,

appropriations bill providing additions !I I is 'always welcome' in this, church., county! of Leon. i / ,"
I The following announcement was
for the War Department, I I ., .
r received by this office on the 'day' t E'N"E'IL', I'. P J E''S'
Coast Guard, Department of Justice j ReV. Father Lawrence J. Flynn, \ r "
II of his death: ; S '
and Navy Department. Commit I' announces' that' the Sacrement of ) .'
tees are functioning be '- ; !B1III.L: jJ : \ :
regularly and Confirmation will administeredto Tallahassee,,'Jan. 18SpecialForced' l- I ,E1'EA' 'ID S.'' "
;' hearings will be in progress dur a large class on the :15th; of
ing the next few days. I February by the 'Most Reverend out of the governor's race \' '
by his physicians who have warned J. ', ;flhiANyDByI'L! : ; ;IS' '
Last Friday Representative Joe Patrick Barry, D. D. Bishop \of\ the : -- r :. I ;11. ;
him his health will'no permit the : '
.::' Hendricks and I appeared before Catholic Diocese of Florida. The ,
I
,
: :
exertion, State Senator' Wm. C. : '
the sub-committee on Agricultural services' will begin at' 8 o'clock. 'T'J'Q:! : 'K 'E'.TSE :
Hodges couples the announcementwith
Appropriations asking for the appropriations I ,The. '''Catholic parishes of St.
a statement os issues-dear to ,
'; for the Orlando labora Margaret's, and St.- Mary's, Paho- '
''.' tory, field studies at Sanford and, kee; both of: which: Father Flynn his heart-for which he. hopes lie ,T: ; C' .
-
the Winter Haven I will beable to take up' the gage of
: laboratory. Bids
serves as: pastor, have grown in
'
battle before the campaign is over.
were received on the construction membership during this year and
.: of the Winter Haven laboratory a'''l the confirmation class will be oneof' Boldly throwing down the' gauntlet ti,':auprrcesurprisingly! :; :Tow;
to all who aspire to the governorship -
few and
days
ago we were asking'for the' largest in the history of
a small additional appropriation these' missions. Senator "Hodges pro-
claims: "I do desire to see some
for cold facilities.The .
storage The Sacrament of'' Confirmation is
Ii
man as .governor who 'sees eye' to
removal of hyacinths is becoming
:administered' by the Bishop of' the
' ;4 an increasing l.d.' eye with me"' on such vital r issuesas :
problem .Diocese. It is 'defined as one in
Florida. I had'a special resolution which the recipient receives the the r-1

with reference to it sometime :Holy l Ghost to make' him a: strong "Protection-and if possiblethe
: ago. I had the matter with enlargement-of the provisions of
up i and perfect Christian and soldierof

the Army engineers and I am advised I Jesus Christ. In other words it ment.the homestead" exemption amend ; aliit'v. qp int <

, that the District Engineer is :strengthtens the recipient in the ng'
I / ,
"Make effective statutes now 'on I
now engaged In cleaning the water j faith which he originally receivedin
the books to, provide free scholar- I
:,- hyacinths and marine grass from baptism.
ships in 'the state colleges' to underprivileged -
the Fisheating Creek floodway Among those to be confirmed ri .1
children.
channel up to the bridge. It. is from, the 'Clewiston parish are Nora r .
"See to it that the legislature is
hoped that this win; increase the: .0'gl sbI' Sue VonMach Dick
kept, in session until it
provides
flow in the channel and that: this Sch'iffli, "Nick Schiffli, Shirley Tarle-

- will scour' the bed and increase' the ton,: Sonny Vaughn, Dr. B. A. money-not empty paper appropria I PHONE '39' AND\ ,
tions--for dependent children, the
depth. Bourne; Mrs. B. A. Bourne, Parmelia : "
old aged and the blind. I
I Bourne George Yon, Mrs. Judson :OUR: ,' REPRESENTATIVE
"Remove from those merchants
: Francis Mrs.Sydney Crochet, Mrs. '
;
G r e y h o u n.ar. iRa -ce s:I
others From: St. Mary's Pahokee,
; I side concerns who pay no such taxes .
Popular At Palhr B a'rilij'f'
I another class"wilI> be confirmed en "
and thus underbid them. ,
; the. same evening. .
"Seef to it,_ that any:; tax _paying i:
I I The general"public, regardless''of moratorium hereafter declared' be .j. .-..... '-
The greyhound races at the Palm religious-belief? or church affiliation, : "
Beach Kennel Club declared in favor' of those who' have Iier :lJS! ; ;ESTIMAWE'0N;
are proving the is cordially invited by Father Flynn'to i
been paying their taxes 'for 'ears-;
main attraction in the local area attend impressive ceremony. .
not : '
each night and 'some splendid' performances dodging them. YOUR NEXT'ORDERNEWS, .
'
"See' to it that salaries for inspectors -
have been
,
givenby- the :BAPTIST CHURCHRev.
"' and visitors do not eat up '
: various dogs entered in each race. H. G. McLeroy Pastor ,
" money that should go to dependent i
There eleven .
are races on the I \
," children the ; "
aged and the blind.
program' every night, except Sun- Sunday school every Sunday 9:4'a. i. '
days, and each race has been pro .- m. 'B.E. Herring; Supt. Concluding his prepared an-

ductive unusually fine :running.. Morning worship at 11 a. m; nouncement Senator Hodges added
, "one who will do all these
Prices paid for the various wins sermon by pastor. thingsfor : '
;.1 have been very high in several i Baptist Training Union, 6:15 the people should make a good CLEW I'S TjOI1\: 3 '
governor and when I have checkedthe
;
instances and long shots have come ,Arch: Hodges; Supt.
, records and background of the
into first
place
on many occasions 'Evening worship 7:30 by,
sermon
> with resulting large returns to their pastor: niany candidates, I hone my physi-
I
backers. cal' condition will be such that I CHEWISTON FLORIDA
The Sunbeams will .meet Monday
;: can talk to the people directnotwith
: The
daily double, second and afternoon at 3:30 at the. church-
," : ., third any desire to dictate to the
races on each program, has Mrs- Herman Davis leader.
: '>, voters or chart their coursenotas I
also been _
large on '
many All ''' '- '
-. and winning combinations occasions auxiliaries will meet on Monday a candidate making promises to j u. ,;; ._ ,_ ,_ ___.. _. ... .'
? afternoon at their respective
I. placed uy numbers- people.For ".' places.

