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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 13, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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r VOLUME 15; NUMBER 1 CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1940 SUBSCRIPTION-$2.00 PER YEAR



,' AMERICAN LEGION Sugar Quotas Are [DEFENSE PROGRAM, -American Legion Is U.S.S.C. HOUSING OF'!


Given For 1941The Entertained By Scouts

!" FAIR & CARNIVAL .---:- I SCHOOL WILL BE MIGRANTS LAUDED :'

I I Secretary of Agriculture this Clewiston American Legion Post

CLOSES TOMORROW week announced. the sugar quotasfor i OPERATED HEREThe No. 93, sponsors of the local Boy BY MRS. ROOSEVELT .
[ 1941 a total of 610,116,817 Scout troop, were guests of the

tons of which the mainland cane Scouts on Tuesday night at the

I h area, namely Louisiana and Flori- Scout Hut at a fish try and cake 1 i;
The annual American Legion National Defense Training The United States Sugar Corpor-
da will 420,167 tons, the sameas shoot. It was the regular monthly
get designed to offer train- ation was the recipient of
festival staged this week wasp :: i Program, some !
II the revised quota for 1940 and meeting night, of the legion post.
p significant for two outstanding d(>- ing to rural youths between the very favorable publicity on Tues-
velopments. First the Legionnaires much less. than the original 1940 !i. ages of seventeen and twentyfiveyears The Scouts arranged the p.arty, day of this week when )Mrs. Eleanor +:
I. quota. did all of the cooking themselvesand .
made a successful attempt to bring will be started soon in Clew- Roosevelt praised the work being

I to Clewiston a cleaner group of Last :year the original quota for i iston and carried on through the I the Legionnaires attending were done in behalf of interstate migra-

r :1 entertainment concessions than informer the two states was set at 422,823:: I vocational agriculture departmentof I highly complimentary in their praiseof tory workers by the corporation.

years. Second an exhibit tons and was later revised to 420- Clewiston High School with J. the boys' culinary skill. Speckled Members of the house congressional I
I P. Keen instructor.The I perch, fried to just the right shadeof committee investigating the '
i tent was installed which while 167 the same as the, figure as problem ;
liberally patronized from a financial ed for the new year. announc-I federal government, says brown, hush-puppies pickles and offered by these migrants join .

point of view was' but scantily used amount it is understood Mr. Keen, has appropriated ten coffee. made up the menu. ed MVs. Roosevelt in lauding the ;

I. for exhibits. da's share is less than 60,000 tons. million dollars to be used in settingup Scoutmaster Charles Benson call- efforts of the corporation to pro- ;

At the entrance of the exhibit house here training schools for these youths ed a mobilization meeting of the vide proper housing facilities for i
Sugar operations are
'J tent food stand whether troop for Wednesday afternoon and these transients.Mrs. .
I 'I was a operated by proceeding''' very: satisfactorily and employed or unemployedat
I I ; the Junior Class of the High School. the present crop is showing a very the present time. Florida's appointed a fatigue detail to cleanup Roosevelt paid a hurried '

: I ...' This space was bought by Alfar satisfactory yield of sugar. Construction share of this money is $166,000 the hut and premises. and a surprise visit to one of the ;

I Creamery and f donated to the Junior ; of. the new two-million / and will be used in about a hun- The fruit cake shoot which followed Corporation Villages last spring ..

i' Class which sold hot-dogs, ham gallon molasses tank has been com- dred communities of the state. This the supper aroused much at Azucar where she was met by

burgers, coffee ice cream and pleted and steel is being erected on means that the Clewiston school will rivalry W. C. Owen proved the F. E. Bryant, eastern division'

drinks? for the benefit of the class ,the new sugar storage warehouse. get approximately $1700 for this best marksman. / superintendent, and to whom she ,

treasury.The I program to be' set up if expendedby refers in her remarks to the com t

; : exhibit of the school was June '30, 1941. Forty per cent Xmas To Be mittee as "the Quaker gentleman". l
I! outstanding. It was a scale model Fred Davis SpeakerAt of the funds available may be expended Play She mentioned the visit in her

j of the school grounds, and close for equipment and the remainder column a few days later but thisis

I inspection revealed the great amount: Kiwanis Meeting used for salaries of teachers Held Thursday Night the first time she has been out-

of pains and effort that went into I maintenance and repair C'f I- spoken in praise of the corporation
\
_
! its construction., The red brick machinery and equipment made Village management."It .

grammar school building and the I Fred' W. Davis, instructor in necessary by the operation of the II other The county'schools Clewiston school, will as close the is interesting that Mrs.
the Everglades Sugar Institute I f
u. white high school building were in program necessary printing duplicating next Friday for the Christmas holidays Roosevelt notes the favorable conditions
u.JfI' which is carried on by the United
mimeographing and blueprinting which exist
the in
proper positions, and grounds our villagesand
and on Thursday night will
State Sugar Corporation was the
were made with care. The various and'necessary office and is willing to appear before the
I be presented the annual Christmas
guest speaker at the mid-week meet-
i trees were duplicated as were the janitorial supplies.All in the school committee and testify as to these "
play high auditorium.
ing of the Kiwanis Club on Wednesday -
, I!, football field and bleachers, the boys and young men who I conditions" said Jay W. Moran, '.
evening at the Inn. The story concerns the visit of
basketball court and the. agriculture may be interested in these coursesare vice-president and general manager i
a of children to Santa Claus
'institute group
: building. Adjoining the school ex- Mr. Davis explained the. urged to contact Mr. Keen at of the corporation in commenting !
and their entertainment by him with
; hibit was a table containing the set-up which provides classes one the Clewiston school as soon as pos- upon her statements at the hearing.
day a week in Clewiston and in songs and dances by the various
exhibit of the school garden. This sible. Mrs. Roosevelt revealed that she
I toys represented and by the c3il'I -
Canal Point for corporationmale
had a fern background and a sugar had personally inspected one of the
The to be offered
courses are:
dren. Santa Claus reminds the
mirror pool, bordered with rock, employees or their sons or far I south Florida sugar plantation
A-l. Operation and of
: care repair.
'I children that he must visit the
and a gravel patch to the arbor at independent cane growers and their'sons. tractors, trucks and automobiles projects and considered it an example -
church before he distributes
Students are started at the presents -
1 the entrance. Two china ducks of what intelligent planningby
(including both and Diesel
I gas and the church is Introduced
beginning .with soil formation, etc., scene -
swam on the pool. growers and operators could do
engines). A-2. Metal work, including I in' the second act. This ,
i The Clewiston Garden Club formed anataught the fundamentals of welds to help solve the problem of the :
simple tempering, drilling,
scene includes several
:: sugar production and manufacture. I carols sung itinerant millions. J
a miniature formal garden, using and She contrastedthe
shaping machinery repair.3.
by the Glee Club and the Christmas
I Field employees are taught various
II j various potted plants for the. border. Woodworking. A-4. Elementary electricity project sharply with other near- .
I A pink flamingo stood in the waterof methods of sugar cane culture and story being told in living picture by camps. :
I including operation, care and form.
II a small pool. A poinsettia potted the various diseases affecting cane repair of electrical equipment. I Chairman John H. Tolan of Cal- t

ii I dwarf marigolds, sweet alyssm and the sugar house employees are All grades will be represented in ifornia, of the committee, com- ;

!I. and roses lent color. given mechanical instruction. The the play with the Glee 'Club junior mended the Florida sugar industryfor

i I I A woods' camp, complete with purpose of the course, Mr. Davis chorus from the fifth and sixth its work in this respect, citing

; bed-roll, -camp-fire and. cooking said, was to give employees a RAILROAD UTILITIES grades and the' toys represented by testimony previously given his
utensils was set up*' by the ,Boy better: idea--of the 'vrovtc: *ti -which grades 1 to 3. Junior. Waters will group. ; )

I .I Scout Troop. Space 'for this. exhibit they. are engaged and to make for take the part of Santa: Claus. Congressman Claude _V.__ Parsons! "

I I was donated to the troop by better efficiency and cooperation. GROUP ARE GUESTS I. of Illinois, another member, said

Royal's. There are now about sixty attend- Ladies In Wreck Clarence Bitting, head of the U.
The commercial exhibits includeda ing the class in' Clewiston op S. Sugar Corporation Florida pro- F

new model Chevrolet sedan, shownby Thursday mornings.Mr. OF U.S.S.C. SATURDAY On Ft. RoadMrs. ducer, testified in the Alabama

the Hub Chevrolet Company, anda Davis, at the conclusion of Myers hearings, and "described the plan-

new Ford DeLuxe Sedan placedby his talk asked for the members to I tations in such a way that the

the Hendry' County Motors. question him on phases of the work II Delegates who attended the convention J. A. McGehee and her committee considered the job his j
of the National Associa-
Radio which they failed to understandand I
Clewiston and Electric Shop sister-in-law Mrs. G. R. Cason company is doing as outstanding in
tion of Railroad and Utilities Commissioners ,
-
: they took full advantage of the
I exhibited a new GE cabinet radio, I I suffered only minor cuts and bruises this field".
in Miami from
a Philco combination radio and opportunity to ply him with questions Tuesday Mrs. Roosevelt discussed the
i I through Thursday of this week and I when the car in which they were
which he readily and under- she
, phonograph and kitchen equipment camps of migratory workers
returning from Fort Wednesday
Myers -
who the next few
I are spending
days I
4. standibly answered.
including a GE refrigerator; a afternoon skidded on the wet had observed in Texas and Florida
visiting of interest in this
points
Norse gas-burning range and kitchen Following the talk the members I pavement and overturned. The car and remarked about the "bad r
section of the state will be the "
cabinet units. drew names for the annual Christ- I wrecked and the food", conditions and the "bad" *
luncheon tomorrow (Saturday was badly escapeof
The most representative commercial mas meeting gift exchange which ) of the guests United States Sugar- the ladies from serious,, injury environment in which people live.
: exhibit was that placed by takes place next week. After the was considered miraculous. "That condition", she emphasized,
?i the Beardsley farms. This showed gifts are received by the membersand Corporation at the Clewiston Inn. "will be very serious to us in thefuture"
Patton of the Florida The accident occured on the
a great variety of staple farm pro- enjoyed during the evening Secretary ;
Railroad narrow asphalt road in Lee
Commission is in chargeof county
I ducts and sugar cane; feed-grasses, they are distributed by a committeeto In Florida Mrs. Roosevelt said
the made the and Mrs. McGehee that because
and
including Sudan grass, Napier grass underprivileged children of the itinerary says she found a sugar cane plantation,
arrangements for the visit of the of the w>t pavement she was driv-
Guinea grass, Feterita, Sagrain, community. operated by a Quaker, where migra-
ing at moderate rate of speed.
here. Accompanying the a
Double dwarf group lived under better
Milo, Hegari; Hamlin tory workers ,
out-of-state visitors will prob- She had just come to a row of
up
many
, oranges, "Marsh seedless grapefruit, I conditions than in other camps.
I Library InspectionAt ably be members of the state rail- state road machines parked at
I pink grapefruit and Duncan grape- The Quaker, she added told her :
road commission and state utilities the side of the road when she beganto
fruit; tendergreen and black Valentine he provided good living conditionsfor
.. School WednesdayBy executives. About seventy-five are skid. The car was thrown off
11 beans; strawberry plants, his employes because "it'paid
expected. the road and struck the last of
, t bananas; four varieties of avocado him". :
i I Waldin, Itzamna, Linda and Luncheon will be at 1:00: .and asa I these machines a glancing blow "But right next to that planta
( R. W. Turk principal) which caused it to overturn several
I several large papayas. Fresh part of the entertainment pro- tion", she declared "there was
: flowers from the farm were also On Wednesday night, December gram after the luncheon the guests times. absolutely the worse camp I've ,
I 18, 1940 from 7:30: to 9:00 m. .
i .' placed in the exhibit each day. p. will be assigned a special guide fora ever seen.- -'It Vas 'a jungle, I
the and friends of Clewis-
Many other business firms pur- parents visit to the sugar house and to Students Learn More would say. They planned to burn
ton Public Schools are invited to
chased exhibit space to help make the Townsite Plantation Village. it down. I hope it. is burned down
inspect the school library.
the festival -success, and while About Local IndustryOn now. It 'was a firetrap. It only

I this is appreciated, it is hoped that Since the end of last year several Two Clewiston Poets \1 had one hydrant for water and one

I next year more of these firms will organizations connected with the toilet, and it was teeming with

I arrange an exhibit. The Legion- school have held card parties and In Davis AnthologyKen Tuesday of this week the population". ,,

Continued on page 10) other benefits in order to raise tenth eleventh and twelfth gradesof Mrs. Roosevelt said she had been

funds for the purchasing of new the local school visited the "quite distressed" over some of the

Joe Dundee Is New and better books. Since then we Harris and Tommy Murray, tabulating department at 'the sugar conditions she had observed in the

have increased the number of new well-known local poets, have been'honored corporation office where the methodsof camps and in reflecting what such '

I Ft. books to over four hundred fifty, by having several of their bookkeeping and the use of the a situation might mean.

