The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 27, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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RAIN THIS WEEKENDS Kiwanis Club 7,000 TON QUOTA Bishop-Wilson' Home COMMUNITY TREE :i

Met On ThursdayThe Under ConstructionThe


Kiwanis Club held its new bungalow being erected i

J- OF DRY WEATHER weekly meeting on Thursday night FLORIDA FOR YEARFlorida by Bishop-Wilson Lumber Company I HEREThe
I: this week at the Clewiston Inn.
Routine business was transactedand on Osceola Avenue just west of

The long drought which has pre- A. O. Ward, president-elect, producers the Administration Building is now outstanding I event of ,Christmas -

vailed in this and almost every oth- read a letter from the district gov- sugar Christmas were nearing completion.It week in Clewiston, as every
given, a surprise presentby
er section of the state for several ernor which announced that J. E. of is of frame 'construction with year, was the community ChristI
the Department Agriculturewhen
I, months was brought to a sudden Beardsley had been appointed a it was announced Saturdaythat novelty siding, metal shingle, roof mas tree which was held in the
end this week and the rainfall already member of the district agricultural and concrete foundation. A large Civic Center Park Tuesday evening.The .
the state's marketing quota for
has broken records for De committee for, the new year.
increased living room lies the length of the entertainment program was
year would be by
Ed Markette and Wilcox
cember. Jerry west wing with a fireplace at the far beyond anything previously
7,384 tons.
The first rain fell Saturday, slow, brought a home recording machineto west end and a screened porch lies planned at the community tree and
drizzling rain which did a good job the meeting and much fun was This represents a little better along the north side of this room. was much enjoyed by the record
had each member's voice ., than a ten per cent increase to the
as was re
of wetting the soil. This was fol- A portecochere will be constructed crowd which attended. Featuringthis
corded then back state producers and was caused by
and I
lowed by another such, rain on Sun- played on a at the west end of the porch., program ,were the several selec-
an early' freeze in Louisiana which
radio-phonograph. this
day and another Monday. Then last Following It is understood that the lumber : tions played by the United States
I night, accompanied by thunder- recordings were made of the group curtailed production in that state company is building the house for Sugar Corporation Concert Band

showers and considerable wind, was singing three Kiwanis songs. and prevented growers there from sale. ,It will be completed ina and a group of Christmas numbers
filling the quota which had been
one of the heaviest rains for December week or, two.Clewiston. sung by the Plantation Choral
in many years, points on Many Parties Are alloted them.It group.Three group selections were
is understood that the Fells-
the east shore of the lake showinga Men Are sung by the school children and
precipitation of better than three Held In Clewiston mere sugar producers have little then Santa Claus made his appear-
more than enough acreage to take
inches. Clewiston had an inch and ance in a big red truck loaded with
care of their quota for' the year Injured In Wreck '
four-tenths. During HolidaysA gift packages for every boy and
which will cause practically all of
I Saturdays and Sundays rains the increased quota to'tome to the At Arcadia Monday girl of Clewiston.The .
task of distributing
i averaged about a half inch over United States Sugar Corporation of these
1a-' most of both the Eastern and Western large number of informal open Clewiston.The ,' .---- presents was a huge one but was

Divisigns bnt-l'. oday there house parties were, held in 'Clewis- accomplished with great alacrity by
J, ;I was 'a fall ,::f (M ?j'' : ',"{,half Inches ton homes on Christmas Day and first of this month the Secre- A. W. Waldron sustained a Good-frac- the committee and a'group of Boy
tured vertebrae and Eugene
tary of Agriculture announced the
at South Bay. Christmas Eve. There were no Scouts. The band played during
i marketing quotas for the year at bread escaped with painful cuts
I [ guest lists and every friend who the distribution and the program
Sugar Corporation records show a little less than sixty thousandtons and bruises in an automobile acci-
! wished felt free to call and to enjoy closed with the national anthemby
. that the excess for December is the .hospitality of these hosts : for Florida and three hundredand dent near Arcadia, Monday which the band.
, I now 2.864 inches over the average and hostesses.Mr. I sixty thousand tons for Loui- caused the death of one man and The children were separated into
for the length of time records have the critical of
siana. injury one young
and Mrs. Jay W. Moran held I age .groups and those of preschoolage
been kept, about ten years. woman. Both Waldron and Good- .
I open house during all of Christmas were all given toys in their '
,_,\ The-rain. ,so far as can be learned bread
// Sugar Production are employed by the United ....
Day 'at the ,Clet't-'u-/i Inn and a : packages. Those attending schobl l.
has done no mage as yet because States Corporation .at the
Sugar :
host of friends from Clewiston and '"' received, candies, fruits and nuts/ _
of the extreme dry condition .
Point commissary.' -- ,,
)1 other communities called duringthe Shows Satisfactory Liberty Sunday School Programs .;'
it. Some
H I'JI1!t preceding concern was day to exchange holiday greet- / Kossie Holton, 25, 'of Nocatee To avoid conflict with' the community -
felt however at the lettuce
development -
ings and partake of refreshments.Mr. Progress To DateThe was, said to have been instantly tree the Baptist and Com-
Shawnee Farms where
I! on a and Mrs. I. D. Leydig, and killed and Miss Rosa Lee Garrett of munity Church Sunday Schools had
high water table has been maintained I
their daughters, Mrs. Leah Spicer I Nocatee and formerly of Moore their annual Christmas tree pro-
for sometime
by pumping. I and Miss :Marion Leydig, held their United States Sugar Corpora- Haven was critically: injured and grams on Monday evening. At the
During the storm last night :usual Christmas dinner party which tion announced the first of the had not regained consciousness at Community Church there was onlya

which appeared to have been gen- was followed by open house in the week in the Sugar Cane Press, last reports. Miss, Hilda Ballardof short program of Christmas .

eral over this part of the state, a evening. Games were played, refreshments printed by and for the employees Fort Ogden was the least seri-. carols in which the children joined

hail storm was reported near Belle were served and .great of> the corporation, that through ously injured. and then the visit from Santa
Glade and at Fort :Myers a twisteris Christmas cheer prevailed.Mr. December 20 211,691.61 tons of According to information received Claus and the distribution of giftsto

r. said to have 'd considerable and Mrs. G. H. Small enter- sugar cane had been ground in the here the car was travelling at a each child in the Sunday School.At .

property: damage and injured several tained a big group of friends early sugar house at Clewiston since the high rate of speed and; failed to the Baptist church more of a

people. Christmas morning at their home beginning of the current season the make a curve, overturning seven program was planned with the storyof

The rain and winds are thoughtto following the midnight mass? at St. fifth of November. This cane has times. Sheriff J. E. Albritton of Christmas being told in song

be caused by a slight tropical I Margaret's Church with an egg-nog made almost 20,000 ,tons of raw DeSoto county investigated the accident and Scripture. Instead of the us-

disturbance moving in the Gulf of party and on Christmas morning sugar.' and it has not been learned ual gift exchange all gifts under the

Mexico near the Florida coast. I from ten to twelve Mr. and Mrs.H. The flow of cane from the plan- whether any charges will be tree: were sent to the Arcadia Baptist -

C. Kolstad had their annual tation into the sugar house has pro- brought.The Orphanage.:

Merchants Hold Lead open house egg-nog party which was ceeded smoothly and the reduction injured were all taken to the Catholic Mass

1 attended by a great many of their processes are 'said to have kept Arcadia General Hospital for treat- Beginning: at midnight on Christ-

In Bowling TourneyBecause friends. pace with the receipt of the cane. ment and it was reported today that mas Eve was, the special service and

Several other such parties were General harvesting conditions have Goodbread was released this morn- Christmas mass at St. Margaret's
progressed satisfactorily and there Catholic church conducted by Father -
held and the merry Christmas spirit ing.
of Christmas vacations I have been no major delays to retard L. J." Flynn. This impressive
prevailed as friends went; from Miss Garrett was involved in a
service was, as usual, well attended -
and other activities most of the the manufacturing
. .-f home to home spreading Christmas processes. wreck between Clewiston and La-
bowling matches scheduled for this cheer during most of ChristmasEve The peak grinding day for December Belle just after Christmas last year and many of those present were
week have, been postponed and at was'on the third when 5- unable to find seats in the little
and the morning'of ChristmasDay. and was treated for injuries in the
this time the Merchants are still 321.18 tons of cane went throughthe church. The service lasted until
Clewiston Hospital.
holding on to top position in the crushers. The peak sugar pro- I 1:45 and ,was concluded byan inspiring -

tournament, with an average of duction date was the eleventh when sermon by Father Flynn.
.933. They have lost one game out Welfare Board 3,359 bags were loaded out to the Xmas Doorways And The Community Church choir

of fifteen.In refinery. Each bag weighs 325 presented its annual Christmas cantata -

second place is the Kiwanis Dispenses, Cheer pounds. Trees Are JudgedAs and other special music on

team which has won 'ten and ,lost 1 I I I Sunday morning.: This was the
two games for an average of .833. Three Local People first appearance of the choir mem-
The City team, Commissary team Hendry county's chief Santa usual at Chrisnoas time the' bers in their new maroon robes.

and Sugar Office team are all tied Claus, so far as the dispensing of decoration of living outdoor Christ- The music was excellent and was
for third place with nine games Christmas cheer to the needy is con- Injured In Wrecki mas trees and home doorways was enjoyed by a large crowd which

won. and six lost for a .600 average.The' cerned, was probably the State I most beautiful and the task faced packed the church to capacity.

1 Clewiston Motor team has won Welfare Board, state agency charged Tommy Murray was treated in by the judges, appointed by the
j six games and lost nine for an aver- with the administration of the three the Pahokee Hospital for a slight Garden Club to name the best of I Former Residents

age of .400 while the Affiliated team public assistance categoriesOldAge brain concussion and Mrs. Jerry I these decorations, was not an easy

and the U. S. Engineers have yet to Assistance, Aid to Dependent Wilcox and Mrs. Gratton George received one. Injured In AccidentMr.
break into the win column. I Children and Aid ,to the Blind. minor cuts and bruises when After considerable attention to I

Individual high average is held December cash grants to the the Chevrolet coach in which they every detail, however, the judges
by :M. E. VonMach of the Sugar I county were slightly larger than were coming toward Clewiston i' gave first_ place for the best deco- and Mrs. Jack Barnes, former -
Office team with 158.3 and close I those of November, which totaled early Sunday morning struck abridge rated doorway to Mr. and Mrs. E. Clewiston residents, were slightly -
behind him is J. Charley of the $1,320.00; 90 recipients of Old Age near South Bay. L.; Stewart whose Santa Claus and injured Monday night near Belle

City team with 157.7. Assistance received $1,061.00; 18 Murray stated that he was driv- tree on' the balcony were, most Glade when the car in which they

Following are scores of games recipients of Aid to Dependent Chil- ing at a good rate of speed whena striking. Second place went to :Mr. and a friend ,were riding was sIdeswiped -

played last week and on Thursdayof dren received 209.00, and 4 recipients rear tire blew out and he was on and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad where the by another car and wrecked. -
I the week before: of Aid to the Blind received the bridge before he had an oppor- doorway was decorated with red Fortunately the car did not

I U. S. Engineers I II $50.00. tunity to pull the car off the cellophane bells on the white door overturn and the occupants, escaped

I. Smith ............._.......160 166 December disbursements to Flor- shoulder and back on to the pave- flanked with green planks. The with minor cuts and bruises. Mrs.
Miller ....................... 98 98 ida public assistance recipients were ment. The car struck one hand- word "Yule" was spelled out and Barnes is a sister of G. H." Small,

Clark ..-..................116 133 113 In excess of $572,917, the amount rail of the bridge and then bounced I there was a lighted Christmas tree. who went to Belle Glade for them

Thomas .................. Ill 143 168 paid out in" November, or at the across and hit the opposite railing For lighted living Christmas: when notified of the accident.
Curry .............._....... 174' 120 rate of $6,785,000 per year. but did not turn over. He'was trees Mr. and Mrs., G. B. Rackstrawwere After spending the night in the
,. Clay o nb ................ 126 ; The last of the: Christmas checks I thrown against some portion of the adjudged to have the most Small home the party continued to

'I Murray -..............--... 130 110 I was mailed from Tallahassee on car and struck his head at the right beautiful one: and Mr. and Mrs. H. LaBelle on Christmas Eve.A .

