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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 13, 1933
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 7. NUMBER 40. CLBWISTOX, FLORIDA.FRIDAY OCTOBER 13, 1933 TRICE $2.00 PER YEAR



TAYLOR FREED ON DEPOSITORS POINT BANK PAID: ENDS; CANAL BUSINESS SIX TO ONE LEAD GIRL SCOUTS TO PLAY LEARNING GOLF HERE GOVERNMENT LETS

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Paying all its depositors in full, Members of the Clewiston girls

{ & wr FIRST CHARGE OF the Bank of Canal Point by volun- GIVEN IN COUNTYTO scout troup are being given lessonsin CONTRACTS FOR

tary action of its stockholders has golf by Lloyd Sparrow, pro, un-

quit business and the banking housein der arrangements made by a friendof
SHORTAGE FUNDS REPEAL GROUP NEW LAKE WORKBids
the Bryant building was closed girl scout work here.

Saturday, says the Everglades News. This week ten girls have taken

Not all of the depositors had called lessons, and are enthusiastitcabout
very
James L. Taylo'r, former Hendry CLEWISTOX GIVES VOTE
WETS were opened Monday at the
sent in for
or checks their bal- the game, the pro says., I
County tax collector, was acquitted OF 194 toI; E. LaBELLE U. S. 'District engineer's office in
ances, about $400 still being on hand Those who were taking lessons

Tuesday on charges of embezzling although wide publicity was givento IS CLOSEST this week were: Betty SpIcer, Julia Jacksonville and contracts will pro- -

approximately $5000 while in office. request depositors to close out Anne Oglesby, Peggy Gallant, Billy bably be awarded soon for the con-,
By a vote of six to one, Henry struction of four hurricane gate ,
their acounts. H. L. McDonald
pre- Hooker, Margaret VonMach Eliza-
The specific charges on which Tay- county added its total to 'the state'svoice on the south shore and'ten
sident of the bank, has urged all beth Winn, Roberta Spicer, Bernice com-
lor was being tried grew out of calling for repeal of the 18th plete drainage structures, including
persons having deposits in the Bankof
Guthrie, Althea Ford, and Bernice
an alleged failure to distribute Canal Point to send in and get amendment' This majority: variedin O'Neil. automatic flood gates at points on

part of the 1932 tax collections to their balances.KIWANIS. the five county precincts from a the south, east and west shores of
vote of 194 to four in Clewiston to Lake Okeechobee.The .
the proper funds of the and
county
a scant one vote: lead for repealistsin
North American
ConstructionCo.
county schools., East LaBelle. The; total county TWO CHAPTERS
FIELD TO ., of Jacksonville was low bidderon

After a short deliberation the vote, as recorded officially this morn- the drainage culverts with a bid

jury returned its verdict. ing by the county commissioners, PLACED HIGH ON of $340,920 for metal pipe culverts

Taylor was Indicted by the Hen- BE ONE OF BEST sitting as a canvassing board, was -well under the engineer's estimate
;27 to
50 for
dry County grand jury on two countsone repeal. of $381,904, while E. H. Latham of

charging the embezzlement of IN SOUTH FLORIDAInstallation Complicity of the ballot, and the STATE HONOR LISTThat Columbus, Ohio, was low on the hur-
fact that the
even dry forces in the
45,000; in connection with the 1932 ricane gate structures. Their bid,

lax roll and another charge alleging state had admitted Florida would after some revision, was $1,108,865,
s become the 33rd state to vote In Hendry county has done its
embezzlement the
,, of some $15,000 from of considerably over government
the 1931 distribution.Soon diamond lights' on "Kiwanis favor of ratifying the, ,21st amend- part in the national Red Cross roll estimat of '$1,017,864 but well within -
Field", ball court. here, which is in effect call is
,a death blow to shown in a report received the 25
after being released from started percent margin over government -
to
the fall
yesterday bring
the much discussed 18th amendment, from the national organization byMrs.
the $5,000 ,charge. Taylor was returned sports season nearer with daily estimates allowed by the
,
was responsible for
apparent lack of R. Y. Patterson, president of .
to the county jail by Sheriff practices by various enthusiasts of war department.The
interest in the election held Tuesday. the Clewiston chapter, and by Mrs.
,Delaney and is being held to the to to four hurricane gates to be
answerto sport tending point a suc- Only about half of Clewiston's vot- H. L. Delaney, president jf the La-
the $15,000 charge. This charge cessful season. built are those situated at the mouthof
ing population turned out for the Belle chapter showing the compara-
will be heard at the next term of the the Clewiston canal, the Palm '
Last night a meeting was held by vote, and this same percentage was tive standing of these two Hendry
ci'rcuit court which meets in ,the of various Beach canal, the Miami canal and a
excepting true in the
managers groups other four voting pre- county chapters.

Spring. to place teams on the field as cincts of 'this county. : I This chart shows LaBelle to rank double purpose gate for the Hills-

The prosecution was conductedby soon as the season officially begins.At Following ,the lead ,of the Demo- sixth in percentage of population borough and North New River Can
State's Attorney Guy M. Stray- least four local teams als. The special type hurricane gate
cratic
are being party calling for repeal. Florida who
members the Red
are pf Cross
horn; Judge W. D. Bell of Arcadia which is to be built at the mouth of
organized. The Kiwanis team, under did its bit toward ,lining up with and Clewiston is seventh on the list.
and Arthur Gomez, of Key West, the managership of Dave Alston; .the 32 other states which had voted Three-Mile canal here was not let at

conducted the defence. The case the U. S. Engineers G., C. Poole, man- for repeal. On November. 7, 'six other Leaders of the Red Cross in both this time due to the uncertainty of

was heard Tuesday at a special term ager; the Sugar company team, with states will ballot on the repeal quesj I Clewiston and LaBelle are hopefulof just how the work in Three-Mile and
of the circuit court with climbing even higher on this list the, Caloosahatchee will be carried '
Judge Sydney Crochet, manager; and the tion. If any three of these vote for
J of honor when the next roll call is on. It is estimated that this combined
George W .Whithurst
presiding. Independents, with Ed. Butler as repeal, it will be only a matter of
staged. Each year, from Arm'isticeDay" lock, hurricane gate and spill
I manager are already organized andit political formality before the'nation-
until Thanksgiving the national will cost close half
to million
h MATHS ACQUITTED TUESDAY is expected that.a high school team al prohibition laws are, lifted, and a way
Red Cross stages a concerted drive dollars, alone or almost half the cost
Will be for at least until
I organized, proclamation issued by the national
throughout the United States to secure of all four of those contracted for
the beginning of the basketball sea secretary of state to this effect.
-, Joe Mathjs, negro charged with ] son. Prof Langford said the high yearly memberships. Only a Monday.
manslaughter was tried and small of each
ac- part membership, 50
school ,boys are anxious to get into. Only one of the contracts for
; quitted Tuesday at a special term of I' cents to the national chapter
SMOLTZ PROMISES goes levee
the field but in case diamond ball and navigation channel which
the circuit court in LaBelle. Mathiswas the remainder stays in the local
conflicts with basketball ,the boys were held up after the opening lOt
indicted recently with man- treasury for local relief, work. Defi- -
are more, anxious to continue their THAT SHELL WILL bids two wepks ago because the
slaughter growing'out of the killing nite plans ,for roll call have not been
basketball battles. bids were too high above government
of Henry Lowe1 (Sears Red) and The' field, located just west of H. BE LAID TO NO. 25 announced by the Clewiston chapter, estimates, 'has been let. The
Jim Long, negroes, who were shot but a meeting 'o(, the executive coun- and Construction
C. Avant', residence, was cleared Atlantic Dredging
to death in HarlenlJune 28. cil will be called at date
an early
this week and the lighting poles er- Company, of Lakeland, commonly
Mathis ,was brought to trial on a erected. The work of clearing was Just as the Public Relations com- to prepare for the membership drive. known here as the McKenzie Dredging -

