The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00715
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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 30, 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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00715
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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1:1 J'J'f 1!:',: f THE CLEWIS TON' NEWS


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Happy New Year !!


a HEREThe At this season it is our sincere hope that 1938 PLAN OF E. D. D.

; Christmas holiday was a J. E. Beardsley, Clewiston mem-

quiet one in Clewiston with every- has been a good year for all of you and that ,,the ber of the board of directors of

one thoroughly enjoying the double Everglades Drainage District,

holiday on Sunday and Monday. who with other board members

will be better. made a recent trip to New York,
Many left town to' spend the time even :
with relatives and friends else- 193:9- Washington and Baltimore in an at-

tempt to work out a plan for refin-
where, some enjoyed hunting I

fishing trips but probably the majority ancing the indebtedness of the district -

4 of the residents spent the The Publisher made an interesting talk be-

fore the Kiwanis Club Wednesdaynight
entire holiday at their homes.
in which he outlined the his-
The church were
: programs t
tory of the board, its past attemptsat

'. and attracted large crowds,
which he feels will be worked out
/ first at the Christmas tree exercises '
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satisfactorily.Mr. .
at the Baptist and Community Families Receive Best
J I FOOTBALL PLAYERS Beardsley opened by display-
churches on Friday night, next the GARDEN CLUB GIVES
ing a map showing the enormous
2midnight Christmas Eve at
> ) mass GiftsNo
Of Christmas extent of the
T St. Margaret's Catholic Church and Everglades Drainage
RECEIVE AWARDS AT District, four and half million
j then with the Sunday School, church NAMES OF WINNERSIN a
acres, and pointed outJthe eighteen
and special cantata on Sunday. greater Christmas gift couldbe

: The Christmas tree programs at ; imagined than those deliveredto BARBECUE THURSDAY sub-drainage districts and three inlet -
I TREE CONTESTMr. : districts which are contained in .
\ the churches were brief but con- Mr.; and Mrs. L. C. Rosenbergand .
the district and which depend for
\ tained interesting recitations, songs, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Miner at ---
their the welfare
i security on of
and group carol singing after which the Clewiston hospital Christmas The members of the 1938 Clew-
and Mrs. ,H. C. Jones won the Everglades Drainage District.He .
Santa Claus put in his appearance Day, baby sons. I iston six-man football team enjoyed -
first prize for the best artificialtree explained that the district wasselfliquidating
5 and distributed gifts to each youngster Jay Carroll Miner was the, first to the fullest a ,barbecue which
I" in the decorated tree and doorway and paid all obligations -
/' present. contest conducted by' the Clew of the two to put in an appear- was held last night in a beautiful i through the post-boom depression -
.t;: The tree in the< park south of Wliid-
community mile
iston Garden Club. The doorwayof ance, being born early Sunday hammock a I and managed nicely until
Saturday afternoon at six o'clock morning. His weight was given as den's station on Road 25, the event '
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stewart won 1930 when the market crash proved
J was a .great success and many : and seven pounds. which they unanimously chose as a too much
the prize of its class and Mr. and obligations began to
youngsters were made happier by substitute for the more conventional
Dale Clarke Rosenberg was born '
Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot won first prize go delinquent.
J the Christmas boxes they received. football banquet. There were be-
Christmas night and weighed five
for the ,best decorated outdoor liv- Up until this time the board of
Plans were made for the distribution -I pounds, six ounces.A tween sixty and seventy present at
Christmas tree.
ing directors of the drainage district
It of six hundred packages and I son was also born to Mr. and the event and included not only
Honorable mention were givento were the trustees of the Internal -
j there were very few of these remaining -, N rs. Fred Curry at the hospital I the members of the football squad
Mrs. W. F. Simpson's Improvement Fund and when the' "
Mr. and
j when the last child in line Wednesday night. He weighed eight but their girl friends and many
received artificial tree, Mrs. Leah Spicer'sdoorway default began it was decided by
had box. Children
a were
other friends.
pounds and ten and has not
and Mr. and Mrs. G. B.Rackstraw's the legislature to have a board of.
grouped according to for re-
age been named. to -"
yet ,Sweaters were, presented 1Iun1seUe
living tree. four members to be landowners in
these boxes each of which
ceiving ,
J Stone W. C. Owen, Jr., James
Club several the district to with the Trus-
The Garden for I serve
contained fruit, candy, nuts and a
MONDAY A HOLIDAY and Owen Winn and Thomas Wald- ,
has conducted the contest tees as a ten-man board. This.was
carol years
toy. Group singing composedthe
all of whom are graduating
) there ron and the
Each subsequently changed. con-
along similar lines. year
greater part of the short pro-
the Class of 1939 and were
decorated duct of the board placed
V are many, entries and the was en-
: gram. Stores, business houses and standing members of the very suc-
doorways and trees make a pretty. I tirely in the hands of the .landowners' "
The midnight mass at St. Mar- sight during the holiday season. school will be closed Monday, January cessful 1938 team. board of which Mr. Beardsleyis

garet's Church was ,as usual well- 2 which is being observed as who have
Others on the squad now serving his second term as
attended by Catholics from this and New
New Year's holiday since
of school
another. year or more a;member.
To Meet On ..
nearby communities and fully as Kiwanians I Year's' '
falls on Sunday. County received letters. They were Billy The landowners' board was, faced -

many Protestant friends. The Massof schools were expected to begin on Davis, Ed VonMach, J. D. Hooker, Mr. Beardsley safd, not 'witli"

the Angels was chanted by Fr. Friday Nite ,Next WeekThe that 'day ending the Christmas vacation Jimmy Holland, Harry Vaughn, Sam problems of rehabilitation or main-,

Lawrence Flynn and' sung by a but the school board agreed Lang, Hervey Bourne, Dick Patter- tenance but the financial problemof
mixed choir under the directionof fo allow the extra day.
will hold its son and Carlisle Redish. paying bondholders and other
Mrs. B. A. Bourne. The colorful Kiwanis Club
Friday .A large group of Clewis- The awards were presented by indebtedness either by buying in
costumes of the, choir boys 'and the installation meeting on
. instead of on ton people have secured tick- Rep. E. L. Stewart who made a obligations at an agreed price or
night of next week
decorated church madeit
beautifully announcedin ets to the Orange Bowl game in brief presentation talk and congratulated by refunding the indebtedness witha
night as was
a most impressive ceremony. Miami on that day and it is likely the members of the team on lower rate of interest or simply

I : Father Flynn's sermon was most New last officers week's of issue.the club are in- that most of the celebrants who 'their splendid showing in their saying! to the creditors, "Here are

timely and greatly enjoyed by the in Jan- leave town will be headed toward first season of football. the tax delinquent lands which con-
stalled at the first meeting '
large congregation, his subject be-
it desired that the Miami. Munselle Stone, as captain of stitute your security. Come and
and was
ing "The Charity of Christ. uary
new lieutenant governor, Ernest the Tigers for 1938, was presentedby get, them."'

I Featuring the morning services Metcalfe of West Palm Beach, be County To Receive C. E., Miner with a ticket to To go about a solution of this

I Sunday were the interesting Sunday here to conduct the installation.Mr. the Orange Bowl game in Miami problem the' board applied to the .

school program presented by '39' next Monday and Heyvey Bournewas Reconstruction Finance Corporation -
1 In
f' ., Metcalfe is to be installed on $11,856 Benefits '
\ the pupils of the Community I night at the meeting in the lucky winner of a second in April of 1936 for a loan ,
I t, Church Sunday School under the Palm Beach and was unable to be ticket which he gave. and received a commitment from

direction of Miss Mary Markettc here Thursday night so the meetingis Jacksonville, Dec. 29.-Hendry The splendid barbecue was pre- the RFC for $3,729,000 which was

:: followed by the splendid cantata, postponed' until Friday night.It county will receive approximately 1 pared' by W. C., Hooker and with approximately thirty cents on the'

"The Story of Christmas" at the will also be Ladies' Night and $11,856 during 1939, on the basis: the other good eats made the dinner dollar of the total indebtedness.The .

service hour. Both solo work 'and I all KiwaniSns and their ladies are of October grants, in old age assistance a' real outdoor banquet. obligations of the ,district at

chorus work was loudly praised by 1 aid to the blind and aid that time amounted to approximately -
I urged to be present.
,or, those who attended this service and : I to dependent children, accordingo Beardsley And Poole nine and a half millions to bond-

the perfect blending of the voicesof : figures made public? here by the I holders, half of which was in de-

those composing the church choir Old Board To Hold State Welfare Board, which administers I Speakers At Kiwanis fault, $1,800,000 to the Arundel

c', was a tribute to their persever- these three public assistance Corporation for work done in the .

ance in mastering this difficult music Final MeetingThe categories. The county will I district and for which the Arundel

as well as to their ability. This holds the. district ,.
o also receive during the new year In addition to the splendid talk
:,. cantata was directed by James E. to the Trusteesof
commissioners surplus commodities and clothing made by J. E. Beardsley on the note, $1,000,000
board of county
Beardsley who has so successfully LaBelle tomorrowin fashioned in' WPA sewing rooms to refunding plan of the Everglades the I. I. Fund in favor of a tax
will meet in
conducted many other such cantatas the the value of 8,138, on the basis of Drainage District which is given at anticipation note for money advanced -
here in the for the 'the final meeting of yearto
past benefitof $125,000 in
the and approximately
f. close out the year's businessand November distribution. length elsewhere in this issue,
Clewiston lovers.
for'old assistance, aid treated to another miscellaneous small amounts.
for the taking Grants age Kiwanis' Club was
f The Baptist Church held their) of the county business by to dependent children and aid to brief but interesting talk The bondholders' committee, ap- ",

only Sunday service at the evening the over board the first of the the blind will be increased from made by Grover Poole of Forest pointed by the various bondholdersto
' I hour, an hour of group singing present legislative appropriations as Glen, Md., who spent the holidays represent them, would not agreeon
which included all the familiar year. this settlement so the board
The school board will meet pending applications are disposedof here with friends.Mr. .
t Christmas carols. Features of this new 7, for the and will be increased or decreased Poole was formerly connected agreed: to revise and supplementtheir
next Saturday, January
musical program were the splendid' first of the Thereis : in proportion to appropri- I with the U. Engineers and requested loan from the
meeting year.
solos by Paul Boe' of Moore Haven in'Clewiston because of the improved financial
1 only one new member on the :1 ations made by the 1939 legislative lived for several. years .
f and Mrs. Manning Carter of Clew- r and economic conditions in the district -
session, while future distribution of I and during his residence here was
J iston. surplus commodities and clothingwill l very active in Kiwanis Club' ac and to attempt to secure a

I TARIFF TESTIMONY TO I be dependent upon the action tivities. He is at present business! commitment equivalent 'to fifty

; Azucar Team Wins START ON JANUARY 23 of Congress which convenes in manager of the National Park Col- I cents on the dollar. In October of

January.The lege of Forest Glen and his talk this year the RFC flatly refused

L Cane Bowl Battle Announcement-has been made by statistics reveal the vast was concerned largely with the any additional loan and at.ai''te"-: "
J refused to reconsider tue.. ",
L that oral testimony on strides made by state and federal conduct of this school and he gave hearing
Congressmen willing to ""
governments during the present amusing and interesting details move, although
.rl, an ;.emendment to the Cuban Trade many commitment of
i r Two members of the Western Agreement will begin in Congress year in providing assistance for the I regarding the school's ac allow their. original

Dh'ision football team were not on' January 23. Several provisionsof needy and the corresponding cur-I tivities. $3,700,000.So weeks members of

present for the Cane Bowl game the being tailment of the county's responsi- two ago
agreement are opposed
and of the princi-
''J at the Townsite athletic field Sunday Florida Congressmen be- bility for the care of the distressed. INFANT VAUGHN the board some
by landowners of the district tooka
afternoon and those two were cause of the adverse effect on Flor- During October, the last month pal New York to meet with
the mainstays of the Westerners' and preparingto for which complete figures are The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. plane for
". Ida growers they are bondholders' committee and
team. As a consequence a powerful fight vigorously to alter the available, Hendry county recipients Harry T. Vaughn which was born the the stand that as the RFC
and determined group from Azucar received $930 in old age assistance; and died at the Clewiston Emergency look
( agreement.
commitment of
: in the Eastern Division gave no $48 in aid to dependent children; Hospital on Thursday, December had refused the