, the coming -week- program Tuesday afternoon the W. M. S. ==-
of exceptional merit has been will have its regular meet-
: program
arranged. The kennels now contain ing at the church at 3:30.
..HILLS?
; .:; .., 'some the State of the and leading, greyhounds in Tuesday night the Palm-Lake B. DO YOU HAVE fROUBlE ON TJ

Racing Secretary T. U. federation will meet at 8

Allan Macke has' selected some of o'clock in Belle Glade at the Bap-
;:, the best dogs to app'ear in early tist church.

races. Wednesday night at 7:30 Sunday-

" The feature event of each card school teachers and officers will

: is usually the eleventh race which meet at the church, Mr. Dodge

., contains the best performers avail- teaching the lesson.Immediately .
'
;,; able. Because of the general following at 3 I

efficiency of the dogs the results o'clock the regular mid-week prayer I

;- of this event are continually service. l''v ._ h
+
:
:
, ing and each night's chang-I On Thursday morning at 1"0't.! .
; '
vides fresh thrills and m. the Palm-Lake association will
,
i 'to the thousands of people who visit hold its regular quarterly executive

the track. Photo finish equipment board meeting here in Clewiston. :

-: has been called into frequent use This is the first time the associationhas ZHpT

in this and other events and the met in Clewiston. It is an all I ABED

decisions in every instance prove 'day: meeting and very important,

.' the value of the camera. and it ishoped there' will be .2'0'

From West Palm Beach buses'' large attendance.

leave the corner of Clematis and

Dixie at 7' o'clock each evening 'COMMUNITY CHURCH

., .. and at 20 minute' intervals there-

', after. Return from the track is The worship hour begins at 11a. \

made after the running of the final m. The topic of the sermon will" I
-
J : race. be "Building a Character." The

Minors are not permitted to attend service is especially, for the young m

;- the races. people. J. E. Beardsley is the

choir director and Mrs. J. M. Dotyis

PENTECOSTAL CHURCH pianist.
South Clewiston The Bible School begins at 9:45a.

m. and B. C.. Flaniken is the L 0 I a
Services Every Sunday: superintendent.The .

Sunday school at 9:45. Christian Endeavor Society

I Morning worship at 11 a. m, meets Monday at 7:30 p. m. and

,. Young Peoples meeting, 6 p. m". Louise Hollingsworth is the leader -
'
!' Rev. M. M. Dudley, director. and Lee Pridgen is president. '

'r' r Evangelistic services, 7:30 p. m. There will be the installation ,of ffM

[ Tuesday evening service 7:30 p; officers at this meeting. Those to

in. be installed are Lee Pridgen presi-

,, Friday evening service 7:30 p. dent, Louise Hollingsworth, vice- Ajip006 iF=opM! LUBRICATES ,UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES

m. president Betty Spicer secretary-

, The public is cordially invited to I treasurer, Maxine Doty scribe. to INCREASES POWER SAVES WEAR. .
o
attend all services. KENT PENDLETON,' M

! M. ''M.; DUA'LEY'pABtor; Minister, '__ & ,-, ,
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PAGE SIX THE CLEWISTOJT NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY '19, -1940.


I ing to Mr. Lilly. for the registration of electors In
Wild turkey, quail, chuker I the following: places. ,
par- Precinct One, Alston Drug j Store,
General Motors Builds 25-Millionth Unit tridges and other huntsmen's delights Parker T. Wilson District Officer.
will also make up an interesting Precinct Two, Cities Service'Station, c
Josephine Johnson, District Officer
exhibit framed by the State Fish Precinct Three, LaBelle Drug Store,
and Game Commission. Wade M Cartee, District Officer. .
Precinct Four, Denaud Post Office,
:Mrs. Clyde Crawford, District Officer
Precinct Five. Felda Post Office
Mrs. May Atchley, District Officer.

Et TO SELL JOHN Supervisor L. HALL.of Registration

Hendry County. FlorIda.
'EM, TELL No. 23-Jan.19-26. Feb. 2.

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for Rent


FOR SHERIFF

I wish to announce myself a can-
didate for re-election to the office
of Sheriff of Hendry county, subjectto
the Democratic primaries In May.
I am making this race solely on my ..
record of law enforcement and fair "
dealings to all, and I assure the peo-
ple of Hendry county that the policies Trespassers
of this office will not change.
Your vote and support will be ap-
preciated. Will Be
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DISTRICT REGISTRATION BOOKS
,4:"yyAN
t: ',- K a k.Z)a rw" lJb'r open from the first Monday in Feb-
;' ,iy. ruary' (February 5th) and close first >
Monday In March (March 4th). ,
: Hours these books are to be kept
open are from 9:00 A. M. to 12 M. and
s" .from 2:00 to 5:00' P. M. i
+rt i4ir ""' -, COUNTY REGISTRATION BOOKS
open in the Supervisor of Registra-
:'
Brief ceremonies were held in the Chevrolet assembly In photo, left to right:C. E. Wetherald, general manu- tion's Office at the Court House, from
r.: plant at Flint,January 11,marking completion of this car, facturing manager, Chevrolet; Mr. Coyle; H. H. Curtice, the first Monday in March (March Realty AndDevelopment
the 25-millionth unit built by General Motors. In behalf general manager Buick Division; A. P. Sloan, Jr., chair- 4th) to and including third Saturday

r L' of the thousands of workers who had a hand: in its manufacture man of the board, General Motors; Fred Brown, veteran preceding(April 20th)first. Closes primary midnight, which, April is
r; 75 members of the final assembly line crew handed Chevrolet employe; C. S. Mott, vice president General
v M. E. Coyle, Chevrolet general manager, a commemorative Motors; C. E. Wilson, executive vice president General 20th.Hours these books are to be kept I
: scroll for presentation to W. S. Knudsen, president of Motors,and Mr. Knudsen. open are from 9:00 A. M. to 12:00M
f.:1': and from 2:00 to 5:00 P. :M each
General Motors. Veteran
Chevrolet Corporation'I
employes, and execu- The car was taken at once to Detroit, to play a major day Sundays excepted. (Chap. 196G3:;? :
: tives of the Buick and AC Spark Plug.divisions, were part in the "March of Men and Motors" celebration .Acts of 1939). 'I
I.e' present as special guests. staged that night in the Masonic Temple. The registration, books of Hendry I
I County, will be open In the Precincts ,



x Holland Qualifies large number of them commenting representing every size from the

favorably on my candidacy. I ,have minnow to the largest to be foundin .'
rf
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For Governor been welcomed everywhere by the state waters. FAMOUS HOMES IN HISTORY -

communities finest citizens and Fresh water bass will be featured:

> have been pledged support of per- for it is in Florida's lakes that this : '
e sons in every walk of life. I have specie find their natural habitat: ;, .
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19 .
Jan.
Bartow, (Special)-
found nothing to discourage me The largest in the world are to be ;.
? Senator Spessard L. Holland, candidate '
and feel confident that my friends found in Florida, according to Dr.
,
for Governor the .
subject to ," :
; in every part of the State will increase Kennedy. More than a million anda I '
: coming Democratic primaries, was
my support as the campaign half are propagated yearly in the .-
scheduled to return to his state progresses." .
& headquarters in his native city today .... state fish hatchery at Winter Haven j" J _
"'. and Used for-stocking lake, -,' .*-. .. : '
; '
Northwest
following a trip to ; .
Florida during which he officially Display of Florida Fish Practically every variety of' preda- .

qualified as a candidate before Sec- tory fish will also be shown and \

retary of State R. A. Gray in To Be At Tampa ,Fair I all aquariums will be labeled so 7eme o 4

