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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 18, 1931
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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'VOLUME: 5, NUMBER 39. CLEWISTON, FLORIDA FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1031 SINGLE COPY FIVE-CENTS !

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DEATH HALTS GAME WHEN LIGHT SENTENCE IMPOSED ON

"TRACTORS RECEIVE FORMER OFFICIAL DIES CHICAGO COMPANY I i NEGRO _IN JUSTICE COURT' MONDAY LAST DAY


The hand of death intervened Sun- APPARENTLY LOW Arthur Hodge. negro, was sen-
INITIAL ATTENTIONFOR day to stop a baseball game between TO QUALIFY FOR
tenced to 30 days- In the county
,Clewiston and the Palm Beach All-
jail or payment fo $5.00 fine and '
Stars when J. T. Lytal, 57, former
CANE HARVEST president of the Palm Beach county BIDDER FOR DYKE costs Deam, by here Justice Tuesday of the night.Peace Paul FALL GOLF MEETDECISION

league died of heart attack while I I I

-- (Witnessing the game. Out of respectfor CONTRACTS WILL BE AWARDED Hodge was arrested on charges of I ---- I'
MILL CLEAN-UP WORK BEGINS REACHED FOR MEDAL
the and
!disturbing peace displaying
Mr. Lytal the game was can FROM: WASHINGTON
PREPARATIONS FOR celled. i firearms, coupled with threatening PLAY IN ANNUAL
FOR PROJECT
CANE SEASON ;the life of another negro in Harlem.In EVENT
Mr. Lytal was carried to the hos-
pital unconscious and died a few Unofficial information received view of the evidence presented,

The long hangar-like tractor shed hours later. He is survived by his this week is to the effect that Me Hodge made no statement before Announcement that Clewiston'sfall
of the Southern Sugar company was Williams Construction company of the court to combat the testimony of golf tournament which is to be-
widow, three sons and two daugh-
the scene of the first activity this ters. Chicago were apparent low bidderson I witnesses. He was given opportunity gin next Monday, would be governedby

week in preparation for the grind- the first dyke project to be con- Jto raise the $17 fine and costs' in medal play instead of match com- .

ing season of sugar cane here. A I tracted for around Lake Okeechobee. ,lieu of jail sentence. petition was made 'this week, by

battery of 85 tractors lined up by BELLE GLADE TEAM .. The bids were opened by the Blate Brothers, who are sponsoringthe

the hangar were being checked for Jacksonville office of the war department tournament.

repair work soon to start. Light automobile at noon Tuesday, but no FIRST BEANS BRING Only a few qualifying cards have

trucks of the company I ASKS DELRAY GAMEChallenge authentic information is availableas been turned in to date and it is ex- -

were also receiving the attention of to the grantin gcontract for the pected that Saturday and Sunday

the company mechanics with the work. PROFIT TO GROWERThe will find the course crowded as

view to repair work.A for a five-game post The bids opened Tuesday covered local fans play off the qualifying

small crew of men were busily season series has been issued by Dr. construction work on the first six rounds. A card of '18 holes is nec-

engaged within the large sugar mill'W. J. Buck, representative of the mile unit of the federal project. This first beans to be picked in essary for qualification, although it ,

sweeping and cleaning the plant. Belle Glade team, in which he takes unit is located between Clewistonand the Everglades for the winter sea- is not necessary that both nine be

while a larger crew was at work'Delray Beach to task for claimingthe Moore Haven. The information son found a ready market in West I played that same day, Mr. Blate said. .
I I Palm Beach at be-
cleaning the grounds of the sugar, championship of the lower brac- received by the News did not state prices varying In explaining the rules to govern the

mill that is soon to be made the ket of the Palm Beach county league. any figures of bids, but only said tween $1.50 and 2.00 per hamper, tournament, Mr. Blate says that

scene of action as preparations are Both teams lay claim to the title. the McWilliams company were apparent according to W._ C. Hooker, who returned handicap scores will "be determined :

-_made for the grinding season. The I' Dr. Buck while admitting that low bidders for the work.It from the east coast city Tues- by the same method used in the pre-
where he had been to disposeof
:vesting and grinding season will members of the Belle Glade team is generally believed that formal day, vious tournaments. and this figure
the first 25 of bountiful
tttit some time before Christmas, it: had temporarily moved away said announcement will be made by hampers substracted from the actual stroke

was stated by officials of the com-''that he was willing for his outfitto the war deartment in the near future string beans raised nearhere.Dry score would indicate the net score

'pany a few weeks ago, and repair play the five game series with It is the custom of the department weather in the first part of for competion award.

work must be done before that time the coast city team with the winner to grant no bids without the growing season delayed the ma- The tournament will consist of

in order to insure harvesting of the I taking all receipts and the losers having first investigated the responsibility turity date of the beans, Mr- Hooker :72 holes, to be played over a period

enormous crop of cane with in the paying the expei
reason set aside for the work. slated to come before the execu- with reference to his ability to of the 20 acres will be ready to mar-:Entries in the tournament may playoff

While the mill is being put in tive committee of the league the lat- complete government projects with- ket within a short time. Six acres : their cards either in twosomesor

condition to care for the crop men ter part of the week. in time alloted by the department. of the 20-acre tract near Nine Mile, foursomes. and with properly attested -

are arriving daily to be on hand Controversy over the championship canal have been planted with pota- cards will be in line for win-

j when their services will be needed -' arose on account of games being Landis Ruling Says toes and plans call for planting- the ning honors. -
I remainder in potatoes when this
I to start the first operations. Unfounded -i postponed on account of rain. Mrs. F. Dearie Duff, winner of

rumors that laborers are' Belle Glade was undisputed cham- Bonds Not Past Due crop of beans is marketed.The Clewiston's birthday tournament in

' needed in Clewiston is responsible' pion of regular scheduled games. and first of the beans were sched- February, is offering a novelty golf

[ for job seekers coming to Clewiston considering all postpone games as Be uled to be picked two weeks ago, but ball cigarette lighter as runner-up
May
each day looking for employment not being played. Delray Beach con- AcceptableThat sufficient quantities were not avail- prize. First prize will be one dozenU.

I with the company. Officials of the tends that it won the championship.In able to warrant harvesting the early S. Royal golf balls donated by

r company are well posted on the his challengs the doctor said county bonds whether delinquent produce. Others will be gathered Blate Brothers.Mrs. .

II qualifications of sufficient men, to that the "games are not for the lower or not, may be acceptablefor within the next few days. Duff was the only woman

I carryon all work planned for the bracket championship. We have taxes, at the discretion of the Beans from other sections of the golfer to enter the tournament com-

' immediate future and it is generally won that already." various county commissioners, was Everglades will also be placed on the memorating the first anniversary of

i understood that there is no' demandfor indicated this week in an opinion market soon. the opening of the Clewiston golf

workmen at present. MARSH HEN SEASON OPENSThe (rendered by the attorney general to course. She won easily from every
D. S. Weeks. clerk of the cir-
Mrs. AVOMAN'S NOTICE
CLUB
,
Dry weather through the first of hunting nMarsllJieji[ .I ill1iQz.Glades.cou n tt i:liCi. ..._______ __........ >>_n----- opponent until" the. ",..finals in whichhe 1
th season, ,retarded-the .season.o met Tom Shelley ini ihe 36-hole
giv.4lyingp., -- "
club will
The Clewiston Woman's
-'Florida The after
Tuesday to begin opinion was rendered
opened ,
growth of the 13.000 acres of sugar match. Mrs. Duff came out victor-
the first hunting season in the the Glades clerk had understoodfrom meet at the home of Mrs. W. C.
cane'in.
the vicinity of clewiston, ious when Shelley three-putted the
at 3:30
state. The season is from September press dispatches that the attor- Worth Tuesday afternoon,
.
but local rains for the past two : 36th green.In
leeks 15 to November 1. ney general had held that only bonds o'clock, to discuss if the club con- the tournament golf-
abundant February
are furnishing wa-
I tinue disband. All interested are
due could be or
due
or past accepted by
-4.. .for Belle
proper maturing of the cane. ers from Moore Haven and
w>.t the counties. The opinion rendered urged to attend. E. M. WORTH. -
Glade joined in to make it an out-
Mill last
operations
season occurred President.
follows '
in January but it is under- 150 ENROLLMENT : ..standing success. It is expected that
"The I have
only opinion ren-
stood that harvesting will begin golfers from these near-by towns
about December 15. dered with reference to the use of will join in on the' fall tournament.

