The Clewiston news
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00439
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 8, 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.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00439
 Related Items
Preceded by: Clewiston progress

Full Text
' '

'' !Ir i
.4 I .




The[ following list of answers are Bids Called For Work

given out by the National Recovery
DONE HERE BYMONDAY'S Tallahassee, Sept 7, (FNS)-Relief Administration, as being typical of
1 l for the aid of needy Florida
: the inquiries sent to that office in
school teachers has been provided
Washington. It is re-printed here
STORM In a plan adopted by the Florida Re-
in hopes of clarifying some points
lief administration It was announced On Federal
which are coming to the local NRA Project
week.by Director Marcus ;Fagg .last committee: '

No damage was done to Clewistonnor Q. I work in a grocery store, that

this immediate vicinity by the Unemployed: teachers, who are actually displays the Blue Eagle, from 8 a.m.
high winds parallelling the path of in need will be given employ- to 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. Saturdays; Local Contractor Is
the Bahaman storm which crossed ment at a salary of $50 per month. salary '$12 per week. Is this in ac- LEVEE CONSTRUCTION NEAR

the Florida peninsula Sunday night Teachers now under contract In coun- cordance with NRA? CLEWISTONl TO BE LET

and Monday. Aside from a few limbs ties which are not financially ableto A. If population is less than 2500 Injured In Accident ) SEPTEMBER 23

being blown from trees, a few signs pay their salaries will, If In need, you are receiving minimum rate and

blown from their mountings, and one be permitted to come' under the $50a there Is no maximum time. If more J. F. Tippey, local contractor, is Bids for the construction of 14.0

plate glass window broken, there was 'month relief plan. Director 'Fagg than 2,500 population, according to recovering from a badly broken left miles of levee and navigation chan-

no evidence of high winds In the territory Stated that it must< be positively the 1930 census, the salary shouldbe arm which he sustained last Friday nel from, the east end of the recently

several miles east of Clewiston I shown that the county is not able $14 per week. '. afternoon in an automobile smashup completed unit five miles west of

cane was bent nearly to the ground tOpay: the salary and that the teacheris 'Q. I employ a boy in my store ,on Sugarland highway near Ba Clewiston, to a point near' Miami

but was not damaged. I in actual need. whom I cannot afford to pay pre- ker's service station. Locks, will be opened at the Jackson

Precautionary measures were taken : In counties where teachers are em- scribed minimum wage. ,What mustI The, accident ocurred when Mr. ville office of the U. S. Engineer

when the reports began to come In' ployed at salaries of less than $50a do to keep him and comply with Tippey was turning the corner onto September 25, and contract awarded

that the tropical disturbance was I month, It Is not the Intention of the NRA? the highway with a piece of tim- for this part of the federal projectas

turning toward the mainland of Flo- relief administration to make up the A. Put him on part-time basis at ber held on the, side of his car. He soon as details will permit.

' rida. 'Windows were boarded up anda I difference. A teacher receiving only pro rata of minimum for full time. did not see the car driven' by F. R. Bids for the construction of four

number of residents drove out to $30 a month could not, therefore, ,If your town is under 2,500 popula- Maxwell coming down the highwayon hurricane gates in the Lake Okeecho

higher ground. The Atlantic, Coast look to the relief administration for tion, maximum hour provisions do account of a growth of shrubbery bee project, will be opened and contract

Line sent in a special train to take an additional $20. Only teachers receiving not apply.Q. 'I.' at the intersection. Mr., Maxwell awarded October 2.

-4* residents of this..,"section to Lake no pay, or who are out of em- I have two employees in my .could not halt his car to avoid the Bids for the construction of ten ,

--J Childs where they ,remained until ployment, are eligible for state aid. store, and if I add a '''part time 'employee crash. Both cars were badly damaged large drainage culverts in the Lake

Tuesday. The plan calls for the formationof will I lose my exemption from Okeechobee area will be opened and '

Only 75 persons boarded the train adult classes in rural ,sections for the hour provision of the Piesident's contract let' October '2, '

Y: here. I I leading and I A. No. lion cubic yards of muck from the

Heavy rains following the wjnds 'Q.. Where a town has a popula- I I levee line near ,Bacom's Point .will ,

caused a considerable crop damageon tion of less than 2,500 and the trade COAST GUARD TEAM be opened and contract awarded on '
the east side of Lake Okeechobee, BOY SCOUTS ARE '
area is over' 2,500, shall the popu- I September 11.
and has causd farmers between South
lation of the town or that 'of the The above information first reached -

' Bay ting and in estimatedthat a Clewiston heavy acreage to plan this on-week.It put-. HOME FROM TRIP trade paragraph area be' taken 4 of the in President's'connectionwith I HERE NEXT SUNDAY information Clewiston concerning Wednesday.federal Along work with

is 2000 acres of
Agreement? in the Lake Okeechobee section was
beans were covered by waters. This Clewiston baseball fans will be
TO WORLD'S FAIREight A. 'Population ,of, the town; but information ,regarding other federal
will-cause the farmers of that sectionto given a real treat here Sunday when
is trade centering waterways projects in Florida, including ,
have their delayed several If' it in a area upon -
crops the Canebreakers meet the Ft. Lau-
or'' the dredging work' In Jacksonville 1
a larger town city, popula-
south shore farmers 11
weeks, and the derdale Coast Guard team on the
Clewiston boy scouts and tion of, the latter should be taken as Harbor, Miami Harbor, Fort
to take of the
plan advantage expected Clewiston diamond. An admission I I
their scoutmaster, Arthur King, returned basic.Q. Pierce Harbor, Tampa Harbor. and
: high price of vegetables at charge of 25 cents per man will be -
the first of the fall season. to their homes here Satur- I am a store keeper in a townof made, but ladies and children will In the Intracoastal waterway near
day night'' full of stories of'New York, and two clerks. CanI Lake Worth. All this Is a result of
1,500 employ
Telephone and telegraph lines 'con be admitted free, W. W. Hooks, the
Washington and the World's Fair, keep open more than 8 hours a < the approval for the $8,000,000 ap-
necting Clewiston with other parts Canebreakers manager said. -
hey had been 26 daYSon the trip and day or more than 48 hours aweek? priation for Florida approved by
were temporarily put out of commis- Mr. Hooks seemed well pleased
had traveled 4016 miles, without mis- President's Agree- the Administrator of Public Works
A. Yes. The
sion for a short, time Monday, but with the prospects for the game and
last week. Of this eight million more
limit in
that information ment, imposes no added that if the financial
soon, patched up so hap.The proper than four million approved for
could be received. ,The telegraph f boys are not agreed as to towns of your size. support is given to the game, a series Okeechobee-Caloosahatchee was
the Lake
lines were the first to go down, and which point en route held the most will be booked with the fast CoastGuard and flood control pro

