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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 17, 1933
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
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7. NU3IBER 41. CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 17, 1933 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 YEARSCHOOL



If' TEAM: Armistice Program At MEN'S PAIRS HIGH Red Cross Drive HUNTING SEASONTO b.



:: ; LEADS DIAMONDS Community ChurchFifty IN BRIDGE PLAY Progressing WellThe OPEN MONDAY


persons attended the Inspir- Clewiston chapter of the Red

BALL LEAGUE ing program honoring the World War MONDAY NIGHT Cross has been busy helping needy FOR 193334Local
veterans at the Community Church: families and providing clothes for

Bible class, ,Sunday morning. Highlights I school children., The membershipdrive

v League Standing of the program were a reading, Apparently aroused y' comment 'conducted by the committee nimrods and many visitors

:, 'Won Lost I I"Patriotic Meditations" by Bob Wit- last week in these columns three'headed by E. L Stewart and com- I from the two coast sections and up-

High School................... 3 0 ',Arm-istice : J Clewiston "Bills" set out to disprove posed of Mrs. F. D. Duff, M. W. tate will be in the field next Mon-

Kiwanis ............................ 2 1 Meant in Europe" by Jim the contention that 'women are ': Bigg, Mrs. M. P. Peterson, ,Mrs. I.1 I day with days guns, ready for the

I' Firemen .........................._ 2 1 Beardsley and the "Symbolism of the I ter bridge players than men in bet-I M. Pafford, Mrs. A. W. Lawrence I opening of the hunting season at
Clewiston Motors ............ 2 2 Unknown Soldier" by Grover Poole.' day nights play at the Clewiston P.", Sevin, and Joe Johnson, is pro- noon on that day. Reliable reports

U. S. Sugar ...................... 1 3 'The meeting closed with the readingof I Bill Redelsheimer, ,ably' assisted by gressing well. I from the prairies and woods west

U. S. Engineers .............. 0 3 "In Flanders Fields" by Mrs. G. ,J; V. Lofton, topped the night'o play of the city indicate that quail have

One run' margins won each game in Poole and "Taps". with the tremendous score of 3672 !have come thru the summer in good

Tuesday nights play in thex diamond points above the.,:.average for North- HAM CLUB PLAY shape and will be more plentiful than

ball league, when the Firemen tripped South pairs. Not, far behind ''with a for the past few years. Turkeys-are

", the previously unbeaten Kiwanis in P.-T. A. RECEPTIONON score 2372 points ,above average were I,not so numerous as formerly and
IS BIG SUCCESS
:the'last:inning"to,.win, 8-7, in the first Bill Prewitf'and Bill Owen.. Far, behind :[harder to locate, according to,. adVices '
'
;game, and,a:great bid by the Sugar FATHER'S' NIGHT but still above average was the I of some of the old-time woods
(Company in-the, final inning of the first women's pair, Mrs. Elta ,Pre- .men. What anyone knows ab'out'deer
second game failed "to ',tie the score, witt and Miss Mae Drew, who fin-. The Ham Club scored another success in the territory south of here Is a
ished third. in their production of "Poor ; ., :
the Motors winning 7-6. deep, dark secret.Completion :
The P. T. A. invites everybody to of the Father" Thursday night in the School '
Outstanding
play East-West
Kiwanis 'I I of the hlghway.west
pitcher on
sprung a new I the reception to the new teachers, at auditorium. A fat part gave Ed But-
the crowd: little Art Lawrence, and pairs was by Miss Katherine Deam ;of here has opened up an area
.. ; the Fathers Night meeting Satur-,' ler ample opportunity to do his stuffas I
and Mark Lawler, the only, pair who
.. the newcomer' should have broken in to hunting that has proven attractive
day, Nov. 18 at 7:30. There will be George Washington Brown, a jug-
: the league with a win to his credit. finished with a plus score which; to many visitors to the
,
county,
with truth. Ed
and
dances by Peggy Gallant and Julia gler tips as a !I
He allowed only nine hits, and walked was 1555 points above the average. I and a number of parties from West
: Ann Oglesby, directed by Virginia negro character can't be beat; he always
1. but three men. Some of Art's sup- : the Palm Beach will ,be in Clewiston
tickles in
Gallant ;a violin. solo. by Roy Green Shelley' the youngsters I
port was really.sparkling, the Kiwanis .Sunday and Monday on the way to
front rows and is good for many
Jr.; music by the male quartet, Curt !
infield playing the best ball yet seen Grover Poole were also above average I the palmettos and pines in the lower
Woodward, Marshall Yenawine, Phil guffaws from the rest of the audi-
on the local diamond.? Some .slow East-West. The high score of end of the county.
Last he did all
not
night'
Peterson, and Jim Beardsley; talks I ence. get'
work in the outfield, and a two-base Lofton-Redelsheimer was made in the laughs, plenty went to Art Law- Doves are abundant around, the
M. E. Von Mach of the
overthrow by Beardsley which let in. by one spite of their failure to arrive at a lake shore as well as in the edge of
( rence, the earnest psychology
young
fathers ,and M. G. school
Langford ::
two runs in the big second inning little slam in Diamonds on Board 7, student. the timber country.

., rally of the Firemen, put Art in the principal, and ,a minuet directed by a bid reached by every other North- Some stock company will snap up There are more ducks in the lake

L: hole. The ,game started off like a Mrs G. B. Thomas and Mrs. F .M. South pair. Six was made on this our George Schauerman yet. He con- this year than last, and the number

I slugging bee, Kiwanis shoving across: Wright, accompanied by Mrs. Mark I board by every pair except Owen Pre- tinues to improve with each perform: in areas under water outside of

two runs in the first on three hits Lawler, and performed by the kin- I wltt, who were-set one trick by1' the ance., As the befuddled bachelor there .the ,drainage districts is comparable

.- and a walk. Three hits, a walk and dergarten' childrep,: Junior Mills, perfect defensive play of Mrs. Shel- was a finish and ease to his acting not to 1924 and 1925

two'errors gave the Firemen five,runs Larry Royal, Bruce Beardsley Faith ley. Other feature plays were by often attained by amateurs.Si Bluebills are as common as ever,

''and a shortlived lead in their half Louises Mitchel, Nora Oglesby, Nancy Miss Katherine Deam, the only West Sias, Roberta George, Marcia but also noted have been pintails,

of the second. The old-timers tied Wright, Grace Ward, Peggy Lawkr player who bid a small slam on Board Avant, Gratton George, ,Louise Wal- mallards, redheads Florida black,

this up in their half with three scores Joan Crouch Mary Louise Tho iias 9, took two finesses and made the dron, Evelyn Hare, and Jewel Lawrence I'caup, widgeon, and both" "* green-
three hits sandwiched around 'a Eleanor Percy, and Shirley Am
i on the contract; and by Mr. Owen showed they were old stagersby winged and blue-winged teal. Lake

J r pair of infield errors. Two hits in the Owen. North, who bid 5 Clubs as a save on their naturalness. Small parts, water is too high to leave much .exposed .

third got Butler's Boys nothing :when Board 14, was doubled and made the well done, were taken by two new shoreline, the favorite haunt