Total.................. ,
. I'' 605 652 655 December 20, so that they might be temple.All C. Jones took second place. Dr.
I City Team received in time for holiday spend- three returned to their homes and Mrs. B. A. Bourne were given I party of four New Yorkers at

I Crawford ......-.........142 139 136 ing. The finance and accounting here following emergency treatmentat honorable mention for their tree. Stuart last week caught 30 sailfishin
;' Jones ....................__ 177 125 department of the State Welfare Pahokee The Garden Club will present five days, which, ought to be some
Griffin ...................124 195 Board here had worked overtimeto I prizes to the winners 'at a later kind of a record. All five which

Boone .....................125 137 ,123 get the payrolls out earlier in Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Wilson spent date. Judges were Mrs. P. W. had been badly hooked were released -

Pape .......................100 197 the month than usual, because of Christmas Day in Tampa with Mr. Rodgers, C. J. Lovvorn and Martin : which also proves that they
(Continued on Pace 8) (Continued on Page 8) Wilson's mother. Timberlake. ,are pretty good sports.
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1 Where Uncle Sam Develops IMPROVED I .-

Better Fighting AirplanesWhile SUNDAY 1 ILesson '

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airplane factories from New York. to California are, working sE R E ENwNr By HAROLD L. LUNDQU1ST D. D.
i 24-hour shifts, the Wright Field research engineers and technical experts rvrr a Dean of The Moody Bible Institute

at Dayton, Ohio, are working at top speed testing new planes and devel- Washington, D. C. (Released by Western Newspaper Union.)

Memos of a Girl Friday oping speedier and more dependable fighting aircraft. Nowadays only DONOVAN'S REAL GOAL IS

Dear Mr. W.: Admiral Leahy is persons with ironclad identifications permitted to enter .Wright GREECE Lesson for December 29

sore and disgruntled over the lack Field, but these pictures will pass you through the gates. Inside fact regarding the present .
of instructions given him for his new mystery trip of Col. William Dono-
Lesson ubJeets and" Scripture texts se-t
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job as Amb. to France. He is even ..a "xtc n.f ne+Nwx" "' van to Europe is that his real des- lected Council and copyrighted by International!
talking of not going; though prob- tination is Greece.En permission.ot Religious Education: used by.

ably will, anyway. FDR and Mr. route, however, he will stop
Hull both talk in vague generalitiesabout in North Africa where he will see I: JESUS REQUIRES

what he is to do there his old World war friend, Marshal FAITHFULNESS ,..A

Senators Wheeler and Norris are Weygand, now controlling the large
getting another blast ready under French army in Africa.If LESSON TEXT-Luke 123548.

the guise of probing foreign connec- this powerful force took the fieldon is GOLDEN given, of TEXT-Unto him shall be whomsoever much required.-much 1)!

tions with American industry. The the side of the British, the Luke 12:48.

FBI will come in for another heck- Italians, already,in a precarious po-
ling, and you, too. You will be sition as a result of their defeats in The Lord is coming!

called a warmonger, etc. Re- Greece, would be finished. This One of the chief reasons for the
member way back when the Fascist: would release British naval forces worldliness in our churches today,

armies used to throw up one hand ip for' desperately needed convoy work the indifference toward soul win-'
j -instead of two? in the Atlantic. and
I ning, the neglect of personal ho-
Also it would have repercussionsin liness, is that preachers and people
Camille Williams' CBS vice prexy 1t3 r the Far East, where the Japanese alike have neglected the truth of\
heart went to So. America on Gov't.business. military have been the .' '
greedily eyeingthe second coming of Christ. He is
Gave her a giant-sized, rich Dutch East Indies and Indo- coming again-are you ready? Am
ruby and diamond ring with whichto China. With the British supreme in I? These are serious and urgent'! -
console herself during his absence the Mediterranean and their big fleet'' questions.I. .
:. Do think Amb. Kennedymay
you available for operations elsewhere, The Lord Is Coming-Be Wait-
chief for RKO as buzzed? Japan would think twice before at-
ing (vv. 35, 36). '
tempting any new grabs.On Lights
burning and loins girt,
Adela'Rogers St. John's boy, Bill,
a the Greek front, Donovan will to ;
x ready serve Him, such should be
his Awomen's
and bride have parted
a survey similar to that whichhe
our daily attitude toward His com-'
radio group is plotting a made in England last spring.In ing. Believers are to be "looking1 I Ifor"

nation-wide boycott of all radio pro- England last. spring, Donovan Him (Titus 2:13). They "love
grams, if the big music row isn'tironed
made a thorough survey of invasion his appearing" (II Tim. 4:8). Their
out by New Year's Fran- .
defenses, military intelligence and hope is not in this world, but they',
cisca Sims of the Jolson show will .itai.wJarn n4\ 1eAv/a .abawG+ :v.avwrv.'wi+a::dw.S: Hii%kbah.kfvrLFin the air force.
royal 'He weekin
spent a
are "looking forward earnestly de-
wed a doctor in Feb. The Nazis
i{ have just opened their eighth movie structure to be installed in the new wind tunnel to direct flow the field with the British army siring" (II Pet. 3:11: 12, R. V.) the

house in New York. Before the war of air where the tube makes a turn. Maximum diameter of the tube R.A.F.and made Various several U.flights S. with the air outworking of God's plan and pur-'

I not even four could make money. will be 40 feet, permitting tests airplane models with wingspreads, and observers army, pose.II. .
corps navy are now
I But in the U. S. movie theaters up'to 15 feet at wind speeds up to 400 miles an hour. attached to the British forces as The Lord Is Coming-Be Ready
of Goebbel's scheme. Two (vv. 37-40). .
j are part
the result of
Donovan's also he
others. recently opened in Chicago Below: Largest propeller test established close intelligence ties on He may come at midnight, or in

II FDR's next book will be called: i/Cl rig in the world. It whirls pro- Axis espionage and fifth column the morning; we do not know the

"The Next Four." or NtI : pellers up to.45 /t.4 in diameter at erations.On op day or hour (v. 40, cf. ,Matt. 24:36),
but it will be when
the world does
speeds to 4300 RPM. his previous British mission
up ,
not expect it (vv. 39, 40). "Be yelready" ,
Quentin Reynolds will not returnto Donovan traveled as the personal
is the command to
London after his holiday here representative of Navy Secretary Christian every
ever watchful for the
Stanley the ex-Brain Truster Knox.
High, coming of our Lord.
has become one of the editors at *

Reader's Digest Mr. Dies PRE-ADJOURNMENT JUNKETOn III. The Lord Is Coming-Be Busy!

will connect a Columbia ptof. (no November 19, when the house (vv. 41-44).

longer there) with his "amazingmass defeated a motion to adjourn until Peter's question is not directly i

of Italian propaganda data in January,, members righteously de- answered, but by inference he is::

the U. S." .' Eddie Pola says clared that congress should remainon told that he may be one of those'to :

the new head of the Italian army is the job in these_ grave days. of whom this blessing will come by i
the right man. He's an old cam- emergency. being about the Master's business.

paigner, been in three. major re- But today a dozen members? of Critics of the teaching of the hope
treats. ; 4 the house are* i1joying a cushy of'the'Lord's retdrn 'sometimes say

.-' ------- junket to Panama,. at the expenseof that looking for Him'"cuts the nerve

J The German propaganda machine ? ,. :. / the government. And with one of missionary endeavor"; that is, .

1 Is utilizing American radio commentators exception, everyone of the group makes men impractical and vision-,

and columnists (without their voted to stay on the job. ary, not willing to work for God.

knowledge) in spreading reports On December 5, a fortnight afterso To prove how untrue that is one
:I that King Leopold of the Belgians }ayc" voting, they quietly sailed from need only investigate who it is that!

is a traitor to his people and is New York on the S. S. Panama, furnishes most of the men and

'1 working for the Nazi cause. Actually which is owned by the government. means to evangelize the world. He;

I he is still a closely guarded They will spend two weeks cruisingand will find that it is the evangelical(

prisoner in his palace at Laeken, Above: Master Sgt. D. Samarin ., ay three days in Panama. believers in the Lord's return.,

J Belgium, and has not been to see at the fuel segregator which he developed Several are members of the mili- Looking for Christ means occupy-

, Hitler and will not see the Pope in which insures removal of tary affairs committee and might ing until He comes (Luke 19:13), do-

Hitler's behalf Don't worry water from aviation gasoline. have some legitimate reason for ing the Lord's work here and now' _
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about the source .' Amazing the uu" nn 'nnUU .uu.m. n.. .... .. ,.,.. making a "defense inspection, but (v. 42), while awaiting His coming.
I way Greece is "fighting for Freedom the war department says it knows
l' and Democracy." Greece, you : nothing about the junket. "Jesus compares teachers to
r know is house stewards (Matt. 24:45, 46;
a Dictatorship! L *
Acts 20:28 I Cor. 4:1 I Pet. 4:10).
I' Sff.S} ., ------- LONGEST SPEECH
f A steward's: business is to give to''
Henry Wallace told a Q. T. story ; : Tom Dewey got a thrill and a
each in the household his
: one por-
F, that Harold Ickes means what he : chuckle from his luncheon at the
tion of meat in due season (John,
says and will quit lithe Forest Serv- ( Capitol with Floor Leader Joe Mar-
21:15-17; I Pet. 5:2: ; Jer. 3:15). The
? ice isn't handed to him from Wallace's tin and other house Republicans.The .
qG' g. r} faithful and wise steward is the one
tl. lL '
old Agriculture l.a. thrill ;invitation
Dep't. They was an to
... ., who actually does this. There are
r have tiffed for a long time, but Mrs. n l+..'.:.: tu is' C} ,..s.4w f ?}r rr.:+:'4.alnA: ;; ,,,;1?! l. the principal speaker at the G. O. P. foolish and unfaithful stew-
I'. Ickes is trying to patch up matters. w.4ir.i.:X:%(!< : }:+rpyV. ;:::", Lincoln day dinner, which the am- many
Gk7r ards who feed themselves, not the
She consults Wallace bitious district .
regarding the attorney accepted.The
household (cf. Ezek. 34:2, 3) ; or .
I 2,500 chickens which she raises in chuckle was evoked by a sto they feed only a portion of the
f PL.: Maryland, The lowdown ;
. on the ; gji ; : ry about the "longest political household; or they give something J
quarrel between Ickes
and Gov.
record" which
:: : on gangling, else than food (philosophy or sociol-
Cramer of the Virgin Islands is an John Robsionof
curly-haired Rep. M. instead of the pure Word of
k old "Graphic" honey yS i'S.
Capt. J. Kentucky, a member of the Lin-
' God; cf. I Pet. 2:2; 4:10/11) ; or
! Cary Jones (Navy recruiting here) coln day committee, said he made they do not give the food 'in due

' .i acknowledges the numerous broadcast when he first ran for congress in season.' The steward who is faith-
L- mentions for recruits. Says 1918. ful and wise is also blessed. Having
! since first mention there's been a One hot July night during the
proved his fitness to rule, he is re-
gratifying ,increase in accepted ap campaign Robsion addressed a big. warded with larger rule. At the
plicants-not only in the Northeastern crowd in a county courthouse and bottom of the unfaithful steward's

! tion.Division, but throughout the na was amazed by the enthusiastic re neglect of duty lies his view that

ception. Cheers rent the air with Christ's coming is far off" (Brad-
-Your Girl Above: Wright Field officers salute a %
Friday sentence and there .
was a vociferous -
every bury).
r leading military dignitary who ic on a a .# "more, more" when he
L :' Man About Town tour of inspection. Below: Huge gasoline ,, fried to conclude after an hour. IV. The Lord Is Coming-Be Holyvv. "
t units have been Y ( 45-48).
New Yorkers Are Talking About: refueling developed for ; As he was leaving with the local rt
f"., Jimmy Roosevelt's new supplying fuel in large quantities to long sheriff, Robsion boasted: "These The belief that the Lord'will delay
leads all
His coming to manner of:
(.; ; She is lovely Roma Aldrich, range bombers. Here is one in operation. N people sure were enthusiastic. It unbelief, betrayal of trust, and of
! looks like this is in
the blonde county the-bag.
photog's model
' succeed sin. In the case of the servant in, '
:' "Don't set too much store by the '
; ; ing nurse Romelle Schneider .
; verse 45, there was first oppression,
,:'i The 'blazing of Franchot Tone and way them fellers carried on, Jack, of those under him, and then glut-,
:.. Alice Faye Alfred G. Vander- confided the sheriff. "Nobody there and drunkenness. The picture,
bilt's first choice for his next bride- 0 k4 (hic) was sober but you." is tony revolting, but it was really pro-