REACHED MONDAY bonds acceptable in the payment of LAKE HARBOR UNIT Practically every golf fan in, this .-

taxes under 'Senate Bill No. 852, is local
section has played the course
CANCELLING MACHINE FOR I as follows: 'My opinion Senate Bill SEED HOUSE WILL and declare it to be one of the most

POSTOFICE SOON INSTALLEDIn AS SESSION BEGINSWith does authorize the acceptance of difficult in the state. Water haz- .

county bonds for the payment of delinquent ards- and bunkers together with the ."- .

preparation for the heavy mail taxes levied for the year of
the BE OPEN MONDAYLake length of the holes make it one
traffic through the local office the an enrollment nearing 1929 and for all years prior thereto. ] the hardest to par. The local course

Clewiston postoffice is soon to install 150 mark, Clewiston's junior high In. my opinion Act provides that the has never been played in par; one

l an electric cancelling machine school opened Monday.The following shall be acepted; Bonds I Harbor Seed Company, inc. 37 being the nearest approach made.
arrival of Miss Ellen Wallace I
without stating whether delinquent
in order to relieve the clerks from this week announcing the open-
t are
the strain of hand cancellations of Gainesville, Wednesday completedall or otherwise, delinquent interest ing of their first unit in a chain of 'LEE :COUNTY HERMIT: TO
i, the of the faculty arrangements and assures other due or past due obligations -( '
through busy season postal coupons seed stores in South :Florida. The EMERGE FROM EXILE OCT. 14.
t'; year at lewiston, which is soon the Clewiston school of a coopera- of such counties. It is my Lake Harbor unit will be openedfor
tion on the part of parents, teachers,
: to begin. opinion that bonds, whether delin- .
business Monday and plans call Fort Myers Sept. 16. -W. T. ._
I II and pupils, that will make this one
be used thepayment
The machine.: to be installed within quent or not may in for the opening of another at Belle 'Wild Bill" Eelvin, Lee county's own
of the best scholastic years ever ex-
a few weeks. will have a capacity of taxes, also delinquent Glade and .a seed and supply store Robinson Crusoe. will emerge from
: in the school here.
r of approximately 400 letters per perienced interest coupons may be used and at Pompano in the near future. his voluntary 'exile on Oct. 14, cuai-
The faculty now consists of: Prof.M.
minute, A.V.' Lawrence, postmaster other due or past due obligations of Three cars of seeds and farming pleting one year spent in the woods -
G. Langford. Miss Ellen Wallace, '
said. such county. supplies were being unloaded i without the aid of -a single imple-
r Miss Jeanette Morgan, Miss Elizabeth -
According to the above opinion,
: for the Lake Harbor ment except a, pair of false teeth
The in talation of the machine i Wednesday
West. Miss Jamye Williams, it. not only bonds. but(
seems that : any
will further carry out the progressiveness -" store, in preparation for the plant- and a pair of spectacfes.
Miss Mae Drew and Mrs. Elta Pruitt.
i'I due or' past due obligation of
of the local office. Only Mrs. Pruitt and Miss Williamswere any ling of approximately 3000 acres in. Belvin is making preparations already -
the county may be accepted by the
is
which
winter produce
connected with Clewiston Florida for his return to civilization.
county in payment of delinquenttaxes
r, scheduled to take place at an early it was learned today from Capt. Carl
RODERICK FLYING FIELD I school last term. for the years 1929 and all pre- '
OPENED AT OKEECIIOBEE school duty in LaBeIleIonday to vious date. According to seed companyofficials DeForest Pryer, news' camerman and v '

school dty in LaBelle Monday to The years.Act is not mandatory and In the Everglades the prin-: writer, who spent an entire diy; with-
cipal produce to be planted in this! "wild man" recently. He was
the
.
Roderick field. a new air field at swell} the enrollment of that school I does not order the county commissioners -
section for fall will be beans, pepers, accompanied to the camp on the
of
(0keechobee was dedicated Sunday. I to record attendance. Teachers to accept these bonds, cou-
'
:; plants and tomatoes.The 'shores of Charlotte Harbor by W.
The airport located on 175 acres of Ithe LaBelle High school are: Prof. pons, and other obligations on delinquent -egg
Lake Harbor seed warehousewas white "medicineman"
ooth surface north of Okeechobee P. H. Stevenson, Miss Edith Magill, taxes, but it gives them the" Stanley Hanson,
completed recently adjoining'the of the Seminole Indians, and
Miss Carol Winemiller, Miss Madge
authority to accept these.
of the A. C. L. railroad 1
Roderick HuH Mrs. Grace Beckemeyer and tracks Stanley Hanson jr.

aviator. The dedicatory address was Mr. E. E. Laney. 100 POUNDS BASS IS land is, housed in a building 30 by[t Captain Pryer admitted he was -,
It will stock seed of all
feet. feat
made Sunday before approximately Since the opening day additional 184 much impressed by Belvin's of .
1,500 spectators while planes from I, pupils are being received in the RESULT OF FISHING p raised especially for Everglades remaining -in the woods for 12
Colum-
near by town circled overhead.I I Clewiston school and it is expectedthat soil. B. C. Bowen of months and says he is already speaking
I bus, Georgia has been selected as ac- achievement in the past
othere will be registering within of the
All-American Airways will oper- Just what can be done with a hook Harbor
Lake
ate the field and conduct a training the next few weeks, as families be-I and line and a few hours in Lake ''unit tive.'manager Mr. Bowen of has had 14 yearsexperience ; tense. considering the coming month
winter when the
: school there, according to J. H.I gin to return to the city. Okeechobee near Clewiston was in the seed business. as easy after last
to keep ,
winds made it hard
Wentworth of Miami, president of -- --- shown this week when W. H. Willet 1 'Throughout the Everglades preparations chilly .
I j
the airways company. Paul Walkerof "RED" SMITH PROHIBITED and Dan Mutchler of South Bay, returned -: being made for a Iar0er warm.
are
Okeechobee has been named as FROM DRIVING FOR YEAR to ,the local dock with 1001. this section .1 I Belvin is keeping plans to himself

I field manager. II IIJ. pounds of bass the result of a few|| crop than was With grown local in showers for the celebration will stage

L. (Red) Smith was found guIl- hours fishing. |!' last year.for the past two weel.sIthe when he leaves the woods. He is a
prevailing
of reckless driving Monday in mu- boilermaker.He .
ty and
With hook and line drifting over, former preacher
condition -
MOORE HAVEN CLUB ROOM is in ideal
I ( ground now
nicipal court of Moore Haven and the edge of their boat the two South went "native for the announced
local seed men say
FINISHED WITH CELOTEX was sentenced as follows: "Is to be Bay gentlemen pulled in fish after for planting. purpose of proving that it is possi-
will permit the
forbidden to drive motor vehicles of fish until darkness had fallen. The and this condition twoweeks ble to return to the pre-historic method

Members of the Womans club of. any kind within the city limits of fish continued to be active and the marketing of produce at least last ot living in Florida. He has

Moore Haven were this week planning )Moore Haven for a period of 12 men were in no hurry to leave the! earlier than was possible J kept a daily dairy on a battered

i an open house in their refinished -'months.: If the provisions of this choice fishing ground so they stayedon year. typewriter and has indicated he will

club room in Oddfellow's hall. sentence are violated, Smith will be until their evening catch amounted BASEBALL SUNDAY put his experiences during the year

The room was recently refinishedwith held In contempt of court. to 100 pounds into print in the form of a book.

