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 6, 1937
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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,- SHORTENING HUNTING Engineers Will Prevent w. P. B. DEFEATS I James Wynn

Travel On Lake LeveesThe


U. S. Engineers began mak-

COUNTY BOARD ing arrangements this week for ef- IN ALL MATCHES A.James P. Wynn Wynn of, son ]
fective barricades at each of the

I I' ramps leading on to the govern- jured Monday in :

ment levee and when this work is I glewood whore he ,
Hendry county commissioners at Clewinton 'l'e.nbts Club players
completed all traffic will be cut off
:' the Tuesday meeting took action to were defeated in every match Sunday -' The family was I
from using the top of the l levee aSa :
again shorten the hunting season in I in their first out-of-town play of the accident, and ;
thoroughfare.Just .
Hendry county for the protection of: which was on the Howard ,Park details were not !
what method of fencing will
game and passed a resolution requesting Courts in West Palm Beach with
be used at each of the ramps has not James is seriously : \ ,y
the state game commissioner players from the East Coast city.
been decided. Some of them will ically burned. The :
to close the county to hunting on Local players, who are accustpmed :
have fences on either side completely -
December 31st. The action was taken only to concrete courts, never seem ly about his face
across the levee which will
f. at the instance of Representative pre- 'to reach their stride on the clay a gasoline explosion.James i iI
,vent cars from travelling either way ,
t E. L. Stewart.Mr. courts, Bill Palmer and Ivey Paf- was :
but will permit them to go on top
: Stewart to the ford, who forced their opponentsto I
explained of the levee. At other points the in Venice where I
'v board that the law provides that in 7-5, 7-5 and R. H. Collins and ;
approaches be barricaded com- treated. Mrs. Wynn
counties where there is a real need Eunice Meredith who were defeated -
pletely with locked gates to which
pital but
for a shortened season, the commis- only engineer officials will have i 6-4, 9-7 put up the only real opposition Tuesday ;;
the commis- of the local team. ted to see her son
5iOner8 may petition : j
keys. Metal posts will be used for I
i _' .;ioner to shorten the season. Last fencing with two strands of cable The tournament was postponed is reported as

: year, due to excessively high water and two strands of barbed wire. I Saturday, but early Sunday morning I : ]

I and a resultant late breeding season I arrangements were made for it I, Pepper Raps
r I! and depletion of game, the commissioners I to be held on schedule. Following

i I of Hendry, Lee, Collier and I Large Acreage In I I the play, the players and club members 'Block Sugar

: Glades counties requested the clos- enjoyed refreshments at the
I ing of the territory on December Beans This Year I club house.JThe .
I 31st. This was done with the result matches were divided into iWashington, D. I

j I that the game supply was not wiped It is estimated by growers and four men's singles, three men's dou- tempts to block

i out, even though there was'a brokers in the Lake region that bles, a women's doubles and mixed of the I

i shortage of game as compared with 5,000 acres more land will be planted doubles. ment by beet

other years.It to vegetables during the 1937- The summaries: West Palm rapped today in a

is the belief of Mr. Stewart and 38 season than was planted last year. Beach players named. first) Singles ator Claude Pepper.

others, that if the action is repeatedthis This estimate comes from those who -Love 'defeated Mobley, 6-1, of a sub-committee

year and the season shortened I have been in actual contact with Ellis defeated Coburn Moore, 6-0.1 Committee on ,

I .again in the same four counties the farmers planning to put in larger 6-0. Hendrix defeated Bob : report on the

result will be an abundance of game acreage this season. I ley 6-3, 6-1. Brackett defeated Curry in contact with the I

for several years. Drainage work is being done on I 6-3, 62.DoublesHendrix. I that he would

Lee, Glades, Hendry and Collier many new pieces of land to be farm- and Pendleton consideration of
counties attract nimrods from a ed during: the coming season. From defeated Palmer and Pafford 7-5, Sugar Agreement by

I. large portion of the state duringthe the Port Myaca: development on the 7-5. Brackett and Ellis defeated Ford lations Committee. !

hunting season, and unless unusual north to Lake Harbor on the south and Meredith 6-1, 6-3. Mrs. Ohlhaberand Several weeks {j

o precautions are taken the side of the lake, much new land is Miss Jordan defeated Mrs. Mc- Roosevelt sent a

splendid game supply of these coun- being made ready for cultivation. Cracken, Miss Robbins 6-1, 6-2. Savage jlhe Senate urging ;

ties will be depleted. They now Dikes are being built and pumps are and Miss Donnell defeated Col- sideration of the

contain the best hunting grounds being installed to take care of drainage lins, Miss Meredith 6-4, 9-7. Senator Pepper

remaining in the state and are so i on the new acreage. I The Clewiston club has invited I ion the ratification
the West Palm Beach club to playa ,.
recognized. I tional Sugar
I Estimates of the past have been
j more 'or less inaccurate, but the I return tournament here in Clewis-I to between"" the
ton in a few weeks, and the local
S. A. Graves Represents i section has been farming nearly 20- countries of the
players hope and expect to make a
: 000 acres of land in an effort to supply -I our sugar problem
Legionnaires At Ocala 'i the vegetable demand. At times, much better showing on their own with the necessity
., northern markets have been flooded by the Congress on
/ with Everglades vegetables and at. T sugar. I believe we ;

S. A. Graves, recently appointed 1 other times there has been a scarcity. 8408 Florida Savings experiment

I committeeman of the sixth district 1 What the outcome will be of an ad-, adopt any further

:,' .I American Legion for Manatee, Sarasota -I ditional 5,000 acres production rio: Accounts Are Insured will ratify this I'J

'I' DeSoto, Hardee, Charlotte, Lee' one seems to know. I I I ment it will make
and Hendry counties, attended the i "But that is the only way a farmer -I continental United
state mid-summer conference Savings of 8,408 persons in 49 duce as much sugar
can make ,
satur-j money one grower I savings and loan associations in
of producing and
day and Sunday at Ocala said when commenting upon large,
Florida are now insured up to $5- erican 1
The sugar
l resentative of his district. con- acreage. He believes that a
grower i 0'00 on each account by the Federal burden of the huge I
ference was held in beautiful Tusca-
j, must have enough acreage to be able I
willa Park, the state legion home, to market vegetables nearly every Savings and Loan Insurance Corpo- proposed by the
ration, it was reported recently by lation in
and the crowd was one--of, the larg- week in the season if he is to pro now I
est assembled there in recent years. fit by the season's operations. I Nugent Fallen, General Manager of as a subsidy to

Ocala post were hosts to the delegates -i From the activity in the Gladesnow the Corporation: in Washington. producing areas'of

and committeemen and they it looks like early plantingsthis Assets of these insured thrift and think the tariff I

'I left nothing undone in the manner fall will be heavier than in home-financing institutions total upon as an I

i! of entertaining their guests. Mr. I years gone by. Weeds are being rundown $18,641,912. Other Florida Savings I against foreign
Graves reports the occasion as being I and plowing is under way on'I and Loan associations have submitted upon the American

thoroughly beneficial from an edu- many large tracts. Seed will be put'I I applications for this protectionfor I tariff is not

cational as well as social standpoint.I into the ground during the latter funds of their investors. pose, I am

Ii' One of the principal speakers was part of August on many farms on I I Associations in the United States I pose legal
Homer Challiaux, national directorof I the shores of Lake I which have qualified for this insur-I ports to this country
Americanism, who urged the del-, What kind of a price Okeechobee.1, ance now Lumber: 1756, having $1-I the American I

egates to seek to inculcate ,in the i I for early offerings is a matter of I II ,427,103,165 in assets and 1,489- ican producer."

minds of the people true Americanism -:I conjecture but Lake Okeechobee 115 investing shareholders.All s

and all it stands for. Mr. Chal-i I farmers always live in hopes of receiving of the Insured institutions in SHANTY FILLING I

liaux and other speakers asked that! profitable returns on their Florida are Federal savings and loan LaBELLE UIU

they use their influence to have : investment.Everglades News. associations, operating under charter -! I

the. higher type -of citizens on jury i I and supervision of the national The Shanty, two

duty as the jury box is the cornerstone Rev. [ government, and are required by law cupied as a filling
Ib>j of criminal law enforcement, Speaks 11 to provide this insurance for he accounts saloon on the

Wand officials should place in it this At Kiwanis I of their investors and savers south of LaBelle,
type of citizens. And they added it 'The Federal Savings and Loan ground Saturday

was the duty of every citizen to per-I r Insurance Corporation is a $100- unknown origin. A.

form jury duty when called. Rev. C Taylor, new min I 1000,000 instrumentality of the I operated the place,

ister of the Clewiston Community United States Government. I sonal belongings.

Seminole HospitalIn Church, spoke to members of the local These insured associations have 'I been made of the
developed soundly, both to the
Kiwanis Club at the meeting as The building was
Okeechobee CityPlans Wednesday evening. inflow of savings from old and new E. L. Stallings, of

Rev. Taylor's 'remarks were informal investors, and in the volume of loans the fire a high

and delightful. He is a past being made for purchase, construc- power line was

are underway for the con- president of Kiwanis and has at- tion, reconditioning and refinancing was in darkness

struction of an emergency hospitaland tended an International convention.He of homes. Insured associations in until the power !

missionary home forthe Seminole gave many humorous incidents this state are located in Bartow. pair the damage and t

Indians in Okeechobee City, ac- from his experiences in various; parts Belle Glade, Bradenton, Clearwater,
I ;' cording to a recent story in the Newsof of the country and won a warm wel- Clewiston, Coral Gables, Daytona MARINE { [ I

that city. A plot of ground for come for himself with his friendly Beach, DeLand, Eustis Fernandina, TO BE IN: \

the hospital was deeded by Dr. and manner. Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Fort

Mrs. McDermid and the home of Mrs. The Kiwanis Club executive com- Pierce, Gainesville, Hollywood, A representative ?

i Gibbs has been purchased and will mittee had made tentative plans fora I I I Homestead, Jacksonville, Kissim- States Marine

I be moved to the site. benefit dance to be held soon, but mee, Lake City; Lakeland, Lake Service from
Wales, Leesburg, Marianna, Miami
has been
unable to set -
'a definite
Additional ward rooms will be
I date until Beach, New Smyrna, Ocala, Orlando, Headquarters,
provided as the work progresses, the are
for an orchestra. Palatka, Panama City, Punta Gorda, : be at the Post
money for the project being free will I
offerings from the members of the W. I. Leech, representative the Sanford, Sarasota, (St. Petersburg, Tampa on the 10th
Tallahassee, Tampa, Tavares, Vero
Baptist Woman's Missionary Soci- LaPlant-Choate Company of Cedar ust (Tuesday and
Beach, West Palm Beach, Winter I
Rapids, Iowa, ana F. B.
eties of the state who are interestedin sec-, the purpose of
J Haven and Winter Park.
retary of the
Everglades Drainage I
missionary work among the Indians men for enlistment
the Miami, Indian River and District of Miami were guests at the
meeting.more Mrs. Hansel McDuffie and daughter Corps.
Seminole Baptist Associations hav-
Betty Jean, returned Sunday Applicants must
ing taken a lead in the work.
v from a tW"o months' visit 'with rela- eighth grade or
Rev. Amos Marks, an Oklahoma Seminole Indians who live in tives in Sycamore, Georgia. Gloria 18 to 25 years of II
Seminole is now doing missionarywork the Indian Prairie section between '
McDuffie, who accompanied them, sical condition and ]
among the two hundred or Moore Haven and Okeechobee.
returned two weeks ago. character.
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SUNDAY [Lesson Senate Shelves Court Farm Bills Spanish Conflict c11p/IJ/v1; thinks Of the great the mass sea of human ,....t,

By REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST.Dean Reaches Crisis Fighting Continues in North China about: When right from and wrong,
once our possession
of the Moody Bible Instituteof '
Chicago. Western Hostelries. they ;must pass; ;
Western Newspaper Union. yr, : :" '' w Ssk''MM' :! '' r ,.i
f.y: r : ; a/ FRANCISCO CALIF.- But love;; though misdirected
:.,i ;t SY;f: yk G: ,ro?{" ,r/? r s r a SAN is !
FYvkr have mighty fine hotelsin among
The things which are immortal I
Lesson for August 8 ,
this town. I've stayed at and surpass i

several of them and friends of All that frail stuff which will !
!, of mine have been put out of some be-or which was. I

LESSON TEXT-Exodus 16:11.20; 17:3.6. of the others. -Shelley. I
GOLDEN TEXT-Every good gift and every -
perfect gift is from above and cometh And once I enjoyed a fire scare
Of all the riches that !
from the Father. James 1:17. here when the alarm, at 3:30 a.. m., we
PRIMARY TOPIC-When God's People I mortals hug we can carry no I
brought to the lobbya
I .. ..
Were Hungry. '" more out of the world than
of I
JUNIOR TOPIC-God Feeding' His Peo swarm moving ..f. ,
we, can out of a dream.
p '
ple.INTERMEDIATE picture actors with- r7, !
fdPlr : out makeup on '
How God Provides for Our Needs. any
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC- and not much else. I
God's for a Nation's Need. '
Supply Adequate This was in the era

