The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 20, 1933
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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The scouts had meet-
boy a short
fish hatchery at Chancey Bay,
17 miles north of Canal Point once P.T.A.'sAn ing Monday night and afterwards a FOR DIKE SECTION
REQUESTS treasure hunt leading to the Pointon
;0.SERVICE known as the "John W. Martin Fish

I Hatchery," has been abandoned by the lak efront.

the State of Florida and the equIp- The boy's were divided into 4 NEAR CLEWISTONContracts
ALL TO COOPERATEA offer from Bill Dougherty,
: ment is being moved to Welatkeeand patrols. Each patrol using cues! by
West Palm Beach orchestra leader,
consolidated with that larger pacing. Owen Winn's patrol was the
to for the Parent-Teachers'
plant. Chancey Bay Is an arm of i first to the point. Mir King, Robert were -officially signed
here Hallowe'enwithout
Okeechobee and is in the wes- Mitchell and James Wyn being there
call is issued to employerof Lake '
every charge was received by Mrs. 13. A. yesterday giving the two sections of
tern part of Martin county on the with a pot of cocoa, marshmlalows
labor in this county requestinghim Bourne, president of the association made i levee near Clewiston to the McWil-
known Mr. King
state highway formerly as and pretzels. While
to use local labor and to do his Conners highway. yesterady afternoon. This offer was the cocoa over an open fire James Hams Dredging company and "the

share toward relieving the national Engine' and pump and some of the accepted.In Wynn and Robert Mitchell took Arundel corporation. The price set

unemployment. The call is sent out pipe were loaded on a state truck telephone conversation with those that wished for a short swim. in the contract was not availablethis

by the Hendry County National re- Saturday to go to Welatkee and those sponsoring the gala affair to be The next meeting will be an ad- 4

employment service through W. P. other equipment was removed this staged by the Parent-Teacher association vancement meeting.-Reporter. morning.The
Arledge, of the LaBelle of- McWilliams company has the
manager week. This pumping plant was in- Mr. Dougherty gave his
fice and by R. B. Waldron, managerof five miles from Clewiston to Bare
tended to pull water from the lake apologies for the poor showing madeat
the Clewiston office of the ser- FIRST CAR BEANS Beach; and the Arundel corpora
to a lagoon on the east side of the the Legion dance here last week,
I tion has the five miles unit
vice. highway.-Everglades News. and expressed the hope that his offer from

In an outline of the work, Mr. Ar- would be accepted, "so he could ROLLS WEDNESDAY Bare Beach to Miami Locks. Con.

ledge writes the News: "Our first get back in the good' graces of Clew- tract has previously been given to

duty was to register every'unemployed SUSPECT ARRESTED iston people." Mr. Dougherty was ill the Atlantic Dredging company (Me-
solid of winter string Kenzie brothers) for the unit between
person in the area of Hendry and could not be present at the Leg- The first car
beans to 'be shipped from Clewistonthis the East end of the McWil
county; getting a complete historyof FOR AUTO THEFTP ion dance.
each case as to kind of work season, was loaded here Wed- liams' completed section and Clewig-
His offer to play without cost for
/ qualified for, ability to do the work nesday by W. H. Vann and Chastain, ton.
the P. T. A. benefit dance was madet
th. character of applicant, full reference officers in DeFuniak brokers, who had purchased them The McWilliams company, who
!J o show his appreciation for the
; ps to his past work, etc. We have Springs reported Saturday that a patronage he has received in ,Clew- from Crickett Cross. completed the first section of the

practically completed the registration Ford sedan answering the descrip- iston and to "show the people that The beans were grown in Section Lake Okeechobee levee project, have

now with two offices working in tion of the one stolen from the 29 in Palm Beach county at Bare equipment on the field and are expected -
he still has good band.
a cracking
the county, one in LaBelle and an- Glades Auto Sales company here Beach. They will be followed shortly to begin work at once on their
He will bring his Number One or- from
other in your city." September '24th had ,been ,wreckedand chestra. by other car movements contract. J. G. Schmidt, superintendent -

'With that job done" Mr. Ar- abandoned near that place. A Clewiston. will have charge of the McWil
The dance will at
begin promptly
!ledge adds, "Our next job,is to make comparison of'motor numbers proved The first car of the season was liams unit. The Arundel corporationwill
nine o'clock at the Clewiston Inn,
every effort possible to get these unemployed the identity of the machine.A shipped from Belle Glade Monday. It begin work within 10 days.,

work of some sort. To do few days after the finding of and will end at one. was bought by M. H. Crouch, of When the contracts were first,

this we are requested by the Depart- the missing automobile, Austin Bush, By the acceptance of the gracious Clewiston at a: price of $1.70. per I opened, the individual coAtractors'figures

ment (of Labor) in Washington to formerly employed at Bakers Ser- offer of Mr. Dougherty the entire hamper and immediately sent to were considerably higher
,proceeds of the dance will to ,the the commission house
go New York to
contact USER OF
vice Station was located in Mariannaand than the government estimates, and .

in our, county, bringing to his attention was arrested on suspision. Bush Parent-Teachers fund. Mr. Crouch represents. It was thought that the government

this feature of the program, left Clewiston the week end the car Reliable estimates place the pro- would construct the levee However

and endeavor to get him to work and $104 was stolen from the Service bable shipments of beans from Clew- adjusting figures were made which

with us to that end., Even at this Station for which he worked. Markham Replaces iston and Lake Harbor at 750 cars placed the individual figures within

time we are in position to furnish up- Sheriff H. L., Delaney left yester- Brown As Chief of this season movement., ''a vast increase over lastseason's (the 25 percent range and the con.
on short notice almost kind of
any day for Marianna to bring Bush tracts were given the individual
workmen that may be required, from back for Affidavits companies.
,questioning. setting -
the highest skilled to the ordinary Army EngineersWashington MAKES IMPROVEMENTTo
out the details of the theft!: were r
laboring' class, both white and col-
filed with County Judge H. A. Rim
ored. And we earnestly beg the co- provide more parking' space ir
der this week by W. A., Davis, manager Oct '18 President EQUIPPED
operation of all employers in solving front of her business. Mrs. F. J.
for the Service station and by J. Roosevelt today appointed Col. Ed-
their labor needs. If we can get this Stokes, proprietor of the Sugarlanc+
S. Adkins, representing the Glades M. Markham chief .of ,
as army
cooperation we feel that we can soon Cafe, has filled in a section of the DIAMOND BALL
Auto Sales company. Trial probably to succeed Maj. Gen. Lytle
begin to: show,; results that will be of engineers I curb in front of the Hopkins build-
will be held early next week.INTERCITY Brown whose tour of duty expired
real benefit to our community, and ing. Mrs. Stokes plans to beautify;

start the reduction of our EmergencyRelief September? 30.Markham her- place--by planting a flower garden COURT IS READY '

case load." GOLF will have the rank of on the East side of the building.

