The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00712
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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 9, 1938
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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11: Clewiston Entertains Officials Monday I

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Dinner At Inn Highlight Construction Hospital Of Is New BegunThe Nearly zoo In Party Aboard

t. Of Good Will Visit Here. construction of a new plan- Special Coast Line Train

tation hospital for the western division -
::'r.! was begun last Saturday by

: GIVEN BiY! carpenters. The hospital will be located ,
\ ': PLANTATION WORKERSOne nearest the, Townsite villagebut
39 Tourney SeasonThe I r r---
,'" will be ,just east of the sugar
'...., of the outstanding entertainment house highway and south of the Point Imps Spend Day Monday In-

features provided for the Clewiston Golf Club A. C._ L. ''Railroad.The .
distinguished group of visitors to ly opens its 1939 official-I pro- dimensions of the new hos- Trim Tiger CubsThe specting Vegetable.

the Everglades was the dinner at gram next Sunday when qualifying pital are thirty-two feet by eighty
the Clewiston Inn Monday evening rounds open for the Everglades I feet. It will be of frame construction And Cane Areas

which climaxed their first day in Match' Play Championship, the first with sheetrock siding and Red Imps, six-man football

;3 the lake section. of a series of Everglades championships -I I roof. It, will include one large team from Canal Point Junior High
ward, twenty by thirty feet, a seven -: Probably the most distinguishedgroup
Congressmen. I I moved into Clwelston last Friday
'' The meet will be conducted along by twelve sterilizing room, a of people ever to make a tour
afternoon took off their and
: facials intermingled with sugarcane the ,lines employed in the past. An twelve by thirteen operating room of the Everglades was the groupof
officials and depart- two private wards each ten by showed the Clewiston Tiger Cubsa
growers, 18 hole qualifying round will place United States Senators and Con-
:: ment heads of the United States entries' in flights of sixteen accord- eighteen, doctor's office, nurse's clean pair of heels as they galloped -
v ?,:: Sugar Corporation: and other representative ing to qualifying scores. Following room, baths and kitchen.A I to a 32-20 victory, their gressmen representing 21 states,
rb>.'- Lake screened sun-porch located be-I end the local Governors, high government offi-
citizens at long the: first round of match play, the speedy runs leaving
:, ,. tables arranged in"'the spacious din- losing' eight will make'another sec- tween the two wings will serve for j I i lads groggy at the final whistle. cials, financiers and business execu-

;.., ing room, of the Inn to enjoy a tion in each flight. convalescing patients.The | The Imps improved during the tives who arrived at Port Mayaca
delicious -dinner, listen to the music Qualifying rounds will open December new building and the necessary -: days that 'followed apparently for Monday morning aboard the twentycar -
G: of Roy *.Fisher and. his Serenadersfrom 11th and continue through equipment will cost approxi- on Thursday night the Cubs wentto "Florida Resources Special,"

Palm Beach, hear several brief December 31st., with the first, roundof mately $10,000. It is expected to Pahokee and played ,the Impson spent' the day: in touring the south
but interesting talks at the conclusion match play starting New Year's be completed and ready for use by the lighted Pahokee field, con- lake area in Florida Motor Line

of the dinner and enjoy day. A $1.00 entry fee will be January 1.of fidently expecting revenge for their coaches, were entertained at a din ,
a splendid ''program presented by charged and trophies will be awarded defeat last week. Instead the Imps ner at the Clewiston Inn that evening

a group of colored plantation work-, in all flights. List Guests Who had a field day and when the' final and left the following noon to,
ers. Although the 1938 match play I whistle ended the rout the Cubs see more of the interior and West), ": '

,':' During the dinner the men en- champion, O. G. McWhorter of i Visited 'Glades On were on the short end of a 49-7 Coast of Florida. Many of the men -

," joyed; group singing of ,old familiar Belle, Glade, has not been contacted score with the Canal Point lads were accompanied by their wives,

(.,\: songs, led by the orchestra's so it is expected he will, be on Fla. Resources Tour excelling in every department- of there being fifty-five ladies in the
hand, to, defend his title. Other con- the, game. group of nearly'two hundred.

loist.D. G. Alston, president of1 the : tenders for top honors who. are Starting. lineups for the game During their stay in Clewiston

Clewiston Chamber of' Commerce, I expected to be in the thick of Following is a,list of the disting- last.night were: Canal Point: Phil- many of the distinguished guests
who had cooperated with the State the fight include Emmett Shelleyof uished guests present on the Florida ip Maxon, center; Sonny Harrington invited to the state by the Florida
Chamber of Commerce in'present-I Clewiston, last year's runner-up Resources tour on Monday of re; Billy, Sharpe, le; James Chamber of Commerce, expressed
of' Tom Shelley"of Clewiston, "Doc" Weeks, hb; Earl Wilson, qb; and themselves as delightfully
., ing this portion the entertainment this week and those from the lake : pleased
; for the 'delegation,. gave a VanLandingham: ,of South, Bay, Arthur area and other points in South F. W.' Hodges, fb. Clewiston; Bobbie -" with ..their- view of -the agricultural
short ddr ssof:.: :.'cordial,. welcometo ,' :Wells ,and Lou Betzner <_of. Florida- "who:Tattez1tfl: Jf the*. 'dinner ; :Bradford;,"center; Gus Cantrell N! .iSWpJ4 surrounding :-tjiyt -.n:d2f. and
the guests before turning the Belle. Glade, Forrest ,Banning' and at :the Inn that evening.'The guests, re; Paul Slonaker', le; Jimmie Hol south' sides of: Lake Okeechobeeand

-. meeting over to, Harold Colee, Pres- John Thomas of Pahokee' ,' and Jack insofar as possible, have been iden- land, hb; John Bethea, qb and were amazed at the develop-
Barrett 'of Canal Point. Two other Carrol Redish, fb. ment of the, In the
ident of the State Chamber of tified, according to their positions: sugar industry
Commence who acted as toastmaster. newcomers who are expected to 'Robert W.' Adkins, of, New York, Clewiston substitutes were taken : nation's newest "sugar bowl". Many
make strong bids for the title include director of the U. S. Sugar Corporation -. from the following group: Jimmie I frankly expressed themselves as see-
Mr. Colee spoke a few words con- Charles Fenwick of Clewis- Elmore, John Robbins; Elbert Hook ing no reason why the sugar industry -

cerning the previous tour of the ton, a long, hitter from.Illinois, Senator and Mrs. Charles- O. An-I: er, Nick Schiffli, Paul Pullen, should be subjected to gov-

group and the pleasure it gave the and J., W. Milligan of South .B.ay, drews and Charles O. Andrews; Jr., I Floyd Geiger, Jack Waters' ,- Billie ernmental restrictions, at least to
:" state to welcome them and to have former Key West golfer. of Orlando. :'{ Perry, Philip ,McCloud, Henry the present extent where the stateis

them view the resources of Ffor- Interest in the event indicates Frank L. Allen of New York, a Chapman, Edward Creel, Martin not permitted to produce enough
that the entry will be somewhat Waldron and James ,Brewer. for its needs.
ida before calling on Fred Kent, director of the United. States Sugar sugar even own They
representing Governor Fred P. Cone, larger than last year's championship Corporation. .. were equally sympathetic with the
affair.Officials. New i!Florida in their view'
Standard Station
to say a few words. Senator and Mrs. Win. J. Bulowof growers of
t:" : : the lowering of tariff walls on vegetables
Mr. Kent, who at previous din- South Dakota.Congressman -
; ners had declared himself "speechless" Enjoy Fishing I and Mrs. Wm. .B. Now Being ConstructedGround I allowing off-shore areas to
, t, called attention to the illness 'I ship in winter truck crops at the
Barry of New York.
of Governor Cone which prevented same time ,Florida's crops are being
"' r And Hunting Here Congressman and Mrs. Sol Bloom !
his presence and that he was pleased was broken Wednesdayat harvested.
and daughter, Miss Vera of
to appear, at the request of' the '--- Bloom the northeast corner of the I Many of the group were visiting
New York.
';'' Governor, to, add his welcome to Hopkins block for the constructionof I Florida for the first time and, stat-
I ; the stories of Thomas W.
Attracted by Brahaney.
," that of others at their visit to the gamy a new ,Standard Oil Service Sta- ed that they were throughly enjoying -
black bass and plenty of wild ducks Glenn Bond, representative in
state. tion. The building is under contractto the visit and were pleasedto
"'.r' in this vicinity several in the group Savannah of the Lamborn, Company. andF.
Senator James E. Murray of Montana Albert Haworth of,. Tampa find that the wonderful stories
1; was asked to speak in behalf of congressmen'and officials in, the Ralph Badger and Patrick But- J. Alf, of that city is the told of Florida were not at all
Florida Resources party availed ler, directors of the United States .
of the United States Senatorial del- construction superintendent.The exaggerated.
' y egation present. Senator Murray themselves of the opportunity to Sugar Corporation. ,permit calls for a $7,500 Starting at Port Mayaca in the
their luck while in Clewiston Francis '
t< expressed his pleasure at the cordial try Bridges. r building which ,will be of brick' con- morning the group was taken
fti> welcome the J delegation had re- The more successful were Con- Clarence R. Bitting, Watch Hill.I struction. White brick will prob- through the Phipps properties at
ceived in Clewiston and elsewhere gressmen Thomas F. McMillan and R. I., president of the U. S. Sugar ably be used to match the color of that place and then to Azucar
James F. Richards of South 'Carolina
j' in Florida and stated that it seem- Corporation. the Clewiston Inn located just across where the men clambered aboarda j
:'. ed extraordinary that a state should who went out Monday afternoon William T. Bitting, Philadelphia, the street. The lots on which the I I cane train to make 'la trip throughthe s
r not be allowed to produce in its with L. C. Rosenberg as their guide. secretary and director" of the U. S. I station is building face 75 feet on Eastern ,Division cane fields to
four nice bass.
own confines that which it can pro- They caught Sugar Corporation. the '''highway and. are 110 feet deep watch the harvesting methods. They
duce economically. He said that it Senator Matthew M. Neely accompanied Congressman A. 'L. Bulwinkle of along Atlantic Avenue. The lots continued on to Belle Glade and

was important that, the people of a group of duck hunt- North Carolina.- were purchased through (the Beards- were guests of the Rotary Club
this country should recognize the ers headed by Carl Berner Tuesday Hon. and Mrs. Leslie L. Biffle, ley office last Spring from Mrs. there for luncheon, coming on to
problems of every other section ands morning but did no shooting. The secretary to,, the Senate Majority Anna Hopkins by the Standard Oil Clewiston in the afternoon, stoppingat
that it is our duty to consider America party brought back a number of group. Company of Kentucky. various points along the routeto
? first. He stated that he saw ducks and the senator' seemed well' Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cole, Jack- The station is of standard construction view the vegetable fields, sugar
no reason why America should be pleased with the trip. sonville, president of the State with a main "'sen ice room corporation plantation villages and

%, permitted to produce only a ,small Fishermen Tuesday morning were Chamber of Commerce.. twenty-one feet square. Rest rooms other things' of interest. After a
part of its sugar requirements when greeted by a chill, stiff breeze and ,Senator and Mrs. Bennett Champ are located in the southeast corner.A tour of the city they were taken
experience had proven that It can had no success. Among these were Clark of Missouri. \_ canopy 20 feet wide will be to the sugar house where\ special
be done economically and he was. Senator Wm.' J. Bulow of South Congressman and Mrs. Clarence constructed at the front over the guides were designated to take
not in accord with a, policy to sac- Dakota, and Carl A. Loeffler, Sen- Cannon of Missouri. concrete driveways' and the pump them through and explain each stepin
rifice local interests to those of ate Minority Secretary. There' were Congressman and Mrs. Wm. P.' Island, with three pumps will be the manufacture of 'raw sugar.
foreign and off-shore areas. three others present whose names Cole of_ Maryland.Congressman located at the front of this canopy. The ladles in the group were

Congressman! John- --- Kee of WestVirginia' were not learned. and Mrs. Pat Can- The lubritorlum adjoins the main I brought directly to Clewiston from
gave' the address in behalfof non of Miami. Mr. Cannon is Con- room on the we t. I Port Mayaca in the forenoon, had I
the Congressmen present. and gressman-elect from the Fourth The walls are of brick, eight inches luncheon at the Inn, visited the
with masterful oratory paid tribute School Board Borrows District of Florida.Congressman thick, the ceiling of composition !sugar house and were guests at abridge
'; to the hospitality of the people of and Mrs. Ross A. shingle, the ceiling of wood and I party at the Inn in the af-
Flprida and to the beauties of the Money For Teachers, Collins of Mississippi,. all floors and driveways of con ternoon. They dined aboard their
state which he said those of them Congressman and, Mrs. J. E. crete. special train, it having been broughton
who were visiting here for the I Casey of ''Massachusetts. to Clewiston from Port Mayacain

first time found not to have beenin Arrangements were made at the Congressman and'' Mrs. HaroldD. Orange Bowl Tickets the meantime.The .
the least exaggerated. He remarked [regular meeting of the county Cooley of North Carolina.. men were joined by other
about the comparativelyshort school board last Saturday in La- Congressman Millard Caldwell Secured By BeardsleyJ. men of this and nearby communities -
time that had passed since Belle for the borrowing of approximately from Milton, Second District of at a dinner at the Inn and
visitors from the north of a certain $5,000 for the pay- Florida.J. after dinner by the ladies of the
well-known line would not have beenso ment of teachers' salaries in full M. Cathcart, Washington repre- E. -Beardsley succeeded this party for a program given by plan-
pleasantly received, in the south to date. Tax money is beginningto sentative of the Jacksonville Times- week in securing a block of sixty tation workers followed by a danceIn
he glad that the come in now and current bills the dining room.
and that was Union. tickets for the Orange Bowl game
northern visitors were now greeted are being taken care of as rapidlyas Congressman and Mrs. Wall Dox- between Oklahoma and TennesseeIn Tuesday morning many of the

with open arms rather than possible.It ey of Mississippi. Miami on January 2. group were- taken on a tour of the
loaded arms. was decided that the Christ- James H. Douglas; New York More than fifty of the tickets RItta and Bear Beach plantation I
W. F. Therkildson, editor of the mas holidays should start on next attorney and director of the, United were sold before their delivery villages while others availed them- ;
;1 All-Florida section of the Miami I I Friday, December 16, and end on States Sugar Corporation. here so Clewiston' is certain of a iclves of the opportunity' to fish
Herald was the last speaker and January 1, school beginning on Congressman and Mrs. Robert I good represeptatiqq at the New and hunt ducks on the'waters of 1

,:. (Continued on page t) Monday, January: 2. .. qW! ,(Continued on page eight) Year's same. -. .,.. ,(Continued on pas $)




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SAMUEL HOPKINS I ADAMS. AUTHOR OF It's re-t-lly parceled

,. 'IT HAPPENED ovt in yebrs i

--y ONE NIGHT' Or if its "tHvefctKer.



