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 27, 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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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,: B. A. Bourne returned to Clew- -

v iston Saturday from a trip to several In answer to inquiry by the Ki-
ORGANIZE I Clewiston residents schocked
TO were
University of Florida Experiment|Tuesday to learn of the death of wanis club, L. K. Cannon, assistant WORK ON LEVEE
stations in North Florida where he1
highway engineer, sent the following
Pierre Alexander
is testing more than thousand 'of Poche which occurred letter Friday to Arthur Lawrence
LOCAL in West Palm Beach late that SECTION TUESDAY
his new varieties of syrup canes in club secretary:
;afternoon, after a six days Illness.
f competition with the standard Cay- "I have your letter of the 16th to
was attributed to uremic poisoning. -
ana 10.. I!I Mr. Treadway, Chairman of the Department Two drag lines began work
At a meeting of a group of local i Tues.
regarding bridge over Industrial day on the five
f carpenters here Wednesday night :McKENZIE: OFFICE AT INN I Mr. Poche was born in Louisanna Canal Clewiston.. I igation channel mile section of nav

Paul Bussey was elected temporary Fred. A. McKenzie, executive In 61 years ago where he resided until "The i and levee just offshore
: replacement of this structureis from
president and George Caldwell, secretary ''six! years when he to Clew- Clewiston, which was recently
ago came
charge of the Dredging com- included
not in this year's budget contracted
It and authorized by the body iston to by the Atlantic
superintend the house
pany, has established his at and therefore we have no funds Dredging of
"to investigate and discuss the or- "here. During his residence in Loui- company Lakeland. F,
the Clewiston Inn. A personal tele- ;
available at this time. However, I A. McKenzie, one of the
; ganiation of a. local chapter of Independent anna he his life in owners of
spent the
been installedin sugar
No. has
phone ( 357)
t dare say that it will be seriously con- the company, is located in Clewiston.and
Carpenters association." The industry there and in Cuba Puerto
his room to give immediate ac- '
sidered in preparation of the budgetfor will actively supervise the .
meeting was sponsored by R. C. Hus- cess to business.Additions I Rico, Santo Domingo and in Mexico. 1934. of the levee. The ?construction

(,, selton, treasurer of the Miami chapter j, He is survived by his wife, Mrs. "Very truly yours, company is using local labor Atlantic as far

FF r. of the recently chartered association Irene Landry Poche, and four chil- "
(Sgd) L. K. Cannon. as possible on the work.
r.E J. W. Proctor, a member of Made to dren, Ward Poche of Texas City The Atlantic
company recently
F the board of directors of the Miami ... Tex., Alton and Lynn Poche of Pitts-

chapter, J. B. Jones president of the Telephone List Here burg- and Mrs. Sydnor B. Tucker Jr., Open Bids Nov. 7th road completed department a contract in with building the state the

Mimai chapter, and Henry Taylor, also of Aruba, Dutch West Indies.
grade for the ,
of road 67
of Miami. About twelve local carpenters For Road
Fourteen new telephones have Mr. Poche was a member of the 67 BridgesAccording west of Moore Haven.

I. 11) were present at the meeting. been installed since the issuance, of :Woodman of the World and the Cath- Other machinery and equipment

II l In outlining the organization the Clewiston telephone directory. It olic church. During his residence in to information reachinghere will be sent to Clewiston at an early

; plans, the Miami sponsors ,repeatedly would be well to clip these and paste Clewiston he made many friends who. today, the State Road department date and the project will be completed

told the local carpenters that the them in telephone books to expedite are saddened by his passing. will receive bids until Novem- as rapidly as efficiency will per.

purpose of the organization was toj I placing local calls/ Arranged alpha- Funeral services were held this :ber Seventh, for materials for the I rait.The
protect local carpenters from the in-! at St. Atlantic project extends from
betically they are: morning Ann's Catholic construction of bridges on that part

;. vasion of "snow-bird" 'carpenters Atlantic Dredging Co. (F. A. McKenzie i church Rev. A. Doherty officiating. of State road 67 between Smoak's Clewiston West to connect with the

t ,j who would soon be flocking to the ) 357 !. His body was laid to rest in Wood- corner and Road 25, near Clewiston.The completed levee section a distanceof

J lake territory to take jobs on govern- Canal Dredging Co. (J. G. lawn cemetery.iBARWICI. grade will be given a surfac- approximately five miles. The

: ment projects. The Miami men said Martin) 376 i ing of shell, and the bridges will be Arundel corporation of Baltimore

they had been requested by "one of Clewiston Drug Co. bus. 345E. built. The actual oiling and hard has the contract for a five mile

t the contractors of one of the lake Fontaine 321 stretch from Bare Beach to Miami
R. res. { WINS IN surfacing of the stretch will be delayed -
p f projects" to make a survey of avail- Glades Power Co., bus. 1041C. until the road bed will have Locks The Arundel concern h'as not ,

able carpenters here and to make a Goodman 389 started actual work on its projectyet
F. res. settled, but even this will be far
report to the Jacksonville office of Fred I. Hill res. 349 EIGHT ROUND BOUTMoore better than the route motorists now but it has sent,men into the ter

the contractors by today, in order W. W. Hooks, res., 1804 have to take through Moore Haveno ritory to make plans for immediate

t that plans for using local labor might E. C. Mills, res. 319J. get to the central portion of the beginning of construction work.

t. be completed. The sponsors stressed P. Percy, res. 387 Haven Democrat state.. The third unit of the latest gov

that the organization was not a un- Dr. O. F. Schiffli. res. 361G. The main event as advertised for Materials advertised for: include ernmental award was made to the

ion, was not affiliated with the B. Thomas, res. 363 last Friday night's fight card match- approximately 570, barrels of cemet, McWilliams construction company-
A. F. L. and was not a moneymaking ing Smiley Williams of LaBelle with which has machinery already on the
U. S. Sugar Corp. Commissary 230 tons of sand, 360 tons coarse

". proposition. Warhouse, 332 Orville Joyner, of Tampa, fell aggregate for class "A*" concrete; location and it to start its project at

In commenting on the lake pro- M. E. Von Mach, res. 351 through when Williams failed to ap 50,870 pounds reinforcing steel (of once.

jects J. H. Proctor, one of the advocates M. E. VonMach, Office, 210 pear. A substitution was necessaryand standard quality) ; 4,150 linear feet

of the organization of local --- ----- "Skeeter" Barwick, of Clew of piling, 16 pound treatment; anda BUILDING CONCERN

f'"' carpenters said; "The rate of pay on iston wass called upon to oppose quantity of treated structural tim

r 1 the lake,projects is fair, and it means May Build Houses Joyner in the eight-round scrap. Bar- ber.
_. that a man MUST do a day's work wick was greatly out-weighted by I OFFICETimes

.r and he must be a competent car- For Government Men .the Tampa boxer but his years of !