So far there have been nearly 200 major geneial. Brown was appointed :facing the highway.

gistered with the Service of Hen- by ,Former President Hoover, who at Six teams are organized, and readyto

.,... X/; p'dry county, covring many of the MATCH SLATED fhe time announced that he hoped take the field when the Kiwanis.
tII skilled tradesmen of the kind to be Brown would remain at the post for LADIES BALL GAME Field is officially opened here the

used on jobs developing in the lake long term planning of river and har- last of this month. Lighting arrangements

FOR OCTOBER 29 bor construction"rorlt.. have been completed and aftera

area.The manager of the Clewiston office Markham is a native of Troy New SCHEDULED HEREIN trial practice. it was found that

Mr. Waldron, said 'the impression : York. He is 56 years old and was everything was in perfect order.
Twenty players representing the from West Point in 1303!):)
graduated ,
had been left that the registration P.-T.ABENEFI1 The committee of the Kiwanis
Fort Myers Golf and Country Club
was only for government jobs. when he was commissioned second club responsible for,the field accepted
will meet a similar number of Clew, and his
lt began
l. ieutenant engineers
extended their
"This is erronious, he said as we the lighting and
iston golfers on the Clewiston course at St. Augustine
are here to help the laboring man engineering duty ; thanks to the McDonald Electriq
Sunday October 29 in an intercitygolf ; Fla. Markham attended the engi- When Clewiston'ladies get together -
get a job, any, job whether it be comapny of West Palm Beach, from
t match, it was announced by Teer's school at Willet's Point, New for a worthy cause, they will gc
with the government or a private in- whom the equipment was purchased,
Lloyd Sparrow, Clewiston pro, and York in 1900 and served in the. Philippines any length to make it a sucess. This
t who
dividual. But we can not place persons and to J. C. Moody of Riviera
Keith Hartsfield, representing the Cuba. fact is bourne out in the announce
i who do not register with the of- and personally had charge of the instala.
Fort Myers club. Two weeks after ment that a picked team of Clewis
fice." Since 1929, Colonel Markham has tion. Under provisions of the agreement
r' the match here the Clewiston players ton ladies will meet the high schoo
'r The Clewiston office is located in served as division engineer of the the club was to try out the.
will meet the Fort Myers club in Ft. Lak"es faculty in an exihibition diamond
station at
Great division with field before payment was made,
t the Alston building formerly occupied I
Atyers in a return engagement. game here Sunday afternoon.
He will have chargeof
: by the drug store, and is open 1 Contrary to the first Impression, Cleveland, Ohio. approvedby During the past week both teams; The teams now organized are: The
b Thursday: Friday and Saturday of engineering after Kiwanis Club, the Sugar company,
this match is not a match betweenthe for the public works have been engaged in regular
each week from nine until five. The Kiwanis: clubs of the two cities, administration.the army noon practices, learning the rule: the Fire department ,the U. S. Engineers .

office manager specically requests but will be played by the members of of, the game, and getting used tc the High School, and the
already having jobs not toe team feels Clewiston Motor company. Plans are,
5usons the golf clubs of the two towns. For running the bases. Each
;:: ... gister Palm Beach Team opportunity tc under way for at least one woman's
some time the Fort Myers club has it will be given ample
s been wishing to issue such a chal- circle the bases for large scores. team, and possibly two will be qr

lenge and at the last meeting of the Wins Bridge MatchEight Among those loyal members oi: ganized in the near future.

CONSTRUCTION ON players in ,Fort Myers a formal chal- the P. T. A. who will play in the At a meeting of team managers

\ lenge was made and Keith, Harts- exibition game are: Mrs. Claude Monday night, H. A. Bestor:was elected -.

I field was appointed to deliver the Clewiston contract bridge Downs, who has been placed in the president of a board of commissioners

67 IS STARTED challenge in person to the Clewiston players, who accepted a challenge catchers position; Mrs. W. W who will have authority overplaying

\pro. This was done Monday and Interest from West Palm Beach Bridge League Hooks, pitcher; Mrs. E. L. Stewart;; rules, eligibility of players,

MONDAY NOON in the pending match began to for a four team match here Sat- Mrs. Grover Poole; Mrs. W. C. Owen; and general supervision of game!

y simmer. urday night, won ten of the 32 Mrs. W. A. Davis; Mrs. J. E. Beards- played on the field. Other membersof

) Lloyd Sparrow, local pro, and one boards of duplicate bridge and lost ley; Mrs. Barney Thomas; Mrs. Leah the commission elected are: Dave

Moore Haven Democrat of Clewlatrfn'R! !' heat' amateurswill_________ .._n the remaining 22 to the West Palm Spicer; Mrs. Carl Berner; Mrs. C. W. Alston, Tom Shelley, M. W. Bigg

pair against Terry Dolson and one of Beach players. McDonald; Mrs. H. A. Bestor; Mrs.J. and Earle Fontaine, who will work

y The preliminary work of rebuildingthe I Fort Myers' leading amatuers for A return match will be played in P. Percy; Mrs. Tom Shelley; Mrs with Mr. Bestor in supervising; play,
down the erosionof
grade worn by
the number One foursome. Nine West Palm Beach at an early date F. R. Maxwell; Mrs. R. C. Nowling; Each team will be permitted a
wind and water in preparation for
other foursomes will be arranged. between the two groups of players. Mrs. A. O. Ward; Mrs. I. M. Paf- roster of 20 men from which, to select
surfacing was begun Monday after-
"All Clewiston golfers are urged to The Clewiston Inn was the scene ford; Miss Marion Leydig, Mrs their players.: New players must
noon by the John E. Ballenger Construction -
Company. A borrow pit get their old clubs sharpened up," of the match, and only a limited Harry Vaughn and Mrs. Walter appear on the field in uniform for

was secured last week just north of Mr. Sparrow said, "and prepare for number of spectators were on hand Vaughn. two consecutive games next proceed

ti the road about quarter of a mile our challenge as two weeks later we to see the home teams go down in The teachers will use Mrs. Ar- ing[ any game in which they are to

west of the city limits and workmen will give them a return match." defeat before the more experienced thur Lawrence Miss Marcia Avant. :play. This provision was incorporatedin

were busy the latter part of las' The local course is in excellent duplicate match players from the and Miss ,Mary Kline to make up the ground rules to prevent "ring

week stripping the two and a half shape and it Is hoped that the Fort coast. Experience showed itself in the their ten players.An ers".

feet of muck from the sand at this Myers players will be given a real style of play exhibited by the Palm admission charge of ten and Persons who have been playing Jn

pit. Clewiston welcome. Beach players as they took advant- 25 cents will be made. The proceedsof organized baseball, because of their

age of every opportunity to add a the game will go to the P .T. A. advantage are classed as Class "A"
The big Mack trucks owned by A.
THKEE CHALLENGES. ISSUED few point scores to the boards. general treasury to be used for wor- diamond ball players. Each team will
J. Hardy and hauling from two to I
in Clewiston. be limited to four Class MA" playersin
Those representing West Palm thy causes
.live yards each are being used todft'iul
the dirt from the.borrow pit to Three challenges were recordedthis Beach were: Mrs. Daniel Downey J. I order that every team will have

the road. Due to the heavy sand on week by golfers entered- in the Roy Duggan, Ira Dunkle, Dr. and LAKE: HARBOR OFFICE OPENED equal chances to win. Nightly practices next-

the grade progress of the trucks is challenge tournament. Emmett Mrs. Lytle, Mrs. Jack Baker, Arthur on the field will begin

