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 20, 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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sr I! STEWART AND HIRES HODGE TO HOLD Welfare Board Held i Pepper Makes Futile Plea <*#

Meeting In Fort Myers I, .


district 8
The Welfare Board of ;

OF DENAUD ROAD IN MOORS HAVENCounty held' a meeting in Fort Mjieis on ::> .
Wednesday, the purpose of the meet
ing being largely to acquaint the Cattle Association Speech. described. as

Representative E. L. Stewart and Agent Grover C. Hodge I members with the duties and requirements -'I ,-
County Commissioner Alto Hires re- announced yesterday that a two-day I II of the board. The district -I Meets: In LaBelleA one of best heard

?: turned Wednesday from Tallahassee, I school for supervisors of compliancein organization is about complete '
'_; .: where they were successful in obtaining the soil conservation work wouldbe this week, and it is understood that this session .
f committment from the state held in his office at the court Hendry county will have its own meeting of the Everglades Cat-

t. road department for 3 1-2 miles of house in Moore Haven on Mondayand welfare worker in the future. tle Association, organized recentlyat '
& sand and oil mixed in place road Tuesday of next week and the Miss Elizabeth Terrell of Fort 1Iyi i a meeting held at the home of J. Washington, Aug. 13.-The much ,

surface on the road, from the highway supervisors from Okeechobee and I I ers has been visiting the county one F. Cross in Nprth LaBelle, was held discussed sugar quota measure was I

: Yti into Denaud. Highlands counties as well as from day. each week, but this has been Saturday afternoon at the court-I again brought to the floor of the i .' '
the board feels that house in LaBelle. Mr. Cross, elected
Both Mr., Stewart and Mr. Hires Glades and Hendry counties which inadequate, and Senate yesterday in a surprise move
argued convincingly with department are under' Mr. Hodge's direction, the work will be cared for efficiently president' of the organization presided -
officials. The road in question will attend the school. The dutiesof in the future with a full-time at the meeting. by Senator Harrison, Chairman of

is a portion of the old road,_ and these supervisors are to measure worker for the county. Following the disposal of routine I the Finance Committee, and the effort I
&l extends from: the location of the the various tracts of land and to de- Mrs. J. A. McGehee, Hendry business Grover C. Hodge, county to pass it moved with such
.1 '".; "Shanty" into Fort Denaud. It was termine the exact acreage in each county's representative on the agricultural agent and secretary- speed that the Florida Senatorswere

made a state road by act of the 1937 where soil conservation practice, un- board, desires to interest the_ Citi- treasurer of the organization madean I almost caught off guard. Sen-
legislature. der the 1937 program, is underway. zens of the county in' the work of, Interesting talk on the various ator Pepper the day before had introduced -

,; Several thousand acres of non- I the board, and is particularly anx- breeds of beef cattle and illustrated amendments designed to
The department to adver-
ious that all who are qualified and give Florida producers an increased
his 'talk with'a series of charts
crqp pasture land in Hendry and especially -
tise for bids for the construction
interested take the merit examin- prepared for the occasion. quota and he pressed vigorously for
Glades counties as well as hundredsof
three weeks, the Hendry
ation for workers' 'positions. adoption of these amendments.In .
',. ,,' county delegation was assured. Mr. acres of crop lands have been list- There was some discussion of the
', Only four Hendry county resi- what was termed one of the
Stewart and Mr. Hires also conferred ed on work sheets under this pro- possibility of erecting a cattle mark-
dents, who are qualified, have indi- outstanding speeches in the 'Senate'this
w. with Comptroller Jim Lee in gram. The non-crop acreage is by eting platform and yard as a future !
cated their intention of taking the year the young Senator demand-
_ :, regard to Hendry county gasolinetax far the largest and before the ben- project of the organization in order i
examination. High school educationand ed that Florida be given the right
funds and other' financial matters efit payments are, made the soil to secure a better market for beef i I
two :years work in social serv- Ito I at least produce sugar to an amount -
. concerning the county. i must be tractored and planted in cattle raised in the area. Mr. Hodgewas j,
ice are an allied field such as nursing comparable with its consump-
troller' Lee informed them' comp-I soil improving cover crops or permanent instrumental in securing one of
or teaching are required of ap, I I tion..
county's surplus gasoline funds pasture crops. The compliance plicants.The these markets in Leon county before
being held up in his office under supervisor must ascertain whetheror coming to South Florida last spring. I ask-ing
field of social service in the
his recently regulation to not the land owner has complied That market was officially opened
Adopted South is just opening 'up, and Mrs. 138 of 90,000 tons, a tonnage of 150-
withhold such in all in every detail 'with the programset last week.
payments coun-
? ; McGehee believes that there is a I 000 for 1939, and 175,000 tons for
ties affected by tile passage of local o uti'on.' the work sheet. Land I I: Members of the organization
splendid future for those who en-i 1940, Senator Pepper said: "We
the subject since the must be rm<*asuied, the acreage accurately I I
legislation on ter that field.Association. v.. ent at Saturday's meeting were: Mr. have a situation whereby the State
general act of 1931, which providedfor figured. and the plots of I Cross, Mr. Hodge, Mrs. Alice Bailey, lof Florida is ad-vHed by nature to
the distribution. land mapped for reference. Close to Harvey Dyess, R. E. 'Dyess, Lonnie j i the production of sugarcane if any
Seeks To
local law a quarter, of a million dollars] will be Hough, C. C. Curry, Floyd Luckey I[
\ \ Hendry county's was State in the Union is so adapted. We
\ ,-', passed in 1933 and\ directs the comp- received in this area under the pro-J Jack Ridgdill, N. S. Platt, Bill Dy- have been growing sugarcane in
> '. troller to pay over to the county gram if there is full complianceMr.f Prevent Deer KillingThe ess, J. J. Wiggins, W. T. Hull, 'Her Florida effectively and efficiently

.' -' commissioners any monies Hodge:"wishes to make it clear bert O'Bannon and Neal Thigpen. since 1929, when a sugar mill was

ing to the county's credit remain-I to every farmer and cattleman of the I Manatee County Fish and opened in the Everglades of Flor-
/ 'year. This county has: county that they can call on him for CLEWISTON RESIDENT HEARD : ida. There is a sugar mill there
Game association is planning to
:>1 any of the gas tax funds, said Comp assistance in solving any of the difficulties -I take court action to prevent the "I' OVER RADIO MONDAY NIGHT I which has a sugar producing capacity -
',1 troller Lee, but because of they encounter and that his i of 75,000 short tons a year."
which} killing of deer in areas infested
::6 that there are 100 local laws services are free. In his work he I Mrs. Elmer Montgomery, who resides "I wonder whether Senators are
cattle ticks
with according to an
affect the usage of the gasoline)i it seks to promote herd improvement, A. P. story in yesterday's papers. near Bare ,Beach, was heard aware of the fact that sugarcane in

funds in the state's 67 counties, hEdJ" dairy improvement terracing of Glades county is one of the four over the radio Monday evening as a the Everglades of Florida grows to

'1 .has deemed it advisable to withhold I lands, !building of farm homes and counties in which the. deer have participant in the W'QAM Amateur i a height of from 15 to 20 feet, and
all payments until the court advises other such i. services.. Specialists: imevey.line been ordered-killed. I Hour. :that it does not'''necesssarily have to'

''J him under which laws he shall pro-I of agricultural work in Dr. R. M. Sheetz, vicepresidentof Mrs. Montgomery, who has a cjear be replanted except once every several -

ceed. He suggested' that Hendry the state? may; be called upon by Mr. the organization is quoted as say- lyric soprano,. sang "The Wren" and years. I wonder whether Sena-
county employ a lawyer to institute Hodge "whenever the necessity arises. received an enthusiastic round of
L 1 ing that a mass meeting will be held tors 'are aware of another fact, that
test proceedings in the Leon applause from the audience the
county Bradenton. on August 25 for' the the soil is so perfectly adapted and
: circuit court and obtain a decision I Bulletins] 'covering almost every purpose of planning legal action to studio as well as much commendation the efficiency of the operation is

;'..: on the status of the county law. This phase of cattle raising, dairying' prevent the slaughter of the deer. I from her invisible listeners. so well worked out, that Florida

was suggested as being the most eco- truck crops, plant diseases 'and oth- He stated further that he believed produces sugar within less than one-
,nomical in money and time to have er subjects are available at the the "senseless and inexcusable I Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rodriguez and sixth of a cent of the production cost

the matter settled. A special meeting county 'Agent's office free of charge. slaughter of wild life can be pre-: daughter, Shirley Anne, and Mr. and in Cuba. So that we have not only:

. r of the board of county commissioners They are: rurnished.by. the United vented by recourse to the courts.:" Mrs. J. H. Pressley were visitors f in our natural right to production of.

J' is being held to take action States ,Department of Agriculture. The season is open for deer killing West Palm Beach Saturday. this commodity, but by our own

: 'on Mr. Lee's suggestion. on September 10 according to operations we are qualified to be
: ; Both Mr. Stewart and Mr. Hires the Boys Plead I entrusted with_ this opportunity for
Everglades Park Bill the program mapped out by I GuiltyTo
feel that the' comptroller's advice is "
State Livestock Sanitary Board the production of an essential food. ,
? good and'for a small sum the cou-i- Passed By Congress which was authorized by the 1937 Stealing Furs said Senator Pepper.
i. be able to obtain of the
ty use
willI Senator Pepper challenged the
I Legislature to kill the deer in cer-
funds to its credit. from the gasoline I.. ----\ tain parts of 'four counties. wisdom of the Federal Departments
tax fund. I Mia: rr Aug. 19 (FNS).-The (Moore Haven Democrat) which would curtail sugaj production -

r world;, :)eatest tropical park and THREE BIRTHS IN TWO DAYS Walker Frierson and Owen in the country in order to bar-
DRAINAGE., BOARD TO HEAR I the only one of its kind in the Unit'w'hen' KEEPS: LOCAL PHYSICIAN BUSY II Luckey, of North LaBelle, each sixteen gain for commercial advantages with

TAX COMPLAINTS: SEPT. 7 erj States was assured Saturday years of age plead guilty Wednesday foreign countries, saying: "Simply

I Ic' the United States Senate pass-I Dr. O. F. Schiffli, has' been a busy I afternoon before Circuit because Nature has fitted us to grow
The board of commissioners of I ed a bill! which allows immediate expenditure man over the week-end with the Judge Geo. W. Whitehurst sugarcane, Mr. President, what

:\::,. the Everglades Drainage District of federal funds in the I type of cases that brings happiness Charge of grand larceny on inform-I wrong have we done that requiresthe
: has announced a special/meeting for I Everglades National Park area instead of sorrow into the homes of I ation charging them with Federal Government to come to

:-. he purpose of hearing complaints southwest of Miami, Ernest F. Coe, hjs patients. There- were three birthsin of several coonhides from A. A. us and say, 'We admit your capacityto
y\ on the tax assessment roll of the II director of-the Everglades National Clewiston on Thursday and Fri-I Harrington, fur-buyer of, LaBelle. produce. We admit that you have

., district, the meeting to be) held in Park Association, announced the day, an unusual number for the The information jn the case was hundreds of thousands of acres a-
,j Miami on September 7th. I final passage of the bill upon receiptof population.Mr. I. filed by State Attorney Roy D. dapted to the production of this com-

.$. The assessment roll has been Andrews.The a telegram from Senator C. O. and Mrs. Wallace Norton of I Stubbs on June 5, and after a hear- modity, and that you have only a
completed according to law, and the Hooker's Point are parents of a baby ing before County Judge L. E. sparse handful of those acres. so e-Ctu: '
meeting is provided in. order that bill has gone to President girl, which arrived on Thursday, Guess the case was carried over to ployed. We admit that voVut 'do'not
taxpayers may register complaints Roosevelt for his approval. As the August 12th. The child is their thirteenth circuit court. Judge Whitehurst seek a: subsidy, an-W-that you have
as to the assessments and. the manner president is known to be an enthusiastic and narrowly escaped being'('heard the story of the case and de- lived and are/' ;filling to live, on your;
, and method of preparing the supproter of the establishment ,I I And yet some
I JI born ,on Friday, the thirteenth. I l. cided that it was a petty larceny economic-d. vantages.
::;.' roll. of the nation's only possible '', finger. points itself at
I Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Dobbins are case rather' than grand larceny and
: ';);,::.. The office of the board is at 218 tropical) national park, his approvalis l I parents of a baby girl, born on Fri- upon the boys promise to return the I urm' and It says 'You, may not produce f fr
.' Shoreland Arcade Building and .the assured, money the hides sold for to Mr. Har- sugar In the United States because'and

ti'\;,=;, meeting is set for 11 o'clock. The bill for the establishment of I day.Also born on Thursday was a baby rington, they were placed in the "cds( the chairman of the Finance I

'.., the Everglades National Park was son to Mr. and Mrs; Everett Mc- tody of relatives and ordere a to report Committee has just said it in the

:. THIRTEEN XOT UNLUCKY sponsored in__the House by Repre- Donald, who live near Hooker's back to the court at. 'the spring. Senate-'because the Secretary of
: .-';:. FOR FLORIDA IN SENATE sentative Mark Wilcox and in the Point. term. The Frierson 1 'Joy 'was paroled I State; wants to have some sugar with .