Israel, led by God, is on a jour- of the silent films, W' '3 .i rffourc/io1/i I

ney to the promised land. But to but you wouldn'thave shear

reach their goal they must pass dreamed it to

through the wilderness. Not only the remarks of : t Q1IeIh9AfJUse !
an hysterical lady
are there weary miles to travel,
but there are privations to be en- star when she dis-
dured. Life is like that. covered that her l for Celery Leaves.-Celery I

"People may be strong and hopeful r .4 chow had been forIrvin S. Cobb leaves can be chopped fine and

at the beginning of a project, M gotten. The current put into meat or salmon loaf or

and most effusively and devoutly husband also was temporarily miss- bread-crumb stuffings for such

thankful at its close, but the diffi- ing but she was comparatively calm meats as roast shoulder of lamb i

culty is to go manfully through the about that. She probably figured a or poultry. They ''can also be dried

process. Israel was in the desert, husband could be picked 'up almost and used like other herb season-

and never were spoiled children Sen. Harrison (right) congratulates Sen. Barkley. any time whereas darling little Ming ings.

more peevish, suspicious, and altogether Poo had a long pedigree and rep- *

ill-behaved. If they could resented quite a financial invest- Oilcloth for Shelves.-Oilcloth,

have stepped out of Egypt into Ca- td We Piduuu:1 ment and anyhow was a permanent if white, can be used to line the
naan at once, probably they would fixture in her life. shelves and walls of dark cup-

have been as pious as most of us; SUMMARIZES THE WORLD'S WEEK Through the strike here, the trav- boards. It will lighten them con-

but there was the weary interval Western Newspaper Union. eling public seemed to make out. siderably. If placed .on the last

the inhospitable wilderness! So it Maybe visitors followed the old step of a dark cellar staircase, it

is in our life. Accept it as a solemn 'Aw Let's Go Home!' I decaying the hot sun. Infantry, southern custom-stop with kinfolks. will make the descent easier.
and instructive fact that life is a tanks, cavalry and artillery were *
process more than a beginningand WITH Supreme court bill recom- supplemented by airplane' bombers.In Marmalade Charlotte.-Slices of
to the senate judiciary Humans in the Raw.
an ending" (Joseph Parker). brown bread and butter, marma-
committee substitute bill for one salient 250,000 men were numbers of fel-
S I behold vast
Note how elemental are man's a new A lade, 1 lemon, 1 egg, % pint milk,
fighting, including the cream of both I
reform of only the lower courts low beings strolling the
needs in the final analysis-bread, 1 dessertspoonful desiccated coco- !
armies. The loyalist position
to be reported out of the committee was beaches and the public thor-
and water. The very things we take admittedly the most serious of nut. Line a pie dish with.marmalade ;
and a new senate majority leader i oughfares too, while wearing as few
almost for granted concern the and coat with desiccated co- I
selected take the late Senator war, and upon the govern- it to
to clothes as possible-and seems :
ourselves with life's weighty inter- ment's ability to withhold I conut. Fill dish with layers of
Robinson's the overwhelming againstthe few in-
place, be possible to wear very
ests and profound problems become, bread and butter, with marmalade
attack rested the fate of the
sentiment of the members of the deed-I don't know whether to ad-
if lacking, the only things that have best units in its It I between and a squeeze of lemon -
seventy-fifth congress was to packup army. was reported mire them for their courage or sym- .
real And who is it
any meaning. that Italian juice. Mix beaten egg and milk. )
their bags and as far away 20,000 troops them in their sufferingor
get pathize with :
that can provide them? No one but had joined the rebels for the battle. Pour over contents of dish. Bake j
from Washington as possible. deplore their inability to realize
God, Himself.I. in a moderate oven for 20 minutesand
Even measures which President While the Madrid conflict was in that they'd be easier on the eye if
Bread from Heaven. (Exod. serve hot.
Roosevelt had insisted bear the full sway, 'the insurgents sprang a they'd quit trying to emulate the .
16:11-20)). "must" label were being shoved surprise air attack on Barcelona.In raw oyster-which never has been
Observe first of all that this wasa Removing Mildew Stains. -
aside with dispatch, as Vice Presi- the early dawn advance planes pretty to look upon and, generally Moisten
divine provision. There are re- a soft 'soap with
dent Garner sought to heal the dropped flares which lighted up the speaking, is an acquired taste.
sponsibilities in life which we may the strained juice of a lemon..
party wounds inflicted during the city. Then came additional planes, For a gentleman who ordinarily this
bear-and must bear but in the Spread paste thickly over the
bitter court battle and salvage as dropping bombs on the easy target bundles himself in
heavy garments
stains. Put
ultimate meeting of our real needswe out to bleach, and
must look to God. much of the President's legislationas and turning machine guns on citi- clear up to his Adam's apple, this afterwards wash in the usual way.
Secondly note that it he could. The first to be buriedwas zens who attempted to flee. At least warm weather strip-act entails a lot .
we was a
AAA and "ever-nor- 65 were killed and 150 injured.
new of preliminary torture. At first our
daily provision. What forehandedfolk Cracker Sandwiches-12 cream '
and mal .granary" bill; ,the senate agri- -*- gallant exhibitionist resembles a crackers ('II
many'of lis are, no doubt 3 bananas, ounces ,
culture committee shelved it until Is This the Beginning? forked stalk of celery bleached out \
for God
rightly so, puts no premiumon cream cheese, pinch of salt, and
improvidence. But once againwe the next session. The committee A S JAPAN brought airplanes into in the cellar. Soon he is one large a dash of pepper. Beat the cream

must recognize, as did Israel in authorized James P. Pope, Idaho I action for the first time since red blot on the landscape, with fat cheese, pepper and salt togetherand

receiving the daily manna in the Democrat and co-sponsor of the bill, the new Sino-Japanese crisis developed water blisters spangling his brow spread half the crackers with

wilderness that ours is indeed a to: prepare a senate resolution to and threw all available I until he looks as if he were wearinga this mixture. Slice bananas thinly

moment by moment existence. We lay the plans for regional hearingson strength into a campaign againstthe chaplet of Malaga grapes. In and spread over cheese mixture,

plan bravely for the next decade or a comprehensive farm program Chinese Twenty-ninth army in the next stage he peels like the wall and cover each with a cracker.

the next generation, but as a matterof during the remainder of the sum- North China, it was feared that the paper on an Ohio valley parlor after -WNU Service.
fact it mer and report back in January.It flood time.
can only come pass expected long Japanese military of-
:, 'if the Lord will." Read James seemed certain that the President's fensive had begun. While it was difficult .

;. 5:13-17. legislation for governmental to assimilate many conflictingand Destructive Hired Help. I

} Finally, it was a limited pro- reorganization would be left over confusing reports, there was SOMEBODY found a stained glass a li" uufl"shpkaior

,. vision-enough for the day and no until next session when the recordof good ground for the: belief that all an English church

i,.. more, except for a double portionon three months' hearings by the attempts at a truce had failed, fora dating back to 685 A. D., but still '

on the sixth day, and none at all Joint congressional committee was while at least. intact. And from the ruins of a ,
f:. on the Sabbath. These provisions made public. It was revealed that JUST A \maks"BIACHLEAF40"GO ;;
The Japanese airmen rained Roman villa, they've dug out a mar- MUCH FARTHER
. committee members have'' not DASH IN FEATHERS. r
- were made clear to Israel, and even bombs
yet upon Chinese military bar- ble figure of Apollo-the one the
there were these who attempted to come close to agreement on any of racks around Peiping, and pressed mineral water was named afterina OR SPREAD ON RO OSTS

t ,' lay up for the morrow, and some the main points involved. infantry and artillery] attacks along perfect state although 2,000 years

IO.{;, even went out to seek manna on the Majority Leader Barkley said that the Peiping-Tientsin railway and the .
Sabbath day. the White House still wanted the old.These Late RegretA
highway to the sea. Entrance of 200 discoveries are especially
We marvel at their stubborn obi wages and'hours bill, the Wagner Japanese marines into the Chinese interesting to this family as tendingto hundred years of regret will

: tuseness, but..are we not often just low-cost housing bill and a judiciary Chapei district of Shanghai sent 20-, show that hired help isn't what it not pay a farthing of debt.

like them. Some there are who are bill passed, as well as-. legislationto 000 men, women and children fleeing must have been in the ancient time.

always expecting that the laws of ; plug tax loopholes. into the international settlement. We once had a maid of the real checksMALARIA
both God and man should be set -*- Meanwhile the threat of real
war old Viking stock who, with the best
';c aside for them, but, mark it well, continued to hover as the Chinese earth broke
'' Glory Be to God! intentions on every-
they ultimately to The in three
come grief. days
refused to leave
army positions in thing she laid finger on. Moreover,
spiritual application is obvious, and DYING for weeks, the scheme to and in
near Peiping, what Japan she could stand flatfooted in the uuu COLDSLIQUID. '
most serious. God has provided a to the number of justicesof considered violation of
the Tientsin
middle of a large room and cause
way of redemption, and has made the Supreme court finally chokedits TABLETS first day
peace agreement. treasured articles of virtu, such as Headache 30
clear how man should] and must last gasp and left this world. Ona
-iC- souvenirs of the St. Louis World'sfair
relate himself to it. Folly it is to roll-call vote the United States Try"Rab-My-Tlsm"-WorJd's Best Liniment
Barkley 38 Harrison 37CEN and the china urn I won for '_
ignore God's plan. senate voted to recommit the Robinson ;
superior spelling back in 1904 at theElks'
II. A Rock in the Wilderness. substitute for the President's WILLIAM H. DIETERICH ,
carnival to leap to the floor
(Exod. 17:3-6)). original bill to the judiciary com- of Illinois changed his mind at ,
and be smashed to atoms. She
"And the people thirsted"-for the mittee. The vote was 70 to 20, the the last minute and today Alben W. didn't have to touch them or even FIREWORKS DEALERS!
daily manna not most crushing defeat the Presilent's Barkley hard-fisted
was enough-they blustering sen-
them. I think she did it
go near by Save 25% to 50%
must have water. Needy, yes, con- legislation has yet sufferedat ator from Kentucky, animal magnetism or capillary at
stantly needy are God's childr.. the hands of a house of congress. is the majority leader O On Christmas Fireworks by
traction or something of that nature.
God always provides. There is "Glory be to God!" said Sen. Hi- 's of the United placing your orders early. Write

a rock in the wilderness. But what ram Johnson (Rep., Calif.) when 'Ifiy States senate, succeeding for prices and Big Discounts.

Pleasure does a murmuring people the results of the roll call were ? 4 the late Jos- The Reaping Season. FIREWORKS DISTRIBUTING CO.P. .

find in a rock when they famish for made known. The applause that eph T. Robinson of CERTAIN crops may not have O. Box 926 Cincinnati, Ohio

,;: water? It is God's delightful customto bellowed forth from the senators Arkansas. The vote well, due to weather 0 WE CAN USE GOOD SALESMEN FOR
Give referencesand
meet our needs in unexpectedways and gallery alike left no doubt that was 38 for Barkley conditions, or, as some die-hard territory wanted when applying.

and by means which we dos the veteran from California had to 37 for Sen. Pat Republicans would probably con-

not understand. Even our physical voiced the sentiments of the great s. x Harrison of Missis- tend, because of New Deal control.

necessities come from unthought of majority. r sippi. But, on the other hand, hasn't it

sources.III. : -*- ; The conservative been-a splendid ripening season for
The Bread and the Water of Madrid's Moat of Blood ? Democrats in the sit-downs, walk-outs: shut-ups, lock. CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
VfcePresident lines
and ?
Life.Let senate had been outs picket
assured -
us make certain that we do T HE Spanish government was defending Garner of 38 votes, It makes me think of the little

"f not miss the spiritual truth of our Madrid against the insurgent enough to elect Harrison, on the story the late Myra Kelly used to

lesson! which is revealed by Scrip- forces in the most terrible eve of the secret election. But that tell of the time when she was a pub-

: ture itself. Paul speaks in I Corinth- battle of the entire civil war and night Dieterich, apparently under lic school teacher on New York's

',', ians 10:1-4 of this very [incident in the most important. It couldn't last; pressure from the Democratic party j East Side. She was questioning her TEACHERSTEACHERS.

the experience of Israel, and says it was too furious. The whole organization in Illinois, begged Har- I class of primary-grade pupils,

that they "did all eat the same loyalist cause apparently rested on rison to release his pledged] vote, in I touching on the callings of their respective Register with us under Gulf our

;; spiritual meat and did all drink resisting this, the most vicious attack order that the President's personal parents. She came to one Teachers free oiler.Agency Details, Ocala free.Florida.Write

.{ the same spiritual drink; for they : the rebels had yet made. Gen. choice might head the party in the tiny sad-eyed little girl, shabby and _
drank of that spiritual Rock that Francisco Franco's army, under his senate. thin and shy. --- 41When

z: followed them: and that Rock was personal supervision, was making The slim victory by no means "Rosie," she asked, "at what does you have decided to get rid of worms
f.V' Christ." See also John 4:14 advances, but at such loss of men patched the obvious party rift. Even your father work?" use "Dead Shot; Dr.them.Peery's All Vermifusre.druggists.!

