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 22, 1933
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Tallahassee, Sept. 22 (FNS-) FOR NEXT PROJECT
FOR DIAMONDBALL I Tallahassee, Sept. 22 (FNS-
.fj According to an estimate made by The states first allocation of motor AGAINST FORMER
the office of the state
superintendentof I
vehicle taxes and other state moneys
public instruction, Florida will Clewiston has been the mecca for raised for
COURT HERE SOON county school systems totals COUNTY
have a school-roll of approximately contractors Interested in entering i approximately $300,000. OFFICIALTwo

425,000 students and 12,000 teachers bids for ,the construction of the 14 Distribution of this available sum

,, when all the public schools of mile section of federal dike. The, has been delayed because
some county -
If plans now in progress are sat- the public schools of the state have bids are to be opened at the office of indictments charging em-
superintendents have not submitted
isfactory completed a diamond' ball opened for their fall terms.A the district engineer in Jacksonvilleat bezzlement against J. L. Taylor, for-
complete reports of
field will be erected in Clewiston complete report on enrollmentwill two o'clock Monday afternoon. I counties to the state department of mer Hendry County tax colector and

within a short time. The Kiwanis not be available until October one indictment charging manslaughter -
During the past week large insruction. These
a num- public county reports -
Club of Clewiston is undertaking a because schools In some counties do ber against Joe Mathis, ,negro, was
of of
representatives dredging information
include as to the
project to finance such a field, to not begin their 1933-34 terms until 1 the net result of the two-day sessionof
concerns have been in Clewiston get number of schools in operation last,
provide lights and equipment, and September 25. grand jury at LaBelle as It
ting more detailed information on year, number of pupils and teachers, closed
to form four rfr five teams in the A few counties will make tuition its session' Tuesday night.
f construction data, prior to submit- cost of transportation and other incidental -
city for twice a week games.At The indictments
charges for children whose parents ting bids for the work. The engi- expenses. against Taylor

the meeting of the club Wednesday live In other states. This practice, neer's sub-office here has been hum- Distribution of the state school charged a shortage of $15,300 in thecha'rged

.g 70 season tickets, at two dol- however, will not be general the ming with activity giving this infor- fund is made on a teacher-unit basisof a shortage of $15,300 in the
lars each subscribed. The clubis state office said. 1931 tax roll and a
were superintendent's mation to contractors' representatives. one teacher to every 30 pupils. shortage of
hoping to raise some three hun- Funds are usually distributed to the $5,000 in the collection roll for 1932.

dred dollars by the sale of season His trial is slated to come before
All contractors are told that this counties monthly.
Seeds Are
tickets in advance to finance the Added tol the circuit court in LaBelle next
project, as well as all other units of Last year slightly more than $5-
project. Other funds, will be neces- Thursday, September 28. Taylor will
the Lake Okeechobee navigationand 000,000 was paid the 67 coun-
sary: but it is said that arrangementare New Drug Store LineA flood control project, will be ties of the state for public school be represented by Judge W. D. Bell,
made for securing the needed of Arcadia, and Senator Arthur

capital after the first three hundred i completed as rapidly'as possible. It education. Gomez, of Key West.
full line seeds, fertilizers is believed that the contracts will
k is paid in. The negro, Joe Mathis'
t:" and hampers has been added to the be awarded within a few days after I
: .The location for the field has not $1,000,000 ApprovedFor out of the killing of Henry
./2.. line of the Clewiston Drug company, the bids are opened; possibly by the
p been definitely decided upon as yet, Lowe (Sears Red) and Jim Long
end of the week. Work will
C. E.Miner, president of the concern, begin immediately -
1 but one location prominently 'mentioned -I announced this week. after the contract is Florida Roads (Baby Wild Cat) whom Mathis is

is the vacant block just ,off awarded. said to have shot and killed'in a
"We believe that this section is
Sugarland highway, south of the Harlem dance hall and beer gar-
entitled to a centrally located seed,
Clewiston Motor company garage. A Approval by the federal' administrator den in the negro quarters near Clew- 1
and hamper store, and
high tension power line is ,already I of public works of the program iston on the night of June 27 after
therefore we have added this to
erected near this location, and a MAYO RETRACTS i for the expenditure of $1,000- Sears Red and the Baby Wild Cat
business. More farming, should be '
minimum cost will be required to 000 for speedy repair of Florida had forcibly taken a pistol from the
done around Clewiston, and the
," complete light the field. The club is roads damaged by the Labor day prisoner earlier in the day. -The two
south shore of Lake Okeechobee this
communication with the owner 'HEALTH' REMARKAT storm. The approval was made by. negroes who were killed represented
season, than at any time in the past"Mr.
of equipment such as will be needed Secretary Ickes yesterday. themselves to be "the law" Mathis
Miner, said. "and we are goingto '
-; to give'a perfectly lighted field for Although no definite programwas said.
fill this need for such a business. BELLE GLADEWhen
night playing.It The Clewiston drug company was announced from Washington as Civil Action MondayIn

., is planned to have the teams given the agency for the International to what roads will be included in a civil action for the replevin of

of the city divided into a league, the program, it is expected that apart certain
Fertilizers, whch was relinquished confronted by a large de- garage and machine shop
y with two games a week played by a short time ago by the I of the funds will be used to repair equipment, valued at $1000, R. L.
legation of residents of the Everglades
the locals. Then, a Clewiston team lewlston Motor company. The storage I Conner's Highway on the Eastside Murray was given a verdict againstC.

will be organized to compete with room will be the room formerly Commissioner of Agriculture![I of Lake Okeechobee, which was E. Lanier, of Avon Park. The action -

similiar teams from Fort Myers, occupied by a beauty '''parlor in the Nathan Mayo retracted his state- I damaged by the high waters follow- grew out of a business transaction

West Palm Beach ,and other places. rear of the Cottrell building. ment that the Everglades' was not ing the winds. For some time a in the incorporation of the

Tom Shelly, Dave Alston, Earl Delivery Service Added suited for the white prisoners at the I twelve-mile section of this road was Glades Auto Sales Inc, at Clewiston.

Fontaine and E. L. Stewart are on The Clewiston drug company is covered by water, and several zrid- Evidence brought out, at the trial

the committee from the club to ar- starting .a new service today. Delivery Belle Glade camp. ges were washed out. showed that Murray was in posses-
will Mr. Mayo said his remarks were The distribution of these funds sion of certain
range for financing the field. be made on purchases equipment and thatC.
based on a statement made to him will be a part of the federal relief E. Lanier had
from eight to six daily, J. G. Niblack, agreed to financean
by L. F. Chapman, prison superin- program, and will be divided so as
will sales
manager, said. This include agency in Clewiston; It
Clewiston Motor Adds telephone orders for any: article in tent at Raiford, and that his state- to give as much work to as many- Murray-would put the equipment in

the store, he said ment was erroneous. However, he laborers as possible.Liquidation the business. Murray alleged Lanier

To Equipment HereTo added, the prison farm at Belle failed to live up to his agreement;

Glade was not coming up to the expectations that no' stock In the corporation had

