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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 31, 1931
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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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'' %? rl&$8g lilPiP According to W. C. Owen the'' local BY EVtLYN: HAKE:

; ." golf course is in good sliape
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? again. Tho fairways have been cut
; )pt \t Camp Margery Daniels is a loveiy
i t'44'x and the
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greens are being put first -
Girl Scout camp located on the RIver
class f i condition. During the past
1 be ot interest to the readers or tne Loxahatchee about. three miles

Js'ews.: Mr. Lambrlght has always sup > tT month) the fairways have grown up trom Jupiter. Jupiter Is located m-
in grass due to the tact that: tno
ported"the present state administration teen miles north of West Palm ueacn.me .
mO\.e.r has been broken. They have
I Hon so his criticism cannot .ne T : camp is .very lovely ana a line
all been cut during the past weeKnd
1 charged against the administration. place for Girl fcouts'to spend the-
t a.&&' 's ; ;\, the greens should '''be In. good
1C his figures are correct aim we ">>? '.'5 I summer. There are: regular classes! ;
shape-or play Sunday.
have no reason -to doubt them, taxes: 1 :,; for the different kinds of 'scout worK.-
i x- M .4. .41 i 4? Clewjston( enjoys one of the finest: ,
::: The daily program as follows:-
111 denary county snoum oe' consiaur- .< runs .
golf courses in South Florida and as : :
ably lower this'year.. With the state 7:00'-mse for a new day. '
it has never been played in-'paF the .
ad" valorem tax reduced from '13::: millsto 7:15-Colors.. -,; -
local fans rirealv' }.s playing. to that. '
4 7and 'a very large Increase in 7:30; --rBreakfast) ; .
end. f
amount of gasoline money' that, 1yIUc 8:45-Kapors. '\ '
.,.' Tom Shelley, local golf ran, is perhaps '
: oe'distributed to the county the ,mill U:15-Court.; of -Honor.
he best player Jn uiewiston
age should be cut considerably.Ut y:30; -inspection, : '.
....... _... _._ _..._. With years of experience on, Tampa'sgolf
: -- 9:45-Patrol Corners. '
course the budget will nave, to : ',
r" team he keeps the enthusiasm "
be prepared b)' the county cnmmissfoners "I.UPI 1 SM't-r': ) SIP: luring a rehearsal of the Pilgrimage play at Los Angeles, which has been revived and will 10:15-Classes.. :. .
of the golf fans always at high pitcti.
( and if this is done with care hii i .r'Hd! : ,in .inly as n civic enterprise. Ian McLaren will again have the roje, of Christus. .U:3U-Vlp..' .:'
He' has shot .a 37 on the course several
ana every corner cut all along tno 12:3U-LUllcn; '. 1
-- : times but has never been able '
line there Is no reason why a very \L .. : I iuo: -canteen. .
THE WLLAT.HER{ ; ;, to shoot the course in par. With wa- .
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,. substantial cut should not be- given ;' CANE BREAKERS WIN 'h.I.l { .-: .2:00: ;-Kest Hour. iieglns '
Oats :Max. I Min. f Rainfall : I ter hazards and well trapped greens *'Jl!
the. already heavy burden tax payerof 3:00-Rest Hour Ends.; .
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Hendry county. : 3:15.-Atternoon. Classes begin. 'i" '.
'' July: 20. ............ yr ." 7.1.'. 'f FROM LAKE : : 15.1 for local golf. fans. ." -\'i' ?,..:
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July :21 ............ 92 70 .71 f : : : 15.2 'Several toresomes are expected. to :' v *VL.-.J\\: \i, &
,will be induced to ,pay their. taxes and ; 6::Su-S Supper,, ._ .
July 22 ............ 'JO : 72 15.2 play' on the course Sunday.. The green :.,'"* J-
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ma reduction will serve a two foldpurpose \ BY SCORE OF 4 : 7:45-Campfire. ':
July 23 ..... ...... 88 71 .U6,( : 15.1 Tee is only 50 cents, which is one or ; *y'n"J' .
-it will bring more revenue 9:15-Taps. -V
I July 24 ...,?.?... '79 71 .4tt : : 15.1 I the reasons for so many taking advantage .
into the county and will lessen the When Taps is blown on the .bugle
July 25 .;.......,.. yu 77 15.1 I of the beautful course. .
burden of our own people. Break Jinx After there is not supposed? to be a sound '
July 26 .... ..... 91 79 : 15.1
MrJ. Lamnrfght's article is published heard )until the 'bugle blows next

for 'the benefit of our readers I Three Straights, DELINQUENT TAX :"; ',morning to rise... By the time that

.:,,.. with: the hope that it will be of. service SUGAR COMPANY Hill Climbers. ; VES Taaps blows .to,. turn in the girls are

in reducing the taxes or tne all sure glad nd'read'y: to ao .so.
BILL IS LAW GOV.
smaller counties of the state. HAS SUFFICIENT BY "RABBIT" COTH ; When the girls rise in the morning

The article follows: they are: fresh and ready fora .new

t The 1931 Legislature. unprecedented Atter receiving three TO SIGN IT aay. .

in the duration of Its session, cost FUNDS FOR BILLS feats from those boys up on All the,. camp work is. run in a sys-

the state $314,516, or $3176 a day in the Clewlston Cane tern mat 'IS cuiieu patrol ay b: win. Lou

., running expenses alone. It has" cost the. jinx or spell that we I InstallmentFAILS Plan To Pay girls are divided into even num 5rs

rl, ._ ., tile state many times that amount. in Receivership Will i Continue they' had over us and : or groups of eight girls., These girls

disturbance( unce rtainty.. interruption 1 5th a rampage with eleven I own Effect; Five forma. patrol and elect one girl from
Until Day; '
of business. criticism, and In thecalculableaudincalculjfble ,' : : : ,.. ., r' Y .rr P 'the group whom. they; think' is capa-
'aga.l.nst.fourlost.i.: ; ; :r- ,, av. .
ear llo .
) ftectstot' ":'.,:' 0 f..A gust.lWith .\ >Jv<-ifit f'3iy .ro- : ; 'l;.. .,...-.., .. \ '. .-' ,,/, } "" Its'RIeadetofythe, '
: -;- u jrt" i..eVer spectrum that .-' r.4+. -.' _--::;. "-r""r" -" t'br {\';'"r.q. .. re'J, .- -, .;:
its actionandtnon-actionth. '' manning girls in that group. Tile gin> : I
mayoe that isn't the right I Senator Arthur Gomez, from Key '
it has reduced the state advalorem i sufficient funds to carry on any way I mean ghost. whom they. select has to go to the I
another feathertor I
I !: uepu- West, has plucked ,
tax-rate from 13 mills to 4 7mIUfI through the next thirty days already that favored Lake placid tor the his political cap when the bill ne Court of Honor in which she receivesher

-a decrease of 8 1-8 mills. This re- on hand the Receivers of the :Southern :: three games wasn't orders and then in Patrol Conors
car- introduced and sponsored became a
rtuctiou, applied to the entire state Sugar Company seem confidentthat Lady Luck altogether but over- she ,tells her girls what she wants
,law without being signed by
and based l on total assessed "valua- the new organization will takeover two Forbes, two Dicks, them to do. And she is supposed to
county. nor Carlton.
tIon ot &YJUUUUUU: means a saving the properties! of the companyon one Uo, one Duke-No 1 Gomez be''credited see that the work that Is assigned
can
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of approximately $4,671,000, in state August 15th. for her patrol is don '
an .1ar.l-one: Bill, ,some to toe with giving some of the people ot .
taxes on real estate. It is understood that. sufficient Kabblt. Just those After partol conors there is the. I
one ; with the state tax relief. His bill is just
., uut. to make up this reduction in funds have been advanced by those made up what put him on county: now becoming popular over the state! morning classes which run as: Na

the state ad 'valorem, the Legislaturehas interested in the reorganization to We haven't got high doubted Its value( tune Swimming, Nursing and First' ,
and those who have
should
has imposed eight new or additional \ meet an obligations until tnat time.I -Just one or us and he is I : are beginning to see just what It will Ala.All

;:" varieties of taxation, as follows, with New faces have been seen 'around ing that- but the 4 to "2 tnerI in the mture of the Girls have to take some 'I
mean to the taxpayers
;j ll the estimated revenue production or I the administration building and it is I good to you didn't it? :I I I Hendry county taxpayers should special class In the morning. Alter

..)' each of them: reported that these men are makinga i It was a hard fought ; (Please turn'to page 2) classes the whistle blows for a morning -. 4osea

f.; An increase of one cent in the gasoline thorough investigation Into the cost I each side Just gobbled !! aip in wmcn every gin is sup- ,

tax-sz.zzb.uuu. of operations'and the amount of IJrea 8. that came its ,way 1! 'P to take part unless she Is not :

.\,: .nciease ,cf 35 ;pe r 'nt In the money necessary to put the present not ,many either. way. There :i ,SCHOOLBUILDINGBEING physically fit. After the dip all the ,.

automobile, license t..lX--?2.5UO.uuu equipment In first class working or- have Deen many when I t I iron ,girls rush for the showers and then

A stamp tax on-documents-'?],-- were so near the same and i! the RENOVATEDFOR dinner is served which the girls have :.

