The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00443
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 6, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00443
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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amplifier was installed at Al- PREDICTS

ON INCREASE HERE ston's drug store this week to give The Clewiston drug company was
AS.: named sub-agent for
,. greater volume to radio broadcasts. PLANTED TO FALL Frigidairesthis "
week by S. C. Cottrell, who has MODEL SCHOOL YEAR
amplifier was put in especiallyto
AS SEASON NEARS I the dealership for this territory.
give the play by play reports of
CROPS EAR HERE Mr Cottrell has a new model dis-
the World IF
Series base ball games. A played at the drug store and this ATTENTION HOLDSWith

Building atlvities in Clewistonare large gathering of fans were on box in attracting much favorable

well under way in preparationfor hand at each of the games to enjoy Approximately 3,000 acres located comment.

the heavy demand made for hous- the program. between Miami Locks and Clewistonare an opening enrollment al-

ing facilities here during the cane either planted or being preparedfor ready more than the enrollment last

harvest and grinding season. Added I Free Pork To Be planting within the next few $135,000 is Cost of year, the Clewiston High school .:

impetus is opened Monday, for "the best
being given building with days, a survey of the territory this year

the date of increased activity on the i' week showed. Beans, because of Repairs On Conners in the history of Clewiston," Prof.

levee work here drawing near. Distributed Among their rapid growth and cheapness of M. G. Langford, principal said. "If

The "barracks" near the the present interest and attentiveness .,
sugar planting, are favorities in this Highway State -
house is being converted into 24 Needy In CountyHendry tion. sec- says of the pupils continues as it

apartments. The alder building is I I has started, we will have a model
Just after the heavy rains in the
school in "
being made into Clewiston, he said.
an apartment house, county to 'Eastern shore Win. Griffis was officially informed -
is receive 755 section farmers began. One last minute
but the new building will remain as that it would take about I change was made
pounds of pork, a portion of the to turn their attention more 'directly -' $135,000to in the announced
a boarding house, since many of the rebuild Conners faculty. Mr. B. E.
500,000 pounds alloted to Floridaby toward the high dry land in this Highway, the pro- I Herring, of Ft. Lauderdale
workers do not have families and posed 30 miles distance from Okee- was elect-
the Federal goevrnment it part of the Everglades.
was tractsof ed to fill the
prefer to stay in a boarding house chobee southward. It will vacancy caused ,by the
announced this'week by Louis Victor land in the city limits probably
are being resignation of
J. R. Reid
near their work.Progress take, about who vas
who has been, for one year ,to complete the
named distributor prepared farming. Already 110 slated for assistant
is being made on the I work. The roadbed will be principalship.Reid's .
I for the Florida emergency Relief acres of land within the city limitsof I I scarified,
bungalow being built for Dr. and Council. I resurfaced and widened two feet. It resignation was received Sat-
Clewiston have been leased for urday, and the
r J\irs. J. w. Jcjzene next door to the will place was immediately
require about 100 men to do the
This meat is a portion of that purchased fall planting. Of this 35 will be offered Mr.
Kolstad home. This will be a five- work and it dill probably take Herring. Mr. Herring
room modern bungalow. It is being from farmers by: the govern- planted in beans, 35 in peas ,30 in to do the work. a year will teach science, mathematics and

:- ment in an attempt to remove a1;potatoes, and ten in physical
plants and education.
egg He
built by J. F. Tippey, local contrac- All taughtin
of the labor, and we under-
of from
surplus pork the market
tor. I peppers. Peas rank; second as favor- the Broward county schools for
stand a small part of the
and to provide a better price for the materials,
ites; in this area for fall with the past three terms.
Plans are under for the crops; will
way .. be paid for by the R. F.C. The
remaining produce. {
truction of another bungalow in this ji cabbage rating third in choice. work is under the supervision of the An enrollment of 74 in the junior .
Distribution will be made by the
same locality by C. F. Goodman man- Relief Prominent among farmers plan'ting State Road Department.In and senior high departments on

ager for Wells-Royal Lumber yard. Hendry County Emergency: in the area between Miami Locks replacing the the opening day is an increase over
Council, through A. L. Taylor chairman -
Work will begin on the Goodman and Clewiston are: Crouch and Mc- between Okeechobee and the 51 enrolled in these departments
i The State chairman recently
house as soon as Dr. Ezelle's home Duffie, who have about 200 acres Port Mayacca, the State will rebuild -last term.
conferred with officials of the Atlantic -
is completed. Mr. Goodman recently under cultivation for themselves as Only brief exercises -were given as
r, Coast Line and the Seaboard up to standard bridges, which
purchased the lot next to the Law- well as a large acreage which they will insure them against future the term commenced Monday ,a few
distribution of
railways concerning
rence home. are share cropping with others, L. remarks from E. L .Stallings, county
the 500,000 pounds to the various washouts, and the improved type of
On the, south side of the highway, H. Johnson who has more than 100 bridges and widening of the road superintendent; and a short talk

work is being done on two two-story Florida counties. I acres planted in peas, beans, and I will make it possible to get that by C. E. Miner, school board mem-

buildings. One of these, which is to ; cabbage Tink Lowe ber; and the introduction of new
; F. J. Tokiedo, highway included in the Federal road

;: be a five room garage apartment, is I SAYS ATTORNEYSCAN'T I Gus Cantrell; Melvin Wilder and I system when completed. -Okeechobee teachers by M. G. Langford, principal

being built by Fred Henricksen. This Arthur Lee who have 115 acres of News.STATE. I completed the exercises. Classes
will provide five for were then ass !merl ann thA form: .
rooms upstairs the ,Beardsley tract divided between ----- ,. --- ----

Mr. Henricksen's home and a garage AGREE AS TO I them; V. H. Greer, with 80 acres started in earnest.
and carpenter shop downstairs. Mr. I The goal for the schools In the
in beans and peas; L. T. Archer has SWINGS TO
"' Henricksen, himself a carpenter andcab'inet county Is for at least an eight
about 30 acres planted in cabbage. months term, with hope held out for
maker, is supervising the WHO FILES SUITBecause
Cliff Shupe and T. H. Hardin, of
construction.A ACTION TO SPEND nine months. However, school officials
Orlando, have 80 acres planted in
four room garage apartment is are bending every effort to

being on an adjoining lot for Jack attorneys for the various potatoes, beans and cabbage. M. A. settle down to hard work so that in

Zeigler. This will provide four rooms political sub-divisions can not get Rose and associates have 110 acres' FEDERAL MONEYSWith the event a shorter term will be necessary -

J I ,for living quarters in the upstairs together to decide which is to bring in section 19 planted in beans, peas a full course of'study may be

part and garage space for three cars suit against the,Massachusetts and cabbage.A completed with in the term.