Tallahassee. that professional: and amateur Isaac \
"
The trip included brief visits to Tampa, Jan:-(FNS)-Using 21 Waltons can readily identify them. "HOME, SWEET HOME'This
communities in Gadsen, Leon, Jack- There will be educational featuresto
small and three large aquariums, OWN
son, Washington! Holmes, Walton, the exhibit'as, well as the Interesting I YOUR
Okaloosa, Santa Rosa,. Escambia, Florida's Fresh Water Fish and display of the many varie was the home of John Icrum

Bay, Gulf, Liberty and Calhoun Game Commission will present the ties. Howard Payne, author of one HOME '
.' .
;
: c unties. Senator Holland made no greatest. exhibition of game fresh In the huge new outdoor aquar- of America's best loved songs

political speeches, spending his water fish ever produced in Floridaat ium where last year porpoises were

'' .. time meeting old and making new the State Fair here, Jan. 30 to shown in salt water, alligators, Let us help you achieve the security 'r- ,
+ friends !"
and conferring with supporters Feb. 10.That turtles and other denizens of the r

t.::?' in regard to his speaking cam- is the contention of Dr. I. deep will' be displayed in fresh and comfort of a, home of your own

paign. N. Kennedy, executive secretary of water. Otters and other mammalswill

"I feel that my efforts duringmy the commission and P. L. Lilly of also be shown. ---,

eight years in the Florida Senate Winter Haven, chief conservation I Live game of every description, .

1r for legislation to benefit the officer of the first congressional. wildcats> deer, squirrels and many Clewiston Federal Savingsand

""; people of the entire state are paying district. other species of fur bearing animals,

'.;:..' their reward," said Senator Every specie of game fish indigen- will be displayed all alive. There J

: ,. Holland. "Newspapers everywhere ous to Florida lakes and streams will be no mounted specimens pre- Loan
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FRIDAY, JANUARY> 10, 1D40 THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE stVEIQL


A. W. Lawrence and J. E. MRS WOODWARD HOSTESSTO LOST-Brown Shaffer FountainPen. FOR MODERN PLUMBINGSee '

Beardsley spent Sunday and Mon- I BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAY Initials C. W. B. Believed

ji day in Sanford ,attending a Kiwanis between Seminole and Receiving W. B;, McCOLLUM :;

t Personals 1 convention. Mr. Beardsley is presi- l Mrs. V. C. ''Woodward was Station. Return to Charles' Benson Plumbing and Heating : .

dent and Mr. Lawrence secretaryof I hostess Wednesday afternoon to -Reward.It. Schult Apartments .
the local club. members of her bridge club. Mrs.R. pd.FOR Clcvt iston, Florida
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C. Nowling won a bath towel ';oj

Cy Cruze, of Miami, was a business Mrs. Carl Johnson is substitutingas and cloth as high prize and Mrs.C. I J.M. COUSE J
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visitor in Clewiston this week.J. manager of the local Western E. Miner a bath mat for low RENT-Two Sleeping rooms. ,,;
.( Union office for a few weeks, dur- prize. Phone 76. F. L. Williamson I Counselor: ,and Attorney at IMVT '}'

E. Beardsley was a business ing the absence of Mrs. J. M. Mrs. Woodward served a dessert It. Hopkins Building
i I! lYedne daj,*, and Saliu'H '
visitor in Miami on Wednesday. Fountain, who is taking some time course, salted nuts and coffee to .J
'::' off for a needed rest. Mrs. Nowling, Mrs. Miner, Mrs. Foy I 9:80 to 4:00 ;:I
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R. M. Hare Jr., I !
Durrence Mrs. i
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Mr. and Mrs. Campbell E. Nail OFFICE, MACHINE SERVICECO. I ; \
::'. were visitors in West Palm Beach Mrs. 'R. Y. Patterson and Miss Mrs. R. J. Lee, Mrs. J. G. NiblacU ,
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; '. '. Sunday.: Jean Patterson left Friday for Jack- and Mrs. A. C. Carlton.ST. J. B. WILCOXTypewriter MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL ,:

-''' sonville, where Miss Patterson will.I nnd ,Adding Machine ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS '.:
: reside In the future. Mrs. Patterson MARY'S' SPAGHETTI Repairs and Service Maps .Estimates
Also. of All
c' SIgns Kind ,
-: Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Hatch and I ,
; went on to Pensacola for a SUPPER AT DjELLE GLADE Box 401Rlasscn JOHN H. DOTY ':',
children and Mrs. R. M. Mason I
few days' visit with relatives.A .1, :
i > spent the week-end in Key West. : Engineering, Consultant
fo- .
\ I The annual spaghetti supper -
4 the benefit of St. Mary's Altar Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla. ":.;
of friends called at the
group :
: Miss Christine Chapman spent [ Society will be held in the Womans Selentlflcnlly; Ilrokcn LCMMCK
F. L., Williamson home Tuesday; Fitted nnd Repaired Duplicated
i the week-end in Miami visiting evening for a game of bridge and 1 i I Club, Belle Glade, on Thursday eve- DR. P. D. GUDBAUROptometrist I 1
relatives. to celebrate Mr. Williamson's birth- ning, January 25th, ,' beginning at

day. Included in the group were 6 o'clock., Phone HIS 5 Collier Arcade. Cash Bargain Price :
,.' Mrs George Bellamy has returned Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mr. This affair has become an institution Fort Myers', Florida $875.00LOT
Successor to K. H. Oakley
from extended visit with
an the Lake section and is
in'
and Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
relatives in Jacksonville. attended by people .of all I
W. F. Simpson, and Mrs. Patten. ; widely
denominations.Last I Johnson's Fish 20 BLOCK 176
< CampNear LOT 3 BLOCK
I : 203
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Miss Hazel Prince was a business
the'supper netted the
4 Dale D. Newton of Peoria, 111., year LOT 11 BLOCK 381
visitor in Okeechobee Monday eve- the'' Hurricane Gate
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1- Is spending some time in Clewiston.Mr. Society 102.00, and provided All three, centrally located in

ning. Newton is ,connected with the funds with which a cement side- Clcwiston, Fla. Clewiston-Only 875 cash .
'' Caterpillar manufacturers and is walk was built outside the church. Boats and Motors-Guide Service
Mrs. Jack Barnes, of LaBelle is W. GLMPEL
here giving a series of instruction This year the ladies hope to make Rates ReasonableW.
visiting her brothers, Richard and 325 Cedar Ave.,
classes to employees of the Clewis the supper an even greater success.St. '
G. H. Small and their wives. H. Johnson, Mgr. Minneapolis, Blinn.Bowling .
ton Motor company, Caterpillar I Mary's Altar Society, Mrs. A. I

dealers. C. Krumseig, president, Mrs. J. A.
/ Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. W.' C. ;
I( Pike, secretary-treasurer, has beena
Owen and Mrs., F. D. Duff are
Father L. J. Flynn attended a very potent factor in carrying on
z visitors today in West Palm Beach.
meeting of the Altar Society of St. I the work of the Everglades parish.