Celotex. I Smith was the driver of the car Then they were ready to go home. Clewiston's Cane Breakers meet

Invitations are being extended to[which .turned over the afternoon of I Market for the surplus fish was the Palm Beach All-Stars in West John Simmons left yesterday for

members of the lodges of Mason,'September 5. near the fish docks, resulting found at a local fish house, and Palm Beach Sunday, to play off a New Orleans where he will, enroll as

i Eastern Stars, and Rebecca to attend in the serious injury of Miss the two fishermen returned to their scheduled game started last Sunday a second year student in the Tulane

I _' ,*';:gathering at the club room Wedues Bartow McFarlln. homes with fish and rash aa a resultof which was called off on account of,Medical school. Mr, Simmons has

.w.iy night. Many Clewiston residents Doctors said Miss McFarlin would a few hours Idle time, much the death of J. T, Lytal, formerpresident bn assisting his brother, Dr. S. J.

i hold membership in the lfQoreave probably be forced to "remain in, acast pleasure and the knowledge of-, a of the Palm, Beach- .. coun-'Simmons. In the Lake Side hospital
-
lodge?. for about twelve 1lontbt5.. wonderful place to fish ty baseball league, ... (durln the i3ummer'Center .



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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 18 1931.
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.CLEWISTON, NEWS the hazards to ,which they are ex-'ceived that it was not altogether ab-,i because of the fact that the outlook slight fever, "tired feeling", cough

Published every Friday in Clewiston,,posed when on the highway, being:surd, if they had considered thai)|is still confused. Business leaders tha hangs on and loss of weight.
more Imminent now than ever before the country was then raising and economists
every still differ widely
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS This will be the scecmd clinic to
Inc. on 'accout of Increased traffic,'year a sum which would have pur-I.as to the proper remedies for the be held at Fort Myers under the

and the ever present expansive chased the free-simple of the revenue situation, and in many cases seem joint program of chest clinics startedby

Entered as second class matter,,'(trucks requiring such a large part of of the Plantagenets-ten times'as much in the dark as anyone else. the Florida State Board of Health

February 1. 1927, at the Post Officeat the road. 'what supportd the government of obviously, so widespread and so extended and the Florida Tuberculosis and _?),' '_
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act Parents and friends of the scho'olchildren 'Elizabeth-three times what, in the a business depression must be Health Association in February of ;:.

I of March 3, 1897.. have a responsibility and time of Oliver Cromwell ,had been due to very deep rooted causes. We 1930. There has been a total clinic
can render a real service by closely j I thought intolerably oppressive. To must therefore go back to the fun-
attendance of
2,618 for the state to
A newspaper devoted to the best observing the manner in which driv- almost all men the state of things in damental principles of economics,

Interests of Hendry County, Florida.Its ers operate their busses, and know-I which they have been used to live with the perspective which the 'past date this year.

leading newspaper. ing something of the habits and seems, to be the necessary state of few months has given us, and the I The field staff making arrangements -
character of the drivers.It things. realistic viewpoint whfch rece'nthardships for and conductiong the clinics -
Subscription rate: per year$2.00 consists of Dr. W. A. Claxton
has not been found satisfactoryto We have heard it said that five have forced upon us. and
Outside of State of Florida ......$2.50 ,
I N.
:Miss Dodd R. of the Florida
Mary ,
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leave the selection of the driver per cent is the natural interest of Out of, the complex welter of confused -
Advertising rates furnished on ap- in hands of the person to whom the\money, that twelve is the natural events and conflicting opin-t!+ State Board of Health and Mrs.C. .

plication. j,contract is let, in cases where this !number of a jury, that forty shill-!''ion. one plain fact seems clear-that B. Stokes and. Sherwood H. Smithof

method followed.:: Bonds shouldbe ings Is the natural qualification of a the ancient law of supply and de- the Florida Tuberculosis and
Business office, Clewiston News, required of the drivers to insure Health association.
(County voter. Hence' it is. that mand has not been abolished. Not
Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and compliance with all state laws and The following literature is included -
has
it
( though, in every age, every body only proved of primary importance -
Advertising, same. with such rules local commissioners : "The Foe of Youth" "Laennee
as -;knows that up to his own time progressive I in bringing on the depres-
Telephone 339 shall adopt regarding the trans- improvement has been tak- sion, but it is also destined to be of (the Listener;" "Tuberculosis and
portation of school children. I *the 'Teen Age;" "Diagnostic Standards '
ing place, nobody seems to reckonon enormous significance in the future
The most important law or regulation 'any improvement during the next;I recovery of business. It furnishes, ;" "What You Should know
TURNS TIP IN THE WASH deals with requiring drivers to1 generation.: pus I[I with a touchstone to most of the'About Tuberculosis;" "Defend Your-

t stop ,at Railroad Grade Crossings. grave and bewildering problems self;" "Climate and Altitude;"
We
canot
Laundrymen aver the country]!Absolute enforcement. do away absolutely prove that which we now face. I have no de- "Safety Against Tuberculosis Infec-
are beginning to see definite facts{with disastrous accidents. I those are in error who tell us that sire to waste your time by talking tion and. "Consumption Cure, Quackery. -'
society has reached the turning point
that tend to show depression is -Safety Dept, A. C. L. j vague generalities. Yet this basic ."
nearly at an end. These tradesmen -c-that we have seen our best days.
law Is so misunderstood, even in The Association has arranged to
But so said all who before
came us. '
who into the
are given an insight I THE BEST IS YET TO BE. and with much quarters where one would expect supply a limited number of x-ray
family wardrobes. have noticed that just as apparent reason -I
complete familiarity with it, that films for indigent cases. Dr. W. A.
In many cases clothes are beginning The following, in its entirety, isi,i I
_ we must return to first principlesfor Claxton of the State Board of
to wear to the extent that they will I here, reprinted from :Macauley's Es-||I "A million a-year will beggar us," a moment, if we are to, plant our Health, examining physician, will

soon be ready for the discard and say on Southey's Colloquies on Society -I!'said' the patriots of 1640. feet on solid rock rather than upon have these with him.
the will be ideal j I "Two milions wil grind the!
owners soon published in the Edinburg Review a-year the quicksands of superficial illu- i

pects for the clothiers.It pros-j January, 1830, and clearlyj i!''country to powder," was the cry in 1 sion. Price changes may crush RECEIVES
GOVERNOR RAr.r.rLE.SNlUE
has been said by no shows, though written 100 years ago 1660. 'our fondest hopes and our dearest

authority than Roger. W. that our best times are still ahead '! "Six millions a-year, and a debt illusion, but they bring us back to : MEAT FROM CANNERGov.
I of fifty millions!" exclaimed Swift-('
the well known statician, that de-!of us. :economic realities The law of
"the hgh allies have been the ruin Doyle E. Carlton received a
pressions may be measured by two J( History is full of the signs of this of 1 i'[supply and demand is older than civ- of rattle snake meat last week
jean
pairs of pants. In making this state- natural of We us. ilization itself. Not '
progress society. see ,only complex: |from the plant of George K. End of
r
ment the business forecaster finds.!tin almost every part of the annals "A hundred and forty millions of and highly developed civilizations, 'Arcadia, 'who has recently inaugurated -

that when men can no loger wear of mankind how the industry of individuals -I debt! said Junius".;-"well may we ,but even the crudest savage, know- the snake canning industry in

the same garments to their satisfac-, strugling up against wars, say that we owe Lord Chatham more ing only barter and the hunt, must Florida.

