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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 13, 1937
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 11, NUMBER 31 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1937 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00: YEAR<::
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ORTONA LOCIS{ ARE I r Employment Office Is ]ENGINEERS BUILDING I NYA Aids In Keeping-''DATE OF SCHOOL


ACCEPTED BY U. S.; Temporarily ClosedThe I NEW MACHINE FOR i! School Building Open OPENING IS SET .


office of the Florida State I The Clewiston High School girls

COMPLETES PROJECTU. Employment Service in Clevistonwhich HYACINTH REMOVAL I have received assignments for spec- BY COUNTY BOARD ''
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has furnished all labor for ial library work under the National
the projects in ''this section made pos I Youth Administration, federal or-

S. Army Engineers Saturday sible by federal, funds, was tempo- IJXVI' l'1.'IOl'01"' ARMY ENGINEERS ganization for the assistance of wor-I The school board at its August
accepted the Ortona Locks from the rarily closed last Saturday pendingthe SAID TO SOLVE thy youths, and are now employedat I meeting September 13th, the
contractors and all construction outcome of the controversy between -1 DRAINAGE PROBLEM the Clewiston school building. Monday follownig Labor Day on,
! work on the cross-state waterway is Governor Fred Cone and fed- -- Through this arangement the school which county schools open for an
officially complete. The Locks have eral authorities over the appointment Everglades canals, may in the future library, consisting of nearly 2,000 eight months' term. Regulations
been in use for more than four of a state director for the service. be free of water hyacinths. And volumes, is being repaired and reno- concerning teachers and pupils en-
months, but the construction work The Clewiston office serves Hendryand this may be brought about at nom- vated. The building is kept open all trance were also adopted in prepar-
was not complete.By Glades counties and the portionof inal cost if the "chewing and spit- day on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays ation for the opening of the new
November first, according to I Palm Beach county adjacent to ting" machine now being built by andSaturdays by the girls and school year.
estimate made by C. Nelson, engi- Lake Okeechobee. army engineers proves a success. the school's equipment is availablefor The board decided to discontinue.
neer in charge, all contract work Miss Leo Willingham has been New Orleans army engineers con- use during that time. for this year the requirement that
will be complete and the projectwill manager of this office for several books be taken
ceived the idea of a huge floating Although no may all pupils must be in the state for
be strictly on a maintenancebasis. months and when ,time came for her machine which crushes the weed, from the building, the girls are gladto I two weeks: prior to the opening of
vacation, this week, the district throws the fragments back into the be of any assistance possible, and school. Since there are no known
There remains some rip-rap work manager ordered the office closed water where they disappear immediately the library Is open for use. Pianos, I epidemics prevalent at this time,
on .the East shore (near Bacom for the present. playground and any other equipment the precaution is deemed unneces-
Point) and the completion of the Many offices have closed and em- may also be obtained for use
The All teachers'
machine, to be mounted on sary. contracts have
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North Shore levee (near Okeechobee ployees discharged as the result,_of an 80-foot barge-like boat, is be- at the building during the days been mailed to them, but the board
), but these are 'a matter of a the controversy which arose ,recently ing built in New Orleans, and prob- when the girls are on duty. will require a medical examinationto

few months. The East shore work :when Governor Cone appointed ably will be ready for a try'at the determine the physical fitness of
consists of 11,000 linear feet of rip- KIWANIS CLUB MEETING
; all
teachers before the
Fred B. Bradshaw to succeed John stubborn floating plant next winter. contracts are
rap, and the Engineer office is pre- The idea was conceived by New Or-I I actually in force. The school board
paring now: to advertise for bids for Emerson as state director of the leans army engineers after various Mrs. M. M. Prewitt gave several i will arrange with local physicians

providing the rock. service. Mr. Emerson refused to'leave other methods of driving out the hya- delightful readings at the weekly I Ito give these examinations and" will '
Near Okeechobce, Wilbanks and office and has been upheld by gov- cinth had been abandoned. luncheon, meeting of the Kiwanis I bear the expense.
Pearce, contractors, have completed [ Club held Wednesday evening at
The state law
ernment authorities who say that it requiring all par-
Briefly, works as follows: A
the lake shore levee and have turn- the Clewiston Inn. I
ents to children the
ed Kissimmee river. j i i Emerson was appointed on the merit I protruding arm on the front of the send to public
'up About G I Only routine business matters school until they are 14 years of
miles of levee !I system. boat scoops up the tangle of vegetation -
will be constructed discussed
were at the session
will be strictly enforced in the
age
on
and throws
it endless
along the river bank. The an
Atlantic I I county this year. Those wishing to
Company belt.: The, hyacinths then are liftedto
will
Dredging
complete Hodge Attends Opening the of Taxpayers Benefit By teach their children at home must
the
dredging out of Taylor Creek" This top. machine and drop- I
make a written the
application to
dredging is about half I I ped into a cogged crusher. There the (
completed, Of Livestock Market School Bond Refunding board, and if their'fitness' to teachis
and work: had to be stopped'until plants are squeezed out, ground into -i '
established will be
dumping ground could be obtained.Mr. 1 --- tiny bits, and thrown into the water granted. Through permission cooperation of;
again. The action of the eradi-
Nelson estimates that main- Grover C. Hodge county agent for to'be called Negotiations with holders of the WPA sewing project in LaBelle
cator has caused it
tenance work will provide employ: Glades and Hendry counties was in a Hendry county school bonds were children of parents too, poor to pro-
ment for about 50 men, in additionto Tallahassee this week to attend the "chewing and spitting machine. completed satisfactorily with the issuing vide the needed clothes will be provided -
the office and warehouse forces. opening of Florida's largest live When the crusher is through with. of a refunding bond issue, I with clothes to enable them
stock market Tuesday. The event it, engineers said, the plant is in no I Icondition' signed by the school board membersat to attend school. The school ''board

Clewiston's Plans For was celebrated with a public auction to propogate. The frag- Saturday's meeting.The is to provide materials, which the
ments are so tiny, they said, that the
and barbecue. State capitol offices
I II III new issue is Of current date sewing project will use In making
declared a recess while high officials I refuse when thrown back into the
Baseball Team Fails and in addition to relieving the .I the garments.
dedicated the plant, which is the I water will disappear as rapidly as 'I' school funds of accumulated inter- The board will make a check of
if it were meal. .
-, sixth in a system statesupervisedmarkets est are issued at lower rates that every family in the county to ascertain
Clewiston's own plans for a local to be built, in Florida dur- I A New Orleans firm is under con-i will save the taxpayers about $20- if all children of school age
baseball team failed to materializethis ing the last two years. tract to build the outfit for $94,312. I 000. The saving comes through low- are being given the proper educational .
season but three' local boys have Mr. Hodge was until a few months I The boat, to be known as' the "Kenny ered interest rates, the old issue being -. advantages afforded by the
been quite prominent in the game ago county agent for Leon county ;" will have a cruising speed_ of i I at 6%. and the new at an aver- state.
they: love and have played in the and was very active in promoting the I about seven miles par hour, and the age of 4 1-2%. I The CISwiSton"s'ch'ool building is
lower West, Coast League regularly.Ed newly erected market, so his interest crusher, is expected to have a capacity receiving pome" plumbing repairs and
Clark, Ed Ward and Coburn in it was more personal than that of 60 square yards a minute, assuming Hold \some additional installations priorto
Welfare Board To
Moore, are'members of the Immoka- I the vegetation is two feet ,
of the, average county agent, althothe the opening of school. The building -
lee team and play each Sunday with deep. I
event had state-wide signifi-, has been completely rewired
the Collier county delegatien. cance. Several!' hundred head of stock Engineers said the water hyacinthwas Merit System; Exams during the summer and some painting -

Ed Clark, who Is a catcher for I were sold to the highest bidder. A brought to the United States II -- is being done on the interior.
the aggregation, was chosen mem.-, herd of '15 registered Herford cows from South America, and in some The next Merit System examin- There will also be, some additional
her of the all-star Collier county and calves went on the block at $2- places was, set out as_ an ornamental ation for persons seeking social I playground equipment ready for the
team, which played a similarly chosen 000., plant because of its rich green ovate I work positions with the State opening, and backstops and goals
Lee county team in a close 1-0 Branch Cone, executive, secretaryto leaves and blue flowers.It fare Board will be held in Fort wel-I' will be erected on the basketball
game ten days 'ago. Ed brought in the governor, Nathan Mayo, com-' multiplied so rapidly naviga-I ers, September 18, 1937. I court. '.
the winning run for the Collier missioner of agriculture, Cary Lan-: tion has been blocked in some riv- Fort Myers is the location of

county boys by' hitting a high one dis, attorney general, R. A. Gray, i ers, particularly in Florida. The District No. 8 Welfare Board that I Board Warns Against .
to center field in the fourth inning, secretary of state, Frank Ingram, hyacinth also thrives in Louisiana, includes Manatee, Sarasota, Lee, I[ ,
scoring a runner from second base. state works administratorand Charlotte, Collier, Highlands, De i
progress I I Mississippi, Alabama, and elsewhere Pension Clubs in State
Other than this, the entire game other state officials were on the I I in the Southeast.A Soto, Hardee, Glades and Hendry
was scoreless.The counties. Persons living in Hendry
program. I II few years ago, engineers in
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game last Sunday was rained I Clewiston residents will also be Florida/ tried' to drive the plants I county should apply before ,September Jacksonville, Aug 11 (FNS) ,,-
out, but the boys expect to play with : interested in the fact that the II downstream into the ocean. 1, 1937 to Mrs. J. A. McGehee, Following the receipt of reports
Immokalee in Fort Myers again this ent Leon County agent is K.. S.pres-I Mc- plan seemed to work, but was abandoned Thai- Hendry county representative of that many aged persons in Florida
Sunday. District No. Welfare Board or to have paid fees of membership) duesto
i Mullen, once manager of the CI wis-1 I 'when beach communities' 1I -
I I ton Dairy Company's plant here. Mr. plained about the litter that wash- Miss Martha Nelson, Director, Cleve- pension clubs or other organiza-
Sen. Pepper Is ActiveIn I McMullen is also keenly interestedin ,I ed ashore. land Building, Fort Myers.To tions of a similar nature in the be-

the livestock. angle of the county I I In a more recent experiment, they be eligible for social work po-,lief that this payment would enhance
Behalf of Florida I II agent's job and is doing his share I found arsenic killed off the vegeta- sition a person must be between the their chances of securing old age as-
in promoting its development. II tion, but the wirid blew the spray: to ages of 21 and 50, a high school I sistance, Clayton C. Codrington,
with at least 2 Commissioner of the State Welfare
the river bank, farmers: fearful. for I graduate years experience -
Washington, Aug. 7 (Special- QUARANTINE PLACED ON AREA their cattle, entered a protest. either in social work or an Board, has announced that the Board
d}: Senator Pepper this week expressed TO ERADICATE WEEVIL PEST Engineers, apparently confidentthe allied field such as teaching or I has no agreement with any such organization -
{: his pleasure at the action of the I crusher will solve the hyacinth I nursing. to give preferential treatment -

Senate in approving the so-called I Gainesville, Aug. 11 (FNS).-A problem, said they made experiments to their members.
'-, Marine Hospital Bill for Florida, quarantine was placed on the move with samples of the plant before the!1 Laborers Busy Oiling There is no fee attached to the
which authorizes the expenditure of,' ment of certain plants from limited I I "Kenny's" construction was author-r filing of an application and paymentof

$1,500,000' for a new Marine Hos- areas in Walton and Okaloosa coun- ized. They said, however, the principle Low Places In City moneys\by an applicant to any per-
in Florida the site to be selected ties r I son or organization will not affect
pital this week by the State Plant i has not been used 'yet on any
by the Federal Board of Hospital- Board in its campaign to eradicatethe 'II'" large scale of eradication efforts. the status of his application to any
ization. Bills had been introduced in Argentine Weevil. I Everglades News. Laborers employed by the city degree, the Commissioner added, on
the House by Congressman Green, The quarantine permits the movement -I I have been at work this week pouring behalf of the State Board.