I' penter." Mr. Proctor said the contractor .(ring experience and his crouching Government Forces ( Untlofc; )

I said between 80 and 120 I'style of fighting carried him ,
Temporary offices of 'E. H. Lath-
Members of the' office force of the
carpenters woul dbe used on the lake U. S. Engineers here are drawing through to a decision over the highly Building Testing Lab. am Company of Columbia Ohio, contractors .

projects from 10 to 14 months plans for small residences which touted Tampa fighter. Barwick won which it is expected will officially .

% Mr. Bussey, local carpenter, saida (Continued on, page 4) receive a U. S. Government
they: will submit to the district office -: Construction was started on a 16
meeting would be called for Sat-
in Jacksonvile for approval. by-30 sheet metal building on the lot contract early next week for a flood
urday night to further discuss the
No definite information is avail- occupied by the U. S. Engineers control project In the Okeechobee.
proposition and possibly to form sucha BRIDGE TOURNEY region, will be opened In the Cham-
able as to the plans of the Jack- warehouse near Industrial. The
local association. He said the plansare
sonville office, but it is believed that building is being built by government of Commerce building today It was

'' to included carpenters from about 15 or 20 houses will be builtin SHOWS ODD) HANDTwo carpenters and when completed will learned last night.
:y Moore Haven, LaBelle and even in '
,* .. 'Palm Beach Clewis ton to house the engineers be used to house cement testing i Contracts for all materials to be
county along with the
Clewiston and their families. The houses pro- equipment and will be the official used in the construction of four
F. men.
into cement labortory for the engineering hurricane gates in Lake Okeechobee
"Our idea," Mr. Caldwell said, "is bably will be grouped an en- sessions of Clewiston's fourth
gineers colony. annual tournament corps here. and the letting of any sub-contracts
' not to attempt to do anything except bridge were play-
:, to place idle men at work. We are Shortly after the visit of Col. W. T. ed last week and entrants are look- With the contract for the construc- on the project, wil be consummatedfrom

I\\: not interested in taking men from Hannum, division engineer and Maj.B. ing forward to the remaining ses- tion of four gigantic hurricane gateson the temporary offices here, R,
-: of the
any other job." C. Dunn, district engineer, a short sions, which are to be played each the south shore project for more L. Dodson, a representative
J:" ,
time ago there was some discussion Monday night at the Clewiston Inn. than $1,000,000'officially awarded to company, said.
r" Complete tabulations had not been E. H. Latham of Colum- The Columbus company's work
among men working in the office as the company
[t SCHEDULE MADE .to the possibility of the government turned in when this goes to press but bus Ohio is is certain that work on will be done at cost of approximately
$1,107,000 Dodson said and
Mr. ,
'buliding a few houses here ,for the indications are that Mr. and, Mrs. the gates will begin within the next $ ,

t : engineers' families. Mark Lawler are leading the East ten days. cover only the construction of the ,

FOR DIAMONDBALL Just where the houses will be builtof and West players and Mrs. J. E. This week a crew of engineers, under gates.
work to be donein
The preliminary
: course, can not be stated at this Beardsley and W. C. Owen are Mark R. Lawler, has been busy
time. slightly in the lead of the North and setting location stakes for the hur- Jacksonville will necessitate an ,office

fA An equitable schedule pf; the six South contestants.The ricane gates. Mr. Lawler will have force of four or five, it was add.

diamond ball teams of Clewiston was I I'ed, and they will be regular employes
first session, played last Fri- supervision of the gate constructionfor '
arranged at a meeting o fthe commissioners Huge Private ReserveTo of the comapny. Materials and labor
day night turned hand
up one which the engineers. I
Monday'night and a rule as far as possible, it was indicated,
was the "big swing" of the tourna- .
h: of games was established. I With SeasonOrlando will be obtained in Florida.
ment. Below is shown the hand
'. The Government award has not
The commissioners, H. A. Bestor, which baffeled the most skilled play- Sholtz Approves
been made officially pending the fill-
r. ]II. W. Bigg, Dave Alston, Earl Fon- ers. The hand has a possibility ofa
p.;" Oct. 26, (FNSWhenthe I ing out of forms by the involved
": taine and Tom ,Shelley, prepared a small slam in No Trump but not $2,600,000 Plant\
> in Florida, but
hunting season opens bonding companies, upon receiptof
t. schedule in
: which each team plays one of the team sreached the climax
November 20, one of the largest private the bonds early next week ,the
: five "home" games and five "visitors"
as bid in the tournament. Tournamentrules
,:,' > owned game preserves in the Tallahassee, Oct 26 (FNSGovernor contract is expected to be awarded.

,ar-; south will be opened for public use. however, provide for not more Sholtz and his cabinet have After that, the Government gives notice

:' to de- The property was leased from J. than 1000 points on a hand except given their tentative approval to the to start work, and 10 days may
; cide which team is to furnish balls in the column.
G. McCrory by J. A. Black, former excess expenditure of $2,600 000 for build- elapse then before the project actually
and take first inning 'at bat. The I South, Dealer. North and South
'/ home deputy game warden and recognized ins and other improvements of State gets under way.
team will
furnish all balls used vulnerable.
.: in that authority on fish and game propa- Institutions, the projects to be fin- The office here probably-will be
game and the visiting team NorthS.
gation. Located in Orange and Osceola anced with Federal funds. The con- open between four and six weeks it
will be given first "in".
< I Counties, the tract contains 107- none. stitution of Florida prohibits the was said. The company's equipmentis

: Two games will be played each 000 acres and is 18 miles long and H. A, x, x. state, as such, from borrowing mo- expected to be sent from Columbus

;::" Tuesday and Friday nights after the 12 miles wide. The land, protectedfor D. A 10, 9, 8, 7, 6. ney and Governor' Sholtz believes, and Niles Ohio, and Newark,

''I:: opening game, which is to be played 30 years, is heavily timbered and 5, 4, 3, 2. that because of this prohibition, the N. J., next week.

: Wednesday November 1. The date dotted with lakes. Fish and game C. none. Federal government will consider

is was postponed one day in order not abound. West. East making outright grants to Florida.

:y to conflict with the Parent-Teachers S. 10, 9. 8 All in Readiness tor
Several ranch houses and lodgesare General
:, S. Q, J, x, x. Accompanied by Attorney
. .' Accociation
dance October 31. located within the preserve and I 7xxx. [ D. Landis, State Treasurer W.
.- H. 9 Cary
: The first games will be I x, x, x. P.-T.A. Benefit DanceAll
played 'H. 10
; by \more will be erected for the use of x. V. Knott Chairman C. B. Treadwayof
:.- the U. S. Sugar Corp. against the Ki- D. none D. K, Q, J.
,. visiting hunters during' the season. the State Advisory Council on
:='. wanls club. Followed the same night C. A, x, x, x. C. x, x. Public Works and other state of- is in readiness for the Parent-
'' :--; by the U. S.
. Engineers against the ,
JEWELERY STORE OPENS SouthS. ficials; Governor Sholtz is in Wash- Teachers association big Hallowe'endance

' ,c.:.I... Clewiston Motor company team. A, K. ington this week to confer with na- which Is to be held at the

Following is a complete schedule "W. H. Merritt, of Tampa, openeda II. H, QJx tional leaders in an effort to secure ,Clewiston Inn next Tuesday njght.

f .. ; of games as announced by the com watch repair and jewelry store D. none.C. the funds for financing the construction I Tickets were placed on sale this

missioners of Kiwanis Field. this week in the rear of the Clewiston K QJ,10,9,8.Of program from the Federal week for the benefit affair and mem-

Wednesday November 1. Drug company: the room made va- the eight tables playing the Public Works Administration.The bers of the association are hopingfor

U. S. Sugar Corp vs. Kiwanis.U. cant by the transfer of the seed warehouse hand the contract and scores was: building program includesthe a large crowd. Music for the

S. Engineers vs. Clewiston Motor.* to the Clewiston Packing company One couple played it for seven expenditure of $1,281,840 at the I dance is donated by Bill Doherty'sPalm .