SEA SCOUT TROUP : the prison board had Costs been received by either Murray, nor
give quicker service in car when it was established.An .
Johnson of of
owner a part
; 'ifl greasing, the Clewiston Motor com- Reduced Lee
PLANNED LOCALLY irate body of Everglades residents By the quipment, nor Harold Maglll, c
pany recently installed a highpressure -
met the commissioner at the owner of other parts of the equip
grease gun at its garage here.
prison just out of Belle Glade ment in suit. When the Glades Auto
This equipment makes the Clewiston i A meeting of all boy scouts who camp Tallahassee, Sept 22 (FNS)- ...
Sales Inc., moved its location from
and( began: to fire questions at him
Motor company one of the most up- are elegible for membership in a Cost of liquidating Florida's closed
I its former location
concerning his statement equipmentwas
to-date garages in this section. Em- sea scout troup is to be held at the made the State Banks the past fiscal year was
privious week in Tallahassee that taken by Lanier. Murray's suit
ployes of the Motor company say Boy Scout Hut on Ventura Street $1,401,000.00 of which $1,065-
Iwas for the of
k "health conditions" in the Everglades recovery, possession. f
the new equipment will permit giving Monday night at eight o'clock to discuss 427.00 was expended during the last
made abandoning the Belleoiade Murray was represented by J. M,
a thorough grease job in about plans for organizing a sea six months of 1932, according to recapitulation -
'half the time required by the handgun scout patrol in Clewiston.All camp practical. After a long being compiled in Comp- Couse, of Moore Haven. Lanier's ,attorney
discussion as to why and how the was L. O. Gravely, of LaBelle,
method formerly used. "Not a first class scouts above the age i troller J. M. Lee's office for the an-
k Belle Glade built he finally
camp was -
better job, but a quicker one," they of 15 are eligible for membership.It nual report.
admitted the error of his
say. is the plan of those sponsoring statement. The statement said onlya The total cost of liquidation for MERCHANTS JOIN

the movement to organize a patrol few white prisoners were left at the six months period January 1,
and to secure a boat on which sails the regime of the
SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS TO to June 30, under
the; camp, the others had been moved
may be mounted for use in Lake new Comptroller was only $342- TO MAKE TOURNEYLocal
HOLD I'JANQUET TONIGHTThe out, some on stretchers. He finally
Okeechobee. There are now being 20 3.00.While. '.'
admitted that only two were removed ,
crapped several life boats and small
because of their health; one for large savings were shownin
Reds and Blues of the Adult (cutters by the U. S. Navy. Many of
dental treatment and the other for every item the most noticeable reduction merchants cooperated with,
Bible class of the Community church these, have been donated to
sea an operation. for the 1933 six months Lloyd Sparrow in making the sweep.
will hold the contest banquet tonight scouts patrols of the south, and it is over 1932 six months was in salaries stake tournament, blind bogey and.

.. ate 8:15 at the Watanabe Hotel. Approximately the of the } '
:(: plan sponsors to secure and Liquidators' Commissions, which ;the Ladies tournament a success hero

)i ) 75 persons are expected one of these when the patrol is or- DATE SET FORBEGINNING have been cut from $370,972.00 to Sunday. The Clewiston Drug com.
.' to attend. The affair is being given .
!I ganized.All $116,826.00. ,Attorneys' fees also pany; the Clewiston Inn Sugar-
by the Reds, who were 'defeated in interested land Service Station
are requested to show a substantial' reduction, having Clewiston Motor

- the recent contest.Delegates meet at the scout hut Monday night. OF been $243,871.00 as against Company and Alston's drug

$38,751.00 under the new administration company donated prizes which were

Attend LITTLE BOBBY FONTAINE and included in the latter awarded the winners in the several

SUFFERS SEVERE BURNS PAVING ON 67 figure is 11000.00' of unpaid bills events.

Fort -- left over from the old administrationfor Coming through with an even 70
Myers MeetingTen
Little Bobby Fontaine, son of Mr. Comptroller lee to pay. for net score, Mrs. F. D. Duff was

and Mrs. E. R. Fontaine, suffered (Moore Haven Democrat) Insurance costs have been reduced winner of the prize offered by Clew-

ladies from the Clewiston Com- severe and painful burns on his back October 15th is, set as the date for I from $36,000,00 to $17,000.00, and iston Drug for winner of the sweep.

munity Church formed a delegation Wednesday night when he trippedon the beginning of work on the surfacing rents paid from $19,000.00 to $9- stakes event. L. C. Rosenberg, with .

' i at all day session of the Ladies Aid the cord of an electric coffee per- of Road 67 in Glades county.The 000.00In a net 89, 'was winner of the prize of.

Society of the Presbyterian church colator and spilled the boiling con- road will be paved as "National spite of the moratorium and in fered by the Clewiston Inn for the j

of Fort Myers Monday. The hostessesfor tents on his back and arms. Recovery Highway No. 101", ,and spite of the vast amount of details blind bogey contest. For winning the

the meeting were Mrs. John R. Dr. O. F. Schlffli, who is treating the work will be in a part of the incident to the re-organization of the best-ball match J. J. Harrington and

West, Mrs. J. A. Hooker, Mrs Blaine little Bobby, said the depth ,of the public works program of the federal liquidation structure so as to'make Emmett Shelly received equal prizes

Wiltshire, and Mrs. D. B. Renfro. 'burns could not be ascertained until government for re-employment of possible the stupenduous savings donated by the Sugarland Service

} The meeting was held in the Sunday I after several hours more. labor. which have resulted, the new comp- Station and the Clewiston Motor
school building there. Company. Their best ball score was
Auto tags are now on sale in troller1 administration

Those present from Clewiston Glades county in the office of Tax $1,139,747.00 as' against $1,875- 69. I

were: Rev. and Mrs. ,y. B. Furgess, CLEWISTON: TO FACE Collector J. P. 'Moore, to whom the 000.00 collected under Mr. Amos' Twenty-four golfers were enteredin

Mrs. Roy Green, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, FORT MYERS SUNDAYThe tags and supplies were turned over regime. the events'Sunday at the Clew

;r Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. D. G. Al- by License Tag Inspector Van Loon, "It is not resonable that we iston golf course, and seven ladles

ston, Mrs. Cf W. McDonald, Mrs. A. Clewiston Caiiebrcakers of Bartow. This is in accord with should hope to increase collections were entered in the special tourna-

A. Munroe and Mrs. Grover C. Poole. i will meet the Ft. Mjers team on the general policy over the state of because as each six months period ment for women golfers Tuesday.Mrs. .

the Clewistoix diamond Sunday getting the tags for the half-year into passes statutes of limitations oper- Lloyd Sparrow, four down

STEWART SAYS ENOUGH WETS afternoon, manager W. W/ the hands of the tax collectors, ate outlawing debts; it becomes Increasingly against par, was winner of the ladies

QUALIFIED, NO NEED FOR HIM Hooks, announced this week. wITo will handle all sales in future, hard to collect and thereis event and was awarded a beautllu'lserving I
c according to provisions of the 1933 tray donated by Mr. F. D.
"Fort Mjers has a strong out- naturally less to collect.
} Before the final hour for sendingin legislature. Duff to the winner.
\} fit, but I believe we can take

! petitions to qualify: as delegatesto their measure," Mr. Hooks add- C. B. Farnam, local tag agent, GARDEN CLUB TO MEET 11rs.V.. H. McCracken, with 17

Florida's repeal convention, El- ed. whose commission does not expire putts was winner of the prize givenby

,: bert L. Stewart, of Clewiston re- An admission of 25 cents will I until December, was glad to turn WITH MRS*. C. W. MCDONALDThe Alston's drug company, for the

ceived word that more than the re- be charged for the game. the tags over to the tax collector. At lowest number of putts required to

quired 67 had qualified.. Mr. Stewart this time of year, very few tags are Clewiston Garden club will hole out in the tournament.

withdrew his name from 'the peti- sold and the office is not bringingin hold its next regular meeting Thursday Another ladies handicap event

tions and requested no further, workon I Sell yourself' on anything and you any income. : afternoon, September 28, at the I will be held Tuesday and will be followed -

his part. "Just so there's at ,can sell the other fellow. Sell yourself Half year tags are being sold at home of Mrs. W. C. McDonald, It was by special events for ladies,

least) ; 67 wets on the ticket. That's on your own community' ,. then-. the new $5 $10, and $15 rate, with announced yesterday. All membersare I each Tuesday' until. further. announ... ;