SYNOPSIS at all, Kelsey again examined the working on?" inquired Gloria, show- "Think he's going to throw a fit?"

date of the message. Four days old. ing polite interest. asked Gloria solicitously."I'm .
Probably the crisis, whatever it "It's called 'Love Beyond Sin.' tellin' you, ain't I? With Nni
Kelsey Hare, young architect convalescing ?" Moby Dickstein's chin "
been all "Hey 'Love Beyond Sin.
from a"breakdown, meets Martin Holmes, might have was over by
struggling author In a storm on a lake near this time. Anyway the thing didn't jerked upward. "You say you'reworking "Oh, my good Lord Almighty! ?
Moldavia N. Y. Caught In a downpour they on it?
make sense to him. Thrusting it now he's going to break
seek shelter at Holmes' estate "
holm." which by Its air of decay gives evidence into a drawer, he returned to his "Yes. Why not? down and cry," said Gloria in dis WNU Service.
of Us owner's financial embarrass- contemplation of the portrait. He "What'd'you mean, workin' on it? gust. "That's gnawing him, any- i
settles ment. 'down Kelsey there.suggests Finding'renting Holmes a room study-and. found it more interesting than the It's all written, ain't it?" way? Are authors always like this?
"Not in final form. I'm
Ing a newspaper picture of a Park avenue message. "' rewriting Fifteen grand, railing into my pocket -
debutante Kelsey learns that a story by t it. wouldn't hang'any
Holmes has been rejected In a $15.000 con "For the'luvva Mike, what for?" crepe my
distance'ca1ls soul.
test run by Purity Pictures A: Leon Sny- Long from A. Leon satisfied with it "
dacker president,' for a novel suitable for Snydacker at the rate of two per "Come up to the house and we'll
of Mys- "So what? demanded the
picturization. In which the winner a puz- "
have i
the three town- cocktails mumbled
tery Beauty contest will star. Kelsey buys hour kept voyagers zled Moby. the
the manuscript from Holmes and rents his bound in Moldavia until late the young man. They followed him in.
house. One of the conditions of the deal Is ,, following afternoon. They then set "So I'm trying to improve" it. "Glunk!" he shouted. "Ice."
that Kelsey adopt Holmes' pen name "Tem- Make it better, you know. I
pleton Sayles." After Holmes departs on a I forth to pay their first formal call "I'd say it was good enough if it I The faithful henchman appeared Cold Locker' !
trip, a telegram arrives for Sayles which upon Templeton Sayles. with a large chunk between his Storage
Kelsey leaves unopened. Glunk, odd manservant was me. Fifteen thousand smackers I I
places the debutante's picture on Moby Dickstein drove like a man I worth of Love Beyond Sin'd do hairy paws. At first sight of the Start a cold-storage locker plant. We fur-
the manteL The Park Avenue Van Strat- on a life-and-death errand. The two quite nicely. What d'you think girls, he dropped it on the floor. The nish plants ice machines coils, insulation,
tens, at breakfast with their niece Marion, me doors. BORN, 216 N. Wabash, Chicago.OPPORTUNITY ..
irregular triangle of his three
bounced about in the rear seat pro-
are horrified to find her picture In the paperas you're shootin' for? Twenty grand? r
one of ten remaining contestants for the of the open convertible. At a slip- An expression of such helpless be- tuberant fangs outlined a pleased ""
Pictures award, and learn that Lig smile.
Purity pery curve overlooking the lake just wilderment overspread the young ,
gett Morse, admirer, has entered Marion's "
picture on a bet. She Is threatened with short of Holmesholm they skidded man's ingenuous face that 'Marne I "Gal, he pronounced.
being taken abroad until the "scandal" dies into a shallow ditch. Gloria uttereda again interposed. "Sweet cheese 'n' crackers!tWhere'd Large profits from your savings. Invest
down, and decides to any amount. We do the work. Write today
adventurously go "
through with the contest. In the offices of short, sharp yelp as the car start- "Wait a minute, Moby. I don't you get the hairy' bear? for full particulars.. Your postage re-
A. Leon Snydacker heir to the Peckett's ed to tip over but thought better of it believe he knows what it's all cried Gloria. turned. United Investors Syndicate, 617
No. Coronado Terrace, Los Angeles, Calif.
Persuasive Pills fortune Marion finds nine i and righted itself. Something like about." Glunk ambled over, stood, before
other beauties. She makes .friends with
Gloria Glamour, flip professional beauty an echo of her cry sounded near at "No; I don't believe I do." Marne and executed a series of ec- I
contestant. At lunch together, they meet hand. All three looked about them. "Then it's time he got onto him- static bobs. "Gall"! he repeated. Largest Lake Once Farm
and Moby factotum.Dlckstein.Snydacker Snydacker's Is overwhelmedwith press agent There was nothing animate in sight self," stated''' Gloria. "Nice gal." I

Marion's beauty and "class" to whichhe but an animal peacefully grazing "See here; you are Templeton "You've made a hit, baby," remarked Underneath North Carolina's
Is extremely susceptible, and calls her under a massive maple. Sayles aren't ?". from Marne.A Moby.
"Darrling. Moby is referred to Holmes for largest lake lies what was once
Information on Sayles. Gloria takes the "Maybe that bird was right last gulp, followed by a faint murmur Before Kelsey could interpose, the state's largest farm. Lake
by call.two Hare callers.Is Interrupted in his rewriting night," said Moby Dickstein, "and seemed to indicate assent. Glunk had snatched the printed Mattamuskeet, was pumped 'dry

... _................. .......... in a gigantic reclamation project ,
and crops planted, but after '. : ,

CHAPTER IVContinued6 spending $17,000,000 an attempt

I to keep the sea out, the farm
was abandoned to the water and it
"Gal, suggested Glunk hopefully.
is now completely submerged
"That's more like it. Ask .her again.

What she"wants." j g\ JL The largest water pumping sys-
"Gone. tem in the world failed its task.
His master went outside to verify Mr The lake is shallow, ranging'fromone

the report. He thought he heard repressed to six 'feet deep.
laughter behind the hedge.

"Who's there?" he called.A } 'aw t >:.

heroine.ringing'" voice answered"Your M .. aJJ Still Coughing?

This 2 +''' 'r7yV .%5/r
was something new. Did an r 2. "%
N No matter how many medicines
author's creations come to life and you have tried for your common

,. ,'i romantically visit him in the din ?'' 4- f -' cough, chest cold,or bronchial'irritation r
you may get relief now with
watches of the night? If so there < r ,
$ &: : Creomulsion. Serious trouble may
A f. ;'q. SSR :xC+ }: .. 4. ws
was more to this writing. business !. / : jr: ; / ali '9 ; be brewing and you cannot affordto
than he had suspected. tf '
A horn blared an impatient sum- : : : J} yd/lJ o. sP ,. s// ; less potent than Creomulsion,which
r a/y goes right to the seat of the trouble
mons from the road. Retreating and aids nature to soothe and heal
footsteps were audible. He stum- Jr}' the inflamed mucous membranesand
bled along through the darkness. k ,9 to loosen and expel germ- "Ii< I
< .r laden phlegm. ,-V I
Two dim
lights winked and fi '
van- F t y 3ya Even if other remedies have failed, "..J i
ished. A door slammed. c.},ty;. + ; :! : o 1,05.4 don't be discouraged, try Creomul '
"Don't come any farther.". .j$ ? % ,;bJJya :'y.J( sion. Your druggist is authorized to
: ""Why not?" :a sq / refund your money if you are not
thoroughly satisfied with the bene- \
*"If you do, we'll go, and. you-won't fits obtained. Creomulsion Is one
:see us again.. word,ask for it plainly, see that the '
'"I ha-ven'fseen you yet. Not real- name on the bottle is Creomulsion,
ly. To what do I owe the honor of and you'll get the genuine product
and the relief you want. (Adv.)
this visit? he'added politely.

I ."Sounds exactly as Templeton

Sayles ought to sound, doesn't it?" ...... 4i .. ,,,,, ...,. ,., r Solemnity of Dawn li
I ""'v.m <<<''''<-=f .ii''z:;)!' '''''''''='''W"ifff..w''lf :<:ir i: 06. :=""""-:; "'<9..K"'O"">="''' 'i:'''''$(>:; >/<" .M. < U I
put in a second voice. There is no solemnity so deep,

."Who?" he asked unthinkingly."You. Kelsey again examined the date of the message. to a right-thinking creature, as i

We haven't got the wrong that of dawn.-Ruskin. 1 1How'
bird, have we?" the place is haw-aw-awnted." "And 'Love Beyond Sin' is your photograph from the mantel am

"Oh! No.. Of course not," Kel- The haunt inadvertently.coughed.. story?" ,held ,it aloft..

sey hastened to reply,. thereby en- "Why, I do believe it's up. that "Yes." Here he was' on firm "Why, it's me!" said the original Women
dowing himself with a personality tree," said Marne. ground. Hadn't he bought and paid of it "How ever did that get here?" i

which, for many a troubled day, "Go and see what's bitin" him, for it! She smiled at Kelsey in a manner '
was to enmesh him like an octopus. you girls," 'directed Moby, "while "Was his story," corrected Moby that thrilled him with a combined in Their 40'sCan

"You're sure you're Templeton I; look over the car." Dickstein. "It's ours now." warmth of happiness and deadly i

Sayles?" Marne walked forward a few rods, "Ours?" queried Kelsey. chill of dismay. Attract Men '

"I think, I may be accepted as accompanied by Gloria, advancedto "Whose?" "Give me that, Glunk," he or-

an authority on the subject." : the fence, leaned on the rail, and "Purity Pictures'. What d'you dered sharply, but the girl }was hold Here's change good(usually advice from for 38 a woman to 62),during who fears:her

There was a whispered consultation hailed. think we're payin" you fifteen thou- ing out her hand for it and the she'll lose her appeal to men, who worries
; then, "Prove it." There was no answer. The so- sand shiny dollars for?" monster was under her spell. about hot flashes and,moody loss of spells., dizzy spells,
nerves ;
Inspiration, though unbidden, the called Templeton Sayles was not : "Pay whom how.much for what?" She read the 'inscription. "Mis UPGt more fresh air, 8 hrs.sleep and if you
favorite claim of Malden Feather- receiving callers that day, if he babbled the dazed Kelsey. Adelina Ashcan, the Park 'Avenue need a good general system Compound tonic take Lydia '
E. Pinkham Vegetable made
ston, hero of "Love Beyond Sin" could help it. In fact, he had scut- "I'm tellin' you," said Moby and Debutter. That's a pretty conceit, especially for women. It helps Nature buildup

came to his- aid. "I know all about tled up the tree, temporarily disturbing told him again. .too." vivacity physical to resistance. enjoy'' life, thus and helps assist give calming more

women," he declaimed. a placidly grazing Holstein "But the picture company returned Kelsey whirled upon the beaming jittery nerves and disturbing symptoms that
"Perfect. "grade," upon hearing Moby Dickstein's the manuscript protested often accompany change of life. WELL
Good-night ,
came Glunk. "Get out of here before I WORTH TRYING!
back the joyous duet, ,as the car ,distant horn, because of a Kelsey, remembering vividly the kill you" he bawled. I

sped away with a derisive hoot. definite indisposition for human real author's disgust and disappointment. With a frightened yelp, Glunk fled. !
A vague memory hovered in the companionship. Unhappily, in an Lacking Discretion
unsuccessful to secret him- "Now you've hurt' his feelings, ability without dis- ;
air and accompanied the young man attempt "That was a mistake. Even great .
into the house. From the mantel self more effectively he 'slipped and "Without so much as' a note." mine.accused Marne. "Not to mention cretion, comes invariably to a j

smiled the printed face of the girl, made a betraying commotion among "Listen, bo. Didn't you get a ." They're absolutely lacerated. tragic end.-Gambetta. "I

labeled by the ribald Holmes, Miss the leaves. telegram, explaining?" i
Adelina Ashcan. Was there a like- "Why, I do believe it's our hero," "There was a telegram. It didn'texplain "I-I-I-I never, began the wretched -

ness? He almost made himself be- exclaimed Marne. "What, are you anything. It didn't even Kelsey* "I didn't mean-" ECONOMICAL FOR THE RELIEF OPf i