Myers PromoterThe making a total of over two thou- poems included in the Davis Anth- tabulating machines was fully explained Asked what agency of the government -

sand books in our library. This ology of Newspaper Verse for 1940. and demonstrated.On I is best fitted to deal with

Veterans of Foreign Wars Includes works of fiction, literature, Harris had two poems included and Wednesday and Thursday all the problems of migratory workers

organization in Fort Myers is at- history, etc. Murray six. grades from the fourth through the Mrs. Roosevelt replied she thoughtit

tempting to build up semi-pro box- I The library also holds a yearly The anthology is edited by Mrs. twelfth were taken on a tour of might take a combination ot

ing in Southwest Florida and Joe subscription for the following maga- I Ethie Sale Davis and published by the sugar house where special (Continued on page 10)

Hartsfield, chairman of the VFW zines: Henry Harrison. The 1940 edition guides explained the raw sugar

boxing committee, recently signed American Boy, Readers Digest, I is the twenty-second annual manufacturing process through all Instructions Given

contracts with Joe Dundee which Popular Science Current History edition of newspaper verse and con- stages.In .

gives the boxer complete charge of National Geographic Time, Life, tains the best poems of about 400 .the near future the science For Xmas Stamps

the fight shows. Educational Digest.A 'I poets whose works appeared in classes will pay a visit to the

I Joe will take up where Carl new children's table has just about a hundred newspapers. 5200 laboratories of the sugar corpora-

Collier and Clyde Williams, formerly been completed by Paul Bussey, poems were considered and the Postmaster A. W. Sias has asked

1 promoters, left off. Collier and local contractor. This, along with 'I best taken from the group. tion.School officials feel that these the News to explain to Clewiston

I Williams pulled out when boxing curtains and new book shelves, Both of the local poets had their outside visits will cause the stU- I patrons the postage required for
.
shows continued to run in the makes our library very attractive.In poems in the Gulf Gleam columnof dents to take a keener interest in Christmas cards which causes con- ,--'

red instead of showing a profit. order that each friend may I the Tampa Tribune. their courses by seeing their rela- siderable confusion each year.

Texas Joe will be assisted by Don become familiar with what we are tion to the local sugar industry: On cards mailed locally only one ,

DeSautel, formerly matchmaker for doing in our library with the funds Chester B. Treadway, former cent is required whether sealed or '

11 boxing shows here for the past derived from school entertainment chairman of the State Road' Depart- O. A. Gane, West Palm Beach, unsealed. On unsealed cards mail

two years. we cordially urge you to attend. ment and executive secretary of the recently elected President of the ed out of town or on the rural

.1 He is planning to put on. his first You will see a library second to Florida Chain Store' Association, has Florida Association of Real Estate route a cent and a half stamp is

show a week from Monday. He none in this section of the 'glades. been appointed Director for Florida Boards, has been further honored required. Sealed cards on the ;

doesn't know who will be booked The library is In the Elementary of the "Fight Infantile I by appointment to a directorship in route require two cents and all

for the bout but he is confident pf school building on the second campaign in celebration Paralysis"I I the National Association of Real other sealed cards take the usual

(Continued o\i page 10) floor. President's Birthday. Estate Boards. firstclassthreecent- stamp.
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Y 'Possum Hunting Is Now Wise and Otherwise N.


Part of School Curriculum "Just fancy that," said the

i proud mother, "they've promoted -
I our Herbert for hitting the
OR BE EN sergeant. They've made him a
'Possum hunting is now part of the curriculum of Lces-McRae Col. court-martial."

lege nestled high in the mountains of North Carolina. No, the school I Taxation is the art of so pickingthe

The Bystander: does not award the degree of Ph. D. (doctor of 'possum hunting) to the Washington, D. C. goose as to' secure the greatest

boys and girls who attend. All students of Lces-McRae are required to ,ENVOY LEAHY NO 'APPEASER' amount of feathers with the least
Stuff This is one
Newspaperman favorite storiesaboutnewspapers : participate in some sport as part of their course in physical education French appeasers who favor cooperation amount of squawking.
of the Said
in the N. Y. U. school of jour- necessary for graduation. Hiking,is on the list of accredited sports, andas with Germany, particularly "The less the old has philosopher to do with:

nalism. It concerns an assistant 'possum hunting is hiking at night (and lots of it), 'possum huntingfor Vice Premier Laval, are going to some folks you, the less you're

city editor on the desk of a Miami credits teas brought to this college. have a rude awakening on the arrival worse off."
He had to take over one day of Admiral William Leahy, new
paper. The tells
U. S. ambassador to person who of our
Vichy.
The as-
his boss was
when away.
faults is our best friend, but he
sistant strutted into the city room, Officially inspired French news won't be for long.
took off his hat, and said, "all right, papers received Admiral Leahy's
Even the
cleverest musician
findsit ,
we'll use the regular appointment indication that r
boys, today as an
difficult to get footnotes out of a
front page streamer!" the United States had decided to shoehorn.

"But," gasped a man on the desk, play ball with Germany and was.
you haven't seen what came in!" veering away from Britain.

"I don't have to see what came But they were so wrong. Inside

in," was the reply, "today we run fact is that Admiral Leahy is one Potholders You Can
.' the streamer headline we run everyday of Roosevelt's most vigorous ad-
'r. : visers in favor of helping Britain, Make at Little Cost

I. "EXTRA! COLD. WAVE STRIKES and has even urged that a large
;, NEW YORK!" part of the American navy be sent'to t
I Singapore in order to keep an

r 1T. Haw!: Recently one of the a. m. I\ eye on Japan, and serve as a silent

gazettes bought a soft drink ma- 14I warning against Japanese penetra- h
chine. One of those gadgets into ? tion down to the Dutch East Indies. y

nickel and out *
it which you put a
.. comes a paper cup load of cola. BRITISH SUDDENLY FRANK
f didn't want the darn '
The newspaper
What is happening in England today -
f thing in the first place, but the sales- is a barrage of truth. Suddenly '
: man broke down its resistanceand
CLASS ASSEMBLES The 'possum hunters assembled director British censors have passed a
by
i+, so the machine was relegated to the are succession of stories which admit iv
: composing room, where it was an of athletics John Mackorcll (patting hound) at a haystack on the what U. news S. military. observers

immediate success. In fact, the college farm.LIFh.
t.. long ago knew, that the damage in
boys kept. the refiller working over- England was terrific, that airplane -' ,
'/-' time. production had slowed down, and
i< Finally the coin collector came.
that British in
i shipping was a more I '
,: He opened the money receptacle I desperate predicament than during fi :
{) which yielded a jackpot of slugs and some of the dark days of the first ;:J

, a lone nickel. Apparently everybody World war..
had that a composing'
forgotten
These facts also have been ad-
t: room has an unlimited supply of ii'kt mitted by responsible cabinet offi- t

11' lead, which the boys get tired of Li 13 cers on the floor of parliament. The
putting into linotype machines.The .
f sudden frankness means only one
I thing-the British are telling us that
Logic of the Week: From 1
unless they get even greater help I
: FPA's Conning Tower in the N. Y.
from the United States, they may 1
Post: "Secretary Ickes is railing at
face defeat.
'' the press again, and we feel that he 4' \ ,
doesn't know his stuff. He spoke of i Actually the situation has not N

the question whether a publisherwho changed materially, except for the '1 a f
pays for a columnist and prints willingness of the British to talk \

him has any responsibility. He was about it. The odds definitely have

reminded by a reporter at the con- been against the British from the GET busy on these string cro-

ference that the views of a colum- very minute France surrendered.But potholders they're

nist were generally held to be his thanks to the Greeks and the just the thing for bazaars, show

own and not those of the paper print HITTING THE TRAIL "Old Red," the hound'on the right, was failures of the Italian fleet, British ers or a hostess gift. They're very

ing him. Mr. Ickes said that theorywas the first dog to smell 'possum. His baying could be heard for.miles. odds have improved considerably, effective done: in white and the
the bunk. Well, Mr. Ickes, it is though they are not yet 50-50. color of the kitchen.
not the bunk. Any columnist that is *. *

worth anything to his paper has Pattern 2645 contains charts and direc-
NEW'lIEXICAN .PRESIDENT tions fort making potholders; illustrationof
views which'are his it
hap-
own; may
that in accord with thepaper's In the dispatches about the inauguration them and stitches; materials needed.
pen they are Send order to:
viewpoint, and it may hap- (performed December 1) ofMexico's 'II'

pen that they are in opposition.. The new president, Manuel Sewing' Circle Needlecraft Dept.
Avila Camacho, nothing is said of
truth is that columnist
many a 82 Eighth'Ave. New York-
doesn't know what the viewpoint of his mother, who stands upright in coins'for Pattern I
Enclose 15 cents in -
the he is in is 'y her grave in the state of Puebla.
paper printed espe- !
No...........
cially a syndicated columnist whose Senora Camacho de Avila, motherof I
in NameAddress............................... :
stuff appears dozens of papers, four sons, was one of the most

some which are opposed politically colorful and dynamic women in the .............................
and otherwise to the columnist's history of Mexico. She died only a

: expressed views." year ago, and her last words were
to direct that she shouldtbe buried

Family Portrait: The Colyum's upright the ground. "The Avila How To Relieve '.
unmarried daughter was doing her Camachos," she said, "have always
homework in her room after supper stood on their feet."

the other night. "Oh, daddy," she Accordingly, the coffin was put BronchitisCreomulsion

pouted, "I have "six pages to do on into the ground in an upright posi-

communications. ,tion, in the town of Tezuitlan, stateof
"I don't envy you," said the Col- Puebla. relieves promptly because -
yum, "but howja like to have to do it goes right to the seat of the
about The people of that state neededno trouble to help loosen and expel
words
1,000 for the paper,
germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto
such graphic action to remember -
: ', where a lot of fussy people can see soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed -
her. For her sons will not allow -
it and claim they didn't get their : bronchial mucous mem-
"I two cents worth?" her to be forgotten. One now branes. Tell your druggist to sell youa
becomes president of the country. bottle of Creomulsion with the understandIng -
"Yes I know
z daddy, was the TREED Two opossum, a female and her young, are treed "Steady Another, Maximino Avila Camacho, you must like the way it
retort apprehensive "but is
only for the paper-mine, yours is goingto boy, steady," shouted Mackorell to the hounds when the hunters caughtup is governor of the state of Puebla, to quickly have allays your money the cough back.CREOMULSION or. you are

the principal!" with the chase. actually is a stronger figure than b
the president.He .

Litree Note: Krylov the great is the Mussolini of Mexico- for Coughs: ,Chest Colds, Bronchitis

Russian fabulist, according to the powerful, lusty. The owner of 100 full

New Republic, wrote of 'the Cuckoo blooded horses and an amateur bull Money in Trust

; wh -congratulates the Cock on his fighter, he stages private bull fights Put not your trust in money, but

great gifts as a singer, while the for the amusement of, distinguished put your money in trust.-Holmes.
Cock in turn congratulates the visitors. -

Cuckoo. Chances are that it is this moth-
But the Swallow, passing by, interrupts er's son, rather than Manuel who MINOR
,;' them: ';'My friends, even 1 P I will run the government Mexico. MSOOTHE BURNSflj

r if you get hoarse'praising one another *
: your music's bad." WHITE
AID FOR GREECEThe

You've Met Him: One of those mail sack arriving at the
t Ihate-everything type of skepticswas Greek legation these mornings at Motion Is L eMotion K-
is the life of all things.-
\ supping at the Coq Rouge last 11s showing evidence of popular
when a tablemate pointed out Pris- support for the Greek cause. Let. Duchess of Newcastle.

cilla Lane sitting nearby. "What do ters are pouring in, many with en-
you think of.iher, ?" the grouch was closures of cash.A Functional
WHY SUFFER
asked. '
; Mississippi school teacher sends
He studied her a moment and then
+ five dollars; an unknown man from FEMALECOMPLANTS
growled": "Gwan, she's not. THAT Arkansas sends six dollars; OscarL.
pretty!
Johnson and Harry L. Carpel, !
both of Washington, send $100 each.
Meow!: A cat
fight almost started
The total has reached all
$40,000,
lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable CompoundHas
at Roof
Spivy's when a deb greeted forwarded to New York, where a Helped Thousands 1
a ditto. "Oh, hellooo, 'darling! special committee is handling con- Few women today do not have some sign of
I didn't recognize you from the functional trouble. Maybe you've noticed
back." mIL1h4jDELIGHT tributions.One YOURSELF getting restless,moody nervous,
depressed lately-yourworktoomucnforyouThen -
"You should," fang'd the other, letter comes from a retired try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable

"you've been talking behind it for army engineer in Atlanta, who says, relieve Compound monthly to help pain quiet(cramps unstrung, backache nerves,,
years!" "I could still pass for 40," and asksto headache) and weak dizzy fainting spells
enlist in the Greek army. In due to functional disorders. For over hun-60
years Pinkham's Compound has helped
Thumbnail Description: Edwin I New Brunswick, N. J., a group of dreds of thousands of weak, rundown nervous
aviators who flew for Fin- women. Try ill
Hartvich, the CBS Berlin corre- young
spondent, here for a visit, says Clare land now want to fly war planes for

Boothe is just another Dorothy Greece. Ati 8 WJJR l'TCE

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The buyer's assurance is the advertising
'I'' swers signed by the longest name

In Fewer Words: Charlie Chaplin The hounds wild the shows. in Washington's diplomatic corps- D. he or she reads in the newspaper.the
'possum went as picture That is the buyer's guide. It tells
waste half life
says you your trying Diamantopoulos. He is the ministerof
to get the crowd and the other half (Insert) Into,the bag goes Mrs. 'Possum, soon to be fattened, cooked with Greece, and he gratefully accepts = prices one must expect to pay.Let the '

trying to get away from them. sweet potatoes and consumed by her captors. both the money and the men. seller who tries to charge more beware








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i I, Lesson for December 15 2. What is estimated to have Roman Circus Maximus was approximately -
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Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected Roman Circus Maximus? 3. Peru and Chile.' It grows wildon
FMw'"rsa' and copyrighted by International 3. Where is the original home of the pleateaux high in the
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permission. the potato? Andes. .