R;""t Hungry and thirsty soul, you who that ,the cost might be too great. the administration admitted that thePresident's "Mein poppa he don't never work, ,Ono doso will, expel

are still unsatisfied after tasting all Insurgents stormed loyalist en- Supreme court bill was Teacher," said Rosie. DrPee 's

that life apart from Christ has to trenchments directly in the face of virtually dead even then. Vice President "Doesn't he do anything at all?"

', offer, will you not, just now take point blank machine guns. Losses Garner visited Sen. Burton K. '"Oh, yessum."

him who is the living bread, and were so terrible that thousands of Wheeler of Montana, leader of the "Well, what does he do?"

come to the Rock which flows with wounded lay without food or water opposition forces, and invited the "He strikes." Vernifu e

living water? among thousands already dead and opposition to write its own bill. IRVIN S. COBB. I Wrlehts Pill Co., 100 Gold Street N. Y. City
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" iii mas A General Quiz 2. Sir William Blackstone ((1723- -

________________________a 1780)) whose fame as England's I can1! conceive of' a democracy
greatest jurist is based on his carrying on except as we put more
1. How often does the United "Commentaries;" actually possessed and more into the job of educationand

States gain one in population? only the vaguest possible Ret more for what we put in

r ; ? jg \ :: 2. Was Sir William Blackstone grasp of the elementary concep- -Fred Engelhardt.

I Jl \ successful as a lawyer? tions of law and was considereda Personal nabits make a man'sprinciples.
l ::1 3. Do baseball or football players failure as a lawyer, jurist and ] .-E. W. Howe.

( I II' receive more injuries? parliamentarian, according to Col The world does, not owe everyman
': II 4. How fast must an object trav- lier's Weekly. The
rr a living. world is a placein ]
el to escape from, the gravitational 3. Baseball
players receive which every man can make a
I"I"I i attraction of the earth? more minor injuries, but fewer living, but to make it he must
I, I I II 5. Does an elephant eat as muchas permanent injuries and fatalities. first fit himself and then fight.-
>I I I'I'I' I' a mouse in proportion to its 4. It must have a speed of 6.95 Bernard HI. Baruch.
f I I II size? miles second.
I I III per Recreation for the bulk of the pea
i'l' Answers 5. If an elephant ate the same ple has come to be an accepted part
1. There is one birth in the Unit- amount proportionally as a mouseit of the national pattern of our lives.

ed States every 14 seconds, one would consume 10 tons of food Henry Woodburn Chase.
death every 22 seconds, one immi daily. It eats about 100 pounds.

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Weighing a Shipment of Elephant Tusks on a London Wharf.

From Every Corner of the Earth I D D

*', Come Ships That Ply This River

f i Prepared by National Geographic Society. and has constructed the world's
Washington, D. C.-WNU Service.
1 most extensive dock system. One '
I'' THAMES traffic makes Lon- of its cranes, the "London Mam- :' :' : ? } ":. ; ; '. .

i'' world's foremost moth," lifts 150 tons!

river port. Since Roman gal-. Finally, with characteristic Brit- 'J TAPPING RUBBER TREESON
traded ish financial genius, it sold its deb- FIRESTONEPLANTATIONS
when Britons '
: ley days
entures on the stock exchange, and ,
I grain, slaves, and dogskin for now its operations usually pay all i From these plantations come an '%l7i

European salt and horse collars costs and interest and leave a profit ever Firestone increasing saves in supply producing of rubber raw S'

-commerce has flowed be- which is used for more improve- materials, manufacturing and r
distribution YOU for ,
1 to give more r,, ti
tween London and the continental ments. e your money. 4 ;

countries along the Schelde, Giant Docks and Yard.
The PLA is not in trade. It is 1wf
the Rhine and the Elbe. After 'j
merely custodian of merchandisethat \
Drake nerved England to smash .r y
may range from wild animalsfor ir4
the Spanish Armada, London I the zoo to a shipload of molasses '.

ships gained in time the lion's from which to distill fuel alcohol.It r &

share of ocean-borne trade. weighs goods, reports on their # / ?;
quality and condition; it opens bales 4 j
Names immortal in discovery and and boxes for customs inspection, .

conquest are linked with this water furnishes samples for buyers, and 41 -m1;
front. From here Frobisher went looks after repacking and loadingfor IY ..

seeking the Northwest passage, and those who ship from London to :i+ .. '.;j
Jth ;
Hawkins to Puerto Rico and Vera other ports. ; r :" ,;'
'Cruz; from here Lancaster made
On the'north bank of the Thames '
I 'l4L
his voyages to the East, before the
scattered for miles downstreamfrom
downfall of Portugal and the rise
the Tower, stand these great .:
of the British East India company.
Raleigh sailed from here to explore PLA docks: London, St. Katharine, A "D :"l
East and West India, Millwall, Vic-
the Orinoco, to popularize tobacco' #Ze _
1 and, tradition says, to start the Irish' I and toria the and Tilbury.On Albert., King George V, l Re<
.,... planting potatoes.
the south bank, London's
1 I *, It was London's daring money heart, are ancient Surrey near Commercial FIRESTONE GIVES YOU SO MUCHII ,
which sent Sebastian Cabot to found docks, with a lumberyard that .
the Russia company, opening trade ".
I I with that land. London merchantsand covers 150 acres! Extra Value at No Extra Cost '
I Besides the railways and truck
l I' skippers promoted the Turkey,
lines that tie these docks to the out- ..
African, Virginia and Hudson's Bay
companies. lying kingdom, some 9,000 Thames YOU GET EXTRA PROTECTION AGAINST .

: London emigrants helped colonizein ships'barges sides.handle- goods to and from BLOWOUTS-eight extra pounds of rubber '' '{

the Americas, in Australia, New Each dock, has its own character.St. are added to every 100 pounds of cord by the ti .: ;;1
Zealand, China, India, Africa and Firestone patented Gum-Dipping ,
Katharine docks are built on the ': ,
the rich islands of the sea.
site of the old Church of St. Kath-
: English Spread From Here. .
arine the Tower
by founded by .
I From this water front went the Queen Matilda in 1148. What hetero- PUNCTURES-because under the tread are two r ..::

English language. In Drake's day geneous goods they store: wool extra layers of Gum-Dipped cords. ,.,.

only a few millions spoke it. Nowit skins, wines; spices, sugar, rubber, YOU GET EXTRA PROTECTION AGAINST <

is a world tongue. Of all letters, balata, tallow, ivory, barks, gums, SKIDDING-because the tread is '
scientifically : '
telegrams, books and papers printed drugs, coffee, iodine, hemp, quicksilver PRICES .
now, it is estimated that 70 percent canned fruits and fish, coir designed. AS LOW AS .' ',

are in English, ,London alone yarn, coconuts, and I brandy:> YOU GET LONGER NON-SKID MILEAGE :;

to uses cover enough a ranch newsprint of 9,350 every acres-day Navy at One Dock. because of the extra tough, long-wearing tread. :;;.:.'

West India and Millwall docks.lie -.:
!I, or nearly 15 square miles of paper. :
Before leaving vacation the
on join
J "The smell from that in a river peninsula known as the your ,
I mill at Bayswater is one big of paper the Isle of Dogs. Here the passerbymay Firestone SAVE A LIFE Campaign by equipping : *

marks I steer by on foggy nights," smell 12,000 puncheons of rum, your car with a set of new Firestone Standard ,:
a Thames pilot will tell you. a million tons of] sugar and ship- Tires-today's top tire value. See your nearby "
I loads, of dates. Firestone Dealer or Firestone Auto Supply ,&. J
Exploration of London's crpwded Victoria and Service Store Now
Albert and King !
docks reveals what
not only amazing '
George V docks form one huge 'Firestone ;s.
piles of food a great city can : ,
normally eat, but also what odd structure, the world's largest sheetof S TAN D A RD' ,'r",
water. Often 40
items, from live bats, to rhino horns, FOR PASSENGER CARS "
;are mixed in the life stream of 50 ships-equal to a good-sized navy 6 Dynamic Alt-Metal Speaker.Tubes Save-up 8' Coupes ASK ABOUT OUR .. :

world commerce. -tie up here at one time. $20.00.. $iil 69 "CHANGEOVER"PRICE .59-20$8.70 5.50-1712.5O: .,. !;
,e Tilbury is the first dock 4.50-21 9.05 5501812.95:
Imponderable, in variety and one sees 95 .!L up -
when sailing the Thames. .. S3' .55 ::13.:10: 79
magnitude, are these fruits of man'starter. up Its 4.75-19 9 5.50-19 :::

: Here, too, his work ranges long landing stage forms a home- i 1J Includes Coaches Sedans& ) -4-BIadeFan HOME FANS 475.20 9.855.00191O.3O 6001613.95: .(,?!

from rat catching and opium sam- land gateway for people from Australia [ universal hood $ T !'. 69 : 6.25-16::15.65 .;.
$ .
pling to dredging the Thames and New Zealand, India, China Como 1- 5251711.00: : 6501617.25: :',
and other ....,..,' .. up
'handling annual cargo enough to filla eastern countries who Custom "" ; 5.25.1811.40: : 7.00.1618.70DON'T : .,j
road with loaded trucks from the land or embark here. Fast trainsof ',-'..

Yukon to Patagonia.To the London, Midland and Scottish RISU YOUR LIFE ON TIIIN WORN TIRES V ''ir
say that every day some 500 railway touch the dock's edge and resone

craft, big and little, pass throughthe whisk passengers away to all partsof DO YOU KNOW SENTINEL "i
Thames the kingdom.In :
mouth tells only half '
the story. More significant is what the city, PLA has still more THAT last year highway accidents cost the lives of more 4'540021$65.0655 4.7519$6.7O
happens on the docks. I warehouses. At its Butler street than 38,000 men, women and children? II 5.00-19 7.2O .
450.21 6.35 5.25-18
Commission Ends Confusion. building are 70 rooms full of oriental
That a million more were injured? ::t/
Even London people themselves carpets-enough to cover a farm of ::
don't dream what incredible activityis 120 acres! THAT more than 40,000 of these deaths and injuries were. w

here. Few ever see it. Confusionon People buy most carpets in June, caused directly by punctures, blowouts' and skidding due VI .eton '.

this crowded river, in days gone, for wedding presents, you are told. to unsafe tires? COURIER '
grew so intense that waiting boats There are electric ovens, too, for
I often lay unloaded for weeks; goods conditioning raw silk, a mountainof At risJit is a section y from At left.new is section Firestone cut 4.40.21$5.43 r 4.75.19$6.37
I were piled in disorder on riverbanks i Havana cigars and leaf tobacco cut front a smooth, / Tire.Note the thick, 4.50-21 6.03 30JC3%CL.4.8'
worn tire, with nonskid no".- id protection
l and pilfering was enormous. enough to last one man, say, 500- protection worn against skidding,
,. One river bandit stole almost a 000 years! off. Tires m Ms 7 1W bio iff outs and :;
\ whole shipload of sugar! To condition are Habit ,, yunctwresCome in Listen to the Voice ofFirestonefeaturing
This is the world's to punctures,
ivory and tooth blow- r bydsmonslration.actxal ,
Monday over
Margaret Speaks evenings
> this chaos the West India merchants market. It takes 16,000,000 artificial tarts and stiddtng. ? Nationwide N. B. C. Red Network
built their own fortlike docks. teeth from the United States every r ,:

With more trade came more year-and some 2,000 elephant tusks
\1) docks and more toll-rate wars and from Africa and Asia.
other confusion. This ended in 1909 Not
many tusks are from
when the Port of London authority, slain newly
elephants. Most of them
-a Royal commission, took full con- come I
: left by animals long PJ
trol under act of parliament.It from
mudholes. left by animals.
paid 23,000,000 pounds for privately Think of the 60,000 ships a year
owned London docks, spent that now form smoke lanes from u
millions more to make the lower
London to every nook of the world
Thames the world's longest deep-, where
goods can be bought or sold
water channel and to enlarge and and you begin to see why this 70-

re-equip cargo handling facilities.It mile stretch of "London River" is,
has dredged mud enough out of incomparably, the world's busiest
the Thames ,to build a Chinese Wall, water front.f .

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News said that he knows only one song gave the industry a: nervous break- several hundred thousand dollars ev- car and my father was President of

The Clewiston "Wagon Wheels", and that at social, down foolin around in iiis effortsto ery year and the Governor is person- the United States you wouldn't

\. gatherings in the capitol he has locate 11 honest men, but here it ally responsible for their behavior, it catch me doing this kind of work".

