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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 30, 1933
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 7. .- NUMBER 2G. CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1933. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00' YEAR

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r HENDRY PITCHESHAVENITES MURRAY WITH MOTOR CLEWISTON AS SALESMANR. I W. C. HOOKER IS GRAPE GROWERS MEET TWO KILLED AFTER

Leesburg, Flaf.' The, ,annual

L. Murray, formerly Ford dealer THE NEW HEAD OF grape growers' convention was held POSING AS "LAW"
TO 8-7 in Moore Haven, and who has been
here Tuesday. It was well at-
(associated in business in the Ever-

,gladcfs )for the past: six oil' eight RELIEF COUNCILBeautification tended and provide to be unusually AND TAKING GUN

l WIN OVER LOCALS years, is now employed with the beneficial to the gr wers;

Clewiston Motor company, Chevrolet Principal speakers on the pro-

:; dealer, as automobile salesman.C. will be the projectset gram were Dr. O. C. Bryan, of the "SEARS RED" AND "BABY "'ILDCAT"
FAILS TO
NINTH INNING RALLY McDonald, who has been act-
W. DEAD AT HANDS OP
by the Clewiston district with of Agriculture
SAVE GAME FOR BREAKERSAT : up College County
and
ing as both automobile tractor
NEGROE JOE MATINS
HAVEN funds sent out by the state emergency Clifford Hiatt K. W. Loucks
. F MOORE salesman, will devote his full timeto Agent ,
relief council, W. C. Hooker, who
the tractor department. of the Florida Experiment Station, "
" I Henry Lowe, alias "Sears Red, a
was placed in charge of the work
(By A. L. Hackett)
and leading grape growers.Congregation .
negro who had held himself out to
here said yesterday.Just
i A ninth-inning threat on the part
k other negroes here as a deputy sher-
l of the Clewiston: Canebreakers failed Governor Approves how much would be allottedto
iff, was shot and instantly killed
: to overcome a four-run lead piled up Clewiston had not been determined to Name
Tuesday night and another
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negro
by Moore Haven in an eighth-inning Fla. Products"Tallahassee at the time, therefore it was not
"Buy
Jim Long, alias "Baby Wild Cat"was'
rally, and the Canebrakers went possible to say what work would be Officers After ServiceA shot twice through the body in
down in defeat by a score of 8 and done.Mr..
June 27.-FNS- Harlem, negro quarters. Joe Math:
,
7. Hooker was busy going over is, section hand for the '
a Coast
negro
Governor Dave Sholtz this week of the congregation of
i With the score tied, Moore Haven meeting
the records of the relief council hereto Line railroad
with
I his official of the First Community church will be was charged the
placed stamp approvalon
bunched five hits in the eighth to learn the number of applicants,
shooting. died
::1 put the game on ice with a fourrunadvantage. the movement recently inaugu- the number of dependents each has, called Sunday evening, after church morning.The Long Wednesday
?l Clewiston came back rated to promote the sale of Florida and the income of ,each. services to select officers to fill the
: strong in the ninth to score three products through the formation of expired terms.W. shooting occurred, Mathis said

,.j 4 i: runs and was retired with three men ,the "Buy Florida Products Associa- When the records are studied and B. Furgess, pastor of the Community from his jail cell, after Sears Red
work the started Mr.
on projects ,
and the Wild Cat had posed "thelaw"
' f on bases, when Alston failed to con- tion. church reports an increased as
, Hooker said he would try to arrange -
( nect with the ball, and was sent to In a letter to Acting Secretary E. I attendance at the church services, du- and attempted to search him
to divide the work among the ,
the bench by the strike-out route. O. Gramling, accepting a place on the ring tHe past three weeks: Last Sun- for carrying a concealed weapon.
U most and would to
needy
cases, try
Mathis said he resisted and, asked
Failure of an attempted squeeze play, Advisory Board the governor said: day's attendance was a 20 per cent
distribute the funds so as to do the
the two if the
that would have tied the score, was "I take pleasure in endorsing the ac- increase over the preceding Sunday.An negroes "they were
costly for the locals. tivities of the Buy Florida Products most good. increased attendance is also law." They answered in the affirmative -
,. Last summer the relief work was he 'said, and upon being
Wilson Clewiston's big right
Association, I am firmly of the opin- in the Sunday school. The i
reported
t' handled by J. A. McGehee and asked to show their warrant the
hander touched for twelve safe- Mrs. ,
was ion that this movement, which is an increase; last Sunday being about
ties during the game while his team- integral part of the National Buy Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, who were at- 21 percent.The big red negro held up his pistol and
tending to the distribution of the said "Dis is warrant." In attempting
mates gathered only eight from the American Products plan, has tremen- my -
government flour, as representatives pastor and his wife moved into to resist being searched
opposition.The dous possibilities in connection with
; game see-sawed back and the economic rehabilitation of our of the'local chapter of the Red Cross. the parsonage this week, which Mathis said that Red had hit him

1. forth with first one and then the I state and nation." has been re-painted and furnished by over the head with the barrel of his
the Ladies Aid Society of the church.
pistol. He exhibited a fresh gash
other having, the advantage in runs

I. until, the last, when a victory for COUNTY CREDITEDWITH over his eye to substantiate his
Clewiston seemed almost at hand. The 19th HoleEmmett SHOLTZ WILL ATTEND MEET statement. "

r..' Clewiston drew blood in the first TO DICSUSS SCHOOL BOOKS: After escaping from the two negroes

1 with two runs, which was tied by $749 FUNDS who posed as "the law,"

t Moore Haven in their half of the Shelley and Cecil Parkinson While Governor David Sholtz is of Mathis said he went to his rolling

,\ inning. In the fifth, Clewiston tal- having advanced to the finalsin the opinion that the Southern states home, (the railroad camp car) and
lied again only to have :Moore Haven I the June handicap golf tournament FOR SCHOOLS PAYA should get together in an effort to obtained a pistol from a' friend's

gain the advantage in the second half I will have their match settled gain a substantial reduction in the bunk, and went back to Harlem. It

with two runs, a lead tht was retained by' Sunday morning. They played toa price of text books by "bucking the was there that he was confronted by

until the seventh, when Clew- tie at the end of 27 holes. total of $291,643 in state school school book trust," he does not be- the two negroes and shot them.
: f the to tie the funds was placed in the state treas- Mathis admitted had fired the
iston crossed plate 000 \ lieve the state of Florida nor any he
Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer, playinga ury Wednesday subject to use by
score. other state should do its own print- first shot, and that Sears Red had
:Moore Haven presented a greatly consistent game, defeated Mrs. Bill the 67 Florida counties for the pur- begun to return the fire almost

improved team to the fans, with a McCracken this week to win the June pose of paying teachers' salaries, ing. simultaneously. Red was shot
combination of safe hits and field- Women's handicap tournament. Mrs. and for paying transportation costsof In a statement made in Tallahassee -I through the neck; the Wild Cat,

,' ing.Lloyd Daniels' work behind the McCracken, playing in her first tour school children during the fiscal yesterday before leaving to attend twice through the body and Mathis

bat deserves special mention from nament, had improved her game e agood'deal I year which ends at midnight tonight. the meeting in Atlanta to confer received a bullet wound in his leg.

the Moore Haven standpoint, playing since book item, he made this stand clear.
a head-ups game and coming gan the first of the month. Under the terms of the new school Wednesday by Sheriff Delaney to be

through in the pinches to keep the 000 law, passed at the 1933 session of He said he would suggest to the kept In the county jail until prelim-

1 plate from being crossed. Saturday will begin the qualifying the state legislature, the money is conference that the Southern states inary hearing can be had before the

,' Bunched hits spelled victory for rounds for the July handicap golf to be kept at Tallahassee and will join in adopting uniform text booksat justice of the 'peace here. Guy M.