4. What is a canticle? 4. A little song or hymn. .

,I JESUS TEACHES'BIS DISCIPLESTO 5. What officer ranks next abovea 5. Rear admiral. '

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navy? money (salarium, given to
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I given you: seek, and ye shall find; knock, ? part of, their pay)..
and it shall be opened unto you.-Luke 11:9.
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I'I I COURSE a THERE IS! NO THERE AIN'T! Teach us to pray! I Your OpinionPublic I Gift SuggestionOne

(And who could doubt those trust. (And tvho'ivould argue against that The request of the apostles was to
ing ?) determined jaw?) way sure popularity with
eyes not that He should teach them how and
pipe "makin's" smokers is to
to pray, for He had already done opinion is a weak tyrant say "Merry Christmas" with the
that (see Matt. 6:5-7) in the Sermonon compared with our own private
big one-pound Christmas
gift pack-
\ the Mount. What they needed, opinion. What a 'man thinks of

;: 'Goody Tree' Will Brighten Your Home and what we need, is not so muchto himself, that it is which deter- bacco.ages of See Prince them Albert at your smoking dealersin to--

learn how but mines rather indicates his
to pray, actuallyto or ,
II' At Christinas-And It's Easy to Make pray.I. fate.-Henry David Thoreau. gay card-and holiday every wrapping big onepoundtin includinggift

7 A of
Principle Prayer (v. 9). chuck-full of prime, rich-tast- ,

The one who has a right to call Gift SpecialA ing P. A.-the cool-burning tobacco.
"TNSTEAD of pulling out that new penny, a piece of candy, a lit- -
111 i iI God his "Father" (v. 2) has'a rightto Your tobacco store has Prince
J- tle trinket, or even a dime. Placea gift that is sure to please any
old box of glass ornaments to come and "ask" God for what- Albert in the
I piece of knotted string betweenthe he needs. God His cigarette smoker is a gift of Camel pound gift tins-pre- ,;
ever expects
decorate Christmas tree sents all
your ready to bring Holiday
two halves before glueing them Cigarettes. Local dealers are fea-
children to ask and "have
I why not make it a "Goody together. When the glue is dry, not, because ye, ask not"many(James turing Camels in two special gift cheer to many a man's Christmas

1 Tree" this winter? It looks nice, paint the shells bright colors. Be 4:2): Give God a chance to an- packages. The well-known Camel morn.-Adv.

it's lots of fun to make, and it's fore long, no one will remember swer you'by asking, but be sure to carton-10 packs of "20's"-is pre-
what is inside one of them. sented in handsome dress. Active Nature
still more fun to eat the ornaments any ask aright, not for your own selfish holiday
Buy some nice, solid red apples purposes- (James 4:3)). The real Another Camel gift special is the Nature knows no'pause in prog-

when Christmas is over. and a few good looking oranges. asker is also a seeker-he doesn't Christmas package of 4 "flat fifties ress and development, and at- 4

... Popcorn balls, cookie Santa Shine the apples \ "' ask and run away emptyhandedhe ." Both packages are ready-to- taches her curse on all inaction. j

Clauses, surprise nuts, candy canes until they glisten persists. He not only "seeks," give even to the gift label.-Adv. Goethe.

' and a dozen oth- then stack themt.4I\ I ;' but he "knocks" at God's door. A .
delicacies ,> in the shape of a -
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can ; :-. knock is an evidence of faith-expectancy -
: i!, hang from the 0 6-r y %! pyramid at the c> and often persistency-all

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II. The Promise of Prayer (vv STERLING SILVER I RINGand
just looking at range the oranges 9-13).
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pretty
Here is the promise of Lord.
standing in the some regular order or design. our I' {' .,: loot Wee a real diamond
We are quick to claim the promisesof
corner, ,you can Christmas Cookies. our friends, business associates, This beautiful ring is Solid Sterling Silver (not

reach out and eat some of the nice When you bake Christmas cookiespput the government; why are we so slowin plated). It is set with a large white, brilliant-cut

5. 5 things that hang from its branches." as much color into the figuresas claiming the promises of God? :. stone that looks like a diamond. Two smaller
A Goody Tree doesn't cost Break hard < sv<:.'K stones on either side with heart motif give yon
very possible. some can- Can it be that we have less confi-
much because the few materials I dy and put in little pieces for eyes dence ,in Him than we have in our kz pride that and pleasure with in wearing this distinctive ring

r needed are later eaten anyway. No or make a few buttons down the neighbor? Asking means receiving, 4> < Just send goes 50c and any two costume labels from for any Van occasion.Cam 's

real work is required to make the front of the shirt. Push a piece of seeking results in finding, knocking i Products with this order blank.

I goodies; parents and children can string through each cookie so it can brings the open door of His bless-
have a lot of fun working together be hung on the tree. ing. Why not do it? 3ri: rr%%t 5. o

t9 make their tree pretty. Lollypops may easily be made at- God is our. Father.. Even a man '' > Van Inc.
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Popcorn Strings. tractive. Simply tie some fancy rightly bearing the beautiful title CAMP S'f'' Dept-W.Boa No.144,New York,H.?.
bows made out of cellophane or colored 'father" is loving .and considerate.Will ii AN : Enclosed
i Popcorn strings always look pretty ? >:;;:ittt are 50 cents and two labels from delicious
paper around the stems. Can- not the heavenly .,Father then Van Camp's Products Please send me the lovely Solid "
the tree. :
on They're to make
I too.easy Paint dy canes always dress up a tree, give us every good thing? In fact, Sterling SilierRing as illustrated. -

'I some and can be purchased almost any- the Holy Spirit Himself is ours in NAME

, popcorn with vegetable -. place.If all His fullness, and in Him thereis ADDRESS .

1 Then thread coloring.'i' it you have some tinfoil, use it every other gift. Irl CITY STATE
on

A keeping a piece of a regular string, to make a few small form Shape cornucopias.of it into a cone the III.(vv.A' 5-8)Parable). Concerning Prayer I RING SIZE SCALE [[[[[[DII]]] S

combination of The point of this story is that we A SIZES, 011345678 9101112 '
m li colors, such as I x gar and push a pieceof should be persistent in prayer. .Importunity Wrap around finger and check your size )i
string throughone
carries with it of
a sense
one red and ,one !
one side. Fill the
white, or one red and two white. I 0 being troublesome, bothering some-
with little
two cone one until the desired result is at- Knowing AdversityI you have not been miserable.
Popcorn balls can be fixed next. I candies and it is
Boil tained. God encourages His chil- account it a part of unhappiness There is- no one more unhappythan
two
of with
and cups sugar syrup ready to hang on dren to a holy boldness which does not to know adversity. I he who never, felt adversity.
pour over freshly buttered pop- the tree.
. Mix well allow not give up (see Luke 18:1-8; Matt. judge you to be miserable because -Thomas Brooks.
corn. and to cool Many
be
more things can made
15:21-28))., If a man who is only a
I slightly. Butter your hands thoroughly for the tree. Use any ideas you
friend will at the impossible hour of
t then shape into balls. When might have-it will make the tree ,
1 the balls are shaped, push a string more your own. midnight supply a need which should
been to feed who
\have anticipated one
I into them before put them asideto The
you goodies are hung on the tree
is him will
to not
a stranger our
dry. This will make them easierto the same as regular ornaments. It
Father, who "neither slumbers nor
hang. is advisable, however, to place themso "
sleeps, who knows and loves us
Surprise nuts always make a hit that small children can get at all, meet our deep spiritual need?

with the children-and grown-ups, some candies without danger of pull- Indeed He will, "exceeding abun-
too. Scoop the nutmeats out of a ing down the tree.
above all that ask
dantly we or ,
couple dozen walnuts, being careful When it is all finished, the Goody think" (Eph. 3:20). i1 U

not to crack or break the shells. Tree will probably give you the most IV. The Practice of Prayer (vv.

Into each two pieces'of empty shell, fun out of Christmas you've had in 1-4).
I
'jt place a little gift such
as a shiny years.
There is no one who can teach us
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"practiced what He preached." He &
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. that led'the disciples to ask Him to
I II Will l Give Extra Beauty to Your HomeA teach them to pray. To professis

,one thing, but it is far better to i
practice. The teacher who does not
I I
N ILLUMINATED tree in frontof practice prayer will accomplish lit-

a house always makes it tle in teaching this lesson, but the

look more "homey" on Christmaseve. one who prays, though able to say .
The smoke of slower-burning Camels gives you -
It need
not necessarily be a but little, will cause many to say
pine or fir tree-it may be any ever- "Teach me to pray."

green standing apart or in shrub- For he practice of Jesus
prayer, EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA
bery hugging the house.
taught His disciples a model prayer. -
\ The lighted tree or shrub not only ,
This does not mean that this isthe
r/ makes the home look more beauti- only prayer to be offered, nor MILDNESS COOLNESS FLAVORAND
ful but also
serves as a, definite that it is the only form of prayer.

contribution Christmas to the community As suggested, it is rather a model. -
spirit.
This prayer opens with a recog-
There is, of course, a right and a nition of God, as ''Father, 'followed

wrong way to do this, as,there is in by a reverent petition that His name

doing everything else. The ordinary may be hallowed; that is, that He

indoor Christmas tree lighting sets may have glory as His will is done

are not apt to prove very satisfac- and His kingdom established in the

tory, although often they serve the hearts of men. Those who have that

purpose. But much more often their spiritual.life and attitude are readyto .

exposure to the elements spells their ask for the supply of daily needs,

doom. For one thing the lamps are and above all forgiveness of sin and 4'.,vthan

I quite small, and also because the deliverance from temptation. Note

cord or wire is not properly protected that verse 4 is not the prayer of the

i by rubber or other safety in- cuit. Particularly if'' that is unsaved for forgiveness and regen- the average of the 4 other of the largest-
sulation that will aid it in withstanding a cir- eration for that is all of ( S
Eph.
grace
tested less than of
cuit frequently used for selling cigarettes any (r'
the uncertain weather of Christ- heating, 2:8): The man outside (of the king-
cooking appliances, operating a piano them-according to independent
mas week. I scientific
dom) gets his forgiveness with no
or a phonograph tests of the smoke itself. ia
or ,
I In buying such an,illuminating set serving a condition; but once he is inlthe\ king-
charger for the radio. Otherwise '
it is, therefore, necessary to tell the it dom of the Son of God's love, he
I may cause considerable
electrician from whom you are purchasing you an- 'I lives within the laws of that king-
noyance blowing fuses.It .
I it for what purpose it is intended will not be dom. Then he does not get forgiveness -
i ,- and ask him to suggest the necessary to place unless he is ready to forgive, ti. r d
any ornaments the '''tree although CAMELTHE
i upon
best way to connect it.II few unless he has forgiven" (Morgan).
a might
very improvethe
I The fact that we forgive is not
II If it is to be plugged in on yourS appearance. It is advisable not
I house lighting circuit, make certain to place too many lights upon the the ground on which God forgivesus eg. ,err f

I ,that the total wattage of the set does tree. If they are close together, the but it is the condition of our en-

'not pull the full capacity of the cir- real beauty of the tree may be lost joying" God's forgiveness (Eph. 1:7; SLOWER-BURNING CIGARETTE
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that once struck us whenever we article on Jungles and Junketssee the sound movie. York City, and Schroon Lake N.