,necessarily slow but. Wednesday Shelley challenged C. V. Parkinsonfor Hill, and Turner Wallis, Jr. 'Clewiston Marking the opening of the vegetable week. ,

afternoon several hundred yards of his place on the list; W. M. Re- players were Mrs. C. L. Downs, season in the South Lake area, -- g

the grade had been put in shape. delsheimer issued a challenge to W. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer the Lake Harbor office of the A. C. BLIND BOGY TIED

fi H. McCracken and L. 'C. Rosenberg Mr. L. railroad was opened Wednesday' ,
Work was started at the bridge just ; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsely,
west of the courthouse and is progressIng challenged the position of W. C. Pre.. and Mrs. W. C. Owen, and W.: C. Pre- as a sub-office of the Clewiston Tom Shelley and Paul Deam, each
V. McClenland for- net 83's, tied for the blind
f toward the city limits. The witt. witt agency. Ernest with

heaviest part of the work to be done, Others will be Issued this weekend merly clerk-telegrapher here, was bogey contest at the Clewiston golf
Sheriff J. J. Wiggins of Moore Haven sent down from the division office to course Sunday. Ten other player
according to the engineers, !is. bus{, ( as the tournament: gets underway ,
? Test Q( the city Hn1.1 5. was here on, business Saturday. handle, the work at. Lake, Harbor: were entered in the event,

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The Clewiston News trade and manufacture appeared to flees of shop and factory. The codes,.

BY have one or more of these associa- by lifting costs and prices, have-

Published every Friday in Clewiston, TOO LATE TO tions. At least, it was boasted, frightened buyers and wilted retail

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, CLASSIFY RUSSELL KAYjust American business was organizedfor sales. The business wolves of an-

Inc. partnerships of its own. On this older day, whose philosophy of pelf- "

roster ready to hand NRA leaned and ,profit NRA was primarily setup I

Entered as second class matter heavily. Here was a handle by which to abolish, are herding to have '.': -, :
1 1927 the Office And now comes a bulletin from the ain't takin1 no chances. business could be and hauled '
February at Post I grasped it oat of their way. NRA has enemies
at Clewiston, Florida, under the Act Game Association informing us thatn Then as long as he can bluff there as a whole into the new and still more deadly; fanatic optimistswho
plan is under to provide sports poor fish off his playhouse and keep
.of March 3, 1897.A way greater partnership. By this simple batten fast to any good thing
men with bigger and better fish 'em out in the open it means there'll means a vast world of detail could and make it look silly. ,

i Accordin' to the best authorities, be plenty, of nourishment for his be handled with skill
newspaper devoted'to tho best ready-made All in all, in not many weeks NRA"will : ,' .:
natural enemies they'll be so busyfeedin' ,
it seems that a fish must have foodif experience.The '
Interests of Hendry county Florida. have terrible
gone through a -i. :,.,1
the small won'tthink
on fry they
It's leading newspaper. he ever expects to amount to any- accuracy of this list preparedby test of fire. And the country itself '
thing, and the reason we have more about bothcrin' a tough old ,f ."'. i
Mr. Hoover was taken for granted. will go through a worse one. Its ,'

Subscription rate, per year.$2.00 little fish than big ones is becausethe bird like him. In feverish haste to get going people need to brace themselves for "j
So the Game Association is fixin'to
little fish ain't been gettin' an NRA seized upon it at face value- it and the sensible thing it throw :.
Outside'of State of Florida2.50 set us a sort of an NRA programto .
even break. and found it a myth, a mirage. These out the warning. Unless they are ..
try and straighten'out this mess
I The ,government has been raisin' trade associations had truly enough willing to ,take NRA, not as present .' i
in the fish world. They have discovered I
Business Office ''Clewiston News, millions of young fish and stockin'our existed.-once, in good times. Hard accomplishment coming winter may '; ;
that the big fish are the ones "
Clewiston, Florida.. Editorial and lakes with 'em, but very few ever times had left half of them skeltons. bring on a dangerous psychological "J
that get plenty to cat and experi-
Advertising, same. graduate from their schools and set The list itself was a skeleton. Someof sag. '
ments have shown that most of the '
up in business for themselves.A the tougher bodies had weatheredthe
The story of the drive
little fish could be big fish too if recovery .
lot of fishermen have been financial famine. Many were far is it is ,
"The us had equal I so magnificent. But not
greatest unemployment unitsin they just an opportunity.So
wonderln' about that for but vestigial, if even that. In ,eight Two and mil- '
the world," says Dr. Margaret years, instead of simply just stockin'our recovery. a quarter ? j
and research has dis- weeks, or days, NRA had either to lion idle /:
Wylie of Cornell University, "are the now science lakes in the future and leavin' of the back to work is

unemployed brain cells. Every wom- closed the fact that this businessof the fingerlins' to shift for them- reconstruct Mr. Hoover"s eight yearsof tremendous, inspiring. But it only "
beiu' a fish is just about as tougha labor, or tug on without it, chips at the problem of
an needs to find some hobby to keep selves, we will also see to it that reemploy,1
proposition as some of us find the No one will ever accuse the NRA ment. For all these commissions 'j
alive her creative and self develop- there is enough food available to '
problem of playin' the role of a administration of 'stinting a second many are to be praised, for all the A
ment activity.-What is yours? give all, the fish, big and little an .
of its time of its
or an ounce energy. .
human being. even break. We'll fix up some private no 'person Is to blame.
No one can belittle the wonders it '
WATCH FOR BOGUS MONEY Every lake has certain spots dinni' rooms along the bank where One thing alone has been lacking
I bras accomplished, or the courageit j
which the itself and
where food is plentiful and easy to the little' fellows can come in and country can !
showed when that was our direst
Elbert L. Stewart, cashier of the get while the balance of the terri- eat and not be molested. Then when must supply. That is time. .
need.. It swelled its personel from the "
First Bank of Clewiston calls atten- tory is poor pickin', but when the they reach the age of reason and At that the time required may be .j
estimated 160 to well over 1,000
tion to the fact that there are a few little. fish try to muscle in on the I consent we'll turn 'em into the big shorter than the maze of present difficulties 1
workers. It scorned its own codes in
counterfeit ten and twenty dollar good feedin' ground they always !lake and they won't have anythingto appears to call for. Two ;.' J
the matter of hours. But not even
bills being circulated in South Flor- find that some big fish got there i worry about but the sportsman. and years, or three, with enlightened ,, "
General Johnson is an army,
ida.One was intercepted at the bank ahead of 'em and has the place all Of course a better plan would pro- youth coming on, may be enough. V \"
time cannot be stretched. The days "' "
here Monday afternoon asa local. plastered with "Private" .and "Keep I bably be to hit some of the big fish are but 24 hours long, and not the But if that is not cheerfully forthcoming ,,;t 1''

merchant was making a deposit. The I.Off" signs.If I over the head with a club and teach most brilliant and dogged leadership a suffering country may suf- ,
merchant he knows from whom'he. '' their own fer still more. It is not hyperbole !
says any of the little fish are so boldas 'em to pick on somebody could pack into them more than so ,
received the bill and noticed its ,to disregard the signs and "try. size, but it seems the Game, Associa- much. to predict that its destiny for the 'I

peculiar feel when he changed it for easin' up to the gravy bowl-Zowie, ; tion ain't had any better luck with next ten years may hinge this winter )

its owner. The bank, according to slam, biff: !Mr. big fish swirls over that plan ,than we humans have. So it is not alone the magnitudeof on two forces and the faith they re'J:

law, confiscated the bogus bill and and knocks 'em for a loop. The little fish have kept right onstarvin' the job but time, that is lamingthe tain in each ,other-the people and '
'sent it ,with, full details to Washington. Then all the gars, gators'and tur- to death while about two recovery drive. For all the glareof the president of the United States. .'.;;
thrown the codes
publicity on ,
tles know that the little fish will be per cent of the population of the
only 1,000 have been submitted, ,,only
The bill which was taken out of hangin' 'round just outside the private lake have beam' controlin' all the POISONOUS.MUSHROOM: '

circulation Monday was a good imi- dinni' room so they hide behinda wealth and are so fat and well fed 30 approved-with more than 3,000' I I AIKUNDANT THIS SEASON '
others to
yet come.
tation of real, money but careful cypress stump or in front of the they don't pay any attention to the ; "
Winter also is with mil-
notice readily betrayed its character.The bank and when the little fellows artificial bait we been tryin' to catch coming, l
lions still out of work, still in dis Gainesville Fla.-A
federal bank note poisonous'Ymushroom
bill was a ser- come within' reach they gobble 'em I 'em with. .
1928 series "B". The likenessof tress-a distress perhaps to be made very similar to one thats .
ies of up. That's their Interest in life. There's plenty of food in the lakeIf
Alexander: Hamilton, whose face Of course there is more food there we can just find a way to distri- desperate by dashed hopes and a dan- '-C 'edible, is unusally common Im\ } "i

adorns all notes of this denomination than the big fish 'could eat in a life- bute it. So if we provide, a means so gerous disappointment. Some of Florida this season and has caused / ::
and issue, showed more readilyits fish into the bank these millions are fractions now. at least one death and number of -.;
time but, if he allowed all the little the little can get ;
inferior quality than did any of fish to come in and help themselvesthe and get theirs with the same ease Time, circumsta nee, impersonal other serious illnesses, reports Erd-/ ; ,.-)

the other defects. The bill looked as competition might force him to and comfort the big fish does every- things, are 'not the only mountain man West, mycologist with the FlorIda ,
it had been washed and that NRA must burrow from underin Experiment Station. ;
though get ,out and hustle himself so he thing will be jake.
similiar to the next few ,weeks. Forces -personal ,
ironed and had a feel The poisonous kind is known as
i which has been buried. It enough oppose it. The farmers, ,
money was Lepiota morgani, and it is closely related '"

the feel which attracted the bank THE TEST OF FAITH fcope, threaten to overwhelm the for one. to its edible relative, the para- "

cashier's attention when making up recovery 'drive. ,Nothing so far thought'' of has sol mushroom, Lepiota Pro_ era. Both '1

the deposit. Within the next 60 days the coun- This, for example. Hardly 'had Mr. wiped out the tragic disparity' be- species are large and'. conspicuousand

The printing' ,on the bill seemed try must brace itself for a shock. Roosevelt warmed the presidentialchair tween what the' farmer takes' for grow in grassy meadows and

faded, and the lettering "Hamilton" You may ask how on earth a nation than he proposed as a way out what he sells and pays for what he pastures. Both have'' a large movable :

beneath the picture did not show that has taken the raps of the past of the depression the putting of millions buys. NRA is not enough for him. ring or annulus above the middle of

clearly.Be four years can be shocked again. The of idle Americans back to Quite. apart from the written recovery -.the. stalk. The poisonous one, how- .

on the look-out for bogus mo- answer is simple. In the past four work and so to buying again. Gov- program he wants inflation ever has green or greenish gills'when & ;t:.

years the people of America have ernment and business, as partners, when inflation will but bloat all it is mature while the gills of the ? < i

ney.ROAD been> handed a shining hope of rising should boss the proceedings. The prices and leave the farmer where parasol mushroom remain white or hIN" _

67 AT LAST beyond reach of the raps. The shock nation' hurrahed. Business itself, he is, at the little, end ,of the horn. creamy. It is impossible to distin- ,t,

vill come of a probable chill to ,that sick devil that it was, turned monk.In Congress on its own accord will guish between young plants of the .

Glades county is rejoicing that hope, and the chief salvation left fact Mr. Roosevelt uncovered an soon be on NRA like a ton of 'bricks two species, the green color on the ,

actual road building equipment- is them will be that they shall not unexpected third partner-the only and will goad congress to get it- gills being the only reliable means ;

being novo in for the surfacing of abandon hope entirely.In one so far effectual-some 120 millions Snipers? are a tit from the back of- of Identifying the poisonous kind. .

that missing link on road 67 between 60 days more NRA will stand, of Americans' fired to religious --- ,

Moore Haven and Main's Corner. not as a failure, but as bogged down.I fervor by this blinding new hope of .....................................................................................,.........INNM.. .. .. ..MNN.. .. ............................................,..NN.. ..
And so comes the last chapter in under the mountainous task it tack-!soaring out of their miseries. R'............................................................................................................................................._

a. plucky community's fight to get led. From the president down every Without a second's delay the para-

an outlet through Highlands countyto force behind NRA has striven with phernalia to perform this miraclewas
the Tampa trade area that wouldbe might and main to perform a miracle set up. The presidential wand .... .+..+.

direct and in keeping with the that had to be done overnight. No was waved and the country waited +f :.+

excellence of roads in other parts of leadership on earth could have mastered with faith and ,with bated breath. :;::I;:: Speculation .J :;j::;:

the state. what it set out to accomplish But behind this moral miracle end- '

Much of this road. was built in -remodeling in 90 days the enormously less practical miracles had first to ** \ **

the Martin administration. None complicated mechanism of be wrought. Running the hundredsof Is Exciting ,
xx .
was paved in the Carlton term, despite the greatest of industrial nations. thousands of shops and factoriesof X Xf

constant promises. Only now This alone was enough, and NRA attempted our 126 millions turned out to

does the Sholtz road department take more-overnight snatching be something more than a revival .+..!. .++

action to complete the highway. its American industry from under a meeting. It proved itself atechnicaland :::
::::x: but aren't safety of principal and assured :i% '
finish will be of tremendous assis- mountain of the accumulated econo- administrative task of staggeringsize t1 i
+;+; return more important right now? +=4 ---,.
tance to the people around Moore mic blunders of 150 years. and complexity. Rushing into it, XX

Haven, as well as to Clewiston and Observers who know American NRA discovered instanter all the .:4 I If you are ready for real profit without .'t"ii. ...

I the vegetable and cattle areas on that business down to the ground and tough things concealed within Hand + 1" any breath-taking thrills (as most sensible += .f

side of the lake..-Miami brat! I have had inside looks at the strug- more. Its gaps and holes were :::::: 1: people are these days), you'll be interested ::::::
f. \ in the Building and Loan plan. It has ._..
gles of NRA have seen for weeks likewise discovered-some of themof :
:11:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N:":0';N N'.:..:N:NIN:N:11 M:..:N: 'is Have watched it fatal importance. ?::' been going along serenely for many years ';":' '
what coming. ::::::
now, paying patrons consistently high ::::::
with growing apprehension, with I I I When the great partnership was .;.+; returns, without doing any tricks with ++?

Bagasse sincere! grief. The pity of it is that.. set up, NRA dove into these hun- '":' J their money. ._.._.

no human thing is to blame-no dreds of trade associations fostered .yy... .':..y.