r re-hearing. of the case.: He was ,tried done by R, F C workers and assis- mitte.e<< of the Clewiston Kiwanis ,club Company was awarded the con-

two weeks ,ago at the, regular term I tance from individual members ',of was preparing a letter to the state tract on the section between the end

of the circuit court but the jury the Kiwanis club: It is In excellent road 'department in protest to any Contract. Challenge is of the levee, recently completed by

was unable to agree on a ,verdict. I shape for playing., The lighting will change in the plans for completing I MacWilliams company and Clewiston,

be very up-to-date, and it is said construction of the highway. from Accepted by LocalsEight The MacWilliaras Company and the

that no other field In South Florida Moore Haven to connect with,-State I Arundel Corporation low bidders on

; : DUPLICATE BRIDGETOURNEY with the exception of the field of road 25 near Clewiston, a messagewas [the other two sections were well out-
Clewiston contract bridge-
received from Moore Haven to
side the cent limit
the Florida Power and Light company twenty-five per,
at Miami will surpass the;.> local the effect that Governor Sholtz had players have accepted a challengefrom 1 I!and it is believed that these to sec
CALLED. stated that ,the state had no intentionof representatives of a bridge club
field. The Clew isto'n field tions will be re-advertised soon. In
in West Palm Beach for a team play
will be lighted by 28 lights of 1500 not shelling the last link of the the event of re-advertising it is con-
match. The match will be played in
FOR NEXT watts each. Brilliancy will be added road. sidered unlikely that either: the Mac-
FRIDAY
the dinning room of the ClewistonInn
,
by the''use of reflectors. The telegram from the Governor, Williams Company or the Arundel
at eight o'clock: Saturday "
addressed to the NRA Compliance night. Corporation will lower their original

board of Glades county follows: Members of the Clewiston teams bids to compete with new bidders.
Devotees of contract bridge will be Triple Threat Star I are Mrs. C. L. Downs, W. M. Redel-
.
c has' already
"Retel.- Road 67: Am informed The :McKenzie company
interested in an announcement by J. shelmer; Mrs. J.: E. Beardsley, W.
that no change in plans to shell road started making prepartions to
E. Beardsley that the Fourth Annual Talks to Legionnaires C. Prewitt; Mrs W. C. Owen, J. E.
from Smokes Corner to Road 25. begin its section of 1 evee. The
....
Beardsley and Lieut. K. C. Fields
Bridge tournament of Clewiston will I Road department planning if possible ; small dragline which was used in
and W. C. Owen.
start Friday night October 20. The Lieut. Kenneth C. Fields, who last '.0 tarry out present constructionnorth I throwing up the grade on State
tournament of Moore Haven to Smoke's Road No. 67 and which has been '
this year'wiII be played year was number one honor student, i'J
., with duplicate boards, similar in I Captain 'of the West Point football Corner. Materials for remaining Mrs. Redelsheimer stored across from town on the canal

style to the tournament held here i team and triple threat half backon bridges is now being adv rtised." \bank since the completion of that

last year. The first two bridge tour-I the Army eleven, and Corp Com- Clewiston's Interest in the road Wins TournamentMrs. grade was loaded aboard a barge

naments in Clewiston were auction 'mander of the West Pointers, was was brought to a head Wednesday Saturday and taken to the beginning

bridge affairs and the one last ,year honor guest and speaker at the night when C. V. Parkinson reportedto I of the project. In addition to the '

was contract. monthly meeting of the Clewiston the Kiwanis club that he had W., M. Redelsbeimer, with on equipment now owned by the company

- Numerous inquires have been com Post of the American Legion Tues- been informed by a, Glades County ly one down against par, was winner. which consists of one yard anda

ing to Mr. Beardsley and' others Interested day night.: Lieut. Fields is stationed official that the state planned to .Tuesday in' the ladies weekly golf half and one three-quarter yard

r in the game as to when a here with the U. S. Engineers. leave off shelling the last link of tournament held at the Clewiston dragline, they expect to add at least

tournament would be held. This increased Recounting his days with the Road 67 (from Smoak's Corner to course., Her gross score was 52. one and possibly two new machines

interest has prompted the Cadet eleven and giving a few poin- Road 25), which would still leave Mrs., F. D. Duff and Mrs. H. A. with 70-foot booms and four yard

I Clewiston without suitable highway Bestor, with 18 putts each, tied for dragline buckets. Their contract ,
early date of the affair, in order that ters on football took up most of the
another tournament may be held time alotted Mr. Fields. facilities to the Ridge section of the first place in the putting contest.A I price is something over $400.000,

here after the Christmas holidays. The Legion post also had as its state. Roy Green, chairman of the prize for the lady lowering her this being the smallest section or'the

Play will begin as eight o'clock guest Arthur King, scoutmaster for Public Relations committee, was requested handicap by the greatest percentage. three advertised.

each Friday night at the ClewistonInn. the Clewiston boy scout troup, who, to check up on the rumor between now and March first Is an- Bids were to have been opened

Mrs. Downs has offered the use in a few words, thanked the post for and to take whatever steps might be nounced by Lloyd Sparrow, pro at Monday on another fourteen milesof
necessary to urge the completion of Clewiston levee and navigation channel in
of the spacious dining room of this the support given the boy scout work the course.A
Assistant scoutmasters'James this connecting link in the state section No. 9 between Canal Point
Inn each Friday night during the here. prize is also announced for the
tournament. Prizes will be awardedat Winn and Bob Mitchell were also highway- system. lowest number of putts during the and St. Lucie canal but this work; I
Smoak's corner, referred to in theGovernor's been cancelled indefinitely due
the close of the tournament for present at the Legion meeting. next six weeks, with, a provision that has
telegram in the point of to lack of funds. The amount of work
high east and west and high 'north I I any player may disregard any two I
intersection of the new grade of road under contract has absorbed
and south. A small fee will be rounds played during that period. now ,I
New Handicaps Made 67 with the old Moore HavenClewiston practically all of the recent four anda
charged to provide for suitable prixz I This will give an advantage to the
road. It is about 2 miles Southof half million dollar appropriationand
charged to player who plays each week. '
provide for suitable
, prizes. At Local Golf CourseNew Moore Haven. it will probably be another year 'I'

; Contract was recently awarded to before anymore contracts are let.
' The tournament last year was de- the J. E. Ballinger company of Lake- Reauest Action j
on
; clared a success by all participantsand ratings were posted land for the construction of 5:57 !