underneath. Plans are drawn for Bonding company for the alledged 300 acre tract in section 20 and 1600 men already employedon Increased enrollment in the lower-

building two other houses on this shortage in the accounts of former I 29 near the highway is planted in the emergency projects of. the grades, which will be increased still

same block by Mr. Zeigler,- as soon I Tax Collector J. L. Taylor: an appar- beans and peas. Five acres of this state and plans completed for the further as the season here opens is

f"/ as his garage-apartment is completed. ent delay is being made in bringingthe 'tract is planted in egg plants. Near hiring of 1500 more laborers, Floridais causing some speculation in school

",," Pat Barett, is contractor for the suit; L. O. Gravely, county attorney this tract is three 20-acre tracts in swinging along at a favorable pace circles whether another teacher will

beans and peas planted by :Max Har- be needed. Already the class rooms
Zeigler home. ; told the board of county-com with Federal Aid Projects, accordingto
rell, A. 0. Walker, and Julius Her- are filled and no room would be
Plans are under way by others missioners Tuesday.Mr / C. I3. Treadway, Chairman of the

for the construction of other housesin Gravely said the st-.te's attorney rin all of South Bay. Road Dpnartmp.nt of F'lorin_ available for an additional teacher
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Clewiston, which will do much ri-emed to feel that he had The rest of the 3000 acres is Seven "'projects, scattered syste- unless the auditorium' could ue uaen

toward relieving the pending housesho"tage authority only to institute suit for I planted in smaller tracts, most of matically over the state, involvingmore as a class room.

in Clewiston. Many in- which is planted by share Pending definite information on
the state's benefit; and that attorney's croppers. than $800,000, have already

quiries are coming in for prices on for he Everglades Drainage, The prospects for fall faming in been approved by the Federal En- the progress'of the high winds mov-

residential lots and carpenters say Clewiston and the territory immedi- ing about the tip of Florida, school
South Florida OKee-
; gineers and the contractors are eitheron
they are being sought for estimateson (Continued on 4)) was dismissed Thursday,
chobee Control and Disston Island page
; the job 'or moving in. By the end
materials and labor.
drainage districts could not seem of October plans perfected under the

to get together.Mr. OPENING OF BIDS direction of Mr. Treadway call for WHERE. AND HOW

HAM CLUB TO OPEN Taylor was indicted by the the expenditure; of approximately

Hendry county grand jury a few $2,100,000. A month later the total TO VOTE TUESDAYHere

DRAMATIC SEASON weeks ago, and his trial is scheduled ON DIKE, CONTRACT according to plans, will be boosted to

for Tuesday October 10. After the $3,000,000, leaving slightly more
The 1933 amatuer dramatic sea- trial jury panel was drawn last are a few saliet points on the"repeal"
than $2,000,000 of the allotted
son of Clewiston will open here Nov- WAS POSTPONED election which Is to be heldin
week for the special term of court I I to_ Florida by the Federal Government -
ember 7 when the, Ham Club pre- Florida next Tuesday October 10
which is to hear the Taylor case, :yet to be placed and contracted.The ,
sents Poor Father, a three act come- I I as it affects Clewiston voters espe.
only two left availablein
names were
blds-:;;;; projects on which the con-
dy at, the school auditorium for the Opening of the construction c llly.
I the jury cox. Judge George W. tracts have already been approvedby ,
s1 benefit of the Ladies Aid of 14.9 miles of federal levee
Societyof I
4: Whitehurst issued an order to the the Government are in Duval :7-r.HJng place: Clewiston News Office
the Community Church Ed Butler .about Lake Okeechobee, and for the
county commissioners to ie-.rlll the in the Hopkins building.
County, one near Pensacola in Wal-
construction of five
navigation and
the Ham said
president Club
jury box .This done at Tuesday's Time Polio at 8 ,
was ton and Bay Counties, one in Taylor Voting : open a
I floodway gates, and ten drainage
yesterday.The meeting when approximataly l 200'names culverts County, one in Glades, one in Bre- m. and remain open until officclal
was postponed until Mon-
Ham club has plaus tn
were drawn by the five commissioners ward and one in Flagler. Other projects sundown.
duce dramatic entertainment for var- day October 9, by the U. S. Engineer 1
ious civic: organizations in Clewistonthis rom this list will be selected office in Jacksonville. The bids were for. which bids were opened How to VOTe: There will be 187

the names of those who are supposed to be opened Monday and early this week call for highway improvements names on Ole ballot 'llvide.l into
season, just as it has done in the
to sit in the jury box. contract awarded for this work. No in Taylor and HlIl. borough three sroni's: Group "A": Group "B"
past. The club will have a meeting
after tu' production of Poor Fatherto reason was given officially for the Counties. Early next week ad- and Group "C". Group "A" is composed

postponement.So ditional bids for highway and bridge of 07 names each of whom his
decide on a list of organizationsfor Mrs. Ruth Atkinson '
far as the News has been able improvements in Nassau, Calhoun, pledged Iilui'.ejf to voto for adoption
which they, will give play: this
to learn officially the contracts for Escambia and Marion Counties will of ths 21st am'en invent, which
season .This meeting will also be Heads Welfare Board
the construction of 14 miles of, leveeat be opened means to vote for repeal of the 18th
devoted to the election of officers.A ___ ,. 'u..
Clewiston had been awarded this "It can be easily seen that we are ;amendment. Jns is 1113 "wet group.
cast o" characters was selected
Tallahassee Fla.-The new State week. There is some speculation as scattering the projects over the stateso I, Group "!," is compoivl: of 8 names
this week for the Poor Father come- I
Board of Public Welfare recently appointed to what course the War Department I that men may be put at work in each of whom has plpu:;cr! himselfto
dy. Louise Waldon, Si. Sus: Ivon
by Governor Sholtz announces officials will take in giving out this all sections", said Mr. Treadway."We vote against ratification of tho

1'revatt, Jewel Karlu-yn Deam, Arthur Law that Mrs. Ruth Atkinson has work. The bids were a great deal have divided our Federal Aid 21st arrcenuaibiit, wits ::1 means that

. rencc, Lawrence, George I 1i 1 been unanimously chosen as Com- I higher than the government esti- Projects into three classifications.The this group is pledged to vote to leave

Schauermann, Ed Butler, Robert missioner. Mrs. Atkinson is now the mate, but it is rumored that one of first is on regular Federal Aid the 18th aniendemen m full force

George, Giation! George, Bedc-r Nail Associate Director In So-.
I the cost items was omitted from thegovernment's Highways where actual work could This is the "dry" group
and Marcia Avant were named to estimate. For reason -
be started at the eariest possible Group "C" is composed of 99
take parts in the play. 1 gency Relief Admistration of which i it is still probable that the con-
moment. The second classificati'calls i names, who are not pledged to vote
Poor Father is one of t'ao: : best ]Mr. Marcusg is Director. Mr. tracts will be given to the McWil-
for secondary roads whereI11o're either for or against repeal. Someof
comedies the Ham Club will have put ]Fagg, at the special request of the i liams company, The Arundle corpor- I
surveys and preliminary work is nec- this group have stated they will
on, Mr. Butler said State Board of Public Welfare, is releasing ation and to the Atlanta dredging
cessary. The third takes in smaller vote dry and others wet, but they
1 Mrs. Atkinson, so her new I who submitted lowest individual -
I company projects the completion of which 1not. Is: I are not bound by these statements.
TAX: BOOKS TO BEREADY duties may be assumed by October bids for the work two weeks

