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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 14, 1931
Publication Date: 1928-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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'VOLUME 5. NO. 34 ( \%' \, KLOKLUA, j'WDAY, AUGUST 14, 19:<1.
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NEW CHURCH TO BE I EVERGLADES STATION EXPERIMENT Board Names Young r COMMISSIONERS!\ ASSESSMENT TO COMPLAINTS HEAR TIME EXTENDED TOCOittPANYCREDITORS


DATE Temperature General Manager of September first has been set aside
lIa'Min..
SUNDAY by the commissioners of the Ever-
OPENED Sunday, Aug. 3 __.......... 94 72
f Drainage District glades drainage and Okeechobee
Monday, Aug 4 -...._..... 89 69 flood control districts for the purposeof

Church of Saint' Margaret Tuesday, Aug. 5 .....__....95.5 69 I hearing complaints and objections May Participate in Plan -
I Senator A. W. Young, of Vero
to the assessment rolls for 1931-
Wednesday, Aug. 6 .._m 95.5 68
Beach, former secretary ofthe Ever- The two boards will hold of Reorganization
Recently Completed; I Thursday, Aug. 7 ........ 95 70 glades Drainage board, was namedas a joint
meeting at their Palm Beach office.
Cost $10,500The Friday, Aug. 8 .........._..... 93 70 general manager for the drainage :The assessments rolls are now on August 18th

'Saturday, Aug 9 ___......... 95 65 district Tuesday at a salary of $7- file in their office, executive secre-

500 per year. As general managerfor I tary Ben Herr announced this week Stockholders of the Southern Sugar -
beautiful new St. Margaret'sCatholic
I
the Everglades
church at the corner of At- Clean Up Work is to have full authority drainage to districthe hire Company, Clewiston company,

lantic and Osceola avenues will be and fix salaries of employees of the Rain Halls GameAt ica and the Dahlberg company of Amer-
have
been"-granted an extensionof
formally opened 'Sunday' morning, it Aids City BeautyWork board. His salary will be prorated time until
August 18th, in which
was announced this week by Rev. between the Everglades drainage End of FourthOld to participate in the reorganizationof
Francis J. Finnegan, rector. district and the Okeechobee flood
Installation of the bells for the of beautification of Royal I the company, according to an an-
control district
on a 60 and 40
percent
church was completed Monday. Palm avenue was being brought to a I basis. Jupiter Pluvius himself step nouncement received by the News

This new church, serving as a central close,, this week as workmen were Drastic pay roll reductions were ped In at the end of the fourth in- I from Bitting, Inc., reorganization

o church for members of the Cath- .:Completing mowing the central park- announced from the Palm Beach office ning Sunday to stop a tie game between managers.

olic faith from Canal Point to Lake-: way and long grass along the bord- of the board, as the board accepted Clewiston and the Southern Already more than 80 per cent of

port and LaBelle, was recently com- ers of the street. recommendations made by C. Bell boys of West Palm Beach. The secured creditors of the companyand

pleted ,at a cost of approximately Another crew of men has been E. .Simmons, of Okeechobee and T. score was standing at 3-3 when the more than 70 per cent of the unsecured -

$10,500. The building is of white engaged this week in clearing the W. Weeks, of Moore Haven, who had heavy downpour of rain halted the creditors have deposited

stucco over wood frame, and the small drainage ditches along the been appointed a committee on July game. their claims with the reorganization

was designed after the Spanish typeof main highway through Clewiston. 14 to investigate and return their Up until the-time the rain set in managers, and it is announced that

architecture. Plans for the church These ditches are now cleared of all recommedations to.the board. Seven the game was furnishing plenty of additional claims are being presented -

were drawn by Gerald A. Barry, Chi- debris _and will permit rapid disposalof positions were abolished at an annu- amusement to the ball fans of Clew- daily as more and more stockholders -

cago architect. The constructionwork any heavy rains which may fall. al saving of $14,280, and additionalcuts iston vl'o had turned out for the and creditors express a desireto

_'\' was done by Powers construc- With daily light showers Clewiston ,made in the salaries of other activities ...t was nip and tuck and share In the reorganization plans,

tion company, contractors of West residents are looking forward to the employees of the board. bade fair: to be a real contest of field- Stockholders of the Sugar companyare '

Palm Beach. rainy season which is soon to begin. The employees dropped from the ing and !batting ua.'l the rainsoakedhand scattered all over the United
The actual construction work Lawns of most of the Clewiston States and it Is taking considerabletime
on pay roll and the offices abolished ot Ju,) tor n:- ste1: the ardorof
I'
.. St. Margaret's church was begun on homes are being mowed and all land- together with the monthly salary of tho: g'J1l0Sunday's: to get all together on the reorganization -

February 2, and the building itself scaping is receiving attention of the each are: Scott Reynolds, assistant feast for the Cane Breakers plan. However, with the
:. completed about Easter. A beauti- property owners. These attractive announcement that such a large per-
engineer A. C. accountant
$250; Bridges, will be iuiiiished \;j the South
ful seven room rectory adjoining the lawns are receiving much favorable i centage of the creditors have already
$200 W. D. ,
., ; Brockway, instrument Bay contingent on their own lot in
church is being finished and furnished comment from visitors to the town. $100 L. T. Raulerson greed to participate under the
man, ; South Bay unless prevented by rain.
this week., The rich muck soil, the surface cov- plans, it. is expected that the others
mechanic-truck driver, $150; in case of a wet ,field the feavo will
: Within the church is a beautiful er of the Clewiston townsite furnishes who are scattered, will at once join
J. B. Short truck driver H. '
$125; be played here in Clewistou, sir s
r: altar of marble, coraline rock and an ideal soil for flower gardensand in on the reorganization of the com-
C. A. Russ mechanic's
, helper, $140; the South Bay diamond is not m is-
t cast stone. The furnishings of the lawns. C. Ryals, ship carpenter, $170; H. tur proof. pany.

church are soon to be completed in D. Merriman, lock tender Hillsboro That the reorganization managersare
; Sunday's promises to be a
;: t every "detail.The: canal 2, $55. game putting up the cash to carry on

;, church of St. Margaret is the Three Held Charged Other reductions made in the pay coiker. the necessary operations of the sugar

f L only Catholic church in which members roll of the drainage board are F. C. company has been taken as an indi-

.-. of that faith may worship be- With LaBelle RobberyBonds Elliott chief drainage engineer, from Closing Date Named cation that the plans are meetingthe
": tween Canal Point and LaBelle.
$465 to $300 per month; O. M. Bar- approval of a majority of the

, : Within the territory served by the co, secretary to chief engineer, from For Bids Levees creditors. It was not until recently

f It. church there are approximately 60 Placed at $5,000 : $175 ,to $75 a month; Glenn V. on however, that the actual percentageof

! members. Scott chief assistant creditors sharing in the reorgan-
For ;, engineer, from
1 '. Program for the opening of the Two IdentifiedBy ization plans had been announced.
$350 to $275 a month; E. M. Plum- 15th Set for
lV.i : church will include blessing the new Cashier mer, assistant engineer from $225 to September Rainfall during the past week has

I : church, high mass, and benediction. $150; R. T. Mitchell, draftsman from Opening Bids on Lake materially aided the growing cane on
During mass '20 children will re- the enormous plantations. The cane
,k.
$175 to $100; W. T. Russ, shop and
ceive their first Holy Communion. A Jim-.and Hubert Amos-and R. ''E construction"superintendentr--from ?- '',-' =Biking Project will ready to haive&t i>>-the .first-_..;.,............ ..i_. -

large congregation from West Palm' Savage- Wauchula, were bound $200 to $150;' J. H. Wood, timekeeper of December, when the actual grind-

Beach and Ft. Mpers is expected. I over to the Hendry county grand Clerk, etc. from $150 to $100; S. in bids ing season. of the sugar industry be-
for
Closing date putting q
Formal dedication by the bishop jury yesterday as principals'in the J. Ellerbee, mechanic truck driver, gms.
..JEfl.of this diosece will be held later in daylight robbery of the Bank of La- from to H. on dredging six miles of channel and
$175 $100; W. Covington -
the year, it was announced.Rev. I Belle two weeks ago. The bonds for chief excavating material for the same
inspector, from $150 to
length of levee on the southwest side Prospects BrightFor
Finnagan, is a native of Ire- the Amos brothers were set at $5- $125, and W. I. Evans, attorney from ,
of has set
Lake Okeechobee been
land, having been reared in Killar- 000 each, Savage was held on a $3-
to month. A total
$500 $416
per :
ney, received his education at the St. 000 bond. reduction as noon September 15, Lieut.Col.L. Fall Vegetables
monthly salary of $774.
.; John's College at Waterford Ireland. Jim Amos, one of the first suspects -. All reductions are to become effec-' V. Frazier, district engineer, an-

