The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 26, 1938
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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11 if! WPA TO BUILD FARM[ FORT MYERS GROUP-I Boy Scouts Urged New Plans Submitted j'

T o ReregisterScoutmaster


'L. C. Rosenberg is

: t MARKET IN LaBELLEG. GOODWILL TOURA urging every member or the Clew I

iston Boy Scout troop to be present i

at a 'meeting to be held at the Stewart .Is Speaker A new plan for refinancing the

G. C. Hodge, county agent for goodwill tour into the' north Scout house next Wednesday night I I indebtedness of the Everglades -

Glades and Hendry counties, received lake section and neighboring communities for the purpose of receiving re- At Pahokee MeetingAt Drainage District has been submitted -
by the board of
directors of
a telegram on Thursday of to Fort :Myers is plannedfor registration fees and making appli- -
last week announcing the approval next :Monday 'and Tuesday by cation for a new charter for the II I the district to the Reconstruction :
Finance Corporation and it is expected
by the President of a WPA pro- the business 'mien of Fort :Myers troop. a meeting of the Palm Bead !

ject for a livestock and vegetable 'and according to WI. P. Franklinof Only two scouts have paid their I County Wildlife League held 11 n I that action will be takenin !

? market which" will be located in that city, a visitor here Wed-I re-registration fees to date and at Pahokee Tuesday evening, represen- the very near future.

f' LaBelle. The project is sponsored nesday, is meeting with a favor- least eight are required to retain 'I tatives of the commercial fishing I This new plan was drafted by I,

;11' by the State Agricultural Marketing able response. Although no at- the charter. The charter year closes industry were invited in an attempt -, Frank Rails, appraiser, as a sup- !
work out satisfactory plemental plan to the one approved -
to some
: Board. tempt has been made to estimatethe August 31.
's 1 solution of the commercial and< by the RFC in 1936 which was
and interested
number who will participate it Every parent adult II
to Mr. Hodge effortsto
According ,
insufficient for the district needs.In .
this market startedin is expected that there will be closeto in scouting is also urged by sport fishing problems which would

secure were two hundred people. The touris Mr. Rosenberg to attend, and give I not work a hardship on either i drawing up the new plan a
October of 1937 by the Everglades -
complete history given of
proposed to promote more cooperation tlreir moral support to the troop. group. Representative Elbert L.t
Cattle Association with the
each of the sub-drainage districts
r I Stewart was one of the gues I
J and a friendlier spirit
original intention of having it sole-
within the Everglades Drainage
;, .)I the communities of the NOTICE speakers as were Peter Tomasell
for' cattle market. The orig- among
ly a District with the' amount' ,indebt-
Herbert Beck representative
and ,
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Southwest Florida area.
inal site agreed upon and approved -
edness of each and enough data
Club wishes the from Okeechobee ancf Palm Bead
On Monday the group will visit The Garden
by the State Marketing Bureau
was given that it is believed the
communities south of Fort Myers News again to call attention to counties.In .
at Goodno. Here the market
RFC will give their approval to
along the Tamiami Trail and Fort the fact that children are maliciously Mr. Stewart's talk he statei
would have been built
and yards
a larger loan which will meet with
doing to the furniture : that he felt that some satisfactory;
Myers Beach for a day of speechmaking damage
,railroad property which the Atlantic -
t on II the approval of bondholders and ef-
could be made and
and visiting. On Tuesdaythe and equipment at the park play- arrangement
Coast Line was at first saidto
fect a tremendous saving to tax-
will first to Punta ground. suggested a closer cooperation between -
favor donating and then, after group go
within the district.
Gorda and thence to Fort Ogden Parents are asked to cooperatein : the two groups. He' fel payers
the project was ready to go, refused I' The complete history of the application -
their donation of the property.It and Arcadia. The next stop will be an endeavor to stop this prac 'I that in giving up seining blacl I II for the two loans is giv-
commercial fishermen
to tice. bass ttjat the -
Moore Haven they expect
was after the A. C. L. had I II I I had conceded a great dea en in the following report:
arrive 'about three o'clock in the II I
refused this land donation that it I afternoon. Following a thirty min- I I and that they were entitled to \a In pursuance of the provisionsof

was deemed necessary to move the ,amount of consideration the Emergency Farm MortgageAct
in Moore Haven the great
ute 'stay group
location, and the Seaboard Air Line, will continue on to Clewiston, arriving AVANT GIVES ONLY Among his suggestions, was that of 1935, amended, the Ever-

with tracks running into LaBelle, about 3:45 and staying seines also be kept out of Lake glades Drainage, District, a drain-

and, the' City of LaBelle agreed to Okeechobee during the spawning age district organized and exist-
until 4:30. Following: the Clewis ONE HIT IN' 14-3 WIN
furnish the land for' the projectif ton visit the will return I II season when the closed season hon : ing under't1ie laws of the Stateof
the site were moved to LaBelle. Florida, filed its applicationwith
,. home stopping in LaBelle, Alva for sport fishing. L. M. Lilly:
This bite was approved by the Olga to visit. FROM PAHOKEE NINEThe I lof the Tanner Fisheries in Moor< the Reconstruction Finance
WPA| and the marketing bureau The Tamiami Trail Tours has Haven protested this saying that I Corporation under date of June 22,

and plans were soon underway fora to furnish a thirty-two pas- I this period was during or just 1936, for a Joan in the approximate -
change in site. As it finally II sum of $10,000,000, to be
bus in which will ride the Clewiston team behind the' before Lent when the best fish
worked out the county commis- senger I used for the. purpose of refinanc-
; I II to be had. Harold
Fort Myers High School band to masterful pitching of Hooky Avant, was
of county and the ing the entire indebtedness of the
sioners Hendry of the Wildlife -
Rosenberg, president
touch, to each stop. I I
add a lively second I
won their straight game
City of LaBelle agreed to purchasethe Efforts being made to have League, stated that he felt that District then outstanding. On April

necessary lands paying approxi- the Fort are Myers American Legion Sunday from the Pahokee team at I II the closed season had been based 21, 1937, upon such applicationfiled

mately $600 each. The lands were along their 40 and 8 Pahokee by a score of 14-3 and will I Ion the spawning season in north under date of June '22, 1936,
the State Marketing ,Bu- post take ; I' the Reconstruction Finance Cor
deeded to locomotive.. close the season of the Everglades Florida and did not fit conditions
reau and as soon as the project, I I' in south Florida where, it shouldbe poration, by its resolution authorized -
An .effort .is. being jnade: to "make League with"'adoubleheaderagainst,
was approved by :WPA paymentfor '. I a couple of months earlier and a loan to and for thebenefit
t the day a holiday''in Fort Myers in i
the land was made. Okeechobee on the local diamond I I of the Everglades Drainage Districtfor
<7" (Continued on page 8)
order that who wishes
When it became necessary to everyone Sunday afternoon at 2:30. I I a sum not to exceed $3,729-
participate in the tour. '
move the site from Goodno to La- may The walk- I 000.
game Sunday was a St. Lucie Locks To
Belle, the director of state markets I I Subsequent to the authorizationof

William L. Wilson, suggestedthat Junior Ball Club,= away for the Clewiston lads and I I Con'tracts the loan in a sum not to ex-
four Pahokee hurlers unable Be Three
the project be revised to form were ceed $3,729,000, Everglades, Drain-

._' a combination market where ,..,not / Wins From PahokeeThe to stop their hitting onslaught. I I!- age District made every effort pos-

-" only livestock but vegetables, poultry While they were knocking the of-; sible to secure the consent of the
Carawan Nelson, senior engineer
and other commodities couldbe [ owners of the bonds and interest
Clewiston Junior ball club, ferings of these four pitchers all in charge of the U. S. Engineers ,
marketed.And i I of the District to accept
sponsored by the American Legion about the lot, Avant was holdingthe I sub-office here, stated this week coupons
so the plans for the project I payment in accordance with the
have given a good account of themselves I that the plans for the new St.
certified. Pahokee lads to a lone single .
were drawn and The livestock provisions of the resolution of Re-
in games played recently with Lucie lock being prepared in the I
market will be under one I in the nine innings, a fluke hit I' construction Finance Corporation
junior teams from lake communities Clewiston office would be ready
large shed 60 x 100 feet* and will the infield in the final inningto authorizing said loan to and for
and on Tuesday of this week over by the middle of next week to for
include the livestock yards, sales I ruin a hitless' I the benefit of the district., But the
won their most decisive victoryby game. I ward to the district office and that
arena, scales for weighing cattle, : Florida Everglades ,bond holders
Leading in hitting for the after- .
taking the Pahokee juniors into i these plans called only for the i
hogs, etc., and a space for trucks noon was Sandy Bell of the Clew protective committee, representing ..-
camp by 18-0. construction of the lock and .
to load and unload. Under another iston aggregation who collected four I !more than 83% of the bonded indebtedness -
Buddy Vaughn pitched the greater ating fixtures 'and the homes
shed 30 x 200 feet will be the oper-I of the district, refusedto
safe hits in five trips to the 'plate
part of this, game for the local I attendents.
vegetable market with an eave lap consider acceptance of the loan
boys with Junior Waters taking Bill Hooks also had a good day :
of fourteen feet between the sheds and drove out two hard doubles. I Immediately following the advertising and declined to present to its de-
over the mound duties for an inn- ,
and the office being located adja- Rabbit Roberts also connected witha 1 of this unit and the let positors a proposal based on said
and half. Winn was
ing a Owen
scales. A ting of the contract another contract -
cent to the livestock catcher. double for the only other extra- I oan.
medium sized packing house will Clew- ,I : will be let for the electrical Since June 22, 1936, the date
base hit of the day. Every
Others in the_ line-up Tuesday I
to the market equipment which includes the installation applica-
be located adjacent which the original
at upon
connected safely
were: J. B. Brantley, Ib; Ed Von- iston player
shed and here farmers may bring of a hydro-electric plant ion of this district was filed with
Mach, ss; Hardy' Johnson, 3b; Bo least one time and runs, were madein :;
their produce in bulk and packit and also a Diesel stand-by plant. the; Reconstruction Finance Corporation -
Lolly, cf; Paul Slonaker, rf; Felix every inning.
at the market to secure the best I Still separate from these two material changes have occurd -
I Slonaker, If and Junior Waters 2b. The line-up for the game was as
award of the
units will be the and financial -
(Continued on page- 8)) Munselle Stone is captain of the follows: Moore, Ib; R. Hooks, 2b; affecting the
contract for the large spillway Everglades
I of
; team and plays in every game whenit W. Hooks: ss; Hare, 3b; Bell, If; condition
which goes in just north of District, which it is be-
is possible for him to attend. Roberts, cf; Hawkins and Ward, Drainage
Dr. Schiffli SpeakerAt been
ock. Plans have not as yet ieved justify the district's making
The boys have played Okeechobee rf; Clark, c and Avant p. Banks
prepared for the spillway but work I that Reconstruction -
at this time a request
of Pahokee was umpire behind the .,
twice, winning 8-4 on their
Kiwanis MeetingDr. will start, on them as soon as th: Finance Corporation reconsider -
and Dr. J. W. Ezelle of
home diamond and tieing in a plate
lock are completed.The of Ever-
plans the application
Clewiston was the base umpire.Clewiston's ;:
game called due to darkness when
present lock and bypastwill : (Continued on page 8))
the went to Okeechobee. Canal disastrous, midseasonform
O. F. Schiffli was guest they remain intact, according to
speaker at the regular meeting of Point has won two games by close prevents her having a chanceto the -
1Ir. Nelson, not only for usef
the Kiwanis Club Wednesday even- margins of 6-5 and 8-4, both games win first place in the Everglades ) navigation during the construction Scientist From India

ing at the Inn and in a most in being played there. All 'games have League. which closes its seas- of the lock but also for use Visits Sugar HouseA

teresting manner told of his trip I been played during the past two on Sunday. However should Clew in; the future when maintenance

to Europe in September of last I weeks. iston win their doubleheader Sun-
work is required on the new lock:
year with the pilgrimage. Legion-. i day and Pahokee lose to Canal I The new lock will be constructed1 sugar scientist from India and

aires. DEEP SEA FISHING Point, the Pahokee team will finish his assistant, both natives of that
south of the present lock: and em-
Dr. Schiffli described the great I ATTRACTS CLI 'VISl.'Ox'n'ES only one game ahead of Clewiston I loyees homes will be situated or. ountry, but Oxford graduates were

Legion convention in New York I -.-- which will be in second place. There nteresting visitors in Clewiston
.he south side of the locks.
and the pleasures of the boat trip, Two groups of Clewiston resi- will be accomodations for seven I his week. Raj Agarwala, who

the' royal welcome given ,by the dents answered the lure of the Registration Books families, the same as at Ortonn egistered at the Clewiston 'Inn from

people of France and the impres- briny, 'deep Sunday and motored to with three lock-tender's homes and I tawabpara Agra, India, was the

siveness of all meeteings: held. The Palm Beach for trips out into the At Alston's Store :wo duplexes. It is understood I scientist, who with his companion

points of interest visited were described ocean deep sea fishing. hat a new type of building if is making a six months trip around

and the various nations. He One group including R. C. Baird, ilanned, however from that used! I the world and is visiting practically -

exhibited a rare coin which had A. Carlson, J. M. JSawyer, Dean Parker Wilson advises the News .it Ortona. I every sugar area in the world

been given him during the war bya I King and G. D. Smith brought in I I that the registration books will be. during his journey.The .

banker. The coin was dated 1913.a five fish of different varieties in- in his charge during the month ONGAKEE COMPLETES visitors left their native

5-Mark piece- and was the last cludeing the coveted sailfish, shark, of September and that any one' who WjOKK IN IUVEI1 country, visiting China and Japan

coin minted in Germany with the bonita and dolphin. The sailfishwas wishes to register to vote in the first, then to Australia and Hono-

Kaiser's: likeness upon 'it. There landed by Mr. Baird, another November general election will save I The U. S. hydraulic dredge "Con- lulu before sailing for America.

were only a few of them minted I which was hooked by Mr. Carlson a trip to the county: seat by regis- :;aree" completed her work of removing After visiting the Everglades sugar

and on the trip lust year he was evaded capture.In tering during the month of Sept ti bars from the Caloosahat- rea, the men left for a few days

unable to locate any bank which the other group of fishermenwere ember. hee: River this week and moved in- in Cuba, planning to return toNew

could tell him anything about the Parker Wilson, Kenneth Harris Mr. WSlson will have the booksat I to Moore Haven Thursday afternoono York and sail from there for

coin's origin. Bill Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Alston's Drug Store. There is work a day or two on a shoal urope.

