The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 15, 1933
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00440
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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EVERGLADES, Sept 11-A mem- ?EwBl WASHINGON-National Recovery
$ ber of Collier county's; NRA committee c : Administrator Hugh S. Johnson illustrated -

., was making a canvass of Tami- .., to a Pennsylvania audience.

MUCK MOVING JOB ami Trail communities to secure '; :" what the government is doing under WORKS

signers of the regulation consumer ; U.s. the sign of the Blue Eagle with a

cards. He stopped at a Seminole (dV.; story of an ox who developed an idea.

Indian east of Carnestown and "Once there farmer
'camp was a very poor of the
lr Wit ha bid totaling $100,982.93for PART' The effect NRA
will be
tried to explain the NRA movementto 'WE DO OUR plowing a field with an ox and 'a !
the removal of approximatelytwo in this section
an Indian buck and a couple of mule," said the General. "In the 'seen when the contracts -
million cubic yards of muck awarded
are for the construction -
squaws. midst of a furrow the ox got to think-
from the line of the federal levee : of the 14.0 miles of levee at
"You President Roosevelt's jng: 'I don't need to go on pulling:
near Bacom's Point the East savvy
on Clewiston and the 14.9 miles
together,' so he laid down and chew- I
NRA? asked the solicitor.
shore of Lake Okeechobee, the'corps Canal Point Pahokee
and well
as as
ed his Tha farmer couldn't get :
Engineers of the U. S: was apparent "No savvy NRA. Savvy Roosevelt, "when the contracts for the erection
the to budge he into the
ox got
low bidders when the bids with big grin," smiled the Seminole. 1 of the hurricane gates and drainage
yoke with the mule. At sundownthe
were opened in Jacksonville Mon- The solicitor took an official in- POSTED AT LINKSNew (culverts are awarded for the south I
mule home tired but the
came ,
-1ay, at the district office. I signia out of his kit and pointed to shore project.
ox was rested and talkative, and he
The Engineers' bid 5.05 cents the Blue Eagle.:
was The work is to
expected give em-
handicap ratings have been I
asked the mule: 'What did the boss
per cubic yard. Of the eight others 1 "You savvy Blue Eagle?", he ask- posted for ,Clewiston golfers, basedon say?' 'Nothing; he just pulled on I ployment to 3,000 men, both skilled
,who entered bids the Lukens hand
con- ed with patience. unskilled. Uuder the provisionsof
their last average game. These together with me.' 'Well, didn't he
struction company, with a bid of "No, savvy Blue 'Eagle. Plenty handicaps will be used in the sweep even mention my name?' 'Noohyes the NRA for contractors of this 1
3.4 cents, was second lowest bidder and of work all laborers will bo +!
turkey, egret, whoopin' stakes tournament to be held at the ; he did say something about you, type ,
on the work.It buzzards but Blue Eagle limited to 30 hours week.
no replied Clewiston course Sunday. Following' but that was later. A man drove up per
is the custom of the engineer- the Indian. The employment will be in the
is the list as posted by Lloyd Spar-
I to the gate just now, and they talked '
ing department to submit a bid on hands of the individual contractorswho
The solicitor went on about his row, pro.: I some and mentioned you.' 'Who
teach piece of work for which con- business but didn't tackle any more D. G. Alston, 16 K. Bowden 20 was that man?' asked the ox. 'That are awarded the various unitsof

(' tracts are to be awarded; and if Seminole Indians that day. He de-! Ed Butler, 25 M W Bigg. 24 was the butcher.' construction of the vast project.
.;, there is no other bid within 25 per- Bids for the contract for buildingthe
( cided to leave that job for W. Stan- H A Bestor, 19 J. Barrett, 14

,__.... ,cent of the engineers' estimate, the ley Hanson, Sheriff Louis Thorp or F. Durrence, 18 F D Duff, 12 levee at Clewiston will be open-
war department itself accepts the somebody better versed in the psychology J W Ezelle, 26 E. Fontaine, 13 TEACHERS NAMED ed in Jacksonville: September 25, and
bid and completes the work. In the I. for the unit Pahokee and Canal
? near
I and language of the Semi- Fr. Finnegan, 22 F A Flanders, 35
case of the muck removal contract noles.Ft.. Myers News-Press. A Flnaders jr,40 A N Gallant, 19 Point on October 2. The hurricane

I .near Bacom's Point, the next lowest B C ,Flaniken, 29 A L Hackett, 20 TO BEGIN TERM SOONAt gate structure contract will be let

bidder was a good deal higher than F M George 19 J J Harringt'n 11 after the bids are opened on October

the 25 per cent margin allowed by SUNDAY SCHOOL H R Hall 13 Fred Hill, 29 2. The actual construction of these

:the war department.. NL Hemenway, 24 Dick Knight, 24 a recent meeting a.f the Hen- units of the levee system will be I

Another project calling for the ex- Jim Harriugt'n 29 Hubert Land, 30 dry County school board a complete started early in October.

penditure of a million dollars will CONTEST NEAR ENDWith E E Kelly, 15 JV Moran, 21 faculty for the Clewiston High school I Priority is given to the units of

be opened for bidding at the Jack- M R Lawler, 40 C E Miner, 30 was selected, with three new teachers the huge project according to the

:sonville office of the U. S. Engineer C J Lovvorn, 17 W McCra'k'n, 21 being added to the list for the necessity for doing' the work.A .

until Ootober 2. This project the Reds well in the lead, L C Miller, 40 W C Owen, 13 local school.M. I press dispatch from Washington -

is for the construction of 14.9 ,milesof the attendance contest in the Adult I J' W Moore, 40 C. Parkinson, 23 G. Langford, principal for the says preference in giving placement

levee in Section 9 from Bacom's Bible Class of the Clewiston Com- V H McCarter, 31 J P Percy, 35 past two terms will be returned; L. of personnel .will be given to :

Point to the St. Lucie canal, and munity Sunday school will come to T. Puryear, 25 L Rosenburg, 40 P. Elam, assistant principal, Miss American citizens, persons who have

,will give that section protection from I a close Sunday. It is possible, however M P Peterson, 16 E L Stewart, 21 Vilma Rhodes, Miss Mae Drew; Miss declared their intentions to become

Rising waters of Lake Okeechobee on for the Blues to muster enough W C Prewitt, 25 Tom Shelley, 3 Elizabeth West, and MrsW.. C. Pre- citizens and citizens of Florida. Theseare

the thousands of acres of farm land points Sunday to nose out the op- Hoomes, Rich, 27 L C Sturgess, 22 witt, will again be in the local facul- expected to have first call for

near Pahokee and Canal Point. I posing team. Mrs. E. C. Mills is cap- E. Shelley, 13 Dr.. White: 13 ty. Miss Gertrude 'Balasok, of Ar- the positions to be made necessaryby

3Iore than 2,000,000, cubic yards tain of the Blues, and Mrs. A. O. G H Small, 30 Park'r Wilson, 40 cadia, Miss Marie Williams, of Quincy the construction program. I

