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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 13, 1931
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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ONE KILLED, TWO I TEACHERS'HELD ASSOCIATION IN FORT MYERSThe I DRAINAGE POLICY FEDERAL LOCATED DREDGE T NEAR SARASOTA HICPOCHEE COMMUNITY JOINS



I Southwest Florida Teachers' FORMED BY BOARDOF MOORE HAVEN, FLA., Nov 13- IN
ARMISTICE!
INJURED IN FIGHT Association was held in the Edison The U.S. government dredge "Sara- DAY

sota," has moved from its locationnear
Park Auditorium, in Fort Myers,
Monday and Tuesday November9th COMMISSIONERSCANALS LaBelle and is now in the CELEBRATION HERE
OVER POOL GAMECORONERS and 10th. Ii mouth of the canal at Lake Hicpo-I .

chee on its way to Moore Haven to
The Fort, Myers High School Orchestra -
ARE FOR PROTECTION I begin dredging the Three Mile HIGH SCHOOL LAWN IS SCENE
presented the first numberon
JURY RETURNS VER- OF PROPERTY 'VITHINEVERGLADES Canal from the Locks here to the I OF SHORT PATRIOTIC
the program and did honor to
DICT OF SELF DEFENSE PROGRAM
their school. lake.The
FOR HARLEM NEGRO dredge is being forced to waitat I

Dr. W. S. Cawthon, state super- the mouth of the canal for water
West Palm Beach, Nov. 10__ Policy Assembling on the beautiful lawnof
intendent of public instruction gavea of the Everglades Drainage enough to permit it to move on the local high school Wednes-
One negro is dead and two others very interesting and helpful ad-t
the canal to Moore Haven.
board intended as a declaration of through day, the Clewiston legion post, mem-
wounded as the result of an argument dress. 'I
in ( methods of future procedure and as The locks below the dredge have bers of the student body of the local -

Harlem over a five cent pool A coroner's game Dr. Edward Conradi president of!a guide for the general manager in been closed in an attempt to hold school and residents of Clewis-
Saturday night. the Florida State College for Wo- the water back until canal is
than three hours the discharge of his duties, was officially the ton gathered to take part in fitting
jury, after more : and spoke to the !full for this
men was present at I enough purpose. ceremonies
verdict adopted a meeting of the marking the thirteenth

]delibeartion Monday of ,self returned defense, against a the high schoo-l department. Monday of-i board here today.Of The dredge will then dig its way anniversary of the cessation of the
ternoon. j out into the lake and move to the world war.
negro firing the fatal shots. 10 major points setting forth '
Dr. Ludd M. Spivey, president of east side where it is 'scheduled to
] that the board Is primarly interested In striking contrast to the cold
According to eye witnesses to the Southern delivered the dredge a hydraulic section near
College, eve-
in drainage and reclamation, nine mud soaked fields where thirteen
shooting, Robert Cue, the dead negro iiing address Monday, to a large Bacom's point a work which Is
i were unanimously passed while C. years ago hundreds of thousands of
his brother Leon, and Holly audience. I part of the construction of experi-
E. Simmons of Okeechobee City vot- valliant soldiers lay waiting for the
Thompson, who fired the shots were I mental levees being built by the fed
table Dr. J. Paul Leonard, a member: ed against the adoption of a point armistice to be signed, a delightfully -
playing pool on a miniature I eral government on the lake project.
when Leon of the faculty of Williams and stating that the drainage canals are warm summer day greeted those
late Saturday night Captain Richard and a crew of
and Mary's College, delivered two. for of who had to take
A not the purpose controlling or come part; in the
walked out without paying. heat- twenty-seven men are in charge of
ed argument ensued which ended in very interesting and instructive ad Ii attempting to control the level of this mammoth dredge.GOVERNOR ceremonies here. The warm Floridasun

a'three cornered fist fight betweenthe dresses. Lake Okeechobee and are primarilyfor beamed down on the gatheringas

two Cues ,and Thompson. Someof I I drainage and reclamation. a light breeze gently swayed the

-:;' the witnesses at the coroners Simmons in his objection stated SHOWS ;national colors.

)) hearing said Robert Cue stabbed SHERIFF COLLINS that he placed protection of life i The spirit' of war gave way to the

'- Thomas in this preliminary fight above protection of property and also I spirit of peace and harmony as the

y. while others differed on that point. DRAWS SIX YEARCONSPIRACY held that the point as adoptedover COUNTY WILL GET few short talks were made by mem-

bers of the local legion post. Noneof
Witnesses to the shooting say the his objection would primarily

trio were separated'and' Thompsonleft benefit lands contiguous to a given $65,448.81 FUNDSANNUAL the stirring orations that roused

the building to return in a few TERM canal while residents of the entire the patriotism of a country duringthe

district had borne of days of the war were made. The
minutes. When he re-entered the part the expense -

room he was met at the door by of construction and main DISTRIBUTION OF GAS speakers. In quiet, solemn tones,

Leon Cue and then another general I OKEECHOBEE OFFICIAL AND tenance. TAX FUND IS AID TO called not for war, but for peace;
not for' destruction but for
mix-up occurred between the three DEPUTY FOUND GUILTY In adopting the policy the board HENDRY COUNTY carryingon
the activities of a peace loving
negroes. Leon was shot through they IN FEDERAL COURT went on record to explain that the -