Is only natural that Fred figured If Young Coolidge is reported to
for his
PuUibhed] every Friday in ,Clewiston, frequently won recognition is August and Mother Nature is go- I
One they wasn't gonna come and tell him have looked up and replied, "You
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, rendition of that popular song. in' about her business of mak-
colleague said, when Barkley's name what they planned to do maybe he'd would if Calvin Colidge was your j \
Inc. in' fruit even if the Governor has "
as a candidate for Demo- better go down there and find out father.
came up
cratic leadership, that he would vote :' got "nuthin' more to say" and the for himself. That's .the kind of a If there were more parents like

Keathley Bowden, Editor for him on one condition that he Commission has gone home in a governor Fred is. the late President we would 'have

either abandon "Wagon Wheels" or sulk to stage a sit-down strike. First I The fact that the Commission hada fewer boys with high powered automobiles -

I widen his repertoire. Had the colleague thing you know we'll be so far be- clean record and had been doin' a and large expense accounts

Entered as second class mail mat- stuck to his statement, he hind with our plans for the coming mighty fine job didn't have nothin'to seeking excitement and thrills on
ter February 1, 1927, at the Post
under might have changed history, for season that even the Chain Stores do with it. Fred just wasn't tak- heavily congested highways.
Office in Clewiston, Florida,
Barkley was elected by only: one won't be able to save the situation. in' their word for it or anybody
the Act of March 3, 1897. NOTICE
vote. On such trival things important And another jig-saw puzzle thatis else's. He wanted to know what they

decisions are sometimes made. doin' how doin' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
awful hard to figure out is the were they were it,
the undersigned will September
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. why they did it, and what they plan-
way Fred cheers and yells for Mr. Seventh, 1937, apply to the Board of
Advertising rates on application. At Live Oak the tobacco market ned to do next. County Commissioners of Hendry
Roosevelt when the President wantsto County, Florida at a Meeting to be
last week
opened in a blaze of glory; When they found out he wasn'trodlin' held at 10:00: A. M., at the Court HouseIn
"boss" everything from Congressand
and with a 45 minute broadcast of LaBelle Florida, for vacation pur-
they got busy and him
Devoted to the advancement and and activities in a tobacco the Supreme Court on down but gave suant to the provisions of Chapter
Clewiston and Hendry the scene all the information he wanted. He 14822, Laws of Florida, Acts of 1931,
welfare of warehouse. The broadcast was over gets up on his ear and howls likea of all that part of the Plat of General
looked it over, found it OK, and told
County. remote control from Station wolf when Mr. Roosevelt attemptsto Plan of Clewiston, Florida, recordedin
'em to go right on ahead like they'd Plat Book 2, at pages 7 to 11. inclusive -
WRUF at Gainesville. The tobacco extend his "bossing" proclivitiesinto been doin' and if they needed any of the Public Records of Hendry -
County Florida lying outside of
is rapidly be-
TIlE HEAT PROSTRATES production industry Mr. Cone's back yard. In con- help from him all they had to do was the Revised Clewiston Townsite, the
coming one of the state's larger as- find Employment boundaries of which Revised Townsite
sequence we our ask for it.
agricultural line. It is are described as follows:
The heat prostrates people in oth- sets in an in the sectionof I Service in Florida curtailed; over It is proper and fitting for a gov- Beginning at a point on the North

er sections of the country. In Kan- making great progress 100 employees dismissed Fred- ernor to keep in close touch with Line of Clewiston Townsite Northof
the state adjacent to the South the Intersection of the West
sas City last week a double header line. die and' Franklin makin' faces at I what is goiu' on and Fred ought to Line of Monterey Street and the

American League baseball game was Georgia each other because both want to be take a day off every now and thento South Line of Esperanza Avenue;
thence South to the Intersection
being played while the thermometer IT or they won't play. drop in unexpe'cted on this or that the West line of Monterey Street
registered 100. vWe think that's too And one man said to another "Do I department, board or commission, and the South line of Esperanza
know about the awful fright And the pitiful part of it is theredoesn't Avenue; thence Southeasterly :'\.
hot to play baseball, but anyway you and demand an accountiu'. It shouldn't along the South line of Esperanza I.' ',
they were playing, when one of the that I got on my wedding' day? seem to be anything that stop with the Citrus Commission Avenue to its intersection with '"..

from the heat. "Yes, but you really shouldn't speakof anybody can do about it. I know a the West line of Antilles Street;
umpires collapsed As the sayin' goes-"A little checkin' -
I thence South on the West line of
And the week previous another um- your wife that way", replied the lot of sincere friends of the Governor now and then is helpful to the Antilles Street to the North line

pire collapsed. Just why the um- other. who are anxious and willing to best of men." of Seminole South Avenue along ;the thence extensionof continuing -

pires instead of the players collapse }help him, whose advice and guidance And in spite of Fred's affectionfor the West line of Antilles Street
a rang c through Blocks 99. 98, 97 to the
isn't exactly clear. Probably it is due anmaaDgUnaamRDBm would aid him in avoiding the jams Mr. Roosevelt, it seems that he North line of Caribbean Avenue;

to the fact that the players are in I and pitfalls he continually gets him' don't hold no k'indly feelings for thence Southwesterly to the Intersection -
and Too Late To Classify I I'By of the South line of Carib-
'. better physical condition more self in. But the Governor doesn'tseem some of the "new deal" hired help bean Avenue and the West line of

" accustomed to being out in the heat I who seem to think they can order a Lopez Street; thence South along
advice from
to want
help or I II
the West line of Lopez Street to a
than the umpires. cussell Kay around because
governor just they
I anyone. The governorship is his own point 90 feet South of the Center
" And in case you are interested in I happen to be an office boy in the line of the Atlantic Coast, Line
has ,1ldpClQi9 personal little red wagon and nobody Railroad; thence East along the
comparisons, the hottest it got- 'MaJlIIDIUIDIIIU1C: IEkilss.: I administration playhouse.So .
South line of Bahama Street to
. ten in the 'Glades this year is 95. business of writin' -I I better even look like they're right at the moment there's a' the West line of Florida Avenue:
;. that You know this come near it. Thence South, Southeast, East
The thermometer has gone high gonna big argument goin' on as to just
column a week in advance of i Northeast North along the West
i twice during July. And there is an a I I And it all makes one wonder what constitutes UNEMPLOYMENTin Southwest South, Southeast, East
{ drop of 20 degrees every publication ain't as big a bowl of the commonwealth of line of Florida Avenue to the
average whether great Florida. Fred insists that Mr. Emerson -
imagine. I I point where the East line of Flor-
&, night. duck soup as you might Florida is a sovereign state or a is unemployed and one of Mr.Roosevelt's ida Avenue, extended Intersectsthe
:: I see North line of Bahama Street
last week for instance: ;
i Take hired men contends that
< kindergarten.TOO .
thence East along the North line
'0 by the papers where Fred and the he most definitely is employed. of Bahama Street to the East line

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...: Citrus Commission have signed an Maybe I'm wrong, but I'm bettin'on of Istmo Street; thence continue
t East along the extension of the
armistice and everything looks Jake, Fred. North line of Bahama Street to
e. RAMBLINGS (Omitted Last Week) the East line of Francisco Street;
< it might be a good' ideg-
0 so I thought CHILDREN IN COURT thence continue East along the
:1' two about His South line of Arco Street and the
: "- ..N N NH....N N....NNN.. .. ;..;N..;N................ ..........._..._........ to say a kind else A lot of folks have been terribly boundary extension line thereof of Clewiston to the Town-:East
Excellency, seein' as everyone .
: upset for the last week or so about By Judge MalcolmJ Hatfield site; thence Northerly along the

f: Three automobiles were stolen in had been rompin'.. on him with hobnailed what Governor Fred was gonna do The tragedy of a boy with too East boundary line of Clewiston
; one night last week in Wauchula. boots. with the Citrus Commission. Some I II much ,idle time on his hands was the Townsite North to Boundary the intersection line of Clew-of

[ ,." Evidently there's a gang of thieves Unfortunately, not bein' a Gov- I of 'em was dead certain he was gon revealed in court today when a col- iston Townsite; thence Northwesterly -

: .:' still at large in South Florida ernor, I can't contend that "I didn't na kick every last one of the pres-i lege freshman was convicted of a' of Clewiston along the Townsite North boundary to the pointof line

;;. They've paid Clewiston a couple of say no such a thing." What I said I ent members off the board and replace reckless driving charge in which beginning. '

!} visits, at least, but everybody's on is in print and while I might move 'em with a set of newly dis-i several persons were injured. UNITED RATIONBy STATES SUGAR CORPO-

f:; : the watch-out for them now., I covered relatives from, up1 around: I Some ten or twelve years ago the
to have it stricken from the record, JAY. W. MORAN, Treasurer. r'.
: Last time, they robbed the Lake Lake City. son of the late Calvin Coolidge was CLEWISTON REALTY AND DE-
it I'm i .
claim that I didn't mean 'I ..
Store. When the cars tore off or VELOPMENT CORPORATIONBy ..
Drug Other folks who seem to 'have a, approached at his work in a tobacco .....
4:: down the street, Mrs. Niblack, who not that kind of a guy, so I'll stay flare for gubernatorial rnind-readin'! shed by a young man who casually F. DEANE DUFF Vfcc-Presi- '

W-:.' had witnessed it, from- an upstairs out on my limb, even if Fred did hop had it all doped out that all the remarked "Believe me, if I had a No. 122 dent., August 6-13-20.

;; S window, started calling the marshall. up and saw it right out from under in 'I
governor was interested was gettin' -
::: In lieu of a telephone, she used the me. !
his meat-hooks, on, that $400,000of

\ good old vocal chords, and believe it is honest .... ... .. ......................... ......... ..... ........ _
; I still think that Fred advertisin' money so he could :": :::":::":":":":": : :"- : :":": :":": : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :o+: : : : :
' : or not she made herself heard (at ftt f =
and sincere and in his own peculiar -I turn it.over to some friends of one .
ri two o'clock in the morning, mind .. ..
do what he of his relatives down in Miami. : :
f';7, you) by Mrs. E. L. Stewart and Mrs.E. way is trying to. II \ I
I've less than dozen folks
had no a
: C. Mills, whd live several blocks thinks is best, but unfortunately he
::_ tell me what Fred was gonna do and
? away. I have been told that womendidn't lets his "I wanta be boss" complex i
j, I all of 'em went to great length to iii III IIIi:1
-i,; ; need telephones, anyway, all run away with his reason. :
I explain just how-come and why. CLEWISTON 60lF I1
4 : they needed to do was stick their As a neck-sticker-outer and fryin'- ; I
t-- I Well, I just sat back and let 'em
; heads out of the window and yell. pan-into-the-fire-jumper he's got
,. I rave and carry on, but as far as I
;. else I knew or heardof :i:1: ::
anybody ever was concerned they wasn't foolIn'nobody
; Okeechobee, according to newspaper knocked for a row of C. I. O. but themselves.If COURSE'
I' X
t reports, is to have a $16,000 re-
.. pickets. You'd think that the job ofbein' you ask me, there ain't nobody I
: creation center. The WPA to provide -
knows what Mr. Fred Preston Cone
governor is a hard enough one i
\t, $14,000 and the city $2,000. '
without a goin' out of his way; is gonna do on account of Fred not :: ::
:f' They are going to start with a swim- guy 1 ," ",:
knowin' himself until he / ., .. .
really up .
it difficult but ; .' .
ming pool, 30 x 90 feet with a 4 to to make any more :
.. ..
'" : and does it. : :
..:' 8 foot depth. All very swell, and boy, from the time Fred got his mits on 1 1 I1 .
And while lot of folks not
'Y' wouldn't we like to' have.one these the dice he's always insisted on doin'it a may y s

'r :", hot days. But just in case the project the "hard way". ,. I approve of what he does and can'tfor YI ..
r; plays out-as some of these the life of them understand why i.

t\' projects have been known to do- If it wasn't for the fact that the he did it, there Is no disputin' the .::: .' :i:

poor citrus grower, as usual, is behind fact that whatever Fred does and
they should take a tip, and build a

: few concrete tennis courts first and the eight ball, this little brawl regardless of how he does it, the big Open to the Public > !

foremost. The courts are usable every between the Governor and the Committee idea in the back of the Governor's

fi. ." day in the year, except duringan :: would 'tie downright amusin'. mind is to do' RIGHT.

; an actual rain. They will provide But unfortunately it affects the welfare -i Some folks may snort and kick up :: :i: '

t!'{ more recreation, exercise and amuse- of a lot of innocent bystanders I their heels at that statement, but ii I
that's because their idea of what was 's' \
; more people than the money .t.
who don't seem to think it's a bit .
v;:",:' invested in them could provide I right differed with Fred's in some : iir.i
funny. :;: ::
particular instance. But if you're inclined -
::: funny other manner. And we'll standby .:. :.
Either the Citru Commission
to be fair minded and unbiased -
k : our statement. Not only that, but I

. :_ shorts are as attractive as a bathing should resign as a body and pass you'll find that with all his busi- f

...;, suit, in case you are interested the well known buck to His Excel-' ness, plain talk and gruff manner, I si

<;, in the scenery. ency, who has asked for it in all I there's a whole lot of horse-sense, i :s: Moderate Green Fees ::

i" .he languages includin' the UN- old fashioned honesty and a mighty

t., There are. some new faces on the KNOWN tongue, or else the Gov-( big heart hidden beneath that rough :: Exceptional Fairways I :::

: government reservation, as the last inor should request their resignations exterior.
'" of the houses are being occupied.The appoint the guys he wants on I But get tin' back to the citrus com : interesting Greens I !f

Augur's have taken the Ray mission, some folks seemed to thiiiic
he board, instead of takin' :
up any I
that Fred had lot of crust goin'down _
house and the Pressleys moved in a .:/.1. I I ...
pore time talkin' in circles and : :
the to Lakeland and pokin' his
:.> Collins home. The departure of .

'..,.... the Collins' from their home leaves hrowin' monkey-wrenches. I nose into their affairs, but consi et- II' ...................................................,................................................................................ .................................................
the Pafford home the only one on It was bad enough when Dave in' the fact that those boys handle

( the reservation with the original settlers -
-- -- .
>. still living in it. A log of each -------- -- ..