BY SATURDAY a 5th. ____ _sn_ arrant__"' _.____, vi__rvv__* the____ P.ITIIJIOYlllent__ '--.n---. -
> ago.Bids of men so great." INSOLVENCY LISTS ACCEPTED
Hendry county's 193 tax loll. will Mrs. Willis M. Ball, Chairman of on other projects will be

be submittd to the county commissioners the State Board of Public WelfareIs opened at the Jacksonville office Federal money under the emer-

Saturday morning at a special quoted as saying that both state Monday along with the delay opening gency clause was made available by Tax Collector Frank A. Qugher% ;

meeting, it was announced Tues- and national leaders of the Emergency I for the drainage culverts, levee, and the Government about July 1. The ty submitted the errors ai d '-lnsolvenc -

Relief Administration have first bids were approved by the Federal lists for 1932 for the Caloo-
hurricane gates.ERECTS
day by Hurd L. Reeves, tax assessor.
been most co-operative in making i. Engineers shortly after September sahatchee Improvement district and
Mr. Reeves said the state millage
possible to secure the!' services of FIRST NEON: 1 and the contractors immedi- the South Florida Conservancy flis-
figure had just been sot by '
executive :: Mrs. Atkinson, "It is most importantthat ately started moving equipment. Records tract, which were, accepted by the
order and his. office "woi'ld have first I
we promote a program of social I The neon electric sign to be kept by the Highway Depar'ment commissioners, and credit illowed

the roll completed by Saturday, at welfare which will not breakdown erected In Clewiston was installed I
I reveal that It usually takes a the collector for $18,67,1.01 on the

which time he will turn the buoheevef after the heed for >Emergency :thle week] at Alston's: drug store, ROd1 contractor about two weeks to get CalooHrthfttohes/ Improvement hilts;

tei Ihs fonimtsslOrtCi'si! \ l tat their\ Ttt f lu over It will tdlte-a careful\ 'licit fi ;much to the attractiveness] I em tho j job after the blthOop! been; find $40,961,28 on the South Flor.

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1 off the limb on which he was sitting I Clewiston, Florida.

The Clewiston News R while pruning a tree. Yes, he sawedit Editor, C. J. Lovvorn, Clewiston
TOO LATE TO v BY off between himself and the tree Florida.
Published every Friday in Clewiston, RUSSELL KAY ll II Managing Editor, C. J. Lovvorn

Inc. Pupil-Do you think it's right to Business Managers, C. J. Lovvorn,
.. punish folks for things they haven't Clewiston Florida.

Entered as second class matter "There are no wives with us, married teachers saw the hand writ-!done?( 2. That the owner is: (if owned bya
: February '1, 1927, at the Post Officeat vives with us, in' on the blackboard and put them- Teacher-Why, of 'course not, corporation, its name and address
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act There are no selves out of circulation by resignin' Willie. must be stated and also immediately
of March 3, 1897.newspaper There may be wives while they still could.It "Well, I din't do my home work." thereunder the. names and addresess

With some of you guys, is a tough break' for some of of stockholders owning or holdingone

A devoted to the best But there are no wives with us." 'em at that. Some husbands are bad Statement, of Ownership, Management per cent of stock. If not owned

Interests of Hendry county, Florida.It's enough just to live with, let alone Circulation, etc, Required by a corporation, its name and ad- .-
leading newspaper. The above ditty, that: started out off of. And it is a lot easier to go by; the Act of Congressof dress, as well as those of each indi- I

in life as an innocent Shrine Conven- to the cashier's window and get their August 24, 1012. vidual member, must be given.)

Subscription rate per year.$2.00< tion song, seems destined to become own money than it is to try and get The Clewiston News, Inc., Clewiston,
a popular theme, chirp in political some of "ours" from "him". of THE CLEWISTON NEWS Florida; C. J. Lovvorn, Clewiston,
Outside of State of Florida2.50 circles.It *. *. *' *. I published weekly at Clewiston, Fla, Florida, S. B. Beach, Palm Beach,

all started about the time Jim And now P. T. Strieder is talkin' I for October 1, 1933. Florida, F. W. Bryant. West Palm

Business Office, Clewiston News, Lee was percolatin' from stump to about pullin' off a Governor's Derby I II I Beach, Florida.

Clewiston, Florida. Editorial ,and slump advocatin' one job to a family at the South Florida Fair next Feb- STATE OF FLORIDA. I 3. That the known bondholders,

Advertising, same. and promisin' to send all the married ruary. Well if it attracts as much. COUNTY OF HENDRY ss. mortagagees, and other security holders -
women back to their husbands if we I attention and causes as much comment :| Before me, a notary public in and owning or holding 1 percent or

JRAFu8P elected him comptroller. So we did as Governor Sholtz' derby did for the State and County aforesaid, more of the total amount of bonds, -

-and so he did.I at the World's: Fair, it'll be good. |personally appeared C. J. LovVorn, mortgages, or other securities, are:
mean he did. One of 'the first I But I'll bet If there is a Derby at who, having been duly sworn accord- None. '

tricks he pulled after hangin' his I the South Florida Fair, Dave won't ing to law, deposes and says that he 4. That the two paragraphs next
s rack if It is his race is the editor of the Clewiston News
Mr. Amos' ex-hat be under it, even
i'WE \' skull cap on above given, giving the names of the
to check on all the gals in his .* 'and that the' following is, to the best ,
was I' ; owners, stockholders, and security
: department. Wherever he found one It looks like it would take more of his knowledge and belief, a true holders, if any, contain not only the
live, able-bodied "Athlete's foot" to stop statement of the ownership, manage-
who possessed a than a little list of stockholders and security hold-
PART' 'em he was sorry the movement" ment, etc., of the aforesaid publication -
DO OUR husband he told our "Back to ers as they appear upon the books of
and all that, but it was just too bad. The commissioner Mayo his for the date shown in the the company but also, in cases where
Jim figured a woman ought to prisoners some consideration, but if above caption, required by the Act the stock holder appears upon the

HERDING HURRICANESHurricanes have her hands full holdin' her hus- the convicts don't raise cane, those of August 24, 1912, embodied in sec- books of the company as trustee 'or

band now-a-days without tryin' to Everglades residents will, and don't tion 411, Postal Laws and Regulations in any other fiduciary relation, the

don't go around blow- bold a job at the same time. Futher- think they're not'able., printed on the reverse of this name of the person or corporationfor

ing towns off the map just out of more he wasn't keen about bein' '* .* form, to-wit: whom such trustee is acting, is A.