I body and. Robert grappled with new action will not become effective Tallahassee, Nov. 10.-(Special) nation;

Thompson from the back. Unable to until three days after the next meet- -Governor Doyle E. Carlton today Those taking active part in the

free himself from Robert, Thompson -I William (Pogy Bill) Collins, Ing in December in order that peopleo said Hendry county, its schools and program were: Post Commander W.

i turned his pistol over his shoulder -I sheriff Okeechobee county was the district might have full opportunity its property owners will benefit ma-::C. Owen F., Deanne Duff. J. E.Beardsley .

l and fired two shots into the found guilty in federal court in '' to study the policy and en- terially from the administration. and Paul Deam. Ministers

I brain of his assailant who fell to the Miami Tuesday for conspiracy to 'I'ter complaints if necessary. The sponsored gasoline and' motor vehicle -|;''assisting were: Rev. W. T. Bailey

floor dead. violate the prohibition laws. With board also reserved the right to tax laws passed by the 1931J(pastor of the First Church of Clew-

the Okeechobee sheriff, one of his legislature. iston, Rev. Francis J. Finnega.....
fired \
After the first shot was I make any changes deemed advisable

some of the witnesses were not deputies, Lee Brewer was also I at the next meeting but .It was the The gasoline tax law, recently up- (rector of St. Margaret's Catholic

clear as to what happened. "They found guilty. Both posted $5.000 consensus of opinion of board held as valid by the Florida supreme church. The singing was led by ,

had went said. bond and were allowed 90 days in will stand court will Miss Mae Drew, of the local school}
they members that the policy give Hendry. county

The negro, ,Holly Thompson. was I which to appeal the United States Ias'I adopted today.Highlights $65,448.81 this year, the chief exe- faculty. .
District Court of Appeals. Collins i
later arrested by Sheriff Delaney for I I of the 10 major cutive said.

J the killing. and Brewer were each sentenced to(I I points compiled by W. I. Evans attorney The automobile license tax law Weekly Fights Draw
,. six years in federal. pri Qn.,yesterdayby
....."."" ,..., ."" {;,;'-' > Judge, Halsted L. RItter. -and. F. C. Elliott, consulting will give Hendry county's public
[engineer, are as follows: schools $16,024.38 this year to insure Increasing Crowds
Florida Leads 32 They were found guilty on three all children In
i'i 1. That the several canals, control the county a
counts. the first charging conspiracy of water levels therein and all I minimum of eight months free education
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) to transport and sell liquor,I I : Two, 135-pound fighters of Clewis-
j States In Building other structures or ,works shall be he added.
and the fifth and sixth each charging ton joined in the local arena here
!I (Continued on page 6) "These two tax measures", Gov-
transportation of 500 cases of Tuesday night for the final bout on

Orlando, ,No. 11.-Florida build- liquor in railroad box cars from the!! ernor Carlton said, "have gone a a seven contest card staged by Joe
long way to preserve the credit of
ing permits for September exceeded Sherman mills of the St. Andrews Cato and Ed Butler The fighters.
the counties to establish schoolson
our
those of August by $142,373, and Bay Lumber Company in 1929. HUNTING SEASON "Wild Bill" Douglas and "Gallop-
a solid financial basis and to re-
the Florida total exceeded those for Maximum sentence provided is four ing" Gomez clashed for four roundsof

32 other states, according to the Na- years in the ,federal penitentiary on, lieve general" property from heavytax hectic slugging with the decision
GETS UNDER WAY burdens.
tional Monthly Building Survey pre- each count or a total of 12 years. !:!' awarded to Gomez.As .
I "Then too, there is the fact that
pared S. W. Straus & Co. of the opening number two ,55-
by Judge Halsted LRitter :with
the state ad valorem tax has been
New York City.Commenting. drew the .second.'- third and fourth r. HERE NEXT FRIDAY reduced greatly and in two years pound youngsters breezed in the

on this showing of counts, each charging transportation -I should be eliminated entierly. New I ring to battle out a draw. Jack

I seasonal upturn' in construction, the of automobile trucks of liquor" revenues already provided, particul-. Wynn and Owen Winn pushed the

Florida Association of Real Estate from Fort Pierce to Okeechobee. GAME IN EVERGLADES PLENTY arly the state inheritance tax, will(leather around for three rounds,

: Boards calls attention to the fact Collins and Brewer were tried last i II FUL THIS YEAR GAME accomplish this." with the' decision being awarded to

that the total of $1,210,879 for May on a similar indictment growing OFFICIAL SAYS The governor said Hendry coun- Owen Winn. The previous Tuesday

September, exceeded state totals for out of the same allegation of ty's general property taxes would these two young pugilists mixed It

Alabama, Arkansas', Arizona, Colo- facts in connection with the ship- The season for hunting duck in: have been much higher this year for three rounds to a draw.