', He came to the United States in to be arrested in the case, and tive immedaitely.The nounced. A survey of business conditions

J September, 1929, where he was asis-, his brother Hubert, the last taken in office of executive secretarywas The notice says that the work involves through the Everglades during the

tant pastor at the church of the Immaculate custody, were identified by .A. L. the only department in which reductions removal from the channel past week shows prospects for bet-

Conception at Jacksonville I II I Taylor, cashier, as the two men who were not recommended. The and placing in the levee about 2- ter trading next fall than was seen

I under Father J. J. Meehan, for one enterqd the bank and forced the entire department pay rolls totals 179,000 cubic 'yards of during the past vegetable- season.
to :oank into' vault where dragline section, or matcrial'l
i year. Father Finnegan came : employees the $490 monthly. Aside from preparations being

Clewiston in October, 1930, and be- .hey were bound and gagged while yards, hydraulic section, made by tradesmen in the various

l ,gan at once to make plans for the the men escaped with $6,000 in drainage structures. I towns in the lake section, the far

: construction of a church building. .ash at noon on July 31. Work Continues On This quantity of material will mers are making preparations for

/ During the past year the Catholics Mrs. Lucile Small, bookkeeper for construct 35,000 linear feet of chan- planting fall crops. Substantial rainfall -

: have shared with other* denominations .he, bank was not called to identify Local Golf Course nel and levee. has moistened the ground suf-

Ii in worshiping hi'the community he suspects at yesterday's prelim- The location of the work is the ficient to make growing conditions.

. church on Pasadena avenue. nary hearing.The & H ideal for
Continued work on the tricky ocality in which two P drag- crops.
: An invitation to members of all men were still in jail today ,
Clewiston Golf course making it !nc'; with 50-foot booms and a P In practically every farming community -
de-nomniation to be present at the and it was considered doubtful. that more attractive to an increasing ::, H with ,a 100-foot boom have : seed beds are being planted
services of the new church has hey would put up the cash bond I r ; In of the localities
number of local golf fans each day eon working for several weeks, since the rains. some -
been issued fixed by County Judge H. A.. Rider I]I 'arthig at a pumping plant of Dis- the seeds are being planted
During the past week the fairways
hey will before the county
appear
1 ton Island sub drainage district and directly in the fields.
rand jury when the circuit court I have been mowed and the rough directions, to Around Pahokee, which last year
extending in both
Plans I : '
Post
I Legion in Cleared back, making the course one
onvenes September. of'the
I ward Moore Haven and Clewistou. was the vegetable center _
ofthe best to be found in this sec-
Dan and Junior Blount and 1'.1
it is reported that far-
Everglades,
Picnic fo:!' Kiddies tion of Florida. During the past In the notice is the significant
: ('lip) Mercer were released for I mers supply houses are engaged in

, act; of sufficient, __n__ ____ evidence_ _____ to_ hold few weeks lack of ,sufficient rains statement that the channel and le- enlarging their quarters, new lum-
----- vee be extended "as far ns
has been
responsible for allowingthe will
in contction with the I
-cm case.
are opened'up, more
.r yards being
Au Everglades picnic, sponsored I available funds permit."
fairways to grow longer than is
The court officers are satisfied that I
packing houses are being built, and
the Everglades Post of the A-
by the Amos brothers were the persons customary, on the course. The greens i A contractor estimates for The
their
merchants are increasing
Belle Glade will
uicrlcaii Legion of entering the bank. They expressed have been allowed to grow a heavy Everglades News that the work to locationsand
I stocks. Various changes of
bo J'-eld at FUheating reek, near belief that there are others implicated -i mat of grass, which, when closely be done will be to an amount of of also
rearranging quarters are
I'alrmlrle Sunday, according to thejt'pns clipped, will add to the attractivenessof bout $.$100,000 and he this is
announced here by J. L. Lar- in the robbery who will be apprehended -I says taking place on the east side of the
when sufficient evidence is the course. the sum now available. Further appropriations -
r':'k and George Albert, of the Belle available to directly connect them i-I With prevailing rains it is expected are expected to be made lake.Farmers around Clewiston and in

... Glade Post. -"ith the robbery.Jim that the greens will soon be grad- from time to time.
all other parts of Hendry county are
J'
All families, and especially,
ually cut to a smooth, excellent playing -
Amos has been held in anther Work for which bids are to be making preparations to put in their
children: of the entire lake region
are invited to attend for the whole -, jail pending preliminary trial. bers surface.four and Growth eight of sod on during num- received up to September 15 has crops soon. Beans, cabbage, peppers -
greens been referred to as "experimental and lima
Belle egg plants, tomatoes
will leave
day. The delegation
ADVERTISING IS the has been retarded
URGED summer greatly -
"
8:30 sections, and is a part of the flood beans are expected to be the principal .
and trucks about
in
Glade cars TO OVERCOME'DEPRESSIONPresident by adverse wcathec. conditions.
I control project in the Lake crops grown in this vicinity
and will meet at the picnic grounds ilowcwi, inspection shows these regular -: bee and Caloosahatch.ee OkPCChO-1 I this fall.

before noon. Hoover, in a message greens to be progressing, and af-
i in which the federal governmentand In commenting on the farming
The Legionnaires are particularly read at the opening of the business ter a little more work ,the temporary
I district
Okeechobee. flood control sectionfor
outlook in the Everglades
:anxious: that all children enjoy the conference, urged the merits of cooperation greens now used may be discarded
News.
are joined.-Everglades this fall the Everglades News
> and each community in the sec-
or y in the face of the depres- I
Is asked to provide transportation says, "The present indication is that
icn !:: sion.. ALLAN DOWD TAKES OVER
for all children in the community i DRAINAGE BOARD OFFERS there will be a smaller number of
The meeting was the first ever to SINCLAIR FILLING STATION
who would otherwise be unable to be called specifically to consider the CANAL TO GOVERNMENT growers with big acreage; for it ii;

attend. Everyone is asked to take problems of the nation's 190,000 Allan Dowd, a veteran in the fill- reported that some of the heretoforebig

their basket of lunch and the Legion small manufacturers.The ing station business in Arcadia, but The United States government had I planters will limit themselves.

'- ... boys hope that all will include some- 200 business men also heard who has been in business in Moore an offer Wednesday from the Ev"r.j Commission houses are to be less

!liing extra for children who will Gilbert T.- Hodges, president of the Haven for the past two or three glades drainage board of commis-I free with their advances because

not be able to bring their own lunch. Advertising Federation of America years, has embarked in the same sioners to donate the north hard times in the northern consum-

I Swimming' and fishing will be the urge the value of advertising in coun- business here and last Saturday was canal, which connects lake Okeechobee ing centers is expected to lessen the

I oici"r of the day, and in the afteror :'- teracting the business slump. checked "in as manager of the Sin- with the Atlantic Ocean near Ft. demand"for high priced winter veg-

r;"ld sports will be promoted. "Bad times," said Mr. Hodges, clair station just east of the Coast Lauderdale.The etables.

.A. baseball game will be played be- "are nearly always th'e' result of Line depot, at the corner of Oak offer was made in the interestof BEAUTIFYING PARK

iveen two teams from communities postponement of normal conceptionand and DeSoto avenue, "Just tell the improving navigation and at the

around the lake. they can be overcome only by people they can expect the same old same time, commissioners said, bene- The Moore Haven Womans Club

Signs will be placed on the highway the stimulation of a buying impulse 'sudden service' they used 10 get," fitting the Everglades drainage dis- I began actively today to beautify the

this side of Palmdale, pointing that can be best done by advertising, said Mr. Dowd, in announcing his trict. The board proposed to act spot set aside as a city park. Trees

t .... 1 the way to the picnic grounds; for for that is' its true economic function new enterprise to the Arcadian.- jointly with the government In oper- i and ornamental shrubs are being

the convenience of those attending. ," Arcadian. ating the canal. planted to adorn the park.'L" .