,messages coming to and going 'from I interest to them. New York and nine,' for three or four games navigation label
work all bears the
The ,, ,
Washington vied with the Fair SURVEY' SHOWS ,
". here were delivered by: telephone dur- in : before the baseball season' closes; work demanded."
ing the highest winds. This gavean holding their interest. Even thoughall The Clewiston team has secured Interest to Clewiston lathe
opportunity for persons here to agrred that "Chicago is a wonderful permission to rope off the diamond Of prime
be awarded September
reassure relatives and friends that place and the 'Fair is simplygreat" and to make the admission charge. 25 on the construction of the, 14 '
there was no material damage. A the all admitted they were Heretofore the team has been depend- McWil-

,:. telegraph wire connecting this office ready to leave it'after two days spent STATE BY STORM ing on contributions at the games, Hams miles of unit dike with connecting the Canal the construction }

with Tampa was down and the Tam- visiting the exhibits. but the business, managers declare "unit. This section of levee passes

pa officials of the Western Union Riding on the New York sub-ways this, method has been a failure. They directly north of Clewiston onlya

sent a messeng'er to Sebring to deliver I and elevated railways seemed to from cite instances in the past in which from the shore
Survey of the storm reports few hundred feet
the messages to' the' office there them a far greater experience 'than various parts of' Florida indicate five men have come to< the games in line. It .is conservatively estimated

from which thy were relayed here Being the exhibits In Chicago. The approximately 2000 families requir- one car and when the hat was passed ) that this contract will be In the t

by Morse wires. Messages going to Empire State Building, which they ing aid; estimates of property dam- five cents was given by the group. neighborhood of one million dollars. '

,, Tampa were carried. by auto from saw as the guests of Baron Collier, age are increasing as communication The managers do not believe such Already contractors are coming to
holds principal place in their have been with intentto
Sebring. boyish facilities are being cleared up and practices any Clewiston to get first hand information
Daily mail was temporarily dis- conversations. In telling of their reports of damage are being received. "beat their way to the games"but on the soil and type of levee

rupted due to a wreck on the A. C. L. trip not one of them omitted the tripto The Red, Cross has sent 14 trained they are inclined to think the with the view of entering bids on the

at Lake Istokpoga. Until yesterday Coney Island and the, rides on the workers into the field to organize baseball fans perform such antics section.
attractions there. They again in the spirit of fun than any-
only one complete mail was ,received were relief work. more The contract calls, for furnishingall
since Sunday. guests of Mr. Collier, whom they thing else. However, they say, a club
From Stuart and Ft. Pierce and material and labor .for buildingthe
r agree "is a good scout." cannot be maintained without funds.
Aside from these inconveniencesne vicinities come the reports of, largest levee, which will require taking
effect of the storm was felt lo- In Washington they saw the'sights ; damagein out than 2,000,000 cubic yardsof
loss $500000 property
; more
about the
capital 'and these
cally. I St. Lucie and half a million in GOLF PRO WILL muck; placing approximately ..10,- I
were explained ,to them by Miss EvelYn ,
Schutz, who was a teacher In Martin and $100,000 in Indian River 000,000 cubic yards of'levee m'aterlal
counties are reported, with the terrific in place; and furnishing and laying 1
the Clewiston school last term.
STORM THREAT The party of boys were photographed damage to citrus cro'ps not included GIVE 'EXHIBITION about 100,000 cubic yards of riprap i

in practically every city in in these estimates. Grape- material on the 14 mile stretch. i..
fruit suffered the heaviest loss, with of the four hurricane gates
SHOWS NEED OF which they stopped, but the biggest SUNDAY SEPT. 17 One
ti, \\1 thrill came to the
togh&phers '!rom New York daily cent, and the oranges and smaller mouth of the Industrial canal; another

WORK ON LEVEE papers trained their cameras on the fruits suffering a smaller percentageof Lloyd Sparrow, pro' at the Clewis- at the mouth of the Miami i\

, hilarious party of. Florida scouts. damage. ton Golf Course, has been practising canal at Miami Locks; the thlrd.near

------ New York .romilrofl..... ...........u. two fulllave...... .... ...u Property damage was reported in this week for a free exhibition of South Bay where it will care for the :,
The tropical storm, while doing no of the scouts' time but they were Okeechobee county and in counties fancy golf shots he will put on at water for the Hillsboro and North
''r : damage in the area south of Lake through the central and northern the course here celebrating his first New River canals; the fourth hurricane -
(Continued on page 4) at the mouthof
Okeechobee, brought forcibly to the parts of the state, including High- year as pro In Clewiston. The exhi- gate will be built f fIt

minds of all interested in this section lands, Polk, Pasco, and Lake. Trans- bition will 'be Sunday, September 17. the West Palm Beach canal.
the urgent need for continua portation and communication has Sparrow's tricks will include hit- is estimated that the cost of
the flood control the directions the four hurricane gates will be closet
tion Of federal been disrupted generally over ting two balls different

project on the lake. whole peninsula, due to the< broken ] with one club at the same time, as $500,000. }j

Thursday's daily papers carriedthe FROM PAHOKEE telegraph and telephone lines, due'I well as hooks and slices, drives with Ten drainage culverts, for the construction '

advertisements of the war depart- to washouts, on the railroads and to pne hand, and a host of other diffi- of which contracts will be

ment for bids' on levee, hurricane excessive water o/i. the, highways. cult shots. The exhibition will last let October 2, will be placed at' advantageous '

''gate structures and culverts on the HERE SUNDAYBefore Many streams are out of their banks. about half an hour he said. "The points about the south I

lake project. Those who have been Federal aid for storm relief is exhibition will also include the right ehore of Lake Okeechobee. The larg= )

pushing the matter have called the assured through several channels. and the wrong way to hit a golf I est of these will be located at Clew-

attention of the war department and one of the largest crowds Residents whose homes were destroyed ball: ," he said. I iston. The culverts will have open-

public works officials to the local' ever gathered on the local diamondto or, damaged will obtain grants On that day there will be a blind Ings of eight by ten feet, with the

situation. witness a baseball game, the Clew- from federal emergency relief ad- bogey in progress all day, in whichall number of openings ranging from .,.
< A letter received this week from iston Canebreakers trampled Paho- ministration for roofing materials, may enter without charge, to one to six each. Two, with three ...

r Congressman J. Hardin Peterson, kee Sunday afternoon by a 6-2 score. with the administration working as compete for suitable prizes. Alsoon openings each will be built north of i
who is at his home in Lakeland, honors an adjunct to the Red Cross, which I 'the program of entertainmentfor Moore Haven to care for the water
stated "I have urged that the work Dick Hooks won batting is the official relief agency. The the day will be a sweep-stakes of Nicodemus Slough; one will be at I
for the day by placing four tournament, which will likewise be Moore Haven; one at Clewiston; one i
proceed immediately and in view of federal farm board will send a representative -
for four runs:. Pete Wilson, on the
the storm I have today communi- to Florida and loans to be free to 'all entrants.: with two openings will be built 3.3 I

cated by telegram citing this as an mound for Clewiston held up the citrus growers and strawberry planters At 2:30 in the afternoon teams miles northwest of Lake Harbor; one
pitching end of the in good
example for the extreme urgency of game to cover losses will be approved, will tee off in best ball matches, and with only one opening wilt"be built
\ the work." style, retiring ten opposing batters the loans to be long term loans provisions are made to permit any 4.6 miles east of Lake Harbor; one I