',I -". the Moore: Haven team. Three errors tournaments, Lloyd Sparrow, pro., not be distributed direct to the coun- least for the elementary grades, i I I Strayhorn, state's attorney, was call-

on' the part of the Clewiston players said yesterday. Two tournamentswill ties. It, will be aid out only by warrants and prepare and publish the books ed Wednesday to arrange the hear-

s played a part in the loss of the I' be conducted 'during the monthof I drawn byl the ,school boards themselves if they cannot get satis- ing. Mr. Staryhorn was leaving that

,. game, but were not so costly as the July: one for men and one for wo- I to teachers and bus drivers. The factory prices from the regular pub- day for Kentucky and said he wouldbe

offensive- end of- the- -Moore-- -- -Haven--- -- men. Handicaps will be based on I money can not, be used for any other lishing houses. back by July 15. The preliminary -
club.The the previous rating and the scores ofI purpose that those ,stated above. Should the state find authors and hearing was set for that date.

two teams will meet again Saturday's and Sunday's play. Com- The money'was made up of net re- publish its books, he said, printingof This shooting is the second, of its

c next Sunday afternoon on the local plete handicap ratings will be post- ceoipts from the sale of automo- the books should be done under kind here within the past eight

diamond to settle the tie in games ed next week. bile tags, one mill ad valorem and contract and not by the state In its months. Tom Brown, a negro deputy -

that stands between the two teamsat 000 from the interest on the invested own printing plants. He said he wish- was killed in October.

the present. Each Friday morning during the school funds. The basis of distribu- ed to make this clear because his re-

Batteries for the game were: month of July will be devoted to tion is the teacher-unit basis used rmaskbefore the Seate committee Chicago, June 29.-The board of

Moore Haven, Hendry, Rogers and giving free golf lessons to any ladyin during the past two years to divide investigating school book costs had : education decided to open Chicago's

Daniels; Clewiston, Wilson and Al- Clewiston, Llody' Sparrow, pro., funds to the various counties from been misconstrued by ,some to mean 'schools late in September to save

ston. said. This is not restricted to ladies state funds.JUNIORS that he favored, state printing plants. $2,000,000.'
Umpires: Thielen and Burkett. who have been frequenting the Clew-

Line-up: iston course, but includes any who de- LOSE IN FIRST

Clew iston Moore Haven sires to improve her game. This is GAME OF SEASON
Rutland, 2b. Nall, If. being done, he said, to increase the T I COMPARATIVE COSTS TWO SESSIONS I I IJohn

Hooks, cf. V. Bales, '2b. number of ladies playing the course. The American Legion baseball

{: B. Nail, 3b. S. Bales, lb.McLendon team of Clewiston lost their first

lb. Rogers, SS and P.cjr St. Petersburg, June 26.FNS) game of the season against Belle Kilgore's Tallahassee Stateis pared with $21,061.19 in 1931.
r Alston, C. Daniels, C. With the successful completion of I
Glade Sunday at Brown's Peanut
:; a newspaper that delights in dig- This session the senate spent $4-
C. Nail If. P and SS. their first motion picture "Chole "
11f, Hendry ;; farm. The boys have already won ging up all the statistics and ar- 298.26 for miscellaneous investi-
Mitchell, rf. Harris, rf. Kennedy Productions operating in four games from this same team ranging them so that we can ,all gations while in 1931 the senate
Cato, rf. Dowd, cr.Wilson their recently established motion pic-
" end being over cdnfident let six uudertsand them. In its current pent $1,777.70 for miscellaneous
P. Doughtry, 3b. ture studio at Kennedy City, an- runs slip by them in the third, issue Mr. Kilgore shows that t he and J> $949.49 for specials. The house
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Theriot, ss.Junction. nounce that work will begin this fourth, fifth and sixth frames. The 1933 legislature failed to apply the has no charge listed this year for

week on a second picture, "Play- score was tied several times and rule that economy should begin at miscellaneous items but spent $9-
City, Kans., June 29-A things of Desire," in which Claire there were any number of tight home. 591.62 for that purpose and $750

temperature of 116 degrees was re Windsor, famous cinema star, will plays made. Thomas pitched three His article follows: for specials in 1931.

corded here this afternoon. have the leading role.I' innings and found it a very hard If the 1933 session of the legislature -
Total cost of the 1933 session to
task when he hurt his arm in the cost less than that of 1931it
date is $81,673.32 as compared
first inning. Clark took the hurlingend will be due to a lower price for
Relief Gardens Life Savers. with $88,948.64 last session. The
Proving =
I I in the fourth and pitched good printing and not to an applicationof house cost to date is $117,808.58,
base ball during the four inningshe the rule that economy, like charity -
almost the same as the cost in
Gainesville, Fla.-Relief gardens ing a small wage to some farmerto was in the box. But due to errors should begin at home. .
1931, $117,179.24.Cost
have been a life-saver for many grow vegetables for distributionto made by team-mates lost his With a few bills yet to be pre- of the two houses combinedwas

destitute Florida families duringthe the needy. In all of these plans, game. Both teams were doing good sented the cost of the 1933 sessionhas $206,127.88 in 1931 for the

last six months, A. P. Spencer, much of the planning and supervision hitting but getting nowhere.'" Belle reached $199,481.89, more ,regular session and the total cost
vice-director of the Florida Agricul- have fallen to the county and Glade got four hits, Clewiston than $6,000 less than that! of the of both houses for one regular and

tural Extension Service, said in a home demostration agents. The three. Batteries for Belle Glade, regular session of 1931 but indi- two extra sessions was $423-
recent address in which he explained county agents have worked out the Lefty Cooke and Weeks, for Clewis- cations are that even that small 782.70. _

how the relief gardens had been plans of the different vegetables to ton, Thomas, Clark and Ward. Um- gap will be more nearly closed In the first weeks, sessions were

planned by county and home dem- plant and the best methods of grow- pires unknown. when everything is paid up in full. held only in the mornings and

onstration agents afcid welfare ing them, while the home demon- The remuneration of members is there were some long week end?,

workers. stration agents have directed whole- Mulberry, Fla., June 27.-FNS) about the same, $15,467.70 for so it may be fair to estimate that
sale canning of the for later 1933 and $15,468.10 for 1931 in
The farm population is now the surplus -Work is expected to begin shortlyon the average working day was 5
largest in history. The general home us of distribution.Mr. the construction of a ship canal the senate and $39,094.80 for 1933 hours. On this basis and figuring

back-to'-the-farm movement which Spencer told of one gardenin from Tampa Bay to Mulberry which and $39,187.40 for 1933 In the 26 working days to a month, the ,
Hillsborough county which con- will permit ships to dock and load house.
brought it about helped unemploy- cost was about $1,000 a day, $800an
tained 100 acres, how that it had at phosphate mines, thus eliminatingthe Attache hire is a little lower minute. '
hour $13.25 a
(, ment in the city: some but it has or
not lightened the situation in rural given temporary employment to rail haul from this, point to Port for the senate with $52,828 in Mr.: Kilgore goes on to point out
some 5,000 people since October, Tampa and Boca Grande. 1933 and $53,593 for 1931. The
'* secions. Much of this badly needed it is difficut to find any tax relief -
relief has been furnished by these and how that fresh vegetables fromit The project Is being undertaken by house went a little higher for at- from reductions in t he state
n relief gardens. had been supplied to 1,000 needy the Lakeland-Gulf Canal Company, taches this term than last with salary scale. The article follows: .
I families. He told of many other charter for which was signed last $57,307 this session and $46- Failure of the legislature' to find

Three plans of relief gardens smaller gardens that had proven week by Governor Sholtz. Surveyswere 586.83 two years. ago. big savings for the taxpayers in
have been used. The first and most just as available to their communities made for this project by engineers Printing bills are Aiot Complete governmental cost reduction is' a

