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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 29, 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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r4 1 THE CLEWISTON NEWS .





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VOLUME 7. NUMBER, 38. CLEAVISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1933. PRICE $2.00 PER-YEAR


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r!" ALL IN READINESSFOR HENTDRY CONSUMPTION COUNTY GASOLINE FOR AUGUST I REGISTRY BUREAU HENDRY ATTRACTIVE COUNTY ADVERTISEMENT DISPLAY WAS | BIDS TOO HIGH;


During the month of August Hen- Through the courtesy of L. O.

4:. SCHOOL TERM dry county consumed 41,436 gallonsof OPEN FOR WORKERS Gravely Jr., one or the lecturers at GOV'T. LIKELY TO

gasoline, not including the amount the Florida exhibit, the News re-

sold to U. S. Government agencies [ceived a photograph of the Hendry

: TO OPEN MONDAY with is sold tax free, says a state- Registration, of the unemployed County exhibit at the Century of BUILD OWN DIKES

ment from the State Department of of this section of Hemlry I Progress Exposition. The display was
t.L County will take place each --
Agriculture, which keeps an accur- artistically arranged and gave the
With a record breaking enrollment ate record of fuel oil sales In the Tuesday and, Friday in tho Old I thousands of visitors at the Fair a With the federal government'sbids

expected, the Clewiston High School: state. During the same period 5,829 Alston Drug store location.' '\'. ,good idea of the number and kind of
will begin its 1933-34 term Monday\ \ i on the three units of the levee
gallons of kerosene was sold in this P. Arledge, of LaBelle, in charge j 1 crops Hendry soil will produce.: The
I: morning, M. G. Langford principal, i'; county. of registration for H o n d r y J photograph is on display at the Clew- section totalling more than a million

f' said yesterday. County will be In charge of the iston News office.DREDGE dollars less than the combined bids
The total
state for August was 15- '
i. A complete faculty, with the exception office1.
461,232 gallons of gasoline and 1- of the three lowest individual contractors
of J. W. Reid who will be
f" on The plan of the Henrdy County
hand Monday morning, will be in 669,249 gallons of kerosene; show- Relief council is' to get a list of the CULEBRA it is expected that the government

Clewiston Saturday when ing a decided increase in sale of fuel will assume the
a facutly unemployed in all sections of the contracts
l meeting will be called to begin 'work oil over the preceeding month. county and to make every effort to MAKING .PROGRESS :]for at least two of the units which

for what is belived to be the most secure jobs for them. Inasmuch as was opened for contract award In

j successful school year ever had in hEW SPEED BOATS the contract work in building 14 I The hydraulic dredge "Culebra"which Jacksonville Monday.

Clewiston. miles of dike, a part of which will started pumping shell onto -

John W. Reid, who has taught ADDED TO 'NAVY' border this county, the council is expected -| the, levee line East of the McWil- from The lowest bid for section, ,one,

t.. the five past terms at Ocoee, was to place a large number of ]liams contract near Liberty Point Liberty Point to Clewiston was

named to fill the vacancy; in the fa- Hendry County citizens on this pro-(!]last week was making satisfactory made by the Atlantic Dredging and

culy: caused by L. P. Elam's ac- | Construction company, of ;lakeland:
Two new Dodge, Lycoming motored ject.The ]progress this week, although some (the McKenzie Brothers .
cepting with the Federal ) was $454-
a post Land
contract for this section of
boats were added last week to (difficulty was encountered when the
Banks appraiser of property in the fleet of craft used by the Corps dike was not awarded early this l big suction dredge struck a strata 280,00; being $85,000 more than the

Georgia. Mr. Reid will be in charge : week as' was expected, but had to be''1of government estimate of 369181.
.if of Engineers on Lake Okteohobee. ;< rock in the bottom of the navigation 70., This unit will
-' of the mathematics department and sent to Washington where it will be j probably go to the
I' These two speed boats were brought | ( channel which is being dug Lakeland
concern since it is within
will be assigned extra-curricula ac-j from Jacksonville aboard trucks, and decided whether the work will be along side the levee right of way. the 25
cent limit
tivities. Mr. Reid per customarily
is a graduate of put in the lake at the government re-advertised or whether the govern-I The Culebra is working under the
, Bethel College in McKenzie Tennessee. ment itself will do the work. The j direction of given contractors. This .unit, of the
wharf at the warehouse. ,The boats < Capt. Ben Johnson, who project calls for
_, ; are used primarily by inspectors and three, contractors' lowest bids on the J has subcontracted the east. unit of I more than 2,100,000 placing cubic slightly

2";, Miss Gertrude Balasok, who officials in going to and from the three units totalled more than a mil-" the Spadaro contract between the material on the levee line yards and ,of
Is.
}t taught the last two terms in Arcadia, contract locations. lion dollars more than the govern- west end of the McWilliams con- I
[spread out over distance of
a
three
will have charge of the Science de- Two 30 foot steel tugs, with 110 ment estimate. I|1 tract and Moore Haven. and a half miles.

partment of th local high school and house power motors, were also received The relief council representative! This is the first section of hydraulic -

I':' will also be assigned to Senior Eng- at the wharf here last week vill keep records of those placed on ( ] construction to be done on the The unit between Clewiston and

lish. Miss Balasok graduated from by the engineering corps. These two work of all types. south shore project. Little Bare Beach, a distance of five

Florida State College for Women at boats, the Okeechobee and the Ever- Most of the material encounteredin miles, ,probably will be' constructed

(. Tallahassee with high honors. glades, will be used in towing bargesin throwing up this section of leveeis by government forces. The lowest
individual bid entered 'ior $1-
Miss Eva Mae Green, of Plant City the lake and in the rim canal, FILLING STATION shell, which is cut up by the rotary was, -
341,288.80 submitted the
'. also a graduate of Florida State skirting the levee line. These steel blades of the big suction dredge by Arun-

it. College who made an eviable record tugs are built with a square bow and pumped onto the levee line. Core del Corporation, of Baltimore. This
r-. at Moore Haven ROBBED OF $104 drillings made to find the I bid was $482,021.65 higher than the
last term, will have equipped for pushfng, as well as type ma-
engineering forces estimate of
!, charge of the Home Economics department pulling the loaded barges.A terial along the route in this par- $859-

I : and will assist ,Miss Bala- new motor will soon be installed HERE SUNDAY NITE ticular section showed the materialto 276.15. However the A'fun'dei. corporation
planned to complete the
sok in the English department. In the mahogany speed launch be shell, but Capt. Johnson is
I work within 450 days and the
t' government -
Miss Marie Williams, of QUincy, Caloosa, which will be capable of finding a large amount of rock whichis
figures were placed at 579
,I who has taught there for two years turning up a speed of 40 miles per Bakers Service Station here was I slowing progress to some extent. days.

will be head of the History and hour under normal conditions. This From the core drillings on file at
f" entered and robbed of cash and
I The other unit of the
14 mile
the sub-office of the U. S. Engineersat
Spanish departments. Miss Williams launch has been on the lake, more '
I' is also a graduate of Florida State than 3. year and has been used as checks amounting lo $104.34 some I Clewiston it would seem that this stretch, from Little Bare Beach to

College for Women. an inspectors boat. It Is one of the time between Saturday night and aI I rock strata is small and that after ; Miami Locks, was listed at 903.

neatest and most speedy boats the Monday morning. Sunday night this bit of difficulty is passed rapid. 438.00 by the McWilliams Dredging
on
t The personnel of the faculty of the 1929 Ford coupe was stolen from 538676.25
against sub
company as
lake. progress will, be made by the hydraulic -
elementary school will be the same Glades Auto Sales company, located machine.MISTRIAL. mitted by the'federal( forces.: The

as last term with the exception that in the rear of the service station. It McWilliams company also planned to

Miss Vilma Rhodes ,what was in the is believed that the same party en- complete this unit within 450 daysas

R high school faculty last year, will EQUIPMENT BOUGHT tered the Auto Sales company, and ORERED compared to 590 planned, by the

i : ; replace Miss Evelyn_ Schutz. Miss federal government.The .