A1 Congressman Peterson has been::! by the strike out route. with repayment extended to the sec- person to use his tournament scorein 2.9 miles north of Belle Glade, hav-
Several new players were seen in
working earnestly in the Interest of ond crop year. The federal road the blind bogey. ing three openings; one will be built
the Clewiston ranks in this game,
this project and in reply to a wire bureau will allot additional fundsto The following day, Monday Sept. .8 miles southwest of Pahokee which
and each'played a good game. William -
of the Democrat's on August 13, Yomans and Curtis Wiley who Florida to repair highway damage; 18, Mr. Sparrow will give free golf will have two openings. A five-open-
said, "I immediately took the matterup Florida advancing the funds from 'lessons to any person who has not ing culvert will be 'built 4.2 miles
were playing their first full for
in person with General Brown, Clewiston handled themselves well previous highway grants from the been regularly frequenting the Clew- north of Canal Point; and the tenth
chief of engineers and he stated to federal government, and then federal iston course. Whether he has ever will be built 1.4 miles south of My-
tn the field. Lomans is centerfielder
me that this was considered a major government replacing them, in orderto played the game before makes no acca, this will have only one open- 1
and Wiley was placed on third base. obtained
project and that the work would be speed up the work. Unemployed difference, Mr. Sparrow said, but it Ing. An estimate could not be "
Joe Rutland, Bill Bolton and Cracker of
done. The chairman of the advisory McLendon were again seen< in relief crews, are at work cleaning up is hU Idea to stimulate greater, in- as to the approximate" coat. .. '

*" '(Continued on page 4) uniform aftqr cmral:weeki abpenos! (Continued' on page 4),, tsraet la gel here, tli. culvert. contrast' ." ",' i
J \ ""
1 t tii tI I


"" -- '" .

tr' '
The Clewiston News Nut Bread A
Date I Id

I i" >. Published every Friday In Clewiston, TOO LATE TO
t .> ( .: KAY
; Inc. CLASSIFYIf : ,

J t" L/J d T .
i I
Ji Entered as second class matter

February '1, 1927, at the Post Office there is anything to to make the race, it ought to be

,,1. '?\r.' at Clewiston, Florida, under the Act hears goin' around, it looks intercstin' and enter I1 1fl-1-fl IillH( I .
t Trammell is gonna have I'm beginning to look
March 3, 1897.
i f competition when he runs to it already.
the United States Senate.

4 A newspaper devoted to the best While none of the don't think Bill Trear was really

Interests of Hendry county, Florida. come out in the open yet, it's when he broke out with a 1
It's leading newspaper. ly understood that Claude about movin' the state III 'i

Tallahassee is very apt to from Tallahassee to Orlando. t ,
and hang a "Don't Park just needed a couple of inches '
Subscription rate, per year........$2.00 on Mr. Trammell's seat. his column and picked that t.

f Outside of State of Florida--$2.50 In the mean time Mr. figurin' it was as good as j j"j
gallopin' 'round makin' .

doin' his best to keep his it begins to look like he'd
Business Office, Clewiston News, the paper, just in case an the lid off a little volcano. J
j Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and might arise when he'd want all over the state have taken J

Advertising, same. of folks to remember it. No and now comes the Orlando ..,jg;
he'd like to Landis self in Star with a full page edi-

I ton, but he'd have to Cary a that's sure to bring on a lot open the bread is as fresh and j

MOUE PAY DAYS FOR POSTAL counties. talk. delicious as if it had just come -"d1

I WORKERS.. '** Then you hear Doyle don't seem to be much from the Maryland oven, and it ,:'ja
name mentioned quite about it. They think the can even be kept in the refrigerator '
down in South Florida. of movin' the capitol is just of ten days. ;
canned for a period -J'
Postmaster, General Farley announces say Doyle is all done, but a new roduct.1 '
as practical as movin' Silver HERE'S have ever' Would you like to know some ,
that payless furloughs for postal somethin' nobody's really sure or the Bok Tower. If this in Maryland-you I of the good things which go into '
employes will' terminate this month 'm bettin' that if Doyle tho it will start ;
keeps up a have eaten good food. And, no this loaf? They are the Ingredients -
i He refers to the cancellation of an the race he'll give a good that will be a war and no foolin'. doubt, among many delicious which the century-old recipe ;:,;

orded issued in June requiring postal himself. let those West Florida folks dishes which come from that calls for-Persian black sugar
; workers to take off nine days / Then there's some talk that it into their heads that you're state, you have eaten that very dates, molasses, pure strained ,.i

during the tree months period from Mitchell, former and there'll be some hair delicious bread which they call honey, cashew nuts, spices and '
enter the race. No doubt a kickin' I don't .
and shin and
: Date and Nut Fruit Loaf for it flavor. .
July to September. They were to get hopefuls will bob up as time i r I'
, 1 no pay during the layoff as a part of If anybody is harborin' maybe-so. is one of those century-old diahes, It Is a delicious bread to use ',.f
1! of the President's economy program. that Park Trammell is a that subject come up on the the recipe for which is handed for sandwiches with cream cheese ,

) Discontinuance of the furlough, Far- they're goofy. Regardless of of the House and you'll hear down from mother to daughter marmalades, chicken salad, and -.: :

I- ley says, is based on his belief that he has or has not done in that is oratory with .every with family' pride various other sandwich fillers, and A

: the nation is'on its way back to ton, he's a darn good callin'such the and other such.guy a so and Now Available In CansIt it is also nice as a dessert, "r t
',I he's a hand shakin', baby a steamed for an hour and served !-i'i
prosperity. I
all South Florida would back
\ I Ii go-get-er. will be good news to you, with hard sauce. ;
i {/ The postmaster's order affects only If oratory has anything to like West Florida backs then, if you know what real For refreshments on the porch, t ..;;;r,

;": a portion of the government personnel it, and it usually has, I'd pick the move might be Maryland date and nut bread is, one of these warm summer evenings .."

H j"' but it may be a forerunner of Pepper as the bell-cow about, but the minute it to know that it is now obtainablein try serving a sparkling lima
ii 1' orders affecting other departments: standpoint. That boy can to look like the thing might cans. It'is packed and bakedIn and lemon drink that boasts a

d', In a way it is an answer to those speech like nobody's a dozen other towns will get vacuum cans, insuring sealedIn cherry, and tiny sandwiches of ';;;

,;J, critics who were ,so puzzled by thegovernment's 'he knows how to mix plenty what and Tallahassee split the vote is ,figurin which flavor, so that when the can Is this breads I);

}; laying off men and vincin' argument and common
with his ';;
cutting salaries while urging other say-so. it's not likely the Now, the Huey Long medal has NOTICEOF J
Judge Landis has a nice gover- SALE
i employers to engage more men and a good delivery but of will consider it an emergency appeared. ,But Huey won't wear It. SPECIAL "j:1,