1 Mary's Church, held In Belle Glade The public is cordially invited I
t Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stewart are I
; made for the to attend this Tickets for -
Tuesday: Plans were supper.
spending today in West Palm Beachon
business. annual spaghetti supper to be heldin I adults are 40 cents, and for children -

I the Belle Glade Woman's Club 25 cents. There will plenty of Is an amusement, a recreation and a health builder

Mrs. E. E.. Mrs. T. B.l next week. On Wednesday and food for all. .
Kelly, Every muscle is exercised in a year around game
: Mrs. Thursday Father Flynn was in Pa-
Z. H.
Shelley and Shelley spent.
Thursday and Friday in Miami.. I; hokee, where the Catholic churchis ADULT BIDjLE{ CLASS HOLDS BOWL IN CLEWISTON AT

___ 'J being remodelled and repainted. SUPPER MEETING AT MANSE
,. The A and B Bowling Alleys
bkN. Mrs. J. F. Curry and son, Gayle,
;MRS. SCHARNBERG ENTERTAINS The adult Bible Class of the
Mrs. B. C. Flaniken and Bettye
Carol Flaniken were visitors Monday AT BRIDGE PARTY MONDAYMrs. Community Sunday School held a Hours 2:00 p. m. tillEgfRRI9oftssof
ti I in Miami. I supper Friday evening at the manse.

H. J. B. Scharnberg enter- Those attending were Mr. and -- --- .-.-- -- .- -- -- .--. ---', .. --, .
I' Mrs. E. Rev. and _:- - : -- .. '
tained with J. Beardsley, p -- -' -- -
vx Mr. and Mrs. Thos. B. Owen have a bridge party Monday I
; moved into one of the new houses afternoon and with a Michigan I Mrs. Kent Pendleton, Mr. and Mrs.R. .
party Thursday. N. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
s recently constructed on Pasadena i
f Y' Ave. At bridge Mrs. W. C. Prewittwon i Graham, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Perry,

"f a crystal vase as first prize, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mr. and r

'. Mrs. Fred Topper who underwent Mrs. F. D. Duff a double deck of Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mr. and Mrs.

':, 'h':" an appendectomy, at the Clew cards as second prize and Mrs. F. Harvey Guthrie, Mr. and Mrs.
Manning Keen Mrs. B. C. Flaniken, I
: } 'r iston Emergency Hospital Thursday 1M. Rodriguez handkerchiefs as .
. :.'" ;: evening is recuperating nicely. booby. Others playing were Mrs.E. Mrs. H. C. Jones, Mrs. Joseph
'\ -:", r Robbins, Mrs. Jane Whiteman, ,E.,
'-' C. Mills, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. I
.t'; Mrs. G. E. Etherton is spending I R. D. Mumford, Mrs. P. C. Tarle- J. Post and Adolph Driggers.

.", this week in Miami visiting her I! ton, Mrs. Fred Henricksen, Mrs. 25
H'I I I
.'' '. parents, Mr. and Mrs. F., R; "Max TV Vaughn,' Mrs., W. C. Owen .-,. - --- .- '. .
.7YZ. well. Mrs. O. F. Schiffli. Sandwiches, 0 1flCLUDIf1 GTA X 0Ng
t coffee and decorated cakes were 'I RS o p'

Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, I j I served. SCHOOL NEWSEditor I ADMITTED DO_ ThLE '

; Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrance and On Thursday Mrs. George Bellamy 2nD 3S fCE

<< Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Crow are plan- j received a pair of bath towels as _._........_... Dick Patterson : POST *
ning to spend Saturday in Miami. i high prize at Michigan and Mrs. J.
Assistant Editor .... Doris Hodges TIIviE
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F. Morrison was awarded an apron. ;
. ,: Mr. and Mrs. Solon Crews and Strawberry shortcake with coffee Sports Editor _.... Dick Tarleton 8.15

Miss Alma Crews of' Fort Myers I' was served to Mrs. Bellamy, Mrs. Assistant Sports Editor BUSES

} spent Sunday here with Mr. and R. D. Royer, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. Louise Leiter I I L AV COfiNER CiEMJTJSj
Mrs. E. C. Mills and family M. W. Bigg, Mrs. Bessie Elliott and Society _.__........ Marie Bobbins POD we r #r TTyfwyMNT r
S STARTING 7 PN ,
I Mrs. Morrison. Features and Clubs, Julia Oglesby

! Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder. I IIII Humor 0"'-''.__'__'''. Ed Von Mach I

.' Miss Marcia Avant and Wilbur Goff SHIRLEY' TARLETON HONORED Advisor ............_._.......... Mr. Lado
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:. ,are planning to attend "Gone With III WITH PARTY ON BIRTHDAY

"j.): the Wind" in. Miami Sunday.Mrs. .
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Mrs. P. C. Tarleton entertained .
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S C. L. Downs and Mrs. C. J. I with a children's party Saturday I _

Lovvorn are spending this 'week afternoon celebrating the ninth NINTH GRADE SPELLING BEE j' r / ,
"ji' end in Miami with Airs. W. M. birthday of her daughter, Shirley. The ninth grade spelling bee was i
: Redelsheimer.Rev. Several games including pinning the held in the auditorium on Monday ;
', January 15. Betty Berg won
tail on Ferdinand were enjoyed, during -
S and Mrs. H. G. McLeroy attended the afternoon and prizes were with nineteen words 'spelled correctly. I ,
t.rf the Sonny Vaughn and James '_
annual Florida Baptist I won by Gene Mills, who receiveda
'. convention held in Lakeland this gun, Sally Graham, who was givena Brewer tied for second place with I
i 5 5 week." I coloring book, and Edward Bourne eleven words spelled correctly.' L
_
(.' who received a ball as consolation Gloria McDuffie spelled ten words I
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Mrs. V. C. Woodward, Mr. and prize. for third and Isabelle Mills nine

:>, : :Mrs. A. H. King and Rev. and words for fourth place. I
Ice cream and cake were servedby
;,:. Mrs. H. G. McLeroy are spending
tomorrow in Miami. Mrs. Tarleton to ,the guests. EIGHTH GRADE SPELLING BEE f ,-. - ,_.. .
Those invited were Bobble and The eighth grade spelling bee -' - --. q- -. -.' ,_ ., --.' !

j. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Nail, jr. of Carline Berner, Jo Ann Crouch, was held in the auditorium on j

1 f.. : Pahokee, are parents of a nine Kim Kolstad, Bub and Gene Mills, Friday,.January 19. Norma Bussel
pound son, who was born Monday, Kay Bowden, Shirley Owen, ,Sally and Ernest Oliver tied for first ', I New Merchandise I II

: : January 14th. Graham, Catherine Dyess, Corinne place with eighteen words spelled I Spring
and Eleanor VonMach, Dick and correctly. Janey Brantley spelled

1 : Mrs. Delmar Roedel, Cleveland, John Schiffli, Edward Bourne, Mary fourteen words and Netty Pearl :

Ohio and R. C. Castlin, West Palm Louise Thomas, Shirley Kruger, Norton spelled eleven words. The I
Beach Harry Vaughn, Louise Prewitt, class andover Arrivinqnatty i
were business visitors in eighth grade is a large (
Grace Ward and Jane Edwards. I
,
f Clewiston Thursday. a hundred and forty words

f"i were spelled before all took their 'I y
J. Misses Betty Spicer and Mildred MRS. ALSTON HOLDS seats. This was the last of the A y

{', Durst, Ed Ward and Sandy Bell HIGH SCORE AT BRIDGEMrs. series of spelling bees. .- I .s. .Y.