..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.+:..:..:..:..:..:..:;:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:. blunderer who might be removed when Mr. Hoover was secretary of :i;+;: As a matter. of fact, there have been fewer .+= f s ,*
and placed. Events, circumstances, I Commerce. He or his aides had madea =:s. actual losses under this plan than under :':::
This business of waiting on .customers but of ''list +f any other financiatplan in the world. That :;:+
things imponderable gigantic proud of them. Every line of
has its lighter side as well as : covers a lot of territory but it's the truth. .j...
its hard tasks with customers hardto :XX.:: s3 XX

please. As a sample of the fun ++s Even the late, unlamented depression, ff .
; ; which left many other established financial ...... ,
clerks have the clerk in
Clewiston I :;::;: institutions in such bad order, failed ::.:: ,;
Supply relates .. .
a customer askingfor = 'i ".
to hurt the reputation of the Building f.:.
"appoleptic underwear" and an- Notice :o::: and Loan. ':":' .
Regarding Scrip CertificatesREORGANIZATION
other who wanted a "suggestible" ++ X {

cap..And we used to flunk yy ,, .
Amos 'n Andy had created some of OF ':":' .;..:. ',>, .,.
::::: : -
the false pronunciations. But still v We Can :=:):
I {of Help You to ...:.
the man who insists on an "atomiz The Southern Sugar Company i 's"s' P" .S...

ed" statement of his account takes 's"s''s":' Own Your Own Borne +..+.
the cake. yy 'i t
The Scrip Certificates, heretofore issued under the Plan, dated
April 1, 1931, in bearer form, representing fractional interests in
j. Alfalfa Bill Murray, stormy pub- any securities deliverable under the Plan, become void at 3:00P. U! ii s
Clewiston i
licity-seeking governor of Oklahoma, M. on October 1, 1933. Home

again crashes into the news by saying The undersigned as Reorganization Manager and as Associate : .

"It (grapefruit) is a tropical Reorganization Manager respectively, under said Plan, hereby

fruit and ought not to be eaten In notify the holders of such Scrip Certificates that any securities

I winter. It will ruin your stomach." deliverable under the Plan will continue until Decemb r31,1933, n ii
to be delivered them in with BuildingAssociation
:' to upon-the surrender, accordance
: Seems like
a fellow by the name of the terms thereof, of such Scrip Certificates.
:', o Mayo got himself in a jamb by making yy .i += a
, "
I falfa a Bill's remark grapefruit about as statement tru as Al- REED & COMPANY, BITTING.i INCORPORATED, :!::_: Administration Building ::_:::5::
a Associate
II Reorganization Manager, Reorganization Manager, 'i.f
short time ago. Ho hum! Movie actresses 724 South Spring Street, 20 Exchange Place, .:........ FOR SAVINGClewiston ..i.f...
get married and divorced for Los Angeles, California. New York City. : : ['
++ Florida ::::::
publicity pOliticans
and some make yy

foolish statements for the Emma effect Dated: September 30, 1933. .t

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J. A. Riviere, state road engineer, complish In opening "a door of faith Federal Bureau of Plant Quarantine

spent the week end at his home in unbap fjool unto the Gentiles." So ended the Missionary -I and to prevent the introduction or
I Personal Mention I
: Jacksonville. tour which, as it was the spread of major bulb pests within

first and the model of all that followed the state.

GARDEN CLUB TO MEET Icon may justly be called the I The principal bulb growing areasIn

E. E. Kelly made a business trip greatest missionary journey ever the state are around Jacksonville,

f to Miami Thursday. The Clewiston Garden club will made. Paul will always be the out- I Doctor's Inlet, Green Cove Springs,

hold its next regular meeting noxt October 22, 1933. standing Bibical example of missionary Penney Farms, and Daytona Beach.

Miss Gertrude Balasok and K. S. Thursday afternoon at the home of SUBJECT: Paul in Asia Minor. enterprise. The revalatlon he experienced -

McMullen Visited friends in Arcadia Mrs. Leah Spicer. The meeting will GOLDEN TEXT: "And he said on the Damascus road was ATTORNEY NAMED

Sunday. be open to the public and all Interested unto them, Go ye Into all the world, never dimmed. He was always'' determined FOR COURT TERM

in gardens or flowers are invited to preach Christ.
and preach the gospel to every crea-

Mrs. W. M. ,Redelshelmer left to attend.ADVENTURINIG. .ture." Mark 16: 15." Fort Myers, Fla., Oct. 19-J. W.

4)) Thursday for a short visit; with her | LESSON TEXT: Acts 13: 1-5, Narcissus Growers Salisbury, state's attorney from West

mother, in Miami.C. FOR ALL OP US',13-15; 14: 19-23. Palm Beach, has been assigned by

i Topic Of Lesson: Missionary Gov. Dave Sholtz'to assist In- the,

W. Clarke of Tampa was among The announcement of AdmiralByrd's Work. Reap Huge HarvestGainesville Circuit court term here opening Nov.

out of town business men here yes- new venture into the Antarctic I ember 7 it learned
I was tonight from
wastes is stimulating In Now there were in the church that
terday.A. news a 87-1 Judge Walter D. Bell of Arcaida.
was at Antioch, certain prophets and were
world weary to the heart with drab 'I
716,000 narcissus bulbs harvested In'Judge Bell Is attorney for Angelo
teachers; and Barnabas and Simion
problems of trade and discordant
W. Mutty, Terraplane distributor relations money between, nations- that was called NIgar, and Lucius of Florida during the season just clos- D'Alessandro, who Is free on bond

of West Palm Beach, was hereon and people. Cyrene, and Nansen, which had been ed, according to reports from J. C. |I'for both bolita and perjury charges

business Monday. Goodwin, Inspector with the awaiting action by the grand ,jury.
And of great interest, too, is the brought up with Herod the tetrarch, nursery
State Plant Board. I Salisbury will have charge of con
and Saul. The teachers expounded
knowledge that Colonel Jacob
Mr. and Mrs. Ray McIntosh were
ducting investigations in which the
l pert has become one of the and explained the Scriptures as then Though the total production for
visitors in West Palm Beach Sun-, sponsorsof
present state's attorney M,
Bryd's Antarctic Expedition 11.i i written ,and the prophets exhorted the state, was considerably less than

day. I II For millions of us poor stay-at- the people to obey 'these ,teachings"as I last year, the average per grower was Strayhorn, might be disqualified,

I they minstered to the Lord, and 877,000 bulbs compared with 637- Judge Bell said. The appointment of
homes, with our noses on the grind-
Lawson Jones and Dr. G. E. Day,
a new state's attorney, who will serve
stone, Colonel Ruppert has helpedto fasted, the Holy Ghosts aid, sepa- 000 last year. There are 100 growers
of Tampa, spent the week end in here for the two weeks of
Barnabas and Saul for the I in the State
make it possible for us to follow rates me at present, the inspection -
West Palm Beach. the term, is a result of a petition
for two years the course of a roman- work whereunto I have called them. records show. '

\ tic dangerous and thrilling series of And when they had fasted and pray- 'I The decrease in total production quietly circulated here'and presentedto
J. S .Atkins and W. A. Davis
incidents and accomplishments to refresh -'' ed, and laid their hands on them, this year Mr. Goodwin attributed to the governor through Judge Bell
business, visitors in LaBelle
were our jaded spirits and take our they sent ,them away. So, they, being the decline in the market, lesseneed