'- of rock and more than 13,000,000cubic Ward is captain of the Reds. L 0 Vinson, 17 C F Goodman, 30 and Miss Eva Mae Green, of Plant 1\

yards of sand, shell and marl Last Sunday a record attendancewas Pete Wilson, 2R L Saxon, 40 City, will complete the teaching

will be used in the construction of had at the local Sunday school; staff of the Clewiston school. I LETTER ATTESTS

this unit of the protecting levee at least the highest number to attend Ladies handicaps, as posted, are Opening date for the Clewiston
which is to be thrown up around I during the past three years. The as follows: school has been set for Monday October -

Lake Okeechobee.On total attendance was 111 with 68 MrsBestor, 43 Mrs. Duff, 18 I I 2nd.Contract. SCOUTS BEHAVIOR r

September 25, bids will. be in the Adults class.: The contest Mrs. Flaniken, 50 Miss Gallant, 5Q( for the .transportation

opened for the construction of 14.0 has'done much ,to interest new mem- Mrs. Hemenway,60 Mrs. Hill, 50 children to and from the Clewiston '
:miles of levee section between Miami bers in the work.A Mrs. McCrack'n 26 Mrs. Owen, 45 school was awarded to D. E. Smithat I,

Locks to join the completed section committee was named by the Mrs. L. Miller, 60 Mrs. Prewitt, 45 a figure about 25 per cent less

Ii.a few miles west of Clewiston. Reds and the Blues to work out an Mrs. Peterson, 50 Mrs. Percy, 40 than was paid last year. The bus r.
That the Fort Myers and Clewis
1 ", entertainment program for the social Mrs Red'ls'm'r 23 Mrs. H. Rich, 40 will report to the principal each I
ton boy scouts lived up to the scout
,CIRCULATE PETITION FOR function which is to be held at Mrs. Sparrow.., 45 Mrs. Shelley,. 45 morning, C. E. Miner, school board "
law, "A scout is courteous, on their
STEWART AS WET DELEGATE j I the close of the contest. The affair Miss K Deam, 45 Miss B. Stone, 50 member said, and the principal will
trip to Chicago, is attested ,by a .
I will probably be held next Friday be responsible for the efficiency of :
i I letter recently received at the office
Petitions were being circulated.; !, night. This is to be decided Sunday.A the bus and for its operation. The
of the Royal Palm Council of scout-
1 Hendry County this week to place program committee was recently STORM CHART IS bus operates to provide transportation dom at Fort Myers.

the name of Elbert L. Stewart, for- for the Hooker's Point and coun- I
appointed to provide out of town The letter follows: .

mer Hendry County representative, speakers as often as possible. The PREPARED BY MEN ty line pupils only. Augusta, Georgia i!
the ballot to the state Contract was made for the enroll- '
on as delegate committee is: 11rs.11ark Lawler, ;Mr. Richmond Dean, President, :
convention to adopt refuse the ment of the North LaBelle children :
or chairman, MrsCampbell NaIl, Mrs. Ft. Myers Boy Scout Council B.S.A !
proposed 21st amendment to the fed- Grover C. Poole, and Mrs. W. C. IN GLADES AREAFrom (Glades county) in the LaBelle high Fort Myers Florida. :
eral constitution. The 21st amend- Prewitt. school; a prorata share of all income -
Dear. Mr. Dean:
ment would abolish the famous 18th I of that Glades county school !
I have had occasion to our .
and would legalize .the sale of liquor tax district, and a pro rata share of
I ( Moore Haven Democrat) Executive from Augusta, Georgiathis
in the U. S. 23 Collectors Take the income of the Glades county
: On display in the window of JohnDowd's week and he gave me a statement
MrStewart's name would go on general school fund, except the race )
drug store this week is a which I know will please you
the ballot, pledged to vote for the Over Auto Jobs track revenue, will be paid to Hen-
model of the storm chart which is and all scout-ers in Fort Myers.
amendment. dry county's school fund for the edu-
repeal soon to be put on the market by its He said that following Mr. Kight'avisit :
The election is to be held October cation of the North LaBelle children.A
inventors, R. B. Mcllroy and L. E. with his boys-en route on a '
10th. In the election 67 delegates Tallahassee, Sept, 13, (FNS) system of purchase order con- '
Baker. both of Moore Haven. tour-to a local restaurant, the restaurant
from the state at large will be selected -1 State Motor Vehicle Commissioner trol has been inaugurated in the office -
I I Mr. Mcllroy and Mr. Baker have owner called him up and
and thes will cast the state's George Wilder, has announced that of the county superIntendent, !
been working desperately to get the made this statement:
-. official vote for or against the repeal 23 county tax collectors have already and no order, not properly signed, '
chart on the market before the end "I gave $5.00 to Scouting last
question. The method of vot- made bonds, been assigned to duty, will be recognized by the board,. Mr. .
of the present storm season but the year. Put me down for $25.00 next
ing on amendments is much the and checked in as tag agents. Miner said.COAS'l' !
that will teach
securing of patents, making of dies year. Any program
of the Commissioner Wilder said that by
same as the election presidential for the maps' and mechanical devices boys to act and carry on like gentlemen 1
November 15, his department hopesto GUARDS COULD NOT
electors.Campaign ha's taken a great deal of time but when they ale on a tour of
have all 67 tax collectors distributing -
Mr. Mcllroy1 states that practically PLAY HALL-HAD TO FIGHT this type is worthy of the best sup- I
tags. Each tax collector, must
everything is 'contracted for now andit port we can give it."
Started To make special bond in addition to his to
Clewiston's baseball fans began
well for
will be possible to begin mass This certainly speaks
bond as tax collector, and each is interest in Cuba's pseudo- I ia
production within six weeks. take a real the direction of your boys now on
Raise Aid Fund solely responsible for the licenses issued -
$100 The chart includes a complete revolution Sunday when they learned tour and is extremely beneficial I

in his county. map nf_. flip rnrrihr_______>_nn u !Spo_.. and Gulf! that members of the Ft. Lauderdale to the Scout Program by making +,:

A call for $100 from the Clewiston No sub-agents will be appointed I of Mexico with all islands therein Coast Guard baseball team were ordered 'friends all along the line. Congratulations :
by the motor vehicle department in to Cuban waters pending the "
chapter of the American Red Cross and all territory bordering on these ''

was received this week from national any county, Wilder stated. bodies of water. This map will be political upheaval in the island. The Cordially, i;

headquarters. E. L. Stewart, the License tags for 1934 will be printed in five colors with every scheduled baseball game between the I (Signed) Kenneth G. Bentz, :

treasurer of the local chapter, has placed on sale December 1. I island and many points on the main- Coast Guards and Clewiston had to Regional 'scout executive IJ i

already started taking contributions land, especially in Florida, named be postponed on this account.

and it is expected that the quota will Jacksonville, Sept. 14.FNSThe )- that are ordinarily disregarded on The Coast Guards' manager wired "CULEBRA" BEGINS WORKON j

be raised within a short time. ; state livestock and sanitary I the average map. Instead of the his regrets and expressed hope thata SPADARO CONTRACT I(II|