UUOuuu. der.It, is also understood that some of was 3 and 2 which 'made To very wholesome foods to eat. Then

A tax on intangibles-$750,000. the largest creditors have. failed .to interesting but I hit a triple : Tax- I I canteen is opened where the girls can iI

A tax on the gross receipts ot public ,conic into the new organization. Just a minute that may be Once If OPENING DAY I I uuy stamps, envelopes, writing paper:

.t. utilities to bge paid, or course. what they will gain is not known at anyway and when the smoke 3)o I i I fourth l I, etc. Candy can be bought twice a

by the people?500,000. me present time but from all indications 1 was on third and It was a : made I[ week. .

I A taX'on cnam stores ana ou SIOCKS: :: it would seem that by not triple orror. on Lake;: t i I had no All Class Room, s Are,' men t comes rest hour. All the girls

of merchandise of all stores-$5UO,000 joining in with the new organization happened then Is what Rolls A New nave to rest [tat on their backs tor

';), An inheritance tax, with revenue they will lose considerable' their pens with me on and Dick I the Receiving haIr hour and' the other half they can

" rV uncertain, but estimated to produce equipment. tfng. fie laid it down and I ; to Law, Coat Of Paint.When do anything they want. to but taiK. r

:.... ':tt.rjrst. -$2UUUUU. If the new organization takes over "":not to mamam-just to the As Then blows the next whistle lor at-

'.'.:::;"" ,A tax on official commissions sub-I. ir you folks aren't I I \ ., at school 'opens in September ternoon classes and then Hobbies.

:I' I $1(1(1.000.) 1 that ball game we wont, to the members of the, Clewiston gran'i The special atternoon classes are:

:..1;' .' .'1'1ii8 makes a total or'new' tax' sis there win be no loss to any creai- more for you. 1 don't think i I call mar school will be greeted witn Nursing and First Aid, Nature arid
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J,. -.... : ,, revenue to be produced by the people tor. The fact that money can foo have given you a better I 1 ( aate. bright new class rooms. During the Pioneering. The girls may take sig.

t;4 .: of $7,775,000. made on sugar in the! .Evergladeswas had won) by. about 10 .to 0. to L>u.vf past week Mr. 'Small has been paint-I naIling or any other scout' work that

:',' ; .' BO, considering comparative totals. : proven during the .past grinding not nave, enjoyea, it nun I 1 : 1931 ing the interior of the local "school i they caro to,' but every girl must be -

':..*'.':"..' the people oE Florida are .to pay *!i,. I I season. and the first thing. I'd hear or mulcting I busy at somtnmg. Then comes the

rx T15,\UUU to save '.i'ltf/lUUU-VhtCh assuredly :; The new organization should have that Lake Placid didn't I { i'J3U oc; The building is lined inside with' arternqon dip which all the gins are
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: is anything but tax relief tor: ., I I in the ( is a senior we, savel,
SK I I plenty of information to guide them regular line-up or Celotex and as the walls have never I glad or. 'mere .

,, all thepeople.. Instead of .saving the I: by. The old company spent millionsof wrong bgecatiSG we aren't :I : ; win 'been painted the new paint will add to look after the girls who go. in the

t .;.;. people -lJ71,000( the net result of all;I dollars learning how to grow cano I to be that. good. Please ,i I ;: that iu inn attraction ot the 'interior or tuybiiiiaing' I I water. She has 'a buddy system used .

: '1,: '.1 tti" this tax legislation is to exact $3,104- and from, this information the new that we would have score I or in. nere. nacn; gm nas to nave a swimming : .

p fl. .. '/' ':.:' 000 more from the people. 1 I company should make a :success.Florida I 'any way if they had let us I:I:
:.:\:' But the ad valorem l'ellcf'will not 1 i can produce. the best varietyof I II were good enough to allow :I ;'the! building was damaged to some exisiut the life guard b rorge goes in'; and, '
,4).'" _< in all counties In. in the world ixncl ii j where after5'she: but. This system is .
s apply probably I sugar cane i iI runs acid 'while we, were wnuui .CiLU CU me vrunb.ut: i-- comes .

:ti"\t"; : :'.... .-:. .' comparatively. few of them. It will the crop is handled properly it should( i lour they' only took two.' : .I low i building to show- dark spots. This has I II to make sure t that' all 'the....girls'wTu?' ...

<_ .. apply, in some or tile small counties: I be a financial succ ss. Tho future of I good sport for ou1 Asses I*detracted the interior 'of the bulldfiip.,. .go In come out 'again. ,, ,. .
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,_: t. .. which will profit by the'reallocation. 'the sugar business .is foretold it wiT;1 1I I JLJICK: WOOKS wen. i callC I Ii but the but with the new cdat of paint tno : '' Then supper Js served, alter supper .

:}, ''of the.Pl sent gasoline' tax: In the'i .: not die, sugar will. be. manufacture' I II j i robber. last time and :didn't I : cut tne'!""Interior"will. greatly- improved. :1 the girls who are in... the' .supper. "pS,... ;.

' : larger w counties, which 'Itaya. been depI'iyed ( -'I here, and the business! will grow from:;: but there' is two "more"' ''Taxes. : slave (t?. a istbn/ 'local member w trot have "the'supper dist.ies 'to' wa" :; \:.n I ,

; of their just shard: ;ot tills : year to year. Confidence in this future tore the cnarm starts 1 do, with the-school board, coupled ''with Dr. IJ.I The oft0geiner het girls gb 'Balking or' gr'b1! ..

; revenue: 'b:)' the reallocation, it. will t has. alroady been proven by,r' way Lefty lets him catch 1 I r W. Ezelle has been selecting teach-- until tine torlIj'P'.' &as li.c: ,

,... ,: be "'necessary in most cases, t to increase -' i\1r. Dahlberg'' and he will carry on ':: o" the balls around, second j 1d'.sup:: ers for the coming school.:term..From ; Eacli nighf a different flalfol\ ..

:, ,. the. county ad valorem., levy. regardless> of what}) the. new organization ."lets' nini throw to first .copies, all information the "next school, year I camp fire.The liatrol l'ei; er's"'duty'.is
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'J f.'" wiuca nicruuKu: must ue' JJaJaultl.I does: I" : so the :should be one of the, most successful fb'sce that her patrol
"somebody running.. This: ma I '
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Plailii tar tiieevening.
.t n ; iust the decreased .i. I entertainment a'
? state levy ..,... lee) so 'good he goes over no\y. in tile history or Clewlston. ''
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give
Ip. Hillsborough; "' county... t \O'; Loki: .. ;PANAMA' : ?;''CITY Improvements i I I Letty out J3y' atc ling.'one. .'-- : I la iou, Tne school grounds nave ouen.Koin Alter the patrol lias .l1
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..\ ty Jommlssioners{ have already notiueij made I to Brewer's Drug Store !build-( ( I" of- in perfect conlition during the -sunt. :i its enl rt in'n1entga'm s" IJ .
gotten lostjii '
.nave
; .reno's. 'time tor !d
I. : ".. the public,. that.because or tne ',In"I. '. ',r Some petiple ,votild''call" that %.. ..' .xner-,month: Clewistonboasts' of one; and songs are smfg"until nines i
UtSfj ;of accustomed' revenue throughKasolln.e ; .1 r ;.' :' in the :'bed: THe 'whistle b1'o\vs"'five m3 t tj:
: ; but it toots! lUve: Jick .. 1 : : :: : :.....: .'. or tne- imest'scnooi mnmings ; I I"couiTIy day .
. f .. tax rea.llpcatipn 0- it, will' :be. DADE ..CITY :- .W.-.H. .DimeryoVpenea .;-:-"ine. AVfiat'if1'. We had.t lost .t I ; i and its grounds are conceded before Taps Taps ends. a perfect -

: = : r iieccssary.-to!: raise'the county .atl'va- ( :-plumbing and 'cJair'\ sln 'ss 'home: run ana the scor&. 4 '. 'J' LILt: .iIiuw: ....... : ._1 Ul lilY HI tug IUUU- tor tne girls at camp marge i ureis.