tion they will devise means of replenishing taxes famines congflagrations, mis-f than we shall ever pay, if we owe!obey its imperative demands. Every "
their wardrobes with new, chievous prohibitions and more mis- him such a load as this." government or social organizationmust j I The governor replied: I have
,yours of the 24th inst., advising of
sto ck. I "Two hundred millionsof
J and forty
chievous protections, creates faster i heed its dictates as a necessary
:the shipment of a sample of your
Babson finds that the worn out. than governments can squander, and debt! cried the statesmen of price of existence. Human power and
canned rattlesnake. This is indeed
clothes during the past few years repairs' whatever invaders can de- 1783 In chorus-"what abilities' orwhat human vanity may tamper with, but
| a unique enterprise and I trust that
have so completely depleted the reserve stroy. i[ economy on the part of a minister being a principle of life Itself, it is
its success will result in a double
stocks that business conditions We see the capital of nations increasing -, can save a country so burdened stronger than any business policy.
I purpose-of providing a new food
are bound to improve soon. His and all the arts of life approaching ? We know that if, since Those who obey it will be rewarded.
at the time control
and same helping
statement is made in reference to the i nearer and nearer to per-11783 no fresh debt had been in'curred. Those 'who in folly oppose it will bp "
] this
dangerous pest.
country at large, and it not confinedto I''fection in spite of the grossest cor-' the increased resources of miserably crushed. very

any one section or state. He reasons -I ruption and the wildest profusion on the, country would have enabled us When the United States entered
it out along theoretical lines. to defray that burden, at which Pitt,
the part of rulers. j the European War, there occured a
and comes to a logical cnclusion. The moment is of Fox and' Burke stood aghast-to defray complete reversal of our traditional
present one
Laundrymen are having the condition great distress. But how small will it over and' over again, and that methods in regard to the freedom of

brought to their attention by that distress appear when we think with much lighter taxation than I business and trade. This vast
what have actually borne. On
the number of clothes being sent in over the history of the last forty we transformation in our whole economic r
what is it. that When we'
principle
for ,repair, and agree with Mr. Bab- years-a'; compared with whichall life was of course unavoidable. -
son along practical lines. other wars sink into Bee nothing but improvement behind}' Without it the War would have
insignifi-jus, we are to expect nothing but de-,
'been lost. Nevertheless it was ac-
taxation, such the most
cance as
; ;
SHALL WE FORGET? I terioration before us?.
complished only by directly violat-
j heavily taxed people of former times of
It is not by the intermeddling
With moratoriums declared, cabinets -could not have conceived-a; debt Mr. omniscientand ing the law of supply and demand
j .Southey's idol-the.
.
dissolving a'nd governments]larger than all the public debts that omnipotent State-but -by- the!i and by disregarding, the integrity
[ existed in the world added to land significance of prices. The par-
tottering
the world again looks back ,ever prudence and energy of the people I I
at food of the stu- ticular purpose of winning the War
the time 13
years ago when all gether-the; people 'that England has hitherto been carried -
was not quiet on the western front. ':diously rendered dear-the; currency forward in civilization; and it was accomplished. But inevitably

The world can recall the bitter hat-; impudently debased. and improv-:Is to the prudence and the the victory was purchased at a
same
red between nations, the bursting of:iently restore. same energy that we now look with heavy price, due not only to the fundamentally 1

shells, and the propaganda of hatred Yet is the country poorer than in wasteful character of ----
comfort and
good hope.

that continued to fan the fires of 1790? We fully believe that, in spite Our rulers will best promote the ;distortions war itself of but supply also to and the demand serious ;;!;;,G-.,:,.": ,, .","" .... ....,-"" r.>: 7.: :crm
rul- :
of all the misgovernment of her
strictly
improvement of the people by -
war.A vastly different picture presents ers she has been almost constantly/ confining themselves to their own 'which it produced. Indeed the country STANDARD PRICES

itself now. Nations are no longer I becoming richer and richer. Now is still paying this penalty. The
legitimate duties-by leaving capital
: of man, however, is short. One Price To All
the has been memory
debating question of "Who won :and then there a stoppage,I Ito find its most lucrative course
the war?" The financial! portfolio )now and than a short retrogression; industry 'j I It is wholly misleaing to view the
+commodities their fair price. GENTS HAIR CUTS ..._..._35
.of ,depression a disease. In reality
each as
> nation taking part in the Icvm i but as to the general contingencythere and intelligence their natural reward -
at finds its pages blotted with can be no doubt. A single idleness and folly their naturalI It Is an inevitable though drastic readjustment LADIES HAIR CUTS _....25

the red ink of loss so suggestive of breaker may recede; but the tide isj I punishment-by maintaining, peace,j from folly and illusionto CHILDREN'S HAIR CUTS .. .25

the human blood shed in the strug- I evidently coming in. I|I by defending property, by diminish wisdom and reality If the world SHAVES ......_..........___........ 20
gle between nations. No one won, It we were to prophesy that in the ling:]+ the price of law, and by observing -!had paid more heed to the law of

the war. All lost. .year 1930, a population of fifty millions : strict economy in every depart- upply and demand, if natural rather SHAMPOS AND FACIALS

Now there is a friendly spirit be-j better fed. clad and lodged'i ment of the state. than artificial price-making had been

tween' nations. The United States,''than the English of our time, will I Let the Government do this-th consistently fostered. if sound economic CIVIC CENTER

leading the way by foregoing enforcement cover these islands-that Sussex or People will assuredly do the rest knowledge and experience BARBER SHOP

of debt claims against:Hungtingdonshire' will be wealthier I']!-The Edinbougrh Review, January rather than human vanity and shortsighted -

Germany, France. England, Belgiumand than the wealthiest parts of the 1830-Pages 563-565. 'i j selfishness had formulatedthe I Nolon D. Conner Prop.:

Italy has shown that no longer West-Riding of Yorkshire now are,'I -o.- policies of governments and of
do we hold enmity toward nations. j,-that cultivation. rich as that of a business everywhere, no such violent, ''F
IN BUSINESS
ECONOMIC LAW '
Others have been 'fast in accepting: flower garden will be carried up readjustment would have been nec i ==: =

the lead and have postponed debt to the very tops of Ben Nevis and I Followin are excrepts from an address essary.. In our blindness. we denied -a I
collections until such time, as condi-:Helvellyn-that machines, con delivered before the Mer-[ the truth, but to our cost, we 1'1'==! .=::: """ '"""'"

-tions will permit 'their payment:structed on principles- yet undiscovered chant's association, in New York have discovered that the truth is

without wrecking the financial. will be in every house,- yesterday, by Richard Whitney president .mighty and will prevail. I '

structure of nations. that there will be no highways but of the New York Stock E\- I I There is another aspect of this J + Madan9Ife