L'i.. day were evening.visitors in Fort Myers Satur- D. G. Alston won a white S. O. -C.-=-SOCIETY Ii I j :_:: Ladies Hats in Felts & Straws ::

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.' pottery vase as high score prize I y
The S. O. C. Society was entertained :
'- S Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson and and Mrs. G B. Thomas a similar by Carlton Prevatt and Dick I Chambray Dresses
.... Mrs. Olin Carleton were guests of vase as cut prize when the Wednesday Owen at a Sadie Hawkins Day I

friends In Moore<<; Haven Friday eve afternoon bridge club met party. The regular Sadie Hawkins ,
rr" ning. this week at the home of Mrs. J. of fun and I ]
race rendered
W. Ezelle. laughs. The guests plenty were dressed :i: Slack Suits = Sportswear i

'' J. E. 'Bearsley and A. W. Sandwiches, cake and whipped as characters from the comic sheet, I :: .s.
; Lawrence attended the mid-winter cream and coffee were served by "Lil, Abner." Prizes were given Shoes +
;': conference of Kiwanis Clubs of the hostess to Mrs. R. N. Smith, for the best costumes and Renee I :;: Play .- : :i:

';,!'.'.,. Florida in Sanford Sunday and Mrs. Carl Johnson, Mrs. Thomas, Wethington and Ed Von Mach won i
': Monday. Mrs. Alston, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. the prizes. There was a corn-

:Hrs. Blanche Turner, Charles William and Mrs. Lanier L. C. ,Miller.G. Mrs.. K. Bowden patch husking wedding.contest* Refreshments and a real were Dog- I. i_: The latest in wearing apparel of all kindsPARKINSON'S jf:_:

Turnery Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Lee and served and there was plenty of .t
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Major Lee will motor to Miami A:S. MEET Kick-a-Poo Juice and hamburgersfor Y

tomorrow to see "Gone With the all.DEIVVTE.
Wind." The G. A.'s met at the home of i J

Mamie Trice Monday afternoon. AND DRAMATIC CLUB .t..t.
Among those planning to attend "Forward Steps" was studied in I The Debate and Dramatic Club
"Gone With the Wind" in Miami preparation for the awards. All had a formal meeting Tuesday. We + x
Sunday are Misses Audrey Mc- the members were present. have ordered new play books and I :;: THE COMPLETE STORE :!:

Laughlin, Julianne Oglesby, Pat Mc- I Mrs. Trice served cookies and expect to have the play sometime q

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I Those Ancient Giants

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that The before Book the of flood Genesis"there records were

THE GIFT WIFE giants in the land."

Science thinks it has found some
of them in Palestine. If science

is,right, then modern man.is more .
gigantic, a more splendid physical

specimen.Sir ._
', Arthur Keith sketches the
.,: By RUPERT HUGHES scientific story, in the British
O RUPERT HUGHES, -WNU SERVICE journal Nature. He refers to the

bones ,,of men and women who
lived 50,000 to 100,000 years ago in

SYNOPSISDr. bad happened to remember the right at the Cathedral towering above least 'a taker of cities instead of Palestine. He quotes Genesis on
charm. He waved his wand andyelled'Abracadabraprestochange them like a storm cloud. tickets. On demand Jebb broughtout giants and says:

David Jebb Is a passenger on the Of all the eyes that have staredat his pocketbook and produced the "The fossil people we are now
'crack train the Nord-Express. with Ostend o, snicker-snee!' that carven mountain in the many remainder of a ticket and a half'to dealing with are almost worthyof
for as his America.immediate With destination.him is five-year-old He is bound Cynthia "And you should have seen that centuries since it began to upheaveits Ostend.He such a name. The men were
Thatcher his charming young temporary genie wilt. He got down on the, mass above the town, not many was informed that his train tall; four of them range in height
Gaines ward former On the classmate train they and meet fraternity Big BI! ground and said, 'Please, Massa eyes could have regarded it with less was, "Vor langer Zeit gegangen." from 5 feet 8 inches to 5 feet 11."

brother of David's. He tells Gaines of his Sindbad, don't put me in the bottle observation. The child's thoughtswere With an air of angelic patience
mission and of his one unconquerable vice any more. Let me work for you.' turned inward upon the fasci- Jebb informed the man, whom he
-an overwhelming desire for liquor. Jebb You see Cynthia, some people have of the the called "Mein lieber "
feels the urge coming to him again and nating mysteries gift genie General, that
wants to safeguard the child, whose father: the magic charm, and they can brought to Miss Bridget Sindbad. he desired and 'intended to take the
Is dead. and whose mother waits her com-: make the bottle-genie work for them Jebb's eyes ran here and there like train standing before him. The
Ing in America. During a stop. Gaines
leaves the train to buy a present for Cyn and cheer them up and be their foxes in a cage, with the restlessness guard, greatly touched by the title
thia. The train pulls out without him. Then slave, but other poor fellows don't: of a 'man in torment. (he had been a soldier, of course),
Jebb minor Is accident.slightly, but A fellow-passenger painfully, injured gives in a know the word, and they become the: His shifty gaze was caught by the informed the distinguished sir that M 4 /

him a drink which makes his desire for genie's slaves. sign of the Dom Hotel, with the coffeehouse the train, was no longer the Nord- w xfer
liquor all, the stronger. Cynthia, like most of her sex, was adjoining. People were Express, but the Ostend-Vienna Ex-
not for moralizing, but for plot. So seated'at tables. Some of them were press' and that. other tickets would

CHAPTER II-Continued Jebb went on: reading the papers one finds there. be required.
-4- "Sindbad said, 'Look here, you All of them had some liquor be- Jebb replied that that made, noth-
black rascal, I want lo get home fore them. Jebb shivered with desire ing to him out, and went to the
After Cynthia had wasted a long and see my little daughter Susie'-" his knees wavered. The genie ticket office where, in German of
and weary while of tenderness upon "Her name ith Bridthet." of alcohol was fuming from the surprising correctness, he called for
the wretch whose torment was so 'My daughter Bridget, and I, bottle and he knew no subduing one and one-half tickets. The man

much beyond her comprehension, want to get home quick. D'you un- charm.It in the cage naturally inquired, I
she grew fretful of her own account derstand?' And the genie said, 'Yes, usurped his will. He could not though in less aristocratic German:

and began to ask for a story. "Tell Massa Sindbad, you're agoing to be wish to subdue it. Everything on "Please, for what station, my
me a story, Nunkie Dave." da in a jiffy.' earth became a mirage, the two sir?" 's

"I don't know any. new ones, hon- I "Whath a jiffy, Nunkie?" things real were the thirst consuming Jebb smiled airily. and quoted a Zinnia0LSY
ey." "That's something I never couldA him, and the relief at hand. remembered line.
"Tell Thinthy about madic ,car- Throwing off irresolution as some- "What stations have you?"
pet." thing contemptible he stalked ma- The beard within waved like
From his chaotic remembrance of jestically across the street, the lit- wheat and the ticket-seller answered
that tangled chaos of countlesscolored tle girl toddling alongside haud pas- with a laugh.

skins, the "Arabian Nights," sibus aequis. "Frankfort-am-Main, Homburg,
Jebb brought out a twisted yarn: She never questioned the probityof Wurzburg."