Friday November 3 warehouse at Industrial canal. Clubs, doubled, down 200; two 3,000 acre State Prison Farm at Beach orchestra.

Fire Department vs. Clewis ton High Mr. Merritt says he will move his ( couples played it for six clubs, doubled (I Belle Glade. This project, it is be-
family to Clewiston as soon as ho made 1590; one couple played it lieved, would be self-sustaining and OWEN WINS BOGEYW.

Kiwanis vs. U. S. Engineers can get established. His fatherinlaw for six hearts, doubled, made 1610; I(celf-liquidaling through the production C. Owen, with a net score of

Tuesday November 7 T. E,1 Hamilton, will also proba- three couples played it for 6 dia-'' of sugar cane and other agricultural :80, was winner of the weekly blind

Clewiston High School vs. U. S. Su- bly come into the jewelry business i I ; products for use in State InI I bogey I at the Clewiston golf course-
(Continued, on page 4), with him, Mr. Merritt said. I-, Continued. on page 4) f Sunday. Ten others were ent redlR



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The Clewiston News
r The plan provides for loans oC

Published every Friday in Clewiston,. TOO LATE TO BYCLASSIFY Historians tell us in medieval RFC funds In any amount provided,

Florida by the CLEWISTON. NEWS, f' 1 RUSSELL KAYJust times empires were swayed by the the borrower is able to give satis-

Inc. (jest of a court buffoon whispered into factory evidence of ability to repay'

an imperial ear. and Is able to put up sound collateral -

Today when we are all striving to In the form of realestate, equip-
Entered second class matter
as about the time J. Hardin Peterson tive of all Democratic newspapers. I do our part in furthering the cause ment, accounts receivable, etc. '
February: 1, 1927, at the Post Officeat
got to address the news- While there was probably plenty
up of the NRA to '
it Is interesting
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act very Loans for a period of under six: ':
paper folks gathered at Brooksville of thinkin' goin' on nothin' was
observe how fellows in other fieldsof
of March 3, 1897 months are evaiable at the rate of
a nice little squall came up and the said about tbe'election that's comin'up endeavor are cooperating. Take,
five per cent per annum. Loans for "J
gentleman who introduced the speaker by and by to decide who will -
go for instance Will Rogers, who with longer periods will be made at the :
A newspaper devoted to the best remarked that while it looked like to Washington to represent Floridaas I his daily squib of wit and wisdom rate of six per cent. No loans will .;

Interests of Hendry county, Florida. there'd be some "wind" he hoped the Junior Senator. tells us more about Roosevelt Con- ',
be made, however, for promotional .! :
It's leading newspaper. crowd would give the Congressmantheir When I asked Claude if he was gress, inflation, and Russia, than we enterprises, real estate developments ( ., ;

attention as the storm would gonna run, all he said was "Where's would keep up with in the news col or construction pruposes unless a

Subscription rate, per year.$2.00 probably blow over. Elmer"? Elmer, you know, is the umns. Will hands out the light ban- real need for the construction can

Outside of State of Florida2.50 It was kind of a tough spot for guy who always pays the check. ter in a way we all understand and be shown. '-!
Pete, but he made the most of it and Brooksville folks did a good job of while we laugh at his statements, we L

with the exception of a gust or two entertainin'.. Sam Lovett who runs do not hesitate to jquote him in ad- Recognizing the immediate need

Business Office, Clewiston News, no harm was done. I heard a good the noosepaperthere and editor vancing our arguments in favor of for reasonable credit facilities par- i_ "
for the small business
ticularly man,
Clewiston, Florida.: Editorial and one on Pete. You know he's been do- Russell who publishes a newspaper the NRA. The air is full of songsof

.: Advertising, :same. in' plenty ,of talkin' since he got back acted as circulation managers for the NRA and of better times; we are the RFC authorized the organization

from Washington. One of the editors crowd and proved to be excellent ,living itthinking it; and doing it. of Business Loan Corporations. .',
several Applications for loans desired by -;:' _
present told me that for hosts.
Jack Pearl (Vas you dere Sharlie) .-
FORGIXG AHEADIn weeks he'd set up the line "J. Hardin Red Egerton, who 'passes the plate who is one of the better class enter- any Florida business concern should :.,
Peterson will addsess the meetin". be made to the Business Finance
for Western Newspaper Union, brokeup tainter, whose wholesome yarns almost -
its endeavor to with he'd Corporation with offices at 203
keep up After the story appeared dump
the meetin' when he told the reach the breaking point, is in
the trend of the times in the Lake he's holdin' Washington Street
the type, so lately been making Tampa.
story about the guy who wanted to the business of the nation "
region, The Clewiston ,News this line like football player and
a get a loan from the RFC and import laugh recently made this remark in 'i.
week adds an interesting departmentto he claims it has saved him a lot of TODAY IS ROOSEVELT'S DAY J)
a bunch of monkeys He said you one of his more serious moments:
its columns that he had beenvastein1 .
pointed at
directly time and money could buy' good strong healthy "Doing my part? Say I'm in the

the rapid increase in motorboating.Under on needless composition. I monkeys for 10 bucks each and joke manufacturing ,business and although Tallahassee Oct 25 (FNSGov- .l

the caption "Popular Boat- Another big man who attended the train 'em to 'climb orange -trees and Washington hasn't*,approved vernor Sholtz has issued 'a proclamation ':

ing," a timely column of boating information Press Session was Park Trammell. pick fruit and it would cut harvestin' our code yet we're still manufacturing designating Friday, October 27, ,

written by Gerald Taylor They certainly do feed those boys costs to a minimum. One old bird new jokes without' benefit of an as 'Theodore Roosevelt Day".

