The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00450
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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 24, 1933
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
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System ID: UF00028415:00450
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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r ,HAMMERS KEPT Visiting Diamondball SHORT SPORTSBy Clewiston To Have CLOSE GAMES IN

t: BUSY BECAUSE OF Teams Split EvenWest Jim Beardsley New Movie Theatre WEEK'S DIAMOND

Palm Beach Postoffice team 14 Auburn-Florida 7 Clewiston'is to have a movie of

HOUSE SHORTAGE romped off with an easy win in the 20 Army-Navy 6 it own. A deal is cooking whereby BALL LEAGUE PLAYThere

:. first game of the doubleheader at 0 California-.:-Stanford 0 Mary Hayes Davis, owner and pub-

Kiwanis Field Saturday. Conyers, 7 Chicago-Dartmouth 14 lisher of the Hendry County News, r

Six new homes built and a number visiting pitcher, let the Firemen 20 Duke-N. C. State 0 will put a talkie in the Alston build- must be something about

!r of remodeling and rebuilding jobs down with four hits in the nine 13 Georgia.-Ga. Tech, 7 ing on Francisco avenue. This 'will this Tuesday night play in the local

f mark local preparations to take innings, while' his club combed the 6 Harvard-Yale 0 necessitate raising the roof and udd- Diamondball League that puts the

E care of the great influx of workers offerings of Moore, local twirler, for 7 Iowa-Nebraska 6 ing about 20 feet to the rear old fight in the boys. For the second

Two of twleve hits and an 8-0 decision. With 14 Michigan-Northwestern 0 H. J. Greene's dry goods store will successive Tuesday both games of
[ now coming in to Clewiston.
the new homes that have been built some changes in line-up, the visitorsas 20 Minnesota-Wisconsin 0 open for business about December 1 the doubleheader were decided by

Ponce de Leon Loxahatchee Farms took on the 0 Notre Dame-So. California 21 in the Hopkins building. Mr. Greene one run margins. Those were the
and occupied are on
the Administration Motors in the second game and had 26 Tulane-Sewanee 0 has operated a store in Stuart for final results according to the score
Ave. north of '
building. Art and Jewel Lawrence the tables reversed, being lucky to 13 Ohio State-Illinois 0 many years. Recently he has come book, the Sugar Company rallying

I months score on the two walks and two hits Hey! Hey! Look at that last one! Into the Glades and now runs storesin to beat the Firemen 8-7 and Clewts-
returned from a honeymoon
to move into their pretty five-room they garnered from Montgomery'sfine Everybody else is doing It, so this Moore Haven and Canal Point. I ton Motors putting across one tally -

; bungalow on the corner of Arcade I twirling. The locals hammeredthe is the result of much cogitation in to win an extra inning struggle In

Ave., a most attractive site. Farther j I rock to all parts, getting' 20 hits the Engineers office. The madam the second game, 12-11.

is I for a 21-1 win.EZELLES who is,an Illini, ,can't see it. Neithercan BEAN SHIPMENTS Protest has been, filed with the
up the street (if the Highway
I Ken Fields, who picks Red commission by Ed Butler, managerof
down) Doc and Jamye Ezelle '
Grange's old outfit. He also likes the Firemen, on the result of the
set up housekeeping in their new STILL HEAVY IN
home, distinctive for its arrange I FEATURE Tech over Jojah, Yale to beat Har- first game. Apparently most of the

vard, and Chicago's Maroons againstthe ball players thought the Firemen,
ment and a real fireplace. Both
Green from Hanover. Also Syra- winners by a score of 9-7, and the
homes are of frame construction, THIS SECTIONFall
.. OF THIS WEEK'SDUPLICATE cuse over Columbia, and Carnegieover right field score board had, those
exterior walls of siding, compositionroof
N. Y. U. We reverse these two., figures hung up. The Sugars had
inside walls'smooth plaster
Mentioning Fields and football, as scored two in their half:x"'_of the
finish. Both 'places have two car PLAYScores shipments of beans from
many thousands did last fall, have sixth, however, and when the Fire-
garages. Jesse Tippey was the con- Florida have passed the peak, but
you seen Grange's story in thiweek's ? men failed to get one over in, their
tractor on jobs. In block 412, west 'will continue heavy at the present
....... Sat. Eve. Post? Illustratedwith half of the seventh inning check;
of the Leydig home, three new ,of Monday, Nov. 20th. ,rate unless frosts in the Glades inter- Greene
a shot of Ken going thru of the score sheet showed the
homes have been built in the past fere. Most of the beans -
I' NORTH-SOUTH Average ..........1994 against Pitt last year. are coming shirts in the lead by one run, sq
two months. Fred Hendricksen, carpenter j from the Lake section in Palm Beach
F1eld-Hartsfield ..........................3420 For a town without a team, plentyof they did not go to bat, the gam.9
construction foreman for they county:: and up to the present time,
two Drew-Shelley .....................;........3030 interest in the, collegiate sport. already being in the bag..,. rAfter ,
Sugar Corporation, is living in a :ow prices have limited the move-
Downs-W. Prevatt ....................2770 To mention a few colleges represented both teams had left the
story garage apartment type building nent from this area. Daily loadings
which he is building himself. Exter- V. Owen-McMakin ......................2300 amongst the local citizenry; Ten. the fore part of the week averaged field, sideline arguments began about

ior is of In addition to Lofton-Riviere ............................1730 nessee, Auburn, Army, Alabama the final result and a further auditof
shingle. about
space forty cars, two thirds of the
for two cars on the ground level, a R. Beardsley-W. Owens ............ 660 North Carolina, Florida, Stetson .novement for the previous week, the tally sheet disclosed one ot

sizeable room is available as a work- Thomas-E. 'Prevatt ................... 50 Illinois, Ga. Tech., Georgia, La. State ut 150 cars were on track 'daily in those things that just can't be In a,

EAST-WEST Average2083 Tulane, Miami. ball game. It all came about thi3
shop, and the living quarters of four en principal northern markets a:?:
the second floor. J. W. Ezelle-J. Ezelle ................ 150R. hown way. Butler opened the fourth Inning
rooms are on I by the report of the State
N. and Mrs. Smith ..;............. -930 Ed Butler will give a dollar for i for the Redshlrts by popping
Investigation of repeated rumors- Marketing Bureau. New York Cit)
Hemenway-Hall ........................-1690K. the right answer. His Firemen have out to short. Tarver was safe on
that rent increases were in prospect lone was carrying over half of this
Lawler-Poole ........................-2280 played in four games decided by one : number Sevin's error, and Guthrie singled. '
because ot the acute housing needs, some cars being divertedrom
Als on-M. Lawler ....................-2670 run. ,High School beat''em, 5-4, the? I : this Sevin bobbled another on"Sparrow,
discloses no foundation for the re- market, though the price
Deam-Berner _..........................-2 930 reversed on Motors 12-11, trimmer I and Burkett drove out a hit. Ether-
ports. Authentic information is that iras slightly better and general feeing -
WilliamsHooker4230 Kiwanis 8-7, lost to Sugars, 87. You ton and Dean flied out to retire the,
neither the Clewiston Company nor improoved, early in the week.
Feature of the nights play in the figure it.Early side. The record shows that Guthrie
the Home Building Association, larg- From growers reports, the Divison -
weekly Duplicate Contract Tourna- predictions were that the of scored and that Sparrow and Burkettwere
est owners of rental properties in Crop Estimates of the Dept.f .
ment at the Clewiston Inn was the schoolboys would lead the league left on base. The mystery con
the city, has increased its former f Agriculture estimates the condi- -:
defensive play of Dr. and'Mrs. Ezelle, With BoB Hare and Cob Mooer toss cerns what happened "to 'Tarver
ion of the bean in the state
rentals or has any intention of doingso. crop
who took the contract on only three ing, who will stop the kids? it 67 percent of normal comparedvith Since he preceded Guthrie on base

boards, Nos. 1, 8 and :14, all 'played Watch Uncle Sam's platoon fronr 70 the first of the month, due did he score, or was he retired on