{ quarter and happily returned home APPROACHING MARRIAGEMiss $10 in aid to the blind; $678 in 29, was bufie in the West Palm more than thirty cents that a refunding -
out of the question -
that evening on the long end of surplus commodities and WPA Beach cemetery Thursday afternoon issue was
I conditions had
felt that
a 38-7 score, winners of the first Clarice Lammon and Don clothing, distributed among 178 as they
I Ir
within the district to
-r Cane Bowl game. Carlyle announce that their marriage families each estimated to contain Father R. .T. Bryant, S. J., con- not improved

:r Most of the scoring was done in will take place New Year's I 4.2 persons, or a total of 718 in- ducted the. services at the grave. such an extent that anything more
could be carried. The
!! the first half for the Easterners ,Eve on the stroke' of midnight at dividuals.Hal Everglades Funeral Home pf Pa- than interest
< committee then agreedto
I t were only able to score one touch- the First Baptist Church, with Rev. hokee was in charge. bondholders'

down in each of the last two quarters Marshall Mines officiating.All I T, Frierson spent ChfJat- I submit to depositing bondholders -
which the
and the Westerners scored their friends of the young couple! mas day In Fort Myers with. .his :Miss Alina!! Crews of Fort MyerqJlrafp any proposition I

t' loop. tally riurjnp tbla time! are cordially Invltsfl, to attend fJtor? Mr/j/ Ollyo ftfr Sofplo, VIRItNI rot 1 Mills! Frldarf, ( O.t'HO} on'PQ! 9/M

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Weekly News Analysis
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Reversal of Foreign Policy Seen I Charting a Changing World I Don't Do Thatv !IA aC


ChinaBy I I New Hampshire law says: \ l
In U. S. British Loans to I i
::; that when two motor,, cars : ::;
_._n__ ww, .;...... at an 'intersection, each must :1"y P,:

Joseph W. La Bine -. :.Picture, I wait for the other. to pass. > :::''' .I i .-

: 1I! A Seattle, Wash., ordinance ;
cessfully smashed the rising Nazi "j.- 'Parade: says that it is unlawful for any 1 '( ;

EDITOR'S NOTE-When opinions thoseof are party within his borders. Yet he .,.u., .,.."" .. ...', ..'-.. -; person to usewater during a. '.,:_: "
these columns they are
the news analyst and not necessarily of followed thiscoup with a totalitarian fire. I.

L the newspaper. declaration under which Ru- Egypt, Ill., makes it illegal ito ;
mania becomes a one-party country Y .t 3 D .ij': hFN :?'% rr. advance clocks or watches :I (.

InternationalAlthough politically similar to' Germany. without a written permit. '.'

U. S.-British sympathiesin SpainOn >/ In River Forest, Ill., you .-
the Chinese-Jap war have always can't keep any'' bear, lion, wildcat '."
been with China, industrialists a gloomy November day in orang utan, ,chimpanzee, :. ; I'

of both nations have gladly prof- 1931, Spain's parliament stripped tiger or poisonous reptile.Dick'Hyman .-
ited by selling arms to more pros- King Alfonso of his citizenship and /t in "It's the Law," ,
properties. Already, the previous in the American ';. .1
In the U. S., this \ 'Magazine. "
Japan. xWdl +:+ih/lna4/.i ro.lL:f
perous had left for France; I ._,+ GV .., ..,, .
April, Alfonso < ;' "" '<, "'-
until .u ; : :: ., "
unabated ;
activity continued of soon taking residence in Italy where : A new Europe, a new Asia, r { % hr .f"fa'F'i, tDf;l 1t?ll W. .\
last June 11, when 'Secretary and ,....J I :: .. w)
Premier Benito Mussolini has not possibly a new Africa is t : v. State Cordell Hull asked that it be been unfriendly to his once-royal. in the making., Close on the ,'.:In;.')(" (<.. /!.,t(; ,o(;..j 1" ;}. 01; f/,1....:..t: A> l""('::.r.V.;i';'j
discontinued. Still later came a se- 7flk iJ ( Jacket and
: f .f Jiffy-Knit
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heels ,. ;: : ; /
guest. of marching :.ct\ .
rious blow to U. S. prestige when troops Ii"i' "}i :'T..A. <.:y::;. "h4{,N'"x.':
Since the loyalist government that work America's :.""" j.,. ;':i.\ .", :' "" >t" : <: :
Japan, having conquered,Shanghai, cartographerswhose ,;.t";E2 t'.G."'" ,..;X" 'b?' 't1.: .!'<;:!:: Coverlet for the Baby
Canton, Hankow and Nanking, pro- ousted Alfonso is now fighting a los- job is never done so ,'n i.: .-!.,,. > : ;(;::>'>. r.un. ';)[ f."w@f1I'?
Fran- :';;:\ : ':Ms ; ;" : :
ceeded systematically violation to shut of China's the- ing cisco battle Franco to, moreover Generalissimo since Italy long as aggressor nations seek ..l/y-ilt';'> :jiIrig-">'" ".., 4Th, ..l.J4fk.j. ...,. %. ... ,J. .. wJ ) "/'
"open door" 'U. S. and Spanish royalists are on Franco's new lands. During the Su- ai kiIJ;ff0.J. .YxP.a 7.t---.. } t ;t{ ;;?: "' *
nine-power treaty. Obviously, deten crisis for .. ,,,N ,, .. 'W,
side, observers have long example, day- ( (Z. "7Z-: :,;.; .:6' .
British in the was
at an end supremacy'unless the two nations thought Alfonso has a good chanceof to-day corrections were made. f..N\Srn;#Jt ;': r, 7} ;1 'd/ :;, ',.;.,: ;:
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returning to the throne some day. f" % t''ff1f l'ii'
would reverse their soft-stepping
Franco hinted as much last spring, '
policy and take military or economic 0if : ::
indicating that he might retain for Yy1=tt
After .
recourse against Tokyo. !; Pd
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himself the premiership and thus ':' <\ : ':''''H "' > nv, "-
weeks of undercover negotiation be- h
make the throne puppet post. jJ :F W'tf7i.(7 ;
tween London and Washington, the a ,, ,.. '-- '
recourse now emerges as economic. This theory is now strengthenedby ,. "';''n!on.!.il8.W.tf _;;.;'::f:7.:..,,,>..:,(',.....;.&..,,.,:,.:......,;..-' .,'.f ...{,...;g"-' 1
Still acting without apparent cooperation action of rebel Spain's councilof iei 2tG4' :I.: 'v f...i, ,..%;,.;....... ; & :. ;.2&' ;Z /" mv i Yr 2&J

the two capitals made sim- ministers, not only restoring Al-
ilar news on the same day: fonso's citizenship, but his lands as ; T'Jjbd? ; Above : Preliminary
well. How soon-if ever-the ex-
The marked in.
Washington. governmentoperated changes are Left:
Export-Import bank ad- king will return to Spain is still a A cartographer changes
secret but pessimists regard Franeo's -
vanced $25,000,000 in credits to a Czech names into German
gesture as merely an insincerebid
New York company for exporting
U. S. agricultural and manufactured for continued royalist support following llitler'soccllpationof .. h
I which has been dwindling in recent Sudetenland. Map mak- '
work with embassies I,
months. ers ,
; consult articles '
PoliticsSmart newspaper i'd'r r Fx
and maintain a library.
politicians lay their cam- r ,L +:

paign groundwork' in advance,

swapping favor for favor, smellingout .,
the trail that will most likely y ry6r\ t

lead to success. Thus official Wash-

ington has started buzzing with rumors Y Pattern 6188.,
i% following (1) resignation of

Commerce Secretary Daniel C. Roper < T.boixk Something differentsomethingdainty
I and Attorney General Homer ,;., a as a cobweb-to make for -
Cummings, and ((2) Vice President .:.;ski baby-this jiffy-knit jacket and
John Nance Garner's return to the coverlet. Done on large needles

1W capital. That Mr. Garner visited the jacket is in one piece-all
President Roosevelt the .!. : 'if!;+ j 'iYM t2Y. .
same day .Gfm Yv. iiim. NMI40AF"rv: Y 4A00 v straight edges with 'just sida.seams. -

Mr. Roper resigned gave, an added Both it and the coverlet -
:'W zest to the game. Completely new maps need not always be made. Above are are lined with soft georgette! Pattern i

1pw y:' While both the President and vice workers opaquing photographic negatives. Patchwork can also be 6188 contains instructions fpi '

: t. president look to 1940, they ,apparently used to insert name corrections. Such work demands minute care. making the jacket and cover; illustrations '
look in opposite directions. No of them and of stitches; ,
public utterance followed the con- materials needed; photograph of I
ference but it is quite obvious that pattern stitch. + -' '

as Mr. Garner looks fearfully on the To obtain this pattern, send 15 :: I'

I projected'appointment of WPA Ad- cents in coins to The Sewing Cir- ',. ,I

JESSE JONESHis ministrator Harry Hopkins to suc- cle, Household Arts Dept., 259 W. .)

bank answered, Japan. ceed Mr. Roper. The Roosevelt' pro- 14th St., New York, N. Y. I
gram: To strive for more New Deal v
Please write your name, .ad- r
goods to China. Recognized as a gains such as governmental reor- fi. V
very thinly veiled government loan, ganization, and to give Harry Hop- dress and pattern number plainly. 'U..A f.' f

most funds will be used for automo- kins a build-up for presidential nom- .. : f

bile trucks and gasoline to haul mu- ination in 1940. The Garner program ,
nitions over the new Chinese gate : To consolidate the adminis- Y, ':.
way from Burma. To mature in tration's position, to unite arguing -_ _'____,,_.iavv_4vwvr't Coughs
five years, the loan is guaranteedby factions and make a record in con- J.. :
the Bank of China. Chief U. S. gress which will win public approval. Some maps are made by a from common colds ,

negotiator was Jesse Jones, chair- Both programs lead to 1940, but wax engraving process in whicha
man of'the Reconstruction Finance each goes down its own trail. In the copper plate is covered with,a That Hang OnNo

corporation. inevitable compromise, it is expected thin coat of wax and a new draw-
matter how medicines
London. Now en route through that Mr. Hopkins will be named ing or part-drawing reproduced I you have, tried for many your common
parliament is an allotment of 10- commerce secretary,'but that in return thereon. cough chest cold or bronchial irritation ,
000,000 pounds for export credits to congress will demand drastic ,you may get relief now with '.
protect Great Britain's far-flung for- revision of relief administration.VICE t.'.>>''3!'!I'''' m'n.': ..:,''''' ';''''''_' eign trade from Nazi encroachment. iiS"n2'ovF 4', be brewing and you cannot affordto
1 take a chance with any remedy
Already earmarked is an initial less potent than Creomulsion,which
credit of 450,000 pounds for the Chi- goes right to the seat of the trouble ,.
nese government, to purchase and aids nature to soothe and heal --
the inflamed" mucous membranes ,
trucks and roadmaking' equipmentfor .+ and to loosen and expel germ-, :.
: .
the new Burma gateway. Also ''%% ,, ,. i w..w.ita .,r y..a' ''n ""....'. \ laden phlegm. ;
under consideration is a British loanto to q o tW Even if other remedies have failed, :,-
the Chinese exchange equalization ,;u vtrG'i riij' '': ,+.y ':tsXi I'i .'i: fir pv 1 Sp ?,. r"wa>Y i..Nr f92.i1 5' i 'S 2Ei.a: don't be discouraged, try Creomul- :c
/ sion. Your druggist is authorized to \ .
fund to help China's dollar. .
ry:.., I i ; -:: a refund your money if you are not
thoroughly satisfied with the bene- '
RumaniaOf l tK: 4 fits obtained. Creomulsion' is one r.
word,ask for it plainly, see that the "
all the lesser European nations ,. 9i name on the bottle Is Creomulsion.
subjected to Nazi Germany's polit- vriLY f? and you'll get the genuine product -
ical-economic pressure, Rumaniahas and the relief you want. Adv.) \,

alone stood up on its feet and ________.. ______mmmn_____.__.......__.___ .__ ___. ____ ___________
barked back. Reason: Rumaniahas Beaut Modesty

been able to buy her imports r Where only a portion of the map is corrected, a "patch" is mad How beautiful is modesty! It S

anywhere have she Rumanian desires,wheat but Germanymust and oil. by the wax engraving (electrotype) method and when completed it winneth upon all beholders;' but a