:, Senate by Senators Pepper and An- I to his sister," Mr...."J. H. Caldwell, of I which he can bargain for commercial -
I: ; Tallahassee, Aug. 17 (FNS- dr ws. An amendment adopted will EMPLOYMENT OFFICE HERE 'I I Tampa and tj>1e iLuckey boy to his [ advantage with foreign coun-

,: :?{ Thirteen was, not an unlucky number make future federal appropriations IS REOPENED THIS WEEK uncle, Flo'v'd.] Luckey of LaBelle. tries'."
;;: for Florida and twelve other un unnecessary for many years to come. _--- Sentor Pepper plead for the opportunity -

;;.ti states which were made a nice pres- I There are 2,000 square miles of Miss Leo Willingham, manager of IfrfMIGRATION: -L OFFICIALS TOINVEST1GATN to increase employment in
ent when the United States Senate i the park area in Dade, Collier and thos Clewiston office of the Florida TAMPA VOTERSTampa Florida through the use of acres of
,,; passed a bill Saturday to return to Munroe counties, and a tract of State Employment! Service, ha Reopened :J' fertile soil in the 'production of sugar -
the states which had 'not complied, 100,000 acres in Broward county the office, which %"*ds closed stating: "If we are permitted to
\f. with' the federal social security law has been made available adjoiningthe temporarily ten da v/sago* by or-. Aug. 17 (FNSElection add an additional quota to what we

in 1936 the payroll tax money collected northern boundary of the parkas der of th for that year for the unemployment -. offering superior living condt- acli?:t .ilent of tho controversy over party in Tampa have turned a long flowing out of the Everglades of
. compensation fund. i tioiia for the Seminole ': 1n feral and state funds for the work.I list of registrations over to United Florida into the channels of pur-

Jita Senator Pepper wired Wendell C'i plfv lt i 'of 80,640 ,a..,at "Monroe :Miss Willingham enjoyed a ten States immigration officials and chasing power of this country, which
1 ,t Heaton, Industrial Commissioner, Core' LY form .""*Jy set ": I I"\n.for theiru day vacation at Fort Myers Beach, asked for a check-up to prevent Illegal will rebound directly to the greater
the news Saturday. Heaton estimates : ; I ,'-.". : \ where she was the guest of her sister voting in the. coming primary prosperity of this Nation. Mr. PresI-
e. ; .
that Florida will receive $1,500,000. .. ". '. \ I J and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mr. election for city officials and the dent, just as honesty is the best pol-
from the 1936 unemployment pay- J,>L! !W. F. Jenkins. I charter election.U. igy is a profitable maxim in business

: roll taxes which would have been tkhe 0 inio\ that the $1,500,000 cie- The Clewiston 'office provides labor S. Officials have promised their conduct; so It is that fairness in
.: retained by the government had the ei'itw! 11 not.hasten, the first payment I I for all projects in Glades, Hend- cooperation. economic treatment of segments of
bill been referred to by Senator Jf unemployment compensationhas I ry and thxt portion of Palm Beach this country has economic as well
Pepper not passed.Commissioner has been accepted by the slates I: county adjacent to Lake Okeechobee. llr. and Mrs. E. P. Mutrix were a$ :moral advantage. Thousands of

Heaton expresses Q.'l January: 1939.If' .. Sunday visitors in LaBelle. '(Continued on Page ""53)
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tfcscs Review of Current EVtnts" I I An Ode to the Horse ing summons in your ear. Your SelfDenialLittle
inner tubes are all O. K., and,
O horse, you are a wonderful
: thank the Lord self,- denials, little hon
they stay that '
thing-no buttons to push, no esties, little passing words of
JAPS TAKE way. spark plugs never miss
horns to honk, you start yourself, and fuss; your motor never makesus pathy, little nameless acts of kind- 4!
no clutch to slip, no gears to strip, ness,' little silent victories over
Return Manchu Emperor Amendments, Limit no license buying every year with cuss. Your frame is good for favorite temptation-these are the

Dictates Measure plates to screw on front and rear'; many a mile; your body never silent threads of gold which, when
Bill Green Wage-Hour
Housing i no gas bills climbing up each day, changes style; your wants are woven together, gleam out so

stealing joy of life away; .no speed few and easy met-you've some- brightly in the pattern of life that

&Pw2z1t pidurJuJ cops chugging in your rear, yield- thing on the auto yet. God ,approves.


Western Newspaper Union.

Peiping Gets "Protection" V a

"A LTHOUGH Nanking is pre-
paring to wage a destructivewar

do not be afraid.
"The Japanese army will protectyou.
Y Leaflets contain- o
ing these words fluttered -

4 from the skiesto
come to rest in
the hands of residents -

4s of the ancient

'M Chinese capital, .
Peiping. As the airplanes r:

e"' which spreadthe t
news hummed ;

;, overhead, a brigadeof
3,000 Japanese TAPPING RUBBER TREES ON ''' >
Emperor soldiers in com PLANTATIONS XFIRESTOPIE 'i}'

,Kan? Teh mand of Maj. Gen. IN LIBERIA

Torashimo Kawabe marched Fromt here plantations 'coma an ever itKp .
through the city, taking possessionof increasing supply of the world's fineat rubber.Economles ; bE r
in prodncing raw materials man-
it in the name of Tokyo. ufacturinq and distribution make it possible for .
What would be the result of the Firestone to give you so much for your money. ;' "

new Japanese domination' apparently y A ,n I l 1
begun by Maj. Gen. Kawabe wasa 1
matter for speculation Chinese T.

residents, long since convinced that

the inevitable would happen, tookit .;:;tv YOU GET EXTRA PROTECTION -
calmly enough. Some of them I ; 4!; J AGAINST BLOWOUTS-eight

voiced their belief that the former I .leaves L's WILLIAM GREEN > .As 4 extra pounds of rubber are added to
boy emperor of China, Tsuan Tung White House with a smile <
; every 100 pounds of cord by the
(Henry Pu-Yi), since J934 Emperor > %c;,, Firestone patented Gum-Dipping
Kang Teh of Manchukuo, would return mittee decided to accept the senate
> ., process. By this process every fiber inevery.cord
to his throne in Peiping. He
provisions on this part of the meas- in. ply is saturated
.k every
would then rule over North China as
but the of the board was
ure, scope 1 with liquid rubber. This counteracts
well Manchukuo puppet for :
as as a greatly curtailed by an amendment
whom Japan would pull the strings. which would permit it to deal only l dangerous internal friction and heat

Japanese control was extended in with ,employers who maintain"sweatshops" : ) that ordinarily cause blowouts.

Tientsin when the Japanese co- and "starvationwages" t< ; ; YOU GET EXTRA PROTECTION
commissioner of the Chinese through fake collective bar- : AGAINST PUNCTURES because
administration announced he had l -
gaining agencies.The
//under the tread
taken over, the administration'sTientsin "Green amendments" in r 2 L are two extra layers

v district. This includes the I brief are: m f: of Gum-Dipped cords. .,
Changlu salt fields, with production '- "'
1. Board jurisdiction over wages YOU GET EXTRA PROTECTION
valued at $3,000,000_ a year. and hours in any industry only if it .AGAINST SiIDDING-because the

*- 'finds that collective bargaining '. n k : : tread is scientifically desi ned.

New York's Share Cut agreements do not cover a sufficient a
number of employees or facilitiesfor ':' f :.:,. '3 YOU GET LONGER NON-SKID

SENATOR: ROBERT F. WAG- collective bargaining are inef- :' -yh ?? :ilrC' MILEAGE because of the extra tough,
(Dem., N. Y.) $726,000000 ,- fective. '4 lon -wearin tread.
housing bill was passed by the
2. Acceptance of wage-hour standards "
senate, 64 to 16, but the senator i established by 'collective bar-- q 4 :!n0{ axnN S Firestone Standard Tires give you all J "
scarcely recognized it when his fellows features L.
gaining in any occupation as prima these extra value because they .
were done with it. facie evidence of appropriate stand- : sb, are_fiirst-quality tires built with high-
Senator and other admin-
materials and
ards in that occupation. grade patented
istration leaders struggled frantically 3. Board cannot alter wage-hour < ;construction features. You SAVE
to defeat amendment Har-
an by k Y '
standards already prevailing in MONEY because buy this high
occupation you
F. Byrd (Dem. Va.) limiting the
ry ; ';" J
in community considered '"' i and value such low
cost of housing projects to $1,000 a quality extra at
or establish classification in'any
room or $4,000 a family unit. Resultof prices.
community which affects adversely 5'
the struggle: The upper house, the prevailing standards in the cc:,. Yi 'i Before leaving on your vacation trip,
which originally passed the amend- the Firestone SAVE A LIFE
same or other communities. r, : join
ment 40 to 39 defeated motion to r '
reconsider by 44 to 39. 4. Industries are protected against ry s.r, >.: Campaign by equipping your car with

The bill originally called for expenditures prison-made goods. "' < '.'.(fic r a set of new Firestone Standard Tires
to $1,500 5. "Label provision" of originalact "' -- toda 's top tire value. See your
up a room or
is eliminated to protect indus- '/ Firestone Dealer or Firestone
$7,000 a family unit. Opponents ; ; ,
try from 'what is considered a nui- and Service Store.STANDARD.
conceded that the Byrd amendment rr : A Auto Supply
would prohibit the building of the sance. I
6. Government work is removed
type of houses Senator Wagner had
from the board's control and placed
in mind in New York City, but con- _
under the act. PASSENGER
Walsh-Healey FOR CARS
tended that $4,000 was enough to "
spend for housing one family. Per- Chairman Mary T. Norton (D., N. 'r pL ; 1'x,50.20 $3.70 6.00.16..X13..95

sons of extremely low income could J.) of the labor committee indicated t a ".. 4.50-21 (.o5

not pay the rent anyway, they ar the bill would be brought up in _4 t 1J' J :1 4.75-19 9.55 HEAVY DUTY
the house under a special rule and
gued. 'c 4.75.19.$11.75
yryy l ', 5.00-19 10.30
Some senators charged that the speedily passed. aC r r PRICESAS I 5.25-18 11.40 5.25-18 14.25
Wagner bill was designed to afford -
12.5O 18.15
LOW AS 5.50-17 6.00-20
the bulk of the housing appropriation -
Senate O. K.'s Court Reform
to New York. This was prevented -
Vireton 1 retone
by the adoption of an amendment ALL that was left of the admin-
w \
Millard E. istration's court reform ( SENTINEL COURIER
l" by Tydings (Dem., sweeping -
Md.) which limited the share of any proposals passed the senate in $ L
''-, one state to 20 per cent. an hour without a record vote. This : I $47'k"

.'r' -*_ was .the procedural reform bill for UP UP

.. "Vvi: Was John L. Lewis? the lower federal courts. It was in -
ore the nature of a substitute for the pa t [ OTHER SIZES PROPORTIONATELY LOWID11'T

WIL A 1\.t GREEN, president of Sumners bill in the house of repre-
Amer! V Tn Federation of sentatives, and went back to the
Labor, emerged as l1Lc r' administra- house for what was expected to bea RISK YOUR LIFE! ON SMOOTH WORN TIRES. FIRESTONE AUTO RADIO
tion's favorite son in matt ters affect 'I peaceable conference. 6 All-bfetal Tubes -8*
DQ YOU KNOWTHAT % Dynamic Speaker.Save up
ing labor as he was permitted( virtually j to$20.00
Vice President Garner whippedthe
to write his own amendments last year highway accidents cost the lives of ,more, Include 9A CQ'i .
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measure through, even though ) universal Vt|( | '<
e to the house version
of the wag. .
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: than and children
;: and hours bill. The senate had''r Senators Guffey (Dem., Pa.) and 38,000 men, women control head IjJ ?

passed the bill, 56 to 23, only after 1-Ijewis (Dem, Ill.) loudly protested That a million more were injured? CUSTOM BUILT DASH MOUNTINGS AVAILABLE
that+:they wanted to on record
go as
President Roosevelt had called opposeu ;.r0 it. \ THAT more than 40,000 of these deaths and injures:! were BATTERIES

, :...,..' Green suaded to him the to White give House lukewarm and per- The bill,. -ag: summarized by Sen. caused directly by punctures, blowouts and skidding due ASK ABOUT OUR .

',:. proval to the measure, with the un-ap- Warren R. Aus ;*:tfn (Rep., Vt.), who to unsafe fires? "CHANGEOVER"PRICE
wrote most of it, included
derstanding that the house would r ( }
.. amend it.Southern. Provision making ii.'* the duty of
At left is section fut COVERS
: Democrats in the senate, the District court, in any='Constitutional At right is a section from a new Firestone
f. led by Pat Harrison of suit between private C ;' cut from a smooth 4 Tire.Note th*thick, Coaches A
Jus-e\ worn tire,with nonskid / nonskid protection ,: : Coupes Sedans
t bitterly opposed the bill, but their to notify the Department of .. protection worn against skidding,
(:, motion to recommit it to committee that upon a showing by the attorney off.condition Tires an in Habit this f 2- C punctures.bio w outs Come and in $16 9 $3 6 9

':. was defeated, 48 to 36. The same general that the United States hada io ; Junctures blowouts and set C dsmon- UP
: :- vigorous opposition was expected probable interest the government tJ.-d skidding Stration.

l from Dixie's representatives in the would be made a party to the suit.

house labor committee, but the Permission for the senior circuit

? "Green amendments" (so called because judge to reassign district judges

r.\. of the federation president's within that circuit for the purposeof
; complete domination of the committee clearing congested dockets. (If

:;; meeting) patched up the essential necessary, a judge may be trans- 'I
"hi';. differences. ferred from one circuit to another.) y

:. The bill, as passed by the senate, Permission for direct appeal to
;: would create a labor standards the Supreme court, if 30-day noticeis

r board empowered to set minimum given, from any decision of a
:; ..' wages up to 40 cents an hour and District court against the constitu-
f.< maximum work weeks down to 40 tionality of an act.
., hours. The house committee had Requirement that all suits for in + ER
' ':' intended to extend the limits to permit junction against the operation of

:'s,..- the board to set wages at 70 federal statutes to ,be heard by a
cents and hours as low as 35. Un- three-judge court, including at least

der Green's influence the house com- one circuit court of appeals judge. Listen to the Voice of Firestone; Monday evenings over f, I'iontvfde N. B. C. Red Network

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Be YourselfThere Beating ExpectationsIs

what oC9bb Is Overweight 'Quotations1The -A- among human never beings can in be their equality char- a Rule of LivingA