: rado, Delaware, Georgia, Idaho ment of' liquor from the lumber Florida: opens at noon November 20 but for the funds returned to the Charles Daub, 60-pound LaBelle

: ) Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, mill. The case ended in a mistrial. and closes at sunset Dec. 19. hunters county and the county school system scrapper. easily won a decision over

Maine, Mississippi. Montana, Ne- The three defendants took the lin Hendry county are warned by Col. from the gasoline ,and motor vehicle James Winu, 60, of Clewiston.

braska, Nevada, New Hampshire, stand in their own defense Tues- Harold P. Shelton. game conservation I tax revenues. Daub's short piston-like punches in

New Mexico, North Carolina, North day and closed their case with the officer of the U. S. Biological Survey. "It is true the schools will suffers the opening round of the contest

't Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode calling of four character witnesses. II: Heretofore the hunting season in I me embarrassment before the automobile early established his advantage over

Island, South Carolina, South Dakota -'I license tax revenues are received the less experienced Clewiston lad.
Sheriff Collins denied flatly all Florida has opened on Novemberfirst
I Utah Vermont Virginia I I I Young Winn showed the makings ofa
Tennessee
in December and January,
made him but due to the depletion of
I allegations against by'I )
Washington and West Vir fighter all through the melee by
government witnesses :Monday. He birds by last year's general droughtcondition j[he stated. "It will ultimately, however and
ginia. place our common schools on taking the LaBelle boy's jabs
said that he didn't even know that\ throughout the country the into Daub's
sending some of his own
\ Florida cities which showed an I liquor was being shipped from the season was shortened this year to a sound financial basis.

increase over August according to lumber mills and that when Orby I one month. "Many counties have accumulated body.

the report were, Arcadia, Auburn- a floating indebtedness which must Edward Ward. 89. entered the
reported
A. Home, checker at the mills, The game conservation officer stat- i
dale, Coral Gables, Eustis, Ft. that "Thomas has !be paid before much tax relief is next chapter with a determination to
more
some
ed that the season was to open at
Myers, Greater Palm Beach; Key felt. The program of relief, how even scores with Luther Lowe. who
liquor at the mills" he presumedthat noon this year instead fit at sunriseas
West, Lakeland, Lake Worth, Lees- Horne meant that J. Arthur customary because in the past so ever, is definitely established." I won a decision over Ward in last
burg Miami Miami Beach Ocala, week's card. Both these lads show-
,
,
{ Thomas, superintendent "was just many fowl were killed at the break of
Palatka, St. Augustine, St. Petersp1 ed improvement in their blockingand
drinking again. day, however the game officer said, Weeks Made Receiver I
since their last mix-up.
burg, Vero Beach, Winter Haven hitting
Peter Tomassello. sr.. and Peter "the ducks get wise that the hunting de-
close
.. and Winter Park. Felix Helvenson won a
: ( Continued on page 6) I alert.season"- Is on and they are on the Building Material Co. ( Continued on page 6))


CHARLEY BtENNETT, Mel A. Bass, warden for
game
T. W. Weeks. of Moore Haven was
OKEECHOBEE TRUCK Practice Stressed For parts of the Everglades, reports gameis appointed by Circuit Judge George Ford Dealership Opens

FARMER KILLED BY SON plentiful in the Everglades this W. Whitehurst Wednesday as re- This Week In Clewiston

Sugarland Minstrel I| year. and that cooperation of all ceiVefr for the Clewiston Building

Charley Bennett, who died in an I I j hunters is requested by the department Material company, upon the resignation authorized Ford
of an
Opening
the wild animals
Arcadia hospital Tuesday was nota to protect of 'J. G. Allhands, and Roy D.
resident of Moore Haven as was With slightly more than a week i'I from being killed by unlicensed Stubbs which took effect.that day. dealership in Clewiston was announced -

reported in press dispatches Wed- before presentation of the Sugarland hunters. The state game depart- Application for discharge was this week by the Murray Motor

nesday. ,Mr. Bennett and his family Minstrel, local talent production, to,:: ment has limited funds to be used made by Allhands and Stubbs sometime company, in the location formerly

moved to Okeechobee some time last be staged here November 23 and 24, to stationing game wardens In the ago, and notices were sent out occupied by the company at the

year from Wauchula. He was en- the characters were put throughtheir :1 I woods, but they are preparing to early in the month stating their In-I I Sugarland Service station on Sugar-

paces in rehearsal Wednesday|j rigorously prosecute all who are from their land highway. .
gaged in truck farming near the I tentions to be relieved
order details before the courts for violation W. H. Webb. former office manager -
shores of the lake. night. In to perfect of brought official ,duties. Together ,with their
the production, Mrs. G. O. Wallace I i of the game laws. resignations the receivers filed a I of the Moore Haven Sales company
In a family quarrel while celebrat- has been placed here as manager -
director has called rehearsals to be ,
H. L. of Hendry
ing his 48th birthday anniversary. I Sheriff DeLaney statement of accounts of the company !
the salesand service depart-
for
held each night next week, and all
county has been requested by Gover- which was accepted by the court.
Mr.Bennett was shot through the : will remain
Harold Johnson,
taking part in the minstrel are I nor Carlton to lend his services toward Mr. Weeks is to take charge of the ments.
head by his son. He died the next i superin-
I shop
the as
day. urged to attend the full rehearsals. enforcing the game laws. In company immediately, and was In with company

"The Filming of Uncle Tom's' his letter the governor explainedthat Clewiston yesterday in his official tendent.
Establishment of a display room
Cabin." one number of the entertainment although separate enforcement capacity.
COMMISSIONERS; APPOINTED change- of quarters of
and possibly
whose all-male cast stressedthe officers were 'nominally provided to
will take place later it
Chairman Robert W. Bentley and finer points of their number protect wild game the department LIGHTS INSTALLED the garage

W. A. Shands were last week appointed Wednesday. is guaranteed by the was lacking sufficient fundsto Lights on the basket ball court was said Since the closing of the

) to continue their posts on the actors to provide roars of laughter provide adequate protection. here were installed this week. Practices Ford agency at Moore Haven the

IF' Florida state highway commission by when it is presented to the public.. Sheriff DeLaney will cooperate with are being held each night by Murray company will have a wide

Governor Carlton. here November 23 and 24< the game departments the local teams. range of territory.Ce .