Important was the encouraging of nd said that they were scat- of, national note. They specify due to unavoidable delay with the bitter disappointment. Ito :the tax-
individual gardens to furnish ade- tered in every section of the state. a canal 100 feet wide and 30 feet last days' journals. So far the payers who looked forward to a

quate food for the family. The sec- Especially did he mention the can- deep. Cost of construction is estimated senate spent' $7,014.54 against new deal. But the legislature i% '

ond was the community garden, ning of the surplus, frqm. these gar- at H,000,000 all of which la $17,412,34 lait cession! while the I IQoutlnI111
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anti ttuj lhh'tW6\ tb plan] of* pay tteb0, lhto 'bo f ayktttilIii! house ban spent) flO.lSWf AH cool- (",) ( cm" tout" t Plt. O)' ,.,


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butcher; he says It's so. '
The Clewiston News for inaugurating the new programis Carl has a penchant for fishing \
clearly with the state board. To hied himself to the lake
so he a -
Published every Friday in Clewiston go out to get the reaction of school I TOO LATE TO RUSSELL II few days ago full of ambition and

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, officials about something nobody CLASSIFYAnd KAY with a box full of minnows succeeded \

Inc. understands is an irritating waste in hooking quite a few. Nothing ,

of time and money.\ unusual about that did you say? '
: class matter E. J. Keefe, chairman of the haven't to the "fishy"part '\
Entered as second couldn't I fix Well, we got \
and
I've all this this
board, summarized now after spent versity year .
., February 1, 1927, at the Post Office Hillsborough coach the high yet. He felt the tug of a big' j
general sentiment when he said: time sobbin' and wringin' my hands it up for him to
\ at Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of hundreda one on his line and began to reel j I
"It has been intimated that the over the plight of the poor down- school team at a couple '
: of March 3, 1897.A him in, when all at once he felt 1 *
find that he's the month to start and by the way my
county boards did not do a good trodden taxpayer, I ; '
; full dis-
his line slacken. Then of -
job; now we are unable to find out guy that's really to blame for the note will be due in a couple of weeks
newspaper devoted to the best and not the public officials but don't about that., appointment he pulled in his line '4
when this state board is going to I mess we're in worry .
one"
and found that the "big hadA
interests of Hendry county, Florida. get organized so we can ask it ; we've been pickin' on so free- And that, folks, is typical of the got away Now, wait, that isn't .-:};Yi j; If
It's leading newspaper. something"{ ."-St. IPetersburg Inde- ly. situation you'll find everywhere you there's f { ,
the end of the yarn, another y
pendent. I So this column is dedicated to the go. Men with money and political
chapter. In a few minutes, j!
Subscription rate, per year. .....$2.00 boys at the state house the courthouse influence, who pose as humble tax-
at a spot about a hundred yards j
Outside of State of Florida--....$2.50 SEALS GO NORTH TO RAISE I and the city hall. Regular payers, constantly harass and brow- from where he felt the line slacken,
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FAMILIES ,'fellows for the most part, just plain beat public officials to advance their
he saw "his" fish leap into the air, j
every day human, beings like you and own selfish interests.
Business Office, Clewiston News, shake himself vigorously which \
Clewiston, '''Florida. Editorial and Having spent the entire winter me. Now and then you find a public of- sent the minnow above the surface ,
Last week I had something to
Advertising, same. swimming in sunny California waters -I' say ficial who resents such a practice, one of the water near his feet. He j i
the fur seal has returned to on the subject of "nepotism" and a who refuses to be a party to the picked up his minnow, retied it to I'
friend of mine who has been a public
USE FOR HYACINTHS his, home in the Pribiloff Islands, racket, but that kind ,of a guy don'tget his line and caught some more fish '
official for a long time dragged'me '
guarded all the way by :U. S. Coast into and told very far. Something)) always hap- with it. Can you top this tale? :
a "speak openly" me
Guard cutters. One might think pens to him, another man takes his
To visitors to Florida from his side of the story over a stein of While on the subject of tall .\b
that California should be good place and the'game goes merrily on.
northern states, the water hyacinth stories, we glean this one from the {
beautiful sight. The enough for them, but seals are just 3.2.He Maybe it might be interestin' If we
presents a says the way we been ravin'and Arcadian: j
pale color standing out from the like people-they like to get back carryin' on about relatives on quit worryin' so much about the '
home once in a while.' Not being judge's daughter holdin' a "If there is any danger of your
in canals lakes county
of ,
mass greenery the payroll you'd think that nobodybut of \
able to afford a boat ride, the'yswim court house and did a little imagination being stretched out
and in fact stream job,
and ponds every
public officials had any kin folks j
well to layoff
be
' f several thousand miles to snoopin' around to see who else was shape it might ]
,. in the state, is a thing of beauty ot worry about.'Accordi"n' .
to these visitors. But to us, the their breeding' grounds.The to him it isn't the rela- on the payroll, how they got there, this story. However it is vouched I
hyacinth' has been only something reason for' the Coast Guard's and why they continue to hold their for by ''Rev. F. K. McGee and his j J
tives of officials that's gummin' up
is the same old story of There might be downtrodden son, Ferrell McGee, the latter a '<,
a
to clog the flow of water in drain- presence job. poor t
: the works half as much as it is the is *
age canals, impede the progress of the man who killed the, goose that kin folks of the poor sufferin' tax- taxpayer at the\bottom of, it prominent, poultryman, and this
the laid the golden egg. The peal hunt- a sort of.. poultry story. j.
and to gnarl
boats something
payers I've been pinch-hittin' for.
be satisfied with leav- "A or more ago some members I
fisherman's cast. At last a use has ers couldn't You see he happens to be a mem- And now I've got that off my chest, year
I been discovered for the hyacinth. ing the mothers' to bring up their ber of one of these much maligned : I'm gonna sit back and gloat over a of the McGee household went ,. .
for future hunting. They on a hunting trip to the Big Cy- ..JfA
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In a letter to the Florida Times pups county school boards and one of his nice pretty invitation I just received ,
killed cows by the thousands :at; the press country in the everglades, ,
Union, C. H. Kennerly, manager of little chores is the appointment of from Publisher H. D. Harkreader of ;
other and other trophies of the
Pribiloff rookeries leaving
among
I : the Kay-Bee Farms, gives some interesting teachers. the Palatka Daily News.
thousands of helpless pups to starve : hunt brought back a hen turkey. ;
: [ facts on experimenting to death. "My wife's sister is a darn good Hark wants me to forget my trou- In dressing the ':bird a fully developed -

i pr with hyacinths. Seal hunting has therefore be- teacher," he says, "but I wouldn't bles and come up to his town on July egg ;was /taken from the i'

His letter, in part, follows: come a duty of the governments dare give her a job. The indignant J 4th for the big celebration over the body. The, egg was put into an in- i

1 J ; "We have been conducting experiments simply because private industry taxpayers would be chasin' me, with lifting of tolls on the Memorial cubator for a time, then trans- .;
blood hounds if I did. Bridge.It :
i' of growing vegetable couldn't muster the common sense ferred to another incubator, later
I l I crops during the hot, dry ,summer to protect itself. No pelagic, or "But old man Whoosit in the bank seems they're gonna make who-' to a hen which was about to bring !'

months, by mulching them with open sea, fishing is permitted, except over there, a piller in the Taxpayers pee for about twenty-four hours with out a brood, and in due time the ;

water hyacinths, and our results to Indians equipped with their League, who owns three buildingsand parades, fireworks, band concerts, a turkey egg was hatched out. The ',

so exceeded our expectations, that primitive canoes and harpoons. an apartment house, and holds banquet, an address by the gover- product of this egg is as thoroughly S|