Until last fall this upper hand inserted into the existing'.map plate,. thus bringing the map up 'to word, or a glance may destroy the

served King Carol well, but the date. A foundryman is shown above sawing out a section of an pure love that hath been for thee. -, -

ring of Nazi-dominated nations x original plate preliminary to such an insertion. ,Tupper.

around Bucharest has now grownso an ,
powerful that he must bow to 9f// T/ h r \ .
Berlin or risk economic starvation. :
Thus Rumania watched anxiouslyas COLDS : : .
German aggression in Austria PRESIDENT GARNERHe 6 6 6 ,first day. .4 '
and Czechoslovakia threatened to also looks forward to 1940. Headachesand "'1

wipe out her prospering trade with How this solution could clarify the Fever "r' '

those two nations. Since most of 1940 presidential issue is not appar- LIQUID TABLETS due to Colds 1..
Rumania's Czech SALVE..NOSE DROPS In 30 minutes.
imports came
ent; moreover, conservative elements -
from Sudetenland now a.part of in the Democratic "party Try"Rnb-My-Tflm"-a Wonderful Liniment .

Germany, the Reich gained an enor- doubt that the commerce: depart-

mous advantage.To ment's immediate charge, U. S. WNU-7 5238ADVERTISING .

woo Rumania successfully, business, will like the man whose x's f i
Germany must only meet the dila- job has been to dispense $9,500- 4

tory competition of.. Great Britain, 000,000 since 1933. .

whose promise to buy part of King While gossiping over this morsel, D -H,
.Carol's wheat surplus is overshad- Washington's politicians have let Is as essential l'
owed by a German offer to buy allof pass almost unnoticed an equally V.

it. Thus heartened, Rumania' important bit of groundwork lead F.] to business as is rain to ;

has signed a trade agreement ing to 1940. John L. Lewis, C. I. O. R r4
whereby the Reich will take almosta chieftain, has spoken publicly growing' aops. It is the

third of its exports, meanwhile I I against a labor-sponsored par- I keystone in the arch of
buying half its imports from Berlin ty, choosing instead to broaden his
How long Rumania can remain Labor's Nonpartisan league. Its program successful merchandising. ''
independent of Germany's beck- : To elect delegates in the -
The cartographer's work finished corrected or new arc ',
and-call is problematical.. Like a presidential maps I Let us show you how to
child who wants cake but won't sure nomination primaries of who will as- rushed to the presses. On the above flat bed press plates are being '

brush its teeth, King Carol has suc, candidates." "progressive reproduced in color. Other colors will be superimposed', 'finally S IV apply it to-your business. \ ;

producing a finished map. .6'

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Dean U t-UNDQUIST, D. D.
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J .", Chicago. '
I; ..,. LUNCH COUNTER TO Western Newspaper Union. i


..,. Lesson for January 1

,I H Expert Advises Five Foot Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se-
lected and copyrighted by InternationalCouncil 5000 LONGWHAT (EN ?
,'; r Feeders for 100 Hens. permission.of Religious Education: used by SO LONG J\))

1 By Dr. A. R. Winter, Poultry Department. m::
Ohio State
Unlversity.-WNU Service. 5111.
LESSON TEXT-John 1:40-42; Luke : Q
j Providing free-lunch counters for GOLDEN TEXT-Come ye after me andI d tu
birds in the laying house is a good Mark will make 117. you to become fishers of men.- Wb

way to get eggs and reduce labor

.:. in preparing poultry feed. Each 100 As we embark on the New Year,
", hens need three five-foot feeders to
: we gather' in our Bible schools to
-. avoid overcrowding while eating and take up,, an, interesting series of
{ each feeder should have a reel to studies the life and work of
t'' ;:. keep the chickens out of the feed. Peter. The on life story of any great Ic.

1 Poultrymen might well consider and useful man is worthy of our to EAT and WHY(

_" keeping the best of the two-year-old: careful study. The life of Peter has

. .. :,' /. hens rather than to sell them. Meat peculiar interest because he was so A
'I" : prices are low and hens will lay 80 intensely human, and yet so glori- '=' a

1 ;;;. ,'r per cent as many eggs during their ously used of God. what they eat today, for thera
..'f,. /-4 second year as producers as they Our lesson for today starts at the Houston Goudiss Offers New Year's Resolutions never was a truer statement than
," i :",:: ': ,t did when pullets.. Very few birds right point, for we meet Peter when that man is what he eats. And
', : tia: -:., are._worth keeping for layers the he as Simon first met the,Lord. He Concerning Foods and Nutrition. Suggests How to that does not mean that physical

I \:1:, 1 third. year. was a mature man by that time, Help Make Your Family, Healthier and Happier' prowess and mental superiority
,' t Poultrymen will be saved money successful in business and "settled"in may result only when the tableis
. 1. '.." and trouble if they cull out poorly life, but with him (as with us) life By C. HOUSTON GOUDISSIT'HAS'been set with luxuries! On the con-
f .. developed pullets. It costs too much did-not really begin until he met the trary, malnutrition, which means
'R"., i l'.... money to feed laying'rations to pullets Lord Jesus. customary for,a long time ,to,mark the begin- not necessarily under-nutrition but

:f; ', t. ';'. that will not lay eggs until next I. He Was Brought to Christ (John year with the ringing of bells, with merry- improper nutrition, is found in the

;!"s<- .,;' ,;f': spring. Good two-year-old hens will 1:40-42). making, and with the hope expressed to one's friends that homes of the, wealthy as well as
;1. : make better use of the feed. Andrew, of whom we .know but will health and in I in the homes of the underprivi-
; they enjoy greater happiness prosperity
';?: Laying houses should be repaired, little, is a character greatly beloved the twelve months. leged. The power of food is determined -
, ', cleaned, and provisions made for because having found the Christ he forthcoming not so much by what
. ,. I "; ventilation. Diseases spread rapidly at once set out to bring his brotherto Though greetings are usually exchanged in a spirit of you spend, as by'what yon-choose.

'. '.' in dirty houses, and colds attack Him. He probably did not know gayety, the occasion frequently does, as indeed it should, One need not spend a great deal ..

';' ,: \ birds which are subjected to drafts that in bringing his rough'fisherman have an undercurrent; or so__ '(/i& for food to provide the milk and

:' or overheating. Vaccinations for, brother to the Lord he was bringingone lemnity. For it is quite fitting and many of them feel that it is other dairy ,products, fruits and
of the leaders of all time. The
fowl pox should be postponed if the vegetables that should be con-
! that should view the close to keep pace, as they
important thing is that he brought we sumed in abundance. There is always
pullets are ready to go in the laying would like to do, with the 'fast-
..': house as the treatment is likely to him. of one year and the beginningof moving science of nutrition. evaporated milk for those ,
'. delay production. The history of the Church abounds another as'both an Endingand Now during this week which who do not care to buy bottled
R- with the stories of humble men and milk, ,or who prefer use it as a
Pullets which appear healthy and a Beginning, even though we brings us the beginning of a new
who have been used to win
'" vigorous do not need treatment for women recognize that life goes along in an year, now is a time-after taking supplement to bottled milk. And
others to Christ who have in turn
; I since large numbers of fruits and
internal parasites. Treatments unbroken stream. I inventory of what you have or'
been used for Him. Thinkof
L which kill parasites have at least a greatly The magic hour of I have not done-to look forward, to vegetables are nowin,, season prac-
temporary detrimental effect upon the humble man who led Spur- midnight may well survey the road that lies ahead. tically throughout the year, it is
the birds and production will be de- geon to Christ, the Sunday School] mark the end of Before every wife and mother almost always possible to choose
teacher who dealt with Moody, the varieties of these mineral- and
layed. It always is certain of mis- '
; a good practice y. our hangs 'the curtain of the future
T to 'remove ailing birds from the simple but earnest Moravians who. takes, and the be- that will be slowly drawn aside, vitamin-bearing foods that are in-
won Wesley-and be encouraged.II.
{, C flock as soon as they are detected. ginning of greater revealing the destiny of herself, expensively priced."
:" Getting back to feeds for the layers He Was Given a New Name wisdom in' acting, her husband and her children, as

t:, tests show good results when (John 1:42): thinking, and liv- the future becomes the present, Be It Resolved:

", 'birds are fed mash concentrate and Simon, meaning "to hear," is + ing. as tomorrow becomes today. I should; therefore, like to urge '
;.., grains in separate self feeders. The changed to Peter, which means L' I I It seems to me And as your loved ones travel every homemaker to make at i
,.- concentrate may vary from 24 to "rock." The blessed Lord who in that the week in the road of life, it is you who haveit least one New Year's resolution:

I"'" 32 per cent of protein; less .concentrate His omniscience knew what the which we celebrate in your power to help.them at- to, resolve that..she will build her
-;. is consumed when the change in Peter's heart was to New Year's is a tain strong vigorous bodies; alert, family diet- in 1939 first of all
1... mean in his life, gave him a, new appropriate time for minds.
protein content is high. Wheat, corn, particularly efficiently working around the protective foods, milk,
and oats can be used for grain and name to fit his new character.- mothers to resolve to take stockof Now is the time for you to determine eggs, fruits and ,vegetables.
they should be separated in the feed- What a blessed truth it is that God the program of daily living that to make the power of food ,
ers. in Christ can and will take the blus- they have outlined for their fami- their power, so that they shall not It will be my privilege each
tering fisherman and transform all lies; and if necessary, to alter it flag in their travels along the high- week to help interpret for you the

Advantage Is Found of his good qualities into power and so that every member may'gain a way, but draw< new strength for amazing discoveries of nutritional
an science and to show,how can
usefulness for Himself. Thus God ; you
more generous share of wellbeingand each day's journey every time
," .. the Same who knows just what is utilize the newer knowledge of nutrition -
\ Having Breeds we are contentment. they sit down at your table, sit
.. A dairyman just starting with ready and willing to make us whatwe down, as I have said before, to to help increase the mental
to be in Christ. Have and physical efficiency of your
Il'r r purebreds may feel that since all ought you Questions for a HomemakerI Life! family.
gone through the experience of hav-
his neighbors have one breed of cat- believe that homemakerowes
every Together then, let us resolve to
ing Christ "Thou art thou
say: The Tremendous Power of Food
tle he should
get another breed
so it to her family to pause fora travel along: the highroad of well-
shalt be? It
as to have a monopoly in the busi- may mean that you few moments at this season to What they are going to be to- being: in 1939.
ness of selling breeding stock. There have passed through or will pass look backwards along the road morrow is indeed influenced by -WNU-C.. Houston Goudlss-193 -43.ASK .

".";. is no question about the monopoly, through the pressing experienceswhich that she and her family have traveled -
says the Missouri Farmer, but there are needed to weld together" in recent months.
':' your characteristics into a "rock,
would be little
probably business to Have taken of
but if it is' God's hand that makes you advantage Quiz With AnswersOffering
.':. monopolize. It is difficult for an iso- the knowledge offered by modern MEA
the change will find it to be all
:. you
lated small breeder to
dispose of his nutritional science? Can you con- Information I
A..' surplus stock to advantage, While joy.III. scientiously say with convictionthat ANOTHER r -
I <: if there are many breeders with the His Occupation Was Changed you have given your husbandand on Various Subjects

;;4, same breed, buyers are attracted to (Luke 5:1-11). children all the different food .