The talk was one of the most Jean Barrow, Misses Mae Palmer, I I now no poll tax requirements for below' the locks before proceedingn During their stay here the

interesting heard by the Kiwanis Frances Morgan and Margery Har voting. Any who are already regis- to Lock No. 2 in the St. Lucie scientists; visited the research labor-:

Club in recent months and there ris. The only sailfish landed by I tered in this precinct need not, where she will be temporarily tied atory and were shown over the

' Nwas a good attendance of. mem- this group was hooked: by Kenneth 1 re-register tobe qualified to vote. up.' Capt. Willard Sallas Is. Jn other sugar properties adjacent tq

bjlrs! present to near 'it, Harris, in November, .Mr, Wilson advises, harge of the Congaree, ewlston,




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. A. F. OF L.'S JOHN FREY, INVESTIGATOR DIES That Cause TroubleBy FREE, a chart showing'

They were obliged to discuss John Lewis. C. HOUSTON GOUDISS I which foods have been,
found most: frequently to
6 East 39th St., New York City.
. DomesticLast countrymen, Sudeten Germans. Su-: I cause allergic reactions,
detens want autonomy, eventual annexation ANEW phrase has crept into daily usage in recent years, I and also those which
year Chicago Times Reporter by Germany. Was it pos- fact become so common that comedians use it in jest are
the least
John Metcalfe joined Fritz sible that Germany's mobilization and draw from likely to cause trou-!
laughs their audiences when
Kuhn's German-American Bund, they, "I'm ble. Just state your requeston
foreshadowed a quick annexationmove "
traveled 20,000 miles attending Bund ? allergic! But the words have deep significance for perhaps 30 I a postcard and addressit

meetings, then resigned to write a (2) In Paris, where the to 60 per cent of the population who have cause to agree with to,C. HOUSTON GOUDISS,
startling for his paper. Di- govern- the old saying that "one man's 6 East 39th Street
expose ment has also been having trou- meat is another man's poison. ,New York City.
rect result was a $25,000 house com- ble with Mussolini, French frontiers They are victims of the curious-
mittee on un-American activities,
which met last week under Texas'Martin along Germany and Italy were virtually phenomenon known as food al. been found that'the foods most frequently as milk, eggs and wheat, the I

Dies. After three days of locked. Next, Interior Min- lergy and have an abnormal reac- causing allergic symptoms homemaker faces a difficult task.
ister Albert Sarraut re-enforced his
probing, un-Americanism reared its tion to the proteins in certain include wheat milk, eggs, When milk is the offending food,
service Ger-
colorful head everywhere from C. I. counter-spying against foods and other substances. As a chocolate, pork, fish and shellfish, it,must be avoided, not only as a
O. headquarters to glamorous Holly- many. tomatoes, cauliflower, cabbage, beverage, but in bread, cakes and -
wood. (3) In London, Prime Minister Ne- result, foods which are beneficialin strawberries and oranges. puddings. Sometimes dried or

Ex-Bundsman Metcalfe told how ville Chamberlain forgot his catarrh themselves and which usually Skin rashes are believed to be evaporated milk, goat's milk or

Fritz Kuhn organized 500,000 Ger- and returned from Scotland. Since have an, important place in a caused most frequently by hyper- soy bean milk maybe used in-

man-Americans under instructionsfrom Germany recently closed its fortified normal balanced diet, cause a sensitiveness to milk, cereal or stead. When wheat is the trouble
Adolf Hitler, how in return zones to all military men, Britain'swar pork. Hives are reported to occur maker, the alternatives include
variety of unpleasant effects.
office warned its officers to
Kuhn was given a whip hand over often from eating strawberries, cornstarch, rice flour, potato or
certificates avoid "trouble" These range' from'hives
special may
Germany's ambassador to the U. S. or chocolate, fish and tomatoes. rye flour; rice and corn cereals;
He told of Chicago's "Silver Shirts," during travels in Germany. a skin with rash spells to a of gastric nausea.disturbance The- Wheat is frequently an:.offender in tapioca or barley. When hen's

f organized to smash Communism. Politics individual suf- migraine headaches. Asthma" eggs are injurious, duck's eggs
Ex-Bundsman Peter Gissibl told fer' from may seems to be common in persons can sometimes be used with success -
how Nazi spies consorted with Ger- Dearer than anything else to headache migraine who are sensitive to milk, eggs or meat or fish may be sub-''
or an at-
man-Americans, how the Red Star Franklin Roosevelt is his legisla- S and butter. stituted.
line "fixed it" so spies could slip tive program, blocked last session fY .;',, 'v' 'tack of hay feveror -*- Sometimes,after a period of ex-
asthma he
back home when they' got in trou- not by ,a Republican minority but ; or Other clusion, an immunity is built up
ble. But it was American Federa- by anti-New Deal Democrats. No may have a tend- Offending SubstancesFoods so that later the foods'may be reintroduced -

tion of Labor's John P. Frey who silent sufferer, Mr. Roosevelt decided ency to what appears are not always responsible gradually into the diet.
tossed in the biggest bombshell and long ago that congress needednew to be bron- for allergy, and the symptomsmay *
caused C. I. O.'s John L. Lewis to blood to replace opponents of chial. or head colds. be produced by contact with

snort with rage. his reorganization bill, wagehourbill It has been determined wool, feathers, dust, pollen, dander Don't Jump to Conclusions ,_ .,

Naziism is but Metal and lesser measures. This year'sprimaries { {:4 that these from_ horses or other animals; or It must be borne in mind that
one ,
offered symptoms in an individual even the sting of a bee. of the
Tradesman Frey promised to identi- an opportunity.. who is al- many symptoms producedby
fy "several national C. I. O. officers" By last week his "purge" program -*- food sensitivity may also result
due to
lergic are
was not But neither from other causes. For this rea-
as Communists Would he a success.
intolerance of certain Discovering the Offenders
mention John Lewis? "How could I had New Dealism suffered many son, it is unwise to decide that one
avoid it1"! replied Mr. Frey. losses in elections thus far. Bound Even when the offending foods are The ideal procedure for the allergy is allergic without due investigation. -
fruits and vegetables, it is the pro- victim is to find out the offending Nor must the imagination or I
The Frey disclosures had barely tein that is responsible. It has
foods or substances and the current
widespread discussion
started before Committee Investigator. -, been suggested that the sensitiza- avoid them. For early recognitionof I of the
Edward Sullivan hurried into' subject be allowed to cause 1
tion results because at
some pre- a tendency to allergy may pre- adults or children to mask their I
Washington from California
anxious vious time, an unsplit or undi- vent discomfort and trouble.
unwillingness to eat certain foods
to reveal how C. I. O.'s Harry i in
gested protein
some way passedI There are two to discoverthe with the false notion that they are
Bridges, most famous .. ways
the membranes
; through lining the
alien, "attended 'top fraction' meet- 'I : ; I digestive tract and entered the trouble makers. One is to unduly sensitive.On .

ings of the Communist party and blood stream. This acted learn by experience, either by the other hand, homemakers
received aid from officials of the very keeping a record of the foods eat- should be sympathetic with both
much like
a foreign substance and
U. S. labor department while patri- r {y I en and, noting the appearance of children and adults who say with
cells in
otic citizens were trying to have body some way symptoms, or by eliminating from good cause, "I can't eat that!"
so whenever the same food is
him deported for his Communistic the diet, first one and then anotherof And it would appear that there
eaten, the disturbing symptomsoccur
'activities." the foods that are suspected of may even be some compensationin

Continued Investigator Sullivan: : ; ifI as a sort of defense mechanism causing.difficulty. The other is to this unpleasant situation. Fora

"Witnesses can be produced who 4 4 i let your doctor conduct simple group of scientists who have
can name the day when an officialof skin tests. Small scratches are studied the subject announced a
the immigration service contacted Heredity a FactorA made on the arms and legs, and few years ago that those who be-

Harry Bridges and called him to tendency to allergy seems to each scratch touched with a solu- long to the allergy group appearto

his office, where he read a con- be inherited. But the substances tion made of the protein of a foodor have a definite capacity for be-
fidential letter of instructions on his which caused a disturbance differ substance known to cause trou- coming intellectually superior.

future behavior, written by an out- ,with each individual, and the type ble., If.a person is allergic to that Thus, the child who suffers froma
standing official of the labor depart- of reaction also differs. For exam- substance, the skin around the skin rash or stuffy nose today,
ment." ple, a mother may be allergic to scratch swells and becomes in- due to food sensitivity, is apt to be

That Communist'' Bridges is milk; her child inheriting tend- flamed. The inflammation disap- full of energy when he reaches

financed by Hollywood cinema stars ency may be allergic to fish. pears after a few hours and causesno manhood and exhibit unusual abil-

was Mr. Sullivan's next charge. Drinking milk may give the pain or inconvenience. ity for cultural leadership.
WNU-C. Houston Goudiss1938:5.Ingratitude .
Armed with this evidence, supported mother an attack of asthma; eat- -*-
by Unionist Frey whose accusationsJohn GEORGIA'S GEORGEHe ing fish may cause the child to
Other Foods Must
Be Used
Lewis seemed unwilling to an- had reason to scowl.to break out with hives. .
swer, the Dies committee prepared -*- Once the offending food or foods Ingratitude, my lord, is a nail,
toremain in Washington two more break the impasse, Mr. Roosevelt Trouble-Making are determined, they should be which, driven into the tree of cour-
weeks. decided to stake his political futureon Foods eliminated either for all time or tesy, causes' it to wither; it is a
his tremendous personal popularity It is difficult to generalize regarding until the individual becomes de broken channel, by which the
in the South. Fortnight ago at the foods that. cause trou- sensitized. If the trouble makeris foundations of the affections are

ForeignMany Barnesville, Ga., he bluntly read out ble, because they vary so widely an uncommon food, such as lob- undermined; and a lump of soot,
years ago Germany's great of the party Sen. Walter F. George, among individuals who are sensi- ster or,clams, the allergy presentsno which, falling into the dish of
Bismarck fooled his opponents by who sat scowling in the audiencesee tized, and often one person is sen- great problem, but when chil- friendship, destroys its scent and ':
.. telling the truth, knowing they would ( picture). Last week 60yearold sitized to a number of foods. It has dren react to necessary foods such flavor:Bastil.
not believe. Last week, when Adolf Senator George took up the
Hitler called 500,000 reserves to the "challenge" and set out to beat New .
colors for war games with a mil- Dealer Lawrence: Camp in Georgia's
lion regular soldiers, all Europe be- primary, September 14.

came jittery. But in Berlin there Stalking next into South Carolina,
was scoffing; if Germany planned the President intimated that Sena-

anything but peaceful moves, she tor Ellison D. ("Cotton Ed") Smith
would have assembled her giant would be unwelcome at Washingtonnext

war machine secretly. Remembering winter, intimated also that

Bismarck, answering too that South Carolinians should send in his,
secret mobilization on such a giant place Gov. Olin D. Johnson.
scale would be impossible, Berlin's I Pepsodent alone of all tooth powders contains
Back in Washington, news of the *
nervous diplomatic corps sped the South's "purge" political remarkable Irium!
news back home to Paris, Londonand mentators enough hard tack to chewon com- What supreme thrill!.. .To have Use Pepsodent Powder containing Irium,
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The Good Old Days

\ I Dead Animals Live Again I :;,How Would You Like- AROUND '!' 9 a to Items the of Housewife Interest !

To' go out to the woodpile every the HOUSE IJ 4 '

:: ( morning and whack up enough .
wood for the breakfast fire.

To hike Over to the icehouse Flavoring Doughnuts.-If you Substitute for Cream.-If, when \

r every morning and get a chunk of like the flavor of cloves, try add- making coffee, you run short of ,
ice so ma could keep the milk ing a few whole ones to the fat in cream, a good substitute is to beat '
[' : sweet and the butter firm? which doughnuts are fried. up an egg and put a little in each

::" To go out to the well every cup-with a little milk. You will find

. morning and fill up the water Firm Pie Crust.-The lower this greatly improves the coffee.