I we want to give the Florida farm- Hunting with firearms is not al- my note, has two daughters, an old norand dancin', 'with a private en- domestic as any bird could he, |

! ers the results we have received, lowed. maid aunt, the wife's cousin and a tertainment in room 215 durin' in- and has since been a sort of house- ,f

I and as your paper always stands Fur sea bulls reach maturity in son-in-law on the people's payroll termission. ? hold pet."Now ;
I. ready to tell the Florida farmers and still he ain't satisfied. It sure sounds interestin' and I the If J
seven years and weigh between 400 that's story. you \
I anything that should be helpful to nad 500 pounds. They are about'six 'I "His son graduated from the Uni- wouldn't be "surprised if I did. want to get into an argument as' ito J

them, we thought you would like feet in length, and have a I whether the poor dead turkey j

I to tell them about, our experiments.. girth of nearly five feet. The females hen, the first incubator, the second .'t
over which our people dash to Tampa inventive genius is still functioninga
"This should be worth '
discovery reach maturity: at three incubator, or the hen which finally j
I millions to the Florida farmers and years, and their weight seldom ex- spend goodly sums of money-in- hundred percent. hatched the egg, was the real \

grove owners, for by mulching their ceed 80. pounds. Fur is best on eluding purchase of a lot of gas! The Collier trophy is the world's mother of that turk, wade in up to :;

I crops with water hyacinths, which three-year-old bulls and bachelors, which is in that $2,202,686 Hills- premier aviation prize, held by a your neck." -*

abound in the St. Johns river, and and these are the animals singled borough tax-and come home to earn scant dozen of the great pioneers )
can be had for ,the trouble of gath- out for slaughter.The enough for another good time or of the air. It was founded by Rob- Emmett Shelley says he's discov- ;
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, ering them, they keep their soil bulls precede the cows to shopping spree. ert J. Collier of the Collier's Weekly. ered a cheap way to "go to the \'
I Tampa has "got back" plenty from World Fair." He says all you have '
moist and cool during the hottest the rookeries by several days. Pick- Incidentally it is worth ,noting '
road building. One of its most treas- to do is to stay within three blocksof 1
I and driest weather we will ever ex- ing out their favorite spot, they that the same magazine is responsible -
brother Tom who just returned -
ured industries. huge cement plantIs his ,
t perience, and will enable the vegetable -, wait for the females, and try to get for the greatest award in another -
\ growers, with the aid of as many as possible to join their' maintained in part by road field of sports-the Walter from Chicago, and you'llhear
all there is in Chicago. Tom '
spraying to keep the insects down, harem. The number ranges from building. Road contractors over a Camp gold footballs which are ( f

to grow almost any crop all sum- one to '100 or more depending upon wide territory buy their supplies awarded annually, to the allAmerican and Evelyn didn't miss much. Jj

mer long. We have a tomato crop, the fighting ability of the bull. As there. Tampa labor gets more than team selected for many years Naturally Bagasse isn't a literary -..fq'column -'

that has been mulched for some these furious and noisy fights pro- its share of employment because it by him and now chosen by experts but we are always glad to

weeks, that are nearly shoulder gress the cows merely loll about, finds work in the service of supply as who were his pupils.-National In- give the budding poets a break

high, and loaded with perfect fruit, waiting for the men-folks to decide well as on the rods. Tampa profits dustrial News. when possible. We print, a poem

and these have been grown duringthe who is to be who's. About, a week more from road building than another :> by Dicky Owen, age eight, which is

hottest and dryest weather we after this each cow presents the city in the state. .....N..N..N..................................................................................... entitled, "Washing:"
have ever experienced in Florida." old man with a pup. These pups And not only from building, but l. I don't like to wash

are taught to swim' in a month or from maintenance, which is practically n Neither do 'you /
"AS CLEAR AS MUD.:\ six weeks and are J taken south all state money is now being iJ BagasseKMH But when you wash

again in the winter. used for. Let a piece fo road up You know it's true. '
More than a hundred school offi- above go bad and see how quickly N H N X..H..H"H"H N H.<">.H..K"HAlright .':: When you wash '. .. '.

cials from West Coast counties, including business, from the Peace river south, now, consarn It, you have You get clean ',, "

Pinellas, met in Tampa WHAT TAMPA "GETS BACK""Hillsborough would switch over night 10.from Tampato been calling Bagasse a tall-tale- I And a germ. .

Wednesday to try to penetrate the Miami. teller, so he's going to spring one Can't be seen. '.".'
mystery of the new state board of county," complainshe Tampa should kick about what it and give his source of information. So let's wash .

education. State SuperintendentW. Tampa Tribune, "in 1932 paid$2,202,68G "got back" from road building. What If it's too tall a tale to take with- Every day ,:'t, ., "
S. Cawthon was there, and in motor taxes and got it got back was a considerable share out gulping a grain of salt, blame And keep those '

bravely faced the questioners, but '''back $747,392. That's 'balancing of that progress which has made it a Carl Reddish, Clewiston Supply I Nasty germs away.
when the session ended many of the budget' according to the prevailing city of 100,000 population. And it

the delegates frankly stated that system of distribution. comes with especially poor grace'

the situation was "as clear as "Balancing the budget" for road from the Tampa Tribune, which has

mud." building is exactly what it is. It balances benefited more than any other enter- II.....................................................................................................................................................................................

They wanted to know about sal- to some extent, the money pre- prise we can think of to keep harp- --- -- .

aries and other finances, about viously' spent by other counties in ing continuously of the budget the .. .. t

dropping teachers and cutting frills, building roads to Tampa. But not,to hinterland has so generously helped ..!... I ..i't:
about summer schools, unproductive the extent the Tribune tries to make Tampa to balance. ,- Moore Haven ..

high schools, and this and that. out The Tribune conveniently disre Democrat. '

Again and again Superintendent gards a considerable value which !I CLEWISTON 60LF i j S

Cawthon was obliged' to say that he Tampa "got back" from the motor IN TIME OF PEACE, PREPARE
did not know. He --,-
pleaded with taxes paid by Hillsborough county
them that he was only a memberof residents. It will be ,something of a shock to

the state board, and that the For example Tampa got back maintenance a world striving for peace to learn !i COURSE Ii

board had not interpreted the law over the several hundred that the Collier trophy in. aviationhas i .,,, ,-

and formulated a program. "If miles of roads over' which the Tampa been awarded to Glenn Martinas ,;. .i
want to rawhide the state Tribune "the world's most Important } "'' :
you delivery trucks speed every ', ;
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board" he declared, "you had bet- morning to carry that excellent paperto manufacturer of large military air- ; : : =i:

ter go to it. I am not the board." towns outside Hillsborough county planes." The award comes to him 1 .. ..

He went on to explain that these ; Not only the Tribune trucks but in recognition of the achievementsof .1i,.,

meetings around the state were the trucks of all the wholesalers and the new Martin bomber, whichis i ..t..

called to permit him "to learn the distributors and many of the retailers credited with changing the air .:.

viewpoint of the people." If correctly who make Tampa the big city power balance of the nations, and I ..::..

quoted, that was a naive that it is. lifting this country from inferiorityto

declaration. What the people wantis For the part which it pays of top place by giving it the, ,most 111

information about the new rules Hillsborough county's $2,202,686 in deadly of known weapons of wara A Open to the i

and some inkling about the motor taxes, Tampa also "gets back" ponderous bombing plane that

handling of school finances.. The 'the trade which flows to its stores flies as fast and is as maneuverable

superintendent, should have known and hotels and its business houses as the lightest attack planes. iI Pilhuic'i"

that "viewpoint" before he left Tal- over the section of the Tamiaini'rail The actual performance of the I ,

lahassee. Everywhere he has gone, in Lee county built by the property Martin bomber are a jealously :
he has met the same questions: owner of this county, and over guarded secret of the War Depart- :: I' ::
I
"What about the new board's rulings roads in other counties, all leading: ment, but enough has leaked out to I 4. ..