I 5 time is still far off when the acters, their abilities,or their pop-

1't growth of American industry will ularity. So why worry over man who had to carry,through
JlY thinks Important? have reached a state when it 'can be equality? an important and difficult under-

said that the job is done, that there That word "expert," itself derives taking one night, knew that his'coworkers -
______about: are no longer!; any business frontiers. from the same root as would, naturally'and prop-
By -Charles R. Gay. i erly him to be
"experience. expect absent from '.
Advertising's Value. The fruit of the free of I '.
DR. JAMES W. BARTON spirit men '
Belief.maybe one part credulityand his usual place at the customary
do in the of
the "
VERNALIS., CALIF.-On Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service. anny.-Stanley grow Baldwin. all the rest a desire to get early hour the following morning. '.<

charming young The more leisure we have, the something. Therefore he determined not to _:'J

woman said: "I always read. of normal weight and more likely we are to go; to sleep Proof of the ValueThe meet their expectations-and he .-;ij.
whether I THOSE mentally and to see our civilization was on hand as usual. He gained 3
the advertisements also who are over- become a back number.-Dr. Jay B. value of time is most vividly in his influence with them, by do- .."\
want to buy anything or not. Do weight may have the opinion Nash. shown in what the universe has ing the unexpected difficult thing; '

you think I'm crazy?" that too much importance is be- Far too much cf many persons' made of itself.If and he gained also in will-power :}\

I told her she was the smartest ing attached to overweight-its: ing.lives-is Goiernor put in by Cross.using others' think 'a man has had to dig for his and self-discipline. ,\

woman I knew. If I were success, you may still see some of When people expect less of '. .-
young dangers to health and life. If At least SO per cent of a man's success I us
asked to describe"the the mud on his fingers. than' do it is
to talk for just five depends upon his wife.-Dr. we can pretty impor- Jj
race in any by- they were Robert N. McMurry. The young man who says what tant to decline to meet their expec- -.*

.... gone period since minutes to the actuary of any he likes gets over that folly. tations. 4

printer's ink came life or sickness insurance com- I ;j

.; I'd into turn common to the use advertising -, pany they would learn some

in the pa- :- startling facts because insur- Z&dPhiIkS Hot Weather is Here'j'j

make lose
pers and periodicalsof ance companies or

that particularage. money on the types or kinds of
tUJA: Beware of Biliousness j
: know. For what then people I'd > risks they accept.One .
of the first facts the insur-

wore ate and and what what their they ance company actuary will point out Calm With the Calm Have you ever noticed that in These are some' of the more .:1

is the great amountof The silentest thing is bomb very hot weather your organs of common symptoms or warnings of -,',
and a until -
l- sports were Irvin S. Cobb diabetes among digestion and elimination seem to biliousness or so-called "torpid :
'tAl. their follies and the overweight. He it explodes. Don't'peck and become torpid or lazy? Your food liver," so prevalent in hot climates. ': v

their tastes and their habits; know > will back this, up by pound at conditions when they're sours, forms gas causes belching, Don't neglect them. Take Calo- -
what they did when they were showing the figuresof calm. heartburn, and a feeling of rest- tabs, the improved calomel com- .'"
healthy and what they took when Joslin The world's real revolution is the lessness and irritability. Perhapsyou pound tablets that give you the 1
they were sick and of what they + Dr. E. P. steady change to a better and may have sick headache, effects of calomel and salts, com J
Boston, the outstanding nausea and dizziness or blind biped You will be delighted with :;,;!
died and how they were buried, fuller sense of humanity in the ,
N' authorityon spells on suddenly rising. Your the prompt relief they afford. ;
where to after they
they expected
hearts of
go diabetes, who men. tongue may be coated your com- Trial package ten cents, family: .E
left here-in short, I'd get a picture tells us that diabetesis There are people whose presenceis plexion bilious and your bowel pkg. twenty-five cts. At drug ;

of humanity as it was and not the result or pen- imposing to other people; and actions sluggish or insufficient. stores. (Adv.) ';"
as some prejudiced historian, writ- ':.',
alty of overweight. when they know it and live up to ,:
ing then or later, would have me
"b The figures for the their appearance, they do well in '.
believe it might have been. 1 I'I 5 ..
death rate of dia- '
Dr. Barton life.He 1 I .
I'd rather be able to decipher the betic men over for- who laughs last will tell the PLUG ;";!

want ad on the back side of a Chal- ty-five years is as follows: The anecdote wrong when he repeats. "',.
dean brick than the edict
king's on per cent of overweight to death rateis Creditors are grateful to debtors

the front. as follows: five to fourteen, twice who pay promptly, but there is no TOWf-11 OUR STORES

the normal rate; fifteen to twenty- use denying there.is a sense of tri- qOUR] '
Running a Hotel. includes the farm homes surrounding the town. :
four, four times the normal rate; umph in collecting an old account.
F'VE just been A guest at one of the twenty-five and over, ten times the The man who is always running stores are there for the accommodation and to serve the : '
best small-town hotels in Amer- tell in people of our farm homes. The merchants who advertise"specials" are merchants -
normal rate. These figures after friends the
new gets most
ica. I should know about good, ho most dramatic fashion the penaltyfor snubs. who are sure they can meet all competition in both quality and prices. ''

E tels because, in bygone days, I overweight.As "
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stopped at all the bad ones. you know, the commonestcause .i I

The worst was one back East- of death after middle age is 3 5 S."';,yGrRfr, N";,,>b y fr k/ a r, aJi / s SI sa nd
\.' built over a jungle of side tracks. disease of the heart, bloodvesselsand uy ';

I wrote a piece about that hotel.It kidneys, because the heart and

had hot and cold running cock bloodvessels have the hard work of
roaches on every floor and all-night of
carrying a large quantity nourishment -
Z7; switch-engine service; the room to the kidneys to have .
towels only needed buttons on themto wastes or poisons filtered out and : LET'S /OOKMAR.OH, STOP SHOUTING!

be peekaboo waists, but the roller useful substances retained. Now AHOY, V SPOIL A RAISE! IT'S ABOUT TIME

towel in the public washroom had, high blood pressure, hardening of .''FELLOW 3,. HIS FUN!ts'ts'HAPPY FIVE BUCKS YoU GOT A RAISE,
through the years, so solidified that GLOOMS! A WEE/<
the arteries, and defective. work by ANYWAY!
if the house burned down it surely A RAISE !
the kidneys all accompany over-
:1 .:. would have been left standing. The weight, and the simplest method of s DOWN i '

cook labored under the delusion thata relieving unnecessary strain is to MAN 'WITHJOYS./ ,.

a fly was something to cook with. reduce the weight and size of the : AHEAD l4 DOWN WITH ; '

.. Everybody who'd ever registered patient. ?HAPPINESS/
there recognized the establishment.

. So the citizens raised funds and British Expert's Views.Dr. ... .

r tore down their old hotel, thereby Herbert 1. Coombs in the British Q o ;

making homeless wanderers of half Medical Journal, in pointing out 44. ?
T a million resident bedbugs; and the importance of overweight in ad- JdI

[ .'.. they put up a fine new hotel which dition to diabetes, heart, bloodvessel u ;, LL.w

paid a profit, whereas the old one and kidney disease, tells us that r
had been losing money ever since '''arthritis-inflammation of joints- C o a

's the fall of Richmond. is of the commonest diseases
one ., -
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encountered by the general prac-
Poor Lo's Knowledge. titioner, and it is almost always
'. SOMETIMES I wonder whether associated with overweight." 'l /j yYOU'VE

; we, perfected flower of civilization Another point brought out by Dr.

' : 7<,-.' -and if you don't believe Coombs, and one that is likely to GEE, HONEy / you WOULD/ALL YOU BEEN AN AWFUL KILLJOY LATELY,

-:; we are, just ask us-can really be be overlooked, is the great changein I THOUGHT { THINK ABOUT IS HOW MARY --- WHY DON'T you GET RID OF

as smart as we let on. mentality or outlook with the in- you-D 8E GLAD! \ To GET MORE WORK YOUR INDIGESTION ? YOU KNOW THE

Lately, out on the high seas, ,I crease in weight. It is generally I WAS GOING V OUT OF ME I NEVER DOCTOR TOLD 'Iou COFFEE.-/JcRVES WAS
met an educated Hopi, who said to agreed that overweights are rather To SURPRISEyou \ THINK ABOUT fAy CAUSING IT !

'.. me: cheerful and good natured but aftera AND BUY X HEADACHES ANDNDIGESTON NONSENSE OH !

Y "White people get wrong and stay period of time this good nature of THAT NEW / OH-OH-

wrong when right before their eyes the; slightly overweight degenerates SWEEPER. DO you ? LOOK OUT, ,e

is proof to show how wrong they I into lack of ambition. c > MEW:7NEy'RE---

are. For instance, take your delusion Still another point, and one familiar : IN
that there are only four to every physician is the bad .AARAq
direction points-an error which surgical results that often follow operations -

you've persisted. ever since you on very fat patients. "Me-
invented the compass, a thing our chanical difficulties of nursing ; At D w
people never needed. Every Indian heavy patients and the increasedrisk .
knows better than that." of infection when 4
large massesof
_7 .r "Well then," I said, "how many fat tissue are exposed when the p'c !

; ./ji> are much there?" since you know so knife is used, are often important 4 M

factors in 'working against recoveryof
"Seven," he said, "seven in all." overweights who come to opera- ;+x

"Name 'em," I demanded. tion for gall stone, diabetic gan- > M r T : s 4 .
"With pleasure he said. "Here -
grene, and other conditions. .
:. they are: north, east, south, west, 'BEEN ...
up, down and here." WILY DON'T you YoHt ALL RIGHT I 30 DAYS : TH/ yVE ..-
Of course, there's a catch in it
Figures from private and public ADVICEQUIT YOU'LL JUSTLEKJEME .
somewhere but to date I r ..
haven'tfigured .
hospital clinics show that at least COFFEE AND {
it out. 0' :
three of four give a history of be- SWITCH TO POSTUM RID OF HERJNOIGESTION !

ing constipated. Although these peo- FOR 30 DAYS! .GRUN, ;. ,A., {
The Russian '
Puzzle. 1
their feet and not -
ple are on are -- ; ,
r. UNDER the present beneficent sick enough to be in bed, they can : WERE ;. $WITcNING
regime, no prominent figure in hardly be considered normal. d ,; LICKED CJo To Pos vit .

Russia's government, whether mil- However, even among those who > :J :c s o ,u r SURE DID A LOT;
itary or civil, is pestered by the \
are normal or not sick, it would mow a FOR HER'pu
cankering fear which besets an official appear that at least half, or 50 per >, t :
in some less 'favored land, .
cent, are constipated. \.e.
namely, that he'll wear out in har- ,
It is interesting therefore to read
ness and wither in obscurity. -d'.
ot the other of that /4 ;
type cases, is l
V All General So-and-Soski or Commissar 1O
those who do not to be sick
Whatyoumaycallovitch has appear ., cf 0y '
but instead of being constipated are
to do is let suspicion get about that r
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afflicted with diarrhoea.Dr l
be'snot in entire accord with ad-
!S ministration policies and promptlyhe A. Richieri, Buenos Aires, in
commits the Argentine Medical Journal,
suicide-by request; ort
is invited out to be shot, at sunrise. states that diarrhoea occurs very '
.XA' : To be sure, the notion isn't new. often in all forms of hyperthyroidism ':'-' -
The late Emperor Nero had numerous (that is when the thyroid glandin ',;'YoVR'MON Y BACK-: <' -.ease price, plus postage! (If you live in Canada, ad-
well-wishers the neck is manufacturing too % >'IF SWITCHING To POSTVM<; dress General Foods, Ltd., Cobourg, Ont.)
including family' Postum contains caffoin. It is simply whole wheat
< no
relatives, that he felt he could spare much juice). ,DOESN'T\ M'. ..... '. HELP....,.. .... ...,. .../ /... and bran, roasted and slightly sweetened. It comes in two..
and he just up and spared them. As there may be no other symp- forms..Postum Cereal, the kind you boil or percolate.
And, in our own time, Al Capone toms but the diarrhoea (no great increase people can safely drink coffee. But and Instant Postum, made instantly in the cup. Econom-
MANY others-and all childrenshouldnever ical,easy to make,delicious,hot or iced.You may miss. coffee -
;; built quite an organization for taking in heart rate, no enlarge- drink it.If you suspect that the caffein in coffee disagrees at first,but you'll copr.1937.sl'.Futur.
--I care of such associates as ment of the thyroid gland, no bulge with you..try Postum's 30-day test Buy a can of SOOn love Postum arnmeata.G.F.Corp..LeCC.

.: seemed lacking in the faith. 'Twasa ing of the eyes, no trembling or ner- Postum and drink it instead of coffee for a fall month. for its own rich '. ............'.. ...... .
great boon to the floral design vousness), it would be difficult to If..after 30 days..you do not feel better, return the flavor. A product of ,DONT BEA 6l.oOM--;
Postum container top with your name and address to General Foods. (Offer
f "i business, too, while it lasted. locate the cause as due to an over- General Foods, Battle Creek, Mich., and wo will refundS expires Dec.31,1937.) 'M .DRINK' ........fbS'1U/Yl...,., ..-'!" ,.'.- Jpy
IRVIN S. COBB. active thyroid gland except for the
'-'; WNU Ser\Ice. rr.cta'olism: test.

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'The Clcwiston News trying to get but help in paying local .:,.:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;. ing the other day. A farmer took with the title of Master of Cere
taxes for operating expenses some of his own and neighbor boys monies. I have written speeches for

--.- ----,.---.' ---'- .- which cannot legally be construedas RAMBLWGS out with him when he went to trac- Nathan Maya\and Dave Sholtz when
Pi : ..vii ":vt-rv Friday In Clewiston, an obligation of the. state and .e tor a large field. Beginning' at the radio officials wanted it in black

F i-y the CLEWISTON NEWS, which should not in any event be .:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:.-:.., outside he drove the tractor round and white before they'd give us a .rrl;
In charged to the motorist.It and round until he reached nearly microphone-but imagine ME tryin' Wto
was a "fine thing" for the mo- We had occasion the other day to the center of the large field. The tell Fred what to say and whento

torist here in Fort Myers to help write one of the women's magazinesfor rabbits were running for shelter by say it!