.' house,. with the people that have _. ..}v ..} ..} v ..} ..} v .. ..} v .. } ..} .. vv v .. } }

.. come and gone would make interesting -

", reading, as it is hard to re- 1 O. Eo] lVIINER INC.

call, even now when the reservation < .'.
'. .f.
is only three years old, just who .'. I Life '

., has lived where. The Augur's have

,:' two children, by the way, and the ::: Health and Accident *

:: Grahams who moved over last week Fire'INSURANCE. :

;' have two, so the reservation' could f. (<::GENERAL :_:
... *
( almost support a school or kindergarten S Windstorm +
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: from its inhabitants. .. Automobile :;:

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Senator Barkley, the new Democratic .;_ Liability .

;. leader, has a' rich baritone FLORIDA ::
voice, but politics have kept him too .!.

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I ............................................................-.........................,..9: Mrs. Dean King is spending some guests met at her home. Mrs. C. R. I proved by the state board to enable ing taxes when crop surpluses pile j j
T ,
II .. time In Baltimore where she went Cruze was holder of high and districts to increase
i score their visiting up. This differs from the Flannigan {
I ::
:;: Personal Mention :!: for observation and treatment at received a set of pictures. Mrs. G. B. staffs so that thousands of applica- bill.\It was indicated that it would ;:;J'

x tI Johns Hopkins Hospital. Her con- Rackstraw was consoled with hot tlofas for old age assistance received ...: .
I I .:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:..: :. dition is reported not serious. dish pads for low score, and Mrs. I since July 1 may be handled more receive delayed action, as the Senate .. \
Committee i:
decided to hold hear-
,M. D. Bledsoe made a business I R. C. Nowling received the cut, prize, expeditiously. All new workers tak- '.;
ings on the
I f trip to West Palm Beach Tuesday. Mrs. Carl Smith returned to her an ice box dish. Miss Kathryn Carter en on for social work positions will measure while. Congress :y"

home in Nocatee Sunday ,after visiting was given a corsage as guest be drawn from the list of persons was in recess. I :-,;(;

Owen Winn and Ed VonMach Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cato. Her prize. who are qualified under the Merit

spent the week-end in Miami. granddaughter, Betty Sue Cato, accompanied Playing were Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, System. The third written test under PAN-AMERICAN EXPOSITIONThe '

-- her, for a weeks' visit. Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mrs. Cruze, Mrs. the Merit System was held In all Director of the Budget
approved -
r'I I Miss\ Betty Spicer left Monday for I Nowling, Mrs. Thos. B. Shelley, Mrs. I districts on July 24 and the ratingof $100,000 for Federal .
'i -
a visit with friends in Umatilla and |Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Purvis and Roy Alston, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. persons in this examination will .
I in Pan-American exposition to ';...
; Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Fuequay of Rack traw, Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs.J. be available to district boards by '

i Tlennille, Georgia, were guests of I W. Ezelle, Miss Carter''' and Mrs. the middle of August. Personal; interviews be held in Tampa in 1939, to celebrate : ;.J
::1 Mr.. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson and the 400th anniversary of the : :
Mr. and Mrs. Robert George over I H. R. Hall.ATTEND. with applicants, which is : :
i' Mrs. L. M. Oliphant were Sunday the week-end. the final part of'" the test, will be landing of DeSoto. The DeSoto Exposition -f.,

visitors in West Palm Beach. I PAHOKEE DANCE I held in, all districts during the next:I Commission' sompiled some .' .....

I Miss Margaret Morgan, who is a'' i few days. rather interesting data relative to .

Mr. and Mrs. Lou Betzner of Belle student nurse at Good Samaritan A group of Clewiston young folks District budgets for August were the journey of DeSoto, and it goes -:

Glade were visitors in Clewiston Hospital In West Palm Beach, is attended the dance in Pahokee last set by the state board I ,.' :

Wednesday. I spending two weeks here with her night. Included in the group were a basis up of the number of old largely age assistance on-I (Continued on Page 8 ) ):

-- parents, Mr. anfl tDfrs. A. L. Morgan.Mrs. Miss Roberta George, Beth Nail, cases in the respective districts .tl

Joe Schroeder, jr., is visiting his I Sandy Welles, Kathryn Carter, Mary due to the fact that a majority -

grandmother, Mrs. H. F. Johnson, F. Deane Duff is spending I I Frances Mobley and H. H. Avant,I of the work in the next two L. B. Mershon !:

t in Stuart this week. a few weeks in Asheville, North Parker Wilson, Charles Roberts, months will be on these cases. Other I AGENT

Carolina. She accompanied her par- Merrell Lowe and Coburn Moore. factors taken into consideration were I ,

t Hoye Spikes of Jackson, Mississippi ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Edward Bry- geographical area and population. New York Life .:''-'i

I is visiting his brother, Harold ant of Palm Beach. "
Spikes. SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS PARTY The number of old age assistancecases I Insurance Company :

HELD AT PAFFORD HOMT3flVIiss in this district, which includes
Mrs. A. H. King and little son, --. I ARCADIA, FLORIDA .:'
Miss Alma Crews of Fort Myersis ,jl
Mrs. Clarence Benbow arrd child- Anne Pafford entertained -I '
the guest of her sister, Mrs. E. C. ren returned this week from a vis- ,.'
members of her Sunday School class: lands, and Glades counties, and the L s

I o Mills. it with relatives in Citronelle, Alabama at her home Tuesday evening in the I budgets for" August and July follow: J. M. ,COUSE ::.!

----- Mr. King drove up Saturdayto regular business and social meeting I I OAA cases on rolls July 24, 515; Ap-
\rs. Lois Avers of Everglades is Counselor and Attorney at, Law
them home. '
for August. plications pending July 24, 1,712;
in Clewiston visiting her sister, Mrs. I Hopkins Building
After the business meeting refreshments -(August budget $3,923; July budget .
D. Camack. Wednesdays and
I Mrs. Harold Spikes left Sundayfor were served and various 1900. I Saturdays ':

a visit with relatives in Jack-I.games were enjoyed. Attending were I 9:30 to 4:00
Mr. and Mrs. R. Waldron are occupying I
I son, Mississippi. Her sister, Dorothy Barbara Broadfoot, Sally Graham,
the house recently vacatedby
Hare, accompanied her as far as Mary Nell Christian, Gloria McDuffie '
D. A. McGeachey. I
Ocala and is visiting her father, R. Mauryne, Louise and Ann Prew- NORGE REFRIGERATORS
Miss Lenora Chandler of Okee- M. Hare, there. I itt, Helen Lee Schoen and Grace WASHINGTON Furniture and Home Furnishings: .'

chobee is visiting in Clewiston fora Ward. PHILCO RADIOS ,
few days. N. R. Jacobsen of Chicago was a NB ,
brief visitor in Clewiston Thursday.He I JONES-JONES Household FurnishingsInc.

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McGehee and came over for his sister, Miss

daughter, Rhunelle, were Sunday Ulla, who joined him for a visit with Clewiston friends of Thomas W. .,'

visitors in West Palm Beach. their father, P. Jacobsen at his home Jones, formerly connected with the 4 }R BELLE GLADE. FLORIDA

near Tampa. U. S. Engineers on Lake Okeechobee :t'3:1fa.
Mrs. Paul Rardin and Mrs. Olin project, will be interested to
Cowart of Canal Point were Clewis- Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones and learn of his recent marriage to Miss : .

I ton visitors Friday. daughter, Marianne, are away on Carmen Jones, daughter of Mr. and }

vacation. They will visit for a ....few Mrs. G. D. Jones of Bartow. FROM CONGRESSMANJ.

jMrs. R. M. Hare, jr., and Mrs. M. days in Atlanta and spend several The wedding took place in Wilkes

H. Crouch were visitors Tuesday in days in. North Carolina before returning Barre, Pennsylvania, where Mr. : HARDIN PETERSON -

Miami. to Clewiston.Mr. Jones is now located.

SUGAR-The battle for rtXa n,
Mrs. W. W. Perry and sons, Bil- and) Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw and LADIES AID HOLDS AUGUST sugar :c'
quotas, for Florida still continues.The .
ly and Johnnie, are visiting relativesin Mrs. Martha Ludel ins spent Sundayin MEETING AT CHURCH

Blakely, Georgia. West Palm Beach. They accomp- sugar bill has become an inter- I

anied Miss Mary Ann Rackstraw, ;.Mrs. E C. Mills and Mrs. Glen national problem. Various cabinet

Circuit Judge George, W. White-i who returned to her home after a Etherton: were hostesses yesterday officials will not approve of the bill ;; ii

hurst of Fort Myers was a business week's visit here. I I afternoon at. the regular monthly because of certain limitations of off- /
visitor Tuesday in Clewiston. I I meeting of the Ladies Aid Society shore refining. The Florida repre-
.. Attending the midnight '
Pahokee Saturday Misses Kalh-I which was held at the Church. sentatives are insisting that ample
, I W&, Z. G. Meredith' left Monday for aJ were
Mrs. I; D. Leydig was in chargeof
quotas be allowed for Florida, thata
6 Carter, Beth Nail, Roberta
three months' trip to Texas and Col- the, devotional service. Several iTSEASYWITHuIqd
George Sandy Welles, Bob Logan, great new industry is in the' making -
orado. guests were present and five new
Merrell Lowe, Parker Wilson, H. and should not be handicapped.There \ ? -
members were added to the roll: :
Mrs. R. C. Nowling and Mr. and H. Avant, Connie Clark and Charles was a rather hot meeting this
Mrs. W. A. Cook, Mrs. C. M. Jarvis.
I Mrs. Harry Turner spent Sunday in Roberts. '. week, the Florida delegation tellingthe PLAN
Mrs. Harvey Guthrie and Mrs. H. C.
I LaBelle with Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
bloc that
Mr.: and Mrs. Grady Echols are Jones. sugar they would haveto
Delaney.Mr. .
i leaving this week for West Point, Mrs. Mills, President of the socie- oppose the bill unless adequate

I: Georgia, where Mr. Echols is en- ty, extended a cordial welcome to provisions for Florida were made. Give your children every
Miller of Pa-
and Mrs. Joe opportunity they deserve in
tering business. Mr. Echols has been the new minister's wife, lIrs.F.. The cane sugar situation is entirely -
hokee have moved to Clewiston. The your own home. A playroom,
commissary: manager at Clewistonand C.' Taylor. Mrs. Taylor responded different from the beet sugar sit-
Millers are former residents, who den, workshop, complete
, have been away for several months. Lake Harbor for the United graciously and particularly thankedthe uation and must be so recognized. freedom. All these plus

States Sugar Corporation for sever- Society members for their efforts -- security are theirs and yoursIn

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tippey and al years. in redecorating the manse. FLOOD CONTROL-The House your own home. You can

granddaughter, Patsy Meredith and The reports of the secretary and purchase a home now and

I Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sias were recent Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Collins left treasurer were accepted. Mrs. Joe this week passed a flood control bill, pay like rent over a long
not the regular annual flood control period with our Budget
in 'LaBelle. Robbins behalf of the church
visitors the first of the week for West Palm on Plan. It's
-- trustees, accepted with thanks the bill referring to projects, this hav- Monthly Payment
Beach. Mrs. Collins is to remain adtantngeoiis to buy or build
I' ..Mrs. Jennie Adams left Tuesdayfor there while Major Collins attendsan offer of the Society to assume responsibility ing been passed a few weeks prev- now in face of rising prices!
home inVest Palm Beach
her R. O. T. C. camp at Fort Ben- of future rent on the iously. It calls upon the War Department -
Ii j after a month's visit with Mr. and
ning, Georgia. The Collins' expectto manse. The Society gave a rising I for reports and plans based -
Mrs. A. L. Morgan.Mr. I
I leave for Washington after the vote of thanks to Mrs. Lockhart for upon surveys made and is au-

encampment period.Dr. her diligent work in completing the thorized to make -other investiga- Clewiston Federal
and Mrs. Frank Cothern and will
lovely quilt which the Aid use
daughters, Doris and Janis, spent tions. Heretofore it has always been
and Mrs. B. A. Bourne and as a benefit project. Mrs. Lanier and
the week-end in LaBelle with Mrs. a' of necessary to gent specific authorityfor Savings and Loan'Association
family have returned from visit Mrs. Etherton will be in charge

Ida Cox. with Mrs. Bourne's brother, Dr. C. the quilt sale. Tentative plans fora a survey. This will give general -

V. Stocking in Buffalo. Hervey silver tea to be held in October authority.
Rev. and 'Mrs. Forrest C. Taylor Under the law have
Bourne was stricken with an at- were discussed.; present we

were Tuesday visitors in Lake ,tack of acute appendicitis and spent A splendid program on home and asked that there be included for I Jl m JjWI ;

,,. Worth, Rev. Taylor attending the I a portion of his vacation in a. hos- foreign missions was conducted by specific authority, further investigation -.

'. ; Lions Club meeting. I I pital recovering from an operation: Mrs. Joe Robbins. of the dike from Fisheating .