Facing Atlantic Ave., is the new and made by "Doc", playing East, now on. ,Ken Fields and Andy Beery to adverse weather conditions and the bases for the second out, the ..

home of the Schuck family, a pitch- and yet finished the evening's playof have this bunch doing squads right with, 6Q_ percent last-year. ,at,",this side?thereby: getting_four: .outs_,that.,.?, ..,.- "".
roof bungalow of frame construction. :
boards with net above every afternoon-and 25 inning. -
14,, a: score years'experience time. A few beans are moving from
a On adjoining property Mr. Zeigler the average of 2233 points. Content says practice makes a winningball all fall sections in the state that Cruse opened the scoring for the
has under construction large building to let their underbid club. A weeks rest for the
opponents :! or crip- escaped recent frosts. Damage in Redshirts in the first with a Babe
similar in general layout to the overbid doubled for ples should make this outfit hot
they penaltiesbut Marion and Levy counties was limit- Ruth drive to right, but Durrance
;4 Hendricksen place around the core twice each time Friday night. I
: successfully, ed since the crop is about over. The matched this for the Sugars when
nero North on Atlantic and, just off and for the remainder of the session
on of infield
fall crop is also about cleaned up at he scored a pair errors.
Ventura St. employees of the Atlantic
casted to a high scocre on North- Three for the Firemen in the second
Emmett Shelley certainly must Sanford, Winter Garden and Center
Dredging Co. are building a seriesof South errors of judgment and play.A like No. 7 out at the cow pasture. Hill. The East Coast, delayed by and two for the Greens in the third
cabins, six of which are up or
under construction to provide for new team, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. .He captured a little birdie on this heavy rains the, early part of the brought the game to the disputed ,

Smith, took second honors in the one against Ft. Myers, and last Sun- month will be out of the picture fourth with the former in the lead
their the
own housing during periodof
East-West play, 1153 points above day grabbed another. until after the middle of December, 4-3. Guthrie's score ,in that inning
the levee construction work on
which their firm is engaged. For the average. This team undertook six Speaking of practice, Emmett and though heavy plantings are being put the Reds two up. Sparrow's

contracts, several of them bid as Dot Redelsheimer can tell you whatit made there at the present time. juggling act back of first, an infield
E. H. Latham Co., of Columbus,
saves over sure games for North and will do about cutting down the Reports from Rochestetr, centerof error and hits by Sid Crochet and
Ohio, Roy M. Sands, general super-
I South. Only one of these contracts the: New-York state cabbage area, Junior Thomas, three runs scoring,
(Continued on 4)
intendent, has recently taken over i I I page
resulted disastrously, when West was largest in the U. S., early this week put the Greenshirts in front in the
'the entire
building knownas
doubled at four Spades on Board 13, quoted Danish type (for storage), fifth, 6-5. A pair of Infield bobbles
the Hooker
apartments from packing house and and lost 700 points. Smart biddingof MEN APPORTIONED bulk per ton, $35-$37, sacked $39- and Ed Burkett's third straight hit
Charley Miner. The
second floor apartments these close hands was responsiblefor $40, cars f. o. b. usual terms. Salesat chased two over the pan for the

are being the fine score of this couple. these prices indicate a favorable Firemen in their half of the sixth

renovated and refurnished, and the Mrs. Jimmie Hemenway and Hansel FOR U. S. JOBSDr. season for the cabbage crop from and they went in the lead again.
first floor, formerly used as a
I Hall, of West'Palm; Beach were third. Florida, which will begin moving Yenawine, a new recruit who played
tomato packing house has been
On the North-South, side of the around the first of December from a nice game at short for the Sugars
partitioned into to furnish
rooms boards, a team which the previous E. M. L'Engle, State director the earliest acreage at Winetr Gar- opened the last half of the sixth :witha
accomodations for of the
employees week had finished entirely ,alone at of the National Re-employment Bur- den, Palmetto or Plant City. Some single, Sevin got one, and both

Latham Company. bottom staged a remarkable comeback eau, of Jacksonville has been in early fields in the Okeechobee section scored on infield outs to give the

4"' Compelled to vacate by the to lead the night's play. This Clewiston this week. will be ready shortly after the Greenshirted boys the winning mar

,f Latham lease, the Grower's Supply Engineers pair, Lt. Ken Fields and One, of the many details examinedby first. It is interesting to note from gin, 8-7. Bobby Dean got on to open

department of the Clewiston DrugCo. (Continued on page 4) him was a readjustment of the the records of shipments in previous the seventh for the Reds, but was
has taken over the warehouse stranded when the next three flied
that the haeviest movementlast
county apportionment of labor. The years
adjacent to the Clewiston Co.
shopon present system of employment calls year was not from one, of the out.

Industrial Canal, made necessary Hearing On Fishing for the following apportioning of old cabbage sections in the state, but Fielding feature of the game was

alterations, reroofed the building, workers to the various projects: from the Okeechobee area, Palm turned in by Joe Cato, centerfielderfor
and moved in their fertilizer seed Code To Be Held
Atlantic Dredging Co. may recruit Beach County being credited with the Reds, who made a swell div

and feeds. Understanding is that 30 percent from Glades, 70 percent (Continued on page 4) ing catch of McLendon's drive in
later in the year a platform will be
Lakeland, Nov. 23-Prospects that from Hendry; McWilliams, 50 per- the first. Hitting was light, both

constructed from this warehouse to a formal hearing would be held in cent from Hendry, 50 percent from pitchers turning on the heat whenin
the Coast Line track for handling "Vtelatka"Enroute turned in
I the near future on a proposed code Palm Beach; Arundel, 100 percent Dredge trouble. Bob Mitchell

freight. for the fishing industry was seen from Palm Beach; Latham, 35 per- his best'game yet, allowing only

There being a much greater I today by Congressman J. Hardin cent from Hendry, 65 percent from To LakeMoore eight hits, three of which went ,to

demand for housing accomodations I Peterson in word from Washingtonthat Palm Beach; Thomason, subagentfor Ed Burkett. Cy Cruse also workeda

than for stores, the Clewiston HomeBuilding everything possible was being W. W. Wanamaker Co., 50 per- good game, fanning four, givingup

Association which recently' done to rush consideration. Mr.I cent from Glades, 16 percent from ( Haven Democrat) but seven hits and no free ticketsto

acquired the former Hay building i Peterson has taken an active part in Hendry, 34 percent from Palm The government engineers 20-inch first.

on Francisco street,-has had a large I' urging speedy action on this code, Beach. hydraulic dredge, "Welatka", arrived Score by innings, first game:

carpenter crew at work the, past two which affects one of the three larg- The companies are permitted to in Fort Pierce from Jackson- RHE
ville on Saturday of last week andis 78B
weeks rearranging the apartments est industries in Florida. A letter bring in their own men for the Fire Dept. 1301020

on the second floor, and putting par- from R. H. Fielder, chief of the administrative and supervisory posi- being overhauled preparatory to Sugar Corp. 102032x 875
titions in the storerooms on the being moved here to begin work on first inning of the second
fisheries section of the Agricultural tions. Bruce Kitchell, in charge of The
street level to ,convert them into Adjustment Administration, states Palm 'Beach County relief, conferred the south end of the Spadaro con- game looked like another of those

; living quarters. Most of the glass that "everything possible is being with Dr. L'Engle on Wednesday. tract, taking the place of Capt. BenJohnson's has famous slugging bees, when a com-
fronts have been replaced with frame done to push this code through the W. P. Arledge and' R. B. Waldronof "Culebra" bination of slow outfieldlng and
; for the degree of privacy. moved out to begin work on one the Clewlston Motors team
necessary formal hearing and obtain the signa- the local Re-employment office hits put
The 'Association has also recently re- ture and approval of the presidentas declared the projects under way near the projects on the east side of the three up on the Kiwanis outfit. The.