. :_ i'/iorcm. rate five or !six mills if the in building formerly occupied by' stead Still in our favor, : !c sCr.- '.-

I ". : ; nert ase here is six mills, the real oaks: Grocery:' and Market on Seventh thing remains O. K.. I .,. tyA complete' list of the faculty for Court of Honor '
'. TFROSTPROOF' of the
; estate taxpayer will have ST. station in the Court of Honor is composed
a net reduction I Oh yes before I. forget it, : next year will be published me
.y, .of only two mills, which is the contribution. It will I; News next month.: Dr. iSzelle, local patrol leaders t ,. the director 'and

,; very: little reH r. :So.:: the HI1ISIOro"u 11 Improvements I getting some more i' Ave. trustee, has selected the tea'cners, aha counsellors. The patrol leaders are

ax payer,, saving two mills in his ad f1a(.' ; to store room 'pccupled by i speakiiiK for the whole :1 plane .".'" 1", :H'.ntpl. hy. the"; a.thn fo1\rrJ !stiiipo" 't'v.'hrni. ..III Ideas of wnat
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, PACE TWO 'J .HII TO.M NEWS, CLEWISTON, FLORIDA :
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i t<, '.- THE H FWKTftN NEWS\ en's The program.Stato Beekeepers'. I

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meeting
will hold an annual
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special program tor beekeepers. Best
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: -- 1, 1927, at the Post Office at at 1 Wednesday, August .: : ; tI! .I ; i; :;,;'., '81 :c;,. -7r: m ,' '' '
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'Clewlston( Florida, under! the Act of;, and a meeting of' the Lake :!jj;; li : ; : '!r : : .'..-.'rj. ..j. !,,.;;;.'..;. ,.1:... ..:;? r.,, .;;\\1I,;.!!...,I.i.9J, .. .. ..:.:. ,?;/i;:'' I tt..:;.. .. 7 'St "
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.. March 3, 1897. I'oultry Association will be @1!;1 ;:IiTI:,; :: ; ; ;;;.!;.! ); ::1' : ; J: :'>;'l-"' ';! (::::::I, .:;;jU:\ i".t'..., .. l' "

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Advertising rates furnished on appli : fit {t :' '":: : >;;'M.r ":
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: Clewlston, Florida. Editorial ana Advertising taxes will be paying his 1') ''!' .x:.. ",. ::,.f.'' .L 0 ''': : !:';::Jii'oI' : :::;?iil:;' ::;:;//, ;:1 I
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varieties of .. ",Llf::' ,. ': '..:..: ;J7::. '. :ii.IrZ";!: : ;' .viP" :. 1":' ,' '
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339 imposed by the' same .j )' :-. .rtlr. ..\._. ". .::.... -:":i ..'.:.:... .F-.o==-;=\'J-Jfl-f'v-=,,'$rt ili) ?I::!! 1\:1):fr.t { ,.
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:..' .. :PUFFS FOR GOMEZ: liei.I Vv'b : I $hFi': : : ;;:;, ;
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The late Legislature has : t: :J \ 1 9.tjw; \ -,,
,1 I made the automobile the "goat"- ..!:.' :. .t."J ....\.. ...:,:rrf11.,1.. .. '. ......_.. I '' !!: '", ,:., 1 1lii. -
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k. Key West', whose. fight against' tiieclgaret tax enactments under the 1l1 I ,..H';.' :,.,",.I '"_'. &, '..;-:...:'-r--,_.:n.:M. :._:.!ii.I..t.=_. ,"l...:.,;,;.'J.}'"!. '. .........;.-". .:::'':'''"-"'':\..;.;...,;..,...-.j.'!-IIrn"-;ft'u':: ;:,;,f'1
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license and gasoline taxes, the
: tax bill before the senate n-
vehicle will pay 84 p'er'cent of, the JOSEPHINE B. GiBSODirector :
and taxation
nance committee yesterday
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tal revenue of the state. This is Home Economics Menus
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SundayAnd
? probably had much to do with I 41jiJiesc
course, from any standpoint of 11. J. heinz Company : : "
; me untavoraoie report given tne Din .;.. ;
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r,.,. by the'co mlttee. \r"I\ reason means' that or economics the motor car i 1deren owners 4 PLATE of creamy, ; : ; : ct 4 1 .1 Enjoy a Day of RestBy '

Senator Gomez, already known as home-made candy adds a "
operators of the'state more
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pay
a brilliant orator, rose to new heights to the afternoon or evening
$21,000,000, : a year, and that }' '' II I J
party that Is hard to equal.
\ as a convincing speaker when he !
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:; placed facts and figures before the !' will stand at the top of the list of oven the tho grown-ups enjoy : : I :;; :i ; : ;: ; f::;; I'.; r.:' '1l. I I' '
states in the' average tax cost per' kettle' after the candy is :; ; : ': ;: : !: ::::; ;;; : / "' lfl'' 1 !g .. rtf

:.S committee yesterday. I and in the gasoline tax rate-a Yes-making candy: at ; I ':;, ;. %r. :.:;:t{ if J 4::1 jf:; : 1; 1 j.H l -.r,.. ...... "

t- Senator Gomez has the ability, as will great fun for all the family.- :i-;'::;!",,::. ,' -;: ,? frH;" :':: .-."; ': i.', ;,:, .:J r. f't"'V)! {' Li 1111 .. .. ,
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: well as the appearan of a true tinction which we fear, cost serving it to' your. guests ,. ; ;\ Hf.i;; : {'; '" ': : ..t .: :I> # >h'hij1J -- I.r',.. ,......... _' .
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state a great deal in the loss of tliem delight, too: : .i! \\\i\ :::!f::,jjf,;,; t: f t iJ\-: \: :.: 1 /:-. r.,1 (iL 1J' .r. I'it.IIfj'{: .....:. :=;> '
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:statesman. He is'a veteran o f several tourist: Below. .are, recipes for < f..fi':' ;r.;:?; ,,";j". 'i 1i-i." .- jJ...,? t J. ':q : tor business. The : ;;::!.i'ir'i:::: :}:.:' J,,; :.t. l'f: ;.., r Qj.i: '! .: r'rt.r.: ;< 1"1'J'; 1, g..i
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I 'sessions and it was'inthe l'J17 session 'of dcl\cldu\ i home-made : 11..i" ij\\; ;':":;,-;!/ ,, ''.' \ /t.q-;: : ,..; ',-:: ',', : 1
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' that he firmly established' himself tax payments of automobiles 1 15 Some are simple enough for :; ;\\j ('ijH; '[::1: .;;.. fiif7f. ; fm tLt '::/} : $ '!{tr2i/: la! 1\'ll' :!' ; mz:' f

( ly 5OOOO'OO'a year, while the childrcn to make for t ; ..;:.....;:";-..::..:.:;.::!:,:.i.t::. ..!,:. ;' ''I(:'' t :;!:::':"::::i'i'' .! :..; : .' 'r I" t?'1:;,,1( ;11!;,.' ''- 1' -.r ; .... I, .
- ] as an orator. Many wilt"remem.-' creased taxes Imposed an while others :you will enjoy ] ; :!,;;';'.- ;!;!;:':::" : : r 1'p; ::!!:,., I.' ": ;' .,. ". '. ',:, !:..!I.', 'Ii. '! l... "' .- /'irr.o.".; .r
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:: ber that a young attach was A. W. out yourself even though you if \ :: : r"F'! :
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i : u. LI. one mornig of that session. lie classes of tax payers'and upon not have made candy for a ) J ? r : J ; \ 1trK31lti; I\\ .: ': ;: wjb5t ;

eral Dusmess" total only while. ) .,, .\ : ; ..
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hustling back lie was: ; : .r: i :
came : Just as Give both family and l ::;;,ij\\\:\\:\) }fi 1it1V Ji ;;;;; :, :: : t r'; ;
year. The loss of ready cash your ,, ': Ii: i; i. Zll\ r /.t.U' i; k'b \.- ( ;:]); :(
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about to be found ; : !!': ,
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friends 3n.unexpected treat : .. 'L : .

r&-.. .::,.. out that the attache had been. in.. accurately from "The! fourist estimated business but It cannot will with some of these : ft. t.-p0j: : '::!:'=.':1"........:-:,,.r.'lj\...\..?(,."}'.}.J.1,". rto,'"."l \.7ff,: '1i1i.: : ; -e''.;:..}.,>/.".,,7't..j' ': .'.!: '.....1..ti:..;..,!.'. 'I',.'t"...2f r::=}"_:'.M' .,
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lights: ... .: : 'f.t.: ,(:.3.:! : '; '
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f; : Jacksonville to be examined as._ a !: ; ; 1 \ ; '' : 1 ': : _}'t I: I t
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:- volunteer in the officers training info' the, hundreds of thousands. Peanut Butter Fudge : : ; '/4- f''f; ;'r.:::'i'i'tit: ,:iJ. "'--It'L'7:. i'7,1: .i'r"'I"; :' ,d-,!. 4 I:;;I ,,\'t')-';"''_.:""" .' \9.I',;..iI,<. .