!'veathley Bowden, Editor build and pay for a state road: up in some information. The letter be- that time,, and the boys killed, ''them :Monday thousands of exhibit visitors
Wakulla county because over that gan thus: "Womans Home Companion : with big sticks. A rabbit can be and countless radio listeners

:itered a? second class mail mat- road ,tourists might come to Fort New York City, Gentlemen:"!1 1 dressed quicker than you can say I heard Bernarr MacFadden, publisherof
tor February 1, 1927, at the Post Myers. State roads are for all the At first it struck us as a rather inappropriate -j Jack Robinson. And after two daysof Liberty, Physical Culture and a'

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under people of the state and it is proper salutation, then we de- that, he took a truckload of rab- score of other national periodicals, .
the Act of March 3, 1897. I that all the state, as represented by cided, that if there was an ideal bits to the Tampa market and sold extol the healthful advantages of
all the motorists, should pay for "', omans Home Companion" it them for 15 cents each-the truck 1 Florida's climate, the superior

these roads. But it is not a fin should be "Gentlemen", so we let load was something more than 200 health qualities of her fruits and
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year thing, nor a right thing nor a legal it stand. ![''I''I vegetables and advocate perm-
Advertising rates on application. I
thing to bill a Fort Myers automobile anent residence to those who would
owner for the strictly lcoal taxes ofa And do we miss the whistle! It i paid the youngsters well for their I extend their span of years.

Devoted to the advancement ana property owner in Wakulla coun- got us out of bed in the morningand hunting and made a nice profit on .Colonel Harold Colee, president
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry ty. As that is precisely what these local told us when it was noon, and the deal. Rabbits are never out of of the Florida State ,Chamber of
County. bills do we should like to ask helped us wind up our office workin season and they are delicious. i: Commerce, ably presented those
Governor Cone, Treasurer Knott, the: time to get in a set of tennis before I facts that make Florida so inviting

supreme court or anybody else how dark. We aren't exactly a clock The Governor of Ohio and the I lto l the tourist and investigator.

Tuesday morning we waked up they can possibly find justificationfor watcher, and we actually haven't Governor of Pennsylvania will speak I j I Each day this week some out-
with a feeling that fall is in the air. that in either law or common been on time for lunch since the.' to the Governor of Florida as a feature standing Floridian has participatedIn

It put pep in our step. j sense? whistle "broke] down." As one of Governor's Day at the Great programs especially arranged to

It is so clearly, flagrantly and offensively -I house-wife put it, we all miss it!'Lakes Exposition in Cleveland next stress the varied resources and opportunities -

Another drawback to success, wrong that when the governor -! more than we could any other one I week. We don't, know what they will the state offers. Climax-

says the Cocoa Tribune, is that by I I gets it straight in his mind I'I'I thing in town. say. You remember what the Gov- ing the week will be AgriculturalDay

the time, you are rich enough to I we have no doubt he will withdraw i I ernor of North Carolina said to the I Saturday with Hon. Nathan

sleep late you"re so old that you his approval. If he does not and if I Tennis remains the town's chief J I Governor of South Carolina one Mayo as guest speaker, and Govern- ,a,.at

wake up early. the courts should by some strange !, port and the court the best 'gathering -I l'time. This may. be as momentous an or's Day, Sunday when Fred Cone, ,,,4
chance uphold these local bills the spot. Among the inveterate j i excJamation.I In his own inimitable style, will per-

One of the earliest forms of sit- way has been opened for seizing not I I players are a father and son,-both I sonally extend Florida's- greetingsto

down strikes was that of small bro- only gas tax money but other state' of them among the best. The father I Said one. man to another, "You visitors and listeners and officially -
thers of a courting sister, who perched funds for suc'h local activities as'' wears shorts, the son, longies. Might, look all in today, Biil. What's the dedicate the new features of the

in the parlor and refused to move swimming pools, beauty contests and I be titled, Looking Forward and I trouble?" Bill replied, ","Well I*'exhibit.j '

for less than a nickle. The custom I county commission trips to Europe.Is Looking] Back. didn't get home until daylight, and!j Altogether it is a ,gala week in-
still exists, but the "take" has risen Ito the governor in favor of'that? If(' I just as I was undressing my wife ]! deed and one that means much to
not he had better check 'up on the ground waked and 'asked if I wasn't get-'
a quarter.-Clermont Press. ,i A new Willys town, and up : Florida in an advertising way.
use these 25 counties intend to makeof the new models are so well disguised -I ting up 'a little early. Just to avoidan : Cleveland newspapers, radio stations

THE "IS ['S" the money he is willing to let that you can't tell whether they argument I put on my clothes : and Exposition 'officials have been
them have. When he does so he will coming going. and came to work." i
are or < most generous in giving space, time
The Chicago Daily News gives find that he has given the nod to i A new Austin went through the I and attention to the exhibit, and the

one of the best homely definitions the very thing his administrationhas other day. We were driving along : actual value of the immense amountof
we. have ever seen of Communism, been standing against-which is behind the diminutive car and saw A 2nnnGM"nnnnn"nnnn: 3mna.I' publicity secured for the state as
Socialism and Facism. It's this: If the shakedown of the state treasury "Austin Seven" painted the I
on rear., {fa direct ,result of this special program -
you have six cows, Communists take fotf the benefit of those who have no You 'tell us what' the seven means, Too Late To Classify '' alone is- difficult to estimate.i .

all, Socialists take three of them, just or valid claim upon it. I' 'cause we can't figure it out. I' i The day of my arrival at the Ex-

and Facists let you keep them and CJ3y 'ussell Kay I position the two millionth visitor

feed them but take the milk.A SEX. PEPPER. UNAVAILINGLY I' Norman Storey, former Clewiston I passed thru the turnstiles for this

FIGHTS; NEW DEAL SUGAR BILL boy, and his friend Gene Reiers visited tsCrllm aaD aaAm."Saan.MeMI year, bringing the total to over eight
BOY AND A GUN here attended the Ex-'
briefly Friday. They were million who have
CLEVELAND: Darn this guy
Senator Pepper's slashing attackon en route to Fort Myers for the wed- to position during the two seasons to
ten Earl Brown! Here I was tryin'
Monday afternoon a lad'about pet Roosevelt Administration' ding of Miss Brevard Nesbit and S. this date. But it boosts the Florida attendance -
a stay home and behave myself
:years old was indulging in the sportof j L. Stewart. 2nd. Both'' boys were record to beyond 29,000- '
measure in the Senate yesterday summer and along he comes with a
shooting a "BB" gun into the i ushers at the wedding. They had to 060 when we go back to its open-
the of
water of the wading pool in the should win him nothing but praise mess of temptation in form an
rush back to Miami as they were to Florida Exhibit ing the first year at A Century of
visit the
recreation center while several small I in Florida. Calling the sugar quota I be attendants at a Miami wedding invitation to Progress in Chicago, add the attend-
children were frolicing in the pool. bilI'an attempt to establish "an Sunday afternoon. Such popularity! at the Great Lakes Exposition and ance at the Rockefeller Center show
in "Florida Week" fes-
Just whose duty it is to keep law of scarcity rather than an participate
I economy They'll soon have their "three timesa tivities. and the number who have passed
Now know I
and order at the pool is a little be- economy of plenty," the young Sen- bridesmaid, never a bride" quota. you can thru the Manor House here to date.
side the point. To begin :with, the ator declared the New Deal policyof just about anything but "tempta- And the advantage is, Florida '
business with the restricting "has tion" and Earl has a way of dishin'it
had madeus
boy no gun production
has thousands of dollars worth .
Several local farmers have' made i now
out that just naturally sweeps a
over there near small children. BB dependent for both food and exhibit'material 0-
application through the office of: fellow off his feet here I of marvelous ready
right so
guns are dangerous for one BB 'shot clothing on what may come to_ be : that affordsan
for at
the county agent for a federal crop : display any point
am back in Cleveland and as the
will blind a child as quickly as a the charity of foreign producers." to tell Florida's,
i loan to put in a fall Little opportunity
larger shot if it lands in the eye. It'i crop. post cards say, "Havin' a. good time
These frank- words
are coming numbers
to of
I ground is being prepared now, as story large prospec-
and wish :you were here.
Is an unthinkable thing that a' boy from a 'freshman" Democratic Sen- and in-
tourists homeseekers
I experienced farmers feel that the ,
] Last year it seemed to me that
be to shoot
would permitted a
gun ator who
: only a weeks ago was vestors.No .
children. risk of too much rain in Septemberis we had just about as complete and
near being heaped with encomium because matter what form of advertis-
greater than they wish to take.
comprehensive an exhibit as ,it was
After all this business of
he took as the topic of his ing contemplate for the future -
October first sees much seed in the we may
possible to create. II over-shadowed
ining children is largely up to the maiden effort the floor defenseof National Exhibits
on a Florida
ground as that time has been set
as else and
everything on the grounds
parents. If your boy has a gun, makeit the Administration relief blil should receive first consideration.IS .
your business to see that it is without qualifying restrictions I the customary ending of the rainy stole the show from the day the

used properly and that he does not season. gates opened, but I'm tellin' you it's
which the late Floor Leader Robinson -
discharge it promiscously. I so much improved that it.is practic- YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?
wished to place on the spendingof 'I Farcu
During the week-end, a couple of the money. The Loan Board ally a new show and I guess it's a
larger boys roamed around over the I has instituted suit in Glades countyto good thing they are goin' to close
vacant lots in the residence section I Senator Pepper is concerned primarily collect a loan made a farmer in the Exposition this :year for if it

shooting a 22 rifle at stray birds. with saving the agricultural 1934. In Lake county the board is went much 'farther they'd have to

Discharging a gun in' the city limitsis interests of this State which have I foreclosing on property on which a change the billin' to read "See the

strictly against the law, and thisis I suffered much unfair discriminationin mortgage was given to secure a Great Lakes Exposition at the > ROUND-TRiP a'' ,
another very dangerous practice both sugar and winter vegetables loan. It is understood the board will FLORIDA NATIONAL EXHIBIT in MV TICKETS '

that should be stopped. These boys I because the Administration has desired -I take action to collect unpaid loans. Cleveland". ? GOOD IN COACHES i,.. I

have bird hunted in the to play the generous big brother Florida week] this year; is the SOLD EVERY DAY BETWEEN

section before, but the other instance I to Cuba and other countries. Butt I Revival of the pineapple industryon highlight the entire show period. ALL ATLANTIC COAST LINE]

of a boy shooting in the water at the principle is just as important I the East Coast reminds us that State, city and Exposition officials STATIONS WITHIN 125 MILES]

children playing in the pool is some- vhen applied to. the country as a up in Tasmania, an isolated community have quit every, other activity to act > O F SELLING STATIC AT

thing new, and something that I 'vhole. I in northern Glades cou ty. as hosts to a raft of Florida digni- L GREATLY REDUCED PRICES

should never happen again. I Charity begins at home, and the I the industry has never really died. taries that extend from His Excel- UNUSED RETURN PORTIONREDEEMABLE ,
I growers and farmers of American Its chief proponent through the past lency Governor Fred P. Cone on

WRONG states, ought not to be sacrificed ev- ten years has been Miss Jane' Fara- down to your diminutive and hum- ASK THE AGENT TICKET

"n to bring prosperity to neighbor'ng -i bee, who ,has cultivated several acres ble correspondent, who for some unknown 8Bi I A

11 : (Fort Myers News-Press) little nations, to say nothing of all she could care for, of the reason has been burdened j -

"It's your money," Governor he fact that such restrictions in-,; Golden Abakka (spelled several .-_iI__-- ----- __ 4Franklin "'
Cone was quoted as telling ,officials jvitably increase the price of evryday ways, but pronounced like that) va-
of 25 counties in supporting their food for home consumers. i! riety: That's the same variety that J -, .

move to chisel money from the state Florida has been particularly is' giving East Coast pineapplers sucha
gasoline tax through local bills of ard hit by these magnanimous ges- whirl this season. They are large Co.
disputed legality. :'ures of the State Department and golden meated fruit, with less rough- Mail Distributors Fort Mjers, Fla.

It isn't their money and they have "enator Pepper deserves credit for age than other varieties, and much Gentlemen Please send me, without obligation :
no right to it. The money belongs 'tis courage in making his vigorous jucier. They sell at West Palm Beach This complete information about Servel

!;; to the state. It was paid by motorists protest in the Senate, futile though markets now for 25 cents -each. / K Electrolux, the Kerosene Refrigerator.
I r'";; of Florida under an act levying 't was so far as getting the bill am- Miss Jane's pineapples were exhibited Coupon.

: \ .. a tax of three cents gallon for the nded to give the State a better each year at the Chicago; World's I ; tt i Name .......'.......;............................................
Fair as the choicest in the state. !P. ,.,
J specific purpose of building: and pay- -leak. In this instance he found I .,' .' .'
<;: ing for state roads. That's what the Mmself the victim of the New Deal ,.' '
'1, ." law says and by no stretch of legal team roller which he himself has "We've heard a lot about frog legs, L I Street or R. F. D. .......... ...........................

.::. imagination can it properly be I elped heretofore to run over other and how profitable, frog hunting is. 1
diverted to any other purpose as ':pponents on other issues. He now It never :appealed to us, a great deal, I I Town .................................. State................ E

: the 25 counties are seeking to do. I ':nows how it feels. Tampa' Times. but wo heard of a new type of hunt; : ... """ .;,..j""T"1. .,;":' T"= -:- ;v:1:=.: '.'.:1. ;r
', J They do not want the money for 1-
building or paying for state roads; . .... ... .. ..'. . ......... . . .-. . . . ...... .. .... .. ... .
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they want it for something else, for I : .H- : : : : .-. : --. .-.-.-.-.-. .-.-. II

purely local enterprises which haveno : jjER.I: ;:;

In claim bestowing whatever his on blessing state support.Gover-I r.-- ; E. \ .

nor Cone is as wrong about what ......' Life ,.' ,-.. -. ; .:.
they want to use the money for as- 'S."