roofed several of the homes which we appreciate the difficulties Clewiston will require a $2500 lake. oldtimers, who usually strut their

fit; it owns, and made many minor repairs which exist because of the unsettled monthly pay roll as soon as work Lieut. L. N. Hemmingway, in a stuff in the first inning, came back

t -J on porches, windows and floors status." progresses. On Tuesday of this week statement from the government eng- with five runs on four hits and a

a W. C. Owen has been in charge of Congressman Peterson is watch- 32 men were put to work, 16 of ineer's office in Clewiston this morn- brace of infield bobbles. A couple of

the work. ing the situation closely in connec- these went to the State Road work ing said that the time of arrival hits got two runs for the Motorsin

club house"will' tion with the filled was indefinite as the wide width of their half of the second to tie
The golf course D e proposed fishing code, out of LaBelle. 30 jobs were
.' completed shortly, and will be a dis- and has promised every effort to last week. the dredge will make it difficult, if the score. Sias and Bo Nail each got

tinct addition to the facilities for the have action expedited. The industryis On Saturday the Reemploymentoffice not Impossible to move it through bingles for the Kiwanians in their

Of frame in confused the St. Lucie Canal. It is not known half, but were thrown out on the
enjoyment of the game. a condition, he pointed had 368 applications on file,

construction, its principal feature out, both, the common fishermanand 147 of which were negroes. The what arrangements have been made bases. Motors went ahead in the

is the full length screened porch on the wholesaler being unwilling greatest call at present is for semi- with the Spadaro Dredging Companybut third, when Beardsley, trying his

f the which will to take constructive the dredge 'will be operated by hand on the mound for the Blues,
west side, give an any steps until skilled and skilled labor. 100 drag

excellent view of the course, and I the new rules and regulations have line operators alone will be at work the government and it is probable lost control and walked a couple, to

(Continued on page 4)I I I been formulated and put into effect. soon, (Continued on page 4) (Continued on page 4)




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ing Tampa with St. Petersburg, by I old myth exploded and placed in"' '.!

The Clewiston News actual count, shows a much larger the discard where it has always :

Published every Friday in Clewiston, II TOO LATE TO (I BY number of out-of-state cars than on belonged.-Winter Haven Chief.: .

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, RUSSELL KAY a corresponding date a year ago.

Inc. I CLASSF Y Due to the upset condition in ,"Dear Editor," wrote the anxious :

Cuba, much of the tourist trade en- correspondent, "I am in love with ,"I

joyed by Havana will come to Flor- a very homely girl, while a very .
Entered as second class matter Maybe Dave wasn't a politician about that, but- ida this winter. In anticipation of pretty girl with lots 'of money wants :

f February 1,- 1927, at the Post Officeat when he took office, but he's learneda I do know that Governor Sholtz this, operators of Florida's better me to marry her. What shall I do?" 'I .

Clewiston, Florida,. under the Act lot about it since 'he's been in is faced with much more importantand hotels are making efforts to provide The editor replied: '"By all means '.-:

of March 3, 1897. Tallahassee. During the recent Har- serious problems than this to service and entertainment of the marry the one you love and send ". .x;

die hearing he found out about af- decide at the moment, and if it highest type.Already me the name and address of the a

fidavits. should be disclosed that his valuable other one.-Pathfinder. : :
A devoted to the ,best Miami, St. Petersburg,
First he ,receives a flock of sworn time and attention has been divertedat '
Interests of Hendry county, Florida Tampa and other larger cities report
to the effect that the MUSTA
statements this critical hour, by means of BEEN WELSH! + ,
It's leading newspaper. more out-of-state people than usual.
Sheriff of Dade County is the biggest false affidavits and misleading information -

so and so that ever such and suched. somebody ought to be A review of state papers shows that The famous Indian fighter's experience .'

Then along came another group of called up on the carpet and given our smaller communities are like- in the Old West were many. '

Subscription rate, per ,'ear.$2.00 noble citizens who stand up on their the works.It wise feeling the effects of the Flor- Among them was an escape from \. :

Outside of State of Florida2.50 hind legs and swear without battin'o might take a little time and ida trend. Some, towns already report death in a blizzard on the plains "
much lid that Mr. Har- a housing shortage. Hotels and inside the ij
: .as an eye when he crawled carcassof '
little to
lie is kind, sound, gentle and city- to effort the and bottom cost of a it, but money if it would get restaurants have noted a sharp' busi- a freshly killed bqfzlohomgsar- :/ : :

!roke all statements to the ness pick up, with a steady increase Associated Press ;
contrary grvbwkss.- copy. ,
: ;
Business Office, Clewiston News: serve to put a stop to this obnoxious .
Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and lotwithstanding.. \ affidavit racket, the time and money expected as motor tourists continueto Who's afraid of the big bad bqfzlo- ,..:',-it::
And while the Governor must of swarm into the state. homgsargrvbkwkss? Kansas City : ;5
Advertising since the
same. would be well spent, and .
necessity arrive at the logical con Governor has been annoyed with it Realizing that many of these Star. '. \,'.,
visitors are making their first visit ..f
clusion that somebody Is a cockeyedliar anyhow maybe this dilemma will :' '

SMALL TOWN STUFF how is he goin' to decide who? cause him to do some first class whip to Florida, and that their reactions I BUT DID HE KICK IT? : j

It's a tough spot for the Chief Exec crackin' in an' effort to avoid future will have a great deal to do with .' .. ..;.j
"What is the small town?" Some- utive, but it's politics. imposition.A whether or not they return, a move- Little Horace-"Uncle George, I'm : ;.'... 1

one has said that it is a place where Now days it's possible to get af- wouldn't of ment has been started to curb any going to bring'my little bucket and ,'":'{

everybody isn't three months behindon fidavits anywhere, anytime, from good politician attempts to advance hotel and restaurant let you kick it." >: ... ;

their instalments, where 'the offices anybody about anybody, good, 'bad course, it would be a sort of breachof rates beyond a reasonable Uncle George-"What in the ;.;Yi::'s"'J

are filled with native born :or indifferent. Bearing political false ethics, But a lot of folks'are still point. world is that for?" "= 1

Americans, where the wild life which witness is such a common practicehat hoping that Dave is not a good politician The 1933-34 tourist crop will release Little Hroace-"Why, I heard -. ,::'.

stays out all night belongs to the nobody' pays any'attention to it, and they're downright inter- millions of dollars in Florida. ,daddy say that we would get a lot -
ested in what he intends to do.
cat family where the way of the ither than those directly concerned.This Dollars that will circulate through of money when you kicked the
transgressor is hard, where the traf' affidavit racket isn't new Another great American sport islignin' all business channels. The effect bucket."Exchange.

fie cop calls you "Bill" instead of For a long time It's been worked to petitions. If there's anything should be noticeably felt in Increased :,