How long will this spirit of railroads, no travelling but by steam, I change: basic question of supply and demand I II 1 ,

friendliness prevail? Should differences ,-that our debt, vast as it seems to I About one hundred years ago thf' i which should not be overlooked, and "

of opinion now arise, wouldwe us wil appear to our great-grand- Scottish philosopher Carlyle characterized that is its psychological significance. ]

forget the bitter cost of war and children a trifling encumbrance, economics as, "the dismal Economics is not a purely mechan-;! 1 BEST

raise money to wage war with our which might easily be paid off ina I science." During the past two years, I|teal and mathematical science. It is&eTHATCSVVHVITRAY5'

fellow man, or would we rememberthe year or two.-many people would I there have been many Americans Ideals[ with human relationships, andit CUEAPEST

trying days through which we .think us insane. 'who would heartily agree with him is constantly pervaded with very

are now passing, in which we are'' We prophesy nothing; but this| Indeed, the swift and unexpected human hopes and fears. To foresee I \

paying for the great conflict? It is we say-if any person had told the)trend of events in business has ledj,[future economic conditions one ec.n.I TO HAVE YOUR

to be hoped that the pages of his- Parliament which met In perplexityand some to wonder whether economics :}would have to be able to predict not LAUNDERING DONE AT-

tory wil ever cause us and our pos- terror after the crash of 1720 could rightly be called a science at''only cold, impersonal statistics. but I

terity to hesitate long before bearIng -,that in 1830 the wealth of England all. I also public opinion. Many instances TH' Clewiston LaundryOur

arms against nations. ,,would surpass all the wildest dreams As long as the boom continued of these psychological factors in

Shall we forget? ,that the annual revenue would equal many business men devoted little (business could be cited during th(' ,

-0- i the principal of that debt which they time or hard thinking to fundamental last few years. The crash of coir- laundry; service is

SCHOOL BUS SAFETY I considered an intolerable burden-./ economic problems. Dazzled by (Continued on page 4) pKinned to eliminate yeah of

that for one man of 10,000 pounds I easy profits. they satisfied themselves -! f-oin the hcn 'e'\i\es of
vorry
Soon the highways will be teeming;then living, there would be five men)I with repeating parrot-like the '
with motor busses laden with pre of 50.000 pounds; that London optimistic slogans and catch-words I!FREE CHEST CLINIC TO BE HELD the Everglatles. Oar+ service has

cious lives bound for the consolI- would be twice as large and twiceas then so prevalent, and left consideration -!' IN FORT MYERS ON WEDNESDAY proved Its wr.!l. You can depend -
dated schools. populous and that neverthelessthe of the actual and basic factorsin

There are none more keenly de-, mortality would have diminished business to the supposedly safe I' Plans for a chest clinic for Fort upon our laundry woiZc.Our :.

sirous of seeing them safely trans-'to one-half what it then was,- trusteeship of the professional eco- Myers on Wednesday: September

ported than those charged with theyresponsibility !that the postoffice would bring nomists. When the crisis in business -,23rd were made known this >vook ly prices arc i-easonable.
for 'I into the than the the Florida Tuberculosis Health
selecting compe- more exchequer arrived, such men found them- : and
tent drivers. excise and customs had brought in selves in command of a ship driven Association.The .

Driving a schol bus, loaded to capacity -I together under Charles II.-that helplessly by a great storm. They I clinic will be held from ):in':

with young people who are,'stage-coaches would run from Lon- could not stop to study the whole to twelve in the morning for ;./.h'r CLEWISTONLAUNDRY

naturally bubbling over with youth- don to York in twenty-four hours- theory of navigation. Unless they :persons and from two to four in the
ful spirit, is a task to be taken seri-'that men would sail without wind already knew something of it. they :afternoon for the colored. inc.

ously. Unless the driver is thor-Viand would be beginning to ride with- had to go ahead by rule of thumb, I General plans for the conduct of EL PASO AVE. & SAN BON1TA ST.

oughly alive to his responsibilities! :'out horses-our ancestors would and trust to luck. the clinic are under the supervision

and capable of meeting emergencies;have given as much credit to the prediction The time has now arrived, how- of the members of the Lee county CLEVJISTON FLORiDA

as they arise, accidents are likely toj j[ as they gave to Gulliver's ever, for a more thorough-going Medical society. Dr. W. A. Claxton.
I \ fl.our Sao 1ite.l. unc'ry
occur which will sadden many Travels. analysis of the sudden and unexpected ,examining physician, urges all per-
homes.. j([ Yet the prediction would have I catastrophe which has befallen sons who have any of the following

It i ip doubtful If all drivers realise.! been true they would have f. ..,..i' .., ;>;;r"' ..
and
; per. ':12. This t is all the more difficult.conditions to attend the clinic: I :: ;. ,.. \
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taken between meals is virtually an ![who did not keep the Jewish cere- must be circumcised, and keep the tian Pharisees could not well refuse -.
F g assurance of disease prevention. Or-,monial law. Such persons in their law: to whom we gave no such COIU- admission to those who fulfilledthe
| Personal Mention ange juice is a second best disease ("zeal came to Antioch to preach to mandment: conditions on which a proselytewas

preventive. It is rich in citric acid the new church the things they felt It seemed good unto us. being assembled admitted to their own syna..
9 which the digestive juices readily Paul '""was omitting. Paul stood with one accord, to send I gogue.

turn into a rich alkalinity. against them. Both sides agreed to chosen men unto you with our be- ]I V
G. F. Harrington of Miami, transacted Lemon juice should also be a partof take the question before the Jerusa- loved Barnabas and Paul. I II.

business here Wednesday.A. everyone's daily diet. It can be lem church.In Men that have hazarded their:I........................................................................................................ !
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used in many ways. Use it freelyon the council at Jerusalem Peter lives for the name of our Lord Je- i II I
W. Lawrence visited friendsin your salads in place of salad told of seeing Gentiles converted sus Christ. Seed Potatoes

Lake Placid Tuesday evening. dressings. It is'a splendid substi-and receiving the Holy Ghost upon I We have sent therefore Judas and !

tute for vinegar in making mayonnaise the one condition of faith. He Silas, who shall also tell you the FOR, FALL PLANTINGNo.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hare spent and it gives all steamed vege- urged that the burden of the Jewish same things by mouth.
Sunday in Moore Haven visiting J tables a unusual flavor when a small I
ceremonial law be not put the
upon For it seemed good to the ,Holy 3 BLISS from certified Wisconsin -
friends there. amount is sprinkled over them be- "
Gentile converts.
Ghost, and to us, to lay upon you and Nebraska Stock.
fore As blood purifiers
serving.
Paul and Barnabas told of their I ja i greater burden than these nec- Write us for prices. Can famish -
Mrs. Mrs. G. O. these three fruit juices will save
R. M. Hare and
evangelism in Gentile territory and essary things; any quantity.J. .
Wallace spent Saturday: shopping in I you many hundreds of dollars each 11
of the many who had been saved and I That ye abstain from meats offer-
West in doctor's bills.
Palm Beach.E. I year There will be no over-production of the miracles and wonders that had ed to idols, and from blood and from NOONEY & CO. Inc.'

indicated that God surely put his:things strangled and from fornifica-
Limbg citrus fruits in Florida when we
D. of Lakeland JOf P. O. Box 335, Jacksonville. Fla.
spent Wednesday in Clewiston ourselves consume, and advise others seal of approval upon the work. tion; from which if ye keep yourselves -

transacting business.W. I to consume, our own fresh, canned 'I ". ye shall do well.. Fare ye .
and preserved fruits.. We will live- well.