;,' he is on their right to it. "I think 11 a' Health and Accident iii

k I it's a fine thing," he said, "helping T .
Fire '
a lot of counties get out of debt.; 'l GE ; ER.AL INSURANCE ::
But that is not what the' 25 coun- I.. WindstormAutomobile .:.
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I ies are asking help for. They area .

? already out of debt. They were help- ,'.
ed out of debt bj; the very fund they .. Liability _:
now seek to rifle. Their road bonds
have been paid off. It isn't help in i ,

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... f".J.i ..,/."................................................................................."W...( Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Miss The Rev. H. W. Tyler spent Avant, Ed Clark, Harry Knight, Bob I:Gulf, Hamilton, Hendry, Highlands, '.::1

.:. .:. Margery Hood, E. E. Kelly, and Mr. i Thursday in Felda at work on the Logan, Coburn Moore, Ed Ward and Leon, Marion, Orange, Putnam, n

4 i_: Personal I MentionMiss ;? and Mrs. S. T. Kelly and sons spent I Felda Methodist church. i. Harold Vickers of Pahokee. I I Seminole, and Suwannee. '>'

the week-end at Miami Beach. I ,j
. . . ..
II .. ".N.N.N.N.N.IrN. .N.N.N.N.H.N.NIN. .NIN+ .N.N.NNIN. .1.I.1..N.. I Mrs. Ella Carson and Mrs. Em- IISS KATHRYN CARTER IS

Beatrice Jacobs is spending a Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and I ma W'eekley visited Thursday in : HONORED AT BUFFET SUPPER --- ". : .: ..:. --lff:; .JJr

vacation in Miami. sons, ;Bob and Dick, are spending Fort Myers. .1

their vacation in Western 'North A buffet supper at the home ofMr. .

Mr. and Mrs. C. Wilson were Carolina.Mrs. Miss Katherine Curry spent the and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle Friday !, j ,"

visitors yesterday in Immokalee. week-end in Immokalee with Mrs. evening complimented Miss Kathryn ". "!.

W. W. Perry and sons, Billy Delbert Gilmore. Cagier, their attractive niece, who w. I .-.

Bill Palmer spent yesterday in and Johnnie, have returned from a returned to her home in' Atlanta Sat- ,

West Palm Beach. visit with relatives in Blakely, Mrs. Ida Anderson, Mrs. Art irday after a two months visit. J

Georgia.Mrs. Reckwerdt and Pete, Anderson madea Guests included Miss Carter, Miss '
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Smith and trip Tuesday to Fort Myers. Beth Nall, Miss Roberta George, I '

children visited Sunday in Moore W. F. Simpson and Mrs. J. Miss Mary Mobley and Miss Sandy

Haven E. Lovvorn' of Okeechobee were Mrs. A. L. Taylor Miss Edna Dryer Welles Halson Avant, Harry Knight, I

guests tof Mrs.. K. Bowden Wednes- ,Miss, Jean Addicks and Junior Ed Clark, Ken Swayne. and Boyd ,"{

E. L. Stewart made a business day. Addicks were business visitors Fri- Vorhees. I

trip to Tallahassee the first of the day in Fort Myers. I IIT'S
week. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Ford had as RAILROADS MAKE EFFORTTO \

their guests over the weekend.lIiss
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Small, their REDUCE THEIR TAXES
Bessie Culbreath and Sam Wood-
\ Mrs. Frank Cothern was the, guest daughter Linda, and son, D. G., are EASY WITH
ham of West Palm Beach. Avon Park Aug. 17 (FNS .
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spending several this
of friends in Moore Haven Friday days week at
their Railroad efforts to reduce their tax-
; afternoon.. cottage at Punta 'Rassa. \Jqd'\
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm W. Bigg es by half through injunction pro-

-- left Thursday afternoon for two Mrs. Ida Cram and Howard For- ceedings have brought action from piAN
Miss Alma Crews of Fort Myers PAYMENT
weeks near Asheville, North Caro- rey of Atchinson, Kan., left Mondayfor more than a score of counties in the
visited her sister, Mrs. E. C. Mills,
I lina. West Palm Beach after a visit plan to coordinate the efforts of all
I .with Mrs. Corrine Forrey.Mr counties through employment of Give your children every

Mr. and 1Irs.S.. T. Kelly and sons I counsel to resist court proceedings opportunity they deserve in
Mrs. Charles E. Miner I
and left Monday for their home in
instituted by the major trunk lines
and Mrs. Mark Poole and your own home. A playroom,
.L were visitors in Fort Myers Wednes- Kearney Missouri, after visting George Poole made a trip who have paid only half their taxes den, workshop, complete
-, day evening. E. Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. 'T. Thursdayto
', : E'j Fort Myers where George Poole for two years and have already announced freedom. All these plus

Shelley for several days. went for medical treatment. they will refuse full pay- security are theirs and yoursIn
A. C. McLean of Fort -
:/ Myers was own home. You can
ment next ;year. T. V. Conway, Highlands your
transacting business in Clewiston Miss Kathryn Carter left Satur- purchase a home now and

'. :3esterday. day for her home in Atlanta, after Sherman Luckey, James Johnson, county school board chairman, pay like rent over a long
Pete Anderson and who is chairman of the steering com- with
spending two months here visitingher Harry Anderson period our Budget-
motored Sunday to mittee, states other counties will Monthly Payment Plan. It's
Mr. and Mrs. Gratton George left uncle and aunt Dr. and Mrs. J. Fort Myers
Beach. join the fight during the coming ten advantageous to buy or build
., Tuesday for a week's stay at Silver W. Ezelle. days when their respective boards now In face of rising prices!

( Springs. .----
,'.. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Burchard meet.
'' Miss Betty Spicer and her guests, Mrs.
: Miss Miss Seale Ida ,Cram, Miss Ida Forrey, Jimmy The situation, brought to the attention -
Betty Whatley of Sebring is Effinger, of Jacksonville,
: Lofton and of .the counties in two recent -
> the guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Miss Ella Fay Price of Gaines-I Howard Forrey were
; vistors meetings at Orlando by Comptroller Clewiston Federal
and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt. I ville, were week-end guests of Miss Saturday afternoon in Fort
',' I Ii Myers. J. M. Lee and Attorney General -
Dorothy Purchase at Miami
i. ; I Gary D. Landis, has resulted in Savings and LoanAssociation
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wiandt and
arrangements by the steering com-
family returned Friday from a vacation Mrs. O. C. Benbow who has been Tom Hull and sons, Junior and
mittee to retain J. Velma Keen, Tallahassee -
: i r spent in Georgia. visiting her son, Clarence O. Ben-! Lynn Hull made ,a trip Sunday to
former Sarasota county
,,' bow, has gone to Lake, Worth for the Devil's Garden. Hugh Hull, who

", Ralph O'Neal left Sunday for a a week's visit with friends. had been at work there, returnedto legislator, to coordinate the resist- __ m\'VI"' "Jf.f' Y
ance of county commissioners and
visit of several days: in Statesboro, LaBelle with them Sunday night.
school boards of counties involvedor
...... Georgia. Carline Berner had her tonsils removed -
4 about to be involved.
Saturday at the Good Sam- MRS. NOWLING WINS HIGH
; Those which have
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Turner were aritan hospital in West Palm Beach. SCORE AT BRIDGE WEDNESDAY already 'con-
tributed' to the chest raised
guests Sunday of Mrs. Joan Wilsonin She returned home Sunday and is war -
'. for the which is
struggle headed
':'. West Palm Beach. recovering nicely.F. Mrs. R. C. Nowling won high t
for the United States supreme court, d
score prize at the Wednesday even- i r :A r r r r .7,,,
Norman C. Storey and Eugene C. Deane Duff, who left last week ing bridge club which was enter- include: Alachua, Broward, Clay,

Reier of Miami were visiting brief- on a month's vacation, joined Mis. tained this week by Mrs. Thomas B. Dixie, Flagler, Gilchrist, Glades,

ly in Clewiston Friday. Duff who was in Asheville, North I Shelley. The prize was I a hand made
Carolina, with her parents. Theyare buffet set. Mrs. Harry Turner received L. B. Mersh--on-- I
:1 Bob Lanier of Wilmington, North I I'
visiting relatives in St. Louis a novel ash tray as consola-

.J Carolina, is visiting his brother, W. and Chicago. tion, and Mrs. Campbell E. Nail a AGENT

..' H. Lanier and Mrs. Lanier.. I I luncheon set as cut prize. New York Life

Mrs. B. O. Bowden and
'. granddaughter Others playing were Mrs. C. R.

week Emmett from Cuthbert Shelley Georgia returned, wherehe this I Anne Lingenfelter of Cruze, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. B. Insurance CompanyARCADIA 11E1'OL1EACKSONVIhLE!

Clearwater, Mrs. Basil Bowden, Bill .J. Schroeder, Mrs. Roy Alston and /\, FLORIDA
has been visiting his mother.
and Mollie Bowden, of Okeechobee, Mrs. Shelley.

Mixon I were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Keath- J

....r., Miss Ruth spending aI ley Bowden Wednesday.Mrs. CHAULES MINER CELEBRATES J. M. CO USE'
two weeks: vacation in West Palm i
Beach and Miami. Counselor and Attorney at Law
t W. Dean King returned Friday ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT at this

from Baltimore where she went Mrs. C. E. Miner entertained Hopkins BuildingVednesc1I"s modern, fireproof hotel in the heart of down.
Miss Marcia Avant, Miss Ulla for observation and treatment at large a \ and Saturdays town Jack onv lle. Every room with tub and:
group of children Saturday afternoon shower soft fan radio limited!
Jacobsen and Jones Bryan spent water, ceiling ,
- ..., Sunday in West Palm Beach. Johns Hopkins hospital. Her friendsare celebrating the sixth birthday 0:30 to 4:00 summer door., .. Every Bed! with mnersprmgmattress
". delighted that she is much improved of her son, Charles. After a pea-' and reading lamp. Running ice

in health.C. nut hunt and water on every floor.
,.' Mrs. C. R. Cruze -and her brother various games on the NORGE REFRIGERATORS AIR CONDITIONED
t". lawn, the children COCKTAIL LOUNGE COFFEE SHOP
were served with
< M. F. Palmer visited over the Parkinson left last week for ice Furniture and Home Furnishings DINING AND MEETING ROOMS
cream and individual
r: week-end with relatives in St. Cloud. cakes. RateS'-Sms'e, with Private Bath
,, ; a vacation trip to Michigan and the PHILCO RADIOS
I. Favors of bubble pipes and novelty 73 Rooms $200 SO Rooms $2.50

New England states. He was ac- candies were distributed 40 Rooms $3.00 24 Rooms $3.50
to the -
Mrs. B. E. Nail, sr., who has been
ompauied-- by his sister, Miss Edwina happy of Household FurnishingsInc. 10 S.mpl. Room with, Pawn Bath J'OOSlljki
r I ill for a few weeks, has gone to the group youngsters. ",crt.. lor doubt OCCUDIXCY
Parkinson of Alva and Miss Those
Arcadia hospital for treatment. attending were Bobbie .. .
Bertha Ors / 8 POUND Hot i.MOIU
., Gram of Moore Haven. Berner, Kay Bowden, Jo Anne pAiifN y HOIEt oesoio

; : Crouch! Emma Jane Ezelle O.ea..o,. 1._ S... ..s c.
Mrs. George Terrell and baby son Bobbie ... .. .
Ed Clark, Ed Ward, Dick Hooks and Dickie Hanna* Clare BELLE GLADE FLORIDA, T "': -- -.c-L-;;":!
Jones, Rich-
: have returned from a visit with rel
: and Jack
Kinsey were in Fort My-
;'. atives in G orgia.j Knight, Junior and Bub Mills, -
ers Sunday. The boys played with Rachel Miner, Patsy Meredith, Shirley I -

; .C. L. Downs left Monday for a va- the Immokalee baseball team in a Owen, Anne Prewitt, Louise ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.::..:..:..:.+:..:..,..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. :::..:..:..:..:..: :: '
game Fort Myers. The Immo Prewitt, Vollney Robbins, Bobbie - &
t cation in Hendersonville, North kalee players were victorious.Mr. Smith, David and Helen Lee Schoen
j: Carolina. r.
Brother Vaughn, Corrinne and El-
and Mrs. A. B. Mobley of ..
Mrs. Keathley Bowden and sons, Jacksonville eanor VonMach, Marion Vowell, rCLEWIS I ; fiOLP-- s
arrived Saturday fora / ,
Kay and Paul spent Sunday in Okee- Ward and Jean Yenawine.
__ I chobee. short visit with their son, Gordon ---. N
$. Mobley and family. They left Tues HARRIET ALSTON'S BIRTHDAY

day, accompanied by Miss Mary
':J' Mr. and Mrs. Arthur King and Or3ERVED| WITH PARTY I'
Frances Mobley who has been visiting -
Mrs. C. O. Benbow and children have -

returned from a visit with relatives her brother here for several Harriet ,Alston observed her !.I COURSE
weeks.W. .
;- in Citronelle, Alabama. eighth birthday with a party at the :. I;

home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .
Settle C. Prewitt made a trip to Cuba :i: ,(, r;' :;:
Mrs. Charles} Mrs. D.r Roy Alston yesterday afternoon. I
over the week-end returning with
C. Settle of Moore Haven and Made- After an afternoon of games en- y ..
'+ --
his eleven year old son, W. C. Jr., : ---
line Settle of Cleimont were busi- joyed on the lawn, Mrs. Alston, as- y
who has made his home with his ,\
ness visitors here yesterday.Mrs. sisted by Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, serv-
maternal I Imother's Y
grandparents since his
ed delicious fruit punch, and. cakes y I

J. A. McGehee was a business death ten years ago. The to the little guests. y'.. --' I :.
kid will enter school here in tho
visitor Wednesday in Fort My- Invited were Carline Berner, y

, ers. and Mrs.spent S. L.the Crochet day at accompaniedher the beach. fall Spanish ings., language and will though doubtless of his he new speaks soon surround acquirethe only laub Charles tian,, Jo Junior Benbow Ann Mills Crouch, Mary, Charles, June Nell Miner Espen-Chris-, is i [ Open to the Public ] : I I.s' _

Mr. and Mrs. Glen Etherton, Mr. Shirley Moon, Betty Jean McDuffie, .
and Mrs. Joe Cato and Wilbur Mc- Nora Oglesby, Louise Prewitt, Joe :

Gehee have returned from a fishing LaBELLE NEWSLarry Schroeder, Grace Ward and Carol y's. ii
I Iy +
trip in the Gulf of several days. Joy Alston. Y

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Lindy of Wauchula was a
Mr. and Mrs., H. C. Kolstad and business visitor Friday in LaBelle DANCING HONORS -----......... +

; son, Kim, spent Sunday on a fishing .MISS MARY MOIJLEY MONDAYAn i
I trip to Pine Island Fort
near My- !
,::.A Mrs. A. W. Blake and Miss Edith '
. .-,, ers. r informal dancing party, sponsored .j. g
Magill made
a trip Saturday to
: :?fj' Fort Myers. by Miss Roberta George and Moderate Green Fees I *

Miss Dorothy Hare returned Sat Beth Nall Monday evening, honored

., urday from Ocala, where she hasbeen Mrs Lou Davis and Miss Ruby Miss Mary Frances, Mobley, who left ; Exceptional Fairways I II '_

visiting her father, P.. .M. Davis of Moore Haven spent Sunday Tuesday for her home in Jackson- .