"Hey, you!," where the editor gets -he limit both in political campaign, easier to get' than a name on a peti- state from the C' ,

results if he announces that he is tnd in fights for removal of public tion-any petition-it's two names. gas and revenue beverage, especially taxes. ............................................................................. ...... 'i"(- :
out of potatoes and where peoplecan Nobody ever reads one of the darn
officials from office. About the only
A in Florida is
few folks stop to tendency to Invest
tell all about one another by 'hing a lot of ,these affidavits proves things, and even
being shown by early comers. Local
isk what It's about. When Mrs. '
seeing the family wash out on the .
that somebody is a liar, but the <-
line. Woofenpuff of the Busybody. Club brokers report a steady increase' in Good FarmLand : :
roof rests with the state. I : --.f
anklln' along, 'we sign with the number of people looking for. ; :
He might have added that the In Tampa we've had some of the comes _
out question and the same when business opportunities here. Rentalsof
small town is the place where, the prettiest affidavits you ever saw, also : .::
Colonel Hoosit drags out his roll of. homes and business locations
leaders of the city world are. bred ;signed by people who never existed. : :;;
and hands pencil. show a pick up and, in many :;
foolscap up a I
and groomed. A list (the big mer Again we've had 'em proven forgeries Instances sales are being made. '

born in small towns would. take UF and then had to get another affidavit If we could Just pass some kindof

too much space but. Woolworth? from the guy who was supposed to a Petition Tax in this country THAT PREACHERS' KIDS' CLUB for Rent ;
Doherty, Chrysler, Ford: Eastman, have signed the first' one, stating that would require the payment of a ,

Edison, the Wright brothers, Whit hat he didn't. Oh, it's a great' little dollar for the privilege of affixin'

ney, McCormick, Franklin, Fulton same, more' fun than jig-saw or your name to one of 'em, it would The sons and daughters of minis- .. .' '
ters at Southern college, Lakeland :
Morse and Lindbergh are but a fen :::ross-word 'puzzles. either bring in enough to pay off the .
have formed a Preachers Kids club. ( ".>
of the well known names .of smal1 Sheriff Hardie may be the victimf national debt or develop the greatest ;""I.. ..,.<
There are about 30 names in the'list.They '
town people who went. to the' big political enemies. The charges epidemic of writers cramp the coun- : l
are. among the outstanding :. ;
city: and taught it things it did nol igainst him may all be framed up, try has ever known. Anyhow there'san ;
students in the and
know. ir on the other hand he may be as idea for the, next legislature.Sign ,

ualfeasant and as misfeasant and Here ...............................__......... it may seem to some, none of TrespassersWill
Will Rogers, Ruddy Valee, Amof them have been in jail or been pick- :: ;
and weak 'minded as, some of these affidavits .................n....._............... J
Andy, Cal Coolidge and President ed 'up drunk on the highway. In Be
allege, I don't know anythingto -.......................................
Roosevelt are others: born am"bred short, they are normal young men ;3

in the small town and broughtup and! women.. who.. are an honor.. to. ProsecutedThe ..:..
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on "small town stuff,"- whatever the parsonages from whence they -
follow Him-the courage to 'sail heaTY travel on both railway and bus ,
that is. come, and give the lie to the hoary, 1
'nto the grafters. at the temple. and lines, .it is expected that the largest ,
Al Capone was a city bred man old legend that "Preachers' kids are
Irive them out. number of winter visitors will come .
: 'j
always Reminds us that if
Why does fifty per cent of America
leader tnese of the
To such a men in their
own cars.
which constitutes the'small towr one wants to land in "Who's Whoin
jpen air seemed to respond. Certainly A recent check of the number of America," he had better have a
area, produce ninety-five cent ol
'bus'iness that He
its leaders? What is there about this l the teachings tourist cars entering the state at this preacher for a dad, for there are .
save offer real guidance to the active
70 times li
small town stuff which.breeds states time over main highways show a as many ministers' childrenin
lien of today. It is a fine thing for that celebrated volume in
men, inventors, showmen, merchant heavy increase over last year at the propor-
men to meet; outside, and renew demotion -
tion to the .total number than
princes and industrial magnates? to this type of" religious lead- same date, and the number is rapidly represented by any other profession.That are. I I ClewistonCompany :

Perhaps It is because in the small rship.-Florida Grower. increasing. Already our state high-
doesn't sound as though the
town there is a peace which enable ways are flooded with cars bearing ,
boys and girls from the parsonages, : :';
a man to have leisure to think,thingsout. foreign license tags. Tourist camps
He doesn't have to spend halfa FLORIDA FACING BRIGHTEST and hotels report a substantial increase pastoriums, manses and rectories of

day getting to his office 'and home TOURIST PROSPECTS IN YEARS in business over last year. the land are 'bad' or a disgrace to .

: . . . '"J"
again, and almost as much time get Traffic over Gandy Bridge connect their fathers' holy calling. Another 1.N....N.11.N.N.......N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.M.N.N.N. r .
By Russell Kay :
ting to tHe
golf course for a bit of

recreation. He is close to people and Tampa, Nov. 23FNSEarlyn ) I "

close to his job. He has time to lister : the summer evidence of an unus- I.. :. >
.i' i.
and is not aally good tourist season for Florida
carried off his feet b}

passing fads, economic brain: storms his' winter began to be sensed by a I An Attractive Clewiston Home = n i.: ',:
or mass psychclogy.-ltoe: Fulkerson hose in touch with the situation. : ,
in Kiwanis Mag. Floridians-returning from trips to :;: :S;: :;: :

Let us hope that Clewiston will other sections of the country reported : We Helped Build _

eternally keep its small town enthusiasm Beater interest in Florida than at a H

and optimism, its smal :ny time since 1929. This interest AA

town thoughtfulness and clean-mind was not limited to any particular .. .t. ff
.:. .to .t' .t '
edness. Let ection but was encountered everywhere '
us pray to retain the .t' 'to :r
throughout the north east .. .to .yy. .
title ,
proud of "small.town" and hopeto .t. .t. t t 0 ;;:.<0:;;'' '
live up to the traditions of the and even in the west and southwest. .t. .t. ..t.. '.to. ,a-:' '
.:. .t. .
small town people who have for Florida's magnificent exhibit at .t' ..

generations led the world ,in ever the Century of Proogress attracted .ff. .t. .t.t'F '. '. ",

hundreds of thousands of .
many xx .
I :t: :t: .
DEVOTIOX '.' whom definitely stated to Fair officials ii. : .;. f

that they would visit Florida I yy
Recently I had the privilege accepting this winter. Names of thousands, who .. : .. .
.5. ; ;0
at the information. desk .to .. ..
an invitation from a, group. registered A
of men who were meeting for a few were forwarded to various chambersof )1 if
days at a camp in the woods. They commerce in the state and a bar- yy y

were all farmers-:':'producers of m'al1) rage of Florida literature and information .A. .. .t'yy.t'

kinds of the material,that oes ,into has been sent to them. I .;. .;. .YY.

the human stomach.:-:..tnetu who deliver Travel and tourist bureaus I 't' .to .t' .t'toI

to the market the stuff that throughout the north- all report I, ..t.t.. .'to.zO. ..t.. 't.
keeps up the steam' "in the human amazing interest in Florida. Motor .t' '..

machine. clubs and American Automobile Association 3 y v

They had shod meetings at which officials state that requestsfor yy yy A A

they discussed their problems. They routings to Florida and touring yy

had informal talks among themselvesand nuforniation relative to this state VV yy A A

they played games together. On are in greater demand today than at .vy.- ff
; .. .
Sunday morning they had a short devotional any time since the boom. vv i 0

service that was one of the Officials of the Florida Motor yy. .. .t. .A.t' '

most impressive I have ever attended. Lines, after a check-up of their bureaus .YV. ..
They sat on the ground on the high- I and ticket offices in other ff AA J.J. -

est point in tho woods, sang a-few : states, were so impressed by the prospects VY Vy

songs, listened to a short reading that they immediately began Vy
from the Bible, a short yy a L t ,
prayer anda making plans for extensive Improvement VY

short talk that took the place of in their service, addition of a V ? ..W IS. '
a sermon.In yy F
fleet ,
of new busses, and rearrange- YY AA
this talk the speaker emphasized ment of schedules to care for this YY YY A Y 'B UR