.. all I \YanteiV' h' said, -, you can p.i l ke it 5fO'':'' I a flv$ Collar minimum, .. requested' < to, attend. this.,' meeting.. goment" ,

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The Clewiston News raising drive. Start of an inflationary he had only a few days to live called Y''

program Is seen In the announce- In his lawyer and told him:

Published every Friday in Clewiston ment that the Federal Reserve, using TOO LATE TO "Fix it so my over-draft at the '

Florida by 0 the CLEWISTON NEWS ago, has been a heavy buyer of gov- RUSSELL KAY II bank goes to my wife; she can explain -
Inc. the power granted to It a shart time CLASSIFYAnd It. My equity In my car goes

eminent bonds-doing this is an easy to my son; he'll have to go to work

Entered second class matter means of expanding public credit. to make the payments. Give my s
February 1, 1927, at the Post Officeat The answer to this question, as I now it seems that the Stateof 'sentiment generally sympatheticwith I( good will to the supply houses;
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act to so many others, Is solely in the Florida is about to assume the( the independent local merchant, they took ,some awful chances on t
of March 3, 1897. mind of Mr. Roosevelt. Congressgave role of "A fugitive from a chain-I it is nevertheless interesting to con- me and are entitled to some consid-
him, at his demand, practically store". A suit has been filed in' the template what the situation might eration. Give my equipment to the

unlimited power over the currency. Supreme Court to determine whetheror be, should we suddenly find ourselves -I Junk man; he has wanted it a long ;
A newspaper devoted to the best He has used that power cautiously to not Mr. Kress Is to be permittedto without the facilities now ,of- time. I want six of my creditors to

Interests leading of Hendry county, Florida. date.-Industrial News. keep this state In his national fered by the present day endless I be my pallbearers; they have carried

It's newspaper. chaingang.Off chain of chains. .' me a long time and might as well JB.?' r. '

It's the Roosevelt PlanIt hand, the idea of anybody be- Business now enjoyed by these in finish the job.-Wauchula AdvD.r "
Subscription rate per year........$2.00 in' able to run a concern like S. H. stitutions and cate. <'
they cover every i
Outside of State of Florida2.50 Kress out of the state, seems as far branch of retail trade, would have : i
is faulty to speak of a fetched tiuildin' of Gen-
--- government a statue to be restored to locally owned and Fast Asleep
recovery program at this time. eral Sherman in Atlanta; but on the .
independently stores. There
Business Office, Clewiston News It's a Roosevelt program pure and other hand when little David put that operated Little boy blue, come blow your- '
would be
an immediate demand for
Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and simple. No one else really counts. rock In his sling-shot and went out both store and office throughout horn
Advertising, same. They come into the limelight for a to slay the well known giant, he was the space Your car's at the cross roads,
state. Jobbers of all lines of '
time, as did Raymond Moley, play a considered a thousand-to-one bet and merchandise would again establish. Your brake 'lining's worn.
part designed to help the Adminis- there were no takers.' But little boy blue made nary a.
offices and warehouses in the terri-
tration, and depart. Never has the And when Bob Givens and Ed pepe- ,
tory. Traveling salesmen would flood
yi4Df1 Cabinet been so submerged; the Brobston, more or less obscure the state with a return of business. He's under a tombstone,. fast j

Congress is rarely heard of. The only Tampa attorneys, 'go before the Supreme for asleep. i v ,
our hotels and restaurants
Ii: ;;; car-
true spokesman for present policiesis Court September 25, in behalfof ;;
,, : .o' penters, painters, printers, lawyersand
: ;!iW'. u....., the President himself. As a result, even more obscure independentretail doctors. Equipment and supply The Right ,Place .ar;;
his informal speech made to neighbors merchants in effort to
houses A from the i
: and many other lines would negro county was 4
in Dutchess County, New York, drive the competitive chain store
,, reap an immediate benefit. Thousandof called into service during the war. ,J
J ** on a recent visit to Hyde Park, is 'from the local field, they face just in '
he of
clerks town Inquired
VWE DO OUR_PART, bookkeepers and other Arriving .r
;i more important than such speeches about as tough an assignment as did employees would be'given jobs. another negro loafing in the door ,\
f usually are. Mr. Roosevelt said that little David.
The bulk the way: 3
of at
money spent .
his program was simply one of But many strange and unbeliev-
"Is dis whar de redemption bo'dis
home would at home.
Profits in
THE MAYO ITCH nieghborliness, and is based on the able things have occured in the last stay at?"
the cash of local businessmen
r.,, supposition that whatever hurts .few months. that registers I
Things most of us "Sho is answered the other
would largely remain here for :
"r.. one's neighbors has no right to ex- thought just couldn't be done have '
"but de blessed redeemer has ;
7'/ the benefit of the and the gone
Mr. Nathon :Mayo, State Com mise"o ist, that the communal interest is already happened, so you can't always community out for lunch." '
k, t sioner of Agriculture and head of winning, said that.'it ,will be his per- sometimes tell. state. .r
l'f,:'. : Florida's prison bureau finds the manent policy.He The quo warranto proceedings For a time perhaps the public '.'>I>-

> octupus of public opinion tightening isn't, through worrying yet, against S- H. Kress and Company, we would miss the chain store. They Her Lawyer: "You say you over- ,

'f !.' strength that will be hard to break. however. Next difficulty is liable to are told, are motivated by identical would find it inconvenient to go toa heard the quarrel between this lady i

: Its tentacles about his office with a be a test of the constitutionality of purposes with those of the NRA] hardware store, for a hammer, a and her husband? What part' did the ';I

i We pity a man in Mr. Mayo's plight, his two most important pieces of leg- movement: Restoration to the drug store for, tooth paste, a haber- husband seem to be taking?"

,:. for we are sorry for any man who islation-the National Industrial ican people of the right. to Amer-I I dasher's for a necktie or an electrical Witness: "He seemed to be listen

t'- has worked himself into the position Recovery Act, under which the codesare living. shop for a mazda lamp, which it ing. .

f<. :Mr. Mayo did by his reckless statement being signed and the NRA driveis Chain store monopolies, it is con- had been their custom to buy under z

4e'. 0 about "health conditions in the operating, and, the farm relief tended, operate in direct conflict one roof. However, in doing so '1

'J'' Everglades." bill. That,phase is being talked about with certain provisions of our State they would be contributing to the I NOTICE

The Commissioner of ,Agriculture in wise circles now-"Is it constitu-I Constitution and co-relators through welfare 'and support of a hundred OF SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE ;

jumped into the tank where the oc- tional?" Speculation as to the at- their attorneys will attempt to show fellow citizens, clerks, stenographersand I Notice 'is hereby given that under 'r

:0 tupus is and has raised the wrath of titude of the Supreme Court justices that the competition of the chain whatnot, many of whom might and by virtue of Final ,Decree in that Ii
Everglades citizens, not only by his :has been rife. Opinion is that four stores discriminates against inde- otherwise be object of charity. certain cause pending In the Circuit

statement but by the apparent reluctant justices will declare the program pendent merchants unable to do business Then too, the public would, pro- Court of Hendry County, Florida,
way in which he admitted justified because' of national crisis, on the same basis; that it bably find the/cost of merchandise a wherei Clewiston Home Building

his error. and that four others will keep to forces down wages In the factory, trifle higher, but the few pennies Association is Plaintiff, and Roy L ;
It all came about last week when the letter of the constitution. The driven[ to sweat shop conditions by difference would be compensated for Simpson and others are Defendants, "