Dolly De Milo, who is better known phetic of what has taken place even

"" in Hollywood The new locks WHAT BRITONS READ within the ranks of professing Chris-
on the hoods of all FDR's motor WPA's library service made an tians in the church itself..
2- cars to guard against saboteurs and interesting discovery in a survey to
'.V" assassins. Only Secret Service ascertain what the people of war- Neglect of the truth of God's

agents can open them .. The way strafed Britain are. reading these Word, scoffing at the promise of
t. Joan Crawford thrilled the" chorines days. Christ's coming (read carefully II

'r in "Louisiana Purchase" by coming One fact uncovered was that the Pet. 3:3-9): leads to that perversionof

\ backstage to chat with them aftei long, dreary hours of blackout, withno Christianity which is evident in
curtain The several rendezvousof outside recreation, have greatly much of the life of the church today -

the divided Hal Roachs. Reconciliation revived interest in household arts and which causes thinking peo-

? '. The Supreme Court and handicraft. Books on these sub- I ple to turn away in disgust. Let

'; Justice Felix Frankfurters, who jects are at a premium. Also, the us' stress the fact that this, may be
,: have "adopted" the three chil- classics are in heavy demand, with "religion," but it is not real Chris

, ', dren of Gilbert Murray, the British Shakespeare, Chaucer, Dickens and tianity.
: author, for "the duration" Kipling as the favorites. There is a solemn word here for
J''. V Fred Allen's fury with his agency. But the one subject in which Britons preachers, teachers and Christian

'- Because they sent out a yappy story are most interested is the workers. A time of judgment is

; saying Fred would pay $20 each for author of their affliction. The most coming, and we are to answer to the -'.
any 1898 penny. They came ir widely read book in England, according Lord.for the faithful use of our privi- "

I bunches, so Allen wants the agency to the WPA survey, is Hit. leges and opportunities. It is a mat-
; to make good.. ler's "Mein Kampf." ter to which we need to give careful


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ASK ME 'Th A Quiz With lfuswersANOTHER

Aid in Many Offering Information
on Various Subjects I

t Goiter CasesBy ........ _

!" The Questions The Answers

DR. JAMES. BARTON 1. What is a hedonist? 1. A pleasure seeker.

MY student days the severe 2. What is the world's largest 2. Lake Mead (created .by the
IN of artificial lake? Boulder dam).
\ goiterexophthalmicgoiter 3. Au gratin means. that food has 3. Dressed with browned bread
or Grave's disease was (Ibeen what? crumbs. ,

.%, a serious matter to the patientand 14.1 When did China become a republic 4. In 1911.

his family. It ? 5. Ralph Waldo Emerson.
5. Who was known as the Sageof 6. Eight-Alabama
often meant trav- TODAY'S ,
hundreds of Concord? Georgia, ''Mississippi, South Caro-

J,9pe d yY' a'C jo' YSe, tc \:cFr y $.C,' Y miles eling to out- H E,A LT H 6. How many states require vot- lina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia.
some '
ers to pay poll tax? 7. Roger Bacon, in 1248. The
standing surgeon COLUMN 7. What European is credited Chinese are believed to have usedat

fir'i and often the case with having discovered the com- an earlier date mixtures which

uFcL 7 wc> i.a s..i.: wuwx.. :ar.0wvbkaw'! && A.&. .. swaNiowaa.+s I i was too far advanced to obtain position of gunpowder? were incendiary, not.explosive.sketch .

NEW YEAR PARTIES MUST HAVE PLENTY OF ZIP i successful results. Today, while

(See Recipes Below) I practically every hospital has
one or a number of surgeons By

skilled 'in this operation, it is HOW to SEW RUTH WYETH

HouseholdNeuisCelebrating known that many cases can be SPEARS

successfully treated by X-rays

and still others are relieved of
MARROW SPACE shows you how these were
their symptoms by rest and AND BETWEEN WINDOW DOOR made from next to nothing. The

medicine. I II BEFORE ADDING frames of the three inexpensivesmall

There are, of course, certain cases : LONG SHELF CURTAINS AND mirrors were painted red .
in which operation should be per- El- c. MIRRORSIflLI before they were fastened together. -
formed as pointed I 1. 3 SMALL The shelf was covered with
out by Drs. Walter IF JOINED WITH
: Redisch, New York, METAL STRAPS match the walls and woodworkand
/ {5 and William H. Per- U ALONG OF BACK edged with cream color cot-

Celebrating the advent of a new very lightly, using forks for the loff,' Philadelphia, in FRAME ton fringe tacked on with large
year is excuse enough ,for a partyin mixing. Endocrinology. B"BOARD COVERED WITH red tacks.
crowd. Whether it's French Dressing. MONKS CLOTH .
any young- ...'': 1. Those cases in
sters or the "oldsters" that gatherto (Makes 1% cups) Y" which there is mechanical The method of making -buckram
the old out the new stiffened valance used for the curtains in
year % clove garlic (grated) 6fi
z pressure this sketch is described fully in SEWING
year in, the party must have plenty 4 lumps sugar Y'present' aside from Book 5. This book contains thirty-two
of novelty and "getupandgo"new 1 tablespoon salt the homemaking projects with step by step
regular symptoms HER home from the
way directions for each. Send order to: .
games, new 1 tablespoon paprika s /. of severe goi- Mrs. Martindale was
music, new re- 1 salad oil ;
cup ter. thinking, "It will'be my turn next.
freshments, too, 1 .1 % cup lemon juice or vinegar Dr. Barton 2. Cases in whichone What will they think when they MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
and something to Drawer
Grate Com-
drink is garlic on lump sugar. or more nodulesor come to our house?" Then she put Bedford Hills New York
a re- bine with remaining ingredients, lumps can be felt, firmer than her latch key into the lock and
quirement! Enclose 10 cents for Book 5.
into fruit jar and shake untij
pour the remainder of the gland. stepped into her front hall.
Drink a toastto well blended.Hot own Name .....................:.........
3. Those cases in which other "Just what was afraid of, she
with the new year hot Spiced Cider. forms of treatment such as rest and said aloud. "When you look at Address ..............eo............

-f punch a; piping while the, (Serves 20 to 25) iodine have failed. this hall as an outsider the worst
1 gallon cider
winds of winter 4. Wherever there is immediate thing you think is that its owneris
howl and fling sheets of snow against 2 cups brown sug- danger from heart and blood-vessel lacking in imagination."

U'i r the windows, a hot, tangy drink will 3 sticks ar cinnamon disturbances. Right then things began to hap- 'DISAPPEARS'
cheer your guests."Hawaiian pen. The shabby 'old hall carpetwas
12 whole cloves Record of Results.In .
Hot Cup" is a drink washed right on the floor and is the word that PENETRO FOR
that is new as the brand new year. 2 teaspoons all- recording the results obtainedby then dyed a deep green with hot describes P netro's
I Serve it steaming hot in small cups, spice berries use of iodine alone,''Drs. Redisch dye applied with a scrub brush. action as it van- COLDS'COUGHS
Combine ingre- and Perloff state that iodine causesa ishes in skin surface -
with crisp crackers and wedges of The long lines of the new green Get after
dients in
cheese to accompany it. sauce great improvement in some pa- sateen curtains turned the space colds' miseries by ,
Hot Spiced Cider and Holiday pan. Simmer for tients, has no effect in others, and between door and window into a rubbing: throat and
Mulled Grape Juice, served with 10 to 15 minutes. makes still others worse. By using definite panel'crying for a long chest with stainless white Penetrothe -
Strain and serve hot in small cups, sodium iodide with the iodine, rub that disappears into the
Ginger Cookies or Doughnuts, make mirror and a console shelf. The skin surface like
Holiday Mulled Grape Juice. instead of potassium iodide results vanishing cream.
simple and satisfying refreshmentsfor Rub tonight for greater aid from
a crowd, and crisp, buttery pop- (Serves 10 to 12) showed about 10 per cent of the rest, one of Nature's greatest colds
corn or salted nuts are good to nibble 5% cups grape juice cases completely and permanentlycured fighters. Economical 10c, 25c sizes.
ls4 on while the entertainment is 2% cups water 40 per cent free of symp- AROUNDur'
under way. V4 cup sugar, toms so long as iodine is used, and PENETROGreat
If you'd like to start the evening i/4, teaspoon salt almost 50 per cent "almost" free THE HOUSETo
with a buffet meal, here's a menu 12 whole cloves of symptoms, but with some signs,
you and your guests will like. 2 sticks cinnamon and symptoms still present. and SmallIn

Tuna Curry on Chinese Noodles % teaspoon orange rind (grated) The thought then is that while prevent rust in the stove the world's audience hall, the

I Mixed Salad With French Dressing % teaspoon lemon rind (grated) many''' cases must undergo surgery, oven, leave the door open for an simple blade of grass sits on the

I ,Hot French or ,Italian Bread Combine ingredients in sauce pan. and others treatment by X-ray, hour after baking. same carpet with the sunbeams,
Bring slowly to a boil. Strain. Serva there are many other cases in which and the stars of midnight
Orange Ginger Bread hot. iodine alone, or iodine with rest, Oatmeal on a dampened cloth Tagore.

I 'With Whipped Cream Hawaiian Hot Cup. brings relief of symptoms. ,will clean white paint.

r Coffee (Serves 10 to 12) *

.' Tuna Curry. 2 cups kumquats Dizziness Often When lemons become dry immerse DON'T BE BOSSED

.... (Serves ,10 to 12) (sliced) them in cold water. They
6 tablespoons butter o 1 cup sugar Due will soon become quite soft and BY YOUR LAXATIVE-RELIEVE
% cup flour 5 cups canned un- to AllergyA ready to use. CONSTIPATION THIS MODERN WAY

1 teaspoon curry powder sweetened Ha- .When you feel gassy, headachy, logy
1 salt waiian due to clogged-up bowels, do as millions
teaspoon pineapple MONG your friends and ac- Freshen up stale loaves, bunsor
Feen-A-Mint bedtime. Next
do-take at
1 milk *
quart juice quaintances you likely have a small cakes' by brushing over morning-thorough, comfortable relief,
3 cups tuna (coarsely flaked) 4 tablespoons of number who are sensitive or allergicto with milk and putting into the helping you start the day full of your
% cup mushrooms lime juice various foods. They will tell you oven to crisp again. normal energy and pep, feeling like a
Mushroom liquor 2 tablespoons of that a certain food brings on an million! Feen-A-Mint doesn't disturb
6 hard cooked eggs (sliced) lemon juice attack of hives or an upset stom- -* your night's rest or interfere with work the

Melt butter, add flour and season- Place sliced kumquats in bowl ach or an attack of asthma, or a Wicker chairs can be scrubbed next laxative day. Try,yourself.Feen-A-Mint It tastes, the good chewinggum ,it's
ings, and stir until smooth. Add and mix well with the sugar. Let head cold. The eating of foods to with hot water and soap. handy and economical...a family supplyFEENAMINT
-q milk gradually and cook, stirring stand for 1 hour. Heat pineapple which one is sensitive is now be- C05tsonly
I constantly, until sauce is smooth juice piping hot but do not boil. lieved to be the cause of attacks of To make your popovers really lot
and thick. Add remaining ingredients. Pour over sugar and kumquats and dizziness that were formerly blamedon pop over, be sure to have the bak- J
Serve hot on Chinese noodles, stir until sugar is dissolved. Add the liver. Just as foods inflame ing pans well greased and very
and if desired, sprinkle with shred- lime and lemon juice, and serve at the lining of nose, throat and bron- hot. The pans should "sizzle" Loved Ones I [

ded, salted almonds. once. chial tubes, the lining of the stom- when you quickly, touch them with Those who are gone you have;,I
Orange Gingerbread. (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) ach and the surface of the skin, so fingers dipped in cold water. those who departed loving you, !

(Serves 15) can they cause an inflammation of love you still; and you love them
% cup shortening the inner ear, thickening the lining, Rain spots can be removed from always.-Thackeray.
1 cup sugar I HOUSEHOLD HINTSWhen I upsetting the balancing canals and suede shoes by rubbing with fine I ,

4 teaspoons orange rind (grated) so causing dizziness.Dr. emery board.
2 eggs (beaten) L. H., Criep, Pittsburgh, in 7 SINGLE EDGE OR I I
3% cups flour cooking oatmeal, cornmeal, Pennsylvania Medical Journal, Har- If the roof should leak and stain Kent t UIUUI es nn..t- :.. 10 c:
1 teaspoon soda rice or anything likely to stick to risburg, states that the number of your ceiling, cover the stain with
2J/fe teaspoons baking powder the pan, just before serving remove cases of dizziness due to allergy is block magnesia. Rub the block
-..,. % teaspoon salt from the fire,' cover tightly and let greater than suspected. That aller- over the spot until the stain is Happy Action '
1 teaspoon cinnamon stand five minutes. The steam will gy causes swelling and puffiness of covered, then smooth over with Doing good is the only certainly
: 2 teaspoons ginger loosen the mixture from the bottom the inner ear, just as it causes swelling the tips of your fingers. It works happy action of a man's life.-Sir

\ 1 teaspoon nutmeg and the pan will be.. easy to wash. and puffiness of the skin, liningof like magic. Philip Sydney.