The Clewiston News head the verdict-consumption. I I ( page 20, Section 2, December You must have been a very gullible Y. respectively, accompanied by

know now that tuberculosis, if discovered 1940 issue), I am constrained to listener to some local jokester, Herbert Davies and Buster Turnerof

Friday in Clewiston, in time, can be cured. Wo write a little letter for publication. : if you ever really visited this section West Palm Beach spent the

Published Florida, by every the CLEWISTON NEWS, know that the X-ray can find early I am hoping you have never taken I ,-for truly those observationswere entire day Monday securing picturesof

Inc. tuberculosis in time to cure it. the Junket and visited the Jungleyou never made here. ducks, etc. for this specific pur- .. ....-
describe for then your sin
This year, as in other years recently Please in future he more careful, .
pose.A
the
of
KEATHLEY BOWDEX, Editor the tuberculosis associations is even greater than we and follow the rule our mothers few months ago I thought wild
like to believe.
are asking us to do one more thingin Everglades would taught us. don't believe any- turkeys were almost extinct some-
of the McKee
entered as second class mail matte: addition to giving our dollars. Your description Vero Beach is thing you hear, and only half you thing akin to the buffalo, but R.
Garden at
February 1, 1927. at the Post Office In Their request is reasonable. Their Jungle I' see. O. Couch from Grant Florida reports -
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of lovely and true to life. That is avery
having to make such a request is that he killed three gobblers
March 3, 1897.Subscription place to us, and we
intriguing
ironical. They are forced to ask and a fat hen on a two day trek I

us to drop our attitude of com- never tire of visiting. it or read- ...............................................................................................'..-... I out from Melbourne and that the
Rate $2.00 Per Year placency toward tuberculosis. Great ing its praises. ,'' party of five totaled thirteen yelp-

Advertising Rates On Application. though the victories of the past BUT. 'I' ers-That's lots of turkey. I

are, tuberculosis is not under con- What about that road due south Fishing Quibbles I Couldn't help pondering for
It is our lives from Orlando to LaBelle? What
advancement and wet trol in this country. awhile over the following usurp
Devoted fare of Clewiston to the and Hendry County. and our children's lives the tuber-I about the typical shanties perchedon By from a piece of advertising materialsent

culosis associations are fighting for. stilts and thatched with palm? MARTIN "Bobo" TIMBERLAKE to me last week from the
What about the farmers who take /
The British don't call it "blitzlreig" More persons between the ages I to the Big Cypress? Yes, they do .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: Creek Chub Bait Company"Wenever -
of 15 and 45 are killed by tuber- get over the fishing fever,
but the effect is much the take along their chewing tobacco, ,
culosis than by any other disease. it's a delightful disease and thank -
farmers, but theydon't For some unaccountable a
these LaBelle reason
same. And these are the young active, the lord there is no cure". Fishingis
stay till February and returnto number of regular nimrods who
productive years of life.Sixtyfour a grand clean sport and as I
We haven't head much of Miss: died spend their hours selling their have been with us each week since
thousand persons write this I think of a number of
Lillie during the past few ..day; of tuberculosis last year. That "skins of muskrat, 'possum 'coon the season opened failed to arrive friends fishing with whom has:
of continued dry weather. wildcat and maybe the more valuable last week. About the only solution
means that the disease killed 175 drawn the link of friendship much
otter" on the streets of La- that sounds plausible is that they
a day, or one person every closer.
The Italians say that a lot of eight persons minutes.So Belle to itinerant fur buyers from were too full of turkey from the While swapping fish yarns one

those Greek soldiers speak with a of tuberculosis up north or to a "Yankee" tourist. Double Thanksgiving to worry about night this week with D. S. Riddle

marked cockney accent. the eradication It Then. ducks at the present time; but with of Chattanooga I learned that he
cannot yet be taken complacently. only three week-ends left until
be eradicated. It will be eradicated You say "From November till now I I as a salesman years ago had calledon
the Festival were can the season closes we expect mot I'
The exhibits at continue to regardthe April the sugar harvest is on. A my grandfather who owned a
wasn't enoughof -if we of them to return and with their
good. There just that good place to see it is along the store at Wide-Place-In-The-Road
disease as a deadly enemy
I cousins also. .
them. shore of Lake Okeechobee.Cane ;
south
can be forced out of this country Alabama and that knew of a num-
the combined efforts of here grows 15 feet tall- Mr. Wichfeld of Palm Beach who I, ber of people with whom we were
It's now too late to do your through sometimes twenty feet-in the has succeeded in obtaining the limit mutually acquainted. When he left
I f scientists, medical men, health de- j
Christmas shopping early. But we tuberculosis associationsand black Everglades soil. Workers I on five consecutive- trips has foundit I 1 I felt that a real friend was leaving

should make every effort to get it partments, single individual in this mostly negro cut and trim the so easy to reach the quota that [ and I thank fishing for this friend.

clone before the last day. country.We every. canes and load them on to wagons he refuses to waste shells now on I Oh well! so much for that. Mr.

drawn by mules or "crawler" trac- Teal, Blue-bills and Ring-necks and Riddle, by the way, left very much
The special courses of instruction are fairly warned this year tors. At Clewiston, on the shore of killed seven Mallards and Pintails I,i elated over fishing here having

tor young men made possible by the that if our own money must be the lake is a sugar mill, open to Sunday. landed twelve nice bass Thursday

National Defense Program at the used to fight our own indifferenceand visitors, where the cane is crushed The greater majority of the Inn fishing from Johnson's Camp with
school should be en- complacency toward a deadly
local high and the crystallized". bait.CLEWISTOX.
syrup guests still bring in the limit andI live '
thusiastically received by the youthsof enemy of ours as well as used to That is fine-entirely correct wonder that there are any'If our

the community and the surrounding fight the enemy itself, complete (except for the mules), and even feathered friends left. Multiplyseven O.1 MUXITY: CHURCH ..
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intermin-
,
victory will be delayed
area. considerable elaboration would still which I think .is a fair average -

ably.We leave it within the bounds of truth. per hunter, by twenty-five and Sunday School 9:45 a. m. B. C.
THE OLD OLD STORYThere must restore meanings of I
,
must consider Then. you have an approximate number Flaniken superintendent.Adult .
Christmas Seals. We
I "Work all day and play all night killed each Sunday since the seasonopened' Bible Class, J. E. Beards-
letter that most of them as the symbols of the financial
is one '
free seems to be the negro motto, for by guests of the Inn only, ley, teacher.
to
tradition of Christ- that is imperative
us accept as a power they certainly whoop it up in the not counting stopping the balanceof Church services 11:00 a. m. Rev.
letter that bringsus ourselves and our children froma
mas. It is the "jook joints" along the road". the week' or local hunters. Yeta Vaughn of Fort Myers will con-
Christmas Seals. Year after deadly scourge that, as yet, we
our We'll even let that pass, for certainly trip to either the lake or the duct the services.
year, we receive that letter.y have not conquered. sometimes negroes, and some- marsh will divulge hundreds of Christian Endeavor, Monday

:,send our money. We do this be- time' whites, do whoop it up jn different species, seemingly as manyas 7:30 p. m. Betty Spicer, presidentand

cause we know that something jook joints along the road-as in several weeks ago. Miss Marianne Jones will be

worthwhile is being done with our :t---t: the Everglades, the East Coast, the Nimrods at the Inn this week the leader. t

money. West Coast, the Pacific Coast, or were: A. S. Glover, Walton Smith
Few of us, though, take an active RAMBLINGS. even in New York, or Greenwich, and F. S. Andrew of Tampa; A.
interest in how our money is spentto .
K. Clark and
Conn. Wichfeld, James partyof
combat of our most dreadful COLOR..IS'fl4E.S
-enemies-tuberculosis.one The horrorof By B. B. But. Palm Beach; Hedley Gillins, .

tuberculosis is fading gradually.That O Dorothy, where, oh where did West Palm Beach; S. K. Ken andP. 1\'f'tTID

........ .......... .... ... ? S. Brown, West Trenton N. J.;
is enough for most of us. .:..:-:..:-:..:..:..:.:.: : : : :-: : : : : :+: : : : you get your next paragraph
declin- "Sometimes at night the throb of Joseph Chapman Cocoanut Grove; lrl '
We read each year of the I
ing death rate... Perhaps, we even Miss Dorothy C. Kelly, tom-toms deep_ 'in the 'Glades, be- Frank Raymond and Richard Reed # .

Know the fact that the death rate coo] House and Garden, a Conde trays a voodoo>ceremony, but no Fort Lauderdale, and A. J. Hein- w .

V prom tuberculosis among people of Nast Publication, .1 visitor can hope to witness that". man Barberton Ohio. 6v1/tc.

all has been cut threefourthssince Boston Post Road, I We've lived in the immediate sec- You can look for some good
ages I
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1907, the first year of the Greenwich, Conn. tion of which you speak for many publicity in several of our leading .

Seal Sale. Dear Dorothy: years, and we've never yet heard sports magazines soon as C. H.. 'Jtd Q, 7actl' .

We have forgotten the despair After reading your mis-leading the throb of tom-toms,-except in Zenner and L. T. Rice from New

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THE Road ReSurfacingAccording CHURCH
: """Too Late To Classify
Rev. Lawrence J. Flynn, Pastor

\1 r1 By RUSSELL KAY of KNOWLEDCE TP PS to a news dispatch
Mass
each Sunday morning at >I
from Tallahassee the State Road
.1'i' I .......................................................................................................... Department will receive bids December o'clock, excepting the last Sunday
a Ac"! of the month when the time
is
dl l 17 for resurfacing 10 mileson
: i, !! In a world aflame where the state highway 25 from LaBelleto 'Mass in Pahokee.

: 1! i powers of darkness and evil triumphantly the Lee county line. Devotions in honor of Our Lady

"d I ride a wave of blood that 'Sso The present asphalt surface was Friday evenings at 8 o'clock, fol
; threatened to engulf all mankind, I ....:?' put on when the new road was lowed by Benediction pf the Mostof

!j : where selfishness and greed, nate ]L / built ten years ago and has worn Perpetual Help are Conductedand

and intolerance are fanned to red rough in many 'places.The resurfacing before all the Masses.

hot flame in the minds and hearts k CRACKS\ BREAKING of this stretch will in no Confessions are heard every Sat.
of millions, it is comforting and GLASS MOVE At A SPEED 9r S wise interfere with the' federaladministration's urday evening from 7:30 until 8.30
-- inspiring to encounter even the Of AIMOSTA MLFAS-ecom program of desig- Blessed Sacrament.

tiniest ember of human kindness ,rr RESEARCH nating road 25 from Fort Weekday' Mass every morning at
I and unselfish love. I TRIUMPH- West Palm Beach a military "high-I I 8;00 o'clock.Religious i

;, <. With our eyes and ears ,hourly f 1/ OVER 5O MACHINE way. I Instruction Class for
bombarded with vivid accounts of GUN BULLETS CAN -The: state road department is at i children Saturday morning at nine

IJ destruction and death, conveyed by r! \ BE FIRED INTOSELFSEALING CAS work on another stretch of road in here in Clewiston, and after Sunday

I press, radio and newsreel, we become \\\ f d/ // AMERICA Hendry count '.-the paving of five' 10:30. .
I as plants struck by the 1V.AlES OfMILL I1 / RUBBER THE ; more miles on highway 164 from The :Mass schedule of Pahokee Is
I the milk of human ATHE & WHO BELIE WITHOUT LOSS 10:30 every Sunday, excepting tha
wintry frosts and EARTH WAS ROUND.DIVIDED D// the end of the paved stretch southof
OF FUEL
kindness ceases to flow and lies EARTH Ifftt FIVE ClIMATlC Z ONES 116lfO / e the four way station towards last Sunday of the month, when
dormant while hearts, calloused by B.C.._AND WE" i Felda. Mass is at eight o'clock. The public,

fear and uncertainty, harden with HAYEM4GYTAJNEDTIIEAf 70 mrs PAY/ '' t hr Preliminary to actual construc- regardless of religious, belief is always .

our arteries. tion, 'employees are cleaning off welcome in this church.

j But "GOOD" is not dead in the and establishing the right-of-way,
i world and the fires of human kindness moving fences and preparing the
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II unselfishness and brotherly ground for the Ballenger Construc-
....e love still burn in the hearts of the tion Company of Lakeland, which Is Your Subscription Paid?

many in spite of all that the forces I drew the contract. Equipment is
10 F of evil can do to extinguish them.In it' it I being moved on the job this week. I m mmmf; m JIJimfl! lr lImlllm! l I_ ID]
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land to, smother the fires of destruction f '
and bring warmth and ss A'S BOW L '.
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While warped and little minds, ESSEN1'IAl. MllI -
temporarily in power, devote their CLEANEST COUNTRY' --- J IS NEARLY 2RTMQODS
THE U.S. AT
every energy to the problem of 7"IEREQRENElRy2o.000HATOFGERMIlNY AND ALL
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:* ''11-, how best to ,"do something TO fMPlCytfS M THE$&)P INDUSTRY/N THIS COUfflRY A. and Be BOWLING ALLEYSA