- he remarked to the prison board unknown element, X, is Chief Justice cut rate contracts, that independents in the increased prosperity of their I will offer for sale, and sell, to the '
highest and best bidder for cash, at 1
that he suggested moving the state Hughes- who might vote either way. have been deprived of normal busi- :own community, the knowledegethat the front door of the Court Houseat

prison farm from the Everglades be- In case Mr. Roosevelt's legislationis ness in quick turn-over items and the merchandise was not the LaBelle, Hendry County, Florida,

cause of health conditions. This was thrown out by a five-to-four decision have been forced out of business or product of a sweat shop and that on Monday, the 2nd. day of October, 'j.

on Thursday. Later, on Saturday, he he still has an ace in the into operating losses as a result. their support of the local merchant 1933, during the legal hours for sale, "i 1

reiterated the statement to a reporter hole. He could call Congress, have While the possibility of eliminating would insure better times for every- the following described property lying .

for a Miami newspaper, but the number of members of the court chain stores from the state seems one, less unemployment, and more and being in Hendry County, to- ,

qualified his statement slightly" by extended from nine to eleven, and very remote, even with the case before money in circulation within their wit: "
by, adding that his information came appoint two justices who agree with our Supreme Court and publicIt own community. Lot 5 of Block 172, having a :
of 75 feet Arcade '
from: Mr. L. F. Chapman, prison his political philosophy, thus giving on ,
Avenue, as per the general plan
superintendent. It looks like Mr. himself a six-to-five: grip on the 'r
of Clewiston, Florida, Plat Book .
Chapman is being made the fallguyfor court. This has been considered be- 2, Pages 7 to 14, Hendry Coun-
the commissioner's office. In the fore, and presidents have almost alwayS I .. ty Records. .
Rural Common Sense'Spuds} I
Saturday: statement Mr. Mayo is appointed justices whose ideas ;Johnson Said property will be so sold, I

quoted as saying that only a few agreed with theirs so far as govern- in accordance with, and to satisfy .. k ; !
white prisoners were left at Belle mental principles is concerned.-In- the terms'of said Decree. 1
Glade, and that many had been sent dustrial News. seems that the American farmeris bring more pleasure and more con- B. A. BALES
away on stretchers.The going to sow less and reap less, in tentment, even though they do not Special MasterJ.
the hope that his Income will be pay financial dividends. M. Couse '
prson physician, Dr. W. J.
Buck, of Belle Glade, and a large One Thing It Will MeanThe higher as a result. Despite the fact "Churches, schools community Solicitor for Plaintiff. .

number of Everglades citizens in that at least one Northwestern state !health and recreation will respondto -

that immediate area, knowing the entire Atlantic Coastal Waterway had a virtual famine throughtout a increased effort on the part of

falseness of those statements made from Jacksonville to Miami good part of its area this year, with farm people," says Southern Agri- FOR !:

every attempt ,to correct the erroneous will be made nine feet deep throughthe lack of rainfall making all crops almost culturist. These 'several community CLEAN, COMFORTABLE ROOMS !
complete and absolute failures, concerns will pay,, well for the ex- j
impression left by the State use of funds furnished by the and TASTY, APPETIZING
.0 Commissioner of Agriculture. govenment. The waterway from I there Is still too much of the products penditure of some of the time saved FOOD ,

Sunday word was received here I Cape Fear, N. 'C., will be widened of the farm on hand in the by the reduction of acreage of TRY j

that Mr. Mayo was to be at the prison and deepened as far South as the J I land. We are having; our "seven fat crops." [

farm that afternoon, and a delegation St. Johns River. This is taken to\I years" now. Let us hope that' they JTHEWATANABEMrs. '

from, Clewiston joined with mean final connection of existing inland -i will not be, followed by seven years A Will of 1933 F. R. Maxwell, Prop. ',
routes. It will permit small which are too lean. A merchant who was told that
a number of I
others at Belle Glade to i iQuestions ,
question Mr. Mayo as to his state- craft to reach Florida on their own o Despite the fact that we have had j

ment. power from the Great Lakes without the highest wheat crops in American -

When the questions both per- '!having to get out into the ocean. The history, the bread lines have ..:..:..:..........................................................................................................................................................................................11 .;
tinent and beside the point, were improvement will be of great benefitto been the longest in recent years. ; ':. .

hurled at Mr. Mayo, he began to the East Coast of Florida. At More production has been, accom- :.:.: ::: ...,. :
twist and squirm his eel-like political Palm Beach and Miami the canal plished by more poverty, and so the r t
:!: and Answers F
statements and to evade the issue will connect with inland canals Agricultural Adjustment Adminis- ... :: : +f tt

until It was positively embarassing.When across the State to Lake Okeechobee. tration is endeavoring to ''reduce pro- ; I tt tr'. i .
health conditions were men- duction in the hope that such a pro- :::

tioned, Mr. Mayo began telling why CONCERNING EDITORS cedure will lesson privation and .t:;.:: About Milk ::: !

and how the prison farm at Belle want.With .:. f't': : .+. :..
Glade had been established, and how Good, honest men seldom ever the decrease in production .i. : A
the administration did not want get angry with an. editor. They gen- will come more leisure time to people ::: ,
;i; i Is the milk that you buy and the surce of its ; J
young prisoners in the same camp erally know that most editors care of the farms. Workers in the :: sup. ::
with hardened offenders. very little about money except just Industries and businesses alreadyare ply, including plant, equipment, and cows, inspected by :: i

Finally, however, he admittedhis enought to keep a decent home. They laboring fewer hours, and conse J.::: the state health authorities? :Xi :: f
statements were in error and that know that editors are mostly of that quently they are having more 'spare' J

of the,prisoners sent away one went particular- type- of damfool known hours. What to do with this leisure ;i; Q. What is the purpose of milk inspection? :i: ;: :

for dental treatment and anotherfor as idealists, who want to see every- time is a question facing these .:=:: A. To present such careless methdos and to insure a ':+: }.
an operation.The body treated fairly. The printer workers and the communities. If put = safe supply of milk. .t

happy thought in the whole uses a pica rule, the editor the to the best,use it can be quite worth :x: Q- How can Clean, Safe milk be obtained, ? ::: 'f;.

escapade is that the Mayo itch is not Golden Rule. They are hardboiledat while., :;: A. By purchasing; only from those dairymen who carryout .j.. .

as bad as the seven-year-itch; this times but underneath as soft asa Bore leisure permits of more :::: the Inspectors, instructions, ,
Q. How should a consumer select his dairyman? :::
lasts for only four years at a time., kitten. play, more recreation, more. health- ,t
:: A. Visit his dairy and see how the milk is produced +
There are many in the Evergladeswho They trample on people's toes ful enjoyment of life.' It also gives ::.: and if he keeps his premises, barn and milk house Y : 'f'\"<
will not forget this "story of the sometimes-but not just to hear more opportunity for the develop- .':.' clean. ,:, ,

itch" and will do their "scratching"on them :squeal-but because they havean ment of the community, for buildingthe s. Q. Doesn't cost to carry out these sanitary Measures? ..t. -;,t

the ballots at the next election. honest conviction that those peo- home for beautifying the sur- :i: A. Yes, but the true dairman will not, spare expense or :x:: ::

ple are wrong. 'They seldom let per- roundings-making 'things in gen- .;: trouble to insure a clean milk for his patrons. .;. ,!