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-- THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1931:
1'AGH: TWO
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federation In the best possible light.In .- against friend and relative in l' The 10 birds layed 241 eggs for Lee County Teachers To Draw t-
THB CLEWISTON NEWS I
its invitation to the federationthe the protection of Nature's: giftsto 247.85 points. Second for the month Part Pay; 1 1

Published every Friday In Clewiston, Miami body sets forth many of our Nation, for they shall goes to one of the Pinebreeze Poultry I

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, the attractions of the Magic City, be recognized as true patriots, Farm entries from Callahan, Lee county s chool teachers and
Inc. but its members are broad minded of America. Florida, with 246.2 points for 239 other school employees who are paid f

enough to show to the Advertising 3. Blessed are the towns with plan- eggs. This is the first time in eight more than $60 per month will re- S

Enterod as second class matter, Federation that not only Miami, ning boards,". for great beauty, months the Pinebreeze did not take celve 'only 50 percent of their sala"f) f

February 1, 1927, at the Post Officeat but the entire State of Florida is prosperity and peace shall des- first. The month's high bird was ries in cash during the first semes'i

Clewiston, Florida, under the Act backing the invitation.: cend upon them. owned by Marshall Farms" Mobile, ter of the coming school year. The -

of March 3, 1897. Cooperation is found on all sides,) :0.> Great shall be the reward of Alabama, with a Pinebreeze bird 1-4 balance will be paid in the formof

A newspaper devoted to the best as plans for a motorcade to a few those who protect our forests point behind. notes, time warrants, or other -

interests of Hendry County, Florida.Its of the many interesting places of the from fire, for the bird shall During the 10 months the Leghorns evidence of indebtedness.

leading newspaper.Subscription state are placed on the schedule of continue to serve him and the have averaged 185,8 eggs. The fuKnw
entertainment for the national or- fish and wild animal to furnish Rhode Island Reds have 166.7 eggs Qatflsh Fin Goes To r

rate ....._ ?2.00 per year ganization. Chambers of Commerceof him food. otbelr credit, and the Barred Rocks Hospital i

Outside of State of Florida .... $2.50 the state, civic and semi civic bod- \0.. Whoever conserveth our national have averaged 160.8 eggs.A t

ies are lending every effort to placeat resources, serveth himself ann Pinebreeze pen leads the contest County Agent Louis Alsmeyer is ['
Advertising rates furnished on ap- the disposal of the Advertisers all .ne generations following.-ui- to date with 2,205 points for 2,108 confined to his home following an

plication. means' to make their visit to the lando Sentinel. eggs. A Seidel pen stands next with operation at the Weems hospital, Se- r'

Business office, Clewiston News, state a pleasant and educational trip 2,070 points for 2,004 eggs, and the bring, recently, is an effort to re-

Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and I I I George R. Hilty, one of the most MAKES CEDAR EXCELSIOROne entry by A. J. O'Donovan, Katonah, move the fin of a cat fish from the FI I'

Advertising same. well informed business men and New York, is third with 2,063 pointsto county official's knee. Alsmeyer is :t
I I I boosters of the state as secretary of of the little known industriesin date with 266.5 points for 260] "a sick boy," the American learned: i iand

Telephone 339 I tIle convention. committee. has issued Florida Is that of the manufactureof for 2,139 eggs.Pinebreeze will be forced to remain away t

an official invitation to the Advertis- excelsior. The only mill in the owns the leading bird from his duties for several days. |

ing :Federation: of America. In this United States to manufacture the eggs.. Two Seidel birds stand next --

UNCLE SAM, THE BUILDER invitation Mr. Hilty points out the product is located at Gainesville.The with 265.9 points for 254 eggs, and Curfew To Ring In Sebring :For ",

the strategic location of Florida and Mi- Gainesville factory reports an 259.4 points for 242 eggs, respective Youths Under 16. i!!
Seventeen years ago Saturday ami for convention purposes. He :'ncreaslng volume of business, say- ly I
world bowed its' head in respect to ing that the excelsior is being used, Heigh ho! The i
shows that America does approxi- Two other Florida entries well in curfew will ring
the United States for the completionof *o keep: off fleas from clogs and for 'out in from t
mately two million dollars worth of the race are those of Gilbert's Chip- Sebring now on at 9
of the most gigantic engineering -
one business annually with the Latin making ]hen nests. Hatchery o'clock each night. And that means
feats that had been accomplished. ley Chipley, and David M.:
American countries. Most of this that all boys and girls under 16, unless I J
Bull, LaBelle; whose have layed
August 15, 1914 the gates of the pens
XOTDIE FOR TRUCKERS
Panama Canal 'were officially openedto business passes through the State of the second and third highest numberof accompanied by their parents or
Florida, either through Miami. or 'TO CONSIDER ROOT-KNOT to guardian, or are on the streets, alleys -
date. back
sea going traffic and vessels of all eggs They drop alit
nations changed their schedules to the port of Tampa, Key West, or is AND ANTS IN SEEDBEDS hewever, when scored by the or other public places without
carried on by coast-wise traffic along reasonable necessity or excuse
point system."DITHELICT".
eliminate' days of travel around the
the east or west coasts of the state. Gainesville, Fla.-Truckers should must be home.
Cape of Good Hope at the tip of the
American ,continent. Every necessary facility is availa- consider root-kot and ants as pests REAL ACTION -
South -------
ble to make the 1932 convention a when they are making uptheir seed- DRAMA OF ROUSING THRILLS
The world on that day recognized beds for fall J. R. Watson entomologist
success. The State of Florida thru crops, 666
Uncle Sam"as the builder; one who
of its governor and legislature, mayorsof at the Florida Experiment Do you want to be thrilled? To -
could foresee the advantages so
dozens of Florida cities have indi- Station, recently stated. 'lOid your breath while a drama of LIQUID OR TABLETS .
who
and
vast undertaking one
an
cated their desire to cooperate to the Root-knot is a disease caused b> :ife and death, of hate and love un-
had resources'at. his command and fullest extent. Railroads, steamshiplines minute worms which live on the root :olds itself in ever mounting action' Relieves a Headache or Neuralgia: in

men in his service to complete the hotels and airways have also of many of the vegetables and true!\ .gainst a background of storms' ate 30 minutes, checks a Cold the first

task. expressed a desire to cooperate with crops commonly grown in Florida ::, of ships crashing in the night, day, and checks Malaria in three

Today, seventeen years after the the convention committee in makingthe These worms, called nematodes, will )f 'arlng rescues and perilous en-
completion of this epoch making pro- advertisers visit pleasant. Aside i bore into the root and secrete a poi- oui.ters? days.

ject the United States governmentis son which causes the root to swell!
from the local entertainment plannedfor I Then see "Derelict," the feature 666 Salve for Baby's Cold
again working ont a huge under- and the plants to turn yellow and die
the visitors, a motorcade is pro- at the Prince Theatre, in which thereat
taking. Thls"project, now under construction Young plants are more stisceptibl
posed through points of interest of
} George Bancroft depicts a
is much closer to the residents the state. The invitation says, "We and should be given a free start ir uasterful character taken
of Clewiston and the lake sec- the seedbed. right I
propose a motorcade by bus and personal from the salty ocean, in a manner THE PRINCE THEATRE
tion than the building of the Panama '
cars, through the Everglades, Newly cleared land is practicall: that is thoroughly moving and con- II
Canal. It'1s' the flood control and always free of nematooes, but sand
stopping at the beautiful little gem
vincing, in a drama of deep-sea love
navigation project in which Uncle land which has been planted to true
city planted by Barron G. Collier- PAHOKEEFLA.
and hate that will stir you to the
Sam the builder, Is aiding in the Everglades City. Here we contemplate crops for several: years is nearly; depths of soul. I
very your
development of the'fertile Evergladesof a fish fry. Then, to Ft. Myers, always infested. Truckers who hav I!
Florida. Today there are skepticswho We have seen the mighty Bancroft Always a good show
the home of Thomas A. Edison, over an overhead irrigation system can "
In "The Mighty, in "Ladies Love
knowingly nod their heads at
the new Edison bridge to Punta Gor- destroy nematodes on their old bed
"
the "foolhardy venture" of the fed- by plowing the land and applyin Brutes, since that first tremendous '
da
; over the new Collier Bridge to Coming Attractions J
offering "Wolf of Wall Street. But
.
eral government.This
Sarasota, where we will pause to see 600 pounds of sodium cyanide dir-
attitude of doubt is no new the John and Mable Raingling Art solved in water, wetting it down, anr' lever have we seen him so much at
some dominant of his situation Week ot 16
so Aug.
peculiar twist"of the public mind. Museum, one of the finest and most then wetting down 900 pounds c' II
so completely the Bancroft is
The world has always had its shareof costly collections of art in this coun- ammonium sulphate. Hydrocyanic., man.
:eal in "Derelict, and "Derelict" is
;
"wise'citizens' who know more try. Then to Tampa and St. Peters- acid gas will be formed, and person I

than the combined Intelligence of burg, where we will be the guests of should leave the seedbeds' at once .i real story.A Shows Daily 7 and 9 p.m.