Peterson and Wilcox and the meas- of plants within the infested i Many Teachers Benefit oil on all low places where wat- "The Board has gone on recordto
ure was passed by the House. several area and is so imposed that while I er is left standing following heavy I the effect that applications :shall-
weeks ago. protecting the rest of the state and I From New Pay ScheduleTeachers rains in an effort to reduce the num- be handled in the order in which
The Senate also passed the House adjacent states does not work a i I ber, of mosquitoes. they were filed," Mr. Codringtonsaid.
bill introduced by Congressman Pet- hardship or serious inconvenienceon The most successful mosquito "Whether an applicant receives
erson providing for a new CoastGuard residents of the area under the' of Hendry County control methods call for eliminationof assistance will depend entirely upon
Station at or'near Fort Myers. regulation, Plant: Board officials schools who are returning for their breeding places, and a film of oil whether h9 is eligible and the am-
Senator Pepper is vigorously pushing ount he will receive will depend up-
said.The second or more year will receive an on the top of all stagnant water is
the bill authorizing Federal participation ( quarantine regulations were increase in pay of $5.00 monthly a splendid immediate and temporary on the extent of his individual needs.
; in the Pan-American Expo- recommended by Federal agricultural this year. A ruling adopted several !jhelp. "Every case is handled upon an
sition in Tampa in 1939, commem- authorities, the local board states. months ago will bring substantial The crop of mosquitoes has been individual basis and with the appli-
orating the 400th anniversary of the increases 'in the pay envelopes of I unusually large and _annoying, the cant himself or with members of his
\ landing oil! Hernando DeSoto at Tampa ever final legislation is passed. many teachers. past week and steps to eliminate immediate family if he is physicallyor
f and expects early: passage of the Senator Pepper is keenly interested -I The schedule gives a $5 monthly I this pest should meet with the cooperation mentally incapacitated. o.
bill.The in the efforts to enact some fav-:increase for each unit of betterment of all. If every resident I.I "We are attempting to acquaint
_, Municipal Bankruptcy Bill is orable farm legislation during this Iin' addition to increase to old teach! will Inspect his premises for breed- applicants and recipients with their
:a;, also on the Senate Calendar and in session, and today said: 'I ers returning. If a teacher has been I ing places and eliminate them it will rights and to assist them in ,every
1'1- this measure Senator Pepper also "I am doing all I possibly can to holding a second grade certificateand 1 also be a help. Even the smallest way possible," Commissioner Cod-
has the cooperation of the majority get the benefit for our agricultural obtains a first, a $5 monthly:]can that will hold but a few spoonfuls rington said.
leaders and favorably action, is ex- interests of the many plans that are I increase is given. Teachers who haveJ I of' water ,will serve as a 'breed
pected. now being offered by the Federal raised their degrees from L. I. I ing place for mosquitoes. Mrs. W. H. Wilson of Lake' City
Legislation affecting Florida sug-I government and I shall be glad to I Bachelor's degree will receive 2' units I arrived Sunday for a visit with her
.ar industry is receiving careful attention have suggestions from any of our credit, or a $10 monthly: Increase I Mrs. Vivian Smith and :Miss Zelda parents, Mr. and Mrs.' M. J. Hlrs -hand
and it is hoped that Florida's I Floridans who have anything to offer -| one unit being given for each Smith are spending a few weeks visiting her sister and brother-in-law
sugar quota will be lifted in what- in this" connection" college year, friends In South Bay. Mr and Mrs. Grady Niblack.
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: STARDUST : JAPS GIRD FOR LONG WARMass UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL I ..


*i 30,000 Troops Near Peiping Wages and Hours .ftt: SUNDAY Lesson '


.i Bill Passed by Senate Take Up Low-Cost Housing By REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST.

Dean, of the Moody Bible Institute

*: Movie Radio *; ::7)24 about ;) Western of Newspaper Chicago. Union.


***By VIRGINIA VALE *** Ec: '+i... % } o .r y3,, I
This Business of Golf. Lesson for August 15

YT THEN word went around the OAKLAND, CALIF.-As I sit

VV Metro Goldwyn Mayer : ., i. this, I look out GOD GIVES LAWS TO A

studio the other day that Lea- where elderly gentlemen, in- NATION.

trice Joy Gilbert, thirteen-year- tent on relaxing, may be seen LESSON TEXT-Exodus 20117.

old daughter of Leatrice Joy tensing themselves GOLDEN TEXT-Thou shalt love the
up tighter Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with
and the late John Gilbert, was than a cocked wolf-trap, and all thy soul and with all thy mind .
Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thy self.
making ,,a film test, there was then staggering toward the Matt. 22:37.39.
of necks and PRIMARY TOPIc-God's Good Laws.
more craning clubhouse with
every nerve JUNIOR TOPIC-Before the Mount of
rushing toward the set than -standing on end and screaming God.
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC-
there is even for Garbo. for help and highballs. Why a Nation Needs Laws.
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC-
If good wishes could make good I smile at them, for I am one who Basic Laws for Nation's Life.

actresses little Miss Gilbert will be > ; &vfx\ 'x<> vT 8l5SS( 'iv< ,;? >v > >*"/v-" has given up golf. You might even -"'-
the greatest of all. Back in the go so far as to say Basic laws have been laid down
tear by God for the orderly administration -
wardrobe department many a golf gave me up. I '
was shed as seamstresses who had tried and tried butI of his universe. Men see them
,
dressed her mother and her father Japanese soldiers cremate their dead at Fengtai.SUMMARIZES never broke a ty- clearly in the physical universe, al-

sewed on her costume, and camera- phoid patient's temperature r.. though at times they do not recog-
men who had been devoted to her chart nize the One who created all things.
We -
father begged for the chance to PkLvd never got below 102. Physical laws are of great importance ']..

photograph her. For a long time I spent so much : but of even deeper signi-
THE WORLD'S WEEK
the studio has owned film rights to time climbing ''into X11. ficance are the moral and spiritual
I e Western Newspaper Union. laws which control the human life.
"National Velvet, but couldn't finda sand-traps and out '
There is in the,world moral lawa
who both and appealing a -
girl was young
again that be- "
people
enough to play the heroine. North' China Powder Keg still unacceptable to him, he would distinction between right and
*"PIENTSIN of the like to have it passed in the senate gan thinking I wasa wrong-which man ignore onlyto
Everyone hopes that little Leatricewill powder keg new kind of her- may
be chosen. hostilities in North China, was and then improved in the house. mit his own sorrow, and which he
living .by
-- being attacked from many anglesas As the senate passed it, the Wag- erence in bunkersthe prefiryjn S. Cobb cannot abrogate or destroy. All lawsof

Japan apparently prepared to ner-Connery bill to regulate hours men which are true and right are
old they'dbe
of the link beds
Hot weather in Hollywood so in- fight a long term war. Japanese and wages would create a labor man founded on this underlying moral

tense that the closed-in sets of sound bombers rained death and destruc- standards board empowered to set calling me next. law, and are in reality simply a
And I used to slice far into the
studios are like fur- tion from the skies, artillery pep- minimum wages up to 40 cents an so development and interpretation of
that ball I
naces seems to havea pered the city with shells and, as if hour and maximum work weeks rough looking for my "God's Code of Morals"-the Ten
penetrated jungles where the foot of
calming effect on that were not enough, a serious down to 40 hours a week. Commandments.These .
+r" man hadn't trod since the early
temperament and earthquake shook the metropolis' The draft prepared by the house mound builders. That's how I add- commandments given to
,
; ,a' nerves. Ginger Rogers foundations.A labor committee was far broader in Israel at Mt. Sinai are worthy of
ed collection -
4- and Katherine Chinese attack by many rare specimens to my careful study on the part of every
surprise scope than that of the senate. It of Indian,relics.
Hepburn sit together three armies along a 95-mile front would extend the limits to permitthe I reader. They may be grouped

: er at the edge of the from Taku (Tientsin's port) to Peip- board.to set minimum wagesup But the last straw was when a under two divisions.

a.i "Stage Door" set at ing, drove Japan away from three to 70 cents an hour and set the Scotch professional, after morbidly I. A True View of God (w. 1-11).
RKO studio, calmly watching my form, told me that The first and most important
w,,. key railroad stations, provoking maximum working week as low as
sipping tea and discussing Nippon's retaliation. In the wake 35 hours. at any rate there was one thing question to be asked regarding any

the day'snews. of the bursting bombs, flames engulfed -*_ about me which was correct-I did law is, "By whom was it established -

At Twentieth I Tientsin's principal build- have on golf stockings! ?" Legislation by an unauthorized -

Ginger Century Fox, Vir- ings, including the central railway $700,000,000 for Housing S person or organizationhas

Rogers ginia Bruce and station, the militia headquarters, HAVING disposed of wages and Congressional Boldness. no power over others. Who gave
Loretta Young swap and the ten commandments? Verse 1
the famed Nankai university legislation, the senate
to lovers If
theories 'on child-raising. At Colum- the Chinkiang international bridge took up the Wagner-Steagall low- WARNING pet : you tills us "God spake all these
tame rab- "
own guinea pigs or
bia, the staff is daily more amazedto connecting the Chinese city to the cost housing bill. This would au- words.
whole- bits or trained seals or such-like gen- Men sneer at theology as being
find Grace Moore agreeing foreign concessions. In the streets, thorize the 'flotationof
heartedly with every'suggestion the Chinese and Japanese soldiers a $700,000.000, tle creatures, try to keep the word out moded, but the fact is that
from them that some of the majority Christian doctrine is the safe
director makes. fought[ hand to hand, with entrenchments efi iA"' bond issue by a only
'f' members of the lower branch of con- foundation for Christian character.
-iC- in some places no more than United States housing -
t$ gress actually threatened to defy Unless my view of God is right, my .,
feet To
The daffiest picture of the weekIs 100 apart.. 2 authority. their master's voice. life will be wrong. Until I know him "riP
Chinese troops declared that : meet operating expenses -
RKO's "Super Sleuth. Youcouldn't ( The senate always has been I will not appreciate the authorityof
'Thousands of non-combatant men, of the pro-
find better hot-weather en- known the world's delib- his law.
as greatest
women and children were killed orinjured" gram's first year,
'
tertainment anywhere. Jack Oakie 1. Whom to worship ( 2-5).
erative body-and, week by week w.
airmen. would be
by'the r $26,000,000
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provides the laughs, expertly aided ,x ;t ; and month by month don't those There can be but one true God, and
Sothern but it is the Russia protested vigorously to the k u appropriated imme-
Ann story :
by ,
elder statesmen know how to delib- he alone is to be worshiped. He is
that really deserves loud cheers. Idon't Japanese embassy in Nanking diately. The pro-
a personal being ready to enter
erate! But these last few the ,
want to spoil it for you by against the "pillaging of the Russian posed bond issue years
w house has earned the reputation of into communion with each one of
telling too much, but you 'won'tmind consulate by'White Russian ruffians was cut from $1-
Sen. Wagner being the most docile legislativeoutfit us. No image can take his place.
knowing that it is the story of assisted by Japanese." The Japa- 000,000,000 as a com-
since Stork ruled 2. How to worship (vv. 6, 7). We
Aesop's King
a movie star who specializes in detective nese denied that any of their countrymen ; promise with the Treasury depart- to love him and his
over the synod of the frogs. are keep com-
roles. were implicated, and ridi- ment, which objected to so high a mandments. There is to be no sham
culed the idea that the Japanese figure. So should the news ever spread
about this, for no matter how sweet
planned future attacks against The bill would aid low-cost hous- among the lesser creatures, hitherto
any
and pious be the praise and
Ann Sothern's in the doldrums may
career in It would so placid and biddable that an
Russian consulates.In ing projects two ways. ,
of he has taken the
prayer a man,
because of second-
lately full of example had been set at Washington
the amount
make loans to ,
rate pictures, has suddenly pickedup the Fengtai-Lukouchiao district Lord's name.in vain unless he keeps
the there's no telling when the Belgian
contracted projects, aiding repayment -
southwest of Peiping, 30,000 veteran the Lord's commandments by holy
and no one is happier than her
of the loans by direct hares will start rampaging and
Japanese troops massed for an at- living.
close friend Joan Bennett. If
,
heard Ann spouting Shakespeare you on tack upon five divisions of China's grants if the sponsors kept rents sufficiently the singing mice will begin actingup 3. When to worship (vv. 8-11).
would make di- rough and the grubworms will
it
central numbering low; or God has ordained that should
that best of all summer programs, government army, man
Charlie McCarthy aided and abetted approximately 60,000. Including rect grants not to exceed 25 per gang" against the big old woodpecker. not incessantly bear the burden of

i r. by Edgar Bergen, you know that she the remnants of the twentynintharmy cent of the cost of a project. Under toil. He is to have a day of rest

, has a sense of comedy that should driven from Peiping by 'the this latter method, the President and a time for worhip, 'undisturbed

put her up in the front ranks. Japanese, there were said to be would be authorized to make an ad- Professional Orators. by the duties and responsibilitiesof

I _*_ 100,000 Chinese. Both sides were ditional 15 per cent grant from relief W E HAVE in Southern California daily labor. America needs a

well equipped with airplanes. funds, to be used only for the a professional orator who mighty stirring up about the des-

When Sonja Henie decided to go Further evidence of Japan's expectation .employment of labor. Sponsors long ago discovered that the most ecration of the Lord's day.