:..: : corps in preparation lor services. sons wjio m'ake own'and drive cars Afarsh'ttnllorL'. cup l cup broiri- "while l 5U:;(,::\ ; ; ;* ". C Vi t fm .'!iij }o'j.} ::'; Mi-:: < jMl ;\\y.\ 2!:::..
tnes a large' part or r .... .
up ; ,
cup mill: :2 tablespoons ccon !)' : 'J.PJJ.. .). ',1 ,:.. ::3.f : 0(... : r
he did tea ms :
overseas. not .
What :;II ,
tablespoon: Pure Vinegar 1 tcp.p.1 \ J" 1 t1: k' :N .J Ir 1"hof
1st travel-will be inclined to l ; ; \ i; I II' :-
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'colleagues about, their haste i in ac -1 la; 18 marshmallows, cut In ; ; .' : : ; a-'f1'\11: ,>.>.1l A'k '! r1;Jt:.
; clear .of a stare which places c.:p Peanut: Butter. ;:t1r,1\ ti'"I. I
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I' '.:. Ing. on the abolishment) of an absent ; j:!IEi; r I ;;. : I i4 "-- -
: that class of taxpayer 84 per Mix sugar, milk, co-n: syrup ; : _: :: ::h'f;: ; Jyi:.. 1.r; .i.E: : :aji'S"4... ) ."::. .. ;.i"fI1ihim -- 4t
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: attache
without .
first out why
:: finding vinegar. Boil to 2r:;iJ dc .
: .- the support or the 'state ;; : !tr1; \ W. ? j.!fi-'i: :4g e '1'
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., : he was absent could be written on the soft ball stages Remove, -- -" -
and Which outdoes all other. fire, cool. and add Peanut : ; ;
\": a postage stamp i in box-car type. And "
-. the taxation of motor cars. marshmallows: and vanilla. : J08EPHIXD B. GIBSON ;jli.n ..
''',ic : the attache' .held his job until ne :We ,.cheerfully grant tha t until: cre rny. Pour inc' a j Cold Cuts of Me':t-Slices of Ham amiI

?.<.: was called for service for his country- I pan and cut in squares.Matin l Director, Home Economics DC1)t..- I I Cold. Lamb. from; Dinner
were forms of taxation II. J. Hclnz '" '
many CU7n.l1W11
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pao"IIfIt: SnliilF ;
me gentleman irom west is r-3 *'*P' svf'rt 11 .f! 1 -f I; ; .
41.t = n.ey Prrllne .
:: posed during the three sessions j traspoon I -', !'f Cijci'mbtr P'thl'isi .
f\: the author of Senate Bill 12XX: White Vt"ejr.r: 2 c'ips granulated su ; : I .
would' have proved more IIf: 11 Hi ,Qjfinr-t JciIy! ,
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', cup msple; syrup; 2 cups broken CUN'DA meals should: by iianned! "
: before
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Th'passed! by the senate and now ChiiJ.f--l Cu : f'il-
ttifit > .
walnuts. ;
than some of those finally ::! that '. ; JT '.
r the house. This bUt would' permit the! Add th; vinegar slowly to the : very .carefully, so they may Tea \
in other words, be then 1 d and : .. Include attractive and nonrislii.i,' I
we, may a << sugar maple syrup. .,'
; payment of delinquent state ana until bluntled, :1'd cook C -H.f't.1; : :ovt rOIi..lG OJ' i\.d "
( : thcroug2ily :
t foods, and yet will not force you to
with the thought that it might : : "
whim a lid n until !'"tyft'-::: melted. : :; [on are siio nnd ST f.i'l uutoustcdairl :
i i?': "' county taxes over' a five year period been worse The people of the cover' vnd !lull' rapl<.:;* to, tne :;:;.:. : li spend too much. time "in.he kit
t ,so long as current taxes .are paid.jThe j rt:"e. TfV' froM fir r.-'h ce/. !. : ; ; V. : chen. I i' KCovur, with) a ..i ll-oe ci toa.r.' vtatn
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must be thanRtnl'for' their ll! Emocth aiU $
u > sad-c.riy- id 4:, Breakfast; of'course, should be-n "
r -" bill, .if passed, would bring partial was"j Drop: o'rc on UL-.C.-I paper from : : J a s<:6 ,'}-fuhr 1 cT 7crTTop '
from other b and of i rather substantial meil l''to ti'Ie: .
burdensome 7_ '
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: of n spoon. .: : with a fc.l'"d of Stufpi 'Sp&11Olh.C' ( : ;\ ,
.5' tax relict and also result in a' sive taxation to those members ClIpS "h'O the family over until dinner: hich and place "trip{ .*oJl olivoarouud
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Divinity I'Kdgc _.
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', 'r.. material increase, in the income or #!.Ji : is served rather; : kite in most house the tdge.JrccL .
both houses who were classified .o vnip, ; H cup coH!; t''ttcr' 1 te-rno'-n : ; the I
holds. For main feast, am
:: tne 1 tr.aSPMJj' t: I
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money from property already on ,. Tr"r I"O' :
the administration and its /inecar; 3 e;; "v-Utz: ; 1 cap aa.jj v suggesting roast leg of lamb, since ; : : ; tCA'tJOOl tu".;' ttP ,
' tax: books. It is a good bill,_ well Mir sugar syrup:; water irJ \ ,:P'O.1 y.p.-.k:I =: 3 tiblc.p-jrs: ?t\: '.'toe-:
most flrd roast mere .
( .... thought out and .with a aenuite pur seeking adherents: as "obs .jr,. CooK s ouJv., without; : : : > < women a leftover fav; ="4 o p Purs\ : l1OJ:.''
S. and
practical on : Hay, the
: ists. Mix thi* salt, ansi: paprika
state sninr
The owes a great -i til II forms a vciy 1 ft:';-i, :
.- -pose.. Its passage would relieve. part lamb ecu be sliced and served add auu on,
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I to these men who, although ;rittio bJl in coM \\ -tet. ; ? together, /Ins.= .i. a"'L
";". or the necessity' tinding' new sourc-1; dually o"er' st'dy l.eted1: !:; !; : cold for supper: the sane night, or beat: thoroughly.. !: Or, put aJ] the
hopeless minority, stood their into \
made treat
a say pie or insredlenis, into a glAss ja:.
. or state -Tallahassee jtoa, and Lent until crtamy: :
es. .. revenue. .
,- to :the last against, ,a riot of new "ft. and vart'llfx' A ltUo n'r' > ': -- hash for Mfnd's! rlirtr"7 screw lid 0:1 tightly and haKe-
/ lJ mocrat. I' You will b pnerl to find how
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enue and who 'insisted, vainly It 'ct may bo added, if :l I thoroughly.' : '
easily and quicly Ill\ f'.a ma: P. : 2 l .fhl brow'lo
---- Caramel. 'I Fro.ctinq : cups : .., ,.
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'J' ,true, but none: the less valiantly I. sl..n! here c:'!i Vo p"- "-:'''-v :1! I C'u ': (! -: ;,
: Depression Hits Cigarettes ? tabepoor.s: butter; 1 m;..cvn .:ttlclt: .
measures of worthwhile economy.A your, faintly.PJ! bo; sure to likeS I
1 I ,V;'1l? Viir ar; '," taspoon:: :-.lt.
review of the Legislature } by all who knew her. No them, too! Mix in "' ('dfcnts'to cthe:' and
Cigarette production showed a drop I alo*.,'1 to boil, keeping: tit!
be incomplete without reference in the Glades will know :' 1J1P1LKFAS2' bicj: } a
in June, for the first time since women [ !M on th' pan. Cook] to the solt:
the tact, that, committed prior to kind deeds she Or1t',1(1 .iC'" "flrt ii'r I
fonr
: and girlS'earned to smoke. There' ball: oti'-e wheii a fcvrcpi! ; ::
vening to of strict and information passed with friy: ) ':"': ,ii--f, Lall 235 dcfirees
I a program 1'J:::; e-'t In co'd v atcr,- -
mubi oe a reason. out we naveu She' R'ce' FMtrj'nti'1 I'd h /Jl1/ .
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sparing reduction of expenses, it of Aunt Polly. in ; F.)* Cool acid vanIlla! anlbo
: ISuttrrcd Toast
seen the figures on: lipstick Sctivi-j sparing .reduction. or expenses, It of her many kind deeds. .:. Creamed" Egys Crbt an !... 't .un'ilcamy.! If the frosting
ties. Maybe the, fair sex are speilu-j: bc"Tncf:! stilT while spreading, add
little praciaicauy an 01 ner li--" Curls
'ery in that direction. Two Crifp n a few drops of hot water.
their .
ing money in that direction. '
: nor offices were abolished, but .: far Tfuinanity.Funeral Mrs CoflcvDINNER Potato ami EDO Salad : b40 3c

was. no consolidation or abolition services were'' held $1UU- '- t.tN'. iut In..cb1 :>:\10:1, choree: CIT
'Don't Eat In, Dirty Places the body was intered at the 1 ,> tbro; -:. s.lt, 'a teispaon p.iprr.: 3
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'departments or bureaus, no
b'ci 'c 'cScpd: tess, chopped; 3 tablespoons,
tion in superfluous Circuit Courts, cemetary. Fall bearers I Canapes r r C""nr' rf Pen Soup ch'-r.cr.i parsley. '
In emphasizing the importance off Hull.! James L. Taylor, Stuffed Spo*>:.*!Ji {":!'<>!i :Mlv potatoes, onion, salt and
suspension! of unnecessary new ,
and marinate in French
paprika
wholesome food and the prevention H. L. Reeves ''and Sam Roast ECl! of Lend Citrra'tt JcllvPimirnln .
building.. Long before the session Rrml"rr! Pan.7tSIro'oi .<; D-essIl1! Chill. Just before scm-v-
or lood poisoning, the Public Health
ended the majority; of the Le : llev. Carlson of the .Meth Ar J'rrre,1 C" rots t'r.: acId I'-XFS; parsley: and enough
Service says that when eating in hotels -: ,,. Sa'ad
hire backed by the officiated. C.i n'n. n"d l C(! 'rv Mivomanp Dressing to
restaurants or other public Kelatives and friends from all Salad iV'Vz r"wh Ding' moisten well. Pile in .crisp lettucepups
its
places one can never bo sure that the I Ilood I dropped "economy" _as slogan state attended the services. Ice Crfim. Di'fl's, F"r-7 C-lc ii+t7i fld pimlsh with strips' of rod ( .. 7-'"
adopted "more revenue and For Caramel Frnitine, r>r TF/r.n' Ca* ou'ifIt nr green p{'\rpor, ('))1' thin slices of '
is properly cooked and handled) 1"'t'H
Cowrntt'roomer nht"khl S 'eth prldi-
taxes. In this lies the ::: ; \ .
in a sanitary manner but some degree failure of the Legislature to earn Tax :::; C"ll f'P. tlrEnl': dretrg: ; :, .if der.;r d.