the engineering department of the the two advertising clubs, visiting This treatment is rather expensive: belligerent, two-fisted sea cay i '

United States.When Ybor City and Passa Grille, travelingover but it leaves the soil rich in nitrogen ain, fighting to keep a sluggish

the announcement was first the Gandy Bridge, which is one thus phosphoric acid and potas" ramp steamer afloat through the Sunday, and Monday ,
only need be added for fertilizer fury of a tropical storm. Out of the
made that the United States would of the longest bridges in the world. '
undertake to\ dig' a ship canal across The next day through the hilly country -I Seed may be planted in 10 days afte mgry night comes the frantic stac- August 16th and 17th 5

the Isthmus of Panama, there were ; dotted with sparkling lakes and the treatment. On very stiff soi atto signal of a ship in distress- CHARLES FARRELL-ELISSA

j any to say that It was only a move orange groves, where many for the more chemicals should be used, whil- 'S. O. S.", "S. O. S.-and he l know LAND in

( '1 the part of the politicians to give first time will' inhale the fragranceof 1 I on very sandy type a smaller amount 'lea; aboard the floudering craft is

mployment to the engineering corps. orange blossoms, visiting the Bok will suffice. *i' one man in the world he hates, "Body and Soul"Europe

I There-were those who charged that Tower and other intensely interesting -I I Growing velvet beans or Crotalaria 'fl the woman who double-crossed

the government was planning "this places enroute to Orlando, where will destroy nematodes, but several lim. raved about her Broadway

foolish undertaking" in order that we will be guests of the AdvertisingClub 1 months will be required. That's the climatic situation of cheered her, jou'll dream of her

contracts might be let to political supported by the. Orlando Ants cause a loss by carrying off Derelict," and if you can imagin Elissa Laiuli.

favorites BO that graft could drain Chamber of Commerce and the Cityof the seed before they sprout. Those iiything more full of possibilities I I Also

the nations treasury. Indeed, it was Orlando. Next day our journeywill in the bed will be killed with hydro or dynamic Bancroft action, we COMEDY FOX< NEWS

common ,talk that even' if the United take us through the lung oil cyanide-acid gas, and all ant hill au't. William Boyd, seen with Gary i

States did succeed in digging a canalto groves to Gainesville where the University within 50 feet of the seedbeds shoul :Cooper: in "The Spoilers," is Ban-

join the two ,oceans, the place was of Florida is located, wherewe be treated with sodium cyanide tC' roft's rival in "Derelict," a fighting Tuesday Wednesday

so Infested with Insects that it could will again be entertained in royal form the gas. Simply punch a hoi .caman, who can battle with boiicts :r

never be made a habitable place for fashion." in the center of the ant hill and pout' :::: when the occasion demands. August 18th and 10th

white men These skeptics pointed to Aside from all other advantages of In 1-4 pint cyanide solution. Go over essie Royce Landis is both beauti- GEORGE BANCROFT WILLIAM

the raging yellow fever of the Isthmus Florida: as a convention state, the the ground in a few days to catch any ti' and capable. She adds dlStinc-1 I BOYD in '

they pointed to the deaths that motorcade trip through the state new nests. This solution should not '':;n to her part in "Dereilct..

had been cause by the white man's would amply repay any of the adver-, come in contact with the roots of "Derelict"The

ttempt to live on the location. I tising members for their journey to I valuable plants.:!: THE LIAR.

All this talk has been revived in Florida. talking screens First breathtaking -
OUTLOOK SHOWS BRIGHT ,'ou could have taken a blacksnake Sea drama* With the mightystar
various ways concerning the government's The invitation suggest. time for
project to dig ship canal POULTRY SITUATION whip of "THE MIGHTY" GEORGE
a the convention sometimes In Aprilat
And lashed me over ,the eyes. "
1.1.,.:;CIIOFT
across Lake Okeechobee. "Why spend which season of the year Floridais
full in the
LOU could have struck me
Washington, D. C.-The poultr AlsoComedy
nine million dollars on the project, truly in its glory. The people of face-

they ask? the nation need to be educated to the situation looks brighter, accordingto But chose to tell me lies. Universal News
you
And yet the work progresses. The fact that Florida is a year round the summer outlook just issued by

authorities are not excited by the state its beauties and comforts not the U. S. Department of Agriculture. Yet the cut of the whip is straight Thursday and FridayAugust

doubting statements made be the being confined to a few winter July 1 the number of hens on farm" and cleanIf

"wise ones." months, as is the generally acceptedidea. in the United States was 5 per cent the heart that strikes be strong. 2Oth and 21st

When the work is finally completed less than a year ago; the number of
But the wound from a lie is a fetid HARRY LANGDON SLnISIDOIEHVIlJLI
they will join with the rest of the young chickens was 10 per cent less: .
thing < In
world to proclaim Uncle Sam the FLORIDA BEATITUDES Cold storage stocks of poultry were
That stabs and festers long.
greatest of all builders. about 40 per cent less than the sam
--- See America Thirst
This engineering feat, now engag- By Mrs. Jack Pryor, of Haynes City date a year ago, and 25 per cent be- The liar is born with a yellow streak 7
ing the attention of the engineers, 1. Blessed who low the average for the last five-
are they plant the
Men shun from sea to sea. mirth:
A barrel of fun! Intoxicating
will mean 'much to the Frozen 2
Evergladeswhen years. egg stocks were per-
tree and shrub
long-lived for
You can go and hunt with your cow- I
it is completed. With water generations shall rise and cent below the 1930 mark, but above A mad, merry modern burlesque on
up ard pack-
transportation from this section to quantity thus stored has increase I gang war that will just about slay
call them blessed.
You, have lied your last to me! I
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DON'T:: MISS IT.Also
the central markets of the world, 2. Blessed are they who are ownersof the five-year average, since the -New York Times. jou.

and the back country guaranteed flower gardens, for in the rapidly during recent years. Fox New

against abnormally high water, this heart of a flower may be seen The condition of 'crops on July 1 NOTICE or nnAiirjvo UI"OXS F. S- Comedy
section will be converted into one its Creator. promises an abundance of feed. On Mn.vr ROLL or E\'J'RGI.AnF.

immense area of cultivation. Eco- 3. Blessed are they who appreciateNature's June 15 the relative price of chick- IJKAIlVAGrj DISTRICT SaturdayAugust

nomic history records the growth of ens was considerably above, and
gift, for they shall be NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Thatin
communities that have been furthered known as lovers of beauty. that of eggs slightly above the price accordance with the provisions of 22nd

, in their development by adequate 4. Blessed are they who clean up of feeds, compared with either last Section 48 of Senate Bill 332.of regular l: KAY JOHNSON BERT LYTIILL"Single

!: water transportation, and It is only the highways, byways and home year on the five year average for the glades session Drainage of 1931 the District Secretary has preparedan vcr- in
logical to forseee vast developmentin period 1923-1927. assessment roll for sEId: District for
grounds, for cleanliness is next
the Everglades following the com- the year 1931 which said assessmentroll Sin"Can
to the Hoard
godliness. is on file in the office of
pletion of the OkeechobeeCaloosahatchee 5. Blessed are they who brightenand EGG CONTEST BIRDS LAY SIXTY of Commissioners of Everglades Drain-
: river project.ADVERTISING age District No. 3 Olivia Building in sinner become saint? Can a
a a
PERCENT DURING TENTH MONTH
freshen their buildings and the City of West Palm Beach, Florida.
Commissioners of Everglades woman burr her past? See this stirring -'
fences with paint, for Improvement Board of
TO ADVERTISERSA and the praise of many Chipley, Fla.-With a 60 per cent Drainage District trill meet at drama of modern morals and
10 o'clock in the forenoon upon the
people shall be their reward. lay during July, the 580 birds in the first day of September 1931 for the I decide for join-self.