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NEWS I izes the enormous task of raising difficulties and generates the patri-. Writer of Song UnknownThe an outstanding feature of the fair
THE CLEWISTON
funds and the distribution. otic faith that "moves mountains." Library of Congress says It baa The Johnny J. Jones Exposition

Published every Friday in Clev/lston,I Another benefit of the plan as It achieves more than the in the past conducted exhaustive re shows, largest of American midway

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, outlined by Walter S. Gifford is that skillful materialism. It will suffer I search In order to find the history of caravans, will again furnish the fun

Inc. the givers will realize when ample anything and come from the the song "All Through the Night"' All plaza attractions. \ '
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funds have been donated and when refined, like a tempered sword It has been able to find la that It la avery (

Entered as second class matter. the need for the relief ceases they blade.It old traditional Welsh song and

February 1. 1927, at the Post Officeat will be assured that no further do- Is beyond price. Skill and brains the composer !. 'unknown. A SANITARY SHOP

Clewiston, Florida, under the Act nations will be asked for the work.
may be purchased and held for sale,
of March 3, 1897. Under the local organizations plan but never true loyatly.It SOUTH FLORIDA CARNIVAL ALL Barbers Try To Conduct

when the need for relief is passed, COMMITTEE MAKES PLANS Shops of Cleanliness.
donations will not be solicited. was loyalty that builded the TO SURPASS ALL RECORDS
devoted to the best
A newspaper BUT We Go Beyond That
British Empire-loalty to high tra-
ofa
County, Florida. When a recognized representative
interests of Hendry ditions of honour justice and integrity Point And Give You ,Sanitary
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Its local organization calls- for aid, Tampa, Nov. 11.-With the date ,
leading newspaper.
freely worked into the woof and Florida Service In All Kinds Of Barber
contribute your part as as of the opening of the South
of this stubborn island race
Subscription rate: per year ....--.$2.00 possible. for warp thousand Fair and Gasparilla Carnival less Work
a years. than three months 'away, all departments -
Outside of State of Florida ......$2.50
much WE MAKE A SPECIALTYOF
I THE SUGAR ENTERPRISE Never were true loyalties so of the big exposition have

SAVED I needed as now. Many of the peoplesof been put, ,in operation for an active

Advertising rates furnished on ap- the world are passing through campaign to shatter all previous RAINWATER SHAMPOOS

plication. The action of Judge Whitehurstof conditions which are causing widespread records for attendance, and for the

the circuit court :yesterday in au- distress and suffering. It is,I number of exhibits, displayed. CIVIC CENTER

Business office Clewiston News, thorizing sale of the Southern Sugar by loyalty that we shall come to I Premium awards will total $40-

Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and, company property now in receivership our own again-patient unswerving I 000, the largest amount of cash BARBER SHOP

means that the Clewis- loyalty to our friends, to our. country -I ever offered at a Florida exposition.
Nolon El Conner, Prop.
Advertising, same. I ton enterprise will be continued. A and to our obligations. in respect -, Every phase of agriculture and industrial -

reorganization group representing to people and nations. who al-:;.I endeavor- In the state has

Telephone 339 substantial majorities of all classes though sometimes alien to our blood been covered in the competitions
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ready to buy in the property for the I the great scheme of common hu- club departments.The .:":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":00:":":":":":":":
ARMISTICEWednesday
purpose of running it. The new I manity. seventeenth annual poultry

the thirteenth anniver- backers appear to be financially show will be greater than ever in C. E. STEBEL

strong enough to handle the require- NOT A PUBLIC ,UTILITYThe 1932 and in conjunction with it will
of the signing of the armistice in
sary ments and have already shown their be held the American Poultry Association Dealer

was celebrated by the civilized faith by advancing upwards of a supreme court of the United Florida Exposition, the General Electric Refrigerators

world. Minds of the people were carved quarter million dollars to the receivership States has held in a case coming be- classic of southern bird shows.
back to the days of blood shed Electrochef StovesRadios
management.The fore it from Detroit that a news Citrus dusplays in competitive
and anguish and they were reminded -
indicated success of effort to er is not required to sell pap-I classes will be made by counties, and
of the joy caused by first news Supplies
keep the Clewiston sugar industry all advertisers on equal terms. communities, individual growers and Radio
that the war had ceased. Repairing
going will' be a tremendously important issue arose when the referee of al I packers while, a special classification