, Mae Drew, Miss Elizabeth West and I ventilator I
FOR DIAMOND BALL I contracts were not awarded
Mrs. W. C. Prewitt will completethe cash from the service station. So far AT NEGRO HEARINGThe I I from the Jacksonville office. They

elementary school faculty.It .
no arrests have been made.
I were forwarded to Washington, together
is expected that 10 ,will be enrolled All financial arrangements were Clyde Baker, who was on duty; jury was unable to reach a with the government estimates -

f in the senior class of the high completed this week for constructionof when the service station closed Sat- verdict in circuit court Friday in the I where the War Department officials

school. Two who were in the eleventh Kiwanis Field, as the new dia- urday, night, took the currency from trial of Joe Mathis, negro, charged will decide whether federal

last term have enrolled in other mond ball court will be named; the cash register. and hid it behind I with the killing of Henry Lowe, alias I I forces of contractors will be given

I schools, but no others are expected equipment including full flood some boxes of 'merchandise. He ,said Sears Red, and Jim Long, alias Baby the work, or whether the bids will

,' to take their places. Miss Eunice there was no one in the place except Wild Cat. After deliberating some be readvertised.In .
. lighting system has been ordered;
I Meredith has enrolled in the Sassi- Austin Bush who had worked thereas thirty minutes the jury reported the
! plans are under way for the organi- the event th government decides -
; fern School, at Hendersonville, N. C., helper during the past month. inability to reach a verdict; Judge
zation of at least four local teams to to do the, work itself, it is expected -
;, and Miss Vesta Allen has enroled in When he went to question Bush Mon- George W. Whitehurst, circuit jud-
begin Clewiston's, diamond ball sea- that actual construction will
:". t Peidmont Normal School at Damor- day morning, Bush was not to be ge, gave the jurors further instructions !
son here October 15, It was announced I I start within a short time. The government -
est Georgia. found, and his bed had not been ( and sent them again to the
1 by the Kiwanis committee spon- has several dredges and
I. Total slept in Sunday night. He is being for delieberation. After
enrollment at the beginning soring the athletic field jury room other levee building equipment at

of last term was 167, with new pupils At a meeting of the club recently sought for questioning. thirty minutes more the jury again Jacksonvill, which could be rushedto _
.
r entering during the term to br- Baker and Bush had done some repair filed in the court room stating definitely Lake Okeechobee.
j practically three hundred dollars
ing the total enrollment to 216. work on Baker's car Sunday that reaching. a verdict was
was raised by the sale of season Regardles of whether the govern
Mr. Langford calls attention to the afternoon, but the service station impossible. Judge Whitehurst listed
tickets, and the local bank assisted ment or individual contractors carry
, 1 fact that practically every text book had not been opened for business and I the case as a mistrial and set the the the work
individual members of the Kiwanis out building project,
';j needed for this term has been used for this reason Baker had no occas- case for further hearing at the will be done under the NRA since
club in
'f r. raising sufficient funds to
Bt in the local term before. This willlessen ion to see if the money was in its Spring term of the circuit court. the funds the
bring the total to the five were appointed by
necessary
. 4t1 the cost to a number of pupils hundred dollars. The site selectedfor usual hiding place. The state was represented by GuyM. Public Works Administrator ,and all

: W who may use second hand books. W. A. Davis, a partner in the Strayhorn ,prosecuting attorney; such funds must be spent In accor-
J the construction of the field is a
' All books used in the high school except Business, was the first to discover Arthur Gomez, of Key West and L.
11. dance with the NRA maximum hours
block
North of H. C. Avant's home,
,31: World History Today; Epochs the loss. When he came to open the I O. Gravely of LaBelle were attor- and minimum pay. No code has been
which was chosen because of its ac-
,!Jf of World Progress; and A.. FirstCourse station 'Monday morning he founda neys for the defence. of
for contractors
officially adopted
I cessibility, both to the public and to I
t in side door open, and upon lookingfor Two_ ,. at
Physics, were used in the high tension lines neces- negroes.. who were present work of this nature. As soon as sucha
i Clewiston last year. power the money, it was found miss- the Harlem store where the negroes
1 to code is adopted, work on, thel ake
" sary give complete flood light on-
, [ ing. Apparently the person taking the of
were shot to death on night .
to the playing field, and because it will come under its provisions.
the knew of its hiding place,
money June 27 testified. One, John Shep-
4 :, Taylor Arraignment is a public park. since no other articles were missed, J pard, said Mathis had walked In, LEGIONNAIRES COMMENDGOVERNOR'S

Just what teams will be organized and there was no sign of ransacking, j placed the gun almost against Lowe's

/ Postponed by JudgeA remains undecided at the time the Mr. Davis said. | head and fired. Dr. O. F. Schiffli, ACTIONS

'u News goes to press, but it is believed Sheriff H. L. Delaney was notified I who viewed the dead negroe's body -

that the Kiwanis club; the office Monday morning and sent telegrams shortly after his death testified that Apalachlcola, Sept 29 (FNS-Re-

delay was granted by Circuit force of the U. S. Sugar Corporation; to enforcement officers in an from the marks on the dead man'shead ferring to the governor, as "their
. Judge George Whitehurst the U. S. Engineers, and at least one I fellow Legionnaire", the American
Friday effort to halt the stolen car. Up to the shot had been fired from
,t in the arraingment of former Tax independent team will be put on the the time the News goes to press no]i ten or fifteen feet. The other negro Legion post of Apalachicola at a

Collector J. L. Taylor, who was re- field in a short time and practice trace of the car .nor the money has who testified said he heard several meeting September 20, passed a resolution -

cently indicted with embezzlementof called by the various team mana- been found. |I shots but could not say who fired paying tribute to Governor

$20,000 of tax money. gers in order to have some Interesting the first one. Sholtz for "calmly, effectively, and

The delay was granted to permit events on the local field as soon without regard to political expedi-

Taylor's attorneys, Judge W. D. Bell, as the equipment is installed. Vote at News Office ency, arising to every emergency In

of Arcadia and Arthur Gomez, of Much credit for the completion of Pedro Can't Learn : a period more trying than war. With

J' Key West, to secure more details of details to furnish Clewiston with On Repeal QuestionThe I broadminded and far sIghted'wis--

'.;j the bill of particulars. The arrang- this athletic field is due the Kiwanis Why Ao WelcomedThat I I dom", the resolution read, "the gov-
has fostered the interests and
.f ment will be held October 7. Trial committee ,of Elbert Stewart. Tom ernor
.i is scheduled for Tuesday October Clewiston News office, in the a dog recognizes not only aspirations of those sections of the
Shelley, Dave Alston and Earle Fon-
, : tenth, at LaBelle. taine; as well as to Individual citi- Hopkins building, will be designated. his master but automobiles his mas-I I state, which for want of political Influence -
Monday as the voting place for the I ter has owned was shown here Sun- have heretofore been neg-
:: ,zens who have cooperated to make
I EXTRA .PARKING SPACE IS such a field possible. special Election to be held October day morning when Pedro, young set- ; lected." ..