lieve it. He picked up the clipping, doing up there?" mean' anything." "Oh lay off, kid," said Gloria '

revealing back of it the yellow en- "I came here on business," was "A. Leon must have 'drafted it, out of the side of her mouth nearest Painsof I 'I' JI, I'

velope of the forgotten message ad- the stiff rejoinder, as he slid to the himself," interpreted Moby. Marne. "The, poor- simp's- 'on the
dressed "Templeton Sayles." Well, ground. He was playing for' time "What is this A. Leon'person? grids." he adache, toothache .'.' '
for better or for worse, he was and searching his soul for a practi- A lunatic?" (TO BE CONTINUED) ..1
Templeton Sayles now. He opened cable explanation. II I
"A question
highly improper rebuked I
the envelope and read with uncom- Moby, who had now succeeded in A. Leon's right-hand man Origin of Name Coney Island ,!
prehending eyes: coaxing the'car back upon the road-
with dignity. "He happens; to be
Fortune "No
says: one knows exactly -
Templeton Sayles, Esq. way, and had been introduced to President of Purity Pictures."
Holmesholm Kelsey by the girls addressed his how Coney Island came by its
c-o Moldavia, N. Y. .
"So the claimed. He
acquaintance. telegram name. There are those who claim ADVERTISING
Must see you at once stop hid- new"You'll curios- seemed ,to be upset about somethingand that it derives from the cone-shaped,
awful pardon my natural D
eous unpardonable almost wanted me to come somewhere, sand dunes of the ,
original beach.
ity but do live in that tree? '
fatal mistake made by accident you Is as essential ,.
and straighten it out.
lAnd are others who believe
stop when can you come to New "He says he was there on busi-
"What'are we goin' to do about that it is a perversion of Colmanthe E business as is rain to
Y6rk will ness, contributed Marne. to
stop explain all
stop this bird?" inquired Moby. "Hey, name of a sailor on Henry Hud-
"What kind of business is
wire time of arrival and will up a
'have tree?" inquired Gloria. listen. I'll give it to you in installments son's Half-Moon, who was killed by R growing crops. It is the
representative meet at train
you You-won-the Purity Pictures Indians in an unexplained brawl.] '
"Maybe it's private suggested
stop vitally important stop do [ keystone in the arch of
not fail me. Marne. -World-Contest-Prize. Gotit But the most heavily supported and

"Not specially," said the treesitter. ?" most plausible tradition is that the successful merchandising.I .
A. Leon Snydacker, "With-with this story?" I early Dutch settlers found hordes of S

President Purity Pictures Inc. "Then what is the answer? Tell "Sure, with this story. What story rabbits scampering across the sand : Let us show you how toN I

Recalling a casual remark made Auntie," encouraged Gloria. were you figurin' on winnin it dunes and called it Konijn eiland
by Martin Holmes to the effect that, "It's a situation in a story I'm with, may I ask you?" or Rabbit island, of which Coneywas apply it to your business "/

in dealing with motion picture peo- working on." "With 'Love Beyond Sin?,' qua- a logical. and gradual deriva G '

ple, you had to Do It Now or not "What was the story you were vered Kelsey. tion."


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I '' ;, Lad H'ate the H'eats y r

;'. Without 'Eating H'eats

An English foreman in a certain -
: factory is in the habit of get- Xmiles

ting an apprentice to heat his
lunch for him. The other day he
t/- called a new boy. !
r "Go downstairs and 'eat Boogy Where dad you absorb
up my
those few fine principles of
, lunch for me, he ordered. 1DO 9
I your mother's knee?
; .
r,'- The Later boy the obeyed foreman with came alacrity.down. : Woogy-No, over my.father's.

;,': "Where's lunch?" he asked.
A naturalist says ants can talk ,
"The boy, in amazement, said: ,-.%_ \ THERE / ( I lo each other. Trying to get even
"You said 'eat it up,' and I did." -- SHE'S ALL with the spelling bees?
\ /i
"I didn't tell you to n'eat it SNOOPIE, NOW INSIDE AMD
>. up," roared the irate foreman. "I / BRING THE X OUT / Like Himself
il. told you to 'eat it up." : i1 Cl-IAMMY AND Boss-Have you any excuse to
'. "Well' I didn't heat it up," main- :: WE'LL SOON offer for such laziness?
tained the lad "I ate it BE KIIJISNED /
stoutly; Clerk-I haven't any that will
; cold."
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<. +Jf gone
l' / to hunt 'lions.CallerBut. '
Pattern 6077
f' r I just saw him-

k n Medallions of snowflake daintiness through the window.
-an inexpensive luxury. Crochet Secretary-Yes, but he saw you:

f... them one by one, and join /Jn first.

f. them to form a stunning cloth, _
spread, pillow, or scarf. Inexpensive On Her-Account
\t.: 'in string or finer cotton. Pat- Wife (at dance-This is the
tern 6077 contains instructions for l twelfth time you've been to the
r... making the medallions; an illustration r11 refreshment buffet.
r of ,them and of stitches; Copyright W. N. u.) Husband, that's all right. Ii
photograph of the medallions; ma- tell.everybody I'm getting some-}
terials needed. thing for you.

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Could Be
_:_ Teacher (at. general knowledge.
;; 14th Street, New York, N. Y. 5tM KIN lesson-Can any boy tell me'

i'Ii Please write your name, ad- LEMMe NO what is gum arabic?
dress and pattern number plainly. \ Boy It's the language old :
Arabs use after all their teeth! I

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:, the congestion do this Take 2 table- '
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nasal breathing. VERY ILL YESTERDAY of water-AT
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Every man meets his Water- DVo That is one of the quickest, sim- -
loo at last.-Wendell Phillips. p plest, easiest ways to overcome the
bad effects of too much eating smok-
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i:: ask for "milk of
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Clewiston.NeY's { brought to the state this week one can be induced to visit us and come years. He resigned, his work to IS YOUR SUBSCRTPTON: PAID? if' !
of the most distinguished groups to know, understand and love the take a year's needed rest on his

---- ever to tour Florida.. state "as do we who proudly term grove near Arcadia, Florida. ..

.. oOo ourselves "Floridians". FOR RENT-40 acres choice tomato
-- For
Published every Friday In Clewiston, many years was a mem- '
Florida, by .the CLEWISTON NEWS, LEAVING WASHINGTON last ber of the Disciples of Christ la-nd near ''Lake. F. L. Williamson ,,

Inc. Thursday, this 16-car special 'train I Mr., Greer asks a question-"Are church. At the' time of' his deathhe lewiston, Fla. CN-D If

.I carried Senators and Congressmen You This Man". Sec ad on page 4. was, a member of the Ebenezer

KDATIILEY BORDEN, Editor representing 21 states Governors, I I Lutheran church, Pierson, :Florida. ,
high governmental officials, financiers ROOM AND BOARD-fl per day
was received into the Blue
Entered as second class mail matter industrial leaders and big II II ill!' I ll llllllllliillllIlf!!lim ll!!mmi [ '" Lodge of the Masonic Order at Cocoa Mrs. Maynard, Hay Building. d6

February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In business executives. rjllmlillmlmI'J '
about 1904. He
CJcwiston, Florida, under the Act 0!',I .-oOo- WITH THEChurches took
March 3. 1897.Enbscriptlon. I the chapter and commandery degrees -
I INVITED BY THE Florida State -
I in Daytona Beach as a member it
Chamber of Commerce to visit the sIf
I of Volusia Lodge No. 77. He
Rate $2.00 Per Year. I I
state and learn first hand, by per-
I was a Past Patron of Barberville "
Application. contact and observation, of LII iljlllIJmilli11idFIn
Advertising Rolen On its sonal amazing resources and opportunities n m IJllliiml: lah I iimmlilmIIII I l hI !!I VIII lmiillfiillillll: ,! 1 !1 !! Chapter No. 51, O. E. S. THIS MAN?

Prof. Wakefield taught the past
this group of notables arrived T BAPTIST
Devoted to the advancement and welfare CHURCH
in Pierson
year Florida. Although CONFUSED bewildered have -
of Clewiston and Hendry County. in Jacksonville last Friday Marshall Mines, Pastor.
where they were entertained royally ..-- he was in failing health, he con- tried but unable to land a good

and made acquainted with tho "The Church of Friendly Distinc-I tinued his school work until the job? Are you still confident-anx-

The hunting and fishing con- industrial and commercial activi- tion." : close of the school year in May. ious to succeed, not just wishing,

gressmen didn't have much luck ties of our "Gateway: City." Stopping For many years he was a member but willing to do something aboutit

but got their feet wet and seemed briefly at St. Augustine, they Services every Sunday:. II of the' Florida Educational to enjoy the better t.hings.in

perfectly happy about the whole I visited the old fort, the Fountainof Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., B. sociation, and of ,the National EdU-1 life? Are you mechanically inclin I

thing. Youthf, Alligator and Ostrich E. Herring, Supt. cational Association. I ed-eager to learn-dependable-?

j I Morning Worship 11:00. .Sermon Then you may be just the man.
Marineland and other points
Farm, I' Survivors include his wife, I a
by the Pastor. For the man who can qualify ,
of interest. daughter, Mrs A. Clarke Dean 'of
When Congressman Sol Bloomof _. oOo I B. Y. P. U. 6:15. p. m., V. C. we have an opportunity. We will
New York complained at Belle Panama City, and two sons, HomerE.
Woodward, Director. train him (Shop-Train) by Greer
Glade because there was no sugaron TRAVELING : Wakefield, jr., of Clewiston, and
j I Evening Preaching 7:30 p. m. Shops, for the rapidly growing
the coast
entire length of east they
the table for his coffee it's i Mims Wakefield at home.
Sermon by the Pastor. NEW industries. Diesel or Air-Con-
funny that someone didn't thinkto arrived in Miami Saturday morningand He has one living sister, Mrs. Lua '
Midweek, Service every Wednes- ditioning definitely needs Trainedmen
make the retort that the gov- for a, two-day period enjoyedthe Van Dyke, Knoxville, Pa. Other
day at 7:30 p. m. to fill important jobs. To determine -
of the
ernment wouldn't allow us to pro- hospitality members of the family are Mr. and
Sermon topic for Sunday: __ your qualifications phone
included dinners, banquets,
duce enough sugar for our own Mrs. Robert E. Mims of Miami, Mr.
11:00 a. m. "Righteousness". George Rooming House Sunday ,.
sight-seeing tours, golf fishing and
needs. and Mrs. A. J. Kennedy of Cocoa,
other entertainment.oOo. I 7:30 p. m. "I' Can'tf. Miss Gertrude E. Mims of Atlanta Dec. 11th (only), ask for Mr. Mc- \.

..-- -' If it is cold Sunday our church Crillus. (Adv.) "' ..
I and Miss Callie N. Mims of Daytona -
The Everglades News publishedan SWINGING BACK up state again will be well heated. Everyone is I Beach. I .
extra edition last week follow I cordially invited to attend the
Sunday evening: our guests awoke :
ing the Pahokee gridders victoryover
Monday morning in the heart of I services.
West Palm Beach. The extra / Among named as active and
the Everglades, and were driven by Missionary Circles Meet Tuesday honprary pallbearers were many
carried a play by play account of
motor bus from Port Mayaka to Circle One will meet. Tuesday at well-known business: men and edu-
the and was on the Good FarmLand
game press
nine minutes after the final whistle Clewiston, through miles of the rich 3:30 with Mrs.: :'H. A. Thomas and cators of the state. The group included -

'glade trucking area and on to Circle, Two with Mrs. E. L. Hayes. a former ,state school sup-
and on the street fifteen minutes
the great cane growing section. Free Labor Wanted '
I erintendent
a county superintendent -
after. Nice work, Paul: '
oOo- The women of the Missionary Society of Volusia county, trustees of
I II I AT CLEWISTON, guests of the have purchased the paper to schools where he had taught and ,

American Nazis are said to have I United States Sugar Corporation go over the outside of the church county school officials: /

threatened the life of Mayor La- they witnessed cane harvesting. operations building and work has begun inputting for 'RentTrespassers .
Guardia of New if he The following list is from the .
York doesn'tkeep visited the' sugar house it on. No one is being hired. I

his mouth shut. These foreigners and banqueted at the new Clewis- :All labor is donated. Anyone who -Daytona Beach Morning Journal.

who keep snapping at the ton Inn,. where they spent the night. is willing to help and has an hour Active: Norman Swanson, .Erwin I .
hand that feeds them should I Anderson, Roy Childs, Evald I
remember / -oOo- or two any day from eight to five
that several thousand miles son, Rudolph Peterson, Allen peter-\
and'offer \
SO GREAT WAS the contrast between please see pastor your \
of water separate them from their the gay colorful playgroundarea services. Three or four men can notte, all of Pierson.