caprice. Devious as their paths may messed up with a lot of other guys' And I see where Phil Barney I 1. That the names' and addresses given; also that the said two para- \\. .

seem to the casual observer there are wives. (PEB) of the Tampa Trib. and Joe of the publishereditor, managing graphs contain statements embrac-
good reasons for the routes they And now Ed Larson, Florida's new Wilson of the Gainesville News are editor, and business managers are: ing affiant's full knowledge and be-

take. The main factor is the loca- Internal Revenue Chief, has issuedan fixin' to fight a duel at the meetin' II Publisher, Clewiston News, Inc., lief as to the circumstances and con-

tion of pressure areas, high and low. order to the effect that all mar- of the Press Association in Brooks- ditions under which stock holders'

In view of the importance of this ried women in his organization who ville this month. Serves 'em right and security holders who do not ap-,

factor it is surprising that it is never are unfortunate enough to be handi- for havin' dual personalities. Well pear upon the books of the companyas

mentioned in the storm warningsand capped :with live, able-bodied hus- nobody ever beat either of 'em to You invited trustees, hold stock and securitiesin
seldom discussed by meteoro- blockin' the traffic on the to bea are .
are the punch if there happened any capacity other than that of a
logists in projecting the course of a road to recovery and their resigna- stick in it. The ,weapons haven't bona fide owner; that ''this affiant-

given disturbance. tions will be accepted been decided on yet, but whatever to use our balcony for has no reason to believe that any

High pressure areas repel hurri- And just before the school open- they are I'm bettin' they'll be concealed business other, person, association, 'or corpo- ,
canes. Low pressure areas invite I ed in Hillsborough 'County a lot of conferences or ration has any interest direct or indirect -

them in. It was a high pressure area in the said stock, bonds, or
over Florida and the southeastern I social gatherings. other securities than as so stated by
states which warded off the recent,state.' Several good plans had been abundance o fpin feathers, soft feet him.

Caribbean storm that devastated II[suggested. Probably the best was and pliable bills.
Tampico. But for that circumstance [that 15 or 17 delegates be selected There is more meat in proportion
I I Sworn to and subscribed before me
Florida might have got it instead'I from the state at large. Certainly to the amount of bone in fowls weig-
of Mexico. that would have been enough and in I ing 5 to 6 pounds than there is in this 5 day ,of October, 1933.
'I I I / G. Niblack Mgr. (Seal) PAUL DEAM
smaller birds. In general in buying ,
From a high pressure area the their election a definite expressionof
Notary Public, State of Florida at
winds move outward. They were the public will would have been meat poultry is somewhat expensive
southeastern !. because of so much waste. It pays Large. My CommiSsion expires
moving outward from the available. -- -- -- "
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to raise rather than buy poultry for -- -
states when the Tampico hurri- The idea of 67 delegates grew out i

cane developed south of Cuba. In of the plan advanced by some dry I food. Approximately one-third of a I ---
spite of the terrific power generatedat legislators, for a delegate from each ''I chicken is lost in dressing and draw-

the center of a tropical distur- county to be 'voted on only at home. I ing and another one-third in cook-

bance meteorologists explain that its This plan died in the session but the ing. Geese and ducks have more SEEDS SEEDS

atmospheric equilibrium is usuallyso number of candidates was left. waste. ,
delicately, balanced that a relatively To further confuse the issue onlya Ducks are 'in general judged as:

slight push will determineits handful of dry candidates qualifiedto chickens. The windpipe of a young and Insecticides _.
duck is soft and be easily
course.In be included in the pledged column. may ] ;
squeezed and moved about while in
the Tampico storm that nudgewas For a voter to register dry convic-
the older duck it is stiff and fixed.
provided by winds flowing south tions it will be necessary, therefore,

from the high pressure area over for him to memorize the names of
southeastern United States. The prohibitionists who are running un Now is the time for Fall planting
ricane developing south of 'Cuba was pledged; no easy task.

gently herded away from ,Florida. The unnecessary length of the

Encountering no resistance in a 1;>allot will increase the expense of SIGNED MONDAY Compare our prices before you buy.
westerly direction toward Mexico, it the election, delay the counting of

took that course.It the votes and keep many away from
would be of interest, and a the polls. BY BALLINGEFMoore All Seeds are from New, Hardy Stock
great deal of value ,to have the Since a vote for more than 67

weather bureau, announce the loca- voids a ballot, it will be necessaryfor _

tion of high and low pressure areas the election clerks to count the Haven Democrat CLEWISTON DRUG COMPANYJ.

when storms are brewing in the Caribbean check marks before they begin totally Contract for the surfacing of

and to suggest their influence so that those with, 68 or more
State Road 67 from Mains'Cor- G. Niblack, ,Mgr. Phone 345
on the probable course the out.
marks can be thrown
ner to Moore Haven was signed
disturbance will follow. The wea- in Florida be
A repeal vote may
by the state road department on
ther maps, issued daily by the gOV-; considered a foregone conclusionas
Monday of this week. Rids were
ernment, show these areas the
pressure a result of the mixup over
in very complete detail, but the gen- ballot. There are thousands of received on September 26th,

eral public, depending on the latest citizens who are politically and personally -, with John E. Rallenger Con- ..........................................................M...*XMQuestions..........................................................................................................................H.
struction Company of Lakeland '
newspaper for information, is usually -' dry but there is little hope A 1
not informed on this point. for them to register their strength making the low bid on the pro- -

In recent years the West coast of ject. >
election.But .
'In this and Answers I ,
"orida has found September' to be perhaps the state can profitby Due to the persistence of rumors -

the worst month for tropical storms its mistake and avoid a fiasco in here this week that the :: ::
but over the period covered by wea- the future. -Tallahassee Democrat. contract had not been let, the ;
ther bureau records October has" witnessed Democrat wired the state road _*..: About "Milk :=::