group of advertisers and busi- 6. Blessed are they who war on fifth Florida National Egg; Laying purpose of hearing complaints of such and ob- Also
the contents assess-
to
ness boosters of' Miami are inviting signs and unsightly billboards Contest here have just carried their ment joctlons roll and the method and mannerof Chapter No. 12 "The Indians Are

the Advertising Federation of Amer- along the rural highways, for assault at 'records through the tenth prp""r'nrr the same Coming."

ica to hold its 1932 convention in for they shall be called protec- month. According to, reports just Dated at West Palm B ach. Florida, Oswald Cartoon
upon the 13th day of August 1931. .. ,
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the city of Miami. 'Quite naturally, tors of roadside beauty and released by E. F. Stanton, supervisor, BEN HERR Secretary. --- -

the Miami organization: seeks to landscape scenery. the best entry for July was owned by Everglades Drainage, District.. Coming Attractions Week Aug. 10th

pla.cg the, dame of M'' !1'tm1! betQr thQ 7. Blessed {are they who stand W. A. Setdel,' San ;Antonio, Texas; C.I.. August 14, 21, 28,

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i force at the time of the fire. ply a weight; the second means also
:i r : 1 :t g The Fairbanks-Morse Companynor the pack of knapsack which the I

the credit company had no insurance traveler or soldier carries on his r
'c' Personal Mention RtIC | on the unpaid balance on shoulders." I Director Favors "HeMan"SmokeTN

the Delsel engine purchased two
We should remember, however I I
.. t years ago. The Company is refinancing -
..(, : that no one can well: see his neighbor's -

';{i' 7. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelley left Friday the debt and arranging for the burden when he is bendinglow J F :'MOP: !
purchase of the new parts for repair
, under his
. for Orlando for a two week'svisit. own burden. First
.y work. Mr. Moody and other repre- cast your own burden on the Lord,

sentatives have done everything pos- then you can see your neighbor'sburden. :
sible to help the the
city replace
Miss Jewel Lowe and A. W. Lawrence LA'a't
destroyed equipment.A .
were visitors in Pahoke'e Monday "But let him that is taught in
building similar in size and
night. the Word communicate with him
construction to the old one will be
: that teacheth in all good things.1
and Dr. J. W. built on the same location. The new
Miss Gladys Nowling Concerning this phrase Peloubcc
building will be two feet higher
Ezelle visitors inVest Palm "
were quotes the following, 'Communi-
and every possible precaution will
each Sunday evening. cate' is used somewhat in a technical
,
be taken, to make is fireproof. The
sense, as in the admonition 'to do
Herbert Blate left Friday on a vacation old building was of galvanized iron good and contribute to the needy" i
trip of several weeks which construction with a metal roof and ..
a twelve inch cement floor, and the One translator says "those who
will be spent in the Carolinas. II
new one will have these same fea- are taught must share the blessingsof !I .r.T

Miss Boncile Stone left this week tures. life with those who teach them i!iI

for Lakeland where she will spend a The city employees have installed the word." iI i 1 r4s

two week's vacation visiting friends. a 70 KW generator with a capacity Be not deceived; God is not mocked -iI I .. r
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oC' 2300 volts and a speed indicator. : for whatsoever a man soweth, I .

Mr. and Mrs. Julius R. Alston re- These have been attached to the that shall he also reap." j :..vR ; y

turned the latter part of the week engine at the ice plant, which is being The following statements are tak-

from a vacation trip spent in Alaba- used to supply the town with en from good writers: "The law is i

ma and Louisiana. current until the plant is rebuilt. fixed, to sow wind is to reap whirl-i

These additions were completed wind." "The surest thing about r

Misses Alice Wits and Louise Wednesday night and the same uniform sin is that it makes its mark." "Men I i' iiti. !v 0''Q. i' iiak

Waldron and B. E. Nail, Jr., and current is think that and I- y ,i rYi
I now being supplied they can sow folly II
Harvey Guthrie spent Sunday even- that the city plant provided. The reap wisdom; can sow wild oats,II I ; w Y)

ing in Pahokee. I average load of the old plant was and gather honest wheat; can sow' ]Ii I .xn a r

50 KWs and the new 70 KW generator unclean and diseased things and reap '4rir.. 1. $
of Plant City, i wix
Robert Peyinghaus will be ample to take care of health, strength, and a wellbalancedmind e
of the American
Florida secretary very electrical demand. The generator hereafter; can sow unbelief, "TN the matter of smoking I don't

Society of Mechanical Engineers, was leased from the Fair- irreligion and contempt for God and JL know whether men are aping } a' .,
ck1
was a visitor in Clewiston Monday.. anks-Morse Company for $50 per I reap peace and joy, that he can sow women or women are aping men."
With that: Lawrence Marston, fa-
month. I moderate drinking and not reap immoderate -
Miss Ulla Jacobsen returned Sun- mor;' ;,3' ,bert stage director, sat
f; The commissioners have praised drinking, physical, mental
: from Tampa and St. Petersburg, down in the lounge of the Masque
day
' the men in the light department for and spiritual ruin." But these things 11:
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> where she had been spending a va- Theater, 45th Street, New York,
cation visiting friends and relatives.C. their efficiency and loyalty in working cannot be done. with his cigar.

to maintain service under such The lesson closes with "Let us not I Ona of the most noted directors -

V. Parkinson, manager of the trying conditions. be weary in bearing other's en nl"(:& wav. llr.roton

Clewiston Supply Company, left Sun- -Moore Haven Democrat burdens, in helping to restore the I staged Ksteason's i alt, "I)::' ;it .

day morning for Daytona Beach fora fallen, and in sowing to the spirit. I Takes a Holiday." I",,v the coring -
season he is slated to put on
*
vacation.Mrs. lit due season we shall reap The
short harvest is not always immediate, but :! again "School for Scandal," star-
nbap c jooIIton '
ring Ethel Barrymore, ead "As You
accompaniedby it follows. "As have
Bessie Culbreth, we opportunity j '
I Desire Me, with Judith Ar.:.eron.j :; .
her brother, S. C. Woodham, re- making opportunity where apparently -
j I Whether they are on the st ;,'
turned from a month's vacation there is none. Do good unto in
I the movies, or In business OJa
I at their old home in Georgia. all men." Without distinction asj
spent i profession! most..of the real "he"
to race or condition or attitude.- "
men Who have "it, according to
FOR AUGUST 16 1931.
WALDRONWOODALLMarriage "Household of faith" Strength-I Marston, are men who smoke

Subject: Sowing and Reaping. ening and encouraging fellow Chris- ::: cigars and who appear well smoking Lawrence Marston, famous Shubert

of Miss Elva Woodall, (Temperance Lesson.) tians increases the forces of power I''I them. stage director.

of Mona, Florida, to Marcus D. Wal- Golden Text: "Be not deceived; for doing good to all others. i I This comes from the great director who smokes a cigar is the mature,

dron, of this city, became known Sun- God is not mocked: for whatsoever Every school, private and public. 'I following the action of a professional type who Is about to .
through a man soweth, that shall he also I Hollywood motion picture company
day when the couple passed should teach the truth about alco 'I close a two billion dollar deal or
to West Palm reap." Gal 6:7.: which banned cigars from the who sends to
.I Clewiston on their way a telegram the president -
hol. Only thus will the prohibition
j movie lot because, fche -
Beach and :Miami for short wedding Lesson Text: Galatians 6: 1-10. laws be enforced. I company of the United States
fully
said.women think men who smoke
Motion pictures as well as the
trip.The (The business men of America -.---- cigars are unromantic. theater
are finding out that the new
i couple were married early have closed more than a million responsible Mr. Marston based his reasons on type of romantic man is the matureman.