The call for the emergency fund I I board meeting here last week voted i regular marking of latitude and later ,series could be scheduled. -- !1

was sent out to raise immediate relief -!I to petition the federal governmenl i. longitude in divisions of five degrees, i (From Moore Haven Democrat) i Ii'|

o funds for the hundreds of stricken I for an advance of $500,000 to com- this map will be marked off with I CUBAN AVOCADO CROP OFF; The dredge "Culebra," big 24" i[i..I

families in Florida, The telegram plete cattle tick, eradication work in each degree between latitude 10 and I EXPECT HIGH PRICE HERE'.hydraluic machine owned by Ben .!

from John Barton Payne, national I Florida. 25 degrees and longitude from 60'to Johnson of this city, started work "q'

chairman expressly stated that the With this sum, the eradicationwork 98 degrees. For locating the I Destruction of Cuba's remaining Tuesday .noon on a portion of the'j:j

funds raised in this campaign would I could be completed in 18 storm a metal slide is provided avocado crop coupled with the esti-i lakeshore levee which Mr. ,

ix be used wholly within Florida. months instead of three years, according which clamps on the degree of longi- mated loss of 60 per cent of the i son has sub-contracted from the Spa'f!'f!

.. The Red Cross certainly needs no !I to members of the board. tude given in the storm report. Up- crop grown in the Sebring-Lake :daro Dredging Company. I

;, introduction to the people of South Many'men would be given employ- on this slide is a metal disc graduated Placid area, leaves all southern and I I The "Culebra" was to have begun '

Florida. The rehibilitation by the Red ment, and damage suffered by the I in the sixteen points of the northern markets open to Florida'work last week but was delayed by ,.i
... 4.
\ :. Cross after the storms of 1926 and cattle industry during the recent compass and on this disc is affixed Avocado growers who still have the Labor Day storm. It began at Ii'

\C 1928 are fresh 'in the memory of storm could be quickly repaIred. I a metal arrow which may be turnedto marketable fruit, according to JohnJ. the end of the section recently cpm

those who were in the stricken ter- According to State Veternarian indicate the direction taken by the Mathers, manager of the Florida pleted by the McWilliams Company ",

ritory. More recently the Red Cross Knapp, the storm damage amountedto storm. At the pivot of the arrow a Avocado Growers exchange. east of town and will work north-

has proven its worth in sending in about $15,000 including the flush- small hole is made so this point t can Before the hurricane destroyed the westward to meet the Spadaro dredge

more than a car and a half of 'flour ing of almost every dipping vat in the be coincided with the exact centerof Cuban crop, Cuba was shipping from which is working from the point

xx to this community last year besides state and damage to 100 to 150 the storm as given by the federal: 12,000 to 14,000 lugs of avocadosto where the dike intersects the Lake- '

several hundreds of yards of cloth. miles of quarantine fencing. High weather observers, as the disc is the New York market daily. \Vith port road toward Moore Haven.

..i Anyone wishing to contribute to (waters resulting from the storm made to slide to the exact degree of this competition eliminated Florida Mr. Johnson has not been reachedfor

,the emergency relief fund' is requested Knapp said, will cause cattlemen in I latitude. The arrow is made to growers should re'ceive fair,, prices a statement at this time and It.

to see Mr- Stewart at the First south Florida to lose much valuable scale 400 miles long from the pivot and have a gradually increasing. price is not known just what the length"his ...;

A Bank of Cl WJStO 1. pasture land; (Continued on page 4)) until the end of the se sop'. of subcontrastCLEJfISTON I


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The Clewiston News arrived there for an overnight camp I for the government to ask a few

and also making it appear that the million boys to give their lives to .

Published every Friday in Clewiston, two teams had actually met at that TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY BY settle a disturbance in Europe it

: Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, site; so they proceeded to proclaimit RUSSELL KAY must be fairly reasonable to request ,' .:.

Inc. as the site for the future Capital. a few million merchants to endure ',' :
They felled logs and constructed a I a little discomfort for the common ;:"
Entered as second class matter cabin to serve as the future Capital good. c ....\;

!. ;/' February 1, 1927, at the Post Office building.-so it would seem that 'way Mama Nature is certainly a great must be raised to carry on this work. 4. To bear in mind, that, after fall

I Ij; at Clewiston, Florida, under the Act back in 1823 they had the idea that little kidder. Here we were just 1 I You and I, who In this instance this time Uncle Sam is not ask- J'

;, ,r.1 of March 3, 1897. the Capital should be centrally located gettin' up on our hands and knees Providence has treated kindly, are ing me to leave my home and my .. .

'if; :. to the population. ready to do some first class crawlin'and called on to donate food, clothingand family and shdw a ma/chine gun ... :

.t : "When Florida was admitted into she picks up a handful, of the money.Of squad that I can take it. '.:.: Y

';: _I -., Interests A newspaper of devoted to the best the Union in 1845 Tallahassee had Atlantic ocean and throws It at us, course you would If you could 5. To realize that patriotism is; '
Hendry county, Florida.
; .. It's leading then grown Into a village of between turns on the cold shower, and like but you feel you are so hard up, patriotism, even when there, are no I

newspaper. 400 ,and 500 inhabitants, mostly negroes the old woolf in the bedtime story: with the car and radio and frigidaire bugles. '

on the plantations. The gov- "Woofs, and puffs and blows our to pay for and the kids starting in 6. To regard the Blue Eagle as 'n

,! '.:, Subscription rate, per year...__...$2.00 ernment census of 1850, five years house in." school next week. It's terrible and a Blue Eagle and not as a Chisel- ".- .

.J......... Outside of State of Florida--....$2.50 after the state was admitted into the When that crazy storm did a left you're sorry and everythingbutAnd beaked Woodpecker. \.;)

::1-' Union, shows some 24 towns in the turn at Lakeland and went snortin' thus you ask:. "Am I my broth- 7To remember that I have an ;:'..,..