K- \, the locality because of the better Christ had chosen Peter as one of elements that are necessary for
.';: 'chance to get the desired animals those who should forsake all and follow buoyant, radiant health? The Questions 4. Great Britain, Spain, Holland

j from .one or more of the several Him, as one of his disciples 'in If you have grown as you should 1. What is meant by the open and France. '
: breeders. the inner circle of the Twelve. Note m the past year and no door in China? 5. John Adams Sr., father of
':, There are other advantages to how He John Quincy Adams; Dr. George
a graciously carries out His homemaker who is doing a really 2. Can you complete the follow-
.,;::' dairyman in having the same breed purpose. One.day as He stands to first class job ever remains static; ing proverb, : "Many go out for Harding, father of Warren G.
.,: as his neighbor, such as the possi- teach on the shore of the sea' of she moves with the ,times' .. wool-!'.. Harding; John Coolidge, father of

.; ', bility of exchanging bulls, and of Galilee the crowd presses Him, and then it is inevitable that there has 3. .Why are,U. S. senators desig- Calvin Coolidge.
owning good purebred bulls co-oper- He steps into a boat and asks the been a gradual change in the char- nated "senior" and "junior"? 6. It has not for the reason that
'".', atively. These advantages are ob- boatman to put out from the land. acter of the food that ,you have 4. What four nations were the the emperor of Japan is consid- '
,S;; tained by those having grade herds And it "just happened" to be the put on your table three times a chief colonizers of, the territorynow ered a deity and the public would
as well as' by those with purebreds. boat of Simon, who had about the sacrilege.
a day. But can you feel confident constituting continental Unit- regard travesty as
["'-' Then there is also the opportunity year before met the Lord and received those meals have been right in ed States? 7. The name was created for the

t ,, \'breed for taking sales of advantage surplus stock of special the new name of Peter. every respect? Have they included 5. What three men lived to see territory .in Rome belonging to
the Such things do not "happen." The the necessary protein, fats, carbo- their sons elected to the presi- the Holy See by the Lateran treaty -
lastly advantage of
community together in bringing other the destinies of men are in the handsof hydrates? 'Have they included at dency? signed by Cardinal Gasparri,
t"' deavors which usually result where en- God. The day and hour for least 12 minerals; the six known 6. Has the opera, "The Mikado on behalf of the pope, and by the

there is but. one breed. It might Peter's'call had come, and here he vitamins; and sufficient bulk or ," ever been,produced in Japan representative of the king of Italy, i
: be added that these 'same thoughts was to be taught by ,Jesus througha cellulose: to help maintain regular ? on February 11, 1929.
': miraculous draught of fish that health habits? 7. How long has the Vatican
t are applicable to other kinds of live
stock and poultry. he was to be a fisher of men. ,God's state been so called?
clock always runs on time. Remember Time to Take InventoryDo The Answers
r that, and also be assured thatif 1. of opportunity for GuaranteedQuality
With the ,Farmers notbe_ too discouraged if you Equality
are His child not the
you even
cannot to all of these all nations.
k(: In Vermont, grade A eggs signify simplest "happening" in your life questions answer, because yes the chances 2. "That come back shorn." Purity,Uniformity and

..1 i that they are of the fourth is unknown to Him. are that many other homemakersmay 3. The senator from a state who Dependability When You Choose i iLfw2

: grade. Had our lesson been deliberatelychosen also find it necessary to givea was first elected is the senior sen-
:I" for a New Year's messageit partially negative answer. Moth- ator and the one last elected is the ; .41RLVOi.UiIonr
' l
J J. In some states, grade A eggs are could hardly have been more ap ers especially are busy people, junior.
. the best eggs, while in others they propriate. To the one who knows

; are second grade. not Christ as Saviour there is an _ _ ____&____-......s

i : Clean straw .makes. '. a good mulch coming invitation to to Him.begin To the the New Christian Year by '

":1 .for strawberry plantings and helps there is the admonition to do as I [ : !I
protect them from.winter damage. Andrew did-bring your brother or
i : *
friend to Christ. We are not all
\ Many farmers make it a practice called to leave our daily work and '
i I:" to inspect terraces for rodent holes. become full-time Christian workers, on Main StreetGive olution going on. Changes in good and how to make

\ I ; Filling them helps prevent terrace but every believer should be a soul. dress styles and food prices. your dollars S-T-R-E-T-OH.
,j :\ breaks. winner. To the one who has heard Smart who like to be
; the rise of a hat crown the people
the call of God to leave his nets a thought to Main Street as in living and
,I E Ten per cent of the total of eggs and follow the Lord in full-time you scan today's headlines All fall of furniture prices-these up-to-the-minute

,II 'f produced in the United States in re- service, here is the urgent renew- the world's excitement isn't matters vitally affect our daily current events,follow advertisements 1

..: cent years is estimated to have gone ing of that call. Step out in faith in Europe. living.. and the news is ably, as closely as headlines.

': into cold storage.. now and follow Him. To the churchor fully covered in advertisements.Here They know what's doingin

The United States has religious worker discouraged by For, in our town and in concise, meaty form, Europe and America .
about four the failure of a social or ethical
like clear the makers of the world's goods but they also know where
( and one-hall million colonies of honey program here is the lesson and example towns ours across
rt, ,i ,; bees that make about 160,000,000 I of a life changed by personal country there's a daily rev- tell you what's new, what's money buys mostU !
S pounds of honey a contact with the Lord
year. Jesus. ''''''''''
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The Clewiston News warmth and good cheer that was FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH pastor's home and will be very in ing of the church will be, held on "1 i '

somewhat lacking last year and Marshall Mines, Pastor. formal.. Sunday evening at the close of the l' ..
...... t''
the before.I -- '
year A' very important 'business meet preaching service, January 8th.
Published every Friday In Clewlston, received a regular avalanche of "The Church of Friendly Distinc _
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Florida, by the CLBWISTON. NEWS Christmas cards, many from friendsI tion."
Inc. hadn't heard from for years, andI Services every Sunday:
know I sent more than usual. It Sunday School, !9:45 a. m., B.
KEATHLEY BOWDEJJ" Editor is nice to be remembered and I E., Herring Supt.
hour Christmas MorningVorship 11:00. Ser-
spent a, pleasant
Entored as second class mail matte night reading over the various messages mon by the Pastor.B. 3n 199
February 1, 1927 at the Post Office in of good cheer and well wishes Y. P. U. 6:15: p. m., V. C. 1 l (
Act of
Clewlston, Florida, under the
March 3, 1897.Subscription. they contained. Each and ev- Woodward, Director.
ery one is deeply appreciated by Evening Preaching 7:30 p. m.

Rntc $2.00 Per Yenr. the Kay family. Sermon by the Pastor.
This business of getting backto Midweek Service every Wednesday -
Adrortiiilnsr Raton On Application. I, at 7:30 p. m.
work and the problem of writ-
ing a column is too great a task The First Baptist Church invitesall
Devoted to the advancement and welfare for Monday morning, December 26, the people of Clewislon to its (
of Clewiston and Hendry County.A so at the suggestion of my girl, New Year's: Eve watch party be-

Friday, backed by several letters ginning at eight-thirty on Satur-

NICE CHRISTMAS: PRESENT especially requesting that I do so, day evening, December 31st at the
r-- I'm turning back to my column of church. There will be games for

More than a hundred boys and a year ago and' give you again- all ages, singing by everyone, a I,
girls of junior high school age in "The Night After Christmas". story telling period when everyone t
will be invited to tell a yarn, some : '
Florida were able to enjoy a hap 'Twas the night after Christmas,
poetry reading and joke telling, a
Christmas because of the
and boy what a house!
United States Sugar Corporationand radio program to bring the news CLEWISTON REALTY AND
I .
its genial president, ClarenceR. I felt like the devil, and so did the of New Years from several different : i

Bitting for it was only a few Spouse! lands, and last but not least, some
days before the holidays that checks The eggnog and turkey and candy eats. The marriage of Miss Clarice :: 'r.
were mailed out to the winnersof were swell Lammons and Don Carlyle occursat DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION ;

an essay contest which was sponsored But ten hours later, they sure midnight. The party will close
by the corporation on "What gave me hell. at twelve fifteen with everyone
Sugar Production Means To Flor- making a new year's resolution.This I : ;

ida." Prizes ranged from $100 down The stockings weren't hung by .the is a pastor's party for the <

to 2.00 and a total of more than chimney with care- people., Everyone is invited and i ;
,$1100 was distributed in Florida. The darn things were sprawled on it's all free. Be sure and come, -- ---- !kr 'It
Saturday night at 8:30 p. m.
the back of a chair.
It would be difficult to imaginea
better way to make Florida con- The children" were nestled all snug Sermon topic for.Sunday morn- ,
scious of potentialities offer in their bed, ing, 11 a. m., "Thinking", a ser- fl
ed the unrestricted growth of mon on meditation and the lost art
of ice
But I had a large cake on
sugar cane in the state than by my head. of thinking. .
staging such a contest among the Sunday evening, 7:30 p. in., "New r

school children' of that age. Their And when, I finally dozed off inl I Ia Year's Resolutions". .", "
research for essay material has not B. Y. P. U. To Reorganize f
only made them more familiar with when it fell The Senior B. Y. P. U. will be
The ,ice woke me up
the conditions but in the majorityof divided this Sunday niiht into two !
in lap.
cases has brought these condi- Then for some unknown reason I separate unions. One will be for .
tions to the attention also of their wanted 'a drink, :younger members and will retain
parents and other members of the the name of Senior B. Y. P. U. The
feeling to
So I started in my 'way ,
families. the sink. other will be for older ones and i,

Citizens ef other parts of, the will be called the B.. A. U.: "Baptist

state are prone to consider the I got along fine 'till I stepped on I Adult Union".
sugar problem entirely a sectionalone the cat; Tuesday evening, at 7:30, is the
and rarely stop to think of the I don't recall just what occurred time for:the regular choir rehearsal.All .
detrimental effect the destructionof after that. members'of the choir please be

one industry has on the entire When I came to, the house was all I present. .
state. But the best method of ap- : flooded with light, The midweek service of the ,
proach to any parent is through the Although under the table I was church will be conducted this Wed-

child and we feel that many thous- high as a kite. nesday evening at 7:30 in the TEXACO SERVICE STATION
ands of Floridians. are not only
more familiar with the sugar problem While visions of sugar plums I
but are also more sympatheticas danced headI R.
in my C. Nowling, Mgr. -:- Phone 355
a result of the school contest. somehow got up and then backto W
Mrs. Blanche Turner .f c
Congratulations to all of the bed. : J
winners in the .
contest. Then what to my wandering mind .i. .i1
invites 'visit her
/ to UfJ.
should appear, you .
A HAPPY NEW YEAR But a miniature sleigh and eight I .

tiny reindeer. new I
(From the introduction to the Sun- II '

shine Cook Book, by Josephine Then the sleigh seemed to changeto I '
Jackson, prepared by the home a red fire truck, BEAUTY I
demonstration n specialists of the And each reindeer turned into a
Florida State College for Women. .
) bleery-eyed buck; I
Take twelve fine, full-grown I knew in a moment it, must be Old SHOP t
months. See that these are thor- NickI -
oughly free from all old memories tried to cry out, but* my tonguewas Ii f
of bitterness, rancor, hate and jeal- too thick. complete with the I : E y

ousy. Cleanse them completely from --

every clinging spite; pick off all Then the old devil whistled and newest and most up- I' ..........
specks of pettiness and littleness shouted with glee ..,:' ::.: .19. .
; 0 : ""f "et.f .
in short, see that these months are While 'the bucks pawed the earth to-date equipment.Our '. .':.,.:..\\f' :.;-..:;",:;.::.. o.= -.o. \? ";.. .
free from all the past-have themas and looked daggers at me. : '

fresh and clean as when they Then he called them by name and '' i X 1jr

came from the great storehouse of the names made me shudder skilled operativesare I ,,;:Wi ; : .;:," : @ }i .. it qiF[ > : }

Time. When I heard them I felt ,like a I ,, ,> .
Cut these months into thirty or ship minus rudder. ,'.":(:,0.3., ::9::.:: :.t.':": .. ':" :'.::':':\\939-.. ..,..>:

thirty-one equal parts. This batch ready to serve you

will keep just one year. Do not "Now Egg-nog! Bacardi! Four Roses I ::
attempt to make up the' whole and Brandy! on arrival. ;
batch at one time (so many per Now Fruit Cake! Cold Turkey! Gin :
sons spoil the entire lot in this Rickey! and Candy! GLADES POWER ,
I :
way) but prepare one day at a To the top of his dome, to. the top .
time, as follows: of his skull Turner'sBEAUTY !