sonal feelings prompt an attack. The eral more attractive and more desir- y ,
ANSWER ::: (Excerpt from statement by Department of Agriculture. i
longer they'stay with It, the more able. In their train, these things will .;. ::: ;
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the editor's personal feelings are
A few months ago inflation was submerged and the public spirit these y
the subject of the hour. Then it rises. customed to- it and ignore ,it. : cApply questions to your own :: ,

moved off the stage and other actorsin The true journalist doesn't care As a rule they smoke, drink mod-

the recovery play took its place. much if he ruins a good customer if erately, cuss mildly like a fight, love case and give yourself a square deal. J; '\

It's coming back again now. Some he feels that he has done some- good neighbors even if they are mill r,

observers believe that it is inevitablein thing for the public. The common hands, hate sham and hypocrisy, <

the near future; it is known that man is always his friend. Editors have the fundamental principle of + .;. i

the president has been studying ways hate uppity people who try to makea religion, defend honest men, despise Y I

and means to bring it about and con- big show of themselves and snub indolence and pety ignorance.There's 1 CLEWISTON DAIRY COMPANY i 1
trol it. A
great halfwit
many businesses are ordinary people. They see life as it always some poli-
still as far away as they ever were is and not as they would have it. tician sore at them but by the Good ;

from: the usual sources of new credit, } They: get cussed more than a dozen -, Lord, it seldom hurts them. Good DRINK MILK FOR
and they've got to get money some- other people and seldom give a men understand and believe in them.

where ments if in they the arc job:? going-provlding to be, instru-wages- have darn. at Persecution every turn and but criticism they get they ac- with Only them the ,two-by-four-River Junction ever get Tribune.sore I :::...............................................................................................................-..-..........-.... ..........-..-............................................:.!: ".::. -





::1 J. M. Couse, of Moore Haven was MORE SIMPLE WAY TO the phosphates in all natural phos

I Mention here on business'Tuesday.. 'uuiap fjool MAKE: SUPERPHOSPHATEIS phate deposits, since the phosphates
LPersonal I cannot be utilized
readily by plantsas
<; : R. L. Murray was in LaBelle Monday BY TESTS
1LeSOn long as they are locked up in j
attending circuit court.L. fluorine compounds. Although there
4, C. C Blanc, of Lakeland was hereon Fertilizer experiments which have been previous efforts to do this, to-
business Tuesday. O. Gravely, of LaBelle, was in 24 1933. promise cheaper phosphates for the the recent experiments are the firstto
September ,
Clewiston on business Tuesday farmer were described recently be- produce satisfactory results.
Charlie i Miner was in Moore Haven SUBJECT. Review of Quarter's fore the American Chemical Society,
: .. on business yesterday afternoon. E. M. Cornett of LaBelle, was a Lessons. meeting in Chicago. The experi- Results of the experiments are decidedly -

t visitor in Clewiston several" days of GOLDEN TEXT: "Be strong in ments were made by D. S. Reynolds encouraging.' When the rock
:Miss Ulla Jacobsen visited friendsjn this week. the Lord, and in the power of his K. D. Jacob, and L. F. Rader, was heated at 1400' degrees C. in the
Moore Haven ;yesterday afternoon. might.; Ephesians 6: 10. |Jr., of the Bureau of Chemistry and presence of water vapor and silica
Miss Ruth Knight, of Fort Myers, From Solomon's Prayer. (1 Kings Soils, U. S. Department of Agricul- the volatilization of fluorine increased -
$it E. B. Butler was called to LaBelle was the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. 8: 56-58), we copy"Blessed be the ture. : with the time of heating, and
Tuesday to testify before the grand E. Miner, a few days last week Lordthere hath not failed one I The report describes the effortsof I amounted to 100 percent in 30 min

Jury. word of all his good promise, which the Department chemists to prepare utes.With
Leland Crews left Tuesday for his he promised by the hand of Moses 1 available phosphate fertilizer the fluorine removed, all
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Miller were home in Lakeland after a short visit his servant. The Lord our "God be by treating raw phosphate rock with that is necessary is to grind the
visitors in Pahokee Sunday after- here with Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills with us, as he was with our fathers: i water vapor and silica at high tem rock so that it-will pass through or-

noon and family.Mr. lef him not, leave us nor forsake us: peratures. Although this work was dinary fertilizer distributing ma-
That he may incline our hearts unto on a laboratory scale the results in- chinery. Because the process is relatively -
Miss Bonceil Stone and Foy Dur- and Mrs. Willard Simpsonleft him, to walk in all his ways, and "'dicate: the possibility of adapting it I simple, quick, and yields a
rence. were. visitors in Fort :dyers Saturday for a two weeks visitat to keep' his commandments, and his to commercial use.I product in which all the phosphorusis
Saturday afternoon. the Century of Progress Expo- statutes, and his judgements, which I The method-described, by che- in available form for plants, the
sition in Chicago.Mrs. Department chemists are hopeful
he commanded our fathers. The following mists as the calcination processisa
Miss Alma Bidell; of Tallahassee, Summary of the Lessons is radical departure from that now that it may be adapted commercially
state relief worker, was here on official F. R. Maxwell, Mrs. Dave G. taken from Arnold's Commentary on :used to prepare superphosphate the I II I and result in cheaper phosphate fer-
t business Tuesday.P. Alston, Mrs., A. A. Munroe, Mrs. Sunday School Lessons: 'principal phosphate fertilizer manu- tilizers.
Barney Thomas, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, ]I
Lessons 1. Joshua.-As 1Ioses'successor factured in this county. The objectof
West Palm Beach Mrs. Roy' Green, Mrs C. W. McDonald The sculptor is the chisler
G. Bishop, of Joshua accomplished the this process is to drive off the I r only
\ a former Clewiston resident, spent and Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Furgess great task of subduing the Cana- fluorine, which is combined with!('who can get by these days.'II' .
Tuesday here visiting friends. attended a meeting of the Fort Myers anites, whom God dispossessed be-I
Ladies Aid society there' Monday cause of their wickedness, and of '

Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, and leading the Israelites into possession :":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":" ':":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:.:.
sons, Dick, and Bobby, spent Satur- BETTY SPICER IS HOSTESSTO of the promised land. God gave ............................................................................................................................................................................... .

day: afternoon in West Palm Beach. FRIENDS ON BIRTHDAYMiss him gracious promises and enabled
him to win remarkable victories. l 0.:.. .'...t
r-:" f" Mr.: and Mrs. Charles F. Trainor Betty Spicer was hostess at Lesson 2. Caleb. When the Israelites :;::: :!:::
i / .J spent Saturday in Miami where Mr. a bridge and dance given for a number first reached the borders of .s.... ....
Trainor went for medical treatment of her friends in the Clewiston Canaan in their wandering caleb :;::: Speculation ":. .i \ .5" :;::;:
; :'..
;".... : .
Drug company's balcony Tuesday spied out the region of Hebron, and :"s' ,) :-',,';'.';', :; .:.._.
Miss Clara Schiller left last week I evening on the occasion of her birth- he brought back a good report. For- :;::;: Is >" :i:::
for a'two weeks vacation which she ty-five years later, when an old man .s"s' Exciting .' .:...s.y .
will spend with her parents in Win- day.At the conclusion of play scores he asked Joshua for Hebron as an A AA

ter Haven. were tallied and prizes awarded to inheritance. He was given it, and he A
Miss Evelyn Hare, holder of high drove out the giants from the, region. yy At
I Edgar Hayes returned to Clew- score for girls, and to Bob Mitchell. Lesson 3. Deborah. This remarkable :::::: but aren't safety of principal and 'assured 'i"s.y
iston Monday from a short vacation holder of 'high score for boys. woman was a' prophetess and .I.+= return more important right now? ::::s:

spent at his former home in Homeland Those present were: Misses Judge at the time, of a severe op- yy. ....s.
FlorIda. Ivon Prevatt, ,Evelyn Hare, Mary pression at the hands of Canaanitesin :::::. -':'f you are ready for real profit without .s..:.
"' Louise Oglesby, Mae Lily Stone, the North. She sent for Barak .i"i. : r any breath-taking thrills (as most sensible .;..
Mrs. M. E. Yenawine, Mrs. C. H. and gave him directions concerninga ::::.: :" people are these days), you'll interested, ?;:
Mary Bush and Ed Ward, Van Bush, '
Berner and Mrs. C. E. Miner were ; battle with The .:..:. in the Building and Loan plan. It has ::::::
Mitchell Hare MerrellLowe their oppressors. ,
Bob Bobby' ,
.i"i' "h been going along serenely for ++
many years
Palm Beach last
in West
visitors Israelites great victory and .
won "
and Laddie Wallace. a :::::: -; ;"'"''" now, paying its patrons consistently high :;:;
Friday afternoon.A. had peace for forty years. +.;. .; f",:' returns, without doing any tricks with ::::;:,
MRS MINER HOSTESS 'FOR Lesson 4.. Isaiah Denounces :i::s:. : : their money. .i'.:.
L. Hackett left Tuesday for a Drunkenness and other Sins. Isaiah : : ., ./.I ',.'J ':"s.
two weeks vacation, a part of which HER VISITOR .THURSDAYMrs. denounced the greed of the wealthy, :;::;: ;,, :': '., As a matter of fact, there have been fewer :;:::
F he win spend with his parents in who gained possession of nearly'all x x I '.; .;, actual losses under this plan than under ':"s.
., Brunswick Georgia. C. E. Minor was hostess last of the land, and predicted droughtand .:..:. ', :" any other financial plan in the world. That ::::s:
Thursday afternoon at a delightful captivity as a punishment. He ;zz;;; :; :. covers a lot. of territory, but it's the truth. ..z.;..+.=.
I A. W. Sias and Virgil Hastings left bridge party given in compliment to pronounced woes those who .s"...:.. :
Sunday morning for a two weeks her sister, Miss Ruth Knight of Fort wollow after strong upon drink and take '+'i''' r.., Even the late, unlamented depression, :+?4
\ Myers, who had been her guest. The z": ; ,''; which left many other established financial :
visit to the Century of Progress exposition bribes, and, those who daringly defy :::: '< ;
party was given on the balcony of I : institutions in such bad order, failed ::.::.
at Chicago. the Clewiston Drug God.Lesson .i";' : : ','.\ to hurt the reputation of the Building .!.+
company. 5. Gideon. Gideon was :::::: :;-.. "" and Loan. 'i" :.
Mrs W. C. Hooker Mrs. F. R. After a pleasant afternoon of commissioned by God to deliver the ..:..;. .-": s :. :_:::::
bridge, dancing was enjoyed. .... ....
Maxwell Mrs.. R. T. Mitchell and Mrs.J. (
I people from the hands of the Mid- .:..:. <:, :-. .:..:.
W. Ezelle were visitors in West Those present were: Misses Betty ianites. 'He assembled an army of .:..:. '. '". :..;.

: Palm Beach yesterday. Spicer Oglesby, ,Evelyn Kathryn Hare Deam, Mary, Ivon Louise pre-!' 32,000, but God said that they'were I :!::!: < We Can Help You to ",-r :is:::
to many. So 22,000 men who were
41 Mr. and Mrs. Galye McFadden mo- vatt, and Ruth Knight;' and William I :'Y Own Your Own Home +f
fearful were sent home. Then the ...... ....
Hooks Hare Merrel Lowe
tored to Jacksonville Friday where Bobby army was further reduced to a mere ?
Martin, Gierse, Harry Boswoll, and i : Ai .
will undergo
Mrs. McFadden band of 300 men by a test as to rl
cal treatment for a short time. Lil Griffin. their method of much drinking. With
High score prize for girls was won these men a great victory was won i Clewiston Home i iyy

Lilbourne: Griffin, of Farmington, by Miss Kathryn Deam; for boys, by in a surprise attack in the night.
Missouri, arrived in Clewiston last Bobby; Hare. Lesson 6. Ruth. This young woman +
,, ,- week to make this his home. He is was a Noabitess who married a
" stopping at the Watanabe hotel. MRS E. C. MILLS HOSTESSTO son of Naomi. Her husband died, and Building Association U

LADIES AID THURSDAYMrs. when Naomi returned to Bethlehem,
H. A. Bestor. left yesterday for she decided to go along. The choice .:..:. .:..:.

": Asheville, N. C., where he will join E. C. Mills was hostess which she made was notable. She became :::: Administration Building :i: :
'. Mrs.: Bestor and Richard'and Georgefor Thursday afternoon to members of the ''wife of Boaz.

a short visit before returningto \ the Ladies Aid Society of the Clew- Lesson 7. Hannah. Because she .'i"i'.... AX IXISTITUTIOX FOR SAVING .+.....

Clewiston. iston Community church at her home was childless Hannah made a vow :::j:
here. This entertainment was one ofa that if' God would give her a son :!::i: Clewiston, Florida :;::;:
J. F. McLure, of Moore 'Haven, series of bridge parties being spon- she would give him back to the Lordto .:..:.. -' .!..!.

r duty has been in the temporarily Clewiston office assigned of the to sored furnish by the members parsonage.of the society to granted be his and forever.Samuel Her was desire born. Whenhe was II..................................................................................................................................................................................
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U. S. Engineer.M. I Appropriate prizes were awarded was weaned she took him to

.Mrs.____ O.__ B.. Thomas_____ _,, _for__ high___ :n score: Shiloh and left him with Eli, the
M. P. Peterson returned to his R. second Mrs.R. .
home here Monday from a trip to the Mrs.. Y.F.Patterson Maxwell, for, for lucky cut,; and priest.Lesson 8. Samuel was a boy of ................................................................................................................................................................................;....

'4 j 4 Century .of Progress Exposition in Miss Ulla Jacobson for low score. about twelve years God spoke to him
Chicago. Mrs. Peterson remained in Those present to enjoy the after- at night, but he thought it was Eli. I I It ::,
Jacksonville for an additional visit noon included: Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Finally Eli told him if he heard the Y ?
with her parents. Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer, Mrs. N. L. voice again to say, "Speak, Lord, Y
Hemenway, Mrs. N. A. Nielsen, Mrs.J for thy servant heareth." He did so,
Among Clewiston residents who W. Ezelle, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, and God made a revelation to him CLEWISTON fiOLF i iY' ?
were in LaBelle Monday to attend Irs. F. R. Maxwell, Mrs. D. G. Al- concerning Eli.
the opening day of the circuit court ston, Mrs J. P. Percy, Mrs. E. R. Lesson 9. 'Saul., When first calledto ::
were: W. C. Owen, Dan B. Allen, R. Fontaine, Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, be king, Saul was humble and .;.' *I
? M. Hare, Troy Purjear, C. E. Miner, Mrs. Clyde Byrd, Mrs. A. A. Munroe, obedient; but after a time he disobeyed '. ,COURSE".r'"or"'. :. .. ..
C. A. Darcy, A. O. Ward, Paul DeamC. Mrs. G. C. Poole, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, God and the prophet in sparing ::: \ ,:" :;:
J. Loworn, and Thomas Jacobs. Mrs W. C. Worth Mrs. Fred Hill, the best of the spoil when he :i: +
Mrs. W C. Owen, Miss Ulla Jacobsen; destroyed the Amalekites. For this :;:
Mrs. H. R. Knight, of Fort Myers, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. A. O. Ward, he was rejected from being King. *
and Mrs. H. E. Parnell, of Miami, Mrs. Mark Lawler, Mrs. C.' H. Ber- Lesson 10. David. Samuel came to yt ..
were in Clewiston7 Monday as guestsof ner and Mrs. H. R. Knight. Bethlehem to offer sacrifice and to
Mrs. Knight's son and daughter, Tea guests were Mrs. Roy Green, anoint one of the sons of Jesus as y .
R. H. Knight and Mrs. C. E.Miner. Mrs. W. B. Furgess, Mrs. M. W. Bigg, prospective king. The older sons of
They left Tuesday for Fort Myers, and Mrs. J. P. Morrow, Of' Belle Jesus was rejected by God, whereupon -
taking little Charles Miner, who will Glade. David lad called
a mere was
visit his grandmother for a few from tending the sheep and anoint- ti
i! to the Public s
days.' "So you and those! neighbors are I ed. Open

