The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00448
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 10, 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: UF00028415:00448
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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SCHOOL SHADES FIREMEN: IN Hendry County Commissionersat In the Lake Okeechobee,

PITCHERS ,BATTLE; KIWANIS I their regular monthly meeting section woke up to the fact the other

OUTSLUG ENGINEERS 2nd WIN held at the courthouse on Tuesday; day that they have a of
I I I Membership Support crop fall
of this week arranged a tentative beans on their hands when the ship.

Even with Bobby Hare's superla-: :settlement of the, contemplated liti- ment from the state stepped up to
,: tive pitching the Orange shirted gation over the bond of James L. L. of Red Cross Relief 97 cars on the 6th of this month

i High School team had a tough time Taylor, former Tax Collector., Shipments should continue heavy

t trimming the Red Jerseyed Firemen I A resolution was drawn up join- I '. throughout the month depending

;:- in a clash Friday night that was tly by Louis O. Gravely upon the
as Attorneyfor WORK, CALLED FOR BY LOCAL. Red Cross activities, is a volunteer capacity of the marketa

much closer matched than the colors. the Commissioners and James A. .- CHAIRMAN responsibility," said Mrs; Patterson. to take beans, upon weather conditions .
The schoolboys got away to a lead at Franklin, as resident agent for the \ "Roll Call workers are themselves to take out some of the sourceof

the firs't when they scored four times I 1 I Massachusetts Bonding Company, Memberships, ) "'for 1934 are sought members who are giving in additiona supply in the Southern section,

on two hits and a combination of 'which bonded Mr. Taylor as Tax Collector by. the\ American' ;Red .Cross, which great deal of time and personal and upon frosts to eliminate homegrown .

errors and slow fielding. The three for State and County funds.. extends to',every person invitation effort to the campaign. When they supplies from the immediate

hits Butler's Boys got all came in the I I On motion of Hall ,seconded by ito join during the period of Roll Call, call, please be ready for them so thata vicinity of the northern markets.A .

, third and made two runs' Bobby won j Magill, a resolution was adopted setting II November 11 to 30. Though pul- : second call will be unnecessary and check by the Division of, Crop

his own game in the, fourth when he I I forth the acceptance by the ,com- pit and press, on the airgnd.by personal the canvass'may be short and Estimates of the U. S. Department ot

scored from second while Roy Greent1' missioners of the proposed settle- 'contact, the opportunity to I thorough. It. is inevitable that some Agriculture of the acreage in the:

was.being run down, with what prov- ment by the bonding' company' on the I share, in the work. of organized relief I persoiis will. be missed. These we Lake territory (based on sales of
" ed to be the winning'counter.. basis of 85 per cent of the shortageof I I will be' offered, to millions of men I.urge to bring or send their membership seed and allowing for home grown

: The Firemen came back 'with;a se State and :County funds indicatedby i I land women: throughout the country I dues to Chapter headquarters of seed) shows over 16,000 acres plant..

cond pair of scores in the fifth, but i: the'report of the' State Auditor on between. Armistice Day and Thanks- their own accord-to volunteer their ed to November first.. Tho rest of
i i
Dean left second with the the books of the former-tax collector. Red Cross "
was on tying giving. support: in true spirit. the State has about 4,500 acres, mak.

run. Aided by some superlative Acceptance of the proposed settlement -:J In making the announcement ol Mrs.' Patterson1 points out that all ing a total of 20,500 acres which Is

: fielding Hare set, down the Firemen by the County Commissioners i'I I Roll Call plans! Mrs.R. Y. Patterson ,except 50 cents of each membership nearly double that harvested last

; for' the' lasttwd innings' to win, 5-4. Is, of, course contingent on the, approval -!! chairman t' the Clewiston Use goes for local'Red Cross activities. year not including the acreage lost

f t For. the second straight game, the and authority of the State'I' Memberships are designated as fol- by rains in the Glades during elect.
Chapter called for city-wide cooperation
Kiwanians.were. out fumbled by their Comptroller, J.. M. Lee. It is intimated I' in; attaining, the goal of 100. lows: Annual, $1; contributing, $5; tion week last November. The Department

opponents in the second half of the I If by Mr. Franklin that in the membership. '. sustaining, $10'and supporting estimate is that productionwill
f doubleheader, and won 22-12. The !,event, such approval is had from the i iI l I per"The .annual canvass like most $25.. total 1,640,000 bushel hampers

r Civic club outfit chased over four I State. Comptroller, actual payment : compared with 997,000 hampers;

r runs in the first; the Engineers went would be made, by the bonding company last fall.
F them one better when they got to within ten days. On the basis I| Yield in all sections around the

Lawrence for four hits climaxed ofthe-agreement it is indicated: that : : < .' ,
t. Art r '. '\ -. :,.' Lake have been high, many growers
by Schauerman's two base drive to 'the county would receive approximately "
( < :"I reporting better than 100 hampersto
r deep left. The slugging Kiwanis refused -'\ $4,200.Discussion .; < ;d" ),; > the acre on first picking. Other-
to be stopped and with four interested ,
by persons sections of the State ,are reporting;

,. hits in each of the first four innings, brought out the advisability of ac- comparatively low yields. Movementis

coupled with some loose infield play cepting the compromise settlement, 0 now on from all fall :sections, ','

k, by the pale shirted Engineers, they since a long period of litigation sure Louisiana, South Carolina California

garnered 18 runs in those four inns to ensue between the various-. county and sections .of' Florida other

ings, while the. opposition ran their }t.b arda dtb bonding company than 'the Lake region, all shippinga

E'!' total of ten. Eight more. hits offRobbie +i would. greatly reduce the amount LADIES LEAD IN I NEW CLUB HOUSE few cars daily. The movement will
Smith, who replaced Peterson know claimed. 'Mr. Taylor was acquitted be limited only by market demands.

j' ... in the last three innings got the old- I at a recent session; of the. Circuit -I Quality in a few cases has been ex.

,."' timers four more runs before they I Court" of the criminal charge of DUPLICATE' BRIDGETOURNAMENT' 1 I BEING BUILT ON 'cellent, but mostly only fair to good

. got too leg-weary to get around. embezzlement, and the commissioners with some complaints from buyers

Cam Nail, Mos Langford Bo Nail apparently deemed it wise to I II I GOLF COURSEPersons and receivers of poor carrying quality.

. and Hotfoot Miner led the slugging avoid civil suit against the bonding .

',.J # has-beens. Si Sias and Bill Owen each company. I The East Coast section, principally

made: startling catches in the outfield The school board, which faced the I Averages compiled at the conclusion interested in the future around Pompano is reported to

o that started'double plays and same situation as the county com- night's play in the' have lost practically its entire acre
of Monday development of Clewiston having underwritten -
,- I. saved Langford', who', .finished In' the missioners, in a meeting yesterday re-I(current duplicate Bridge Tournament I 'the intial expense of start- age from heavy rains. Lands there

box. lots of trouble. ceived and accepted the same lat I the Clewiston Inn, gave support to ing construction, work was begun are still too wet, and very little is