'the most hurricanes. For two I SELECTING POULTRY department for information and A Y Y

or'three weeks, yet we shall have to received the following message A Y
keep a weather eye on the Caribbean.At should com- + .Y
Poultry plump, yesterday afternoon: Is the milk that buy and the surce of its
:s: you supply :s:
word of a storm down there the
U. S. weather map immediately becomes pact and the flesh tender and smooth elasticto Tallahassee, Fla. Oct. 5 1159A +_ including plant, equipment, and cows, Inspected by +
the touch, the skin clear, Glades Democrat.
County _
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of interest. If we are in a high the state health authorities?
moist and unbroken Moore Haven Florida. A
presure area,, or if one is moving bird Y,
The breastbone in a young Betel Contract Signed October + :
toward us from the north, we can should be flexible and the skin easily Second with John E. Ballenger :i: Q. What is the purpose of milk inspection? *
rest secure. Without that protectionthe broken when twisted between the Constnlctlon'compan. .+_. A. To prevent such careless mcthdos and to insure a +i '
prudent will prepare to batten Joints of the wing should y safe supply of milk. 'Qx
down the hatches and make ready fingers. when turned backward. H' M. Hirtley, secretary, state :: Q. How can Clean, Safe milk be obtained, ? :.2.:

for a day of wind and rain to vary yield readily birds show smooth skin, dot- road department; +_ A. By purchasing only from those dairymen who carryout ..
Young the Inspectors, instructions, :x:
the monotony of our customary serenity while older :x:
ted with pin feathers, .. Q. How should consumer select his dairyman?
-Ft Myers News Press An 'escaped convict from Florida a +_
birds' have long hairs and the neck offers to pay his expenses back to + A. Visit his dairyand see how the milk is produced .t'
skin becomes loose and baggy. Solt the state if he is permitted to re- 's: and if lie keeps his premises, barn and milk house :::
CONFUSION OF TONGUES HAS apd smooth feet and legs, with leg! ;_; clean. ..
turn, having been arrested and placeed -
NOTHING ON REPEAL BALLOT. scales Small and toenails sharp, indicate + Q. Doesn't cost to carry out these sanitary Measures? 3'
a young bird. The eyes should I in jail in Ohio for stealing. Thereare ::: A. Yes, but the true daimtan will nOt spare expense or :_:
be bright and comb red. folks who would rather be in .:. trouble to insure a clean milk: for his Patrons: +
When Florida citizens go to the jail in Florida than to be free else 1 y.s.
polls on October 10 to vote on the Birds with ,yellow skin are likelyto where-Taylor county News. Those ;; (Excerpt from statement by Department of Agriculture.) :s: .
be plump; those with white skins X
question of the repeal of the Eigh- words are golden, at least to Na- +
are likely to be tender. Bruised, dryor A y
teenth amendment they will be than Mayo, who has been hearing so
con-' purplish skin is an indication of : these to ::
4pply questions own
fronted by a formitable list of 182 Hard many remarks about his prison sys- :: your
careless dressing or age. dry,
names divided In three columns. In scaly legs, hard breast bone and pre- tem that didn't sound so good. ..i.:i.: case and give yourself a deal. =:
one column there will 'be the namesof sence of long hairs are all signs of square ..i.:.
67 candidates LOW BRIDGE A
pledged to vote for Y
Avoid birds
old and less tender bird. A
repeal, in another column will be with a full crop. Buy dry-picked "Why did you break off your en- A Y y
the names of eight candidates pledged gagement, Jack?" A y
poultry when possible. A
.to vote prohibition and in the unless "Well, we were looking over a flat y y
Poultry and game, they are
other column they will find the in cold storage should not be kept when her mother remarked"that it :i: CLEWISTON DAIRY COMPANY *::
names of 107 candidates who are was rather small for three.
long uncooked. They should be A +
unpledged, mixed up, some wet, and drawn as soon as purchased and
some dry.: should be kept in a cool place. Un- OUT ON A LIMB *
It is unfortunate that the legisla- less hen turkeys are young, small Henry Daniels, 40, of Dallas Texas, :: .:.
ture could not have found a simpler fell 15 feet to the ground in his 3..
and plump, cock turkeys are more .... .. ..
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method of deciding the issue! in this satisfactory. Geese should have an]I homo city recently because he cawed I .:.- ---... ,-- -- --_. J'ti 1


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Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Herring, of Ft. Montesquieu, "because if they aro

Lauderdale, arrived here Monday A "New Deal" for Family Menus: untrue I run the risk of being deceived .

I Personal MentionLieut I where Mr. Herring will teach in the and if they are true, of hat-

Clcwiston school. They are making By Jane Rogers Ing people is not worth thinking

I their home with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. about."-The Speakers Magazine.I :
the "New Deal"
Worth WITH ._
and Mrs. N. L. Hemenway its goal, with recoveryon
the of everyone's Jimmy: "I bet you didn't have a
spent the week end in Boca Grande. tip tongue,
McINTOSH-HEELER and hope bright for the future, the good time at your birthday party.

Miss Lina Sheeler of Orlando and wise housewife will realize that In yesterday." 3

Carl' Johnsoii and Joe Johnsonwere Ray McIntosh, of Clewiston were so unobtrusive a way as the plan- t Percy: "Oh, yes, I did."

: in Miami yesterday on business. married in Jacksonville Monday and ning of the family menu she can at wz Jimmy: "Then why ain't you sick
contribute materially to the main
left immediately for a honeymoontrip today?"
tenance of that individual morale
: C. J. Lovvorn spent the week end to Washington. They will return which Is the foundation of the

( ,
1 '; -- make their home in the Jones house Man can exist for a time by last night. I thought she had thrown

... '!\ ';.J: \ Street. Mr. McIntosh is bread alone, but It is a spirit-dead him over.
''''r, ': ,Lawson Jones, spent the week end .
visiting friends and relatives in Tam- clerk-telegrapher at the A. C. L. office ening diet. So must be any menu Wiser: "She did-but.you know
here.trnbap. that drifts into the. rut of monotony how a girl throws."
pa. or that lacks the little deli-

cacies and luxuries that give It

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt andF. zest. The stringent exactions of for Him-I voting three hear times.you were arrested. 4
ijool economy may have led to a cutting
A. Paris were visitors in Fort down of desserts and eliminationof She-Yes, and I don't' see why. I

Myers Sunday. other delicacies. If so, they was only changing'my, mind.; ,

JreS5Qn should be restored as soon as can SUGAR

Max P. McDonald of New York be. Patient-I understand fish is.- .,

City, was here, on business Mondayand These are the features that enable good food for the brain.., Can you recommend ; ,,
SUBJECT SAUL IN DAMASCUS. a meal not only to saUsfy.man's :-: ?
Tuesday. : let stand 10 minutes. Dissolve anything special? .

r GOLDEN TEXT: "Therefore if any also the purely more physical intangible needs require, but gelatin in boiling water, add salt, Doc-Well, you might begin with .