R. Grantham, of Everglades. long and prosper when we Boost This letter formed a guarantee of ...--
a former Clewiston resident arrived Florida!.-Tampa Tribune. was a fulfillment of prophecy.. He I I religious liberty among Christians of
here Monday to make his home. advised that the Gentiles be not re-Different countries and races. Ac-

.-- CHEVROLET PLANT PASSES Iquired. to follow the ceremonial law i Iceptance of Jesus as the Son of God 666LIQUID

Sam Bernard of Arcadia was RECORD OF LAST YEAR as a 'condition of being recognized I and our Redeemer, and obedience to
among the out-of-town visitors by the apostles as Christians. I high commands, form the basic prin- OR TABLETS

transacting business here this week. Production of Chevrolet cars and Than the Jerusalem church selected ciples of Christianity. There shouldbe Relieves 'a Headache or Neuralgia In
trucks in August totaled 54,958 un- messengers to carry their unity on these things, but on
Miss Elsie Hare and Van Cothern its as compared with 51,622 in the decision to the church at Antioch many practices, teaching and creeds 30 minutes, checks a Cold the first

spent Sunday in Moore Haven as same month of 1930 W. S. Knudsen ([about 300 miles distant), and today's there should be liberality- among day, and checks Malaria In three

guest of Mr. Cothern's mother, Mrs. President and General Mana- lesson begins: Christians. dajs I
Cora Cothern. I In his letter to the Gallatian
ger announced today. "Then pleased it the apostles and
August is the fourth successive elders, with the whole church, to"Church Paul spoke of this councilat 666 Salve for Baby's Cold
Mrs. C. L. Adams and 'Mrs. L. F.
'month this year to show a gain over send chosen men of their own com-, Jerusalem:
Perkins were among the Clewiston
the corresponding month of 1930, pany to Anticoh with Paul and "Then fourteen years after I went .
Palm
residents shopping in West
Beach this week. hand the output for August brings the I Barnabas; namely, Judas surnamed up again to Jerusalem with Barna- PATENTSSell

"total for the first eight months of Barsabas, and Silas, chief men bas ,and took Titus with me also. your invention or patent by

c.- Mr. and Mrs George Terrell re- 1931 to 643,410 cars and trucks.Of among the brethren." And communicated unto them that exhibiting your model or drawingat

turned to their home here Sunday the volume during the month Judas is not mentioned elsewhere. gospel. which I preach among. the the Second INERNATIONAL PAT-

f after a vacation of several weeks. just ended. 50,985 cars were built and Silas was the disciple who ac- Gentile., ENT EXPOSITION, Sept 14 to 27.

spent in White Springs. for the domestic market as against companied Paul on his second mis- And when James Cophas and CHICAGO. Thousands of manufac-

'47,264 a year ago. The domestic sionary tour, after Paul and Barna- John, who seemed to be pillars, per- turers and patent buyers will inspectnew

Mrs. R.' C. Lake of Lakeland and production for July also exceeded the bas had quarrelled about John Mark. ceived the grace that was' given nn- devices and patents for market-

Mrs. W. D. Greene of Moore Haven .volume for July of last year. Mr. "And they wrote letters by them to me, they gave to me and Earna ing; Rates $1 per dap 14 days, en-

were among the out of town shop- Knudsen stated that this sustained after this manner; The apostles and bas the right hands of fellowship; titling you to 14 feet. If you have no

pers in Clewiston this week. improvement in buying over 1930 elders and brethren send greetingunto that we should go unto the model, drawing or description 'will
Indicates an increase in United the brethren which are of the In the letter to the do. Send for free pamphlet if you
heathcn.1 II
Sam Adams of Miami made a business States retail buying power. Gentiles in Antioch and Syria and church. The conditions have time. If not, send $14 with descriptions -

trip to Clewiston Wednesday.R. Prodution will continue through Cilicia; those which the Jews and drawings and we will

;.. B. Rennick of Lakeland, spent September. The current employ- Forasmuch as 'we have heard, a proselyte before he could be admitted look after your patent interests. B.

',' Wednesday here on business. ment figure shows approximately that certain which 'went out fromus to the synagogue; these conditions Hamilton Edison, Managing Direc- I

33,000 men on the Chevrolet pay- have troubled you with words, would not be a grevious bur- tor, International Patent Exposition..
;
I I' ,: John Hughes, of Miami, who has roll. subverting your souls, saying, Ye den on the Gentile, yet the Chris Merchandise Mart Chicago.

"..;.' spent the past few weeks in Clew- Chevrolet Motor Co., Detroit. Mich.

I. : iston as the guest of Aldon Wallace
I, returned to his home Sunday. I ROAD DELEGATES NAMED
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Tallahassee 15 Governor
Sept -
1"0 r
: '. .. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen and;Carlton today mailed letters to the
I family have returned to their home,chairmen of all county commissions

." in Clewlston after a pleasant vacation in Florida, naming them delegatesto :/1

I) ;:,,: spent. in Brownsville, Tennes-( the United States Good Roads ':

see. association conference to be held in -. '
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: Birmingham Ala., Oct. 12. to 15. : ',
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I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hooker, were ; :

i I...- visitors in West Palm Beach, Mon -. "-I.."'"' .". ,
) :
, HIGHWAY BOARD HAS "
I' day. Mr. Hooker sold the first -
i string beans .of the season to Palm GIVEN OUT CONTRACTS r IrIr ::

, merchants while there. -'
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tftzllBeach Tallahassee Fla., Sept. 15.-The "

Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Harvel, accompanied state highway commission meeting :, .
by their daughter, Miss I here today for its third quarterly
'
Margie, motored to Miami, Sunday. business session of the year, awarded -
Miss Harvel will remain there to several contracts and heard dele-

enroll in the Miami High school. gations seeking road work in various -

1 parts of the state.

1I' '< MISS BUSH ENTERTAINS R. J. Arrington, Defuniak Springs,
'; I was awarded a contract for construc- I1' / k, Chevrolet connecting

! Miss Mary Bush entertained two tion of a bridge over the Ochlocho- "}R eti rod of art fix matched to within in

tables of bridge at her home Friday -.nee river on road 19 at the Leon-Li-I one-quarter ounce,

i! evening. When scores were tal- aerty county line. The low bid was fitted and ore by hand individually to the
i I. lied it was found that Miss Evelyn or $39,000.The t r' crankshaft. Bearings
j Hare was holder of high score and Roquemore Gravel companyof .P,, :,r.'. coat are of into Babbitt the metal rode

Miss Margie Harvel was winner of Alabama, the Pan American Pe- tr .Ar',' I under heavy air prn-
r "
: / rr t: + I fureandatSOO degree
I consolation prize. troleum corporation and John E. "' : Fahrenheit.
Iced cocoa and cakes were served Ballinger of Lakeland were awarded -
I
I to Miss Betty Spicer, Miss Margie contracts for furbishing road. con-

Harvel, Miss Evelyn Hare, Mr. Lad- struction materials. the basic goodness of
die Wallace. Aldon Wallace, Bobby I I Delegations from Levy, Liberty Possessing

Hare, Van Bush. John Hughes and St. Johns, Bay and Leon counties ap-
the hostess, Miss Mary Bush. peared before the commission. I sound design and fine manufacture
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Berner were

In Moore Haven Monday transacting
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business. From the selection of raw In planning the motor, Chevrolet engineers
unbap cboolJe5S0n 4D7
FRESH FRUIT materials to the completion were not content to offer the public

anything less than tried and proved design.
-- of the finished Chevrolet product,
BU' Judge John W. Dodge and They knew that the only satisfactory way
each of building, assembling
There is no wealth of life without process
in is to
smooth flexible a car
to power
health. Think it over. What dothit FOR SEPTEMBER 20,1931 checking,the Chevrolet Six is marked by get
if he gain the whole use at least six cylinders. So they adoptedthe
profit a man and precision. An Jexhaus-
I I SUBJECT: The Council in Jeru- extreme care
I world and lose his health? six-cylinder engine without com-
salem. tive of test and inspection makes
John D. Rockefeller, Sr., realized\ system promise. And this is what you get in
to GOLDEN TEXT: For, Brethren, certain that meets specified
this years ago, and began coming every part
have been called unto liberty, on- today Chevrolet Six.
Florida, staying months every year,I ye dimensions exactly. Many of these parts
ly use not liberty for an occasion to
fresh citrus fruit -
4 and eating grapefruit and
held limits of one ten-thousandth of As a result of this sound'designing
oranges, lemon juices, raised j I the flesh, but by love serve one are to
in Florida. He is in his 90's now. another. an inch.No manufacturer in the industry sound manufacturing, you can buy a