Sunday morning at the base of the positions to those who use Charles Farrel Has ,the oldest truth in the world-that He is the ideal lover, not

beautiful Singing Tower at Mountain alcoholic drink.) women admire, respect' and love yesterday's matinee Idol' with

Lake, near Lake Wales, by the New Leading LadyIn men who show their superiority., beaded eye-brows and rouged
Galatia was the name of a part ofAsia
1 Rev. S. E. Alderman, of Lakes ,Wales. Today, Mr. Marston said, superiority cheeks.

They were attended by the bride'smother Minor, and included the citiesof and Soul"There means the cultured "he-type" of Marston named Arthur Byron,

and Miss Florence Lowery, of Derbe, Lystra, Iconium, where "Body man, genuine of character, success- who smoked a cigar almost con-

f. W. Ezelle and A. Paul first established ,churches onhis 'ful in business, and that type of stantly as star of "rive Star Final,"
Stuart and Dr. J.
missionary tour.' The Galatianswere man 'is one who "looks well smok- i as the strong, powerful type of.man
-W. Sias, of Clewiston. ,Following was a time when Charles his tOn *
ing cigar.
"
descendants of the "Gauls, whom women, really, admire and
.I the ceremony the bridal party' left who inhabited France and Belgium. Farrell was never on the 'screen except the stage the type of man loye. '

for West Palm Beach. In the company of that dainty ..
Among those people were many
The groom is well known here, star Janet Gaynor. They made their
Greeks and Jews. After Paul organized FACTS ABOUT PRINTING
} having for the past six months been initial success together in "7th Heav- The Clewiston
Laundry
these churches the Jewish
;; employed, as druggist at the Alston's.They en" and climbed side by side to .
expect to make their home in teachers insisted that the Cristian stardom in "Street Angel," "Sunny Printing is known as "The Art e r-
converts must observe all te ceremonies 0 MILL
Clewiston after January first. Side Up," and "High Society Blues." Preservative of Art .
of the Jewish church.In .
This season, however, Farrell has J Printing ranks sixth among the HEtP
today's lesson he said to the appeared with three different lead-' important industries of the United

Rebuilding Light Galatian churches, "be overtaken in ing ladies not counting Miss Gaynor, States as regards! value of its pro- YOU
a fault." The language implies the
with whom he recently scored so ducts. Qr

Plant Planned By possibility of being taken by surprise heavily in "The Man Who Came Printing in the United States has

,and .suddenly, overcome by Back." an invested capital of nearly $600-

City Authorities temptation. Satan is'always at work Early in the year he interpretedthe 000,000..
and the Christian is always to be onuard. title role in the Fox Movietone
; The strongest are in danger "Liliom the Printing offers employment to
drama, opposite ex-
nearly half million people.
MOORE HAVEN, Fla, Aug. .14- nf falling into errors or even ,into stage star, Rose Hobart. Then came a
; The ,city commissioners met with in. And many do fail. "Restore such "The Printing plants today are replete
the light comedy romance,
with labor and time-saving devices,
"
representatives of the Fairbanks- a ,one. It is not the "spiritual"one's Pricess And the Plumber," in which
and are being conducted on the basisof Let our washing and ironing
Morse Company Tuesday and decided] duty to magnify or circulate he played the plumber with that detectable -I

to rebuild the light and power plant the fault of another who is weak, lass, Maureen O'Sullivan as expediency and efficiency. give jour soft collided( shirts

which burned last week and to con- but to use his spiritual strength to his princess. Printing by movable type was invented the dressed up appearance that

tinue, to provide service for the city help the one in error or in sin. In- In "Body and Soul," which opens at Haarlem, Holland, by you like so well.

under the with struction, reproof, encouragement, Lourens Coster about the year 1445
present arrangement Sunday at the Prince Theatre, Far- You'll notice the difference.
the Moore Haven Ice Company until holy inpuen.ce, and prevailing prayerare rell's new leading lady is EJissa eight years before Gutenberg set up
of the to be used in his shop.-Progress. Perfect Snow White laundering -
the plant is rebuilt. Both engines of some means Landi. Miss Landi, who makes her

the burned plant, in the opinion ofT restoring another "In'the spirit of American screen debut in this Fox of every article.

B. Moody, representative of the meekness" not by harsh driving Movietone drama, is the English actress EDISON KEEPS: ON IMPROVING:

Fairbanks-Morse, Company, can be methods. Consciousness of one's own who proved a real sensation in TAKES DAILY AUTO:: : i.0.2::;

rebuilt, although the electrical equipment human limitations will help one to European films and on the Broad- A.I CLEW! S TONLAUNDRY
sympathetic toward West Orange, N. J.-Thomas
be
which is quite costly was others. inc.EL
I I way stage previous to her coming' to Edison went for his custon-v" rv.jtomobile .
s completely destroyed.Mr. This admonition from Paul brings ]Hollywood.
PASO AVE.& SAN BONITA ST.
ride late today, an indica-
,; Moody assisted the city em- up the old question, "Am I my brother's -I Farrell recently said of Miss Landi tion that he is recovering rap'dr i
"
ployees and officials in ordering the keeper'? which Cain used "She is one of the most capable and from his recent collapse. Memb'i'3,: CLEWISTON FLQRJDA7t

.., new parts and equipment for the when he was accused by the Lord ,understanding actresses it has ever' '.
of his family satisfactio: :
express '
., plant, and it is hoped that work ofrebu'nding of killing his brother, Abel. [ji been my privilege to play opposite. I with the aged inventor's condit-7ri. fLfour ozv. ?Laundry

the plant can be begun 'in The word "overtaken" means,' ]feel'safe in predicting that within _._
about two weeks Mr. Moody will "surprised", "caught"" as we 'il.e year she will rank with the big- -- -

supervise the work and the employees catch criminals. I' gest of the screen's drawing cards. c;( : -t J"' S !S&: t.tIQ: :! -t ; .fCn
'of the light department will. as- "Fault" or" "trespass" as used inj J Feminine stars would be wise to Sr&

sist with the work. the verse Is not! so much a crimeas watch their laurels.In g Going to '
g
It is estimated that the city will a moral or spiritual wrong, a "Body and Soul," which was .

probably suffer a loss of approximately violation of the will and teachingsof adapted from the stage play of Elliot, | TYBEE or JACKSONVILLE BEACH? |

$5,000by the fire. There Christ. White Springs and A. E. Thomas,
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was but one insurance policy on the The "spiritual" are those who "Squadrons," complications of a sensational STOP AT

light plant. This was In the amouuntof have, accepted Christ ,and his teach- nature follow the arrest ofa I HOTEL SAVANNAH8

$10,000, of which $5,000 was on ings. In humility and not in that young American officer in the R. y y

electrical equipment and $5,000 on "I am holier than thou" fpirit in F. C. during the World War, when 3 Savannah, Ga. &

machinery. The} building was not which the Pharisee prayed In the he is accused of being in league as

insured. The new electrical equip- temple and which some' church. members well as in love with a woman Spy. | HOTEL SEMINOLE i

ment, which it will be necessary to assume. Myrna Loy, who gained a large Jacksonville, Fla. 5

purchase, will cost more than $5; "Bear ,ye one another's burdens, following by her siren roles in "The I MODERN FIREPROOF gK

000, as two generators, a swItchboard and so fulfill the law of Christ." Black Watch" and "Renegrades," Is

exciters and other equipment In verse 5 of the lesson Paul also also featured, as is Humphrey Bo- IN EVERY ROOM g
Radio Loud Speaker Rates Posted on Door &
; were a total loss. In December 1929. said "every man shall also her' his gart, former Broadway star who recently i
8 Electric Fan Soft Water ftp
. Ceiling -
a policy of $17,500 was taken out on own burden." I have never fully) un- appeared in the Fox Movie-

the building and machinery, but this rstood these two statements. One tones. "Up The River" and "A Devil MOST CENTRAL LOCATIONS '

expired in December 1930, althoughthe writer says. "Here are two texts of With Women." Other prominent d RATES

commissioners were unaware Scripture that appear to be contra members of cast are Donald Dilla- fj WITHOUT BATH $1.50 UP &

that the policy had lapsed, accordingto dictory. The contradiction, however, way, Ira MacLaren, Pat Somerset. / WITH BATH -s.5o; UP {J

statement of L. J. Pape, city ,man- is only) aparent. Two different Greek Donald Dray and Goodee 3 $
Montgom-I CHAS. Iii GRINER, Mgr,
1 ages. The policy for $10,000 had
J "'- ; words are translated by the English ery. Alfred Santell

peen properly renewed (?nr? wry I Jn word 'burden'' '. Tho first( means Afro- duction, t"' $&?3 "
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1 cup cold water Hatched in Tho Eagle's Nest
State Requested To 1 teaspoon salt

2 cups hot stock Lynn: Russell
Complete Road LinkJ. Paprika Excerpts from our own dlstionaryBabj Outdoor Life Calls to

1 large oran 'o -A far cry from tie! bedroom

2 slices pineapple, diced tothe kitchen.A .
H. Peoples, J. H. Frierson and I 1-4 cup diced cucumber small pink bundle men are Stars of Silver Screen !