:I increase salaries. The discharging have to get something to call a special session at this The medals, which depict a king- Notice is hereby that under :

of people who work for the government Park and Doyle have a good and even if he did the people fish with a black eye and boxing and by virtue of Final given Decree in that 'f

r is one of the most '''painful op- first class language, but have to vote on it. But'we gloves reclining against a wash certain cause pending in the Circuit :J

,.:. erations politicians ever encounter, tell whether they're talkin' or have a lot of fun talkin' about stand, are being sold to raise fundsto Court of Hendry County, Florida, {
i and the public may rest assured that But anyhow if all these all it will amount to any- finance efforts to oust Huey from wherein Clewiston Home Building :

the process will be reversed at the listen to 'em for a while you the Senate. Association is Plaintiff, and Roy L .

first possible moment. Further than Simpson and others are Defendants, ':

that, it must be remembered that the Vaudeville Manager-Why don'tyou I will offer for sale, and sell to the ,
ed and residents of this RULES DO CHANGE highest and best bidder for cash, at :
President's order for curtainment
was unable to send reassuring go on with your animal act? :1
the front door of the Court House ::
based on his argument that govern- friends members of their Lady Trainer-Pleathe, thir, I at LaBelle Florida
or do change somewhat. With Hendry County, ;K
ment pay had not been reduced as who were beyond the path Interested in the N. R. A. can't find my pather. on Monday, the 2nd. day, of October, .:"
rapidly as the cost of living. With Vaudeville Manager-Never 1933 the sale >>
hurricane swept across the during legal hours for ,
for forty-hour working
prices now rising, the order for re- your clothes. Get on with the'act! the following described property lying ':
Fort Myers and its
and the rules set, forth as
storation of salaries ..
old government and being in Hendry County, to- I
may be anticipated. territory, unharmed by the for patriotic employers, the wit: '
but isolated from the North by "Did you sweep behind the stove, '
posted in an import-
Secretary of Commerce Roper un- Lot 5 of Block 172, having a ;
dertook the other day to explain the en wires was forced for many Chicago store during the Mary? frontage of 75 feet on Arcade :1
apparent inconsistency between the to let the rest of the nation makes pertinent reading. ":yes, ma'am, I dun ,swept every- Avenue, as per the general plan i
the entire city and its thing behin' de stove." of Clewiston, Florida, Plat Book
government's policy of retrenchment mention is made of the "mini-
communities might have 2, ,Pages 7 to 14, Hendry Coun-
I and its Insistence through the NRA wages paid for the service re-
troyed and the population with Barber-You complain of our increased ty Records.
that industry expand. He stated that news'l ,'but it is safe to say that the
Facts abuot Florida charge for shaving, sir, but Said property will be so sold,
industry began immediately after the was less than the mini-
in accordance with, and to satisfy ,
seldom are as bad as the you must of the extra labor.
crash of 1929 to cut expenses, while of any of today's N. R. A. the'terms of said Decree. jl '
fly faster than the velocity Customer.-What extra labor? .
the government kept its boom time These were the rules: B. A. BALES 'j
Uncertainty Barber-Well sir with the "
storm winds. general -
salaries, and, indeed, added new em- Store must be open from 6 Special MasterJ. fJ
trade the uni-
part of northern relatives and depression, and M. Couse
in the four after 1929. '' ,
years of Floridians is likely to to 9 p. m, the year round. versal scarcity of money, gent'sfaces Solicitor for Plaintiff.
The government, he said, is now or-
The store must be swept,
much suffering as the are longer than they were! Sept 1-8-15-22-29 N 1
ganized on a long time basis, while self. And when this base shelves and show

'i: industry is asked by the NRA to aggravated by false radio dusted; lamps filled, trimmed

adopt the expansion program as an chimneys cleaned; pens made, ..................... .....,.......,.... .. .. ..
' of damage and loss of life, : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :":0.:": :":":":" :":":": :":":":":":": :":":":":'.
I' emergency measure. The government worry and unhappiness is and windows opened; a pail p.:.:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N.N:N:11:N.N.N.":N.N:N.N.11.N:N:N:N.H.N:N.N.N.N:1.:N:1 ;
If moreover, is setting out on a ;
also a bucket of coal, .
f When facts about
complete .
I .... 't't.11
GI public works program that will bring hurricanes a're not' in before breakfast. (If; I .t... ''""., .
+ no definite returns to the taxpayers is time to do attend
so, upon ; ;
was the case in connection :::: ::::
ii who furnish the money, while the em- week's storm-the who call) ; ;
ployer who expands under NRA looks : Speculation
services of the state The store must not be opened U .
, press JJs
forward to definite profits. These
Sabbath unless and
nish the public with what
q!1 are some, of the reasons, said Secretary -I only 'for a few minutes. ++ ., .. .. !
storm be verified. ,/ 't..t'
news can ,
J ... t. .
Roper, for the apparent conflict I The employe who is in the ..." Is ;
agencies that contact the Exciting '": :" "I .... "
i in policy. He might have added that t .t..t. ..
of smoking Spanish cigars, be- -t
t public some day may learn to :I::t.. ts.. '
reduction: government expenseswas this course. When they do, at the barber's, going to Is... .s.t.t.s _>,
, a move toward balancing the
and other places of amuse-
''I lic will be spared a large yy '
budget, without which credit would y
will his
assuredly give em-
1 be imparied. The private employer needless alarm.Ft.. Myers reason to be suspicious of his ;;;; but aren't safety of principal and assured ::::i:

! must balance his budget too, but his Press. and :.t..t.tt..: return more important right now? +.;. .
honesty. ....
i i.u. = J
;j additional expenses under NRA, as t s. ... i'I
Each employe must not ''l
EUPHEMISTICVORDS pay : : If you are ready for real profit wIthout .:..:. \.
stated above
are added on the ex- than $5 per year to the church .::4 any breath-taking thrills (as most sensible .;_+_
i' pectation that they will reap a profit, must attend School these
Sunday e's people are days), you'II be interested 't"1
! while added government expenses Newspapers are often called :_::_: in the Building and Loan plan. It has .s::: :

I reap only a harvest of complaints for the sake of decency in Men employes are given one ++ been going along serenely for many rears ++ :

from the taxpayers.-St. Petersburg writings to use euphemism, a week for courting and two :%::%: now, paying its patrons consistently highs :::::: .