,1 State, none of which had over 5,000 up the middle of the state, we folksin er's keeper?" obligation to do something more ':;0:

Clewiston Business Office, Clewiston News, population. Tampa, then known as Tampa celebrated Thanksgivin'two Stop a minute and picture the than stick a picture of a bird in a ....j.
,1 Florida. Editorial and .
months in advance thinkin' we'd
ofa :
Fort Brook but post front window.
Advertising, same. was an army plight of these poor folks who, be- -
small garrison of soldiers, not evena escaped. Then along comes a flood fore the disaster, were situated much 8. To realize that the slogan is : ::

handful of citizens. Fort Myers that takes the dammed Hillsborough the same today. "We Do Our Part" and not "We )
as are They
JIUCK"SOIlES was also a small army outpost and river like' Dewey took Manila. Now Dupe Our Part." I'
CONVICTSMr. : had homes, clothing, food, and yes, J.
all the folks who their confi-
: J has continued on as.a. city without put a lot of bills and obligations. Now 9. To develop a rousing hatred ;,'

'j Nathan Mayo, commissioner' a change of name until the present dence and most of their earthly be- all they have left are the debts. of trickery, chiseling and the old .;:,,
coast there longings in care of its banks find ::
j time. On the lower east "run-around. ....
of Agriculture and head of the prison their assets bein' liquidated. Suppose you were to sell your .;. ;:.
was another army post, Fort Dade, 10. To have no time for the fellow ;
department of Florida, stepped into Maybe Mama Nature was just tryin' radio and all your living room :
blossomed into obstruct :
which after who would rather a
many years
the front pages and into trouble yesterday to be helpful by joinin' In the furniture and gave the money to, the '
.'i the present city of Miami and in plan that might cost him a $500-a- 1
when he allowed himself to Red Cross, or were to gather up all '
!: : be the peninsula section of the state, administration program and destroyin' year loss than to support a plan that ,<1
quoted by the Associated the
Press She clothing and food in the house .
fourth of the '
',', in addition to the above mentioned one crops. would enable ten million people to : : },1
suggesting the removal of the state certainly did a good job if that was and donate It to the relief of those :
founda .:
posts, would have eat legularly.
army :
prison farm from Belle Glade, in the big idea. However, her plan of who have lost everything, wouldn'tyou ,
I trading post at Mellonville, on the 11. To stop talking about "inter };f
the ,
Everglades, on "account of the distributin' the loss makes it doggone still be ahead of the game? The "
health St. Johns river, which was after- ference with natural economic laws, .
conditions. i tables might just as well have been "
lot of innocent bystanders.
tough on a '
wards known as Sanford. There was "inevitable business cycles, etc., and
.. Convicts are human reversed you know.If '-.
,.., beings, and also a trading post on the St. Johnsat to realize that nobody ever got a ,;;
j, ; as such are entitled to safe But bein' in less of a we'd been
I living more or Just smart enough
theOklawa of ditch citing
Palatka, also one on wrecked car out a by ..ta.i
1-! /"'. quarters in a healthy location. It ha river known as Ocilla, now knownas hurry, Dame Nature probably figured here in Tampa to rope off both sidesof precedents. .1

:: : certainly is not our intent to even Ocala, and near the present site that even if she did destroy all of one our playful river the day the dam I 12. To remember that we were .

:".:'.J suggest that convicts should not be of Biooksville there was a Spanish person's property and left all of an- broke and had charged the spec-;all demanding action-and that fintil'

: be given humanitarian treatment regardless outpost known as Melendez." other's intact, it wouldn't make any tators a dollar each admission, we'd ally we got it. -t.>_

,. of the crime difference and have at 'hundred thousand '! ,
they might I since charity least a 13. To realize when in a critical

have been convicted of committing, erly love would adjust the brOtl1-i dollars in the old relief pot right mood toward Little NIra that nobody ,

but we do say that the Evergladesfarm Vacation and HealthSUNSTROKE the end. now. Or if we had a ten cent tax has suggested a 'better plan for .

should not be% abandoned "on She knew that nearly two thous- on every. gallon of gas folks used quick action. .<.:

account of health conditions the the shores of ,Galilee the drivin' around ::
as and years ago on past week lookin'at 14. To be willing to 'take it on

commissioner of agriculture has sug- the Wise Master left us one com- the wreckage, we could build all the nose for a year (if absolutely .' ',' gested. AND HEAT mandment-greater than all the the refugees a new home. head- !"
"'. necessary) to cure a national I.
Mr. Mayo said the convicts had PROSTRATIONSEvery rest-that we should love one an- The thrill of helpin' ought to be ache. '::;

been suffering from "Everglades, summer has at least a few other; answering for all time the even greater than the thrill of look- I 15. To keep ever foremost In the -.

sores and itch" and he advised the days of excessive heat. Whether insolent querry: "Am I my brother'skeeper in' so let's everybody chip in and do mind, when talking about the sacri- :-\{ :

:, ," board to move the convicts to another -I you are on your vacation or at work ?" our part. Don't wait to be solicited. fice being asked of me, that, after ;>/fall

location on account of "health ,'in the city, certain precautions should Today in Florida, hundreds of I The need is Immediate, send your I'm not asked to put on a uni-

'.' conditions." He would keep a few Ibe I'I taken to avoid sunstroke and families are homeless. Many of remittance today to the nearest Red form, go to France, dodge shrapnel, :.

'. .' : negroes, he suggested, there to cultivate them barely escaped with their lives. Cross office.A ,
i' -:heat prostration. It is also well to sleep in the mud and get what comfort :>
.. the state's sugar cane and All they possessed has been swept fact girl named".
]:know what first aid measures shouldbe little unselfish cooperation on out of the a

,.t.. .. would move others in at harvest sea- administered to those who are : away by wind and flood. Through no the part of everyone right now will Nellie is knitting me a pair of socks.
,I son. fault of their own they find them- '
It: afflicted. I do more to set things right again 16. To work more and talk lessThunder" "
:. Mr. Mayo would do well to study selves without food, clothing or
than else. Florida
Sunstroke is a condition of the anything has
:. : "
conditions shelter.
iP before putting out an body resulting from exposure to intense it on the chin before and came upsmilin' Stolen .. ,;
,J official The American Red Cross, throughits
stamp of disapproval "Stealing the thunder" was coined
on a
and we'll snap out of this
heat and the
body becoming
:! .. relief unit has undertaken -
locality "because of health condi- disaster In an early English playhouse. The

,f ;; '. .. tions." It is true that some persons over-heated. It may prove very I ; the task .of careing for those just like we snapped out ,of the material placed Inside a cylinder to i
t do suffer from muck itch and sores, I unfortunates. Immediate fundsRuralCommon others. simulate thunder was taken out with

but these are 'in the vast minority. Among those most susceptible to the result that the ominous sound was .

: .. He may as well sunstroke and heat prostration are rolled.
; suggest abandonment lacking when the cylinder was ,
i' ," of the prison farm at Raiford because people who over-indulge in eating Some one had "stolen the thunder." _';

IV; !and drinking, who are not. accustomed ..
a few prisoners there in the rJ
,'7 ," past have contracted fever. during to excessively hot weather, who : Sense } Spuds Johnson; !.

it.:. : their stay. I suffer from debility brought on by -FOR- rand \

!-' r.' Perhaps we are a bit up in the fatigue from the heated atmosphere, CLEAN, COMFORTABLE ROOMS ,

.i. air over the commissioner's statement and who sleep in badly ventilatedrooms. PRETTY UP THE PLACE BY the arguments. TASTY APPETIZINGFOOD

t,:,. but -we earnestly request that- ; PLANTING WINTER FLOWERS 2. To give the iron ear to the

, ,-"' Mr. Mayo, and all others in an au- To prevent sunstroke and heat :fellow who has all those reasons TRY 'j

I thoratative position, weigh well prostration it is advisable to avoid Mary and I have decided to prettyup why it won't work. WATANABE If
their words and all alcoholic and 3. To remember that we are ina :
stick to the known liquor everything our little country home so that it
t facts before else that ;war, and that if it was all right I' Mrs. F. R. Maxwell .:
branding the Everglades might impair strength. won't look so bare and forsaken this Prop.

as unfit for convicts. The rest of Loose, light garments should be winter. We are going to plant some

i" :, ,- us here live happily and enjoy good worn and the head should be pro- of the annual flowering plants which '..............................:................................................................................................................................................
: health. We resent such a thoughtless -. tected from the heat of the sun, would have ,to be planted in the !.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNN:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.1N:..:NN:..:..:NNNNNN:.