to Norway for a vacation a big fare- of real war were the would be required to contribute at dulcet music on earth was the soundof II. A Right Relationship to Man
well luncheon was least 20 per cent of the cost. his He'll
sweeping changes in military per- o own voice. speak any- (vv. 12-17).
planned for her by sonnel made after a conference be- The housing authority would also where at the drop of the hat and To be right with God means that

':' Tyrone Power. That tween Premier Konoye and Emperor be permitted to spend $25,000,000" on provide the hat. we will also be right with our fellow -
l Y demonstration projects to illustrate
seemed like sy
a P; :
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Hirohito. Four new division com- What's worse, this coastdefenderof man.
1 r charming idea when V h 4 .to communities the benefits of elimi- life The fifth
J manders were named, as well as a ours labors under the delusion 1. Family (v. 12)
r.- it was planned and new commander for the island of nating slums and providing ade- that, if he shouts at the top of his commandment has to do with the
i" the invitations sent quate housing at low cost. The proj-
relation between child and
Formosa. It voice his parent.
was regarded as significant eloquence will be all the
:' but in the ects would be sold "as soon aspractical"
out, mean- There is and direct
' that all of the new appointees more forceful. The only way to a plain com-
,: time Sonja and Ty- to local housing agencies. mand that father and mother should
soldiers with
were exten- avoid meeting him at dinner is to,
rone had a squabble sive in China. -* be honored. Only in respect and _
experience The gov- eat at an owl wagon. But the other

L. and weren't speak- ernment was attempting to push I Wedge to Split Loyalists night, at an important banquet, he obedience to parents can the child
r: ing. They carefully possibly find true and develops -
T'' through an appropriation of $115- strangely was missing from the array proper
tables : 8 THE 'battle of Madrid con-
; selected at
A ent.
000,000 for operations in'North China. of speakers at the head table.
a ends of the tinued to rage, Gen. FranciscoFranco's life 13 God
opposite Sonja Heine -*- One guest turned in amazement to 2. Physical (vv. 14)
studio lunchroom eastern army was drivingan is interested in our bodies. Alreadywe
!i-" his neighbor:
r. and avoided speaking to each other. Bill Green Saves the Day ever-widening wedge into the territory "Where's Blank?" he have noted his provision for a
inquired
,
. Hollywood has often giggled over A FTER William Green, president near the junction of Teruel, naming the absentee. day of rest each week. Now we

: parties where none of the guests of the American Federation of Cuenca and Valencia provinces 100 "Didn't hear?" answered the are reminded of the sanctity of human -

.;' were interested in meeting the guest Labor, had been prevailed upon by miles east of Madrid. His objectis other. "He you busted of life. "Thou shalt not kill," and
a couple
t.: of honor, but this was the first time President Roosevelt to grace. the to impose a barrier between Ma- drums." ear remember there are many other

:;.'' on record when the host and the wages and hours drid and the loyalist government's "Whose?" said the first fellow. ways to kill a man than by shoot-

guest of honor weren't speaking., bill with an approval capital at Valencia. ing him. Dr. Wilbur M. Smith
.
--tcf slightly less than Government forces all along the makes a telling point by remindingus

f' lukewarm, the sen- line of advance were reported sur- Foes of Nazidom. that we may kill others by selling -

who ODDS discovered AND ENDS-Officials Doris Weston and at called NBC ate passed it, 56 to rendering or fleeing. Insurgents T HE veteran Rabbi Stephen Wise them tainted food, intoxicating -

f Warner Brothers' attention to her are delighted 28. Southern sena- : : < claimed to have captured large num- of New York has been reason- liquors, or "dope;" by neglectof

r.dth.her. performance in "The tors, led by Pat Har- bers of automobiles and supplies of ably outspoken in his views on Nazi duty, by careless driving, by

Singing Marine," say she is the only girl rison of Mississippiand arms, munitions and clothing. treatment of his own coreligionistsand failing to provide employees with

who looks intelligent while listening toN obviously dis- Latest news from the Madrid front the practitioners of other faithsas sanitary and healthful surroundings.There .

other players sing Ben Bernie is at- pleased with the indicated that a rebel attack in the well. And one of the most venerable is another way that the

tending dramatic Walter school Winchell in hopes in their of next outsmarting bill, pressed a move- .. Usera sector southeast of the city I prelates of the Catholic body may be destroyed-by its mis-

film Joan Crawford will star in the ment to recommit it had been repulsed by machine gun- : church in Europe, while discussingthe use in adulterous living.

re-make of that grandest of all film stories, to the education and ners and dynamiters. same subject, hasn't exactly 3. Social life (vv. 15-17). "Thou

"Shopworn Angel," which Nancy Carrollonce labor committee, Williambut Taking inventories of their forcesin pulled his punches, either.So shalt not steal" and remember .,.,...
made.. Ray Milland has been given their motion Green the Madrid conflict, the govern- what? A friend just back from any dishonest appropriation of what _

Claudette Colberts former dressing room was defeated, 48 to 36. ment and the insurgents disagreed; abroad tells me that in Berlin he does not belong to you is stealing-

and his about friends his are kidding him unmerci- It seemed certain that the south- each claimed the other's losses had heard a high government officer call it, ,what you will. And "false
fully flossy surroundings, walls fiercely denounce these two distin- witness" how it has honeycombedour
of blue mirror glass, white dressing table, erners would have enough votes to been greatest. Rebels reported the -
end thick, thick rugs Whenever actors defeat the measure when the metals government had lost 300 fighting guished men. About the mildest very civilization. Not a littleof

insist that they just can't do justice to and building units of the Federa-, planes and had had 30,000 casualties thing the speaker said about them it is found within the church,

more than two pictures a year, producers tion voiced their dissatisfaction also, The government declared Franco was that both were senile. Some- more shame upon us! Lastly we

remind them that Gene Autry is the big- while Green at first refused to com- had lost at least .100 planes to its 20 how or other, the speech wasn't 'come to "covetousness'-which has

gest because attraction he is in pictures nowadays,partly ment. But under pressure from the or 30, had lost 20,000 to 25,000 men, printed in the German papers- been called one of "the respectablesins

makes so many so good pictures, partly that because audiences ha White House, Green gave out a and had consumed $15,000,000 worth maybe by orders from on high. of nice people." It is subtle and

have no chance to forget him. statement that, while the bill was of war materials. I i IRVIN S. COBB often hidden. Let us root it out of
e Western ewspaper Union. C-WNU Service. our own lives by God's grace.
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yti Kimberley Diamond Rush in Africa Was I I Chinese Custom
Z
'J Started by Laborers for WaterSouth :
Digging In New York and other Amer- :

4. Africa has had hundredsof allowed-to-peg-out a claim 31 feet ican cities, a Chinese merchant r-j;

diamonds rushes, but the great- square. As the hole dug by each cannot rent a store that has previ- ":}

.",. est was started by 'well diggers. man grew deeper and deepei, the ously Chinese been occupied by another }' I
They went down 75 feet in Coles- sides caved in, resulting in one unless he pays this for .- ,
ti) burg Kopje without finding water, enormous hole. Today, 1,200 feet mer tenant for the, privilege. The ')
but came upon diamonds. instead. deep it yawns ,under the hot African cost of the "permit" is often ..'
Almost overnight.a town which sun, the deepest hole man so exorbitant, sometimes running -.4

was called Kimberley, sprang up. ever dug. Continual, cave-ins into thousands of dollars, that the \
'I'I It drew wealth-seekersand_ adven- caused it to be abandoned in favo, property owner can never again "*:.
turers from all parts of the globe. of underground workings, now over rent the store to a member of this jj

1 Thee Each of the original diggers was 3,600 feet deep.-Washington Post. race.-Collier's Weakly. :*,

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;,-,1, e-c Prepared by National Geographic Society. masses as yet untrained in the art :
I Washington D. C.-WNU Service. :1
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This is
I, of government. obviously a ,, ,
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W p atr x x{+r r +6 ytie.
CIVIL war in Spain signal- slow process and one would suppose .
the startling changes that in a romantic "land of manana"a ;

'. which have swept that ancient slow process would be accept- :.

t' land in able. .
recent
years. But the manana idea is anotherof i

In the swift rush of daily those old Spanish customs so r '

7- '. .' news, more is said of military rapidly disappearing; many now de- 'ij:'

7 leaders and their campaigns, of mand a quicker approach, a faster "'j,

statesmen and changing governments progress.Thus a peek at Spain of today

J', than of the deep social reveals a startling modernity of

and economic transformations thought, civilizationand up-to-the-

';' behind the news, or the minute comforts and contrivances, '\

;, character of this land and its superimposed upon the stubborn
survival of many local ways and COLLECTING LIQUID RUBBER \
people. prejudices that bend or break but ON FIRESTONE PLANTATIONS '

Long before King Alfonso fled, slowly. IN LIBERIA ,,.:JAn '
these changes were of course under Irrestibly, however, the cities :".;:>.. 'a: ever-increaiJog supply :.
way, and because of them his monarchy put on a more modern dress and of rubber comes from these :
r ; ,,, plantations.Savings made by
failed. quicken their pace. Consider, hasti- ::p ;'' y .. <<., t .. A; controlling raw material .:.
These transitions have gathered ly, some of the cities and towns :. Y Y, H .;. .7 1; : '!S: and by more efficient manu

momentum, until today this once that have figured in recent war J'7 {'s r < r''S% :tr.,.riCi'': romantic land of duennas, monas- news. y; 3 ,- at no extra cost.
tegies bullfights and leisurely pas- The New York of Spain.

toral life has written a new and Take a look at Barcelona, the )
dramatic chapter in its long history. New York of Spain. It is the largest

: \ Where centuries-old country lanes city in the country, the most important ;
and mountain trails used to wind, financial and industrial cen- -
fine new concrete roads now streak ter and by far the busiest seaport. BECAUSE in Firestone Standard Tires -
over the hills. To a large degree,
The sun shines in air crisp and
\ men have exchanged their saddle YOU GET EXTRA PROTECTION AGAINST
exhilarating stroll down the
mules for flivvers, and the high- as you '
.i. wheeled, clumsy oxcart yields to"J Paseo de Gracia, Barcelona's most BLOWOUTS eight extra pounds of rubber i// I El '

the whizzing motor truck. important thoroughfare and indeed are added to every 100 pounds of cord by the
one of the most and I
interesting
Senoritas Bob Their Hair. modernistic streets in the world. Firestone patented Gum -Dipping process. By }

1 From the Bay of Biscay down to Fine motorcars (no trucks allowedon this process every cord in every ply is saturated

::4 the blue Mediterranean, traditional this wide avenue) stop and go with liquid rubber. This counteracts internal
peasant I costumes are being discarded at modern American traffic signals.At .
friction and heat that blowouts.
and men are dressing in the foot of the Paseo is the ordinarily cause

plain blue overalls.' Black-eyed sen- very heart of Barcelona-the Plazade
oritas today lay away the time-hon-, Cataluna-a large open space YOU GET EXTRA PROTECTION AGAINST

ored mantilla, get their hair bobbed filled with statues, fountains, flower PUNCTURES-because under the tread are two

': and hunt city jobs as typists, tele- beds, paved paths, and benches. extra layers of Gum-Dipped 'cords. .
,< phone girls and shop clerks, as do Always animated, human streams

their sisters in many lands. flow in and out of its subway en- YOU GET EXTRA PROTECTION AGAINST
New thinking, as well as new trances. The Plaza, too, is the cen-
machines,. changes the way of Span- ter of fierce turmoil in every political SKIDDING-because the tread is scientifically

,ish life. Bullfighting, still goes on, upheaval. It is surrounded by designed. P R I C E S
but now the intrepid toreadors be- large, ornate structures-banks ho-
,
long to a labor union! You may still tels, and new telephone office build- YOU GET LONGER NON-SKID MILEAGE AS LOW AS

find guitars and fandangos, for Span- ing with copper-green tower, a Yan- because of the extra tough, long-wearing tread.
iards are ever a music-loving people kee skyscraper indeed in a Spanish

and possibly you may find metropolis! Before leaving on your vacation trip, join the
here and there a lovesick couple
Flying at another corner is a wel-
Firestone SAVE A LIFE Campaign. Let
your
mooning at each other
through an come sight for American eyes-the
old iron-barred window. More and Stars and Stripes-indicating the Firestone Dealer or, Firestone Auto Supply &.