.. ---- not on speaking terms any longer?" Lesson 11. Jonathan. This young
"No. All diplomatic relations have I man fell in love with David after y
;( '"i :' 'r'-" ::: '. ',.;'- been suspended." the killing of Goliath and gave him A.f
"How did that come about?" his own raiment and weapons. They .. ..
;4 'I-I'e sent me a box of axle grease made a covenant together which both .:' I .;.

.. You are invited and told me to use some of it on of them sacredly kept. Jonathan .::.:. .. ..,. .' ._.... I I :::
f \ .s.
my lawn mower when I started it at helped to protect David from Saul. / .. -.t" : :
to se. our balcony jorbusiness six in the morning." Lesson 12. Solomon. The greatest \'j ::
' "Well? What then?" accomplishment of Solomon was the y Ii
/ "Then I sent it back and told building of the temple, which be-
} conferences or him to use some of it on his daugh- came the center ,of the religious life :_: Moderate Green Fees i:::
social ter's voice when she sings at 11 of the nation. When it was complet- i
, '. gatherings. o'clock at night." ed he carried tle ark thither with :: Exceptional Fairways :::
; ,- much ceremony and dedicated the I
CLEWISTQN DRUG Friend: "I met your husband today building. Interesting GreensI :;:
and 'he was telling mo he is in 's' 1Y .;.
COMPANY love with his work." Starke Telegraph editor refers to i i 1// Y
:: :::
J. G. Niblack, Mgr. Wife:" Is that so? I must drop his car as "she" on account of the ; .

it around." to his office and see about habit many of body rattlin styles,on.high-Times upkeep Union., and ........................................................................................................................................................... ........................

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FORTY THOUSAND CANS Jones picked up the daily paperI

23 COUNTIES FALL and was astonished by seeing an an-.

Milton, Fla.-Forty thousandscans nouncement of his death. He im-

VACATIONSand of peas, beans, soup mixture, mediately rang uP.a. friend. "Bill," ;

.< IN LINE TO LOWER tomatoes, okra, pumpkin, and simi- said he, "have you seen the noticeof

i lar products have been canned this my death in this morning's paper -

summer for the relief of the unem- ?"

TAXATION RATESTallahassee ployed in Santa Rosa County under "Yes," replied Bill, "where are :
HEALTH the supervision of Miss Eleanor Bar- "
speaking from? .
ton, home demonstration agent. / 1
Sept. 22 (FNS- i
Nexdore: "I'm going to take my' .,
By Dr. ERNEST H. LINES Taxes can be reduced in Florida, for: Easy Job, We'll Say
radio set with me when I go on my
Eminent AulKcrity and Chief Medical Director twenty-three counties have already; "How's dat new job you dun got
Net York Lift Iiuuranc Company reported to Comptroller J. M. Lee on de railroad, Jake?" asked Bret. 'acation." ,

SUNSTROKE: AXD HEAT spot immediately. If possible, the that they are falling in line with "Well, honey, you-all knows de Nayber: "That's very thoughtful

PllOSTRATIOXSEvery entire body should be immersed in his plea for lower taxes. guy dat. goes alongside de tain an' of you. It certainly needs a vaca- ( \1..:

summer has .at least a few cold water in a bath tub. Ice may The reductions as shown by' those taps de axles to test 'em?" explained tion."
twenty-three counties range from Jake. "Well, ah helps', him listen."
days of excessive heat. Whether be added to the water. Although a
tepid bath is most cooling and best one mill to twenty-two mills. I
at workin
you are on :jour vacation or Those counties making' reductions! Some . . . . ..... r
the city, certain precautions shouldbe for people In good health, in case It Was 'Scope N.N....N.NNNN. .NNN. .NNN. .NNNN. .NN. ,'\
taken to avoid sunstroke and of' sunstroke it is necessary to bring and the table showing last year's and Customer: Do you have a tele- A {'

heat prostration. It is also well to down the temperature of the body the new year's millages follow: scope that will enable me to see i\

know what..first aid measures should with ice water. County Tax millage Tax mlllagt Mars. I\ ''

be administered to those who are After being kept for. ten or fifteen 1932 1933; Clerk: Have we? Say, this tele- Good FarmI\

'afflicted. minutes in the bath, the victim Calhoun 35 32 scope will enable you to tell two {

Sunstroke is a condition of the should be put to bed between Collier 58'h 55 prize fighters apart from a $5 seat I

body resulting from exposure to intense blankets, without being dried. If. Dixie 28 18 Land : r

heat and the body becoming there are only feeble signs of returning Duval .. 24.58 22.57 Traveling man (to acquaintance

over-heated. It may prove very consciousness or none at all Flagler 47.1-8 29.3-4 watching hotel fire) : "Nothing to

serious. at the end of fifteen minutes, the Glades ;,, : 66 60 get excited about. I took my time Rent f
treatment in a cold bath should be -- about dressing; lighted a cigarette; for
Among those most susceptible tofjlnstro.ke Gulf :: 17 14% i
repeated. This should be continuedat : didn't like the knot in my necktie
and heat prostration are Hamilton '' 29%
people who over-indulge in eating fifteen minute intervals until Hardee y-..' 60 45 and retied it. That's how, cool I was }
consciousness is well establishedand before I' left that blazing structure." (
and drinking, who are not accustomed Lafayette 33% 31'
to excessively hot weather, who the body remains cool. It occasionally Manatee >. 44 37 Bystander: 'But why didn't you L f i
suffer from debility brought on by happens that after a lapseof Martin :.. 49% 43.3-4 put your pants on ?"-The Ameri- !
time the victim begins to
fatigue from the heated atmosphere, some Monroe 81 74 canizer. t
feel stupid and the body heats up t
and who sleep in badly ventilated Orange 33.5-8 31 I j
In that case, repeat the bath
Chicken thieves in McAlester,
rooms. St. John 44.1-8 42.58St. Trespassers ftI
To prevent sunstroke and heat treatment immediately.If Lucie 35 31r Okla., have a poetic urge, as was

prostration it is advisable to avoid no tub is available, the body San at Rosa 35' 433 illustrated by a "verse" left on the Will Be .

I all alcoholic liquor and everything should be stripped and sponged'with Sarasota 66 65 chicken coop of John Chapman, from

else that might impair strength. ice water for a period of 20 minutesor Sumter 50 28 whom they had taken 37 chickens, I ProsecutedThe i ir.