4 ? What about money?" He to; Tampa, which were built by the I arouse the envy of foreign powers I : +

has been unable to answer either, taxpayers of those counties. A partof whose attack ships cannot match its .+. I .i' .' 'I"::-:,
and has, learned that the "view- Tampa's gas tax goes to pay for flight. Martin's factory is workingon '.' ..

point of the people" is simply the state roads built by counties to provide a $2,000,000 contract from the Moderate Green Fees 4 "
viewpoint at a guessing contest. swift and convenient access to Air Corps for 38 of these 200-mlle'- ,

The logical procedure would Tampa, the result being that the city an-hour engines of destruction. .
Exceptional Fairways :*:
seem .to have been for the state has grown and its people have pros- This looks like a strange business y S
board of education to interpret the pered. for a country which is tryingto I
:: Interesting Greens
t new law, decide what its programwas Perhaps0that benefit shouldn't be induce the world to indulge in 5:

ten; be, and then send out the included in what Tampa "got back." drastic limitation of armaments. A A I L Lf 111

superintendent, if such a trip were Strictly speaking it isn't something Nevertheless, no American can fail
I necessary.. The legislature trans- Tampa "got back." It is a volume of to experience a thrill of pride at the ,

ferred powers from local to state business Tampa never had until. Lee air leadership which Is thus Indi- 1I ; ;-<'*>><*< ;'<<' .; ..;. :.c..x 'K *X1I

authorities, and the responsibility county and othor counties built roads; cated, und the proof that, American '




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Miss Mills, Miss Thomas, Mrs. W. B. and twenty, was forbidden to ester

Furgess, Miss Helen Brinson, Miss Canaan because"he had taken creditto

I Personal Mention I :Mary Bush, Miss Evelyn Hare, and himself for the miracle of bring- VACATIONSand

Miss Betty Spicer.Appropriate ing water out of the rock. Before F

\ prizes were presented his death, by divine direction, he t "

Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Furgess were Mrs.Earl. ,holder of high score, solemnly appointed Joshua as his I I

shopping in Ft. Myers Saturday. Mrs. Berner, holder of the lucky cut, successor; and no one could have .

J. and Mrs. McFadden, low; Mrs. Wallace been found who was better fitted '
.. '
:: Mr.and. Mrs. W. C. Hooker were was presented a lovely guest for the position.The HEALTH
I
visitors In West Palm Beach Friday.J. prize. lesson begins:

it "Now after the death of ,Mrses the ;'N I

H. Peeples, of Citrus Center, CHURCH NOTICES servant of the Lord, it came to pass By Dr. ERNEST H. LINES

r was in Clewiston on business Satur- A cordial welcome awaits you at that the Lord spake unto Joshua Eminent New Authority York Life and Insurance Chief Medical Company Director

! day. Clewiston's churches. the son of Nun; ;Motes' minister,

'1 saying, Moses my servant is dead;; For children, the summer months I advance by the family physicianand

4 _t Miss Mignonne St.Martin spent the therefore arise. over this are playtime. Free from '
SAINT MARGARET'S CATHOLIC now go the tasksof a record should be sent to the

l week end at her home in West Palm CHURCH Jordan, thou, and al! this people, the schoolroom they look: for- camp Authorities so they may regu-

Beach. unto the land which I do give to ward eagerly to the games and late the child's' activities in accord-

Father F. J. Finnegan, Pastor. them, even to, the children of pleasures of the vacation period. ance with his physical condition.
MIss Bertha Gram and J. M. Couse Israel. Every place that the sole of But intelligent and careful plan- Explosions

of'lIoore Haven were here on busi- your foot shall tread uponlat;: ning for the holidays is as essen-
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Many accidents to children occur
ness Friday. have I given unto you, as I said tial for children as for adults.
from the explosion of dynamite caps
unto Moses. From the wilderness Since the routine of school health
Rev. D. C. Mountford, Pastor. left lying around vacant houses,
Mr. and Mrs. Gayle McFaddenwere and this Lebanon even unto the educators is suspended full respon-
Church Services in the Hay Bldg. summer cottages' and other places
visitors in West Palm Beach great river, the river Euphrates, all sibility for )health falls on the
where children them
may pick up.
Sunday.Mr. the land of the Hittites, and unto shoulders of parents.
Sunday School, at 10:00 a. m. The Institute of Makers of Explo
the toward the going The vacation period of the aver-
great sea
Classes adults and for sives
for children. reports that 500 children are
and Mrs. L. C. Miller, and Capt.C. down of he sun, shall be your age city'' child is usually spent with
Morning Worship, at 11:00 a. m. killed or injured annually from
H .Miller:! were week end visitorsin coast. adult relatives at summer resorts, 1
Sermon topic, "Fear Not." playing with ,blasting caps. Mostof
Tampa. There shall not any man be able at organized camps, or in the year-I
B. Y. P. U. at 7:00.: p. m., Mrs.D round these accidents occur during the
to stand before thee all the days of city environment. It is the '
C. Mountford leader summer months.
,
t Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hall spent Sat- unfortunate children who I
: thy life; ,as I was with Moses. so T spend the "
urday in Miami, where Mr. Hall had Evening Worship, at 8:00 p m."Ser-- will be with thee; I will not fail last type of vacation who require A still greater number of chil-
mon topic, "Seeing is Believing. dren are maimed by the explosionof
gone on business.Mr. I thee, nor forsake thee. Be strong the closest supervision..

I and of a good courage; for unto They should be particularly firecrackers. Lock-jaw and

and Mrs. Tom Shelley returned FIRST COMMUNITY CHURCHRev. this people shalt thou divide for an warned against over-exertion and I. burns are a serious. danger. Don't

to Clewiston Sunday from a twoweeks' inheritance the land, which I sware heat prostration, against eating I let the Fourth of July be a reminder -

trip to Chicago. W. B. Furgess, Pastor. unto their fathers to' give them. foods handled by street vendors, that your child has lost his
life, or an eye, or some fingers
and against the
Only be thou strong and very cour- dangers of acci-
Sunday School at 9:45 Dr. from a firecracker explosion.In .
4 'Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Allen and Mr. a. m., ageous ,that thou mayest observe to dent from automobiles. The most

and Mrs. M. R.., Lawler spent. Sunday J. W. Ezelle, superintendent. Classesfor do according to all the law, which tragic aspect of the child's vaca- short, plan the child's vaca.

in West Palm Beach. children and for adults. Moses my servant' commanded thee; tion 'period is the increased num- tion so that it combines the great-"

Morning services will not be con- turn not from it to the right handor ber of avoidable accidents to chil- est freedom from the nervous ten

Mr. and Mrs. Hoomes Rich returned ducted until Fall. to the left, that thou mayest pros- dren due to the failure of parents sion of the formal classroom with

to Clewiston Sunday from aweek's Evening Services, at 8:00 p. m. Ser- per whithersoever thou goest." and children to carry on the safety the highest regard for the rulesof

visit with friends in Miami. mon topic, "Out of 'Plumb." 'The boundary of the lands to campaign waged throughout the healthful living and the greatest

be' conquered are thus shortly school year.Although. care to avoid accidents. Continue

Carlile' Reddish, of Jacksonville, stated: The boundary on the south swimming is excellent I the child's regular rest period. It

arrived Friday for an extended visit tmfoap cfJooIlte5 was to be the desert; on the north, exercise for children, particularlysince possible, bring the child close to

here with his father, Carl Reddish. the Lebanon Mountains; on the it teaches them how to take the lessons of the great outdoors.See .

northeast, the River Euphrates, and care of themselves in the water, to it that, with an abundanceof