I. E. Scott formed a committee which 1-2 cup fruit Juices afraid to handle. I .

appeared before the meeting of the I 1-4 cup mild vinegar j
state road department in St. Augus- 'Soak the in
gelatine coldwaterfor GOLFER-An habitue at afternoontees.
tine Wednesday relative to the con- 5 minutes, then dissolve In hot .

struction of the road from Main'sers meat stock. Add orange juice. Pour A busy executive on a businessA j f

Highway. Although the depart- some of thegelatine into a ring mold man separated from his wife I ._ 1 'I

ment would promise no immediate which has been dipped in cold wa by several clubs.A .
construction in the state,
anywhere
because of the decreased income of: ter. Divide the orange in sectionsand grotesquely dressed biped who ; /...{ {..... :. ..:... ... ...... .' / "{..:4z.
arrange in the bottom of the uses excessive profanity and is' ..tKM. .. :..:). .:...:".';::.:.". :' '.. ': .;.-=:. ... : .0. ://-L: ;2 fr.; ... .:{..+r
for the fis- ? .
the department coming : ::; .t .W:
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ring mold. When it begins to harden not fit to be in society if he ..1/i1WtIt: :.. t "" >>
cal :year, the engineers of the department add the meat, cucumbers, diced does not break 100. :;.tL::::> : :; : :; : :: firh.w' .. ,:, $ ,

are working with county pineapple and seasonings to the gel- _X ., : i/li: '" : .. .,-f: .bYe:: : ::;; :-; "' ". """'"; '''he' '
officials to obtain deeds to the land atine mixture. Put into the mold wP?:t!{ ,. W f4k ;r J
Realtor-A Florida exmillionaire.A .. ;
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w. = %;f..ii.1f.i..yw r
used as right-of-way for the route. chill andthe nserve on a platter gar- man who owns a safe full of. It lNf: ? fiJ r.: ftf3* ; c
R. L. Bow, of Fort Pierce, divis- nished with curly endive. worthless deeds. >' ::'::: dd'I'><: ?]: :: ::.. ..,N' ;....;:?:> ..:-.: 01 ': ';'i'r 111:
ion engineer, Is drawing''' up the necessary < =
One who deals in deals. c4l ::m./ : /':{ 'X'I: :< '" ;''j.y.o: i 7. >:
papers for owners of land .JJt*' ;t tL)};.
Young Wife: "The new nurse is ?f f
along the route to execute giving very scientific. She never lets any Flapper-An unselfish girl not en- ::'' 1--fJ. i.ri;: ; ft i i ?ft4t-iiffll1;WJ.'K fJffffi
f f1'i.1.Ft. fr
the right-of-way. to the state for the kiss the 'baby while she is around." tirely wrapped up in herself. I ::: 1J.lf. : 1il; :[ jif.}{ / : 1j f .fjff .

construction.It Husband: "Who. would?" What they called grandmotherwhen : .1.iW : iJt.WZtffff 'f.J. %;kw: t:.: {M;.q-A .. .9.
:
Is understood that practicallyall ..._.Y. .. ... {, 'n .0: .;;:> :-, ,,::o.SZv."U. .'F'.....".... .. ...:rd.. ......{...............,)> ,":
And the next day the nurse left. she stayed out too late ..'w/ l' ./.'''A 0.-" ,"";;;.''ij.Y..:,::'::W<:?>:Wfv/.w.J: : >,.:.:{'....*; "'."''h.''' "L .... ." .. ...'
1: t" :n' :' .
owners who have been reachedso -Fyr-Fyter. on a buggy ride when she wasa "Pl Jf\ : << {tn :-t. : ; ..., ..o'fm' L ?::. : .: .;:\
.lt
far hare agreed to give the right- girl.BootleggerOne. 4 A ; .wiJ ... ',;:: .::,":,::{::

ofwaywithout charge. Some of the "Mamma, why does the furnace y1thM: .w;;:}:i W:: I'I'p'l" &: ''-:'<:.:: .:::tit:: { .
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land is divided Into small five and shiver 77.rt.(0 { .
make and make- .
daddy funny of the village mag- <-i...: t W- ::L:M<:;.:::'::>:m:;" > .j o- : ::<<: ::-:':.:::: ::i ;
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ten acre tracts, which makes the faces and hiccup when he comes :: /f: :>::
up nets (Magnets). 1 ii ':: ;': :
f {i
work of locating all owners and obtaining from the cellar?".-Life. }. :ft tW VH j1 jJ
The only one nowadays who has I 4 .'" \ .......... .
w.... ., ..X. .
the required consent, a tedious any ready cash.A Vacation Days And New ".. -..;Z'f "": .;-J-'" ...'.:;:'.:';d::,-.--rf; ".:.,.::.,.::;.:.:..:.;.:.:.*::; .
Job. It Is hoped, however, to Says Waiter No. 1 to Waiter No.
new type of hard ware dealer. Hollywood Code Are t. : 2T4M
have the right-of-way clear by the 2 at the Baltimore last Friday: ; ,
Owner of the
most
popular hang-
time the department finds itself in "Mose, who is you waiting on today Lure To Simple Life :,.,; :., .:'<<.< -' .
out in town. : : .. :
:
p 4, ':;7.<;;.::;:;
shape to undertake any new con- those Opulists? And Sunny Beaches I :?! >';I, :<::%:' :;%::x
"No, brother, I'm in the big room 1' !t'i, :;: .: ; : ::' /
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struction in the state. This road has } -; :';"';''
Love-Where no score is made in a : .
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been before the department for con- with the 'Real'Eaters..' "-K. C. :tJ # tr: ':b
game of tennis. BREEZES, bright skies I / i 'J'. ;' J.. 'S: ; ":':
Realtor BALMY
sideration many times, and is undoubtedly A disillusionment often caused the Hollywood code :
new M tr J7 : ri.l: : 1 :
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one of the most needed all ... ; : :
"Pa," said the kid, "what is by indigestion.A which stresses- physical fitness, I .... .
roads in the state.C. lure the movie star to :
combine
weakness wishes to : -M--N
meant by being 'twixt the devil and a man 2;t{

V. Parkinson joined the com- the; sea?" share with a woman. strenuous outdoor activities during .:...{....::.:-".:. .. ..,,><<...: .fof-) r
"""':
mittee at the meeting, as did former the vacation period. 1 f. I
I "It is the position a man is in, I The word poets always use to : ;..", i ,
Many of the new contracts carry { f
Senator E. J. Etherldge, of DeSoto I "t ;
with above.
rhyme
o son, when the signals to
traffic cop
cancellation clauses which go into ,
I ,.. I
from localities ,
City. Delegations as I :'""';{':"$ : >: n. 1yw \-u: :I I
far north as Leesburg urged that stop and the back seat- driver or-. effect if the star is prevented by ill j I r'(}}*.w.,, : ... ". t&: ::i
Fl'ienO-One : .
ders him to go ahead, replied his we can impose upon ness from working for specified .
the department make this road part the most. has I .,'...... ...... .... ,
dad. periods. Good health, therefore, 1f r.: >
of a route from Leesburg. through A member of the Quaker sect. become a matter of supreme importance /- -

Sebring, Moore Haven, and Clewis- A retailer wrote to a firm ordering What we lack when we're down in the movie world. The :';iJ1.c} dt ,;: : } ;llJ

ton and on to Palm Beach and designate -: a supply of goods. In reply the and out.Anyone old days of starvation reducing "l'k : "f

the road a federal aid road. firm ordering wired. of the multitude that sur- diets, scant sleep, and artificial liv- II < < :

This matter will be given consider- "Cannot send goods until last round us when we're well cff. ing in general, have gone into the .I i:;: ;:J}

ation by the department at a later discard. i I.. .
consignment paid for. ....
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W.w.
Today the Hollywood menu calls 1 : lt <: > < .> :
meeting., The retailer replied: Exe-cutive--One who uses his foot for plenty of milk, eggs, beefsteak !1 iW.i1 if rt. :: ::? : :;
-Moore Haven Democrat
"Cancel order cannot wait
; so for paper weights. and sweets; emphasis upon the last : ,rc : .. .
long." One who knows: how to tell oth- being largely due to findings of i : <:;lfilf., :;O:::'-*;;>':"(:'.::.'.: "J::.:;;.";.