of assurance may be obtained. '
314,000 which the people paid a -
oy eating only in those places wnicii It. Bill Becomes

to outward appearances are clean

una wnere sanItary cleanliness extends (Continued from page 11 '

to the toilet facilities provided. AUNT POLLY rMih WJl _

If no .provision Is made tor proud of his efforts GENERAL ELECTRIC,

guests to wash the hands It is sale PASSED AWAY AT fact that the 1931 taxes

to assume that the' kitchen and dinIng nced and tho taxpayers can REFRIGERATORS, RADIOS &, SUPPLIES

room help are not provided with years to catch up with. their ,
C. E. STEBEL DEALER
tills necessary adjunct. LABELLE I This bill should encourage '

commissioners to reduce ': For Glades, Hendry & Upper Glades

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SIX tKUANIZAi'It3r'S TO .. millage as much as poss, '

HOLD REGULAR MEETINGS Funeral Services to encourage the taxpayers to RADIO SERVICE *
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DURING FARMERS' WEEK ,present taxes.and. catch up --: V
At Fort Denaud '
back taxes over the five Pahokee Theatre Building' "

GAINESVILLE, Fla.-Six organizations Monday.Aunt .

of Florida. farmers and .farm One of the most notable : Pahokee, Florida.

women will hold regular meetings the new law I Ja that all
( ) Folly powers, yi year
during the ruth annual Farmers' must be paid' in order: to
citizen of LaBelle and one of the
Week. at the University here August e of. the delinquent
i est/CTtlzens: in: tula section of *
1M4( the, If fail to
presidents of these asso.1 you pay;, your:
died at LaBelle Sunday night. __.__ ____ -iii
ciations -
have annonnced., Visitors are' taxes you forfeit,. on the : : .
Aunt Folly as she. was known : .
to attend the nt tne
regular functions of in tax payments and '
practically person
every
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F"LKS
Farmers' Week( and Bpecial' time'has'' ''has; served a useful life. the back to the state. U CLEWISTON

I been set! aside: for the association I I here early, life on the CaloOB I I The .act' automatically, ; will :

..jneetlnga.' ,: I I river In the days, when the, when the governor allowed a THE HOTEL IA-MIAML: '
The ,State limit to without I
Dairymen's Association ruled the 'part of Florida, that la I[ : : expire \ .
win: mfret on Thursday, August 13: ,i r vetoing the measure. .
I 'envied by most of the United : Miami Florida: > : :':'. '
which, has been.. set. aside as dairy It was through her care, and I .. ,.. :..> '. : I.,: ,"; t.

day A program' ': .' .
covering the entire that: many men were .nursed, D C ]I WEST PALM BEACH- .WtOyOU.; :: : r
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day -has' J>een pet aside, ,for demonBtrntkms .,, I, : .
life after being wounder or Iurr of dog track and other

and talks by successful. I from typhoid fever which ::' nts''''.Belvedere Park by,
dairymen and, flpee allats.: : The venjihotel in the.&ou
} t tins, courilry:. at ',tbat time. I l ael wm total aoout tli\> most perfectly
.Tin :State .ConncH.:,for' Senlon Home ." .. .
Dw !r Aunt Polly went about, her 'Wo I II' i ..to announcement.. '"
mstratkm Work will hold KBsnrnml 1 I Storage street 'Eutopean
R Christian pIan
across
i I'' woman caring for: space
,
mHUnJt FrWay morning,. Ao- 7eE, :: ,E'xten
i> and ttfTrnlnisterlnr to, the I PANAMA CITY v., '. ':t
lt 14 in
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connection wtth the wom ferUt .
Bho lived a useful life and nt being ;made to:

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j FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1931 CLEWJSTON NEWS, CLErVIS ON FLORIDA '_ J' 4 PAGE THREE,

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r ::. '= =::= :: :: : = = : =c : :: ::: ::::=:- =: : = :: :: :- good afternoon like last'' :Sunday.: not stick and there will be no smoke

.- I \' Watch us-help us-win 'em. or odor,, _

CCP' Cold V/eather Salads ,. I tI _1

/ t to, Whip cream Kapiaty: wrap) mo

.:. =- ;;;LClZ? YC/ i -- I I Evelyn 4 Hare Tells I jar in a wet sprinkled with sa it.

t7 About_ Camp Life Keep close to the Ice for a sbort tiruo

before whipping. Add a pinch or salt!
I' 369Mr. _. ., .r.3m-1:: l Yf :r i c '
:Mrs; L. A. :Morgan, Jr..' hunt ::1=n: 1"r to the cream. "-. *"

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r To Extract Nutmeats Wnoic: Mo
and Mrs. D. G. Alston made a i I s.uinnilughlle: the chaperones, Mr.: : *
II their girls would like to do outside crack nuts properly, soak J In salt water .-
Miami Wednesday 01 I I aim Sirs. J. li, Alltianus, MIS. u.u.. I :: l:7.-':! 7 fff-au1 f rvr: .i+ "iiiiii !i: r
business trip to riiL. of the scout activities aireauy
-::::: i i over night., Crack on the end'wth
llarc, 1l'S. J. F. Tippey and Mrs.v. Sii.iil.-r
last week. r ;
C. llooixur; prepared a delicious pic- "si a t.::.. : .. '
7T3 J:7J.f.1: : sellors either K. their veto
.1tTT ::11'fiir. 1 I. 1 ; 'V.L.'t'.I:fr I II O. plans or whole. Salt brine'improves the flavor.
spending this *:ju supper alter wnicii the iMity mo-* '%: i'A'l
Herbert Elate is
: .. them and if they are O. K. then To Handle. Fish Easily. To present
in Lakeland. \ (lured to Fort Myers and enjoyeu'wincing > P I II
week %, '*" iuu uay is VIUUU U. nsn from slipping, tnrougn the img-
casino until a late ri-H ,
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Some of the plans run like this:
-' ers lip the fingers in saU.A'
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Dr. J. W. Ezelle returned last week: our Hunt.
fa.i/:iiA -s: Monday afternoon: Treasure
!after a three weeks' vacation spent .Misses: Frances Tippey; Ruth Knout I r J, ><-ijclmW Monday Night: Room Competition. To 1 Remove Fish Scales: 'I' remove
I -$' !
with relatives in Uraceviile, *'ia.> ants ftoncile) Stone_, Frances Monroe, Elizabeth --- n. ?;; Tuesday afternoon: Hike to the fish scalss easily first pour not .!saltwater
.. 'rTheir
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'", Lancaster, Dorothy Ueam, Doris u nu' -- over the fish curl
points In Georgia. Lighthouse and have supper. until scales ,
________ !'torton'or Miami beach ana uoDoy .
remove at tins
the lengthwise point Next
Split scrape rapidly.
Health PropertiesAre eggs ; Tuesday' night: Candy Pull. : ,
: Mr. and Mrs. L. N. :smith::; ana flare, Campbell Wall, Dr. J. v. .azeue the yolks. To ,the yolks add the Wednesday( afternoon: Boat trip. wash in cold water. tl
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; motored to A YOIl. Dr. Black, Van Cothern and Henry Required other ingredients and mix to forma
daughter Nancy Winter Diet paste. Refill the whites and serve Mr. McG imnes, who owns a fishing To clean sinks: etc., : sinks ana
smith will bo a Story.
i'ar1undar.. Mrs.. \ I on' lettuce or cabbage leaves with park at Jupiter, takes all the girls a? drams can he kept clean,.from grease
:
guest 01 her mother. lor several weeK I are particularly desirable mayonnaise. camp on a' boat trip ten miles, down
and disagreeable: odors by CflHJmi;
Mrs.: Charles Adams and Mrs. J. U.ttIlLla11iS SALADS
before returning home. entertain for the winter diet. They Stuffed Dill Pickle Salad the Loxahatchee: river once a week. hot salt brine through tnem'SlreiJ; or

I win witn a uouo not only serve to whet jaded winter 6 dill pickle; J/4 cup,chopped celery The girls are all fond of him. twice a week. To to- their:
Mr. and Mrs. Cart lierner and Party :Saturday: night honoring Mrs.llams' appetites, but they supply many : 1 cup finely :hrcdd* cabb-.ce! ; The week on with something restore
I Important health-giving propertiesnot 2 tablespoon* chocped green pepper, passes original whiteness enamled Datntuos
to re. Miss Pat Dolan or '
expected daughter,
Carlien I I
daughter, are '
( .i cup mayonnairc. new to do each day. There are : J
usually present in cold weather and wash bowls beConToyellow
: which have
turn : after a two weeks visit Atlanta and Mrs. Allhands nephew. Cut pickles In h lf lengthwise and
Sunday I I all day hikes, hikes to tne ngntnouse. : ,
fare.Although wash, them: with salt ana tnt"pentine.a -
with relatives. in Georgia. Mr. billy Cressey of Peoria Ill. Each! fresh green vegetables scoop out centers. Mix celery, cabbage beach, etc. At night there are tacky
guest will be dressed to represent a are not readily available at this green pepper and mayonnaise n',
season, the needed colorful salad ingredients to elher. Add removed pickle centers parties, candy pulls, costumes parties -
'Mrs. J. K. Baker and guests, Mr. hobgo and will ask for supper from may be obtained In a : finely choppcJ. Flu! pickle ''and' popularity contests. To Clean 'Stick'' Tins:' Fill the tins