White editor of the popular magazine well up in Washington, but I suppose who was listenin' to the details of 8-hour day or minimum wage scale. The governor urges all Floridians _

Motor Boat, will appear discussions it is proper for our political the plan kept mumbling, "It can't be The sooner we put more real funny to observe the seventy-fifth anniversary r ,
of all forms of The to "out in front."
boating. leader be done, it won't work." I stories into circulation the sooneryou'll of "the great American President y
well-informed writer will hands with everybodyncludin' ,
answer Park shook J
"Why won't it work" the promo see an inflation in the national and Patrict, whose life ant "
of sent to the and children so : .
charge question the
any women
ter asked? He claimed he knew sense of humor-and let me tell you work should offer an everlasting inspiration -
Clewiston News regarding the up- I guess he's plannin' to run for office where he could get the' monkeys ,it's a darn_ sight easier to face the to all patriotic Americans".
operation of of He talked to durin' the banquet I
keep or any type again. I
butcher the baker and the landlord
had a man who guaranteed to train ,
boat. and told that old one about the
'em to climb trees and pick the with empty pockets, when they'veheard ", ,

Boating is growing in popularityin :Most pen bein'stories mightier have one than point the to sword.'em fruit, it would eliminate pickin' the one about Pat and Mike ,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:---:---:, .
the lake region, and bids fair to bags, ladders, and manual labor, and and the Walrus." To!
but that one has two. He must ,,
take its rightful place in the sports was altogether a swell idea. ",. 1
Florist ads for he certainly was"sayin' '
and transportation life of this sec- the But the old guy kept on sayin'' Itcan't K. F. C. ,ORGANIZES OFFICE IN
tion. With an adequate ship channel it with flowers. TAMPA
Claude Pepper from Tallahassee be done, it won't work." Good FarmLand
being built across Lake Okeechobeein
.followed him and that boy is some Then the promoter became exas- '.
conjunction with the levee work Tampa, Oct 26 (FNSOrganizedto
He exhale languagelike perated and demanded to know whyit
now going on, it is reasonable to i speaker. can provide reasonable and ample f l
nobody's business. He don't just wouln't work. "Well I'll, tell "
expect that numerous craft will chug credit facilities for business organization -
he elocutes. you" the old man replied "You
their way across the state from the talk, both large and small, in
Atlantic to the gulf. Then there The leadin' lady was Hortense wouldn't more than get your mon- line with the National Recovery program -

will be a keener interest 'in boating Wells, National Democratic Committee keys over here and trained good be- the Business Finance Corporation for Rent

than is manifest at this time. woman for Florida, who attended fore the damned yankees would come established offices here this
down and free, 'em". V
In this addition, as in all things, the session as special representaBagasse I week and is prepared to receive applications -

the News welcomes is readers to use I M for loans from businessthe I : '

its service ,and to send questions on .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. ;..;..::.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: The Clewiston ladies who braved the ....... n
boating to Mr. White, in care of this elements Sunday afternoon in the adaptability: of Evergladers to i
paper. It is your service, use it. ,
benefit game have been noticeably new environment' is shown." Just

absent from the city' the first few progress. beating swords into .,+a

$400,000,000 FOR ROADS days of the week. . :
..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: cles are the cause. But sore haven't mus- plowshares and that sort of stuff Trespassers
you Howard, nothing so startling, '-
The neat little sum of $400,000- This business of having a stomach heard them squawking much aboutit. Will Be k

000 is lying idle in Washington, wait- ache is getting to be serious business.It They netted about $17 for the -
ing for ,the states to call for their used to be a mild disturbance, Parent-Teachers association. and .:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. Prosecuted

respective shares of it. when we were a boy, but now that that was the purpose of the game.,
For Engraved \
The sum created 'as a highway science has out-grown itself it looks OoOoOoO "
fund under the NRA, usefully could t'like'i some of, our criminal lawyers $oward Sharp in the Everglades
r .
be employed in building roads, in I lawyers who handle crimi- News makes this remark about our Christmas Cardsand .
putting hundreds of thousands of nal cases) are going to make aches duplicate tournament:

men to work, and in enlivening busi-,I I of the 'tummy ,grounds for mental "The announcement that the fourth :: ;'::i

ness in many lines of endeavor. But ;'disease._ Many's the time we have annual bridge tournament of Clew- The ,.';

few, states have shown a dispositionto gone to bed with an aching stomach ,iston will start Friday night October Personal Stationery ; ,

put either the available money or I;(being soothed with castor oil and a 120, is made by James E. Beardsley, .. V j
men to work on roads. pair of well dusted trousers hangingat and that is what makes the announcement SeeEVELYN ClewistonCompany

The cause of this lethargy is one the foot of our bed just becausewe t more striking. A bridge tour- HARE yY'y1: :

of the mysteries of the day. For had allowed the neighbor's green nament at a place where poker .r]

while this fund is lying idle ,the apples to make us forget the property games used to the chief diversion- Representing ,1 ,

states are collecting from motorists line. ,Zangara pulled off a high- ,that is something! and when an old j Wallace Brown New York 1'1

something like $800,000,000 in minded ache in the mid-region and Evergladers like Jim Beardsley is : :'
electric -... .............................................. .:. ; J.
taxes for roads-and diverting muchof tried to dodge the shocking managing editor of the /N. .NN. . . . .NN. .N.
tournament, ,;;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. '
the money to other purposes. Some chair after the assassination of Mayor -
state legislators already are suggesting Cermak. Now comes Victor Li- -
. that motor vehicles and motor,']cata, 21 year old Italian ,who killed I .

I fuel taxes be increased. Still others five members of his family with an ,

, are promoting the idea that motor-I axe, and pleads an aching stomach.Personally I
. I I .
isis should finance the of had rather admit LET -
cause we we I
, "farm relief" by submitting to laws I were plain bad and needed the pants- I US V YOUR CAR ; Y.

compelling them to use the more ex- dusting than to pass it off on a ;

pensive fuels, blended with alcohol stomach ache and say we were plumb !;
I mado from corn. loco.

The situation would be ludicrous OoOoOoO ;
f if it were hot Here is f ; j
- so tragic. Every now and then we hear of ;:
I 5400,000,000 available at Washington -
some organizer, snooping around '\
I for roads. The states are collecting trying to promote some organization .', : :l

I $800,000,000 more in taxes for for the protection of downtrodden ,',., .,,-

! roads. There was an unexpended surplus bean-pickers, fruit-packers, cow- -. '- ,_i
: in state roads funds of more
- hands, or what-nots. They all hand ,
I\ than $218,900,000 unexpended surplus out the same chatter about doing all }:; ,,;

I in state roads funds of more this for the workingman's benefit.