Fontaine took Cato's grounder and KIWANIS HAVEWLDGAMEDIMER contract 'for 700 points. At every performers, Mary. Moore and Beder of jack snipe, but some back country -
stepped on third base for a forceout .
other table East made a contract of Nail. areas are well populated with
'r to end the inning. The Nail boys combined -
r 4 Spades a gain to the OwenPrewitteam these sporty fIlers
t. to put the Kiwanians one,ahead .
of better than 1200 points
i in the fourth, when Bo scored onCam's MS. DUFF WINS Sale of ammunition, says Cecil
':= drive, over short, making }jt Five .sessions. .of play' have been I Parkinson of the Clewiston Supply
Acting on suggestion of J. E:. Baker, in the tournament which
completed I ,
Co. local dealer'in hunting supplies
6-5. Joe Cato tied the score for the FLAG TOURNEYPlaying
i, Kiwanis' Club voted unanimously to each at 8 '
continues night
Monday .
Red Shirts in the sixth whence came suggests that more of the local, shoot.
_.. stage wild game dinner at the Wat- 'I
o'clock at the Clewiston Inn.
andDart's after 'duck than for
'l :_ over after his triple : single. ers are going
; _1r,, Kiwanis went in the lead again, 7-6, anabe Hotel at the regular meetingon Standing o fthe contestants to around the nine holes in birds. "
next night. A numberof
Wednesday
t 4. ,, in their half of the same inning, ,Tom date: 46, two shots under her allowance, I In Florida, a State Game Commission
the members to be in the
Shelley making the rounds on his propose North-South Elizabeth Duff placed ,her second fifty Geo. W. Davis, at Tallahassee,
single, a steal of second and two in' field with guns and dogs on Mondayand W. C. Prewitt 1712 yards short of No. 1 green to win I has charge of, enforcement of the

field'outs.. The Firemen were not to Tuesday, and are expected to Ruth Beardsley 1399J. the Armistice Day Flag Tournamentat regulations and control of the issuance
bring back enough quail to supply the V. Lofton 1342 Clewiston Golf Course. In second I
[ be denied and two long drives with of licenses thru the county
feed tho ducks doves not
and
,some slow outfielding gave them two barred., Main discussion of the are W. C. Owen 1092 place was Dorothy Redelsheimer, who I I judges in each county. County Judge
eve-
runs and the lead again. With two Viola Owen 781 went around in 48, three strokes under H. A. Rider, at the Court house in
ning was of the local economic situa- :
out in the last half Captain Fontaine Art Shea 615 her allowance, but ran into trouble :LaBelle, will Issue all licenses for
put the ,Kiwanis in the running witha tion, .since no program had been ar- Dorothy Redelsheimer 208 down the No. 1 fairway to finish 150 I Hendry County, and it is not known

double to right center, but he was. langed. W .M. Redelsheimer: *". 200 yards short of the pin. Five playerstied I that he has deputized anyone to represent -

out stealing third. Elta Prewitt 74 for third place. Lloyd Sparrow, 1! his office in Clewiston. For

Cam Nail led the hitters of both Work ProgressesOn Evelyn Shelley ,.,.. 15 local pro., announces 'matches for the residents the state license, permit

teams, getting three out of four, Mae Drew 28 coming Sunday at the course will be ting hunting anywhere_ .in the State

I while Bob Dean was close with two New ClubhouseThursday Lucille Downs ,*::;' 207 best ball foursomes. costs $8.00; fee for home county,

out of three and a walk. Joe Cato, Keith Hartsfield '- :084 |1.25; for county other than home

Harvey Guthrie and Tom Shelley each Agnes Thomas -1231 Legion Will Beautify county $3.25. For non-residents, a
got two out of three. Fielding fea- afternoon work had prog- East-West., license fee of $25.50 covers the entire
ressed the '
clubhouse
tures were contributed by Cecil Park- on new sufficiently Katherine Lawler 1162 state.
to indicate its future Clubhouse GroundsA
inson, who played his first game at appearance. Mark Lawler 860 Open season in Florida ,on deer .
," second base for the Kiwanians, and Foundation was in, framing jip, and Marguerite Alston 724 males only, is from Nov. 20 to Dec
'
.
a made a brilliant 'one-handed stab to roof going on.Construction Mrs. Pafford 459 start having been finally made to- (Continued on page 4)

"$, .:. rob Cy Cruse of a triple, and by Ed vision of Horace is under the super- (Continued> on page 4)) ward a community club-house in
-r Butler whose rifle throw from right Bestor, one of the Clewiston, with the construction un-
field got Alston at the plate in. the trustees, who is rapidly pushing the der way at the Golf course, the local Beans Being Shipped

fourth.. 'Cy Cruse, of the Firemen. project to completion., Subscriptionsto FT. MYERS GOLFERS post of the American Legion at its
leading slugger of the league, failedto I the fund in the form of $12 annual meeting last Friday voted to undertake Despite Bad Market

get'on base in four trips. He was memberships- are coming- in daily... all responsibility for the land-

hitting hard, but not "where they I Iain't but additional memberships are need WIN SECOND TIME scaping of the grounds: It was broughtout
ed to The '
," which Hugh Duffy once said assure satisfactory arrange- that tree planting has been one Bean growers in Clewiston-, ,
is the secret of hitting. I ments at, the club' house. Mr. Bestor, -- of the major civic betterment activities Lake Harbor section continue to"pick

Bob Mitchell, who is improving with Jay trustee.Moran. and. E. E. Kelly are Fort Myers News Press of the post, and the work of in the hopes that' cold ,weather will

every -'game, got off to a bad start Tentative plans for finan- The Fort Myers Golf and Country making the surroundings of the new reduce some of the volume of beans
cial aid to the clubhouse plan include community clubhouse presentablewould which has been rolling steadily for:
pitching for the Sugar Company in club team captured the ,second of
the'second game against the Clewiston, a benefit' dance to be given on Thanksgiving ;fits matches with, Clewiston golfers be in line with previous policy. the past two weeks to the northern
Eve at the Clewiston Inn, and Direction of the work will be in the markets. Reports from practicallyall
Motors Hooks' outfit
; Pop jumped .by a score of 32 1-2 to 13 1-2 in
,
the sale
of a. radio now on. display showed them
last week
chairman of
hands of F. Deane Duff markets
I the match at the ,
(Continued on'page 4) at the Clewiston play Ft. Myers club
Co.
Drug 'Sunday afternoon. the post's Civic Affairs committee, overstocked, with some stock being
who will furnish the necessary shrub: refused by the receivers, and sold for
Palm Beach Teams COLLIER COUNTY OPEN I As the foursomes were: coming in bery and trees. charges. Toward the end of the

TO HUNTERS THIS YEAR: 'from the last nine holes of play, a week there was a slightly better tone,
DAVIS CORRECTS ERROR| feature match of Terry Dolson, Fort
F.
Play Here SaturdaySome I REPEAL and some sales were made on an
II I iMyers professional, and Coley West- ELECTION EXPENSES 0. B. basis at Lake Harbor atrf75c_

Tallahassee, Nov 16 (FNS)-j brook, leading, amateur, against AVERAGE 45 CENTS PER VOTE. a hamper, altho northern market quotations -.

fast games are in prospect Sportsmen may kill and trap game I Lloyd Sparrow Clewiston pro. and Nov were not above $1.50 for the
' for Saturday night at Kiwanis Fieldin and fur bearing animals in the eastern -i|Tom Shelley, Clewiston club cham- Tallahassee, 16 (FNSThestate best quality stock.' Rumors of $1.00

Clewiston, predicts Dave Alston, part of Collier County this season pion, went one extra hole where the treasurer's office reported that sales over the weekend were not veri
'I'
t committee chairman for,Kiwanis, who without fear of molestation, as''contest ended in favor of the Fort the repeal election In Florida in fled, and early this week some' good

announces the appearance here of long as they observe bag limit and Myers players when Westbrook holeda which 122, 688 ballots, were cast, I stock sold at 65c FOB. cars. At least
two teams from the West Palm Beach other technicalities of game laws, long putt. cost the state nearly 45 cents a vote. five cars rolled unsold from this section ':

r A": City League.\ In the first game to Conservation Commissioner George j I|I i In other matches Ed McCann and Close to 7,000 individual checks I on' Wednesday, and as many more

.y t- -j ,start promptly at 7:30 the Postoffice W. Davis announced. Charlie Burnette, Punta Gorda golfers totaling $53,842.85 are being mailed'I were on track Thursday. %

team from the East Coast City will Davis said that the part of Collier who played for the sugar country from Comptroller Lee's office direct Possible frosts in unfavorable loc!\*(
"
oppose the Clewiston Motors, and the county lying east of the 'Everglades aggregation, defeated Frank to the clerks inspectors and business I tions keeps pickers in the fields, grow;') ,
second game will line up the visiting -Immokalee canal north of Tamiami Stout and Carroll Swmney by a score firms who rendered service to the ers expecting to have cars on track'or