\ / buckets so ma could wash and crust of a pie will not become '
I."', cook all day? soggy if the plate on which it is To Remove Chewing Gum and
To trim the 'wicks on a lot of baked is heated before crust is I
, Fly Paper. To
remove, chewinggum
f kerosene lamps and polish the
; put on. that has adhered to clothing,
"ctk with old *
newspapersso rub the spot with the white of an
you could read at night? Prunes in Bread.-Pitted prunes
; egg. To remove fly paper froman
To go to bed every night with cut in small pieces and added to article, wet the article with
r.4. 2.x:2.t: 'Z 0f '* the chickens because there the last kneading of bread, insteadof kerosene and let it stand 10 min-

& wouldn't' be anything to keep you raisins, makes a delicious utes. Wash in hot water and pure
". awake? bread. .

: RAre / soap.


I .a.-. By Jlsk Me' Jinother

F, SPEARS $ A General Quiz

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,,;>:: 1IXED BRAIDING keep the work ,perfectly flat, and The Questions

WITH GREEN to give the scalloped effect shown.As .

; I''r ORANGE AND. you work around, the scallops 1. What is the largest single ,in- -
) 9SIVA42s2IX i BLACK' gradually straighten out and the dustrial plant in the'world?

_. ., ,. _, ,. { tI : I STRIPES rug becomes more oval in shape. 2. Is the British liner
: ;:;;.u..rL9,5M':eyT7iLaa lfaG' ;;::tIi>iI!Oj 'M,htivikMJmS'':*YY.O' iir..itlhia2btiwsGV.: AJOaaw>:a i new Queen"Mary
I NOTE: Every Homemaker
/ really two ships?
Here's the behind-scenes work that prepares animals for permanent, c should have a copy of Mrs. Spears' 3. Who is the most talked of
book SEWING for the Home Decorator

display in a museum, as demonstrated in Chicago's Field museum. today as the man without a coun-
x. 'of di-
Above: Taxidermist W. E. Eigsti fits teeth in a manikin of an African Forty-eight pages try?
dog faced baboon. The other animal is a drill from Guinea. c rections for making slipcoversand 4. What is an eisteddfod?, -
curtains; dressing tables, 5. Are there jury trials in China?
lampshades and many other use- 6. What is the
highest'price paid
44 XW1t"7i W fZ1WWm,,1ti4i ;; ful articles for the home. Price
for one pair of woman's hosiery?
25 cents Ask for Book
r postpaid. 7. How long did the 1889 Sulli-
1, and address Mrs. Spears, 210
van-Kilrain fight at Richburg,
S. Desplaines St., Chicago, Ill. Miss., last?
MANY readers have expressed -
8. What musician has the most
interest in rag rugs thatI
.. know many of you will want to Peasant Motifs Add remarkable memory?
4 2 2'k 9. Is "God tempers the wind to
this I discovered it in
copy one. Smartness to LinensThe the shorn lamb" from the Bible?
Buzzards bay where,
a village on
10. What is the greatest height of -
a century ago, whaling ships put
in storm?
ocean waves
V out to sea. In the book offered peasant note spells smart- a

below there is a knitted rag rug ness in linens today. These fig-

found one time on a trip through ures in simple stitches will, add The Answers

Ohio. I have not yet done a spe- color to accessories and offer

cial book on rag rugs. It does pleasant hours in their embroid- 1. The Ford plant at River

S.2R seem that there should be a way ering. Pattern 1743 contains a Rouge, Mich., which normally em-

to exchange designs from differ- ploys 80,000 men.

ent parts of the country.The 2. The Queen Mary.is two ships,

.. v center medallion of the rug one inside the other with a spaceof
I : shown here is its outstanding fea '- six feet between the inner and

$, ture. The braiding is fine and outer hulls.
i.'s'p', tight. The braided strips shouldbe 3. Haile Selassie.
i Sfi%:. ''f/'f<'::':2r .fE2: %l 4.0,?;>. (,r./:'.5:.: '. 3,C,,<:y..., '. :. together. with strong linen 4. A congress of Welsh bards.
$o;;:>>'j;;? .:;'; >>:'M'; ;':: ::.:Z ,};};;:;;';;','w>,.::>>>;",;;'X;>>; ;;;;;.'5"4w': ''''''' '"LLw' ._.,iwa.' ', .JMx4m(6rS'i4.aeu':; "+bira'ab ew: .;;;.:,.,a sewn
thread or about size 8 cotton 5. No. In the lower courts, all

Charles Mueller and Frank Gino, wearing dust masks, bare the bones thread used double. The center powers are vested in a single
should judge. In the case of appeal to
round be long as
I several tons
of an ancient American rhinoceros from a slab weighing
shown. Sew around and around the higher court, three judges ren-
which was excavated near Agate Springs, Neb.
der final decision.
until the center oval is 14-inches

"'m",, r $T ma;' .::>'m "..mW '1;; 'i'f:"' '* t:$?$ long, then make the eight loops 6. The record price is 2000.
shown in the next round-three The clocks were made up of real

along each side of the oval and! iy diamonds.
r I
'. one at each end. 7. According to "When Sullivan

4y These loops should be 2-inches. V Kayoed Kilrain," by Oland D.

I ) long. In working around the loops Russell (American Mercury), this
with the next rows, the'' trick is 75-round bare-knuckle fight last-
to "ease" the inside edge of the ed two hours sixteen minutes and

braided strip in just enough to five seconds. There were 30-sec-
ond rests between rounds.

8. Among contemporary musi-

k Energy Does All ThingsLong 'cal leaders, the eminent conductor -
Arturo Toscanini
LI ago Sir Thomas Buxton the most phenomenal mem-

Wrote: "The longer I live the Pattern 1743. ory. 'He not only conducts but rehearses -
I convinced that without notes more than
more deeply am
qduIlR; that which makes the difference transfer pattern of 4 motifs 7% 60 operas and several hundred
between one man and another- by 9V4 inches, 4 motifs 3 by 3% symphonic scores.

between the weak and the power- inches, 4 motifs 2 by 2& inches; 9. According to Bartlett's "Fa-
; ful, the great and insignificant, is illustrations of stitches; materials miliar Quotations," "'God tempersthe
S A xN v f wind said Maria 'to the
; energy-invisible determination required; color schemes. ,
a purpose once formed and then Send 19 cents in stamps or coins shorn lamb,' is from "Maria,"

death or victory. This quality will (coins preferred) for this patternto by Laurence Sterne.

do anything that has to be donein The Sewing Circle, Needlecraft 10. According to the German

the world; and no talents, no Dept., 82 Eighth Ave., New York, High' Seas exploration, which has

(f% circumstances, no opportunities, N. Y. been measuring the rollers, some
will make one a man without it." Please write your name address of them were found to be nearly
-Hoard's Dairyman. and pattern number plainly.j 100 feet high.

J G.v.o'rC :.J ui, raff

I I At right Putting, baby finishing fur seal touches skins from on a the specimen Pribilof of islands giant are panda being from prepared.Staff Tibet.. UNA and INA and the Twins'" Birthday Party. I

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Taxidermist Leon L. Walters and his assistant, Edgar G. Lay- 'Y a ( .
bourne, at work on a narwhal. This exhibit is of a cellulose-acetate ; 4

4 j compound, invented by Mr. Walters. In certain hairless animals, more STRAWBERRY-%'NILLACHOCOLATE"
lifelike results are obtainable by this process than by mounting the LEMON -MAPLE -CJMPLAVOB6O.g

actual skin.


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The Clewiston News somethin'. tent to let that point be argued I ine Doty, Florence Graham, Renee vertising Club this :week urged I

And I 'suppose it is kind of dumb I by the press of the Louisiana cane Wethtngton, Runelle McGehee, Juli- the' use of. country weeklies to merchants i''

for a grown man to be gettin' all brakes and the Utah beet sugar. anne Oglesby, Betty and Laura Bail- in metropolitan areas as the !

Published every Friday In Clewiston, excited over a flock of cancelled I fields.-Fort Myers News-Press. ey, Lee Pridgen, Roberta Spicer, most effective means of reaching ,
Florida, by the CLBWISTON NEWS. stamps and nobody can understand I Elizabeth Wjinn! June Hooker, Leah prospects In their trade territory. : JI. I
Inc. it unless' they have actually been Markette To Handle Richaud and Billie Carmouche, / ''I I."
bitten by the bug themselves. But'I Dick Owen, Francis Wright, Tat AVDRA MONEY ALL.OTED.
KEATHLDY: nO'WDEN, Editor I'm tellin' you that when you really General Electric Line McGehee, Louis Leiter, Jimmy Holland FOR PROJECTS IN AREA :I:

get into it, you go as cuckoo as a I and Jimmy Hall.
Entered as second class mall matter clock and it don't make any differ- According to information received
February 1, 1927 at the Post Office In ence whether you're sixteen or sixt)'. Thomas E. Markclle[ local ra- THE IIOM15 TOWN PAPER here from Congressman J. Hardin .
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of
March 3, 1897.Subscription. Since I've taken the kid's col- dio and electrical dealer who has Peterson, the WPA has alloted

lection away from her I've had to been in this business here in Clew The old home town paper is the .funds for improving the negro section -

get her a book of her own, and iston announces the addition of the last link that binds you to the I of the county cemetery near ,
Rate $2.00 Per Year. I '
Advertising Rates On Application. she's started another collection and I General Electric Line of home appliances home of childhood. And when 'you Clewiston, and for the sewing room I
is doin' right well on the duplicates !: which includes the New are 50 the thing in it that interests in LaBelle, $9,135. .The WPA has

her old man manages to hand down I I 1938 Triple Thrift G. E. Refrigerator you the most is the obitu- also alloted- $10,611 for sewing I

Devoted fare of Clewiston to the advancement and Hendry and County.wel-; to her. She's learned more history I I General Electric Range, General ary column. There you find the room operation in Glades county.

and geography from her stamps i i Electric Washers and General names with which you are familiar

than she ever did in school. Now Electric Sink. and there only do you find them. Colleen :Moore's first doll house S
that she's become interested again II II In the Baker Service Station It always makes us feel sad when was made for her by her father :i
.. Space
N:N N N N:N:N: :N:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N N H N:N:N: :N:M:N)
she'll probably figure out a way building is now being remodeled our home town paper comes to us from an old Tampa cigar box,

Too Late To Classify to take over my collection in her I I for a store and showroom each week. We always pause and since then she has had eight doll.

own right for she's always claimed (I where a representative stock of stare into vacancy a bit before we houses, and September 7th, returnsto

it.But. i these General Electric appliances will tear off the wrapper. We wonder her home city bringing her famed
'By 'RlSsell: Kay if you think I'm goofy you i be on display along with a selectionof who ,has felt the icy touch of $435,000 doll palace which will be

ought to check on Don Lochner, the latest 1939 model radios. death in the meantime, upon whose exhibited for the benefit ,of charity.
*..* * *..*MAN*..* *.* .. N.I
** N N N N N N M:N* N NON :N:N:N:N N :
president the Press Association, The public is cordially invited to coffin the clods have fallen ,duringthe

Daytona Beach.-At the risk of Clayton Codrington, publisher of inspect this quality merchandise upon past seven days. In a momentwe I Uncle Sam is becoming the best

havin' some hard boiled editor the Lake City Reporter, and then : the opening of this new loca- jerk the paper open, read the I customer of the Florida citrus

come at me with a cry of "sissy", of course there's President Roose tion which will be during the first obituary. column, memory all the industry. The Federal Surplus

or nominate me for a sanity hear- velt. I week of September. while holding full sway in our I Commodities Commission will purchase '

in', I'm gonna tell you what I've thoughts. 1,250,000 cases of canned

been doin' most of the time be- THE SUGAR CONTROVERSY I DANCING CLUIil MET There are, often, of course,_ good I grapefruit for distribution to those ,:ro...
tween meals durin'" my vacation. LAST WEDNESDAY things to read in the home-town on relief during the next four

Now take your hats and hold on Quoting from a News-Press editorial paper, as in the case of 'ours, months.

tight because this will probably; holding that sugar can be I The dancing club, recently form. which has bright and clever com-

give you a terrible jolt, but be- produced in the Everglades more ed by the younger set, met at the ments on the national scene; but,
lieve it 'or not I've been sittin profitably than elsewhere in the I home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Von- with the advancing years, it's the Lime growers liom 14 Florida

round in our beach cottage in a country and which maintained that Macli Wednesday evening with obituary column that claims :first counties have appealed to Governor

pair of red polkadot pajamas, play- "what the Clewiston company Miss :Margaret VonMach, Ed Von- interest-Tampa Tribune. Fred Cone requesting that he pro- I

in' with STAMPS! wants to do is pass that advant-I Mach, J. D. Hooker and Owen claim a "Lime Week" to help !