; : Hare, Sr. with Mi. and Mrs. C. A. Davis. ville after a visit of several weeks :: Interesting Greens i :

.I Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones and Mrs. Julia Pfaff, Mrs. Carl De k- here.Attending were Misses Mary I :3.i: I .:

daughter, Marianne, have returne emeyer and Junior Addicks made a Frances Mobley, Hazel Prince, Dorothy -

from a vacation which they spent i in .trip Sunday to the Tyrrell Gardensat Hare, Sandy Welles, Roberta :: :;:;;:;;; ;:; .;:;:; ;. ;:;:; :11
Atlanta and Asheville. :..:..:..: ..:..:..: :..:.:..:, .-:..:..:....:..:++:..:.:..:. ':
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Now You'll Know'That

.. There is no grape in grapeQ, \

fruit, or bread in breadfruit. _
DAUGHTER A pineapple is neither pine

: nor apple.A .

prickly pear is not a pear.
An alligator pear is neither a

nor an alligator.A .
, Kathle NorrtiWNU pear
sugarplum is not a plum.
, ,. 'c. "I ": ,'" Apple butter is not butter.

All the butter is taken out of

u ., .__ ___ _. _.___._ buttermilk, and there is none in
butternuts or in buttercups.The .

, flies in the dairy are not

CHAPTER Continued "Matter?" Vi c k y responded "No, you can't go by anything," "You mean knowing that he was butterflies.

:" -15- brightly. "Too much Christmas! Vicky lifelessly agreed."In unfaithful, knowing that he despisedher Peanuts are not peas, and it

; "1 started trimming the Christ- "Yes, but it isn't that," she said, the old days, you see, it was and wanted to get away from is doubtful if they are nuts.

i. mas tree night before last," Victoria after a pause. "You were crying harder for 'em!" Magda 'presently her, knowing that another woman Sailors wear peajacketspeas -
f said. "I had to get some more this morning. What's the matter?" observed, as if thinking aloud. was reveling in his complimentsand do not they have peas-cod,
c things for it in town yesterday." Vicky turned raised eyebrows toward '.'Hard r for wives?" presents-in the love that be- which, by the way, are not fish.

i;,;. She stopped, remembering her in innocent surprise; "No, harder for the other wom- longed to her, to keep it up for

.:, Marsh's and the white shawl. The broke, and looked at the fire, biting en." weeksThe indignant summary
(' ,: sick reluctance to believe it all took her lip. "How d'you mean harder?" halted; Victoria, her cheeks scar-
possession of her again. "What is it?" persisted Magda, "Well, before there was so much let, was looking a challenge at her Dish-Drying Is a
':': "Quentin gone?" "It's nothing-really." divorce," Magda offered simply. "A mother.

p' 1:; "He went early,-I didn't see A silence. The older woman woman had to be a man's mistress "Weeks! Magda echoed. Picnic With TheseMore

00=., him." shrugged.; then, and that wasn't so good. Other "Months, anyway. Years, maybe."
." Weak blotted out all other "All right," Magda said then. women wouldn't speak to her,
misery "Years! Vicky echoed. And witha fun than a picnic dry-
!f.i'' emotions and she turned desperately "It's nothing." and the man himself got pretty sick brief and mirthless laugh she ing dishes with these cross-stitched

: toward the duty of the minute, "It's only," Vicky began deliberately of it after a while." Then he came plunged her head into her hands towels. Put color into them with
toward the wrapping and tying of in a thick voice that clearedas back to his wife.
and rumpled her hair. "You makeme cotton floss, and you'll have the t \
presents the heaping of bundles, she went on-"it's only that 1 "If she was a spineless fool," sup- laugh," she muttered scornfully. gayest, gladdest set ever! Here's '.
the fastening of trimmings on the think Quentin and I are going tor be plied Vicky.
"You see, she wants somethingthat pick-up work, that fairly flies for
tree that stood in lone cold state in divorced." "She didn't have much choice.
you've got," Magda offered each, motif's in 8-to-the-inch
the downstairs drawing room.It Their eyes met fully; both wom- That's the way things were." mildly.

was cold in the drawing room; en looked back at the fire. "That isn't the way things are "Well she have it!" 'a
can wr
Victoria worked in a sweater; left "Feel that way about it? Magda now! Women have changed all that, StY
"So that it's a sort of compliment,
half the trimming undone. There said mildly. Victoria looked up at least. God knows it's not fair,
in a way. You have to look at it
was no heart in it today. Christ- quickly. even now, that men can do what
like that Vic. You've to-well
mas had always been a wildly fes- "You know why?" she demandedin they do, and get away with, it! But I face the, facts. Quentin got is a terribly -,
tive time in the Hardisty family- surprise. at least a woman doesn't have to
attractive fellow. Women like
.",' even the dreadful first Christmas "I, suppose so," Magda said re- make a doormat of herself!,"
; and he's always going to be
< when Quentin and. Vicky and Gwen luctantly and uncomfortably. She "In' the old days she forgave him, around them-that's part of being'

: had all been ill. It would be no jerked her head in the general di- and in a few 'weeks he forgot all a doctor. Don't be a fool about it
such holiday tomorrow. It would rection of the Morrison house. "
about it Magda said.
' and run your head into the sand likea
14' never seem Christmas again. "Don't take it so seriously, Vic!" "I haven't any doubt he did." giraffe or whatever it is. A strange

4 ;: "Oh, my God!" Vicky said, standing her mother urged, after a silencein "But now his wife gets a divorce, woman will always have somethingfor

; still in the middle of the room, which she had obviously been I and then he has to marry the other a man that his wife hasn't got

:- putting her hands that were sore casting about for something to, say. woman, and she's Mrs. Joe Jones, '
from wires and string and tinsel, "Seriously!" Vicky blew her nose, ''or whatever it is, and she's won
that were cold and dirty, tightlyover wiped her eyes, spoke in a calmer out." "Yes, and a strange man something -

her eyes. "My God, what shallI and quite determined voice. "I'm I, "Not always," Vicky said. "The hotly, for triumphantly."So a woman.!I" Vicky put in

do!" not going to make any fuss," she man is apt to find that he didn't
Well, and what' had to be done said. "But if that's what Quentin I, want' her quite as much as he that if I wanted to run around

now? With the rest of the tree's wants, I won't stand in his way." thought he did." with-well, say Dr. Bledsoe, Quen 4
4 Nurse must help it was tin would presumably wait for me, .
trimming ;
"Oh, but you can't Ever be sure. "Oh, the man usually is stung,
r in this cold and bear everything, and then for-
too much to do alone
Quentin doesn't seem to me like a then," Magda agreed. "I know one "
to the get it as if it had .neve" been?
Victoria went out
room. man who'd go very far in anything fellow in New York-terribly nice
kitchen and asked Claus, the old like that. Look at the lovely way chap," she further expanded it, "But you're not that sort," Magda

German gardener, who was brewing he is with the children," Magda "who's paying three alimonies. It reminded her.

himself some coffee on the laundry argued."I keeps him broke, poor kid. He wantsto "I should hope I'm not!" Vic-

stove, to look at the drawing-room know." Vic's eyes watered. marry a dear friend of mine, toria exclaimed, again with an air Pattern 5358

w;.. radiators. Company tomorrow. "That's what makes it so ghastly," Pearl Ashburnley of scoring in the argument. But crosses. Think what a welcome

Then upstairs again to find beds she said in a whisper. "What have Victoria was not listening. strangely enough, against this mother gift just a. pair of these would

made, and the children dressed and you seen, Mother?" she asked. aftera "Quentin may wreck my life," of hers who had knbwn so many make at bridal shower or houser.s:
circulating about with their usual creditable ways, and who so rarely
pause. she said. "But I wonder how he'llfeel warming. But chances are you
uproarious' activity. Bricks, cray- "Oh, well, that he liked her," when he discovers that he's argued, or indeed said anything con, won't be willing to part with a

*; ons, railway trains, and blackboards Magda answered somewhat cautiously wrecked his own, lost his children, siderable at all, she could not seemto single one of this handy set. In

>. .. were all in evidence. The question "And certainly that she was made himself ridiculousShe score today. pattern 5858 you will find a trans-

'_ of stockings arose; when were they after him!" she added with more paused. "You don't think, Mother," Vic fer pattern of six motifs averag-

going to hang the stockings? confidence. "As far as the children go, if asked quietly, "that any woman ing 5 by 7 inches; material requirements -

4 "The holes of the nails we had "Well, she's got him!" Vicky said a man is successful and makes who had borne a man children, ; color suggestions;

;! last year are all here!" Susan said grimly. money," Magda said, "they pretty spent years of care and love on his illustrations of all stitches used.

;.', excitedly, in interested investigation "Vicky," her mother presently soon find good reasons for getting own child, nursed him when he was Send 15 cents in stamps or coins

at the hearth. began placatingly, in real uneasi- back to him. He takes one to Eu- ill, worried over his bills and his (coins preferred) for this patternto
"': "Mother," the gentle twin said, diet for seven years-you don't The Sewing Circle Household
ness, "you wouldn't break up a rope, or gives a car-
at her knee, "if we hanged them uome like this just because Quentin they don't take sides. You never think that that woman can calmly Arts Dept., 259 W. Fourteenth St.,

h now might they be' filled by sup- happened to look at another wom- resented anything I did, poor kid!" put up with his setting up a-a New York, N. Y.
per?" mistress, and shaming her and Please write your name, ad-
an? "Yes, but that was my mother!
"Oh, no, darling, because Christ- wronging her, and wronging his own dress and pattern number plainly.
"What else can a woman do when "I know. But I was the one who
mas isn't until tomorrow! children, too? And then when he's
everything she's ever loved and got out-I threw Keith Herrendeenover.
The nursery door opened; Gita trusted" Vicky stopped abruptly, You know, Vic it's an awful tired," Victoria rushed on, warmingto

shyly insinuated herself into the choked by the tears that rose in mistake to bring children into a her subject, "and comes home
closed the door again. calmly, she is to forgive him, and Finds Way to Have
her throat. "After all, one has some quarrel, because they don't understand -
:' : "Amah's sick, and M'ma said I pride!" she added, in a lower tone. and it just scares them." make a fuss over him again! Well, Young-Looking Skin

could come over," she said. "Oh, it's all so horrible," she said "I certainly wouldn't bring them perhaps there are women who at 35 !
could do it but I'm not ot T
one ;
Victoria's face paled, but there bitterly, half aloud. "It's all sucha into this!" Victoria protested almost them!"
was no one to see. nightmare!"
indignantly."Well (TO BE CONTINUED) ( ITS utterly wonderful how
;h; 1 "Come in, Gita. Better close it, "She'd marry him, like a shot," I I didn't suppose you would. takes away this "agefilm"in scientificcreme

dear, because Madeleine's gettingall Magda predicted. "She'd get a divorce I All you tell 'em is that Daddy is only 5 nights! At 30-
ready for her bath-aren't you, and a big settlement from and Birds' Muscles Centered; *; ks fie. 35-40 even women now
going to be away for a while, thrill to rose-petally soft,
my sweetheart?" She rubbed her Spencer Morrison, and then she'd' that you feel happy about it." Body Is Short and Deep smooth, youthfully clear
face gently against Madeleine's lit- skin!This Golden Peacock
marry Quentin. "Oh, my God," Victoria prayed, The whole secret of a bird's struc- Bleach Crcme acts the only way to free skin of
tle fluffy head and felt the tears, "She can," Vicky said, trembling. the full ture is found in its adaptation to dull, ugly,old-looking film of semi-\isible dark
.. hot and hurtful, in her eyes again "She knows Quentin is going to in an agonized whisper, as ening particles!A revelation for ugly blackheads,
" sense of her own helplessness and flight. This seems like stating a surface pimples, freckles, too! Try it! Get
and the agony of despair in her be the of them all Creme drug
biggest Magda if look into Golden Peacock Bleach at any
of the situ- commonplace yet we
:: heart. of the desperate nature or department store, or send SOc to Golden
went on. ation strengthened in her heart. the changes which flight has brought Peacock Inc., Dept.L-32o, Pans,Term.
, At noon Quentin telephoned. "It's like death said."It's ,
a Vicky a
to the structure of the bird ;
Daddy going to be away for a whileno we opena
J "
Vic will
"That Vicky? ,
you, you worse than a death! whole storehouse of interesting in- -
Quentin to into her room
,. look in the pocket of my coat-the "Oh, Lord, no, it isn't, Vic. It come formation observes authority in The Fearless One
r', gray coat-and see if there's a little happens all the time." from the dressing room in the early an The man who fears nothing is
the Detroit Free Press.
,"< black book there? I'll send down "But it never seemed as if it morning, when spring light was not less powerful than he who is
widening over the wet garden, anda On first glance, it may seem that
r: for it if you find it- would happen to me." Vicky fell feared by every one.-Schiller.
wood fire was snapping! No tired birds have nothing in common except -
"Just a minute, Quentin." It was into brooding thought. "It ends ev
: and feathers. Yet strip
: doctor for whom to call at the officeso wings ,
,, the doctor's wife talking; it was no erything-everything that I ever them of their feathers and all birds
. proudly so lovingly, in the late
longer only Victoria Hardisty.. In I built into my life," she said. "And afternoons,, and drive home to are fundamentally alike. The majority ITS: "F :te/L-1lne." IARG iOR01LQNE OT
:' a moment she was back. "It's here. perhaps I'm Perhaps men
-. wrong. of their directed
, warmth and fire and heartening din- adaptations are ;
,0 Want Claus to bring it in?" like the sort of women who go righton ner. No picnics on the scimitar toward one end: to transform a ATSC

!7' "Well, but won't that mean that in marriage and have their own shore of Half ivloon Bay, with heavier than air body into a flying sNOW-WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY

:... you've no car?" affairs! Perhaps a home and chil- Quentir's big figure recumbent and machine.