than $218 000,000 at the beginningof But we can't help looking at the

the :year. Additional millions are common "cents" side and there we
We'll wipe windshield. r
available from Federal and emergency usually find provisions for dues and Y a clean windshield your you'll By avoid keeping the Y it.We'll Keep check your your radiator radiator full and at fill all "

aid funds. In other words more for organization expense. The main it'll danger make of'glaring your driving lights a lot at night safer.. overheating.time and avoid the danger of
idea seems to be to get in some 'mon
DOLLARS is on hand or in sight- ey (a laudible ambition if not at the

enough to prosecute a mammoth expense of some one who works hard ", ,

highway building programproviding for his living) and to move on to

jobs for more than a million men ether fields to organize some other

-andvirtually every- state in ,the "Come On Home Prosperity League"

country is restricting its road activi- and find a few more dues to collect.
ties to the I
Before signing on the dotted line too
years the states have been quickly it's better to look the gift

lamenting their financial: inability to horse in the mouth. He may have ,it
build all the roads they need. For pink tooth-brush. .1

years they have been talking of the OoOoOoO

necessity of building more "farm- Our bet is that Dave and Charlie We'll check your tire and inflate them M MMaai HHl HWe'll ..
to-maiket" roads. For years they (local drug store magnates) did a to theproperpressure.By keeping your eonditiagtoyou.check your oil and report it* 'w'; % ...
have been talking Y tire always properly inflated you'll Y Keep your crankcase ?A,, a w: ',,4
of widening and land-office business after the game lengthen their lite at much at 20,%. motor filled on with any of Gulfs good ::,. :.: 4,
and .,'
improving existing highways of eliminating your cor will run ;
Sunday in selling potents. to ease better and last longer '
dangerous curves, inter- the aches and pains of the loyal I ,' ".:

sections and grade crossings. And for ladies who cavorted on the diamond- DRIVE IN GULF-LUBE%

years they have been building yearly .ball court for the benefit of the P.- .. TODAY : i .:
only enough new road mileage to MORE MILEAGE ,
ac T. A fund. Swinging a baseball bat { *t ":-:
commodate the new cars manufactured i e;""
may: be similar to bouncing a rolling :
\ each 'year. off DISTRIBUTOR :-- :
pin hubby's dome, but running -'! 'fF'
Today the men, money, and materials bases uses muscles not used in house- ih ,

l' are available Why not go keeping or even in chasing the neigh- That Good Gulf Gasoline THAT GOOD GULF GAS : 1<.i':
Ahead now? bors' chickens out of the flower bed. NOW LUBRICATED

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lantic Coast Line railway here. He
letter to

I Personal MentionBryant I now attended connected Emory with University the transportation and is- the, Romans about A.was D. written 58. The from following Corinth

department for the Clewiston ) r is the whole of the printed lesson:

Sugar Refining Company. Romans 13: 12-14. "The night is

Bowden, of Pahokee was "Mr. and Mrs. McArthur will remain far spent, the day is at hand: Let us

:here on business ;Monday. in Gainesville until November 1 therefore cast off the works of darkness -
with Mr. McArthur's mother, Mrs
and let the
us put on armourof
J. of Moore H. O. McArthur, at their residence at B Let
M. Couse, Haven,. was light. us walk honestly as in
:here on business Tuesday. BOO West Orange Street, before go- the day; not in rioting and drunkenness -

Ing to Clewiston to reside. not ,in chambering and wantonness .

Keith Hartsfield spent the week A Column of Timely Boating Information not in strife and envying. But

end at his home In Fort:Myers. Bulbs Offer Quick ye on the Lord 'Jesus Christ, and

r wiie: make not provision for the flesh, to
1fJ. Miss Eva Mae Green spent the Easy Way to Have Dy eerafd tailor fulfil the lusts thereof."

week end with her parents In Plant Editor STSK22 $ Romans 14: 79._ "For none of

City. us liveth to himself, and no man
Flowers All, Year Who will answer free of charge any questions sent to this newspaper dieth to himself. For whether
regarding the upkeep or operation of any type of boat. we
L. O. Gravely, of LaBelle, was in live, we live unto the Lord: and

Clewiston on business yesterday af- Gainesville, Fla.Bulbous plants I i whether we die we die unto the
ternoon.Mr. offer the Florida gardener possiblythe i Lord whether live therefore
The 1933 racing season is over usually considered that a boat will ; we or
easiest and quickest way of securing 'die we are the Lords. For to this
and, likewise, most of the boating not plane when her total weight, including '
and Mrs. C. F. Goodman were bloom for flowers every day activities in the northern part of crew and fuel, is over 35 I'end Christ both died, and rose, and

visitors in Miami several days this in the year, H. Harold Hume, of the the United States. Looking back, over pounds for every actual horsepower revived, that he might be Lord bothof
week. "- Experiment Station and College of developed the This the dead and living."
the session the most salient fact isthat by engine. auto-
Agriculture, stated in a recent ad- there has not only been no curtailment : matically liminates large ships, r 'Romans 14: 1521. "But if ,thy

Miss Vilma Rhodes spent the week I dress. of racing.and cruising but I.'cruising boats and the general run I brother be grieved with thy meat;

end in Winter Garden and Oaklandon There is a best time to set each the official records show theseason; of general-duty craft. Given light now walkest thou not charitably.

business. : group of bulbs. Evergreen sorts do as one of the most active in manI I enough weight per horsepower the Destroy not him with thy' meat, for

best when set in warm weather. years. No better proof can be put I I speed possibilities are almost un- whom Christ died. Let not then your:

Miss Sue Maxwell of South Bay, Those that go to rest in spring and forward that boating does not depend -;.limited and could equal, or even exceed -"good be evil spoken of: For the kingdom -

spent the week' end in Clewiston vis- start growth again in autumn are upon people having extra .. ,those possible with airplanes. of God is not meat and drink;

iting friends. best planted now. Those that become money for pleasures. They consider I I but righteousness, and peace, and joy

dormant in autumn should be planted i boating so important a part of their ; in the Holy Ghost. For he that la

Parker Wilson Dick Hooks, and during winter. lives that, even in times of business I unbap cbooI1Les I these things serveth Christ is acceptable -

Hubert Land spent! the week end in For winter flowers, the narcissus stress, they go right ahead with their to God and approved of
Gainesville.Miss men. Let us therefore follow after
group, with its many varieties, may sport. i
be planted now. The small narcissi, Naturally the most interesting racing on I the things which make for peace,
Louise Waldron ,and A. W. and things wherewith edify
with four to dozen flowers each may
a on event of the season was the International -
Sias were visitors in West Palm another. For meat not the
I destroy
stem, is represented by Peter White, affair won by Gar 'Woodin 1933
Beach Saturday evening.Mr. OCTOBER 29, work ot God. All things indeed
Parl White, Grand Soliel d'Or, Chi- his hydroplane Miss America X. '
but it is evil for that who
nese Sacred and Grand Monarque. Perhaps it will be of interest to describe pure; man
and Mrs. J. G. Niblack have SUBJECT: WORLD'S TEMPER- eateth with offence. It is good
Paper White planted now should the action of a hydroplane for
moved from the Hooker apartmentsto ANCE SUNDAY. neither
to eat flesh to drink
bloom in six to eight weeks. To prolong the: benefit of readers who may not
the Schultz apartments.Miss GOLDEN TEXT: "Love worketh no wine
nor any thing whereby thy
the season they may be plantedat be familiar with the reason' why'stepped1
.ill to his neighbor: therefore love is I brother stumbleth, or is offended, or
intervals of two'weeks until De- boats are so much faster
Kathryn Deam, Miss Dorothy ,the fulfilling of the law." Romans is made weak."
cember. The other varieties should than craft of ordinary form.
Deam and Miss Marie Williams spent 13: 10.
furnish bloom until March. i The Throughout, Romans 14 there are
hydroplane must not be
confused -
the week end in West Palm Beach.
LESSON TEXT Romans 13 12
: : references to some who were con-
Such Poetaz varieties as Admiration with the hydro-airplane. The '
r 14: 7-9, 15-21. scientiously strict with regard to
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston spent Green Forbes, and Joconde are former is strictly a speed boat while