Christian leadership the real religion.,of two-hsted the Instead Founder, red-blooded of the of soft the share increased The, railroads appealed business., alert to the to obtain'- Inter-State their :U_: _: We Can Help You To Own A Home ::1 U f

and shiinking figure so. generally Commerce commission for permissionto

depicted, Christ was portrayed ,as a lower rates. In consequence tourists n Clewiston

man of muscle, a sun-bronzed, mag- find that they may visit Florida Home Building Association II
netic [
personality. This must have this winter and enjoy the lowest

been the case because Ho had the transportation rates In .. .f.
power to call years .!- .!- f .f"
men from their work While every Indication points! toe .r: r

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The Mutrur, Sevins, and Roder- Bureau of Chemistry and Soils. In I II For I have much
I people in this city.ni
I Mention I iguez went sightseeing in Miami last his absence, which' is expected to un )a p cbooIIi i And about that time Silas and Timothy -

week-end. cover a period of one year, Dr. A. I arrived to aid him. ..They continued -

Daane, agronomist, will be in chargeof i : in Corinth a year and six months

Interest in bridge is increasing at the Glades Station, accoording to tenson 'and founded a prosperous Christian

C. L. Downs motored to Miami the Barracks. Two or three tablesare an announcement by Dr. Wilmon Church.At .

:'Sunday. in progress every evening.Mr. Newell, director of the State Experi- I
Corinth the "Jews made insurrection :'
ment Station. Dr. Allison left for his :NOVEMBER 2G, 1033 .
with one accord against
The Garden Club met Thursday and Mrs. Joe Godfrey and Mrs. Washington assignment this week. and Paul
brought him to the judgment
with Mrs. J. P. Percy. Godfrey's sister and mother, 'Mrs. Erosion work is being given intensive SUBJECT: Paul in Corinth. Seat", Before Gallic the 'Roman Gov .
McIntosh, are now living at the Barracks L-
consideration as one means of GOLDEN TEXT: "For I determined ernor. Galllo dismissed their charges. -

Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer is visit- Apartments.Mr. conserving the natural resources of not to know any thing among Acts 18: 17, says "Then all the

ing her mother in Miami this week. the country, Dr. Newell says, and Greeks took Sosthenes, the chief ruler
and Mrs. you save Jesus! Christ, and him
O. P. McArthur and this Is of the ; cruci-
one most
important of the synagogue, ,and beat him
Mr. and Mrs. ,Bullon of fied." 1 Cor.
High Springs 2:2.:
lines of conservation work to which before the "
f Mr. and Mrs. Bruce ,Kitchell of Judgment 'Seat.
"West Palm Beach were here Wednes- have moved to the Barracks Apart- the government is giving attention.Dr. LESSON TEXT: 1 Corinthians 1: Of this conduct Peloubet's S. S.
ments for the crop season.E. Allison is fitted 10-18, 2: 15.INTRODUCTION.
peculiarly by .
day. ..
notes says. "Thereupon Paul's Gen '..
and training and experience to head this : Paul 'I tile friends seized
Sosthenes, the
H. Dodson E.
G. Sparks
I Important work, Dr. Newell added. Corinth from Athens where he had ruler of the
Bob Hancock former who had
deputy sher synagogue pro-
spent Sunday touring the lake towns, I
It is estimated that millions of preached, but '
acres failed a'
.. establish bably succeeded
Ire, renewed acquaintances here this Cripus and who was
Canal Point, Pahokee and Belle
of land in the United church.
States be- He
are was discouraged
by that (Continued
week. on page 4)
Glade where they were' entertainedby ing made unfit for agriculturat'pro- failure. Silas and Timothy (Paul's

Dr. Wm. Buck. duction ,as a result of erosion.Dr. helpers) were left in Macedonia
Miss Eva Mae Green visited her I;
Allison takes the temporary when Paul went from Berea to Athens LOST
aunt, Mrs. Florence Ryan in Moore Dr. O. F. Schiffli went to West
assignment to head the soil erosion and when he went to. Corinth
Haven, Sunday., Palm Beach to
Sunday see his wife
work in the Bureau of Chemistry and Paul was alone, and greatly depressed. LIBERAL REWARD for the return
and baby son. He reports they are
Soils in place of Hugh H. Bennett, I ,of TIN, a pointer; white with. large
Robt. George ,who is working in both doing well and will be home I
who has been loaned by the Bureau About this time
he also heard that brown
Pahokee scent the week-end with soon. I spots; scar on left side- and
to the Department' the Interior I the church he -l I
to established at: Thoc: > lame in left fore REED
his leg. B. E. ,
family. I supervise the soil erosion work being lonica was divided into factions, ;rid "
Mrs. EL. Stewart took the Girl II pd.

s I ,
done under a five..million dollar ap- undergoing great persecutions.
Cecil Parkinson's brother, H. F. Scouts to the Caloosahatchee Sundayfor propriation by the Public -Works Corinth -...
a hash dinner. The was a city of 400,000 people -
,Parkinson of Alva, visited him squaw girls Fund.
Wednesday. were Betty and Roberta Spicer, Billle situated 'about 50 miles west of Watches Clocks, Jewelry '

Hooker, Peggy Gallant, MargaretVon Athens, on the strip of land, about I Jewelry Repairing t| ,_

Mach, and Julia Ann Oglesby.To 4 miles wide, separating the North
Louise Waldron ,spent a few daysIn SCHOOL NEWS ern and Southern parts of Greece. At W. H., MERRITT '

Pahokee as the guest of Mr. and r that time all goods
passing between
prove they were good losers WATCHMAKER & JEWELER '
Mrs. L. L. Shirley. Italy and Asia had to be
the Girls' Sunday School class I
Bobby Hare and Ed Ward
attended Rear
across that or
- narrow neck of land, and
party Wednesday night for the .
A caller here Monday was Prof.R. Boys' class at the Scout House. The the movies 'in Belle Glade Sunday while: the ships were being unloadedand Clewiston Drug. Company

N. Lobdel of the Experiment Station boys won the attendance contest nite.Mr. reloaded the sailors from the CLEWISTON FLORIDAP.
in Belle Glade. Langford has returned and is ships would be turned loose in Cor-
held at
recently the Community .
a Box 521
T Church Sunday School. as pleased as punch with his black inth with all their dissipation and

W. H. Merritt, local watchmaker, I haired, blue eyed boy. profligacy, which were, "promotedby We Are Here To Stay"
Betty Spicer, Buck Compton, Eve- the
,temple Venus.in whose
spent the first of the week in Tampa Local hunters are, enjoying the ser-
lyn Hare and Albert
'Hackett attended vice
were than
with his wife and small son. opening of the season. Lt. N. L. more a thousand

Hemenway, W.' S. Cowart, Troy Pur- the nite.movies in Belle Glade Tues- priestessess who were ,nothing but .:--:tHHfy.ify ?*ill.:.:..:.:-"",..".. ) :" )

The W. C. Hookers have moved to year and Lt. Geo. Kumpe spent day Courtesans": (Peloubet). While Corinth -
The S. S. S. Club ,held a meetingat rich
was it then
very was
the home owned Viola several pro
by Mrs. S. days after turkeys in the :
the Clewiston Drug Co., Wednes- bably the most wicked SPECIALSueyDinners
city in, the
Bennett in Hooker's Point. Big Cypress aera. Gus McGehee andE. day nite.