\ I other fellow beings" there are

' ., others, unheard of and unknown, FREE GAME-With each gent's score of 200 or better ,
who direct their efforts toward a ly folks throughout the country are but look about us, could find
finer and nobler goal and seek con- Ladies' 150 or better and in .duck pins a score ,of 100 or betterp I
following the example of Mrs. Alma avenues for 'similar unselfish ser-

; t; stantly for opportunities to "do Allen of Oldsmar, Florida, and have vice, and if the desire in our heartis
something FOR a fellow being". adopted a "Mother" or "Mothers"of as'sincere as it was in hers, we, :N:M:M:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N..:N:..:N:N:N:N M:N N M:N N:11 N N N N N N H:..:H.i N:M:N:N:N:N:N:N:1i N:N N..:.
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their own.Consciously. too, can kindle a flame that will
the little community of Oldsmar, '
not far from Tampa, a sweet and or unconsciously, Mrs. sweep the world. .:N N:N:.-__._: -N:N:N:N:N:..
Allen had put in operation a "lawof .
charming elderly woman is finding
life". From the inexhaustable :: ', :
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peace and happiness and reward Night classes in Spanish and
storehouse of the "God within her"she ?
more precious than :sparkling jewels Portugese are the newest additionsto yi
f had drawn on the reserves of
or gold through the practice of this year's expansion program of
:: what she terms' her "hobby"-DO- love and affection, of kindness and the Institute of InterAmericanAffairs

1,:1 ING It FOR all began OTHERS.many years ago ,scattered thoughtfulness world about,these her., treasures and And the unselfishly in LAW the, at the University of Florida. i At The Legion Carnival |i=

when a childless and lonesome woman -

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i comfort. Her own mother having
I : passed away in the ''bloom of 'youth, generous dredfold the heart joy and had happiness,GIVEN her to RUMFORD RIDDLES .;. A variety of products from one Everglades :<
i :Mrs, Alma Allen decided then and I
there that she would "Adopt a others.In i> Why does Carrie Collins !
I \ Mother"-not legally or openly but his inspiring novel "The climb a ladder? !

e secretly in her heart. She beganto Magnificent Obsession", Lloyd Doug- S;:: farm is an exhibit 0 f". ,; ; :.t-(
think of all the little things she las gave us a beautiful example of *** '

I might do to bring happiness and the LAW and its operation as it x

11 f ntentment into the life of this, was applied by Dr. Hudson. Al- I '
I, lonely, neglected and unfortunate though his story was fiction, in THE :

I soul to make the last mile of her relation to life it is TRUTH. !

, life's journey smoother and brighter. GOOD works on a plane of expansion .
\ and is the most potent and J.

So thrilling: was the experience powerful force in the world today. [ l Beardsley Farm :J

i i and so' rich the reward in the reflected As we give of it from within us,

i.4 happiness her act brought we expand our own personality and I
her that she looked about for renewed power for good flows backto ,

I other "Mothers" to adopt. They: us, while that we have released I 1 ;:;: Avocadoes, Beans Cane, Citrus. ;:&
: were not hard to find. Then her into the world expands to brightenand x ?
BECAUSE ihe't trying to rise at high ai the cakesshe
secret was discovered. Friends, comfort the lives of others. bakes with RUMFORD-the baking powder Y .
following in her footsteps, adopted The world needs more Alma that acts ?$ in the mixing, H in the oven. Send Y X
for FREE recipe book. Address Rumford y
Baking
other "Mothers"J Jtters began to Aliens. Her of b
plan "Adopting a b
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newspapers editorialized the move- ing of happiness beyond our com-

ment until today thousands of kind- prehension. You and I,, if we will

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1940
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Sue-what ever Opportunityoffers. alleviated by the national defense:

Cb.15 Newest Underwater SportJumping program, which is taking youth into
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!, Betty Jane-aviatrix. the armed forces of the Nation, and

Gladysnurse.Joy is providing jobs for many othersin

CHRISTMAS PLAY \ ';, ,VOC ", G. ., Ld,3f /
The school will present it's Doris-nurse. and camps. But the relief is only

Christmas play: on Thursday night, Parmelia-want to study art and temporary, and industry keeps reminding -

December 19th at 7:30: p. m. The A e Y.. vi.v \ / r /G x music in college. young men that fewer and

'public is cordially invited to at- rY f QZ T .HS\ y 7i W Nick-'aeronautical engineer.E. fewer will be needed in the future.
tend. The program this year is p Ya ; rt rbt ro.tx. J.
aeronautical
r engineer.
j's', Young people who live in the
going to be better than ever be- 3p; %: '"' Lawrence-manager of Royal's that what
$+ ( '3\@yo\k' $ 'T'SH \ /Y ;+y on' t country have Indicated
with more"children participat- / r :vl
:fore, stores.
a 'I ; they want most is a job, what they
'flng and a bigger and better script. Sherwood aeronautical
engineer. I want next is recreation. And by
The Glee club is going to have Dick E.-aviation.
recreation they mean not simply
u large part in the 'program. They Edwin- via tion. entertainment but all things whicha

are practicing Christmas carols Lewis-aviation. leisure to
person may do in his
which they will sing along with the
; nichard-mechanic.
.J renew himself, to broaden his
!program._ Martin all .Ame'rican football
I understanding and outlook. In
There will be no charge for the
;Jzi"iIi;; player. -
have $ short, they want a fuller way of
and this year we '
program z ts'ai Charles-aviation. life, of which a job and economic
of room for everyone. ,
plenty
Willie-undecided
x security constitute but one aspect.
-- Floyd-an old man if he finishes ...
CHILDREN'S DAY AT CARNIVALOn I school. I In a recent book by E. L. Kirk-
Patrick, Guideposts for Rural Youth,
Tuesday the public school en-
I 1 published by the American Youth
half day vacation. Schoolwas '
Joyed a.
Commission, it is stated that thereare
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closed for half a day to give Rural Common SenseBy
21,000,000 Americans 16 to
ihe pupils a chance to attend the \ V '
American Legion Festival Tuesday : "SPUDS" JOHNSON 24 years old, and that nearly half

rides --- of them live on farms. Both they
'wasChildren's Day and all
BOTH RURAL AND URBAN and the urban youth are ,caught in
:and sideshows were "half price" gJz ;*
Also there was no charge for ,school YOUTH SEEK FRONTIERS a ,world that seems to have no
We OF WIDER OPPORTUNITY place for all of them. Yet they
Children at the main entrance.
are the backbone of tomorrow, the
all had a wonderful time. A school most
wouldbe One of the distressing developments Nation's most precious asset.
child's idea of a better world
of the past decade or The commission that the
one with more carnivals in it. says
two is the realization that indus- youth problem must be solved

If all school weeks were like I try, commerce, farming and the through constructive efforts of the

this one we wouldn't complain so professions cannot absorb all of communities and state and federal
the young people who are becoming initiative and
much. It seems we have had a agencies. Community
I wonderful time this week. At hurdle a la bicycle is newest sub-aqueous sport demon- available for work each year. Per- community action, forking throughand

I least until Wednesday; when report strated by Newton Perry, underwater motion picture star, at Silver haps nothing else so discourages a I ;with the schools, gain maxi-

out. i Springs, Florida, where Perry is perfecting this latest sub-surface young man reaching the age whenhe mum results. '
cards came trick for forthcoming underwater motion picture to be filmed at should tie launching his career
---.---'- Of course, there must always remain -
Silver Springs. This is doing it the hard way, admits Perry, as to be told that there is no work:, initiativeof
HONOR ROLL who says biggest job is keeping bike on bottom because tires are no need, no place for him. the' will and the
First grade-Billy Blount, Glenn the individual to make as many
buoyant.are Studies the American Youch
by
Phillips, Thbmas Walton Howard opportunities as he can-to create
Commission of the American Council
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Ashley, Carole Augur, Emma Jane his own chances when the door
Ezelle, Dianne Mathis, Sandra Pre- often more educational than I maps by pupils from the lower ; on Education have shown that I seems closed in his face. Through 10""

vatt, Joan Sulton. straight class work. Also a great grades. there ire no jobs on the farm for their 4-H clubs many Florida rural

Second grade -Charlene Adams, deal more interesting. The biology class has a nice display three out of every five farm boys boys are growing into the businessof

Rachel of butterflies which they have who reach working age each year. to
"Carol Joy Alston, Miner? -- farming, thoroughly equipped

Joyce Turner, Eleanor Vontach, A notice that appeared on the mounted and also some good drain- The frontier with' its new lands has do a good job.Subscription .
disappeared, and youth is having to
Edwin Jlesser, Wayne Shelfer? lost and found board at school the age.
-.-- seek new frontiers with wider (jP-
Jimmie Waters. other day was written:
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Per YearGIFT
Third grade Juanita Turner, TRIP TO :MILL: portunities.The 82.00
Lost, Bill Shakespeare in the situation has been partly
Ann Prevatt, Shirley Phillips, Betty form of "Merchant of Venice". If Grades four through twelve were

Huff, IManreen Johnson, Shirley seen, please catch and return to taken through the mill' on Wednes

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'Vaughn, Gilbert Stiles, Bobby Smith, will be required to write an essayon _
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"Gene Land, Richard -Knight, Kay GAME the trip. The trip was enjoyed r BOXES OF. : '

Bowden, Bobby Berner, Lionel FOOTBALL by the students and it is certain y.
seventh grade Bulldogs vs. .. .'
The
Realty: that all profited by it. Cash awardsare ; = I '
Fourth grade Danny Martin, Eighth grade Junior Tigers. offered by the U. S. Sugar :;: CITRUS: I FRUITSSend : ::

'Corrinne Von Mach, Billy Toulis, The eighth grade Junior Tigers Corporation for the three best

Shirley Owen, Alfred Dodge, Charles beat the seventh grade Bulldogs, essays written. a Box of Florida Sunshine *;

:diner: Jack Davis, Christine Espen-. again! It, just seems as thoughthe -.-- X X

daub, Richard McLeod, and Billy seventh grade can't win againstthe EIGHTH GRADE NEWS .;. \Ve pack and ship Fancy Xmas. gift boxes. Also We have a big ,T*

Arnette. eighth graders. The Bulldogs '.... Supply of Xmas Trees. .:.
Fifth grade Albert Stephens, made the first touchdown and were By MARILYN DAVIS ; X
playing good but they couldn't stop Here are some of the things that
'Clifford Beatty, Kim Kolstad, Joe .. .See |;
the stronger Junior Tigers. each member of our class would ;
PhTffips, Ernest Smith, AnthonyToulls
Jane Allen Sharp, Carline After the first touchdown ,was like to be when we grow up. :: MR. AND MRS. TOULIS |:: ,

:Berner, Kathryn Dyess, Lillian I made the Junior Tigers kept the ,. Betty l\Ic.-a nurse.

Golden, Janie Huff, Joyce Phillips, I ball most of the time and scored Christine-beautician or nurse. :i: 5a?amore Street Clewiston, Fla. :Y.:

Doris Strickland, Edward Conkling, twenty five points to the six pointsof l\Iaril'n-manager of a "dressshop" I .
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Twelfth grade-Dick Owen, Renee Have you seen the exhibit at the .:..::. .," :::"'O HOME ::.::.

'Wethlngton, June Hooker, Julia American Legion' Festival? It .i"i.; :::::

'Oglesby. shows two school 'houses (the old :::::

and the new one) set on a large .:... AIV
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TRIP TO TABULATING DEPT. table converted into the school .::.... i;

On Tuesday morning grades ten ground. Everything on the school I .t ::

through twelve took a trip to the ground Is shown there. The foot- :" Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that ::

tabulating department of the United ball goal posts, the basketball court :;:::: ii:;::: "
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States Sugar Corporation ,office. A and even the playground equipment.It :::::, takes care of both the work and the pleasures

guide took us through the' department really is the school house and ...... home and that will do everything quickly, efficiently :::::

and explained the work of grounds in miniature. The different :::;: one ::
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"the. machines. It is doubtful that students in school did all the work, :;::: and economically. :

:many students knew anything at under the direction of their respective ....

all about the tabulating machinesbut teachers. If you havn't seen : : slices of toast or ::::
:;::5: : .Qne will toast 26 crunchy i
after that trip every one of us 'it then you've missed something ; penny

should at least know the fundamental worthwhile, and if you have seen r give two hours of safe reading light or operate :?:_!:
facts about the machinesand it you'll agree that it is very good ::::: your eyes i

their' use. We are gratefulto and a credit to the students who :_::!: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :

those who made this trip 'pos- helped make it. :: that cheaper the more of it that you use. i:;:::
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sible for us. Such trips as this Also, there are some very good one


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.. LADIES AID MEETINGThe
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Ladies Aid Society of the tions and 13 restorations were Station. J. L. Cooper.