ElUILT ON &UGARLAND HIWAYTo 10th., ter belonging to W. C. Owen jumpedon The Apalachicola post membershlh

\\ GEORGE. BEATS POST CARD Tho Board of county commissioners the running board of the Chevrolet individually and collectively, pledged

1-' : will meet Monday to designatethe coupe formerly owned by Mr. their support and loyalty to the governor -
: ; ,
relieve the congested traffic Ii'HO MONTREAL TO CLEAVTSTON: votInng places and to name the Owen, and could not understand .

,' in front of the B & B Grocery and election boards for the five J. E.
precincts why he was not a welcomed passen- Hal Hoffman, post adjustant;

Alston's Drug store two additional Gratton George mailed a postcard I in Hendry County. Commissioner ger then, just as ho had been on :Austin, post chaplain; and R. F. An-

bridges have been built to permit I from Niagara Falls Canada to Clew Dave Alston requested .use of the hundreds of trips on the running derson, post finance officer; signedthe

parking space for 100 yards in front. iston Sunday and was at his home I News office to hold the election for board of the 'car when his master resolution.Mrs. .

of these businesses. here when the post card arrived. He the Clewiston precinct, and this request owned it.

When traffic was heaviest cars left the Canadian city shortly after was granted. The car was dirven by Tommy Carl H. Berner, Mrs. M. H.

had been forced to park three and posting the card and arrived in Clew- Detailed instructions for voting Jones of LaBelle who had difficulty Crouch and Mrs. Charlie Miner were

four deep on the space used before iston two hours before the mail train will be carried in next. week's issue in getting Pedro to, leave, his, riding. visitors in West Palm Bead} and MI!,
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the additipns were made. arrived We4nsday inorn.ing. of the News: place ami Thursday






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TWO THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1033


i
The Clewiston News months a year, but not in a bus. Harry Baker, Red Cross relief

We attended church once a_ month, director, who served in the California

Published every Friday in Clewiston, TOO LATE TO : RUSSEll but not in a car; we used a two- earthquake disaster and in the

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, 11' KAY mule wagon. We dressed up on Sun- Labor Day Florida storm disaster,

Inc. CLASSIFYI days but not in silks or satins. says he finds storms preferable to

earthquakes. For relief cases the .
"We sopped our own molasses;
--
need per family was only onetenthon
Entered second class matter we ate our own meal we considered -
I as ;
never realized what a tough joba already received more letters from an average here of that needed
February 1, 1927, at the Post Officeat I rice a delicacy for only the preachers
congressman really had until I got birds who claimed they voted for per family In California. The chief
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act to eat we had heard of cheese
to talkin' to J. Hardin Peterson the him than he got votes, and he justcan't ; reason seems to be that we are fore-
of.March 3, 1897.A but never saw any; we knew of some
other day and he started tellin'. me quite figure it out. warned of storms, and have some
some of his troubles. The priie letter of all though came store-bought clothes but never hopedto opportunity to protect our propertyand
to the best wear any; we got a stick of candy
devoted
newspaper You know one of ,the little indoor from some big oat tellin' how he'dvoted earthquakes strike without
Interests of Hendry county, Florida. for Pete and for him and three raisins for Christmas and ,
sports he has to worry about is the stumped warning.On .
tt's leading newspaper. appointment of postmasters and if and believe it or not, the bum wasn't were happy; we loved ma and pa
and were never hungry, enjoyed go-
think that is an job even In Hardin's district. So you see
you easy you Ing naked, didn't want much expected October 10th we'll have the '
Subscription rate, per year.......$2.00 I ought to try it sometime. why congressmen get grey.I nothing. And that's_ why our so- blessed privilege of choosing from -
glad to find Pete the
was same
Outside of State of Florida2.50 Hardin says the government allows I called hard times ain't hard on me." among 176 (or thereabouts) names
old this business -
good
egg, congressman
.
him one hundred and twenty 67 electors to say that Florida
hasn't to his head far
gone as
five smackers a year for writin' paper TIME TO RAISE WAGES wants the 18th amendment repealed
Business Office, Clewiston News, as I can see, he still goes around In
and envelopes and claims he : There ought to be some simpler
Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and : his shirt sleeves and ain't above eatin' -
Advertising used up that much the first month Haines City Herald way of voting, wet than that.
; same. a extra helpin' of okra and corn
just a'nswerin' letters from folks en-
Reports are, in
pone. constanly coming
dorsin this guy or that for a post Sounds Like Kingfish
to the NRA authorities of instances
office job.
My friend Spurgeon Dunn, pub- where employers, well able to pay
And if ask me, this endorse- Boss: "Rastus, did you go to. your
you
wtweta lisher of the River Junction Tribune decent wages, are taking advantageof "
ment racket for the most part Is lodge meeting last night?
calls my attention to a situation that labor and working skilled mechanics
just so much hooey and a cockeyed exists at the State Hospital and asks as low as fifteen cents an Rastus: "Nah, sub. We done

nuisance and general waste of timeas my aid In giving it publicity with the hour. The cost of living has risen had to pos'pone it."

U.S; well. 99 out of a hundred such hope that some means will be foundto rapidly much to the distress of the Boss: "How come?"

. letters are pure unadulterated baloney remedy It. administration, which is striving to Rastus: "De Grand All-Powerful

-- -," and banana oil. A considerable portion of River hold things in line to prevent hard Invincible Potentatedun got beat up

..::'::'I.:: AWE oo OUR PART'SPENIMNG Just to give you an idea as to how Junction's jjipulation is made up of ship, during the ''period of readjust by his wife."

little the average endorsement folks employed at the state institu- ment. Regardless of whether or not

amounts to, Hardin says he received tion, and as a result of the states an employer of labor has signed up

THREE BILLIONS ....................... .. .......
five different letters from the same "economy program" the salary' of in the NRA, common decency requires : : : : : : : : : : : : -o: : : :

man, each letter endorsin' a differ these workers have been cut to unbelievable that workers be given a living I

It is just beginning to sift throughthe ent guy, and all of 'em for the same minimums, with no reduction ';;, .
"
American public's consciousnessthat appointment.I in working hours. The NRA plan is going to succeed

Congress has appropriated $3- used to fall for that "write a Men with families, he claims, receive and when it, lain full swing those Good FarmLand t'-

300,000,000 for public works, and letter to your congressman for me" a.s little as 17:50 per month who have broken the pledge will certainly -

that vast sum is going to mean some- gag until I found that the poor sap from, the state and are compelled to suffer. The laboring people

thing very definite to every man, who did all the work, supplied the work 12 hours a day. In the face of have been mighty patient for sometime

woman and child In the country.: paper and envelope and postage, to this they find commodity prices but there is a limit to their endurance

This amount of money is difficultto say nothin' of becomin' an annoyance steadily rising. Children as ,well as and patience. When the limit

imagine. If anybody had it all was nobody else but ME, so I grown ups in these unfortunate families is reached-look out.