Loxahatchee team against the Fire-i trail, with the exception of a one (of 2 1-2 to 1-2; Joe Sandberg, captain state Incident to the recent Federal rolling if a large part of the present -
men of the local league. Admissionto mile strip immediately,north the trail :I of the west coast team, and J. ,Constitutional Amendment election acreage should suffer damage

the Field will be the usual dime, and extending from the canal to the;{C. McDowell, defeated J, J.' Harrington i Five counties have not yet sub- from cold. Certainly there is no profit,

and a big crowd is expected. Playingof eastern boundary of the county,'I and H. R. Hall 2 1-2 to 1-2 !mitted their, audited election* costs..' injresent: ) prices. Sales in New York:

the local tens has improved rapidly, would be open to the taking of game points N. G. Walker and Hugh:It is estimated that, the total expense on Thursday morning, of fair quality '

and they should furnish the Coast and fur bearing animals, despite all Mauck routed E. P. Shelley and Capt. I will exceed $55,000 when all the Bountifuls were at $1.00 and $1.12f:

Leaguers with some real opposition. (Continued on page 4) (Continued on page 4)) county returns are reported. (Continued on page 4) "





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PAGE TWO THE CLEWISTON NEWS I FRIDAY NOVEMBER, 17, 1033:
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The Clewiston News PROHIBITION'S OUT-WE'RE On Monday Dr. and Mrs. J. W.

WORSE OFF THAN EVER Ezelle moved into their new houseon
Published every Friday In Clewiston, I TOO LATE TO BY Pone de Leon Avenue between:

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, Now that we're all set to go and Mr RUSSELL KAYsure Circle and Crescent. Mr. and Mrs.
CLASSIFYAnd
Inc. prohibition is safely out of the con Tom Shelley are living with them. .
+
t. n4i stitution-or will be when all the

i Entered as second class matter, !'ratifying is completed- let us look I I

February 1, 1027, at the Post Office Ito I the future of Florida. Before liq- I just about the time it beganto the utmost enjoyment to the Watches Clocks, Jewelry l

at Clewiston, Florida, under the Act uor can be sold legally in this state look like the "white-ribbon", industry visitor and serve to sell tho glories Jewelry Repairing s
of March 3, 1897. In this country was doomed, I' ".
.
I we will have to possess our souls in and advantages of Florida to all who
along came North and South Caro-1: i' W. H. MERRITT
until November
patience next' year- here.Miamians.
come
A devoted to the best
newspaper / Una to save' the day.I I '
interests of Hendry county, Florida.It's a whole twelve months of arid dry- !I should urge the, tourist, WATCHMAKER & JEWELERRear
leading"newspaper.. I ness-or at least, we'll have to patronize don't know who owns the COpy- :
right on "Carolina Moon" but i to visit the famed Singing Tower, or
our, bootleggers until such any- t.-
time as. we can vote an amendment :how he ought to be happy for Caro- beautiful Silver Springs, the Rlngling Clewiston Drug. Company :r ..'. _
Subscription rate year.$2.00Outside
per ,
Into our own constitution to wipe lina "moon" is now insured con- Art Museum and circus winter ,CLEWISTON; FLORIDAP.

of State of Florida-$2.50 I'I out another. After all that is over tinued popularity.And quarters, ,In turn citizens of the west O. Box 521

we will revert to the old liquor mess it looks like there was more.
,
Business Office, Clewiston News, : coast should encourage the visitor to J .that Is! We go back to nineteen for truth than poetry, In that old gag .
Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and i see the marvelous east coast, Daytona -
:the particulars. We will have the old about what the Governor of North '
Advertising, same. I IDon't I i
:local option arrangements. When Carolina said to the Governor of : with its world, famous beach '
i( (-------.x.--:..:N:. ,
I Florida dried up with the rest of the .South Carolina. the charming Indian River country,
tell us what you used to do
"When things went all your way; country there were only six sane I But you do have to admire the Palm Beach Miami, and the Royal ForEngraved -
counties. All the others were dry. way those Carollnans stand togetherto
,
Palm Park .Nor should, forget '
The fellow who gets to the top we
Dade, Hillsborough, Duval, :Escam-; protect local industry. :
Is the :hustler of today.Dr. west_ Florida, with its historic inter- Christmas Cards
bia, St. John and Munroe countieswere r And now if Mrs. Peabody really ,
A. B.
: J. Savage.
i wet. In the dry counties thirsty (I meant what she said, Orlando will est: its red clay ,hills and interestingcities. and'Persondt

That long time between drinks Is boys and girls could order one quart 'probably lose ,another, citizen when "

<', evidently the length of time it takesto i ofliquor a month from a wet county. ',she takes up her residence. in one of We should remember that printers !

travel: : from the southern border The penalty for having more thana 'the Carolinas. For a while it looked ink Is not the only form of,advertising I StationerySee

of South Carolina to the northernborder 1 one-quart-a-month; thirst in a dry "like she was gonna be a woman without ,
that Courtesy consideration -
pay .
'of North Carolina. .county was up to five hundred dol- a country. oi ;

lars fine and six months in the : . and service shown the visitor EVELYN. HARE
'
We refuse.to run a temperature I calaboose. Tie that one! In the six I after arrival Is equally as importantas :l'Representing
Next week a group of important
because this fellow Arno got a black wet counties you could only buy liquor attracting them and bringing them
I :Floridians will gather at 'the' Miami ,
York
Wallace Brown Nerf.
eye out'at a Hollywood night club, from a half pint up. No smal- ,
I Biltmore, guests of Colonel 'Henry'L. 'here.
and can't see where the incident ler amount could be sold. (Who (

would be worth all the newspaper I would want a smaller amount than I,Doherty; to' discuss' ways and meansof Remember, every inter'visitCr ..............:........."........'..'"........................'....................... tI.:.;'

publicity; given it if everybody in the I that?) Nothing but sealed packages I advertising the state. has his own: .circle of ,friends. ,and ,ac- "
,( Never in the' history' of Florida

right club had gotten a black eye.- of liquor could be sold. No minor, female i was, there more opportune time foran quaintance. He writes the folks back ...;......;......:..:..:..:--:..:..:.. :..:--x-x.. :..:..:..:--:. y-
Avon Park Times. or Individual with a jag on Intelligent well planned'advertlsI home of his experience and never
,
.. could purchase even the half pint.'' !
ing campaign Interest created by : tires of telling them, about: his trip
Could the Governor of Georgia (Tough on the ladies ,that one.) No I SPECIAL
I the Florida exhibits at' the Centuryof when he returns. The Impressions he :
,
have in mind the Governor of Flor habitual drunkard could buy liquor.No "
+ Progress can be crystalized if all 'L
ida when: he refers to those who tear liquor for sale on Sundays and !gains while: our guest determineshow ;
agencies in'the state ,will forget petty'jealousies
through Georgia towns "like a bat between six a. m. and seven p. in. soon he will come'back' and,how Chop Suey Dinnersin
and selfish interests long
out of hell?" The Florida Governor :or primary election days. The
he will bring with him.
enough to join in a' united effortto many delicious
was fined for alleged speeding place where they peddled the hootch
sell, not this locality ,or that locality 'So while we consider plans to at-
through a Georgia town remember. mustn't be connected with other
any ORIENTAL STYLE' -
but the state as a whole tract more tourists, lets not neglect -
.Avon Park Times. i:building, yard or warehouse. (No. The charm and 'allure of Florida is the matter of how we shall receive

'' I backdoor stuff in them days.) The I not confined to any one section. We and treat'them after they arrive. Any TUESDAY and FRIDAY NIGHTS
'GIVE'lIE A SOFT JOB couldn't have blinds the
place on
,
I should encourgae the tourist to tour attempt to establish excessive rents,

I windows screens on the doors, chairs the state 'rather than attempt' to'hold high hotel rates, and 'increased living
Relief workers report that while ,to sit on, settees to neck on, tables WATANABE HOTEL .
community. costs should be
him in one discouraged. Such '
thegreat majority of those unfor- to sit altor benches to fall over. -
tunates with whom they, are brought ,Theremust be no musical entertainment Nothing will be 'lost by such a n'will only serve to drive away Mrs. F. R. Maxwell? Prop..
practice. On the other hand it will j those who come and cause others to
in contact
are earnestly seeking vaudeville sow in connec- timulate business in all sections In- stay away. ':":":":":":":":------.r--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. work; continued support from the tion-and no other attraction of any J

state or from organized charity pro- kind. (Goodbye, radio.) Nobody I

duces noticeable growth in the pro-I' could be in the place. (Who would No person was ever honored ,for

portion of :those who would rather''II'to after buying a sealed package?) what he received., Honor has been -,. .-- .
continue to be public charges than I
And there mustn't be naughty
any the reward for what he gave-Calvin
'I
make the effort to To the ladies-
support themselves. pictures, undraped statues, or copies Coolidge.