: Ijl a t TERSONALand SOCIETY I II Community Church met at the homeof granted. I

I .. Mrs. G. H. Brown Thursday Reasons for granting clemencyare LOST Vacuum tube Life-Time .
.t : : afternoon. Mrs. F. E. Conkling not as well known to, the publicas Schaeffer fountain pen. Return to
I x had charge of the program. Mrs.I. the Pardon Board members A. W. Sias, Postmaster.
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I 'I+ Mr. and Mrs. R. V. R'amsey are Mrs. W. 'C. Nall and children, interesting reading "One ChristmasEve ing prison sentences should in Glasses Scientifically Droken J en.e.

j Ij j I spending this week in Miami.Mr. Miriam and Billy and Peggy :Stallsof ) in Mexico". certain cases be granted clemency.If Fitted DR.nnd Repaired F D. GUDBAUROptometrist Duplicated
Moore Haven were visiting! in There were reports from the this hope in the hearts of the
flower committee, and other stand- prisoners was snuffed out prison
Clewiston Wednesday.Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Morrison were Phone 108 :5 Collier Arcade
+ ing committees. Final morale would be shattered. Someof Fort Myers. Florida
f :shopping in Miami Thursday ments were, made for the the the Successor to K. H. OakleyJ.
arrange-I reasons impelling Boardto
:1 ----- and Mrs. G. H. Brown and
: Saturday. Mrs. Brown grant clemency are rehabilitation -
children, Marjorie and Warren,
'I of West Palm Beach
H. Cook
1 sandwiches, cakes and
and young first offenders receive -
were visitors in Belle Glade Wednesday M. COUSECounselor
I was a business visitor here today. afternoon. Mrs. F. D. Duff, Mrs., Foy Durrence, sympathetic interest. Re-

I II f"" I ----- Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, II warding any meritorious service and Attorney at Law

f Mrs. J. A. McGehee and Mrs. Mrs. J. J. Graham, Mrs. H. R. Hall, while in prison after a substantial Hopkins Building ,
visitors in Fort Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Deadwyler and Mrs. R. H. Mrs. W. H. Wednesdays and
'I G. R. Cason were Knight, amount of the sentence has been Saturdays
JI; Myers Wednesday. daughter, Janet, of Delray Beach, Lanier, Mrs. I. D. Leydig, Mrs. W. served is another reason. There are 9:30 to 4:00
spent the week-end here with llrs.Deadwyler's W. Mrs Maud Hare, Mrs.J. .
,
't! ----- Perry cases of prisoners whose physical
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+I' Miss Louise Yates of Lake Worth: parents, Mr. and Mrs.L F. Morrison and Mrs. F. E. condition developed after enteringthe

F I I spent the week-end here visitingMr. S. Bell. Conkling. prison should be taken into

!' and Mrs. W. D. King. account, cancer, tuberculosis, heart Johnson's Fish CampNear
I' s Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Converseof LADIES AID BAZAAR j trouble, hopeless senility as well as

Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. R. M. Winter Haven are spending} a I: injuries received in line of work ( Hurricane Gate)

II' Bishop and Mrs, W. H. Lanier were few days in Clewiston as guests of The annual bazaar, which was i are in some instances a part of the Clewiston, Fla.
visitors Tuesday in Miami.R. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Rogers in their held Saturday in the Administration case history considered. The Board
Boats
and Motors Guide Service
I
apartment at the Inn.J. building netted approximately listens to and considers any recom-
Rates Reasonable
C. Kurtz of Fort Myers was $72 for the Ladies Aid treasury. mendations submitted but by no
::1 a visitor here on business this E. Beardsley, A. O. Ward andA. There are a few articles remaining means is it guided always by those. W. H. Johnson. Mgr.3DECHANICAL .

'; week. W. Lawrence attended a district to be sold, and these may be seen Frequently a Judge, Prosecuting
I .....--- school of instruction for Kiwanis at the home of Mrs. W. H. Lanier. Attorney and the jury will join in -..

Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McDonald of officers in Coral Gables Tues- The lace tablecloth was awardedMrs. i asking clemency. In the recent
II Belle Glade were guests of friends I day Mr. Beardsley remained in H. R. Hall; the set of dishes i iI session a few cases had most

I here Sunday.Mrs. Miami for a fey days on business. I II' I Mrs. I. D. Leydig; the bedspreads I voluminous I recommendations Including ARCHITECTURAL, STRUCTURAL DESIGNS f
to Mrs. Joseph Robbins and 11rs.I officials and prominent citizens -

: Otto Larsen and her twin Halson Avant, who has been em- I I Hansel McDufiie. and yet were denied.A Maps Estimates

sons, Eric and Karl, were in Fort I ployed in Albany, N. Y. for the very practical reason backof JOHN H. DOTY "

; Myers Wednesday. past three months, returned to his !I NO P.-T.A. MEETING THIS MONTH the action of the Board in grant- Engineering Consultant

home here Wednesday evening. He ing clemency in many cases is that
i Mr. and .Miles H. Thomas, was employed by the Hoffman Con- Mrs. R. H. Knight, president of (Continued on Page 10) Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla.

f! Carolyn Thomas and Mrs. R. N. struction company, whose construc- the local P-TA announces that there

Smith spent Tuesday in Fort Myers. ] tion activities have been closed for will be no regular P-TA meeting
s _____ I the winter season. held during the month of Decem- FOR SALE-6 foot 1940 O, E.

-. Mrs.. C. Nelson, Mrs. Leslie Miller ber, but, that roll call of parents Refrigerator-corner highway and
and Mrs. E. E. Kelly were visitors. will be held at the Christmas pro- old Moore Haven road. R. H. Craw- CLEWISTON
Mrs. C. T. Hurst was removed ford. P. O. Box 6506. Clewiston. TINNING & PLUMBING SHOP
in West Palm Beach Monday. gram given by the school and at-
from the Good, Samaritan Hospitalin
tendance;! there will constitute at-
West Palm Beach this week to Anything in Plumbing Fixtures
i'I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Moran were tendance at a P-TA meeting.It .
Mayo Clinic in Rochester, :Minn.: Prompt, Efficient Service
FOR RENT-2 small houses for
1 visitors Wednesday in West Palm is understood that the school
Mr. Hurst accompanied his wife on rent at Bare Beach. Pete
Chagaris,
\ Beach. Christmas program will be held PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr
the trip, and they were joined in
\ I Clewiston Bar.
----- Thursday evening, December 19th.
Rochester by her sisters, Miss Abbie I
A Miles of I
Mr. and Mrs. C. :
Metzger and Mrs. Grace- Patterson, I "
Tampa were business visitors here of Emporium, Penn. GARDEN CLUB LECTURE IS :N.N.N:N:N:N:N:N.H.N:N:N.N:N.N.N:N.N.N:N:N:..:N:..:..:N.N.N.N.N.N.11.N.N.N.N:N:..:N.N.N.N.H.N.N.N.N.N:N:N:N:N:.
I this week. POSTPONED TILL JANUARYThe
+
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'"":> Mrs. D. G. Alston and Mrs. J. :MRS. EARL SMITH HOSTESSAT lecture by Mrs. C. A. Miles, :. .

W. Ezelle were visitors in Miami BRIDGE CLUB FRIDAYMrs. which had been announced by'the '
_: ANNOUNCING :_:
I i Wednesday. Clewiston Garden Club, sponsor, f
I -- Earl Smith entertained her for Tuesday night of next week, has ; ,'., :',
: ::
I i ij Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Couch, of bridge club Friday afternoon. High been postponed and will be held in ,'_ i ',. _

I Grant, \Fla., were business visitors prize was won by Mrs. J. G. Nib- January instead. ': ", ,\?' The Employment Of ;, /, :::
I here Wednesday and Thursday. lack and second by Mrs. Smith. ;.. "., ...
,I G !
The hostess served fruit salad, Pardon Board Holds .
I ;I 1 :Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen are hot sandwiches and coffee to Mrs.R. :

i il spending, today in West Palm Beach ,N. Smith, Mrs. R. H. Knight, One Of Last Meetings i r Miss Bern ice O'Neal .- 1:I_
on business. -Neilson Mrs. Keith
: ,;\ \I Mrs. C. J. '
----- Hartsfield, Mrs. B. H. Cuttino, Mrs. n .},
i I Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. ,F. D. W. L. Lott and Mrs. Niblack. With the recent adoption of the ;:
II I Duff, Mrs. W. C. Owen and Mrs. i constitutional amendment providing .: Graduate of |::

lJ, N. V. S. Mumford were shopping BELLE GLADE BRIDGE CLUB for a Probation and Parole Com- ;{
t in West Palm Beach Tuesday.Mrs. I mission budren will {. ys.
a great soon '
HAS LUNCHEON AT INN
i shift from the present Pardon ;: RAY SCHOOL OF BEAUTY CULTURE :|:
.
Malley: Palmer, Mrs. Charles Board. The State Board of Par- '
Bolton, Mrs. Roy Alston and Mrs.B. Mrs. I. E. Hamilton of Belle dons consisting of the Governor and {{
Glade entertained her bridge club { VClewiston
J. Schroeder were business visitors four cabinet officers has
in West Palm 'Beach with a luncheon at the ClewistonInn recently X
i Monday.Mrs. completed of its last
one regular
----- Friday. The group and came had for meetings before the new order (! : 3Jnn Beauty shop i
\ : V. Gram, Miss Bertha Gram, bridge at ten o'clock takes effect. This was probablyone

Mrs. J. M. Couse and Jo Ann luncheon at one. of the most carefully considered '.. ..
; Couse of Moore Haven were visitingin High prize was won oy Mrs.. O.
I I Board has
Clewiston Tuesday. G. McWhorter, second by Mrs. R. had in meetings Having the some 800 :: HAZEL PRINCE, Senior Beautician :|
I years.
L. Bass and consolation by Mrs.C. ,:. .:.
cases before it the Board was in .:. .:.
Mr. and Mrs. Zerney Meredithand C. Livingston. Other"guests session most of the time from November .:. .i.

: visitors Mr. and Saturday Mrs. G.in F.West Sharp Palm were I I Spann were Mrs., and Jack Mrs.Keesee C. E., Mrs.Maynard.SappDyess Brooks. 18th to December 5th. A .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.

i Beach.
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::1 Miss Ruth Marshall is spendinga I I r .. J

vacation, which will continue
through the Christmas holidays, I Miss Blanche Dyess and C. d. sI

+ with her mother in Columbia, S. C. Edward Sapp were married in La- .
!, .---- Belle November 30th in a quiet MA iY" "'
: I II
John Tiedke has returned to they ceremony. performed by the Rev.A. I ; tIIRIS
... I
.., Clewiston Inn, where he is' spend- M. Glisson, pastor of the La- MAkE
ing the season, after a trip through Belle Baptist Church. I I
i i Texas. The bride is the'daughter of I TO HAP'P/fS1 I

Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Dyess, of Clew-
: Mrs. Manning Carter and children iston. Mr. Sapp/ whose home is

i j of Washington, N. C. are in Arcadia, is employed in the 1eE'1J11!
i visiting Mrs. Carter's parents, Mr. transportation department of the

\ and Mrs. L. C.. Reddish. I United States Sugar: Corporation.


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main of the escape Bowie comradeship of these men that ] indeed Quite Simple
stretched before the dying fire and with him through fair sunshine rode) ,

Jell asleep. While he napped San- foul northers, men who had no ambition -( In Subtle Sarcasm

chez sat drawing figures in the but to serve, no instinct butt
sandy soil with bits of sticks. of loyalty, in whose lexicons there! .r
Mrs. Milligan and Mrs. Gray-
Bowie woke and rose to his feet. was no such word as fear-most of
stone neighbors and often
"Sanchez," he asked, "what do you them had fought in the battles off were ,
they had a few words over the
say? What do you want to do?" Texas for freedom-men who hated( back fence.

The Indian's mind was made up. the greaser politicos with a right-(
"Senor," he said respectfully, "I eous hatred, and owed no fealty to One day Mrs. Milligan said to

think it better for me to stay in my any but their leader.To Mrs. Graystone: "I don't know if

own country. I will go back to Bowie such men were all In you're aware of it, but, my dear,
Rancho Guadalupe." all. His their it appears to me you've got odd
concerns were concerns -
Bowie could hardly have believed, his feuds, their feuds; his' stockings on."