In currency: loaded in trucks,' he tell 'em to write their own letter, "are taking pellagra from under The sums mentioned in the various for Rent

could set out from Washington and I'm through.In nourishment.It .
industry codes and in the general
shove off $1,000,000 at every mile- the end of the. day, the guy is pitful to think that during code are minimum 'figures and when

post all the way to the Pacific coast, that usually lands the job ain't the this time of the national movementto conditions justify the worker should

-7 and still have enough left to one with the most endorsements any- increase wages and shorten working
receive more. It is too bad that
build a few battleships.The how. You let a couple of good men hours, the only means our state
of NRA
many'members are struggling
money Is designed primarily"to get to serapin' for some appointment officials can find to continue operations
and sacrificing to live up to the
put men back to work." The .and before they get through they'll is to cut the salaries of already
agreement and help conditions,
Secretary of the Interior, Harold L. have so many folks all stirred up underpaid employees.This .
I while some, who have grown rich by TrespassersWill
Ickes, goes into details in the current that no sane congressman would nation has adopted a policyof
exploiting labor continue to obstruct -
Issue of the American magazine, explaining dare consider either one of ;'em, he higher pay and shorter hours. It Be
the President's plan by beating
exactly how any American I knows if he should pick either one cannot be a half way measure if the ''
down their 'workers, who just
'
community: small or' large, ought togo he, would make a lot of people sore, plan is to work. State employees are in such ProsecutedThe
: at; present are a helpless
about. getting a share of the :so he looks around for a likely "dark expected to march under the "blue
'that they
position cannot resent such
colossal fund. He also tells what i i horse" slip him the job and everybody eagle" but they can't do it on $17.50a treatment.

steps 'he is' taking to prevent waste j is.happy. month for a twelve hour day. CanIt

and graft. And he makes the astonishing Hardin says he knew he must be that there is something in com
No Doubt He Had
prediction that he willable be I have a lot of friends or he wouldn't mon between the words "economy"and .

to administer the'whole amount have been elected! but claims he's "chisel"?

,with an overhead of not more than I A cowpuncher ordered a steak ata

a fraction of one perecnt. I restaurant. The waiter brought, it

"We hope to establish a recordof Okeechobee. improvement: Is primai- to bring the total up to the 11,000 in rare-ineed, very rare. The ran

economy in "administering this ily a flood control proposition the mark. ger looked at it and demanded thatit

great trust fund," says Secretary Ic- war department is on firm ground in The figures are: be returned to the kitchen and ClewistonCompany .

kes. "We shall do this partly through pushing that feature of it first. It is Canal Point 2,509 cooked.

the low salaries that prevail throughout encouraging to note from Major Pal okee, 2,735 "Tis cooked," snapped the colored -

our organization, partly through Dunn's letter to Nat Walker that the Chosen, 700 waiter. J':

the cooperation which we are askingof army engineers believe the recent al- Ritta 345 "
"Cooked me said old
eye, our
the 'states (such as free office lotment of $4,200,000, which will South Bay 754
friend the puncher' "I've
( seen cows
space and the assistance of engineerIng for contracts now being advertised Clewiston 2,284. r
pay "' {
: ( hurt worse than that get well. .N. x N xx N x* and technical ability availableon will complete the levee line along: Moore Haven 12,40

state boards) and partly through. the south and east shores. That will Lake Port 75 I

efficient organization." (I leave the north shore levee, the bt. Most of these figures are basedon ..:...:...:..:...:...:..:...:..:..:...:...:..:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:... .:...:...:...:..:...:..:':'.:...:...:..:...:...:..:...:...:...:...:..:...:...:...:0
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But, as to one significant item, Lucie spillway 'and the straightening the 1930 census, and the seasonal 'N N N 1 N N N N N N N N N N M N N M N N N 1.N N N N N 11 11 N N N N N N N N N N N N N 1 .

the Secretary's cheese-paring meth-(and deepening of the Caloosatchee to rise in population would bring the a

ods are relaxed. He is assembling'be undertaken, evidently in the order total even higher at peak, seasonsin '.:..:.
under' the direction of Louis R.I I named. these localities.
yy
Glavis a first class' staff of investi I I.| Major Dunn forecasts that this :::;: :ii:::
THE DEPRESSION DOESN'T SpeculationIs
gators. If a contractor skimps on program will delay operations on the yy

his materials, if a, group get togetherand < lower end of the river until late MEAN A THING TO THIS MANA yy A
yy
make secret agreements on bids, |!- '"' : .. .!..:.
next In the meantime
year. rights : ..
Glavis and his men will know about" 'I j of way must be obtained and thosein Texas writer explains why the :::=: Excitingbut : ... '.' :: : :i::;:

It. His Investigators are veterans,I charge of this task are a little vague depression doesn't mean anything to :s:::: ,",. ," .. .;.{.
-
picked for personal probity as well I[ as to what progress is being him in the following editorial: ++ :Ay :::::

as for ability. Any contractor or made. It would be unfortunate if another "Don't talk to me about hard ._y _.A

politician who hopes to graft out allotment from ,the public times. I was born eight miles froma xx:::: aren't safety of principal and assured ;++

of this attempt to lift the nation out works fund in the near future should railroad, five miles from a =.+ return more important right now? .:: :!: __
of its distress will do well to think .:..
school "' :
catch the district unprepared house, nine miles from a : : .:..i.
twice before he tries ,it. through failure to have the rights of church, 885 miles from New York, ;!;;:; If you are ready for real profit without .:..:.

The driving spirit which will put :way in hand. It is understood that 200 yards from a wash hole, and 'i';4 any breath-taking thrills (as most sensible 'i'= +. ..

this 300,000,000 enterprise over Ben Herr, secretary of the Okee fifteen feet from a cornfiled.: .. :i:::: people are these days), you'll be interested Y'b,-
"' will< be overwhelming majority H in the Building and Loan plan. It has :!:X::
chobee flood control district, is con- "Our nearest neighbor, lived two .
of,decent 's.'' been going along serenely for many years ';'
citizens and public servants :
working shoulder to shoulder with ducting the rights of way negotia miles, away and they couldn't reador :!x::: now, paying its patrons consistently high :s::::
tions. Letters inquiring as to the write. I never saw a suit of under + returns, without doing any tricks with .:..:.
:President Roosevelt to make his pub- status of his efforts have gone unanswered wear until I was seventeen years old, 'i''s.'=. their money. ....!.
lic' works ... ....
program a success. Be- but there have been reports and that revelation didn't belong In .:..:. .:..:.