Thirteen years ago the public factor in the immediate and bankrupt concern who sought has been established for canners. I I. Pahokee Florida A


thoughts mind had of been that so the strained public was on I future prosperity of Fort Myers and space in the Detroit Times and De- i The South Florida Fair will get '...-......... .. .................................. .... ..............
war 'this vicinity. A large volume of local troit News and was refused admis- underway on Tuesday, Feb. 2 and ." . . . .
crying for peace. The fact that the I 13. pro-'I..N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.M.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.1..N..
retail trade arises from the sugar sion until he had agreed to pay ob- continue through February

United 'States emerged victorious. company payrolls and expendi ligations incurred before the con- fessional automobile races are I
and proved to the world the AJVIVUAl; AND OWNERS MEETING
suprem- tures. Manufacturing and agricul- cern went into bankruptcy. An scheduled for the opening and clos- DISTON ISLAND DUAINAGP

acy of the American soldier was lit- tural operations create a seasonal agreement was made. The trustee ing days with famous track and DISTRICTThe

tle in comparison to the news that 'demand for many classes of labor, refused to pay the claims and the speedway stars In competition. Each annual land
owners meeting of
"the war is over. I:including skilled, common and white matter went to court. afternoon and evening a program Diston ,Island Drainage District will

Today as we look around we findno 1:collar workers. Fort Myers is the contentions that comprised of more than 40 sensational be held at the Court House in :Moore
Among the was a
Haven. the 4th
Florida on Friday
armistice declared between I j'I region in which the sugar enterpriseis newspaper, like a railroad. ware- circus, hippodrome and day of December 1931. at 3:00 o'clock .

crime and civilized government, no' developing and now that it is approaching house and other utilities is clothed]I vaudeville features will be presented P. M.

armistice on petty political graft.I i a sound and permanent it I in front of the grand stand and The purpose of this meeting is to
with a public interest making
elect one member of the Board of Supervisors -
and no armistice on'sin.. And yet I footing there is good reason to, expect subject to regulation. The supreme I each night there will be a mam- to fill the expiring term of

the state of mind is such to predi I increased business from that court's opinion after citing numer- moth display, of spectacular fire- i R. Y. Patterson business and to transact suchother
: as properly be
may
cate such a series of armistices. We. direction.In "that i works.
ous authorities, concluded a presented.
readjusting ourselves to The Dutch village, replica of
are rapidly
law J. E. FRIERSON.
the course of various hearings newspaper is not a common '
economic and social conditions. Edam. Holland, has been rebuilt and Chairman Board of Supervisors.
before Judge Whitehurst impressive business clothed with a public inter-
Soon the nation will be as ready to enlarged under the direction of J. M. COUSE
testimony has been submitted to est. Objections 'to the referee's find- Secretary.NO. .
force an armistice on crime as it I Klaas Dursma and promises to be
222. Nov. 13, 20.
6.
show that a sugar cane industry can ings of fact and conclusions of law .

was thirteen years ago to rejoice at be operated profitably at Clewiston. are over-ruled, and the report of : _
the signing of the armistice to cease
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agree on this point and it also Is the The case is of interest not only to I

When the public emphatically decides judgment of successful financiers.The advertisers. but to the public in gen- : ENJOY TWO WEEKS AT FLORIDA'S i
it has enough ,of crime crime
; failure of the Dahlberg companycan
eral. Occasionally a concern will pre-
will be greatly reduced. Newspapershave be traced to unfortunate expen- sent copy' which the management of : ,FOREMOST HEALTH INSTITUTIONThe t

been severely criticized for dients and unavoidable circum-
a newspaper considers highly objec- :
carrying so news stories of "I only 50000.00 Baths in Florida with t
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many stances which are not apt to recur.It tionable and unfair. It does not have separate departments

criminal activities. And yet the met the fate of many pioneering to be accepted.-Lakeland Ledger. :: for men and women.giving thorough drugless treatments, that :f.

newspapers are doing more toward businesses which tried to make too comprise modern methods of restoring health with decisive re- Iy .'-J ,
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eradication of organized crime than quick work of a good thing. It gain- STORY WITH A MORALWe suIts at astonishingly low rates. :/s.;: (

any other organization. The news- ed experience at an extravagantcost Excellent hotel accomodations baths t
treating rooms, sun baths
papers are presenting the crimes as which ruined its financial struc- ran across the following story and gymnasium under one roof. House physician in attendance

they happen. People become inter- ture. This experience does not showin I with a moral in our trade journal: always. Tiled ,mineral water pool adjoining baths.
ested. They want to read more. Then the present balance sheet but it I.

when they fully realize the serIous- is none the less a valuable asset to I A tale going the rounds in Phoenix Treatments recommended for Stomach disorders, Eczema, Skin '

ness of crime in their own cities, which the reorganized company will tells how an old batchelor found :E Eruptions, ''Kidney Diseases', Neuritis. Arthritis, Rheumatic and ..