al from Mr. Franklin. By the agree- !i are available for planting at the pre
that the
those who contend women this week on a club house at
BIG CROWD WATCHES' SCHOOL ment, the claim of the school board i the sent time, so there will, be few beans
; I I I better than men at handling local golf course. Financing of the
WALLOP SUGARS; MISSES FIRE- against Mr. Taylor wilt be settled I pretty pasteboards. For the four- sessions -,complete project will be undertaken from this section for some time.
MEN'S' RALLY TO BEAT| MOTORS for 85 cent of the shortage, Growers in the Lake section are
per I of play to date, Mr. W. C. Pre: through the medium of annual
charged. This nets the school funds |I, once more demonstrating to their
witt is the only masculine .representa- :memberships which 'will cost $12,
; 'Another jam-up crowd at Kiwanis .
$2800.00.Baker's that they can groW'more
approximately tive among the six leaders, Mrs. 'which may be obtained from own dismay
f Field Tuesday night saw a little of .1 I beans than the entire
Mark Lawler heads the East West any of the three Trustees, Jay W. string
everything that can )happen: in, a base, absorb (under presentmethods
Service' Station contingen't, and Mrs Ruth Beard- ,Moran, Horace Bestor, or E. E. Kelly, country can
ball game
when the speedy High I of distribution.) Some are
sley the North-South players. ,or from Lloyd Sparrow, pro. at the:
School outfit
won the first game of I
c seeking an outlet by express movement
the doubleheader from the U. S'I Robbed, Thursday Night"Thefts I The play Monday night was featured .golf course. These memberships of I to the smaller cities, but mostof
holders to all privilages
, entitle
.**" the strong cards held by East-
Sugar Corp. team, 4-1, and Ed But- .: by these markets prefer Stringless!
I but do not cover
club house
the ,
: West and the first plus average so
ler's Firemen staged an extra Station I
from Baker's Service I' which will be payable (Continued on page 4)
for those positions during course
far scored
thriller against the Clewiston Motors, '' 1
too common says
are ,becoming ,( 'at Those
finally winning, 12-11, in the eighth. I Mr. Clyde' Baker. ,\Fridayt night :the tournament. Board 8, on which the same rate as at present.
': I ; : i!' bid 'interested are urged to make cash ProgramAt
at'the Mrs. Carl Berner playing West ;
' 'V For four innings second 24
-4t. ,the front screen was cut and gallons ;I memberships purchasred -
game the Firemen looked like champions and made six Diamonds vulnerable, payment on
4ic, of gasoline taken. The cash register Legion MeetingClewiston
be rapidly
funds -
in order may
: with a 5-1 lead then Baker was broken into and papers for 1390 points, gave the big swingof of the
faltered, and some loose infield play I had the 'evening's play. Her bidding assembled for completion
scattered as if some one ,
i were work, but purchase may be made ata Post of the American
let the Motors tie the score in the been searching for money.; The same and responses by her partner, Mrs. ,,
hold its annual Armistice
rate. will -
monthly Legion
(Continued on page 4)) night Austin Bush, who had Dave Alston enabled them to.reach
I' young
the slam contract, the 'only couple !1 The site for the club house is on meeting on Friday night at 7:30
of fromBaker's I'
theft $104
to the
confessed .
'who arrived at that bid. Mrs. W. C. the knoll .at the foot of the present .at the Clewiston Inn. Jay Moran, Adjutant
"Poor Father" Is I in October and R. E. Tha-. Owen and Mrs. Beardsley, North- driveway and the building when says the entertainment committee
gard, accused of the theft of a car function like
I South were the fortunate team who erected will face No. 9 green and No. is prepared to
from the LaBelle Motor Co., broke Invitation to all ex-
Title of Club 75"
Play LaBelle. ,made 500 points on the. same board 1 tee, with a view up the a French
out of the county jail
Clewiston ter'ritory -
I! when they set their opponents two driveway from the north end. Observation service men in the
:An old hack saw blade supposed to ,the members of the
tricks doubled on a no trump bid, of. the fairways of Numbers : to join
:- The Ham Club promises a full have been left from a jail break v of the Fifteenth
of 1900 points. This Seven and Eight may be made from Post in celebration
a swing nearly
evening. of laughs in their next play, three years ago was. found near the ( mailed early this
had much to do with their toppingthe the south end of the building. I Anniversary were
; "Poor Father" to be presented on third floor window from which the ,,
and other former
play for the session A new com- The plans call for two dressing week. Legionnaires
; Thursday, November 16, in the fugitives evidently let themselves to I i I
h Fort
been invited by
bination Miss Marie Williams and rooms, a large lobby and a screened veterans have
school auditorium, for the benefit bed clothes
the ground by tying the with them in a
to join
48 feet the Myers Post
of the :Ladies' Aid. George Schauerman C. Blitz Wegman, of the James McMakin, topped the East- porch 10 feet by across
together. Sat
celebration at Fort Myers
'' always devil among the ladies, I! LaBelle Motor Company, reported to West, players ,by a small margin west front of the building. The pro'sshop I big
will A parade, sports program, an
of the urday.
in a corner
over Mrs. Alston-Mrs. Berner and
gets mixed about' the number of
( up authorities the theft of an I
County Senator Park Trammell,
wives he has. His perplexity is increased -]I the same night. Mrs. Lawler-Mrs. Poole.' Play continues carry a complete stock of equipment.It 'addresses by
automobile on
Hardin Peterson,
: each Monday .night at 8I' is expected the new clubhouse will land Congressman J.
by the trifling with the truth I
I : inter club match and a dance are high lights of the
I Continued be ready
of Ed Butler in the funniest negro ( on page 4)
.' GOVERNOR PROCLAIMS LEGALI Fort Myers plans. A number of Clew-
part he has had. I (Continued' on page 4)
I HOLIDAY FOR ARMISTICE DAY i i iston Legionnaires expect to join
,, cast
The is composed of seasoned '
actors. ; : I I Father's Night Will. I their buddies of the Fifth District.

Tallahassee, Nov. 9' (FNS)-Governor Moltz Featured In
CAST 'Sholtz last week Issued a pro Be Held By P.-T. A. i'I ARMISTICE OBSERVANCE SUN-
Mr. Dummell-George Schauerman clamation declaring Saturday, November I I'L DAY AT COMMUNITY CHURCHThe
"' Mrs. Tompkins-Marcia Avant the Swimming Programs
ow 11, a. legal holiday\ in
Mr. Tompkins.-A. W. Sias t > stata. ''. I!I' All persons interested in the af- -- Community Church has
Marie,' French maid-=-JeweT.;. :"*Lawr--> The governorasked.that, \ : all Flor=, fairs of the local school are invitedto Sunday swimming programs %at planned a program commemorativeof

rence. ida patriotic citizens 'display the attend the Fathers' Night program Lake Worth Casino are being featured Armistice Day for next Sunday

Vivian 'Lemarie-Roberta George National Emblem and close all> public ofthe P. T. A. at the school auditor-. recently by the outstanding per- morning at 9: 45., Grover C. Poole,

Clifford Tompkins-Art Lawrence ',offices'where the public interest will ium Saturday, the 18th, at 7:30p. fonnances of Trevelyn (Pete) Moltz; (former veteran, leader of the class,

Gladys Tompkins-Louise Waldron. ,not 'suffer in order that loi-idamight': :' m. The time of commencement has son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moltz. Last I has arranged for talks by former

Bessie Tompkins Mary Moore appropriately'' Join other 'states in been set early in order that the audience Sunday Trevelyn, who has not :yet overseas veterans. Old services songs

Caroline Tompkins-Evelyn Hare .[ honoring those who, still live and ,:, may have the pleasure of watching seen his 13th birthday, entered the !led by a quartet will feature the

George-Ed Butler I those who'made'fhe supreme sacrifice "" the kindergarten youngsters 100 yard. free style for boys 15 andover I program. All members of the class

: Clarence.-Graten George that our" nation and its institutions 'perform before the sandman comes ,and won the eventin, the fast and every former world war veteranare

Sergeant O'Connor-Deder '.'Nail._ I might survive. II'I around. ,I(I'time of 32 seconds. particularly: invited to be fesentMR .