Here is a wail of the times: J of Ballyhoo lying around. The' owner

"I hear men cry for a chance'to 'I I was not allowed, have a light burn- COMMANDMENTS ;FOR ,HUNTERS, From week to week we add many' items to our

fly at the job that suits them best, Ing at night. And there\ had to be no line, of pleasing merchandise ,for your selection. We appreciate

and what I crave is a chance to''screens, shades, blinds, curtains' or Cometh now the Ten Command- your patronage and ,the suggestions you give us

slave at a job with lots o'f rest! The ;!'anything likethat to prevent a bunch ments for sportsmen issued on the as to, what cosmetics novelties, etc:, you 'like.: '"

things I say and the games I play, .of drys from gawping' In. The place eve of the hunting season, nine by

i and the hours I keep at night, all where the liquor' was sold could not the Advisory Board to ,the United ow we announcecARMAND'S a

i make me yearn or a chance to earn- be more than three feet above 'the States Migratory Bird Treaty Act,and I

i but" I want my labor light! I. pavment '''nor more than three feet the tenth by the American Game Association .

"Give me a soft job, brother, one below it. (No upstairs and no base- for the protection of all i j ',. "

I with a lot of ease, a job I can do in':'|ment evidently.) Another bright game, particularly wild fowl, which, j cosmetics

a minute or two, and with minimum'Idea wasthat no liquor could be sold have recently suffered depletion
effort please. I I I As !.worthy addition to our stock. You will find an Ar- .
,
,on credit. And no debt for ,liquor through the drought and other'caus- ,
Some people toil to till the soil 'I ruand product to, suit ,your desire. .
could be collected in court. (Now es obtaining the last three ye'a.r .

but none of that stuff for mine I|you couldn't get credit how could says a bulletin from the American I I '

I plead for a chance for my old blue the second idea ever become neces-!'Game Association. Clewiston Drug Co.
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pants, and I want the ., I ,
seat to shine. "
I i'vary?) Where liquor was' sold no>t The commandments for sportmen
I cry and sob for the kind of a job eats of kind could be '
any bought. are not graven on stone nor brought i Phone 345
that has no labor to it-if such there !!'And before a could get permitto : i
guy a down from the mountains on high, j "
be, just show it to me ;if there's no- I
sell liquor he must secure an application but pecked out with a hunt-and-
thing to do-I'll do it! signed by a majority of the
punch system on a rickety typewriter -

"Give me a soft job, brother, one ;'white voters and a majority of the i ; nevertheless officials point out,
,
that is mostly talk. I'm a big success registered voters actually "
Colored the observance of these 10, command

doing nothing or less, or taking the 'residing and the application with all ments for sportsmen are jUt'as vital II............................................................. .. ... ... .. . =..
dog for a walk.-The Optimist. ': .. . . . . . . .. .,..'- ..................:O............:O.--.......'01'.......... ,
(i the names on it had to, be, advertisedfor to preserving the welfare of game as 't"Q

two weeks at the applicant's expense Moses' : Ten Commandments are to
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THE BEAN KINGS' > J preserving the welfare of, the, human i
t
". ;,- Miami Daily' News I After studying all the rules and I soul. ;In fact, officials point out, Goodbye
in force when
regulations prohibition the 10 commandments for'sportmen
Palm Beach and I
Broward Counties hit the state we naturally come to be more vital In preserving'wild i

lead green the nation in the production of 'the conclusion that all the dam-fools may life: especially ducks, for, ,many, spe- :: PROHIBITION! ,! :'!
; beans. Another '
Florida
county, j'weren't in the last legislature.- cies are reaching stages of depletionthat ,
y
Marion, is third in
production al-
k
Miami Post.A threaten extinction.
though edged out in total value ?

Los ment Angeles county. But< the govern by NON-SUBSCRIBER ion The that Advisory the present Board is plight of the of opin-our =!: But no liquid refreshment, 3:

report on this
humble legume Two men met after several years. water fowl is in part due to dis-

I that nations is so diet important reminds a part of part'Florida the 'One had moved to another town. An- regard for high standards: of sportsmanship ..j.;. you can get will ever beat :t

us of the !,'other friend had located there abouti in water-fowl hunting andit ,

\ With fresh plays vegetables in supplying: the nation !I the same time and the first was asking believes that substantial benefits I good wholesome milk.. I' :i

, throughout the the second how the mutual friend will accrue If unsportsmanlike, practices

'' year. was getting along. and abuses are eliminated or =i= Drink, a.quart every day : {
Florida has led all
other
states for I I "Well," was the answer "he reduced to a minimum," a resolution

for years table in producing use, although snap it beans' fresh don't amount: to much. Don't take adopted recently by the Board 'states. I and marvelat, the results. i i

has lagged I I any interest in anything and very The 10 Commandments are: A
far behind in canning them. Similarly s, '
few people know him all birds In -
after
even 1. Take your a sportsmanlike 9 :
it has topped them ,all in produc- :I I I these years. Why, he don't even take way and avoid excesses. l' Sweet milk buttermilk ::
ing tomatoes :
for ,the table, but not'r I the local and'refrain ,
paper. ,2. Select your birds ..
for cans. It has been .'f.
neglecting its "Maybe 'the local paper is a sorry from destructive flock shooting.. '
'
opportunity too long in _: chocolate milk !
vegetables. preserving rag," suggested the first man. 3. Refrain from shooting at birds cream *

"No, it's a pretty good local paper. beyond reasonable 'killing"'range.; ?

But these are not the only vege- Better than most. And it's trying 4. Never shoot at birds on the butter X
tables produced in i
greater volume by hard t.o boost our town.." water' unless badly crippled.,, t
Florida
than othr
l any state. Al- "Not exactly," was the response. 5. Retrieve your down birds and

though latest figures are not avai- 'He hasn't gone blind, has he?" avoid all possible -waste. +1
l I lable, Florida : ..
, customarily is 'at the x ,
asked the first ., 6. Do'not patronize commercial -
head of the list in green peppers and I"He's like the old story of the mule i' shooting stands where abusess are r@
f
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egg 'plant of the (nation's providing nearly 60 percent : that ran into the tree. The dealer practiced. :: CLEWISTON 'DAIRY COMPANY I

output) cucumbers said the, mule wasn't blind, he just 7. If you feed ,girds during the
f
celery: and-shocking as it may didn't :. s
give a d m. -Exchange. season, continue 'it as long as feed ...
be to Georgia-watermelons! We Is beneficial :}. Phone 333 :k '
' have been second, too, in the '
produc- "I see you have a humming bird 8. Do your part to restore, breed, o

t tion of early potatoes. tattooed on your chest," observedthe ing grounds and maintain refuges.. =

''I Too' often we forget that Florida doctor as he examined the ex-gob. 9. Be a sportsman-obey the law, :: DRINK \,MILK ,FOR HEALTH ==i=

is supreme in other things than climate -) "Doc," replied the patient, "beforethe and Insist! that others do likewise. y X "y