I man be in Christ, he is a new crea- and pour over peaches, stirring a whale. ,"
Mrs. E. C. Mills and Mrs. W. B. ments of his 'spirit. They are the
ture: old things are passed away; be features occasionally as mixture cools. Chill
Furgess were visitors in LaBelle therefore, that contributemost
hold, all things are become new." 2 powerfully to the full enjoy until slightly thickened. Turn into Customer-Yes, but haven't you

Tuesday afternoon. Corinthians 5; 17 ment of the present, and to the cold pie shell. Chill until firm. got a tighter-fitting gown than this?, '
Cover with
LESSON TEXT: Acts 9 : 1-12, 17-19. building up of hope and confidencein meringue. Saleswoman (rather tired)-I'm?
Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Pattersonwere ,
TIME AND PLACE OF LESSON: the future. Meringue sorry, madame. This is a costuraer'gshop
visitors in West Palm Beach Let the housewife study her 2 egg whites, unbeaten
About 34 A. D. ; Damascus. 'ft cup 'sugar -not a taxidermist..
:yesterday afternoon. books of recipes, seek out the .
Few drops vanilla or almond extract
After the ascension of Christ the
scores of appetizing, economical 2 tablespoons water
Apestles were uncertain as to what and easily prepared desserts and Dash of salt "Henry," exclaimed Mrs. Peck'one ; ,
James A. Rumbley, of Ocala, formerly -
of Clewiston course to pursue. In first chapter of other delicacies, and by serving' Put egg whites, sugar, salt, and evening, "are you aware that
spent the: week Acts Jesus met and taught the des- them give her menus a "New water in upper part of double for the last hour I. have been reading, .

end here visiting friends. ciples, and said, "They should not Deal." boiler. Beat with rotary egg beater you my club essay on Women in P6\*
," Peach Pie Glace until thoroughly mixed. Place "
t itics?
depart from Jerusalem, but wait for '
4 '.' / Frank A. Dougherty, of LaBelle, 4 cups fresh peaches, sliced over rapidly boiling water, and "Yes my dear, I know it," re?.
the promise of the Father. and "Ye 1
package orange-flavored gelatin beat 1 minute; then remove from
tax collector
Heiidry County
Dash of salt ponded Henry. _
shall be baptised with the Holy fire, and continue beating 2 minutes
here business. Tuesday.Mr. % cup sugar "But you went to sleep. Is that
Ghost not many days hence. And f VA cups boiling water longer, or until mixture will
hey continued "with1, one accordin I. \ baked 0-lnch plo shell stand in peaks. Add flavoring. showing me the proper deference?"

and Mrs. R. B. Bunyard, of prayer and supplication with the Combine peaches and sugar and Beat well. Spread over top of pie "Why shouldn't I go to sleep?'The

West Palm Beach, were Sun'dayguests women, and Mary the mother of superb logic of your arguments met'
of Mrs., E. D. Bennett. "solved
Jesus, and with his brethren." with the Holy Ghost, And immediately self or others. He does not care that every doubt so completely absolute'thaCI'and
problem so
Mrs. Kit Bowden, Mrs. B. O. Bowden On the day of Pentecost the Holy there fell from his eyes as it had he himself sould be praised, nor that was every won over right at the start andI

and Mrs, Mable" Lingenfelterwere Spirit descended upon them and been scales: and he received sight other people should be blamed." A thought it was not necessary to
300 joined with the desciples in following forthwith', and arose, and was bap-
visitors in
Clewiston today. modest, sensible and well-bred man stay awake.
Jesus. The church was or-d tized.: And when he had received
will not insult me, and no other can I "Well, then, that's all right, Henry
ganized and grew rapidly. The meat, he was strengthened. Then
Y Mrs. M. P. Peterson returned to "
"I never listen to calumnies, said dedrl, !
her from even deacons, including Stephen, was Saul certain days with the disciples I
home here Sunday a months
were appointed "over the business'of which were at Damascus." .
; V sit in Chicago and in Jecksonville.Mrs. .
l the church, while the Apostles Connected with our Lesson are,

preached the gospel. Stephen, one The vision to Saul; His preachingn
Hubert Land. Mrs. D. B. Al- '
of the deacons, "did great, wondersand Damascus, and His retirement into -
len and Miss Marcia Avant visited
miracles among the people." Arabia. Afterward Saul returnedto Blame it NRA.
friends in Moore Haven Wednesday. on .
And the opponents of Christ "were Damascus and preached and then

not able to resist the wisdom and went to Jerusalem where the church
k ,
Charles Nolan and J; J. Keleher, '
of Wilmington, Del., were among the, spirit by which he spoke." Stephen rejected him, not beleiveing in his Or what you will' :

r contractors here this week on busi- was arrested and killed. "And conversion, until Barnabus came be-

they stoned Stephen, calling upon fore theassembled church and vouched -

ness. God, and saying, Lord Jesus, receivemy for Sauls' honesty and sincerity. .......

spirit. And he kneeled, down, After driven from
being 'Damascus
Miss Sue Maxwell of Pahokee, who
and cried with a loud voice, Lord, and Jerusalem Saul returned to his But every ;indication points toward
taught in the schools here last year,
lay not this sin to their charge. native City of Tarsus where we will I
spent the week end here visiting
friends. And when" he had said this, he fell find! him in next Sundays lesson. Higher Prices on' paper costs and higher


; Mr. and rs.L. Stewart, Mr. and At this killing of Stephen we first GENTLEMEN prices for printed matter of all kinds. See

hear of Saul of Tarsus, who afterward
-s t ': Mrs. J. A. McGehee and children and
became Paul the Apostle. He After Stephen A. Douglas had
need and 339.
Miss Ulla Jacobsen spent Sunday in what you'will phone
Jupiter.A. was, perhaps, the worst of all early been abused in the Senate he arose

persecutors of the followers of :and said: What no gentleman

Christ. should say no gentleman need an-
L. Hackett, returned Monday
from a two weeks vacation, which he OUR LESSON FOR TODAY says, swer." Aristotle thus described a Estimates Gladly Given. No Obligation
'And Saul, yet breathing out threat- :real gentleman more than two thou ,:
his in Bruns-
spent visiting parents
:sand : "The magnanimousman
nings and slaughter against the years ago

wick Ga.Jack disciples of the Lord, went unto the will behave with moderation

high priest, And desired of him letters under both good fortune and bad. He
Strickland of Fort Meade is will not allow himself to be exalted
to Damascus to the synagogues, ; THE CLEWISTON\ ,NEWSLET
acting a relief operator at the A. C. that if he found any of this way, he will not allow himself to be
L. office here in the absence of Ray
abused. He will neither be delightedwith
whether or-
they were men women,
McIntosh. success nor grieved with failure.He .
he might bring. them bound unto
Jerusalem." ] will never choose danger or seek .
Mr. and Mrs W. E. Ragsdale of I lt.[ He is not given to talk about him- :
Under the Roman the
j ElPaso Texas, were visitors here
High Priest and the rulers of the
several days last week, where Mr.
synagogues were allowed to enforce
Ragsdale had come on business.
the Hebrew Laws.
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"And as he journed, he came near
R. A. Fry, J. M. Birings and J. R.
Damascus: and suddenly there shin-

Dowdy, of. Miami, representing the ed around about him a light from us V l" .
Huffman Construction YOUR CAR
+ company Heaven: And he fell to the earth,
Jspent several here this week
,1ii1 days on and heard a voice saying unto him,

II' business. Saul, Saul, why persecutest thou me? 1 '

And he said, who art thou, Lord?