Monday minds off our troubles. Bent forth by the Holy Ghost departed demand and the smaller growers Gross farm income in the United

In participating, in our behalf, in i! unto Seluecia ;and from their awakening to the fact that bulbs States will approximate 6,360,000-
R. B. Waldron was a visitor in
r the Byrd Expedition upon which Pre- they sailed to Cyprus. And when they must be grown in large quantitiesto 000 this year compared with $5-
business for the
+ LaBelle Monday on
143,000,000 in 1932 assuming a con
\ sident 'Roosevelt has already placed were at Salamis, they preached the make a profit on them.
... .. National Reemployment Service. tinued improved demand, for farm
., his benediction, Colonel Ruppert has word of God in the synagogues of Inspectior and certification of nar-

\ made it possible for himself and us the Jews: and they had also John to cissus bulbs is maintained by the products the remainder of this year
auditor for the I
G. Posey, traveling "- Plart according to a prelimary estimate by
their Minister. Board that shipments be
to live through exciting triumphs may
A. C. L railroad,' was here on busi-
I made the Bureau of Agricultural Econo
and perils of a grand adventure, bye i When the missionaries sailed for I from ,Florida in compliance
ness Monday.Mr. I mics. Most of the Increase In gross
proxy, through the world's greatest Cyprus, Barnabas took his cousin, with the narcissus quarantine of the I I
income is attributed to better pricesfor
and explorer and his intrepid men. One John Mark, along. The field of labor I
T. B. Shelley
and Mrs. [ crops, since prices of most ,typesof

Martin Guiersse were visitors in West of the country's most generous and was not far distant, as distance .......................-..........-..-......-......................-..............................1. livestock have averaged slightly)
beloved sportsmen, a bachelor, for-,would be reckened today. Indeed
Palm Beach Monday evening.
lower this year than last.
mer commander of a regiment, own- their ministry in Cyprus might be For Engraved

Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Mitchell returned er of the New York Yankees, and called Home Missionary work, for

Monday from a short vaca- withal, a highly successful and res-, Barnabas had lived on the Island Christmas Cardsand Ungrammatical but True

tion. pected business man, the genial; (Acts 4:36). Also the labors of the Epitaph In Radnorshire, Wales: .

brewer will 'share with us the Antarctic 'I missionaries there seem to have been "Him, as was, Is gone from" wet j !f

Claude T. Allen, commercial agent thrills which will come to us1 almost wholly among the Jews in Us, as Is, shall go to be.Boston ." '*

for the A. C. L/ railroad, of Lake over the radio waves, through the whose synagogues they preached.The TranscriptSomebody's "

Wales, was here on business Tues- public prints, and eventually through most notable incident was the Personal StationerySee

the movies. We thank you, Colonel! concersion of the Roman Proconsul,
day. I IE WatchingThere
There are more serious thoughts Sergius Paulus. When a renegadeJew

than mere romance and entertain- a sorcerer named Flymas, at- Is no one so obscure but
E Engineer C. Nelson, of that some one is modeling his Ilia
ment, however, behind Admiral tempted to prevent the proconsulfrom
sonville office of the U. S. Engineer, his pattern American MagazlQf
'is, spending several days in Clewis- Byrd's trip. A vast area, larger than accepting the gospel, he was Representing on ,

ton on business. Tie United States and Mexico com-_ stricken blind; and this fact helpedall Wallace Brown New York Eleven Presidents

bined, half a million square miles the more to confirm the,faith of Eleven of the Presidents of the !!

still in the Ice Age, has never been this eminant Roman. ,
United States have been of Scotch
from Keith his Hartsfield home in Fort arrived. 'Myers.this week He is seen by human eye. Is it land, ice, j I The Island of Cyprus is one' hun- .:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:-:N:N N:N N:N:N:N:N N:N N:N:N:N:N:. I cestry.-Brooklyn En$tl p.. an

water, plains, mountains or what? dred and ten miles long from Eastto
stationed here as an inspector
Is it good for anything? Does it offer West and from thirty to sixty
the U. S. Engineers.
oil, coal, gems-or gold? What,miles broad, having an area. of

effect does it have on the world's about 3,584 square, miles, ,being not
George W. Sparks, ,of Jacksonville -
climates? Some of these questionsand quite half as large as Massachusettes. Exclusive Agency
spent several days this '
thousands of others will be: Christianity 'already had a foothold -
here on business., He was a guest ;'
answered ,by Byrd and his scientists in Cyprus (Acts 11: 19), and for
at the Clewiston Inn.
Ij on this marvelously equipped enter-II men of Cyprus helped to start the

church in Antioch (Acts 11: 20). Whitman'sand
Mrs: M. H. Crouch, Mrs. Barney prise.Whether .
the long journey produces Now when Paul and his company
Thomas, Mrs. Hansel McDuffie and ,
anything'' of scientific or commercial loosed from Paphas, they came to
Mrs. I. M. Pafford were visitors in )
value or not, the man in the \ Perga in Pamphylia; and John departing -
West Palm Beach Tuesday.
street, ,the woman In ,her kitchen or from them, returned to Hollingsworth'sFine

living room, and Colonel .Ruppert in Jerusalem." About this time Saul
R. L. Murray left this week for
his office will get a real psychological gan to be called Paul probably be-I
LaBelle, where he has accepted a Candies
kick out of the' doings of seventy cause he became definitely an
position with the LaBelle Motor .
fearless men in the stark' Antarctic. stle to the Gentiles. Though beforeit
company as salesman for Ford cars.
And' that's something of real worth, had been "Barnabas and ,Paul", it

these days.-Industrial News. is now "Paul and Barnabas" or Paul CLEWISTON DRUG COMPANY
Mrs. A. A. Munroe, Mrs., C. F.
and his company", as here." And
Goodman, Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Miss .
Mignoune St. Martin, and Mrs. Roy AN EXTERIOR VIEWPOINT"A came to Perga in Pamphylia." Perga "We appreciate your business"Phone

Green were visitors in Miami Tues crocodile is harmless as longas was a low-lying, unhealthy region,

day. he ,is occupied," says an African plagued with malaria, and ,it would 345

explorer. Still, we shan't take and seem that. Paul fell a victim to this

chances on being the occupant.- disease.
C. F. Goodman, manager for Wells
"And when they departed from
Atlanta Journal.A .
and Royal Lumber company, attended -
Perga, they come to Antioch in Pis-
: a meeting of lumber dealers in
; idia, and went into the on

f : West noon. Palm Beach Wednesday after- on the little lawn Italian about rye the grass middle sown of the Sabbath day, and sat synagogus down. And ..........._...................................................... .........................._................................._......................................_.. ..II.

after the reading of the Law, and
October will provide nice green
the prophets, the rulers of the 'f, '
Count Harvey returned to his duties lawn all winter
synagogus sent unto them saying,
with the TT. !R.: Engineer Monday:
; r"fo .r- ;th'fr h'- Ye men and brethren, if ye have any
ri t which I
i'' word of exhortation for the people, I
""t' France.he spent visiting his family in r say on." ir CLEWISTON GOLF

Clewiston Drug Co. At Antioch Paul proceeded to

[, Charles Senour, assistant engineer preach a sermon similar to Peter's ? fy

and L. Tippetts, of the Jackson All sermon on the day of Penticost. .. COURSE .,,, .iy' ..
ville office spent two days this week PresriptionsFILLED The Gentiles in the synagogus,
'( .. ,-
!- checking data for the district en- BY "besought that these words might be ::!: I ).:: \ :

preached to them the next Sabbath. :.
gineer. .
.s" I d'
r Registered Druggist -And there came hither certain :: I :

Jews from Antioch and Iconium
[ George T. Augur former Clewis- y ..
Prescriptions called for who persuaded the people, and hav- y
r ton resident, now located in Jacksonville Ay
ing stoned Paul, drew him out of the y
And Delivered
r i' as junior engineer in the district -
City, supposing he had been dead. y
l office, was here' on official business I y t's'
Wednesday and Thursday. Just phone 345 Howbeit, as the disciples stood round ...