('. too, .a and great'grapefruit.vegetable We kingdom have ,here and, I,.alle depression that was a' sprading dators 10. Swat that, prey the 'crow upon and game.other pre- I.....!................-....,......!.......-.........!..........................................-.-....!....-..........'...".. ..-...........,............... ............'.-.o..,"V"i........... ..,I : .,'


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Mrs. Joe Godfrey has been very Mr.. and Mrs. 0. A.;. Gane spent been making 'biscuits during the f so far. The pitching of Hare and

Personal Mention I'ill--this week. Wednesday here. Mr. Gane is insur: past week and the girls have to eat Moore has been excellent.. Moore Just

J ance representative of the Alfred H. their own products. This accounts I II I missed a shutout against the Sugar

Mrs. Cora Cothern of Lakeland is Wagg Co. in West PalmBeach.. for those pale faces we have been Co. 4-1. He let the Sugar boys down

visiting her son Van, and Mrs. Van seeing. I with only 2 hits. However, thQ'
J. H. Jones of Fort Myers spent Cothern. Miss Effie Craig -and Miss Lucile HIGH SCHOOL DIAMOND BALL school knowing that one' Inning can

Monday night at the Inn. Barre of Barberton, Ohio, visited Mr. By Richard Bestor wreck the work of a, season, Is' not
Newcomers at the ,Barracks include and Mrs. Marshall Yenawine for sev-' The Clewiston High School has over confident.The .

R. H. Collins spent last week-end at, A.' C. Carlisle of Jacksonville and eral days before going on to Miami won her first three games and cap best batting
'averages are
his home in Coral Gables.' I W. Coleman. for the winter. tured the league lead by virtue or 'Avant .600; '

I the Firemen nosing out the Kiwanis Clark .... .
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Mrs. Clyde Byrd went to West Shas. Recio sugar dryer at the Art Lawrence received a, telegram 18-7 Tuesday night. The Kiwanis get :Moore '
Palm Beach Wednesday. mill for several seasons, has returnedto Tuesday from M. G. Langford an- 'their chance .500
Friday night to knock Hare
,444
T work from his home in Tampa.Mr. nouncing the arrival of a seven pound the school out of the undisputed league -
'f.!: Mrs.E. A. Schult has gone to West boy in Gainesville. Mrs. Langford I
.., ,,, lead and into a tie with the Ki-
: } Palm Beach for a few days. and Mrs.;Frank Roderiguez and and son are doing well. !'wanis. The past performance of the Auto Tag ReceiptsAre

Mr. and Mrs., E.. P. Mut ux' ,spent I'school team is
Fred Puryear. of Sarasota is visit- Saturday sightseeing in Fort Myers. Miss Katherine Smith, former commendable. With '
: Bobby Hare the Less Than 32 ,
on mound In the
ing his sister, Mrs. Claude Downs. stenographer in the Sugar Co. office /first :,
'game the
High Schooleeked
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills and, chil- lg back from a prolonged visit in'win out a

Miss Mignonne Saint Martin spent dren spent Sunday in Fort Denaud Georgia. Miss Smith's,, health was over the Firemen 5-4. Hare allowed Tallahassee Nov. 16 (FNS-
Sunday with relatives on the east much her, only 3 hits and whiffed 9 bat-,
vaCt
improved
with Mrs..Mills' parents, Mr. and Mrs. by on. ters. From present available figures, the
'
' coast. Solon B. Crews. 'I
I W. G. Stang and associates of Belle I Heavy hitting did not feature the state revenue from the sale of automobile
k
Mrs. Kolstad and her mother Mrs. New residents at'the Barracks Glade were in Clewiston,Tuesday pro- School's end of the game, either. license tags will 'be approximately

Sears spent Tuesday in West Palm Apartments are Mr. and Mrs. Steve moting local interest in the formation : -,Crews let our boys down with only I $400,000 less this :year>than.

Beach., Hogg and two children, Frances and of a Mortgage Loan Company un- (!15 hits but that was enough. The In 1932. Only about 15 days 'remain

Steve, Jr., from Miami: der the Reconstruction Finance Cor- 'game with the Firemen was the only Curing which 1933 tags will be on
Mr. and.Mrs. F. MacKenzie' spent poration Act, at a meeting in Belle really close game for the school. ('sale, so there will be little change In

a few days at their home in Lake Mrs. Paul Deam visited her family Glade Thursday, the 16th. I'I The School batting averages were the final figures on account of tags

City, here over the week-end., Mrs John''' fattened considerably in the Clewis'sold in November. /

Nor of West Palm Beach accompaniedMrs. Business visitors in town includedJ. I,ton Motor Company game. Avant !!! The Motor Vehicle Department on:

A new member of ,the Engineering: Deam. M. Couse' of Moore Haven, P. McCabe 'nicked Montgomery and Hooks to the 'November 1, had issued 6,244 fewer

force is ,H.,,; P. Armstrong of New Or;' and S. W. Ferguson of Miami, tune of 4 hits; Clark hit two 32- tags than for 'the corresponding period

leans. niMrs.; Mary Hayes,Davis, editor and and E. H. Dennison of Plant City. II I base hits and there were home runs 1 1I last year. The total income from

publisher of the Hendry County News Stanley McCorkle of New Smyrna I I by Roy Green, George Waldron, and''the more than 30 different types of

Business trips to Pahokee ,and Ar(1) made a business trip to: Clewiston returned to work at the mill. He was Coburn Moore. (I motor license tags was $4,846-;
( cadia' were made by F. R. Maxwell Wednesday. I I accompanied by his'father and mother
The playing of the 607.97.
: School infield
' this week. who spent Saturday here. I I I r
y Ronney Effting has recently, enrolled while not ragged, is not quite up ,to 1)j Tags purchased since July 1 were
the standard set by several of the bought reduced rates, enacted by ,
'Week-end. visitors in Jacksonville in the kindergarten conducted by A recent letter from D. W. I'.'
Beard's-//I better teams in the league. On the'the 1933 legislature and accounts, in:
were Lt. and Mrs. N. L. Hemingwayand Mrs_F. M.:.Wright at her home. Mrs. ley, former resident of Ritta, I II ,I
other hand the school has one of the part for the 'reduced revenue'.
J. A. Riviere. Wright spent Wednesday in West visit to the Art Exhibit of the
,a cen-I I best outfields in the entire circuit.As I j I State Income derived from, the sale
Palm Beach visiting the private kindergarten tury: of Progress where he "
for the batteries the into the state
of licenses
New residents are Mr. and Mrs. A. of Mrs. Wm., Reynolds.The favorably impressed by ,the young i its HlghSchool'sI I'I motor goes
second to none. That has been school revenue fund, 'for'paym nt of
H. Davis. Mr. Davis is with the Atlantic lady guiding the party that he inquired j I I I
:proved. Also that accounts for the [teachers' salaries and bus transportation
: Ladies I
Dredging Co. Weekly Golf match was her ,name. She proved to be i
by Mrs. F. D. Duff. School having won all of her games .
won Other competitors Martha Williamson, daughter of FredC. I J

"Buck" Compton spent the week were Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs.H. Williamson former General Manager -

end with his mother; Mrs. M.. H. Harmon Bestor, Mrs. J. P. Percy, Mrs. Fred of the Clewiston Company and

in West Palm :Beach. Hill, Mrs. N. L. Hemingway, :Mrs. the Building Material Company.. Miss

Lloyd Sparrow, and Mrs.. ''W., M. Martha and her, sailboat are well re-

Martin Gersie has accepted a posi- Redelsheimer membered here.A .
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tion with a dry cleaning establishment Bang Bang

: :..in West Palm Beach. High score was made by Mrs. J. W. Clewiston ladies ,
party of motored -
Ezelle bridge
at a party given Monday -

Mrs. A. A. Weybrecht: of, West by Mrs. Gayle McFadden in hon- to Palm Beach Wednesday to a I I