Independent. as a rhetorical figure of go to prayer-meeting. + returns, without doing any tricks with ++ ':.3
which an inoffensive word in After fourteen hours in the .'t..+ their money. "2..=- "J

NEEDLESS HURRICANE ALARM pression is substituted for XX XX
pleasant. Acertain place is the leisure hours should be .:..t. As a matter of fact, there have been fewer ++ ,
United mostly in reading.-Exchange. 'i..t' actual losses under this plan than under i"i'
Again the States has : to as a "disorderly house, a .
:.i::=: any other financial plan in the world. That :s.:.:;: "
been needlessly alarmed about the kind of attack. is called Boarder-What a beauti- +.!. covers a lot of territory, but it's the truth. .;..-
plight of Florida. Wild assault certain police
rumors gain- a that is! X XX .

ed wide circulation about the terrible charge is put down as -well, p'raps 'tis. But if ++ Even thc late, unlamented depression.s + 1 1.t"
I devastation of this peninsula bya fense." / had to plow that view, harrow :" which left many other established finanJ. .:.._:. !

tropical disturbance. The suggestion But there are 'other it, hoe it, mow it, fence :_::: cial institutions in such bad order, failed :i:):: '>J'

I I of possible loss of life very probably where this sort of rhetorical pay taxes on it, how would '.;'...;". to hurt the reputation of the Building .;.+
was believed by friends of Flor- adopted for other A s .s and Loan. .t.- y
purposes. ? ":' ;- ....... -,.-. .....
I .. 'j"t"
) ida in the North. rain in California is sometimes :" I :c' "I i:.'1.fh'T.1': ..l .:'.::' .c

1 r And again the radio served to ed by the loyal press as was a very stout lady, and had XX YY sWe

spread unconfirmed reports abroad sunshine." When the tried to be accommodating to ...:. XX. '
i throughout the land indicating that drops below freezing then but even her obliging {.+ Can Help You to .=."._.

conditions were far more horrible is said to be "crisp," and an YY Ah
had to refuse request from
a -
than the facts :;;;; Own Your Own Home + ;
Justified. Even us- quake may be designed as who sent her little boy .XX 1 ;;;
ually reliable Lowell Thomas in hIs little rumble in the ground. XX
the "Please
following message: _
nation wide broadcast that Is heard The latest example of this 2 i
mother sent me over to see
by millions (while they are waiting writing come from the could get a couple of pounds .!f i
for Amos 'n Andy) told the world board where a West Indian off of you." Clewiston Home

I that there was,no way of determining cane has been hovering. The yy Ah .rII
how many were dead in the Florida "hurricane," however, is not -

! storm. ed and instead we read I of this state believe in call-

I A tropical hurricane in itself is "northeaster" pounding the I spade a spade. We sincerely Building Association U; (t' .

l bad enough for Florida. But the Jersey coast. The press it is much better to tell the

f spreading of bad news about the effect do go soi far as to refer to the truth than to try to AA

, of a hurricane in this state is bean gale. the public. You will be :!:EI:;: Administration Building ** ,

\ even more damaging than the forces This suggests the idea to out In the end, anyway. '; ....."
of nature in their most ;:"i' AN IXISTITUTIOX FOR SAYING ...:.
destructive the next time a hurricane this reminds us of the way a yy AAr'
I mood. And in the instance of this towards Florida, the press Englishman called another M

week's storm, South Florida was helpless state send out "zephyr a "liar." The expres- :::: Clcviston, Florida :;::;: ,

I to refute the exaggerated reports No, on second thought we used was: "You have com- ._.?. .

bcause between here and the North like the sound of "hurricane, an unintentional inexacti II

: all communication lines disrupt- . . ...}V. VV. .v .... .v. ....v. . ..
v .
-y were we like, to think that the -Sanford Herald. ............................ ........................... .. ... ..
: : : ; : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :.: : :.:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..


,- -, t.


...- -
and he fell upon his face to the, Smoak's corner.

earth. (See Judges 20: 16.) Progress on the concrete bridges

I Personal MentionJack I Says Life :Insurance ''Companies Then David was taken before Saul bas been ,slightly delayed' by the
and Saul "said unto him Whose son
storm this week but the work is
art thou thou ? And David
young man -
Will Surpass All Past Records .. answered. I am the son of thy still going forward as rabidly as
: House and H. R. Hopper spent servant Jesse the Bethlemite." Now possible and doubtless all the bridges

the week end at Sarasota.E. Jonathon, the son of Saul and a will be ready by the time contrac-

President of Penn Mutual brave soldier stood by and heard tors can get on the job.

E. Kelly left Saturday for a Saul and David talk "And It came The Womans Club and Commis-

I three weeks trip to Chicago. Cites PerformanceIn to pass, when he made an end of sioner Boe each of whom had sent

r speaking unto Saul, that the soul of petitions to the department had previously -

C. J. Loworn spent the week end Depression Jonathon was knit with the soul of received assurances that the
David, and 'Jonathon
loved him
visiting friends In Winter Haven. as contract would be let within the near
GROWTH in life insurance his soul. David was promoted and
.. A future.
-- led
his army'against the Philistinesto
:.. that'will break all past records
A. L. Hackett spent the week end will be experienced when business battle. And when David returned .
with relatives in Brunswick Ga. returns to normal in the opinion from the slaughter of the Philistines Fishing Activities )
f "' of William-A. Law president of the "The women came out of the citiesof
Penn Mutual Israel singing and dancing, to
Life Insurance Company
Mr. and Mrs. Gayle McFadden a former president of the meet King Saul-and said Saul has Delayed By Storm

spent the week end- at Fort Myers American Bankers' Association, slain his thousands and David his

Beach. and a recognized authority on EgiI ten thousands-and Saul was afraidof
financial subjects. David and tried to kill him. So (From Moore Haven Democrat)

Charlie Miner attended a meet- Mr. Law said the -future growth ( I David fled into hiding, afterward he Due to the storm which was reported -

ing of the school board in LaBelle of life insurance is assured by the called on Jonathon secretly to learn headed for Lake Okeechobee

Saturday. record of performance. of the legal whether Saul intended to pursue and on Sunday night of this week many
reserve companies during the last kill him Jonathon.agreed to go to (I fishing outfits remained at' dock
three and a half :years and by the ? a feast at his father's palace and
R. L. Coker left today for an ex- confidence which this record has 4fp A3 learn all he could and report to Da- and those outfits( already on the

tended visit to the world's fair at instilled in the public mind. vid at a certain place. When Jona- lake were forced to come into the ,

Chicago.Mr. "During the depression the life thon excused David's absence from security of the canal. As ,a consequence -

insurance companies have met one the feast and tried to defend him very little actual fishing has

and' Mrs. W. C. ,Prewitt, and L. of the most trying tests In' their 'Saul became enraged and tried to been done and practically no move-
C. history Mr. Law said. "With kill Jonathon. ment of fish to northern markets In
Sturgess the
spent week end at
Fort Myers Beach. business stagnated with banks failing 'And it came to pass in the morn- this the first week of the season.

with millions unemployed and / ing, that Jonathon went-out into the The A. G., Tanner Fisheries report
with vast numbers forced to draw field at the time appointed with Da-
the shipment of a few barrels of bass
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and Roy upon their life insurance reserves vid, and a little lad with him" After the first of the week but
the' a wire from
Jr., spent Monday visiting Mr. Green's companies.withstood the storm William A. Law giving David a sign to flee fromdan-
parents in Plant City. and are today In a position to meet safety of principal rather than big ger he sent the' lad away. David. the buyer Wednesday revealed that
I several times over legitimate they had not arrived at their desti-
any profits and we shall plan for security' came from his hiding place and
demand that might be made upon In old Too "they kissed one another and wept I I nation and it is feared that the
I age. many of us
Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Gardner of storm which has almost
have 'seen men and women lose with one -another.-And Jonathonsaid completely
i Miami were week end guests of Mr. "In the three years, 1930-32 the
their life savings to trust our fu. to David Go in peace foras- paralyzed transportation by rail
jyand Mrs. C. F. Goodman. reserve paid out life insurance than companies ture'welfare to speculation.. much as we have sworn both of us, further up the state, has interferedwith
'} more $7,000- "It Is in this that I in the name of the Lord, saying
'f ------- 000,000 'in policy and premium see a growthof the delivery of this first ship