CARMEN THE RAN CHO until he heard them, how sharplythe enemies, their enemies. Bowie loved I Mrs. G. was quite prepared for

words would cut him. Guada- his cowboys; they loved him-' her, and with her sweetest smile,

OF lupe!! What that meant to him! proved it through storm and stress. i properly squelched her neighborin

What moments of sheer happiness, Yet something, somewhere in his this fashion:

FRANK H. SPEARMAN Frank H. Spearman WNU Service what dreams buoyant with life, what thoughts, would never quite disap- "Oh, my dear, ,I can, understand
By
memories of snow-capped peaks, pear. Banished, it would always that being a surprise to you, but

CHAPTER XH-Continued "But tell me-for I think your challenging storms, delectable sun- come back. Those other nights, it's a, thing that may happen to
-13- heart is good-now, in the face ol shine! What peace at an evening those nights glorified by the same anyone who has more than one ,"'

Bowie eyed the Franciscan for a possible death tell me you are sor fireside, with a presence near, while stars-it was the thought of those pair."

moment without speaking. He was ry for your sins.' Can you honestlydo he hoarded, miserlike, within his that stole in on his wakeful hours.

completely surprised. The priest's this, my son?" breast the silent treasure of his With everything to invite sleep-

features were immobile. "I do remember Bowie hesitated. "I see no reason, dreams! peace in the silent camp, peace in Progressive Indians

such an incident, yes, Padre Padre mio, why I should not do as Then the rude awakening! The the stilled winds, a hard day's ride

," returned Bowie impassively.Then .- you ask," he said at length. stinging wound, the crushing reali- behind, a hard day's ride ahead-
with his curiosity aroused: "And being sorry for your own zation that his castle dreams had sleep would not come. The stars of Between the years 1841 and 1852,

"Wh do you ask?" sins, tell me, my son, that you for vanished. Guadalupe indeed! the vast plains to look up at the Cherokee Indians living in and

The questioning padre straight- give those who have sinned againstyou. He nodded slowly in response to but these same stars lighted the around Tahlequah, Indian territory -

ened on his stool. "Because," he ." Sanchez' decision. "Perhaps it is night in California. The cattle- now a part of Oklahoma, established -

said slowly, "you are the Texan "That is different, Padre." better so. Yes. I am sure it is. with their death-dealing horns, were a national newspaper a

who brought those two girls back "It only seems so. These met. These are your friends. They will full brother warriors of those long- Masonic lodge, male and female

from the mountains. I am the priestin are nothing in your life-you will welcome you, Sanchez. You are horns of California. seminaries that taught three for- ..,.,

whose care you left them. I forget them. Forgive them. Tell wise." Everything seemed to say Cali- eign languages, French, Greek and
"
have been looking for you for twelve me you do. In parting, Sanchez gave to Bowie fornia. Before he had left it they Latin, and three temperance or-

years." "Well-if" you say so, Padresobe the flint and tinder and the salt. had told him it would be so. No ganizations, one of which was

"Twelve years ago! Is it that long? it, replied Bowie. "But what will you do?" one, they told him, could forget Cal- called the Cherokee Cold Water

It must be. These years have taken The priest rose. "I will give you "I will stop at Mission San Ga- ifornia. He would, they said, always Army Collier's.s.

their toll of your health and absolution. I will perform your pen. brieL The padres will give me"And hear the soft wild call of the

strength. Give me the stool; you ance for you. And whatever hap. oriole, the plaintive note of the

take the bunk. It is a little better.If pens, you will be ready. Good-by, meadow lark, the distant coo of the
I Catholic I would confessto mv son. You now truly are my "
were a ruddy-throated dove. If he had to COLDS
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you that the reason I did not ask son." He raised his wrinkled hand, 'I think of California, these were the

you to the better seat is because expressed the symbol of eternity '.... .. -, :," thoughts he tried to dwell on. One

. I do not think you will betrayme. above him, and spoke low and rap '.t. IJ he doggedly tried to shun-the mu- such as tough

." He lowered his voice. "I'm idly the serious words of absolution. L : sic of one voice a voice that he coughs chest tight- COLDS' FPenetropleasing

digging a tunnel to get out of this Again the lumbering footstep was tit strove so hard net to hear when ness. Rub with
place." heard in the corridor. "Come!" shunned him. ,
shouted the guard, unlocking and sleep quick disappearing, MISERIES
"I had already perceived ) mutton-suet base.
much!" opening the door. It, would have L
Extra medication.Rub .
CHAPTERRancho XIll
Bowie laughed, in spite of him- been so easy thought Bowie, to tonight to help you get extra

self, as the dry avowaL"It have knocked him down."I benefits of rest, one of Nature's

is certainly strange, Padre, am ready amigo." Speaking Guadalupe was not quiet greatest colds fighters.,25c sizes.

that you and I should meet again placatingly the padre stepped into during the year following Bowie's -

after twelve years, under circum- the corridor and walked away. departure. Political disturbances PENETROConfidence

stances such as these! Well queer r marked the period throughout Cali-
things happen in California. Those As darkness fell Bowie stood closeto fornia. Rival Mexican factions were

were two nice little girls-I remem- the peephole watching for the in motion most of the time. Fre-

ber them well. But they were padre to pass in the corridor. He mont, increasingly bold, had en-
scared dumb. Whatever became of was no longer anxious to finish the larged the scope of his depredations. Confidence is that feeling by

them?" tunnel, feeling sure that he could Commodore Stockton had not as yet which the mind embarks in great

"My son, I have not seen these take Sanchez with him.A told him bluntly where he belonged. and honorable courses with a sure

girls for almost ten years. They hooded figure passed Bowie's Pardaloe and Slmmie, deserted by hope and trust in itself.-Cicero.

live far north in California cell and, without pausing, walked Bowie, felt the wanderlust and resigned -
But to your present position." He down the corridor. The Texan tiptoed at Guadalupe to betake

lowered his voice to a whisper. back to his stool and sat downto themselves to Sutter's where, as Pull the Trigger on

"Should your attempt to escape fail, listen. hunters and riflemen, they were

you face a terrible alternative. YoU Hour after hour passed in the cell, welcomed by the energetic Swiss.If Lazy Bowels

may face a firing squad within a with Bowie straining his ears and there had been lingering, after
few hours." senses to hear the whistle which Bowie's With herb laxathre.comblned with syrup pepsin
departure from Guadalupe, to make it agreeable and easy to take
"No Padre mio. I shall face no should tell him the horses had come. a penumbra of the reputation that
When constipation brings on acid indigestion -
squad. These Mexican dogs-I Sanchez stealthily appeared at the his had established the "
whatever presence at bloating, dizzy spells, gas,
should feel disgraced to be shot by cell door and unlocked it. Bowie happens" you rancho, it faded completely when coated tongue, sour taste and bad
such curs. If you sympathize with drew him in for a whispered confi will be ready. his scouts left. Minor maraudershad breath, your stomach is probably "cry-
the blues" bowels don'tmove.
dence. ing because your
my predicament dismiss your fears these. Take senor the powder. and heretofore steered clear of the It calls for Laxative Senna to pull
-for myself I have but one per- "Two horses will soon be left be ball." L noted hacienda since the Tejanoswere the trigger on those lazy bowels, com-

plexity: where to find a horse whenI hind the guardhouse. I wait for known to visit swift'and severe bined with good old Syrup Pepsin to
I will
"Sanchez not forget you.
them." make your laxative more agreeable and
get out. "But you will come back?" punishment on any who ran off easier to take. For years many Doctors
"A horse? "Why two? Bowie looked at the land he loved horses or cattle. The wild Tulares have used pepsin compounds, as agree-
"A man on foot in California! "You are going with me." the fair land to which he was say- the Mexican rovers and the wan- able carriers to make other medicinesmore
Only you padres can stand that." "Me?" been palatable when your "taster" feels
ing good-by. He looked at Sanchez. dering Americanos had long easily upset. So be sure your laxative
"I have a thought" whispered'thepadre. "Yes, you. Do you want to be "Quien sabe?" content to do their pillaging else- contains Syrup Pepsin. Insist on Dr.

"But if I could provide a shot? When you hear the whistle, He watched the Indian ride silently where. Caldwell's Laxative Senna, combined 'oJ
back and will start. with Syrup Pepsin. See how wonderfully
horse how could you a stranger come we in
Sanchez hesitated. "Hark! the away. Seemingly everything united its herb Laxative Senna wakes up lazy
here find it?
Away mused Bowie, to the scene that year to make the situation of nerves and muscles in your intestines, to
"Please sit here with me on the signal, whispered Bowie. "I will of his bitterest tragedy and his dead- Don Ramon and Guadalupe unpleasant. bring welcome relief from constipation.And .
bunk." Bowie spoke in whispers to wait for you at the horses. Work see how its Syrup Pepsin makes Dr.Caldwell's .
And at the dinners
ly revenge. Why is it that, like the many were medicine so smooth and
fast. agree-
one on whose good faith he was wounded animal, we crawl back to the regretful expressions that Bowie able to a touchy gullet. Even finicky
practically staking his life. "I shall The Texan curbed his nervous ap die where the arrow struck us down? had deserted the rancho-for so his children love the taste of this pleasant

not use this tunneL It is a blind, prehension as well as he could. And I, he mused on, back to the 'going was mildly characterized by family laxative.Buy Dr.Caldwell's Lax-
Padre to protect a friend. I shall Slinking around to the rear of the ative Senna at your druggist's today.
desert back to the torment of hun- his Spanish friends.
laxative won't
Try one tljat bring on
walk out of the door tonight. A jail, he found the horses, their heads
and thirst this land violent when take it
ger ; leaving One morning after an especially distaste even you
guard, to whom I once did a good roped together. They stood quiet flowing with milk and honey and exasperating had in after a full meal.
report come
turn will aid me. Before daybreakI and Bowie, after patting them,
shall be walked back to the guardroom. licking my wound-perhaps, who from Pedro, about a caballeria of
gone. knows, to die. Well-let Sanchez go horses that had been run off during Narrow Minds
"If I can have a horse at the backof "Sanchez, whispered Bowie in to I won't back."
Guadalupe. go the night by thieving Americanos,
this guardhouse at a certain time the dark, "can you find me a knifeor Narrow minds think nothing
In Texas the adventurer found everything Carmen with spirit.
tonight can you get to it?" a pistol?" spoke up right that is above their own ca
"Here both And J changed. And, to his taste, "But why," she asked of no one pacity.-La Rochefoucauld.USE .
"I certainly can and I will thank are senor. -
changed for the worse. in particular, "why, instead of talk-
you forever. have one each for myself; and pbw
Bowie had left the little
sturdy about it don't do
much
"But the time-" der and lead." ing so we
republic imbued with some feelingof about Senor Bowie FINE SWEDISH CHROME STEEL BLADESKENT
something getting -
"If I could see the stars I could "Then you are ready? enthusiasm for he could IS FULLY GUARANTEED
a "
country back? 7 Single Edg. Blades or 10
C
tell you, said Bowie. "But I haveno "Ready senor.
call his own, hoping as he did to 10 Double Edc Blades
way. A signal? I could hear "Listen. Before I go back to the unite What could be done, even to get
with its fortunes the grandiose
that. What time will the moon horses I will leave my complimentsto track of him, let alone getting him
domain of Pacific Coast.In
the .
back to ? Inquiry followed Fool's Curtain
rise?" Pico. Take your keys and un Guadalupe
California itself he had been
"Not until after midnight." lock every door along the corridor." inquiry concerning him. Car- Gold is the fool's curtain, which
forced to realize how futile such
"Then, by ten o'clock. All will "Senor!" any men especially took up the subject hides all his defects from the
effort be5 Much
must greater-
be quiet here. Padre, you could not e'Exactly-every door. Give every tions-the ambitious Americans, the with energy. It was quite in vain. world.-Feltham.
get two horses?" man his chance to get away His friends were besought to hunt
British the
perennially grasping
I him Dr. Doane was enlisted
;
"As easily as one. from this Mexican scoundrel. Make up.
Black-bearded Russians, the easy- he worked at the task.: He had a
"Then the guard will go with me. haste. going Spaniards and the thricestupid DON'T BE BOSSED
Two low whistles will tell me the Bowie returned to the horses. He Mexicans-were all to friendly interest in bringing him -"-

horses are there. I shall be eternally loosed them and awaited Sanchez, land in their laps the prize striving of the back to what appeared to his visionan BY YOUR LAXATIVE-RELIEVE .

grateful." who lost no time in rejoining him. worldCalifornia.And altered situation.At CONSTIPATION THIS MODERN WAY