'; "I don't need it. I'm not going dren and a woman who loves him asleep on the sand, and small. First of all, the body of a birdis

\ out. I was downtown this morn- aren't enough." forms, barelegged to the hip. dig- light. Feathers, beautiful and Worms cause much distress to children and
Dr.Peery's Dead Shot"removes
anxiety to parents.
"Oh I wouldn't that!
4 ing. say ging and running in the level warm delicate as they are, are \ the the cause with a single dose. 50c.
"Everything all right?" said soothingly. But something in rush of waves! strongest structures for their size AU Druggists

r. A pause. Then Vicky said heavi- her completely false tone made and weight known. Bones are hollow
'Feel happy about it! she
ly: Vicky laugh suddenly. she and thin-walled, not heavy and filled
echoed bitterly. "aid in despair
"I guess so." "But you think that, don't you, with marrow as those of mammals.
"Well, don't get too tired. I'll be Mother?" she asked, looking up, her added: "I shall never feel happy There are no heavy teeth, but in- Vermifu c
I do
again! There's nothing can
home haggard cheeks suddenly scarlet. tail
early. stead a light horny beak. The
Vicky put down the telephone, "Well, yes-and no," Magda said, Whatever I do is wrong! has been telescoped and a secondary Wrlebts Pill Co..100 Gold Street N. Y. City

stood up, and somehow moved pondering. think most men would "People get over divorce, Mag- tail of light, air-resisting feathers -

" blindly toward her bed. In another like a mother-wife and a-a show- da said. is used as a rudder in flight. WNU-7 33-37

moment she was flung upon it, in a off wife," she formulated it slowly. "I never will." The birds' muscles are not scat-

passion of tears. To have to end "They love home first, and to finda "Funny thing," Magda mused, as tered all over the body, but in- Guilt Is PunishmentThe

all this-to have to end the happy big steak ready, and a fire, and her daughter's bitter laugh died stead are centered in a compact greatest punishment for ....
years when she had felt so sure kids all washed and fresh and readyto away into silence and the room was mass. The large, heavy flight mus- having done an injury is the fact

that she and the children were be shushed off to bed, and some- still. "If a woman-I mean the wife, cles of the wings are located on the of having done it.-Seneca.

enough-to have next Christmas day one to love them in a quiet sort of now-could only keep her mouth breastbone. Birds have small calves

dawn on a nursery to which Daddywas way. And then they like another shut and wait, she'd win out every and most of the muscles are on the checks

'a stranger woman to flatter them, and meet time." upper legs close to the body. The ,

.them places, and be admired." "You mean kiss a man, and be body itself is short and deep, with r1n ALARUA
"What's the matter, Vicky?" Vicky considered this, a faint kind to him and keep his house all its parts centralized thus bring three days

Msgda asked, late in the afternoon, scowl between her heavy brows. comfortable, and let him go off ing the relatively heavy lives, gizzard 1jU COLDS
when Vicky from sheer inability to "And what would a man think ofa to the other woman whenever h e and intestines close to the cen-

do anything more was lying idle wife who felt that way?" likes?" Victoria asked, in a proud, ter of gravity and affording the LIQUID. TABLETS DROPS Headache first 30 day minutes.
I 1 on the couch near the fire in the "Oh, well, you can't go by that, quick voice. smallest possible bulk to put SALVE, NOSE ,
upstairs sitting room. Vicky!" Magda assured her hastily. "Yep. About that." through the air. Try ab-M7.Tlsm"-World's Best UnlmeutT


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,, UNDAY OUR COMIC SECTION Sometimes it thrills e :

f CHOOL Lesson Anne just to sit I

: And look fc.t V
: of the Moody Bible Institute Front .
,. of Chicago. door. ':, ; !

'V I{ Western Newspaper Union. It le- .ds to all tKe ; ; i

;. Lesson for August 22 f| | SNOOPIE |10[ | To. world pity tKfct's in 'U'\d mine }:!!l

.I A NATION'S LIFE. I (( I JI" III''; explore.
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LESSON TEXT Exodus 23:1, 2, 8, 9; o la laQt
29:43-46: 403438.: : l -
GOLDEN TEXT-Blessed Is the nation ; -
whose God Is the Lord. Ps. 33:12. ;: g
PRIMARY TOPIC-The Meeting House.
.: JUNIOR TOPIC-The House of the Lord. _
-Why a Nation Needs Religion. WNU Service. a;
The Place of Religion in a Nation's Life. >1
:t The nation of Israel was under :
ffOuJeI/okl@1 :
the direct government of God-a ;
theocracy as distinguished from a ?,.
!; monarchy, or a democracy. God ,( @ QUeJ/iOllf .J.JFor

'" spoke to them through his servant ',.J" .JI

Moses, but his relationship to the 'I
people was far more intimate than =- i a Delightful Odor-Add a 1

'-:1 L.that{* of a distant power delivering drop of perfume to starch as it ,j!

,; '&, laws through a representative. God cools and children's dresses,
dwelt in the midst of his people, which require starch, will have a
.1 and today we consider how he made delightful fresh odor.
,j provision for a place in which toJ 1r: *

meet with them, for a holy priest- ems ; Keeping Apples-Apples will

J hood to minister before him, and keep longer if rubbed over with

. made known his personal presence a little glycerin, which can be
"V by a manifestation of his glory. washed off before the apples are

I. A Place to Meet God (Exod. used.

'I'I 251, 2, 8, 9; 29:43-46). *

Every place of worship, whetherthe Cooking Salt l\1eat-Salt meat,
tabernacle in the wilderness, or to be tender, requires longer boil-

i a church on a ,busy city street, ing than fresh meat.
testifies to the fact that man is *V

.. indeed "incurably religious. He is Maple Trifle-Crumble stale
a spiritual being, made by God cake crumbs in four custard cups

for fellowship with himself. He is : I- until half full. Over them pour
never satisfied until he meets God. I d R X0..7 maple syrup allowing about three

The pattern or plan for the taber- tablespoons to each cup. Allow to
nacle was given by God (v. 9), / stand twenty minutes. Then,pour
and was to be followed in every de- .crOE over a custard made as follows:

tail. But note that the people were (Cnprrlrht1Y. A'. U.) SAY h one cup milk, two eggs, two table-
to, make a willing offering of all spoons maple syrup. Heat milk
that was needed for its construc- and syrup to boiling point. Beat

tion. God gives man the glorious egg and one yolk until thick; add
privilege of partnership with him. hot milk and cook in a double
Shortsighted and foolish is the man WARM AND ALL- 3* VJELL- pEiDRI.E boiler until the mixture coats
", TheE (sO soDON'T 1t4I S5 A1ON
who grumbles because the church- You 1tNKTHROW( THE ONE PLACE I fSsoor the spoon. Pour over crumbs
needs money. ,A father might justas IT WOULD BE LUNCH TbsETriER( AS < > AS FARFI ER, while hot.' When cold, cover witha
well grieve because his children NICE TO HAVE AND I'LL GET ANOTHERI'MNOT FELIX meringue made from one egg
outgrow their clothing. Thank Godif A LITTLE THE CAR
your church is aKve and grow- '7iJNED up'- '01e, : ALL DAV : lated sugar and brown in a slow
ing, and be glad for the opportunity oven
- to buy it some "new clothes." -.4 r', *

I e' Sacrificial gifts and faithful build- -> Sparkling Glasses-To get a \

i n g according to God's plan, A beautiful sparkle on cut glass,

brought to completion a place of ,. wash in.cold water to which a
; meeting which God sanctified and few drops of ammonia have been

.. accepted. T added. Dry and polish with clean
.. II. Priests to Minister to God tissue paper. i

::' (vv. 44,45). Ei i
:: .';,'r; Note,' first, that they were men When Using Soda-To preventthe

:':;i...".;':. called' of God. Those, who stand : soda taste in foods in which
jtr.- to minister to him for the w
people l % soda is used as a leavening agent,
dare not appoint themselves, o r EIt dissolve the soda in'a small

seek an appointment by men. They amount of liquid called for in the

must be "God-called." > f BUT-P0 YOU ooD? IT'S PERFECT recipe before mixing, it with the
They were also sanctified, or or- ItH *- REALLY THlMK FIFTY MILLION SECTS other ingredients.WNU .
dained, by God. Only as men act in -AND THIS| IS| A LOUD II'M CAN'? BE WRONCthygt Service.

true recognition of God's selection BESIDES HUNCsR PLACE: FOR At4OvJ
1 and setting apart of his chosen PICNIC 2r

meaning.servants does ordination have real E r &:%" iiJllcg{ ( STOP

Finally, notice that the priests n'. ,
were "to minister to" God. His i rr CEi9llS AND

servants are to serve him, and thusto AD '
meet the need of the people for ii I, I I I (
whom they speak. They are "putin ->> fEYER !

trust with the gospel," and there- J$3fr7iVt. : ..
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fore to "so speak; not as $ L ik
Take This Good Old
pleasing men, but God" (I Thess. By
2:4): If you have that kind of a / Medicine for Malaria!

:' pastor, praise God for him, and OsbornecWNU j f9
give him your earnest support and When you've got chills and fever,
\ O .
\ you want real and ready relief. You
;r=..;'., encouragement. ,liii I I' '" x.NHEY X >'* ".;-.-
: don't want to go through the usual
"\'. ':< Exod" (())-WNU -
III. The Presence of God ( old misery.

29:45: 46; 40:34-38). Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic is

I ., He dwelt in the midst of his peo- :(: / WUUT'S THIS ? what you want to take for Malaria.
;:!t-,' pie. Christians also know what its F'R ---_ I YEZ SAN T STHAY HERE This is no new-fangled or untried
means to have "God with us," for WIT' THAT SMTUFF/ I preparation, but a medicine of
such is the very meaning of the GlT IT INSOIDEI i proven merit.
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic
name "Immanuel" (Isa. 7:14 Matt. con-
tains tasteless quinidine and iron.It .
1:23). He it\was who as the living quickly relieves the chills and
Word "became flesh and dwelt fever and also tends to build you
among us" (John 1:14). up. That's the double effect you
For our further instruction and : want.
blessing let us observe that when The very next time you have an
God dwelt with his people his glory N attack of chills and fever, get
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic and
"filled the tabernacle" (v. 34). Is
I start taking it at once. All drug
that true of
our churches? Have we .
J i stores sell Grove's Tasteless Chill
so loved God and so fully yielded E I Tonic, 50c and $1. The latter size
ourselves and our churches to him is the more economical.
that he is free to fill the place with
his glory? Y
r y
The word "abode" in v. 35 is

significant. What blessed peace and ,. OF
assurance must have come to Is-
rael when they knew that God had THE
come to abide with them. In this Don't Neglect Them I
world of transitory things we need So-if-{' LANDLORD Nature designed the kidneys to do ft
F Ol CsUESS> k marvelous job. Their task is to keep the
such an anchor for the soul-God's PUT -/E7L OUT, E H? Y THEY ASK \ IFoRRY flowing blood stream free of an excess of
abiding presence. "HUT FER'? TUSTBECAUSE D y toxic impurities. ,Tho Act of living-lift
A itself-is constantly producing waste
-But God's people must move on. O'R' 'IMSOME THE RENT / matter the kidneys must'remove from,
J There are victories to be I OWE : MONTHS the blood if good health is to endure.
won, a /
RENT THERE When the kidneys fail to function u
promised land to take. So we readf Nature intended, there is retention of
that the cloud waste that may cause body-wide distress
arose they werer&v 7'' One may suffer nagging backache,
f to move forward, and when it was persistent headache,attacks of dizziness
,o "not taken then they (Grp getting up nights, swelling, puffiness
up journeyednot
under the eyes-feel tired,nervous, all
until the day that it was taken. C worn out.
f Frequent, scanty or burning passages
up. may bo further evidence i of dney orbladder
I The Psalmist tells us that "the disturbance.
i steps of good E The recognized and proper treatmentis
a man are ordered
, a diuretic medicine to help the kidneys
by the Lord" (Ps. 37:23). I believeit ret rid of excess: poisonous body waste.
was George Mueller of blessed By Ted k.VVS than Use Doan't forty years Pills.of They public have approval.had more Are
memory who inserted three words i { endorsed' the country over. Insist on
-"and Doan't.Sold at all drug stores.
stops. The man, or the I O'Loughlin F
church, or the nation, that trust w 1

God, will have both'"steps" and"stops" I &-WrU e :
"ordered by the Lord."