Saturday in Moore Haven with Mrs. ones that should be planted now are the; latter is an airplane arranged so

I Alston's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. also desirable. Other satisfactorySir that; it can land, or take-off, from .,

Willingham. Watkins, Emperor, King Alfred, the surface of the water. The hyd- V I.' .,
White Lady. and the sweet scented roplane it not a new invention. The To the ladies:

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Turner spent Jonquilla and Odorous rugulosus. In idea seems to have originated overa
west Florida this group is very muchat half century'ago with the Rev. Dr.
Sunday in LaBelle with .Mrs. Turner's
'' From week to week we add many items to our
Sheriff Mrs. H. L. De- home. Ramus an 'Englishman, who submitted -
parents, and
( line
of pleasing merchandise for your selection. We ap-
Laney.A. Some of the other, bulbs that to the Admiralty the proposalto
should be planted now are Roman place a series of inclined planeson preciate your patronage and the suggestions you give us

hyacinth, for December and January the bottoms o fsteam warshipsso as to ,what cosmetics, novelties, etc., you like.
H. Pierce, former Clewiston
Snowflakes to flowerin that the vessels would have a ten-
bloom, Spring
t. resident arrived here this week to row we announce
,March, Spring Star Flower for dency to climb out of water or at
i' make preparations for planting a
March and April bloom, Easter lilies, least raise bodily. a certain distancein
winter crop near here. oARMAND'S
and Freesias. The latter may need ,order to reduce friction. The V .

some protection in the northern, part Ramus idea was sound, but it was
k E. L. Stewart returned Saturday
of, the state. impractical at that time because the
from Orlando where he had gone to
Soil for bulbs should be prepared weight of the vessels was too greatto
attend a; meeting of the Florida a worthy adQition to our stock. You will an Armand
about eight inches deep and should allow them to lift.The same objection -
Bankers association. product to suit your desire.
have about a two inch layer of hu- applies today as far as large

1 ; into it. Manure is boats are concerned. .
W. H. Merritt, of Tampa, arrived mus incorporated
not preferable. About 2 1-2 poundsof small Clewiston Drug Co.
this week to make his home. Mr. Relatively boats with extremely .
Merritt is manager for the 'T. E. a commercial fertilizer, about a light total weights and considerable -

E Hamilton jewelry shop here.A 5-8-10 analysis, should be added to horsepower can be made to Phone 345
each 100 square feet. rise bodily underway: and run

and Small bulbs may be planted close across thesurface of the water exactly -
; F. TIppetts George Augur
left yesterday for Jacksonville after while those about two inches in diameter the same as a flat stone can
should be spaced six to eight be the
skipped across surface. As
having spent several days here on .*.**..**..*..*;*.**..**.*..*..*M:*.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:-.:-.:..:..:..:..:..:-.,.....)
district inches apart. Most bulbs should be long as tho velocity of the stone, is . *..*..* . . ... . ....
business for the engineer.Mr. f II ;Mt**N.N N N MM N M planted to a depth equal to three or great enough it wil Inot sink. Just

and Mrs. M. P. Peterson, Miss four times their diameter. With such as long as the' speed of the hydroplane -I 'i"i' ....

Mary Kline, Miss Clara Schiller and evergreens as Amaryllis hybrids and is great enough, it will not drop .YY.

Miss Elde Kline were visitors in West Crinums, however, the necks and back into the water to a point I '

- Palm Beach Saturday afternoon. crowns should not be covered.. The where the frictional resistance is I Speculation .

ground should be kept moist but not high. : ;' :

Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs.' C. W. McDonald wet. The first modern hydroplane came .*..*. : :':! I'II
Mrs. W. W. Hooks, Mrs. R. from France about a quarter-cen- 1. 1if Is Exciting

C. Nowling, and Miss Mildred Osteen DRAGLINE OPERATORS! MEETA tury ago. This was soon followed by '.'l''t....

were shopping in West Palm Beach a larger and faster craft named I vt:
yesterday. meeting of about 25 dragline Pioneer. This boat raced under the yy yt

operators was held Tuesday night in British flag for the :YV i'l::: but aren't safety of principal and assured xx'j,
fZ Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Royal, of South the Alston braiding to discuss Trophy and would have Harmsworth'j ++ return more important right now? ".

c Bay, moved to Clewiston ,this weekto posssibility of forming a local association down if machanical .3;.f'VY

make their home. They are residing with the view'' of placingmen ruined the power plant. It is notable I .:4: If you ,are ready, for real profit without .1.1.
in the house recently vacatedby at work on the levee projectsnow that Pioneer was designed by Fauber, ?J' any breath-taking thrills (as most sensible' tf
Ciani. opening up ,In this area. No or- ,an American, who was then livingin I xx:::: people are these days), you'll be.interested l
Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
and Loan plan. It has .
in the
ganization was formed Tuesday night :4: V Building = .f
I called for 'i"i'_ ; been going along serenely for many years '":'
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills visitedIn I but a similiar meeting was The extreme speed of Pioneer opened :::::: now, paying its patrons consistently high ::1:1:::
Fort Myers yesterday where they Tuesday of next week to further discuss the eyes of American designers .'"i'' returns, without doing any tricks with +_ :'t'.

: : ; went to bring Mr. Mill's sister Miss l plans. to the possibilities of fashioning :'y their money. 'I'X
Jewel Mills, of Collier City, who will boat. bottoms so the hull would rise ,: .
As a matter of fact, there have been fewer ;'f
: _i'
visit here for several days. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..) practically out of water at full speed. ;::;:;:t: ; actual losses under this plan than under Y.1:
Since' that day almost all facing motor +.:. any other financial plan In the world. That =.+_
L..' D. Monash, of Cleveland, andS. I boats have been of the hydroplane ':"i' covers a lot of territory, but it's the truth. +.y:

H. Cohen, sales manager for the SPECIALChop i type. XX X
Diamond Fruit company, and C. B. I The little French boat was of the +_ + Even the late, unlamented depression, ..;4xx ;

_ Lozier of Belle Glade, who is financing single step type similar to almostall :::: V" which left many other established financial {::
institutions in such bad order, failed _
' V several hundred acres of winter Suey Dinnersin present day hydroplanes. With +_?+_ : tohurt the reputation of the Building 't"
crops near here were in Clewistonon the single step there are two inclined .... and Loan .
.1..; t.
business yesterday. delicious planes, each of which carries a cer- .;.._. _

ORIENTAL STYLE tain proportion of the load. The + .fX..?
well that of J :
McArthurScarboroughThe Fauber design, as as
:::: ::::1:
Dr. Ramus involved having a num- : You to
We Can
following from Monday's ber of planes and steps so. the bot- Y.:' "..:.
Times-Union, will be of interest to tom was quite similar to tho teethof '::00::' Own Your Own Home f

Acquaintance in the county: WATANABE HOTELMrs. a coarse saw. About the only boats XX yy XX

"Gainesville, Oct. 15.'-The many buuilt along the multi-step type now _Ht.X_-' _.

friends of Miss Pauline Scarborough, F. R. Maxwell, Prop. are the ,old Gold Cup racers which *
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Scar- formerly were of the ordinary run- Clewiston Home *!

borough of Williston, will be inter- .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-.:..> about type but were "shingled" so I

ested to learn of her marriage to O.P. to form a series of steps. The un-

McAruthur, son of the late Mr. H. derbody of this type of boat looks .I !