You see, it all came about like age on to the consumer," the Tal- Winn as hosts.Attending Don Lochner, president of the :
popularize this delightful summer
this: When I was a towhead in i lahassee Democrat casts doubt on were Misses Beulah Florida State Press Association, 1

knee pants I started a stamp col- that intention after a "careful Guthrie, Edith Nell Cornette, Max- guest speaker at the Tampa Ad- beverage fruit.'iff. .
lection and for a few ;years I 'sal study of the entire proceedings of

over '''a stamp album so much that the senate committee on the' sugar
I darn near got hunched-back. control bill, debates in the Congressional I
Then I got all messed up with the Record and pamphlets I

problem of makin' a livin' and for- prepared by Clarence R. Bitting I r4 ... :.lh% ;y:% r..ry. +f'iV .f. : 4.ti..f.... I}.j fl Y '
,.. :}.. ...... :. +2; ,: .af ;: t f r '
got all about 'em. (U. S. Sugar company president) : v :? : '.. r.rr?frrfyrft.y l<; :>'rf
I ;y; ;} %S:. :>.,. rtfti
f % .i .J o.:
: ::
For thirty years or more I, livea and others on this subject.
k s2<
: :}
more or less normal life, accumu- "Our conclusion," the Democrat

late a wife and daughter, some announces, (;with the assurance

real estate, a nickle-snatchin busi- that it "would like to think other-
\ I
ness, wear out a half dozen type- wise,") "is that the Everglades i

writers and several automobiles, i sugar interests have no intention .. for Genera\ ,
.":. dea\er\ .
and arrive at that stage in life whatever of passing. on to the con- Fl ::';: avthorii e d' by : i
I .. .. backed y I
where your hair starts comin' out sumer the lower cost of production ... ;. I t""ent as '.ne '
....: :.:.:::.:..:.:.:...:.....:.. '- the yatame
and your teeth crackin' up onlyto i in Florida and that what is :'::::...':.::::::::;:.;:::.:.:. qw r appo\n app ances. an d\sp\ \a I

get bit by the stamp bug all sought is the full benefit of governmental .:TtttWg.f E\lectric ex.penen ee-now : < :
"':':':';';';'<='': \
interference with busi- : :: :$* \ectnea
over again.A ;: : :W }J*} 0e
without of the liabilities." i ':.\ ::::4w .::: 60 years -LECTR. 1
couple of twelve- ness any &
years ago my
year-old offspring comes along, putsa Without having made an exhaustive HX.fif\: ;:!::1! \ N RADIO Building ,
lot of around neck of the references :: : CLcWlS10 tatlOn
arms my study men ::: { <.:. ;:,
and asks if' she can have a stamp tioned we cannot say there is no- ',.:::.:.:..:...:;.:.:.:..::.:.:..:.::.:.:..:>::.:...>m.. Bakers ..J er Vlce .
album. Well up to that time I'd thing therein to justify the impression ;.tltiWt............ ...*.... din
been a bum playmate since I could- the Democrat expresses. I i'' :: >?'t!; Late 1..i1d :

n't make doll clothes, was a total However, it can be said that all .. ,.'c.. .
loss at hop-scotch, but suddenly remembering evidence available to the general

that I used to collect public, in the form of press service .
- I.
stamps one time, I gets real enthu- accounts of the congressional; -we present the beautiful new

siastic, so we go to town and I hearings and debates and speechesand Y

lavishly spend a dollar for a book, articles by sugar ,company officials General Electric Refrigerator

a dime for a mess of sticky hinges rather definitely establishes -
and fifty cents for a packet of mix- that the Everglades sugar interests 'f I I General Electric says: "This is the finest, .

ed stamps. are entirely willing to trade I c'k' thriftiest refrigerator we ever built. And

We have a swell time identifyin''em a lower cost to the consumer for .', i Ii;:: when you see it you'll say: "That's the
and findin' their place in the the profitable benefit of volume I l one I want."

album and before I know it I'm i: 'production now forbidden by the I .. ::'t '. I .Never before has G-E offered so much refrigerator J

nutty all over again. In no time at United States government.The .' .': 1. for your money. There are

all we run out of stamps and haveto proposition is simply this: ; fourteen beautiful new models from

buy more. First thing you know Taking figures employed 'in the '5'; which to choose..and at prices you will :
the 'darn book is filled up' so we Tallahassee Democrat's argument, I I. .
be Start
pleased to pay. new thrifty savings
have to get a bigger one. sugar can be produced in the Ev- <: :'"
-. and enjoy new convenience in kitchen
When the kid,, bumps up against erglades and Cuba at about 2 centsa ; your
NOW the G-E is investment
:i d an you'lllong
a problem of watermarks, identifi- pound and elsewhere for about
r 1 You low first
appreciate. .
save on
cation of the different kinds of 4 to 5 cents in our continentalbeet
+ cost, low current cost and low upkeep.
paper, and tries to figure out and Louisiana cane areas. Obviously

whether the perforation is 10, 11 -as the Democrat notes-
OIL.COOLING for Enduring
or 14. it begins to get beyond her there would be good money in selling 1 Economy

and she turns her attention to col- ; Everglades sugar at 3 centsa The simple, quiet, sealed-in-steel Monitor
lectin'' toy dogs. pound. That is the opportunitythe Mechanism with Oil Cooling is the product

But by this time I'm up to my Clewiston company asks and { of sixty years .

neck and I keep on foolin' 'round protection against Cuba is no part I of electrical r.: -..(BJ' .... .. _

until I've got six volumes-all of of the bargain. Being able to pro- '4 >r' experience. ) :== :: .
'em bigger than an old fashioned duce as cheaply as Cuba the Flor- ::::":':"'::''.:'';,'.. '-=--"'" ,....=----
( I
Bible-and it takes the whole :da industry is willing to melt !

blamed dinin' room table, extra that competition in the' open American '

leaves and all, to spread 'em out market. YES I'' L__

and also ,have room for the tnagnifyin' That, essentially, is all there is _____ ,'..: < _
G-E Refrigerator cabinets are
glasses, waterwark trays, to'[ it. The Democrat, however, ar- >
ALL-STEEL): with gleaming < >
hinges, tongs, catalogues, perfor- cues the assumption that the Everglades -
white one-piece porcelain
ation gauge- envelopes for dupli- industry; when it has put interiors and latest conve
cates,' and a lot of other bric-a- Lival American producers out oft ti
brac that a collector seems to think usiness by, underselling them, will Q i"\ nience features. GENERAL ELECTRIC RANGE

important: when he really goes at then: want a tariff on Cuban imports irry'?' l :, YES with the new TelACookLights
it with his hair down. > .r'' ,5-SpeedCALRODCook-
so that the price can be '
; 's'':,", Stainless Steel Super-Freezer; ing Unit and Tripl I-Oxen.
Every now and then some norm- raised to the level of 5 to 6 centsa :; > Y, ; One Button Temperature Control
al individual will drop by the pound which is necessary for less ; Interior Light; Thermometer GENERAL ELECTRIC SINK

house and catch me humped over efficient producers. That, natural- ; Chiller Tray': FingerTip with Dishwasher and J! .
like a skunk eatin' bugs, right in 1:,, would rob the consumer of the ) Latch..these and others Disposal Washes the dishes,

the middle of the mess, and while tenefit of Everglades. low cost pro- < _.. :'',,.,r;:;#; are standard features on all disposes of food wastes, electrically
they don't say anything, I can tell 'uction.! f''t' f'''x models over 3 cu. ft. capacity. See it demonstrated.

by the look on their faces whatthey're We do not know\ what may ben \

thiukln'. Then 'I usually aggravate i the minds of the sugar company REFRIGERATOR ry I YES \
the situation further byaskin' people, but that isnot the \ <- fS-- t ;.?%>.> >rvr: New Quick Freezing Tray;

'em if they want to see rroposition now before the house. >vpu'AvV 3wAY-j) Sliding Shelves; Tip Top g

"somethin' pretty" and start paw- All they are presently asking' -and "" "' .;:} Shelf; Sliding Vegetable
in' frantically through one of the r/hen they 'ask for something more Drawer; Adjustable Shelf II
books to show 'em my "Cape of that will be time enough' to dispute ''"' Heights;Matched Oven-Proof

Good Hope Triangles." them- is the lifting of governmental 5 Year Pottery Dishes..most of these tY' >
Most features, too, are standard k;;
of 'em are bored to tears restrictions so that they ;
naturally, and they try to be"polite 'nay produce all the sugar they Performance Protection Plan on a majority of these models. 1 1 4

and say: "My goodness, ain't they can manage to ,sell. &-308

funny lookin'- kinda' faded-are In principle that is fair enough, taken
they good ones?" Then when they md it certainly suggests advantage See the new 1939 Radios now on display. Your old radio

get the missus off in the corner oth: to Florida and the nation's suit the' balance.
and terms to
in trade model easy ,
they'll sympathize with consumers.: From the standpcint of on any

her and:want to know how long 'other interests there arc, of course, Remember all radios purchased from us carry a 1 year survice '"

I've been' that way and don't bha 'drawbacks, but we should think .
think I ought to tee a doctor or Florida IIPWSpapers would bo con- guarantee. ,




:: ,fI' FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1038 I
'.1! I PAGE FIVE j{

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'' '' .n..n.n.n.n. . . . ;..;..;..;..;..;a..;&..;&..;&..;..;..;..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:., GARDEN CLUB HOLDS FIRST I

(MEETING OF YEAR THURSDAYThe I the by the Clewiston Rev. Forest Community C. Taylor Church of, I J. M. COUSE !

meeting who is supplying: the pulpit of the Counselor \V" I
first and Attorney at L
% of the
III new First Presbyterian Church I
"PERSONAL II during Hopkins
and SOCIETY 1938-39 Garden Club year was held the month of August. Building I I

I at the home flf Mrs. E. C. Mills After a wedding trip to the Wednesdays: and Saturdays r 1 I

yesterday afternoon with Mrs.! F. Wfest Coast Mr. and Mrs. Prosser 0:30 to 4:00 i ii
,. ..-........................................................................................................,.....:..:..;.:..:..:..:.-.:-..-:.-.:-..-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,..):.I i/1\1.,A Wright general| chairman discussion, was presiding.held of'I'Mr.will Prosser be at home is well in known Miami as where an : J. S. CAMPBELL .

I Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dixon spent Mr. and Mrs. Herman SCharnberg the work and function of the club engineer.-Fort Lauderdale Daily i

the week-end in Miami. returned Saturday from a vacation and particularly projects which the News. '
I trip to Maine. They spent a few I club might undertake for the newyear's Jeweler & WatchmakerAll

I' Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilson spent weeks at a resort hotel at Naples : work. S1IJKLEY RUTH RODRIGUEZ
i Sunday with friends in Pahokee.Mr. in the Maine woods. I Mrs. Wright named the following -J HAS milTHDAY PARTY Kinds of Jewelry Repairs
'I : J I i I committees for the year: Optical Repairs

I I'I j and Mrs.Q Lewis Davis of Mrs. Solon Crews and Miss Alma Finance-Mrs. Simpson, Mrs. I Mrs. Frank M.Rodriguez enter- :AT 'CHRISTIANAS BARBER SHOP :.

Canal Point visited in Clewiston Crews returned to their home in I I Ward? Mrs. Bradnack. tained Tuesday afternoon with a

, Sunday.Mr. Fort Myers Saturday after visit I Flower-Mrj>. Mills, Mrs. Stew- party celebrating the twelfth birth- AGENT I i
art, Mrs.
ing for a few days with their Scharnberg. day of her daughter, Shirley Ruth. \ I
and Mrs. Jones Bryan were daughter and sister, Mrs. E. C. Junior Club-Mrs. O. A. Jones. Among those present were Har- L. B. Mershon I

visitors in Moore Haven Sunday Mills and family.Mr. Program-Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Duff, riet Alston Carol Joy Alston Mary
afternoon. 1\fr<::!. '7r..ll..<>. New York
a'a a Life
I Carlisle, Jack Davis, Barbara De- :
..-- and Mrs.' I. M. Pafford and I Playground-Mrs. Knight, Mrs. I Vane,. Joy DeVane, George DeVane, Insurance CompanyARCADIA j
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lovvorn daughters and ,E. O. Benson were Oliver, Jack and Junior Martinez.

visited in Moore Haven for a while visitors in Moore Haven Tuesday Project-Mrs. Owen, Mrs. Royal',.I Assisting with games and re- FLORIDA ,
Saturday afternoon. evening taking home Miss Phyllis Mrs.., Spicer. freshments were Mrs. George Bel iI i

Flanders who spent two days here Those attending yesterday's meet lamy, Mrs. R. DeVane, Mrs. H. J. NORGE I
Lenny and Billy. Stuckey of Pa- with Miss Ann Pafford.J. ing were Mrs. J. H. Pressley, Mrs. Pressly and Mrs. Doug Royer. REFRIGERATORS !i
hokee are visiting this week with F. M. Wright, Mrs. A. O. Ward, Furniture and Dome V-nmishlnga I

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Wilson. M. McKay of Peoria, Illi- Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mrs. G. B. B. Y. P. U. HOLDS AVEINER PHILCO RADIOS I i

nois, W"as in Clewiston Friday on Rackstraw, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. ROAST MONDAY EVENING 1

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Duval left business. Mr. McKay was en route J. Wl Ezelle, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Household Furnishings

"' Saturday after spending two weeks from Miami to his home in Union Mills.Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg and Mrs The Senior B. Y. P. U. of the Inc. I

in Clewiston on business. Springs, Alabama, for a vacationfor ] First Baptist church enjoyed a ;
a few weeks. BELLE GLADE: FLORIDA.
weiner roast at the levee Monday ; i
Miss Mary Markette is visiting I MRS., SCHARNBERG HOSTESS AT+I night. .....

friends in Ocala on a two weeks' Mrs. J. D. Bruce, jr., and daugh- TEA HONORING MRS. MORAN The evening was spent in play-

vacation.Mr. ter, Barbara, are expected to arrivein ing games and roasting Weiner
Clewiston Sunday from their Mrs. Annie Moran of Milledge- and rnarshrnallows. onq[ SAFE : ,

and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and home in the North. They will ville, Georgia, who is the 'guest of. Those enjoying this occasion were ,

son, Kim, were week-end visitorsin join Mr. Bruce in one of the her son, Jay W. Moran, was honorguest I I Mrs. C. W. Simmons' Doris Sim-

Tampa. I Clewiston Inn Apartments. at a lovely tea given Wednesday :I mons, Miss Mary Bell Warren, Mr.