Miss Mary Bush, Miss Helen Brin- on on the west, the Mediterranean Sea. care should be taken to avoid the sunlight, air, rest and directed

son, and Glen Etherton and Van The death of Moses 'is describedin pollution of "the old swimming recreation, the little ciizen goes

Bush motored to West Palm Beach SUBJECT: Joshua. I the last chapter of Deuteronomy, hole." Children who go to sum- ]I back to school with a sound mind

Sunday.Mr. GOLDEN TEXT: "Be strong and 1 verses '1 to 5 inclusive. mer camps should be examined in and a sound body.

of a good courage; be not afraid, You can see that God commanded'

and Mrs. G.B.. Thomas and neither be thou dismayed; for the Joshua to "Arise and go over this
I LEE REPORTS
MORE THAN I
daughter, :Mary Louise, left today Lord thy God is with thee wither- Jordan," though the river was swol- TOMASELLO: TO CONFER WITH

for a two weeks' visit with relativesand soever thou goest." Joshua 1:9. len by the spring floods, and there .15275,000; IN SCHOOL FUNDS FUTCH OJQ "LOST" MEASURE:

friends in Tampa.Mr. LESSON TEXT: Joshua 1:1-9; were no fords nor ferries. From I ----.

23; 1, 2, 14.PRACTICAL. its source at Mt. Hermon in the :' Comptroller J. M. Lee reports that
Tallahassee June 27-FNS-
and Mrs. G. O. Wallace and north to its mouth in the Dead Sea, the state school fund has a total of ,

family are moving from Clewiston to TRUTH OF LES- a' distance of about '104 miles, it I more than $275,000 available for the Speaker Peter Tomasello of the
SON: When God commands us to
Pahokee tomorrow, where Mr. Wall- falls 2292 feet. The crossing of county school boards. This sum is House stated that he would conferin
do anything, he will assist us in Its
ace has been transmerred. accomplishment.Joshua the Jordan is described in Joshua I being deposited this week as directed Leesburg with President T. G.

3:14-17. \ by Governor Sholtz., The comptroller's -
was selected 'when the Futch, of the Senate, in regard to
"This book of the law shall not records show the school
Mr. and Mrs. R and
C. Nowling,
Israelites were camped east of t he i signing House joint resolution 382,
Mrs. Nowling's sister, Miss Mildred Jordan depart out of thy mouth; but thou fund to include $149,246.46 from
near Jericho.It calling for a constitutional amend
shalt meditate therein day and motor vehicle licenses; $10,763.40
Osteen for
are leaving tomorrow a
seems impossible to know the ment to consolidate the offices of
to where will night, that thou mayest observe to interest on invested school bonds;
trip: % Chicago, they attend date of the lesson.INTRODUCTION couty tax assessors and collectors.
the World Fair. do according to all that is written $32,025.44 from the one mill state
This resolution was approved by
: "Jehovah Saves"a therein; for then thou shalt, make I ad valorem tax; and $95,685.61. from
both houses during the recent legislative -
name most appropriate to the
J. E. Beardsley was a business visi- thy way prosperous, and then thou beer taxes and licenses, a new sourceof
l session but misplaced by
was
part the great' leader was to playin "
tor in Fort Myers yesterday where he shalt have good success. school revenue.
his nation's being incorrectly filed with a num-
history. "Johru" is
"
"The book of the law, men-
went on business connected with the
the same name as '"Jesus his tribe ber of dead bills, before being
drainage districts, of which he is one ; I tioned in verse 8 was doubtless "
ing God's promises to will signed the officers.
was Ephraim; his father was Nun. you; us I by presiding
written by Moses under God's di-
of the coreceivers.Mrs. .
His be kept, if we obey him. The resolution was found last week.
birthplace was the land of rection. Courage and faith in God

Goshen, in northeastern Egypt. He and obedience to his laws were
Cora Cothern left fora .
visit with relatives in Monday Moore Haven was about forty years old at the commanded of Joshua, and upon his ,.........................................................................................................;.................................................................'
time of the exodus and about eighty obedience God promised to prosper p.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...IIJI
after having spent a'few days
years old when called upon to suc- him and the people.
here with her son, Van Cothern,.and ceed Moses.
JOSHUA'S FINAL ADVICE:
family.
The exploration of Canaan after "And it came to pass a long time yv

the crossing of the desert was in- after that Joshua was' old and stricken A

Mrs. Roane and son, of Jackson-I trusted to twelve men, each representing : in age.. And Joshua called for all :::: :;::!:

ville, who have been visiting lIrs.Roane's a tribe, and Joshua represented Israel, and for their elders, and for 'yy... KNOW THE .A:..:.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fos-I the tribe of Ephraim. On their heads, and for their judges, yy: : Ayy
ter Meredith, returned to their' home their return alone with Caleb
made and for their officers, and said unto
this'week.. yy
a courageous and hopeful report, them, I am old and stricken with yy

declaring that they would conquer age; and behold, this day I am go- :;::: ::::!:
C.F.. Trainor and R. N. Smith, the land. Only Joshua and Calebof ear'th A
ing the way of ,all the ; and
who have been stationed at Pahokee, that generation entered into the: ye know'' that. one thing hath ;. -1> MEN .AA.i"i. :..:.

lave been temporarily transferred to promised land. Even Moses, still failed of all the good things which ..:.'.... .t..t...::..,
the office of the U. S. Engineer here "
vigorous at the age of one hundred the Lord your God spake concern- AA.i"i.
,for a few weeks. .:..:.

vvo A.i..i.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McDonald and -- If you don't know the men personally, at least f+
....
children left Sunday for a visit with :::::: know them by reputation and know that they : :
.friends and relatives in Jacksonville, f.:. actually are behind and taking interest in the :?::?:

Fla., and Ludowici, Ga. They will ...>..... corporation in which you invest your money. .......:..
return 'in about three weeks. o
G .MILK .:... WKen you are approached to buy automobile XXi
f .i..i.i ; stock, don't buy this stock, on the statement that : :
Mrs. C. L. Nail, Mrs. G. F. Terrill, :::::: the same amount of money invested in the original :x&n!::!:

and Miss Jessie Heath motored to .i.; ';. Ford company would have earned you so manyxx .i..i.
....
P
t Tampa Sunday. Miss Heath, who has ::: millions of dollars, but find out what is behind the : :
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Terrill, +4:: company offering you this stock and who are the :j: :

6 left from there for her home in For .:..i. directors and how do these directors ,stand in the s.:.
White Springs. the Little ChildMILK :::::: citizenship of the community. 0.y !

ff
{
Lt. and Mrs. M. H. Hemmenway, IS AN INCREASING NECESSITY .yy.... .'- .:..:.
of Jacksonville returned to Clewis- ; We Can You To !
Help
I :t::: ::::
ton this week, after an absence of ,
several During this period of greatest growth, increasethe .:..VY .;..:.
weeks while Lt. Hemenway
i was in Jacksonville on business. pint-a-day to a quart-a-day and help the *:*; Own Your Own Home :YY.!:::

--- little child become school child yy..'. n
SURPRISE PARTY a with a heal ; :
IS GIVEN ."v. Our officers and directors are well known citizens. .!..:.
FOR MRS. G. O. WALLACEMrs. thy body, straight back, strong, straight limbs; v .. .
,
Good teeth glossy hair smooth skin. t ;
,
Grover Poole and Mrs. F. R. *

j; Maxwell were hostesses to a num- FOR THE SCHOOL CHILDMilk jfl .
ber of their friends at the Watanabe I YY. Clewiston Home