1 about him, he rose up, and come into y

r e';1. daughter Mrs. from Zerney returned West Meredith Palm to Clewiston Beach.and Wednesday baby Mrs.Meredith's -. >t-- l the parted Derbe city was with: and about Barnabas the 35 next miles to day Derbe.east he de-of" i: [ Open to the Public I Iy

mother, Mrs. J. F., Tippey, .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-u----:..:. Lystra.
"And when they preached the
who had spent several days there re- y
gospel to that city, and had taught I IY
turned to her home here with them. y
-SPECIALChop many, they returned again to Lystra, Y

and to Iconium, and Antioch. Con- Y's'
Glen Etherton returned yesterdayfrom ,
firming the souls of the disciples, ..' I ".. .f.
short visit in
a Carbondale., .. '
and exhorting them to continue in f.s'
where he went to bring his grandfather Suey ,
1\, the faith, and that we must through hY
and grandmother Mr. and :Mrs. Y
in delicious much tribulation enter the kingdomof *
l W. J. Etherton, who will spend the
God. And when they had ordained :=
winter with their son in Moore Ha- ORIENTAL STYLE them elders in every church, and _i Moderate Green Fees ;

l' ven. had prayed with fasting, they com- ::
'" i f
TUESDAY and Exceptional Fairways
: mended them to the Lord, on whom
:Mrs. W. C. Hooker and :Miss Bon-
.r I ciel Stone were visitors in West they believed."' The return journeyto Interesting GreensXrH
Antioch was by way of Pamphylia,
Palm Beach last Thursday. They WATANABE HOTEL taking opportunity this time for I III.

were accompanied by Mrs. Ruth
I l Mrs. F. R. Maxwell Prop exangelistic work in Perga. Arrived
Drinkwater, who returned to ,
her :at Antioch, they made the first

home iu division there after Eevoral" weeks visit ..........*...............-w-.....,.......... .o:..!..*....,......:-...................... I i sionary report, giving God praise mls.1 ............,.....:......:..* ..x..x..;........,......"......,..,.....,.."..................,....._. .......... ._.................:. .. .;.. II
all that hQ had enabled them to ac




I FRIDAY OCTOBEH 20 1083 i ilnts.

u_ findings in both cases were acted up- a_ little money for the gas, but nota
DUFF WINS LADIES I was first settled, our ancestors founda I ::
WEEKLY: GOLF land "flowing with milk and ho- on very promptly by the National drop In the bucket compared to the .,
ney" and we have been enjoying the Recovery Administration. loss which this gas will prevent. And

Mrs F. D. Duff, finishing ('benefits of it ever since. But we have finally, we have to pour the gas Intoa
hole round with only two used the fruits of this land of plentyand GAS THE WEEVILS pan- and set It on top of the heap
the ladies ,weekly enjoyed its blessings often with- AND FEED THE CORN of corn. Rather simple job, but we>
Tournament," was winner, out regard for the, future and some- TO, THE LIVESTOCK: must be careful of fire, 'cause woi f
the Clewiston golf course. times with detriment to ourselves.We r> don't want to burn up the crib and 1
Mrs. Duff was double have squandered both natural Gas the weevils and feed the corn lose the whole works. j ji

ing also winner of the _and acquired' resources. to livestock, says J. Lee Smith, agronomist -i Carbon blsuphide or "high life' 'f
test. She used only eleven i During the last three years we with the Florida Agricul- ;will provide the gas. When the cribsor : I
the nine holes. have been forced to think much of I 11 h l ..tAr tural Extension Service. Pretty good bins are quite air-tight, it can be 1
Mrs. Lloyd Sparrow, with our lack of thrift, we have had thrift II advice to Florida corn growers, who used at the rate of about 14 pounds' \

of three down to par, was forced upon us. have had to take I nre scattered nearly all oVer the [ (or pints) per 1,000 cubic feet of .f....
second place. Other players stock of ourselves and our conditions state, it seems to me. It. is estimated space In the crib or bin. In other-' .t l
Mrs. H" A. Bestor, Mrs N .L. and study to see wherein we J that the weevils get one bushel of words, if the bin is 10x10x10 feet,. v!
enway, Mrs. W. C. Owen could improve. The character of a corn out of every five produced in we will need about 14 pounds of carbon -
W. C. Owen and Mrs. W. M. people is strengthened by thrift, and Florida. Even the toll charged by the bisulphide, no matter if the pinis -
sheimer. if these lessons will stay with us miller for grinding the corn into only half full of corn.
we shall be the better as a result of meal is just one bushel out of eight, treated after
Corn should be soon
P. T. ,A. OFFICERSAt the rude awakening which the de- 4 and he is performing a service for harvest, and again when and If wee- ,
pression gave us. us. The weevil does us no good, and vils become abundant.
a recent meeting of the Thrift of money does lot mean It keeps our livestock from getting to ,
iston Parent-Teachers that we stop spending-it means eat that fifth bushel of corn. Also,
Mrs. B. A. Bourne was that we spend more wisely and get 1ttbKhI I is causes us to lose something over i 1
sident, Mrs.4H .R. Hall, vice more of the things we need whenwe 1 ,i a cool million dollars every year as s "-
dent, and Miss i Mae Drew, need them. Often it is niore a result of losing that fifth bushel.A .
Miss Elizabeth West, who was thrifty to "buy now" than it is lo at 7yj ra 94 million dollars when the price of I '
For Sale
ed at the close of the school postpone purchases.Also corn is good, it Is more nearly two CheapFordson
last remains as treasurer. million -is a lot of money to lose,
:year I we are learning to be thrifty
time, the stuff or which. me is even though its loss is scattered between -
ADVERTISING AGENCIESPUT made, with our health and our en- I thousands of corn growers.
I BAN ON ergies, with our farms and soils But the loss to each one of us Is TractorIn :
I our great natural resources and something worth preventing, and it
j Washington-Under the advantages, with all things which BEAUTY AND THE BLOWPIPEToo is easily prevented. All we have to do Good Conditionsee
cute for w rds. 'That goes is given the weevil a lettle dose of
a proposed code submitted to life more worth while. We are
I by the national advertising I becoming more thrift:/ with for Marion Sturm-scientifically': fumigation.Of W. DAVIS
which handle the contracts leisure lime, and putting it to minded New York beauty-as1 course, for that purpose, we Baker's Service Station tt '
ducts advertised in news use. well as for tiny model of welding': must have air-tight cribs or bins, but I. "

magazines and by radio and The good Scotch habit of thrift has blowpipe she is inspecting. These we need good cribs, weevil and rat- \.. .J" 11
boards, ballyhoo is barred. forced upon us by conditions. models will be part of Union Car- proof anyway. Then we have to spend r'