I and Mrs. 1.. Knopf, Mr. W. A. Lancaster ditreient hones, number of effective and tasty!: sub- halves with (be mixture and arrange So you can hardly blame the girls before, using with cold water nnl'adda (
I motored Palm Beach stitutes. two on a !ed of lettuce or
to West ; salt.
back handful of } Alter they stand l
for, wanting to. go each y.ear'and
for :
For example, the tender inside cabbage leaves serving
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Allen and children -
wcanesaay. I leaves of cabbage are an excellent staying when they get there. for several'hours', rinse with cold. water ,i
returned last week from a two Potato and Pickle Salad and ; :<:
substitute for lettuce. The greeneryof nothing win stick to tnem.
'<: JK", Haler, W. A. Lancaster and weeks visit with relatives in Georgia. summertime vegetables may he 1 quart cold cooVed potatoes, diced: ; HINTS TO' HOUSEWIVES

11. .' I. Knopf. spent Thursday in ,Fort My: supplied in winter by several kinds 2 ounce tablespoons bottle: sweet onion,pickles crated;coarsely, 1 slx- : --.

ers on bu$iness. Miss: Ula Jacobson lett Sunday tor af pickles, which contain needed ,chopped; mayonnaise to moisten.
a carbohydrates, vitamins'and min ; SALT IN' THE KHUHETJ PRINCE
Boil with skins and
,- I .t Tampa where she will visit her father eral salts. potatoes on THEATRE"i
allow to cool before peeling Peel ,Y
'Mrs. W. C. Hooker motored toy for two weeks. Among the popular; simple win potatoes and cut into small dice. Many uses for salt in the kitchen, .
PAHOKEE FLA.
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West Palm Beach Wednesday on ter salads are: tried .
Add onions, pickles and sufficient other than seasoning! have been "

business. 'Mr. and Mrs. Aguar and daughter .. Deviled Egg Salad. mayonnaise to mo'sten! and hind ingredients and found helpful. the. nousewlfe.. THE PICK 0' THE PICTURES' ,..,.
I C hard-cooked_ eggs; H! teaspoons Serve In a nest of lettuce :
Jean were guests of friends Invest. I butter; 1 teaspoon cream; 2 tablespoons To remove Burnt, Odor: Salt.
leaves, and '
or cabbage garnish -- -- r SHOWING DAILY
Mrs. K. U. Bu ny and_ of West'i'almBeach faun Heacu over tne weeK-end. I mustard Tlr.ejrar; pinch: 1 of tablespoon cayenne;prepared 3i teaspoon with paprika. Should be served thrown into the! oven, ;_ ,after anything:!' -';'
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and; Mrs. E. T. Itardln.' of Quincy ', I. :salt!' very cold. ,has been burnt: will make the, odorless Show Starts 7 &' 9 P. M.PROGRAM .

were the guests of Mrs. I. H. .Stone. !Mr. Sturgis was a visitor to West disagreeable.. '

over the 'week-end.I ,. I Palm Beach Sunday. --- ; .
,' ." '" When Frying Fish: Sprinkle little. '.
grinding season should start at least _.
I I Cane ,Breakers Win
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salt in the skillet before placing' tho.; ; .' ,' -
!.. G. Alston' 'made a..business trip uir. and Airs. i. ivuopr, L1r.'Y.. J1.. thirty days earlier this )'ear. ('
fish in it' to. fry: and it .will: not stickto AUGUST 2 &. 3 ,
to West Palm Beach'Tuesday.Dick From Lake Placid :
Lancaster and children, Mary ana All indications point to one of tne I ,
'. the skillet Lois Moranm.r 'Harold Murray
tti:;tit!,. agd Miss Elizabeth. Lancaster largest crops ever grown on the properties '
White, Dick Hooks and A. L. For baking Pancakes: Make a lit IN .:

Hackett motored to Pahokee Sunday ofIFairraX, ..lf; vea Tuesday_ : and or the sugar company tillS (Continued from Page 1) I tie salt bag' and rub the gridiron withIt "UNDER SUSPICION" ,J t
I'will be the guests of Mf--aihl !\ rs._ J. year. With a one cent advance in the 'Ii
night I in place .of gSAItASO'I"rA rease. The cakes will .He was, under suspicion everywhere _
V of the new organization
K. Baker while here. price sugar "
were well pleased with the sway yon but In her: heart.
I! .. \ should make at least a million dollarprofit. I. --- :
1\iiss' 'Frances Monroe. and Camp.F .1' I .all turned out to see our game. Hope Comedy rox News .-RV:,

Den NaH attended the snow m itt Mr. J. White of Columbus, UaV., has I you were, satisfied.. We are. Bozarth Funeral ,..-i'. '-.)

peen vifitlng his brother J\\ w I Home opened?at 915 East Main! .:St.: .'.-. .ti
noKec :sunuaay: niguc. 1 understand that we are to play 9

White. \ ARCADIA-Schlossbert Limit Store i'anokee again next :Sunday: on our AUGUST 4 &. !5 '

Miss Betty Willits, Earl White and West Oak St., undergoing general ret own 'diamond so make it a point to FORT HYERS-New, fish house to Nancy' Carroll ',." Fredric March; :
) Mrs. Ed Butler ; visiting fries dS oe erected by South Fish! Co. on Atlantic IN"LAUGHTEK". 1
Pahokee Sunday another :
Ed Butler motored to ....... modeling. come out and we'll give you .
and attended the theatre. in Tampa. \ ( Coast Line: pier, replacing -' .

burned building at cost of $3UUO. wec'i( ..,1
-'- \ -,- A world of wealth. {or a 01love.
>? N .v" '
" Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wynn' and ciin .-and, she chooses- ,
: r Miss Elsie Hare and Billy Cresseybeach \ .

entertained at a party Thursday dren and Earl White and Ed Butler I PLANT C1TX; -: ..Children's .play- ,Comedy_' -.k, :->t, -oW__ :. .. .>.,. !News, -1

-' ': night-at,, Crescent Beacnr Fore made a .buslne8s.:';-ltrip to -fahokeeiiiesaay. : N w =? ? ToHelp You groun(I on Sam Adelson property. de- ,

The young"couples enjoyed i '
Myers. f '
cated./
AUGUST ,6 & 7'
-- -' Helen Twelvetrees-Raymoncl: r: 'llackcuisr ?
J" fertilizer and ,weeding the cane Keep Within Your Budget ; .

CANE FIELDS ARE IN ilelds. All drainage ditches have I ,

THE: TJAT CKEkI't
, I ocen cleaned 'curing the ury we.tiu- '
Thrilling, chillin g, and spooky Mero-
GOOD CONDITION er.
! drama! Cast includes many others.
i With just enouugh_ rain to keep
Comedy News
j i the cane. growing ana me weeas
'FOR A FINE CROPRain
down the Receivers have been for
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tunate in being able to cultivate the; 1.,) f
AUGUST 8
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cane whit a amaii crew 01 nieii- '.
: very
tIr An All :Star: Cast
Showers Helping All fields' are expected to be completed : 1 IN"
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1r I.: To Make One Of oy the first and the field 'men "ALOHA"Asoutll

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win be given' a mteen day: vacation. I
Finest s ,OADowEpa7wDA.iMLr1 i/ sea island picture
: Crops. During August the field equipment is .
I = I ter No. 10 .
expected to be put in sHape tor tne ::a s Cha Oswald
r ndians ,
The cane fields of the Southern approaching grinding season. By tile 'l'h'". 'artoon .4
ming. -- .:
:Sugar: Company are in perfect conal- first of September the mill crew .y Are Ct :

tion. During the past lew weeks: rain, should be at work and business will

:.: has taken on almost all ot tne 'properties begin to pick up In Clewis ton.

\: which has helped to improve- the. it is uunderstood that the new organization m..mmBM. fi :

cane. This has been one of the driest will take over the property =

\ seasons ever recorded in the Glades. by the fifteenth of August. If this .

luring the past month the Keceiv Is done be to .
:I a crew of men will put 1 'c ::: i' t

v ers nave been kept busy putting out work at once on the mill and the r .

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By JOSEPHINE B. GIBSON place in a casserole or baking dish : -

I II I I Tea for Three Director, Home .Economics Dept., with Cream of Tomato Soup poured \
Backstage I Ico H. J. Heinz Company around them. Cover and bake in

,t a moderate oven for 1% hours. = A HOME AWAY FROM HO

I INEXPENSIVE, easily prepared Sliced Beef Creole : 3 tablespoons,
butter ; fir
and dinner
-_- pound sliced dried beef; 4 level tablespoons .
h,'Jr..r v,: 'SiYR q X:J NVIJ;:J J M : vJ IJYN.... r dishes always are welcomed by flour; 2'''cups milk; 'Y cup Chill .