I afternoon by Mrs.. Herman L I I and Mrs. W'R.\ Broaderick and =
Miss Tillie Geiger of Miami' is Enjoying a pleasant week-end at Scharnberg at her home. Harold Broaderick, Stanley McCor-

spending, several days in e Clewiston Bonita Beach were Mr. and Mrs. Attending were Mrs B. P. Luce,I I kle, Miss Viola Laird, Air and

this week. F. M. Rodriguez, Shirley Ruth Rodriguez Miss Rosalind and -Miss Eleanor Mrs. E. L. Hayes, Mrs. H. B. Anderson -

Mr. and Mrs. B. P.. Luce, Luce, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. Horace of Fort Meade, Mr. and Mrs.

Mrs. Homer Taylor of Felda Misses Rosalind and Eleanor Luce A. Bestor, Mrs. E. P. Mutrux, A. Taylor, Usler Mathis, I. lt".

.. spent a couple of days in I Clewistonon and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Martinezand Mrs. Doug ,E. Royer, Mrs: C.. A. Hobby, Mrs. B.( E. Herring and '

business this week. I sons. Martinez, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Miss Mrs. R. C. Nowling.
--..- / Eunice Meredith, Mrs. W. C. Prew but PROFITABLE

S. W. Houser and R. C. Baird Mr. and Mrs. Sidney L. Crochetand I itt, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. Harry:J BAPTIST SERVICES

spent the week-end in West Palm daughter. Sharon, left Fri- Vaughn, Mrs. M. W. Bigg, ,Mrs I 9'"here are several safe places for I

Beach. day for an extended vacation trip. F. M. Rodriguez, Mrs. F. M. Wright J Rev. Marshall Mines, of Braden- your savings...in a safe deposit:
and Mrs. E. C. Mills. I box, in government bonds invested
After visiting relatives in Jeaner- ton, will preach both services here ,
Mrs. M.. H. Scotti returned Tues- ette, Louisiana, and Onowa, Iowa, Mrs. Moran received a lovely I Sunday at the Baptist church and I II here, etc. The principal difference

day from 'a two weeks' visit with they will visit in Milwaukee, Chi- handkerchief as a memento of the !I everyone is cordially invited to is that HERE your savings earn a
her mother in New York City. cago and Peoria. delightful occasion. hear him. generous profit for you... because
they work constantly and
: profitably
I All services are now being held ,
Phyllis Flanders of Moore Haven Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bradnack MRS. R. WILSON HOSTESSAT I in the new church despite the I II amply secured by many homes.

spent a few days here this weekas returned to their 'home here 'Saturday EVENING BRIDGE CLUB .! fact that it. is not entirely completed. -

guest of Anne Pafford. I evening. Mr. Bradnack went -, I I The tent tabernacle was taken Clewiston Federal

lup last week to 'Brunswick, Georgia, I The evening bridge club met this down this week.SUBSCRIPTION. .
Mrs. H/T. Vaughn and sons and I II for Mrs. Bradnack, who has been I week on Wednesday with Mrs. I I I and Loan

Mrs. W. C. Prewitt were visitors I visiting there and in New York C. Wilson as hostess. A lovely Savings

Tuesday in Fort Myers. City this summer.G. towel and matching cloth went n'l' $2.00 PER YEAR AssociationLIEN

Mrs. T. B.
Shelley, holder of
Mr. and Mrs. George T. Augur M. Waters is able to be out score, a hand towel to Mrs. W. H.I I I

and daughters, Carol and Jean, again after a severe heart attack Lanier for consolation and a towel X..X..X..X..X..X..X..X..X..X..X"X.<..X"XK..XwX..X'%..:%...*.:.%......'.:...M:M......:**:**:*t:. f
.3') are spending' this week at Miami which he suffered several weeks to Miss Mae Palmer for cut prize. I

Beach../ ago. He spent four weeks in a Fruit jello with whipped cream AY A
Fort Myers: hospital but is regaining was served by Mrs. Wilson to Mrs.

Connie Clark, accompanied byRay his strength rapidly and expects Roy Alston, Mrs. Campbell Nail, Ii
Clark of Bradenton, returned to return to his work in then Mrs. R. C.
Nowling, Mrs. T. B. i Your Credit Is Good ::
Tuesday from a few days visit sugar house shops soon. Shelley, Mrs. Harry Turner, Mrs.

Cuba. --.- W. H. Lanier, Mrs. Joe Schroeder, I :

11 Miss Ann Pafford entertaineda and Miss Mae Palmer. :!: Wear 'a NEW Tailored Individual ::
Mrs. C: E. leaving today friends
with Cootie
for a two weeks' visit with her Tuesday afternoon a honoring party her J MRS. BOURNE HOSTESS I ::: Measure Suit While You Pay '::

parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Mun- guest, Miss Phyllis Flanders, of TO ALTAR SOCIETY
roe in Madison. Moore Haven. Present were Misses I :: A postcard will bring the Lake's Old ::

Maurine Prewitt, Barbara: Broad- Mrs. B. A. Bourne was hostess I :i: Dependable Tailor Representative :!:
Mrs. T. B. Shelley, E. E. Kelly
Gloria McDuffie and Miss at the August meeting of the .
and Miss Marge Hood spent the. Flanders. Altar' Society of St. Margaret'sChurch r ;
week-end in Miami with T. B. :: CHAS. LEAR ::
yesterdayafternoon.. Mrs.G. .
Shelley who is there on business. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Morgan of A. Yon, president, occupied the f :: '

-' Charlotte, North Carolina, are parents chair during the business session, Box 508 Clewiston, Fla. 3

spent Mr. the'and week-end Mrs. Arthur visiting Lawrence Mr. and I wardwhieh of a son, named born Thomas Ed-I for which was devoted largely to plans :..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..: X::
was August 18thin completing the recent renova-
Mrs. M. G. Langford in Lake I
a Jacksonville tion
hospital. Mr. of the church, following ex-

; Butler. Morgan, who is a son of Mrs. J. tensive repairs to roof and plaster ..N..........N.N..N.H.1:.N..H.N..N.N.V:.N..N.N.N.....N.1 t.i.N..N..N...-.N.11.......:.NN.. ..N.N.......i.N.H..N..N.N.N.N.N..
II. .
E. Johnston, livedfor several years work.
Mr. and Mis. Lincoln Phillips
in Clewiston.
Those attending the y
and Harry W.' Phillips of Fort .. I ,z.
I a .r;:; were Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs.. Harry .z.: .:.
Myers were business visitors here L. A. Turner returned Mrs. '. I I .'.
Sunday W. P. Vaughn, sr., :
- Friday. I from Bay Pines hospital near St. Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. Zerney ,

: ...., __ Petersburg, where he has been recuperating Meredith, Mrs. M. E. VonBach, J i iY
::\11'. and Mrs. F. M. Wright, I from injuries received Mrs. G. A. Yon and Mrs. Bourne. CLEWISTON 60Lf

: Nancy and Francis Wright, spent in an automobile accident here
','J several:; days this week at Miami :: vCOURSE'
I I ago. Turner is PARTY
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,, Beach. up and about but still unable to 'HARRIET ALSTON'S BIRTHDAYMrs. : i iy
---- I return to work in his barber shop. .
1>. Mrs. L. R. Dixon is spending I =
Roy Alston
honored her h
I t; this week in West Palm Beach Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor, y' f
daughter, Harriet, with
II I':, visiting her/ aunt, Mrs. F. W. Spar- George and Richard Bestor returned a surprise -
party Saturday afternoon celebra- :: <. .: :;:
I ,' row. .. Monday from Miami Beach : -...J ,.... ,' '.." ,. .
ting Harriet's < '
I :":. where they had ,been for several Runelle ninth birthday. : '; ;" '1. :. ;:.," .
: McGehee
I i assisted in entertaining i iI'
S Mr. and Mrs H. P. Perry of days. Mr. Bestor has recovered
the children with
,. Bradenton arrived today for a visit nicely from a throat operation. I
during the afternoon. ..
16 with Mr. Perry's brother, W. W. which was performed in a Miami I Delicious fruit jello topped with I I' ..:.
Perry and family. hospital during their stay. '
: I i
- cream and served with the
F. Deane Duff left birthday cake formed the refresh-
the first of the
:,.;. Saxon Misses, Myrtis Clarice Moore,Cove Beth, Nail Virginia and 1 week to join Mrs.! Duff for a few 'ments The for the party. Open to the Public J

::r Mrs. Kenneth Baunigardener of weeks vacation. Mrs. Duff, ac- guests included Gene and
companied her Bub Mills, Barbara and George De-
%:'". Moore Haven visited Mrs. A.V.. by parents, Mr. and
r. Lawrence Monday. Mrs. F. Edward Bryant of Palm Vane, Nancy Wright, Mary Louise -- 'i.
Beach, has been in Blowing 'Rock, Thomas, Josie Schroeder, Nora y
tr.; --- -
: -: North Carolina since the first Oglesby, Helen Matthews, Louise x
of "
O' Enpoying a day at Fort Myers "
.. the month. Prewitt, Billy Prewitt, Grace Ward, .:.
Saturday were Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Charles
Benbow and Carol Alston. o I
::', Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. Meredith, Miss f
Eunice Meredith, Patsy Meredith ROAST I LOCAL s. y
::: and Werner Amrein.S. Y
:, : The Sunday School MIAMI COUPLE WEDNESDAYMiss
: classes
.0--- Mrs. Jimmy Wilson '_: Moderate Green Fees :;:
;,: E. Pepe and S. G, Burns have Miss Mary Ila Rebecca 'r.
Markette of the Yearwood and
" returned to Memphis, after spend- Sunday school enjoyed Community'to the Church full- Lew Robert Prosser, b6th of Miami Exceptional 1 Fairways I :;:
ing two months in Clewiston. The 's .=.
est a weiner were married
Wednesday nite
. men'are office associated of U. S. with Engineersand the last Friday evening at the was Leydig held at 8:30 o'clock at the Presbyterian Interesting Greensn s:;:

gardens. manse. They were attended by (

r'.YtMemphis assignment.were in. Clewiston' ,on temporary. A large number of class members Mr: and Mrs. J. E. Roberts of ;