Tuesday afternoon at a surprise par- helps him to "keep growing ;" to meet :?: :
ty given in honor of Mrs. G. O. Wallace O

who is moving to Pahokee Sat- the tasks of more work, more play; to resist

:- urday.Delicious refreshments were ser- the new diseases he meets at school ; to prevent i Building i Association I:f fyy .i.Administration

ved to: Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. J. E. faulty food habits ; to balance the meal he

Earl, Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mrs. j' E.
must eat from home -the school lunch.
away -- .... .:..:.
Beardsley, Mrs. H. Bryant, Mrs. L. .;.+ Building .;..;.
C. Miller, Mrs. G. O. Wallace, Mrs. yy

Bill Wallace, Mrs. G. A. Allen, Mrs. I Clewiston :!:EI:: Clewiston Florida ::::::
Dairy ....
Hoomes, Rich, Mrs. Roy Green, Mrs. '' CompanyDRINK : ;

G. B. Thomas, Mrs E. C. Mills, Mrs

A. A. Munroe, Mrs A. O. Ward, Mrs _
C. H Eernor Miss Louise MILK FOR HEALTH ;=,:.;; ..... "'>:...xoooL : !
Renfroe, :Nti.N:I:N:N:1RMNS.:N NN :N NS):N?":+ : >> i
Mrs, B. A, Bourne Mrs. A. J, Clan!, (> *)O.-X.x-. <->> ;-,.. :.(.)O.......,*">(>





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ROAD NO. 67 TO \ COMPARATIVE COSTS TWO ,.'i }' '

SESSIONS ., ,

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(Continued from first page) 'f. .'
TO BE PAVED SAY
not to be censured too severely.A .
'
review of the chief items of ,: 1.

STATE OFFICIALS state expense will quickly reveal '':y';

the difficulty of reducing them

enough to give the taxpayer the

(From Moore Haven Democrat relief prayed for.

Members of the state road department In round numbers the most not- 93 \ .." .
meeting in Tampa Wednesday able expenditures from the state '
promised the Glades county treasury in order of their size are:
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.delegation that the first federal aid 1. Returned to the counties for 1

money turned over to the state debt service, G,000,000. f ifj:

would be used for surfacing Road 2. Expended by the state road t

67 from Main's Corner through Department for maintenance, 'sup- 2 t} ,. .

Moore Haven to Smoak's Corner, I port of some 1,500 convicts in road I ur; l it ? jt / -

according to County Commissioner camps and completion of contracts -'
R. Boe, who was one fo the dele I most of them matching federalaid 11i tr' rr .- .. '
gates to the meeting. Other
$6,000,000.
bers of the Glades county mem-I
(Gov. Sholtz considered for a I1 r
tion included Representative
time using some of this gasoline
Peeples and Geo. L. McGwigai
for schools and other
money pur-
Mrs. Peeples accompanied l\Ir.
poses but there were insurmountable -
Peeples on the trip. ;,
obstacles in the way.) -
Work on the bridges of this pro- -'
3. Returned to the counties for
ject is progressing satisfactory, ::
public schools, $5,000,000.
with material arriving and being .

I .' put in place and workmen are on 4. Hospital and penal institu-
,
the job completing everything except tions, $2,000,000. e'
.
A GLORIOUS
the concrete at a satisfactoryrate. 5. Institutions of higher learn- FOURTH

ing, $1,000,000. .
.
Driving of pilings was completed 6. Pensions for Confederate soldiers you haven't had a real glori flags, and place a cake with white Deviled Eggs Potato Chips ,'(

Wednesday for the bridge near and widows, $1,000,000. IF good time on the Fourth- icing in the center of the feast, Watermelon Pickles ..-

Wise's Corner, making a total of 7. Circuit courts, judges, jurors of-July since the days when sticking up a "border of these Chicken and Vegetable Salad ;:)

four bridges which now have all and witnesses and supreme court, you got up at sunrise to shoot off small flags In the top of the cake. Sandwiches .. :-
pile driving complete, thus finish- $750,000. the first fire-cracker and stayedtip "What to do" isn't a heavy Nut Bread, Cheese and Fig "
till all hours to shoot off that problem if your gang is congenial, Sandwiches '.
ing the driving of piling on all 1A
8. and live stock
Agriculture
,
i last sky-rocket-why not plan a but in case you feel a dull moment Melba Mold _.
bridges from Main's Corner toWise's combatting insect pests, cattle Fourth-of-July picnic supper anda coming on, have some game in Cocoanut Kisses Small Iced Cakes ( > .,.

Corner. Only three bridges ticks, etc., $750,000. large evening to follow? mind that is lively fnn. For ex- Coffee Fruit Nectar ":
remain for this work, two between -9. Conservation, game, fish, for- The recipe for this sort of party ample, Capture the Colors. Take
Moore Haven and Wise's Corner estry etc., 500000. is something like this: take along along with you plenty of bal Chicken and Vegetable Salad ..

and one just across Three Mile 10. Collection of revemue, sufficient people to mix well, add loons-red, white and blue ones- Sandwiches: Cut up the chicken ;::

canal.It $300,000. one picnic basket heaping with and give each player a balloon. from a 6-ounce can of chicken, : ,

is estimated that bridge work 11. Inspection service, $300- good food, sift in a generous sup- Divide the group into two oppos- add the contents of an 8-ounce ,t'.l
ply of fireworks all into can of peas which have been
will be pack ing sides and give each side a .
completed within thirty to 000. '
three or four cars, and step on goal line. The players stand on drained, one-fourth cup chopped
forty-five days, thus killing the 12. Health sanitation
land the their goal lines and keep batting celery and one-fourth cup chopped If'Jpimiento.

many promises that paving wouldbe $250,000. gas.Food, Flags and Fun their balloons into the air with Moisten well with may
completed before the September 13. Salaries, executive and ad- their hands. At a secret signal onnaise. Spread on buttered bread, :

storm period, however temporary ministrative 'departnufnts, $225- And first, there arises the ques- from the leader of the opposingside cover with lettuce leaf and top .

bridges are being provided which 000. tion of the picnic basket contents. that side dashes to the other with second slice of buttered .n

make it possible to use the gradeif 14. National Guard, $100,000. Be sure to select foods which can side's goal line and can captureany bread. y\t;

the detour becomes impassable. 15. General printing, $100,000. be prepared at home, or quickly balloon that is in mid-air. Melba Mold:' Bring one-third
put together on the spot, which Each and one-third milkto 7
Chairman Treadway of the road There are some other expenses, side is allowed three attackson cup sugar cup
will be as inviting as if they were the enemy's colors, and the boiling pour slowly over two
department stated to a Glades coun- such as the railroad commission at .
served in your own dining-room. side which comes out with the slightly-beaten egg yolks and cook
ty delegation My 25 that advertise- about $50,000, claims, etc. The Choose a red, white and blue largest number of balloons cap over hot water until thick, stir-

ment for bids would be started not federal government sends down a color-scheme of course, for your tured-they must be whole bal- ring constantly. Cool. Add one' k:

I later than July, and it is hoped few millions which pass through picnic accessories-white paper loons-wins the contest. cup beaten cream and two table-s,

I that this promise will be kept.It the treasury which also handles plates, blue napkins and red After the picnic supper, have spoons sherry flavoring. Drain "

was announced at the meeting some Everglades money.It paper cups are appropriateandyou your fireworks so planned that the contents of one No. 2 can of

I that H. M. Birthley, of Daytona will be noted that administrative can buy large paper table each one will have a chance to peach halves and pack one on

j! Beach, had been elected secretary of l salaries are well down the cloths which are patriotic In color "send off" some of the splendor. top of the other In the center of

I ;i ij the board, succeeding Karl Roesh. row and present little opportunity and design.0 If there are woodland And here is a delicious menu a tall cooky can, or a small coffee ,
J Roesh ] flowers to gather for your of tested recipes which will proveto can. Fill around the peaches with
r will remain with the department for measuring tax relief.-Miami
I table centerpiece, so much the be a refreshing supper for a the cream mixture, cover and
in
charge of prison
I '\ camps. Hal Post. better. If not, have on hand a warm evening. Each recipe serves pack in ice and salt for four
I L. Furlow, of Lakeland, was named plentiful supply of tiny American eight persons. t hours. Slice on a platter
division engineer for the first, divis-i Raiford, June 26.. FNS) The

ion succeeding R. K. VanCamp. state pardon board came here this !