'fore' the first of the year, most of that progress is satisfactory.From our family. The only books In the :+i += / As a matter of fact, there have been fewer ++

these projects will be under way, in no quarter comes house were a Bible and a catalog. :XXYY::: actual losses under this plan than under ::'y
every state in the Union, employingat any sug- "There twelve members in any other financial plan in the world. That :::%
gestion that the project will rot be were
least a million men directly, and completed as planned, including i our family, but, you see, we had 's..s'."' covers a lot of territory, but it's the truth. ;+_;;f_;

2,000,000 indirectly, in supplyingthe work on the river which will make three rooms to live in, including a # Even the late, unlamented depression, ..i.::.=A.
materials.
necessary the cross-state waterway a pavigable dining room, which was also the kit- .s.JLJLXX':' which left many other established finans..:.

TIm canal from the Atlantic at Stuart to chen. Everybody worked at our ::J::: cial Institutions In such bad order, failed *i'i::*

CROSS-STATE CANAL the gulf at Fort Myers. Major Dunn house. We thought everybody else to hurt the reputation of the Building

says "it Is the intention to push the in the world had gravy and bread ;&; and Loan. ; ;
While the river section of the yy
for breakfast liver and cracklin'hoecake -
- work as rapidly as funds are made yy
cross-state waterway will be disap- available" and there is no record for, dinner, buttermilk and yy
pointed to learn that work on this yy
that the war department has ever corn pone for supper, 'cause that'swhat !o! II
lend of the project will be
delayed until we had. : We Can You to <;
dropped a project as pretentious as .. Help
's.
next it is difficult
year to ,argue
"Some of us wore brogan shoes occasionally
this one short of final completion.We .
with the decision Home :
of Major Dunn of shall have to wait another in the wintertime. We had 33 Own Your Own
the year "s'
engineers to :
army complete the
nice '\white shirts for summertimeuse.
see the work Fort yy
flood 'control works Ito I approaching ''.' .
on Lake Okee- : E?_
We slept on straw ticks, and :
Myers but there is
chobee before beginning on the that our patience will every be rewarded assurance in I pillows were not thought of or re-
!
river. i i
due course.-Ft. Myers News Press. 'juired. I didn't know that money! :_:= ClewistonHome

Major Dunn announces that the would rattle until I was nearly

entire allotment of $4,200,000 from grown. Father got hold of two half-I y

the public workjs) fund will be used SOUTH LAKE: RIM HAS dollars at the same time and let us It

on the levees in the lake leaving the 11,000 POPULATION.A hear them rattle. Taxes were no J i! Building Association XJL .,
,
river dredging for a future allotment higher but harder to pay.
AAO
which he confidently anticipates A compilation of population figures "We owned two kerosene lamps, f YI

early in 1934. He puts his decision for the south rim of Lake neither of which had a chimney.Our :::;: Administration Building :I::.5!:

on humanitarian grounds, Okeechobee shows a total number of house wasn't ceiled, but two of

holding that it is more important to 12,000In our rooms had lofts in them. Wehada _:.f_ AN INSTITUTION FOIl SAVINGClewiston .f..+.

complete the work intended to pro- a recent article in the Ever- glass window in our 'company'room. .YYj*.. Florida -# ..s..s....

tect the lives of residents of Okce- Glades News, published at Canal Our nicest piece of furniturewas +i :

chobee towns than it is to go ahead Point figures were given for several a homemade rocking chair. Our . "


aspects with the of the supplementary project. navigation towns the on lake.the To East these and figures South is shoreof .added variety.beds were of the slat or tight-rope II...oooX.-................<.....>...-'O.x..x..x.-..........................-..............:'......'...:.---o.........:...........:...---------o----.............................*....-.................

Inasmuch as the Caloosahatehee-:: the population of other localities "We went to school two or three
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMEB 29, 1933 THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE THREE)

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M. G. Langford, principal of the know the fish of their locality and only a few years younger than Jesus

Clewiston school who has spent the when they are in season. Most fish unbap 't fjool lived in this age which he calls "tho

[1- Personal Mention I summer at Lake Butler, returned are at their best just before spawn- fulness of the time." It was super-

' Monday to make preparations for ing time. JreS50n ior to any age that had proceeded,
school opening. Consider Waste
... and with conditions favorable to
R. Y., Creech of Belle Glade spent Waste should be considered in the spread of religion. Yet it was

Friday here transacting business.Ben Misses Roberts George and Lau- buying, ,especially by the pound. Fillet For October 1, 1933 an age steeped in heathenism and
nita Roberts, and. Gratton George may cost more per pound but superstition and cruelty. When we
Cothern, of Moore Haven returned Wednesday morning froma there is no waste, as it is without GOLDEN TEXT: "Study to show i first hear of Paul, Jesus had lived

visited friends hero Sunday.C. three weeks' visit In Missouri, skin or bones. A,good rule is to buy thyself approved unto God, a work- and died and had risen again to bathe
man that needeth not to be
Chicago and Montreal.D.A. 1-3 pound of solid flesh per person ashamed, Savior of men; but the world
and 1-2 pound if bought whole I,12 rightly dividing the word of truth." did not know it. Even among the
', C. W .McDonald spent Saturday Tim. 2: 15.
business. Hemptley of New York Gity, (head, tail bones.) Jews, God's chosen people, comparatively -
Lauderdale
in Fort on
.' Guy H. Ritner, of East Orange New The general characteristics of a LESSON TEXT: Acts 21 : 39; few knew about him;' for the
Jersey and Charles W. Nolan of good fish are: skin and color bright, 22: 3, 27, 28, 26; 4-7; Philippians great majority them were scattered -
c\: D .B Graze Jacksonville,.spent Lakeland were guests of the Clew- scales adhere strongly, eyes clear 3: 3-6. far and wide In lands outside of

the week end in Clewiston on busi- iston Inn several days this week. not sunken or wrinkled, gills red 1, INRODUCTION: Paul tells in his Palestine. In the providence of Godit

ness. flesh firm and elastic when pressed Epistle to the Galatians, "When, the was Paul, to a greater extent than

Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and Miss Daisy with finger, smells fresh, little slimeon fulness of the time was comeGod any other man of the first century

,, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Trainor visIt- Alston left Saturday for RIchlandGa. the skin, body stiff and sinks in sent forth his Son." Paul, who was (Continued on page 4)

ed_ friends West Palm Beach Sat- ., where Mrs. Ezelle was called on water unless fish is gassy. 1--

urday.J. : account of the illness of her mother. Watch for Quality

'Mrs. Ezelle plans to return the lat- ,Inferior fish are: skin dull, spotted -
S. Cottrell of Moore Haven spent iter part of the week or slimy, color pale, or bleached,

Saturday .afternoon here' transacting scales loose, eyes cloudy, sunken. SEEDS SEEDS
:
business.. Miss Mary Kline has rented the and wrinkled, gills yellowish, grey or '
house formerly occupied by Mr. and brown, flesh blabby and soft, press- '
Mr. and' Mis. 'Hoomes Rich of Pa- Mrs., G. H. Small, where her mother, ing with the finger leaves an im ':' and Insecticides

hokee were visitors in Clewiston Mrs. L. M. Lewis and sister Eidie will pression. The smell is stale or sour, .