brands as "unfair practices" I we do not forget too readily, and bide and Carbon Corporation'ex- I':
paration and handling of ads the practice, our character habit *tA: CENTURY OF PRO- ,

ing untruthful, misleading, or I be, improved as a result, and we CRESS_exposition. in Chicago.tis II...I"X..X-X-X".."X"X..X.....X..X'.......X..X..XX..X..X..X..X"X"X"X"....X=. i
cent. .statements... Another. ... be better able to cope with emer- .;. .;.
practice is pseuao-scienuiic in the future. X
said in part: "Even if complaintsare x !
tising, including claims
not tide, your refusal to come
supported by accepted CONTROL forward with some explanation when School Are '
Exploitation, by society women, IS REAL DAIRY NEEDY Days
respectfully asked to do so by your ..'
ball and tennis
players, pilots,
anything that does not come national plan or the da/.ry in- local to board cooperate indicates with you the are Presidentin unwilling :!.: ." Play DaysI = :', :: I

in their line is definitely out; as a ,whole built around theceYstone ',' s ,
misleading price claims and his recovery program. 'Therefore, i
of controlled production, is '.s"
:you will immediately cease 'display- ; ';' I
'indirect misrepr&senation. in the solution of the problems .!.
be to advertisers. ing the Blue Eagle and surrenderany J
can f
ing dairymen, according to offi-
not be quoted unless their of the Agricultural Adjustment NRA insignia In your possessionto :: Your children ::
ments are confirmed. the postmaster of Gary. You will I! play ,more and work .i. i iz t
refrain from using the Blue Eagle in t '
fantasies the public in from advertising exaggeration seems I Licensing at stabilization and agreements are, aid merely at- advertising or otherwise." :z more while going to school. They need *.: ,/

finitely provided I ad situation expendients, and are incidental to tide. over and a action Following: telegrams the were first sent disciplinary to MissB. :\;: good wholesome food to supply the ; ," "

HIS STORY BETTER THAN Wilmer proprietor of the
PASS plan."Dairymen. to the building of a na- I Beauty Shop and Maurice Rapaport, :s i: energy needed to do their best work. :f. '''

manager of the Shop-town Market, +
should at once recog- .
A visitor tried to crash the that, they have a problem in pro- both of New ''Rochelle, N. Y., order- I; ... ',:, i
ago fair with a pass to the control,' 'says Secreary of ing them to surrender their insigniato .
3: There is better food / ;
than :
the no _
of 93. His tale that he was 5.1'I Wallace. If dairymen fail postmaster instanter and to ;;
forty years in Loop traffic, is appreciate the basic economic fac- make no further display in any man- II::: ./ ; ; ., :s s: '
somewhat overdrawn.-Detroit of the situation and the limi- ner of the Blue Eagle. :: :.v. :;:
of the temporary measures Affidavits filed with the compliance I '
LESSON: OF THRIFT, have been attempted, "they board of New Rochelle stated :;: Grade "A" Raw Milk ,,,' "" *
LEARNED RECENTLY not expect indefinitely to get a that the owner of the beauty shop :f .s'
NEEDS RE IE I flow of agreements and had increased prices to her cus"tomers -
from Washington." 50 percent, attributing the increases '
I IJ I ..
Private John Allen, famous Organized dairymen who sell fluid to the NRA, but had actually +
J years ago as a Congressman I in seven cities, in as many increased her overhead by only $2 y -
Mississippi, was making a I I'( are receiving increased prices per week, bringing the wages of her :_: CLEWISTON DAIRY COMPANY ::
in Congress in an effort to a result of 30-day or longer agree two girls employees to $9 per week. '' .
fish hatchery started at : I' recently set up between pro- The board reported various charges : i* .s' .

"There are millions of little I and distributers acting un- against Rapaport. One affidavit ::: ::: :'
Phone '
there, just waiting to be born, provisions of the Agricultural charged him with compelling an ,em- .s.2'S 333 : ;
said in a burst of oratory for II' Act. Other agreements ployee to work 12 to 13 hours daily .. 1 1y ,
-he was noted. | pending. i during the week and 16 to 17 hourson :_: j
With the "late lamental" J] Elimination of practices that tend I Friday and Saturdays for $16 a .:', .. I
S sion, there are numbers of disrupt prices structures reJ lC- week. The board had been unable to x: !

just waiting to be learned and of marketing expenses, and en- secure any cooperation from either .:... . . . . . . . ... . . . .:.
important of all, remembered. of marketing practices Miss Wilmer or Rapaport and their ,. .NN1NN.NNNNMINN.NNN,11NNN.N,11N.MN. ............................................NNN. ....N.N.NNNNN. -
I One of the most important ; will increase consumption, are
these is thrift. Americans in ,the objects of the dairy
have been noted for .



t\ A.................................................................... TALONS CLAMP DOWN 1. DRAIN WORN OIL AND- REFILL '; 1.
t i\ Washington.-The nether portion WEE Ef\AID TRiP' 2. CHECK TIRES r.
the Blue Eagle is ft- / 3.
r symbolic of the CHECK WATER IN BATTERY I '>
I Good FarmLand for in the National Recov- 4. GET COMPLETE LUBRICATION
ry V1VM p. ? '<' Act, as demonstrated in the case rjff f M ii5 J'l
Theodore G }: .
Rahutis, restaurant &$ '*' %"'x' "s '|IW > /w \ S'fib: t isvrii a.r' }f"Afi
of Gary, Ind., first to be de $&&s Sj&Ste ''r> w"25 Yj1 i- M .5: Y 4Nrr.
I of the NRA insignia.H. ; t. F Iqtt4t y
I S. Norton, chairman of the a.,;

for Rent Compliance Board, reported r td /. ff
every one of Rahutis' 40 em- WIPED + l
i sustained in affidavit form { ;
( a :<,%
r. charges that he was violat- KEEPINGTHE WATER :
' ? both the maximum-hour and LEVEL UP CAN SAVE I OIICHE K

1(, li&> -' ae provisions of the] jr YOUALOTOFMOTORTROUBLE
Agreement he had sign
: r ,P3 Yth
: One employee was required to : (

r Trespassers hour.21 hours in 2 days at 14 cents fpwgt f t A) X .

On August 31 he was notified ,by i rtihais aa" "}.
II i Will Be local board that "there must be

,ine misunderstanding on'your
{, ProsecutedThe of the agreement as modified
the restaurant businesss.' He fail-

I to respond to an invitation to a ,

and, according to the ......
.... i complaints kept pouring in
I his employees. In his FREE
absence, / MAPS .
notice was handed to Mrs. T'Y
I Before you start on that week-end trip drive in and let us put
II a third and final formal r
I your car in first class shape. W'II fill your radiator; check
was served on him personal- your oil; check your tires; clean your windshield and check.
; which read in part: "We hope you: And there's
your battery. no charge for theSe services. Before
I- Clewiston this opportunity to make a you drive out, fill your tank with that Good Gulf Gasoline;
II statement. If complaints now lubricated and get a FREE Gulf map to guide you. It '
i unfounded, they should be dis will show you where to go and how to go and with your car'
Company of sjo there is no doubt as to in perfect shape you'll enjoy going. .
I. right to the Blue Eagle." All

I National were Ignored. o R I V E I IN TOO A Y Distributor That Good Gulf Gasoline

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