. 1 cup molasses nose and other parts, is logicalor
. 1 cup sour milk Try peanut butter frosting for cov- reasonable particularly when all
\ Cream shortening and add sugar ering white or spice cakes. Add the other conditions found in allergyare

i gradually. Add orange rind, and one-third of a cup of peanut butterto present in these cases, such as
I beaten eggs. Mix well. Sift together : your regular uncooked white family history of allergy and other
I the flour, soda, baking pow- frosting. Blend in the peanut but- allergic symptoms (asthma, hay fever HIGH PRICESDo
der, salt and spices. Add to first ter well before icing the cake. Dec- eczema and the like) and the
: mixture alternately with milk and orated with a few roasted peanuts. tests for allergy are positive.
molasses. Place batter in 2 greased Not Go WITH ADVERTISINGAdvertising
Dizziness (vertigo) 'due to
8-inch allergy
and bake
square pans in a Pineapples may be used for hold-
\ moderate oven (350 degrees) for 35 salads desserts. may be the only symptom present
ing or
to 40 minutes. of uniform Use pine- or there may be other symptomssuch and high prices do not go together at all.
I apples size. Cut themin
I as deafness, ringing in the each other. It is
Mixed Salad halves lengthwise and using They are extremely incompatible to
a ears (one or both sides), and stom-
(Serves 10 to 12) fork, scrape out the pulp. (It may ach only the product which is unadvertised, which
1 large head lettuce be used later.) Wash and chill the
has established market, that costs more than
out that similar
: Criep points
,, 2 cups carrots (shredded) cases. Stuff them with! fruit, melon
II' 3 cups red skinned apples (diced) balls or berries. symptoms-loss of hearing, ringing can afford to pay.
\ 2 cups red grapes (halved and in ears, dizziness, headache-may; ,
,\ seeded) Try making edible place cards for be due to tumors, infections, poisonIng Whenever you go into a store and buy an item of ad-

3 tablespoons onion (minced) children's parties. A simple and bleeding into inner ear, so vertised merchandise, It doesn't make any difference
I one
tall these conditions should be
Ii French dressing may be made by cutting out cardsof what, you are getting more for your money-more In
considered and searched for before
Separate leaves of lettuce, wash cooking dough 1 by 2 inches in and service-than would if the
blaming the symptoms on allergy. qualify you get you spent
'I dry thoroughly. Tear into size. Bake them carefully and then
pieces. Place in large salad bowl write the name of each guest If none of these conditions is pres- same amount for something which was not advertised.
ti with carrots, apples, grapes and on- his card with thin icing squeezed ent, it is reasonable to believe that
Add French dressing and mix through a pastry tube. allergy may be the cause. I

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The Clewiston News even if we had everything ready Baser workers as in previous years, and
weeks ahead of time, we'd Invent Concludes, Article On more than $4,000,000 has been

something to do at the last minute. paid to workers who have been injured -

Published every Friday In Clewiston, It's a pleasant rush, and we just or incapacitated.The ;
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS won't give It up. Outgoing 1939 Legislature created a
Inc. *
Department of Public Safety, authorized -
And may 1941 bring you your to issue, revoke and suspend -

KEATHLEY BOWDEN, Editor fondest desire. Released by the, Florida News state agency began operating Jan- drivers' licenses and to estab-

Service uary 1, 1939, and has placed 85,378 lish a highway patrol. Governor

q Entered as second class mall matter .:..:..:..:......:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. When Governor Cone turns the persons in gainful employment. Cone appointed W. W. Reid as director .
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office in '
office of chief executive over to and so well has It functioned -
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of Contractors at air naval
March 3, 1891.Subscription Too Late To Classify : Governor Holland on January 7, it and army that it has received general approval -
will probably' be the first time in bases have been able to obtain and few criticisms. Nearly

RUSSELL KAY the history of the state that an thousands of skilled and unskilled 750,000 drivers', licenses were issued -
Rate $-.OO Per Year. By
incoming administration has had workers from the lists maintainedby the first year. There has beenno

Advertising Rates On Application. .:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. the State Road Department handedto this political interference in the revocation -
service without loss of time.
it with no'overdue bills or unpaid or suspension of licenses;
Two weeks I told an interesting The Workman's CompensationAct
ago you
Devoted to the advancement and wel- obligations be met. while not passed during this the number of patrolmen has been
: story of a charming lady
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County.
This may sound odd to those who increased from 30 60
who is finding happiness by bringing administration, has been expanded : to authorized
cheer Into lonesome lives are under the impression that the to cover almost twice as many I (Continued on page 8)
road department will have
Happy New Year! through her "Adopt a Mother" plan. a big _____ (....d .
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deficit at the end of the year, yet r

Yes, Virginia, there is still a suggestion Along the from same a prominent line comes clergy-a it is true. While the departmentwill .:.::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
have considerable commitments ?
Santa Claus. man that an equal opportunity is X.i.'c
against future revenues, all current
afforded Floridians to "Adopt a
obligations, including approved contractors' V
Next week we can begin learningto Soldier." He points out that today ':' f f1'
estimates for. work -
write it 1941. there; are twelve army and naval V V
completed, will be paid by the X
t training stations and camps in the X
end of the .
year.A A
The Christmas. rains brought almost state to which the government A
j as much joy to the farmers plans to send around 82,000 offic- word of explanation about future + f

and gardeners as Santa Claus did to ers and enlisted men. Many thou- commitments might clear up V V
the youngsters.The sands already have arrived and some misunderstanding about what V V V

others come in ever increasing numbers this means and why they' are made.It X V X

English have asked the Ital- from every state in the Union. takes about 'six months to pre- .. .:. .

ians to overthrow lIussoliniand I For the most part they are young pare a road project, including securing :f: z11i A
the democracies in the fight i rights-of-way surveys, draw-
join men, fine upstanding boys from the V IS NOT V \
against Hitler. They're probably ''I farms and homes of the nation. ing plans and specifications, etc. If V V JANUARY ALWAYS V

tired of feeding so many Italian Many of them have never been away the. present road board had not V V V
made commitments against future :: I :: -t "'. :
prisoners. I from home before and they miss : ': ::
revenues, it could have closed up DPEC a Mf 't'
the social life and
The 7,000 ton sugar quota increase friends they left behind.' shop six months ago, and anothersix :_: I :.:i :,

was a nice Christmas gift to Local church organizations in months would have elapsed be .:. !II <', .. .:.

Florida producers. But it's a shame Tampa have undertaken the task of fore the new administration could '+:. i .,'_ .: .., ,:<', .+.'

that Louisiana producers have to helping these lads find themselvesand have started construction. The : -. !
have tough luck before we can havea making them feel at home, and "pay-as-you-go" policy' of the pres- :: / "ft .: :' :;:
little that is good.RAMBLINGS. members of such groups have been ent administration calls for' the letting .'j .;'
,. ..
of such contracts will : / ,
as use ; .
urged to do their bit by taking one ':' : .' ,
the revenue as it is received. In ..' .
.r. .
::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. wing.or more of these. boys under their this way no large idle surplus accrues ::: ii rr. iWr i ':i':

and no over-due. bills are on :: ..
For the past several weeks the ::
file. .: (Explanation on Page Eight) ?
has entertained .
Kay family two or I ,_,
three boys from McDill Field, tak- The U. S. War Department has +
By B. B. ing them home for dinner, to the selected 1,767.5 miles of Florida V V

beach, or a show. The experiencehas roads as strategic military highways.To :: You do not have to wait until Jan ::

_.:..: .; : ; : :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:+:..:..:.(..:. been pleasant for these lads bring them up to War Depart- :;: uary 1st to start a savings account. But ::
are all mighty fine chaps and they ment standards ,will cost $68,094-

Well, Santa Claus' really and outdid the are so appreciative of any attention. 400. A year's delay here would be :::: since this is the time for resolutions :why :;:
'himself this Christmas
They eagerly welcome the opportunity neither expedient''' nor desirable.
Jolly Old Gentleman found plenty to tell of their homes and fam- [ More social legislation was placedon :*: not resolve to open an account now and :*: ,.......

of company in Clewiston as everyone ilies in distant states.Unfortunately the statute books of Florida z:;:; save regularly ::
celebrated the holiday in a
however, the task during' the administration of FredP. ':' .. .:"
gay mood. Is too big to be left to individual Cone than was :enacted beforein : .t'

Business was great, the weatherwas citizens and there is a real need the history of the state. Under ..i'.z'

pleasant and clear after some for ,an intelligent and constructiveplan the unemployment compensation, act, : V
much needed rain that brought to' provide social and recreational passed by the 1937 Legislature, $9- Til1Th1ir1 T

crops relief from the drought. To facilities' for these boys in 561,148 has been paid to '1,076,566men f V v
many farmers the rains over the the communities within reachof ,
easy and, women who have become V
week-end were the best gift of all. such military camps. A V
unemployed :through no fault of V
'The community Christmas Tree, .Recognizing this need, the Flor- their own. The state now has on V

. sponsored each year 'by the American ida State Planning Board- alreadyhas 'deposit with the U. S, Treasurer V V

Legion, was better than ever made a survey of several mili- $12146,160; to pay subsequent bene- .. V''
this year. A concert of Christmas tary areas and points out that there : ,
fits.The .:. V
carols by ,the U. S. S., C. band was are 63 communities located withina employment service as a I .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..'..'
almost as great an event to the 50-mile radius of these various .
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youngsters as the arrival of Santa I training centers.

Claus, who drove up in a big bright jl After careful consideration of the .:..:..:..:..:..r:..:.;..:..:..:..:..:.:.:..:..:..:..:.. .:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:......
red truck loaded with bags for the I need for social planning in connection .:.N:....................................'....'........................N............................................................................!................................................................................................................................................................: :..
children. It was a thrilling mo- with the defense program activities .','' ..4,1s
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ment, and as, we watched the tiny in Florida, the Board sug- ':,' :' .:..;.
tffts shoving for a chance to shake gests that the WPA and the NYA '::":' ;,i .;..:.

bands with Santa and tell, him their jointly establish, conduct and main- .: .: .
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'wants; we felt that all the tremen- tain a recreation program for serv- : ;_ ::". : : ..:);. :-,',:.: I-r;: "
.... . _
EN JOY AN. .a., ) :; r '" 'r.-A
dous effort that goes into the making ice men during the periods that i 'r :
of such a program was worth they are off duty. : ;; ;

while. The establishment of recreation i :i ,<: r'A" ;, W? jj

'* centers alone is not the sole prob- : L L ELECTRIC I ..'
The most talked-of item of the lem, however. Experienced leader- :":' :: .t" '
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holiday season In our neighborhoodwas ship, the board points out, is even ..
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the patriotic hen that graced more essential and it suggests that .j..i. 't :" :'
the egg-nog table at the after mass while the work of constructing .:":' r' ':"c.vy .

party at the G. Small home. It was community halls and recreation '" vv.
a:clever' fowl, fashioned out of cor- grounds is being carried out by the : ::' ..t':..;.

Tugated tin and perched atop the WPA, that the NYA undertake the y ARV vvVy

gg-nog container, and completely task of training a sufficient numberof .=.... 't 'vv" .
surrounded with red, white and blue leaders at the same time so that
eggs.' We understand it was a when such projects are completed, :::: '. Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that' ::t

McCoy creation. competent leadership will be available .:..t. .:... .
takes of both the work and the pleasures of the ..,. -
'* '* to man and operate them. ..i..;;. care ''.;'

Dave and Marguerite Alston saw Two excellent' centers for Train- :!::;: home and one that wIll do everythIng qUIckly, efficiently :;:: :
the first construction begin on their ing Institutes are evailable now-
new"home on Crescent Drive, be- one in the O'Leno State Forest near ::::!: and economically. : :i:
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tween the Wilson and the Shelley High Springs, the other at Deer I : t

homes. That's about the best Lake (in the Ocala National orest, :!::!: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or : ::
Christmas gift of all. Ranking near Ocala. In these two camps,

close to it are the new Buick sedan nearly 300 leaders for recreation ;::: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate :: :
and the sterling tea service in programs could be given a compre-
nearby homes. The Wilsons lovely hensive and intensive course of :::!: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is .. :;:.*

new radio was a gift from "Rich- training preparatory to going into :::: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that YOU use. :f
;ard and Imogene to Imogene and the communities to direct leisure ':'" :'T
:Richard." What could be nicer? time activities of service men. vv

'* In Florida it is practical to en- :;::: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home :;:::: _

To the children who found an gage in recreation activities out of .'. :. t. ,
that is all electric and d. :
unexpected bicycle under their tree doors twelve months in the year, +::: mo },

the day was complete right there, and in this specific instance the y s, ; Vy yyy

and all the new shiny' red and blue majority of the training centers are .
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wheels were kept busy all day. in sections of the state where it is :''c'
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/* '* practical to play out of doors the !