.. .. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 10, 1933-1:

I "It's Income has- !;
this week.
The Clewiston News It ItDi i make You your expect town your their newspaper to give been constantly reduced during the J""

I I II BY until It is }
three now a
TOO LATE TO past years
Published every Friday In Clewiston, notice of all, public meetings, public
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, etc. continuous fight to secure funds-
RUSSELL KAY observances, conventions,
Inc. CLASSIFY x I II You expect your newspaper to I enough to provide even the bare necessities
big'family of
of life for the
urge support of your relief benefits, I must be.
helpless little children who %
Entered as second class matter > ,library drives, Red Cross drives
I don't know about the rest of you this country. Corporations have i I sheltered, fed, and clothed. '
February 1, 1927, at the Post Officeat Christmas Seal drives, Legion and
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act I folks, but I want to take my hat off been enthroned and an era of I drives sales, for- "Exactly 1626 ,homeless, orphaned
Of March 3, 1897. to this little guy Pecora. When .it Corruption in high places will Auxiliary poppy children came under the care of the

comes to woofin' and puffin' and follow, and the money power of I I get-me-not sales, have-a-heart drives, Society during the first nine monthsof r

A newspaper devoted to the- best blowin' straw-men down, he's a wow. the country will endeavor to etc. this year", Mr. Fagg said, and

Interests of Hendry county, Florida. While the rest of us poor saps prolong Its reign by working up- You expect' your newspaper to urged that all who could possibly do

It's l leading newspaper. been payin' our money for a seat in on the prejudices of the people I I publish church notices church programs BO at this time make their contri-: ;

the gallery and been sittin with our until all the wealth is aggregated ,club news, farm bureau Information butions during this trying period in '

I eyes poppin' out while guys like WIg- in a few hands and the republic demonstration unit news, the organization's history. ,

Subscription rate,. per year.$2.00 I gins guessed which card we was is destroyed. I feel at this market news, weather news, bring r_ _____________ i

Outside of State of Florida-$2.50 thinkin' about or pulled rabbits moment more anxiety for the you the market reports and cover all THE SMALLEST CHURCH

I out of a hat Pecora steps up on the' safety of our country than ever doings of the many semi-public or-

,stage and : before. God grant forebodings
says my -
Business Office, Clewiston News, ganizations.You J There Is a little church in Louisiana
"Oh Yeah! What about that "
ace are groundless.
Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and I I I I expect your newspaper to called Madonna Chapel which
up, your sleeve and the false bottomin and
The above solemn prophecy I
Advertising, same. !support every meritorious organization accommodates only one person a ;
: that stove-pipe Kelly? i
I warning was spoken not yesterdayor I effort for the city's good. time The church, battered, unpainted -

Now genuine IfCamel cigarettes want the day before, but 72 ,years ago I And you ,expect all this for the and weather-beaten, stands In a'
Ed Howe, Sage of Kansas, says some human interest mater- by Abraham Lincoln in his messageto ''Point Pleasant and
field between
ial for that "It's fun to be fooled" price of your annual subscription.No
that in the presence, of gas, railroad Congress in 1861.
miles from
Goula ten
It can't be done for that, the Bayou ,
series of advertisements, oughtto
crossings, machine guns, dynamite they And later,another great President, town of Plaquemine. It Is still used
hire Pecora to write for 'em. ,money you, as a subscriber pay for
he copy
women, always a Woodrow Wilson, warned us Inj that
Legend more
for worship. says
We can kid and wise-crack aboutit this paper covers less than -on -four
sense of caution.-Florida Times these words:
Union. all we like, but take it from me, th the cost of publishing 'the paper.: ,than thirty years ago, an Italian living
"You must put the credit of in that section, had a very sick:
it isn't funny. Maybe he knows it The other three-fourth must be paid
this country'at the disposal of wife. He prayed for her recovery z
The political hibernating season is and maybe he don't, but right now by advertisers. '
I everybody on equal terms........ promising a shrime if his prayers
Mr. Pecora is doin' a "Hand writin'on Since the advertisers a large,
drawing to a close. The old smile pay
i, the banking system of this country were answered. The wife got well
the wall" act and a hundred and share of the of publishingyour ,
and handshake will be expense
carefully unwrapped -,
does'not need to be. indictedIt church.
and so ho built the tiny:
from its moth ball contain-I twenty million people are standin'' is convicted. We must see that newspaper, don't you think you

er and. put into action and again the I;around in a daze tryin' to' .dope- out- the business of the United owe them the duty to patronize them -

Country will be saved.-Apopka: ChiefREl.SONS just Our what forefathers it means.drafted a 'Con- States Is set absolutely' free of whenever they 'offer you equal or ..!M......................................................,... ....'...'..1

every feature of monopoly........ better values than non-advertisers ?
stitution which guaranteed all menthe
FOR BUYING, NOW unless you feel that way? the And you, Mr, Advertiser don't
rights to "Life, liberty and the '
thing is not'' going to :happen ,you think, that in view of the many
pursuit of happiness", but unfortunately -
By H. I. Phillips in ,New York Sun a few greedy selfish individuals except by'duress the,worst'wayto services which, the newspaper performs Good FarmLand
bring anything about"" I for which the derives
Interpreted Life
have it "High unbridled -: '
Money makes the nightmare go. I Liberty and the, ,pursuit of In Washington today :another 'I no -compensation.. but which
* !unlimited wealth." I great President Is fighting, to bring.mean more business and more profits ::'

Buy now! Whatever you spend will I This would be a, mighty good time about a redistribution of wealth, to :' to you, the newspaper deserves ;,\,-..
be a contribution to own wel- lift this nation out of the slough of f I
your for a few folks in this country to geta I II your advertising and printing, business -

fare. I copy, of Mr. Aesop's Fables and I depression and place it on 'the path ? Make your community'news- for Rent'Trespassers

,* ,read that yarn about the dog in the to progress and prosperity.It I paper your, advertising medium and

Spending a. dollar today may hurta 'manger. Then they might try thumb-I '''is .Herculean task., The pro-!you help build up, the community.

little but it will make spending $5')I I in' their Bible and read about the blem of a "new deal" with the same i''Send your advertising dollar 'away

practically painless in a few months. ,Babe in the manger the money old deck :of "marked cards" is dif i from home and.you do Just what you
* i"
'changers in the Temple, and ponder ficult. The bulk of the chips are wouldn't want others to do to whom

Don't say "Oh, that's just, another I'over such passages as*,"Am.i. my still stacked on one side of the table, 'I'you look for your business. It is just

slogan!" You'll only be like the I brother's keeper"-"Do unto others" but 'We 'are getting better- hands has' important 'that the advertising
doughboy who decided bugle calls ,
etcetera. right along so keep your courage up ,dollar remains In the community as

were too 'monotonous to answer. "I see a crisis approachingthat and don't let Wall Street or' ,.Congressor It is for the grocery dollar and the
: unnerves me, and causes anybody else try to"put the cards clothing dollar and the rest of the Will Be
It's all right to be thrifty but you me to tremble for the safety of when you aren't lookin'. I
commodity dollars that make ,
can keep America flat on her ears, by 'your
overdoing it. I town prosperous 'to remain_ at home. ProsecutedThe

* I property of another person withouthis I jtion-and yet these same exhorters I-Lake Worth Leader. ... I

You all cheered for'Recovery; who consent., but if the property: in ask us to buy buy, buy. \
did you expect was 'going' to do the 'question happens to be a: blackjackthat I What's the answer? Money Is a'''DADDY FAGG PLEADS FOR '

work? the other person ,is about to bring means of trade. If you had,a cord of HELP FOR HOME SOCIIETY I \

* down on my head shall have a,''i wood, and no food and your neighbor J

Why say you can't afford it? When better chance of surviving If I perceive -,i had. a cellar full of, potatoes and ,, Jacksonville, Nov. 9 (FNS-Al-

your house is burning down would in time, the unwisdom of cling- no fuel, and if neither of you were though burdened with the great pro- .rt

you hesitate to put a nickle into the ing unalterably to old, convictions. i(willing to trade, he'd' have raw potatoes blem, of directing relief work for'thostate r+

pay station to get the fire depart- That Is, there are times of emergency i I II to eat but he'd freeze to death, Marcus Fagg has not last sight

ment? I when clinging ,to an old conviction i i i land you'd have heat enough perhaps, of the fact that he Is still "Daddy"to ClewistonCompany

ji * [I I will be ruinous. Let us consider thepresent I,but you'd starve ,to .death.. Thrift is the,homeless'waifs being cared for I .