';1 statement made by the head of although the head covering shouldbe Spring farther north, but if plantednow

a.:;.'., ., the prison bureau and the Commissioner such that it allows a current of in Florida they will bloom during -

,r' ; of Agriculture. air to circulate over the head. Don't the winter months. Y? ,,

, : play tennis or golf, or expose your- ** yy
We have a bulletin from the College -
.(.i i LOCATING. THE CAPITAL self long in the sun, during the on growing annual flowering yy Speculation :;::::

heat of the day. Keep in the shade.A yy yy
plants, and in it we have found along .
The recent flurry of the suffering from sunstroke .
moving { -
list that can be planted in Sep- **
capital from Tallahassee to some' should be carried to a cool, shady Is ::::
choose the
tember. We intend to ones Exciting
',' place located more nearly in the geo- II spot immediately. If possible, the that we personally like best but since xx 1

., graphic center of Florida brings to entire body should be immersed in :
; you might like others here is the list:
light some interesting comment and cold water in a bath tub. Ice may ff
Ageratum, calendula, candytuft, cornflower -
;. '. facts. be added to the w ter. Although a yy
cosmos, gaillardia, gypsophilaor .rf.
:, While we are neither taking sides tepid bath is most cooling and best '.' but aren't safety of principal and assured ?
breath nasturtium ::::f: .
: ( baby's ), pansy .
in the question nor vouching for the for people in good health, in case .:..:. return moro important right now? ::::::
r.c truth of the pink, poppy, scabiosa, snapdragon :.} I. ", ..._
following of sunstroke it is to bring
we necessary
stock, sweet alyssum and sweet : If you are ready for '
,.' do say it is interesting reading, and down the temperature of the body ff t, real profit without .'f'..:.
... with this thought in mind we give with ice water. peas. There are possibly others, and .f... .( any breath-taking thrills (as most sensible .4: :
''i' then in October we plant some larkur : people are these days), you'll be interested y.i.?
the \
.I'. following excerpt from a letter to After being kept for ten or fifteen :_::_: :. in the Building and
1-; Will M. Traer : lupine, and verbena. Then .:..:. it Loan plan. It has :::X
;; -. editor of the Winter minutes in the bath, the victim some of the tender varieties, such as .i"i. 'i been going along serenely for many :years .:..!.
' Park Herald, who is one of the prime should be to bed between = ': now, paying its patrons .i..i.
put aster, coleus, marigold petunia, phlox :::: consistently high
factors in the recent "capital moving blankets, without being dried. If ; returns, without dOing any tricks with :::':
salvia and zinnia, we will plant about ; '
movement. ;: : their money ;;;?;
there are only feeble signs of returning February. Then we believe we will :::j: .t.: .
"I wonder how many of our people consciousness at all :::j.::
or none
of flowers throughout ff
have succession -
'. are familiar with the a ; ; 'r -' As a matter of fact, there have been fewer .: .
story to .f
as at the end of fifteen minutes the .r ,
t.. : the greater part of the year. : actual losses
i how under this plan than,
', the site 2 under .i"f.
was selected for the ::::: \
K''' \ treatment in a cold bath should be We have a light sandy soil, and were any other financial plan in
, ; capital? The world. That :::::: '
4 r, '. 1823 when legend is that back in repeated. This should be continuedat going to mix,, with,, it a good ;ff;;; "..x'' :. covers a lot of territory, but it's the truth. ff '
. Florida was a territory until o.::: .: ;,
fifteen minute intervals and ;
amount of well rotted manure
: and .
' with a very limited population, consciousness is well establishedand ;.f :}; Even the late, unlamented
: decayed leaves before we plant the ... depressIon,
most of h ,, '. '
which ,: ,
was inVest Florida, which left many other ...!.
: there the body remains cool. It oc- seed. This will supply plant ,foodas :Sf: m. established finan- .
were only a few army posts casionally happens that after a lapseof well as increase the water holding f+ .:, cial institutions in such bad order, tailed ::ii::: I r ,
1' ; .. in the Southern section and the to hurt the reputation of the '
some time the victim begins to I ff
! capacity of the soil. To get a quick :
.. and
King's road laid out by the i' Loan. .?... t
Spaniards feel stupid and the body heats up growth we are going to put from 31 o..:.
, extended the yy _
up East Coast through ....
' again. In that repeat the bath
St. to 5 pounds of fertilizer like we use yy .
: Augustine and Iyy : '
across the yy
1' treatment immediately.If :
: ". to Pensacola in the garden on the soil a
and it ....
was decided
I j :. select a site for the State Capital.to no tub is available, the body week before we plant. '.f We Can Help You, to :....
; The should be stripped and sponged with According to the bulletin we should ...f.

I ',;; <,. manner(as I have arrived at for this selection ice water for a period of 20 minutesor sow the larger seed in rows, but ..;.".:.. Own Your Own Home't"'
< been told) was to .j.
I more. This treatment should be should plant the smaller ones in seedbeds yy ....
:. '1:1.;; start an ox cart
. ; from St. Augustinechiving :''
!, repeated ,at fifteen minute intervals and transplant the plants. We
J'. West to Pensacola, and one ill much the same way as the tub to the ground
will move them open
:- starting out the same day from Pen f
Ii-' '. sacola driving East to St. Augustine treatment. when they are about 4 or 6 inches ... Clewiston Home if:
'.' and it was agreed that Respiration sometimes ceases in high. We will give them about the
where'these cases of sunstroke. In that case, a cultivation and wateringas y
;; two same care, ,
I ox teams
I!, met was to be the dash of cold water over the chest and we do to the garden vegetables. Incase
site of
. the team from Capital.St. Augustine It seems made that face may help restore it. Artificial .they turn yellow and seem not tobe 1.f Building Association if
respiration according to 'the'prone
\ better time than the Pensacola crowd growing, we will liven them up by '
method be practiced after the
: and when may applying a little nitrate of soda or yy
they reached
hills in that the red clay body has cooled. sulphate of ammonia. On frosty :;::;: J
section which is now Administration Building :'i:* "'
will i
Tallahassee nights we spread canvas or ;
into .
:; :
!" thinking that it camp, Jacksonville Gets Loan burlap over the tender plants. .,... AN INISTITUTION FOR SAVING .;0'mm : I
was well located, Washington .
: Sept. 14.SecretaryIckes .t .... I,
and when the Pensacola. ox team ,;... mm...
proached, the St. ap- today announced the allotmentof THE BLUE EAGLE PLEDGEBy :'..:. Clewiston, }i'I orl d.:..:. i I
Augustine : :
were $250,000, for the construction ofa ( H. I. Phillips) .....
very busy about "
camp making shipside terminal and b
,i it appear, as. though they had dust lock at .J ..cl'on' v1llo Flu.;market I promise: 1i 44, 'rG .
I 'nf r I 1. To uupport the cock and cut %wn x--w) ,.., ..iIPAGE 'f.:,