they revolt against it. fall heir. II attached to a pair of socks a note liver Disorder. ';5:

from a factory girl. pining for a
(I it for t Write for free descriptive folder
RELIEF CAMPAIGNS I Fort Myers can take grant- soul mate. He responded and after
I I led that the has been saved
industry waiting with high hopes for some
DR. BARTH'S HOTEL AND BATHS
I the .
Throughout the United States and that it will be expanded by days received this:'

new management. In the meantimeno l., One Spring: Boulevard :
there are now being staged a seriesof Dear Mr. Blank: Your note ad- t
opportunity should be neglectedto S1FETY HARBOR FLORIDA
1' ,
: S
relief campaigns dressed to pleased :
unemployment my mamma,
contacts with mel I
establish additional i '=

each campaign being conducted by the Clewiston region. One of the very much. I am now eighteen years .:..:w-:.. :w:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ....:..:.. ..:....:.....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::; :.: :..:..:..:..:._.:..)-
local organizations for the common old. It's odd you should have been
necessities to closer associa-

good to bring about a congestionof tion prime is the completion of the cross-' all this time getting her note but I 0 e 0 !.........-.-..'..-...................,.............!...........-...'............-.-......-.......................................-.........................,.........:.-....o..J. idle manpower. suppose the merchant from whom .
state road from LaBelle to the Lee

Although the campaigns are be-I county line. It is about time public you bought the socks did not adver- What Last ?

ing conducted by local civic organi- attention was again riveted on this Use..-Fort Meade Leader. t Happened Night

zations it is all a part of a definite improvement. Without it Fort I
x
which has been SECRETARY HYDE URGES
plan worked out by I Myers loses much of the advantageof

leaders of thought in the nation. The proximity to Clewlston and the PREVENTION OF FARM FIRES x Last night, while you were asleep,

plan, as outlined by Walter S. Gif- region whose future Is so materially j t:, half the world was busily engaged
ford chairman of the By Spuds Johnson
president's or-
enhanced by the development just I in the business of living. Ships were

ganization on unemployment, is for witnessed in circuit court.Ft.. Secretary of Agriculture Arthur
the Atlantic crowds
sailing
each local unit to sponsor the rais- Myers Press. M. Hyde makes a plea to farmersand wereswarming

ing of funds within the territory to rural community residents of i the streets of ChiLa,

be served by the local organizations, THINK houses were burning, people were
DID YOU EVER STOP TO the United States to reduce the huge

and for these funds to be distributed -I annual fire loss on farms estimatedat t laughing, playing and working. '

within the territory in which the Okla. in and 3. :t
By Edson R. Waite, Shawnee, $100,000.000 property -

funds are raised. This plan has its Hone J. T. M. Anderson premierof 500 lives ,The Tampa Morning Tribune brings
merits. The people who will be call- I I
ed upon to make donations for sucha Saskatchewan says: The secretary pointed out that J you complete news of the world every
That. few elements contributemore every fire prevented represents that I' morLing.
worthy undertaking will be
more
to human happiness and well
much gain for a community The reduction -
interested in
giving relief to their "
,being than "Loyalty. in the farm fire lossis
average
', SERVICE IN
own people than they would in makIng CLEWISTON
In its personal application it is equal to that much increase in
donations to national
some or- the epitome of the doctrine of the the agricultural income. Farm fire X

ganization to parcel the funds I Nazarene. and in its general acceptance property losses are about one-fifth 20c Weekly 85c Monthly
t
throughout the entire country. The I
it is the buckler and bulwark of those for the nation and the loss
people know that funds raised for
: of nations. There is no vertue more of life is about one-tenth. A major-
use locally will be distributed
wisely
: splendid. and few more universally ity of the farm fires are preventable, I
Tribune
and
although they are certain the ; .Tampa Morning
esteemed. Without it there can be Secretary Hyde declared. He men- _,_ .
funds
given to a recognized national I
no true patriotism. nor can there tioned as the principal causes ot Florida
organization are put to the best Tampa
,
be personal fidelity. It be mistaken I
I may farm fires; defective chimneys and,
use, they will not feel that they .
in its attachments but the
flues, sparks on combustible roofs,
themselves have the personal supervision I ... .. ..... ..... ....
J I spirit of Its very mistakes may have lightning, careless use of matchesand I 0 0.0000 0 :<< -o- : : : :oo"r : : :
when
as given to local units.In .
virtue. smoking. spontaneous ignitionof
this national campaign for
ployment relief there is national unem-effort Its practice builds nations and cements agricultural products careless .: :":":":":":":":":-:":":":":":":":":":":":":":":": :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:
the whole fabric of human re handling and storage of gasoline '
but national
no fund.
lationship. Its application to ideals and kerosene defective wiring. and Couch Turbine Pumps i
The
national organizations for ,
re- adds a spiritual leaven to life and improper use of electrical appli-
lief work occupy a secondary post'n -
justifies faith in humanity.It ances. I

in this campaign. The scope of is admirable alike in the fam- Local organization backed up by for

national organizations is ordinarilyto ily and in the council chamber of individual effort is one of the most

relieve sufferings caused by disasters the nation. It elevates the humble. effective means of reducing farm Economical Drainage and Irrigation
in the
various sections and I
and nothing so becomes those in and rural community fires. Secre-
not to relieve an economic conditionthat
the seats of the mighty.It tary Hyde said. He urged communities -
exists throughout the nation. was his recognition of this inherent -
to organize for fire protection
The term local Geo. W. Fowler Inc.
; organization does
British quality which led wherever feasible. He urged farm ;

not necessarily mean in one city or Napol >on to exclaim: "Had my peo- I clubs, schools, and other civic organizations Dstablished 1904
.
county but in X
instances
some will -
ple been British I could have lost to call attention to the I
be extended to provide relief for an Waterloo il MACHINE SHOP SALES REPAIRS
and still been E peror. danger and needlessness 'of fires
even larger unit. But In a practical 8109 Palm Beach Fla. i
Loyalty safeguards the state and I and to follow up with collective organization : ::
sense it is local in that it decentral- :
develops the country. It surmounts their .
i for control. ........ .J..M"V""V".JJ---X< .
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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 13. 1931 THE CLEWlSToN'lm\V8 '- PAGE' THREE