. You'll hear the old Scoffers Bri-' time in its relation to our'indeed a virtue; but this is a time by the Children's Home Society of '

gade saying that the recovery drive: old conviction in favor of thrift. I I of emergency during which it's'necessary ::Florida

1 can't work, but the fellow who tries, I;'i People of pioneer stock_ are. often;; to buy goods so:that som body'll !I P I' "Financially the Home Society is

i to belittle a movement like this Is spoken of as the "backbone of the Ii)I have money enough to :pay us for facing the most serious situation of

f like the man who stands sink- its 32 of service" '... ........... ........... .... '. ...IIII J
I by a country," and probably they are i) what we produce.' If it's hard for us years Mr. Fagg ,*: : : :+:": : : : :":": : :" :-: "

{, ing steamer in his yacht and criticizes Pioneers are thrifty or they don't Ito get rich by washing one, ;another's I j I-! .,.

the way the sailors are handling survive. If the wood pile is used.I i,I shirts it's certainly,impossible' for us '' ..:.--:. ..:...:...:,.K"..:..:....:....:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:.... :...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:..... .... .......... ....
the lifeboats.. freely in the autumn it may not last :to make a living by :washing our own. lI.NNINON, N N, N"N'NN'N'N,.N,",NN'N. .N NN, N NON'N.N N N'MN N N N N N.N.NN. . .Nf a
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through the winter, and the Midland It seems wiser to live by spending
Never mind singing the National ...-. t?
than to : .
perish by saving
child learned thrift ,at its grand: .t.tU -
Anthem; go on out and spend a lit '
mother's knee. Moreover, we.'ve .been
tle, dough. It looks more sincere.
* ,taught for several generations that itisn't WHAT DO YOU EXPECT OF'YOUR Speculation ??

. : what a man earns that counts : -,
PAPER? .... "
Flag waving is but "
okey nobody ??
( :
and takes care of him In his old age; ., ;''"
'I ever balanced a budget that way. 'it's what he saves. We've always believed :::: Is Exciting I :: :>y

* !i! that thrift is a virtue that What do you expect from your I! 1

1 If you cheered when the.New Deal ? Well
spending is risky and that squandering newspaper you expect' more ?
was first proclaimed and you balkat is suicidal.! We demand 'thrift from your newspaper than you, do :..:. ..
going' on a little spending bender i
from from any other ers'on or Institution:
our government, vote against ,
now, what role i: : but aren't safety of
are you rehearsingfor principal and assured YY
i political candidates' proven 'unthrifty, You expect your newspaper to give, :::: ,return '
patriot or kibitzer? i j more important right now?
all the i r
you news.
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That hat looks phooey anyhow and You expect your: newspaper to take n If you are ready for real profit without II
I be carelessly lavish with public any breath-taking thrills (as most sensible
the lead in advocating changes for
if suit 'I
" it your you can use gets it any,for higher a shaving polish mir on I funds. The value of thrift, indeed, is the betterment of the community.You p::: in people the are these days), you'll be Interested :E:::
one of our strongest? convictions. No ..u. Building and Loan plan. It has ;
ror. expect your, newspaper to ex- : been going along 8
s serenely for i =
1 one doubts that it is a right and many years
, * use- pose graft in public affairs to fore- :_::_. now, paying Its patrons consistently high :::
ful conviction or that It would be dan- '
j For once in your life surprise the stall it by publishing itemized ac- f+ returns, without doing any tricks with
.1 gerous to unsettle it; but here is the ++ their money. I
little woman by telling her you are counts of all public moneys spent.
States _
i tired of her in United government coming, to ::::
that .
fur coat.Don't You to
I expect your newspaper ;
i * us now, asking us to buy, buy, buy ; As a matter of fact, there have been fewer ::::::
maintain a high standard of morality :::: actual .,losses under this XX
advising us to spend our money 8_ plan than under :::?: _
"Look how *
say higher pricesare things that right any other financial
rather than to save It, and generally supporting are plan In the world. ,That, ','f
now than they were six months covers a lot of territory but YY
and condemning things that are it's the truth.
to :cc
appearing set itself strongly in "
ago. (Unless you were satisfied ,'
opposition to that old principle of I wrong. :;::: Even the late ::: -
with conditions six months ago.) unlamented depression, !; !
* thriftiness In which we were train- I. You expect your newspaper to which left many other established financial ,'

It may be the root of all evil, as ed., There seems to' be a contradiction maintain a high standard of enter- 1H:::;: to hurt Institutions In such bad order, failed !::|:: ,,:",;"

the philosophers say, but there never somewhere. prise, devoting column after .columnto ,and the'reputation of the Building -

was a time when the country needed Moreover, the government asks us to propaganda, supporting the band Loan".t"...:_

more rooters. spend at a time-""when we have the ,the baseball team, community' celebrations .i"i'... h

. .... least to spare, at a time ,when the Boy Scouts, high school

The trouble with the average shop- Federal'government Itself, as well as athletics, school, programs, home talent 14ii We Can You *: ?
Help to ct
per is'the same'as the trouble with our state county and city ,governments plays and dozens of such causes ...':.. ;,,,;. '" :

the average golfer; he is too tight. I[r 'are taking heavily from us I and events. *: j.: Own Your Own Home IIt;

* *' in taxes and in that way lesseningour YY
You expect your paper to boost ....
Don't wait for the other fellow to power to spend. Worse still our for good roads and protect your com- ._

do the spending; he's waiting for government, through the N. R. A., munity's claim to its share of road

you. asks us to spend at a moment of improvements. i.. Clewiston Home :

great financial uncertainty in our ".iN..=. ??
You expect your newspaper to .
EtUY NOT, EAT NOT lives, at a moment when we don't "
build up confidence jn.your home I! H
know whether we're emerging from

By Booth Tarkington the. depression or going deeper intoit financial institutions and protect Building Association MXX
Somethimes and when home Investors from making unwise II
" we have to go against we aren't sure whether
our training or go broke. Sometimes f we're less afraid of the future than investments of surplus funds, warning &: :!

what we have always believed to be ;we were a year ago, or more so. The against fake salesmen and other :U: Administration

a rule of virtuous conduct proves curious thing about the government's financial pirates. xx Building 3 II! ;

E fatal In practice. For instance, we ;,exhortation to us to spend in that the I You expect your newspaper to =:: AN INSTITUTION FOR SAVING ; .

i, ;: have grown up in the belief fostered ,exhorter's know how we feel and howwe're combat the peddler nuisance. i at
:::: Clewiston Florida
by our parents and teachers and I situated; they know our old You expect your newspaper to establish ff

enforced by our government, that 'conviction in favor of thriftiness' friendly contact 'with the rural -

we have no right to take or use the and they agree with that conic-'!I readers BO as to induce them to II'--............................
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Mrs.. Harry' Peters Sr. of. Tampa I I mercy. They were thrust into jail, and, ,had been courted by many, seminole 1 be In the hands of cotton producers

is visiting her daughter. Mrs: Earl,confined in such a position that 'they braves. Both sisters'are buried In the within the next few' days. '