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cut. gates with thanksgiving, and into rule the people in the right way. of God. Begun in the fourth yearof

I Delicious salad cake and tea was his courts with praise."' Psalm 100: This choice pleased the Lord,' and he his reign, It occupied se'reu years
I Personal MentionC. II, served to the following guests: Mrs. 4a.LESSON answered that because he had asked in building. About 200,000 men

Dave G. Alston, Mrs. Van Cothern, TEXT: I Kings 1:11. for wisdom instead of riches or a were employed in building the

Mrs. N. L. Hemenway, Mrs. MarkR. PRACTICAL TRUTH: Public long life or the life of his enemies, temple, which on the highest spotof

W. Clarke of Tampa, was hereon Lawler, Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Mrs. worship is essential to every com- he would bestow upon him the Mount Moriah, faced by the east-
business Thursday. V. H McCarter, Mrs Gayle McFadden, munity or nation. wisdom for which he asked, and It consisted of a porth, an outer
Mrs. A. A. Munroe, Mrs. Clement I TIME and PLACE: About 970B. exceeding great riches and honor in chamber ,and an inner chamber j

Ed. Butler left Tuesday for Gaines- Nail, Mrs. Campbell Nail, Mrs. IveyM. C.; Jerusalem. addition, and also, if he should walkin numerous side rooms for the use! of '

Tille on a business trip. Pafford, and Mrs. Grover C- Poole. Solomon was the son of King Gods' way, his life should be the priests. The court was the real'
David and Bathsheba, who had been prolonged. place of worship for Israel; the

MRS. H. R. HALL HOSTESS TO the wife of Uriah. Solomon's Wisdom. We are at temple itself, the dwelling-place of .
Wiley Talbot, of West Palm Beach ,
Jehovah, was entered by the
CLUB JIEMBERS WEDNESDAYMrs. The following. discussion of Solo- once given a specimen of Solomon's priests :
visitor here Sunday.
f.I' mon is given: > wisdom in the judgment of the (Continued on page 4) i.

+ rr David's Charge to Solomon. WhenDavid's famous plea of the two women both
F. R. Maxwell spent few days of H R. Hall was hostess to NOTICE \
a son, Adenijah, plotted to claiming the same babe: Later, (1 '
this week in Tampa on business. members of her bridge club at her make himself king after David, Solo- Kings 4:29-34) we are told that OF SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE
home Wednesday afternoon.Following' .
mon was proclaimed king at the instance j Solomon was the wisest of all men.
? Miss Hazel McAuley, of Moore an entertaining after- of his mother Bath-sheba, 'He is said to have spoken three Notice is hereby given that under
' noon of playing prizes were awarded and by virtue of Final Decree In that
Haven, visited friends here Monday.C. the prophet Nathan, Zadok the thousand proverbs and written a
Mrs. D. G.: Alston, for high score, certain cause pending in the' Circuit '
priest, and Benaiah, the general. As thousand and five songs; also Ps. 72
Court of
and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, for ,holder of Hendry County, Florida.
David was about to die he gave is attributed to him.
J. Lovvorn spent the week end the lucky card.A whereifi Clewiston Home Building
Solomon a most impressive charge: | Solomon's Magnificence. The Association is Plaintiff
visiting his parents in Okeechobee. delicious salad course and iced and_,I oy L-
"I am going the way of all the king is called "the magnificent." All ,Simpson and others are Defendants
tea served to Mrs. Campbell
was earth; be thou strong therefore, and his plate and drinking vessel were i I will offer for sale, and sell,to' the
Mr. and Mrs. 'A. W. Lawrence Nail, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. Grover
: show thyself a man." He bade him I. of gold. His household daily con- highest and best bidder for: cash, at
moved into their new home Saturday C. Poole, Mrs. T. B. Shelley Mrs.G. I the front door of the Court ,House
follow the Lord. in all his ways. sumed thirty oxen and a hundred
B. Thomas, Mrs H. H. Turner, at LaBelle Hendry County,. Florida,
With this David the great king, died, :sheep besides game of all kinds. :
Ray McIntoch and Parker Wilson Mrs. C. W McDonald, Mrs A. A. There on Monday, the 2nd. day of October
after a reign of. forty years, seven was a constant succession of
spent Sunday in Arcadia_ and Frost- Munroe, Mrs. Roy Green Mrs. J. W. 1933, during the legal hoursfor sale
years over Judah in Hebron and guests. The train of his 'servants
the following described
proof. Ezelle, and Mrs. D. G. Alston. Mrs property lying -
W. C. Worth was tea guest. thirty-three over all Israel with was such as had never been seen and being in Hendry County, to- '
Jerusalem as ]his capital. before. wit:
Ed. Rogers, of LaBelle was trans-
Solomon's Dream in Gibeon: 1 Solomon's Temple. It was David's Lot 5 of Block 172, having a
acting business in Clewiston 'Ved- (Kings 3: 415. In a dream Solo desire to build in Jerusalem a great frontage of 75 feet on Arcade
: nesday.J. unirap 'tIjooiIton ( mon heard the Lord asking what temple to Jehovah. But this was Avenue, as per the general planof

boon he should bestow upon the denied by the Lord because he wasa Clewiston, Florida, Plat Book
H. Booth, of Cy Couch, of La- 2, Pages 7 to 14, Hendry Coun-
king. Solomon's reply was, first an man 'of war, and God's house -
Belle were in Clewiston on business ty Records.
Wednesday. expression of gratitude for all that!should be built by a man of peace; Said property will be so, sold
God had done for him and for his I In building the temple Solomon had in accordance with, and to satisfythe
' September 17, 1933. father David; second, an expressionof the aid of Hiram King of Tyre, who terms of said Decree. '
, E. M. Cornett, Ford salesman of
SUBJECT: Solomon. humility; and third, a petition for (furnished the cedar and fir which B. A. BALES
LaBelle was here on business Thurs- I'
y day morning.W. GOLDEN TEXT: "Enter into his wisdom, that he might be able to formed_ so great a part of the house Special Master

P. Stuart, of Bradenton, was

in Clewiston several days this weekon .

business. .,'

Mrs. G. O. Wallace, and son, Rod- .

; man, of Pahokee, were' visiting : :; {.::( ... "h'
L -
: : ,
friends here Tuesday. /nlJ : : AA .- : / ; <:::' <' ; : "
a.. k : :: _,
... ., : ;
Liuet. and Mrs. N. L. Hemenway : ."- ', ,". y \,'" \ '" MEMBER ," I.
; .
spent the week end at their former '. .. I

home in Jacksonville.