., _. much interest was stimulated' inj I|''I this week at the Clewiston Golf (six miles West of Moore Haven) AGED FORMER RESIDENT \
BridgeArthur
'\ the game by the playing. This year : Course which will be used in the miles of highway' from ,Main's Corner Highway DIES IN MILAVAUKEEJ. ;
,
1
;: 1r, it is expected that eight or ,10 tables .challenge tournament which is to toward Moore Haven. This road I I ;

r will be entered in the tournament. start here Sunday. would end near the Glades County W.Lawrence secretary of I J. Kettl, age 80, a former Clew-

Information may be had from Mr.j j Rules of the tournament, Lloyd court house in Moore Haven. From of the Clewiston Kiwanis Club, was iston resident, died peacefully at the I'

Beardsley or Mrs. Downs. i I Sparrow explains, provides that any I the Governor's message it would ap- Instructed Wednesday night to write home of his daughter in Milwaukee

+ 'player may challenge anyone on the j pear at the state road forces arc the chairman of the State Road De- Monday after a lingering period of ,

DUFF WINS BLIND BOGEY |I list whose name falls within five ,I planning to continue the original partment asking when Clewiston declining health. He is survived ; I;

above his own. Failure to play a I plans and pave the highway all the might expect a permanent bridge .I in Florida by a son, John, of Clewis-

F. D. Duff, with a net score of match forfeits the position to the way to Smoak's corner, anfl to prepare over Industrial canal on state road ton, and a daughter, Mrs. George A.

83 was winner Sunday In the regular person issuing the challenge. a shell base on the remaining 25. The letter was written yesterday. Yon, of South Bay. The many friends '

weekly blind bogey contest held at I Players and their handicaps are as section (about 4.5, miles) to con- The bridge across Industrial canalIs whom the Kettl's made during their

the Clewiston golf course. Thirteen follows: Dick Knight, 24; Mark R. nect with Highway No. 25 ten miles adequate in every way to care for their stay in Clewiston regret la

n players were: registered for tljQ event.1 (Continued. 0-n page 4) west of Clewiston,, v (Continued on gage 4). learn of the sad passing.



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THE CLI5WISTON NEWS T' "7 FRIDAY OCTOBER is, 18m '

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i some blue fish fishing. He explainsthat clothing and housing those unfortunates :

The Clewiston News there are always two hooks on not yet absorbed Into Industry -

each line, one just above the other, will then be known, and Ameri-
Published every Friday in Clewiston, III TOO LATE TO RUSSELL !which has not been explained 'until cans must act accordingly. Despite :1:;

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, CLASSIFY KAY he came home with the report that depleted local treasuries, this terrible :

i)' Inc. I he caught two blue's with one line task confronts us and Is utterly

III at the same time. Whichproves unavoidable.

Entered as second class matter While it may be a selfish though, minimum this season,. go out of our two hooks are better than one. Fortunately, the load will be lightened 4

February 1, 1927, at the Post Officeat jt just occured to me that if those sway to make a fuss over these "cus- I to the extent that our people ..-,

Clewiston, Florida, under the Act Cuban armies keep on tcaiin' each tomers", greet 'em with a smile, do 3 MILLION GET JOBS'Statistics enter into the second phase of the

of March 3, 1897.A others' hair and usin' their best our best to entertain 'em.Let 'em vitally essential public cooperation .

tourist hotels for shootin' galleries, have room accornodations and mealsat compiled by Federal and for which the President appealed and

newspaper devoted to the best I it isn't gonna help their tourist busi- a reasonable rate put some flowersin tate labor departments, confirmedby which he assured, us. recovery ;s im-

interests of Hendry county, Florida. ness a whole lot. their rooms and don't send a bill national private agencies, including possible. Now the duty is no longer

It's leading newspaper. Then with prohibition flat on it's with 'em, throw in an extra cup of the American Federation of labor that'of; employers. It Is apparent I"

back waitin' for the count, it oughtto coffee or a piece of pie and tell 'em I I showed that the great army of that; with few exceptions, they are.
numbered 14,000,000 with the President's Reemployment -
Subscription rate, per year... .$2.00 be just about as easy to harvesta it's on the house. unemployed complying
I
of esti- By this
last Agreement.
March. The consensus
of Florida2.50 crop of liquid refreshment in Flor- Don't try to get back all your
Outside of State to of the Blue {
mates made by such sources up time the significance :
ida this winter as it was in Cuba. losses from this one crop of ,tourists. :'.,'f
that about one understood. Under that -
And with Mama Nature doin' a hu- Think about the tough seasons mid-September was Eagle s well
Business Office, Clewiston News, la dance and keepin' folks awake you've been through. Think about fourth of that vast horde of disconsolate symbol of recovery prices are sure

Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and nights in California, a lot of timid next season and those to follow after individuals had been restoredto to advance. Of that natural con- i

Advertising, same. souls will probably change their that. Make up your mind to hold gainful employment through the sequence of increased pay rolls in
this win- 'em back operation of the National Recovery every industry the President warnedus
minds about goin' out, there these customers, bring
ter. again arid again. You may not wind Act.On when he signed the Recovery Act
October 9 about 3,000,000 em- June 16. To serve our own purpose -
on
advertisin' much
MlMBk Then with the wonderful up the season with quite as
Florida has had all summerat dough, but boy think how you will ployers of two or more persons it is imperatively necessary that
it I throughout the country received a we now lay in our winter's supplies.
the Century of Progress, feel when you know that your
frnm President' Roosevelt -
nocMoTialro
wouldn't surprise me to see more guests had the time, of their lives, q --------- I
tourists down here this season than how they hated to leave and are with a message which read: Mankzna "Going, Strong"

A ants at a nicnic. coming back and bring all their "Two months ago I invited you to [There Is no need to feel depressed.
relatives with 'em. enter into an agreement with me to Tenth is pressing forward with 'nn- .
time for friends and
This would be a good
V/E DO OUR PART'No I aid industrial recovery by shortenIng daunted The physical aspect ,'j
\ Florida folks to get their little heads Civic organizations of Florida rates. energy.
hours and increasing wage Wider J
together and decide what we pro- would justify their existence if they take stock. The of man Is no longer Ignored. *,.'
The time has come to nobler truths are being recognized
and
pose to do about it. Our hotels and would all unite at this time on a \
man has a right to do as he information here requested is necessary by science. Human welfare Is.being
will be full and runnin'over. to insure deal I
pleases except when he pleases to do apartments campaign a square to determine the progress we attended to, and In spite of obstaclesthe
Rooms in private homes will and fair prices for tourists and vis- "
right.-C. Simmons.It have made. outlook Is bright-Sir Oliver if
be in demand. Cafes and restaurantswill itors who come to the state this for
asked com-
Employers were '(
Lodge. \, ,
business. Local mer )
do a thrivin' winter.If -
is wise man that does not waste parative figures on employment and '
time in regrets of yesterday.Confucius. chants will find that' many a tourist we send 'em all back home next pay-roll totals for the two pay per- I,I' I think there is nothing that we i

dollar will be spent in their spring satisfied and happy, we'll cods ending July 15, 1933, and Oct. '' Americans need more today than
establishments.The need to again about our results to be
never worry 14, 1933. These common understanding and unity of
Persistent people begin their, suc- problem we've gotta decide tourist crop. Nothin' will keep 'em available only to sworn employeesof I _
cess where others end in failure.- right now is whether we want to away. But now is the time to makeup the Census Bureau and treated' as purpose_ Henry Morganthau, Jr. ,

! Edward Eggleston.The make the most.of the moment, step our minds. What are we gonnado strictly confidential, will disclose the ,
.
.
and while the gettin'Is treat 'em right or treat More than half the population of ;
a out, get ours fellows, actual situation. The extent to which : '
greatest menace in trying good, soak 'em for rooms, soak 'em rough? additional efforts must be put forth the Dominion of Canada is less than ; -, ,

times is on propensity to quit try- 'em for eats, soak 'em for everything, and preparations for feeding and 25 years of age. '