It was a wonderful Christmasand i'year 'round. Consequently, athletic :::: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- : :;:
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to many a tired mother and activities on out of door areas and A

father the opportunity of piling into facilities. should be emphasized.Mass .:..:. .i..t.

bed, for a whole night's rest was activities should predominate -
welcomed. I in the out of door programs. :::: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. U:: f

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Before another issue of The be essential, as the major part of +.:. ).1.
News, it will be the men's leisure ..'i' .:. .
time for New I time comes in the ': .z .:.
Year's Resolutions. You'll probably evenings. At training centers ad- "t'v X

join us in making a firm resolve to jacent to beaches lakes and rivers .'Z.;..':.' ., ... .. .
be better prepared for next Christ- ample provision should be made for v: ,. \.yz' .{

mas than we were for this one. We aquatic recreation.The .f'

won't have all the cards to address, State Planning Board is .'t'z' y&

all the gifts to wrap; all the cook- ready to serve as coordinator of the
Ing to do, the last few nights before program and offers its services in M i Glades Power and Light Co ii

'Christmas. We are really going to this connection. Much credit is

make that the Number 1 resolutionthis due the Board for the splendid workit ... .. .
year. has already done and both the 'Z"i'tv A'z"

But likely as not, next Deceni"ber state and federal' governments :. r.' ....
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23rd or 24th, we'll meet you should give this problem serious .z."z'.. J :

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Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Bell, Sandy : : -- -- \\'ILLINGVORKERS HAVE OFFICE EMPLOYEES HAVE ,

and Miss Christine Bell and Mr. and 1lEw YE R'S I CHRISTMAS PARTY FRIDAY GIFT. EXCHANGE ,
Mrs. N. R. Hager spent Christmasin .
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[ Personals ] West Palm Beach with Mr. and CELEBRATION I
The Willing Workers Class of Employees of the Sugar Office :1\\
J. R. Deadwyler.Mrs. '
,' I II I the Community Church Sunday Building had a gift exchange on I
School enjoyed a. Christmas partyat Tuesday morning at the lighted I':
E. W. Durst spent the holidays : I II the home of Mr. and Mrs.. C. H. Christmas tree set ,up in the lobby '..'i
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. King with her sisters in Miami, be- 9 I Berner ,Friday evening. of the building :J

spent Friday in West Palm Beach ing joined there by Mr. Durst, whois There was a decorated Christmas E. E. Kelly made'a very realistic J
-- employed in the construction of
tree in the living room under Santa Claus and much fun was derived <
L. C. Sturgiss was a visitor Sat-; the naval air base at Key West. which 'was piled exchange of from the gifts each employee j

urday in Fort Myers. 9. gifts from various class members. received from 'anonymous senders. I
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lanier spent Christmas stories and the singingof Most of these were' in the nature ;

John Perry spent the holidays Christmas Day in 'Tampa, with Mrs. carols 'were enjoyed by the girls. I i of a mild practical joke. :'.
with his parents in Lake Wales. ,Lanier's mother, Mrs. Flora Deans, Mrs. Berner served nut cake and 4
and her sister, Mrs.- W. W. Chad- cocoa to Mrs. W. H. Lanier, teacher I

Leon Brewer is ''spending this wick. :T UCILE PARKER was stand- Pat Bailey, Billie Arnette, I..:--:..:.. ..:..:-:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:.. ..:......:--:..:..:..
week'with his parents in Ludowici, jl ''ing at the door of ,her apartment Christine and June Espenlaub, Sally
Ga. Miss Hortense Collins spent the :,J... / looking out at a gor- Graham, Jane Sharp, Grace Ward, : Is Your Subscription Paid? ,

week-end in Orlando, and with her rgeous New Year's setting-the heav- Mary Lou Liles, Louise Prewitt, I........... ........ .--:..--M. ........................................x 'i
mother Mrs. Gorda, ,Collins, visited Shirley Owen, Mary Louise Thomas i.
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley of lily packed snow, the crisp seasonal I I
r{ Miami spent Christmas Eve here, in Bradenton and Tampa during !atmosphere and the moon shining Jean Augur, Jo Ann Crouch and

returning to Miami Wednesday.Mrs. Christmas.J. 'down upon,it all! Carline Berner.
FOR RENT-2 small houses for
"What a night! thought she.
Cora Cothern of Lakeland E. Beardsley and sons, Bob :What fun it would be to join in the .JUDITH LOUISE FRANCISMr. I rent at Bare. Beach. Pete Chagaris, ,
spent a few days here visiting her Dan, and Jim, attended a Rotary '!New Year's celebration for once. Clewiston Bar.Johnson's. '

son, Van Cothern, and family. luncheon at Belle Glade' today at :This she had not done for some and Mrs. Judson Francis are
which all graduates of Pahokee time, as her husband had always parents' of a baby girl, who arrivedat : II I
Mrs. Leah Spicer and Mrs. F. E., High School now attending college attended the annual stag party and the Clewiston Emergency Hos-
Conkling were Saturday visitorsin were' guests. :had never thought she minded. pital on Christmas afternoon. The Fish Camp .

West Palm Beach. Now when he kissed her good-by baby weighed six pounds and has ..'.
.....-- Merrell Lowe, who is a privatein '!and happily rushed off, she some- been named Judith Louise. (Near Hurricane Gate) ;.::

Miss Lucy Humble is spendingthe the U. S. Army, came home from how felt a stifling vacancy in her Clewiston, Fla. .I:

holidays at her home in Lex- Camp Blanding this week to spend ;'heart, and longed to go with him. MRS. HARTSFIELD HOSTESS Boats and Motors-Guide Service 'y
ington, Ky. Christmas with his parents Mr. .
: The stag party, ablaze with TO BRIDGE CLUB FRIDAYMrs. Rates Reasonable .
Mrs. L. L. Lowe of South :
and [lights, was in full swing, the very W. H. Johnson, Mgr.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Arey spent Clewiston.Mr. .
Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. FrankW. lair. permeated with the rip-roaring, Keith ,Hartsfield was hostess --1

Zander in Okeechobee., to members of her bridge club Fri- .... '
and Mrs. R. C. Nowling and aIn '
day afternoon at her home on the .t;
daughter, Martha Jean, and Mr.
Rev. Mrs. W. C. ofAttapulgus government. reservation. The liv- }
and Bryant
and :Mrs. J. L. Whitaker nad sons; MECHANICAL STRUCTURAL .
Ga. ,here ing room was decorated for the ,
spent Monday
Donald and Jimmy, spent Christ-
season, and refreshmentsof ,'
visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith.
Fort with Mr. and
mas in Myers Christmas puddings and coffee Maps Estimates
Mrs., L. A. O'Steen. S were i
Wilbur Goff and Don Troup, of I served. JOHN H. DOTY ;.:,(:
Key West were guests of friends Mrs. Robert N. Smith won high '-.
Engineering Consultant
here' on Christmas Day. Hervey Bourne, who is studying prize and Mrs. J. G. Niblack second
aeronautical engineering at Sparton high. Others playing were Mrs. Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla.
School of Aeronautics in Tulsa
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kolstad of Clarence J. Neilson, Mrs. .Miles H.
Canal Point were visitors here Oklahoma, is spending the holidays I Thomas, Mrs. Richard H. Knight,
here with his Dr. and Mrs.B. .
Christmas Eve. parents, Mrs. Earl Smith and Mrs. B. H.
A. Bourne. Glasses Scientifically Broken Lence
o. Fitted and Repaired Duplicated '
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Blount and DR. F. D. GUDBAUR i
children spent Christmas with Mr. G. T. Augur, who has been in Optometrist '
Blount's mother in Arcadia. Jacksonville for several weeks on :Old New Year Customs Phone IDS S Collier Arcade >'f't
business at the U. S. Engineer of- Rushed a Band of Masqueraders I Fort Myers. Florida
Successor to K. H. OakleyJ.
Miss Elizabeth Huffaker spent fice, spent the holidays here with Waving Banners. Survive in ScotlandIn

Christmas with her parents, Mr. Mrs. Augur and their. daughters, Scotland, New Year's day is {
',,. and Mrs. R. B. Huffaker in Bar- Jean and Carol. hilarious! spirit of New Year's I said to transcend Christmas as the M. COUSECounselor !
tow. Streamers and decorations hung most important festival of the year. .

Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Van Slyck from walls and ceiling, also banners Many old customs still are pre- and Attorney at Law

Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn and Mumford have as their gtfests dur- bearing all sorts of quotationssuch served and widely'followed. "First Hopkins Building .
Mrs. Keathley Bowden and sons ing the holidays their daughter, : as "No Ladies;" "Night of footing" is a midnight custom of Wednesdays and'Saturdays!!! :"
'Nights;" and so on. New Year's eve. The person who 0:30 to, 4OO
4 were guests of relatives in Okee- Miss Eleanor, and their son,
chobee Christmas Day. Nicholas Van Slyck, Jr.,. of Provi- At the very height of the, celebra- first, after the stroke of the new
dence, R. I. ,tion with the music raging in thun- year, sets foot inside the house of a -1

Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills and derous tones, the door opened, and friend, remains the guest throughout .

sons, ,Gene and Bob,' spent Christ- Mr. and Mrs. Glen Etherton had :in rushed a band of masqueraders the day and is a privileged CLEWISTON ::1
mas Day Mr. and ,Mrs. Solon ,waving banners blowing horns and friend throughout the year. TINNING & PLTJMBIXG SHOP ;
with "- ." .# "Christmas' .dinIl, ,;wi h ,Mr. Ether- .
S Crews in Fort 'Myers. : ton's parents, Mr. "and Mrs. Harvey :scattering confetti. Anyt-hing in Plumbing Fixtures

I i Etherton, in Moore Haven, and left The orchestra started playing- FOR SALE-Small black Shet- Prompt, Efficient Service
Neal Miner, a ,Freshman at the I afterwards for Miami to visit Mrs. "My Wife's Gone to the Country, land very-'
University of Florida, is spending i Etherton's mother, Mrs. F. R. Max- ;;Hurrah!I" Homer pony Taylor, Felda.gentle.' $50. See PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr.
'" the holidays here with his 'father, j
well. That was too much! The masque-
C. E. Miner, and family. raders pulled the masks from their

:, faces and the startled stags beheld
Charles Owens of West Palm . . . . . . . . .
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Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff, who has Beach spent a few days here this their own wives. ..N.N.N.N.N.N.M.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N or>.
been spending some time with her
week with his mother, Mrs. RuthB. Before they knew it each one hada '
mother to Clewiston.in Okeechobee, has returned Owens. Together they visited partner and was dancing merrily, BOW L H
Thomas B. Owens in regardless of
and family entangled streamersand . 1-__
Tampa and relatives in Okeechobeeat confetti, regardless of the un- ,
;Jacksonyule: Christmas. expected interruption, regardless of FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE ..".' \ '
everything, only conscious of the ;
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. New !
Graham.Lt. Mrs. T. E. Markette, who has Year's Spirit. AT ',
been quite ill for several weeks was \:)Western.Newspaper Union.

Richard Bestor of Fort Des taken last Thursday to the ,Good A. and B. BOWLING ALLEYS

: ; Moines, Iowa, is spending the holi- Samaritan Hospital in West Palm NelV Year's I ,
Day of 200 better'
; A FREE GAME-With each gent's score
Beach for examination and treat-
days with his parents, Mr. and ,
I Mrs. H. A. Bestor. ment. She was' brought home : Satin ,History Made Ladies' 150 or better and in duck pins a score of 100 or better
., Tuesday but her condition con-

Mr. and Mrs. Elkins Howard and tinues 'very serious. i ._ :N:N NIN N N:N:N:..:-:-:N:N:N:N:NIN:M:N N:N:N H:N:M:N:N N:1 N:N:N:N:N:N:N N N:N:..:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N N:N:N:N:.
daughter, Sally, of West Palm l New Year's day may not seem very
Beach, 'spent Christmas here with Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly spent momentous to us, but in the past it has
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith. Christmas Day in Avon Park'' with ,seen history made. It saw the unfurlingof ..MN. .MMHHMMHNNNMMHNN. . . . .NNNNMMMMMNMN. . . .N..+.NMMNN. . MM. .NNMN. .N.