I The September meeting will be
Creek to Lake Kissimmee on Lake
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley and the home of Mrs. J. E.
I ;1A group of young people surprised held at Okeechobee. I have been on the
Lloyd Kelly spent the week-end in on '
Mrs. Robert George the occasion Beardsley. '
ground in
person on this project
Daytona, Lloyd remaining over for of her birthday Monday evening Attending yesterday's meetingwere
the entire week. and feel that this is necessary for the ROUND-TRIP s
with an impromptu party. Included Mesdames J. E. Beardsley; Foy

in the group were Miss Haz- Durrence, J. H. Doty, G. E. Ether- I protection of the area around Lake-I TICKETS
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Kelly and sons; el Prince, Miss Sandy Welles, Miss ton, J. W. Ezelle, G. H. George, M. I port. We are urging also a prompt I GOOD IN COACHES

Robert and Sam, of Kearney, Missouri Roberta George, Mr. and Mrs. Grat- J. Hirsch, I. D. Lf}/rlig, Wilfred report on Withlacoochee-Hills-- I SOLD EVERY DAY BETWEEN

are guests of E. E. Kelly and ton George, Ed Ward and HalsonH. Lockhart, E. C. Mills, J. G. Niblack borough flood control project. R ALL ATLANTIC COAST LINE]

Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley. Avant.A R. Y. Patterson, I. M. Pafford, Joe STATIONS WITHIN 125 MILES

Robbins, R. N. Smith, W. H. La- I
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cato Mrs. nier Joe Cato W. A F. C.
and large group of tennis players Cook Chairman Jones of the Agricultural GREATLY REDUCED PRICES i iI
Glen Etherton are leaving today for and fans attended the matches play- Taylor, C. M. Jarvis, Harvey Guthrie -I UNUSED RETURN PORTIONgEDEENABLE
,Committee, introduced a new agri-
, a week's fishing trip at Fort My- ed in West Palm Beach Sunday. Included H. C. Jones and J. J. Graham. ,
, cultural bill into the House. It pro- ASK THE TICKET
ers Beach. in the group were Mr. and AGENT

" -- Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Bob Beards- Welfare Board BudgetIs vides much' less drastic production t6f4'

A \. F. B. LeGro of Miami, executive ley, Miss Eunice Meredith, Miss Ma- controls and contemplates process-I .
(I' secretary of the Everglades Drainage rie Robbins, Miss Mary Moore, Mrs. Set For AugustThe
, District, was in Clewiston on W. H. McCracken, Mr. and Mrs. A.
, I business several days this week. j L. Hackett, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Curry "' .-: I II
I,> Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. Meredith, August budget for District S Franklin Hardware Co.

;Miss Mary Louise Oglesby was re- Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, Mr. Welfare Board will be $3,923 rep-
Mail Distributors 1<'01'1'I el's Fin.
ported this morning as improving and Mrs. G. M. Ford, Mr. and Mrs. resenting an increase of 106% over ,

slowly in Good Samaritan Hospital R. J. Lee, I. M. Pafford. Aubrey the July budget, according to infor- Gentlemen: Please send me, without obligation -

in West Palm Beach. Welles, Coburn Moore, Ed Markette, mation received by the district of- This complete information about Servel

_, Bill Palmer, Parker Wilson and J. fice from Jacksonville. The state wel- Electrolux, the Kerosene Retrigerator.
Fred D. Waldron has returned B.. Dotterer. fare board met in Jacksonville last Coupon

from Miami where he has been a week and fixed budgets for the vari- Name ......:............_.....................................
patient in the government hospital.. MRS. TUKJfElS HOSTESS AT ous districts, as well as a budgetfor

Mr. Waldron was injured in an ac- EVENING BRIDGE CLUB the state office. The August bud-
cident three weeks ago, while work- I get for the state office representeda Street_ or R. F. D. ........._.._............__......_____

ing on the levee project near Pa- Mrs. Harry Turner was hostess reduction as compared to July, according -

hokee. He has completely recover- Wednesday evening when the even I, to advices from Jacksonville. Town ..........u..u.u.... State...............

i ed'from his injuries. ing bridge club and a ,few extra 1 I The increase for August was ap-


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1. Nicely Said
O Kathleen Norrli wouldn't insult you by saying
(> BY KATHLEEN NORRIS .. o 0 A WNU Service. that you were large," cooed a

f. '.'. woman to a portly friend. "I'd

fY' simply say that whether you are
:r coming or going, sideways or re-
0:, I' II volving, you look the same."

I. CHAPTER VI11-Continued "Quentin turned, his face color- On the whole, wearily glad that it burning, and in its light and that of And So It Is
C : -13- ing with amazement. was over, limping upstairs in her the fire Quentin and she had been Hubby-Isn't there something

; ,. "The Morrisons." "Why, my dear, you can't do stiff new slippers, Vicky pronouncedthe sitting in big chairs, at the hearth. wrong with this cake, darling?
: .. "Oh? Oh. d'you suppose he'd that!" he said quickly. affair a drag, a bore, a failure.It Had they been there all these long Wifey-No, dear, it must be
::. come? He seems so cross. I can't "Do what?" two hours, Vic wondered? your taste. The cookery book says
:,:': imagine him social and agreeable "Why have those people, the first went on and on; he never saw Serena detained Quentin for a moment it's delicious.
"Sure he'd come. She said to, time and not make an occasion of it; she could see nothing else. Vick I at the door.

.+ day he would." it!" grew nervous and irritable, won- "Are you working tonight? Some-'

l.s I. A second's electrical pause Then Vicky was genuinely astonished. dering about it; wondering when- times I see your light quite late? LONG AND SHORT
: Vicky said without volition exactly "How d'you mean, Quentin?" ever he was out of her sight where Last night you were late."

;ff what she did not want to say. inexactly "Well I mean that they're important Quentin was, wondering how often "Last night I was playing bridge
f a: the tone she did not want people; his father is Sir he saw Serena, and under what cir with three men," Quentin told her.

.t... to use-silly suspicious words in a Percival Morrison. 1 do think thatif ,cumstances.. "She watches his light," Victoria
I:,.':.. wife's light suspicious tone: ever-if ever we're going to "1 saw Serena today," Quentin thought, disappearing into the outer
spread ourselves this the time!" said one night, when their acquaintance
a:: "Oh? I didn't know you'd seen her is blackness with a farewell' nod over
4f; .' today?" "But he's an invalid, Quentl""He with the Morrisons was of her shoulder. --
"I met her, coming back from is and he isn't. He's lost an only a few weeks' standing "If you're working tonight," Se- ,'

my walk," Quentin answered, wondering eye of course, but he's an Englishman "Oh, that was nice. Oid she cometo rena said to Quentin .hen, withoutthe
at the same instant why he and you'll find them regular the office?' slightest expression in her voiceor
hadn't said that he had seen her fora sticklers for formality. Oh, no, we'll "No, "1 took her to lunch." her face, "come over when you He-I think women should wear
moment at the club. have to make it a formal affair. "Oh? A pause. Then the inevitable finish and I will give you a cup of their skirts longer.
I'd ask the.-Rays.and the Sinclairsand interrogation, as unwelcome to chocolate."
"In the lane? She-Goodness knows I wear
Dr. Austreicher." Victoria as to Quentin, but dragged "
' "Yep." "Good-night! Quentin said. He mine till they're out of style.
Vicky was silent a moment. When "1 see!" Vic murmured as he from her nevertheless by a power followed Vicky down the porch
paused. Her heart was lead. stronger than herself. "Happen to steps. When they reached their
she spoke, it was to say amiablythat
; To Fit the Need
she would over to ,see Se- "Why do you say '1 see'?" Quentin meet her? room he said that he thought he
go demanded suspiciously."Well "No-o. I spoke of it Sunday. She would do a little work: fifteen min- Wimpus-Let me know as soon
rena in a day or two and arrangethe said that she was going to be in utes, maybe. as you arrive.:
dinner. But under her surface we haven't given that sort Mrs. Wimpus (leaving for
town. The next breakfastVic vaca-
she felt little sick from of affair since before 'the twins morning
serenity a an "I see." And do what she would, said to him casually tion-I will write.
;,, the sudden jarring awakening, sud were born. We've had nothing but :
, the pause would seem to have significance "You didn't go back to the Mor- Wimpus-And if you have for-
den vague fears. So-o-o-that was Sunday lunches, and bridge dinnersfor and do what she would, risons' last night, did you?" I gotten anything?
it, was it? It was Quentin to whom just four!"
she could not seem to fill it with "Well, I did," Quentin an- Mrs. Wimpus-I will wire.
Serena had been talking in the lane "Why, but there nothing so for- casual pleasantry. yes Wimpus-If need ?
some swered, looking off his paper "I'd you money
Quentin kissed her good-night-a midable about it, Vie! Presently Victoria ana Quentinhad meant to take her a book and leftit Mrs. Wimpus; will telephoneSix

careless kiss on the top of her He spoke with a sort of amused to dine with their neighbors. on my dresser. I ran over with it,

head-went to his own sleeping impatience. It was not amusing to Quentin, who rarely went to din- and she was making chocolate. She hundred and twenty-five dol-
porch. Almost immediately she Vic. She understood his mood too had accepted this invitationas
ners, says she often has a little supper, lars has been paid for a love-letter:
heard him snoring. But Vicky lay well: his unwonted fussing over ev- a matter of course, without con- after he's gone upstairs. We sat written by Napoleon. I've known

awake for nervous, restless, unreasoning sulting Victoria. She knew in ad- in the kitchen awhile." men who paid more than that for

hours. vance that the event would holdno Well, what was a wife to say to love-letters they wrote them-
for her she felt like
pleasure a that? selves.
< rough-headed child in a ,home-made
CHAPTER IX After that night there was an-
gown when the night came and she other change. And this one, to her Didn't Ask for It
Vicky made point of calling and Quentin walked across the side heart seemed Victoria
a sinking to Wifey-James, how do you like
upon her neighbors a day or two t lawn and past the berry patch and much more ominous than the first. my new hat?

later, to invite them to dinner. the pasture field, and went throughthe Quentin was always goodnaturedand James-Well, my dear, to tell
old gate into the lane, and so on
Feeling oddly formal in her silk gentle now; absent-minded; uninterested you the truth-
Morrisons for dinner. -
the The affair
gown, with calling cards in her indeed informal. in what went on: at home. Wifey-Stop right there, James.If .
purse and white gloves carried as N was Only He no longer defended Mrs. Mor you're going to talk that way
their four selves the table.
B final touch, Vicky sat in the patioof I 4 were at rison, or seemed especially to wantto about it, I don't want to know.
the Morrison house with the in- Serena was no such housekeeper as exchange family courtesies, dinners ._ 1_

jured man and his lovely wife, and Victoria Hardisty, but'she made no and evening meetings, with
r talked somewhat stiltedly and con- \\f" ) apologies for a poor dinner and indifferent the house next door. Whatever his
' service. The winter night with Serena become
strainedly. She and Dr. Hardisty I 'relationship had -
clear and cold after dinner
/ lived very quietly, she explained: II was ; he was content never to men-'
",. there was a fire intermittently replenished tion it -it their affair Ili
"as indeed a doctor has to do when ; was own now,
.-;! he is building up his practice, and by Quentin, and Victoria his and Serena's, and needed no

'.,k.. has six small children!" Vicky end- and Spencer Morrison played back- apologies, ntf justification.From ColemanAIRPRESSURE
and then cribbage.At .
ed with littFe gammon, Vic's confused
,; a laugh. thoughts
first they played in the sitting
'f: "Oh, yes, you poor thing!" Serena room, but presently Spencer sug- there emerged surprisingly one con- Mantle
>. crete fact: she loathed Serena she
said so heartily that Spencer ;
gested his rather untidy study,
f.'. Morrison laughed his sinister laugh, where' there was an electric heater. would have been glad to hear of LANTERN r ,
1". and Vicky hated her. Serena's violent and sudden death. Use your Colemanin
He and Victoria went in there, and
) \ And this made it increasingly hardto hundreds of places
./ "I didn't know whether coming to and she exerted herself charitably to where an ordinary lan-
, dine with us would give Mr. Mor- make the' interesting. Nine : endure Quentin's simple revela- tern is useless. Use it for 111

k rison any pleasure or not," Vicky o'clock, ten games o'clock struck; Victoriawas :1 tions concerning her, neighbor. after-dark. fishing chores, or on hunting any. u

i- said later, when she was walking g'1' Li1 overcome with sleepiness, and "She's always been just a little night job it turns .