O. McArthur of Gainesville, on Watches Clocks, Jewelry almost exactly like, a shingled roof. n Building Association

V V Thursday evening, October 12 in Jewelry Repairing Hydroplane design is a very ab- "
-' Bronson. struse problem involving the proper :.

"Mrs. McArthur is popular with W. H. MERRITT angles of the various planes so that :'i::"i'::: Administration Building :r.t

both the younger sets of Williston WATCHMAKER & JEWELER each will carry its load and cause a .;.+ AX IISTITUTIOFOR SAVINGClewiston .}.:=

-.Q; and Gainesville and is a member ofa reaction which will lift the boat. If X._. .1 fj
Rear of the planes are too steep there will be Florida
prominent Williston family. i ;i;:
I ::::
if to oflat the
"Mr. McArthur is a member of one Clcwiston Drug. Company added resistance,
of Gainesville's oldest families. His CLEWISTON FLORIDA boat will not lift and there will be a

father, the late H.' O. McArthur, was "We; Are Here To Staf vacuum behind the step. Weight Is I ...i.e.X..X.-.X.-; ; < for years superintendent of the At ? 9? VGiy rAnt( I imoortancft> and It is !!!!I.--: .;. ....;..;i..X.....;..; x-.X""X' I ,

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PAGE: FOUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS t', *nn>Air, ocrofiiteft, tit, toaa it i

SIIOLTZ AND CABINET APPROVE asked the minister. The books and papers on Sunday

$120,000,000 PROGltAM Red Cross Poster of 1933 "Yessuh: Ah's done dat already," School Lessons have devoted today's

said the brother. lesson to a study of temperance, cov-

(Continued from page 1)titutions. for "An is yo' gwine pay up all yo'I I ering mostly alcholic drinks and nar-
Appeals for Help Needyfoul. debts?" cotics.

Under the proposed plan, improve- ed the other. "You ain't talkin' re-
ments at the State Hospital at Chat- "Wait.a minute, pahson!" exclaim- Without using quotation marks we
tahoochee would represent expendi- ligion now-Yo'- is talkin' business!" rise several leading statements: The

tures of 1,062 750. Other items included present generation has been broughtup

in the state projects are: the SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON with little knowledge of the sa-
Boys Industrial School at Marianna, loon. In the world at large, the pre-
Florida Farm Colony at Gainesvilleand r ar 'r S e a (Continued from page 3)) vailing distress caused by national
the Industrial School for" Girlsat rirj Lo Jvj "Y 'r sl, il.<4y f o r Y r 4'S eating meat sacrificed to idols, and dissessions and financial troubleshas

Ocala.: others who were more liberal. "One forced the temperance cause into "
believeth that he mayf eat all things: the background. There is every' t

SCHEDULED ANNOUNCED another, who is weak eateth herbs" reason for reviving the reasons for

FOR DIAMONDBALfe SEASON (Verse 2)). Just who these weak I prohibition and setting forth its.

brethren were is a matter of dispute. 'enormous advantage and blessings."I .
(Continued from page 1)) / fl ; It was natural that the people who can drink or let it alone" Is the

gar Corp.Clewiston. abstained from meat for conscien- drunkard's boast; but drink will not

Motor Co. vs. Fire Depart- tious reason: should feel that all the let him alone. Alcohol is a habit
fig fig'yr1
ment. rest of the brethren should do like- forming drug, as morphine is, or co-
Friday November 10 wise. It is a human and natural ten caine. Total abstinence Is the only

:U. S. Engineers vs. U. S. Sugar Corp. dency for any one with conscientions cure for the drink evil. "One man
Clewiston Motor Co. vs. Clewiston hry' 13vi scruples to critize others If they do should not be forced to actaccordingto

High .School. 'fi +4'.fxx'"% not see and act as he does. If it is I another man's conscience but

: Fuesday November 14 ..ri 3a ;w, .,.0>Y,,,. II a matter concerning which directionsare everyone should be satisfied In his
Fire Department vs. KiwanisU. plainly given in Gods Word own mind, and be careful not to do

S. 'Sugar Corp.. vs. Clewiston Motor iycJvnlgv thehn we have a right to expect that what he thinks wrong." The main
Company people who profess to follow Christ work of temperance advocates Is to

Friday November 17 ; '' should conform to the standard of cultivate the conscience. In the pub-

U. S. Engineers vs. Fire Department the Bible. However, in a multitude of lic schools, the Sunday Schools, the

Kiwanis:. vs.. Clewiston High School cases people in specific situation act church, and the home, temperance
Tuesday November 21 in accordance with their interpretation education should be pushed, so .that

Fire Department vs. U. S. Sugar Corp and application of principles set the underlying reasons for total abstinence -

Clewiston Motor Co. vs. Kiwanis forth in the Bible, while other peoplein should be throughly under-

Friday NoVemebr 24 the same situations apply those stood; and prohibition laws will then

Clewis ton High School vs. U. S. 'Engineers r J F! principles differently. Such being the stand fast, based on the reason. Paul .

case, there .should be charity for said "It Is good neither to eat \

Kiwanis! vs. U. S. Sugar Corp. others. Paul cautioned the two clas- flesh, nor to drink wine, nor any_

Tuesday November 28 ; %;Wak4: ses of people at Rome against uncharitable -I thing whereby thy brother stumbleth -

Clewiston High School vs. Fire De- judgement of each other. or is offended, or is made weak."


Clewiston Motor Co. vs. _U. S. En- .
z r h .h. :
gineers. S :N:N:N N: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:N:N:N:N:.-:N:N:N:N:N:N N:M N N:N:N:N:N:.(
Friday December 1 A

U. S. Sugar Corp. vs. Clewiston High A V vA

School 4 '. : v
Tar. i;
U. S. Engineers vs. Kiwanis }{ ,
Tuesday December 5 'kio : .w:{, { ;:' ''''.L: ;"': :_: School Days Are ::

Fire Department vs. Clewiston Motor -
; {f{:; :: ,- .
Company Play Days :;:

U. S.. Sugar Corp. vs. U. S. Engineers A 1:1
Friday December 8 .2,
!5:.. V
Kiwanis vs. Fire Department T.4 >'':{:' .%:+ A V v'i'
School Clewiston + r.;..vr4
Clewiston High. vs. : r :J.{; .
Motor'.- :,,. r/.W:4ii+fuXN.YM1lYNMUA .S11u1WXXX!.YMVX/XLau.iL'3'J YN.W.L.WA1'.ViJVCYl.w811JJJJXXlM'XXJw+. 'XN.Y W:Cti X ::: Your chIldren play more and work :!:
T'aesSa/ December 12 A