Mrs. Kelly's sister, Mrs. CharlesE. the first American flag by George

.., E9 Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff were Smith and family. Her parents, Washington, and the emancipation of
Christmas guests 'of Mrs. Duff's par- Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Hood of Con- negro slaves.Following. ;'r bt.

ents, Mr. and Mrs. F, Edward Bry- cord, Ga., who also spent Christmas is a lift of important events ...!..
ant, in Palm Beach. there, returned to Clewiston to I ,that took place on New Year's day: :. .%.

spend a while with Mr. and Mrs. January 1 t.

Mr. and Mrs. N. Z. Butterick and I Kelly. : 38 B. C. The era of the Caesars
Mr. and' Mrs. John Lloyd-Jones: of began. CLEWISTON GOLF I

Miami spent Christmas here with Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Woodward 1349 A. D. Edward III, kingof ,,
Mr. and Mis. L. C. Miller. I
had as their guests last weekendMrs. England, defeated the

J. O. Dyal and son, Oliver, of French before Calais with ,
Mr. and Mrs. H. H.. Turner had Sparta, Ga., and Mips Lucille Wheeler great slaughter. .t. COURSE

as their guests Christmas Day, Mrs. of Douglas, Ga. Mrs. Wood- '1735 Paul Revere born. I
Turner's parents, Sheriff and Mrs. ward's mother, Mrs. R. L. Merrittof I ..
H. L. DeLaney of LaBelle. Sparta, accompanied them and 1757 the Calcutta British., India, captured by ..:..

remained to spend the winter with A
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson left Mr. and Mrs. Woodward.Mr. 1776 First Union flag of 13 stripes .-. .f.. ... .. .., .' .s.
r if Tuesday for Marietta, Ga., to visit unfurled by George Wash- J ... ... J". :;:

during the holidays with Mr. and and Mrs. Roy Alston had as ington. :?
Mrs. L. R. Oliphant. their guests Christmas Day Mr. and 1792 Kentucky entered the Union. ..s..

Mrs. J. S. Willingham and Mr. and 1801 Union of Ireland with Brit- ..
Father F. J. Finnegan of Mel- Mrs. Ward Roberts and children, of ain. .s.

bourne and his nephew, Joseph Moore Haven, and Miss Leo Wil- 1814 American dragoons attacked t
Maguire of New York visited lingham of Fort Myers. Miss Wil- the British who had seized .
;' friends in Clewiston during the lingham and her daughter, Vir- ; Buffalo, N. Y. :_: Open to the Public .i.
holidays.Mrs. ginia Smith, returned Thursday and 1815 Gen. Jackson repelled Brit- ,t,
/ are spending a few days here. ; ish when they attacked New
J. H. Doty spent the holi- Orleans. ,t, ._:
days in Live Oak with her daughter Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hackett and j 1825 Great Britain acknowledged It.

Miss Maxine Doty, who is ,employed children, Agnes Ann and Philip I independence of SouthAmer- t.. f's.
In the (iLive Oak Western Eugene, returned Thursday night 1 loan republics. 1 _
Union office. from Brunswick Ga. :1 ..
they 1863
Emancipation of Negro .. T s.
attended the Golden Wedding an- | slaves went into effect by :
Bessie Lewis of Blakely, 1tfGreen
niversary celebration of Mr. Hacklett's i of
proclamation President
Ga., and Miss Kathleen Lewis of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J\ Abraham Lincoln. :
Tampa are spending the holidays Hackett, on Christmas Day. The v Fees :::
1907 Pure food law Moderate =,
put into ef
here with their sister, Mrs. W. W. entire family of three brothers and .

Perry, and family.Mr. families was together for the first fect. Exceptional Fairways :!:
1913 Parcel
post system inaugu-
time in several years. The date y
and Mrs. J. Grady Niblack was also Mr. Hackett's birthday.Mrs. rated. /t Interesting Greens -
and son, Johnnie and Mr. and Mrs. .. Hackett and the children 1919 New Year's day declared a
M. J. Hirsch were guests Christ- spent a week in Brunswick: priorto i legal holiday throughout the
mas Day of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. I Christmas nad Mr. Hackett went country except in Massachu-
Paterson; in West Palm Beach. up the first of the week. setts and Washington, D. C.


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and slowly trimmed away the thorns I to promise she would go up to Gt. Jld-
before handing them to her. alupe for a visit.
"Why so much trouble?" mur- Carmen, her maid, Maria, and THE CHEERFUL CHERUB
mured Carmen, arranging the flow- Monica took the stage of a newly '...

ers in leisurely fashion in her lap.Don't established line for the return trip I hzve a. -
r mind the thorns." It[ was three-seater wagon of a soul

"Only roses for you," replied type long afterward so popular in L, feeling .

Bowie. California-with canopy top and side Although I Ktve.: :
They walked down through the curtains for rain-and drawn by

hills together. Their own group had four spirited horses. The day was }home.Iy Face .

gathered at a camp table where beautiful and the ride promised to I only wish}
Don Francisco was dealing Twenty- be exhilarating. And to make it my

One. Don Vicente espied the truant more interesting, Carmen discov- aura sawed---

THE couple first. He lifted his voice, ered that the driver was none other I'd for ,.
RANCHO ostensibly to welcome them, but than her ci-devant vaquero, Ben pass \
chiefly to attract the attention of Pardaloe.He pretty 6 dany

OF the rest of the party. was as proud of his captaincyof place
"Ah!" he cried. "We feared you the new wagon, his four fresh Ar/M.
were lost!" horses and his pleasing Guadalupe Re
By FRANK H. SPEARMAN Frank H. Spearman WNU Service Then, walking toward Bowie and guests as if he had been captain ofa

CHAPTER XTV-Continued "Either way, he was entitled to Carmen, Don Vicente carried Car- four-master. Ben talked impor .
-15- the courtesy of an invitation, wasn'the men's,big fern book in his hand and tantly with Carmen, asking many

In San Francisco a few days later -. ?" asked Carmen crisply. "The her shawl on his arm. Bowing some- questions and answering many. He WNU Service.
Bowie met Captain Sutter, and wine he sent was rare-so Father what flippantly to Bowie, he said placed her beside him on the driv-
at Vioget's the two discussed plansfor said. Don Vicente and I are going with marked deference, "Since you er's seat as the stage pulled out.
managing the fur business up after some ferns to press-he has already have the fair Senorita, per- After a few minutes' ride Ben
the river. Sutter took the boat ear- my book." haps you would like to carry her spoke to Carmen: "How are Pedro

ly next morning for New Helvetia. The tables were being cleared and shawl!" and Sanchez making it at Guada CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

Bowie was ready to go with him, the guests were scattered in groups "It would be an added honor," lupe?"
but a knock on his door at day- among the pines and redwoods. Men retorted Bowie. He took the laugh "As well as can be expected, with
break changed his plans. He opened were smoking and talking horses, that went around with entire com- all the troubles that are going on
posure and, turning, asked Carmen everywhere. But they are not-
,to find the vaquero Pedro standing the women were chatting in little
before him. Greetings exchanged, groups, and the younger girls, with whether she would not now go fern- what shall I say-they're too peace-

Pedro explained ]he had been told much animation, were hulling straw- ing. "I know where there are some able. We need a man who will BABY CHICKS ..."
by Dr. Doane where to look for berries and talking fast. Carmen, rare specimens, he declared. stand up and fight if necessary. I ,.
Senor Bowie and had ridden up the swinging her sunbonnet by the But Carmen had already colored wish you were back there."
peninsula during the night. "I havea strings, sought Don Vicente. She rather more than she liked and de "We did used to have good timeson CN/C {SlAssortedheaviesblood!I -$390

note for you, senor, and I was told wandered to the end of the camp clined further excursion. Riding the big rancho, that's a fact. (Send Money Order No culls.for Prompt 100 postpaId Shipment.
to deliver it as quickly as possible." without finding him. home, Don Vicente took the post of Things kind of got different after Live Delivery Guaranteed

He drew the note from a breast But she did almost stumble, with- honor at Carmen's side, but she I Henry went away-got kind of lone- ATLAS .CO., 2651 Chouteau,St. Louis,Mo.
- pocket of his leathern jacket. It carried in her arm, almost osten- some or something."
out seeing them, over the long legsof I
tatiously Bowie's roses. Bowie had
was from Carmen. "When Senor Bowie went away
Bowie who sat with his back
::. to dropped into the cavalcade care- everybody missed him." .Deceased CongressmenIn
: "My mother has asked you against a tall redwood, looking out
f come out for a visit at Guadalupe at the distant bay. lessly after'losing Carmen, but he "Kind of funny too," Pardaloe

",..: before you leave for Sutter's Fort. "Oh!" she exclaimed, coloring clung jealously to her book and rambled on. "Looked to me as if the two-year period since the

We should all be equally happy to with a little confusion. "I didn't see Henry never would leave Guada 1938 election, which determinedthe

welcome you to your old home, as Excuse me for disturbing you." lupe. He used to say there was no membership of the Seventy-
you well know. But even if you you. place on the whole earth like it. sixth congress, 34 of the nation's -1'---"
"Don't ask to for
me excuse
haven't time for a good visit, Mother you He was always talking about some legislators have died. The recent
wants to ask a very special favor. anything so pleasant thing around the place-seemed as death of Sen. Key Pittman of Ne-
;; "Strawberries are ripe. Don Fran- "Oh, you haven't left your gal if he even liked the b'ars. Then he vada brought to six the number of
<: cisco Guerrero is giving a straw lantry in Texas. Sometime I should turned clean over. Couldn't inter- deaths in the senate in the last

;;; berry merienda, Saturday. There like to hear jnore about that repub" est him in nothing-not a thing. Got two years, says Pathfinder. The
'. will be gatheringfrom lic of yours and its fighting men. he wouldn't his
a neighborhood .- BO hardly open five other senators who died wereJ.
" all the ranchos-you remember He shook' his head. "My poor re .t, mouth: Then all of a sudden he Hamilton Lewis of Illinois, M.
'f: what a famous host Don Fran- public. It is no more. The United ( was hell-bent for going back to Tex M. Logan of Kentucky, WilliamE.
: cisco is. We are going from Guad- States has swallowed it." 1\w as. I wouldn't go back there iJ Borah of Idaho, Ernest V. Gib-
l': alupe. Won't you join us? Come "And didn't you like that?" 1 you'd give me the whole darned son of Vermont and Ernest Lun-,

' out Friday night. "Not a bit. But-what's the dif republic.// deem of Minnesota, killed in an
;/ "Carmen." ference? It's only another dream ; "And then back the boy comes to airplane accident. During the '
;; Bowie did not stop to read the gone," he added evenly. California after all. How some men same period the house of
;'. formal Spanish greetings that closed They were strolling back toward change their minds! What do you sentatives lost 28 of members..
: the note. He saw on the white sheet camp. "And so there you were. sit-. 111 think, senorita?"

f.},:.;, of paper only the magic word, "Car ting all by your lonesome. If you a = "Senor Ben;' exploded Carmen
" men." can't find anybody else to talk to, suddenly, "I don't think. I don't

He slapped Pedro on the shoulder why not try me?" asked Carmen."I know what's to become of us, with INDIGESTIONmay[
b/j and bade him go down and thought you said.you didn't see all this robbing and murdering affect the Heart
': feed the horses and get his break- me," he objected. around us. First it was the Indians. hslr-trigier Ou tripped on In the the hear stomach At the or gullet first alga may of act distress like s
;' fast. It merienda "Don't believe all hear" she smart men and women depend on Bell-anr Tableta to
was already you Now' it's everybody, white and red. let cat free. No laxatlre but made of tile fa ft cat-
iK day-Saturday. retorted casually. art In z medlclDGi known for acid Indl e9tlon. It the
hear from SenorBowie
Do you ever F1KST DOSE doesn't prove B ll-ani better, return
ft', Bowie made up his mind to ride "I've seen times when I've wished ?" bottle to u and recolT DOUBLE Money Back ?5c.