! ing.-New Orleans:! States.A and if they whine about it give 'em And-- if Mr. Ripley is still lookin' ".'"

the Bronx cheer; or shall we look for "believe-it-or-nots," he might tell : -
good thing to remember and a ahead to next year and the year after I <

better thing to do is to work with that and deliberately set out to trap folks about the Tampa Morning Tri- -- ',::, .'
;, ;
the construction gang and not the 'em into comin' back year after year bune, a "newspaper" that is suein'a i ---- ,,; -

, wrecking crew.-Timely Topics. and bring' their friends with 'em. politician for libel instead of bein' Notice Regarding Scrip CertificatesREORGANIZATION .; ,

The greatest business successesin sued by one, that ought to make the ,.
Fate often puts all the material for the world have been built on "re- world sit up and gasp. If you ask OF I

happiness and prosperity into a mans peat orders" and "fair prices". We me, its got six legged cats and one <; i

hands just to see how miserable he don't want to forget that. If we're armed paper hangers knocked fora .
Southern 1
The {
Sugar Company
with them. Don
can make himself smart, we'll hold prices down to the loop. ,
,
. Marquis. ; .

i The Scrip Certificates, heretofore issued under the Plan, dated 1 .t':.
': HOW THE NEW CODE WORKS .... Work Will Start April 1, 1931, in bearer form, representing fractional interests in ,>!
on .
BAGGASSE any securities deliverable under the Plan, become void at 3:00 .{ .
As a definite study of whether the P. M. on October 1, 1933. ::'.,
: new NRA codes are really working Federal Highway in * TJw undersigned at Reorganization Manager and as Associate

effectively in various parts of the Good morning, would you like to Reorganization Manager respectively, under said Plan, hereby
3 notify the holders of such Scrip Certificates that any securities
G. Early Part of Year have a nice fresh stewed
i country, somebody sent William golf ball deliverable under the Plan will continue until December 31,1933,
j i Sheppard, veteran economist and investigator this morning? If you do, call Dot. to be delivered to them n the surrender, in accordance with j

down to Gastonia, N. C., Construction Redelsheimer. Not that Dot's sell- the terms thereof, of such Scrip Certificates.
Leesburg, Oct
{I This particular place was picked as Ing stewed golf balls. she probably -
i I will start early in 1934 on Federal
the sumbol of the worst conditionsin highway leading directly from Lees- would not,, sell the one she has be- REED &: COMPANY, BITTING, INCORPORATED,

textile labor, particularly as re-; Haines where it will cause she's saving it for Tom Shel- AttexiaU J crcs"il lion Manager, Reorganisation Manager, i
;, gards the employment of children. I burg to City, ley to eat when he decides to live 724 South Spring Street, ,20 Exchange Place, --
meet State Road No. 8, according to
a Los Angeles California. New York City.
several weeks to hasty statement ,
Mr. Sheppard, after j up a he made
!information given by Chairman C. B.
of intensive probing found decidedly Monday.Mrs. .
Treadway of the State Road Depart- Dated: September 30.1933.II .
improved conditions growing out ment. Redelsheimer was sizing a: ..y

i of the NRA plan. long putt on.number nine green Mon-
From Haines City, the new highway I
! For example: he found that 1,000 will follow the general line of day afternoon. in fact, it was sucha
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more school children were registered long one that she herself did not J J 'Mj .J.J .jM' J jMj .M. .nJ jM. J . J .MjMjMjM. jMj jMjM.
the State road angle turns, . . . . . . . . . . .
,\ for the fall of 1933 than had ever and present the establishment of grades .I expect to make it, when Tom pipes .....................................................................................................................................II

been registered before. along modern lines. From Clewistonthe up with 'this remark: "You sink it ,.

i!, Here's the situation as it used to traveler will have his choice of and stew it; Dot, and I'll eat it." ''Not yy YY .1..._.

be: "Fifty children a week in Gas- going across to West Palm Beach to be outdone, Dot gave the ball a AA

ton county used to apply for working and on to, Miami; or running on whack and all the way across the ::AX::: Speculation :_ti:

, permits because they had reached -. down to Miami along the canal. green, the little ball rolled and ker- I! ,

; the magic age of 12, when they flump in the cup it went. With one XXAA .,".., ,:'. '- .s..s. .;,
This will probably be the longest. '
I could go to work," writes Mr. Sheppard Florida highway to be built with third of the bargain completed, Mrs. Is / :: :'/:" : :;::;:
As Redelsheimer decided to live to YY Exciting
in Collier's magazine. up
Federal funds under the recent five f
many as 5000 working permits were her part and took the ball to the Inn .YY.... .:...
million dollar allotment, and it will
; in effect' one time. Other .thousands where it was put into a pot of rice Y
be of heavy construction and high y
i of boys and girls, without and 'stewed until done (at least the YYs
type. It has not yet been learned
permits were taken to the great mills Just what route will be taken from rice was done). A special place was :::::- but aren't safety of principal and assured :;::i:

by their parents: to work, free, as Leesburg through Lake County, but prepared with the bowl of golf-ball- AAxx xx return more important right now? .:..:. .,
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helpers for father or mother." stew as principal dish. Dinner wa "'
as it is ,understood the road must announced to Shelley but .x..:. If you are ready for real profit without :i"::f: *)
evidently
Gastonia is one of the largest be of heavier construction than the & any' breath-taking thrills (as most sensible .;.+
centers of cotton milis in the south. present highway south of Groveland, he'd lost his appetite for stewed. golf :::::: people are these days), you'll be interested yin
Living conditions there have been it undoubtedly means the buildingof balls for it remains un-eaten. +.:. the Building and Loan plan. It has :,0:::

studied and found to be far from another entirely new line, very :_::i: been going along serenely for many years ++

normal. Crowded houses shelter themill likely east of the present;! road. Diamond ball, election and roads ;tt: now paying its patrons'consistently high :i'::s_:

families, and often it was found had about taken the center of attrac- yy' .. returns, without doing any tricks with f. =

that nine and ten lived in one room. The new post office ,at Dageen- tion in this week's news when along .S-..:..**::;, their money'-M... '0,:

This is not a case of years ago. The ham, Essex, England, has a skylight comes the announcement that Clew- .xxft... As a matter of fact there have been fewer +: ',-
writer spent a great deal of time in which takes the glare and most of iston is to have its fourth annual :::: actual losses under' this plan than under X'S-f

Gastonia in 1927 and found an epi- the heat out of sunlight. I bridge tournament. Culberson, Lenz, any other financial plan in the world. That J.; ::

; demic of palagra in the mill districts, Work, and even old man Hoyle wil covers a lot of territory but it's the truth. {......
not only of Gastonia, but Rock Hill I probably have their famous bookson !