"Shortly after dark" said the The horses' feet were muffled and Mission Santa Clara Padre .When you feel gassy, headachy, logy
padre, "I shall pass your cell door. the two mounted men, riding with now after ten years the republic Martinez was appealed to. He, too, due to clogged-up bowels, do as millions
Be alert. If I do not speak, the extreme care and with Sanchez for of Texas was no more. A was very ready to do what he could do-take Feen-A-Mint at bedtime. Next:

horses will be there. And now we guide, made their escape withoutan new. The crop of warriors politicians of Texas had sprungup. which was little, but he wrote to morning-thorough helping you start the, comfortable day full of relief your
were
must think about eternity. If you alarm being sounded. Working fellow missioners in the South to normal energy and pep, feeling like a
are discovered escaping you will east by north, daybreak found them i gone, or their counsels were sneeredat. ask that they be on.the lookout. In million! Feen-A-Mint doesn't disturb
The slaveholders of the United Nathan Dr. night's rest or interfere with work the
be instantly shot"A well into the first range of mountains Yerba Buena Spear your
States plotting to add the vast next Try Feen-A-Mint, the chewinggum
were day.
friend told the doctor that
heavy footstep approached in to the east of the presidio. Doane's it's
territory of the little republic to the laxative,yourself It tastes good,
the corridor. It was the guard. He "We are ,well out of that rascal's he had in his safe a considerablesum handy and economical...a family supply
knocked roughly with his keys on the reach, Sanchez," said Bowie. "The slaveholding states, and they now of money belonging to Bowie costs only

cell door. question now is: what do we wantto controlled the sentiment of Texas. but had no clue as to where the FEEN-A-MINT lot

"Is my time up?" asked the padre do? I am on my way to Texas. Ysabel was right! owner might be. He could write
quietly as the guard stuck his face Do you want to come along?" It took some time for,Bowie to,get and 'did write to his Los Angeles
all this clear in his head. But the
against the bars of the peephole. "Texas, senor? Where is that?" correspondent. Beyond this, that a
MORE FOR YOUR
clearer the became the
"You're long past your tune," he "A long way-six, ,seven sleeps ii intrigue man of the same surname, Bowie, M
answered in surly tone. "Come out." no trouble on the way. If trouble, deeper grew his disgust for the an- had been in prison at San Diego on

"Give me but two minutes," no one can say how many sleeps. nexationists who were seated in the a charge of treason and had made o Read the advertisements. 0

pleaded the padre. Sometimes bad Indians; sometimeslose political saddles.He his escape nothing further could be They are more than a sellingaid

"No." the way. Wide deserts, high realized that, after all, poli- learned as to his whereabouts.At for business. They forman

"One1 minute." mountains, deep rivers. But I tics held no abiding interest for Sutter's neither of Bowie'smen educational system which N

"One minute-no more," roared crossed them once. I can do it him. The thing that pleased him Pardaloe or Simmie had any is making Americans the best-

the guard. again. While we rest, think it over. most was the wild longhorns of the track of him. They were told at educated buyers in the world.

"He's drunk," whispered Bowie. If you want to" come with me, I great prairies. The longhorn of his Sutter's that he had packed up, resisting The advertisements are partof I

"You do not know how to make will take the best care I can of youth had not changed; the vast all inducements to remain:, an economic system whichis

confession of your sins?" whisperedthe you." sweep of the Staked Plain had not and left the fort. giving Americans more Y

padre to his neophyte."I Warmed by the sun, breakfasted, changed.And (TO BE CONTINUED) for their money every day.
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THE CLEWISTOX NEWS
'PAGE TEXKiwanis
FRIDAY. DECEIMBEIl 13. 1D40


Team Is N FULL FLTGHT: r Baser Looks Over structions is shown by the following

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statistics: expenses have been reduced
Knocked From Lead Old And New StateAdministrations from 8.59 percent in 1936 to
4.10 per cent in 1940; collections
In Bowling Tourney have been increased from $3,121- '...,....
514 in 1936 to 4,884,178 in 1940,
---.-- and this in spite of the fact that
The U. S. Sugar Commissary By Clyde J. Baser the 1937 Legislature reduced the
:bowling team knocked ,the Kiwanis (FNS) amount of license money coming I
;team out of first place in the local One of the many candidates for to the State by 50 per cen t. .
tournament standings by taking two governor in the 1936 campaign was The efficient operation of this
out of three games from them in a Lake City banker and lawyer and department has enabled it to meet
itheir match last night and the a former president of the State he: allocation to the State Welfare
:Merchants team with nine straight r I Senate, Fred P. Cone. Political Board and to turn over more than!
-victories and no defeats takes over wiseacres and prognosticates gave $907,000 to the school fund irom
Jirst place. The Kiwanians have him but little chance of being elected surplus receipts and savings in the
played twelve games and their first ,. but impressed by his sincerity, operating expense fund during 'he
loss was suffered last night. his rugged honesty, and his home past four years, and it is estimated
The 'City team toolthree: spun philosophy of government that if collections continue at the
stiaights from the U. S. Engineers which was based on the simple present rate, there will be about
to remain near the top of the theory that the way for the state $665,000 available for the school
standings. to balance its budget was not to fund at the
end of the present fiscal 1.....
match played last spend more money than it took in '.
In the only year. And in addition to all the
Thursday night the Kiwanis Club the voters of Florida chose him for above, Director Long estimates
tooli three straights from the City their governor. that there will be a balance of
team. In the other match scheduled When 'Governor Cone was inaugurated more than $67,000 in the operating
for that night and postponed in January of 1937, he expense fund when Governor Cone
until Monday night the Sugar Corporation faced a tremendous task. He had goes out of office, as compared to
office team took: three stumped the state with the battle the balance of $1,396 in the fund
:from: the luckless Affiliates.In cry of "We don't need any more when he took office.
Tuesday night's matches the taxes", and yet he was faced with All of the revenue collected by
.Wei-chants took three games from the problem of financing an entire the Motor Vehicle Commissioner's
tthe Office team and Clewiston new program of social security, office, after the expenses of that
IMotors disposed of the Affiliates in of providing sufficient money to enable office are paid, goes to the school
three straight games. the hard-pressed schools of the fund. As this constitutes the
Highest; scores rolled during the state to continue functioning, and major source of school revenue, -t"
week were a 182 by Von Mach of at the same time to finance the I Governor Cone impressed upon D.
the Office team, 181 by R. Kellyof ordinary expenses of the State gov W. Finley the necessity of strict
the Clewis ton Motors and 180 byXovvorn ernment. Political; observers were i economy in the operation of this
of the Affiliates. confident that he would be com department when he appointed him
Scores for the week, not including I ------- pelled to jettison his promise of Motor Vehicle Commissioner. The
last night's matches, are as follows "no taxes" in records
more order to meet of this department showthat
Driggers .............m.. 139 116 declared, "depends so much on per
: Charlie ........_._.._...._. 160 170 sonnel". the required expenditures, but the operating expenses were cut
Kivranis: history of the four of his from $425,233 in 1936 to $340,777in
Total ....._.., 708 638 6S8Clewiston : years
Joke _______............... 97 146 .u..m. Mrs. Roosevelt pointed out that administration shows that he has 1937 and have remained at a
Tippey ............_....... 120 ,106 132 in working out a solution of the accomplished what many believed consistent low level during the
::Miner ...................... 146 145 112 Motors migratory workers' problem medical was an impossible task. succeeding years. At the same time
L.. Kelly ... ...... .. 109 117 140 care and child labor should be
ilarkette _.m_....;_...... 115 117 167 .m. Old Age Assistance, aid to dependent collections have increased each year ;'
Wilcox-...................... 142 128 139 J.: Waters ......._..... .152 174 153R. among the factors considered. children and aid to the during Governor Cone's administration
.... 99 Kelly ...._...... ..... 128 181 101 I from
Lawrence .m.m. blind is now a blessed, living reality ranging $5,447,907 in
Total ........._...m.m 620 595 696 C. E. Nail _.......... m. 141 129 109E. I II Dundee to more than 42,000 citizens of 1936 to $7,257,447 for the eleven
E. Kelly ........?.. 133 151 161 months of 1940.
Oitv of Clewiston Florida. This has cost the .
Total ........... .... 663 752 661 program
-Griffin _........._....._..... 125 97 .m. State of Florida $3,800,000 ,each During the three years and eleven -
'Charley ......_.............101 129 Affiliated (Continued From Page 1) year of Governor Cone's administration months of the Cone administration
,Pape ..._...................118 112 106 Rosenberg _...........__.. 105 152 169 getting boys to and the cost has been pair this department has turned over to
.Boone _00_.._..._........ 118 134 Swain ........................96 144 129 enough show for together the without any new taxes. All allocations the school fund $19,070,352 from
Jones _...___...........149 127 143 Lanier .................._... 90 121 147 put. on a good opener. to the schools have been met collections and $765,000 from savings
'Crawford .m............ 105 122 Weaver .................... 122 110 76 in full during his term of office in operation expenses, a total
Small .m.. .u.m_ 86 Lovvorn ..............'._.. 128 138 113 Dundee hopes, if interest is high without having to resort to any of $19,835,352.To .

Total _................m 611 527 634USSO Total................... 541 665 634 enough, to promote some bouts at new forms of taxation. The impossible ( Be Continued Next Week) '7-'
Clewiston in the near future. He
has become an accomplished -
is anxious to get in touch with
Office Carnival I \ fact. Driver Of Liquor Van
local boys who feel like they' would
11 ell _........u ..._........ 117 -13 9 The records of the Florida State \
like to their luck in the
Shelley' .................... 117 101 either for try bouts,here in ring Fort, Welfare Board for October of this Is Injured In Crash
"Wilson ...._................. 160 142' 116 (Continued, from page 1) Myers. or year show that Florida is paying
Ward ..............._...'....162 125 139 aires are working to make the an average grant of $12.27 per
"Von Mach .... ..... '153 160 182 festival more of a community fair month to its dependent aged, the Louis Cadden, driver for the
:-Bigg .... ........m...'._.._ 142 116 than it has ever been. Pardon Board- highest of any Southern state Standard' Wine and Spirits Com
Total _....__m.. ....... 709 670 692 The Crescent Amusement Com .' Average payments in other Southern pany of Miami, received cuts and
Affiliated pany brought its shows and amusements states range' from ?8.07 in Georgia bruises about the body Thursday
Hosenberg .........um.128 104 this :year, and a clean type (Continued from Page 7) to $10.09 in Tennessee. night when ,his large van went out
Knight .................... 153 152 132 of entertainment was provided. The if a prisoner is released conditionally Florida gives an average monthly of control after breaking a front
Tinier ...................... 126 112 124 Merry-Go-Round, the ferris wheel, with a part of his sentence still grant of $9.91 to each: dependent spring, careened across the road on ,..
Weaver .............._.....' 123 156 the air-plane ride, the Ridee-O, I hanging over him it is believed he child.; Payments made by other highway 164 and turned over in the
i-ovvorn .. ..;......-.158 180 125 and the Plane-O-Ride furnished I is more likely to go straight than Southern states range from $5.53 ditch at 12-mile slough near Felda.At .
Owen :.........m.....___.._ 116 130 plenty of thrills. There was a I if permitted to serve out the remaining in South Carolina to $8.21 in the Ford garage when the
Total .............m.... 688 664 677 good monkey show with some well-' portion and be free of all Georgia. Florida is giving an truck was towed in, employees said
trained animals, a motor-drome, such restrictions. Often this is average monthly grant of $12.96to the entire top was torn off and
Merchants and the usual group of bingo I the main reason for granting a each dependent blind person.!: 300 cases of wines and liquors
"Von Mach ..............._ 158 137 127 games, and other games of chance. conditional pardon. The precentageof Other Southern states are paying were upset beside the road. Some
Shelley .._..__..._......... 110 84 There were a few side-shows, including prisoners receiving clemency at from $8.09 in Mississippi to $11.07in of the bottles were strewn in near
Bell ..m..........._......... 129 141 138 the one which froze a any meeting of the Board 'is relatively Tennessee. by fields and were broken as
Ward .m..u.... 148 135 159"Wilson girl in a cake of ice, which was quite small compared to the Funds from which these grants cartons were ripped apart by the "
......7..m 112 114 102 to be operated only on Friday and total number in prison. A petitioner are paid come from Federal and fall. "
Bigg .........00..........._:.. 70 Saturday night. without a good prison record State contributions. Florida's allocation Cadden notified his firm and another
Total ........._..._.......657 697 610 stands no show of clemency. At of $3,800,000 is paid from truck was sent in Friday
USSC Office Mrs. Roosevelt the recent meeting of the Board receipts of the State Beverage De to pick up :the load and continue
Schroeder ................ 146 .93 partment. When Governor Cone the journey. Cadden was headed
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Stone -....;..___.....__...... 153 138 146 some 160 petitions were granted appointed Tom Long director of towards LaBelle when the accident
:Martin: ....._................ 140 108 (Continued 'Irom Page 1) which is less than 5 per cent of this department, he gave him two occurred. He spent the night here
George ................ ... '134 134 agencies. the total prison population which on instructions: cut expenses and inCrease and returned the next morning to

IcGehee ..........._.....135 121 "The success of any plan", she the first of this month was 3815. collections. How well Dire l\Iiami.-LaBelle' News.

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