Mrs. W. C. Prewitt returned Sat- loans, surrender Values, and life insurance beyond anything The Lord be between me and thee ment. A run-boat from one of the
pay- It has yet :"ched. Life and between seed and thy seed
urday from, a two weeks visit with ments to policyholders and benefi- appro insur- my Tanner outfits was expected in this
ance will be purchased more and forever. And he rose and departed:
her parents at Fort -:Meade ciaries. Despite these tremendous more ,as a form afternoon with the first real haul
Investment as and Jonathon went into the City.
payments, the life
insurance companies
of the
increased distinguished from the conceptionof Jonathon once more vsited David to
their total assets
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fontaine, and by more than it as solely a protection of one's warn him and renew their covenantof
$2,000,000,000 in the

son Bobby returned Saturday froma depression period. family In case of death. More and love and friendship. (1 Samuel ..................................... ... .
short visit with relatives in Tampa. "Those of us who have learned more their 'people funds to are life going to entrust 23: 16.) .... . ..................................

our lesson, as I am sure millions insurance com- In judging Jonathon we must re-
panies that have
Lawson Jones spent the week end have will save and invest far more the last few demonstrated in member that he was the son of the
carefully and,intelligently than years that they have King and, heir to the throne. What-
in Miami and West Palm Beach. He we the sound
have in the management and the ex" David gained in favor Jonathon
was accompaniey by Dr. G M Day, of past. We shall seek..,perience to film faro nt H" ever Good FarmLand :
-- -- ---- ---- u. h would lose.

Tampa.Lt. After Jonathon's death David said

E. L. Stewart left Saturday for' opposite sides of the of him "Thy love to me was wonderful -
.. and Mrs. N. L. Hemenway, : Jaksonville where he went to take lah." "And there went out a cham-of E- passing the love of women (2

Miss Kathryn Deam and F W. John- II his nephew, Jack Moorman who had pio out of the camp of the Philis- Samuel 1: 26.)

s son spent the week end at Boca been visiting here for several weeks. tines, named "Goliath of Gath, whose
Grande. II I height was six cubits and a span. for Rent
.(About 9 feet and 4 inches). Goliath Bids For Paving 67 .

Dave G. Alston in challenged the' Israelites to
spent Tuesday send
LaBelle where he attended a meet- unba!, cbooI be out'able a man to to fight saying "It he To Be Received SoonFrom
fight with
me, andto kill
ing of the board of county com-
me, then will we be
your servants
missioners. (eon but if 'I prevail againts him and kill ( Moore Haven Democrat) ,'

hilt, then shall ye be out servants Bids for paving road 67 in Glades
John K. Mowry left Saturday for and
serve us. -When Saul and all
county will be received by the State
St. Louis, where he was called to FOR SEPTEMBER 10, 1933 Israel heard those words of the Phil- 1
Road Department September ,
the bedside of Mrs. Mowry's mother GOLDEN TEXT: "A friend loveth at istines, they were: dismayed, and TrespassersWill
Mrs. T. E. Gonterman, who is seriously all times." Proverbs 17: 17 I greatly afraid." Now David heard according to a telegram

ill. LESSON TEXT: 1 Samuel 18: 1-4; I Goliath's challenge, and said "Who the Democrat yesterday from C. Be
20; 35-42. is this uncircumcised Philistine that B. Treadway chairman of the State

he should defy the armies of the living Road Department.
'Mrand. Mrs. B. E. Nail returned In chapters 16 and 17 of the 1st Prosecuted'The
God? Although the wire merely stated
j (Wednesday from a visit, of several Samuel, we are told"the spirit of I
Saul's Retel will receive bids for this workon
A ii weeks at Hot Springs, Ark., and the Lord departed from Saul, and, an rehearsed David'swords
visiting relatives in southern Ala- I evil spirit from the Lord troubled before Saul, and "he sent for September 26th," it is generally
him." I him understood locally that the department

bama. I One of Saul's servants told him of i i ,After a long talk with Saul David intends to pave from Main's .

David and his ability to play the was sent out to fight Goliath. corner through Moore Haven to
Murray Swindle, "Tubby" Swindle,
harp, and that he was "a mighty va The Philistine came near and said
formerly stationed here with the fed-
I liant' manof :warand prudent." unto David, "Am I a dog that thou
eral engineers and their .
brother Wherefore Saul sent for David who comest to me with staves-Then
Fred, of Ocala, spent the week end came and became Soul's armour bear David said to the Philistine "Thou FOR -

here visiting frinds. er. "And it came to pass, when the comest to me with a sword and a CLEAX COMFORTABLE ROOMS

I evil spirit from God was ,upon, Saul, spear, and with a shield; but I come TASTY APPETIZING Clewiston,
Mrs. Dave Alston left Sunday for that David took a harp, and played to thee in the name of the Lord 'of

Jacksonville where she went to meet with his hand. So Saul was refreshed hosts, the God of the Armies of Israel FOOD Company

her daughter Martha Nell, who has and was well and the evil ,spirit departed l,. whom thou hast defied.-And TRY :

been visiting relatives in Columbus, from him." David put his hand in his bag and '
Then there was war between the took thence a stone and slang it and WATANABE
Ga. They returned to Clewiston Tues- ,
Philistines and the smote thhe Philistine in his forehead,
Israelites and Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Prop. . .
day. their armies 1. . .NNN. .HN. .NNN. ti ......
were ,gathered on the that the stone sunk into his forehead M.1.NN .M.N.NNNN. .



H N 4 MY! r I
vn TIlE FOLLOWING items essential to
r v v YyJ'if J are regarded as

the production of clean milk:

; 1. Clean and healthy milkers and emplojees.

//41. I 2. Concrete floor and mangers in the barn.
3. Keeping: cows clean. Washing udders and milking -
% WIPED '%i+rii (
E with dry hands.

/ /4'P1' KEEPING THE WATER 4. Straining milk in milk room rather than in barn'.

%,. / 5. Cooling milk at once to 50 degrees F. or below.
LEVEL UP CAN SAVE a 6. Steam sterilization of all utensils.

% ': i. f' yOUALOTOFMOTORTROUBLE 7. Mechanical fillers and cappers.
8. Removal of manure daily (from barn and yard
/l/* J). Keeping floor of barn and milk,room clean. '
S 1 y ./e; 10. Proper screening of milk room. ,

11. Clean water supply. J
/ /
/ lr//cv/r Y y 12. toilets.
x l + /' l/. {

1 ) ? S / tyi <>lyd' 41'd,vft) i (Excerpt from statement'by Department of 'Agriculture.) "':

':} i
I IF ANY of the above requirements are missed it is \ ,

an invitation, to an unwelcome guest-Old Man Disease. :




d 5)) Before you start on that week-end trip drive in and let us put /x>-j I' !
; -:
1v1 I ( I your car in first class shape. We'll fill your radiator; check "

your oil; check your tires clean your windshield and check

your battery.And there's no charge for these services. Before"r.'

you drive out, fill your tank with that Good Gulf Gasoline;
now lubricated and get a FREE Gulf map to guide you. It ;

,i will show you where to go and how to go and with your car

in perfect shape you'll enjoy going. Mild

: D R I IVF I IN TODAY Distributor That Good Gulf Gasoline 1 DRINK MILK FOR HEALTHl"nmAY '

--- --- --


A __ __ ,

.. :-
-- ,
.-.--.-.--.- ,
., .. -. --.