idol, Adolph. Clyde Lemmon and Jake Minchew,
of Greater Miami and the finish the work in a couple of days. '.
Barberville Arvid Peterson and '
busy bustling agricultural and .industrial Holiday Schedule for' Baptist Church ; .r
Ben Swanson, Pierson; W. S. Caw- '
The first football season in Clew
section of Lake Okeechobeethat "
iston closes today. Successful? Yes, the visitors astounded.: COMMUNITY CHURCH thorn, Tallahassee; George 'W. Will Be'r, "."-:
in but primarily for Marks, DeLand; Robert J. Long- .. ,. 'fr_,.,' ,
every way Palm A ,
Here was a new and different Flor- Royal ;:" -
arousing an interest in school activity -I Minister street, Harry Horn, A. E. Harbin, ProsecutedClewiston :
ida and all were deeply impressed C. Taylor, / ;< :
among the people of the' with the resources and possibilities ___- t Charles Tom Henderson, E. J. Yel- ,..,:; .,
: vington Arcadia Dr. P. L. Moon, '
community. May spirit con-! :
presented. \ Morning worship and sermon by j '
tinue through the year and promote Jr., Pierson; T. G. Merchant, 'Madi- -. :; ) .
.--000- the minister of the church next '
a. better school spirit among I I son; J. E. Parker Orlando; George :
-Y i
VERY FEW OF THESE folks Sunday at cle'ven o'clock. ll/ ,
the students. Strockman, Pierson; I. I. HImes, .' -., Jl '
knew: Florida as anything but a Sunday' sClio,91. ,every Sunday I -- V"'A
West Palm 'Beach;' R. L.' Tarpleyand : ;
winter playground and this vast morning at nine forty-five. v.:'v x>-
.AVE HOPE THEY RETURN I Ed Peterson of Holly Hill. .--- *?!1P1!
bustling! agricultural development Christian Endeavor meeting' Sunday -i fiJ."i.'fitJ.__"1
revelation to them. Equally evening at six. 'ji/ '"{; :
I was a ., And ;
Some of the greatest figures, in : UEVOLY FLANIKEX Realty
I impressive was the entry into the Junior Endeavor meeting Tues-
the public life of America were CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY .
I highland lake section and inspection day afternoon at three-thirty. 1
Clewiston )
entertained in Monday <
of groves and packing houses'' at Choir rehearsals on Monday and DevelopmentCorporation
afternoon and Tuesday morning and Bevoly Flaniken celebrated his ?, ', : ;,;",?;
Lake Wales where a brief stop was Thursday evenings. -"
we can only say, after our contacts fifth birthday Saturday afternoon
made for a visit to Bok Tower. The postponed meeting of the
with them, that they were a thor- with a party at the home of his
,-oOo- Board of Trustees will be held '
oughly democratic, understandinggroup parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Flani- .
ARRIVING AT TAMPA Tuesday Monday evening in the church. ,/
and, we hope they return ken on the government reserva- .
again'and again. evening, they were guests, of_ the The public 'is cordially invited to -,". ,-'....:;"!

Chamber of Commerce ,at another worship in the Community Church. tion.Mrs. : > "
That group enjoyed their visit to Flaniken was assisted by ; 1
banquet and the following morningwere 1'ifi
the interior of Florida and par- I Mrs. J. W. Moore in caring for, the : :;fl H:;
1 taken to visit cigar factories,
ticularly to the Everglades where Homer E. WakefieldThe children who were guests._ Outdoor
shipyards, and other industrial activities -
they found a section of the state games were enjoyed and the party not onki .SAFE,
to ;acquaint:: themselves with
which they probably never suspected -I invited into the dining room for
the state's great west coast metro- *-"
was here. Emphasis 'is placed. following account of the refreshments.A EPSS, ffiJF23iK h

when describing Florida to the I polis. ..--000-_ death last Wednesday in Cubitis of Christmas color scheme was .... .r-, ..11.. _:

northerner, on the natural beautyof n I Homer E. Wakefield, 63, the fatherof carried out in the party accessories. Ut = I --s=!:

the state, the resorts and the I LEAVING TAMPA, they journeyed Coach Homer Wakefield Clew Red and green balloons formed -

..man-made beauty spots and it is to Lakeland for a brief stop to iston is taken from the Arcadia part of the decoration's and lat- '

only; natural that this is so. But learn of our resources in phosphate, Arcadian of December 1. as' follows: er were given to the children as ;_

the'r'e'are millions of Americanswho citrus and winter" truck production.Then I surroundedwith
Homer Eugene Wakefield died at favors. The calve was
can see more beauty in a well- on to Orlando to see with Wednesday af- green foilage and red flow-
his home at Cubitis
cultivated garden spot, a well-kept their own eyes the beauty and I ternoon, November 30, 1938. The ers, and red and green candles

farm: home or general industrial activity -I charm of Interior Florida. Thurs- burned on the tables.
will be tonight,
body shipped
than in the most pretentious 'I .-ouo- burial Ice cream and cake were served but '
day to Daytona Beach, where PROFITABLE :
buildings, the most beautiful water- THE- FLORIDA STATE Chamber will be made Saturday after- to Carol and Jean Augur, Emma _

falls or the most entrancing >ce'ag Commerce has done a masterful Home in Jane Ezelle, Mary Kay Pafford, Sue I
Roberts Funeral
job in bringing these representativefolks noon. Smith Billy Broad- q-here are several safe places: for ..<
panorama. Cornette, Bobby l
charge of the arrangements.
The wonderful fertility of the to the state and the benefitsto foot, Richard Knight, Kay Bowden, your savings..in a safe deposit :

inucklancts appealed to the greater be" gained will be felt in many I I Prof. Wakefield was born August: Hether Guthrie, Don Terrell, I box, In government bonds, invested .

number of these 'visitors and ways. I 16, 1875, near Olean, N. Y., on the Marshall, Claire Jones and Joel I here, etc.: The principal: difference: :-it .

Haskill, the son of Dexter. Wake- I is that HERE savings ,,.-
oOo earn
they were all of keen enough in- Schroeder. your a

tellect to vision the tremendous potential THE TWENTYONE"State Sena- field and Mary Olive Ingraham __ i generous profit for you... because:

development of the area tors and thiity-six Congressmen in Wakefield. He'came to Florida at Miss Eunice Meredith and Miss= they work constantly: and profitably,

and to understand how this development the party, including such outstand- the age of seventeen with his par- Essie Maye Coleman are spending_ I amply secured by,many homes.?

has been retarded by gov- ing figures as Bennett Champ ents who bought a grove at Pomona this week-end visiting in Fort My- *

ernmental regulation. Clark, Sol Bloom, James M. Mead, Putnam county.He .

'Perhap those Senators and Congressmen '- Robt. F. Wagner and-others, manyof received his high school education ers. Clewiston Federal ,

present will vote to make whom had never even visited at Palatka, and took special Largest Sea bird

the present restrictions less strin- the state before, gained an inti- I I training for the teaching profes- The albatross, which is the largestsea Savings and LoanAssociation '

gent ,when Congress convenes; per- mate first hand knowledge of Flor- sion at Knoxville College, Harvard bird, attains a length of 4 feet, a

haps they won't, but we do know ida that will cause them to con- University, Cornell University, Peabody weight of 25 pounds, and a wing '

that they enjoyed their visit and sider with sympathetic understanding College, Columbia University, cnrorl of I1? (fo*+ ,-;:.

Florida Appalachian -------------------
were impressed by our section.It the problems that confront us University of .' :.

_ was a great idea of the 'State and enable our own senators and I I Teachers College and University of I . .. . . .. N .H .... :..H. :...N .:...N.N N..... .. N.: :
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Vermont.He :
Chamber of Commerce in bringing representatives to enlist their sup- J '

these folks to Florida to view our port and full cooperation, based on began teaching forty years y:: :!: \

industry and yet undeveloped re- this personal- knowledge as a result ago at the age of twenty-three. He ; MEN ,

sources. We. were glad to" have them. of this trip. taught his first school at San Mateo :y: :: : !

and hope they'll ,come back. .-oOo- ; was principal: of schools at Cres- ; :

,iToo:-' BUSINESS LEADERS', financiersand cent City, Cocoa-Rockledge Consoli- :;: Your Credit Good. :': {. .ItI.AGE .: /

-ori others will likewise have an dated High School, Seabreeze High .t. :.t. :

':":" ":":":":":":":":":":":": :":":":":M-+:": :;:. entirely different conception of School, Madison High School and .;t. ;. : I ..::Rt
Individualpleasure :
NEW Tailored :=: <
Florida and a greater personal interest also Sebring High School, and :: Wear a .... ,.9

Late To Classify in the 'state. All of this Florida Normal Institute at Madison '1.. Suit While You Pay 3: ;".{

,r will make itself felt in more favorable Holly gill Junior High School, ..j.::. .:... ".{.J

CJ3y 'R..uHell Kay legislation, new industries, better business new money relations :- Center Pierson High High School.On at Barberville. and :;: A postcard will bring the Lake's Old ;:;:.. '

':..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. and eventually some 'of these folks June 4, 1907, he married Susie Dependable Tailor Representative :;:}:
v'll return to! become permanent Cooper Mims, daughter of the

AT THE INVITATION of President citizens. late Hon. and Mrs. Robert Eugene CHAS. E. LEAR ; (: .

Harold Colee of the Florida .-oOo- Mims of Savannah, Ga., and Bre- f .. ,.,j

State Chamber of Commerce, it FLORIDA'S EFFORT in enter- vard county, Florida. Prof. Wake- '.' : '.;"

was my privilege to serve as your taining this distinguished group field moved to Seabreeze thirty : Box 508. Clewiston, Fla. J

special Florida' correspondent Resources. Special"aboard, which"The I 'I hoped will, .. be that rewarded other and similar it. is groups to be I years Seabreeze ago, High serving School as principal for seven of ..J.........-.....-.-,.......-,...-..-..-.................-..-.........................-....................-..-.......................................-/..........................-.:'.,'.'..:-..'(.,,. I \


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:rj .jMj..3wJ..J..JwJ .wJ..J..jMj..3wjMJ..J ..'J..J..JwJ..J..JX ..............................................................................:-+....................... Wives Of Officials Are I GJ..ORIAlIcDUFFIE ELECTED ford, Mrs. F. C. Taylor, Mrs.

) :i: :i: PRESIDENT JUNIOR: GIRLS CLASS George Bellamy, Mrs. WL F. Simp-

r-rtf r Y.s. .A s. Entertained"'With Bridge son and Mrs. J, D. Bruce. )

Gloria McDuffie was elected pres-

,PERSONAL and, SOCIETY Party At Clewiston Inn ident of the Junior Girls Class of

+ + I the Community Sunday School at DIESEL OFFERS

.. I ..t.1 the election of officers held in connection -
s Wives of Senators and Congressmen with the
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Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bishop motored :. :: Broadfoot left Tuesday ;:.I Florida Resources Special train, Betty ''McDuffie was elected vice- '

to Miami Friday. a business visit of several days in were guests at an afternoon bridge president,' Jean Augur, secretaryand
)" Tampa. I and bingo party given on the terrace Anne Pafford, treasurer. Sally '
t.: of the Clewiston Inn Mon- OPPORTUNITIESFor
Graham was hostess at the .
Fred I. Hill of Melbourne was a meeting.Several
Arnold Hoffman, Ervin Henschel, I day. A group of Clewiston ladies
games were
f> business visitor here Friday.R. played, and
(< Arnold'Schroeder, Harold Fraase acted as hostesses at the party and delicious refreshments of cocoa, the man who can qualify
Jf -, and, Curtis Hagen of Buffalo, North later conducted the visitors on 'a marshmallows, toasted crackers and i we have an opportunity. Are you
:' N. Miller of LaBelle transacted Dakota, spent a few days in Clew- tour of the sugar house. cheese were served. mechanically inclined-eager' to

:, business here Wednesday. iston this week visiting C. Krueger High score prize at bridge was learn-dependable? Then you may
Attending were Jean Augur, Cleo be just the man we' will trainshoptrain
and Mr. and Mrs. Gus E. W nzloff: won by Mrs. Ross A. Collins, sec- Scott
I:, J. Irvin Davis 'or'Alban Ga. The visitors I June Espenlaub, Patricia ( ) by Greer Shops for
), are making a leisurelytour ond high by Mrs. 'phil Ferguson,
Bailey, Carline Berner
Betty and the
is spending several days here on of the United States, having i third by Mrs. Edwin. A. Halsey and Gloria McDuffie rapidly growing: Diesel industrythat
Anne Pafford
I ,
definitely needs trained
business. left home October 30th and visit- low by Mrs. Norman Hamilton. Miss men
Marian 'Delozier
Marianne Jones, to fill
responsible jobs. To de-
ed Montana, Idaho and Washington/ I Vera Bloom won high prize at Barbara
., Mr. and Mrs. L. Phillip Clarke Oregon, California, Arizona, Texas ,the bingo table and Mrs. Dow W. I Bruce, Mauryne Prewitt, termine your qualifications phone
Nancy Wright, Ogie Arnette
Sally, George Rooming House Sunday,
and followed the gulf coast to Flor- Harter won second prize.
t of West Palm Beach are spending
Florence and Kathleen Graham Dec. 11th
(only), ask for Mr. Mc-
f:" the week-end in Clewiston. ida. They will return home through I The guest list included Mrs. and Bobbie Spicer.
f the midwestern states from this interesting Charles 0: Andrews, Mrs. C. O. Crillus. Adv.)