Clewiston Motor Co. vs. U. S. Sugar more while going to schoo1. ,They need :_;:

Corp. v / V
Clewiston High School vs. Kiwanis He was allowed a five minute taking inventory?
15 rest and was able to finish and win A. No. :: good wholesome food to supply the =i:
Friday December .
Fire Department vs. U. S. Engineers the decision. Q. I understand that "staggering + needed ,to do theIr best work.
Kiwanis vs. Clewiston Motor Com- hours" is prohibited under the Presi- :;: energy J

FLORIDA GIVES WETS dent's Re-employment ,Agreement.How +

pany. Tuesday December 19 NEAR 4-1 MAJORITY is the term defined? ::: -..: :

U. S. Engineers vs. Clewiston High A. Any unusual arrangement of 5:: There is no better food than :=
School.U. Tallahassee, Oct. 22 (FNS).-The hours of employees whether with A
portion of Florida's electorate who A f
respect to corresponding hours of
S. Sugar Corp. vs. Fire Depart- A V
ment. exercised their privilege of voting in other employees in the establishmentor A V

the repeal election held October 10 with respect to ordinary practicsin V
:: Grade "A" Raw Milk :;:
reveals a final tabulation of 94,547 the particular business or in the -

fi1cGVIGAN{ AND for repeal and 24,439 against repeal community, if it tends to violate the A A V V

of the eighteenth amendment, spirit of the agreement, is considered A A V V
according to completed figures from "staggering hours" with intent to V
TOMASELLOSAVE Secretary of State Gray's office. V
f evade. Lunch periods are not included V
Each of the state's 67 counties report in work hours. A more defi- V

a wet majority. nite answer depends upon the factsof :: CLEWISTON DAIRY COMPANY:i=
The State canvassing board met in the case, which the interpretation .'. y I
Tallahassee this week to approve the division of the NRA will be glad to .:. '':''
results and declare them official.A ; :
, Moore Haven Democrat answer. :: Phone 333 .5.:
number of counties have filed
: I Q. When does time and third .:.
I .. ,G. L. McGwigan, of Moore their expense bills with Secretary one +
! Haven and Peter Tomasello fo Okee- time begin for overtime when approved V
Gray but many have not yet done. so. *: DRINK MILK FOR HEALTH ::
: ; chobee returned Tuesday morning I :ml stitutioln. merely states,
I More than 5,000 individuals, in-
I', from Washington where they went for example-I that average weekly X X
j eluding clerks and inspectors, will AII.
i3 last week to represent the Lake I j working hours over a specified period

,.- Okeechobee fishermen at a meet-(vices have claims rendered against incident the state to the for elec-ser- :tare to be limited to 40 and no. week- ...................................................................................................................................................................................................
, ing called to adopt an NRA code for ly maximum is given? !
tion. !
(L, the fishing industry of the country. A. Time and one third is to be

!f... Tomasello, who is speaker of the I I paid only for1 hours worked in excess
BEER CONSUMED II . . . . . . . .
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I_- agreed to represent the fishing industry Oct I I I weeks which camprise the period. ,
ji; of the Lake Okeechobee area Tallahassee 25 (FNS)-Beer However, overtime ism only to be allowed ':' .'.
consumption in Florida is V
i without charge and, according to steadily in those special cases either V i
i!> McGwigan.it was largely through I I increasing according to semimonthly enumerated in substitutions or set V A
+ figures made public the State
rif : his efforts that the clause which the i forth in paragraph 4 of the Presi-
Isaac Walton Malt & Vinous Beverage Depart-' dent's Ii CLEWISTON GOLF !
League was attempting Agreement. i I.
.'. ment .During the last two weeks of 1
to insert in the master fishing I(I
September 1,293,434 bottles of legal
code to prohibit the interstate traf- FLORIDA STATE LEADERS ..
beer were sold in the state and 108,- [ '
fic in black bass was modified. Pre- .
790 gallons of keg brew.AXS'EHS _
senting their problem to the leadersof
the nation's fishing industry and TO INQUIRES ,2, -
explaining the disastrous effect V A
(From National Recovery Coral Gables, Oct 22 (FNS- I
which the clause would have the ::
on _<
.Administration) Florida mayors, hotel men, Chamberof ,,;
industry here Mr. Tomassello and
Q. In a retail establishment en- Commerce Secretaries, and newspapermen + ..
Mr. McGwigan enlisted their aid v :.
gaged in several different lines of are invited to be the
nearly 100 per cent and when the I 1
business, should the owner adopt the .guests of Henry L. Doherty at the V
clause was introduced it was modified V
I provisions of codes approved for the Miami Biltmore Hotel the week of V
to include only those states
r different lines of business he is engaged November 19-23, which has been V
; where the interstate sale of black V
I In? designated "Florida Week :
bass was prohibited by state law. Mr. A. Yes, If the business is suffi- I Feeling that an exchange of Ideas I

McGwigan states include says only that those these where few no I ciently departmentized; otherwise between Florida leaders in all linesof i I Open to the Public ] J.

shipments are at present being made .the owner should make an honest decision business and industry is one of I

and will have no effect on the sales as to what forms the bulk: of the greatest factors in the future V A

from local houses.Committees 'his business and operate under those welfare and prosperity of this commonwealth V V A i

representing every provisions and not necessarily the Henry L. Doherty has V ti
section of the ones which are most lenient to him.Q. proposed this meeting as a meansof V .
country and
every ::
At the expiration date of state leaders together ;
branch of the industry are still at bringing: : :i:
work in Washington drafting sub- President's Agreement December for unofficial and informal discus- V V ..

sidiary codes to suit the needs of 31, 1933, what procedure will be followed sions of Florida's problems and op- V y .

their own section and business. ? portunities.The ':' \
A. It is expected that most of the '.' I

SKEETER BARWICK WINS I industries will be under permanent London Taller carries the *.. Moderate Green Fees :;:

IN EIGHT ROUND FIGHT !codes by that time. However, if it best story we have heard in many a I
should happen that the permanentcode Exceptional Fairways II:;:
day illustrating how the average '.'

(Continued from page 1) particular has not industry been, approved the President for a person regards "religion" and bus- :'.:' Interesting Greens :::

most of the early rounds but was has the authority to extend the ex- iness." The story is that of the negro .:. I :I

I. : weakening rapidly in the seventh 'piration date of the PRA until such who was telling his pastor that .?.. I

I J,:.. under a barrage of blows from Joy- 'time as the permanant code has been he had 'got religion.' -- -- --- -- ..

f! nero Early a low in the blow eighth and Barwick received drawn up and approved.Q. "Dat's fine brothah! But is yo'sure .N. .N.N.N.N..M..N..N.N..M..N..N..N..N.N:N:..:N:N:N:N..:N:N:N:N:N:4 N N N:N:N N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N=:N:N:IIi
claimed a Does PRA or NRA fix time for yo' is going to lay aside sin?" .