"Once upon a time there was a her guide. If she felt a little "Wurzburg, eh? That tastes good
poor old sailor named Sind bad, and fear that they were going too far it to me. (Das schmeckt' mir gut.)"
he was sailing across Sahara in a was lost in her trust of Nunkie'Dave..
ship of the desert, that is-the back She made one comment as her feet CHAPTER III
of a camel-you've" seen 'em at cir pattered across the rough cobbles of

cuses. the city: blooms
Gorgeous in
Hovering a little this side of
sleep
"What wath the camelth name ,
"It don't thmell'like Nun-
Nunkie Dave?" kie Dave." cologne, his drowsy eyes saw, or seemed to wealthy profusion. Your //t

"The camel's name was Clarence, A voice came from his high-held see, through a, window of quaint yard aglow all summer.
I think. And he was thinking of his head and alien design, a distant tower of
beautiful little daughter." : soaring stature, just visible in ,the Buy .the convenient way

"Oh, did the camel have a daughter She"So panted Coleridge as said she ,ran honey.: dim light of daybreak. At its top- from your dealer's.display.FR'RY'S :.
?" most tip the rising sun had coaxeda
"Who wath he Nunkie Dave?"
,
rose to bloom. The rest of the
"No, it's Sindbad I'm speakingof.
"He the who the
was man wrote
still
slim shaft
." was enveloped in violet -
"
"What wath her name, Nunkie r 'Ancient"Who wath Mariner.he,' Nunkie Dave?" shadow.In "
Dave?" a balcony circling the tower he
"He was the man who slew the DATED
rather
than descried
imagined a SEEDS
"The Bridget
daughter's name was albatross." -
'mote of a figure and rath dreamed
I believe-or Patricia, I forget ,
which." "Whath" a albatroth, Nunkie than heard a voice far, far away,
Dave?
"Where did ''little Bridthet live?" and crying:
"It was a beautiful bird, honey, "Allahu Akbar! Allahu Akbar! Al-
"See here, young lady, am I telling ''t111 and the man that killed it suffered lahu Akbar! Allahu Akbarl"!
a story or passing an examina r horribly of thirst. You must never, It was only on its fourth intonationthat
tion? If you'ret careful, I'll make never slay the albatross, honey- he made out the words, and
you tell the story. She lived in Constantinople never slay the albatross. It's the then they meant nothing to him.
I believe. Can you spellit unpardonable crime."
There followed a chant in the same
,
? The curls shook "It'sa
violently. Strolling along the Domhof Jebb
strange language, so mellowed by
C and an I and a constanti, and a and Cynthia soon reached the Dom
window of quaint and remoteness that it interwove with
steeple and a stople and a constanti- Hotel. Jebb took the child to the
alien design. the dream-rug on the loom of Jebb'sdrowsiness. 1
nople. dining-room, told an elderly waiter The words were strangeand
This old lyric entranced the child find out, honey. But the genie knew to' bring her what she wanted, cau- there was no meaning only a
and she had to learn it. But once and he brought out a magic carpet." tioned her not to stir till he came foreign music, in that concluding Within Walls r
mastered, she was hot on the trail back and kissing her good-by made The noblest deeds of heroismare
"Did he have it in his pocket? phrase, "Prayers are better than
of Sindbad the sailor. And she forced had." straight for the wine-room. sleep," which the drowsy and dubi- done within walls, not before
have
the frantic mind of Jebb back into "He must the public gaze.-J. P. F. Richter.
Cynthia had never heard of Casa- ous muezzin, weary of the steep spiral -
he in
could
"How get a carpet a
the harness., He went on: bottle?" bianca, but she shared his grit. stairway, adds to the sunrise
"Well, as Sindbad was sailing She and.'the waiter, who spoke a lit- Azan.
across the sand and sailing across "You'll have to ask But him.he Geniesare it tle dining-room English, and had When his eyes actually perceivedthe How To RelieveBronchitis ,
the sand and a-sailing across the very peculiar. brought five or six little Kindchen of his own, minaret through the latticed window .
sand what should he see ahead of out and spread it on'the ground, and became great friends. It was a and made out what manner of
/' him but a-a bottle." said, 'All aboard! -and Sindbad pleasanter place to wait than on a room he was,'in, he sat up with a
it and the genie said
The word was out and it was likea stepped on' i burning deck, but Cynthia's appe- start. He fell back immediately. His
knife in Jebb's heart. But he 'Hold fast! and rang the Sindbad bell twice found, : tite was soon sated, the waiter nerves jangled like a harp thrownto Bronchitis, acute or chronic, Is an r
moment
the next
churned on: > and speedily emptied his English vocab- the floor. Inflammatory condition of the mucous
"So Sindbad said to the camel, himself at home in,, Constantinople, ulary, and his bag of tricks for To move his head ever so slightly membranes lining the bronchial
and his little girl-what do'you sup- tubes. Creomulsion goes right to the
'Whoa, Dobbin!' first she said?" amusing a child jaded with delay. was to put himself on the rack, but seat of the trouble to loosen germ
.the thing
With the fanatic accuracy of a pose was And still Jebb did not return. Loneli- curiosity forced him to endure the laden phlegm,increase secretion and
child in matters of narrative, she "She said, 'What did you bringme ness for her playmate, and terror for turning of ''his face so that he could aid nature to soothe and heal raw
insisted: for a prethent?' his loss agitated the child, and she study his whereabouts. Wonder filled tender membranes.Tell, inflamed bronchial druggist mucous to sell