Glades is among the counties makingup week for the purpose of investigatingall !
Tallahassee
June 27-(FNS)_ t
the first division. worthy cases at the state prison.

Tallahassee, June 27.-FNS- prisoners Clemency whose will be records granted show to they any Rural Common Sense } By.d'foh: ;" ;; Vehicle Beginning License July tag'1,law the becomes new Motor ef w.rt:


deserve pardons or paroles even fective. Motorists may purchase 1933
Marcus Fagg, superintendent of t he J. ..
though their cases were not placed auto
tags for the
FOR pullets.
SUMMER SHELTER remaining six '
children's,: home in Jacksonville
has before the pardon board at its regular -
GROWING PULLETS ISINEXl'EXSIVE Summer shelters may be made in months at $5.00, $7.50 and $10.00. .
been
appointed by Governor Dave semi-annual hearing of pleas for ,
HAND 8, 10 or 12 foot lengths. A 10x10 Tags for trucks will .
AND cost
Sholtz to prisoners held in Tallahassee last 50 cents
succeed J. C. Huskisson as A-shaped shelter will accommodateabout i.
j state director of the Federal Emergency week. Between 1,200 and 1,300 applications -. 125 Leghorn pullets. It per hundred-weight up to 2,000 ,
I for Icemency from prisoners Gainesville, Fla.-Shelter shouldbe pounds; 60 cents to 3,000 pounds 75
; :
;
Relief organization. should be made 5 feet high at the :
J in county jails as well as the provided for the growing pullets cents to 5,000 pounds and $1.00 for : :.
ridge and 3 feet at the sides. The
The appointment was approved state penitentiary; are under consideration .during the summer, says N. R. all trucks above that weight. The A
2 feet from the
should be
) the Federal Relief Director, Harry OY// by the pardon board. Mehrhof, poultryman for the Agri- perches minimum cost for trailers will be

I Hopkins, of Washington and. Owen cultural Extension Service. It is floor.A $5.00. '

i R. Lovejoy, the Florida agent. Mr. Tallaahssee, June 25-FNS- essential that the pullets receive small door in the corner shouldbe

1 Fagg has had long experience with The appointment of J. V. Keen, Sarasota proper care, and shelter is needed provided for the pullets, the Guest in

j welfare problems and is widely and Robert J. Pleus, Orlando, during the hot days of summer. 'front door being used only by the don't Restaurant -- Why
known in the attendant. When the pullets are i you smile once in a while?
state for his philanthropic as assistant attorneys general has Summer shelters are cheaply con- You know r
il' activities. He will continue been announced by Attorney General structed, and provide more ro to be handled, a,, small catching with you can catch more flies

to serve as head of the Jacksonville I Cary D. Landis. The appointments roosting space for less money. crate can be placed in front of thesmall Pretty molasses than with vinegar. 1 \
Waitress
1 children's home. door. Yes, but I ; '
ecome effective July 1. Among the advantages of sum- tlon't want flies buzzing l
All four sides are covered with around 'i
mer shelter, as listed by Mr. Mehr me. ,
hof, are that summer shelter is wire, either 1 or 1 1-2 inch mesh. a

more easily cleaned, and it providesfor The floor should be covered with 1 ,1.

ventilation than can be ob- inch wire. If a wooden floor is ...... .. V
more .K<..x..x..X"XfckGood
tained in an ordinary brooder house. used, wire should be placed under- 1-t!

It should be built on skids, so it can neath the perches to prevent the .. f

. be moved to clean range, thus giv- pullets from coming in contact with

-. Y/4 Q ing an advantage in health to the I the droppings.
p FarmLand


DESTRUCTIVE TERMITES Marianna, June 26.-FNS-

KILLED BY FUMIGATING With headquarters in Marianna, A.

WITH CALCIUM CYANIDE W. Coleman, field supervisor for the
J
J Farm Credit Administration, has
0 111 Qa o < been placed In charge of all 1933
Gainesville, Fla.-Termites are for Rent
and prior loans granted by the Farmers -
with
best controlled by fumigating i
: Seed and Loan and Crop Produc-
calcium cyanide, says J. R. Watson,
tion Loan Offices In northwest Florida -
head of the Entomology Depart- i I
the counties of Hamil-
I including
;
ment at the Florida Experiment
Station. ton, Columbia, Suwannee, Baker, La- !

fayette, Wakulla, Leon, Gadsden Lib-
II I l i I I The termites are easily rceognized erty and all others west of the Chat- I I II
1
I!! II I I II as dirty-white insects about 1-4< tahoochee river.

inch long. They resemble ants, and TrespassersWill

are often called white ants. Their I

A $1 Dinner for Four I chief food Is wood, thus they are: is extremely poisonous. Be

' i quite destructive to dwellings and When only a few tunnels that ter-

T'S other buildings.In mites have made, are found in the ProsecutedThe

'ij,+1 I I pare as a simple dinner as like ABC this to if p reof diced boiled potatoes, one using the cyanide, Mr. Watson floor, it is not advisable to fumi- I

: 'If) know how to "do your you" tablespoon chopped onion and suggests that one pound of cyanidebe gate, simply pour carbon bisulphidein
sUms.
;! You'll find the total is one tablespoon chopped pimiento. allowed for 100 cubic feet the tunnels. t
f one dollar, Marinate in four every I .f I
tablespoons
and
t i:1: dollar a totally good dinner. The French dressing. Add two table- of space beneath the building. He Termites prefer cool, damp, dark 1

, ""I! here dinner we have planned spoons chopped walnuts and further suggests the stretching of places; therefore, such places
is one-
I i!' refreshing especially for hot'designed days. to be third cup mayonnaise. Add salt, paper from the sills to the ground, should be avoided as much as pos- eiCle

pepper and celery salt to. taste. leaving an opening on each side sible around the building. All rot-
't ; Sliced Canned Corned Beef 19# Serve on crisp lettuce. through which to throw the cyan- ting wood should be cleaned up in ,

Pea and Potato Salad 21# Prune Tapioca: Scald one cup ide. Wet the ground and then the vicinity; of the building and no

; [ Tomatoes Stuffed with milk, add two and one-half table- sprinkle the cyanide evenly over it. wooden structure, such as fences or

Ij\: Bread Cottage and Cheese Butter 25 7## spoons for, fifteen minute minutes tapioca in and cook Close the openings and the doors trellises, should extend from t he ton j r
a double
Prune Tapioca boiler and windows on the first floor, and ground to the wooden parts of the
25
<;f stirring often Cool.
Add
Ii 1 Demi-tasse 3# the contents of one 4-ounce vacate the building for at least 24 building. The building should be Company

f Pea and Potato Salad of strained prunes, beat and fold can hours. Before trying to reoccupythe placed preferably on stone or concrete .
!
the contents of one 8-ounce: Drain in one eg white pile in glasses building open up and allow it pillars, but wooden posts thor- I I I j.I j.
i can of and ch1l1. Serve to air well. Remember that I :
J pew, add one and one-ha.lt with twp thir'da. cyan oughly soaked tn coal-tar cresote r ,

/cupi. cup ef light ElE' ids, fis wll! M the Kas jt slvea! pff' ; ve proof tigtln .t t h)J'JnJh t % i ,hrtit'1r11 I!=.r.lYr sPUaati. t ruSlrt r- I


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