Jack Barrett, of Canal Point, was
among out of town players at the U.

Clewiston golf course Sunday.C. T 'f I

V. Parkinson left Sunday fora .
two weeks vacation which he will ;"
' + spend with friends in Baltimore.Mr : '
.'" : : >; ; "
} ':; : ftljv ,f' :'lr';;' y/
and Mrs. C. L. Downs and H" \ :.. ,,. .
,( lJ"
:Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, were ; :' : -- './ :;
:, ,'ll\ \
.visitors in West Palm Beach Saturday "' I >: ) .. !ll ': .'
: ,'\ il: .(: ,: 1"1-.. .ti, ' ,. : ;
'''''''':&i' \ .;ti "" 't,. ...

William, Hooks returned to"'his .:;: W; C roud and :<
home here Monday after spending a ( I glad ,

;. part of the baseball season in Orri ;, ;
: f
.' lando. :,

'71 Mrs. Ivey Burnam, of Dallas, Tex., :,'t.: i ;
arrived Monday for an extended visit : i

with her sister. Mrs. J. F. Tippey and <, do .
to rt
family. our 1)a '
Mrand Mrs. J. G. Penney, of j'l : :

Miami spent Sunday here as guestsof ): : : .'; .. 1 tt :;: 'L
Mrs. Penney's sister, ,Mrs. F.,< R. : : : ..

I Mawvell. :': : .- :: : : :, : ", ."'. > ;: < ;.:: :; : : : ,

Paul Deam, and C. H. Berner werein '
West Palm Beach Monday attend- It : f

ing a meeting of Gulf Refining company I


Paige Bussells .and J. W. McDonald 1
'ti of Wilmington N- C., were here : r
Tuesday and Wednesday, represen- President Roosevelt's acceptance of the On August 1st of this year, Chevrolet announced a : ;'. j

ting the Atlas Powder company. WTH Automobile Code, Chevrolet, the blanket wage increase as well as the adoption a 'j"T;

Lula ,.j largest builder of motor cars, 7 /-hour, 5-day week and the employment of 12,000 tt'
and Miss
Williams Thomas were Douglas married in Moore Ha- :, officially begins operations in accordance with the additional men. This wage increase was the secondadministration's ':

"_ ven Wednesday. Judge R., C. Vorhees, recovery' program. in the last 4 months, Chevrolet having been among :.trr4",

; judge, performing the cere- the first blanket increase'into effect. -. ':::: '
county Although the official code was signed only a few days to'put a wage .; :

mony. T_ ago, it will be interest to Chevrolet's many friends We feel that the President's recovery program deserves .

.Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley and '. to learn that the Chevrolet Motor Company started the whole-hearted support of every citizen and

family returned Monday night froma to carry out the spirit of today's recovery program '
manufacturer in America. It is a bold, swift, courageous -
mqnth's visit with friends and over three !
years ago ,
I plan to start the ball rolling toward economic
relatives in Chicago. They were accompanied -
home by Jim McMakin, At that time, we put into operation a "sparetherecovery.. Its sincerity is unquestioned. Its objectives .

of Chicago, who will spend several work" plan, whereby our workmen cooperated in are admirable. And the direct, forceful steps .,' '\, :}

months here. spreading the work to give more men jobs. JBy: means the President and his associates are taking to make r{ "

of of this plan, as well as by regulating hours of work it a success, should stir the pride and admiration of 'i- ;0: ,,
and family
Mrs. L. C. Reddish, .
week retail demand and '. .
per to meet by building up American. : "
last weekto
Jacksonville arrived here every ? ;.
make their home. They have parts stocks in lean seasons, it was possible to carry >.;.
We are proud and glad to do our part. And we are
moved into the residence of Mr. and 33,000 men on'our payroll through the depression.

',a Mrs. R, C. Nowling at Hookers Point. For eleven months of each year since 1929, we have deeply grateful to the American people, for the

The Nowling's moved into the Alston kept our employment within 10 per cent of this patronage that has enabled us to anticipate the

house near the school building. average. We are justly proud of that record. We'are present recovery program and to .play our part '

also proud to say that Chevrolet workmen did not, today. After all, the immense number of men employed '
The Ladies Aid of the First Pres- '
byterian church of Fort Myers, have at any time during depression, become a burden by Chevrolet is a direct result of the con.

extended an invitation to the ladies ; on public welfare departments. tinued preference America has shown for Chevrolet

. of Clewiston to meet with them at ,,!,' I

Fort invitation Myers was Monday also given Sepember the Rev 18. An W. :'. ;, ,_ CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY, DETROIT, MICHIGAN, Division of General Motors ;

B. Furgess to address the gatheringon

"The Churches of Hungary and : ri; ;

K *:' '-, MRS Europe.MILLER" IS HOSTESS AT ,, r-


L C. Miller entertained a few {r

of her friends with an afternoon of '
bridge at her home Tuesday after-
noon. :

At the conclusion, of play prizes '
were awarded to Mrs. V. H. McCarter,
,, holde rof high score and Mrs. D. G. o
:p. Alston holder of low Mrs. NL.
Hemenway was: winner gt the lucky ftFnmAY 5 3 '


'.,,= x-, ,._,_ ,.> I_.___

: '"
depth reveals depth idle phrases
I and unkept responsibilities.

'r liY CHART MEX IN IS GLADES PREPARED ARE: ROUND ANN....................:........NN.. ..NHMHN.. .. .0.. ..M..H..N...

I' ': (Gainesville Sun) i

". (Continued from page 1) Just a ,short while ago the reading

;, to the tip 'and sixty; miles wide, the public was agog over the revelations
average width of the center of a of the Washington Merry-Go-Round. Good FarmLand

tropical storm according to the. in- I 'I Tallahassee not to be outdone has
I II I her The vogue now
: ventors.On I publicized own.
of the investigators -
to be investigation
seems ;
: ',:.,:, the margin of the map will ap ,
; pear a complete arrangement ,of the -
The legislature selected a committee -
flags and signals used by the U. S,
to investigate 'the charges of !
Weather Bureau to indicate the dif I for Rent
". ferent type winds' and directions 1 I I fi ,. y high Even prices before in the school committee text books.had

r The complete chart will sell for approximately -
fInished its deliberations there comes .
f: :;" 250. Insofar as possible 'iI
; ," everything used in'it will be the charge of excessive expense accounts -
a probe to probe the probe.
: ,: manufactured. in Florida; a' Tampa;
will be of more than
The disclosures
concern having ,charge of the fina
passing interest but they will only
i assembly.
afford a fleeting glimpse into, prac-
The working plan is simple }4.. tices which long unconfirmed have I

person owning one of these charts, been universally believed to exist. Trespassers

upon hearing of a new disturbance Summer Much political capital will be forth- ,
I Be
: Will
in the storm area will locate tin SoupsICED coming and some political stars will _