. S. C. and in practically every other themselves, but instead of profitingby the game brought out from hiding Even the late, unlamented depression, +.f ..
! mill city in that region. Children the example of their own lives, places and carefully dusted off while XXi:::: which left many other established finan- :_;:'_;: .
cial institutions in such bad order, failed .:;*.
! there, poor unfortunate creatures, they soon started similar conditions followers of America's favorite in-
to hurt the reputation of the Building ++
; looked forward with pleasure when themselves.The door sport do some cramming for the ::: and Loan. ?..t.. ,

they should reach the mature age of magazine writer says he tournament. One good thing about ,.:;. -.,... -. .s..s'.:.
12 so they could join the lines in found children "playing this summer, duplicate tournaments is that since ..:.".:(
the spinning rooms o fthe big mills. and now there're going to school- your neighboring table has the same

Conditions there then were far children who used to'work long hands to play post-mortems are i::: We Can Help You to ..:....:;..

from 'pleasant. The mills themselves hours in the mills before the Textile rare........ which is a help. .s..:.
Code went into operation. Stores in * Own Your Own Home +.;.
were working only about half time; !:!!i. ....
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. but the families continued to multiply Gastonia, "he says" are humming. Speaking of diamond ball, whichIs .YY.s..t .'::'..::,.
.j and each added month to feed About $350,000 a week in wages not supposed to be a dangerousgame

only took food from those already flows out of the mills.". we are reminded that Mc Mul- .
ti >
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. about the home. The parents of these There may be numerous faults len suffered the first casualty. Mc- Clewiston Home .

{ children looked at life in a peculiarly with the codes, but if Codes have is limping about with a game knee ....! 1
I philosophic way. They did not seem accomplished nothing else than to wrenched Wednesday in practice. M .

) to realize the burdens, almost unbearable take the children out' of the factoriesand For fear the impression will be left if & ;

I which were being cast up- place them where they right- that diamond ball is to blame, we II Building Association

i on the children. Their answer to the fully belong-in schools; they will add that Mc has had the same knee

j questions pertaining to large fami- have justified their existence. There injured before. yy ++

lies was almost invariable "Well, seems to be no doubt but that the * '* ::;:::.:: Administration Building .::..:.:

': when they git old enough they kin children are out of factories to stay. No collection of oddities is com- AN INSTITUTION FOR SAVING i4: !

help feed the rest of us." The codes have given light to chil- plete with out at least: one fish yarn. ..:...s...
As a result of these conditions dren This is toldjand vouched M Clewiston Florida
; has taken them from virtual one for by :;::o!:
youthful marriages were the fashion. slavery and placed them in homes Elbert Stewart.No .,.

Youths 15 and 16, becoming tired of and schools. The child has won, and' this is not about the one that

living under such unhappy surrounding America can pride itself on the Victory got away. Last week end ho and thelucGehce'5 1I *=i .
houi'oa
ware startlug \ for I wont to the cast coast: for I.J I I



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FRIDAY OCTOBER 13, 1933." THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE THREE

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SCHIFFLI ATTENDS REUNION I ing a few head of livestock
STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT LARGEST as additional -

I security can speed up the
Personal MenliolKeith Dr O. F. Schiffli returned
Sunday
I inspection if they will have the ani-
UNIT IN FLORIDA'S
GOVERNMENT
night from a reunion of Field Am-
mals near the house for a few days
bulance No. 129 of
Company which
after the application
is made. Loansare
Fort he was captain while this unit I.the
Hartsfield, of Myers was
Tallahassee, Oct. 13-To the average state was between Jacksonvilleand now being made In a average of

was a visitor here yesterday in service overseas. The re-union was American motorist, cushion- Lake City. The project called for less than three days after the application -
held in Chicago at the American
calloused and mile-mad, a highwayis the expenditure of $1,000,000 and Is received.

j G. L. McGwiggan, of Moore Haven, Legion national convention. Dr. a paved race track pillared on .is still in use. Although widened. It

R visited friends here Wednesday Schiffli says only eight members of either side by toll stations, commonly -!was started under the administrationof
I
the company were not present at the Hints To Housewives
nights reunion. called filling stations. The Flor- former Governor Cary A. Hardee

-- ida auto owner is no exception to and while it set a record for its time,
Mrs. Schiffli and children, who
Mrs. E. L. Stewart spent the weekend the rule. the manner and methods used would ,. Guava RolyPolySift ...
had spent the summer at Asheville, !
t with friends in West Palm returned with him. I Through no particular fault of his today be called slow. 2 cups flour, 1-2 teaspoon salt.

-.,' r 33each. the motorist has been allowed to In 1921 the first gas tax was 2 tablespoons sugar, and 3 table -

--- draw: a mental picture in the ab- placed on' the sale of gasoline. The spoons baking powder, and cut in

stract. As he travels along, and the fund gathered from the one-cent tax
Miss Ulla Jacobsen spent yesterday shortening until mealy in appear
'uubap cbooI Florida scenery unfolds, he remem- went to the road building
afternoon visiting friends in Moore program. ance. Add 1 egg, and 1-2 cup milk
Haven.S. bers there are taxes 'on his car, The tax has been boosted until it and then blend the mixture. Toss on

I Hes&onOctober taxes on his tires and taxes on his I now stands at 8 1-2 cents allocated floured board, and roll to about 1-2

gas. He remembers those things be- as follows: Roads, three cents; gen- inch thick.
A. Nall, of HighSprings, is I i Brush with 'melted but
spending a few days here visiting cause men who have been responsiblefor eral state government one cent; I ter, snowdrift, or other fat. Spread

relatives. 15th the construction and upkeep of federal government one and one- dough with guava mixture, sweeten

Subject: Saul (Paul) in Antioch. the highway system have been too half cents. I ed and spiced, and dot with butter.
deeply employed to inform the publicof The total amount paid in taxes for
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dougherty, of Golden Text: "For lam not a- Roll up as for Jelly roll, and placein
what must be done before the use of gas in 1932 was $14,653,883.The .
LaBelle, were visitors in Clewiston:; shamed of the gospel of Christ: for greased pan. Bake In moderate

1 afternoon. it is, the power of God unto salvation, ,highways can be opened to traffic. tax was seven cents per gallonto oven for 25 minutes, and serve with

yesterday to every one that believeth: to the From a small department createdby the State. Of that amount the favorite pudding sauce.

Jew first, and also to the Greek. legislative, ,act In 1915, becausethe Road Department received three- Guava DumplingsPeel
Parker Wilson and Deane Turner federal government had workedout I sevenths, or $6,280,000.
Romans 1: 16. 12 large guavas. Put the center -
spent Sunday afternoon 'visiting 'a plan to help the various states, An interesting sidelight in the
Lesson Text: Acts 11: 19-30; 12: I pulp through a dilver, and mix
friends in Fort Myers. 25. the Florida road department has developed road building program of the Department with the fruit. Make a pastry as for

into a far-reaching organi- of which the public is not
above and roll to 1-4
Time:. Saul's year of preaching in roly-poly ( ),
,Dave Alston attended a special zation, through which is distributed well informed, is the fact that under thickness. Brush with
Inch butter
Antioch, probably A. D. 43 or 44.
meeting of the county commissionersis Place: Antioch: Tarsus: Jerusalem annually millions of dollars in mater- the law the Department is com- and cut Into six squares. Place J\;

LaBelle this morning. ial checks and payroll accounts. pelled to work all able bodied con- large spoonful of the mixture on

The present, worth of the highway victs. The Department has no choicein each square. Mix 1-2 cup of sugar

Mrs. Frank Cothern of Pahokee Following last Sunday's lesson system is set at $219,000,000, of the matter. It is the law. It must and 1-4 teaspoon each of cinnamon
{Acts 8: 1) we are told, "And at which $127,000,000 represents roads them with construction work
provide
_
d z spent Tuesday here visiting Mrs. Van over the mixture on the squares. En-
-, : Cothern and other relatives. that time there was a great persecu- constructed by the State Road Department and must reckon with them in the cloves, and allspice; and sprinkle
tion against the Church which was at and $92,000,000 taken over maintenance budget. The mainten-
close in the pastry, and bake In a
Jerusalem; and they were all scattered from[ the various counties and now ance of the highway, figured on an '
Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Giles and Miss moderate oven (375 degrees) for 25
abroad throughout the regionsof I under State Road Department maintenance investment of $200,000,000. Such a
Lucile Padgett spent Tuesday visit- minutes; or until guavas are tende"rand
Judea, and Samaria, except the according to the report of percent is exceedingly low.
browned. Serve
ing in West Palm Beach. pastry slightly .
apostles. the auditor on September 1. That is The system of which C. B. Tread- with lemon or orange sauce to which