more, however, the radio super- splendid offices of the United States Service Store equip your car with a set of new
sedes the guitar and the girl has
consulate'general.All .
Firestone Standard Tires-today's fop tire value.
-come out from behind the historic
these business houses use
grillwork and gone to the movies American adding machines and Firestone
with her sweetheart-or to the street
cash registers and the offices hum STANDARD
,
barricades to fight with him! FIRESTONE AUTO RADIO SEAT COVERS BATTERIES
with American typewriters. Manyof FOR PASSENGER CARS
6 AII Metal Tubes '
One fact to grasp, in understanding the fine new apartment buildingsare Dynamic- Speaker Save up 8 Coupes II ASK ABOUT OCR
the social muddle here, is that equipped with American doors to$20.00 $-369 "CHANGEOVER"PRICE 4.50-20$8.70 5.50-1712.5O

'Spain is divided into 50 provinces; and electric refrigerators. Here up 4.50.21 9.05 5501812.95

. 'and not so many years ago it, wascommonly "foreign trade" is a pulsing thing :: : $3995 ": Coaches' & HOME FANS 4.75-19 9.55 5.50-19 I3.IO
; : said that it also had 50 far removed from the dry statisticsof includes s edans fj S'-4--BladeFan 4.75.20 9.855.00191O.3O 6.00.1613.95
t'/ different national dances and costumes our commerce. unlvenal 6251615.65
control I head $ 29
together with almost as "Rambla" $369
really means a dry 1 r 5.25-17 %%.00 6.50.1617.25
many dialects. ravine, but in Barcelona the wordis Custom Built Dash Mounting Available 5.25-1811.4O 7.00-16 18.7OSENTINEL

... Comparatively sudden advent of used to designate a wider streetor
Moro Than 2,000 Other Auto Supply Items For Every Car Need
new high-speed roads faster vehicles
boulevard. The original fascinat-"
' speeches and news broadcastby ing Rambla of Barcelona is like no Firestone r

air, and the breakdown of church other thoroughfare in the world! It DON'T RISK YOUR LIFE ON SMOOTH WORN TIRES
.influence, all combine now to dis- is
a long, straight avenue with a
4.4a21s5.65 4.75.1956.70
sipate this old conservative provincial wide promenade for pedestrians in DO YOU KNOW

spirit. Thus has,. Spain been I the center and is lined with tall THAT last year highway accidents cost the lives of more 4.50-20 6.05 5.00-19 '.20
8.00
6.35
; turned into 4.50-21 5.25.18
a milling, restless land. plane trees. I
than and children?
38,000 men women
.For the first time country and town OTHERSIZESPRICEOPROPORTIOHATELYLOWThat I

f life are freely blended, and the from Busy end stores to end flank,, interspersed the Rambla with a million more were injured? f

peasant can hear the exciting talk theaters, cinemas, an ancient THAT more than 40,000 of these deaths and injuries were FirestoneCOURIER
'Of city radicals and revolutionaries church or two and a large number caused directly by punctures, blowouts and skidding due
y that yesteryear came only as a of cafes. Under to unsafe tires?
bright, wide awn-
;a $6.37
remote murmur. 4.40-21 $543 4.75-19
'.4 Spain is now becoming so modernized ings that canopy the sidewalks and At left it section cut 4.50-21.03 30x3 t.8 7
z shade
the little
tables /rort Firestone
idlers sit and At right it a a new
'1 that busses of every kind watch the lifeblood of the cut front a section/ Tire.Note the thick,
metrop- .
r worn tire, nonskid t orr-skid: protectionaxointt
and.color. race along from village olis stream ,
skidding
up and down its main protection worn +
1 to village, from town to city. Till artery off. Tires in Ibis bio to outs and
few -streaming at a much quick condition art Habit punctures. Comt in Listen to the Voice Firestone featuring
a years ago, many country tempo since recent shooting started! to punctures, blowouts '-' C and set demonMargaret Speaks,Monday evenings over
people never journeyed more than and skidding / stration. Nationwide N. B.,C. Red Network
20 miles from home in their lives. Like the Paris boulevards, each
Now by cheap, or even free, rides in section of the Rambla bears a different -
war times, they travel all over the name. First come ornamental
I' kiosks displaying an amazing variety
!
..... country
,e:, of newspapers and magazines
Political Parties Are
Many. in every European language Then P
With the rise of the republiccame comes the bird l market. Arranged in 1

of course more liberty ol cages of all sizes along the prom-
speech and action; but, born of the enade is a bewildering show of yellow
::50 provinces and their 50 different and brown canaries, gray par
ways of thinking, came also wide rots from western Africa, green
division of opinion and action. ones from Brazil, tiny parakeets,
Political parties of all shades all setting up a lively chatter.

sprang up in great variety and num The next section is the brightestof
ber. Certain factions held that prog- all-the Rambla de las Flores.
less should be attained gradually Here open-air flower stalls. bossed
through education of the masses by black-haired peasant women-






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The Clevliston News parts of Osceola, Orange, Glades and, ?? M ? M will ever know. for breath to congratulate them on

Highlands counties where the era-) their splendid contributions to the
It rained grasshoppers over in
-- --- dication is to begin. I @ RAMBLINGS II Pahokee last week. Hordes of them program and call on genial Karl

Prjti'i! | every Friday In Clewiston, Cattle owners who have taken came in on a wind and fell with the Lehmann for a few words. .

CLEWISTON NEWS tick eradication .................................. ..... '
Fk' i.a.! bj the part in long-time .:.:..: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :'0:":' rain. Just from whence and whyno Paying a glowing tribute s to the 9\\II
Inc. programs of the state have complain- will know. I
ed for some time that the wild dterj I About all the talk we hear these one ever young gentlemen whose love and I

which mingle with their cows are:days is on the topic "the weather". faith for Florida led them into argu- I
/ Ken thle Bowden, Editor In fact know I A lumberjack stumbled into a
> We think it's hot. we
keeping the fever lick alive in cer-'I lingerie shop in the city. "I want to ment over the problem as to how !
it'is. Last week confident
tain areas where. vast swamps I we were get a corset for my wife". "What best she might be served, he poured I i

Entered as second class mail matter deep jungle makes it impossible to that our personal temperature and bust?" queried 'the lovely clerk. oil on troubled waters and then J
that of the weather, too, was goingto
February 1, 1927, at the Post keep accurate check of livestock.To I kind of record. "Nothing, it just wore out" blushed launched into a report of the amazing 1
break some a >
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under cure this, local laws were pass- the lumberjack. accomplishemqnts achieved by
And then looked the chart of
the Act of March 3, 1897. N ed last spring giivng the livestock 'I' we up -. the Florida National Exhibits thru
Everglades
the meterological bureau of the -
sanitary board and game and freshwater displays at Chicago, New York,
and we found that the naaa mDMnEm nAa mDBB.2mnD
fish commission joint author- Cleveland and other points, about
rate 2.00 year. August temperature thus far
Subscription ? per highest
ity to put on a "deer purge" in an which there could be no dispute,
Advertising rates on application. was 94 on August 1st. Twice in Julywe
Too Late To
effort to improve the status of cat- Classify and urged everyone to get togetherand
had days that reached 95, and '
tle whose owners will not or can- work for a bigger:: and better

Devoted to the advancement and not fence their beasts and so keep how we fussed about the hot weather By q ssell Kay show at the coming New York i iWorld's
while the '
That, mind you, was
and HenJry them from infestation. i Fair in 193D.
Clewiston
of
welfare i
i rest of the nation was sweltering in
County.In As usualthe" public pays the' temperatures that mounted to 106. tdi7CdIDaC1i CF1AC1 itt9CIR ABI7JWGOFI91! And so what was expected to be a ,:

bills and "the cattlemen get the benefit Delegates to the mid-summer routine session turned out to be a
But what we started out to say
if any. The only hitch in the I Press Conference held last weekend most interesting, lively and con-
Okeechobee the city has im- plan is that no one can say that after I was that the days we thought the wereso at Daytona Beach, gathered more structive meeting. It is meetings of
hot were few
posed an "emergency tax" of 2 centson all the deer have been wiped out, extraordinarily or less reluctantly at the Williams this kind that really prove worth-

cigarettes, cigars and smoking ticks may not be found very much days that we had little or no breeze.but Hotel for the brief "business ses while; difference of opinion Is na-
wasn't high,
tobacco. The tax was considered alive on "coo tel's" and many other The temperature sion." tural and open discussion} is desir-

necessary to raise money for the small forms of wild life.' This oper-'I for some reason, the usual Florida able. The most impressive thing
almost lacking. And that It was a hot stuffy morning and
necessary operations ,of the city.It ation has all the earmarks of that breeze was about the whole affair, to my mind,
to thinking that the rest of the cool Atlantic was only a few
brand of surgery which would cut puts us is that such able, sincere and conscientious I.
the world, with temperatures much blocks away; furthermore, a repoi..twas "\
in this off the foot to cure ingrowing toe- I men as Colee and Nicholson ;,
about
has gotten so
higher than ours and NO breeze current that the fishing was ex- *
Herald. I are interested and concerned with
country that love at first sight is nails.Miami ceptionally good at the inlet. Bellboys
was UP. against. the welfare and advancement of the
really possible, but at the same laden with tinkling ice pitchersand
I Postcards from Mrs. Jo Wright state. It is inspiring and offers gen-
time it's safer to wipe off your LIVE AND COLLECTA bottles of ginger-ale, gliding
I who with her two offspring and her uine promise for the future of Flor-
glasses and take a second look.- l, in and out of elevators, was another
parents are vacationing at Indian ida. A difference of opinion as to
Cocoa Tribune. decades "life insur- disturbing element for a lot of folks.
few
,
ago the Rockies
I I Hills Colorado, way up in methods is not serious when we consider -
ance" was in reality "death insur- indicate that' it's plenty cool But President Bob Sikes, with the the fact that these men are

Harry Turner of Clewiston has ance." The greatest. part by far of i I there. They have a fire in the af- prestige and dignity of the "FourtlEstate" working toward the same goal and

just completed' the electrical wiringon life insurance payments went to the ternoon to keep their feet from uppermost in his mind, insisted have in mind and heart the same

the new water plant at Moore beneficiaries of the deceased., freezing. Our personal advice, Jo, on holding at least one "bus- purpose, the upbuilding and development ?:-
Haven. The Contracting "
Spadaro Today life insurance justifies its is to put the fire out and freeze 'em.'t iness session. of the state. Our greatest
built the water plant, '
company I' name completely-for well over half while you can. In consequence, rishiug tackle, need is more men like them.
which will give'our neighbor to the
of all payments go to the living per- M. E. VonMach always alert this golf clubs and bathing bags were
North as fine a water supply as any.
sons who originally purchased the duties as school board chair- stacked in a corner while the boys

policies. man, sandwiched his vacation and : and girls of the press took' their Rites Allow Meat Eating
j
Lakeland mayor, visiting in Ma- I Tibet's Dalai Lama, vice regentof
insurance in between school seats to squirm, twitch and yaw
In other words, when life an operation
the streets dress- Buddha earth
con, appeared on on is allowed to
used to be purchased almost en- board meetings. He left immediately while sCleduled.speakers) equally
ed in pajamas and told everybody eat meat, but since their religion
who would listen that he'was doingit tirely for protection of dependents, following the July meeting and uncomfortable, read from prepared forbids meat they get around it by

to keep cool. He could have worn it is now largely used to create estates returned in time for the August manuscripts, mopped perspiring performing certain religious cere-

shorts and attracted less attention and to assure a secure old age meeting. That's planning your pleas- brows and tugged at wilting collais monies each meal to insure that the

and illnesses to conform with I President Harold Colee president dead animal will
but maybe that wasn't exactly what as well. The American public has ures be reincarnatedin
duties. Florida State Chamber of a higher' state of existenc_
the mayor wanted.-Leesburg Com- discovered that it provides the best public of the ,

mercial. I possible means of investment for the : A good many people found that Commerce, President 13'ob announced -

average man' and woman. hospitals. supplanted vacation resorts that the speaker's subject was

The Philadelphia baby girl, born I this year. The Ezelle: family "State Advertising". Like the guy be- .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:
who didn't want to buy a book
took Doc's appendix and Emma
after her mother's death brings to THE HlliI. ,
GIRLS CAN
mind two similar Florida cases. On i Jane's tonsils for their annual out- cause .he already had one, Most folk

November Bourne waited till he didn't want to hear the speaker be- I
ing. Hervey
; 16, 1933, a negro girl
baby was torn in a Tampa hospital "Two young men and a girl, aged,'.got safely in Buffalo for an emer- cause they had already heard him. Good FarmLand \

immediately following her mother's 17 to 19, were killed instantly late gency \appendix operation. Helen And as for the subject "Advertisin

deatlf and on September 26th, 1928a last night returning from a dance, Knight had each of her children in Florida"-'theY d heard that one too.

white boy was born in Daytona when their car crashed into"a tree I'I the hospital during her stay in Auburn For a fellow "unaccustomed as H

Beach. Both Florida children are at a high rate of speed. The fourth with her mother. R.: C.' Wil- he is and so forth" Mr. Colee did f..

still living, while in Philadelphia the member of the party is in a critical eon had a tonsil operation while in right well, and before he'd.been. r '

baby died. All births were Cesarian.U. condition in a local hospital." I I Marietta on vacation. And so it goes talkin' very long most folks realized' : for Rent

This news item, differing only in -but nearly everybody: is both well that he was makin' a NEW speed,

S. Engineers and the City of I minor detal, has appeared -a thous-I! and at home now, and here's hop- so they begin' to listen.