N. C. Storey and Norman Storeyof trip. Andrews, Jr., Mrs. William J. Bu- MRS. SCHROEDER WINS ,

.', Miami were business visitors ,low, Mrs.: Leslie L. Biffle, Mrs. Wil-i HIGH PRIZE AT BRIDGE

here for a few days this week. Otto Larsen Weds Ellen liam B. Barry, Mrs. Sol Bloom, J. M. COUSE

; ( Miss Vera Bloom, Mrs. Amo Bald-I Mrs. B. J. Schroeder won a cigar-
I, Anderson of Denmark'win, Mrs. Ross A. Collins, Mrs. Pat Counselor and Attorney at Law
i' Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Crochet at- set' as high score prize at the Hopkins Buildimg
Cannon, Mrs. Clarence Cannon, Mrs. '
tended the Miami-Georgia football evening bridge club, which was Wednesdays and
game in Miami Friday evening. At Community ChurchMiss Bennett Champ Clark, Mrs. Harold I entertained on Thursday by Mrs.T. 9:30 to 4:00 Saturdays
i Colee, Mrs.. Millard ,Caldwell, Mrs. B, Shelley. A luncheon cloth.
William P. Cole, Jr., Mrs. Wall Dox- was awarded Mrs. R. C. Nowlingfor i
--Jc'. Van Bush of New York is spend- Ellen Anderson of Eskaer, ey, Mrs. Duncan, Mrs. Patrick low score and a raffia bag

ing several days here visiting his Denmark, became the bride of Otto Drewry, Mrs. J; Burwood Daly, to Miss Mae Palmer as cut prize.

f sister, Mrs. G. E. Etherton. Larsen, of Clewiston, in a pretty Mrs. Josiah Ferris, ,Mrs. HamptonP. Delicious pie and coffee were

wedding ceremony performed in Fulmer, Mrs. Phil Ferguson,
served by the hostess to Mrs. Mrs. Blanche'Turner
f f J. M. McKay and ,R. C. Wil- the Clewiston Community Church M'rs. Aaron L. ''Ford, Mrs. Harold I Schroeder, Miss Palmer, Mrs. Nowl
liams of Peoria, 111., are transacting Saturday evening by Rev. ForestC. -
Flanery, Mrs. J. P. Guthrie Mrs.
ing, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. H. H. invites to visit her
business in Clewiston. Taylor. you
James H. Hughes, Mrs. Norman
Turner, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs.
The church was beautifully deco- Hamilton, Mrs. Edwin A. Halsey
Roy Alston and Mrs. C. E. Nail.
Fr. F. J. Finnegan of Melbourne rated with pink and white garden Mrs. Luther ,A. Johnson, Mrs Dow new
visited in Clewiston several 'days flowers, against a background of
W. Harter, Mrs. John Kee, Mrs. "CHHIST L\S" IS TOPIC OF
f' ,. this week. green palms and fern. The altar Fred Kent, Mrs. Charles H. Levy, LADIES'AID MEETINGThe
f was banked with pink and white Mrs. G. Gould Lincoln, Mrs. Carl BEAUTYSHOP'

; Mrs. F. Edward Bryant left Wednesday chrysanthemums; and on each side Loeffler, Mrs. J. B. ,Lawrence, Mrs. December meeting' of the

'; for her home in Palm Beach stood tall baskets of pink and George, Mansfield, ,Mrs. James, M. Ladies Aid Society was given over
after visiting her daughter, Mrs. white gerbera and was lighted by
lead, Mrs. Thomas S. McMillan, to the topic of Christmas. The pro-
;;, F. Deane Duff, for-a few days. cathedral candles. Candelabra with Mrs. J. F. Massey, Mrs. Matthew N. gram was arranged by Mrs. F. C.
t, pink and white lighted tapers were
Neeley, Mrs. Jack Nichols, Mrs.
Taylor, and included a musical
Hugh F. Latimer, state Baptist placed at' intervals in the church complete with the
Claude Pepper, Mrs. James P. Pope, reading, "The Mansion" by Henry
J worker, was a visitor in Clewiston and provided the only light used '
Mrs. John Perry, Mrs. Walter Van Dyke, given by Mrs. M. M. :
: Sunday and conducted services in during the ceremony.Mrs. Pearce I newest and most J
Prewitt with Mrs. J. R. Doty ac up-
the First Baptist Church. John H. Doty, pianist, R. N. -
( ,
': Mrs. Mrs.
: Jennings Randolph,
companying. :Mrs. Cate gave ,a talk .
Smith and F. M. soloists I
Wright, to-date
Robert Rainspeck, Mrs. J. P. Richards on the true meaning of Christmas, equipment.
r r., :Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cornette of rendered a program of appropriate Mrs. William ,H. Sutphin, and 'Mrs. I. D. Leydig conducted
Greenville, Kentucky are spending wedding music. Mr. Smith sang "0 '
Mrs. Cora M. Snider, Mrs. John the devotionals.
[: a few weeks in Clewiston visiting Promise Me"-DoKoven, and Mr.
Sparkman, Mrs. Sowell, Mrs. Elmer Final plans for the bazaar were Our skilled operatives ",.
; Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Cornette. Wright's solo was Gounod's "AvsMaria" Frank -
Thomas Mrs. B. Welchel
announced. Mrs. W. BCate, Mrs.J. .
i' Wagner's Wedding March Irs. Waas. 'G. Niblack and Mrs. M. J.I ,
: Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson and from Lohengrin was used as pro- are ready to serve you
The hostess
group was composed Hirsch, hostesses, served fruit cake.
Mr. and Mrs. George L. Royal were cessional and Mendlesohnn/s wedding -
of Mrs. Dave Alston, Mrs. J. E. and coffee at the conclusion of
in Miami Friday evening to attend march as recessional on arrival.
Beardsley, Mrs. M. Wt.: Bigg, Mrs. the meeting.
, the Miami-Georgia football game. The bride entered on the, arm of
r ; A. Bestor, Mrs. J. D. Bruce, Jr.,
r :' Hv Attending; were Mrs. W. B. Cate,
-, R. E. Kurtz, by" whom she 'was
f lIrB.. A.' Bourne Mrs. F.Edvard Mrs.' Foy Durrence; Mrs.. John ,H. -"'-
Mrs.V'. D. Thomas and son, given in marriage. She was radiant .
: Bryant, Mrs. Keathley Bowden, Doty, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. J. J. ,:,
I [ James of New Preston, and beautiful in her wedding gown,
Mrs. L. Mrs. F. ,
Sidney Crochet, Graham, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. M. Turner'sBEAUTY ::1,
!: Connecticut, were week-end guests I which was a formal afternoon dress 'Deane Duff, Mrs. Otis A. Jones, J. Hirsch, Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. .

)\ r of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Thomas. [of rose crepe. Her corsage was of :Mrs. W. H., Lanier, Mrs. B. P. Luce,' H. C. Jones, Mrs. C. M. Jarvis, Mrs. SHOP '\
carnations.Mrs. .
Irs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson Richard H. Knight, Mrs. I. D. Ley- 1 i
G. :Mrs. M. Kettl arrived Monday Larsen is the 'daughter of I
Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. dig, Mrs. W. ,H. Lanier, Mrs.. E. C. Hopkins Bldg. Phone 392 r
Mr. Mrs. J. Andersen of Eskaer .
the and -
from Massillon, Ohio, to spend [V. C. Prewitt, Mrs. H. J. B. Scharn- Mills, Mrs. J. G. Niblack, Mrs. M. -

, winter here with her daughter, Denmark, and is the childhood berg, Mrs. M. H. Scotti, Mrs. E. L. M. Prewitt, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, I !
Mrs. G. A. Yon, and, her son, John sweetheart of Mr. Larsen who left I 1 \
r Stewart, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. Mrs. Joe Robbins, Mrs. I. M. Paf-
t Kettl. Eskaer twelve years ago to residein M. E. VonMach and Mrs. F. M.
America. She has spent the past ,
'! \Vright.LARGE. i
, i Mrs. F. W. Delozier, Marion and :year with friends in Chicago and .:..:..:..: :.AtVt:.At:..VAAA.:.A.:..IttJ..J..J..jMjMjMj**:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:... ,"j j.i.
;, t Billy Delozier, of Connellsville, Pa., came to Clewiston last week to be CROWD ATTENDS .i. .)
''t Mrs. Delozier's parents, married in the town which is to be ;
. r are visiting CATHOLIC BENEFIT BRIDGEThe :: -COMING-- .1)
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Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Leydig until after her future home. |

! t' the Christmas, holidays. The groom is the son of Mr. and I Catholic rectory was the :i :

Mrs. J. L. Larsen of Eskaer, Den- scene of a delightful bridge and ..s.. 'J
I : west mark. He has resided in Clewistonfor .
C. B. Savage of Palm Beach Michigan party Tuesday evening, '
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and M. ,S. Hazen of New York City several years and is associated when a benefit was given there for .;. yA! ::1X ,

are spending- a few days here on with R. E. Kurtz in farming oper- St. Margaret's Altar Society.Mrs. .s. '

I business. Mr. Hazen was guest ations in the Clewiston area. John Elmore, who held high s

speaker of the Belle Glade Rotary Mr. and )\1-rs. Larsen spent a brief score at bridge, won a lovely Fos- y Y hY h.s.

I t Club at noon today. honeymoon on the East Coast and toria fruit bowl, Mrs. J. H. Press- .. .s. '

have returned to reside in the ley, second high, won a potteryash y

A. H. King, James and Owen Clewiston Inn Apartments. tray and a similar bowl was y h '
Winn, J. D. Hooker, Munselle Stone awarded to Mrs. J.: W;, Ezelle who .s.
and Billy: Davis attended the Moore Read ad on page 4 headed "Are II won cut prize. Mrs. J. W. Francis I y Y AY

_,Haven-Everglades football game in You This Man". received consolation prize. Mrs. F. irj
Moore Haven last Friday after- C. Taylor received a set of bowlsas

noon. MRS/ G. A. YON ELECTED, high prize at Michigan and Mrs. 1 1

PRESIDENT ALTAR SOCIETYMrs. Pike, Belle Glade, a package of y y
Mrs. J. Grady Niblack, Miss Hazel individual powder puffs for low y

Prince, Miss Mary ,Markette, G. A. Yon was re-elected score at Michigan. y I J JpMYTHMIT1)h'i1

and Miss Billie Johnson, motored 'president of St. Margaret's' Altar Playing were Mrs. Adolph, Krum- ?

to Pahokee Tuesday evening to I I Society at the meeting held Thurs eig, Mrs. Pike, Mrs. Larry Nash
'attend a banquet given by the day afternoon at the home of Mrs.'I ')f Belle Glade, Mrs. E. E. Edwards,

Everglades Business and Profes-I Horace A. Bestor. Mrs. Z. G. Mer- Mrs. A. L. Taylor, Mrs. S. A. Graves

sional Women's Club for their em- edith was elected secretary-treasur- and Mrs. F. A. Dougherty, LaBelle,
ployers. i er. Mrs. W. F. ,Simpson, Mrs. H. R.

--' Father Lawrence ,J. Flynn attended Hall, Mrs. E. P. Mutrux, Mrs. H. 1 : :x r
V. C. Woodward, Roy Alston! B. and made a splendid inspirational R. Knight, Mrs. G. A. Yon, Miss x BOYS 4

,, ;E. Herring, Rev. M. G. Mines, L. talk to the members. He also Mae Whitten,' Miss Livonia Cong-I y A

C. Miller, M. Carter, Manning displayed a number of chalices, don, Mrs. 'B. A. Bourne, Mrs. M. E.
Keene and Mr. Mathis attendedthe crucifixes and beautiful vestments VonMach, Mrs. Tom Hurst, Mrs.

Peace River Brotherhood meet- which were sent recently as a gift Glen Etherton, Mrs. Foy Durrence, kPEOPL 'V M ivi LT t I
ing of Baptists at Moore Haven to the local church from a groupof Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. J. D. :: &

last night at which Judge W. Ral- nuns in Philadelphia. Bruce, Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs. G. A
fe t- eigh Petteway of Miami was the Attending the meeting were Mrs. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. W. ,P. Vaughn, Howh4 A

t principal speaker. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. Zerney Meredith, Mrs.! W. P.: Vaughn, sr., Mrs. H. 4 v $ A A
I' Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. M. E. Von T. Vaughn, .:*. 11 ci v- --i A

Among the Clewiston residents Mach, Mrs. Sidney Crochet, Mrs. Mrs. Sidney Crochet, Mrs O. F. & nr A

attending the Pahokee-West Palm B,, A.. Bourne, Mrs. G. A. Yon ''and Schiffli, Mrs. B. P. Luce, Mrs. B.

Beach football game in Pahokee Mrs. Bestor. E. Herring- Mrs. A. '0., Ward. 'Mrs | 'THE EER J'y

Thursday evening were Mr. and W: W. Perry, Mrs. G. H. Small, ;
Mrs. J. A. McGehee, Dr. and Mrs.J. YOUNG WOMAN'S CLUB TO I Mrs. R. C. Wilson, 1Irs.V.. a

W. Ezelle, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. MEET WEDNESDAY NIGHT Lanier, Miss Eunice Meredith, ,\\ H'I Y ONLY X:
Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs., A. W. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. J. F. :t: .

; Sias, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Crochet The Young Woman's Club of Mrs. Z. G. Meredith, Mrs. M. ,M. .: s:
L Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence, Clewiston, will hold its regular Prewitt, Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn, Mrs. ;: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15 ;

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Berner, Mr. meeting Wednesday night, Decem- M. W.: Bigg, Mrs. A. L. Hackett, !.

, and Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mr. and ber 14, at the home of Miss Ruth Mrs. H. C. Jones, Mrs. O. A. Jones, %: Big Tent Opposite City Hall :s
f Mrs. W. C. Rooker, Mr. and Mrs. .Knight. This will be the last meeting Mrs. George\ Bellamy, Mrs. M. J.

""r ,J. E. Beardsley, Mr. and Mrs. M. i before Christmas and all members Hirsch, Mrs. Bessie Elliott, Mrs.: Admission: Children 15c, Adults 25c

t !: M. Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs. Henry C.I who have not already done J. P. Higgins, Mrs, W. T. Wheeless, y

r ,1' Kolstad, Pat and Wilbur McGehee, so are urged to see Florence Sloa Mrs. E. L. Haves! Father Lawrence *: IF COLD TENT WILL BE HEATED :i:
z! Bill Owen, Nicky SchiffU and Dick aker about drawing a name for al Flynn, Father' Voss and J. W. .