Riviera Then our lesson for today begins, more than the railroads of the nation way is chairman has on its payroll of marmalade has been
is a teaspoon
J. R. Moody spend-
'Now they which were scattered were worth when Florida was pur- hundreds of men and women. Aside

ing a few days here supervising the abroad upon the secution that chased and four times the amount from the regular staff there is now added. Sauce
instalation of the lights for Kiwanis Lemon or Orange
Field. arose about Stephen, travelled as paid for the territory. Added to the employed nearly 1600 laborers on Mix 1 cup sugar, 2 tablespoons

far as Phenice, and Cyprus, and above investment may be placed emergency projects with plans per- flour, and a pinch of salt. Add 1' 3-4

Antioch, preaching the word to none more than $18,000,000 representing fected to engage a thousand more as cups boiling water 'and cook for 2

Gayle McFadden returned to Clew- but unto the Jews only." betterment, storm and routine soon as projects are approved by the minutes. Then add 3 tablespoons le,

iston Saturday after a two weeks Antioch was destined to be scarcely maintenance and nearly $400,000 for federal engineers. Distribution of mon juice, 1-2 teaspoon grated lei

visit with Mrs. McFadden in Jack- second to Jerusalem in importance as equipment.The work has been made to give each section 2 butter
mon rind, and tablespoons ,
sonville. a center of early Christianity With Florida motorist realizes his I I I of the state its quota employ and remove It from the stove. For

population of about, 400,000, it was state stands high in the road build ment, Mr. Treadway has said. orange sauce substitute 1.2 cup

Arthur W. Lawrence attended the the third largest city in the Roman I ing program of the nation and he The Road Department is the largest orange rind for lemon rind. '

masoinc lodge in Moore Haven last Empire, only Rome and'Alexandria is proud of the fact. He knows his single unit in the government. of

night. Mr. Lawrence is Master of surpassing it. Antioch was beauu-I state has thousands of miles of hard Florida. Englishman Named Cloud

the lodge. fully situated on the Orantes surfaced roads, built with the generous -
Ancient i ionomers named the
about fifteen mites from the sea. aid of the federal government.Over Farmers making application to
and constellations, but cloud
stars
Miss Eva Mae Green, Lawson (Continued on page 4) these highways each winter the Regional Agricultural Credit were first named and classified by aa

Jones and Charles Lovvorn were travel thousands of northern visitors. Corporation for small loans and giv- !JnJ1'lIshmnn: ; ,In 1803

visitors in West Palm Beach Satur- I. . . . Marvelling at the abundance of I
' day afternoon. 1.N.N.N.N.N.NIN. .N.N.M.NININ. .N.N.N.N.N.NININ/NINININ. . .. winter vegetation growing from 100 ,. --

different varieties and soil and rang- n

Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Von Mach and SPECIALChop ing from the moss-matted oaks in

family, Mrs. G. H. Small and E. J. the north to the shadesoftenedpalms CompletenessWeek

.' Rogero were visitors in West Palm in the south.

Beach Saturday.Mrs. Suey Dinnersin The Florida highway system is

longer in miles than a great many of
by week we are getting in
W. 'C. Prewitt, Miss Marie delicious the leading railroad systems of the '
new merchandise. .goods of stand- _
Williams and C. L. Downs were nation. Prior to the legislative acts would :"-.
ard quality, which it pay you .,
among Clewiston residents in West ORIENTAL STYLE of 1933 the system included 5,876 J
to investigate. Our goods are markcd -
Palm Beach Saturday.Mrs. miles of hard surfaced roads, under \ /",:
at a reasonable profit, and the
TUESDAY and FRIDAY NIGHTS actual state maintenance, with ,:
rest is passed on to you. ; : .
Hubert Land, Miss Marcia 4,543 miles additional in the system, I."_'
We do not have to shout our ;' ,-'
Avant, Mrs. Dan Allen and Zerney but not under state maintenance. > '"
WATANABE ,'. own good points. Others are doing .
HOTELMrs. -
is completed -
Meredith were visitors in West Palm Approximately 60 percent "
this for; us.Come ,: '
,
C Beach Wednesday.Lieut } '
,
F. R. Maxwell, Prop. ,';
.in. Look over our mer-
tremendous
An illustration of the

'L and Mrs. N. L. Hemenway .ININ:NIN/NIMIN:N:NINININ:NIN:N:M:N:N:..:..:N:N:N:N:N:. amount of work involved before a chandise, and you will buy.
spent the week end in Jacksonville '
highway is complete may be gainedin
where he had been called on busi-
the'statement, that it requires

ness. They returned Tuesday. .:N 1 NINININ 1 1 :..:..:NININ 1 1 :N:NININ 1 1 1.N N:NININ 1 1 :N:--.IN:IIININII 1 6,900 tons of material to construct CLEWISTON DRUG COMPANYJ.

i a. 20-foot concrete road a distance ,of
Major B. C. Dunn, district U. S. For G. Niblack Mgr. Phone 345
Engraved one mile and 6,100 tons for a 22- ,
Engineer, and Col. W. T. Hannum,
road the dis-
foot lime rock same
division engineer of New Orleans
Christmas Cardsand tance. '
were in Clewiston Wednesday on I
When the highway departmentwas
business. .
organized 18 years ago the paved

roads were mere trails, only nine II..'NININININININININININININIMINININININ. . . . . .NININ. ..11NININ. .NINININ.'. .1..IMIN. .M......N.N..NINISINI.. ..
Mrs. J. W. Ezelle recently returned
-r Personal feet wide. Now they are 22 feet
from a short visit with her mother StationerySee
wide. y
in Richland Ga. She reports her y
To those who are willing to complain -
mother is recovering from her re- y
I I if projects do not move rapidlyit yil

cent illness.A. EVELYN HARE may be pointed out that five years

after the department was created CLEWISTON GOLF
R. Broadfoot, who has spent Representing found such progressive counties as il .1

several months on a government pro- Wallace Brown ,
New York Dade reporting only one small pro-
ject in Alabama, arrived Sunday to
ject near Larkin.
resume his duties in the U. S. Engineers .
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IINININI.IINININININIMIMINININININININININIMINININII One o fthe first paved roads in COURSE .
office here. .
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Mr. and Mrs. Zerney Meredith are .; 'f. f
announcing the birth of a baby I .t
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daughter born last Friday in West f
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Miss has been Blame ;
Palm Beach. The little it NRA. ,
on '' "
named Patricia -Anne. . : .


Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Furgess returned Or what you will ..:.. I

Tuesday from a few days


visit gess convention went in Tallahassee as of a Florida delegate where Kiwanis to Rev.the clubs.state Fur- But every indication points toward i! Open to the Public I Iy



James A. Rivier of Jacksonville,

project engineer for the constructionof Higher Prices on paper costs and higher y y

road 67 near Moore Haven is ?

spending sveral days in Clewiston, prices for printed matter of all kinds. See y:: ,: =t
He is a guest at the Watanabe Hotel. ; 1

what will need and phone 339. y':' \ .. H)

I Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Nielsen left you y'z' .