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SYNOPSISThe And I must tell you where we went. ly like Sarah Marblestone. And and orderly I hear you're a won-
We dined at Doctor Farwell's. Imagine there were Henry-and Evelyn! derful cook." ,4

congregation of the Old White Church ." Well! "Yeah? Guess somebody's been I
in Locust Hill turns out in full force to look "Really?" Miss Brown still was revolving the tryin' to rib you." Nevertheless, Mr. t \
over the new preacher. Dr. Jonathan Far. "Nothing different. You know I unusual event in her mind early the Mulgrew was gratified and showed A

the well communicants and there is as much to what speculation sort of man among he was almost devoured with curiosity next afternoon when an errand it. -. I\

will be. Cassius Brady, treasurer of the To see what it would be like. took her past Old White. "But I have!" Abbie nodded vig-
church, had recommended baccalaureate Dr. Farwell ser for You must have seen that weird Less than a block from the. par- orously. "It's so nice for Doctor 9
the after hearing
mon at the graduation of Dale Farwell his creature that runs the house for sonage, she saw Doctor Farwell Farwell and Dale to have someoneas
son, who is a geologist. Brady's daughter Dale and his father." stride out from the house to his car. capable as you are. I know they

his Lenora father.Interests Dr. Dale Farwell, who meets lives alone the memo with "Mr. Mulgrew? I've met him. He Dale was at the wheel. They were must appreciate it. After all, Mr. i ij

bers of his congregation personally, accepts is funny And nice." going somewhere, then. Abbie Pink, it's rather difficult for afora
their tributes, but refuses the to Marblestones be impressedby "Maybe. He isn't so easy to lookat slackened her pace and waited until man who's lost his wife. I feel so pip
the banker's family
whose daughter Evelyn obviously sets her though. But I will hand it to the machine started away from sorry for poor Doctor Farwell. A
cap for Dale. Meanwhile the women of the him when incomes\ to serving a din- the curb, gathering speed as it home" is so important for a minis-
of the
the mystery
town curious about
Farwell's are womanless housekeeping. In the ner. And my dear! I wish you moved along Market street. She ter. "
privacy of his room Dale has enshrined a could see the linen and silver. The lifted her small chin in a deter- "He seems to be gettin' along.
picture of a beautiful woman" inscribed Marble in table was simply beautiful! The din- mined fashion and walked swiftly "Of course! With you to manage
childish lettering "Elaine. The
1 stones invite the Farwells to dinner with ner was delicious. I mean it. And and unhesitatingly up to the Far- things. I suppose you knew Mrs.
Cassius Brady. At the dinner Evelyn mo that dreadful looking little man well front door. Farwell ."
nopolizes Dale. He tells her he has only "Never her." Pink's tone
one friend in Locust Hill and she is Lee cooked it. Everything! Pink, jacket unbuttoned in his saw sug- t4/
Brady. Constable Kerney is perturbed by "It must have been interesting." haste, answered the bell. gested that another topic would be \

the arrival on the train of a him.suspicious-He is "I wouldn't have missed it for "Good afternoon," Miss Brown rather more in order. .
looking little man and
further mystified when the stranger goesto worlds. And we had another sur- smiled sweetly. "I just dropped in "And it must be nice for you here,
the parsonage. There the newcomer Is prise. Doctor Farwell played the as I was going by to ask you about too," said Miss Abbie Brown to Pink
warmly greeted as "Pink" Mulgrew and Mulgrew. "We're all so fond of Doc-
takes up his duties as housekeeper addingto piano for us after dinner..He's noth- my pan. High Above the Clouds
the town's speculation. Dale calls on the ing less than an artist. He doesn't "What ails it?" Mulgrew was tor Farwell. Even in the short time
he's been here. And Dale is nice Dance .",Im. golf. Ride horseback to the
Bradys. Evelyn Marblestone gives a partyIn ,
honor of Dale and is obviously annoyedat like to play' for his friends. ButI startled into inquiring, before he realized musical roar of the mountain breezes..
his marked attentions to Lee. Later teased him into it after Dale let the attractive little visitor too. So talented. Come live, and enjoy the refreshing
Dale takes Lee for a drive around historical the cat out of the bag. I could might not be employing his own familiar Miss Brown had'struck the right luxury of this WORLD FAMOUS RESORT.
student's e America's most beautiful patio open evenings -
In which he has a
interest spots and he confides in her his ideal of see that the Doctor didn't like it at vernacular. "Beg pardon," approach. with dancing beneath the starlite
Elaine his mother who died when he was all. He tried not to show it. But he amended hastily. And waited. "Dale? You've said a mouthful, skies to the famous Lookout Orchestra.

barely deeply more mourned than by a baby his father.and who Lee is still is you know those eyes of his. Dale'sso "I'm Miss Brown," that lady of- Miss. I done my best to makesomethin' .gown. .shop.Swimming Rates pool$G, op tennis daily, beauty Including and

,sympathetic. Dr. Farwell invites the Mar funny, isn't he?" fered primly, equally desirous of of that kid. He'll be a meals, tennis and swimming! privileges.
blestones to his first formal dinner. Dale "I'm not sure I've noticed." getting off to a fresh start. "Sorryto champ some day, if he behaves Special family and seasonable rates)

has already a birthday accepted party in an honor Invitation of Lee to, but attend "I mean about his father. When bother you. But I brought a pan himself." Lookout Mountain
his father sternly insists that he stay at you get Dale by himself he loosens of doughnuts over to Doctor Far- "I'm sure he will. And Doctor"It
home and help entertain the Marblestones. Hotel
Lee although understanding, is hurt, and L
Dale spends a miserable evening. OverlookingCHATTANOOGA


CHAPTER VI-Continued i1 1r Write, wire or telephone,

r'1' a,1,7 all"i
Without another word Farwell I

Seated himself at the instrumentand

ran a few contemplative chords. i

Then he commenced a selection, a
Malaria Can KILLDon't
classical theme whose notes filled
under the firm touch of 1l
the room Malaria
get the idea that
the long white fingers. At its con- is not important. In 1936, for in-

clusion, Farwell's hands dropped stance, 3,700 people died from l''
from the keys to his lap.' Malaria in our 12 Southern states .

"It'was wonderful ." Evelyn alone! I
breathed. "I adore Liszt." Wintersmith's is a doctor's com-

It was almost eleven when Mar- pound for Malaria. It contains
world-famous medicines for
blestone peered from the front win-
ing the disease-known by
dow and announced that the car was every
doctor and millionsof
prescribed in
waiting. cases every year!
Dale's only conversation with ML&IJ Your druggist has Wintersmith'sor

Evelyn came when he assisted her he1 will gladly get it for you. ;@
into her coat. See him TODAY, and ask for .
"Was it such a hardship?" she I Wintersmith's-the Tonic that your

inquired in a voice too low for the parents and your grandparentstook
to relieve Malaria-the Tonic
others to hear.
PROVEN by 70 years' use. '
"I don't know what you mean.

"Nothing, really. I wasn't quite
sure you were here this evening." / :,,_ 1, J ,t df Y Womanly CharmTo

Evelyn stood with her back to him, be womanly is the greatest

fingering the fastenings of her coat. charm of a woman.-Gladstone. I

"But of course I was! So glad

you could come."

"I wonder ." NERVOUS,?
Before Dale could formulate any

plan of action following ,the depar-
Do you feel so nervous you want to scream? I
ture of'the Marblestones, his father
Are you cross and irritable? Do you scold
called him into the parlor. Farwell was wonderful ." Evelyn breathed. "I adore Liszt. those dearest to you?
If your nerves are on edge and you feel
stood beside the piano. up and talks. But when his father's well quite some tune ago. That was Farwell is so forceful. Always fight- you need a good general system tonic try

"Did you have a pleasant eve- around, he's altogether different. He before you came. Of course I left ing evil!" made Lydia especially E. Pinkham's women.Vegetable Compound !I

ning?" acts almost as if he were afraid. I the pan. I was wondering if I "You ain't seen nothin'. If you'd For over 60 years one woman has told an- :
"Yes Father." don't blame him much. Doctor Far- 'might have it back. If it isn't too ever have seen him when he was other how to go"smiling thru" with reliable build I
Pinkham's Compound.It helps nature
"Hereafter if you can avoid it, well is perfectly adorable. But there much trouble. It's about so big." scoutin' for the Heinies. Hell witha up more physical resistance and thus helps

please do not make it necessary for something sort of grand and Abbie's gloved hands described an bayonet, he was." calm quivering annoying nerves symptoms and lessen which discomfortsfrom often accompany -

me to use the piano. ,I should not gloomy about him. Dale's all right, indefinite arc. "Do you mean he was in the war? female functional disorders..

have to remind you of my reasons, anyway. He can't help his father. "That's a hard one, Miss," Pin Why, I never heard that!" Over Why not give million it a women chance have to help written YOU in

I think. Good-night Dale." Did you know he was going away answered. "I'm afraid I wouldn't "That's how I come to meet him reporting one wonderful benefits from Pinkham's

Dale waited where he was until very soon?" know it. Lotta junk must have in the first place." Compound.

he heard his father moving about "You mean Dale?" come with this house. You see, "Oh, I wish you'd tell me!"

overhead. Then he walked into the "Yes. He was telling father some- there's nobody home except me." "We was buddies out there. That'sall.

hall, slipped into his overcoat and thing of the sort after dinner. Said "Never mind, then. It just hap- ." A far-away look crept into the SMALL SIZE E LARGE SIZf
let himself out the front door. he had decided to'go back to school pened that my mother we live gray eyes. "We joined in the 60e 4 S S1.20
and do some work. Those two got alone since brother marriedshe up
His mind was filled with misgiv- my same outfit. Maybe we didn't get
ings as he neared his destination. Afool's to be regular cronies last night. wanted to use the pan for some- in the thick of it, too! It was a
Father thinks it's a pity he isn't thing. But some other time will do "
like about the
errand, as not. If he queer thing dominie he
going into a business where he can exactly as well." Her distress was I 1 II"'O
continued almost
could have a few words with Lee musingly, as if
make money. Thinks he has so so evident that Pink's gallantry was had there Brings Blessed Relief
alone. What would her guests thinkif forgotten was an auditor
much personality and all that sort of stirred. in from aches and pains of
he came barging in at this late drinking every word. "Nothin'ever
thing. I wouldn't wonder if he'd do "Not a bad lookin' little jane at
seemed touch him
to and
hour? Perhaps they would have yet RHEUMATISM
No. something for Dale, if he'd stay all," he decided mentally. Then he was always goin' where thingswas
here in Locust Hill""That aloud: "Chances are it's kickin'around NEURITIS and LUMBAGOTry
The house was still brightly lighted the worst. You see that?" a bottle Why suffer? i
on the lower floor. would be nice." here. Would you care to an- Pink's fingers caressed his scarred _AT'ALL.iGOOD DRUG'STORES-: I
"I don't blame him much _for kle back to the kitchen and see if cheek.
Dale approached uncertainly. wanting to get away from here. ButI you can pick it out?" been
"It must have a dreadful :
There but 3438WORMS :
was one car parked in will miss him. Dale promisedme The first woman of the congregation WNU-7
wound the little woman remarked
the street. He scanned ,
closely as he would take up contract if I to reach this_coveted goal, Ab- with shudder.
he He
passed. walked on rapidly. would give him some lessons. AndI bie helped herself to a chair at the I
"Touch and
There was a familiar look about I a go, you might say.
that machine. must go!I" end of the kitchen table and com- Shell fragment done that. And that )

Pliny getting the break.CHAPTER "Don't hurry away." menced a swift and happy inspec- wasn't all. I could show you whereI
"Sorry. I've heaps of things to tion. She still was engrossed with mean there was a coupla ma-

do. I'm just beginning to think of her discoveries when the housekeeper chine gun bullets did me some spe- b' ,AND

VII I Christmas shopping." Evelyn was emerged, all too soon, from his cial dirt. We was raidin' a nest I

getting into her coat. "It's been pantry. when that happened.TO pig TAPEWORMare
"Lee, darling! I wasn't sure you'dbe ages since we had 'a good visit. Call "I got an idea it's one of these." ( BE CONTINUED)

up yet, but I did want to see you me up and we'll have a whole afternoon He exhibited two pans for considera-

for a minute." I of gossip. 'By." tion."Yes. Four Palaces in One quickly expelled','

"Of course I'm up," Lee laughedas Pink Mulgrew unwittingly contrib- That's ours. The largerone. The Amalienborg palace in Copenhagen from the human system

she ushered Evelyn ,Marblestoneinto uted to his culinary fame by neglect- Would ,you mind telling me Denmark is ,really four with one single
the Bradys' living room. "It's ing to lower the shades of the dining what your real name is?" palaces surrounding a small square, dose ofDr.Peery's'DEAD

almost noon. You'd better get out room windows while serving dinner "Pinckney Mulgrew. My friends in the center of which is the city's SHOT Vermifuge
of that leather" coat. It's rather for the "Quarry outfit." Miss Abbie call me Pink. Handy." finest statue, that of Frederick V.

warm here. Brown chanced to see the unusual "I've been wondering ever sinceI The palaces were erected in the '
"Well. Just for a second. Youdon't illumination in passing the parson- heard it. So unusual. I was just Eighteenth century by different no- I l t 09Kf IY iM6 N l7 .o t

know how sorry I was not to age. She paused. going to say Mr. Pink, that this is blemen. The silent square becomes
be able to come to your dinner last Dale Farwell was plainly visibleat the very first time in my life I was I. lively at noon, the 'hour for the t.

night. You see, I was invited out his end of the table. On his right in a man's kitchen. It's really beau changing of the guard, a colorful SOC a bottle ftt druggists or
-for dinner with father and mother. sat a woman who looked amazing- tiful. You have everything so clean I and interesting ceremony Wright'* Fill Co., 100 Gold St., NA. City.




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; UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL What's the good of a girl being -

L OUR COMIC SECTION l : as fit as a fiddle -if she I
SUNDAY L hasn't a beau?

r, esson I Most girls would swap wis-
I dom for a. dimple.
". Bv HAROLD L. LUN1J UlS'J.,1) D. .
.' Dean of The Moody Bible Institute The only thing the modern
of Chicago. girl ,can cook like mother usedto
s Western Newspaper Union. .
r,.- do is a bachelor's goose.

I' :;:-.- Lesson for August 28 J I Snoopie 0 their Some parents modern sit up.girls Others make

have latchkeys.The .
I :: ELI: RESPONSIBILITY FORt ,most popular line among

OTHERS G G094Y wise young women is still a !
', DOWT SEE 'EMANVMOQ.EAU' beeline to marriage.
; t LESSON TEXT-1 Samuel 3:11-14; 41218. <5 WENT WAY
GOLDEN TEXT-Train up a child In the AWO LEFT SWOOPIE _- I'M Some girls remind you of
way he should go. Proverbs 22:6a. TOO TIRED TO RUIJ traffic lights. Every time you
BEHIND---HE = ANY uRTNERf -- try to kiss them they turn red.