Personal MentionMr. Fontaine.Mrs. could scarcely move, with their backs East crossing section of the Ever- I I Chairman 'A. H. 'Stone of the

lacerated and bleeding. glades.-Fort Myers News Press Mississippi State Tax Commission, re-

Bill Wallace"and baby son of, "And at midnight Paul and Silas i'.ported business Increased '23.8 per

and Mrs. Elbert Stewart visited Pahokee_ called on' ,Clewiston friends prayed, and sang praises unto God: NEIGHBORING COUNTY HIGH IN I cent in that State during the past

Punta Gorda Tuesday.. Thursday. and the prisoners heard them. And VEGETABLE PRODUCTION RANK three months.
suddenly there was a great earthquake -'!
I National Biscuit Co; reports shows
Mr. and Mrs. Campbell Nall and Mrs. Frank Wright entertained at so that the foundations of Tampa, Nov 9 (FNS)-Five coun-I third quarter net profit of" $4,145--
the prison were shaken: and immediately -
llrs. A. Munroe were in West Palm tea ,on Thursday for two visiting ties In the State of Florida rank !208 against $2,902692 In corresponding

; Beach Monday. mothers. Guests included Mrs. G.. B.: I all the doors were opened, among the, 50 principal vegetable!!, 1932 period. '
and bands loosed.
one's were
Rackstraw and ,her mother, Mrs. lAnd every the keeper of the prison awaking producing counties in the United I I New England Telephone and Telegraph .
Mr. and Mrs. States, according to a statement, of Co. third
Robt. Hare and Ludikins ;Mrs. Henry Kolstad and: out of his sleep, and seeing the I reports quarternet
the United Saes
deparment of
daughter Evelyn spent Saturday' in her mother, Mrs. Sears; Mrs. M. prison doors open, he drew out his com ;' Income of $2,068,521 against

West Palm Beach. Bigg, Mrs. B. A. Bourne, and' '''Mrs. sword, and would have killed him 'merce.i $1.882,223 in proceeding quarter.
'i I The counties are Dade Marion, i
W. B. Furgess. self, supposing that the prisoners had I i
nd Palm Beach, Alachua and Broward. "Wild oats" take something out
/ Mrs. Jesse Mrs., John- been fled. And Paul cried with aloud '
The total acreage in the five Florida of the soil of a person's life that
son of South Bay spent Wednesday in Mrs. Mark R. Lawler entertained I, voice, saying, Do thyself no no
counties 'was be
shown to 61,071
; West Palm Beach. three tables at bridge recently. Those I charm|: : for we ,are all here. Then he acres and the value of the vegetable system of crop rotation can restore

!present were Mesdames J. Hemingway :,called for a light, and sprang In, and crops was placed at $6,872 622. Exchange.

John S. Noel of West Palm Beach Leslie Miller, R. Smith Fred J[came trembling, and fell down be- !i The department of commerce bas-

called on drainage district officials Haggan, Grover Poole, I. them out and said Sirs 'what mustI :
Wednesday afternoon.Mr. A. O. Ward, G. B. Thomas, Gayle i which did not include potatoes,
do to be saved? And they said, Be-
For dChristmas
McFadden A. Munroe, Campbell sweet potatoes and 'vegetables grown
lieve on the Lord Jesus Christ and
and Mrs. Earl Fontaine an- Nall, F. R. Maxwell, and D. G. Alston : under glass.NATIONAL.
thou shalt be saved, and thy house
nounce the birth of a son Wednes- j I Qardsan :
j The reason for the Jailer.starting to
day at the Lakeside Hospital. I RECOVERY ADJITNISTRATIOX ,
kill himself was that a Roman Jailer
Mrs. Henry Kolstad gave a' luncheon -!was 'responsible with his life for the : WASHINGTONMedia

Ben Herr, Okeechobee Flood Control -: in honor of Henry, Junior's four- safe keeping of his prisoners, and I
Engineer, of West Palm 'Beach I Records, Inc., mational advertising Pers.o,1J41
birthday. on November 3 The'youngster this man preferred to kill himself Stationery
was here on business Wednesday.Mr. I reporting service, reportsan :
enjoying the food and fun rather than suffer the humllation, ofa
increase of 9 cent in total SeeEVELYN
were Nancy Wright, Grace Ward, public execution. Suicide was not ;
and Mrs. Ivan Van Horn from Peggy Lawler Mary Louise Thomas 'regarded as a sin In 'those days and newspaper display advertising carried HARERepresenting /:

New Smyrna: and visiting Mrs. Van I Bruce' Beardsley, ,Junior Mills, Elea-(!some of the otherwise noblest of the in all newspapers in 52 leading t -'

Horn's mother_ Mrs. J.,,A. McGehee. 'Joan Crouch 'and 'Henry Romans took their own lives. It will American cities in September' as :
nor Percy, ,_ I
I l be recalled that after their defeat in compared with September last year. Wallace Brown New York"
Kolstad, Jr.:
The C. F. battle this N. R. A. committee in Kansas
,ItS: Trainers are the proud the great near very city.

s, :parents of a daughter, Barbara -Anne, I I Brutus killed '''himself and Cassius City reports 17,347 workers re-em-,;,, .,
On Thursday Mrs. H. J. B. Scharn- ployed by 11,085 employers under' .:..;..: :..--w--: )o----:..:....:w- :w- )
' / Beach I I berg entertained, at bridge" in' honor The sanctity of life is one of the 'the N. R. A.Government. ." ,

of Mrs. Philip Sevln, Mrs. E. P.'Mut- teachings of Christianity, since the announces that $90- .:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..: :--:--:..:-- --:.. ..)):..:..:

Kathryn, Dorothy, and Bill Deam rux, and Mrs. F. Rod rig ez former Son of God died to bring eternal life 000,000 has been sent to more than

and Miss Marie Williams spent Saturday friends from' Cuba who have"'recently I to all. ,The jailor's question! :"What I 850,000 Southern plant'ers' in. adjustment -

moved to Clewiston. Mrs. J. P. Percy must I do to be saved?" is still the i of cotton acreage reduc,' SPECIAL
in West Palm
Beach won first prize, an embroidered lin- greatest of all questions., There is tion. An additional $21,000,000, will 1'
en bridge set, Mrs. Harry Vaughnwon no other answer than the, one given
Another visitor o in town is C. K. second and Mrs. Fred Hill was the jailor, "Believe on the. Lord Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, I Chop Suey{ Dinnersin _
Other Included Mrs. Jesus Christ and thou shalt be sav-
Fisher of Miami. Mr. Fisher is con- consoled. guests Jewelry Repairing delicious
nected with the Portland 1 C." Byrd Mrs. W .C. Prewitt, Mrs. R. ed." Not only should one believe" on
the Lord and accept him as 'a Siv- W. H. MERRITT ORIENTAL STYLE
.Association. Y. Patterson, Mrs. W. Worth, and
I ior; he should follow the Lord and
R. M. Hare spent some time in Rear or

Lake Harbor this week installing
COUNTY CLOSED TO Clewiston Drug. Company
telephones for Wells and Royal'snew $unbap cboolJLes50n HUNTING FOR ENTIRE_'SEASON CLEWISTON FLORIDA WATANABE HOTEL
warehouse and store.
P. O1.' Box 521 Mrs. F. K Maxwell, Prop:

Dr. O. F. Schiffli's broad Tallahassee, Nov 9, (FNS-Con-
grin is "We HCT To .
caused by the arrival of a third son, servation Commissioner George" W. /ic Stay" .:..:...... ----o..:...... ...)o......... '*'......