' this morning for their former homer y
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in Savannah. Mr. Nielsen, who had y !

a i been here for a year with the U. S. Moderate Green Fees .:.
Estimates
Given. No ''
Engineer office, was transferred to Gladly Obligation :

the Savannah office. I Exceptional Fairways : i iI


E. W. Digges, associate engineer, Interesting Greens

i spent where the he was week called end in on Jacksonville business THE CLEWISTON NEWS I I i


connected with the awarding of contracts .

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PAGE FOUR TIm CLEWISTON NEWS "r FnIDAY OCTOBER 13, I

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:NEW HANDICAPS ARE MADE Invertase is a clear, water extractof they would cleave unto ,the Lord. his labors there. Saul's tcii lngg.-. :

BALLINGER MOVESIN FOR CLEAVISTON COURSE yeast. It converts a part' of the For he was a good'man, and full of draw crowds, and he convinced any.. I '

cane sugar into invert sugar, whichis the Holy Ghost and of faith: and In this center 'of Greek and Ro\milD
Lawler, 40; L. O. Vinson, 17; F. D. just as sweet and wholesome but civilization he helped to establisvi a i
much
people was' added unto
EQUIPMENT; TO Duff, 12; Fred Hill, 29; V. H. Mc- does not crystallize as readily.In Lord.: the church which became the mother of I

Carter, 31; J. J. Harrington, 11; M. brief, the invertase process, as foreign missions and the outsta d-

START WORK SOONMoore P. Peterson, 16; J. W. Barrett, 14. described by the United States Department The commendable moderation of ing, early center of Gentile Christiana
M. W. Bigg 24;; Foy Durrence 18; of Agriculture, is carried the Jerusalem church in not hastily ity. For centuries it remained one of\

J. W. Ezelle, 26; E. E. Kelly, 15; H out as follows: The juice from the condemning the new departure sug- the chief churches of Christendom.Here J

Haven DemocratThe A. Bestor, 19; C. E. Miner, 30; C. F. mill Is carefully skimmed and exapo- gest that they already had heard of In Antioch Saul found abundant -

I Goodman, 30; Hubert Land, 30; T rated as usual in an evaporator or Peter's visit to Cesarea and Cone- opportunity to be apostle to the "',

road building equipment of B. Puryear, 25; L. C. Miller, 40; A. kettle or batch pan. The juice is eva- lius' conversion and had reached- the Gentiles.

the John E. Ballinger Construction N. Gallant, 17; Jimmy Harrington, porated to the semi-sirup stage, or conclusion, "Then hath God also to "And in these days came prophets

company, contractors on state road 24; A. L. Hackett, 20; N. L. Hemen- about two-thirds complete,. on the the Gentiles granted repentance unto 'from Jerussalem unto Antioch. And

between Moore Haven and Main way, 24; Dave G. Alston, 16; E. R. first day. When it tests 20 degrees life." Acts 11: 18). At any rate they ('there stood up, one of them, named 1 +

Corner, began to arrive in Moor Fontaine, 13; H. R. Hall; Fr. Finne- Baume while still very hot, or whenIt sent Barnabas to investigate at first Agabus, and signified by the Spirit ; -

Haven Monday, and it. is thought gan, 19; Kit. Bowden, 20; Ed. But- boils at 215 degrees Fahrenheit, hand the situation in Antioch. Bar- that there should be great dearth

that actual work will be started some ler, 25; Hoomes Rich, 27; G. Small, I the semi-sirup is collected. for the in- nabas gave the new movement among through out all the world:

time this week.J. 30; L. C. Sturgess, 22; C. V. Park- vertase treatment in a tank large the Greeks his hearty approval, and Which came to pass in the daysof

A. Riviere arrived here Monday inson, 23. enough to hold the' entire day's outRANGE his stirring exhertations helped to Claudius Caesar. Then the disciples -
from Jacksonville to act as project I further the work and give it perman-
f
Dr. White, 13, Pete Wilson, 21; every man according to his
engineer for the state road department .
W. C. Owen, 13; E. P. Shelley, 12; CATTLE DOG MEAT I Jance.j ability, determined to send relief unto -
on this job.; He established an
Parker Wilson, 40; C. Lovvorn, 17; j "Then departed Barnabas to Tar- the brethren which dwelt in Ju
office in the court house and by and I
Dr. Mrs. E.
D. Harris
Jay W. Moran, 21; E. L. Stewart, 21; were sus for to seek Saul;' and when he daea: Which also they did, and sent
Tuesday ]had: his survey crew at work W. H. McCracken, 21; E. J. Rogero, Miami visitors three, days last week. found him, he brough him unto An- it to the elders by the hands of

setting necessary stakes for the con- 25; L. C. Rosenberg, 40; W..M. Red- On their return home they stoppedat tioch. And it come to pass, that a Barnabas and Saul." \

tractors to begin work. elsheimer, 30; Tom Shelley, 3. Hollywood, and looked over the whore year they assembled them- The gifts from the Christians aft
Doubt as to where the pavement Sun-Ray canning plant, where they
I selves with the church, and taught Antioch to those at Jerusalem was I
would end dispelled'after look can all kinds of vegetables as,well as
was a REQUEST ACTION ON ROAD much people. And the diciples were carried by Barnabus and Saul who'
at the plans ,in the project engineer's BRIDGE IN CLEWISTON dog food. Dr. Harris says they are called Christians first in Antioch." gave information to the Jerusalem'
office The putting in machinery that will can
Wednesday. project
was
For many years thereafter thiscity'more' church concerning the increase of r, _
let in two sections. One of these sec- 15,000 lbs., of dog food daily. Most
(Continued from page 1) Antioch.t
than any other was'a hometo the Christians at :' :- .
Corner of the dog food has been made in "
tions extends from Main's to
traffic, but was originally constructed Saul. Here he labored at length "And Barnabus and Saul returned -
the city limits of Moore Haven. The as a temporary crossing and California and Chicago but this new when had'fulfilled
and from this center he started out from Jerusalem, they ,
second section extends from the city for that reason was set just off the Hollywood plant will make a mar- on each pf his missionary journeys.At their ministry, and took I't.<_.
limits to the intersection of sixth state ket for Florida cattle that are too -
straight road to open' the cross John whose surname was
the time of our lesson he 'preached with, them '.
street just west of the court house. It has poor for beef.-Okeechobee, News. ,
highway as soon as possible. "
a year before going on a mission to Mark. ,
Sixth street is open only from the been used for about three years but Jerusalem, (as stated in v. 30 of our In the next lesson 'those three men \

state road to the county jail. The. there has been some complaint raised FEDERAL I'UDGET BALANCEDFOR lesson) but this by no means ended went out as Missionaries ,for Christ. .
first section has a gross length o.f because the bridge is not in a 20 SUCCESSIVE MONTH