Fort Myers are taking legal steps to and times, and in papers in every I ing they continue in status quo. He told us of the plans of the

cause removal of the building in state of the Union. It reflects one I State Chamber of Commerce to advertise -I
Fort Myers housing Pete Ware's of the most tragic phrases of the I Of course, we should have expected the state, explained how Gov- /
I
marine shopsr Pilings and the build- automobile accident problem-the that the "Golf Cource" sign ernor Cone was gonna help raise the I \

ing extend several hundred feet out reckless drivers in their teens and I would be changed to a "golf course" money, and just about had everyone,

in the river and are deemed a men- early twenties. Out for a good time,I sign where the professor went thereto ready to stand up and shout "Glory Trespassers

: ace to navigation. Ware wanted I they. careen about the highways and spend the summer. Hallelujah", when Ralph Nicholsonof

.\: $10,000 for the property, which ap-I 1 by-ways-.and at regular intervals I the Tampa Daily Times and presi- I Will Be

praisers say is worth $500, $500 death follows in their tracks. Immature -I We understand the installation of ;. dent of the Associated Dailies of I ProsecutedClewiston

more being estimated for movingit. minds regard it as an act of I burglar alarms is becoming customary Florida, eases up out of his chair

enviable bravado to "see what the |I It's a good precaution, and smears Mr. Colee's little adver- f

old bus will do." In many cases the I for nobody knows who's the next tisin' picture until it looked like a I

T IT'S IX THE. NAME cars they drive should have been victim. Anyhow, newspaper offices:: cross between Haley's Comet and a I -- -

t -- sent::: to the junk pile long ago--I are' poor prospects: so we don't have crazy quilt.

r' You can tell what stage a college brakes are gone, lights are bad, I that to worry about. We can't help By this time the audience; was

f. student is in by the way he signs steering mechanisms are faulty, and but have a good bit of curiosity, wide awake and everybody was hay- '

i::..' his name. For instance: tires are down to the fabric,. ready;; though, and just want the gang to in' the time of their life. For a few

[ Freshman-Bill _Smith. for blowouts. I I come back and try it again. We minutes some of the girls 'didn't .

I- Sophomore.-William Smith. The larger part of the blame for i want. to know how those ,things know whether to faint or leave the Realty And
Junior W. Algernon Smith.
c+' : Accidents that kill and maim young, work. room and the fellows began lookin'for

t j' Senior-William A. Smith.>. people must be put squarely on the cushions and pop bottles, justin DevelopmentCorporation
'Graduate-W. A. Smith. I
I shoulders:; of their parents. The fath- The Pahokee News reports that case.
Job
,,' Hunter-Smith. ers and mothers who permit their i I on Sunday, July 25th there were G And 'so the )wordy battle raged,

> Ex.Ik i children endanger their lives with waterspouts visible on Lake Okee- gettin' louder and funnier, until
/ .
I';,. HOT WEATHER reckless driving, or are too lazy to 1 chobee.. It was during the late afternoon -/President Sikes, as chairman, prov- I

1 / I find out the true state of affairs, hours, when if you will remember ed himself master of the situationby .. /

I ere: to put it kindly, derelict in duty. j we were having a _smalli rising when the' debaters paused :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: .
The people in Florida have a lot : r.t!
'Even worse are the parents who i i rainstorm ourselves. Four of the
to be thankful;: for in this kind of
{). I I I vhen their children are arrested i waterspouts were seen at one time,

rl weather. I have'never known the i: j E: .. E..V i I or dangerous driving practice. : the other two a little later. Spouts : 'I; :: ::= "W::;: !: :1! =f. 7jj'l":: ; 'I:'=-l\/"f': ;;:''''''' "
depressing heat that we are having'
j ::aove heaven and' earth to have them i i on the lake: are not exactly rare,
in Washington Jat this time of year. I Franklin Hardware Co.
'' j I, i Treed, without punishment-thus, in i| but four at one time is very' unusual. '
One of the boys came from the .
up
I I Affect, telling them to go out and ----....- Mail Distributors Fort Mrel's, Fla.
district a few days ago andI_ asked i .
"Was it hot in Florida?" He : do it again. I Summer fishing stories are popu- 'FL Gentlemen: Please send me, without obligation -

said, "I thought it was until I got!j But youth itself, in the form of ;, lar in Florida. The Clermont Press its .complete information about Servel

here." Some of the members used j'he young girls who go'riding 'with tells of George Westbrook's unusual Electrolux, the Keroseno Refrigerator.

to laugh at me about going to Flor-j heir boy lends: can be of the greal- catch on a Clerinont lake recently. .Coupon

ida to cool off in the summer time, I st assistance in reducing this toll ,'He came in with-believe it or not Name ............:...:.........................................
but those that went down a short i t! ';y bestowing a ,bit of praise and -an 8 pound Canadian wild goose. '

time on short [ showing, admiration for the safe His fly caught in its wing and he

and agreed ago with me.trips There came is back an j I driver and simply refusing to ride dragged it in. He had the goose to I Street or P. F. D. ........._............................

,,, increasing interest in Floridain, th- : with the reckless one-making sane prove his story. The goose was left

,1 summer time. There are many who I ;M\ins the price of a date and watch i behind in the migration north 'this J Town .................-..._....._..._... S ta te.'B" ..-........._... '

aid' boy friend slow down. l I I spring. Just how or why no one .,., ..,.. .
cannot get in the winter ,
who
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Florida sportsmen will have tlf I : '. ;:. !

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as many deer. as possible In certain -i 'i'I :

areas, all In the sacred cause I ; '. Health:: and Accident ..j; .4, .

of tick eradication. 1 Fire .,
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:: GENERAL
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The experiment of killing the i

deer to get rid of Texas fever ticks .. WindstormAutomobile 1 ) .;.

is not unlike some of the ideas ofF :.: ''- \ :::

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:' may work, but no ore know?. Ar<\'' .;. Liability ._!:

vcn though all the deer carrying,
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AUGUST 13, 193? : THE CLEWISTON NEWS I'AGt! FIVE
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=non' (..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ,:? I Miss Ulla Jacobsen returned In Automobile Accident torlc scenes of the state will be reprod'uced L. -B. MershonAGENT

Tuesday night from a visit of sever- as closely as possible;

theKarl J :i: Personal Mention :;: al days in Tampa. Her brother, N. Women Escape InjuryMoore miniature highways more than sev- '-

R. Jacobsen accompanied her and en thousand feet will take the visi-

&-., ....'.,................0......................... .................................,..........",........:..:.: left Thursday, _,for his !home in Chi- tor from one end of the state to the New York, Life'Insurance

( Haven Democrat) other. There will be nothing of a
A.
the H. Davis of Okeechobee was a cago. Company

and. visitor in Clewiston Tuesday. Three local women on their way carnival nature, no beer or gamb- ARCADIA, FLORIDA

v home Wednesday afternoon from ling, no ballyhoo or anything which ,

rgu- Miss Mary Louise Oglesbybrought was Fort Myers Beach narrowly escaped might be offensive to the visft r.

how Sandy Bell returned Sunday froma home Tuesday from West serious injury when their car skidded j't I II

'red .' week's visit in Savannah. Palm Beach ,where she has been recuperating on the wet pavement a few While is a private enterprise, L M. COUSECounselor
receivedin we feel that expoistion of
from injuries an this
'hen miles from Fort Myers on the Beach
fall. still confined to kind will be well worth while for
Although
a '
uaz- Rodman Wallace of Okeechobeeis road, crashed into. a tree and slithered -I
her bed, Miss Oglesby is improving its educational advantages. Within and Attorney at Law 'l
by visiting Maurice Ford. off into a ditch 'without over-
nicely. a very short time an out-of-state Hopkins Building
thruork turning. Mrs. J. W. Adkins was the I
l visitor can take a trip over the statein Wednesdays and Saturdays .
Mrs. Walter visited Mrs. driver of the car and Mrs. S. C.
Brantley miniature and
9:30
secure a better idea to 4:00
OUt Charles Chandler in Okeechobee over Mis. C. W. Simmons and daughter Stalls and Mrs. R. D. Lyons were
of the state ,as a whole and the location -
ute, v. the week-end. Doris, Miss Ethel 'Willis and the other occupants. None of them
of those points he wants most
ther "i' -I Miss Alma Anglin spent Friday in received any injury save bruises and to visit. I

tter West Palm Beach. Miss Sarah Bell nervous shock.A NORGE REFRIGERATORS
Mrs. Gratton George and Mrs.
'ork -- Warren returned with them after heavy rain which had fallen Furniture and Home Furnislimss
,: Harold Spikes motored to Belle I
' ". Glade Thursday.S. a' two month's visit with friends during the afternoon made the as- NOTICE PHILCO RADIOS

>e a there. phalt pavement very slick and Mrs.

e a : A. Graves '"of LaBelle and T. G. Adkins was driving at a moderate the NOTICE undersigned-IS HEREBY on GIVEN September.that Household FurnishingsInc.

'onof Walker of Tallahassee were busi- Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nall enter- rate of speed estimated by the other Seventh. 19'37, apply to the Board of

; '. ness visitors here Thursday. tained delightfully with a buffet ladies at less than thirty-five milesan County County Commissioners of Hendry .
Florida at a Meetingto be
!ith- supper Wednesday evening. Guests hour. The crash into a palm tree held at 10:00 A. M.. at the Court HouseIn

na- :Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Graves and I were-Mr. and Mrs. S., T. Kelly, Loyd, on the shoulder ,of the ro'ad did considerable LaBelle. Florida for vacation pur- BELLE GLADE FLORIDA
suant to the provisions of Chapter
siring- Robert Waldron of LaBelle were in Robert and Sam Kelly, of Kearney, damage to the car but he 14822. Laws of Florida. Acts of 1931.

Clewiston Tuesday night. I Missouri, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. deep ditch into which it slid pre- of all that part of the Plat of General
Ind Plan of Clewiston, Florida, recordedIn
Shelley and E. E. Kelly., vented its overturning. The body of, Plat Book 2, at pages 1 to 14. Inclusive it

sci- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Waters of La- the can was not damaged. :Mrs. Stalls of the Public Records of .
son Mrs. Gratton George honored her ry County, Florida, lying
ri.. Belle visited Sunday with relatives received painful bruises in the chest the Revised Clewiston Hcnd-I

ith t.' here. husband on the occasion of his: and shoulder when thrown against boundaries of which Revised : }
the '. are described as follows:
en- birthday Tuesday evening with an the'steering wheel of the car. Mrs. Beginning a point on the North I

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Small and informal lAdklns' glasses |were broken: and Line of Clewiston Townsite Northof
party. Attending were
b lor- 1
Mrs. G. H. Small spent Saturday in she was knocked unconscious for a the intersection of the West
to Misses Sandy Welles, Hazel Prince Line of Monterey Street and the
Fort Myers.: fe\y minutes. I South Line of Esperanza' Avenue:
oilare- Mae Lily Stone, Roberta George, Mr. thence South to the Intersection of
k The ladies were taken into Fort the West line of Monterey Street
md Misses Seale Effinger and Ella and Mrs. Robert George and H. H. Myers and were met there by their and the South line of Esperanza

: Faye Price of Gainesville are guests I Avenue; thence Southeasterlyalong
Avant. husbands
I More
me Wednesday night. the South line of Esperanza
for two weeks of Miss
:el ,,: '. Betty Spicer. than 150 accidents have occurred on Avenue to its intersection with

est; Mr.. and Mrs. H.. T. Vaughn and this slick stretch of road since the the thence West South line of the Antilles Street:
on West line of
a I'IT'S
Mrs. O. C. Benbow of Bradentonis
{. sons returned Tuesday from a two first of the year. There were two Antilles Street to the North line
c
,
.:\ visiting her son, Clarence O. Ben- of Seminole Avenue; thence con-
others afternoon.
bow. months vacation. They spent several Wednesday tinning: South along the extensionof
;I / I the West line of Antilles Street
weeks in Louisiana visiting friends through Blocks 99. 98, 97 to the
CATTLEMEN AND SPORTSMEN
nt, :" Ito Paul Downey of Newark, New I and relatives and returned by way ATTEND ORLANDO MEETINGA North thence line Southwesterly of Caribbean to the Avenue Inter-; EASY WITH