Sunday make their home with her especially at gills and along; the

I backbone, and the skin is usually "
L Mrs. W. D. Tidwell, of Belle Glade D. John K. Mowry returned Wednesday .Umy.: In some species, the slime: is Now is the time for Fall planting
Mrs.
:
spent Tuesday here visiting
afternoon from a three weeks somewhat lumpy, the body flabby or
B. Allen stay in Granite City Ill, where he limp, and fish floats in water.

was called to the bed side of Mrs.Mowry's Keep Fish Cold .
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Digges and C. mother Mrs. T. E. Gonter- Fish frozen as soon as caught and Compare our prices before you buy. :

F. Trainor were. visitors in Miami I man. Mr. Mowry reports Mrs. Gon- kept frozen until time for cooking

Monday. terman is resting fairly well. does not lose its flavor. Fish spoil ? '
All Seeds are from New Hardy Stock
ra_ easily and should not be brought in :
,/ E. W.' Digges spent the week end I Mr. and Mrs. S Connell returned quantities unless refrigerator conditions -

.. in Jacksonville on business for the i last week from Nashville, Ga, ,and are such as will freeze it. Salt

U. S. Engineer. *. I II I have moved into the house vacatedby water fish contain more iodine. CLEWISTON DRUG COMPANYJ.

Mr. and Mrs.. E. B .Butler. The
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cothern, of' Butlers moved into the house recently Mrs. Roy Alston and children of G. Niblack, Mgr. Phone 345 .

Pahokee were in Clewiston Saturday I vacated by: Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Clewiston visited Mr. and Mrs. J. S.

visiting friends. Wallace. Willingham Wednesday.
I

C. V. Parkinson returned this 1 Miss? Vilma Rhodes, of Oakland,
"" weeks visit with 1--
--.week.from.: a two returned yesterday' to assume her 1I j

friends in Baltimore. duties in the Clewiston School. She I :a.: _. .

was accompanied by Mrs. Evelyn .. .,
{ ... ':
Mis. L. C. Smith and Mrs. A. A. ." '
Pace of Winter Haven, who will "
Munroe 'were visitors in West Palm visit friends here 'for a' few days. '
: ;
Beach Saturday afternoon ,: ...i t ;f
'left ',- ,I.'
Gayle McFadden Saturday for ,
L. Coker returned Saturdayfrom '
R.
Jacksonville to spend several days {tt
a two weeks.vacation,- which he ;
with Mrs. McFadden who went ,
spent in Chicago' and New York., .:
there last week to undergo a nopera- ;b '.::;
tion, He returned to Clewiston Tues- 4 ew
Dr. W. J. White, of Belle Glade,
was among ,out ,of town players on day. f!
-.... the Clewiston Golf Course Sunday. I 6 }
Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Hemenway j

o Jacksonville spent the week end in Jacksonville
Earl G .Escott recently on' 4 e .
:where he was called, business in
arrived here to assume duties
connection with awarding bids of
with the U. S. Engineer office here.
the 14 miles section of dike construc- I

tion here.
W. E. VanLoon, state automobiletag

inspector, of Lakeland was In
Mr. and Mrs. C F. Goodman returned -
Clewiston Tuesday on official bus- '
to their home here Wednes-
' iness.Mr..
> -r day from Miami and Sparks Ga.,
where they were called on account
@\ and Mrs. C. L. Downs, and .
of the illness and death of Mr. Good- :
Mr. and lIrs.V.. C. Prewitt Spent .
man's father, who dies Sunday at ". "
Saturday afternoon in West Palm
the home of his daughter in Miami.
Beach.
The body was carried to Sparks for
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burial. ixsi
Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Bourne were I

week end: guests at the home .of Dr. ,.... r j
DELIGHTFUL BRIDGE AT <
and Mrs. F. J. Hanley, of West Palm : -ry'
Beach MRS. PAFFORD'S WEDNESDAY "


, Neil Williamson, who has spent Mrs. I. M. Pafford entertained a "!'--- "

the past few weeks in Orlando play- number of her friends Wednesday 1. :1 \.
ing baseball, returned to Clewiston afternoon with a delightful bridge \r :

Saturday.. party at her home here. ..
Appropriate prizes were presentedC.

W. H. Martin, superintendent of C. E. Miner, holder of high -, -
the Canal Construction company, left score; Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, second .

Tuesday for Fort Peirce for medical high; Mrs. T. B. Shelley, consolation;
treatment. and Mrs. E. C. Mills for the lucky ,
cut. ;

Thomas Jones of LaBelle and his Those present to enjoy the afternoon -

brother, Clem Jones, of Rendall, Alabama were:' Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. I

were week end visitors in C. W. McDonald, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson !

J Clewiston.F. Mrs Grover C. Poole, Mrs. C. H. -.
Berner, Mrs. ,M. E. VonMach, Mrs.C. .

A. Paris, who has, spent sev- E. Miner, Mrs. E. C. Mills, MrsA. -
eral months with his family in O. Ward, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt,

Princeton N., J. ,returned to Clew- Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. V. H. Mc- Next to a Camel'

istno Friday. Carter, Mrs. A. A. Munroe, Mrs.F. .
- J. Haggan, Mrs. G. B. Thomas,
Eugene Berry, of Savanah, Go., ,Mrs. Roy Green, Mrs. M. R. Lawler, -
Arrived last week to make his homeat :Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs. L. C Miller, Chevrolet gives most miles gallon
the Clewiston Inn with his brother I Mrs D ,G. Alston, Mrs. F. R. Max- per

,' Andew. well, Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. J. P.

Percy,and Mrs. W. C. Hooker
Mrs. R. D. Whiddon, of Gaines- Mrs. W. B. Furgess and Mrs. G.. H. ffiw W rf No argument about the camel. When it comes to miles per '

ville, returned with her parents, Mr. Small were tea guests. "*W .r= gallon, there's nothing in all the Gobi desert-or Saharaor -
and Mrs. C. F. Goodman, for a
weeks' visit. ;:!" anywhere else-that can beat him. No argument about Chevrolet,

----.- Hints To HousewivesFish .' either. It's the most economical form of full-size transportation on wheels. '

W. C. Buetow of Madison, Wis., '.' '
and M. C. Caddell ,of Lakeland spent You can travel a long, long way in a Chevrolet Six without a single stop :,
are graded for size and qual- '
several, days this> week at the Clew- ity. Smaller fish are purchased whole i :=; for gas or oil. In fact,you can get more miles out of a gallon of gas in a Chev- .