J Loose, light garments should be more. This treatment should be Taylor 36' 33t leaving only one rooster and two r.f

worn and the head should be protected repeated at fifteen minute intervalsin Union 51J,4 47 hens. It read: "I steel from the rich, r.t'
much the same way as the tub I steal from the I will leve
w i from the heat of the sun, Walton 36 34% and pore;
I although the head covering shouldbe treatment. Washington 40 39' the old rooster to raze some more." !

such that it allows a current of Respiration sometimes ceases incases ;,

; air to circulate over the head. Don't of sunstroke. In that case, a INDIANS ARE PROUD OP" I
I play tennis or golf, or expose yourself dash of cold water over the chest and

long in the sun, during the face may help restore it. Artificial ORIGIN OF BLUE EAGLE t tt

: heat of the day. Keep in the shade.A respiration according to the prone QUICK DELIVERYOn t t

person suffering from sunstroke method may be practiced after the Washington.-Some persons with

should be carried to a cool, shady body has cooledPETERSON leisure attributed NRA's energetic ClewistonCompany C.r.'
j Any Article Purchased
emblem to foregin origin. There were

WANTS NEEDY WAR traducer who tried to label it a
Clewiston Wins From Clewiston Drug Co.
VETERANS OX FLORIDA FARM German or a Russian importation. I :

One stilted editorial published in a Just Phone 345

Moore haven SundayFrom Washington D. C. Sept. 13.In- community which subsequently"went : ""W.........................................................................................
NRA there
terest was expressed in the subsis- 100 percent for ,

tence homesteads project proposedfor being> not a store or head of familyin
( Moore Haven Democrat) II
it which did not sign the Presid--
I The Clewiston team which was defeated Florida by Representative J. I
ent's Agreement, undertook -
by Moore Haven a week ago Hardin Peterson several weeks ago Reemployment

: last Sunday came back last Sunday when it was in the process of being; to show its Austrian origin. Seeds Fertilizersand

; for revenge and .got it by triumphing presented to the Subsistence Home- Meanwhile no one working under it ,
steads section.' in Washington had time to explain i
over the local team in a hard
its author Philadephia Hampers i;
fought contest by a,score of 5-4. "A great portion of the home- that a young

... It looked like an easy victory for steads should be established in Flor- artist, is an authority on the subject.He "

Moore Haven as the first three men Ida where the possibility of mak- became one after borrowing an i!

: up in the first inning scored but ing a living on a small farm has armful fo books from the Indian Believing that farmers in this part of the Everglades

: after that the Clewiston infield been demonstrated."I Bureau and reading them through are,entitled to an ;up-to-date, centrally located seed, fertilizer -J I

;i tightened up and the locals were unable believe the government could fact during is the four Blue nights Eagle and far days.antedatesthe The and Hamper store, we have added a full line at 1{F r
to again until the ninth "
plan such as this to as-
use some
Fathers and is Amer- Clcwiston.
Pilgrim an
: inning. Clewiston scored two runs in sist needy veterans as
( their half of the first one in the well many retired and offi- ican, and as exclusively American, as We handle only the best brands: and at prices that ;'
) as army navy is the thunderbird -
could be. It
second and one in the third to take< cers and other government employees. I anything will match any other reliable seed house.
ancient emblem used by the r
the lead. This lead, though endangered I
I Navajo and Pueblo Indians as a good 1

1, by several Moore times Haven."Hooky" was. never overcome i "A similar plan has' been sug- omen, a symbol of good times. That CALL OR WRITE FOR PRICES ,

gested in Sarasota for Venice and the old bird is living up to his reputation -
; Avant, who started the
and in Hillsborough countyfor even in the barren spaces
pitching for Clewiston was credited CLEWISTON DRUG COMPANY
where those more intimately acquainted -
j with the victory but the going a proposition near Plant City.
with its purpose still reside -
;i was pretty rough in the third and he "There is no county in the First is attested in many cordial mes- I J. G. Niblack, Mgr. Phone 345LET
gave way in the fourth to Junior
1 District but what good land can be sages to NRA from the Indians of
Thomas. Thomas in
was replaced
j 1 obtained for small farms of this} the far West.
the sixth by Bill Hooks who finisht -
I class. In the First District there island
t the game. Hendry piched the entire -
richer than the Delt of the Nile
i game for Moore Haven.
and some crop is marketed every'
1 Clewiston scored another run in i
month of the 'year.
the first half of the ninth inning
I when Goad drew a pass, stole second INTEREST IN REPEAL "

I 1 and scored on Hooks' single. jfr"YOURCAR
J Moore Haven also scored one in the >
I ninth when Daniels walked, stole second tIIII

... ., -
I advanced to third on a passed
t ball and scored on Atkin's single Tampa, Sept 22 (FNS-As the .. .
t time approaches for Florida to register "\
1 to short left field. "
I her will with regard to the ",.
Starting line-ups were:
of the 18th amendment interest
I I Clewiston: Rutland, If; Wiley, c;
in the election to be held .
I!, Goad, cf; Hooks, Ib; Ward, ss;
I Clark, 3b; Lowe, rf; Thomas, 2b; October 10, is picking up

Avantp. While little doubt is felt as to the

outcome, repealists plan to stage a N I
Moore Haven: Dowd, cf;' Mathis, ,
gigantic rally in Tampa, Saturday,
j If; Daughtery, Ib; Hawkins, ss;
October 7. In addition to the 67
repeal -
Daniels Hendry
c; p; Doe, 2b; Ad-
kins, 3b; Watersrf: candidates, many dignitaries ,
j are expected for the event, chief .,
Wc'Uwipeyourwindshie1d.Bykeepini We'll check. radiator and fill
your ,
WANT COAST GUARD CUTTERS among them Postmaster General Y a clean windshield you'll ovoid the Y it. Keep your radiator full at all s
James A. Farley, Chairman of the dangers of glaring lights at night times and avoid the danger ofit'll
make your driving a lot safer. overheating.
..1 Tallahassee, Sept. 22 (FNS- National Democratic Committee, who
In view of Florida's lengthy coast has accepted the invitation and given I

line, Governor Dave Sholtz has made assurance that he will atten unless

arepuest of Washington officials for something unforseen at this time a

1 Coast Guard Cutters to patrol Florida prevents. Others include Governor
I Dave Shbltz. State Democratic Chairman .-K
waters. Cutters
usually on duty
f along Florida's coast have been ordered J. B. 'Hodges, W. R. Smith, c cM2L:

1 to Cuban waters leaving Florida state presidnet of the Young Dem-

f partially unprotected temporari- ocrats' organization and many

lay q. others.

Mrs. Hortense Wells, National De-

With many persons physical size, mcoratic Committee Woman, is in

,; strength and courage are the standard charge of the program which will be
;' It is said that seventy-five percent given at the Municipal AuditoriumIn Well check your tires and inflate them We'll check your oil and report its i '
to the proper pressure.By keeping your condition to you. Keep your crank- :.at:i'
n of the public statues throughout Tampa, October 7. Y tire always properly inflated you'll Y c*.e filled with any of Gulf's good 'wr w.
;"i the world are of warriors on lengthen their life as much at 20%. motor oils and your car will run /' 'I...

11 horseback. There is now a tendency A couple of newlyweds in the ,i J

;j to recognize the greatest of men who suburbs received two theatre tickets TODAbcytt..dlcutlGULF.LUBE28
%% s
I! performed unselfish service or have and, a note inserted: "Guess who DRIVE IN i

J ; made natable. discoveries or inventions sent these." __ ._. h QUilt MORE MILEAGE !
J .
that have benified the race. They enjoyed the play and returned '

j No one can be truly great who Is unwilling late. Everything of value in DISTRIBUTOR = ,

;j i to serve others. And the their home had been carried away.

,i : highest'form of service Is that which They found another note to the ef- :: THAT GOOD GULF GAS
Good Gut
I' ministers to the souls as well as to feet: '"Now you know."-The Ameri- fGasoline :;_ NOW LUBRICATEDPAGE
; j bodies of '
the wen... .. .', canizer..
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