center according.! to the latitude and commence to fade- out in the dawnof i Prosecuted' .:'
longitude given and set the disc or coffee in frosted glasses somme and one cup of water to a new day.Patriotism ,;
that. point.: Then, the arrow will be with ice, a platter of the cauliflower. Bring to boiling. has been summoned to \
salad with Saute one tablespoon of minced
taker ham, potato
turned to the compass course .
of depleted treasury.Appeal
the rescue a
: mayonnaise dressing onion for a few minutes in two
by the storm and as the average creamy made by high
frozen dessert tablespoons fat. Add three table has been
velocity is always given in the reporl served and wafer-thin on cress,cakes-and a what I spoons flour, stir smooth, thin authority that back taxes must be .. J

and the arrow is scaled accurately tc with little of the hot soup, then valiantlyto
will the one hot dish be, for these a paid and the people come I
-four hundred miles it is easily pos summer-time meals? If you have add to the soup and cook until : the rescue of the state; this has j
sible to determine where the. storm some delicious summer soups up creamy. Season to taste with salt been met by the suggestion that, the
will hit the,mainland and how long il your' sleeve-or much better, on and pepper. This serveS' six per- patriots who issued the call be askedto I The i

!' will take: it to reach that, point, pro your menu list-the answer is sons. Simmerone show their tax receipts and lead i ,
vided the storm sticks to its original simple. Quick Vegetable Soup:
: of delin-
the out of the morass
slice of onion with the con- way ClewistonCompany
":i":<, r course. Should the course change Here They Area tents of one No. 1 can of tomatoesfor quency. So we go round and round ;::

N the chart may be adjusted accordingly Tomato and Cauliflower Puree: five minutes. Press througha grabbing for the brass ring that will ..
a. and'the path of 'the !storm follow Cook one medium head cauliflower sieve. Add the contents of one entitle us to another ride. The 'j'jI

ed accurately. until tender, and then press can of bouillon and the contentsof scene has its merriment, but 'the ,
in sieve. Press the contents an S-ounce can of vegetablesfor ( ,>:-
Much interest has been shown through a aftermath of exposure has its trage- j
: of No. 2 of tomatoes salad' and one cup water. Sea-
: a can .
AV"' who the model has inspected on display'and it closely everyone agree the through contents a sieve of also one, and can add of with con- son for several with salt mi and nnteg.pepper* and boil dy.and the The life faith of of the the state, people sickens wanes as "'QJ ,.....................................:..:..:........................................y ,(1 i

that it is something that will come '
': : to be regarded almost as a necessity '
storms. victorious,. 7-4, by virtue of run was counted. ;
,x in the area affected by these emerged .1
Mr. Mcllroy states that a number of a strong ninth inning finish. Although .the game was arranged ...sIII1 ..... :

orders have already been placed and Clewiston drew first blood by hurriedly a good crowd was out to :J:

J* ? predicts a ready sale as soon as it scoring one run in the third when see it.The. A Questions and Answers Si
is possible to secure the charts and Avant for ,J JI
to advertise them effectively. Business Avant singled, stole second and I I.
houses expected to be par scored on Rutland's single. They Clewiston, and Hendry for Moore II
Y are i About Milk
,;";'. ticularly interested in securing these scored again in the fourth on a base Haven fought on even terms I : ., f fi

charts for display but it is also hit by Lowe and a succession of throughout the game, Hendry givingup .
.1 the inventors that by :Moore Haven errors, and went into I II
thought by six hits against Avant's seven. i ; ,
.: reasonable cost the fifth with Moore Haven trailing 1 1I
providing a
Hendry had the edge in strike-outs
nearly every family will, want one. 2-0. In that inning the local boys I with seventeen against Avant'ssever. I Q.Do s' Milk carry disease? ;

The are also expected to prove invaluable -I scored one when Bales singled, stole I A. Only dirty milk carries disease.. ,\
, A Gantt's single.Moore !
and scored
guides to tships at sea in second on .
: I were:
:: '. charting the course' of storms as well Haven took the lead in the Starting lineups I Q. What diseases may be caused by dirty milk? .j
to companies operating air trans- seventh when Hendry and Doe Clewiston: Rutland, ss; Ward, 2b;
. ,' port as lines. It is als' :-hoped that one singled, stole' a base' each, and scoredon Gilley, 3b; Goad, Ib; Guthrie, c; A. Tuberculosis, Scarlet Fever and ,Colitis.Typhoid Fever, ,!

." ,of them may be placed. in every a couple-of wild pitches by Avant, Lowe, If; Mitchell, rf; Clark, cf; Djphtheria, Dysentery ,i

.;"'..' school to serve not only as a storm Clewiston ,hurler, making the score Avant, p.Moore .
chart but as the most complete map I 3-2 in faqr of the locals. : Haven: Dowd, cf; Mathis, Q. What of these diseases are most common? '

of .the Carribean ever made ; The 'lead changed again in the IE; Daniels, c; Daugherty, ss; Hendry, j A. Dysentery and other bowel diseases. I

The invention is protected byq[: eighth :when Clewiston scored two p; Boe, 2b; Bales, 1b; Atkins, 3b; I

S. patents and the inventors are runs on' Gilley's two-base hit followed Gantt, rf.TOMATO. Q. How do the germs of?these 'diseases get into

'.',,:,', now working to secure foreign patents by successive singles by Goad and :Milk I
in Mexico, the West Indies and Guthrt' ?". Score 4-3, Clewiston. PLAN TO A. Careless methods by the ones who handle the I
the various small islands. No planof f.-" milk arc responsible for the diseases.
distribution has yet been effected In.the ninth inning Hawkins went JOIN TX XRA MOVEMENT:: :: j ; ,?f)
,in./b bat for Atkins and started off "
O e inning: with a two-base hit. Tommy (Excerpt. from statement by Department of Agriculture.) 'if

Griffith, one of the old-timers, Homestead, Sept. 14.-FNS-
Gantt and helped Steps to organize tomato growers
went in to replace
! the boys'out with a single, advancing under the National Recovery program CAN YOU AFFORD TO TAKE SUCH RISKS?

BY Hawkins to third. Dowd drew a and a request fob an immediate

tI base on balls and Mathis ,was safe embargo on foreign grown tomatoes Patronize a Sanitary, Modern Dairy
I at first on a fielder's choice that retired to make possible the recovery of: _

MOORE HAVEN Griffith but allowed Hawkins this industry was taken here last

i I to score. Lloyd Daniels then put the week at a'meeting attended by truck I

finishing touches on the game by growers representing 7,000 acres. I II I

(Moore Haven Democrat, ) I' parking a terrific drive on the courthouse An organization to be known as "The IIt ..

";: : The Moore Haven: and Clewiston lawn. "The hit was probably Florida Association of Tomato Grow- It CLEWISTON DAIRY COMPANY

junior teams met on the local diam- I good for three bases but after the ers" ,was formed and an executive I '

ond Sunday in an unadvertised game I winning run crossed the plate no committee named.LT I II I
was'made for Deniels and his.
from which the :Moore Haven boys 1 play
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