'' straight to Don Francisco's. It was I couldn't." v, a "Seen him last trip up at Yerba

/<, the only chance to catch the party. As they loitered along she was Buena-though company says we've Mastering Things

';. He scribbled a hasty note for Cap- still swinging her bonnet. Passinga "! ':. got to call it San Francisco, now." Accustom yourself to master '
tain Sutter, saying that he had been big tree on the long slope, Car- "How is he?" things which you seem to despairof

unavoidably detained and would fol- men put up her hand. .1 ? "Just fine." for, if you observe, the left
low on the next boat. minutes "Isn't that lovely breeze? Let's
Thirty a "Did he say anything about Guad hand, though for want of practice,
later he and Pedro rid sit down moment. "
were a "I didn't see alupe?
you. is insignificant in other business,
ing rapidly for Don Francisco Guer "I'm glad to see your father is "Asked about'everybody."
I yet it holds the bridal better than
rero's. out ventured Bowie. "He's improving shawl. He presently found himself,
"How long was he staying in San he right because it has been usedo
." somewhat to his disgust, riding at Francisco?"
At Don Francisco's a' disappointment But Carmen did not care to 'discuss the side, of Tia Ysabel, and he did "Only till the next boat." it.
met him. The merienda party formalities. She wanted to not escape unscathed."Don't .
had "How does he like it up the ri>
already left. However, it was hear about Texas and what he saw they make an admirable "
easy to follow. He sent Pedro to and did there while away. And she couple?" she asked, looking aheadat er"Likes it. Who's the old India ...

' Guadalupe and took the trail to the wanted to know what was going to Carmen and Don Vicente, whom woman you've got back there with 1 1Fnpl

z valley of the strawberries himself. happen to poor California, with its she had managed to drag into her Mariar?" IWO .-?..l U. I CbJul a.
t, : A pretty scene greeted Bowie's bandits, its insurrections and its new voluble talk. "I like' Don Vicente "That's an old family nurse. He for Reach, Bedboi*.
when fMic Water ..4rawllel
eyes he reached the brow of Bee Ants
the hill. Below crop of detestable gringos. so much. Of course, he is much old- name is Monica. She has been vis Iiaeeti. Mai}bet CmMI
a valley opened Bowie shrugged his shoulders at er. But he is wealthy. And of sucha iting cousin at Santa Barbara
like my $1.50 for Each RoomAZ
a huge inverted bowl rimmedby
the mention of gringos. "They'remean fine family. They ought to be and I am taking her to Guada-
surrounding hills. Each rancho CO., 7811 Guthrie Ave., Cleveland O.
had set its I know-but no worse than very happy together, she sighed. lupe for a good long visit. I haven'tseen
up own pavilion, bright these Mexican rats. And Californiaat "Do you mean to .say that they Monica for and .
years years.She's
ions Spanish colors, and the pavil- present is getting the very scum are engaged to be married?" demanded the sweetest old creature in Deeds of Mercy

were spread in a crescent, of the gringos-the crop will im her much-nettled escort. the world." Though justice be thy plea, con-
opening out on the valley. The va- prove with time." Aunt Ysabel spoke guardedly and sider this, that in the course of
rious ranchos
.-' ments had their comple- "Tell me about this Senor Sutter rather low to be the more impres Carmen, with her maid and Monica justice, none of us should see sal-

tethered or servants the; and the horses, and what you are going to do up sive.uI don't know, actually, as left the stage at Monterey. Pedro vation. We do pray for mercy;
among trees, were as there. And like it much to that Senor Bowie. But I do
t"'.. horses why you so met them with horses and a and that same prayer doth teachus
', happy as brook could be, close to better than Guadalupe." know that Don Vicente has spokento carreta for the baggage for Guada all to render the deeds of c
a running but pestered by' He launched into a eulogy of the Don Ramon and that there is no lupe. They reached home late. mercy.-Shakespeare.

.: flies.Bowie Swiss. objection there. Don Vicente is very It was Monica's first visit to the
rode rapidly down the long "But you haven't said why you wealthy. Well, here we are nearing northern rancho. She'was welcome
: 4 hill and around to the camp near the like it better than Guadalupe" per- home. It's really been a delightfulride because of her long and faithful T

"-., '' pines.Dona Maria him sisted Carmen."I hasn't it? Thank you for your service in the Ybarra family in the v ) l CO LDSC
saw first. She \
' f.: called to Carmen where she haven't said I do like it better," very pleasant company, senor. South, and she was made to feel at OF
1: stood
he contended. "It does have one The barb rankled deep, but the home everywhere in the big family,
:if:: at a little distance, talking to Don q.uicke uie
advantage: I don't have time up victim had nothing with which to circle.
W r'' ". Vicente, a cousin of Don Francis there to think. Coming over here salve the wound. Early next morn- Carmen was especially attachedto LtoutoTABLETS
co's from Santa
i> Carmen greeted Bowie with cor just now," he continued hastily, cutting ing he was on his way to New Hel her old nurse and for a few days 6 6 6 NOSE SALVE DROPS

,;t.: dial enthusiasm and he off any attempt on Carmen's vetia. devoted herself to showing Monicathe COUCH DROP
, explained
1' in turn the mishap that had part to speak, "I stumbled on a bed features of the princely domain.
;t'i-', him from joining the party prevented at of wild" roses. Do you like brier CHAPTER XV Only ohe thing troubled Monica. She WNU-7 52-40
? roses? was mentally alert-Carmen could
Guadalupe the night before. Don "
.Ji!' Vicente, Carmen's escort "I love them. Where are they?" Summer passed'at Guadalupe detect no change in her quick ap Insistent Reason X- .
" well mannered and somewhat, scrupulously "I'll show you." He got up. She without the hoped-for improvementin prehension of everything-but her If you don't hear Reason, she
held out her hand, and he helped Don Ramon's health. Worry con knuckles.
. :("- senior in years to the rest of the sight was failing. Cataracts im will rap your
'j her to rise. The of her tributed to his illness Dr. Doane
:; group, eyed the newcomer with polite pressure paired her vision-but not her appetite
y. interest. warm fingers stirred his blood. The told Dona Maria. "When political for seeing everything and hearing

:,,:": While dinner was on, Don Ramon sea breeze lifted the loose hair about conditions grow better, so an hon everything. This was as keenas

rode in,with Aunt Ysabel from Mon- her temples. est man can keep his house in ever. Moreover, she had a fundof
terey and more servants. Bowie "Is it very far?" she asked, look- peace," said the doctor, "he will interesting anecdotes and .reminiscences

was greeted by Don Ramon like along ing up innocently at him. improve." -at least, Carmen found
.'f:: lost friend. "Not so very far," he answered .But conditions did not grow bet her intensely interesting and often ilclp Them Cleanse the Blood ,

."- "Well," exclaimed Tia Ysabel to steadily. ter. They grew worse. The help- kept Monica in her bedroom at night. } of Harmful Body Waste J
v: Carmen after the dinner, "I see She tried to talk about Guadalupe; less women at Guadalupe graduallyso to listen to her stories. Your kidneys are constantly filtering

:. your peevish Texan is back! "What he, about New Helvetia. But they resigned themselves to demandsand Like most old people, Monica rose kidneys waste matter sometimes from the lag blood in their stream.workdonot But
does he want?" got something out of their cross fire, raids that they grew almost apathetic early-much earlier than the house- act as Nature Intended-fall to re-

Carmen shrugged her shoulders."I despite the fact that each felt con in the face of disaster.But hold. But she had the freedom oJ! move impurities the system that and if retained the whole may
polson upset
understand he is to be some scious the other was holding a great marriages, births and deaths the house as well as of the serv. body machinery.Symptoms .

kind of a partner of Captain Sut- deal back. must go on even in the midst of ants' quarters and wandered freely! persistent headache may be attacks nagging of backache dizziness
ter's, :that energetic Swiss, up the "I thought you said it wasn't very tumults and wars. A cousin of Car where she would. setting up nights swelling puffiness
river." far," objected Carmen after some men's, Terecita de la Guerra, was On a morning that Carmen long anxiety under the and eyca;loss-of a feeling pep and of strength.nervous

"What's he doing here?" snappedher distance."It married with a great celebration at remembered Monica gave her a Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder
questioner."He hasn't seemed so yet to me. Santa Clara Mission and went to great shock. It was so terrible to too frequent are sometimes urination.burning scanty or
heard of Father's illness and It's just over the brow of the next Santa Barbara to live. Carmen that she was prostrate for There should bo no doubt that prompt

sent out a couple of baskets of hill. But you're tired-stay here a Carmen's old Indian nurse Monica the day. It was wintertime and Doan's treatment Pill is Dean's wiser than have been neglect.winning Use

champagne and a lot of delicacies.So moment. I'll bring an armful to whom she had not seen since cold. The houseboy had a log fire new friends for more than forty years.
Mother asked to invite him childhood from San They have a nat on-wide reputation.
me you. came up Diego in the living-room grate. Monica, Are recommended by grateful people the
"ie'. for the strawberry picnic." "Oh no. I want to find the bed." to felicitate the young bride. Car looking for a place to warm herself country over. Ask lour neighbor I

"You say Dona Maria asked you She seated herself presently closeto men was in Santa Barbara at the was on hand and promised to
to invite him out. She says you the roses and spoke from where time, visiting her cousin. Both girls watch the fire after the boy had left -
asked her to invite him," observedTia she sat, while Bowie with his hunt- were devoted to the old woman and for other duties a

Ysabel'bluntly. ing knife, cut stems from the plants Carmen, after many efforts, got her (TO DE CONTINUED} ,

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i l It OUR COMIC SECTION I III' Wise and Otherwise I

SOME girls arc an inspiration
J marriage and an ex-

i II'' I Along the Concrete" 10 asperation birth afterwards.At they were. twins.

PL 1
I SCREENS 4IO Now than he she's is. five years younger .

" .
" --::: By VIRGINIA VALE Money talks-but it doesn't give
; (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) itself away. I'
All actors believe that even a
i that beloved
lri REMEMBER small role is better than a long
your childhood

,i iI days, "Little Men," by Louisa loaf.When women are musical,

I) ; Lnbfr May Alcott?, Well, imagine they mostly prefer a husband.We .
what it be like with the
r might know of a midget who got a
\ addition of two new characters, job as a condensed milk man.

I to wit, Major Burdle, a fast-talk- Good looks may not count for
: much, but they add consider-
ing, amiable swindler who sacri-
ably to certain figures.
fices everything for the love of

his adopted son, and Willie the

Fox, "a lovable, amusing Brighten Your Home
'living corpse'," according to infor-
I mation from RKO. When you've fin- With Crochet
II ished this little picture puzzle, go to Easy
see the picture.It's .

I ,\ been turned out as adult en- !
I tertainment, yet it's still a story for
young folks. Kay Francis, George tejsra&
Bancroft and Jack Oakie head the .
1T z
cast, which includes Jimmy Lyfon,
I Richard Nichols, Sammy McKim

II I and Elsie, the glamour yrsi cow. ,11 +. -e i

I, Ruth Hussey's work in Metro's 8
"Flight Command," with Robert $ $
Taylor, and in "The

.. Philadelphia Story,"
? with Katharine Hep-
burn, James Stew-
art and Cary. Grant,
. r J. : fT a have won her a new .,'
> long-term contract. ,
,t A:434: Incidentally, "Phil- "
!xi adelphia Story" is
t $.. the picture that

/4 Cary Grant made ,
for the Red Cross- C3 < ,
i N :tti f tt t it Zr t 1 "
-x x he accepted the as- ,

flA. ... signment with the :
"It. ,.. '<: _- Ruth Hussey :j
-" idea of turning over :
his salary to them-$125,000. .
Pattern 6800 j
.. Bitter words were said in Hollywood -
ih? recently when various producers EVEN a beginner will find this .
needed stunt and found
{ an easy'one to cro
.. that 14 of the best had been cor-, chet. Joined together the medallions -_
[ TATS ralled by Paramount for "Las Vegas form a lovely pattern for ,4
P THAT THING I Nights," which already had Phil Re- large or small accessories.
I IM FRONT WIFE.1 SORRY gan, Lillian Cornell and Tommy :"

i I Dorsey and his band. Pattern 6800 contains instructions for 'oJ:
The maddening: part of it was that making medallion; illustration of it and ,j
stitches photograph of medallion
: ; ma.
the daring demoiselles weren't terials needed. Send order to: ,s:iJ i
Q-- a I scheduled to do stunts, just to dance
\ : with cowboys and drink cold tea, Sewing Circle \'tedlecraft Dept. -;
I that would screen as Scotch and 82 Eighth Ave. New York l,

, I. itf!:. soda. -",- Enclose '15 cents In coins for Pattern :J

I No........... ,.
P Carole Landis is to thinkthere's
i l beginning Name ............................... "':.
something about her that "
makes'scenario .. Address ...............eo.eo......... :: !
writers want to see r;: ;: : I
how near they can 7. N :
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(Released br Tbr Be n Icale, oc.lNO come to killing her. "
In her last three CHOICE OF MILLIONS .