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News Analysis-:- : I BIG PLAYTHINGS MADE LITTLE I Wise and Otherwise ,\if: ,"...'1,<,.'' ,

I ,
Coalition Gesture '
Dem-G.O.P. are saying that a I ,
pedestrian crossing is a dash l j :'
': between two dotted lines. ; \ .':
TrendBy 4r;>
Be 'Middle Ground' < :1
May You never can tell. Many a J .;
/ ;: M"9' half-baked millionaire has. ;:

Joseph W. La Bine- more crust than dough."What's .
: wrong with the girl )
imI. of ?" Per- .
today asks
a poster. '
let Ger-
to vassaldom, has agreed to
haps that she wasn't born }
EDITOR'S NOTE-When opinions are many build two canals and a super- yes- .
they are those terday.
expressed in these columns her connecting Ger-
highway across ,
and not necessarily '
of the news analyst Even Solomon with a thou-
of the newspaper. many proper with Austria'via a new I
sand wives must have
short route. Both canals (one on i
the Moldau, the other on the Oder) 1 dered at times if he wouldn't '

PoliticsN will join with the Danube "river and I : have been happier if he had ',

Arierica's political pendulum furnish an unbroken waterway from married somebody else. l":

("Wings periodically from conservatism the North and Baltic seas to the I.. Shopkeepers call it "sales,rc- :,:
sistance." The think s.tit's ?
,, to liberalism and back again. Black sea. Thus will Hitler's eco- rest of us
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Coolidge-Hoover conservatism was nomic grip on central Europe be the triumph of mind over '.;'

1 followed by Roosevelt liberalism, strengthened. fx patter. ::t tI

but the return swing to conservatism (2)) With Great Britain ,definitely

that started last November 8 frightened, Hitler has won a peace ti1Vtii1g94M '<
is more apt to stop in the middle of treaty with Britain's ally, France, I :

the road, than to veer violently backto whereby a barrier is erected be-
rock-ribbed Republicanism. tween these two great European de 'JP/fJ 7; "o"lte neclpe. j

Washington observers, who claim mocracies. More important still is : !

President Roosevelt has discarded the fact that France's current eco- / the U/ezec ':
middle-road New Dealers in favorof nomic and political chaos is a direct 'lo- s Lot j
like Solicitor Gen. ; yJ3.
"left-wingers" result of war preparations necessi- /' :

Robert H. Jackson and WPA Ad- tated by Germany's aggressive pol '
ministrator Harry Hopkins, predictthe icy. To put down a strong Com- SYRUP CAKE

President must either abandonthis munist uprising, Premier Edouard '
1 cup sugar 1 tsp., soda -
policy or lose the support of Daladier has been forced to exercise l/2 cup melted ,fc tsp. salt .
Postmaster Gen. James J. Farley. Fascist-like control. shortening i/2 tsp. cinnamon I
The President's answer will come 2 eggs '1 tsp. baking powder '
. The only unpleasant note in an ','2 cup maple syrup 2'/a cups flour ,
when he names a successor to otherwise happy Bavarian Christ- 2 tbs. cold coffee 1 tsp. vanilla ., I
torney Gen. Homer S.. Cummings. 1 cup buttermilk !
mas'will be Poland's attitude. Al- ','I

l_ .\ ,".}!,; though Hitler safeguarded his pathto Beat the sugar' and shortening, '
v e Yf} v: r r / add beaten maple '
the southeast by blocking a pro- eggs syrup .

f : M'I posed Hungarian-Polish plan to an- .,""""y !%<. .. it.fZi.. .mlf. .Wr1:;:: I and coffee and beat until smooth. .
nex Ruthenia from Czechoslovakia, Sift flour, salt, cinnamon, and

the victory has brought him Poland's This year's toys are miniature' baking powder together, add al-
;; 'ternately with the buttermilk in
,: s'< undying hatred.Inte.national. models of
r /4, ,.: c practical gadgets. which the soda has been dissolved. .
Above: The "doctor" examines Add vanilla. Bake in three' eight-

his ailing patient, fitted out inch layer cake tins. Oven 350-
One day 115 years ago, President with a miniature medico's bag 375 degrees. Put together with
James Monroe stuck out his chin
that contains everything from a the following icing:
against the "holy alliance" then
stethoscope to a makebelieveM. Three cups light brown sugar
threatening the world in general and
f.+ ( : South America in particular. His D. degree. and 1 cup water. Boil to the soft

statement: "We could not view an ball stage. Cool slightly and add .
15sF 1 s" --------- 1 vanilla and
'a' p 1 interposition for oppressing them teaspoon enough

: (the Spanish-American republics) or cream to spread. Beat until ready ;

controlling in any other manner I to spread. This caramel icing
never curdles. If icing hardens
y their destiny, by any European power -
Y f 6 0 in any other light than as a, manifestation before spreading, add more

of an unfriendly disposi- cream.
rromw; : ; -
tion toward the United States.
In the century that followed, the

U. S. has clung tenaciously to its R HOW TO RELIEVEt' /t.i
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Monroe ddctrine, sometimes blush- ;

ing guiltily at charges of "dollar
I diplomacy" in South America. But
in 1938 there has arisen a threat far
made with Democrats. !
friends greater than the holy alliance, ,.,;...,
the Fascist-Nazi trium- COLDSimply fS "'
namely, ; .
If Mr. Jackson is appointed, Mr.
virate of Germany, Italy and Japan. 7 '
=: ; :
Farley will interpret the move as a : ::
How far these nations have
pene- s i
build-up leading to Mr. {
trated into South America is debata-
nomination in 1940. He 1
ble, but few observers deny the _'_.'_ _'_ '_' Y"'_" _' on" "" '" .. ,_ ...._ .....__ -- !
will place the same interpretationon S Follow These Easy Directions i:{t_

any efforts to win Mr. Hopkins i threat. Though the triumvirate may Model trains complete in detail but it's Dad-not
have no territorial ambitions in Pan are every (to Ease the Pain and Discomfort and
a cabinet post. Junior-who usually monopolizes these intriguing gadgets. The
America it is that Nazi-
Mr. Farley, casting about for a Sore Throat Accompanying( Colds
Fascist foreign trade success runs above train is modeled faithfully to scale, operating on a track '
1940 possibility, is reported to hand in hand with political success. half the usual size to accommodate model train enthusiasts who .
of State Cor-
favorably on Secretary ..r
dell Hull, the only cabinet member Diplomat and commercial salesmanare live in cramped quarters. Toy .. : .
who has refrained from casting his often one and the same person.U. trains are no longer for young- (. Ji 1. To ease pain and ':

lot with any factional element within S. weapons to fight this ag-" sters exclusively. discomfort and reduce '% : ,

the Democratic party. Mr. Roose- gression are trade agreements, a &-R I ;l-') r fever take 2 Bayer '<: ; : 7

velt's choice apparently lies between Pan-American "league of nations"and Tablets-drink a glass .-:

running for a third term or endors- co-ordinated Western hemi- of water. Repeat In >- ':i?!

ing some middle-grounder like Sec- sphere defense. To offer these weap- 2 hours. ,44 ; '.

retary Hull.Evidence. ons, a U. S. delegation is attendingthe V './y,
is already piling up testifying eighth Pan-American conferencein
Lima, Peru, which opens stra- .
to the political expediency of
this ,middle road position. Republicans tegically at a time when American
nations anxious air their .. 2. If throat
will are to trou- Is raw
who at last make them-
selves heard in congress next I bles. Notably included in the U. S.EXCANDIDATE from cold, crush and ;%
I dissolve 3 Bayer r:
month, are inclined to assume suchan
Tablets In / glass.of .
attitude rather than fight for a ... water I ..-
return to the traditional G. O. P.conservatfsm. gargle

In the senate, where Lw
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Republicans now have 23 members, .
they need the support of only 26 N=A(' l N ...."wN' .. ....... __.... ...........wix,./tiv.rc'....... ......... '...dk av...J : ';

Democrats, Farmer-Laborites, Pro- What's this? EVen'the trailer has entered toydom, along with THE SIMPLE WAY pictured .;::--1;.
gressives or Independents to hold a above often brings amazingly fast :.
streamlined automobiles in which Junior can drive down the .
relief from discomfort and
majority.By sore ;/
catering to the middle-grourid sidewalk. The new model cars have door-grips, radiator caps throat accompanying colds. <':',;;,

idea the President and headlights, while the trailer is a boon to young men *whowant Try it. Then-see your doctor. : ;: .f;:
can possibly '
'' He probably will tell you to con- _
take their' for ride.
forestall the rising tide of Republican -; to girls a tinue with the Bayer Aspirin ,be- .:".'

strength which is being built on ... .... cause it acts so fast to relieve'dis- ,
vy "!"'"""Y1"H.'J!" .: :m ": .:: :" y %: :;!: ,:': ::::::::- :< :?; w): ;, ., 1:;: f: .'
this very platform. He can also comforts of a cold. And to reduce (
avert a revolt in Democratic ranks, r fever. ,

which otherwise will almost certainly :: : :;a't;}.} This simple way, backed by

rise. to the surface during next ith ( scientific authority, has largely sup- ,
h the of medicines
planted use strong
A of .
congress. meeting Republicanand / ? J YxYr cold
in easing symptoms. Perhapsthe
Democratic minds is already easiest, most effective way yet
evident on curtailment 'of governmental discovered. But make sure you get

expenditures and a new policy genuine

for administering relief. s i Aspirin. .1

Oregon's Sen. Charles L. McNary, :: C Cc.

Republican.minority leader, has an- XCY .,, BAYERCI ;

nounced that "Republicans will join .. w 15COR
l i p s: "' y'r 12 '
with other groups" onsuch a, program / / d n. ':'v 'h ?(nt.v.\ 2 FULL .

One of his plans, that of : : r
turning relief administration over to LANDON i I

bipartisan state boards, finds expression Politics stopped at the gangplank. I -

in the bill being drafted by group is Alfred M. Landon, 1936 Get rid of WORMS in children 'f
North Carolina's Sen. Josiah W. Bai-
Republican presidential nominee, or adults. An enormous appe
ley, a Democrat. His political cohort which indicates that political parties -I tite, itching of the nose, grind-
Sen. Edward R. Burke of Nebraska ..
are willing to confine 'their opposition ing of teeth in sleep, eating ,
has announced that althoughthe to domestic affairs. dirt or clay are symptoms that J'
Bailey proposal is a "Demo- may indicate worms. The best -.J
Secretary of State Cordell Hull
cratic move, Republican support has already' memorized his iAit medicine to drive them out is .:.
will be welcomed. als, but his presentation will be Dr. Peery's "Dead Shot" Ver .;;:; .

staged so elaborately that South mifuge. 50c a bottle at drug- '' .):,

ForeignSnugly American nations themselves will) gists or Wright's Pill Co., 100 ,

ensconced in his Bavarian voice the plans. Reason: If the Gold St., New York, N. Y. i1l
ountain aerie at Berchtesgaden, U. S. were to take outright lead in ,'';.nil:>";
/.dolf Hitler can await Christmas defending the Western hemisphere ,':--1
< -(
morning knowing his stocking will the "dollar diplomacy" charge OnlyGooD ?:

be full. Established in 1938 as the would again appear. That Mr. Hull

master of Europe, Der Fuehrer is will succeed in solidifying Pan ._m._______________ MERCHANOISE'iCan
now able to sit back, and watch the America is conceded by most observers I"

spoils of his diplomatic and military who recall that in 1933 : .
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: SUNDAY L esson a

;, Use Darning: Cotton.-Darning V

: cotton is better than the more slippery
for ( L.. i..UNUQUIS'1. U. U ,
.. thread marking perforations lean tUih Moody Bible Institute

., in paper clothing patterns. of Chicago.
i,!!':"." Western MewsDaoei Union

Sagging Chair Seats.-To tighten

,'::: the cane on cane-bottomed Lesson for December 11

: ;,: chairs, brush to remove all dust, II trslr
rf,' then wash with salt water and h

i. ': : place in the open air to dry.. THE SIN OF COVETOUSNESSLESSON

'r.:,':.. *
" TEXT-Exodus 20:17: : Luke 12:
; Bones for Soup.-When buying
! 13-21; 1 Timothy 6610.:
{ bone roasts be sure the butcher GOLDEN TEXT-Thou shalt not covet.-

r-{ sends you the bones even if they Exodus 20:17.
(. pCati OpeNEOMIStAK6
: ; have to be removed. The bones
: can be used for making Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected
':: soups and copyrighted by International
::, and stock for stews. Council of Religious Education: used by
: .- permission.It .

,: Home. Made Dolls that seems this lesson peculiarly on covetousness appropriate

s I't::: For Young and Old ,our should preparations come right for in Christmas the midst, for of to' ,

it directs our attention away from
things to God, from outward prep- stimulates them
f::' THIS Christmas it is not-just the aration to the preparation of .the to repeat their
Houston Goudiss Discusses the Child Who Hasa refusal
who will receive dolls as long as mother shows /
' heart, from greedy desire to true
,;. as gifts. Doll collecting is becoming liberality of heart. Christmas may Lagging Appetite; Tells What to Do concern over their antics.Parents' .