Our own people millions of others I LESSON TEXT: Acts 15: 22-29 ; uses more care or precision in building Chevrolet and know you are getting a.

elsewhere, do not fully appreciatewhat Gal. 2: 1, 2, 9, 10. I and testing than genuinely- good
fresh citrus fruits will do toI I .
I TIME AND PLACE: About A. D. automobilesoundly
prolong their lives, and to make Chevrolet. Twenty beautiful models, at prices
50; Antioch and Jerusalem. designed,
them even healthy wealthy and wiseif Just as every part ranging from $475 $675
they eat Florida citrus fruits INTRODUCTION: The church In to soundly built,
car'is
of the soundly
I
daily. Jerusalem was the mother church. All price*f.o.b.Flint JIlch.pecll etrulpmen t- basically and
Read this, then tell others, spreadthe and home of the apostles who had built, every featureis tra.Low delivered price and eay C.M.A.C.termt.
lived and labored with Jesus dur- technically right.
good news. advertise your state I soundly designed.
sell its products consume its pro- ing the three years of his earthly

ducts, buy at home keep your mon- ministry. The apostles and the
ey circulating here, and you will geta Jerusalem brethren naturally felt NEW CHEVROLET SIXSee I

chance to get some of it back. that they had a responsibility con- .
One of :;the finest ways of pre- cerning the spread of the gospel and I

venting colds, influenze or pneumonia the purity of the doctrines of the your dealer below r=

is to eee that your blood stream is new church. The outlying church

well alkali,.ized at frequent occa- recognized this natural authority, or
sions with plenty of grape fruit, or- superiority, of the Jerusalem church

ange and lemon juice. These three It was hard for some Jewish Clewiston Motor Company
fruit juices should be a part of ev- Christians who believed it was absolutely -

every one's daily diet. They are especially necessary for any Jew to CLEWISTON, FLORIDAi
rich in alkaline mineral mat- keep faithfully tho whole Jewish

ter which the white fHjjod cells of ceremonial law In order to be saved .
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your body require in abundance. and.who doubted whether any Gen- -
Grapefruit juice is richest in' al-, tile could be saved, to submit easily

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THE CL13WISTON NEWS FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 18 1931.
PAGE FOUR w..' ._ _..

ANGLER BREAKFASTS IN BY THEIR CLOTHES YE SHALL forsaken the shore. And yet, just AUGUST GASOLINE SALES I John G. Hollads left Wednesday'for
OHIO AND FISHES HEREIN KNOW EVEN THE FRESH1ES when the waves have receded the, f SHOW DECIDED DROP New Orleans after an extended.

furthest, and betray the least sense I 'stay in CJewiston. ,
FLORIDA AT NIGHT Florida State College, Tallahassee of motion or power, the ebb tide 1 Tallahassee, Sept. 17. Incomplete -- '

Sept. 14.-It's not much troubleto ceases, equilibrium is reasserted, figures made public today by Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Haywood of ,/t'
Fort Myers, Sept. 17.Breakfastin pick a freshman at the Florida land imperceptibly the shoaling wa- the state comptroller's office showed I Miami spent the week end here visiting \
,
Cincinnati and fishing in Florida State College for Women, and. it's return.So i(that gasoline consumption in Florida friends. .
waters before night was a' record established not from her questions but her fell off approximately 2,000.000gallons
is
too, it in business with the
today by H. C. Yeiser, Cincinnati .
clothes.In
in August, the first month
alternate oscillations of supply and
F. G. Sternberg of St. Louis was
at
sportsman who landed
the registration and other lines the seventh
demand. Before the flood-tide of cent a gallon gasolinetax
I the out-of-town business men
the municipal airport at 6:04 o'clock among
the freshman appears perfectly'prosperity can return, invisible un- was in effect.
here last week.
this afternoon. Accompanied by groomed-new shoes, new fall dress, der-currents and the pull of unseen I Officials 'said the slump might
Dan Shriver and Pilot Wright Ver-.new handbag, beads and other accessories -economic' forces must exhaust them- have been due in part to the seasonof I
milya, jr., Yeiser left the Ohio city and an Empress Eugenie selvesThese forces respond to the year, but probably was the Mrs. C. -'V. MacDonald and Mrs.: ''"

at 9 o'clock this morning. I hat perked saucily upon her head. laws vital to human existence. Like .effect of the increased tax. Theyi I J. R. Alston were visitors in West

Brief stops were made at ,Atlanta, But no new outfit for the upper- I the tides, they are little subject to said the seven cents tax last month Palm Beach Wednesday. ,
Jacksonville and Tampa for fuel and 'classman who stands next in line. I .
human control. If in our vanity we probably brought in little more rev-
news contacts. The party immedi-i Her's is the cotton print dress, a/cannot or will not learn this lesson enue than the six cents tax in pre- ,!ANSWER IIAS BEEN FILED
ately boarded the yacht Friendship. : pair of oxfords much the worse fora if we still insist upon attempting -,vious months. Complete figures I II I IN LAND ACTION

and will spent the next two weeks I summer's wear, and either a jaun- to oppose futile obstacles. the will be announced later.

fishing in Shark river. I ty beret Or no hat at all inevitable course of events and to I Tallahassee, 'Fla.. Sept. 15,-

Capt. Fred Roberts, skipper of the (swim against their mighty currents i j ONE MORE HALF-HOLIDAY Trustees of the internal imrovement'

Friendship, met the party at the ECONOMIC:: LAW IN BUSINESS our folly will be upon our own I' Clewiston retail merchants will fund today filed their answer to Supreme -

airport. / Continued from page two) heads. observe Thursday afternoons as half court action brought against

"Sorry I'm late. Captain," was. modity prices and production, together -I But meanwhile we may rest as- holidays until the first of next month them by Islands, Inc, a South Flor-

Yeiser's greeting as he looked at with the stock market panic, Isured that the fundamental law, of days until the first of next month. ,ida development company.

his watch in. leaving the plane. He I at first confused and bewildered the supply and demand was not suddenly The first of October falling on The development firm asked for

telegraphed ahead that he would bei I public. So great had been the opti- abolished a few months ago. It Thursday the merchants will remain la court order directing the state officials -

here at 6 o'clock. I mism engendered during the boom, is still working vigorously in our open full time on that day and all to pay $21.400 as finals' settlement -

that for months public opinion stub- midst. It has compelled a major subsequent Thursdays through the in a land deal in which the

FLORIDA PRODUCES 129,000- bornly remained blind to economic recession in prices, accompanied by I winter months. company purchased islands in Lake

000 BIDLBS DURING PAST YEAR facts. When it finally gave way to : business depression. But once this f i (Worth and West Palm Beach and

general pessimism and alarm, these I readjustment is completed, the same i i Mrs. Harry E. Saier arrived then returned the property to the