:::;, ;: .,,t: r' the many women who must plan, Sauce.
':r: : prepare and serve three meals a Brown dried beef in a skillet .
>rb w day for a family living on a mod with butter. Add flour and stir 1m

erate income. until well blended. Add milk and

This task may seem more than cook until thickened, stirring constantly '
usually troublesome just now, Then add Chill Sauce and S TRY OUR SUNDAY Dilim

when fewer fresh fruits and vege- seron slices of toast, toasted '

tables are in the market, so it is rolls or muffing.

f necessary to use greater ingenuityto Mexican Spaghetti: y" cup chopped m
4. i cooked ham: 1
[ keep our meals from slippinginto medium size green pepper chopped; 1 m \
a rut and becoming monotonous. small onion chopped; 1 medium can

Yet, with the skillful use of Cooked spaghetti
You and board
tasty condiments and relishes, and Brown the ham, green peppers can get a room at our

by using those foods that are avail- and onion In a skillet with a small H

able in just as many different waysas amount of butter or ham fat. Add SS will make you feel at home.CLEWISTON'tfPOPULAR .
Cooked Spaghetti and allow to
possible, we can easily solve this
problem of serving appetizing cook slowly until the Spaghetti is '

meals at a moderate cost, even during thoroughly heated. II'!
is5 l. : i '( X ..C'wd: : ,xy:' 7 p',J, 3iI the winter months. Corn Pudding: 1 znedJam se! can eJlIi
corn 1 sup mot
The practical meat and vegetable 2 ,slightly beaten eggs; Y oup Tomato
dishes that are listed. below will Ketchup; 1 teaspoon sitar; % teaspoonsalt

help you to plan interesting menus, ; '.i teaspoon Prepared Mustard, : atablespoons _.-
flour blended with 2 tablespoons

for these cold, wintry days, without butter. '

I : ------- ---:: increasing the cost of the family, To the corn, add milk eggs_ C HOT!

,:1' t' table! Tomato Ketchup. sugar salt Prepared I -

HERE are three little girls ; Casserole of Sausage and Spa7 Mustard and flour blended II

a current Broadway yr J .' r Jt! :.l. pound of sausage; 1 medium with butter. Place in a buttered 111
<7/I en.Cooked Opathtttl; 1/3 cup
succew casserole and bake in a moderate
enjoying a tweet snack > '
water; /4 cup Tomato Ketchup:
'1 between acts back stage. Sweet? 'v 4 +I i Brown sausage In a skillet oven for about 1 hour, until the .

\ Oh, yet, they say It must be pudding vote and ii firm to the
Place layer of In
a sausage a casserole HOTEL
t sweet, because Z Nr'I ; touch. ; THE WATANABE
':: scientists have J :. I Iy and cover with a layer 'of'
proved that sugar I It the quickest the and Savory Sausages:with ..BOf'JCreo 'cf
.Spaghetti, repeat using a
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acting III .
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'I ; energy foods., And tie '.
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' layer sausage Spa-, Potatoes: 'i ; ': '
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energy Is what they need, for the q ..: y. : ; : ',:
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i ghetti. Over all water and : CLAUDE DOWNSManager.XimmummmmmmnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmiS
pour MRS.
'I flatly miner .
I i .' moguls of musical' comedy have cop { ttietj; K cup TJttUbup 5
I : i: decreed Tomato Ketchup, blended together.: > ; Club vf pepper. .. ; y, '
: that the girls trt their ,:. : ; ,: :
I ., : ;:'' ; ::fsti.f' Bake In a moderate (about Brown in skillet and .i ,
: f "._ shows must have Mm, vigor : ', oven sausages ft "1"
: I( and vitality" plus. So, If the 375 degrees F.) for 30 minutes. remove to a serving platter. Pour ''Ii? "

':, Balls all except 2 'tablespoons fat from (
girls feel .a little pepless at the Porcupine Beef JJJJjfJ .
t the and -: :: ;: ::::::::; := > :: : : : = _
add' Tomato : = c
I II end of an act, they send out an round *.teak't; tmeookwl pan celery, : : :: : = =
! '. r/r $. O. 8. for a tweet. Fannie rice; tn and pepper: 1 medium can Ketchup and popper. Allow to J,
' Brice( takes her energy' straights f" cream of Tomato Boop simmer until the celery is tender, -

'I \ : 'In the form of temp ..ugu11 Mix steak with rice and and pour this sauce over the meat. .'
B -
7\ sprinkle lightly with salt and pep Surround vith creamed potatoes, .
per. Form Into small tells and camlat Trtth pander and MTve ?

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it over from different angles auu .,'. .
KEff WEEK THE
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then decided unanimously to go. Mary ..... \ .

generally agrees unanimously 10 Can YouPrepctreDinnerrf '! r \i These Crisp New Wafers '

PRINCEThEATRE Uo., whatever she wants to do. ..


Alcioat every player_ in Hollywood this week's I tiggor summer vacation that, anyhow.away Mury from and We've the 1 need"place been"a In Only Half An Ho Z F-? .1: 1 Will Improve Any Salad' J --I


has apme\ strange habit, weird notion working pretty hard, both of us, all I I


01 the or-three queer may hobby be A edited combination to .1..1.il.ircld I along I beleieve not taking it much time otr. Ann. :;. i 'I fi fi.G 1.Ii!: ir IJj:!:;\:;; .;.tHi1H;; ; ::: sm: l. ( I ; \ :tJ ..
so would do : ; :
us gocd to<<; ''i: '1!:::1i1 :: llj: : "" !/ I.\. ";.'.:;:,.!::.::!', .";;i:,:i.... ::; .. = t is
Murrayvlio: portrays tile get ,out Into something else and get ..,:::1:1:1.;,; ;jJJ: : __- (;0;: : ; ,Y; I k "' ',, :!,t ij:'!\\t:;:; ;; ;:;ijil! I-i. ,' ll"'Mf I I "
leading male role in "Under I ; :: :: ,'f""
Suspi : ,
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our minds off work ,, _..
our right on the : ;::: :; ::: / : : : ,,LI J -"., ,. ,
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1'ar north, coming -to the \;'eTheatre Last year I learned a whole lot I ."":IjW: :.;.q :H1' III.lIu :: Jr' 2:...i L.;';.,,1. ...... :;A.,,. ;,;;..jif,; ._.;. ;; .. ,r. u, rlL,. : ,
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next Sunday and Monday.r.lurrays about farm livestock, : :; rl' j: : :/. :.,; ':' : ",7"l1 .,\,, :.' '', -J' I '.'
: disease :
crops .n:. .. ., f
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tavbnte disn is narri: i and -: !I 1 !.. 'tTt.' (1.0 .I..c. ;.1 1'..(. -- ..
insect control,. pecans, I 1'' h... .. ; -- _
small! ;;R::! ; rnJ VW..I.I ;\ "4" : .. ;.AI"I; J'I --=_---=_
cooked in strong :cpffee and no wceu fruits, etc., ana there was a good bit .\ ,,. .;. : 't'ff'7., ;, ... .p .. 4'iiid1W [ :'

passes that he does not indulge him: or discussion on citrus. but 1, lon't ;: :t. !;: 1 : ....JJO.\.,. i.. I;,:: ....,;.:..,4fi}:,;;.L .. ..... ."...... !i1j.- ..!.
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get to hear all oe that.. f couldn't go I .'::.@" I!: ii 1::.".,!.:'HlnJjij:;: : : :1;...: -I;: ;:,:! :H .. .hmJmf. 1 : : !!
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feminine 'role. in "Under, Suspicion," to everything. Marylearned a wholelot I ij'': 'j'I..j" ; lOJJr I! ...,'T'.* .,:"t..;..... ; I:'IU;:::::";"ir'":;f',:.;".;. .:,,,.,,1: r r/;' '--' !!5Ii : : :!; !;! I 't., ..'
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,111cli. .\.. I". Erickson: directed. ;' ; :::. : ; f : ;E.f.; ,:(j ::; 1 -::' .;'Z'.... .
In loo'cs] how to make the kitchen ::1 hj:: : .,-! ,;1 ::;;::; \7: ; :/:; ,-, (I

more convenient and comfortable for ":: ::1i:: : ;' :.,. :- H. I,!., j h.Jflj 'R- \* pi j ::' :t.jo r : ;-4J1 If "
Tliat Nancy Carroll Is a versatlfogenius -. .' c.0-"'Ijfi": :; ,',I!" lhi1L'C: i:: : ,: :'.J I
iiei, now iu esv uuu waKe ineuv ,, : ,,,.... .!i
is exemplified by comparing dresses mid hats and how to better !..ijill; (t' .. ; L

ner was a recent sugary cnaractenzauons.sweetheart in "Honey'ana: I cook and .prepare food and how, iii to I I if( i'j'' f : f:: .t t :

harming golf champ in "Follow: prepare what they call a balanced ll :