born November 6 at the Good Sam- Davis announced today that Collier
NOVEMBER 12, 1933
would be closed this seasonto ._. --.I
aritan County
Hospital in West Palm Beach. '
the taking of deer and wild turkey -
SUBJECT: Paul in Macedonia. .., .,
but that quail be taken leg- -- -
On Monday Constable Ed Butler may .
GOLDEN TEXT: "Believe on the from November" 20 to January
ler arrested ally "To the ladies
Bradley, negro. Lord Jesus Christ,.and thou shalt be :
., Officers arrived on Thursday to take ", 15.Mr.
saved. Acts. 16: 31. Davis said that under a recent
him back to Atlanta where he Is LESSON TEXT. Acts 16: 9-15; 25- ruling from the Attorney General's From week to week we add many items to our

wanted for robbery. 31. office' special act governing Collier line of pleasing merchandise! for your selection. We appreciate '

I TIME AND PLACE Probably A. 'County had been held 'valid and' in your patronage and thesuggestlons you give u.3

F E. B. Rush, General Superintendent D. 51; Troas and Philippi. effect. as to what cosmetics, novelties, etc:, you like ;'

\vJ) of the Atlantic Coast Line of After the Council at Jerusalem, The commissioner asserted that he 1 .

Tampa and Claude Allen, Traffic Paul and Barnabas returned to An- would have no other alternative than I efiTV we announce .' ;, "

Superintendent 'of Lake Wales were tioch and preached thre for some to enforce, the law.. He 'said he-'had i cARMAND'Scosmetics ,:"J; ,:" ',;,:.: '

in town Tuesday and Wednesday., time. Then Paul separated from Bar Instructed his agents to arrest 'all -' ,

I nabas, chose Silas as his traveling j i[persons who 'vIolated provisions of ,', '
Mesdames Hemingway, Duff, Spar- companion, and started out on an-'I the special act.

r row, Redelsheimer, and Remagen, other missionary tour. Apparently it The act in addition to closing Col- As a worthy addition to our stock.,You will find an-AT-
competed in the Women's Weekly i was no part of Paul's original purpose lier County In its entirety to 'the
mand product to suit desire.
to beyond the limits of Asia your
Golf I
Tournament on Tuesday. Mrs. go taking of deer and wild turkey also
Duff made low and Minor, to revisit and strengthen the
score Mrs. provided that fur bearing animals
Redelsheimer in ,churches he had already established. Clewiston Drug Co.
putts. i were to be taken from November 20
At Lystra, where he had been stoned ,
to February 15 only. The act provided -
C. H. Miller he found Timothy and took him With Phone 345
former captain of the that no game animals, birds, or
him. The Holy Spirit for bade .him to
dredge Mayaca and father ,of LeslieC i fur bearing animals-were' to be taken
enter that region, or Bit ynia to the I
: Miller launchman for the, U. S. [from any State or Federal breeding
north. So he went over to Troas, the i I
Engineers, died In Tampa Saturday. I ground, sanctuary, or other"rotect
ancient Troy near the northwest corner -
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Miller attendedthe ed territory.
of Asia Minor.

funeral in Tampa. on Monday., j "And a vision appeared to Paul In I I!BEAUTY OF SEMINOLE TRIBE ....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ...:..:,,: "' ):<<-:-<-<----wo....:... ..
the night; There stood a man of .t. .t.t.
Mark Hulsey of the Dixie Culvert'1 DIES BUT HER CHILD LIVES Y
Macedonia, and prayed him, saying, v ,. y't.
}g, 1; Metal Co. of Jacksonville, C. Y. Come over to Macedonia, and helpus. Y

4 p' Thomason of Greenwood, S. C., W. And after he had seen the vision, Sorrow hovered, over the Ever- :;: Goodbye ti
,, /
W. Wanamaker of Orangeburg, S. C., Immediately we endeavored' to go in- glades this week due to the

and Tom Nibling of Atlanta spent to Macedonia, assuredly gatherngthat death and 'burial of beautiful Lena

several days at the Clewiston Inn the Lord had called us for to I Cypress, 19-year-old wife of Richard i PROHIBITION !! Y

this week. preach the gospel unto them. There-, Osceola, just two days after the birthof ,

fore loosing _from Troas, we came her child. v Iv

At the Inn fora indefinite stay with a straight course to Samothracia -I But members of the tribe'of t

are Roy: M. Sands General Manager, and the next day to Neapolis; I Charlie Cypress, her father, took ::_:: But no liquid refreshment 6j.

and Norman R. Lathan of the E. P. And from thence to Philippi, :which i t what consolation they could from "

Latham Co. of Columbus, Ohio, lis the chief city of that part of Ma-:the apparent health of the little : you can get will ever beat.

5 which has the, contract for the con- cedonia, and a colony: and :we were bronze-skinned "pickaninny."

struction of the hurricane gates in In that city' abiding certain days. The fame of the Seminole girl's :;: good wholesome milk. |
And on the sabbath we went out of
the Federal levee. beauty had gone far beyond the
the city by the river sidewhere prayer green confines of her native Everglades : Drink a quart every day |
was wont to be made; and we sat
Mr; and Mrs R. O. Couch of Grant,
for Lena Cypress had visited
down, and spake unto the women
Florida are stopping at the Inn. Mr. and marvel at the result
which resorted thither. And a certain the big cities where the white men I 'i
Couch Is the manufacturer of the
woman named Lydia, a seller of Pur- dwell. She had gone to the home of

Couch pumps which have been suc- ple, of the city of Thyatira, which the "big father: of the nation" Wash-

cessfully used by the Asparagus ,worshipped God, heard us; Whose ,ington. t Sweet milk buttermilk ;

Plantations and the Everglades Ex- heart the Lord opened, that she' attended -I She had seen the grave of Chief I ,
periment Station and which are now unto the things ''which were
: Osceola, greatest of all Seminole
being"used by the Atlantic Dredging spoken of Paul. And when she was I'fighters. Before she was married to I chocolate milk, cream ,, .

Company. baptized, and her household, she besought
Richard d Osceola, the Seminole girl .:. t
us, saying, If ye have Judgedme
'f Mrs. Claude Downs entertainedthe to be faithful to the Lord, come II had gone North with a party of In- i butter i i.t.
under the of W.: Stanley
Clewiston I dians care
Ladles Aid at the Inn unto my house, and abide there. And

on Thursday, November 2. The program aha constrained us." Luke:joined the I Hanson white spokesman of the ..:.. ,

f-4 included a talk on Siam and aljplaylet (company at Troas, and with Paul i I I Semlnoles. She had gone 'as far north .t.V I

t. "Why Some Dolls Become and Silas and Timothy went? to Phi: as' Cape May, N. J., but she chose to .t. .
; '
Missionaries". The parts" were taken lippi. '' return and marry' a young Indianof _: CLEWISTON DAIRY COMPANY

by Elizabeth 'Winn, Gloria McDuffie, One day Paul cast a demon out ',a family friendly to that of her ::: .

Carolyn McDonald, Anne Pafford of a poor slave girl who had repeat' father, Charlie Cypress. .;.

and their dolls. The ladies present edly followed him'and 'called out after -', Her' death reminded members of ::: Phone 333
him.They draggefpauCand Silas:
were Mesdames Thomas, Pafford, .. the Cypress clan that her sister, another *
Into the marketplace before the Roman
McDuffie Poole, Davis, Terrell. beautiful Seminole haddied' ;
magistrate called "praetors.." _
Beardsley, Ezelle, Miner, Furgess, commanded to beat them with rods three years 'ago during an epi- :: i

Maxwell, Stewart, McDonald, Winn, which they to do withoutThe demic of influenza which attackedthe k X.