During the past season Florida new moods were all the darker be-,' economic. forces will operate in the Wednesday( from her home in Michigan trustees. The firm claimed the land ,
produced approximately,cause of the contrast with the total- same direction as our human hopes for an extended visit with Mr. J was returned because the trustees

nurserymen 129.000,000 narcissus bulbs, accord-:ly different state of mind which and aspirations, and will usher in and Mrs. W. S. Harvel. ;Ifailed to give good title.
(preceded them. Undoubtedly, from more favorable conditions. It remains -
ing to inspection records just an-
!the perspective of 1940 the extreme to govern our actions in accordance -
nounced by J. C. Goodwin nursery;
'optimism!' of 1929 and the unmitigated with its dictates. and eSXXKiG: WZi&3r WZ -t: :t. !(
inspector with the State Plant 1 ,
gloom of 1930 and 1931 will thereby to hasten the. restorationof I .
Board. According to the best fig- ftft
,I appear equally exaggerated and ridiclous. a prosperity based upon the sound Going to y: '
ures available this is about 45 per-
and lasting foundation of natural "
cent of the total production in the: 1 TYBEE JACKSONVILLE BEACH? i 1 1J :
Florida's The price of success is bound to law.1! ,
United States. A year ago
production 'was about 100,000,000.j''be obedience to the law of supply { STOP AT $
land demand. Waste can and should JUDGE RULES MARRIAGE

about The 30 inspection percent records of this crop show is that ofj-I,; NOT BAR TO SCHOOLS | .. HOTEL SAVANNAH -. .. :, .. jf

marketable size and quality. Flor- $ Savannah, Ga. ._ -:. .
ter products perfected. Hard work Gorda ;..
Punta Sept. 17.-The rightof .
ida bulbs are finding a welcome In 1.' "
and constructive thought, rather 1 i V:: 1
Northern markets, and are rapidly married women to attend the pub- HOTEL SEMINOLE j .
(than idle lamentations or the pur- .
replacing those formerly imported.I):suit of futile panaceas, must be the lic schools of Florida. regardless of 1 Jacksonville, Fla. .

Federal regulations' require that :order of the day. All such effortsare I school board regulations, was upheld MODERN FIREPROOF- '. ;". .

bulbs be inspected for nematodes I in fundamental harmony with here this afternoon by Circuit Judge I I IN EVERY ROOM
and bulb flies. For the first time *. I i
law of and demand.
the supply G. W. Whitehurst. The judge signeda I Radio Loud Speaker Rates Posted on D-
this year nematodes were found on The law of supply and demand is .
Electric Ceiling Fan Soft Water
Florida-grown narcissus. Ten nur- permanent order requiring the J
no respecter of particular groups or .
series were affected, but these bulbs special motives. The retailer county board 'to admit Mrs. Marian MOST CENTRAL LOCATIONS,

have been treated. The state is still cannot hope to maintain his own Moody Rountree. 17, to the Punta I RATES u

free from bulb flies, which cannotbe I prices when the prices at which he Gorda school.Matrimony. WITHOUT BATH $1.50 UP
said of other major producing WITH BATH 2.50 UP 1
can purchase have fallen. Wages in itself is not suffi-

states. Mealybugs usually give some must justify themselves on the bas- cient cause for punishment by ex- CHAS. E(. GRINER, Mgr. e
trouble, but this year they are scarce is of production and performance.So pulsion from school, the judge said.
the inspection records show. &&3U3ig tZKiGZ>Zi&QGZ!
complex has modern business He advised school boards take up individual -

Green Cove Spring was' the lead- grown, so world-wide have becomeits pupil cases on their merits,

ing producing section; about 43.- ramifications, that of necessity, otherwise to adhere to the statutes

000,000 being grown by nurseriesin changes in its progress take time to that require a free education be- fellllllllllllll lllllllllllW IIIIIIIII""I r IIIIIIIIIIIIII lIIIII""III! rtllilllllllliIi l1lllliliJ1! 11111I1I11I1I1 I
the vicinity. The next largest effect. The course of a great busi- tween the ages of 6 and 21 years
producing area was found around I
ness depression is like the turn of 1 .
Jacksonville, where the production an ocean tide. For slow, interminable Sheriff H. L. Delaney and deputy -

reached about 29,000,000. Nurserymen hours the waters recede and at Young spent several days of this .'. .... ,, \
( ,'. e
Beach _
around Daytona pro- length lie dead( and without motion week in Clewiston on official busi- F ,.....
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duced about 12000000. while San- ,
as if they had permanently J .
ness.TAMPA ,
ford and vicinity had considerablyover ". .. -. .: :" :' '. ":;' ..:.... '.: ."."J .
7,000,000, and the Hastings -.- i

area nearly 5000000. **3<&4&>&>&>&>4&><*<++4<9*
As to varieties paper whites led .

with 107,000,000. There were -about J .
18,000,000 Chinese Sacreds and 3.- i

000,000 mainder Soleil were d'Ors.Pearls,while Monarques the re-, : "The !I'' Things You Never See

and Constantinoples.PITY I Convenient Center"of _

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GIRL; RULES DECREE SHE '? '
MUST WALK AT F. S. C. W. IV: FLORIDA .);. ,

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Florida State College Tallahassee j \' ; : I II
Sept. 17, Students at the Flor- :
ida State College for Women will A crowd of Loaters I IIII
.- $* !; >* + ? '. < Playing: f
walk the hills of Tallahassee this -r .. I i
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year in place of riding in their own b't
Checkers in Front of A Business .
cars a new ruling in the college III
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government hand book decrees. : I

The new ruling also provides that .:_ .,:.;:' :o'. I That Advertises in The:
no student be allowed to rent or ac- -. -. :: ?
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cept the loan of a car without spe- _: f.
cial permission of the dean of stu- s. t ill Clewiston News. *

dents. y
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Moreover a student may ride with fl fi'l
; tip
members of her immediate: family, : .1-' ,
guardian, alumnae' members of the ?' % : Nor A Prospective Customer Ii.

faculty and staff, or ministers of the "
town churches.. On Sundays students -:- I '
Who Does Not Read Your
may ride with young men between : ;.

12:30: and 6:30, provided that the t 1

proper arrangements have been ): ;yf. : '.I Message When It Is Brought:1-
made with the social director.In 1 OFFICIAL A. A. A. HOTEL + .

the case of riding in an aero- t y
To Him The Best Advertising
plane. students may not ride with- X Through
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out presenting a written permissionfrom HOTEL riILL&I5OROTampa's I

their parents or guardians. ? CIE hullo in The Ever-. I
Other riding regulations are as .l. Largest Hotel _::
follows: X
.s. : '
Students ride to s t glades. .
may and from
town with ..2.i. Central-Fireproof-Steam heat-Radios-Home- ; \ .
young men by arranging :: :;.: I

,, with the social director. i j. like Atmosphere-Large Airy Rooms-Spacious ': "
:: :b : .

must Students register riding on their with young date cardsas men :+_: Lobby-Mezzanine and Out-door Balcony-Bar- ..j.;. .'. ; ,,. :,(.;< .

having a social engagement.Two ::i:: ber Shop-Beauty Parlor-Battle Creek, Turkish :;;: : ':" .0' ':.: _.-. ..;::yyy.J: .'

or more students may ride ::_:: and Russian Baths-and many other conveniences. :i: : :' : :- '. :.': '-' : 0 I
to and from town with young men y .
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-- .c-o'3.: ( IIr.t. = :iZ> JI
in the day time without other chap-

eronage provide dthey are signed up. : "TOP 0' THE -TOWN"; { Dining* Room and :i: The Clewislon ; News

There shall be no riding at night ): Roof Garden :s.: I .
unless ... .i .
two
students with escorts ar- -- -
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range with the social director to ride A
to and from town. :;Z iCafeteria and Fountain Luncheonette =:; I >

On return from riding, students t

must immediately register with the '::: I S2,50 to J6EUROPEAN f We invite you to 'I I 16 to $1! I :i' IiI
social director. Failure to do so incurs .z. live at the AMERICAN.f.;; I _
a fine of twenty-five cents and :+ L. D. SKINNER Pre,, 5: I
may incur other 'penalties. ;e C. J. JACKSON Mgr HILLSBOROTelephone : ,

Girls riding at night shall sign :;: M-5541 3.: I 'll-

up as for any absence from the cam- t f I iL :
pug after 6:3Q, v '
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