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J E>4 of SW% of NW of Section East. in Hendry County Florida in the following described lands in: ation a Florida! corporation to

The Southern Sugar 8. excluding Railroad right of containing sixty (60) acres. Hendry County, Florida: I. Farmers Bank & Trust Company, a
way in Township 43 South, more or less. "except a parcelof N% of Section 21, Township:: Florida corporation dated May 12,
Company Range 34 East Hendry County, land 375 ft." by 380 ft In the 43 South. Range 34 E. I 1)20: recorded in Mortgage Book 38

< Florida".' Southwest quarter (SW'4) of D. I page 95; and to the Mortgage exe-
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'J NOTICE OF SALE AND HEARING Subject t'o the mortgage executed the Southwest, quarter (SW&) The following described lands and I cuted by The Southern Sugar Com-
by Sugarland Development Companyto described as, follows: Begin- Interests in lands In Palm Beach I pany to Brown & Wilcox Invest

Notice is hereby given that pursuant -. Mercantile Trust Company, a corporation ning at a point on the South County Florida: I ment Company, a ,Florida corpora-
under the laws of Missouri line of Section Fourteen (1) tion dated
to the Final Decree made (14,) March 21 1929! recorded
and entered November 5, '1931 in a as Trustee, dated November 1, 1924, Township forty-three (43) The W% of the NWM. of Sec- I in Mortgage Book 215 page 291.
cause pending in th'e Circuit Courtfor recorded in Mortgage Book 1, page South Range thirty-four (34) tion 22, Township 42 South, '(6) ,

the Twelfth Judicial Circuit of 69(3) East, 500 ft, from the South- Range 37 East. SWtt of Section 6. Township
west (SW) corner of said (2) 42 South
Florida in and for Hendry county, section I Range 38 East.
entitled "Weir West, one-half (W%) of fourteen (14). thence NWU of SW% of NW% in (7)
Kilby Corporation, a
corporation Josephine Wright, by Northwest: ,Quarter (NW&, ) ofrfo.rth'west North parallel to the West side ,Section 31, Township 43 South N% of SW,% of SEU of ,Section I
F- M. Wright, her husband and next Quarter (NW%) of of said ,Section, Fourteen (1,4) of Range 35 East. 17 Township 44 South.
friend H. L. McDonald and Leo C. Section 1, Township' 44, South. 375 feet, 'thence East, parallel to (3) Range 36 'East.
Burgman. as copartners trading and Range' 34 East, of Hendry. County. the South line of said Section An undivided' two-thirds' in (8)
Florida. Fourteen 14) 380 feet terest In and to All of
doing business as McDonald & Burg- thence : Section 31, Township
, man, and McDonald Tractor Equipment (4) South parallel, to the West side The W% of the NE% of Sec- 42 South, Range 38 East;
: company, a corporation Complainants W% X NE% of SEK of Sec- I I of said Section Fourteen ,(14) tion 15. Township 42 South, I 'e'N, % of,Section 29 ,and All
tion I II 375 feet to the South Range 37 East EXCEPT ,of Section
against The Southern Sugar 25. Township :44 South. line of the following 30 in Township 42
Company, 'a corporation. Defen Range 34 East,. of Hendry said Section Fourteen (14) ; described tract of land, I South, Range 38 East;
I 'dant" (hereinafter called the Decree -I County, ,Florid I I I thence West 380 feet to begin- to-wit: All of Section 20. Township

). : :(5) ning, 3.3 acres. more or less." Beginning at the Northeast 42 South. Range 38 East, lying

I, W. W. Sinclair appointed Spe-] All of Section' Twenty-five r Subject to the Mortgage, S., P. corner of the W% of the NE%; South and West of West Palm
cial Master in and by the Decree.' (25) in Township 43 South', Hooker, single,, and W. C. Hooker thence South 1320 feet; thence Beach Canal;
will sell at public auction at the door. .- Range '34 East Hendry County, I r and wife, Jewel Stone? Hooker, to: West 1260 feet; Thence North All of Section, 18. Township
of, the County Court House in the Florida. Trustees of the, Internal Improve 1320 feet; Thence ,East 1260 42 South, Range 38 East. which
City of LaBelle Hendry County. Subject to the mortgage, The ment Fund. dated March 25. 1926" feet to the point of beginning; lies ,South and West of West
Florida. on December 7. 1931 at ,Southern Sugar Company to Central recorded in Mortgage Book 3, page I Also Palm Beach Canal.
12 o'clock noon, United States Farmers Trust Company, a Florida 298. Hendry County Records. The W% of Section 15; theSE (9) ,
,Eastern Standard Time. the property corporation. Trustee. dated January (12) % of Section 16 and the S% All of Fractional Section 4 In
in the Decree described and thereby 1, 1928. recorded in Mortgage Book All of Sectlonl, Township 44 of the SW% of' Section 16, In Township 42' South, Range 37
directed to be sold, to wit: 4. page 192. South, Range 33 ,East; ,All Sec- ,Township 42 South. Range 37 East except the SW% of the j
All of the property and interestsin (6) tions 3. 4, 5 and 6. ,Township 44 East. SW 34All;