pictures she has f' ..:: :'
been (1) chased by i :I' 1sST.JOSEPflfl :
'. MY MINE t -
moth, (2) scheduled ';. .... : : QWSDPIRI1ESTE 1 I
;t l lI / MISTAKE to climb a flagpole / f /4 ']

I on top of a sky W,. %':" ': '\. SELLER AT % llW :'
and ((3)) : :.,v : !
scraper, requested :::::: : .
) to get n;.: ., : : '
I World Open .
chummy with a Carole Landis
' -t--ft cage-full of lions. The world is all gates, all opportunities ,
I' : 1 In her newest one, "Topper Re- strings of tension wait- ../;
, ByJ. turns," she is the target for a fall- ing to be struck.-Emerson. .,..
Millar Watt ing 250-pound chandelier. Plenty of
precautions were taken when it was
shot-after all, there's just one For ((1
Carole Landis. Then, too, the chan- &f q- 1.
.. delier cost $800. A retake was just O-- v .J'tt.t"
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! Jf.f' :: out of the question. ;
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f' Bing Crosby's brother Bob, well if : /
' known on the radio, makes his ii.tP"I ; _S Y
:\ movie debut in "Let's Make Music," ... S .5/ ,
which, oddly enough, is musical. / -:; 11, ]
S IATCF oUT IF Yov 'Do, comedy. There are four musical .. -J
"' numbers that may turn into hit AI .,
ILL ( I JEYA I'tLG ,....
.' songs, and Jean Rogers, Elizabeth c \ :
I tM t'4'f CoL DQ I v a 1co Q Risdon and Joyce Compton are in I
I MINE-. the cast. due to Constipation. ::'1

1 --7 --- Dr. Hitchcock's All-Vegetable 'i
l A' If you know of waltz that Wayne Laxative Powder an Intestinal
I" i tonic-laxative-actually tones lazy
1 King tjsn't know you're one in a bowel muscles. It helps relieve
.. million. Fourteen years ago he that sluggish feeling. 15 doses for ._ i
;. ? f started his library of waltz music; only 10 cents. Large family size 25 ;
[J J then he became known as "The cents. At all druggists.At ,1
Waltz King," and the demand for !
: crfI waltz music began to exceed the 1
: "U'E supply on hand. Since then he's
been collecting what has grown into 1 1
8v probably the largest library of waltz i 1i
music in the country. His research Home .J
staff includes three men in \
'.' There is no place more delightful -
"., Chicago; two in New York; and one than one's own fireside.
yl ,' in South America.
P'I ... : '. J
; I ,': The Pittsburgh Symphony men [CORN I FREE, HAPPY FEET;
rather startled when they
OKAY were
\ : OKAY learned that they were to play ".Ilel- I
Pi ancholy Baby" on that recent Musical ,I
Americana program. By the
way, the song was written by Ed
i Burnett back in 1910 when he was KOHLER
l waiting for his sweetheart to arrive AT ALL DRUG STORES--SINCE.1890
: on' a train that was 18 hours late.
0 And "If I Forget You," which Helen
p og Jepson sang on that same pro- Its;IDIml\\.mT cL E
o gram, was inspired by an editorialin .
i The buyer's assurance is the advertising
By the New York Times; Irving
he she reads in the
or newspaper.
Caesar the editorial, which 'began -
saw 3
I' II C. M.Payne That is the buyer's guide. It tells the
z a, Fj with a quotation from tha
J'1 Psalms-"If I forget thee, 0 Jeru- @ prices one must expect to pay.Let the
WNU hand its k,., seller who tries to charge more beware!
Bon Syndlcato.WNU Service salem, let my right forget

J;J11 I: -.' cunning--and wrote the song.

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Baser Concludes --- Hager .....................142 136 87 Merchants I

New Year Begins Kolstad ........__.........132 117 158 Martin ...................131 149 135 No Apologies j jI

Logan .....................107 119 McGehee .....:..........101 131
(Continued- from '''Page 4) More Than Once, Kinsey.................... 152 Stone ....:................. \36 153 159 There may be other times In the ,t r i

by law; and the courtesy and efficienCy .Bass ...;.................... 103 George .................... 165 159. 190 I year when there, doesn't appear to 1
of the patrolmen have earn Believe It or Not! Total ...............-..635 '625 622 Charley ........:........155 179 156 be very much of news value ''in the

ed commendation from visitors from .-- Schroder ................ 113 paper but that may or may not be I
every section of the country.The New Year's isn't U. S. S. C. Ofjce Total .................. 688 753 771 'our fault. The week after Christ'I
day NewYear's
Hotel Commission had a always Von Mach .._..........158 155 160 City Team mas, however, is the one week dur-
debt of $6,000 when Cone became among the day.Egyptians The actual,Chinese date ,varies Jews Shelley ....................105 Pape .......................:us 140 144 I ing the year when we feel like

..... ............. plugging with j
189 most anything
: 144 160
governor, but it will have a balanceof Romans and Wilson up
Mohammedans from Griffin ...................
$100,000 at the end of this year.It September 6 to March 1. Bell .................:....:..137 165 141 154 we can get and going to press as
gave, $8,500, to the Florida Exhibit Ward ...........:............138' 149 187 quickly as possible. So if there is i
January 1 was designated to be Boone _.,.....,...........'146 180 159
..... ... ...... some matter of
... htoment which we
made number of similar Crochet ; 142 119
has a I
New Year's day when Julius Caesar Small .....................156 117
contributions, and printed and distributed Totals ..............._:682 800 767 have, omitted this week remind us I
established the Julian calendar in Crawford ...:............ 140 132 week and'It'll
120,000 colorful bookletsin 46 B. C. However, the calendar ---" Allen ...................... 167 next be taken care !
an effort to build up the summer year thus established was 11 minutes 1' Clewiston _Motors 'Total ............... 679 769 746 of in proper form. I
tourist trade. longer than the astronomicalyear. Collier ..........__:......100 118 I -- .
The Conservation Department has L. Kelley .............109 119 HAMPTOX-HAXSEX Automobile races, sanctioned by i

been converted from a collection To correct this discrepancy, Pope Waters ......:.............146 142 107 I the International Motor Contest As- i I

agency into a genuine conservation (Gregory III suppressed 10 days inJ852 Nail ........_............... 97 152 101E. Moore Haven Democrat) .1 sociation and sponsored' by the Racing I,
agency with closed seasons enforced by ordering that October 5 be Kelley............162 149 159 Friends here will be much interested I Corporation of America, will l
10 power boats to patrol several called October 15. England and its R. Kelley............... 140 115 In the marriage in Punta open and close the Florida Satte
million acres of craters where no pa- colonies, however, did not adopt this Total ................,614 702 670 Gorda last Saturday of Miss Grace Fair on Tuesday, Feb. 4" and Sat- l
trols operated before, 40 men in urday, Feb. 15, General ManagerP. 1
new calendar until 1752. ,For almost Hanson of LaBelle and J. W. Hampton
active service instead or'the 10 three centuries, therefore, New Affiliates of Moore Haven. T. Strieder has announced. I

industry formerly put employed back and on the its oyster feet year-both;Year's was times celebrated on January twice every 1. Owen .....................102 128 Mrs. Hampton Is the daughter of .:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:_::. ,
Rosenberg ........ ....136 123, 114 Mr. and Mrs. Hans Hansen of La- Ot''t' ,
through the rehabilitation of 2,000 New Year's never fell on the same Lanier ..............:;..... 148 .115 I Belle and has made that her home :;: :: 1 1y

acres. of oyster beds. day two years in succession in old H. Knight .............:.121 163 I all of her life. She attended the y
While Governor Cone will turn China. The new year began,on the Weaver ...............:...156 142' 110 public schools there and later at- y I" Y

Florida over to Governor Hollandin first moon after the sun entered the Lovvorn ......:............ 131 116 tended school at Scranton, Par She Y Y yt
a sound financial condition, all sign Aquarius. This date varied Total ............'.....663 620 631 i is a sister of Mrs. Thos. Cason of :: NEW YEAR'S DAY IS NOTALWAYS :t:
the problems have not been solved from January 21 to February 18. Merchants Moore Haven.Mr. .:. JANUARY FIRST ."

-some have been postponed and Jewish New Year's, when translatedinto Stone .....................157 157 Hampton is the son of Mr. .:. .
some new ones have arisen. Gover- dates of the Gregorian calendar, McGehee ........ ......169 160 126 I and Mrs. D. B. Hampton and has :_: According to the Book of *_.

nor Holland will find a stack of varies from September 6 to Octo- George ......:......,.'.....135 153 lived here with his parents for the. ':' Holidays, by Harry Spencer "t"

vetoed bills passed by the 1939' ber 4. Martin ............;......161 142 past several months. He is em- :;: Stuff, Russia and Greece still :_:

legislature. Governor Cone favor- Mohammedans celebrated Muhar-"Charley .................164 149 127 ployed by the U. S. Engineers and :x: maintain the Julian Calendar :x::
ed the repeal of the "gross receipts1'act ram, or New Year's, on February* Schroder ................ 144 153 has been in their employ during .;. -and thus January First falls 'i't _
but was forced to veto it be- 10 last year. But it wasn't the be- Driggers .........:....... 94 most of the construction work on :: on our January Thirteenth. :t:
cause the nearly $2,000,000 it ginning of 1940 for them; it was'the I Total ....._........... 663 620 631 the lake. t :
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brought' in annually was badly first day of 1359. Because the Mo-' :*:*:*:*:*:**:*:N:N:#:**:N:#:*:*:**:*:N:*:*:**:*.N:*:N.
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needed by the schools and no sub- hammedan calendar is. arranged differently -I

stitute revenue was provided. : from ours, the, new year'
Senate Bills 1216 and 1217 con- does not always fall on the same ,
tinued gas tax collections to the date according to the calendar in i TROUBLEoN I II
counties.. Governor Cone vetoed use by the Christian nations. : DO YOU HAVE HillS ?

them because he considered the Happy New Year! When will YOU:
method of distribution inequitable. :
-- '
Counties need some gas tax moneyto

pay off road and bridge bonds,
motorists want adequate roads, and V r. t_
ger for the convenience of
so does the War Department. Some the office of the state comptrollerby

.J reasonable solution to this problem which the warrants are issued.
must be found. A number of other
The mailing time of OAA checks
projects, including the Everglades for the various welfare districts
National Park, were postponed be-
was: I
cause the general revenue fund was ,
Districts 1 and 2: December 4. '
t tI tI
unable to finance them under exist-
Districts 3 and 4: December 9. I a riHp
ing conditions. 50
Districts 5 and 6: December 12: '
Abolishing the ad valorem tax I '
Districts 7 and 8 December 16.
will give Governor Holland new : :::
Old Age Assistance checks for -
problems. This tax went to the
Districts 9, 10, 11 and 12, as wellas
schools, for free text books, Con- ,7
all checks for recipients of Aid ,
federate pensions, State Board of ..
to the Blind and Aid to' Dependent
Health,, State Prison, and for tick
Children and supplements -- (
eradication, a total of $1,102,180.The were
mailed on December 20.
money for the maintenance of
More than 47,500 individualswere
these services will have to come 3 4 u
gladdened by public assistance
from some other source now. The
checks this Christmas.
task ahead will not be, easy for evena I

man' having the ability and ex-
perience possessed by Governor Hol Merchants Hold 1) : I 1I

f r f
land.The f ,
history of the past four .
(Continued from Page 1)
is of sound
years one progress under -
the administration of a man Charley................... 126 s ll\
who the people just the kind I'f Small ................... :-. 137 123 \. ,
gave : : .
of government he promised them- Total..................668 664 774 \ I q' ':.,' .,:;.. : :
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and that is a rare tribute. The I '
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history of the next four years Ic in Kiwanis I -'t ,

the making, but the people have I Ezelle ..............:....... 85 ; r. .
confidence in Governor Holland who Miner ...................... 125 151 134 e : -

will take up the burdens Governor- : Tippey ...................126 133 117 ,

; Cone lays down.Welfare Markette ................ 121 114 124

Wilcox ........:..........133 125 116
Board- Lawrence ................ 110
Doke ....:..:............... 124 ii\ "LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES

Total ...:.............. 590 633 615 (
t (Continued from Page 1) \ U.. S. S. Conim. INCREASES POWER SAVES WEAR .

I 1< the Yuletide emergency. Waters ....... ............. 140 117 123
.. ,. Payrolls are made up on a stag- Oliver .. ...:..............114 135 I I .I.Iv
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