: iston Inn on business. and in general, the larger ones .are rolet, than you can get in any other full-size car. The best proof of this is -

- W. Arledge, of LaBelle, a mem- cut into steaks and fillets and sold ? the way Chevrolet. being preferred by leading national business firms.
by weight. Quality is more important :
ber of the Hendry County Emergency 1 than size. Housewives should These firms know their mileage figures. And today, Chevrolet is their first

Relief Council, was here Tuesday: choice by an overwhelming count. Chevrolet is also first choice of the R
I and today on official business.
-- American public by the widest margin in history. ;

E. E. Kelly returned Sunday froman
CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY; DETROIT; MICHIGAN ---
extended visit in Peofia Ill., and

in Chicago where he attended the bridge Tallies .
t Century of Progress Exposition. All prices/. o.b. Flint,Mich. Special equip
Cards $445 TO $565 ment citra. Low delivered prices! and easy
flaying G. M.A. C. terms. A General Motors Value.Clewiston .
Dr.'O. F. Schiffli left Tuesday for

Ashcville where he will join his wife l Yelttes ., . .
4 who has been there for some weeks. :

They will return. to Clewiston soon. JUST RECEIVED Motor Company

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Mrs. J. K. Miller and Miss Emo-: Clewiston Drug Co.
lyn Miller of Winder Ga., and Miss
Mabel Hensley of East Point, Ga., Just Phone 345 ,
were guests of Mr .and Mrs. Roger \ JewI-stoiiFlorida
Mill*? here Thursday and Friday



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o PAGE FOUR THE CLTUWISTOX NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1933--

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majority of fresh water lakes and CONSERVATION DEPARTMENT

STATE MILLAGE Substitute Locals For IKE WALTONS streams. Due to the rocky formationson STILL ACTIVE SAYS DIRECTOR

the bottom of most .of the lake, w

Fort Myers PlayersThe seining is confined to a very small Tallahassee, Sept 29 (FNSThe

SET AT 6 5-8 BY MOVE TO STOP comparative area and a large majority work of the state fresh water fish

of the bass are always In hidingin
advertised game between the and game department, the shell fish
the rocks. They also pointed out
baseball team and Clew- SALE OF BASSMoore I
SHOLTZ'ORDERS Fort Myers that hundreds of thousands commission and the geological sur-
Iston was called off at four o'clock oil 1
pounds of scavenger fish like vey has not been discontinued or
when telephone call was received
a
catfish and croppie that feed largely abolished, despite reports to the con-
TALLAHASSEE Sept. 27 (FNS- here that the Fort Myers contingent ( Haven Democrat) on the spawn of the bass are :
not able to meet the schedule. trary.
After much consideration Governor was Local fish dealers were informedthis removed from the lake every season
A large crowd of baseball fans had George \V. Davis commissioner of
for ,
Sholtz has set the 1933 tax levy thus giving the young bass much
week by a communication from
the and rather
Florida at 6 5-8 mills, the maximum gathered to see game, the new state conservation depart-
more chance of reaching maturity,
George Deiter of Columbia
than have the fans disappointed, S. C.,
millage fixed by the Legislature. The president of the Southern Fishing and gars, the worst killer of all, are ment which embraces the three old A
Hooks arranged a
millage of 6 5-8 Is lower than any' with Manager local players, which did much game Association, that the. Isaac 'Walton always killed by fishermen when department, said he had received ( :,Z

state levy since 1925 with the exception League is attempting to write into caught in their nets.DISTIUnUTIOX numerous queries wanting to knowif
to the_pain of dlsapointmen
of the last two years. It assuage the activities of the three
I old state
I
not seeing the Orange Belt lea- the national fisherman's NRA code, I
increase of 1 6-8 over'lof
represents an
COST REDUCED departments were being continued.
ders in action. now being drawn up, a clause pro-
millage, which was fixedat
last year's The was scheduled for 3:30 hibiting the sale of black bass i Davis also stated that he had received -
4 7-8 mills by executive order. game I
Tallahassee, Sept, 29 (FNS-
given over the through-out the United States. word from several sections
and no reason was
This increase will effect but slightlythe
State Director of Relief
Emergency ,
of the state to the effect that fish
phone for the failure of the Fort The fishing industry: of Lake
tax
average payer. Marcus C. Fagg, has reduced the
and game laws were being violated
Myers to show up. The substitute Okeechobee is dependent almost 50
State School Fund..1 mill cost of administrating relief funds
game was interesting, but the crowd per cent on the sale of black bass without regard because some persona

Pension Fund ................3 % mills I could not help but feel the sting of and even more than that in the from fifteen per cent to eight per thought 'the old departments had

State Board of Health ........% mill disappointment. early weeks of the season. If this cent since his appointment as dir- been abolished and that there was
ector July 1. This reduction has no one to enforce thelaws.
Live Stock Sanitary Board clause becomes effective it will mean
i :been made in spite of greatly expanded -
CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS that local fishhouses will be forced to The commissioner said he wanted
for Tick Eradication .__.....mill : diversification of activities
close their doors.Immediately the public of Florida to know that
Prison Fund 3-8 mill I and increasing burden relief.
the three old still
Clewiston Community ChurchOn after the receipt of departments were
Book Fund..3-4 mill
Free Text I Ninety-two cents out of every relief -
functioning under the direction of
Total 6 5-8 mills the letter from Mr. Dieter, fish deal-
dollar being expended in Floridais
the new conservation department,
'J. M. Lee recommended September 17 nine people unit- ers here joined in writing to state
Comptroller
reaching the destitute and needy,
that game and fish laws were still in
senators U.
a reduction for 1933 but Governor ed with the Church and one was reinstated S.' Senators ,from Flor- numbering in excess of 400,000 peo- effect and that agents of the conservation -
Sholtz who has consistently opposedthe to membership by the board ida and using every means at their
I ple, according to Director Fagg. department were enforcingall
disposal in an effort to block this
transfer of state funds except of session.
"We are out to make a record laws.
which show an un- Communion this Sunday, October move of the Ike Waltons. It is the
from departments equal to any state in the Union andI
The fresh water fish and
needed surplus, in a letter to the 1, at 8 p. m. in connection with the contention of local fishermen that have not the slightest doubt but game
department, the shell fish commis-
Instead of depleting the number of
comptroller, called'attention to the regular evening services. Everyone that we shall be able to reduce this

fact that as a result of last year'smillage is welcome to partake of the Lord'sSupper black bass in Lake Okeechobee, the cost factor to five per cent", said sion and the geological survey were
consolidated into the conservation tll
present fishing methods have materially
reduction, approximately one with us. Topic: "Christ'sDesIre ,
the State Director, "then 95 cents of ..
department by the 1933 Legislature ,
increased the number. In their
million dollars had to be transferredfrom for the Sacramental Feast. every dollar granted the state by

one' State fund to the General October 5th, there will be a meeting letter to Representative Peterson the federal government will reach as an economy move. Activities of
Monday they praised! the work of the the three departments are being car-
revenue fund and that the department of the Ladies Aid Society at the individuals In need of assis-
from which these transferswere the home of Mrs. A. O. Ward. Isacc Walton League in other partsof tance." ried out under administration of