Downs Hearst, Patterson, Leydig.( clothes proceeded of Paul and 'Silas were tribe during- :a, wet winter. Her .!......._......_......_.._.._.............._......_...................._.................:..........'.......... ..... ".!.M.,.....-'.....-.............-.r'rrr."YY"6TItTDAY ----...'-.............-.. .

Nowling Lamer, Lawler, and Mills. torn from them, and the lIctors were sister's''name was Lipplchee and she






NRA Compliance 'shot into left later and scored the:bage acreage planted in the State Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Chairman. chopped onion, 1 number 2 can or

sixth run of the inning on Cato's infield (than was harvested last year, G 500 Elbert L. Stewart, Vice chairman I equivalent of cowpeas, salt, pepper,

Board Appointed smash, tying the score. Red acres. The upper Everglades section Mrs. J. A. McGehee, Treasurer and milk. 1

I' VAUghn got on for the Motors in the from present indications 'will have Arthur W. Lawrence, Secretary Simmer the vegetables In the fat, r.

: ," eighth, but was left. Two errors!'several thousand acres, and of this Board of DirectorsMrs. add the flour, stirring well add the

,. At a meeting called by Father "F. put Bob Dean on second for the 1750 to 1,000 acres is already set or F. D. Duff cowpeas, and simmer 'until the flavor -

J. ?Finnegan, head of.tho local N. n'i Firemen, and he sprinted over the .sowed in the drill. All other cabbage Mrs. Leah Spicer is well blended. Put the mixture

A. Committee at the City Hall on 'I pan with the winning run when growing sections of the State expect -I. J. E. Beardsley through a seive, then add sufficienthot

Tuesday, a Compliance Board con- Cruze handcuffed the infield with a to increase the acreage. It'is estimated C. J. LovvornW. milk to make the desired' consis

sisting of H. R. Hall and ,W. D. King, I hot one between first and second. that about 3,000 acres have C. Owen tency. >

representing employees C. V. Park- 1- The first, game was an entirely different 'been planted to the first of Novem- Dr. O. F, Schiffll Hopping John

inson and Glen Etherton, representing affair, Coburn Moore shadingBob ber compared with approximately 1-i Chairman of Roll Call: Elbert Ste- Hopping John is a dish well knowm

employers, Mrs. W. C. Owen, representing ,I Mitchell' in a fast pitchers battle. 000 acres at this time last year. Car- I wart. in many sections. It requires 1-4'
pound salt pork, 1 cupful cooked' I
consumers and Paul The High School youngster, allowedbut lots are expected, to begin moving j I Chairman of Publicity: C. J. Lov- \
rice, 1 medium size onion, 1 number -
Deam, as legal authority, was elected three hits one just too hot for .around the first -of December. Someof vorn. '
I' 2 can cowpeas, canned with pork
Ed Clark to hold, and one a swing- the first will come from the Lake the
and salt and pepper. Cut salt
Civic organizations and business ing bunt by Al Hackett that crossedup Harbor section, where Joe Wood has
: pork in small pieces, lightly brownin
..establishments were represented by I the Orange infield. This kid 20 'acres of early planting. Hints To HousewivesCHOICE a skillet and add these cubes to

the group assembled, which included south paw had plenty of everythingand I Acreage of green peas in the Lake the cowpeas. Chop the onions finely

in addition to those listed. C. L.I j missed a shutout only becauseof section has doubled each of the last COWPEA RECIPES and brown lightly in the salt pork

Downs, :Mrs G. B. Thomas. Mrs. four and earlier estimates indicating
loose infield play in the first years fet. Mix with the peas and add the
Harry Vaughn E. B. Butler, W. B.I I!when Durrance scored the only run that the acreage for this: salt and pepper. Combine the mix
abundant in the
Furg'css and J. E. Beardsley. The ;!for the Sugars. Red Waldron packedthe year would be twice that of last year Cowpeas, so ture with the cooked rice and cook
south, contain large ,amounts of muscle -
six members' of the board are to big punch for the winners with have been revised. Due to limited ,' for 10 minutes. Serve hot with or
building protein. They rich
select another member from the hits to start two innings, scoring supplies of the seed of Little Marvel (without tomato sauce.-Isabelle S.
I :in carbohydrates, and contain fair
community at .large who will act as both times.: Ed Clark also, got two .variety, chiefly planted in this sec- ;amounts of fats. They are also well Thursby.A .
chairman. out of three.LEAGUE tion, acreage will not likely exceed
'I supplied with minerals and vitamins.
4,000 this year which is about the tourist who was traveling thru
valuable addition the
I They are a to
as was planted last season. I Kalahari Desert happened to :
:Death Claims Two economy diet, and there's no need of
High School, 2 0 Planting has (started and approxi- monotony in serving them. meet an old inhabitant and his son.

Kiwanis 2 0 mately 700 acres was in the groundon "It looks as though it's going to
.,: '4. Pioneer Residents.Mrs. I Cream of Cowncal .soUP
: 1' November 'first. rain".
Firemen 1 1 I
"- "-"" I'Clewiston Motor 1 1 i I Less than the usual amount of t Cream of Cowpea soup, properly I I "Well, I hope so; not so much for

Lola Warren, 43, 'for some U. S. Engineers 0 2 land has been 'set to egg plant and I made, is as palatable and satisfyingas myself as for my boy. I've seen It
the famous Navy bean Served :
'years a resident of Clewiston<<; and U. S. Sugar 0 2 peppers this fall. Some potatoes in the with crackers or croutons soup. and- rain.-Los Angeles Times

vicinity, died Sunday morning, about Palm Beach county area of the Lake :
(I I
along with celery and a fruit whole
nine o'clock; at Good Samaritan Hospital = section 'are in excellent condition ,and 1Jr.
i I meal. The ingredients are 1 tables- And Taxi Receipts -.cJ_
in West Palm Beach. Death will be dug in December. Present I
TOURNEY |spoonful butter or bacon fat, 1 'table- ...: What this country needs is a moth''that (
was attribute' to kidney trouble I I estimates are for about 300 acres, in .
j spoonful flour 1 stalk finely chopped will eat dandelions and old razorblados.
from which Mrs. Warren had suf: '(Continued from page 1)) the Upper Glades, price of seed ,stock : celery 1 tablespoonful finely I .-Atchlson Globe.

fered more severely the jiast twd., o'clock at the Clewiston Inn. I I being the limiting factor. South'I
month's. Services: were conducted at Standings of the players to date I I Dade county plantings, expected to I

the home' in Clewiston. ,Sunday' afternoon follow: I,reach) 3,000 acres wet ,weather.have been The delayed Fort : fii :..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:NNMNNN. . :..:NNN. :NN. :NNN. :N:,,:NNNN. :,,:,,:,,:,,:,:,,:?:,,:,,:,,:NMN. :_:_:_:, .
;, and a-short, burial service: was North-South i because of .

read by Rev_ .W. B. Furgess ,at 'the Mrs.:: Bear sely 1683 Myers area will follow fall cukes ." ...

cemetery at" Fort. .Denaud., Surviving 1V. C. Prewitt .," 1" ,1238 with about 500 'acres of' potatoes f 1' I h A

are three children, Mrs''C. .W. Sim Mrs. W. C. Owen v "" ",' *' '1061 i Broward County expects to plant

mons. William Henry: and Mary W. C. Owen ..,, :." ; 618 ,i, 400, acres", and Indian River county t j IIy _

Belle all residents, of Clewiston., Art Shea '"" 615 about 250. CLEWISTON 60LF I

K. Hartsfield v"v-: !. 298 The Palmetto section in ,Manatee

j After* a lingering illness, J. A. Mrs. Redelsheimer 208 .County, and Collier County around "I