Jersey, spent a few days here this section of the South line of Carib-
of. North Carolina, remaining for
r'- ,week visiting friends. bean Avenue ,and the West line of
two weeks in the mountains. Theyare large number of sportsmen and Lopez Street; thence South along \iSqtt\
37 the West line of Lopez Street to a
cattle attended the
owners
e- Mr. and Mrs. C. J.. Lovvorn: of at present at the Clewiston Inn. open point 90 feet South of the Center '
'. meeting and offered suggestions but line of the Atlantic Coast Line 'pAyMENT PLAN
Canal Point were visitors in Clewis
Railroad
thence East along the
'aI ;
except for minor changes the rules
ton yesterday afternoon. South line of Bahama Street to
LaBELLE NEWSR. made out by the livestock board the West line of Florida Avenue; I

-- were adopted, the most notable am- Thence South. Southeast East, Give children every
your
.
Mr. and Mrs. Urey Waldron of Northeast North along the 'West
endment being to, provide that the Southwest South, Southeast. East opportunity they deserve ill
Okeechobee arrived Sunday to spend line of Florida Avenue to the own home. A playroom,
removal of the deer from the areas your
a two week's vacation with relatives. H. Tabb is in Orlando this point where the East line of Flor-
week' on business., affected should be accomplished only ida Avenue, extended.. Intersectsthe den, workshop, complete
I by shooting by commissioned agents: North line of Bahama Street: freedom. All these plus
I ;, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Durrence returned -- thence East along the North line security theirs and
or representatives of the board and of Bahama Street to the East line are yoursIn
Wednesday from a two James Johnson and Fred Lyons of Istmo own home. You can
by licensed hunters except on posted Street; thence continue your
weeks' visit with relatives in Okee- were visitors Tuesday in Clewiston. East along the extension of the purchase a home now and
;1 chobee. propeperty or that under fence. Any North line of Bahama Street to pay like rent over a long

:i person violating regulations will be the East line of Francisco Street; period with our Budget
Harry DeLaney made a business thence continue East along the
subject to prosecution and his hunt- South line of Arco Street and the Monthly Payment Plan. It's
Marvin Altman, former resident trip Tuesday to Fort lIyer's.Hugh ing license will be revoked. extension thereof to the East advantageous to buy or build_

who is now living in Ocala, spent boundary line of Clewiston Town- now in face of rising prices!
p Stations are to be erected in each site: thence Northerly ,along the ;
several days here this week 'visiting Hull last week
at
vI spent of the areas 'where every hunter East boundary line of Clewiston
friends. Devil's Garden. Townsite to the intersection of
must check in and out and where the North Boundary line of Clew-

every deer killed must be inspectedfor iston Townsite: thence Northwesterly -
I Malley Palmer of St. Cloud has Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Miller have returned -' I along the North boundary line Clewiston Federal
ticks. Deer must be butcheredand of Clewiston Townsite to the pointof
moved to Clewiston and is
employed from an extended vacation
hide beginning.
the head and feet must
at the Seminole Drug DepartmentShop. spent in north Florida. UNITED STATES SUGAR CORPO-
and LoanAssociation
be turned over to a board representative RATIONBy Savings

v J ; running dogs cannot be JAY. W. MORAN
Treasurer. \
Miss Mildred Conyers left Monday
I '
I II used in hunting; board representatives CLEWISTON REALTY AND DE-
Jimmy Hall left Thursday to for West Palm Beach to make
VELQPMENT CORPORATIONBy
I I II cannot sell either hide or veni-
I spend a week with his grandmother her future home.
F.' DEANE DUFF, VicePresident. -
Mrs. Amy Hall in St. Peters- I son and a complete record must be 'W; j : wjjfi{ .:R'li i?
\ kept of every deer killed in the areas. No. 122, August 6-13-20.
burg. :Mrs. W.' P. Andrews, Mrs. F. Neilen -
Other deer will be used to restock -
-- and M. L. Williams made
a trip
Harry Knight, who was employed the areas after the tickinfested -I

in the Eastern division of field oper- Monday to Fort Myers. deer are killed. The hunting per-

ations' by the United States Sugar -- iod ends on December 31 except in I '

'corporation last season, has returned Miss Dorothy Martin of Arcadia Osceola county where local regula- -
is'' several weeks with Miss j /Iti
il ilII spending
-' and is residing in Clewiston. tions will prevail. Six townships are FLORIDA
: .
McClenithan.Mrs.
I Margaret in a
included the Glades county area. I
'
II J.: D. Leonard, jr., and his mother, : '
G. B. Rackstraw of Clewis- %
I 'Mrs. J. D. Leonard, sr., of St. Peters- DRAINAGE DISTRICT OFFICIAL '
! ton was the guest, Wednesday of
/ 'burg, spent a few days in Clewiston ATTENDS LAKEPOIIT MEETINGF.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johnson.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Von
:
i' Mach this week. C. B. LeGro, secretary and as- gJ ,
The Rev. A. M. Glisson and Harvey sistant general manager of the Everglades j

I Mrs. Ivsy Pafford and daughters, Sims attended a ministers meeting Drainage District attendedthe it r z& H

II Anne and Mary Kay, left Tuesdayfor Tuesday morning in Fort My- meeting of the Lakeport Agri- !

a. two weeks' visit with Mrs. ers. cultural Association last Thursday

I ; Pafford's parents at Brunswick, -- night and gave the members of the I &51 Qjl

. Georgia.Mr./ W. D. Blount motored Tuesday to association renewed hope that their

"

: / been visiting there since Thursday, section would be heard.
r and Mrs. R. N. Smith and FLORIDA
returned to LaBelle with them.
- \ Mr. LeGro spent Thursday after-
son, Bobbie, were visitors in Pa-
GARNETI ANDREWS,ManagerENJOY
hokee Friday afternoon. Mr. Smith noon in the area looking over con-
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. and SUMMER COMFORT at this.
Crosby ditions and in his talk that night as
was soloist at the wedding of Miss
j modern, firzp-oof hotel in the heart of down
Hazel Elliott and S. W. Kendall at daughter, Barbara Ann of Pahokee guest speaker before the body he as- town Jacksonville. Every room with tub and

\ the: Methodist church. spent Sunday with Mrs. Crosby's sured them that he recognized their shower, soft water, ceiling fan, radio, stalled

'I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davis. great need for some drainage relief summer mattress door and .reading. Every Bed lamp.with Running innerspring ice

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jost of Stuart /
in
and that he would do everything water on every floor

spent the week-end visiting; Mr. and Pete Anderson, Harry Anderson, his power to help out with these AIR CONDITIONED t
,
LOUNGE COFFEE SHOP Stop at the .
.Mrs. B. J. Schroeder. Little Joe Sherman Luckey, Charles Hough drainage problems. COCKTAIL DINING AND MEETING ROCMS E

r .... Schroeder, who has been with his and James H. Johnson motored Sun The meeting was the largest of Rate,-Smglc' with Private Bold {

grandmother in Stuart for a week, day to Fort Myers Beach. any since the association organized, 73 Room $2.00 80 Rooms 2.50 jiotelPottieia

returned with them to his home. 40 Rooms S3.00 24 Rooms $3,50 1
this being the fourth regular meetIng. -
I
10 S.mpl. Roomih Print. Bud 1400
Miss Margaret McClenithan, Miss Twenty-five members were lot double
r new Slight ux'ttit occucmcv AVENUE
Mrs. L. M. Oliphant returned Sun- E. SECOND
312 S. ,
a Dorothy Martin and J. F. McCleni added. Th'e next meeting will be held .
O.h. I 8 POUND 010"
: day to her home in Marietta, Geor-
'
than made a trip Saturday to Ever on August 19th at the Bear Beach MOIIl PATTIN V "O'El DISOIO
,. gia after a visit with her daughter, glades, where they visited relativesand Chapel. \ 0..._.., tae, \........ ,. All Outside Rooms With
; e-
1 Mrs. R. C. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. a.
Hath
frjends. Private
''Wilson accompanied her to Haines MIAMI'S EXPOSITION

: City where she took the train. :MRS. PAFFOIU HOSTESS -- COOL, CLEAN, QUIET

AT Not to be outdone by the larger
BRIDGE CLUB MEETINGThe !
:' Wilbur Goff left Saturday for a Overlooking Biscayne Hay
.' northern and western cities Miami
:. trip to New York and a stay of sev- -
. meeting of the Wednesday will stage an exposition of her own + and
Two Theatre
: eral weeks in that vicinity. He made blocks to Shops,
i' afternoon bridge club was changedto this winter which will be of the
one
.' the trip by boat from Miami. B. C. ROUND-TRIP a Business Section.
i' II Friday afternoon last week. :Mrs. most unique things of its kind ever TICKETS
Flaniken and Jones Bryan accompanied -
.' Ivey Pafford was hostess. undertaken:
:' him to Miami. GOOD IN'COACHES RATES
\ High score prize, a recipe cabinet -
: The show will be known as the
was won by Mrs. M. E. Yena- I SOLD EVERY DAY BETWEEN
,
.' .)r M. E. VonMach returned Friday Lilliputian' Florida Exposition and
Single
.
ALL ATLANTIC COAST LINE] $1.50
wine.
Mrs.
Keathley Bowden received
i' -
from St. Petersburg where he spent instead of filling a large number of

";. the past month at Bay Pines IIos a kitchen towel for consolation, enormous buildings will be housedis I i STATIONS WITHIN 125 MILES Double
.' and Mrs. T. B. Shelley a double IOF SELLING STATION ATj $2.50
:. pital. Following an operation for an enclosure only eight hund-
;. \ hernia, Mr. VonMach remained in deck of cards for cut prize. GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, .
' red feet long and containing; three RETURN PORTION Special I"amiJrYccI>:IJ' &
.j UNUSED
::: the -hospital for several days, and A delicious salad course was serv- hundred and fifty thousand square i REDECMAOLEA Monthly Rates

:. then recuperated, at a St. Petersburghotel ed to Mrs D. G. Alston, Mrs. Bowden feet. The enclosure will be shapedin ; K THE AGENT TICKET

:. for ja couple of weeks. He Miss Kathryn Carter, Mrs. J. the general contour of Florida S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor
L
:spent three days on a trip to Havana W. Ezelle, Mrs H. R. Hall, Mrs. which will show to visitors the state ,

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1937




I IBEAUTY'S

TO CHEERFUL CHERUB


1r' I hove this life with.i ..,


DAUGHTERBY ? 11 its ..strife.I .

love i its joy hd


woe,


KATHLEEN NORRIS OKathleenNorris And through my days
WNU Servlc*.
"t. song of praise.j


Hert-singing v r

1 shall go. q

R.rcAiWNU
CHAPTER IX-Continued had been streaming on, Victoria had 'What are you two doing to- into her warm blankets. It would be

-14- teen smiling vaguely, hardly listen night?" good to stay in bed on such a morning -

"Why, my God, Vic, he was ing. "My dear," said Serena, "I've she thought, still caught in Q

climbing right to the top in diplo- "Now, this must be a secret. just ordered an early dinner for dreams-what morning was this,

macy when he got hurt I They were Where is that? 1 thought--oh, yes, Spencer-why don't you be a dar anyway? Good heavens this was

where it !I" .vlrs. Moore- over and play backgammon Christmas eve-with everything to
to go to Spain; that's one of the fat 1 know IS ling and come Service.

places I There's lots of money: noth- weather was saying, as she drew m with him? I've been called do .

ing could have stopped him! She and out of their frames great deep tc town. A dear old friend Mary Then she remembered, and the

was packing her trunks when he black drawers filled with silken Catherwood, is at the Fairmont. and gray dark morning seemed darker,

was hurt." beauty. "This must be a little se- she wants me to come in and dine and her bones her head, her whole ffollJel101d dL. @

"Well, i don't suppose he especially I cret between you and me," she ran late with her I'm disgiuted-such being seemed to ache with the bitter

it." a frightful night, but what can you necessity of coming back to con-
enjoyed on.Victoria did not hear her. Her do?" sciousness. Ah, if she could only L. QueJliollf

"She told me," Quentin said in a head was spinning, and her mouth There was more of it. It was stay asleep and go on from sleepto

tender undertone, not hearing one filled with'' salt water. Her brown but death beautiful.
very convincing, not quite convincing warm friendly
Removing Wallpaper. To ,
remove -
word of what had said "she
Vicky -
hands were lying on the royal foldsof enough. When the conver death ,
told smash wallpaper quickly, put a
before the
that
me just a white Chinese shawl. sation was ended, there was nothing She lay thinking, her throat thick heaped tablespoonful of
she had been planning to buy a certain saltpetre .
After a while she was out in the for Victoria but vigil. RestI. s. her head confused. her heart and to a gallon of water and apply
white shawl at the Sea Cap-
tain's in She street again, walking in a businesslike feverish, sleepless, the hours of the mind in confusion. Quentin: Quentin freely with a whitewash brush,

Shop the most Shanghai. thing saysit she I way toward the White House. night began to go by. It was a and Serena Morrison. while the water is very hot. The
was
ever saw and that gorgeous wher. their plans The familiar shops and corners still night, the eve of Christmaseve Victoria suddenly felt that she paper then can be stripped from

all changed and before she knew went by her; flashing, in winter sun- with the world tightened undera was suffocating. strangling. She thp walls quite easily.