"Hith name was Clarenth." "That's just what she said. And was fretting: him till he thought he was back ina you a bottle of Creomulsion your with the
her father said to the genie, 'Here, "I want Nunkie Dave! I want Nun- dream. understanding that you are to likE
"That's' right. He said, 'Whoa, you black rascal, what did we bring kie Dave!" And then that cry fail- The last thing he rememberedwas the way it quickly allays the coughor
Clarence, and Clarence whoa'dandSindbad And the took of drowsiness trainin you are to have your money bade.
the little girl? genie ing, she began to whimper: a sense on a
threw out the rope fire. out of his suitcase the most beautiful "I want my mamma!" Germany. But this was neithera CREOMULSIONforCoug:1S
and climbed down and tied
escape -but here we are at. Cologne, At last Jebb arrived at the door of train, nor Germany. : Chest Colds Bronchitis
Clarence to a hitching post that happened honey. Let's get out and take a the dining-room. Cynthia precipitated "This is Japan," thought Jebb, ,
to be standing there, and he breath of air and see the Cathedra herself, across the floor with a who had never been there.
picked up the bottle and pulled out !." shriek of'joy ,that disturbed the solemn He lay on a sort "of wall-platform,
the cork with a corkscrew he always Cynthia, like many another, cared room. The waiter followed to covered with a heap of cotton mat I if
carried, and as soon as the cork
more for the architecture of event explain with much joviality and tresses. Over him were spread
was out, what do you" suppose poppedout than of stone. She insisted: some policy, how long and well he quilts of delicate fabric. On the
of the bottle?
had entertained his charge. floor were many rugs tinted like
"Milk?" "But what did the genie bring the g
little ?" Jebb, with a remarkable magnificence heaps of autumnal leaves. 4 a i qet'
girl i
"Not milk but a-ugh! a genie!I" "
"We'll the suitcase when the 'of manner, called for the reckoning -' "This is Persia, he concluded, : d This magnificent
open
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"A is-well it'saerseethat train starts again. It will do us and paid it with a gold pieceof thinking rugs. never hotel offers you one r
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big genie cloud out there that looks good, honey, to stretch our legs a ten marks, and bade him keep been some to Persia.At vaguely. later period ho of the 700 most:

like a giant on a draught-horse? bit." the change. thought he heard the creak of an p f comfortable beds in
Well, a genie is a terrible being as Jebb was impatient to be moving. The rain of gold had begun. Mr. opened door, and his own leaden Maryland; tooth-
big as that-a kind of a horrible He could not imagine what was in Croesus was himself again. eyelids seemed to creak as he some Maryland
fairy goblin demon. And he had the suitcase, and he felt that if he Leaving the 'voluminous waiter heaved them ajar. The door was delicacies in either "

been corked up in that bottle by an sat in the train another moment he palpitant with admiration, Jebb tookCynthia's indeed slightly opened, and peeringinto of the fine restaurants -
old magician, and he was just ach- would leap through the window and hand and they went backto the room was ,a face. It was and
the station. In his other hand he ; your
ing for some fool-er fellow to the glass flying.
poor carry the black and glistening skull of a
"favorite"... mixed
come along and pull the cork so that Taking Cynthia by the hand he still grasped the Gladstone.His Negroid-something more than a
he could chew him up." ; descended from the car, leaving all manner to the child was one Negro and less than a man. In the Marylandmanner
"Woohl"! gasped Cynthia, cuddling their hand-luggage except the small of lofty tenderness, of the courtesyan (TO BE CONTINUED) in any of
closer. Gladstone containing the precious ancient knight would have showna hk the bars or the luxtI -

"That's what the genie said: drawings. This lie carried in gingerly ladye of high degree, mingledwith Public Health StudiesA urious Cocktail
Wooh!' You see he had been lockedup manner, his turbaned thumb the absentmindedness of a poet German-language newspaper in Lounge. $3 to $6
there about three million hundred yelping with pain at the slightestjar. whose thoughts were busied with' Paris and a German-language weekly single.BALTIMORE .
years and he was hungry, and he some great theme. in Zurich, Switzerland, analyzed E :
was just going to gobble Sindbad up Learning that the train would rest "Seems to me, honey, that the trends of public health in Germany. ELORD 8A JIMOR [
when-" at Cologne some minutes, he struck train was headed other way whenwe From official figures, they both reported .
"Umml! Did Mr. Thinpat, get' out across the platform. Cynthiawas left. Prob'ly-probab-ly I'm mistaken that deaths of infants and tto1 (
cared?" hungry;, the loss of the oranges Get turned round easily in mothers at childbirth have risen
"Scared! His teeth went clickety- had whetted her appetite. There foreign countries." more than 10 per cent since the advent y

click like this train. But, just as the was a refreshment room in the station In his eagerness,to board the train of Hitler, while cases of some MARYLAND
genie was sprinkling some salt on but Jebb thought they would he tried to walk over and through a I communicable diseases have increased ., '""- /'

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That's Flowing"How an writer, "should all 'wear a

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said. After I had tried 20 dresseson nose!

a woman, she said, 'I think Some people stick to the truthso
'I'd look nicer something flow-
closely that
nobody can getit
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jump in the river" "What would you do if you

won $30,000 asks a corre- ;

Easy Task %// spondent. Nothing, for one year. ,
"Father was very pleased when I told, r We always thought exercise
him you were a poet" reduced flesh-until we saw a
"Oh, I'm glad to hear that" .
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"Yes, the last of-my boys he tried to -
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Ir h I ti ''lilIJilI! 1 kI ,:.t, f \\7AS; there couch like the picture -

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= ::; in'the'
J' H family "sitting room" when
"The greatest man that ever you were a child? Let's get it
1 lived was Johnson-broad-minded, down from the attic, for just see -
tolerant, generous, big-hearted and what can be done with it! .
brilliant, yet he died with all his ., First paint the front of frame;
talents unsuspected." then cover well up onto the head ,:1.'
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out so much about him?" ,, v I use bright cotton upholstery '
"I married his widow." J, :;
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Sensational Relief from Indigestionand PADOIN
One Dose Proves It I Lb : ;
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,. black tablet doesn't bring you the fastest and most q7: eeerre es .
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complete relief you taro experienced send bottlo s e.refRaasar. ,
back to us and get DOUBLE MONEY BACK. This .rrr .n ]
the stomach digest food.
Bell-ana tablet helps '
mikes: the excess stomach fluids harmless and ley rsiar.oseanae.r
you eat tho nourishing foods you need. For heart.makings .- e-- d .
,>\ bum tick: headache BO often sour end ,4
excess stomach d you feel j
Kick an over-JUST ONE DOSE of Bell-ens proFca frWNU
FABRIC OVER
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speedy relief. 250 everywhere. COTTON BATTIV ',::1

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1' Hurry and cunning are the two I-- BRAID OVER EDGE ,:
f apprentices of despatch and skill; :
but neither of them ever learn terial. Remove stuffing at high '

?' their master's trade.-Colton. / end. Now, make box-like end ta- t
,, bles like those illustrated. The :-:

_ _ _ _ S..HDM I dotted lines indicate how the ';
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couch fits under these box tables. <

: ',: ',.,' f / Z! lw ;, IIJGf A) i3uT. Now paint tables to harmonizewith
5 l 'i iN Y UT fabric. The final touch is
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THROAT with the upholstery material.
Has a cold made it hurt 73viSuT NOTE: Full directions for '
even to talk? Throat rough ", A changing an old iron bed into the ;,
K; and scratchy? Get a box of 'J :, f < .
latest style given in Mrs.
are
::,'' Luden's.You'IlfindLuden's lr : =1o specialingredientswith I3UT Spears' Book No. 3; also step-by-
; cooling menthol,a great :;. T'r step directions for making "The
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aid in helping soothe that : :;;;o.- ::
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sandpaper throatl"LUDEN'S z
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5<* : ing ideas for Homemakers. Ask

'' Menthol Cough Drops/ : >d for Book 3, enclosing 10 cents in
,' ,i coin to cover cost. Address; Mrs.