Barrett, more .familiarly' known as J. V. Loften ..-:('jf ot.:'',,', 118 ,Everglades will start shipping fall :;: .., :;:
"Pat" died of heart tomatoes about the middle of the .., '.., .. "
disease'satur-I(Mrs. L. Downs :.*.?&: 73 ....' -', .
'day night at his home ,Mrs. Prewitt .. '" ,'" ,:' 38.month. Cuban crop is at least 20 per-: *. : H' ',

Interment was at.' Fort, Denaud : Mrs. E. Shelley -,',',fix: '',7" 46 cent below last years shipments. In ..:-1 -.o. '.:.i.,".:, '' '

cemetery afternoon. Rev. W. .. the Lake section there are approxi- '>
Sunday Miss Mae Drew : '-; 64 :!: 5' i:i:'

B. ,Furgess read' the -burial services W. Redelsheimer : 718 mately 100 acres, and shipments .i' ++
to some forty friends and neighbors ,Mrs. A. Thomas '-'." 967 from these will begin in a small way '..:' ; ;- .I

gathered to 'pay their respects. to Mr.Barrett i : East -West ( ? .. .about the tenth of December. -

and Irs. Warren."Pat" 'Mrs. Lawler'>" 1129 f

came to Clewiston to work VICTIMS IX ALL PARTS COUNTRY y
Mrs. Alston
of the
on the Clew- '
Mrs. Berner x
iston. .Inn ;.some years ago later'] .J '.?" '; 549 :
Mrak Lawler ,
working as 'blacksmith nad machinist I ;*'How the American Red Cross discharged to the Public J IL
Mrs. Paffard .;.. : ; ; : 459J. 44 Open ]
with the Southern Sugar Co. His i McMakiu 'V",:'- 181 its primary function of giving

unfailing good ,humor and, cherTY, | Riviere : ,'; .; ,' z.-: : 39 ', relief to victims of disaster.wa, .:. ..
smile will be missed. Mrs. Barrett'J. "' ,"'. told today by Mrs. Patterson, .:. .....--.... ,
7..1 ,
Miss Williams '
servives him.' ,7' man of the local Red Cross Chair-j 'i. fJj.
I. M. Pafford 66 :
i ._ who released disaster o. ,. II; '
I '
Miss K. Dean 189
CARD OF THANKS 'the past fiscal year. !Ninety-six times :: ::
J W. Ezelle : 274 Hf
I' ; ,. / in the year some part of the contin- .. I
309' .
Mrs. Ezelle -, .. .
i' "Wo wish to thank our many ental United States was visited by % ''i
; 354'
Miss E. West : -
:. friends for their heart felt sympathy tornado, flood, fire or other form of I
Miss Balosok ,, 354'
I and aid during the illness and death ., ,, : catastrophe. Twenty-one times the 'i' /

I Ij 'of our beloved mother, especially W.Mrs.C.Niblack Hooker -. .'_-,;>J.-- 528 528 scene of calamity was in Uncle. Sam's I, ::t:: Moderate Green Fees ::

who read the ,' insular Three times the
!: ,Rev. W. B. Furgess possessions.
! wonderful service. G. McFadden 746 helplessess of a foreign community ,*_: Exceptions Fairways :

:\ 'Mrs.: C. W. Simmons Mrs. G. Poole 774 I under the crushing hand of fate
interesting Greens
J I I'i.
Win. Henry Warren I was so extreme that the National

L Mary. Belle Warren CLUB HOUSE BEING BlUILT I Red Cross reached across its borders I. ...

d ;"' AT LOCAL GOLF COURSE with needed assistance.The .. ..
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; .':' COMMUNITY: CHURCH (Continued from page 1) (Cross are officers: of the Clewiston Red J ..:'......_......;......................_.............................._...........''...........'................................................................................

:: Time of the eveningservices, of I with West Palm Beach scheduledfor

the Community Church has been: the 26th.of this month. A Philco

; changed from eight ..o'clock to .745, radio
I presented by J. J. Harrington,
; W." B. Furgess, pastor announced this now on display at the Clewiston PREPARE NOW fOR Tt-mAT

; week. Sunday School will continue Drug Co., will be used by Mr.' Spar- .

J ,to start at 9:45 in the morning. This !.row. to assist the building fund for .' I

i is also the time of meeting of the .the.new clubhouse 1. DRAIN WORN OIL AND REFILL -.... J

' Adult Bible' Class, which last Sunday An Armistice .. CRANKCASE:
Day Flag Tournament -

had an attendance Director of 45. of Adult for the golf course is announcedfor E L (E N D y. R' Iff 2.3. CHECK CHECK TIRES WATER IN BATTERY

I Dr. Westphal, Saturday. In this
: Education of the Presbyterian been run once before in Clewiston, .

church, :will give the principal address 'players add their full handicap to

at district meeting t4 beheld ,par, and play out this total of I

at Ft Myers on Friday, the 17th. strokes. The lie of the last ball i. ayl ,,,'

Ladies of ,the First _Presbyterian' hit is' flagged with the players name, ii::

Church there will servedinner. to and the winner is the one farthest i '.;v' .:,.' 1 Zrn '
x: >
< Eo
all 'those aUen'ding. Rev.' W.'B. Fur- out., Both men and women compete, ;rX,:,::: (?i.:+., a .Cv'. .h.. ; n Ff {
gress- is forming a group from here and may play at any time during the ,

who expect, to attend., .. KEEPING THE WATER <}.:
Sunday, the recent visit of LEVEL UP CAN SAVE OILC1 ECKED '' ty aaX< ?

DIAMOND BALL pA\IES' ARE the Ft. Myers golfers will be returnedby YOUR LOT OF MOTOR '

ATTRACTING GOOD CROWDS Clewiston players. Lloyd Sparrow TROUBLE

. local pro, expects to head a group of

..' (Continued from page 1) 3 ladies teams and 14 men's teamsin
fifth" In their half of the sixth the
the attempt to avenge the recent
'Motors picked ;up five' more runs, a n IR'tiC
defeat suffered on the home course.
mainly thru Williamson's long double ..
Play will start at one o'clock.,
! and added another in the'seven
; In the weekly Women's Tourna-
th on Joe Rutland's triple past the
ment on Tuesday Mrs. F. D. Duff TIRES't ''
right field light pole. With the score.
,! finished :first, even with par, Mrs.
11-5, six ,runs behind, the Firemen,
Lloyd Sparrow second, three down.
came in for their last bat with the
Mrs. Duff and Mrs. Dot Redelsheimer -
ball game apparently hopelessly lo.st.
tied for low putts with sixteen. 1
" Most of the crowd thought so,, and each.WINTER. "1(1'
Before you start on that week-end trip driveJn and let "(
.more ,than half of the fans .had left us put ;l
the-park when Ed Butler: started his ; your car in first class shape We'll fill your radiator, check ;
Z VEGETABLE SEASON your oil, check your tires, clean your windshield and check
; boys on .a merry-go-round with a IX FULL SWING IX GLADES your battery.And there's no charge for these services. Before : 1-? .,.
clean single over short. He beat the
r you drive out, fill your tank with that Good Gulf Gasoline,
: throw to second on Dean's grounder (Continued from page 1) now lubricated and get a FREE Gulf map'to guide you. It < '' '

r' moved to third when. Dart walked' of the fall acreage is planted to will show you where to go and how to go and with your car

r:, filling the bases., Cy: Cruze, --how:that Bountifuls. in perfect shape you'll enjoy going.

,. up the boy with game.can his spank Sparrow second that put three-bagger apple-cleaned a brassie of ,I I will carried If be present 30 out,to plans it 40 appears percent of growers that more there cab-are II) R I V E I 1\1\ T 0 DAY 1 .That'DISTRIBUTOR Good Gulf Gasoline


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