The responsibilities privilegesof PURSUED THEIR Look out when a girl calls
fatherhood need special' \you\ by your first name. It maybe
and the lesson of today gives : -- s h your last she wants.

excellent opportunity for such con
sideration. Too often the rearingof r Od a rwr

children, which is almost inevita- t iff.
bly largely in the.hands of the mother -

is entirely delegated to her, and Vavo'r.lte
the father becomes the man who

pays the bills, occasionally carriesout LOOK, PAWELLI'LL UeeJtI
a severe act of discipline, but A4tCwUT QUICK -/ AIN'T I BE ---HOW'D oft the i

otherwise is almost a stranger to THAT SNOOP1E/ I-IE GET WAYSHUCKSWE'LL

his children. / PUPPY.I OUT WERE ?

Girls as well as boys appreciateand HONEY WHITE CAKE

respond to the loving and un-

derstanding fellowship of a father l/2 cup shortening 3 teaspoons baking
who really improves the opportunity 1 cup sugar powder
build himself into the lives of his J,2 cup honey J,4 teaspoon salt
t 3 cups sifted cake 1 cup milk _
children.Eli flour 4 egg whites
is a striking illustration of a
Cream shortening, honey and
man who had attained an honorable l Add sifted
# sugar thoroughly. dry "
position in life and who had discharged MEBBE 50- BUT
with milk
ingredients, alternately ,
his public duties with suc- HOW'D HE GET :
and with
starting ending dry ones.
cess, but who failed his own boys, I HE MUS (A IkJ THAT CARSLIPPEO -- WEVER
SORRY, FOLKS, Fold in stiffly beaten egg whites.
because of weak indulgence. Not a OUT L BETCHA HE WAS GET 'EM IW THIS BUS- -
BUT 5T Bake in two 9-inch layer pans ina
few Christian workers'have followedin OF TH' YARD/ I KID W APED.! WE BUT WAIT! LOOKTHEVCESTOPP1U' _- HAVE TO WAIT 350 degree oven'for 30 minutes.

Eli's path.I. 60TTA CATCH 'EM! P ER GASWOW'S/ AGAIN 'TIL Seven Minute Honey Frosting.Put .
A Weak Father and Vile Sons CtR CHANCE = J
K1ENCT WEEK two unbeaten egg whites, %

(3:13). j I II cup white corn syrup and Vz cup
The sons of Eli were 'wicked men honey in double boiler top. Have
who dared even to use the serviceof water in bottom boiling. Beat'with

the temple for the gratification of rotary beater for seven minutesor

fleshly appetites and lusts. (See until the mixture is stiff enoughto

2:12-17,22.) Eli protested against : stand in peaks. Remove from

their most flagrant sin (2:23,24), but b- Y heat. Add Vz' vanilla

evidently he had lost his influenceover .. .'. . . .... .. a.- ....- I ., J t-.I and a pinch of teaspoon salt. Spread on,

them, for they did not hearken.It cake. Then cover with moist co-

is not always true that the conut.

wickedness of a son is the result of
weakness in the father, nor is it al-
ways the case that weak fathers STEAMED CLAMSWAITER; SOME, AWAY

have vile sons. Often the sons live BUT DARN .f) I ri Send for This

far better lives than their fathers IT ALL / -
and frequently a godly and faith- III FREEVITAMIN

ful father suffers the heartbreak of ? "

having a wayward son. But usually po L' PRIMER

"like father, like son" is true. t '
Boys learn from their fathers-not Offered by,c. ,Houston Goudiss

so much by words _of admonition, / )
as by deeds. Let us tell our boys YOU want to know
how live first consistent where to find the different -
to by living a -
vitamins? Just write to
Christian life, and then lovinglybut o C. Houston Goudiss at 6 East
insistently requiring of them .39th St.,New York City,for
during their days of irresponsibility p his new "Vitamin Primer."
It tells the facts that
conformity to the standards of God. homemaker needs to know
We need to build moral fiber into about vitamins. In simple
American youth of our country if it"J 58 chart form, the functions of
\ is not to fall into the decadence of each vitamin are exlained,
and there is a list of nods to
the civilizations of the past. guide you in supplying your
II. Judgment-Personal and Na- family with adequate amounts
of these necessaryfood factors.
tional (3:12, 14; 4:17). .
ONE I ,,. Th hllllel will be especially
Sin horrible harvest of
brings a
those who amid
helpful to must cer-
sorrow, suffering, and judgment, AWAY /am/oods,ItS i/o./fers II wide choice
not only to the individual but to his of foods C01I/ammg each vitamin.

family, and ultimately to the na

tion. No man can ever divorce him-

self from his relationship to his fam- Admitting Error

ily. His people will suffer for his An error gracefully acknowl-

waywardness, perhaps more than he edged is a victory won.-Gas-
suffers himself. The nation is ma'deup rSel1 coigne.

of homes, and consequently when By
the family suffers the nation will I IW

suffer.too. J. Millar WattOWNU HANDY home ll4e4 JARS

There is a strange theory current 5*
that social and political entities havean M00LNE! 10 AND

existence apart from the people

who make them up, that.our peoplecan
drink and gamble and steal and
Greater Evil
kill, and yet somehow we will still Svndlcate.-WNU Service.t1 than
Surfeit has killed more
,! be the "land of the free and the
" home of the brave." America is famine.-Theognis.
what the families in your community '

and mine are, and our familiesare
what we are. S'A. :
+{A1 s1'4k Tturs1iaR1SALL sore eyes ,
III. Responsibility and Opportu- Ll_ OWA
nity.This 74E e bf f .R, get worse and worse the longer
division of lesson is
our tM you let them go; Leonardi's :
drawn from no special portion of X00
Golden Lotion cures inflammation
the. Scripture lesson, but is presented -
to place squarely before us the and soreness with-

fact that we (and we are speaking out pain in one day. Cooling,

specifically to fathers) have a plain P 1w healing, strengthening.LEONARDI'S .
and inescapable responsibility for -

it our family life, as well,as to empha- T GOLDEN EYE LOTION
size the fact that this is not a re-
p sponsibility of which we should be 0 MAKES WEAK EYES STRONG
.O. LM
afraid. It is God's gift of. glorious 35C at all druggist
opportunity. \ New Large Size with Dropper-SO cent

Eli was a personal success as a TE r dWtg55 S.B.LeonardI U_Co., New Rochelle,N.T.

priest. He had many commend-
able qualities, not the least of which

was his gracious recognition of the ,
ministry of Samuel, who had grownup wswrnmmsTo

in his presence and yet who R
Get Rid of Acid
was recognized by Eli as the mes-
senger of God. (Compare Mark 6:4 and Poisonous Waste
and I Tim. 4:12.) But he missed k.: {- /c ;; Your constantly kidneys filtering help to keep waste you.wellby matter

life's greatest opportunity by losing PS from the blood. If your kidneys get
his r rai't M functionally disordered and fail to
own boys. >4 remove excess impurities there may be
Let us look on the brighter side G'f ,'P>A'FR a f TSquiitTS < poisoning of the whole system and
in closing our study and recall the < O AruTL,1 body-wide distress.
t-ieILI. Burning, scanty or too frequent urination -
inspiring contribution that has been .0 may be a warning of some kidneyor .

made to our national life, to our You bladder may disturbance.suffer nagging backache,
spiritual life and our social advance- ; persistent he.adache.llttacks of dizziness,
getting up nights, swelling, puffiness
ment by those who have come out under the eyes' feel weak, nervous,*all
of the most humble of homes, with P played out.
In such cases it is better to rely en a
the most meager worldly advan- S medicine that has won country-wido
tages, but with the rugged characters By h acclaim than on something less favor
ably known. Use Doan's Pills.A multi
-physically, morally, and spiritually tude of grateful people recommend
/' stalwart-which have been C. M. Payne }ff)) Doan's. Ask your nciahborl, .

nurtured in a true Christian home.It .
pays, not only for the person and QWNU di1 w a
t3eU Srn9cnte-WNU Service.
for the family, but also for the nation
to have Christian fathers.





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market and will be maintained and final decree on the 5th day of Sept- have been published in the man-
New Plan- ember AD.. 1938, during the legal ner provided by law where the matteror
LYRES BROS. GET run as same and it is desired that hours of sale, sell to the highestand thing to be affected may be situ-
every farmer within a radius of a best bidder for cash at the front ated, which notice shall be published
door of the Court House in the Cityof in the manner provided by law at i
(Continued from page 1) hundred miles or further if pos- LaBelle, Florida, the following least thirty days prior to introduction j
INJUNCTION AGAINST I sible use the market's facilities. described property being and located into tho Legislature of any such bill. I
glades Drainage District together in the City of LaBelle, Florida, to-wit The evidence that such notice has been I
applica- Farmers of Hendry' Glades, Lee, All the Stock and fixtures in the published shall be established In the
the supplementary
with Collier and Palm Beach countiesare Drug Store known as Royor's Cut Legislature before such bill shall be
FENCING OF LEVEE tion filed herewith, with a viewto Rate Store situated in the Forrey' passed, and such evidence Shall be
Increasing the amount of the urged to give their cooperation Building, LaBelle, Florida I tilled or preserved with the bill in the: '
toward making this 'a ,real farmer's Said sale being made to satlsy the office of the Secretary of State in
loan heretofore authorized.As terms of, said final decree.J. such manner as the Legislature shall
market for this part of Florida. .
M. COUSE.Special .
injunction and provide, and the fact that such notice :
A granteda a result of conferences Master was established in the Legislatureshall I

to the negotiations occurring over a periodof LOUIS O. GRAVELY in every case be recited upon the I
couple of weeks ago Willis Explains New Solicitor for ComplainantAug. Journals of the Senate and of the '
several months on May 7, 1938, .
Company to 19, 26 Sept. 2. House of Representatives; PROVIDED -
Lykes Bros, ,,representatives of the Board of I I however, no publication of any r
prevent the fencing of a certain I commissioners of Everglades Accounting Methods II I such law shall be required hereunder ;\
when such law contains I a provision,
area of levee northwest of Moore age District and the Drain-I. I I II I I NOTICE OF ELECTION to the effect that the same shall not ::1
II become operative or effective until ii
Haven was upheld in circuit courtat the Florida Everglades ratified or approved at a referendum, I
Committee held a meet- I S. A. Graves county super WHEREAS: the legislature of 1937 election to be called and held in the
Geo. Protective
Fort Myers Tuesday, Judge intendent of public instruction I under: the Constitution of 1885, of the territory affected in accordance witlx
in' York and at such i State of Florida
the U. ing New City did pass four Joint a provision therefor contained in such,
W'JhJtehurst? ruling I and other puperiiitcndcnts of southwest Resolutions proposing amendments to
meeting the following persons were bill, or provided by general law.
's. Government could not build any- I Florida counties were present I!II the Constitution of the State of 1<'
present: J. H. Franklin GeorgeA. ida, and the same were agreed to "
fences to protect last Friday'at a meeting held in a vote of three fifths of all the 101'-\\ A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing
more barbed-wire Chalker, Fred H. Kent, as bers elected to each house: that an Amendment to Section 2 of Article
the courthouse at Fort Myers at IX of the Constitution of Florida Relating
levees through the Lykes' Brothers man, vice chairman and general votes on said Joint Resolutions were
which Bryan Willis from the stateauditor's entered upon their respective to Taxation and Finance byAdding
property. He refused, however, to manager and general counsel, respectively with the yeas and nays Journals'l Thereto a Requirement That
office explained a new
the Legislature Shall Provide for.
of said drainage district, they did determine and ,
grant a mandamus which would method of school accounting.The the said Joint Resolutions be submittedto Raising Revenue to Defray State Appropriations -
and H. C. Rorick, Joseph R. Grun- the electors of the State at the Made for the Benefit of:
have required the tearing down of dy, James R. Easton and William new system does away with General Election in November 1938. ;the Uniform System of Public Free

erected. It is con- members of the old slow and antiquated system NOW, THEREFORE, I, R. A. Gray Schools, and of the State Institutions
fences already Roberts, as chairman, Secretary of State of the State of 'of Higher Learning as a Part of the
been in for
which has use many
sidered likely that the case will ) and general counsel of said bond- Florida, do hereby give notice that a expenses of the State on an Equal-
and substitutes a compactand ity Therewith
go to the federal courts. holders protective committee; and simplified method of hand- //will be held in each county in Floridaon BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS-
representatives of nine of the lead- Tuesday next succeeding the first
Employees of the U. S. Engi- district. ling. Mr. Willis is expected to Monday In November, A. D. 1938, the : That the following amendment
ing landowners in said of Section 2 of Article IX of the Constitution -
said Tuesday the
neers have been deputized to patrol discussion of the visit each county later to see that of Florida relating to tax-

the fences already built, due it is After a general the new system is working properly. -I EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBERfor I ation and finance be and the same is.
purpose of said meeting, the mem- the ratification or rejection of the 'hereby agreed to and shall be sub-
said to rumors that cattlemen had ald Joint Resolutions proposing
mitted to the qualified electors of the
of said bondholders protective -
threatened to cut the fences.As bers I amendments to the Constitution of the State of Florida for ratification or-
I commltteee unanimously agreed I State of Florida, viz: rejection at' the next ensuing general
a citizen cannot sue that if the board of commissionersof election to be held in November, 1938. ('-
the Amendment of Section of ArticleX
the action TO RECEIVE TENANT LOANS ThAt is to say that Section 2 of Article
United States Government said district would within a I of the Constitution Relating to the IX of the Constitution of Florida be