the country but pointed out how Commissioner Davis, formerly shell
made had outstanding obliga- October 15th also in connectionwith
said that about
iDrector Fagg fish commissioner.
tions which should have been met the regular evening service the the breeding and fishing grounds of In the
25 working
with this money. pastor will baptize all children or Lake Okeechobee differed from the employees are
Tallahassee headquarters. He pointed -
According to last year's count,
The governor has also taken a I adults who report before hand for
out that in spite of the tremen- Florida State College for Women In'
firm stand against any new sourcesof baptism into the Christian faith.
tion and keeps the wheels of trade dous volume of detail work imposed Tallahassee ranks in point of en-
and against an extra ses- Kindly think about it now and please
revenue revolving. Foolish, indeed, is the city upon headquarters, there are fewer rollment as third largest woman's
sion of the Legislature. report as soon as possible for bap-
which neglects the development of workers employed than are necessary college in the United States. It is
By'the practice of rigid economy,
tism.The agriculture the country surrounding to the proper function of surpassed by Hunter College, in New
the explained in his com- Sunday School and the Church
governor it. Civic clubs and others who county relief councils in several of York City, and Smith College, In
munication to Comptroller Lee, "it memberships are growing. Get into I
foster closer cooperation between the larger counties. Northampton, Mass. __.
is hoped that the debts of the state the habit of attending one of the ?
the two groups are to be commended.On .
be paid and a reasonable sur- two. "Church going Fathers Make
may the other hand, the farmer One of the ironies of Fate: is that
plus accumulated so that a substantial Church going sons." "Sound trees FOR
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needs the city and its inhabitants.He John Law, former Notre, Dame captain -
reduction in the millage may be bring forth sound fruit."
must of necessity sell his'sur- CLEAN, COMFORTABLE ROOMS is to coach the Black Sheep of
made next year with some assuranceof -W. B. Furgess, pastor
plus products to obtain an income.! and TASTY. APPETIZING Sing Sing this football season. John
However, until these
permanency. With no cities and massed inhabitants FOOD Law has long been a name given
economies are so reflected and until
FLORIDA LEADS within easy shipping distance, TRY policeman. The Black Sheep as the
additional collections which you con-
he has difficulty in disposing of his Sing Sing prison team,is called, will
template are made, I feel that I WATANABE
product. Common understanding is truly be guided by the long arm of
should not exercise the authority
According to the Florida Depart- important to both groups. Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Prop. the law.
vested in mine to reduce the millageas
nation in the production of many
fixed by the Legislature."
meat of Agriculture, Florida leads
Assessed valuation of propertyfor
the winter grown crops. In fact, some
state purposes is $437,000,000On vegetables can be grown in this
the basis of 100 cent collec-
per state at every month of the year.
Ten
tions, one mill would raise $437,000. R.easo.ns.WhY'I
Florida produces 175 different food
Collections last year fell below 75I I I
=
products and ships ten per cent of --

per cent. all the nation's supply of fresh fruit i

and vegetables. Florida has more

Mrs Rich is Winner advantages miles of sea than coast any, and other more state fishing in Below are listed ten regulations that


the Union. Florida is the nearest
In Ladies Tourney
state to the West Indies, the Pana-

ma Canal, and the South American we comply with in producing and

Mrs.-.Homes Rich, of Pahokee, who countries.

learned her golf on the Clewiston Florida's sunshine is noted the

course, was double winner in the world over for its healthgiving qua- marketing clean wholesome milk.

. Ladies Weekly tournament held lities. ,

here Tuesday morning. Mrs. Rich No other state can boast of the ad- .

was winner of a prize donated by vantages we have here in Florida eW -

Lloyd Sparrow, pro., for the lowest have the advantages. Let's tell the
SAFEGUARDS FOR YOUR HEALTH AND PROTECTION
number of putts on the nine hole world about them. .'

round; and of the $1.50 in trade
COMMON UNDERSTANDINGAND
rnze awarded by the Clewiston

Laundry for being winner in the UNITY OF PURPOSE Demand the Best
ARE NEEDS OF THE DAY
match against par. Mrs. Rich used ,

17 putts and ended the nine hole
With the NRA and the
match 3 down against par, using her Agriculture '*
T.
All B. accredited.
1. !
club handicap. Adjustment Administration and cows are -' .

Mrs.' .. Rich had: already: won the shoulder other forces to improve working conditions shoulder: in to 2. All bottles and utensils are steam sterilized. ":;ta;:!' -4

sweepstakes event held on the Clew- <" -

iston course Sunday, with -a net score industry and on the farms, it is 3. Each bottle of milk is mechanically bottled and capped. ,j) '

possible that a greater appreciationof .
of 73 for 18 holes. Her I
handicap -
fixed at 46, and for this event was she the inter-relation of city and 4.All milk is areated and cooled to 50 degrees F. imme- < ..

won five gallons of gasoline donated county life is being developed. It is after milked. :
certainly to be hoped that such is diately being .
as a prize by Baker's Service Station.I

Lloyd Sparrow announces that the case. A feeling among city residents 5.. Each cow is thoroughly washed and groomed before
that the farmers are always
next Tuesday's'Ladies weekly tour- .'';
trying to grab from the :
something milking.
nament will be held at 3:30 next .:

Tuesday afternoon. It is hoped thata government and a counter feeling .;:\
6. All attendants have health certificates. :
rural residents that they ,
among are .. :
larger number of ladies will take :
being crushed by industry does nut : "'" .,..
part this in the week.event. Five played in the make for the best interests of all 7. Properly constructed barn to meet all regulations. 0_. : : .:...-.'
one They were: Mrs. F.

D. Duff, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. concerned. 8. All milk is filtered.

Fred: Hill, Mrs: W. C. Owen and Mrs. Henry Morganthau, Jr., governorof

Homes RichFIaniken the Farm Credit Administration, 9. Regulations of government standard are complied with.

said recently: "I think there is nothing -

that we Americans need more I 10. Gestation and Lactation periods accurately kept.

Wins Blind than common understanding and

unity of purpose." With city and Call for Clewiston.Dairy Grade A Products at

Bogey Contest Sunday county pulling at cross purposes, pTO-

gress of both is impeded. President

Roosevelt and others are trying to your grocery or direct from our delivery service -

B. C. Flaniken, setting his handi- impress upon us the fact that it is

cap at 40, .turned in a gross 112, to necessary for city and country to

give him a net of 72, which was the march back to prosperity together.If truck.

winning number drawn in the Blind present measures of emergency relief -

bogey event at the Clewiston Golf brings about a common understanding -

Course here Sunday. Mr. Flanikenwas and unity of purpose, they Raw Milk Cream Churned Buttermilk

awarded the $1.50 in trade presented will have served the contry well. .

'by the Clewiston Supply Com- l I No city or town can reach its fullest -

pany as a prize for the event. development without a good and Chocolate Milk, Butter'

Twenty one players were registered prosperous agriculture within reach.

In the Sunday event. Several Cities which have builded their back


enter others the playing blind bogey the course contest.did. not prospered countries-their and those agriculture-have which have neglected ;=EEE The One Food Without A Substitute = =

their back countries have seldom -

Prospective Tenant: "I like this done as well. .

room, but the view from the win- The residents of cities must have

dows is rather monotonous." food supplies in constant streams. CLEWISTON DAIRY COMPANYH

Landlord: "Well, of course this The production of food and other

Js Just a rooming house; it isn't a )ro.9 gctg brings money into circula-




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