.: home, and Serena had volunteeredto she felt that she could decently sug- girl," Quentin would say. "She says ram night or into snow day.can't Wind putit ,

"' accompany her. gest going home. Her heart was she still likes to get a kitten and a out.High candle-power'

i"I: beg pardon?" "Doesn't Mrs. Morrison Play?" not on the game; she felt nervous plate of apples and a good book on a air-pressure Kerosene and light.gasoline
t""I was wondering if Mr. Morri- and distracted. Presently she rose; rainy afternoon and curl up in the models.The finest made.
' Vicky Asked. Prices low as $-4.45.
<: son would think it more bother than they really must go now; after all, attic and read. Imagine it, Vic, Your local as dealer can

" '. it was worth?" ery detail of the approaching din- she had a houseful of small childrento this woman who has been adored supply you FREE Send Folders.post-
card for
"Oh, he can walk that far," Se- ner; his strange excited spirits when consider, and Quentin must makean and spoiled by some of the most

-( rena said vaguely. the night finally came. Quentin, who early start in the morning.Her famous persons in the world! Rothe- THE Dept.COLEMAN WU172. Wichita LAMP, Kans.AND; Chicago STOVE CO.Ills

,!,:::, Victoria did not pursue the sub- usually loathed such affairs, was host seemed petulant and an- say Middleton, for exampleyouknow Philadelphia,Pa.; LOB Angeles,Calif. (6171)

tL: ject. They were in the little lane nervous as a young wife over the gry that she should break up the that every woman in Holly-
p. that separated the two properties candles and flowers, and welcomed evening, but-contented himself with wood is trying to get him? She tells IrksomeIt
and she the with and asking her to come over any day, me that when she married .Morrison
;.: now, suddenly :: stooped and guests a joviality as- was Aristides whose reputa-
-: picked up a small bright object. And surance that seemed to Vicky almost any hour, to get her revenge. she told him that she had to spendone tion was so good that nobody

r: as she did so she felt her heart begin as bad as his usual manner of "Come tomorrow at about two, if week every year with Middleton liked him.

e'- to beat faster, and the blood grim and polite endurance.The you can," he urged. and no questions asked! She

. in her face."Quentin's. ,Morrisons came last; the "Doesn't Mrs. Morrison play?" said Spencer almost lost his mind

:'.'." cigarette lighter!" she man, who wore black patch over Vicky asked, with an inward smileat trying to reconcile himself to the AND.

': said. "He's been looking for it ev- one eye, limping a little, evidently the idea that she could find time idea, but in the end he gave in." CHILLS

: .. erywhere." glad to drop into the nearest chair; tomorrow, or any day, for an idle "Not much to his credit, Vic

',' "Imagine," Serena commented, Serena shining in flawless beauty. afternoon game with a neighbor."Oh might submit dryly. But, fortunately -

r undisturbed. Vicky herself felt tired; things had yes, plays backgammonvery for her, Quentin was usually too FEVER
; "He well," Spencer answered, with much absorbed in his subject to see
probably dropped it, Vicky not gone any too well throughout the
said, suddenly trembling, "when long rainy day, she had small heartin his characteristic little bitter smile anything amiss. With
you and he were talking here in the affair. twisting his mouth. "But she getsno "Well, he couldn't have gotten FastRelief Malaria
the lane last Sunday." The earlier stages of" the dinner particular thrill from playing her otherwise! And when I think This Proven Treatment!

Half an hour later Quentin came were not a success. Just why not, with me." what that" fellow has put her Don't go through the usual suffer-

upstairs to find Vicky changing her Vic was unable to perceive. The drawing'room was almost through- ing. Stop Malaria chills and feverin
gown for dinner. Serena sat next to Quentin. Vickywas dark when they reached it, but Serena "Spencer! How d'you mean 'put quick time.
"I met Mrs. Morrison-Lord, she miserably impressed, from her immediately, snapped up the her through'? Take good old Grove's Tasteless
is lights. Only one lamp had been (TO BE CONTINUED) Chill Tonic! This is newfangledor
a lovely creature! Quentin ob- end of the table, that the guest of no
served, plunging at once into his honor did not have much to .say. untried preparation. It's a fa-
ablutions. "She'd started to walkto Anyone as beautiful as that did not mous medicine you can depend on.

the village, it was too much for have to have much to say; she made Japanese Family Homes Are Made of tains Grove's tasteless Tasteless quinidine Chill Tonic and iron.It con-.

her, and ,she asked me to telephonefor all the other women look plain and Mp.terials quickly stops the chills and fever.It .
Wood Rice
a taxi to pick her up. But in- badly dressed and sound chatterboxes Kindling Paper also tends to build you up. That's

stead I ran her downtown-it seems .. the double effect you want.

he wanted the mail, I guess he gets The atmosphere seemed definitely The Japanese have perfected the been practically built on paper, The very next time you feel an

his own way pretty well-and! then clearer when they had gone. They art of elegant simplicity, and their straw and bamboo, there is such a attack of chills and fever comingon
took her home. It only took me went early; the bowed, carefully politeness extends to the most casu- shortage of raw materials as to go right bottle to of your Grove's drug store Tasteless

ten minutes. She tells mehe walking lean man with the neat al circumstance, writes Elizabeth make the problem facing Japan's get Chill a Tonic. Start taking the medi-

looked out of a towel, his hair in black patch over one eye, and the Boykin in the St. Louis Post-Dis- home-makers one of strictest elimi- cine immediately and you will soon

wild wet confusion to say in satisfaction superbly moving woman with her patch. nation. They must manage or fewer get the relief you want.

"she tells me you called fair head held high. Everyone could I The house of an average Japanese possessions than any other civilized All drug stores sell Grove's Taste .a
there today, Vic. I'm glad. She's discuss them then, and the con- family is made of kindling wood and people, but, having taste, they have less Chill Tonic, 50c and $1. /The :.
a lovely woman, and she'll be great tract fanatics could settle down to rice paper, but it has been built bya I made that little very lovely and latter size is the more economical

company for you." their game. Vicky and Violet and cabinet maker instead of a car- evolved a code of manners that represents -

Victoria, at her dressing table, one or two of the other women penter. And it winds gracefully' the height of formal sim- WNU-7 31-37

continued to brush her hair. Once turned the lights low in the draw about two or three small gardens plicity.

she looked steadily at Quentin, in ing room, gathered about the fire, where miniature trees, carefully And so the furniture is still r KILL ALL FLIES
the mirror, but he did not see her. and analyzed the Morrisons at their trained shrubs, stone lanterns, run- meager and exquisite and toy-like, Fir
Placed anrwhere.
"I told you they could come leisure. Quentin had said that he ning water and big scrubbed rocks and the effect to a Western eye is Killer attracts and JJoisy flics.Guaranteed. .
eflectUe. Nest
Thursday night?" she asked. would walk through the garden with make the gardens seem like extra either empty or modern, according o5-4P'* ? '' I convenient-Cannot BpLH-. ,

"Yep. Who else are you going I the Morrisons, but the night had rooms. Especially since the walls to the point of view. They sit, eat, _- 1"Lasts Wlllnotsollorlnjureaiinhln all eeason. 2lo nt all*
to have?" proved to be still blowy and rainy, slide back in fine weather and open sleep on the floor, exactly as we'd I dealers.150 DC Kalb Harold A VO..B fiomcra.'UynJf.V.Inc.
"Gita and Gwen and ourselvesand and they had had to have the car the whole house to the outdoors. always read; but they're enchant- ,
Mother" for the twice two hundred yards. Since the Japanese Empire has ingly demure about it. j DAISY

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Rusticus expectat dum defluat :

&.. amnis. (L.) The rustic waits till
-:; the river shall all have flowed by.
Nimium ne crede colori. (L.) He Doesn't Expect Help

Trust not too much to looks..
Usually the man who is in a
Hombre de un libro. (Sp.) A ,position to say, "My friends woulddo

D I Events in' the Lives of Little Men I D man heart.Gaiete of one de look.coeur. (F.) Gayety of who anything doesn't for need me, it.," is the man

Animal implume bipes. (L.) An Culture consists in liking the
animal without feathers and hav- best things in art and literatureand
I = VOUNG MAN THAT TOOTH not pretending to.
ing two legs; that is, man-Plato's
>Y'.. I IS COMING OUT RIGHT NOW- definition of man. The Other Way Around

\<.,_ I'M NOT GOING TO NAVE YOU Inter arma silent leges. (L.) In Instead of motorists decreasing

it1:,." GEEMA--THAT MOANING ALL NIGHT AND ,. the midst of arms the law is si- accidents these days, accidentsare

::.> TOOTH DON'T HURT KEEPING THE: WHOLE lent.Froides decreasing motorists.You .
mains, chaude
< amour.
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F. A cold hand
( ) and warm love.
,; \ = \T DON'T/ WDSTT your new friend doesn't like and
{:: IP I I DON'T HAVE I I I deftly detour around it.

.: -=-== 'IT PULLED VOU CAN I Crocheted Flowers His Deeds a Monument
for Your Every man who
'j'/ : HOW ABOUT / Bedspread gets a monu-
DR.YANK ment, needs no such memorial, if
(. rl(f ) II he deserves it.
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.,- 'j) build your house-to sleep in whenit

-_ rains.
We love a compliment, bad
grammar and all.

: If you,are a wise chairman you
: will make all your appointed
committees committees of one.

of Then you will get something done.
/ o c OZ Ah, if there were only some
Pji method of acquiring nerve for the

, battle of life. Generally, hard
knocks aid it.
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,I f" '." r rt IDEA' l KNow, BUT You've seen spreads,before, but :. For Women!
f.ij( WHATSA
SET never one like this with its large
;.. I DOMT NEEDIOU MIGHT \ and small crocheted flowers! Anddon't
SHE THISMOMTH'S EVEN WANT TO \ think you must wait an"age" allure of
I'M NOT 50 0U /
f':> youthful. dewy-fresh skin at
; / before'it can beyours. Cro-
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(f...?..,::.," F WON'T EVEN chet hook, some string, and eas- Now a modern skin creme
I individual acts to free the skin of the
t. OPEN HEM.WALOE ily crocheted medal- "age-film" of semi-visible
.....:.. lions form this rich all-over de darkening particles ordinary cremes cannot re-
'::.::'";-.- .,.. Eti sign. With the "key" pattern easyto move.divine new Often freshness-youthful only 5 nights enough rose-petal to bring clearness out-
\.;!'" remember,.the "repeats" are a :and to eliminate ugly surface pimples,black-
;: ;\ heads,freckles.Ask for Golden Peacock Bleach
glorious pastime. Why not cro-
Creme today at any drug or department store
.'. \ A- chet some extra medallions and or send 50c to Golden Peacock Inc.,
have a dresser scarf to match? Dept.L-315 Paris Tenn.

,, T. In pattern 5817 you will find com-
plete instructions for making the Next BestIf

9 inch medallion shown; an illus- you can't choose your lot in
H tration of it and of all stitches life, try to make it comfortable.

v used; material requirements.To .
J obtain this pattern send 15
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I tfe-j.it-,**,>.. ', digestion and elimination seem to biliousness or so-called "torpid
j. .:; ".> S r become torpid or lazy? Your food liver," so prevalent in hot climates.
;f1' .;' sours forms gas, causes belching, Don't neglect them. Take Calo-
y..: ." ByQsborne heartburn, and a feeling of rest- tabs, the improved calomel com-
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I :; may have sick headache, effects of calomel and salts, com-
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:? ';'::: spells on suddenly rising. Your the prompt relief they afford.
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I c,;:s..''" plexion bilious and your bowel pkg. twenty-five cts. At drug
j : actions sluggish or insufficient. stores. (Adv.)
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with our own industries and labor. I will not be made by the Farm Credit '
Seedlings Are Available Administration to standard rehabil- FWELL Sir Walter Raleigh's Clothes

The usual attire of Sir Walter Ral-
itation clients of the Resettlement
Fo Reforestation Work NAVAL RESERVES-The'Presi- Administration whose current needsare eigh, it is recorded, consisted of a

dent has discussed and submittedthe provided for by Resettlement.As MANAGED SHO'VS white satin pinked vest, close
sleeved to the wrist and the
-- of over
plan for the training young in the past, the security for
After requesting information regarding body a brown doublet finely flow- .
the securing of seedling men for the Naval Reserve. I have these loans will consist of a first GREATER PROFITS ered and embroidered with pearls.In ,ta

trees for reforestation {work in pointed out to the Navy Departmentthe lien on the crop financed if the loanis the feather of his hat a large (f'

Glades county: concerning which ideal situation existing for such for the production of crops, and ruby and pearl drop at the bottomof

many residents had expressed interest training on the West Coast of Flor- If for the purchase] of feed for livestock ,Application of Industrial the sprig in place of a button.