:Palm Beach called on Mrs. W. M."'or, of Mrs.' Tel Effting who" has recently bridge luncheon at the' home of MrsF. Season
Bedelsheimer Tuesday. mqved here from West Palm E. Bryant. First' prize, a lovely Opens MondayRemington
'
Beach. Others present were Mrs. crystal vase, was won by 'Mrs. F. W.
Wright. A double deck of cards
.Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hough of Fort I, M. Pafford, Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, was
awarded Mrs. W. C. Owen for second.
Myers called here Tuesday. Mr. Jr., Mrs. ,F. R. Maxwell, Mrs. D. G.'
I Other Mrs. F. D. Duff
Hough is with the Standard Oil Comp Alston, and Mrs. J. T. Remagen. guests were' ,
Mrs. H. J. ,B. Scharnberg, Mrs. J. P

ny. Rev. and Mrs. ''w; ,Furgess and Percy, Mrs. Claude Downs, Mrs. N. L. Shells H
Hemingway Mrs. E. :L. Stewart ,Mrs. :
,
'Roscoe Lee Braddock of Belle Mrs. D. Lamer motored to'West Palm
Glade came.ove'r. Wednesday to see Beach Wednesday. ,Mrs. Lamer left H. Kolstad, Mrs. Sears,''Mrs. R. Y.

for New Orleans to visit .her Patterson, Mrs. H. Bestor, Mrs. Fred .
the tractors at the Clewiston Motor : son.'
Hill, and Mrs. M. W.BiggS.CHOOL In All Loads
1k: Co A delightful dinner and bridge partywas
:
t :i given Tuesday night by, the

r.fJ.1Ji On Friday Mrs. F. R. Maxwell en- Scharnbergs, for ,Mr. and ,Mrs., E. P.

tertained Mrs. J. T. Mrs. Mutrux Sevin and NEWS
Remagen, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. ,
b.) G. Alston, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. Mrs. F. Roderiguez, Mrs. Clyde Byrd I I. -

Gayle McFadden, Mrs. Mark Lawler, and Mr., and Mrs. J. P. Percy. First A Choice Selection
-' Bobby Hare, Coburn Moore and
: Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. G. Poole at prize was won by E. ,P. ,Mutrux while ,
: bridge at the Watanabe Hotel. the Sevins took the boobies. Bill Hooks motored to Fort Myers
'\. I:Saturday to attend the football game.
, Sweet Guns
1 "............*MM*. .* >*....*.*.*-...*..*....*..*.M>*............................................................................................! .................! ....."". .Coburn returned all _scratched___u_____ up_. Shooting
.:N:N:N:...*N.*.W''*....*N*1 M:N*.W.*N.*N*N*1 N 1*W:N:N 1 N:N 1/N N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N 1.N N:N:N:N:N:N 1.N N:NS I Must have been a big week end.
fi11 Lily Merle Wynn and brother

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James motored to Fort Myers for -
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the Boy Scout. Swimming meeting ATClewiston -

i* Speculation tt Sunday..
; Roberta George and.Hookie Avant

.. -.' ,.'. .:..:. went to Belle 'Glade Sunday nite. Supply oGOLF ;
: .:..:.
Is : : Rookie forgot his money (that was /

=1i!==!=. Excitingbut. n. over his excuse the dough.) and Bertie Kinda had nervy to, fork eh

...:.
.:..:. Hookie? (He says she got it back).
'.:.':. ',d .. .;..;. Harvey Guthrie Ivon Prevatt, and

'4 I :+:::+:: .'...j: .;':-, return aren't more safety important of principal right now and? assured :.Ij.31:.:.:. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Prevatt attended II..'.. ..........................................................................'........................................... ............... ....

( >" -", ..:'.:. ,;;' ,, ;'.! .:..} the show at Belle Glade Wednesdaynite. .
:'x i:' ;":-; ": ,; 1 If you are ready for real profit without +.:- Out with the old folks already, x
:;::;: :, any breath-taking thrills (as most sensible f::::: eh! I ,
'
:f:?::: ,' .. people are these'days)you'll be Interested :;::;: Mary Bush and Eat Etherton attended .:. ;
++ .' :: in the Building and Loan plan. It has .i"..i'j the movies .'m' Belle Glade :;:; t

:::j: 'l",4 been going along serenely for many years +i += Sunday afternoon and then came CLEWIST'O' :
.?..:. now, paying its patrons consistently high yy ;:_;:! : ;
home and went to church, first timeIn
.+.+ returns without doing any tricks with ::J.::: ,
4' : their ,:.,:. a :
: money. year. : :
.i"V. \" .:..:. Laddie and Dummy Wallace of Pa- .
,.j.+ As a matter of fact, there have been fewer .U. hokee visited Evelyn Hare Sunday. i OlD RSE f I

::::t: actual losses under this plan than under, .:..:. Which one ,Eve? : .
.
+_ +_ any other financial plan In the world. That :::::: : !7!"" : .
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.... Principal and Mrs M. G. Lang- .. ,
.: :; covers a, lot of territory, but It's'the truth. ; "
', :" : .=... ford were blessed with a seven pound .:.1 I : ,
; .
.r VV. Even the late, unlamented depression ;:X boy early Tuesday morning..' + : :.A.: S
...:. I + t
.... I 'v. ,
i which left many other established financial The '''Boy Scouts of Clewiston attended :;: ,
:f:_: J institutions in such bad order, failed :ii::: a Swimming meeting in Fort .:.1 I '
< .t+ ,. ,to, hurt the reputation of the Building, .;..:. Sund It.
Myers ''Saturday and Y. They
::::=: and Loan. :'+
++ ',:' :::::: also took in the football game. :
vv h Louise Waldron has been absent :

:VV::::: A++ for a few days. il tt I

.{....+. ', '. We Can Help You to.' ( :,:::.:.:::. attended Dorothy the Deam movies and Virgil In !Belle Hastings Glade Open to the ,Public ... .

_VV'i._ Own Your ,Own HomeAdministration .:.,:. Sunday niterBobby : J
,
VY 6 Hare and Van Bush motored .
YV : .
to the movies ''In Belle Glade Sun- ,i .',

day:afternfion. What's the attraction, ) I
n Ciewiston Home'
:
: It '
: Bobby? .'
=: \
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Supt. E. L- .Stallings visited school i .
tl
/J i Wednesday; v f
Mr. Langford has been away fora. x 7 '
it Building Associations .:, t '
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few days. The more the merrier. '
Moderate Green', Fees'? r:
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While the cat's away the mice will :i: ;*: .
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::;::;:: BuIldIng. .;o{:; play.Ed' Clark,' Coburn ''Moore; 'and :: Exceptional, Fairways I

'i'; i AN INSTITUTION FOR SAVINGClewiston :;::;:' Bobby Hare "motored to Goodno Tuesday : -
I.
;: Greens
:::::: :: Interesting
;
.. ::::s: : afternoon.. What's the secret, .
.;:"+:. FloridaM ..!.,...!... saw dust? .:. I '

: Miss Balasok's sister Tillie visited .'. .

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I, : :->-: : : : : ; : : ; : : : : : : : :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.;..:"-.;;,,...-..:: The Home Economics class has

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; SCHOOL TEAS HEADS COMMUNITY: CHURCH were defeated by Miss Laurabelle 'closes Fob. 15th, except In Collier I tourists or winter visitors to the

DIAMOND BALL LEAGUE Blackburn and Mrs. Joe Sandberg. County, which has no open state who enter children in a pubic;
I
the on turkey, and closes on quail on school are automatically classified as;
Evening sermon at Community
(Continued from page 1) Church will be: "God's Cure for Fear.'* MEN'S PAIRS DOMINATE December 31st., Collier County ad-\l residents and are required to pur-.