brought by the Lykes Brothers -' reasonable time and not later than atlon.Exemption of Homesteads from Tax- and the same I is hereby amended soas -
Paul H. The Palm Beach Post stated last to read as follows: .
was directed against sub- BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS-
90 days after May 17, 1938, "Section 2. The Legislature shaU
Smith contractor on the fenc- mit an offer in writing to pay the week that not more than ten LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA provide for raising revenue to..,,defray'
: That the following amendmentof
648 tenant the of the State, Jncludlng
of Palm Beach County's expenses
ing. At the hearing the contractors owners of the outstanding bonds of Section 7 of Article X of the Con- state appropriations for the benefitof
farmers will be eligible to secure stitution of the State of Florida ; '
were represented by AttorneyG. said district 50c on the dollar of re- the uniform syfitem--t public free
Jating'to the exemption of homesteadsfrom
C. Huie of Haines City whileK. principal amount for their bonds, government loans to buy their own taxation be, and the same Is Article schools XII providedirf"accordance'of the Constitution, with and I.
farms under the 1938-39 farm ten- hereby agreed to, and shall be sub-
I. McKay and Chester Fergue- with all matured and unpaid cou- kol the State Institutions of Higher-
mitted to the electors of the Stateat ,
of the Bankhead- Learning, for each fiscal year, and also
represented ancy program
son, Tampa attorneys pons attached said bondholders the General Election of Representa- a sufficent sum to pay the principleand
Lykes Bros. I committee would agreeto Jones Farm Tenancy Act. The atives In 1938, for approval or rej&- interest of the existing indebtedness
protective tion; that is to say that the said "
of them receiving of the State.
in- odds against
The area: affected by promptly recommend to all owners any Section 7 of Article X of the Constitution -

junctiori" is about three and a of said bonds who had deposited -: a loan is given as 32-1. be amended"* '*so as to read as A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingan -
starting Tenant farmers in that county follows: Amendment to Article XIV of the
'miles in
quarter length their bonds with said bond- Every person who has the legal title I Constitution of Florida Relating to-
just east of the point where Road holders protective committee the have been on the increase for-several 'or beneficial title In equity to ,realplopc"I'ly I the State Militia by Adding Theretoan -
and at this time In this State and who re- Additional Section Specially --
extend- apprqx' applicable
29 crosses the levee and acceptance of said proposition with years ,ides thereon and in good faith makes;: to the Federally Recognized

ing westward. The cattlemen com- the understanding that paymentwas imately 53% of the 1350 operators the same his or her permanent home, Troops Known as the Florida National -,
the tenant farmers. i or the permanent home of another or Guard.
shut off of county are
plain that their cattle are to be made as of Jan. 1, 1938 others legally or naturally dependentupon BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS-.
from waterholes and preventedfrom with interest at the rate of 4% There were 477 in 1930 accordingto said person, shall be entitled to LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLOR-
to Coun'T-'Agent Mounts and 648 an exemption from all taxation, exceptfor IDA: That the following amendmentto
from pasture
moving one, per annum from Jan. 1. 1938 to assessments for special benefits, Article XIV of the Constitution of
another. The fences were designed date of closing. this,, year with the number increasing up to the assessed valuation of Five Florida, relating to the State Militia
; I Thousand Dollars on the said homeland thereto Sec-
by adding .an additional
prevent'the cattle digging steadily
to The favorable changes occurrin3'in ] contiguous real property, as de- tion to be known as Section 5 of said
holes in the levee and causing sub- ''flned in Article 10, Section 1, of the Article XIV specially applicable to
the financial and economic con- ,Constitution, for the 1939 and
year '
'the federally recognized State troops i
sequent damage by erosion. I dition of the district !since June LET'S EAT thereafter. Said title may be held by known as the National Guard is here-
the entireties, jointly, or in common ,by agreed to and shall be submitted'to
22, 1936 and wMdh favorable I with others, and said exemption may the electors of the State of Floridafor

Three Federal Judged changes are reflected, in part by For the family that enjoys roastsin be apportioned among such of the ratification or rejection at the
owners as shall reside thereon as their
next General Election to be held. in,
the information and data disclosedin summer as well as winter it is respective interests shall appear but 1938, as follows:

Dismiss E. D. D. Suit I the supplementary applicationof lucky for the housewife that all I no such exemption of more than Five "Section 5. FLORIDA NATIONAL.
Thousand Dollars shall be allowed to GUARD.-(a) Whenever there shall
the district filed herewith. areSuch meats are best when roasted at a I any one person or any one dwelling be In the State of Florida a federally
I as to justify in the opinion low temperature. We have as authority 'I house, nor shall the amount of the recognized National Guard, the same
of thousands of dollars I !exemption allowed any person 'exceed shall be sui generis and subject tc-
The saving
of applicant a reconsideration by several of the best home the proportionate assessed valuation the lawful orders of the Governor.
for the Florida internal im- Reconstruction Finance Corporationof economists of the country ,vho based on the Interest owned by such who shall be Commander in Chief.,
in tl\6 dis-| person. The Legislature may prescribe (b) The National Guard shall be sup.
fund seen
provement the original application with a claim a slow fire helps to make appropriate and reasonable laws regu- ported and maintained by the State,

missal of bondholders' suj.f'against view to increasing the amount of the meat more tender, juicy and I lating the manner of establishing the of Florida pursuant to provisions of
District] right to said exemption. law prescribed for organizing, arming,
the Everglades Drainage I 300
heretofore'authorized. This
the loan done throughout. I governing and dlscipling said National
in Tallahassee last ;/Fcriday by three The Reconstruction Finance Cor- to 350 degrees. And the kitchen II A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingan Guard in accordance with the-Acts of
Amendment to Section 21 of Article
I Congress and regulations of the United -
federal judges., poration has loaned $4,306,5'26.35to needn't fbe red-hot while the cook-I'3 of the Constitution of the State of States War Department, thereunto ..
The case.--'Tnvolved a question '24 drainage districts in Florida. ) ing is going on. I I Florida Relating to tIle Publication of pertaining (c) Officers of the feder-
Notice of Intention to Pass Local or
ally recognized National Guard, including
whether rustees of the internal: Nine of these 24 districts are located One of the best of uummer meats ,i Special Laws. the Adjutant General, shall

imj>r- veinent fund had to pay cash; within the boundaries of for baking is lamb, preferably leg- BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE be appointed, and shall bo subject to

,.'for delinquent tax certificates Everglades Drainage District with o'-lamb. A large one can be roast- : That OF the THE following STATE amendmentto OF FLORIDA pulsory suspension retirement, discharge as, removal such, solely or com-on

,/' handed over to the fund when [ loans amounting_ to 1845445.64, ed for the Sunday dinner and left- Section 21 of Article 3 of the Con- the basis of military proficiency, char-
stitution of the State of Florida as
there were no buyers at public and a substantial amount of the over served in several different amended at the general election in 'acter and to army service regulations, as determined and usages according -

sales. It also involved whether the loans disbursed were made after ways during the following week.It 1928, be, and the same Is hereby agreedto sanctioned by law, anything in this
and shall be submitted for ratifi-
F internal improvement fund had the authorization by the, RFC of is never a problem to use lamb i cation or rejection by the qualified standing Constitution, (d)to The the qualification contrary notwith-of officers -

to pay future taxes on lands cov- a loan to the Everglades Drainage the second or third day for it : electors of the State of Florida voting I I and soldiers of the Federally
at ,the general election to be icld in
I Recognized National Guard shall be
ered by the delinquent certifi District in the amount of $$3,729- can be combined with gelatine, 'I November, A. D. 1938:. that is to say, prescribed in military regulations

cates. .' 000, and after said loan had been I pickles and celery added or whatever I that Section 21 of Article 3 of the promulgated in accordance with the
I Constitution of the State of Florida
general specifications of the U. S.
Bond holders sought to enforce of the : to the taste,
refused by the bondholders else appeals shall be amended so' as" to'read as War Department."

these payments but the three' jud- Everglades Drainage District. Since''and made into delicious heavy salad follows Section: 21., In all cases enumeratedin The votes cast in compliance with

ges of federal court dismissed their the Everglades. Drainage District that really solves the meat prob- the preceding Section, all laws said proposed amendments, and the

suit, upsetting a previous decisionby has a direct bearing on these other lem for a meal. Or turned into' cro- Shall be throughout general and the of State uniform, but in operation all- canvass thereof,, shall declarations be subject and to the returns same

the federal courts. districts, it is important that a quettes and served with a favor I cases not enumerated or excepted In regulations and restrictions as are

1 Outstanding bonds of the Everglades careful analysis be made of the ite sauce. And these are only two that Section, the Legislature'may pass provided the State by law of Florida for general electionsin
I.special or local laws, except as now
drainage district total about data presented in the +supplementary ways out of many for making use or hereafter otherwise provided the IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF

10,000,000 and lawyers said the application requesting an in- of the left-overs. Constitution; PROVIDED that no I' have hereunto set my
local Qr special bill shall be passed, nor hand and affixed the Great
internal improvement fund might I creased loan and thus enabling Our recipe calls: for a 6 pound shall any local or special law establishing (SEAL) Seal of the State of Flor- .

have been required to assume muchof the Reconstruction Finance Corp- leg-of-lamb which should bem trim- or abolishing municipalities, or ida, at Tallahassee, the Cap-
providing for their government, juris- ital, this the 30th day of
this obligation if the bondholders oration to better' protect its own med ready for'roasting at themarket. diction and powers, or altering or July, A.' D., 1938. ,

had_____ won their case before the I collateral. amending the same, be passed, unless R. A. GRAY. \
--- already last I notice of Intention to apply thereforshall Secretary ,of State..
three federal judges. Payments Lcg--Ot'-Lmllb I
1 I
claimed by the ,bondholders 6 lb' leg-of-lamb

I from the internal improvement fund Stewart Is Speaker- 1 onion I

totalled about $500,000.The .1 teaspoon salt \ ,
Florida Supreme Court pre- 1-2 teaspoon black pepper\ 'I \ Sts about time to -

viously decided the internal improvement ( Continued from page 1) 1 tablespoon pickling spices AO

fund .could not be forcedto being closed to commercial fishing 2 tablespoons vinegar temind

the tax would work great hardship.A you....
pay cash for delinquent no 3, strips bacon INYEfTMEfYi l4 i is

certificates and could not be forcedto committee was appointed com- Flour. w 7G

pay annual taxes against pri-- posed of members of the Wildlife Place lamb in roaster after it

vately-owned lands covered by the League and from the commercial has been thoroughly rubbed with

certificates. I If fishing industry which is to meet salt pepper and flour. Lay stripsof I +sooo.

Both the State court and the and try to work, out a solution I bacon across the top. Cut onion

three-judge Federal court agreedthe of their problems and report backto into small pieces and add boiling

internal improvement fund the next League meeting. water to cover bottom about 1-2 I

could not be required! to make any Rep: Stewart states that he feels inch. Spices should be tied into j I

payments until it disposes of the the meeting was a step in the a bag and dropped into pan. Bake ::- :" YOU can't: afford to procrastinate:_

certificated lands when the revenues right direction and that the friendly without covering, basting frequently. ; ,
much longer in starting to: save a
derived are: to be devoted to attitude of the representatives of Cook until well done. Serve

paying taxes assessed against the both, fishing groups attending the with tart jelly or mint sauce. portion of your income..and investttuc&

property.The meeting indicates that they will productive:
it: wisely... during your
Federal decision was made reach a solution of their difficulties. FOR RENT-Furnished upstairs : ) ;

by U. S. Circuit Judge Rufus' E. When this is done, he says the bedroom suitable for, one or two p1RASE oN years. The slogan/Save and Nave",

Foster of New Orleans, and U. S. representatives will have a great persons. Phone :370: or call at SPVIr ES may be old-fashioned but the sensible

District Judge Louie W. Strum of deal easier time passing the necessary premises. F. Williamson.. :

Jacksonville and' A. V. Long ol legislation. P 6ts people that follow it are tire'is

Gainesville. I. AJ happy ones you meet. We'll gladly
William Roberts of. New York LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE .
WPA To Build-
....v' with time-tried safe
at Watson, Pasco and Brown of j ... \... ,t" help you our ,

Pensacola represented the bondholders I' and profitable savings plans.

Fred H. Kent /lof Jackson- Continued from one
( page' ) Notice is hereby given that the undersigned -
ville appeared as attorney for .the grade prices. by virtue of a Final Decree -

Everglades drainage district, and The total cost of. the project Is A.entered D on 1938.the by 17th the day Honorable of August -I' Ciewiston Federal Savings

Assistant Attorneys General W. P. estimated at $24,399 and this W. T. Harrison, Judge of the Ciicuit
Court and for Hendry County, \
Allen and M. C. McIntosh represented amount was approved by the WP A. Florida in In that certain cause wherein -

the\trustees of the internal Mr. Hodge calls attention to the :A. L. Taylor is Complainant and' and Loan Association .' _
Carl E. Royer is defendant, I will as
improvement fund. fact that this |Is to: be a farmers' Special Master appointed in. fraid / ).