Thru"; a tempestuous-tempered gOla dirtf. which I suppose is a series ot 1 I

digger in 'The Devil's Holiday'; and good square. meals. Mary saicl they L.o I

in "Laughter" mentioned something about nutritionand Ry JOST.PIlISE /?. GIBSON Sauce. Form into small balls and
she exhibits her
nqv bread
'h flour '
CUP :
JOSEPHINE 7J. GIBSON "
of pretending the vitamins, but she didn't quite Director, Home Economics Dcpt., brown in a skillet. Remove to a By Crisp Squares.. 1% tablespoonssugar .- ;1i
powers by enacting JI. J. Heinz Company/ platter' and place the Cooked Director, Home Economics Dept., ; 1 teaspoon salt4: ; teaspoon soda; f .
role of an unhappily married ex know what tnose things were so sne SpH hctti in the'> skillet. Stir until H. J.. Heinz Company 2 cups Breakfast Wheat; Va cup shorten "

allies girl.. This picture comes to just got the practical 'side of it that THE time spent in preparing a.. thoroughly heated, then heap in shortening ing (Yt'cup). butter and / cup S vegetable

the" Prince next Tuesday and "Wednes anybody could understand. They is not always a suita;le the center of the platter and sur- THE question of what to serve : Sift. together the flour, sugar,

... day. didn't bring in those big words very criterion by which to judge its I 7oundvith tho meat balls. Garnish salads offers an almost unlimited -; salt and soda, and add Breakfast .
ortcn. goodness or attractiveness. Meals: with sprigs of parsley and j.crvo\ field for' ingenuity and experiment -I Wheat. Add' these dry ingredients '
requiring the least time ror prom- very hot.Saiinn because there are so to shortening that has been meltedin >

uou'l choose December 25th for Another thing that interested both ration often are lust as appealing: :: and Corn Fritters many dainty, flavorful foods that % cup hot water. Allow to .. .-
This Mary and me leas the fine friend and appetizing as elaborate ones: : are appropriate as accompanimentsto stand Vt
your bgirthday is the advice ot 1 until cool l, pat about inch
pound can of salmon 1 : canned
; cup corn ..
; each And the!
More less of salad.
often,
or homemaker type success -
Helen Twelvetrees: who comes to the ships we developed there. We met a every 3 tablespoons lour: : 1.4 cup Tomato Ketchup thick and cut into equares. Bake
is confronted with the necessity ; 2 cess, well beaten 1 teaspoon salt. of any dish, of course de-f. on an ungreased cooky sheet in a.
rrmcc Incatre on Thursday ana art lot of folks who ar.8 farming and interested : for preparing; and serving; dinner Flake the salmon and add the other Ingredients Tends largely upon having the related moderately hot oven-i00 degrees

tiny in the leading feminine role or In rural work just like we in half or three.quarters of on hearths( tablespoons In. the order In listed aicll'Drop greased by foods both as attractive. and F.-for fifteen minutes.. Serve

Clio- thrilling, "mystery drama, "Tiie are. and we all just had a general hour. You have teen flotnincd l at skillet Fry to a golden brown on both appetizing as possible. with vegetable salads..
a party, met a friend with whom side!:. Serve hot, garnished with parsley. Hot muffins cheese biscuits and
flat lire "'{>&. And it uiignc! ve a VlU u'l good time together what time we :you had so murh: to talk over, or a 1 pound sausage; 1 sandwiches with flavorful, piquant Toast Rings with Toast Sticks :

able warning if there were only I were not in classes. caller stayed longer;:: than you expected Sausage. Rolls : egg; 1 cup nice fillings are especially good with the Toast slices .of/ bread on one side
Flakes
Wu' of arranging the event on ad'Tl!. I am told that the College is goingto These a'-e on1" a few of more hearty vegetable meat and and spread 'untoasted side with
niLe basis. make a separate section for the the 'many dozens of reasons that AcId egg; and Rice Flakes to sausage fish salads. Various! types of grated American cheese blended to
may arise to require hastily served and form into small cakes. Fry cookies, sweet sandwiches and unfrosted -' a paste with Tomato Ketchup.
For Helen was born on Christina'sMay discussion of truck crops and truck> meals. slowly until golden brown on both cakes should bo"served with From part of the bread cut rounds;

and she asserts that on this account crop problems this year, and will In planning the qu'ck-time! meal, sides. After removing the sausage fruit and dessert rlads. Many and then with a smaller cutter,,. -
she never does get birthday nave some mighty good mtormation the main dish-a' suitnblo meat or pour In several, tablespoons ofTfomD.to people also like chees wafers with take out the centers, Is27iiig: rings'
I Ketchup, allow to heat.and -
meat substitute often "' eris P fruit salads. of bread. From fhe
along that lines. There lot of / remaining
pr's ts. "It would seem ridiculous" are a
: problem, but it should not be. Any serve as a sauce over the meat.Scallohcd Here are tested recipes for a slices, cu .-5u tns Of bread about
says itelen "tor mends to'gn'e me truck growers in the state who will of the following can be preparedin Tuna Fish JJW? fun 2 wide variety of dellghtnil (00(1.. Jo Ni teen'wide and 2 or 3 inches

poesents' Christmas Day, and still want to bear mat, sure. an amazingly short time, and / Caked, 4 : aUh. accompany salads ofHotjChcostToasi n 'nds: long. PJace the rings and the
: tablespoons butter: 4 tablespoons
lot have, them Christmas gifts. And My extension calendar says thatFarmers' will form the "back-bone": of most flour: 2 cups milk; 1 teaspoon salt; or Wafers : lengths of bread spread with the !
delicious dinners. And you will 4 .blo-.poons! ; Tomato Krtchup; Dash of V filling under the broiler until the
M. my oirtnuuy us a .uiuuuay is d and Fruit Growers' Week, ,. c!jT fcrated American cheese; 1 tablcrpooh -
find that most of the foods ueedcn p ;er. 1 cup buttered crumbs. or Rice India or Fresh Cucumber Relish, cheese is melted, and serve with
complete; manic." for both men and women, is to beheld FUScsHi
to prepare them come from /caspoon Prepared Mustard.
your use .the oil from the tuna fish. Melt two of the toasted sticks stuck
August 10-14 this year. Mary trusty Supply Shelf! butter, add four :and stir until} blended. Mix together and spread on through each ring. Serve with
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;:.. RURAL COMMON SENSEby and I'll be there. We'd like to see ;a Mexican Pork Chops : 's chops pork_ % Then Tomato add. Ketchup milk and end season pepper,with Arrange salt, bread.wafers or Sprinkle long narrow lightly pieces with of vegetable, meat or fish salads. {o

large number of others there too. Inch thick 1 small alternate l'ycrs cr turn fish and sauce 3 : 1
Spuds Johnson ; can Cream. of Tomato Fruit Fingers; eggs CUP sugar:
'. Soup; s3.1t.Brown. in a buttrrcd baking dish, sprinkle': with baprika and brown delicately in 1% cups flour; 1 tea-
)uttere i Ci'mbs or.. Rico Plnlcs and bro-an the aven or under the flame of the spoon' baking powder; 1 cup Pure MinceMeat .

Sl'UUS. AND MARY: DECIDE 1arLrtAx: l1 AV.t111.. 1N1CUOI3 lightly with the salt.chops Pour and sprinkle around o In han a rr-Tn'e coc: :':ci''ov eji-j't'1 may pace be .uacd.nf tho fun,' jbroite'r/ Serve with vegetable, flsh Beat; 1 cup chopped until nutmeats.and
light
TO ATTEND FARMERS' ANDFKU1T purchased interest, in barber shop them the Cream of Tomato Soup 1.4 sliced I or meat, sakjds. eggs fluffy.'' .
Then add
sugar gradually. Sift together
: UltUWUKS: WEEK!; formerly owned by Joe Hambrick. and bake covered: in a moderateoven Slicrd Href Creoled: : \ beef; =2clpr .j Deviled Tongue on Toast or the flour and baking powder
'until tender. Serve hot. ii.Uk; 3 tablespoons butter; 4 table- 1 small can deviled tongue
f -;. cs flour; i< cup Chili Sauce; Toast T1afcrs\ or ham 4 preserved Sweet and add to the egg mixture. Fold'
Beef Balls with Cooked ,r wasted mum.:r. Gherkins, salt. in Mince Meat and nutmeats. Bake' ti) '
mary and I were talking the other DADE CITY-Over 50 carloads or Sfagkcitl finely chopped;
Saute beef in 1 tablespooiytfutter. Toast bread on one side, and in a shallow greased pan at 300- ,
day at/out whether or not we should, watermelons shipped from here ., .... 1 pound. ground steak; Salt and pep-l .
". y tr 'P ,I." a n n 1'-c"-: 1-(",7I'O'\ t ,Melt 2 tablespoon? .J iter, stir spread tongue mixture on un- 325 degrees F. for about thirty min
go to tanners' and. .1
Week at the University this year. COCOA Highway beat, ification SpaghettLSeason stir constantly until thickened. Add Mayonnaise Salad Dressing Cut about 2 Inches long, and roll in

ur .course there wasn't much argument through : meat with salt, pepper. dried beef and Chili Sauce Servo in triangles or finger lengths and powdered sugar. These are delicious
underwayV I oniony juice and Worcestershire on toast points or toasted muffins. n'e trith vegetable or egg salads. with fruit salad..
t against going, and everything AHC.c Hit establishing I '0 '- _.._ __ : ,' """, +I ...wwr

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