Bob for four runs on four hits and a The Text: Psalm 27:1. Attention is DUPLICATE BRIDGE PLAY joins Hendry County on the chase aj{ Florida tag if they operate a-

pair of errors in the first inning to directed to the start of service at 7:45p. / Open. season on migratory game I motor car in this state, officials of:

get away with a big: lead. After that m. Sunday Schol and Friendly (Continued from page' 1) I birds, which include ducks, geese, the state motor vehicle department-

splurge, Bob pitched on even terms Adult Bible Class will meet as usualat Pauline Berner 427J. brant and coots and jacksnipe begins point out. It is not necessary how

with Elmer Montgomery, who was 9:45 in the morning. McMakin 160 at noon on Nov._ 20th and closes ever, to purchase full year tags. A.

doing the slinging for the Motors, The Presbytery of Southwest Florida Katherine Deam 122J. '!Jan. 15th. Certain counties have quarter year license may be bought 1

Lut the Sugar boys ,couldn't overcomethe will meet in regular Fall meetingat .' Riviere >' 39 [ other provisions, but in Hendry I now and when the new tags are issued j

lead. They got one in their half the First Presbyterian Church, I. M. Pafford ; 16 I County: open season on doves also a new tag mey be purchased",

of the first, the' Motors got that bac1: Winter Haven, at two o'clock Monday, Marie \Villiams"' 20S ,starts on Nov. 20th, but, closes ,Jan covering the period from January

in the third. In their half of the Nov. 20th, and Synod of, Florida also Jamye Ezelle 248 31st. .through March. Money received from :' \

same inning, the Cane Crew shoved I meets on the 21st and 22nd at, same J. W. Ezelle 300 Daily bag limits on migratorygame the sale of tags goes to the supportof /

over three to make the score 4-5, on 1 place. Elisabeth West 354 birds, as prescribed by federal the schools In the state so the :

two walks, an error, and Junior Gertrude Balosok" 354 [ regulations are: ducks, 12, but ruling in regards to tourists is a :

Thomas' two-bagger to left. William- HIGH LIGHTS ON CITY Mrs. Niblack 528 not more than 8 of any one or 8 in fair one. School officials and tag i

son's third extra base hit of the game DIAMOND BALLIs W. C. Hooker 735 ,J,the aggregate of canvasbacks, red- agents are asked to cooperate In en-
for the Hooks'
drove over two runs heads, scaup ringnecks, teal, shovel- forcing this ruling.
gang in the fourth, putting them out BEANS EINQ,.8HI >PEDDESP 'lers or gad walls; Wilson's snipe 1
'
: in front 74. The Sugars, came back the city diamond ball minded? TE BAD MARKET 4'
20 woodcock
) mourning -
;Jacksnipe ; ;
'with the only connected, hitting they One afternoon this week four aggre- AUTO DEALERS NOT
doves, 18; band-tailed pigeons,
aid against Elmer" in the same inning gations were practicing on the high I (Continued from page 1) 10. Not more than 2 days bag limit EXEMPT FROM NRA
scoring wo-runs on three hits school grounds. The game is not Freight and I ;
handling charges, commission of ducks may be possessed at one
and a walk. Twice during the inning I limited to the men, either. Several average about 90c a hamper, time. ,The District Compliance Director

it looked as tho an old-fashioned',girls teams are in process of organ- leaving the grower with 10-25 cents to I The veteran hunter as well as the of the 0 NRA at Jacksonville, states:

merry- -rot.uid wasunder way, but !ization and will soon display their cover cost of hamper, 14-15c, picking, I j novice should procure a copy of the that motor vehicle retailers In towns-
each time Dick Hooks, at second for under the reflectors KII 2-3c overhead costs less population under a-:
prowess on 15c, hauling and 'state game laws when license is ob- of 2,500 or ,
the Motors, took throws from the 1 wanis Field. must be administration-
and rent charges paid, a mar- national recovery "
tained to enable him at all times to
I
outfield, whirled and whipped the ball*, I Wonder what the casual" tourist in ket sale of ::;1.40 or a figure ,of 50 keep the laws that have been madein ruling today, November 9, 1933, are ]
to Williamson to retire the runner a [Clewiston thinks of the crowd of cents per hamper at the cars being : not exempt from the provisions of t
his interest as well as that of the
second of these
the plate. The plays fifty or more gamboling on the green generally accepted as necessary 'to en- wild life.COLLIER. the recently approved code for their J

might be said to have ended the 'scoring [every afternoon? Who cares. It's a able the grower to break, even on .a trade. Inasmuch as their activities

for the evening, as neither side ''good form of mild exercise. Not so fair average yield. are not "confined to local areas" it '1

(could shove over another'mark-I many complaints about Charleyhorses Attention, of most growers who have COUNTY OPEN is held that the president's executive:

er. Pop Kelly quit talking for: a few ses, picked over bean fields .once or twice .TO H.UNERS THIS YEAR order of October 23 exempting I I
seconds in the last of: the seventh
The Engineers team has reorganized is turning to English peas, several certain employers In'towns under :

when the Sugars got Duirance third electing Andy Berry Captain and I hundred acres of which are being (Continued from page 1) 2,500 from code provisions does not ,

and hit Crochet with'two to second down. on Thomas a walk tried anda [Ke'n Fields coach. Sport followers I II ; planted this week in this section, on previous reports to the contrary. apply to motor vehicle retailers. ,

land which has been in fall beans. Commissioner
Davis said there had
know for his local
deliver in the with the Andy performances -
hard to pinch I
Tom 'Gieger, has eight acres startingto been'much controversy 'about the !
that the earth
and Fields has a nation-wide A scientist states
hit that would have the
won ballgame, bloom, G. B. ,McDuffie, Arthur Lee, eastern section of Collier ,County being Th'e i
but speedy Goat Youmans went back ,reputation as an all-around athlete. is as old as the universe. estimate >
I Ernest Burkett, Joe Wood, Sam Neal opened since 1929 but that the .
into right field to gather in a Texas By the by-Fields, who knows his age is 2,000.000,000 years.
and C. B. Lozier all have fields in State Conservation Department
football, last week picked 20 winnersout )
that looked
safe
leaguer winding up
various stages of planting to the win- would observe court opinions that

-the second close game of the night. of 27 listed football, games. Not ter crop ,of peas. The same growers the eastern portion of the county A........................................................................-. ..I I
Last Friday night's games were a bad.
end others in the territory east of should be during 1933 OJ
open season
different story, each gam'e' turning Howthat; Kiwanis infield clicked )
Clewiston are also ehavily in the cab
,and thereafter until changed by legislative I '
into, an old-time slugging match. In Tuesday night. Shelley, Parkinson, bage deal Joe Wood having an acre-
; or other official act.
:
the first battle, the Engineers were i Nail and Fontain put out the first which will be ; Good FarmLand
readyto 1
of early
age crop ) I Davis said that while a special act
i
routed for the third straight time, errorless infield ball since the season cut within
thirty days.
of the 1929
had
legislature closed
the Sugars beating them 21-10 for opened. The of the -
Board
II I Crop Reporting Collier County in its entirety to tak- :
their first win. The hitting was about Never again will a runner steal U. 'S. Department of Agriculture reports -
;ing, killing, and trapping of
even, Uncle Sam's outfit getting 14 Watch the game ,
home on ,Neil Williamson. on the fall in the Im- :
I pea crop
and fur bearing animals, the special
i their opponents 15, but the fieldingwas Motors catcher protect the plate perial Valley, which ordinarily precedes -I I 1
act had been declared unconstitutional -
a horse of another color. SidCrochet's I when he is putting on his mask. He the Florida crop into market, as I I for Rent
by circuit Judge W. J. Barker
boys set a record for the ,
always has the ball in the hand. follows: Estimate of the acreage of I I