L. Stewart did their hunting near world. ')
Mae Lily Stone, R. J. Lee, Annie I u
Launita Roberts, Mary Bush, Grat- Sam Jones old town. When Paul came there he found
ton George and Glenn Etherton went Mathis and Terrel Lee attended the Aquila and his wife Priscilla, Jews Chop ,

to West Palm Beach,. Sunday. Friends from Cuba spent Tuesday movies in Belle Glade Sunday nite. who had been expelled from, Rome. delicious
Roberta George motored to West in
They were tentmakers and formed
with H. J. B. Scharnberg inspectingthe I a
Mrs. C. F. Trainer and baby sugar mill. The party Includedthe j Beach Wednesday afternoon. partnership with Paul who lived ORIENTAL STYLE

daughter, Barbara Ann, are now at editor of the Times of Cuba, Hookie Avant went hunting the with them, and they greatly aided "

home in the Schult Apartments. Mr. O'Brien; Mr. Hughes, owner of the other wild morning tale that and somebody came back nearly with thus him in his religious work. While TUESDAY and FRIDAY NIGHTS ;
depressed and discouraged the
Centrale Solidad Mr. McKenzie
; ,
"' shot him. Pity they didn't! Nicegoin' Lord appeared to him (Acts 18 9-
Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Furgess attended director, and Mr. Symes, chief chemist :
the meetings of, Presbyteryand I of Centrale Solidad. Doctor. 10). "Then spake the Lord to Paul WATANABE HOTEL

Synod in Winter Haven this Coburn Moore and Ed Clark in the night by a vision, Be'uot

week. A delightful bridge party was motored to South Bay Tuesday after- afraid, but speak, and hold not thy Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Prop

noon on business peace: "For I am with thee, and no
given Wednesday afternoon Mrs.
has Ed Ward and Bobby Hare attended I man shall set on thee to hurt thee: .:":":":":":":":":":":":":--:00--:":":":":":":":":":'
R. C. Dodson arrived to be Clyde Byrd at the home of Mrs.
the movies in Belle Glade Tues-
with the E. H.' Latham Co. His H. J. B. Scharnberg. Bridge guests day nite.

family from-Columbus: 0., will soon' included Mrs. E. P. Mutrux\ Mrs. F.
Lily Meryl Wynn motored to Palm
join him. Roderiguez, Mrs. P. Sevin, 'Mrs. C. Beach Saturday.

Downs, Mrs. N. L. Hemenway, Mrs.
'1- Paul Deam and his daughter r, W. C. ,Prevatt, Mrs. J. P. Percy, Mrs.F. Betty Spicer'and Van Bush attended -
the movies in Belle Glade Wint A Home ?
: '- Sunday -
I Kathryn, visited some more of the D. Duff, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. nite. -

Deams in West Palm Beach last R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. Harry Vaughn,
Mary Bush and Glenn Etherton
week-end. Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Jr., Mrs. W. C. I
motored to the movies in Belle
Hooker, Mrs. F. Hill, Mrs. H. J. B: I I.Glade Sunday afternoon.. We'll Show You How To '
Scout Executive Kight of Fort Scharnberg, Mrs. W. Worth, Mrs. :
Mrs. Stewart, Betty Spicer, Peggy
Myers will hold Court of Honor at H. R. Hall, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs.D. .
Gallant, Roberta Spicer Julia Ann
the Scout House Wednesday, the G. Alston and Mrs. C. E. Miner. Own Your Own '
Oglesby, Billle Hooker and Margaret A
29th, at 7:30. Tea guests were Miss Elizabeth
Von Mach spent Sunday afternoon .
West, 'Miss Gertrude Balasok, Miss '
fishing at I ,
Clay Pit. Those fish were
Mr., and Mrs. Ted Effting and son Vilma Rhodes and Miss Mae Drew. -- r
at least three inches long.
spent Sunday in West Palm Beach Jii3iA1iIEYLicensed : .
Halson Avant, Roberta George, -
with Mrs. Efftlng's parents, Mr. and The younger set enjoyed a party
Betty Spicer and Milton Deam attended -
Mrs. H. Mitchell. Tuesday afternoon in honor of Ann
the movies in Belle Glade
Pafford's eighth birthday. The'chlld- Monday nite. Real Estate Broker

Capt. and Mrs. J. D. Morrison and ren included Walter Vaughn, Carl-

little granddaughter, Susie Mae, of ene Berner, Eddie Lewis, Elizabeth
Port Arthur, Texas, are now livingat :Winn, Margaret and Sue Von Mach, DIAMOND BALL]

the Watanabe. Grace Ward, Bobbie Spicer, Junior By Ed Clark

\ Mills,,John oole_ Carolyn.McDonald, ----- .................. ...... ...... ................ .. .... : -
The school walked ..: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :":'':+-:":":":": :":": :":": :": :". : :-'": :<(..
Among the duck hunters here to Gloria and Betty McDuffie, Jo Ann away with an- : '

open the season were Hansel Hall, Crouch, Runnell McGhee, Mary other victory last Friday night and y fI

,\ T. C. Clark, Herschel A. Auxier and Louise Thomas, Millie ,Bourne and the Kiwanis was the victim. The

., p--.F,. T. Flury, of West Palm Beach. Ann',Pafford. of Clewiston, and Josephine final score was 25 to 10. The school

and Billy DIggs and Phyllis has yet to lose a game. Bob Hare p I DRINK MilK FOR I

Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Carrington, Flanders of Moore Haven. Mrs: Paf- pitched, a good game but did not

their daughter Betty Carrington and ford was assisted In entertaining by receive good support. Coburn Moore

Jas. A. Bailey spent Sunday here. Mrs. ,Carl Berner and Mrs. W. C. got two home runs which makes him A

The Carringtons were on their Way I, Prevatt.:; .' three this season. 'i

to their home in Orlando 'after a Ed Clark got three hits out of five I HEALTH i iy

visit in Miami. MUNICIPAL COURT j 51W. I times to bat which wrings his average -

up to .616. Richard Bestor went

Saturday, John Mowry was calledto "0. Gaster-was-fined $25 and into the game in the fourth inning to :x yx :

Granite' City,. 111., by the serious costs in Justice' Court Monday for take Charles Roberts' place at short .i. ..s.A .

illness of Mrs. Mowry's mother, Mrs. improper exhibition of firearms. field; he was at bat twice and got A

Gonterman. Mr. Mowry turned his one hit. _:;: Get Your Milk and Milk is:

rose garden over to the Beardsleys Hooky Avant has been doing some ..
P.-T. A. MEETINGThe !: .s.

during his absence. treasurer of ,the P.-T. A. never good catching.steal." Merrel His Lowe motto caught is "they Bo _=i= Products from a First Class, _=i i.s. =

Enjoying tea at the home of Mrs.F. Nail asleep and stole home in the ..
gave tho members a shock at their
D. Duff on Monday were Mrs. sixth inning. The school will have -,
meeting Saturday night by reportinga Farm. I.y I.
Glenn Sears, Mrs. H. Kolstad, Mrs.J. balance of over a hundred dollarsin to do some good playing to heat Sanitary Dairy

W. Ezelle, Mrs. Tom Shelley, Mrs. the Engineers in Friday night's
the bank. This amount was immediately '
H. A. Bestor, Mrs. M.' W. Bigg, Mrs.R. game; the Engineers have a hard
reduced to more normal
Y. Patterson, Mrs. F. M. Wright, I hitting bunch.
proportions by a: vote to pay in full Two miles west of town. .
Mrs. Fred Hill and Mrs. W. C. Owen.A ;
for Compton's Pictured Encyclopedia x X

ordered at the close of last school GOLF .:. O!.
number of little folks helped
A .
made by the twelve kindergartenyear.
Betty Jean McDuffie celebrate her The hit of the The Tuesday ,Tournament was a
program was
sixth birthday. Junior Mills and children who danced the minuet in sealed 5 hole variety: The pro drew i Early morning delivery to '

Nora Oglesby won the prizes in the Colonial costume." 5 numbers from a hat and only the

games. Mrs. Hansel McDuffie was score on those holes counted. Mrs.J. .
:: assisted by Mrs. M. Crouch and Miss : T. Remagen won with 23 and Mrs.H. your ,
:Mae Drew in serving ice cream and TO -A. Bestor made 25. Mrs.. Lloyd f.