G. C. Hodge, Glades county I ida. then a first lien on the livestock Methods to Florida Sugar His breeches, with his stockings and

secured a letter last to 'be fed. Landlords, or othe'rshaving i Plantations Proves a Big ribbon garters, fringed at the end,

agent weelt.. an interest in the crops or Success all white; and buff shoes which on
from assistant state forester, CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS !
the the livestock to be fed, will be re- i I great court days were so gorgeously
with necessary -
Coulter in Tallahassee at Charleston, S. I
Navy with
covered precious
I quired to waive their claims in favorof I J Agriculture has not ceased to
information. service' to have exceeded the
civil stones
C., has announced two of as
that Wes- the lien to the Governor the hold opportunity for those willing
Mr. Coulter stated Guy value of $3,000. He had a suit of
examinations, one for dredge oper- Farm Credit Administration until 'Ito devote to it the same energy and
ley, of Lakeland, the acting district armor of solid silver, with sword
ator and the other for pipe coverer the loan is repaid. ability that has placed American
forester was in charge of tree plant- and belt blazing with diamonds, rubies
Checks in payment of the industrialism at the pinnacle of
Ing and fire control work in this sec- and ( approved and pearls.
be issued the Regional achievement.This .
time to 'loans will by
tion and is 'available at any:
is the belief of Clarence R.
examine land to determine the best INCREASED INCOME- IN FLOR- Emergency Crop and Feed The AmaryllisThe
Loan office at Columbia, South Car- ;.Bitting who, as America's largest
of tree to 'plant and to assist in Florida I I
%species IDA-Increased Incomes olina. :individual sugar-cane farmer, has amaryllis is a member of the

at the beginning' of the plant- and graphically shown by tax fig I :demonstrated the truth of his the- Amaryllidaceae family, a close relative -

ing. Tools are loaned free of charge. of the lily group. Some of the
ures just released by J._ Edwin Lar- :ory by the successful operation of
Seedlings are available at $2.00 per Permanent Pasture his members of this family bear flow-
sen, collector of internal revenue [ 17,500-acre sugar plantation
thousand.He ers of a lily-shaped contour. About
through the worst years of the de-
Total collections are
for the State.
continued by stating that any Plantings Begin 'prcssion. ninety genera are included among
more than four times as large for which will be found approximately
land wherever pine timber showeda
desirable 1937 as they were for 1932. Only 1,050 species. Many of these are
moderately hearty growth was -
the figures themselves reveal this LYRES BROTHERS PLANTING bulbous plants such as the amaryllis -
and protectionfrom
for planting itself, the zephyranthus and the
upturn: JOO
availableare startling
of trees
fire. Species
I crinum. This latter variety is not
slash, longleaf and lobolly: pine; Fiscal Year Total Collections unlike the amaryllis in either the

black locust, black walnut, yellowor 1932 ........................ $ 8,640,308.24 I ,i shape or the perfume of the flowers.
The Brothers Cattle Com-
tulip poplar, sweet gum, cypress 1933 ........................ 7,594,633.80 I. The bulb, however, is its mark of ;

mahogany, eucalyptus, Aus- 1934 ............--.......... 10,983,830.90 pany, taking the lead in permanent distinction, sometimes approaching a i

tralian pine and cajeput. 1935 ........._.......___.... 15,071,731.98 I pasture improvement work for range a length of two feet and a width of
ten to twelve inches.
1936 ..........._............ 29,866,409.96 cattle by planting an acreage in Para p

Washington News-':' 1937 .._..._....- ........._.. 35,355,513.83 grass near Brighton last year, are

continuing this work on a much larger ? 'r IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION! PAID?

(Continued From Page Five) WORK RELIEF PROJECTS. scale this year and most of the

into detail and includes trans- Reaching into every nook and corner I
great other cattlemen of the county have 1
the vast Works Pro- ; ,
of Florida :
lations of a number of the old Spanish followed their lead by planting improved : ;: : ;';{:";">;):""!<-Kt" .qpi *'i.r'' f<:::\' \j

Archives records. We are hope- gress Administration program of :

I providing employment for relief pasture grasses. mras arI4R. :
ful this may be printed and made ; :
Tractors have been at work for :
available Inter. The proposed expo- workers are completed nearly $43-. :t. ...-...,
I some time pulling the machine )j., ':;i.t .......*. ,
worth of projects, of which i l
sition will be held under the auspices ,which has been especially designedfor :*:1' dll L I
}ff Jh '' .
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$36,500,000 represents federal : i''
of the Florida Fair and Ga.s- .0' 'J.
out the
tearing sea myrtle
:; : .
.; 'f" :
funds. The remainder was contributed (tP ,
Association and will be :. 1
parilla gen- growth which covers the major partof :j. a ; i&

eral in its nature. I by the sponsors. At the present I the land which Lykes Brothers "" if.. r :i.J i<< :;t'W i'.x.})m-.d1. f'fi.; ,l'1 ',..;;!!<:\.f.,i'',a ,roes.r = t "'e, r wsr
} ,
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time approximately 24,000 personsare 1'Yh t'<
will plant .and last week the first ""--.A:'. .:EX;} """" ."

OLD AGE ASSISTANCETheFederal I being employed on regular WPA Para grass was planted on a tract of
'government made available projects:; and this does not include I approximately seven hundred acres

$279,655.53 for Florida and an- those employed on art, music, thea- located just north of the governmentlevee application of .industrial or-

nounced this had been made avail- tre and writers projects nor does it and west of the Lakeport road !Ito ganization agriculture, operation is the and explanation methods SEMiNOLEiACKSONVI'LLE
the old' Parker Trucks
able July 24. It is estimated that 11- include National Youth Administration near place. given by Mr. Bitting to his success- ]
have been hauling Para for
200 people will participate in this employment. This does not inT ful rehabilitation of Everglades sugar -
planting from the fields of the Everglades -
sum. elude expenditures under the CWA, plantations. He cites a profitof

I FERA, or PWA.Hunters I Milling Company here and $1,000,000 from growing sugar J FLORIDA
also from the townsite where con- in Florida's
CATTLE LOANS-Supplementing I Everglades as proofof
victs are cutting for sale to the GARNETT ANDREWS Manager
the effectiveness of such meth-'
previous information given in
I To Get ChanceAt company. Just how many acres will ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT at this
column, the Farm Credit Administration ods.In modern, Fireproof hotel In the heart of down.
be planted by this in this
company 1930 these sugar producing
town Jacksonville. Every room with tub and
has sent to
representatives i Killing Ticky Deer area has not been disclosed but as properties were placed in receiver- shower, toft water, ceiling fan, radio stalled

Florida to make a study of pasture! soon: as this tract is planted, the ship. In 1931 they were reorgan- summer door.. Every Bed wild innerspring

values, cattle values and conditions' work will continue on land south of ized in the United States Sugar mattress and reading floor. lamp. Running ice =.
I water on very y
and tax conditions for the purposeof According to tentative plans announced the levee in the Nicodemous Slougharea. Corporation, of which Mr. Bittingis AIR CONDITIONED /jj

formulting a comprehensive plan this week in Tallahasseeby .. ," I president, with a debt of nearly COCKTAIL LOUNGE COFFEE SHOP "
for long-term liberal cattle J. V. Knapp of the State Live $7,000,000. In 1937 the last of
more I Another tract is being preparedfor Rates-Single' with Private: Bath

loans. We have been working on Stock Sanitary Board, hunters of planting to Para grass between the outstanding bonds were*called 78 Rooms S2.00 80 Rooms $2.50

Glades county and other counties for payment, and dividends were [ 40 Rooms S3.00 24 Rooms $3.50
I here and Clewiston by J. B. Hendry.
this for
matter some time and plansare
being paid on the common stock of 10 Sample Room with Private Batk $400
where the extermination of tick-in-
being made to coordinate certain I There will be approximately three the Slight incrtiK tot double occupancy
new company.
fested wild deer has been ordered sections in this tract. .
planted Oil.. B POUND I.MOTH.
activities of the Federal Land Bank Not only have these sugar prop-
by local legislative acts in the 1937 '
and Production Credit Corporation.The : session, of the Florida Legislaturemay Tractors and other equipment erties been placed upon an earning a_,..t.- ,......ti G.

exact details will be announced I, assist in the killing of the deer. have been delivered this week to the .basis, but it has been done despife .... .......... 9 v_ ......,.,'

Benart Ranch, Inc., formerly the numerous handicaps, as set forthin
through this column when the final Final plans will not be made, how-
I Silver Lake, Ranch sold three weeks Mr. Bitting's fifth annual reportto
rules are made.PROTECTION. :sver, until a joint meeting of the I
I ago by Cary Carlton to Miami in- the stockholders: :
cattlemen and the sportsmen is held
terests. The plans of the new own "Since beginning operations De-

OF AMERICAN next Monday in Orlando at which ers are to plant 'this tract in carpet, cember 8, 1031, during the worst
time rules will be drafted for exterminating I depression in the of the ?ftI
INDUSTRY AND LABOR My bill j Dallas and Bermuda grasses which history ZUFLopDAUJM

providing that the mining or manu- the deer. 1 I do better en the sandy soils than country, your corporation has ex- .
The eradication work is to be I perienced:-first, a rainfall of more
the Para which is
facturing a product covered by grass planted on
carried on in Glades, Orange, High-I the muck and semi-muck areas. than twenty-one inches in leas than
an patent without the
I lands and Osceola counties but onlyin eight hours; second, a windstormthe
consent of the patent owner shall Tom Bryant, of Fort Lauderdale, velccity of which at times ex-
portions of each county. Six town-!
be a violation of the patent and I ships in the center of Glades coun-i owner of extensive range lands in ceeded one hundred miles per hour; fj
the vicinity of Rock Lake in Hendry AR
the lowest
therefore an unfair trade practice, ty have been set aside to be cleaned third temperature ever

0' has received the approval of the patIent out. : County, is making preparations at recorded in the Everglades, namely, 1

this time to plant several thousand 21 degrees; four oh: the lowest Qilm .
office, manufacturing chemi3ts If the oooi
rules made by the State i
to the for
acres in grasses adaptible prices raw sugar ever recorded -
and the Association of Patent At- Live Stock Sanitary Board are RiIm
soils of that are on New York Sugar Ex
torneys, various labor groups and :d shooting may be done adOIt-j change".
Most of the work being done is I [ljl
manufacturing concerns. Under the I igents of the sanitary board Asked if the satire methods could
under the government soil
present situation, a manufacturingor any licensed hunter. Deer be applied to other forms of agri-
I slaughter-I' ment program and is doing.imprOYO-1 !
mining ed must be butchered and cultural activities, Mr. Bitting, ex-
concern can use an American deal to improve the range
' 'lead and feet turned to the firm belief
over a representative pressed that they IQ1 fij1
method of mining or manu- this and other South Florida coun-
of the board. Agents of could. The only difference be-

facturing without paying the royalty the board who kill'any: ]] other game I I ties. tween a factory and a field, Mr. :,
' and ship into this country.. Oneof Lykes Brothers last year planted
I II will be discharged and prosecutedand Bating explained, was that one had
the reports reads as follows: Re!I selling of hides or venison will 153 acres in Para grass on a tract I protection from the elements and

L r-, Peterson Bill H. R. 7851: "We are! aot be permitted. of myrtle covered land south of, the other did not; "but, when you ,

very much in favor of the bill as it! Brighton. Planting was completed .1 select the southeastern states for '" q.
on August 10 and the first of October outdoor
your factory, you find the
:':; blocks up a serious loophole. i
Where a U. S. Patent covers the Farm Loan ,Applications I II I the grass was waist high. 145 two greatest needs freely supplied Stop at the

newt i I i head of cattle and thirty head of -sunshine and water".

process for producing materials'''Now Being Received ,I horses were put on this tract to "Eighty percent of the primary Jlotelpotdcla

,' which is itself known, there is no ( graze until April 20 of this year. production of the world is of agri- :

r( protection against the practice of the II I Mr. Lykes stated that this herd of cultural origin", said :Mr. Bitting;

L. process or patent in foreign c )un-; Applications for emergency vegetable cattle and horses made better gains "therefore, 80% of the primary 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUE -

tries. The U. S. is one of the few I loans for 1937 are now being : than a herd of similar size and qual- wealth produced each year arises

countries which does not have a pro -eceived at the county agrnt's officeT. ity on whcih he spent $1,050 for from the intelligent combination of
;. II rainfall, sunshine, soil and labor. All Outside Rooms With
vision for enforcing a Biori Morelaml Hold supervise- For,ge during the winter. The estimated -
process parent : -
if the Unless we produce our own primary Private Bath
Emergency cost
against the Crop Feed per acre of planting thy
r of ma- Loan Section of the Farm Credit Administration Para grass was C.CO.: One of the wealth, we are at the'mercyof
terials manufactured abroad by the other nations; thus, the farmersof COOL, CLEAN, QUIET
. announces. big truck loads should plant five
patent process. I believe that this America hold in their hands the

F. bill will be of great assistance to These loans will be made ofily lo acres. destiny of our country". Overlooking Biscayne Bay

; American farmers who cannot obtain credit Mr. Bitting cites his own expe- Theatre and
companies who are operating Two blocks to Shops,
from any other source, as provided rience in support of his belief that
under U. S. patents, and the Business Section.
oy regulations issued by the Governor
England's Historic Bridges opportunity is still present in this
t. -form of the bill appears to be excel- of the Farm Credit Administra'ion.
Notable among ,England's historic country which he considerseven
lent in that the language is defin- The money loaned ''will be lim-I( bridges is King John's bridge more important, that opportu- '. RATES

ite and clear so there is no ques- ited to the farmer's i immediate r.nictual at Tewkesbury, which is said to I nity is still present in agricultural

tion of its meaning ,which might lead I cash needs: for growing his contain several of its original activities. $1.50 Single

to extensive argument in litigation I 1937 crops or for the purchase of I arches, and Monnow bridge at Monmouth ,_'

under it." At the present time, in ,.feed for livestock and in no' instance believed to be the only one Genius Is Intensity $2.50 Double.

a foreign may exceed $400. in England that has a fortified gate- Genius is intensity of life; an
country products can be way on the bridge Fourteenth Special Family, Weekly &
mined Farmers are not eligible for these proper.A overflowing vitality which floods and
or manufactured by stealingan century treasure the fertilizes continent hemi- Monthly Rates
loans if they can borrow from m spans a or a
American process without paying Individual, river Dee at Chester, and other sphere of being: which make a nature -
the royally and using cheap labor I i bank credit association early examples are found at or many-sided and whole, while S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor.
or 'other concern.Emergency .
and ship it here in competition 1 near Kidwelly, Hereford and Llang- most men remain. partial and frag-
crop and teed loaf;. oJlcn.

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