Miss Marie Williams, of Quincy, And the Lord said, I am Jesus, whom J' -

arrived Friday to assume her dutiesas ',thou persecutest: And he, tremblingand

one of the teachers in the Clew- astonished, ,said, Lord, what ')

iston school. Miss Williams is mak- wilt thou have me to do? And the .

ing her home at the Clewiston Inn. Lord said unto him, Arise, and go lll

into the city, and it shall be told thee

r Michael DelBalso and Joseph Spa- what thou must do. And the men

daro, of 'New York City, were guestsat which Journeyed with him stood

the Clewiston Inn several days speechless, hearing a voice, but seeing ,
this week while they were in ,Clew- no man. And Saul arose from the

iston on business.E. earth, and when his eyes were opened '
We'll wipe your windshield.By keeping We'll check your radiator and fill ,
he saw no man; but they led F-y a clean windshield you'll avoid the Y it. Keep your radiator full at all
L. ,of LaBelle, sup- him by the hand, and brought him into dangers of Glaring lights at night times end, avoid the dangers ofit'll
your driving a lot safer overheating.
erintendent of schools for Hendry Damascus. And he was three days

Coiunty' was in Clewiston Monday without sight, and neither did eat \

i to attend the opening of the school nor drink. And there: was a certain

term here. disciple at Damascus, named Ananias -

; and to him-said the Lord in a vision -

',, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Byrd and Miss Ananias. And he .said, Behold,

s: Vilma Rhodes were visitors inVest I am here Lord. And the' Lord said

Palm Beach, Sunday. ,Mr. Byrd left unto him, Arise, and go into the

by train from there for Louisiana for street which is caled Straight, and 1e iC.stj'k

several weeks. enquire in the house of Judas for

one called Saul of Tarsus: for, be-

1. A. W. Sias and Virgil Hastings hold, he prayeth. And hath seen ina ,

,,retuner, to Clewiston Monday from a vision a man named Ananias com- .\
We'll check tires and inflate them check oil and its
your your report
Lwo weeks trip to Chicago where, they ing, and putting his hand on him, to the proper pressure.By keeping your to you. Keep your crank 's's'' f4 z"
the Century of Progress that he might receive his sight." I" tires always properly inflated you'll II"We'lJ filled with any of Gulf's good
\WaHended lengthen their life as much as 20 0. oils and your car will run
"Ananias answered Lord have
Exposition. better and last longer.
r- heard by many of this man, how I

L Miss Mae Drew and Miss Elizabeth much evil he hath done to the saints, GULF-LUBE 18'129b

West of Richland Ga., Miss Gertrude "but the Lord ordered him to go. DRIVE IN TODAY MORE MILEAGE !

"And Ananias went his way, and en- ,
Balasok, of Arcadia, Miss Eva Mae H
tered into the house and
,;.. Greene of Plant City, arrived here ;
hand on him said, Brother Saul, '
Friday to assume their duties as DISTRIBUTORThat
the Lord, even Jesus; that appearedunto .
teachers in the Clewiston 'school. .,
theee in the thou
way as earnest -
-;<, They are staying at the home of Good Gulf Gasoline i
hath sent me, that thou might- NOW LUBRICATED
Mr. and Mrs, H, R, Hall If
?st recejvq thy sight, and. !be;I filled .


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APPROVED ROADPROJECTS completed a long-delayed plan. States

3,000 ACRES PLANTED TO TO GIVEWORK where no work is under way are

FALL CROP NEAR I1ERE Common Sense } :'j10;; ; II TO 148,000 Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut,
r Rural Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana,

L \ (Continued from page 1) Washington, Oct. 4-Public Works Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland,

ately East is the best it has been fora PRAYER FOR modern magic at our fingertips Administrator, Ickes has announced Michigan Mississippi, Missouri, New

number of years. The territory FARMER'S MORE SELF-RELIANCE I I electricity, with all its myriad uses; I II ,that 1,841 road-construction projects Jersey, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, and

known as unit 5 of the South Florida AND PIONEER SPIRIT Steam and gasoline engines which 'I,already have been approved, Involv- South Carolina.

Conservancy district has the bulk of I I work for us night and day; untold I'ing expenditure of $116,209,604, SUPPLY
and far numbers of conveniences and appli land, the estimated employment will TAMPA DRAWS ON
the plantings for fall crops; 0, Great Spirit of our American reservior above
in the
mers are planning to follow the fall forefathers, those noble, brave and ances of which our forefathers never [,be 148,000 men. Contracts have been Low water to return -
crop with spring tomatoes if market fearless men of bygone days, look 'dreamed. Science has shown us how 'awarded for 905 projects, and of the power dam forced water Tampa from: reserve -
two blades of grass grow this number 464 actually are under to the use of
conditions will warrant such a heavy not down in scorn upon us of this to make ]I
before but we construction. A total of wells not used in seven years.,
planting of tomatoes. Unit Five is modern day.: While our forefathers, where only one grew $400,000-I'; Jf
protected from high water by the with their equally brave women-I.have not been content to let the 000 has been appropriated for highways CURE
Flor- dared to face and grow and have cultivated Of new roads approved, 1,114are CLAIMS CANCER
drainage system of the South folks at their sides, grass is in
with its agrIcultural product; at the Federal-aid highways, 406 are George W. Moody Pensacola,
ida Conservancy district, whose conquer the wilderness, every he
have seen the longest into or through municipalities, 215 Washington with the claim that
pumping plant at Bare Beach has a lurking Redskins concealed and I same time, we internal
capacity of pumping 100,000 gallonsof deadly vipers, ferocious wild beasts, bread lines in the historv of our are feeder roads, 26 are in national has perfected a cure for
: hprog essed I I forests, and 5 public lands. Approvals
water per minute. The land is untamed forests and plains, treacher- country. Truly we on cancer.
tempests and overflowing at a rapid pace. from district engineers are
of lateral o u s
protected by a system:
canals and drainage ditches which straems we, in our modern cowardiceare But now, Great Spirit, we are sad being received at the rate of 40 Manferncr "Going Strong"There

connect with the main feeder canal. afraid to meet a few trials and ly in need of a new and purposeful per day. Is no need to feel depressed.'
the tribulations in life. Verily: when we declaration of individual and per- Responsibility for prompt approval Youth Is 'pressing forward with un-
is given by
Further protection stub our toes, we clamor loudly and sonal independence. We stand in of roads is in the hands of daunted energy. The physical aspectof
pumping. plant of the Sugarland lustily for relief, and a great and most vital need of a new and un- the several State highway depart man Is no longer Ignored. Wider

Drainage district pump in Indus- generous government rushes to our trammeled spirit of self-reliance and ments. Secretary Ickes, points out and nobler truths are being recognizedby
trial canal which has a capacity of manliness.It that in 16 States no construction can science. Human welfare Is' being