birthday cake to Ann Pafford, Carl-: HEAD FEDERAL STUDIESON Sparrow, Mrs. W. C. Owen, and Mrs. f
ene and Bobby Berner, Peggy Law- ,EROSION OF SOILS Fred Hill also competed. y xi

ler, Grace. Ward, Jo Ann Crouch, The Clewiston Drug Company has =:2 i= DAIRY COMPANY fY

Mary: Louise Thomas, Nora Oglesby,, Gainesville, Fla.-Dr. R. V. Alli- donated a prize for the woman mak- '

Virginia Waldron, Millie Bourne, son, soils specialist in charge of the ing the lowest number of putts in l

; -' ,Gloria McDuffie, Billy Redelsheimer, Everglades 'Experiment Station at four out of the last six weekly tour- X _

Jimmy Butler, John Poole, Junior Belle Glade, has been drafted by the naments. The award will be madeat :;%: Phone 333 2 2c :

Mills, Sonny Boy Vaughn, Martin United States Department of Agricul- the close of, next Tuesday's round. i'v q f

,, Waldron, Sue Von Mach and An- ture to head temporarily the workon Sunday's Inter-city golf match has I ...: :-:..:..:--:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:.: :..:.-:..:-:. ..X'<..X":..x":x--x* ..x"r.* X':+j

thony Toulte. soil erosion being done by the been postponed to Dec 10.




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n :' EXGIXEERS BREAK INTO third, scored well enough to enable Montgomery shaded his opponent in j i and overhauling ot the big dredge our Infirmatles, even when trying to
WIN COLUMN; HIGH SCHOOL the latter: to hold his lead in the the matter of control, giving up only there: serve the Lord.

TAKES FOURTH STRAIGHT tournament standings to date. Play one walk. Rabbit Avant wielded the 'I The big 20-inch suction dredge On a later missionary tour Paul

.. continues at eight o'clock each Mon- big stick, getting four safe ones for Welatka, pride of the United States was in the City of Ephesus for probably -
Last Friday's diamond ball double- day night at the Clewiston Inn. the Kellys. Dave Alston scored three I engineers department, docked in the two years and there wrote his

header saw Uncle Sam's boys take Standings to date (six sessions) times to spark plug the Blues. I local harbor Sataurday morning fora I letters to the Church of Corinth

their first game. Fields and Beery NORTHSOUTHW. The sccore by innings, second week's stay while the craft is from which (as printed In todays lesson -

j have had the transit toters practic- C. Prevatt ............................1091 game: I being "unboxed" preparatory to continuing ) we quote.

ing daily and the addition of Liddell J. V. Lofton ................................ 911 12345678 R H E i its journey to Moore Haven, "Now I beseech you brethern, by

and Fields will make this outfit Art Shea ...........0000..0000..__........ 615 Clew. Motors 32100321 12146 where It is going for at least a year's the name of our Lord Jesus Christ,

dangerous in the future. They W. C. Owen ................................ 585 Kiwanis 50002130 1115 stay while constructing a huge levee that ye all sppak the same thing, and

demonstrated their new power when Viola Owen ................................ 525 between that place and Clewiston.The that there be no divisions among

they tromped on the Firemen in the R. Beardsley .............................. 404 DIAMOXDBALL LEAGUE Welatka came here from you: but that ye be perfectly joined ..:'.-
first game, 19-13, setting a record W. Redelsheimer ........................ 379 STANDING Jacksonville. Prior to leaving that together in the same mind and in ,/"" "'t

for Kiwanis Field for runs scored D. Redelsheimer ........................ 208J. place it had been tightly boxed with the same Judgment. Now this I say

with nine in the fourth inn'ing.In Hemenway ............................ 197E. Games to Nov. 21st. two-Inch timbers preparatory to a that every one of you saith, I am of

the second game the school Shelley ................,...-............ 193 Won Lost Pct. sea voyage to Norfolk, Va., but its Paul; and I of Apollos; and I of

boys gave notice to any doubters Mae Drew .................................. 160J. High School ................4 0 1.000 j orders were suddenly changed, and Cephas; and I of Christ: Is Christ

that this newly popular game of Riviere .................................... -37 Clew. Motors ....._........3 2 .600 the craft was ordered to Moore : devlded? was Paul crucified for ycu?

diamond ball is a fast game and L. Downs .................................. -55 Fire Dept, ....................2 3 .400 Haven instead. The timbers are being ,I or were ye baptized in the name of

fitted to youth's speed and tempera- Hartsfield .................................. -132 Kiwanis ......................2 3 .400 removed In order to lighten it Paul? For Christ sent me not to bap-

ment. What they did to the Kiwan- E. Prevatt ......................__........ -268A. Sugar Corp ................2 3 .400 for the trip up the St. Lucle canal. tize, but to preach the gospel; not

ians, who spotted them about 20 Thomas ................................-1205 Engineers ............,.......1 3 .250 I It arrived here drawing eight feet with wisdom of words, lest the cross
:years, is pitiful to relate: Lefty EAST-WEST of water, but removal of the timbers of Christ should be made of none ef-

Moore's gang chased over 18 runs K. Lawler ...............:.................... 747 SHORT SPORTS will lighten the craft to seven feet, fect. For the preaching of the cross

in the first three innings while the I M. Lawler .................................. 527 -- .1;Just enough to enable it to navigatethe is to them that perish foolishness;

Kiwanians got one on Fontaine's :\.1 rs. Pafford ...............:.............. 459 (Continued from page 1)) canal-and even tnen It probably But unto us which are saved it lathe

homer. :Tom Shelley slowed up the J. W. Ezelle .............................. 395 golf handicap. I will have to do some dredgingas power of God. And I brethren,

slugging :youngsters enough to eventually :M. Alston .--............................... 356J. Looks like another prize for Eliza- It goes, move a bridge or two and when I came to you, came not with

end the game with the old- Ezelle ...................................... 322 beth Duff. She's five putts aheadof I maybe build a dam to float through excellency of speech or of wisdom.

timers on _the short end of a 25-10 J. McMakin ................................ 154K. the field for-the month, accordingto 'the locks. declaring unto 'you the testimony of

score. Deam .........?" ......................... -8 Lloyd. God. For I determined not to know-

................ II
I. M. Pafford ? : ........ -66 I SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON any thing among you, save Jesus
GOLF"FOURSOMES IX TIE P. Berner .................................. -72 ,
With diamondball, golf, hunting and him crucified
E. West ...........:.......................... -354 I (Continued from Christ,
taking the interest, tennis play on page 3)
In the best ball foursome at G. Balosok ................................ -354 evidently leading the attack la like
the Inn court has slowed down. Fastest against Oswald: "My love for you
Clcwiston Golf Course Sunday, J. J.IIar'rington Mrs. Poole ........00..00............ -521M. match of recent weeks came off I 11'aul. and gave him 'a well deserved 1
and Elizabeth Duff fin- Williams .............................. -528 beating." That was the deep blue sea.: r/' x b]
Sunday when Zerney Meredith and I purely an act of 1
ished with a net '73 to tie Tom and Mrs Niblack .............................. -528 George Royal took an 8-6, set from I "mob law" and It Is strange that Clarice: "Yes, and I take it with X*V -

Emniet Shelley when the brothe W. C. Hooker .......................... -953 Ivey Pafford and Rogero. Al Hackettis Paul or his friends would have coun- a corresponding amount of salt.-

team also went around with a net still faithful to his greatest love. tenanced such conduct. It just shows ,Exchange.
73 strokes. Other "in BEAN SHIPMENTS STILL
pairs the
competition He and Major Collins get in daily
were W. C. Owen and Cecil HEAVY IN THIS SECTION workouts.:

W.Parkinson Moran,, F.Dr.,Deane White Duff and and L. Jay C (Continued from page 1) the In high a sport-minded school tennis town court, not why put is .:*: :*:.:.:*:*:-:*: : :.:+: :.: :+: : :": :*:*:*:*: : :*:*: :*:.:+:*: :::+:-.11