";- light and cold shadows, moving frost, and every outdoor sound flung off the blankets reached for .
whether Morrison's eye was 'goingto with forms and sounding with the echoing like a pistol shot. I her heavy wrapper even while she
be saved she used to Washing Linoleum. Dissolve
or not, go a
horns of cars and the chip of feet. Ten. Eleven. Midnight, and no was groping with her feet for her
; every day and take a look at the lump of sugar in the water when
Victoria felt dazed and weak; she Quentin. At half-past twelve Vic- fur-lined slippers.
shawl. So when it was all over and washing linoleum or oilcloth, anda
i. he'd resigned from the diplomaticstaff felt that her' knees would give way. toria, drowsing .with: her reading "B-r-r-r! she muttered, going to brilliant polish will result.
"Oh God God, God!I" the opened window.-shutting it with
she went there one last my my my .*

, time and kissed up the white shawl. Victoria said, half aloud. one swift gesture. The garden be- Heat the Nail.-Before hammering .
low the window bleak and bare
). good-by I She couldn't stand here like an lay a nail into the wall either heat
idiot; passers-by would notice her. under a fine frosting of white; a the end over jet .it in
"Somehow, Quentin said, lost in delicate powdering of frost cov- a gas or hold
She walked irresolutely toward I'll! boiling water for few seconds.
his own thoughts-"somehow the a
ered the bricks of the walks and lay
,,
thought of her going in there and Geary street, turned oack. She had like lace on the soaked bronze red If the nail is treated in this way
, had something to do-something to the plaster will not crumble and
: laying her face against that shawl of the leaf pile under the oaks.
k;: -well, it gets you! I mean she's do at three o'clock-oh, yes, Quentin She splashed her face with cold the nail will hold firmly for a far
(, but little had asked her what she wantedfor longer period than otherwise.
nothing a girl.
water, brushed her hair, looked at .
Christmas, and she had said *
"And you're nothing but a little the ghostly vision in the mil) or.
'. that he would meet her some after- Summer Salad.-Peel and cut
raw blind baby!I" Vicky might think
After while she went down-
a
noon to pick it out, and she had told into small squares or slices 6
hotly. But she never said it aloud stairs, to sit holding her coffee cup
the children that didn'tlike i medium-sized (boiled
grown-ups potatoes ),
[: No, he was in the grip of a fever
at the level of her mouth, an elbow
'> surprises as much as they liked I i add 3 tablespoons grated onion,
now, and there was no saving him _
r1 resting on the table, her far
getting just what they wanted. And eyes 2
\ tablespoonfuls, chopped parsley,
until it went down. He could neither -
She could eat nothing, but
then-only yesterday Quentin had away. 2
t' tablespoonfuls chopped carrot,
hear nor understand until then.
1.' suggested that she pick it out her- she managed a few swallows of cof- 2 tablespoonfuls chopped cucum-
1.k, fee managed a question to the
; ber 2
r: One day Vic met in the street a self.She maid tablespoonfuls chopped
had said she would go in at : celery or beetroot. Pour over a
woman who stopped her with a .
"Did the doctor have his break
three and pick out the electric re generous supply of French dress-
smile. A pretty woman, but wear- "
frigerator. fast, Anna? and set aside for several hours.
, ing too much rouge and powder, 1 1I ing
I Io Her Christmas gift was to be an I "No, ma'am. He had a cup of Garnish with mustard and cress or
:h lipstick and mascara, a woman suggesting I
electric refrigerator. coffee standing, in the kitchen, he shredded lettuce. _

;: a gallant retreat from youth Another oriental art shop. Vic- I wouldn't sit down. He had an. eight WNU Service. .
I .
t\:, and beauty. toria went in. r / o'clock at the Dilnte"Did ." ...
f.: I tiEMiE
I
"" "Marian Pool!I" Vicky said. Mar- "You have a beautiful shawl in as he, say anything about din '

ian was animated; the beautiful the window-the red-and-yellow one. ner?"

!'" eyes worked with their,old fire; she What price is a shawl like that?" "He said he'd have Miss Cone I.
t,' had an "adorable cattle king" in telephone." |SNOW WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
takeit
"That one, madam? Shall we .
';-.: tow. "My dear, he owns half of out of the window? That one is All the Keatses would be coming LARGE JARS 5fAHD/O

''hs,i Brazil!" she said in an aside introducing 325." down tomorrow to have Christmas

a'copper-colored stout old "It's beautiful. But not today, dinner,with all 'the Hardistys. There

person who spoke only a stilted thank you. It isn't as handsome as She Lay Thinking, Her Throat would be presents for all the little Lonely Distrust

English and used that almost entirely Thick, Her Head Confused. Keatses upon the little Hardistys'tree. What loneliness is more lonely
the white one, Vicky thought, wan-
for labored compliments to Mar- This'was Christmas eve. Hate- than distrust?George Eliot.
dering aimlessly out into the sunshine full in her
lamp shining start-
ian. Marian was still beautiful, again. "It isn't anything like eyes ful, unendurable, empty, Christmaseve
ed with that
a frightened sense
Vicky thought; she was not much up and Christmas day must some-
as handsome. What will he write
Fire-ac-
everything was all
more than forty, but ten wrong. how be endured.She .
years ago
on the card? But no, I won't bear cident-calamity .
she would not have wasted any timeon it. I won't bear it!I" mounted the two flights of
Then she heard what had waked
Senor de Raa. I
her mother's
stairs to room. Magda
I She felt sick, sore, as if every her; his car on the drive. She knew .
Now she was working over him in bed in the
always stayed morn- "Cap Brush'A pGcetor ,
bone of her mental moral and
the sound of the engine and the
industriously, laughing at his lame ings; this morning she had a fire, JUST A makes"BLACMLEAF4D"DASH
spiritual, had been jarred and hurt. scrunch of the her heart ooMUCaFaaTMSaToday's
gravel ,
l. jokes, allowing the fat paw to ; and was cozily ensconced in her IN FEATHERS..
.. squeeze her own pretty hands. I She couldn't even select the refrig- heavy and sad as it was, felt some- pillows, with her light burning, and OR >S P RE A D O N ROOSTS
erator. Feverishly, in a sudden needto thing of reassurance and calm. She
"Watch me get a present out of be home and, with her children, snapped off her light, composed her- her breakfast tray on 'her knees.
him. He shipped his wife and "You look tired," Magda said,
Victoria Gwen chat- I
picked up very self as if asleep. He mustn't feel Value
daughters on the last steamer, andhe's ty and gay, went to the garage, got himself watched.She with a glance.
I One today is worth two tomor-
TO RE CONTINUED)
going wild, said Marian, (
ir to her car, and threaded her way
heard him hewasn't
come upstairs; rows.-Benjamin Franklin.For .
with
drawing Vicky them intoMarsh's
through the south-bound traffic to-
} going to put his car away? Amphioxus First Knownto
beautiful shop. She called
ward the Peninsula.The .
\i, the attention of the cattle king to Poor Quentin, perhaps it had really Have Had Backbone
: the cabinets of jade jewelry. Vicky trees were bare, and the been an operation then, at the City a speedy and effective action Dr.Peery's

.:.. who roads looked cold. Smoke went and County hospital, or the emer- About 400,000,000 years or more "Dead Shot"has no equal. One dose only
had left Gwen with a dentist
straight from all the little Nature created the Amphioxusthe will clean out worms. SOc. All druggists.
/ for half an hour's straightening of up. gency; perhaps' he was completely ago
teeth looked houses; Christmas wreaths showed blameless, tonight at least first animal that is known to DrPeerv'sVermifuge
interestedly at of
; one
: have had semblance of back-
in their windows. Victoria shud- a a
;:. oriental and
jewelry porcelain, bone. Nature good crafts- I '
dered; it would be good to get was a '
,, the world's finest collections of CHAPTER X \
home. man in this work, for the Amphioxushas .
f brocade and teak and ivory, brass ,
But when she was in a cotton come down to us, through all
'. and enamel. A middle-aged saleswoman dress, and fairly smothered by the Other sounds, Victoria sat up in these millions of years, in almost Wrlehts Pill Co.. 100 Gold Street. N. T. City

f' : presently drew her aside. enthusiastic reception from the bed with her heart pumping. Everything unchanged condition. It is found

' "Excuse me, madarA, but did :' even then the sense of was all wrong, cold, terri- throughout temperate and tropical

,. your friend' speak of you as 'Mrs. nursery sickness and shock did not heal; fying, shaken again. For Quentin, regions in just as primitive a formas
Hardisty? cautiously coming upstairs, had only
it according to a
': even then she sat blankly, Maddyin was eons ago,
"I'm Mrs. Hardisty," Vic said. her lap the other children circling put out his porch light, had snappedout scientist in the New York Herald
,
: "And your husband is Dr. Har- the drive light. Now the car Tribune. In American waters it is
about her in the glow of the
disty? I thought 'so. There was lights were again, and the car
fire, with her staring up found as a slender, wormlike crea- Help Them Cleanse the Blood
something I wanted to ask nursery eyes itself was slowly wheeling on the in
you. into Quentin loved another ture about two inches long, but of Harmful Body Waste

This is very unprofessional," the space.Quentin loved another drive. Japanese waters it reaches a lengthof Your kidneys are constantly filtering-
woman broke off in a tone of smil- woman. Victoria what she waste matter from the blood stream.But
not knowing ten inches.
"' woman A more beautiful wom- kidneys sometimes lag in their work-do
;. ing and eager apology. Vic could than she could ever hope to be. did, was on her own upper porch, Out of the Amphioxus came the not act as Nature intended-fail to remove -
an that, if retained,
impurities may
only continue to look expectationand trembling with cold and '''fear and sharks the fishes the the
A strange, mysterious, fascinatingwoman reptiles, poison the system and upset the whole-
surprise. "You see," the sales- I despair in her thin wrapper, with quadrupeds, the mammals, the pri- body machinery. be nagging backache,

woman pursued, "Christmas is very her feet bare and her:eyes straining mates and finally man. If Amphioxus persistent Symptoms headache may ,attacks of dizziness

close, and someone was looking at "The doctor will not be home for after the departing car. had failed in its duty as a getting up nights, swelling. puflHness
dinner Mrs. Hardisty. Miss Cone under the eyes-a feeling of nervous
a present for you in here yesterday, She saw the car 'turn, saw it link in the chain of evolution or anxiety and loss of pep and strength.
and I thought ." just telephoned. He has an opera- had differentiated itself in some Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder \
nine." leave the gates again, saw it turn may bo burning, scanty or too
tion at
She had led Victoria into a small toward the Morrisons' house. It other fashion, the human race frequent urination.
"
"Thank you, Anna. And the There should be no doubt that prompt
adjoining salesroom where there have eventuated out of
stopped at 'the side door, and pres- might never treatment is wiser than neglect. Use
were a teak table and some chairs. jealous agony, lulled for a moment, ently house light went and its primal protoplasm. Some other Doan's Pills. Doan't have been winningnew
a
up
"Do sit down," she said, "and I'll began again, fierce and tearing and then the car lights were put' out. animal form might today be reign- They friends have for a nation-wide more than forty reputation.Are years..

explain. Your husband was in here irresistible. After a while Victoriawas Shrubs shut the doorway partially ing as lords of this terrestrial ball. recommended by grateful people tho
in her, own room and idly han- country over. Ask your ncighborlWNU
yesterday looking at some of our from the window porch where Vic- Amphioxus, therefore, holds a keg

lovely things, and he picked one dling the telephone. toria stood with all her world goingto position in the evolutionary processof '

out for your Christmas present. Suddenly,, shamed color in her pieces about her, but she could vertebrates and in the early days

Now, often when a gentleman does pale face, she called the hospital. discern two figures silhouetted for carried heavy responsibility for C,

that," Mrs. Mooreweather went on I Was Dr.. Hardisty there? Was he an instant against the open door. 'starting the whole group of beings

confidentially, "I like to give' the to be there? No operation that eve- Then it closed, and presently the with bones toward their ultimate -7 32-37

lady just a little hint, wher I can, : ning? downstairs light went out, too, and, destiny.

because sometimes, as we all know, "You can get him at his home, the cold Christmas countryside and Although the Amphioxus is classed checksMALARIA

tastes do differ, and when a presentis Atherton eight eight eight," a pleas- her life and her love and her faith with the vertebrates, it has neither

very handsome-and this is hand- ant girl's voice presently said. were all plunged into cold dark- backbone nor cranium. Where these

some-it's so easy to give a gentle- Vicky waited awhile, and the ness. bony structures are found in the in three day

man just a little hint, and say, 'I cold-bound winter world and the more advanced types of animals, uuu COLDS

think your wife would surely prefer wind whining over the oaks and An iron winter sky was low over the Amphioxus has only a cartilage LIQUID TABLETS irsk/ day

that,' and then she gets what she the blighted gardens seemed to the world when morning came with= rod. It is but a routine step from SALVE, NOSE DROPS Headache, '30 minutes.

wants, and we please a customer." wait, too. Presently she telephoned out sunrise; Vicky, waking at sev- the cartilage to the bony struc-

While the amiable endless patter I to Serena. en, shivered wearily down again ture. Try f'Bub.M-Tlsm"-World's Bit 1 Liniment





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OUR COMIC SECTION beaute sans vertu est -v-enemies notions are and not destruc.men.
; fleur '
sans perfum. (F.) by which men are
without virtue is like a D. Young.
without perfume. misfortune always been
Giuoco di mano, giuoco di trainer than fortune?-
lano. (It.) A practical joke .

t'i I"0-1] | SNOOPIE |10 villainous ens Ruat fall.caelum.or vulgar(L.) joke.Let the law."Q ignoring,-more.progress precedents.than has any other been".