60,000 gallons per minute. Much of aid.The wilderness has been conquered is even possible, O Spirit, that begin, although the projects have attended to, and In spite of obstaclesthe

the land on the north side of the and no longer do we have such we have been worshipping idols and been approved by the United States outlook Is bright-Sir Oliver

state highway is still too wet for problems to try our souls in the cru- false god!!!. district engineers. Georgia has just Lodge.CLEWISTON.
planting. If the water is lowered on I cible of pioneering. We have pro I From all of these faults and foi-

this strip, there is every indication ofa gressed by leaps and bounds from bles, we earnestly pray for delive- I

large acreage being planted as soon those noble pioneer days. We have rance. II......'..................................................................................................................................................:..:..:..:..:..:..:..
as possible. -

On account of transportation faci- .. ..i'Y
: .
lities practically all of the farming \ y.Y
yj -
done in this section is less than two

miles from the cross state highway; 0 ;

although some, near Bare Beach 2'Ft .j. GOLF t I

camp, is some farther from the main

highway. V-

Just what effect the rain of Tuesday f

and Wednesday will have on the COURSE

planting program can not be told pI)); I )

for a few days, but it is believed thatit } ,; .,"

will only increase the plantingson ;
:: ::
the higher ground. ,.
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JJIjpu .'l.. ,

y'. I ..,
: ..t.l .
(Continued from page 1) .t.

, rageous integrating and the policy permanent results of the will and emergency program be a strong adopted to work cou-accomplish by-c l .... Open to the Public ] \\i\i.t. \ I IpI

.. ..
the Board", Said Mrs. Ball. "We h
.Y. .!.
have selected a woman as Commissioner : '
who knows both the emer- y

gency and the permanent work. Mrs. ( Better Breakfasts :;: :!:
Atkinson worked on the originalsurvey. I
ever wished for :you'll find worthy of serving In .. '
of the state and helped to you ... F!
HAVE entirely differentfor your own castle.Ra5pberry : "
organize the relief administration. breakfast somethingmost = I

people don't know about. and Banana Cup Y ..
1934 AUTO TAGS OX What do they eat in castles, for Cereal and Cream :: Moderate Green Fees :=:

SALE DECEMBER FIRST Instance, when Her Ladyship the Frizzled Ham

High Duchess Somebody or Other' Sliced Cucumbers Corn, Salt Cake and Pepper. -i:: Exceptional Fairways ::_::
is ushered in by none less than Spider s
Tallahassee, Oct. 5 (FNSFacedwith Wowser, the Butler, with an en- Coffee :: ::
the problem of supplying approximately tourage of soldiers in high hats .. Interesting Greens ; :i:

350,000 automobile tagsto and hoity-toity airs. Raspberry and Banana Cup: : I I IY
the state, the tag production Well, we don't know either. Slice or cube one banana into y I II
plant at the state prison may haveto But if Merlin the Chef isn't a four cocktail glasses. Squeeze four I h

be worked night and day. The nor- hide-bound body he probably con- teaspoons lemon juice over them . . . . . . . . .11
mal production of the plant is ,about jures up something a little 'different at once to prevent discoloring. II.N.N.N.N.M.N.N.N.N.N.N.;.N.N.ti.N.N.N.N.N.M.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.M.N
and doesn't care whether it's Then fill the cups with raspberries I
6,000 tags a day. what most people consider break- from, an 8-ounce can of red

A handicap is occasioned by the fast not' Here's a menu, we'll raspberries. Serve very cold.
or 1:H.N.H.N:N:N:N:H.N:N:N:N:N:N.1.:N:N:N:M:N:N:--:N:H:N:N:M:M:M:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:'
This four . . . . . . .
installation of new machinery, spe- wager a new inflated dollar, that serves persons. ....N.N.N.N.N.N.H.N.N.N.H.N.N.N.N.1.N.N.'..N.N..:.N.N....N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N..:.N.N.N.N.N.N.N..
cially designed to manufacture the

theft lock device recently contracted .:....
.i..i..... ....:,
for by the state. Officials are in : : h

doubt as to whether the present volume peanut butter. They made sand :yy ItI : :_ii:::
of 6,000 tags a day can be FOR Speculation
wiches of their find and ate them I! A
maintained on the new tags which CLEAN, COMFORTABLE ROOMS
take more time to manufacture. with no ill effects. The "peanut but- AA .
and TASTY APPETIZING :::: .,... /. ;
.. : : ::::
Acting :Motor Vehicle Commis- li Is >
ter" was found to dynamite. FOOD Exciting ,:: :,; \. -... .t..t.
sioner Wilder is keeping in close A.*. : :' .!.{.
touch with the situation throughthe
co-operation of prison superin- WATANABE Ay
Two brothers in Saulte Ste :Marie xxA h
tendent Chapman, and if necessarya their brother, Wesley Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Prop. .ri. but aren't safety of principal and assured +.;.
day and night shift wil Ibe put on Ont, declared ... ....
Berry choked a bear to death when A return more important right now? .:... .
the A A .. .: -
the bruin entered .a haymow in which A A it.
. Tags are scheduled to go on sale If for real without '
ready profit
December 1, and deliveries to tax the three boys were sleeping. The 1' ..-........................................................................................... :ii any you breath-taking are thrills (as most sensible :.:4..::. -
collectors in each county must be other boys ran out in fright. AA AA people are these days), you'll be Interested .j..i'

made prior t othat date. A:::}. in the Building and Loan plan. It has 'i"i':
KILLED BY MOSQUITTOW. 44t! : been going along serenely for many years .!..!.
Good FarmLand ;.i"i.i; now, paying its patrons consistently high ._ ;.
EAT DYNAMITE L. Walker was bit on the arm :;=::12;: returns, without doing any tricks with :?::;:

"Thiee, Orange N. J. boys found a by a mosquito in Atlanta a week ago. .t".;::.. their money. .+.,+.
stick of "something" wrapped in The spot developed blood poisoningand .:. : .
brown paper, which they took to be Walker died as a result. +Aii As a matter of fact, there have been fewer s:::
'i'i' .: actual losses under this plan than under ++
:::t. any other financial plan in the world. That ::::::
Rent +.;. covers a lot of territory, but it's the truth. '.:.+

for :=::i: XX
; Even the late, unlamented depression, .:..:.
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which left many other established financial :
Blame.. on NRA. :ii::_: institutions in such bad order, failed 'i' i'
H to hurt the reputation of the Building :::::
,- and Loan. : .t.
Or what you will A h

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Trespassers : We Can Help to
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But every indication points toward i Will Be :'J*. Own Your Own Home ..;......
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Higher Prices on paper costs and higher I ProsecutedThe IYY t

prices for printed matter of all kinds. See I I :i_t:l: Clewiston Home i_ j_)

what will need and phone 339. yy +
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Estimates Gladly Given.No Obligation 44
M :::: Administration Building **:

ClewistonCompapy :::: AN INSTITUTION FOR SAVING :;::.:: !
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS :tH::;: Clewiston, Florida :;::;i iT

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