Into each day put twelve partsof Now whack away, crack away, with AND LIGHT COMPANY
faith, eleven of patience, ten of thumps that are dull!" : Y -
courage, nine of work (som people SHOP I Ii i ,:' .j
omit this ingredient and so spoil Then in a twinkling I felt on my. "
Hopkins Bldg. Phone 392 : '
the flavor of the rest), eight of roof "
hope, seven of fidelity, six of liberality The prancing and pawing of each I '. 1:1:: .

five of kindness, four of rest cloven hoof. I -
(leaving this out is like leaving the How long this went on I'm sure .
oil out of the salad-don't do it), I can't say - -

three of prayer, two of meditationand Tho' it seemed an eternity, plus a .. .. .. -, Yh h h h l .f
one well-selected resolution.If long day.
you have no conscientious

scruples, put in about half a tea- But finally the ,night after. Christ- 'I
spoon of good spirits, a"dash of mas had passed r
fun: ,a pinch .of folly, a sprinklingof And !'I found that I could really
play and 'a heaping cupful of I think straight at last.
good humor.. So I thought of the New. Year a '/

Pour into the whole love ad lib- few days away, *
itum and mix with a vim. Cook And I'\e made me a 'vow that no j :

thoroughly in, .a fervent heat; gar- tempter can sway. 4
nish with a few smiles, and a sprigof f
joy; then serve with quietness, I'm .sticking to water, don't even

unselfishness and cheerfulness,. anda want ice, '?$# ,
Happy New Year is a certainty. For there's nothing as tasty o: : "
nothing as nice. <,>1i:1
.:..:,...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.".:-..:..:..:..:..:. The night after New Year ma ; ,. .,
bother some guys
But I've learned my ;lesson, air;
Too Late To
brother I'm'wise; .' :." J '.

You can have yoqr rich victual- .' ." ...."" .,'" '.:;.. .,-" c,; :.'.r. :( -
By CJusell :"'
Kay .. f
and liquor that's red, >
.:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. But what goes to my stomach won' ,
go to my head. I
Well, my Christmas this year was So a big Happy New Year, to you B.: & B. CASH GROCERY
certainly a joyous one and I think and to all; .
a lot' of folks found It so. Whileit I'm back on the wagon,' and hopeI KL-Jl
k !1d'of sneaked up on me and don't fall! .
seemed to' be here and gone' in a ., ? !

terrible. ,I hurry, it presented a. IS, YOUR SUIISCRIPTON'; PAID" ? : k F



! ..:............................................................................................................................................................................f....1 I I birthday is the 31st.A .

I A 'y pink and green color schemewas o C 0
carried out, the dining table
il being prettily decorated in these AND IT WILL

\ PERSONAL I and SOCIETY i: shades. Two birthday cakes were BE IN THE PAPER
identical in
I coloring and size, one
.0. It with 8 candles and the other with
.. i
.:. I 9. Pink ,and green cups held dainty --t(
:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. :.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :.:..:..:.:. i iI candles and a place card marking W '
I each child's place.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nail were Ed Clark, ;J. W. Beardsley, Co-:I *

i visitors in Hollywood Tuesday. burn Moore and Bob Patterson who II to Cake the following and Ice cream guests were: served: 'I SEASON'S: iGREETINGS : : .

: attend the University of Florida I

Mrs. Lillian' Botoroff- Lake spent the holidays in Clewiston at I Ronald Hare, Corinne VonMach, d
their homes. Louise Prewitt, Charles Miner, Gene1Illls
Worth was the guest of Rev. and i I
I' Mrs. Forest C. Taylor Thursday.Miss Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder Shirley Owen, Bob Berner,

----- and son, Joe, 'spent Christmas II Gloria McDuffie, Dickie Schiffli,
Richard Knight, Catherine
Mae Palmer, Bill and Malley week-end in Stuart with Mr. Schroe- Dyess,
Palmer motored to St. .Cloud to ,der's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Kim Kolstad, Patsy Meredith, Bar-
spend Christmas with their mother.i Schroeder and Mrs. Schroeder's par- bara Bruce, Joy Crouch, Shirley

i and Mrs. R. C. Nowling Crouch, Margie Allen, Gracie Ward, a o

spent Christmas in Fort:; Myers with ,Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Deadwyler of Nancy Wright, Bub Mills Mary
Louise Thomas, Margie McCracken,
relatives.Mr. West Palm Beach were Christmas
Betty Kay Bowden, David
..visitors in the home of Mrs. Dead- : McDuffie

and Mrs. Judson Francis of wyler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Crouch and William McCracken.

(banal Point spent the week-end Bell. Miss Christine Bell returned I -
here with relatives.Mr. ,with them tov, st Palm Beach
for the remainder'' of the week. I MEETING HELD TUESDAYThe

and Mrs. Jones Bryan spent ; regular 'monthly business :. : .-- GULF OIL "

I' the holiday week-end in Tampa with JUNIOR GIRLS CL'ASS i meeting of the W. M. S. of the : .' CORPORATIONi '
relatives. HELD MEETING THURSDAY First Baptist Church of Clewistonwas -!, '. i,

; i held on Tuesday, December Distributors .'.
; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson, Miss The Junior Girls Class of the 27th. Mrs. E. L. Hayes, second '!"'., "
I Billie Johnson and Jimmy Robertson Community Sunday School held its vice-president: presided in the ab- \ '

spent Christmas in Sarasota. Christmas meeting on Thursday evening. of the
i sence president, Mrs. A. R. .t
Each member bought a, Broadfoot.
: Miss Jayne Miller spent the holidays Christmas present which was opened -
Those present were Mrs. E. M.
with her parents in Fort and enjoyed by the class for a:I
I f" Cornette, Mrs. J. H. Davis, Mrs.I. .
Myers.Mr. ew minutes and then re-wrapped
R. Holland, Mrs. C. W. Simmons,
arid added to baskets which
r A were Mrs. E. L. Hayes, Mrs. M. A. Thomas -
and Mrs. J. F. McLure of distributed on Christmas Eve.
1Irs.V.. T. Wjheeles, Mrs. I. S.
Pahokee visited friends in Clewis-
Attending were Jo Ann Crouch, I Bell, Mrs. Clarence, Kruger, Mrs. i
ton Monday afternoon.Mr. Carline Berner, Betty and Gloria W. H. Warren; Mrs. G. E. W.nzloff,

IcDuffie, Anne Pafford, Marianne i Mrs. Arthur King, Mrs. A. D. Dix-
and Mrs. L. W. Journigan of
Jones, June I
Espenlaub, Mauryne on, Mrs. Dan Allen, Mrs. A. Mc-
Canal Point visited friends in Clew- Prewitt, Nancy Wright, Grace, ,Gowan and Miss Marjorie Hood.
iston afternoon.Mr. .
Saturday Ward, Barbara Bruce, Ogle Arnett

and Sally Graham.Refreshments MRS. HERMAN SCHARNDERG
and Mrs. Roy Alston and
were cookies and ENTERTAINS AT DINNERMr.
daughters, Harriet and Carol Joy
orange juice.
visited relatives in Moore Haven and Mrs. Herman Scharn-
and Fort Myers during Christmas.
IISS KNIGHT ENTERTAINS berg entertained a large group of

VITH CHRISTMAS PARTY I friends with a buffet supper at
Mrs. L. M. Oliphant of Marietta
their home on Christmas Eve d t
Ga., is the guest of her daughter, Miss Ruth Knight entertained at I Iher I The living room, dining'room
Mrs. R. C. Wilson and Mr. Wil-
home Wednesday evening w'itha and enclosed porch were decorated

son. Christmas party for members of 'with holly and mistletoe and a

the Young Woman's Club. A Christ pretty Christmas tree held gifts
.Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Small spent for
mas tree and other holiday decorations everyone.
Christmas Day in LaBelle with Following the dinner
were arranged in the living which was
Mr. Small's mother and other rel- room. served buffet style, gifts were distributed

atives. I and enjoyed during the
The guests enjoyed singing of'
Christmas i evening, ,the guests departing to HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS, Inc. ,
Bestor carols and later a distribution -
George a student at Geor- attend midnight mass at St. Mar-
gia Tech in Atlanta, spent the hol- of gifts from the Club tree. I garet's Church.

idays here with his parents, Mr. Attending were Misses Florence The guests included Mr. and Mrs..
and Mrs. H. A. Bestor. Slonaker, Pearl Brantley, Virginia
, :M. H. Scotti, Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Jordan, Florine Moore, Mary Mar-I,Bruce, Barbara Bruce, Mrs. Eleanor
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dumas of cette, ,Evelyn Hare, Carol Harris, (Thomas, Mrs. Grace Wolz, Dr. W. '

Auburn, Ala., spent Christmas weekend .Uae Whitten, Evelyn Burhans, Billie D. 'Horn, Jay W. Moran, Miss Cath- :: :

U here with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Johnson, Mrs. Carl Johnson and erine Horn, James Horn, Mrs. Bes-
i Irs. Knig'ht.The .
f: ;Knight. Josephine sie Elliot, Mr. "and Mrs. Max Meluh,

x 11 1\ January meeting of the club Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Martinez, Oliver,
1: -.... Mrs.. F. M. Rodriguez and Mrs. will be held at the home of Miss Jack and Junior Martinez, Mr. and

I ... Lawrence Rodriguez left Friday Virginia Jordan. Mrs. E. P. Mutrux, Miss Virginia

" If for Gretna, La., to spend Christ- gallant, R. L. Coker, Mr. and )))JIHhI I' 'i ,....uq'ISII1 (
mas with relatives. IRS. CORNETTE ENTERTAINS Mrs. B. P. Luce, Miss Eleanor IranutI

VITH CHILDREN'S PARTY Luce, E. Johnston, M. Nievas, Mr.
: Mrs W. M. Redelsheimer and and Mrs. Fred Henricksen, M. Ul-

t children Billy and Patty, of Miami Mrs. E. M. Cornette entertained ; lendorf, Lawrence Rodriguez, Frank

\ are spending the week here at her home Wednesday afternoon Rodriguez and Mr. and Mrs. Hor-

with Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn. with a children's party' celebratinghe ace Bestor. j I :

fourth birthday of her daugher -
r Mrs. A. B. Hunt and. Mrs. J., D. Sue. COMMUNITY CHURCH I ;

I Baigrie of LaBelle spent Christmas' Edythe Nell Cornette, Beulah Royal Palm Avenue i
,here with Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Her-
Guthrie and Lee Pridgen assistedwith Forest C. Taylor, Minister
ring. games for the little guests. ,c1:

After refreshments of ice cream and Morning worship and sermon at '
Miss Eleanor Luce returned from cake were served, the honoree open eleven o'clock. Sermon subject: I
Tallahassee to spend Christmas
ed her gifts.
"The Eternal Now and Forever".
vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Cornette gave whistles as I Appropriate music by the clioir.
i ;Mrs. B. P. Luce. Favors to the children. : BAR ,: "
Sunday school every Sunday ': j,, : CLEWISTON ,
I, :; ,
The guests included Betty Carol morning at nine forty-five. W '1' .'
j Miss Gertrude Evan of Savannah, and
Bevoly Flaniken, GeorgiaAnn Christian Endeavor meeting Sun-
1 .,Ga., spent Christmas week here with Suggs, Tommie Suggs, Richardand
a day' evening at ,six. '
1 her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Jimmy Knight, Donald Terrell, I
Junior Endeavor meeting Tues- 'Where Friends Meet" -:- Peter Chagaris
Smith and family. ""
, J Shirley Ann Owen, Eleanor Holland, day afternoon at three-thirty.
I Billy Broadfoot, Patsy 'Meredith,. The January meeting of the
Mrs. H. L. Sears of Shellman, Heather I I
; Guthrie, Linda Lee, Skippy '
Board of Trustees will be held on ,
Ga., left yesterday after spending Cothern I I
I Schiffli, John Perry,
the evening of Monday, '.January 9, I
the week here with her daughter, Mary 1
( Kay Pafford and Wanda
instead of the usual time.
-I ; ;
! Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and family. Laggio.
[ .
I r
t Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, Mrs ELEANOR HOLLAND
: l H. L. Sears and Kim Kolstad visited CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY -- -

l I in Canal Point Sunday after- -

l noon. Eleanor Holland celebrated her
i sixth birthday Tuesday afternoonwith I

I James Horn and Miss Catherine a party at the home of her

I \ Horn, of Beech Creek, Penn., spent parents Mr. and Mrs. I. '''R. Hol-
r the holidays here with their grand-I '

\ I 'father, Dr. W. D. Horn at the Clew- land.The_ children enjoyed. games on I Ii

..iston Inn. the 'lawn, and delicious birthdaycake

i .\ ;, '- and ice cream were served.: .
:- Mr. and Mrs. ,J. D.. Bruce had as Attending the party were Margie
,).; (.their guests for Christmas .Mrs ;Allen, Shirley Krueger Jacqueline II
p J3ruce's sister, Mrs. Eleanor Thomas Bledsoe
Harriet; and Carol! Joy Alston -:
.; and a friend, Mrs. .Grace WIolz of Gladys Brantley, Anne: Prew- I
{ ; Miami.. itt, Dean Holland, Aubrey David

I Luke, Jr., Charlotte Krueger, Don-
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Slade of Fort ald Mines Billy Blount, Sue Corn-

Miyers and Mr. and Mrs. Hugo ette, Louise Blount, Donald Terry,

Berner and daughter, of West Palm Harry Vaughn and Betty Dixon.
i ,' Beach were guests of'' Mr. and Mrs. ;!I

Mr. and Mr :McCrackenand
'' children, Marjolaine and WilLiam A joint
party at the
have returned to Clewiston after home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Berner ;' "'. CLEWISTON SU I

several months' absence, Mr. yesterday afternoon celebrated the

i McCracken having been: transferred 9th birthday of their niece, Jo Ann

here by the U. S. Engineers. Crouch, whose birthday occurred _
1 The family is staying temporarily pn the 27th and the 8th birthdayof
In. the :Raines .
house, -
their<< daughter, Carline, whose .

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By SAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS :": '>: .1;= ; TlJ HAPPENEDONE OF tered the prospective art shop. customer en-, '

"I want to see some of those

NIGHT' pictures that are done by,scratch- :

The ''assistant thought a moment,

and then his,face lighted up. '

SYNOPSIS new splendors. "How do I look?" to her ear and said in'a low and "If .it kills the poor. thing," finished "Oh," .he said, "you mean itch-

"Rather like a beetle, I should significant half-whisper: Marne. ings." ,

Kelsey Hare, young architect convalescing say." "This week-end I have to be in It '
from a breakdown meets Martin, Holmes Hollywood. But next week-end eh was a painful morning. The Bare Fact .
"What kind of beetle? she per- ; ,
lake work'went on with the hero floun- I
struggling author. In a storm on a "Brown hasn't had his hair cut
near Moldavia, N. Y. Caught In a downpour sisted, still too pleased with herself darr-ling? dering and smoldering the director "
they seek shelter at Holmes' estate. not to be confident of approval. "You mean ,for the ball room for 10 years. <&; .
r'Holmesholm," which by Its air ot decay scene?" sweating profusely, and the heroine "He must be mad.. !#', ,1/ "
gives evidence of Its owner's financial embarrassment "Some beetles are quite nice. alone getting 'any fun' out of it. She "No ,-' ': '
"Whut-whut-whut whut ; .
whut? -
Kelsey suggests renting a -
'"Tastes differ. I had in mind seemed to find a malign
room and settles down there. Finding Oh, we-ell. If you want, to call it satisfaction \ -
Holmes studying a newspaper picture of a I one of those'igreenish, slick, slinky that he answered after in her opposite's reluctant approaches STUCK
Park avenue debutante. Kelsey learns thata kind of beetles. r believe," he add- a slightly .' Toward' noon A. 'Leon ,
story by Holmes has been rejected In a sulky and uncertain pause. -
$15,000 contest run by Purity Pictures. A. ed with judicial deliberation, "they "All right," she agreed ,cheerfully. Snydacker walked 'in and Templeton -
Leon Snydacker president for a novel suitable call them diggers." But he had sense'enough to Sayles, Esq.,:walked out. ,
which the winnerof ,
for picturizatlon. in
a Mystery Reauty contest will star. Kelsey "That will about suffice for you, wonder whether it really was all "How, about it?". queried the big
buys the tnanuscript from Holmes and Halfwit snapped Gloria. boss.
right. He'd leave it to the invalu-
rents his douse One of the conditions of the "Bwana "
deal is that Kelsey adopt Holmes' pen name, With a sharply heightened color able Moby Dickstein to smooth out he's lousy.
"Templeton Sayles" After Holmes departson Marne addressed ,the other girl. "I the details. "What do you-think, darr-ling?" kriiMr.

which a trip Kelsey a leaves telegram unopened.arrives Clunk for Sayles odd think I'll wear it down to dinner "What they shooting tomorrow?" "The." same as Moby, only moreso.

man servant, places the debutante's picture tonight." ,he inquired. > -
on the manteL The Park Avenue Van "Swell! Let's all, dress up and Marne frowned. "Trying out; one "You don't like him?' Rabbit ,Good morning, f

ton Straitens are ,horrified at breakfast to find with her their picture niece in Mar-the make it a party." of the love scenes." "I think he's poisonous," averredthe Miss (/Hedgehog, going to the ball t

paper as one of ten remaining contestantsfor "Great idea!" growled Kelsey. "Ah, if I could act!" sighed the girl with unnec'essary vigor. tonight-Q "
the Purity Pictures award, and learn "That's good,!" commented} the
that Liggett Morse admirer has entered "Snydacker will appreciate it, I'm President of Purity Pictures, roll- 'Hedgehog-No none '"
Marion's picture on a bet. She decides adventurously sure. His car just came in." ing up his liquid and expressiveeyes. magnate complacently. "What I boys will ever dance with me -

to go through with the contest.In "Perhaps there's a gown for you, "How glad I'd be to be play' mean is I wouldn't, ,want you should
the offices of A. Leon Snydacker, heir to
the Peckett's Persuasive Pills fortune. Marion too," said Marne to her ally, ig- ing the hero with you." like him too much, darr-ling. It'sup The Better Show j t'
finds nine other beauties. She makes to Moby to handle him right. At the theater last week
a. ;_
friends with Gloria Glamour, flip professional We can work it out with him, I ,
al beauty contestant They meet y i i ; woman wearing one of those creations j .)
fac J:l guess. It was no part of the cun-
Dickstein. Snydacker's press agent and ., + known as the latest thing in I
totum. Snydacker is overwhelmed with Marlon's t r i; tklRt''pv, ning magnate's idea to substitutesome
yk.4:'v u5 hats seated
< in front of Jim.
beauty and "class, to which he Is extremely ': handsome and
:;: 'expert leadingman
susceptible, and calls her "Darr- Suddenly she bethought herself
ling." Moby is referred to Holmes for Information whom his star might find at- and
on Sayles. Gloria takes the calL ? tractive. turning round, said: "Par-
Hare Is Interrupted in his rewriting by two t ':: "Just don me, sir, but if my hat is interfering .4
callers one of whom he recognizes as the \ as you say, Bwana, sighedthe with your seeing the '
pictured beauty in the paper. After they director. "ButI hate to think "
leave, he takes the picture from the mantel what'll happen in that comedy, I'll take it off.
and uncovers the telegram now four days rescue "Please don't, madam," replied
old, apologizing for mistake," and demanding scene. Jim. "The hat's much funnier."
Sayles' Immediate presence in New "Where he swims out and bringsher
York for a conference with Snydacker. When "
Moby and the girls arrive on location," Kelsey to shore?
The boss to his
learns for the first time that the Holmes- "Yes. Where she falls out of the secretary:
Sayles'novel was the winner. He confides "Now, Miss Jones, be careful
his predicament to Moby. Snydacker's an- canoe. He'll handle her like she when you write to Messrs. Grif-
ticipation of the meeting with Sayles Is not ... was a sack of coal and he a long- ,
shared by Kelsey. whom Moby advises to shoreman. Use hooks." fons. Don't lose my temper!
say ,"Yes" to everything. They meet at a no
Moldavia Inn, and argue the title of thesupercreational" "Will it be safe? Can you swim,
Real Stuff
it from "Virgin Effort"picture to "Maiden finally changing Effort." 3 fy ,. w. ra darr-ling?" Actor-I must insist hav-
Kelsey learns he is to play the lead, the "Of course."
embodiment of the Insidious Sayles.,The pic- A. Leon began to gloom with ing real food in the banquet scene. 1..
ture goes Into production at Holmesholm. Manager (fed up-Just as you -
with Kelsey doing a hopeless job as hero. thought. Recognizing the symptoms, like but then will have to
:Marlon remains cold to Snydacker's "dan- Moby signaled the others for silence. you
lings" even to the gift: of an evening dress have real poison in the death'
Presently the great man sprang to scene.
his feet, whirling his arms in one of

CHAPTER VIContinued9 those spasmic inspirations to whichhe \ '
Off and On
was subject.
"I love the dress." Tenderly Marne "I got it," he vociferated. "I gotit. Ishka-They say a fat person.

lifted the creation. A small leather If we put this rescue scene may reduce by dancing 'the modern -

casket was dislodged from the folds. through regular rehearsal, it'll be a'I fast dances.

She opened it. "Wh-wh-wh-wh- flop. Here's my idear." Yagke-Yes, and a thin person,

why!" she stuttered. "They look "Just a minute, Bwana." Moby may put on weight laughing at:
like emeralds." out fat people trying to do them.
got a pencil and poised it.
She let the necklace ripple and "Shoot."

sparkle through her fingers, then "Miss Van Stratten," explicatedthe
dropped it. She stared at the First "What do you think darr-ling?" I mastermind, "lets fall a remark follows rub on when enetro you to f'

Assistant, her brows drawing down."Cert'ny before Mr. Sayles that she can't ease discomfort. t .
noring the young man. "You'd bet- Next morning, Moby, who had OlD r
swim. Penetro has a ,
they look like emer- ter look and see." been relegated to his old job of 'directing "more medica "j :
alds," retorted that quick-witted "I will. What a hope!I" she addedas for this?special picture, en-: "Yes, assented the two listeners tion" feature and

diplomat. "The" camera won't know she herded Kelsey out into the countered plenty of trouble, mainly the girl dubiously, the director RELIEF I a mutton suet ,

the difference. hall and closed the door after him. with the masculine lead as in- reverently. base. Greater-
"I hardly would, myself," she con- "All right. You can't swim. Now, medicated vapors
At once she turned upon him. terpreted by Templeton Sayles, Esq. loosen phlegm
fessed, reassured. "But of course "A nice show you put onl"! Thus far the hero had been every- here's my big idear. A stoopendousidear ease coughing
they're too big to be real." "You got me into it." 'I thing that he should not have been. if I do say it. We'll get him tightness of chest

"I'll tell you," said Moby. "You "How'd I know you were going to He was camera-conscious. He up on that bluff below the house.That's muscles. More of t
rig up in this outfit and we'll try a act like a sore-tailed bear? What'sit flinched. He jittered. His walk wasa your job, Moby. Miss Van J absorbed by are superficial -
few shots." strut Stratten comes paddling along, care- skin
to you anyway? and his smile a simper. It
With the aid of a maid, suppliedby "Nothing. Only it makes me sickto was with dark forebodings that free and" singing blithely as in the ,

the thoughtful management, she see a girLsell out like, that." Moby Dickstein approached the cru- script. (He had taken a momentto PENETROForbidden

made a more than satisfactory toi Gloria was feeling a little that cial love-scene rehearsal.His consult it.) "She sees him. Now;

let. way herself about it, but she came misgivings were justified. Badas drammer! 'Yoo-hool Mister Sayles!