'- SEI rEMIJEIl 8, 103&: .
ty., 1 AGE FOUR s'

I:M,;' I
; J_: to Fame, ; I'

; Beans in' Brown Bowls Good Progress Made INTANGIBLES MAY STILL RELIABLE I teach name a man how to carve out hIs. C.

,',", Removing Hyacinths FOR 1932-33 TAX On history's tablets to stand for an.age '

Tallahassee, Sept, 7, (FNS)- Inthe I can make warrior, rich man or
The dredge "Florida," which took opinion of Attorney General Lan-

', over the task of removing the dis, intangible property subject to 'Tis I sage. who; can conquer weakness and:
hyacinths from Three-Mile Canal taxation and on which taxes have not '
sin; ,,. :
about two weeks ago after the small paid for the year 1932, may still ;
that helps to'
". I give the courage h:
1 L; :," dredge, owned by the Spadaro Company be assessed for 1932 and 1933 taxes. win

i : crw'i had been, unable to cope with An opinion on this question was I quiet; sorrow and bring peace to ,

the work, has made splendid progressand asked for by Comptroller J. M. Lee bless, '' "

I : at this time has cleared the canalto who is actually carrying on a drive I hold the keys to the portal Success -'
a point about a half mile below i to collect intangible taxes and believes ,

:''i r,,:: the residence J. C. Swindall. For that property worth $500- He who will; follow achieves any end,. C
3i the first time in many months it is 000,000 can be put on the tax books.
For I, humble Work, am man'struest
\ ;r possible to see water in the canal State Bank Examiners under the friend.

instead of a mass of hyacinths.The direction of Joe Earman have been

i\ir "Florida" is owned by the assigned to the task of helping with NOTICE'OF

j I Arundel Corporation of Baltimoreand intangible property assessments, Mr. SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE "
was brought here from the dry- Lee stated. F

docks of that company on the St. '
! :
; Notice is hereby given that under
j{.<' Lucie Canal., It is, equipped with MY FRIENDHe :
and by virtue of Final Decree in that
the latest type hyacinth; dipper. '
: certain cause pending in the Circuit r
, e hat the entire length of Three- the vagaries of my mood. wherei t Clewiston Home Building {

' it taste better, somehow, brown sugar and a slice of bacon''" Mile Canal will' be cleared and navigation Say I was joyous, he was gay; Association is Plaintiff, and Roy L ,4

t, BEANS in brown bowls, or and browned until the bacon once more possible from If sad, he- felt the selfsame way. Simpson and others are Defendants ; 4

; some sort of earthenware con crisps and' sizzles its fat throughthe Moore Haven to Lake Hicpochee. A He held, with trusty common sense, I will offers for sale, and sell to the

ic. tainers. The 'French know this, beans. On a cold day, witha few hyacinths were blown back All that I told in confidence. highest and best bidder for cash, at '
:., and .they make most interesting good friend, or good book- around the end of the locks by the He died. And now I look around, the front door of the Court House
;'I:; earthenware dishes for such good here's food for the gods, or the high wind Sunday night but it is But such a friend is seldom found. at LaBelle, ,Hendry County, Florida, '
casseroles, onion ungodly. '' on Monday, the 2nd. day of October, '
# dishes as bean I! miss his
F soups and foods which somehow And here's recipe for a good likely that these will be removed by kindly presence, yet 1933, during the legal hours for sale, .
; dish to make at hand before they become thick A dog like that is hard to get.Exchange. described
;, belong in, these cheerful homely bean, casserole the following property lyIng -
containers--and 'happily stay hot ,home: enough to cause any damage. and being in Hendry County, to- .

In them., Bean and Cheese Casserole: wit: a
S ,Dice four slices of bacon and fry I HOLD THE KEYS Lot 5 of Block 172, having a
Ever Try These? crisp. Remove. Drain off most Cereal Tips frontage of 75 feet on Arcade .

f' There's a restaurant '''in New' of the fat, add one-fourth cup I[ am a Power, a Giant, a King; Avenue, as per the general planof
to be and brown gently. Add Clewiston Florida, Plat Book _
York which doesn't aspire pecans He who, will follow me wins everything ,
- { fashionable but. which serves onejthird cup diced cheese; thecents By Jane RogersJtiir ; 2, Pages 7 to 14, Hendry Coun-

some few foods which have made of one can of,oven-baked ty Records. '
I have found Fortune and broughther
t it famous. Noteworthy among beans, bacon diced and salt to Said property will be so sold
these are baked beans and good taste. Pour into greased individual to men, in accordance with, and to satisfythe

: coffee. The, beans have the taste' bakers. Cut two slices of I have forced Failure back? Into terms of said 'Decree.

of' those ,;Kood oven-baked beans 'bacon in halves and place a pieceon her' den; B. A. 'BALESSpecial ''' "
which can be bought in cans, and top of each. Bake in the oven I made the roadway that leads, up MasterA'
they have been placed in individual until the bacon Is crisp. This

brown earthenware pots with serves four persons.* "IwIH



". .
; R "
(Continued from page 1) "
: I (Continued, from page 1)) I : :. ;. .
street debris in the area. ,' # .
anxious' to stay longer, even if ite' The' heavy'' rainfall accompanying Mo i B' > E M B E li -", :),:...., r

.', meant omitting other points of interest :the storm caused terrific crop losses :
: '
1 ::), ,planned for them., They were near Pahokee. Two thousand acres :". .' ',: ::

:: (Of beans being reported destroyed: c .,: : 1
{> : shown the sights of !New York with I/ '
,|Ifarm ''lands are flooded and farming
. : the Director of Boys' Work of Jersey '* *
i :'.l : /h-
'is at a standstill. The state prison f5

.:' j-..;,.. City acting '-as' their personal (farm and the government experiment ,*

;.1\':.,". guide. I!station, both near Belle ,Glade, are %-' '
+\ ) I submerged.. ::4 r Ue5, t,.
. :.,. One spot visited by the boys, which
J .
i : f they all agree to be one of the highlights '
,p;;< of. the trip, was Niagara Falls, : FOR LEVEE CONSTRUCTION "