: E \ ,, Spears, Drawer 10, Bedford Hills,
\ New York.

F } Playing the ,Fool ,
People are never so near playing -
; ;. : the fool as when they think 'R

themselves wise. Lady Mary 1 NweAJ1T The Better Way to
Wortley Montagu. "

: l3y' U Correct ConstipationOne

p. way to treat constipation is
'I to endure it first and "cure" it
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PETROLEUM JELLY aeoid having,it by getting at its
You MuST 'cause. So why not save yourself
0P < w -r ", "'T +l. those dull headachy days, plus
Look Within Arr'uDEof the inevitable trips to the medi-
Within is the fountain of good, l" INTENOE.' :>- ',e1 w cine chest, if you can do it by a
simple common-sense "ounce of
and it will bubble if thou
ever up, J ME91TATfoN r50ME'yIME prevention"?
wilt ever dig.-Marcus Aurelius.. If your trouble, like that of
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By millions, is due to lack of "bulk":
ty CM. in the diet, "the better way"is to
Payne eat Kellogg's All-Bran. This
# FELGODHere crunchy, toasted, readytoeatcereal
I ,, Is Amazing Relief of need. If you eat it regularlyanddrink
Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels plenty of water-you can
I 'no1 f If you thInk all laxative: not only get regular but keep
1ftzii ,.'l'-7j; act alike, just try thla regular, day after day and month
.1rt4.7 call vepetabir laxative.6o ? after month I All-Bran is made
mild, thorough refreshing, I CALL
invigorating. Dcjendable by Kellogg's in Battle Creek. If
tired! feeling relief when from associated sick headaches with, bilious constipation.spells I THAT MISREPRESENTATION your condition is chronic, it is
get a 25e box of NR from wise to consult a physician.
your Tfc .
Without
Risk *
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U not'delighted, return the box to us. We will p I-1ow l
refund the purchase

StNR Tabled today.fair. r.' ,. ,, ''Q 'LiH: ,Art of PleasingYou

i I C-f can please people if you

r. \ Worthy Help ,. \', ; .. .. .0' .
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T: down; yes; and, help to keep from I': '. ." .. r .y.QUICK..RUB .
being thrown down. .

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9to r9urd .., P" "
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"t"J ., ,'. "\,.,., ;'" ',' ', "'.- ITS GOOD WORK. FASTER. x
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or\* i f i/ .;; :+ The Bell Syndicate Inc.-WNU Service TIMES/ MORE MEDICATION

35 per bottle THAN ANY OTHER SALVEy

: -Mentholated 'C cosoted 1i SOLD NATIONALLY FOR M '

?HEY DONT LOOK 'MUCH :.... COLDS'Ml/SCULAI/ ,
OLDER TMAN AND NASAL A1/SERIES./
A Lost USE UPER-MEDICATED
Day SIXTY f 'A: ;
The most completely lost, of all ,
days is that on which one has not TO ME'
laughed.-Chamfort. I
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: :, The paths of glory lead but to

: the grave.

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LA0.GE rbmE 1 6, J. Millar WattWNU "MIDDLE AGE" WOMEN

1 I r..w$1.10 r 'IAns S s smiling Thousands thru have this cone'try
log timo" by taking
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rAGE TEN THE CLEWISTON 2EW1i! FRIDAY, JANUARY 1&, 1040

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NewsJ >i;.i'. "Phillips, Jack 'Davis and Billy program should prove both enter- Tampa EconomistContinued in 1934.
ScHool
Toules; Indians, Wilmer Bishop, taining and educational.' Admission "The sugar yield of Evergladescane
Gene Bledsoe, Edward Bourne, Ray prices will be 25c, 15c and lOc. increased from 5.83 per' cent 't

(Continued From Page 7) ;'Croy, Bobby Hanna, Bennie Mc- ( from page 11 In 1928-29 to 10.22 per cent in
In February. Call, Richard McLeod. Donald Pratt, Margaret Von Mach-. Lendon declared. 193839. This has been attributed
Moore Haven has proposed a ''Fred :Young, Nadine Andrews, Janet Florida's Everglades region has to Improvement in the cane through
Dobbins, Lena May Johnson, Mary become
debate and we are seriously con- a potentially efficient sugar breeding as well as more efficient
Lou LSJes, Shirley Owen Lula producer due to improvement of "
sidering accepting their challenge. i (Continued from page one) grinding methods.
Adams, Mildred Marotti, Dorothy resistant sugar cane, he explained.This .
top both her father and her brother While Florida has been allotted
THIRD GRADE GIVES PLAY .Thompson. record for improvement was started by only ninety-four hundredths of one
and hang up a women
the Dutch atthe East Java Exper'lment -
The third grade presented an bowlers to shoot at probably for per cent ((63,170 tons) of the coun-
Indian play "Corn and the Buffalo"for SCHOOL MOVIEIt some time to come. Station, where a new varietyof try's sugar market for 1940, less
assembly'Thursday.. is hoped that a portion of cane, called P. O. J. 2878, was efficient
areas are receiving un-
Tarleton, who has rolled
Dick
the Green Corn the school will have moved into propagated.
Scene one was II warranted protection, according to
building by the middle of less than a dozen games, took high "Subsequent to the appearance of
Dance; scene two The Return of the new Prof. McLendon. Louisiana was
the first scoring position for the week with P. O. J. 2878," he said, 'the United
the Buffalo Hunters and the thirda February and one of pro- awarded 5.35 per cent, or 359,653
planned in the new gym- 232. Mrs. T. B. Shelley rolled a States Department of Agriculture !
scene around the campfire.Cast grams tons, the beet sugar areas 23.19 per
of characters was as follows nasium is a movie to be presentedon 187 for second place for ladies. established an experiment stationat cent, or 1,559,695 tons. Other
: February 14 'as school benefit. Plans are now being made to Canal Point, Florida, to develop shares of the 1940 U._ S. market !
Four women, Joyce Lewis, The movie is "Exlorers of the organize a group of teams for tour- I cane that could be grown in Louisiana. Puerto Rico 11.94 per cent, care "
Corrine 'Von Mach, Christine Es- World" and is a full length fea- nament play and a meeting will In 1928-29, sugar productionwas Philippine Islands 15.41, Hawaii
penlaub, and Gladys Jackson; Chief ture film made up of best shots probably be held next week for this attempted in the Everglades, 14.04, Virgin Islands .13, Cuba
:Medicine Man, Charles Miner; from the actual' experiences of five purpose. Tournament scoring sheets using cane from the Canal :Point 28.60 and all other countries .40
Medicine Men, Alfred Dodge, C. J. famous explorers, recorded by camera. and record books have been secured station. Its success was evidencedby per cent.
Johnson and Wiley Daniels; Gray In addition a splendid comedy, and it is probable that several the increase 'in cultivation until
Wolf, H. M. Dixon; Running Deer, "Laughing Monkeys" and another teams will be organized for the city (checked by the quota restrictions
Robert" Wlandt; Hunters, Jack feature film will be shown. The tournament. l applied by the federal government Subscription $2.00 Per Year


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