F; a popular hobby for grown be literally "made over" for all of
The most valued dolls for the Eater Attitude ImportantThis
& ups. are us if we receive its truth. Finicky .
1 of whatever materials be at brings us to perhaps the
; may ,
; .
I. A Command (Exod. 20:17) C. HOUSTON GOUDISS most important factor in
" hand and reflect the individuality'I By dealing

\;' of the person who made them. This"Thou last shalt commandment not covet. carriesus HAS been well said that with the knowledge of nutritionnow with the young, finicky eater who

;':;$'P"\ Rag babies of all kinds have an "beyond the domain of civil mag- at the command of practically every mother, there' usually eats sparingly far outnumber and whose his dislikes likes.
important place in such a collec >
I: }' tion. You will enjoy making the istracy into that intellectual and thought realmof should not be, one ill-nourished child in our land. Unfor- Such a child must be encouraged

: motive, desire, ,tunately, statistics show that,possibly one-half of the children tactfully to eat a wide variety of
: where God alone is Lord and Judge"Dykes
t foods but mothers
must not be
, :. i. curt cuT2 USE HAIR YARN FACE FOR ( ). It deals' with the heart, 'in this country are either underweight, undernourished or over-solicitous, nor must they become

, LEG ARM SiJEATERTRIM out of which are all the issues of malnourished. obviously '
. angry or irritated
\ IEGES PIfCESANOSOCKTOPSWfiATER life. It reaches to the root of so Many factors may be responsible for this, state of affairs. when the child refuses food.

[. PIECG much that is wicked and destruc- Some children are fed incor-< Scolding, punishment and threatsof
CUT FROM tive in the world-the covetousnessof
i ro STOCISING TOP man. The love of money makes rectly owing to the' fact that set about systematically to learn punishment should be avoided,
I I as they defeat their Remember
t FOOT WRaP N men lie, steal, kill, cheat; in fact, the family income is small the reasons of why. Possibly the will cooperation too, that purpose.precept is a .'

HARES "the whole realm of human inter- and the mother has not learned your physician
powerful teacher, and that a
y NEAOAN and brokenup be required, for sometimes obscure -,
: D relations disorganized how to utilize low-cost foods child's dislike for certain foods '
physical causes responsible -
the dishonoring of the tenth may
t r commandment" (Morgan). that are rich in protective such as faulty elimina- may have been instilled by anonetooguardedly

It I SIZE 9 TAN STUF II., A Warning (Luke 12:13-21). minerals and vitamins in tion, diseased tonsils or teeth or expressed dislike -
a similar food on the part
BODY some other focal infection. On the
"Beware of covetousness. that
ANY place of those are higher of an adult.
BRIGHT CLOT LEGS The teaching of this passage is so priced. In other families, the other hand, it frequently'occurS

directly opposite to all ideas regard- mothers do not that a changed attitude on the

,: one shown here. Book 2 offered ing such matters accepted by the realize the impor- part of the mother in presenting: Some Helpful HintsIt
food is all that is to may' be necessary for the entire
herewith also offers many sugges- world at large, that it may be a tance of providinga necessary
tions for making and dressing total surprise to some readers and t well-rounded diet alter completely a child's attitudein family to live more quietly,
regard to his meals.: in order to give the finicky eater ,
dolls from scraps of materials. attendants at Bible school. for growing chil-
If you want,to make the stock- The yardstick of success in the dren. But the prob- It is' interesting to note, how- a chance to be quiet and relaxed.

ing doll, clip these directions and world-for an individual and organ- lems of these ever, that in studying a large There must be regularity of meals

keep them as this doll is not in ization, or a nation; yes, even for homemakers are group of children with poor appe- and mealtimes table'conversation must be peaceful.

either of the books offered here. many a church-is the possessionof more easily reme- tites, one investigator ''found that Keep the gen

The head, and body'' are made of ,, wealth, or property,. or other w 4, died, perhaps, than 82 per cent of the children were eral and impersonal in character
before older children.
.,' the foot of the stocking cut off "things." Write it then,in large let- those of mothers more than average in height and See to it

'.' where the heel begins, as shown. ters on the hearts and minds of our who plan a well- narrow in body. build. that selves.younger ones eat by them-

Stuff this_part_ vith cotton or bits boys and girls, "A man's life con- balanced diet, but
Often short
rest before
+ of soft clean rags, sew across the sisteth" not in ,the" abundance, the fmd-that-their,child .Faulty Diet May Destroy Appetite will h lp.a a child to become meals '. f
bottom and then wind a thread things which he possesseth" (v.,15)). lacks interest in, or even refusesto Frequently, 'a child's lack of in- And
around so that the toes of then The one who 'was known to his
'- eat the food that has been pre- terest in food may be traced directly a new method of presentingfoods
stocking will form the head. Fold friends (and to himself) as "a rich
pared carefully.
so to choice the
.. poor among will result in a changed attitude
the leg and arm pieces lengthwise, man" (v. 16), but whom God knewas foods presented to him. It has on the part of the child. ,

stitch,turn and then stuff. Wrap a "fool" (v. 20)), had more than Developing the Right Attitude been repeatedly demonstrated, for Foods for young children should
thread around to make divisions himself. He had
he could use for Strange as it may seem, such example, that when the diet lacks not be seasoned too highly. In,
for hands and feet. Sew the and barns
legsto to build new bigger ,
difficulties often arise because a vitamin B I' appetite decreases, so general, condiments should be
then add the skirt. "barns" that
the body, and could not see the
mother fails to give the necessary that there is less desire for food of avoided. Strong-flavored vegetables
The arms are sewn on top of the were already prepared, for as ,Ambrose -
consideration to developing in the any kind. Then, too, when, achild's as a rule, are not well liked,
sweater piece and the sweater collar "Thou hast barns-the

says child attitude to- diet contains too much fat
young a proper and if introduced in the young
is turned down this of the the houses ,of
over sew bosoms needy
ward' food. Some children needto digestion may be delayed and this child's diet should be combined

ing.NOTE widows, the mouths of orphans and be taught that they must eat in turn may interfere with the appetite with some familiar, and mildtasting '
Mrs. Spears' Book 2- infants. He fool who loved
: was a
enough food for their body re for the next meal. While food. In cooking vegetables,
Gifts Novelties and 'Embroidery for himself. One wonders
money quirements. It is part of the some children thrive better witha I keep the pieces large enough so
has helped thousands'.of women to what he had to for himself when
'' training they should have in early between-meal feeding, in othersit that the child can identify what he
use odds and ends of materials that very night he was called into
childhood, so that they develop a seems to destroy appetite for is eating. Include a crisp food in
and. their time to make of God to '
the give an account -
presence willingness to eat what is put before the meal that is to follow. And each meal.
things to sell and to use. Book 1 of his stewardship (v: 20). If '
them, to try new foods when with some children, "fussiness"at Finally, remember that' a
for the Home Decoratoris
-Sewing are similarly situated and have I
you offered, and to become increas- mealtimes may be due to the child's eating habits cannot be
full'of inspiration for every the same ,attitude, what will you ingly independent in. making a fact that their diet contains too changed overnight. Changes
homemaker. These books make in that day?
say wise selection at mealtimes. many concentrated foods, too few should be introduced gradually, so
delightful ,Christmas gifts. Mrs. An important point which we
If a child has been properly con- crisp raw,ones that stimulate ap that he is scarcely aware of whatis
Spears will autograph them on must note is that Jesus expressly repudiated -
ditioned in these respects from his petite. going .
,request. Crazypatch quilt leafletis the connecting of His name
Houston Goudiss 1938
earliest years, mothers will seldom -40.
included free with every order with'the so-called "social gospel" in
find themselves faced with ,
for both books. Address: Mrs. His reply (v. 14) to the question of a Fatigue a Factor

y Spears:210 S. Desplaines St., Chicago -i ti.e covetous fellow who regarded "child who will. not eat. Occasionally, a child does not : : UIST ON

: '' ',. Ill his inheritance as of more importance eat well merely because he is too ,
Problem of AnorexiaAll tired. Even thought he obtains ade-
K than brotherly love. Those :
who are ignoring the gospel of redemption normal children will, at quate sleep at night, too much or Q Why do,you use Luden'sfor

:! HEADAC.IE? and claiming Jesus as a time; exhibit a lack of appetite.We too prolonged exercise or excite- your cold, Mary?

A'" social reformer or the "judge and are not concerned here with ment may result in fatigue duringthe ,

Here Is Amazing Relief for divider" of some new economic so- occasions when a child who usu- day. If a child spends too
Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels
If think all laxativesngci.rg lution for the world's ills need to ally eats well feels no desire for much time with adults, overstim- 'NSWER

act all reeetableyou ellke, 1u+h try thislu.tlve: read-and ponder this verse. Every food. Such lack of appetite may ulation may be the result. And ; ",

freshing. Invigorating. Dependable 8o mild, thorough relief.,from re Christian is interested deeply in so- mean the beginning of a cold or in the case of older children, their .' They offer relief-plus

elck headaches, bilious spells, tired feeling,when cial problems', but knows that the some other illness and should be' school work may be troubling : .. an alkaline factor!
associated with constipation.
Without Risk Ket druggist&25. Make the NR test from then .first, concern: of Christ and His followers carefully investigated. Unfortu them.
If not delighted return'the box to ua.,Wo will is the souls of men. nately, however, many mothersof Another frequent cause of lag-

prlce.refund Thaf the purchase fair. III. A Way 'of' Victory (I Tim. 6:6- young children are faced witha 'I ging appetite is the constant nervous LUBIN'S S 0
Get NR Tablets today 10). chronic lack of appetite in their tension to be observed in

ALWAYS CARRY "Godliness with contentment." children-a condition that physi- some,households. If a child is allowed MENTHOL COUGH DROPS
uruwruNOr QUICK RELIEF cians describe as anorexia. In or- to become unhappy, angry,
As a' minister of the gospel the
FOR ACIDINDIGESTION writer would first remind himself der to correct this condition, it is' or worried over some uncompleted Faith Dispels Darkness
to understand its Faith can place a candle in the
school it interfere
.awcss written necessary' ,assignment, may
that this was by Paul lo the
and to wisdom in darkest night.-M. E. Sangster. i
preacher Timothy. Brethren in causes use help- seriously. with his appe-

For a Friend the ministry let us'not fall into the ing remove them.. tite and consequently with his nu-

A"day for toil, ,temptation and snare that comes trition. With younger children, HANDY flame ll4e4 JARS

An hour for sport,, with the love of money. Many a Find the Causes the fact that they are able to at- 5*

.' But for a friend o is life too short. man has lost his testimony and When a child chronically lacks tract favorable attention from IOCJ AND

-Emerson.B ruined his ministry by acquiring a interest in food, the mother should adults by refusing to eat often SNOW-WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY

bit of this world's.goods with which
relieves his heart and life
became entan-

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Fever have no time'for home and children,
LIQUID. TABLETS due to Colds church. and fellowship; when men
SALVE, NOSE DROPS In 30 minutes. neglect their responsibilities and

Try"Rub-My-Tlsnt".a Wonderful Liniment duties as citizens to get gain; when

any dirty business is all right if it

produces a profit; when "for gold
GUIDE BOOK to men betray their country their Pepsodent ALONE of all tooth powders

GOOD VALUES., friends, their God, their immortal 1v ;, contains marvelous Irltan*

plan a trip abroad,you can souls" (Farrar)-yes, in this day let FY p.: S You can't judge a dentifrice only by to brush away even the most stubborn
bteweU'id: book, and figure. out ex- us'remind men that "we brought 4 'ls ro its foam, taste, or color. Results are all surface-stains .and Pepsodent will

can ctly.ta where), and you what want to it go.will how cost long you.:you nothing into this world, and it is that count! That's why you should try polish YOUR teeth to their full natural

o The advertisements in this paper are certain that we can carry nothingout. newly-improved PepsodentTooth Powsparkle... .Pepsodent Powder is SAFE
0) really a sjtL to good mluea.' If ." Let us teach and exemplifyin y ; der. It's different..very effective! in its action on teeth. Contains NO

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"godliness with contentment." ,



Tigers Trim Everglades Otto. Larsen To" Build' I List of Guests Y I mother, Mrs. Cora M. Snider.

I Congressman and Mrs. Walter ')

Gators Here Today In! New Home Here SoonA I Pearce of Oregon.C. .
(Continued from page one) I Parker Persons.
L. Doughton of North Carolina and Senator and Mrs. James P. Popeof 1
,Free Scoring BattleOne deal was recently closed for Miss Reba Doughton Idaho. .

the purchase of lots 8 and 9 in .Congressman and Mrs. PatrickH. I Percy Congressman R. Pine J., II.Hardin r Ili!lil !u! !! i i I I! if n 1!I [< J 1! !!III\ f I B "
block 170 by Otto Larsen from Mrs. Drewery of Virginia. Peterson
of the most thrilling six-
Grace W. Baron, of New York, the Walter E. Diggs, tax expert of l of Lakeland.
man. football. games of the season deal being handled through '\the Louis. St.1! Governor Robert E. Quinn of

-was 'that on the local field this af- office of J. E. Beardsley, local real Congressman and Mrs. J. I Rhode Island.Congressman. '
ternoon between the Clcwjston. Tigers estate agent. wood Daly of Pennsylvania. and Mrs. Jennings
Mr. Larsen plans immediate construction -I Miss Nona Dampier. Randolph of West Virginia.
and the Everglades Gators, the I '
of a new home' on the j Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Ferris, Jr.. J. Leonard Replogle, retired steel
Tigers coming from behind to win Jots to cost approximately $6,000. lof Washington: assistant secretary manufacturer of Miami.