Sapiens
qui assiduus. (L.) the world, is the one to
is he who is settled; that is best for her man.-Sir
who has landed property. Barrie. .
I'liftL Dare pondus fumo. (L.) To of science is the
weight to smoke; to give hout the world.-Charles
tance to trifles. .
Al piu. (It.:) At most. should be respected as
Consuetudo pro lege I but no one idolized.
(L.) Custom'is observed as a I Einstein.

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PAGE EIGHT THE CLEWISTON (NEWS r- I FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1037

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-. is veteran must have had at the time and secure their passage in the Sen-

Iof death in order for.h. s widow to ate. <
Is Your Subscription Paid
WASHINGTON/ be entitled to a pension. Until a couple -

[ ...nvE \ of years ago it had to be clearly INSURED SAVINGS-The sav-

WS ; established that the veteran's death ings of 8408 persons in 49 savingsand
/ was due to an ailment incurred or loan associations in Florida are

i iI .aggravated in service, but a law was now insured up to $5,000 on each, .

I passed at that time which permitteda accounty by the Federal Savings,and' <. 'i wlf j Jif' TIt1: !1
pension to the widow if the veteran Loan Insurance corporation,' according -:

I had service-connected: 30 the disabilities time of; to figures just* released here. '.- '..." ,..._> -.,,_ .... _.'-
amounting to \ % at Assets of these Insured thrift .
death. This took care of those cases home-financing institutions ant .

I nearly where 100 a veteran% on his might serviceconnected be rated- $18,641,912. There' are also from quite other a- '/ :; : ''
FROM CONGRESSMAN few applications pending '
ailments, yet would be killed in Florida Associations for insurance i 'tt ?rJ
"F. /.j :
!!:'J, HARD1N PETERSON some accident and Under the prior i to protect the funds of their in- : ; : ,

law his widow was not entitled to I vestors. These insured associationsmust '" .; ... .' .,' ..., ,.', J;. ..A, '
pension as he did not die directly I show before the insurance is .:: : ; ; .
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H SUGAR-Readers wonder from a service-incurred disability. issued, that they: have developed or : .
why] we are so interested in sugar, Lowering the percentage from 30 soundly both as to inflow of sav- ; '
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but Florida is fighting desperatelyto to 20 will open the door to many ings from old and new investors, and : E '

get the increased quotas which widows who were not included be- in the volume of loans being made ct : ; : : :: :

enable the sugar industry to expand.I fore. This bill also provides service that for purchase, construction, recondiI ff : .. ) #: >; ; :

Florida today can produce sugar for where a veteran entered the I tioning and refinancing. homes. I ,
about half the price that Louisiana before Nov. 11- 1918!) Armistice Day. : .

can and can compete successfullywith and the official date of ending of the SPANISH WAR VETERANS-I .l 'rJ.

the off-shore area.. This week war, and reenlisted after that date ,. .: ,i :.... ,; :'1" .
the Florida delegation has fought any time up to July 2, 1921, he'' is have introduced a bill, H.. B. 8010_ ", .'J'- : ,: .. .PI..lntlng ., .' ','. '.

desperately to get increased quotas. officially considered a World' War which: would give soldiers, sailors : : : :: ,/ ,, --::

:We were not successful in getting veteran. This will take care of veterans and nurses who were Inducted into

what we wanted, because the House who enlisted shortly before the I
: I the service under special and authorization ::
was afraid to accept any amend- Armistice and did not have the ,required I '
ments because they were afraid so 60 'days of service prior to for emergency services following

many amendments would be adopted that date to" give them the benefitsof I ] the sinking, of the Maine, but :: -

so they fought off -all amend- legislation enacted for war-time prior to April 21, 1898, and provid -{ '4 ;

ments. However, the chairman, of the veterans. The entire Florida delegal ing>they served 90 days ormore continuously -
committee announced on the floor tion voted for passage of c
I with at least 70 days serv- V V ,
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that he believed that Florida should tr r. : : .of.
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have at least 75,000 tons, which is I NUMBER OF FLORIDA BILLS ice after April 21, 1898, the same ".......N.\: .. .. '; "c'r. "? ",' ** .., .. .
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an increase of 50 % over our prev- benefits as those who served 90 clays
have been number '
ious production. An amendment tak-. PASS-There a after April 21, 1898. I have found a '

ing certain quotas from Cuba and of Florida bills passed in the last I few veterans who enlisted immediately -

adding them to the continental'cane'' few days; Thirteen local pension after the sinking of the Maine -

producing sections of the United bills, introduced by myself, passedthe but did. not have 90 days service
after April 21, 1898, although some- :
States was: proposed, and we would House. A bill providing for a :
have been able to carry it if Louisi- what more than 90 days if all of the f.
Merchant Marine Hospital in FlorIda Y
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service counted. A much smaller
ana had voted with us, as it failed, were -
by only 12 'votes, but Louisiana was I I rnd a bill providing for a CoastGuard pension is paid for service of 70 '

afraid to disturb the present quota I ,Station at Punta Rassa, nearFort days than 90.Leader I : MerIt

.. .. .
system. On final passage of the bill, ; Myers, both introduced by myself -. 'r ,.':

the Florida delegation voted againstthe I and which had previously pass-: in Printing Industry
bill because not ed the House, passed the Senate during :- Theodore Low
we could consistently De Vinne, the famous -
vote for a bill which limit- I the last week. A rather interesting -; printer, was born at Stam-
R
ed the quotas in such a manner ae observation on the importanceof ford Conn., in 1828. He learnedthe ,V. V +'
committee assignment shows that printer's trade and rV.
this. It was an interesting fight in was an
which all members of the ,Florida by reason of my position on the Mer- employe and later a partner of
chant Marine and Fisheries Commit- Francis ,Hart, New York. After
delegation took part.
tee- was able to report out both of the latter's death the firm in 1833

-- my own bills out of the House Com- became Theodore De Vinne & Co.
PURE DRUG AND FOOD ACT-- '
mittee, and Senator Pepper, who is He began to print St. Nicholas Mag-
No sooner had we completed the I azine
in 1873 and
a member of the Senate Committeeon the Century in
fight on the sugar quota, than the 1874. He organized the National
Commerce, was able to report
Florida delegation had to swing backto Typothetae Society and became its .. ..
them: out of the Senate Committee See '
consideration of the food and drug president in 1898. De Vinne made } ;

act, which, is now pending and which notable improvements in. typog-

will probably be reported out of the raphy and wrote a number of bookson
committee this week. This affects I / orintinr. .rV.9 r' rid'f
particularly citrus. The question of

standards of identity had .been I { Seventeenth Century Mode

thrashed out. If the standards of Virginia ladies of the Seventeenth

identity 'were enforced strictly, it i century differed little from the Eng-

would mean the marketing of each lish in their costumes, except that,

box of fruit. We have been able to I being richer, they were better ableto
gratify their desire to shine and N f
get citrus exempt from that)) portion .
outshine. As. they manufactured :' '
requiring standards of identity.The nothing in the South, all their finery ; .i\The: QewitfohsssszE&i ws"

question of standards of matur- was fresh from England. A Virginia- .

ity is being considered and the Flor- lady, Mrs. Pritchard, in 1660, ownedan ,

ida delegation will be heard. this olive colored silk petticoat, an-

week on that. other ,of silk tabby, one flowered. / /

tabby, one of velvet, and one of
_
PAN AMERICAN EXPOSITION white striped dimity. Her printed I

BILL The intro- ;. rn calico gown was lined with blue ./- '
joint resolution
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silk. There also of : It ;
were a pair
duced by Senator Pepper in the Sen-j ,.'
) scarlet sleeves and another of ruf-
ate and myself in the House Sassed I
the Senate last Saturday.The Com- : // TIME fled holland; also a pair of green i J
stockings. wr 1.t1ttt tf ?t' '
i : t
mittee on Foreign Affairs of, the

House; of which Congressman Sam f'For Play -

McReynolds of Tennessee is chair

man, has promised to take the matter t.
TODAYALL
up this week in the House, and '

is expected to be reported out. This DOES YOUR. CAR STAll ASllY ?

bill now has a favorable report of work and no play makes

the State Department of Commerce a dull boy. But it makes

and the DeSoto Exposition Commis- Jill practically impossible. Women
who have gone so berserk about
sion. It provides for
participationto work that, they've forgotten how SMiESiisM
the extent of $100.000 by the I to have a good time are usually I
Federal government in a PanAmerican also poor workers.

Exposition to be held under the I "But with so much to do staringme
auspices of the Florida Fair and Ga -I in the face-" That was a
good line a decade ago, but it's no
commemorate
parilla Association to
I alibi today. Housework has become
the 400th anniversary of the land- simpler, for canning has { 4+ .
ing of DeSoto in Tampa Bay. The I taken the drudgery out of cookingand
National Park Service has also sub- if we can't find time to play

mitted a request for the purpose of I something-bridge, golf, ping-
tiddle-de-winks-then it's
marking spots visited by DeSoto and pong
I just too bad.Canned .
his men, and this vill take in a

number of places in the state. Mixed VegetablesOne

I
of the newer and very welcome
WORLD WAR PENSIONS LIB- aids to busy housewives is

ERALIZED-The House a few days I the coming on the niarket of

ago passed H. R. 6384, granting pen canned mixed vegetables. Sometimes
called for ,
vegetables salads
sions to Gold Star mothers, dependent -
these diced
mixed vegetables find
parents, widows, and minor) many other delightful uses. They

children of World War veterans, and I are invaluable for soups, for scal- J
also granting relief to World War loped vegetable dishes, vegetableand '
veterans in certain cases. This hill meat pies-their uses are :
legion! Keep plenty of of: .q r'-
increases the pension paid to de- cans '
them on your shelves; save your "
pendent parents of deceased veter- -
meat juices and gravies, and see i'
ans 'who at the present'time receive now easy it is to have a delicious

$15 each if# both living and $20 if meat and vegetable soup in practically .- u 1 k A t '' I I11iAt If

only one parent is alive. Under the no time. y' I .1 } -..
bill : If you have a weakness for .r s, ) '1
new each parent would get $91!;
vegetable pies, here's one worth
if both were living and if only one i- )
V talking about: ..'... ,... .
.J; I. .r-
IV alive this parent will receive $45
permonth. Tomato Vegetable Pie: Drain '
: The compensation of widows the contents of one No. 2 can of
of World War veterans who are between mixed vegetables for salad into a "

5 50 and 65 years of age is' rais- buttered baking dish and pour \
: ed from $30 to $40, and widowsab'ove over the vegetables the contents of ,
.' a 10-ounce can of tomato soup.
65 years of age will be raiser %
Roll
out
ci frpm $40 to $45 per month. An- dough, cut baking in ;rounds powder, and place biscuit on 6000 6u1F 6ASOU LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER: and VALVES

: other change is in the top of the
reduction vegetables. Bake for ICAtEd '
.; from 30% to 20% of the amount of fifteen to twenty minutes in a hot MOw WAR INCREASES POWER SAVES WEARII
service 01 en. This serves eight persons.* -
-connected disability which .-
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