"Gee, that's some thin'!" was to her friend's support loyally. Kelsey had been in the preced- Up she jumps, and over she goes. DesiresWe

Moby Dickstein's admiring com- "How do you know she's sold out?" ing episodes, he was at his worstin What can he do? He's gotta"make a are always striving for

ment when she appeared. "She isn't getting that lay-out for this. That indestructible and tire- play to save her, ain't he"? things forbidden, and coveting

The camera kept them busy until nothing, iSj) she?" 'less patience which i an essentialto "I wouldn'ttrust him, asserted those denied us.-Ovid.

six o'clock. Marne was back in "Maybe the emeralds are phony." all directing was taxed to the Marne. "He'd"probably be glad to

her room when Gloria, who had "The dress isn't. And I'd have utmost by the time Moby had lured see me drown. I

been to town, came up. The beauty sworn she was a straight kid." the loving couple into their first "I'll" be there, watching, darr-

girl set her distended hands on her "What right have you got to think clinch. It broke down 'a moment ling, A. Leon assured her. GGODDlUO

hip-joints and whistled. she isn't?" challenged the defender. later. He advanced upon the hero, "Besides, how can you drown sroscsvuc

"Where'd you raise the green-: "If she is, she won't be long," flailing the air. when Moby."Shshshshl",you .swim like a fish?" argued -

ies?" was the harsh rejoinder. "For the luvva Mike!" he yelped. t s own ,
"And who cast for Captainof "Whatsamatter?" warned the deviser -
"They you
came by express from New 1s&I
of the Idear
York." Marne peacocked a bit. the Rescue Squad? It strikes me "Well, what is the matter?" coun- Stoo-pendous. "He I
"Does that you're doing a little more in the tered Kelsey. "I'm doing the bestI might be listening. You get it, don't
make you Queen of the heart-throb line than the script calls know how." you? We'll have a camera planted '' 1)1)I )
May!I" said Gloria in a peculiartone. he tessedRetiejiRHEUMATISMS
for." "You ain't doin' the best Malden where can't see"it. And there'syour h llgS

"What Kelsey managed a grin.' "You're Featherston knows how. Remem- rescue scene.
do think of it?
"What do you right, of course, Gloria. Watch me ber you're him." "Great, Bwana! Splendid!" acclaimed I
you want me to thinkof
it? A. Leon Snydacker's been behave like a perfect gent. As a "He makes me sick," said Kel- Moby. "There's a bunch of'
start I'll go and dress for the festive sey definitely. willows on the shore that we can
spreading himself I'd !
say "
occasion." "You wrote him didn't ? Well shoot' from.
"This is all you ,
from the studio.
"Oh Someone passed the word to A. try to be him for a minute. Looka "I'll bet it'll flivver it depends '
yeah? I they struck "
emeralds, digging suppose that'last sewer." ,Leon Snydacker, who not only appeared here. Lookit what the script calls on Templeton Sayles, was Marne's ClassifiedAdvertising
in tails and a white waist- for." He beat the unresisting paper uncomplimentary opinion. V
"They're" imitation. Aren't they coat but, radiant, ordered up cham- with the back of his hand. 'Clasps "Leave it to me," said A. Leon

good! pagne from his private stock. and kisses her passionately. D'you grandly.

"I'll say they're good. So are "Darr-ling" was his greeting to call that a kiss!" ,

you. I haven't got the heart to hoga Marne; "you look"-he paused, "This' is only, a rehearsal," the After the 'discharge from house- f'
show like this all to myself. Hi! seeking a sufficiently expressive leading man defended himself. hold duties on a pension so large HAVE YOU

Casanova!" word-"colossal," he brought out "What of it? Don't act like you're that he viewed each Successive anything around the i

A grunt from down the hallway triumphantly.Marne : scared of her. She ain't got leprosy. check with dark suspicion, Glunk
would liketo
responded. laughed. "I like myself ." established himself as Marne's volunteer 1 you

"Mist-er Sayles! Tempy, my lad. pretty well in this" 'she admitted. "It's only sunburn," 'confirmed bodyguard. i trade or sell? Try a

Step this way." "But the camera may not like me Marne with an encouraging smile. (TO BE CONTINUED) classified ad.The coatis

Kelsey appeared in his ,doorway. so well." "All right," yielded Kelsey. only a few cents and
"What's ?" "I am the camera here," said A. "Where do I stand now?"
"The preview's, up on. Better bring Leon, unconsciously plagiarizingLouis "Here. Take your line. Put some King's Heart Carried Into Battle there are probably a

your eye-shade." XVI and with much the same pep into it. Kiss her; don't nibble When Robert Bruce, king of Scot- lot of folks lookingfor

implication. "What I see in you her." land, died, his friend, Lord James
He entered the room. He lookedat just whatever it ;
the camera will see. Though may- "Mousiel Mousie! said 'Marne, Douglas, put the king's heart in a
Marne and a slow-gathering shad- be not all, darr-ling," he concluded. which didn't help much. silver casket and carried it to the is you no longer haveuse i
ow darkened his face. "So
is it?" said he that's it, Marne suppressed a slight mis- "I'm doing as well as I can," Holy Land. In Spain he found the for.
quietly. giving at the fervor of his tone. stated the unhappy amateur. Christians besieged by the Moham-

"What's the matter, old bean? Gota Later, at table, the great man, "The real trouble is," the girl explained medans and went to their aid. In CLASSIFIED ,
touch of liver? inquired Gloria flushed with the effort of an im- "that he doesn't approveof the heat of the battle he threw rQ
maliciously."No promptu speech wherein he predicted me." Bruce's heart into the midst of the '

; but really." Marne appealed'to an unparalleled success for pic- "You tell me -what you want," infidel host, crying, "Go thou be- f fl L ;

him with uplifted and expectanteyes ture and star (uproarious applause, said Kelsey through set teeth to fore as thou wert wont to do, and !

avid for appreciation of her led by Moby Dickstein), leaned over Moby, "and I'll go through with it." Douglas will ,follow!I" -





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i r Vollner, New York, to be due vent them from rusting.

to not following what is knownas

A the ,original Moro-Heisler

I apple diet. In Medical World

Dr. Vollner states that the CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

original directions, somewhat

l li v 7ll modified by years of success- -- - -.v-- .., __,
1b ;; :
i ful use, are as follows:

The apples should be ripe but not
over-ripe. Slightly sour or tart ap- KODAK FILM FINISHINGAny
pies are preferredto
the sweet varie- Size Roll Developed 25"
With 8 Good,Prints. .
ties. The apples 35.L Developed with 8 Enlargement
i iy'f4 lf4 Y should be peeled, ENLARGO. Box 57, Salt Lake Utah

cored, and rubbedon

For a children glass grater.over Double Bedspreadof

Ut'J( one year of age one Luxurious TaffetaBy

Without proceeds as using follows any:

rI r laxative or starvingthe \\j'
patient, apples "rEAR MRS. SPEARS: I have
only are given for long been wanting a taffeta ,

I Dr. Barton one or two days. Ac- spread for a double bed. I figure
; ). cording to the age of that, if I can make one from 10
; t the child from 4 to 12 ounces of yards of 39-inch taffeta, it will
grated apples are given at one feed- cost about half as much as one of

ing, five times a day, at four-hour the same quality ready made. Will
\ i iI intervals. Thus the daily quantity you be good enough to tell ma

totals from about one to three J
pounds, which can be obtained from RUFFLES
I OMr sht. W. N. U.) 7 to 20 medium-sized apples. Nothingelse RUFFLES

need be given. Usually one >E 4Y s NARROW
apple-day is sufficient except for MATERWL DANElSLEFTAFTER
severe cases, especially if some ap-
i ple is given during the next two PANEL
)1jjjj.:,., {m YOUR PALE days along with other food. 15 GUT
l I Vii,. pCOMRPi 1=X12N,
'P' Recommended Diet. -1

, The following foods are allowed
,t during the two days following, the DIMENSIONS CUTTING
I apple-day: Tea, cocoa with half 9HYARDSOP3JINCH
a milk, broth gruel, toast, zwieback, 1
0 ; dry rolls, mashed potatoes, boiled TAFFETA REQUIRED
chicken, cottage cheese, banana, ap-
ple, stewed blueberries, chocolate how to cut the material so ther
pudding. An apple should be given will be no waste? This is impor-
with each meal during these two tant as I must economize. M. G."

I days. Here are cutting dimensions fora

: P. Following these two days, the us- double, bedspread of 39 or 40-
ual'mixed diet'is. again given. inch material. You will need a_

Briefly, then, the apple treatmentof little less than your 10 yards-
If diarrhea is (a) no laxative or 9% yards will be'enough, and this

j* / starvation (usual treatment), (b) makes the spread long enough to
one whole day on nothing but ,apples cover the pillows nicely. Cut the
(c) two days with foods men center panel first, then divide the
I DIDN'T TILL T LOOKED J IN tioned above to which one appleat material that is left as shown in:
CO PALEh J"' ), THEGLASS', each meal is added, and (d) the upper diagram. Join the two
;. return to the usual mixed diet. pieces of ruffle material to make
\ In infancy-children under one one long piece, then 'divide it,
: i iI year of age-the grated apple is evenly; for the two'ruffles.. These

supplied in a drinkable form, thatis cutting dimensions allow generous
I ; the addition of water with a little : seams. Enough material may be
: table salt. This "apple soup" is taken from the seam edges- to
'jI given five times a day for two cover cords for welted seams if

I [(, I days, no other food being added. desired. A very ,narrow machine
stitched ,hem should be used at
! f. By
, Certainly the above treatment is
the bottom of the ruffles.
II simple and safe. "For the genera]]
J. Millar Watt
Full directions for making welt-
4 ,'< practitioner the apple treatment of
ed seams are contained in Book 1,
diarrhea and dysentery is a particu-
1 ;
offered herewith. There are also
larly valuable method of treatmentas
directions in this book for making
practically any amount can be
bedspreads of 36-inch cotton ma-
: ,'" \ given and no other ,foods are neces- terial.
oWNJ'l Bell Syndicate WNU Service. sary during the one or two days of
1 NOTE: Mrs. Spears' Book 2-
the apple treatment.
Gifts, Novelties and Embroidery,
has helped thousands of womento

Y Treatment for use odds and ends of materialsand
their spare time to make
5tM Poison ,.Ivy"Poison things to sell and to use. Book 1-
'l I tio.nMlr SEWING, for the Home Decorator -
ivy is one of the first of
-F pWILLyOMCOMF is full of inspiration for
the vines to take on the attractive
homemaker.' These books make
reddish hue. ''Unsuspecting nature
I AN' SE E MyfSrLoo lovers often are inclined to, pick ii delightful gifts. Mrs. Spears will
'- for decorative but the lit autograph them on request.
;. :'t jf N / tie rime, 'Leaves purposes three, let it be,' is Crazy-patch quilt leaflet is included -
f\ free with order for both
LF ,r every
the better part of valor here. The
books. Books 25 cents each.
A1T i'( fruit of the poison ivy is about the are
I F size of a small pea, pale green in Address Mrs. Spears, 210 S. Des-
color before it becomes ripe and plaines St., Chicago, IU.LOST .