THE FIRST LAND OWNERIn ers to do what he can't. scientists in two eastern universities : fitlir': : >f:Frr.. ,,,, : .. ,' ./1
v.
d.-
Dentist "I'm but I'm out
: sorry, The man who can scare his office to the effect that sweets are I : ,;,;: : ;'
contracting to purchase a large of gas." boy. one of nature's best offsets to -

tract of land In Louisiana, the buyer I Sweet" Patient: "Ye gods, do den- The individual who has enough fatigue, and a quick source of new-
tists pull that old one, too!" Eight hours sleep each (Above) Beach golf gives Anita
submitted energy.
abstract
an of title to I __ capital to make more capital. night is the regular thing. Fresh I I Page good practice at one of her

his attorney. After examining the Author: "What do you think of The man who is not bawled out air, sports, games, the simple life- favorite games' and a fine work-out

title the lawyer pronounced it mer- this story? Give me your honest for being late at the office. all are recognized as needed anti- before .a swim. (At top) Bessie

chantable "as far back as it went," opinion." One who can afford to spend ;Isis! dotes to the glare and strain of the Love enjoys the simple life on the

but requested a complete record of Editor: "It's not worth anything" winters and summers away studios. farm and gets her fill of exerciseas
the title. a temporary farmhand.can .
from his work.
Author: l'I know, but tell me Endurance Needed
The seller's attorney replied as The fellow whose secretary can Physical
anyway. Anita tell if she has her body under
follows: make a fool of him. "Every actress, says Page
"needs as much physical enduranceas control. As an actress is before
"There are no records or archives any champion of sports affairs the public: her every move is .
available which concern the title to :Married-A bachelor's dream and a for although the work is mental the noticed and if her muscles are de- "

the above described land any further married man's nightmare.A strain is just as trying." Anita veloped through exercise she will -

back than the United States government ship on which people go out to swims, rides and plays golf. She be able to handle herself with -

4 see then wish they hadn't. says she had always imagined golf .0Both""race '

"However, I believe from histor- ILrL: The thirteen original colon'cs was a slow, enjoyable game for the ,' Anita and Bessie are emphatic
ical each became a state. Marriage older generation, but that she has in welcoming the passing of
standpoint, I can enlighten you
the now, extinct cult of the boyish
is : state that becomes colony found a real thrill in it.
as to the title In such away that a a
which led
1 Bessie Love adds her testimonyto :figure so many Holly
the objections have pointed out y. wood actresses into them-
you l the value of sports and exercise."If starving
will be waived The builder of a few happy hOll.Sand you have noticed the way a girl selves into poor health and. physical

"This land was acquired by the many unhappy ones. 'walks or sits down," she says, "you breakdowns. '*

United States Government in 1803

by purchase from France under what EdItor-A self-made man.

we now refer to as the Louisiana A man who sleeps between :.lie I Il Ir

Purchase. sheets r

The busiest lazy man in fie:
"France
acquired possession of the
land by conquest as the result of a world.-American Eagle. l j i

successful war with Spain.

"Spain acquired possession of the Little Cans For REORGANIZATION OF.
land by virtue of the fact that a f I

young man In her service by the The Southern i
Sugar CompanyThe
name of Ohristopher Columbus, on Little Kitchens

the 12th day of October, 1492, discovered -

It and claimed it for Spain. Plan and Agreement, dated April 1, 1931, for the reorganization fi i

Columbus got his authority for IYII of The Southern Sugar Company has been approved by j

making the aforesaid voyage and t n1V more than eighty per cent of the Secured Creditors of the said I

discovery from Ferdnand and Isa- Company and by more than seventy per cent of its Unsecured !
bella, the king and queen of Spain. Creditors. More than seventy per cent of each class of stock of 1
The Southern Sugar Company and of The Clewiston Company ;
"Ferdnand and Isabella
got their- have been deposited under the Plan and additional deposits are i
authority for sponsoring the voyage bring received daily. '
from the Pope of Rome. In view of the widespread acceptance of the Plan by all claues" t tI

"The Pope of Rome got his authority of interests, the undersigned desire to make it possible for all creditors ;
by virtue of the fact that he of The Southern Sugar Company and all stockholders of that

said he was the Vicar of Christ on I I, Company, The Clewiston Company and Dahlberg Corporation of
earth. America to have the benefits of participation under the Plan.
Therefore, the time within which creditors and stockholders may (
"Christ got his authority by the without penalty, deposit claims and stock, and within which t
fact that he was the Son of God, and r f stockholders of The Southern Sugar Company and stockholders -x

God created the earth.Submitted SC t of Dahlberg Corporation of America may exercise the rights of ,
by John Henry Smith, in the t ntio subscription to securities of the New Company contemplated "
Florida Realty Journal by the Plan has been extended until the close of business on

August 18, 1931.
Claims and stock must be deposited with the following Deposi-

Jellied Meats For taries:
Equipment Claims, Unsecured Claims and Receivers Certificates i C
I I: Central Hanover Bank and Trust Company, 70 Broad-

Warm Day Menus ., way, New York City. j
Land Claims, Central Farmer Trust Company, West Palm I Ii

I, Beach, Florida. .
The delightful days of spring and i Stock of all classes of The Southern Sugar Company, Central !
early summer conspire tokeep us THERE.i. is no caste distinction ten list of canned foods, she said, fI' Hanover Bank and Trust Company, 70 Broadway, New York i
out-of-doors and so it -is necessary In the Corner Grocery Store. "I want the 8-ounce size of apple City, or Union Guardian Trust Company, Congress and Gris- !

to plan meals which Endives, artichokes and Brussels sauce, asparagus tips, beans, wold Streets, Detroit, Michigan, or California Trust Company, I
are to
easy sprouts lay exposed to the gaze beets, blackberries, carrots and 629 South Spring Street, Los Angeles, California. .I
prepare or which may be prepared of the hoi polloi like common cabbages cherries-and, oh, yes-add. an Stock of all classes of The Clewiston Company, County Trust
earlylnthe day. Jellied meats as onions or potatoes.Up eight-ounce can of shrimps. Company of New York, 80 Eighth Avenue, New York City.
the main dish are ideal for this, be- on the shelves a big bloom- The grocer's large forceps Copies of the Plan and Agreement may: be obtained from any
cause they are satisfying and may Ing can of peaches awaited its clinched the trembling can of of the Depositaries above mentioned or from the undersigned and
be placed In the refrigerator early buyer, next to a tiny can of shrimps and it fairly tumbled any inquiries with respect thereto should be addressed to the

Jnthfr- day."What shrimps. from the shelf.In undersigned.
"Where do you think you'll get I
to do with the remains of the bride's sweet little
in the world, "
!
Sunday's lamb roast is answered scoffed the big you poor of shrimp kitchenette, the can of shrimps I REED, ADLER & CO., BITTING, INCORPORATED
can peaches.
beautifully inthis jellied lamb dish," The shrimps trembled to the bad "arrived." It listened rap Associate Reorganization Manager, Reorganization Manager,
724 South Street 52 Wall Street,
Spring ,
turously to the conversation
Inez as
says S. Williams, home economics depths of Its eight ounces and '
Los California. New York City.
Angeles,
director made Its lid was out off with a cnn-
for no reply.
the National Live
I II
Stock and Meat Board Enter-A Customer opener, I
"Aren't they cute, John-these I Dated, August 6, 1931.
Jellied Lamb Just then a customer entered. little eight-ounce cans? "And they j i
1 cup cooked lamb. She looked ___
extremely newly-wed. are so practical. You gee they
2 tablespoons gelatin3 Handixir the trocar a neatly writ hold Just enough"*

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