!! league when they chased ac'ross eight 1 I "Pap" Kelly hasn't been in a game Fall peas in the Imperial Valley is of Sebring. 1
tallies in the fifth inning on five hits I, Numerous objections to closing _
yet, but he gets about as much fun placed at 11,500 acres, an acreage in
, and too Collier County' its entirety have
for the
to
many errors scorer
I out of th game as any man on the excess of the 8,500 harvested last i I
I keep count of. Ken Fields socked ,a been, received by the State Conservation .....
... .1.r
I field. year and the 7,500 acres in 1931. Hot i, .1
homer in his first appearance at the !: department since the Attorney :
II I Despite the disagreeable weather weather 'during the germination and .'
plate to score the first run for ,theEngineers General's office ruled recently that J
I I the attendance a.t the night games early' growth period in September' Jj
but Andy Beery, newly the special act'of 1929 would remain j
held combined with a heavy silt content
I on Kiwanis Field has up won- i I
i elected captain led the hitters with '' \"alid'and 'in effect until declared unconstitutional TrespassersWill J
in the has
derfully. ,Th commission appreciates first irrigation left the bulk ;
I
three out of three, one a round-trip. by a court of compe-
j" of the in condition.The .
the fans 'support. For a thin dime acreage very poor
Be
Junior Thomas acid Cracker McLendon tent jurisdiction.Davis i
r there's lot of fun out there every Valley is spotted; there are some
, got three out'of four for the Sugars, I said he was glad the matter _- J
fields bulkof
exceptionally good but the
Moss Langford ,
Tuesday and Friday. ProsecutedThe
I with Barney Thomas' triple in the the acreage shows,' light stands had been cleared up and that the ; ,
matter
the is a secondary
says game
: second the longest drive. Conservation department as well as
with i small vines not capable of heavy
I chance to visita
when he can get a
Coburn Moore, slender southpaw production. Pickng started 'about Nov.. I sportsmen, knew the status of Collier I
I slinger for the High School in the new arrival in the family. :
County.
Park- 1. Carlots are not expected to be !in
1 second game was not so hit as in I Ed Butler threatened Cecil any volume before the tenth of the Commissioner Davis warned

his previous appearance on the mound. j inson with arreat Wednesday month with heavy 'movement some sportsmen not to invade the closed

For that matter, he didn't have to be. ing on a charge of larceny.morn-I I time around the 25th of ,November. territory. He said he had instructedhis
claims Cecil stole that line
The
school boys piled up ten runs conservation agents to strictly ;
in the first two innings before Hooks Cruse' bat in the third inning. It hada HUNTING SEASON enforce all game and trapping laws I

relieved Montgomery in the box, and three-base label on it. WILL OPEN MONDAY and that all violators would be ar
they coasted in from there to a 15-5 Goat Youmans, first sacker for the ClewistonCompany
(Continued from page, 1) rested.
victory. Moore allowed'only six hits Motors, should have his nickname

whiffed eight and walked but two. changed to Crawfish. It doesn't mat- 31, except in Sumter' and VISITORS WHO ENTER CHILDREN ,

He also got three hits to help in the 'ter to him whether he runs backwardor Collier Counties, which have no open IN SCHOOLS MUST

, parade. The big slugger of the" night's. forward.: Goat saved the ballgame season. Season on certain species of BUY AUTO TAGS

i; play was Hookey Avant, rangy back- 'against the Sugar Company with a ,squirrel on quail and on wild tur- .

stop for the students, who had a per- I leaping catch with his back to the :key opens Nov. 20th at sun-up and Tallahassee,. Nov. 16 (FNS) All ........ ............................................................................;..I'I ](
! feet night with four'out of four for field in Thomas' fly for 'the final 1

f. a batting average of 1.000. j out. There were two on, the tying

and winning runs.

FORT MYERS WIN GOLFERS Several new players got Into ac- PREPARE NOW fOR THAT : .:
SECOND TOURNEY
: tion Tuesday night. Zerney Meredithwore ,
: r J
the Kiwanis Blue and White in ; I
;
'
I. _(Continued from page 1) short field, and R. C. Nowling and X. DRAIN WORN OIL AND REFILL '
-
F. D. Duff; D. G.,Alston and E. E. Roger Miller paroled outer gardnersfor CRANKCASE .1
2. CHECK TIRES
Kelley'' took ,,2 points from Dr. G. M : the, Motors. WEEK EJ END TRIP D 3. CHECK WATER IN BATTERY 1

r Joyce and Bob Hardman: ; the' Rev There is the, usual amount of 4. GET COMPLETE LUBRICATION !
,
R. P.' Brennan and Dan Lessey won squawking about the umpires decis-

i, 3 to 0 from the Rev. F. J. Finnegan .sions that goes with every ball game.

and M. W. Bigg; Warren Wiltshireand General opinion is that Lefty Baker II I

J, D. Lynn triumphed over Keith and Bill Hooks are doing a good job .1> 'M.*: Y' :?&$lKi

Hartsfield and A. N. Gallant 3 to 0, with what everyone knows is a :r1,/'fjtyy:.:;r ):..
o. :
'\., :while Donald Taylor and Mark Flet- thankless task. The umps should put :F"J!' !;..iC.': i:1:

.: while Donald Taylor and Mark vz more 'hustle in the players between : t; ?.' +: ,Y WIPED DSNIEID.i4ppyud 0y3S N is 1 ,

I'' points from W. C. Owen and E. R. innings:" '"" ... .:. ti vC.r .A rr v. ;

: Fontaine; Dr. Clarence Zimmerman The Firemen have won or lost KEEPING THE WATER

Hill and H. A. Land 3 to 0; L. C. each game by a one run margin. In- LEVEL UP CAN SAVE "' QILCIECKE, 1,

;- and Jimmy Roberts defeated F. R. dicates they must need a little more YOU A LOT OF MOTOR )

Rosenberg, and W. H. .I1edel heimer batting punch. ". r f TROUBLE. !I

i L split even with Herman Hastings and. Art Lawrence was the first pitcher

\/ L. E. Singleton; Harry Satchell and 1 I to set Cy Cruse down without a hit. .>' I
I I / ) Y i
f S r 6C 3
I l' Charles Knapp holed out 2 1-2 points i jCy was banging them Tuesday night, j
: to 1-2 H. r fvk: / .yoY.t
of E. Ukleburg and Roy D. but he couldn't get one safe. For his ,

; Stubbs who represented Clewiston; first start, little Art looked plenty

'j'-: Dwight Lambe and Fred Deal, also good on the mound for Kiwanis; ,allowing -

represented Clewiston managed to Firemen only nine hits several .
F: grab 3 points from two home "ti' '}(ds a$,; ,
boys
.
very scratchy. A two base wild Y, i "i
I Whit ,Ansely and I I
Hugh Senneff
''" ; throw and a couple outfield errors
George Stubbs and Jimmy Clarkson cost him the ball game <.

["-. won 2 1-2 to 1-2 over Ted Evans, jr., Around that second sack Dick FREE fVIAPS
.
'- and Jack McDonald
in another match Hooks is hard to beat. He threw out-
-'. in which Evans and McDowell Before you start on that week-end trip drive in and let us put
were
the plate to the for the
" playing for the boys from the lake. save game your car in first class shape. We'll'fill your radiator; check ? '" > ", _
Motors oil, check tires clean windshield and check
: A women's team of three Clewis- your your your
' Little Ronney Effting watchingthe your battery.And there's no charge for these services. Before s zs. a :
: ton players
: succeeded in gathering Firemen on the ball field, Oh! you drive out, fill your tank with that Good Gulf Gasoline;
,
points
" for their record, Mrs .F. Mother, look at those men playing now lubricated and get a FREE Gulf map to guide you. It 'z : sM

t | ). Duff and Mrs. W. M. Redelshei- in their skins". Will we have to call will show you where to go and how to go and with your car H; 4.

t: mer defeating Mis. Charles Adams them Red Devils, now? Kiwanis has in perfect shape you'll enjoy going. .


I It t- and the Sparrow full Mrs. eighteen and Frank Mrs.Prather holes.Carrool 2 Mrs.to Swinney 1 Lloyd over_ I I a tion Kiwanlans good team.start in Three toward the sons past a second two were weeks.born genera-to i D Ii I V r. I N T 0 DAY That DISTRIBUTOR Gcod Gulf Gasoline. '


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