5.049 miles or a net length after deducting straight line with the rest of the 1NNNNNNM

the 171.76 feet of bridgesof road. i :
5.016 miles. The completed pave- Washington-The Federal Treasury ",": :":": : :.: :..:";.: ;..:.:..:": : ;.:..:": , :..: ;.:":MNN, ;.:.:..: :.;NN.1N, : : :":.-.l. J
In some quarters the inconveni-
ment will be 22* feet in width with operated on a balanced Budgetin X X
nce of having to make the two September for the second succes-
a crown of two and threequartersinches.
A double base course of Ocala slight turns ,is considered negligible.and sive month. Figures show receipts of How Should Milk Be Cared For ::
limestone, will be laid 8 1-2 inches a majority of people here are $320,999,000 and ordinary 'expendi- :: .,
more anxious to have state road 67 tures of $247,662,000. Including .. .t.
thick. .t. '
between road 25 and Moore Haven .t. .
expenditures'
Mr. Riviere states that the first emergency totaling
completed than to have work doneon $81,124,000 for the The Patron?
work which will be done by the con- recovery pro- By : :
thebridge..
gram, the deficit for the month of
tractors will be the, in .
filling 9f s ..
The outcome of the complaint will September was 7807000. For the ..
places on the grade which have been .t.x '
not be known until next week.. first 3 months of the fiscal the
year
blown
washed out and been out by I' ? .
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wind. Most of this embankment is deficit stands at $237,493,000; as t Answer: As soon as possible after delivery wash .:. :

on the first two miles out of Moore I TEN CO3DMNDMENTS against $682,317,000 for the corresponding :% the outside of the bottle with clean cold water-no soap. -i.i:
TO GUIDE HUNTERS Y.t.
last
Haven ;and a borrow pit will be made period year. :i.: Put the bottles into the refriftator and leave them until .t. .

about a quarter of a mile west of _:: ready ,to servo the milk. Never:empty milk out of bottles :;:. -
(Continued from 1) SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON '.',
page '
the 'city limits to get the marl and :x: until ready to be used; the bottle is sterile and is the :X: I

sand for this :work. Some delay was: State Conservation Commissioner :+;: ,best container, because milk absorbs odors when ex- :;: .,:; l
caused by failure of the county to George W. Davis has recommendedto (Continued from page 3) .i;. posed. .;. ,iy:
secure the property for this borrow Florida sportsmen the observanceof the Roman governor resided. The X
:X:
pit promptly due to a question of, the "ten commandments" recently population was mostly Syrian, butt t. .%. '-, '
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title but it is that this will the national the of .t. .. i'
thought adopted by game auhorities. was capital Syria, and there

be only a minor hold-up.: Because of They are: the language and sulture were prin-I :: How Should the Bottle Be Treated? .

the fact that several thousand yardsof 1. Take your birds in 'a 'sp rts- cipally Greek. The city had a large f YY

dirt must be moved before actual I manlike way and avoid excesses. library and a school of philosphy. It I Y YY

road construction starts it will be 2. Select your birds and refrain contained many Jews, who had t. j

some time before the laying of limestone from destructive, flock (shooting. thered around their synagogs nu-I, *_ Answer ;Wash as soon as empty. Dirty bottles, and :;.:

begins. ,3. Refrain from shooting at birds merous Greek proselytes. _Here as :;:: much labor for the dairymen. Return as (quickly as pos :;: .

Officials of the construction com- beyond reasonable range. elsewhere, at first the gospel. was their for :i:
::: sible because' the keeping: df bottles and, use
pany who arrived in town this week 4. Never shoot at birds on the preached to the Jews only; t'' ,
: thng other than'milk; cause much worry and expense :: '
and are at work unloading machinery water unless badly crippled. "And some of them were men of ::: any :: I

and making plans for starting 5. Retrieve your down birds and Cyprus and Cyrene, which, when ::: to jour Dairyman.CLEWISTON \ 'y:i: : ,

work as soon as possible are Chas M. avoid all. possible waste. they were come to Antioch, spake ;;. .;.

Nolan, superintendent; R. ,M. Stid- 6. Do not patronize commercial unto the Grecians, preaching theLord \

ham, Jr., and J. R. Beasley, foreman; shooting stands where abuses are Jesus. And the hand of the :
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and R. M. McLain, bookkeeper. Mr. racticed Lord was with them; and a great I

Nolen states that the company ex- 7. If you feed birds during the number believed, and turned unto
pects to Glades labor the Lord. Then tidings of these DAIRY COMPANY f :
use County en- season, continue it as long as feed isbenefici i !
tirely if suitable for the work to be 1. things came unto the ears of the "

done. church which was in Jerusalem: and
8. Do your part to restore breeding -

grounds and maintain refuges. they sent forth Barnabas, that he :i: ,DRINK MILK FOR HEALTH J:.i: j
Our domestic turkeys of today are should go as far as Antioch. Who, :.
9. Be a sportsman-obey the law : r I
not descendants of the wild turkeys when he came, and had seen the x i -f '.. ::i
and insist that others do likewise. ,:!: ,: :
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which graced the tables of the -Pil- 10. Swat the crow and other predators grace of God, was glad,' and exhorted ::.................................................................................................................................0................................................................... "';\
grims. Sixteenth century Spanish explorers them all, that with purpose of heart .
that prey on game. i3
found' the ancestors of our

tame turkey in zoological gardenin CROPS VALUED AT $05,924,558The

Montezuma, Mexico, and took a

few of the birds back to Spain,
: State Marketing Bureau esti-
whence they spread to England and mates the value of citrus fruits and .
eventually back to America. LET .V .> .
vegetables 1932-33 season harvested at $65,924,558.during the us YOUR CAR- .

Polk County, the report stated,
.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":":":":":":":'.:":":":"r:' led the state in carlot shipments of ,

citrus, Palm Beach County in vegetable -: ;

I carlot movements, and Hills- I !;!

Good FarmLand borough County in non-citrus fruits \,
mainly strawberries.The .

gross value of oranges, \grapefruit -
jiiI
1 and tangerines of the season's

harvest was paced by the bureau at .
$36,877,896 for the 28,409,630 box-

for Rent es.
Net value of the crop was fixed at
i
iI I $562,466, or about two cents a box
return to the grower. The gross returns We'll wipe your windshield.By keeping We'll check your radiator and fill ,
s
Y a clean windshield you'll avoid the Y it. Keep your radiator full at all
includes costs of marketing, dangers of glaring lights at night times and avoid the dangers of L-
it'll make your driving a lot safer overheating. .
and
production, selling transporta- ;
.

tion.The total harvest of vegetables,

watermelons and "other non-citrus

Trespassers products was equivalent to 54,654 '
!TP&
carloads, with an estimated gross

Will Be valuation of $29,046,692.The .

I estimates were made by ; ,
ProsecutedThe Frank A. Scruggs market news.
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cialist of the state bureau.


SUGARING OF SYHUPPHBVEXTED: ;

i BY USE t ,
j ij OF YEAST EXTRACT We'll check your tires and inflate them We'll check your oil and report its Z;
, to the proper pressure.By keeping your condition to you. Keep your crankcase ,
, I Y tires always properly inflated you'll Y filled with any of Gulf's good ; .v ,x .I ..1'_
I Experiments by the United States lengthen their life as much as 20%. motor oils and your car will run '
! j Department of Agriculture have better and last longer --r'- .

shown that the addition of invertaseto i

,' I+ i ClewistonCompany sugarcane sirup will prevent crys-:: I RIVE IN TODAY. GULF-LUBE 28'2MORE %

talization, and give a sirup of good MILEAGE '

quality at the same time. Other me- .

thods, such as grinding some green s
I DISTRIBUTOR :
tops with the cane, using an acid, or s

I letting some of the juice sour? are THAT GOOD GULF GAS !
<'. I That Good Gasoline
objectionable, principally because j Gulf i t'
,.:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.., they give a sirup of inferior quality. { :: NOW LUBRICATED

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