Rosenberg M. W. 129 cars. Marion County second
Bigg and R. L was in shape? There is real potential _
Coker. with 395, Sumter third with 331. ,f, .
power for a school tennis team next hy
Jay W. Moran won the blind boge:. If present intentions to plant are spring in Bob Hare, Bill Hooks, y ._.

prize for the day with a net 82. carried out by growers in the lake Hooky Avant, Ed Ward, -. Greaser
region, it iis more than likely that .
Either West Palm Beach or For' Lowe. Meredith, former Stetson star CLEWISTON GOLF o i
Palm Beach will again lead the state
Myers will send a group of playerto ind Hendry, due to heavy plantings could help, with the coaching.
the local course next Sunday, t(
In the Clewiston territory will
compete witli home talent. Play will] not Hap Hall brought a gang from '

start at one and Lloyd Sparrow, pro. be far behind. Recent dry weatherhas West Palm to our well-known shoot- COURSE -.. .+.
been unfavorable for : .-1, .:.
setting !I _
; .
is rearranging the pairing of hi: ing grounds this week. They took ,
plants in central
and northern Flor- :: t
players in the hopes of handing a about 100 ducks, mostly ring-necks, A' .
ida points, but soil and weather con- ,' :.
setback to the visitors. Lloyd reports on the trip.
ditions have been nearly Ideal in :: : :;:
the new clubhouse ready for use or The Army took the field, too Capt.
Sunday, a convenience which wli' largely the Lake drilled area in.where the crop is Hemenway and Lt. Kump plowed .y.. .. ..

add much to the pleasures of the around most of Hendry and Collier Y hY

competition. Heavy rains having "delayed plant- counties. Maybe they were just run- ... ,
ing until recently, the early acreage I ning lines for future use Bill Cow- .y. IF;
.f Red Bliss potatoes in the Allapat- : -
HAMMERS KEPT: 13|USY BECAUSE -- art deserted his scorebook for the

(Continued OF HOUSE from page SHORTAGI 1) crop month Ink going section already in.at Wabasso There south planted was of in Miami some early Indian loss is in River now the of birds.Stewart"John D.pulled" McGehee in about and "Senator"the time i= [Open to the Public ] Ii I Iy

searching parties
provide ample space for the aft:r County. About 300 acres in around were getting organ-
ized. Plenty of birds and ..
noon bridge parties so much squirrel.
a part
Belle Glade is in very good conditionand .. .. '
of Clewisto.i.i social life. Maybe they saved the national birds ... .. '
is expected to be ready for harvest for next week. ... ., I ,
construction ic early in December. :. ). .'..
contemplated in the near future .. .:. .
Only one solid car of tomatoes has know-if .
both by individuals I We want to get :_: _
and by you any ::
corpora- been rolled from the state to date ',:: ,
tions interested in providing housing :but; Manatee and Collier Counties kick out.of thi scolumn of local sport ':. .. .hX :.
facilities for the numbers dope, tell us-don't be "Short y )
';rill begin picking this week and get Sports.- f
persons soon to be employed ir. :z:
fair 'volume before the first of f '
Clewiston and its environs. December. It will be that date be- Moderate Green Fees
Cliff Goodman, of Wells-Roya1 '.ore any crop moves from the high- DREDGE WELATKA IS : I ::

Co., which has suplied most of the :and areas in Dade EXROUTE TO LAKE t
material for local building jobs, bar expected:! movement of County.fall tomatoes It is :i= Exceptional Fairways I :;

a lot adjoining the Lawrence home will total about 350 cars, the sameas (Continued from page 1) =: Interesting Greens :: :
on which he expects to build .
soonHarry last year Setting of the main that Spadaro has released part of 'II h
and Dorothy Turner purchased crop which ordinarily moves in Feb- his contract. y 0. .:.
a lot in the Civic Center area ruary and March, has been delayedin Following is an article from the : -

recently If present which plans they develop plan to,build.Jim wet Dade weather.and Collier Broward County Counties has been by Fort November Pierce 19 News, concerning Tribune the of Sunday arrival, / I......................................................................................................................--:.........................................................

Beardsley, local real estate Jbroker,
more fortunate, and setting is now E:
will have several homes built. G. and
going forward
rapidly there. Fall
Frances Small, owners of considerable .
and winter tomatoes have never been
LaBelle property also plan the popular i in the Lake
area, and plantIng -
erection of a home in Clewiston : of this crop in that section will LET /'YOUR : :

soon.Rumor probably begin around Christmas. us CAR" :; .
has it that the Corps of :.
engineers will "bd .
some buildings
care for their increased
but no veriification of this has been 1
had. ,
(Continued from page 1) J ':

shove over a run. Both pitchers were
EZELLES FEATURE OF THISWEEK'S In trouble but kept the plate clear

DUPLICATE PLAY }until the last of the fifth when Moss i

Langford drove one inside first for !
(Continued from III'
page 1)
I two sacks driving over two runs and 1
Hartsfield overlooked only putting Kiwanis ahead, 7-6. This
one real opportunity when they con- lead was short-lived, a combinationof

tracted for three spades instead of errors and Rabbit Avant's hit

four on board 12 against the Ezelles ,pushing across three for the Motorsin i

and made six. However, they failed the sixth. Kiwanis picked up one We'llwipeyourwindshield.Bykeepina: Well check your radiator and 611 ,
to get into the plus column only on hits Y III clean windshield you'll avoid the Y it. Keep your radiator full at all r
by Shelley and Owen. With dangers of glaring lights at night time and avoid the dangers of
twice during the play, suffering a the bases full in the seventh, and it'll make your driving: a lot safer -- overheating '

loss of 50 points each on boards i two down, Montgomery's Texas leag- !:

9 and 13. Making of four consecu- uer fell safe to score two runs and

tive game contracts, two on vulner- the Motors led, 11-8. The Bluestiirts \,

able boards, with an additional five pulled another rally, Cam Nail driv-

extra tricks was the foundation of ing in Alston, and scoring behind

the high score.made by this couple. Beardsley on Miner's hot smash to

A sign-off by Fields, South, at four right for three runs to send the game I
No Trump on Board 10, vulnerable, into exrta innings.

a contract which was successfully Pop Kelley's gang refused to quit

made, illustrated the tactics of the and punched over the winner in

pair. Another new combination, Miss the first half of the eighth, Avant I
Mae Drew and Mrs. i
Evelyn Shelley denting the pan on his drive to left
played a strong offensive game to and Pressloy's We'll check tires and inflate them -
bingle to the same your We'll check your oil and report its c
score winning.contracts for game on spot while the Blues rtotheproper pressure.By keeping your eonditiontoyou. Keep your crank: ;%y _;:
six boards went out in Y tires always properly inflated you'll Y case filled with any of Gulf'a good ..a
four of them vulnerable, order. lengthen their life as much n 20%. motor oils and your car will run
and one doubled. better and kit longer. 4
Play of the con- Goat Youmans again showed the ;
tracts was evenly divided between fans h'ow to go back, and get i I
the partners Miss Drew South, suc- when he stole one from Tom Shelley DRIVE INDISTRIBUTOR TODAY.GULF.LUBE 28t a ';

tract cessfully negotiating a game con- in the first with the most startling ._ ._ '. >
on three boards, and losing running catch yet seen on Kiwanis

one, and Mrs. Shelley, North, win- Field. Charley Miner"also got a big
ning three and losing one, a valiant ,hand for his running catch of Goat's { I .

bid for a small slam, which could long drive to left in the eighth } THATGOOpGULFGAS .,

not be made, on board 5. Lucille which was labeled for a round trip. That Good Gulf Gasoline NOW LUBRICATED O. '
Downs and W. ,
C. Prevatt, finishing'! Both pitchers were hit freely, but
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