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$30,683.57. This is for the period were permitted to grow ,sugarcane, from all parts of the United States I bean Avenue and the West line of
from July 1 to Sept. 30. we would not insist that they be into Central and South Florida and Lopez the West Street line; of thence Lopez South Street along
to .
WASHINGTON able -to grow all of their crop In am proud of the fact that over 90% point 90 feet South of the Center a

MUNICIPAL'BANKRUPTCY sugarcane. :We Just want them to be of them have made good. We cer- line Railroad of the' Atlantic Coast Line
; East
NEiWSI BILL- The municipal bankruptcybill able to grow a part of their crop in tainly have the, cattleman's Paradiseof South line of Bahama Street the to .;' .

,. will a sort of the whole United States. the West line of Florida Avenue
known by us as the Wilcox bill, sugarcane-we say -Holly- Thence South Southeast, East; /
has now passed both the House and backlog, as it were. Thoy would have wood Sun. ., Northeast North along the West,

that to rely upon, a sort of a stable Southwest, South, Southeast, East
the Senate. In the Senate, Senator line of Florida Avenue to
Correct this the-
An sentence: Many men
Pepper of Florida made the motion crop. We would still let them go point where the East line of Flor-
with Cuba and in Florida will pay their poll tax'esany ida Avenue, extended, intersects
ahead In competition ,
for its consideration. Thus we had the North line of Bahama
way because there is a law saying : Street;
an example of major national legis- try to produce the tomatoes, ,for thence East along the North line
that such taxes are payable, and of Bahama Street to the East line
which have almost a hopeless
lation sponsored both in the House they of Istmo Street; thence
that the collected to' theschools.Melbourne' continue
and the Senate by Floridians, and market. Just give us a little backlog, money goes East' along the extension of the

FROM CONGRESSMAN the idea of this bill, which will as. and wo will be contented with that." Times North the East line line of of Bahama Francisco Street Street to

sist materially In working ''out muni- In answer to one of his colleagues, thence continue East along the;
PETERSON The WPA worker, putting the dirt South line of Arco Street and
U. HARDIN cipal d.ebt problems, originated in who chided the Senator for ,his vote extension the
to the
back in the hole he had dug, foundhe East
the Florida League of Municipalitiesseveral with the Administration on some boundary line of Clewiston Town-
had far too much dirt. site
"Silly", ; Northerly along the
other measures, Senator Pepper '
years ago.REORGANIZATION said the boss didn't boundary line of Clewiston
UNEMPLOYMENT TRUST FUND -- said: "So long as I am here I will you Townsite to the intersection of
bill which the hole deeper?"-Winter Haven the North Boundary line of
-The House has passed a BILL-One.; so just as far as my conscience and Herald. iston Townsite: thence Northwesterly -

will authorize a refund of nearly of the bills providing for reorganization -' the decent self-interests of my State of along the North boundary line

$1,000,000 to the State of Floridato will permit In an endeavor to live Clewiston Townsite to the point
of the government and providing The story is told of the traffic of beginning.

be placed in the unemploymenttrust IS for a department of public wel- in harmony with the administrationand officer: who stopped a young woman UNITED STATES SUGAR 'CORPORATION -

fund of the state. The bill fare and allowing consolidation and the party of which I am a mem- driver with the remark: "You were .

now on. the Senate calendar and ac- reorganization of various bureaus, ber, and I make no apology for driving 65 miles an hour." "Well," By CLEWISTON JAY. W. :MORAN, Treasurer:
at this session. Flor- REALTY AND DEVELOPMENT -
tion is expected passed the House Friday. that. she replied, "and I only learned to CORPORATION
ida was one of 13 states which did The discussion of the sugar bill By F. DEANE
It is of interest to Floridians to I drive this morning.-Titusville. DUFF, Vlce-PresI-
not comply with the social securityact continued until today when dent '
the over
note that about 20 years ago, Star-Advocate. No. 122, August C-13-20.
with respect to unemployment city of Lakeland had an industrial Senator Pepper drove home further

insurance ill 1936 as the Florida leg- survey conducted, and this was con-I arguments in the interest of Flor-

islature did not meet that year and ducted by Hon. Luther' H., Gulick. ,ida, but his efforts were unavailing, Monastery of St. George

no legislation could be passed by the Gulick suggested while in Florida for when the measure finally cameto The monastery of St. George, in

meet the requirements of which Florence Nightingale lived in
state to overwhelmingly
the advisability of certain changesin : a vote it was
the federal law. The', legislature did, the Crimean war overlooks the fish 'J1be _ _
municipal government to providefor passed. ing village of Balaklava at the //
however pass such an act at the ses- a commissioner-manager form of While accepting temporary defeat waterside of the rt.OJ/DA
Florida's share on valley through
sion this :spring. government. Lakeland followed this.! Senator Pepper repeated the state- which rode the "Six Hundred" of

this refund will be $938,893.27, and suggestion. as did about the same 1' ment that he would continue to the Light Brigade. a

represents a return of 90 % of the time a number of other Florida fight for betterment of Florida's ag-

amount paid into the federal treas- municipalities.Dr. I ricultural interest just so long as ar Lfl

the 1 tax assess- ,
ury in collecting % .. Gulick, who is one of the important he felt, that the administration was I NOTICE Qlil;

ed against all employers' with eightor members of the president's not giving it a fair deal. r 1

more employees. committee on reorganization, is the In compliance the law governing !
I the preparation of the annual as-
same Luther Gulick to sessment roll of Everglades Drainage

EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK Florida to, assist in spreading the CATTLEMAN'S PARADISENew District taxes notice is hereby given
that saidx assessment roll '. has been
-:The Senate committee on public idea.
commissioner-manager A
completed and a meeting of the Board
lands and surveys, of which Senator things are happening in this of Commissioners of Everglades Ej

Andrews; is a member, has reportedout South Florida of ours. Many articles Drainage District will be held at the r
office of the District, 218 Shoreland t
the bill passed preyiously by the I TIONS-Examinations now pending and items of news about a new trekto Building, Miami Florida, at 11

Honse which would remove restric- Florida from the Dust Bowl are o'clock A. TM., September 7th, 1937,
include associate naval architect, as- for the purpose of hearing complaints liI{ i 1 rh1
tion in the original Everglades Na- sistant naval architect, dental labor- in the papers. The cattlemen are on and objections to the contents of such

tional Park bill that no federal the march, and thousands of acres roll and the method and manner of
mechanic assistant dental lab-
atory preparing the same.
funds could be spent on the area for of our uncultivated acres, cut-Over
oratory mechanic, dental hygenist, : HOARD OF COMMISSIONERSOF f
five years. The bill is now on the mechanic at Pen- pine lands, prairies, Everglades and; EVERGLADES DRAIN- '
aircraft (general) :
Senate calendar and has an excellent hammpcks are being purchased and AGE DISTRICT :?
sacola air station,riveter at Charleston F. C. B. LeGro. Secretary l'Q

chance of passing'this session. It navy yard.Pepper leased., Something new is taking Aug. 20, 27, Sept. 3, 1937.

was introduced in the House by place. Hitherto we have been known

Rep J. Mark Wilcox. The National for our great winter climate, our Stop at the
Park Service is anxious to go ahead citrus tropical fruits and winter NOTICENOTICE I

with the development of the Park, vegetables as well as winter tour- IS HEREBY GIVEN that jiotelpotcicki

but so far has been held back by the ists, but the word has gone out that the undersigned will on September
From One
Page )
(Continued Seventh, .1937, apply to the Board of
the bill. Once Paradisefor
provisions original we are potentially a new
employees not now working wouldgo County Commissioners of Hendry

the restriction is lifted, it is expected into employment off the relief 'cattlemen. Great stretches of County, Florida at a _Meeting to be 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUE

that CCC camps will be established unoccupied lands, plenty of water held at 10:00 A. M.. at the Court House
rolls if we were able to produce a in LaBelle, Florida, for vacation pur- ;
to start development of the area. and grass, no winter, ocean beaches suant to the provisions of Chapter
fair for Florida. .
quota All Outside
sugar Rooms With
14822. Laws of Florida. Acts of
Originally the behind the and fishing and humanity aplentyno '
purpose He also pointed out the unfair- of all that part of the Plat of General Private Bath
restrictive clause was to prevent wonder a trek _is on. Plan of Clewiston, Florida, recorded :
ness to Florida agricultural inter- I ,
In Plat Book 2, at ,pages 7, to 14, inclusive r.
federal funds from being dur- have
spent Although seen an .
we amazing
ests of tariffs that did not protect of the Public Records of COOL, CLEAN, QUIET

ing the period the state commissionwas in a fair measure the growers of development in cattle growing, ry County Florida, lying Hend-I '\ .

obtaining title to the lands in- and particularly dairies, in South the Revised Clewiston Overlooking Biscayne Bay
fruits and winter vegetables in Flor- boundaries of which Revised
volved. National Park Service offi- :]florida, especially in the Broward- are described as follows:
ida, saying: "Now, may I mentionone Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and
cials believe; that the Everglades Dade area, we are not beginning to Beginning at a point on the North
other aspect? In Florida the Line of Clewiston Townsite Northof Business Section.
Park will become one of the best- farmers produce vegetables. Vege- supply the state with their products.In the intersection of' the West

known and patronized-in the country an interview with D. L. Lence, Line of Monterey Street and the
tables, unfortunately, are subject to South Line of Esperanza Avenue
when its development has been of this : RATES
a pioneer promoter new exploitation thence South the
two primary hazards. The first one to intersection of
completed. I of our idle lands, he toldus the 'Vest line of Monterey Street
is a natural hazard. As'good and as and the South line of Esperanza $1.50 Single
that "After 25 of experi- -
3qual as is our climate, there are Avenue; thence Southeasterly
REHABILITATION *LOANS Recently ence in South Florida and Central along the South line of Esperanza
exceptions even to a Florida climate '
Avenue to its intersection with $2.50 Double
Florida and similar time in
some rural rehabilitation and there are times when vegetables I a spent the 'Vest line of Antilles Street;,

loans: have been turned down becausethe the West, I can, declare with truth thence South on the Went line ''ofi 'I
are not a stable crop even in the Antilles Street to the North line Special Family, Weekly &
applicant was not the head of a Everglades of Florida. There are that this is actually a 'stockman'scountry of Seminole Avenue: thence continuing -

family. I have been trying-to get this first, last and all the time, South along the extensionof Monthly Rates
times when floods and excessive
the 'Vest line of Antilles Street
cleared up, and the Resettlement Ad- rainfall come 'our way. and the very best in the United I through Blocks 99. 98, 97 to the S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor

ministration advises me now that it States. I have been instrumental in 1 i North line of Caribbean Avenue; .
"Senators will remember, that thence Southwesterly to the inter-
is not requirement that the appli- I during the same calendar year. whenI bringing thousands of new settlers I i section of the South line of Carib-I I

cant for a rehabilitation loan to be
I proposed the amendment I mentioned ,
the head of 'a family, although pref- I -
a moment ago, I read a tel- )
erence is given those who
have !
egram the people of the Everglades -
families. "We believe the

tration stated, "that 'in this way the tion in engaged which in vegetable produc- JES D ff
said lost
they they had SThLLi SLY ?
loans made to needy farmers will something like $1,000,000 worth of \\JjJ b 11\\ (k N'\1\ .

do the most good for the most peo- _
vegetables due to floods which had

ple. It is essential, ,however, that the tome suddenly upon them.

applicant be engaged in farming, or
"The second hazard is the market -
that he obtained the major portionof
and the trail winds again along-
his living from farming when last
employed". the, serpentine path that certain do-

artments; of our government have .

heretofore laid comparable to whatIs 4't
BUSY involved here today. We used to

',. -The Florida delegation was, very grow avacados in Florida, we used
busy this week. The
sugar fight had
to grow tomatoes and peppers and
shifted to the Senate
beans and
commodities of that char

Andrews and Pepper both active, acter. We had a flourishing produc-
fighting for additional
quotas. The tion, and a pretty good market, because :-
municipal bankruptcy bill was in the
our own produce we did
Senate, as was the Everglades Park '
not flood that market. Then what
bill. On the House side drive
; made happened? The tariff on Cuban tomatoes
to get the Pan-American ExJ -
and other
: comparable com-
position bill up and to
get the med-
modities was lowered, and Cuba b(--
fly bill
: reported out of the
committee 'gan to take' the American m'U'.. >:
as well as to get approval of the
J" away from the producers in Flori'1.
on Clearwater Harbor
and little while
and a later :we found
a last-minute drive
was made
ourselves in the condition describr'1
on a number
of local projects. The
t.(:' food by one farmer not long, ago. Af'p1
:,. drug act, which affects .
sending all of his produce: lo rw'- '
:j, Florida industry, is being whipped : '
et he got back bill cf 1"",
-.: into a $1.13.
shape with Florida .
"'-' proposing owed that to those who :
money 1TJ-
; ,several amendments. Cattle loan (. ;
surveys 't possible for him to put. hIs f "'r:. : ,
are being conducted, and
i'- the deficiency oiodity whfTc it could no* bo 'srtl7'
appropriation bill
was After giving all his producers w r : : '
being .y
( watched :
r; : as this carries the appropriation ;'
for wed the railroad ?" .11\. / .
the federal
public <' : .
'. building program. 'We want fo make it Dos -jh!* <""r

: the farmers engaged in the P'Oft11" : _

ADMINISTRATION UNEMPLOYMENT tlon of a crop which is unstable, L-- :
I{: COMPENSATION LAWS cause of natural hazards acd:: v-i- IjHAi I-f

f.; Tho Social Security Board has announced stable because of market ccr.diMor.5 _

r, : ,the making of grants total- which we have largely brought on to I

ling $234,14! .69 to seven, states for produce a commodity for which Ii I 60n bpli 6p59UHE LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES .NoW '

of their unemployment there will be a fair market. ai-1
1'n.rlministration'i.'" compensation laws. Florida is which can be produced under' rather: I EysRltpEO INCREASES POWER SAVES WEAR / _

,, cUp o' the seven states;; and receives! .stable. natural conditions If thug .
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