,by a score of 36-26. It was a free The home will face on Crescent of United States Sugar' Corporation. I Congressman and Mrs. Robert '
!!! ''i! !! !!!i '! \!
scoring game: with the outcome in I Drive and is near the homes of Congressman andIrs.. 'Harold I Ramspeck of Georgia. : : :;! :

doubt until late in the final quarter. W. Bigg and R. Y. Patterson. riannciy of Pennsylvania. Wiley R. Reynolds, president of

The Gators scored two touch-l1\l.The building site is 126 feet by Malcolm E. Forbes. the First National. Bank of Palm
feet.School. > Congressman and Mrs. Phil Fer- Beach.
downs early in the first period and I gueson of Oklahoma. Congressman and Mrs. James F.

added another toward the close Presents Annual I Hon. E. '' J. Fenelon. I Richards of South Carolina. i

while ...Clewiston was scoring two Congressman and Mrs. Aaron L. Congressman and Mrs. John

points, the score at the end of the Play Next ThursdayThe Ford ,of Mississippi. I Sparkman of Alabama.
I Congressman and Mrs. HamptonP. Assistant Secretary of Commerce
opening period being 18 to 2 in
Fulmer of South Carolina. and Mrs. Sowell of Washington.
favor of Everglades. Clewiston school will pre-I Mr. and Mrs. J. P. 'Guthrie. Dennis Sullivan.

Clewiston came back strong in sent its annual, Christmas program Congressman Lex Green of the I Percival de St. Aubin, a friend
the .second quarter and started n next Thursday evening in the school Third Florida district. rOf C. R. Bitting of Providence, R.
series of touchdown marches that auditorium and the public is cord- John G. Getz, Detroit, director .

made ,the score 24-18 at the end ially invited to attend. I of the U. S. Sugar Corporation. I W. F. Therkildson, All-Florida

of the second quarter. Everglades:. The entire school will participatein L. A. Garred, Detroit, director of editor 'of the Miami Herald.

added another touchdown in the the program which is under the I U. S. Sugar Corporation. I Senator and Mrs. Elmer Thomas
third, quarter and kicked the extra direction of Miss Alice Steinholtz. R. G. Grassfield: Jacksonville, of Oklahoma.
points to: take a temporary lead I general manager of State Chamber '
Forest P. Tralles, St. Louis director -
dissolved when Clewis- of Commerce. I
which was Clewiston Entertains- of the U. S. S. C.
ton came ,back in the final quarter Charles Garrett, New York, private -, 'Hon. and Mrs. Mark Trice.
. to. score twice more and put the secretary to Clarence R. Bit-
--------' I R. S. Vogt, special representativeof
game on ice. I (Continued from age one) I ting. the A. C. L. railway.
The Everglades team showed I Hon. and Mrs. Edwin A. Halsey, I
I Lake Okeechobee. R. C. Winmell, of New York.
some pretty ball carrying, block- Mr. Halsey being secretary of tho
and Mrs.
Congressman B. Frank
Shortly after eleven o'clock: the
ing and tackling but ,with only two I U. S. Senate.
Whelchel of Georgia.Congressman I
members of the party climbed ,
the Clewiston team Senator Mrs. H. I
substitutes was and James
aboard their special train, the long- J Mark >Wilcox of the
able to tire them down and win I Hughes of Delaware. Fourth I
Congressional district of
est passenger train ever pulled I
using a number of substitutes. James J. Harrington, Indian Riv-
Florida of West Palm Beach.,
over the Sebring-Lake Harbor
This was the last home game of er, Mich., ,director of the United I Nathan Mayo, Florida Commis-
branch of the Atlantic ,Coast Line,
the .;season but a game has been States Sugar Corporation and form-
sioner Agriculture, Tallahassee.
and continued on their tour of
arranged for next Friday betweena erly manager for the corporationin
Congressman and Mrs. WilliamH.
Florida, a stop planned at '
picked team according to weight being;? Clewiston. I I'f
Sutphin of New Jersey.
two o'clock at Bok Tower near ,
from the Tiger line-up to play the Lake Wales after which they con-I Geow B. Hills, prominent attorney W. Gibson of the Pathe News :
fast Canal Point Junior High team Jacksonville.. I Service.
tinued to Tampa. After the visitto
here. This will be a benefit game, Congressman and Mrs. Dow W. I
Tampa the group stopped brief-I S. w. Matthews, city editor Mi-
the proceeds to be used for buying Harter of Ohio.Congressman : ,
ly in Lakeland and Orlando before ami Daily News. ,
is to at-
awards. Everyone urged Norman Hamiltonof
beginning their trip northward.The I In addition to the above list of
tend the game.. Virginia.Hon. :
train was' made up in New visitors aboard the Florida Resources -
.' Raymond' Jordan, Lieuten-
York and the larger part of the Special the following were invited -
ant-Governor of Rhode Island.
Mrs. Nancy Puryear delegation went aboard at Washington. to the dinner at the Inn.

A number of prominent state Johnson Congressman of Texas.and Mrs. Luther A. West Palm Beach: Sheriff Hi

men joined the party at Jackson- Lawrence, Joe Hill, of the Palm
Clewiston friends saddened Frank F. Kolbe New York director
were -
ville, among whom were Fred Kent, Beach, Post, Postmaster O. B. Carr
to learn of the death on Monday I of U. S.. $., C.
representing Governor Fred P. Cone, and Porte Quinn.
afternoon of Mrs. Nancy Puryear, j Harold Colee, president of the State 1 Thos. Cawley, Philadelphia, per- Fort Myers: Jim Clements and
which occurred at her home in sonal friend and companion of Wm.I
.Chamber of Commerce and Jay W. Circuit Judge Geo. W. Whitehurst.
Dalton, Ga. Mrs. Puryear, who was
T. Bitting. ,
Moran, vice-president and general Arcadia: Harley Watsonand Jno.
74 years of age, had been ill for i manager of the United States Sugar Congressman and Mrs. John Kee, Treadwell,' jr. '
several weeks and last week developed of West Virginia. W.R. .
Corporation. Belle Glade: Luther Jones,
: pneumonia which hastened I Assistant .Attorney General Jo-I Hooker, W". L. Lord, Dr. Win. J. ,
her death. Funeral services were seph B. Keenan,rof, Washington. Buck and, Dr. J. R. Nellar, head ;
conducted in Dalton at eleven Wednesday Dinner At Inn- Frank A. Kennedy, Washington I of the, State Experiment Station.

morning. representative of the :Miami Daily Pahokee: John M. Gledhill of
Mrs., Puryear was well known in I News and other :state: dailies and I the News, L. L. Stucky, Commissioner ,
'Clewiston, having visited here on (Continued from page 1) I Wm. Kennedy ,of the Washington Doyle Croker and Mayor Jno.
many occasions with her daughter, i in no uncertain terms brought home'Star. Dulaney.
:Mrs. Claude L. Downs. Mrs. Downs ,to the party that while they were Russell Kay of
'I Tampa, secretary: Canal: Point: W. P. Jernigan: ,
was summoned the latter part of ,viewing the great resources of Flor- the, Florida Press Association and John Fourmey, F. E. Bryant and
last week and was with her mother ida that they should consider the head of the Florida Newspaper Paul Rardin of the EvergladesNews.

"When she died.Surviving fact that governmental regulations Service. <
Mis Puryear are her and tariff changes were threaten-
Moore Haven: James M. Couse,
Hon. and Mrs.. Fred Kent,' of
'daughter, Mrs. Lucile Downs, Clew- ing to prevent the development of Jacksonville l Mr. Kent the personal Grover C. Hodge J., E. Frierson :

iston, Mrs. Aline Suddeth, Sarasota, many of these resources, particularly representative of Governor Cone and Carr Settle of the Democrat.

four sons, Troy, Sarasota, Doug- the sugar industry. In this con- and a prominent state attorney. Clewiston: D. G. Alston, E. E.
las, Fred and Carl, Dalton. nection he read a timely editorial
] Hon. and Mrs. 'Carl A. Loeffler, Kelly C. V. Parkinson E. L. Stew-
which had appeared' in Sunday's I secretary to the Minority Group in art, E. M. Cornette, J. A. McGehee,

Chief Of Engineers Herald. I the Senate. Carl Berner, Mike Scotti, H. R.

Following a short recess, during I Ody H. Lamborn, prominent" sug- Hall, Rev. Forest C. Taylor, Rev.

To Visit Here which time? the guests were joinedby ar broker of New York. Marshall Mines Fr.: Lawrence ;

the, ladies in the party, the Henry W. Lowe,' International In- Flynn, A. O. Ward, H. C. Kolstad,
guests once more assembled in the surance Broker of' the firm of Johnson B. P..' Luce, W. E. Bolton, M. E.

Gen. J: H. Schley, chief of army I dining room to enjoy a programof and Hagan, New York. VonMach, J. D. Bruce, F. D. Duff,

engineers. will visit all navigationand entertainment provided by a Scott M.: Loftin, formerly senator W. C. Owen, H. A. Bestor, R. Y.
flood control pro;acts in the group of' colored plantation work- from Florida of Jacksonville. Patterson, H. J. B. Scharnberg, O. [) .
state next week according to information I ers. An A. Jones M. W. H. j
improvised stage had been lion and Mrs. J. B. Lawrenceof Bigg W. Lanier ;
which has been received arranged at the south end of the the Farm Credit 'Administrationin S. L. Crochet, Dr. B. A.

here.After 1 room for this program. Before tho Washington. Bourne, Dr. O. F. Schiffli, W. C.

an inspection of the Lake program, however, Harold Colee I Congressman and Mrs. Charles Prewitt, Carawan Nelson, R. M. '
Worth Inlet next Monday General gave a most realistic imitation of H. Leavy Washington State. Bishop, Otto Larsen and R. E.I

Schley will continue on to Miami the voice of President Roosevelt, i Congressman and Mrs.. James M. I I I
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and will return on Wednesday to broadcasting through a microphone
McGranery of Pennsylvania. ..
Stuart where he and his party will from the hotel kitchen. ,'
Dr. and Geo. Mansfield.
board a boat for a trip into the I M. E. VonMach introduced the Congressman and Mrs. Thos. F. I

" Everglades to inspect the Okee- plantation worker's program and McMillan of South Carolina.Senatorelect Sft about time to

chobee-Caloosahatchee projects. The I the versatile negro, Radio Porter, and Mrs. James :M. 6s
party will visit the sub-office here who 'made a big hit with the crowdas ."
:Mead of New York.
and then continue to Moore Haven he announced the various num- Mr. and Mis. J. F. Massey. mind lJoa... Qr 'o: R"o
for a' trip down the Caloosahatcheeand iNVtsr* cs
bers with an occasional pause to Senator James E. Murray of
on to the West Coast next commercialize the Foremost Peanut Montana.

Friday. Company" to whom he gave credit Hon. and Mrs. Roy C. Mundce,

for sponsoring the program. The of the Department of Agriculture,
Impromptu' ProgramAt program consisted of the singingof \ rashin gton.

spirituals, quartet numbers, instrumental Charles Murchinson, prominent ,
Kiwanis ClubA : music and dancing, a Jacksonville attorney. .

1 I Class-eating and clever ventriloquist Jay W. Moran, vice-president and
.1.C't., by Fred Douglas and a boxing general manager of the ,United '

quiz program which had been I bout between two tiny negro lads. States Sugar Corporation of, Clew- ',. YOU can't afford to procrastinate ,_, _

planned for Wednesday night to I At the conclusion of the program iston who joined the party in -Jack much longer in starting to save a ,
be conducted by Fr. Lawrence I and while the room was being sonville. t t, '
Flynn, pastor' of St. Margaret's I cleared for the dance to follow the Senator Francis T. Maloney of portion of your income..and invest '

Catholic Church failed to materialize guests were assembled on the terrace Connecticut. cU R p it wisely... during your productive
and ',the members of the Kiwanis to view the movie "Sugar In Tony Mcrrili of the United State E o
The "Save
Club spent the meeting time The Everglades" and to see the News Association, W shington.- D'aA years. slogan/ and llave"1SS ,

in a discussion of various things of interesting vegetable and sugar ex- Joseph A. Murphy,. investment ACES may be old-fashioned, but the sensible '- "

interest to the club. A special meet- hibits which had, been arranged banker of ,Chicago. 5 that follow it (
people the
.ing at the church kept Fr. Flynn there. A great number of the Hon. Geo. E. MacDonald, associated CCO' are ,

from attending the dinner. guests remained: to enjoy the dance with the Doherty interests. ,S ATo happy ones you meet. We'll gladly !
Among other things discussedwas which lasted until two a. m. but Dan Mahoney; president of tne I N '
timetriedsafeand -I.
help you'with
a meeting which" had been some took the bus and returnedto Miami Daily News company. r\_ our :

called for Thursday morning in their train immediately follow- Senator and ;Mrs, Matthew M. profitable savings plans. j
Belle Glade by County Agent M. U. ing, the program. Neeley of West Virginia. I

Mounts to discuss the proposed I Congressman and Mrs. Jack : I..
legislation for fixing uniform seed uu .
a ------- Nichols of Oklahoma. '/ .. ,
law 'for Florida at which time Thomas and Benjamin A. Oxnardof Clewiston Federal '2' i.< .

growers and others interested were Ii'OUND-Dird Dog. Owner may Savannah, of the Savannah 'Sua1' -- Savings
asked.. to give their views. Tho have same by identification and Refinery.

Kiwanis Club .went on record as pajiiig for this adv., and dog's keep. Senator and Mrs. Claude Pepper l\
favoring such a bill:' Address X, care Democrat D-CN of Tallahassee, and Mrs. Peppcv and Loan Association

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