\ poisonous at this stage. When ripeit
; becomes cream colored and is no
? ; T o'r longer -poisonous, becoming an at- YOUR PEP ?

; tractive food for cows, woodpeckers
C Here Is Amazing Relief for
n "
I r and other birds. Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels

4 'E 1 am quoting from Michigan Pub lt IGJ'S.>__ Fd'Jj Ityouthnkallsrratlreract an8try this.
1I lic Health which often .,. all wystsbls laxative.fxr
so gives :a.y 80 mfid. thorough re-
I timely, health hints to its readers. freshing. Invigorating. Dependable reuel when from
headaches bilious spellS. tired feeling
i R Poisoning results when parts ol a8SoclaUd wkh .
L.\ the body come in contact with the Without Risk rtruggtstt.Jr: eefthe tent-Chen
; the box to us. We will
It not delighted return
oily of the The sub
} sap ivy plant. refund the purchase
stance from the crushed leaves or price That's fair. .
: t.. lYS JquG>:ZOUbI broken stem sticks to the skin, but Get NR Tablets today.
.1'' I :. : P OL'l7 PILL 1 TEtLMEU'P (9 Socl l: ME7ElLuM the actual irritation may not make ALWAYS CARRY QUICK RELIEF

I .'i. I'' :.. Ii33INl itself known until from 12 hours to ,, FOR ACIDINDIGESTION
: 7 days later..
..\p 0 "The first symptoms include a
burning, itching sensation of the
pL l 1 1C 1O skin. This may be followed by the GUIDE BOOK toGOOD'VALUES
PBy appearance of a red rash on the
L parts which have come in contact
with the milky sap. The poisoningmay When you plan a trip abroad,you can
take a guide book and figure out exactly
never be more severe than thisor where you want to go, how long you
it may develop into blisters. The can stay, and what It will coat you.
i i i C. M.: PayneCWNU rash may spread to all parts of the .The: a advertUementa guide book to in Rood this Taluea.paper arereally If
body if irritated by continual you make a habit of reading them carefully -
) Ben Syndicate_WNU Sttrtc. scratching." you can plan your .hopping trip.
and save yourself time energy and money.
D Bell Syn'dcat.-WNU Scrvlo.


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:,..:.:w- .. ::': I:';> \' ". ',. -, ":,,, 1," ".' .',.r': w.<.' '.', l I

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Gives- $95,000.Mr. I I the Martom, cruiser, of Tampa. 39 '
Beardsley. Beardsley in closing pointedout TAXES FOR 39 MAY feet, owned by Thomas Hesgen; No- -
V that an essential part of any mad II of Marblehead Mass., 50 Mj

(Continued from page one) proposition to the' bondholders is NOW BE CLEARED feet, C. F; Ewton, owner; Motu, ,!
board might offer. payment of points in excess of auxiliary sloop from Norfolk, Va., : S :
the board thirty commitment and that this i 30 feet owned by C. Klozbach; the : )
this agreement
sought first a confirmation of tho can only be paid from moneys de- UNDER MURPHY ACT I 100-foot Falcon, the 54-foot Ri- IT PAYS TO LISTEN
rived from savings from other com- bault, the 25-foot Caloosa all own- Read The Ads :
original comitmcnt with the RFC; mitments, money ,on hand, and collections ed by the U. S. Engineers, the .Co'.... .
second, a definite acceptance with of current and past due Taxes including those for 1939 Majepa, of New York, 39 feet own-
Arundel which at present is at a taxes determined upon as necessary I may now be settled under the Mur- ed by Jean Paul King; Sea Lark of
figure between twenty and twenty- for the payment to the bondhold bin' which tax- Palm Beach, 74 feet owned by J. -
phy on property on M.
five cents; third, a definite agreement C. Hamilton; the ketch Annego of
for 1933 and prior
with Trustees 'of the I. I. er8.Making' the trip to New York .es years are delinquent and many are expected to Boston Mass., 45 feet owned by Counselor and Attorney at Law ,
Fund which is set at twenty at i J. H. Faull and the Catherine
to the bondholders' meeting with take advantage of the act to clear 'F. II Hopkins Building '
present; fourth, a settlement with Hof Nokomis, 48 feet "
Mr. Beardsley were J. H. Chalkerof I their delinquent taxes before the owned by C. Wednesdays and ,Saturdays ,
individual creditors at 20; fifth a II H. Leach.
Miami Springs, chairman, G. A. ,
actexpires next June. Many who
0:30 to 4:00ivoxicn "
tax payment schedule proposed to .
Chalker of West Palm Beach, Fred
expected to take advantage of the i.'v- i
cover 1937 and 1938 taxes only H. Kent, attorney to the board of act to clear back taxes waited pur- Mississippi Drains 31 States' , with a cancellation of taxes of 1936 Jacksonville and Frank Rails of posely until the sale would be heldin The Mississippi giver has 250 tribu-

and prior years. Arcadia, appraiser. They also spenta the new year in order that they taries and drains thirty-one states '.: ', "
The important factor in the settlement -: day in Washington with Emil could also clear the taxes for 1939. and two Canadian provinces. Fiftyof
on the payment of these Schramm of the RFC drainage de- the tributaries are navigable The annual meeting of the stockholders
The :Murphy law..as it is commonly streams. of First Bank of Clewlston
two years taxes' under the 1937 partment and visited the general of- will be held in the office of the 1
called, or Senate Bill 396 was '
act of the state legislature at a fices of the Arundel Corporation inBaltimore. bank Thursday, the 5th day of January -
passed by the 1937 session of the An Early Bathtub '. 1939 at eight o'clock P. 1\1..1( (
greatly reduced rate and the wipingout Upon their return they
of'; Florida Legislature and was designed One of the first bathtubs in this ELBERT L. STEWART "
of a considerable amount deft almost at once for Tallahassee Cashier.
country shell of
was a
I to put back: the delinquent tax mahogany Dec. 23, 30.
accumulated taxes against lands. l where they spent two "days interviewing property on the tax rolls. Although lined with lead. It weighed ton.
Confirmation! the 1937 act as the the Trustees of the I. j'
fought hard by certain interests '
future levy is illustrated by the I. Fund and then were In Miami I after its passage it was finally ,..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. i.f
reduction of the total' levy under on Thursday of last week for their
approved in whole by the state supreme
the 1937 act to $675,000 as com- regular board meeting. I court and many millions in I + +
pared with $2,250,000 under the y MEN y
been settled underits .
back taxes have
I y y.i
original taxing act of 1925. It is
A ConquerorWho provisions. The law calls for
further illustrated by a reduction then, is unconquerable? He the sale of the certificates to tho i Your ::
Credit Good
of taxes of T. I. I. F. owned landsin whom the inevitable cannot over highest bidder with the owner given .. Is .. J !
the district from $424,009 to .:. .:.
come. Gt iI'
I two to redeem in the event he
years : :
u is OYer-bid. On homestead propertyfive Wear NEW Tailored Individual'Measure
; ;
I :: ::
years is given to redeem. :i: Suit While You Pay ;:i:;=: ./ 1
II : ,
Passed in 1937 the bill provided I .:. .:.. ..;. 1

\\- R $t :' .. .I Rs I old that at certificates the date must of passage be two of years the 'I; :: A postcard will bring the Lake's Old ::: :':. "' ,:t':"'

tt.o 't-, bill which made 1933 delinquenttaxes I i :_: Dependable Tailor Representative :3 i= ..,
of the sale of 1934 come under .. '. ,

{( 4i its provisions.It :;: CHAS LEAR ::
is not believed likely that the I :

Y Murphy 1939 legislature Act for will another continue two year the I ; Box 508 Clewis ton, Fla. ''jI \

do not all landson 6 '
i period which and the if they certificates have not I ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--t..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:

been sold will revert to the state I J

after June !9) of 1939.RUSSELLWILLIS. ,

e I I 1Hudson I II I .:..:.. : :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:..:..:..:.-:..:..:.


The marriage of Miss Ethel Willis :tt: I _'

of Newberry Fla., and Robert I y y ,:

Russell of Rome, Ga., has been, announced y'' '
the wedding having taken :

/:: ,..:" '" place on December '19th.. Rev., Marshall -
,. .,, I I CLEWISTON 60LF ,
< "" Mines, pastor of the First '
"- ,
Tailoring :'!:' : I Baptist Church performed the ceremony ,. s
::: ::
ROYAL'SClewiston at his home in Clewiston.

Frank Hudson I Ii Miss Dorothy Hare and Charles I ? COURSE (
i,Lawson attended the couple. iJ I .:. II
Mrs. Russell is the daughter of I ::1: 5- ; js.:,: !
I Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Willis, of New- ., :

berry and is a former resident of Ii: ,. _. ., *. -
Clewiston, having graduated from J 't' ';.I\' ':." .' .!i 1'I" I .'.
the local school in 1937.!) Mr. Russell :: S "I *

is located, in Clewiston for I .. .' j I
S 1
the season and the couple. will reside I .s''. ,
here.JUNIOR I f" .: I!

I q ENJOY The Junior CHRISTMAS BOYS Boys CLASS Sunday PARTY School !:j Open to the Public ] t t1 I IZ. / ;

I Class enjoyed a party given Mon- ':' ':.' I ,''I, ,
'' '' '" )
the teacher, Miss
day evening by y s )
Mary Markette, at her home. ':' :
Included in the program were :y s: :si :: :.

the reading of a Christmas: story .;. r&b.- ;. :
i _
lJ39! singing of carols and playing bingo. '' :'.
I Each boy attending brought a gift :t.: ::: "

1 for the gift exchange. John Poole +'.. .f. : I

1I I of the Washington evening, won, who the was prize a at guest bingo.of ::_i: Moderate Green Fees :_:: .I I r rI

Cake and hot chocolate were :: ',
served by Miss Markette to Charles *_: Exceptional Fairways *_ ;

Benbow, Sherwood Hall, Billy Perry ._i: Interesting Greens :I
Billy Prewitt, Oliver Martinez, 'I ygtf

'... ,. Gene Mills Ben, Bolton Sammie !'
:, ." "
Lake Drug Company '. ..' .t> : : John Young,Poole.Bob 'and Bill Maynard and I _................ ..........o................................................................ <.................................................--................................II'

The Niblack's Laundry Past Several Days

Sees Yacht Travel

about time to .
On The Increase

- -------- -------------- I 'lemind SAMTM 0 1
you ... '
(Moore Haven Democrat)
1 Among the more interesting boats
through during the past two week:
were the cruiser Loreley of Palm
Beach which stopped overnight hereon G,9 soon. .

Friday night of last week and
f I f
returned through for a night on
Wednesday of this week and the

cruiser Tropper of Fort Myers which
YOU can't afford to procrastinate
spent about a week here. The Lore-

ley is a sixty-foot boat ancjL- is own- much longer in starting t to save a 1
ed by Dr. M. T. Mellon, a nephewof
I of income..and :
Andrew Mellon, former Secretaryof portion your invest

the Treasury The Tropper is a, o'END it wisely... during your productive
35-footer owned by J. B. Nawley. "
0\4\0:0,", years. The slogan, Save and Have
The first of last week the Especo, ....
a tug of New York City came; I 4 may be old-fashioned, but the sen,.t -

through en route to Hopewell, Va., ;
s 6Js sible people that: follow it are the / '
with three barges in tow. Each of
: .
I these wao 140 feet in length and I P AT0Y happy ones you meet. We'll gladly / ;

weighed 314 tons. The tug was an .,.
I \I ,., help you with our time-tried, safe !
eighty-foot boat with a normal "
I draft of six and a half' feet but and profitable savings plans. s

; with the heavy load in tow drew \
Royal Lumber; Company. seven and a half feet. Despite this
she only scraped bottom one time "

I : between Moore ;? Haven and Fort Clewiston 'I Federal Savings> ': :

MyeiB. :; .
Other boats during the two week i
iJt4 period were the Shlrida of New sand : .
Loan Association
't +t
: fi ) ilf York, 46 feet, owner M. F, Holt; \

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