}Y-:' ':: which held their interest for one 'k
,1i/' full day. (Continued from page 1))
; 1 r)1HE crisp, ready-to-eat cereals WE DO OUR PART ,
H-;.'.'' The party of 50: boys 'and. 'four committee on public works and he 1. that are probably the most distinctive :'
told me that he would insist on its
1 jc V ; men, including the Fort Myeis boys feature of the modern
': /being placed in the first unit. American breakfast are also
W- .: among .,..
; and
scout officials, made the trip inn' -
Local citizens are immensely pleased the most adaptable foods the house-
,.' one large motor bus which had been+| ,that this important work will be wife can find. upon her grocer's

ihr'-.. : equipped. ; for comfortable travel. They continued without delay and sincerely shelves. 'WTE &n"Frny"readeby
j.r.',. appreciate the efforts of Mr. Peter- Corn flakes, for instance 'with W Shoes the ,
l spent the nights in Y.M.C.A's, en '
I son and others ,in its behalf. the usual milk or cream and perhaps JARMAN SHOE COM-
'. route. I fruit, make a delicious and
i l : : healthful dish for the children PANY DtQdon UWB
L : Those from Clewiston making the| A lady visitor, wishing to be politeto supper < r k

,d';i : ,. trip were:' Arthur King, scoutmaster the little son of her hostess at the 'or before-bedtime snack for mal SJwwmanqfoctntets Copotra33can, -' .
grown-ups. Then too cornflakes
! \.. ',,.', Jimmy Hall, James. Wynn Jack ',the table, said: "What a pretty dim- give an appetizing and novel If.ufwUle. T0d1CGs8ee. .1 .. k

a '.'.-'. '-: Wynn, Joel Wynn, Van Bush, Tre- pie; you have, Benny." touch to a wide variety of easily 'Ibese hsro -- .-

\\1 .- velyn Moltz, Owen Winn, and Jack "You think that's a pretty dimple, prepared cookies, candies and des r'
'edgDed the blanket code
\\ :, ; Winn. Junis Harris, a Belle Glade I do you?" said Benny., "Mamma, mayI serts. FRIENDLY R.eDttoaupport.P '
.: .
scout also traveled with the Clewis- show the the s-
: lady one on my tummy -
"j\"t: Corn Flake Waffle Cookies
: ....
-p ton boys. i.i oooewlUoIJ OFIT.
| %,
' : :' 2/2 cup shortening 1 teaspoon baking 8) 7ioe
: ,::' 1 cup sugar powder "",,-
2 eggs (well beaten) Vi teaspoon salt s.
:' .% cup milt 1 cup shredded;
j : ;
= X cop floor cocoanut
h 2 cups corn) flakes

: VACATIONS Cream shortening'and add sugar Clewiston Supply Co. ,
gradually. Add eggs and mix well.

Stir in sifted dry Ingredients alternately

:i and iiHEALTH with milk and add cocoanutand
corn flakes. Drop by spoonfulson

: :' hot waffle iron and bake until .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.............................'......................-..-.....................................................11
; ff golden brown. Yield: 30 cookies, II

2% inches in diameter. .
j. 8 .:. .i.
: Corn Flake Strudel I I .t

!' Jf-;!". ; By Dr. ERNEST H. LINES Put a layer of corn flakes In a y ,

I I' .:: .: Eminent Authority( and Chief Medical Director buttered pudding dish. Cover with

,!: r'lf..JIIt' New York Life Insurance Ii Company layer of very thinly sliced apples, .1 CLEWISTON 60LF. I

i t r';:u HOT WEATHER HAZARDS sprinkle with sugar and a little d
once or twice a day. It is some- cinnamon and dot with pieces of

ty Some times hard to maintain a regular butter. Fill to top with alternate y y
people spend their
J vacationsat schedule on a vacation layers of corn flakes and apples,
( particularlyif
t\ .".; home. If they use a measure of sprinkling the apples, with cinna- t.COURSE"i it
; do but
common sense about it, they may' get you any traveling, it is mon and sugar and dotting wJth i'

!>;{:< I more real benefit from their holiday most important that you do so. butter. Top with a layer of corn ..

'),':'" period than the people who spend: Many accidents occur in the home flakes. Bake In a moderate oven .:. 'J. 1.-.,.' :::

r f!':" their time in a mad whirl of exer- during hot weather from people 1380 F.) until apples are soft. ::: .:. ::: ;

\ \. cise and travel and 'return to .their moving or adjusting an electric fan .. .t. r ..
; work exhausted. Many of the same while it is still running. Always SCHOOLS FUNDS GET TO THE ?

) : '". I rules to be followed at home can make sure that the blades have BOADS EARLY UNDER PLAN y

'If ":-':' :, also be applied by those who must stopped revolving before touching .. ?y
the fan. Electric fans should Tallahassee, Sept 6 (FNS
work during the also )-Flor .t. .y.
summer months
t-, :' ,J' Above all, don't-try to do too much be kept, out'of reach of little da, public schools are reaping the I .... Y: .

'" during hot weather, either at work fingers. benefits of one' of Comptroller Lee's

r i". or at play. Get out of doors ash Baths campaign' pledges, fulfilled with the to the Public

: r much as possible. Use the parks and At least one bath a day is advIs- first local funds distribution under the of tax law redemption Ope ] i if
! '
playgrounds'your city provides for able during the summer, not only for providing that
clerks of the 'circuit t. 's
\ you and your children. If possible I the sake of cleanliness but also for .
. courts who collect these
funds shall
;, ,. get into the country during the comfort. A tepid bath, between 80 f
"'. .' I distribute them direct to the school ,
daytime. Go to baseball games or and 90 degrees' temperature, is an : .y. y
boards ..
and other
; county funds instead :
to the seahore, and get enough excellent way to obtain relief and is ::
"' of sending them to ;
Tallahassee ; ::
I ;- sleep. far better than one' that is too cold. '.*
II for the comptroller to = y ic
make the dis ..
.I '( Don't expose yourself too freely to Long immersion in a cold bath chills tribution.In .:. .. -. ., .::.
;;, the sun at first, but acquire a tan the surface of the body and congeststhe : ..
the past these funds have been ::: ..
i gradually. Excessive sunburn is not organs. I .t.
delayed from one to f
eight monthsin xi
1 I ; only painful, but may cause scars, Be careful getting in and out ot reaching the school boards., _=: Moderate Green Fees ..r i: '
serious illness i
!i'" or even death. the bath tub. Don't leave a cake of Under the new law, first sponsored i :: ;

i to cool Alcoholic the beverages not only fail soap in the tub or you may step on Comptroller Lee in his campaign, =: Exceptional Fairways i
body but
actually'increase it and have a severe fall. Spread a they reach the school in from 10._to i ::
) Its heat. Sweet foods and meats bath towel or rubber mat on the bottom 15 days. s ..
j'g' should be eaten ':i= Interesting Greens i
moderately. Rely of the tub to avoid slipping. Letters are being received by the ::

t., ,. more upon green vegetables and Never reach out of your bath tub and comptroller from county sup<.:rinten- y I ,t,
: fresh fruits. : Y
touch any electric connection or appliance dents all over the state praising both
; Be sure that waste matter isH This is exceedingly dange- the the
comptroller and cleiks Of the
., eliminated ;from,,the body regularly rous, :. court for the now plan .'X... "' -x-- *"' ''''''-...;+; '''(>*mmt*'''* 11