property' of every kind, character All of Section 36. Township South. Range 34 East; ,all Sec- Subject (a) to the Mortgage cov- of Section 12, Township
I and description real as well as personal '43 South.. Range ,34 East; all tion20 except a tract describedas ering a portion of said property of < 42 South, Range 37 East. lying
i of the Company and of the of Sections 2, 8,:10, 12 14, 18. follows: Charles W. Bell-and Ethel I. Bell his South and West of West Palm
,a, Receivers (other than the Reserved 20. 22. 24. 26, 28 30. 32 and "Beginning at the Northeast wife, to Trustees of the Internal Beach Canal; and
:J v. Bonds and cash in the hands of the 34, Township 44 South Range corner of ,Section ,20. Township Improvement ,Fund dated August All of Sections 10, 14 24, 26 !
Receivers) together with the muni- 34 East; all of Sections 2, 8, 1%, 43 South ,Range 34 East, and 14, 1918, recorded in Mortgage Book and 34 in Township 42 South, j I
ments of title thereto and "evidences and 14' in Township 45South, running ,South along East section 31.pa ge 94; ,and (b) to the Mort- Range 37 East.
I of ownership thereof, subject. however Range 34' East. in Hendry County. line 960 feet; thence West gage covering portion, of,said prop- Except right of way for roads
I to' the provisions of Article Florida. along a line parallel' to the erty of Chas. W- Bell and Ethel I. and canals.
Fifth of the Decree. Without prejudice Subject ,to the mortgage. The North line of Section 20, Town Bell his wife, to Trustees of the In- ,' Subject to the Mortgage executedby
I to the generality of the foregoing Southern Sugar Company to' Central 'ship 43 South, Range 34 East, ternal Improvement Fund of Florida The Southern Sugar Company to
:; : the property to be sold shall include Farmers Trust Company, a'Florida and 960 feet therefrom 2610 dated February, 12. 1920, recorded Dunbar Molasses Corporation, dated
I I' : corporation. Trustee dated January feet ,more or less; thence northon in Mortgage Book 40. page 395; and May 29 1930. recorded in Mortgage

I A 1. 1928 recorded in Mortgage Book. a line, parallel to the East (c) to .the: Mortgage covering a por- Book 226, pa'ge 259. Encumbers all
The following described lands and 4, .pale 192. .",", line of said Section 20. 960' feet tion of said property of, ,R. G. John- of the caption land except Sections
I interests in lands in Glades County (7) to the North Line of said Section son and Maggie A. Johnson. his wife, 24 and 34. Township 42 South,
Florida: :: All of Sections twelve (12), 20; thenee'Eastalong; said North to Trustees of the Internal Improvement Range 37 East.

.I (1)) Fourteen (14) and Twenty-two ,line of said Section 20, 2610 Fund,, dated August 14, 1918, (10)
All of Fractional Section 24. (22) in ,Township 44 South, feet more or less, .to point of beginning recorded in Mortgage Book 30. page W% of ,NWtt of SE% and

I Except the W% of the NW'A, Range 33 East, also ." 160; and, (d) to the,,Mortgage covering NEIL of SW of, Section 17,
I Township 42 South. Range 33 S% and NE& Section twenty- In Township 43 South, Range a portion of said property of R. Township 44 South, Range 36

East;. All Fractional Section 19 four (24) All Section Twenty- 34 East; G. Johnson, and Maggie A. Johnson, East ,
Township 42 South, Range 34 six (26). in Township 43 South. S% of 'Section 21 and all Sections his,, wife. to Trustees of the internal (11))
East; Range 34 East.Fractional 22 and 27,- Township 43 Improvement ,Fund,,, dated Febru- The W% of the SE% of theSE
North half (N%) of North Section 13. Town- South, Range 34 East; ary 12, 1920. recorded in Mortgage of Section 21 Township 42
west quarter (NW%) of Sec- ship 43 South, Range 34 East; The SWK of SEtt and the Book 45. page 190; and (e) to the 'South. Range 37 East.
tion 25. Township 42 South. All of Section 23 North of SEtt of SWtt, of Section 32, Mortgage covering a portion of said Subject to the Mortgage of The

Range 33 East; North half Meander Line, Township 43 'Township 43 South. Range 34 property of S- W. Bolllnger and Elizabeth -: Southern Sugar Company to JamesS.
k! (N%) of Northeast quarterNE South. ',Range 34 East; East; J. Bollinger, his. wife. to C. B.. Corkey, dated ,October 15. 1929.
( &) of Section 25, Township All of Section 24 North of All Section 34, Township 43 Gwynn and E. N. Brown, dated recorded in Mortgage Book 221.
42; South, Range 33 East. Mean'dQr'Line.. Township 43 South, Range 34, East. March 29, 1924, reccorded In Mortgage page 589; and to the Mortgage of

Subject to ,the mortgage executed -South. Range 34 East; All of Subject to,; the Mortgage: ,executed Book 75, page, 365, encumbering -! The Southern ,Sugar Company to
by Sugarland, Development Company. Section 7 (except SE& of SEtt) by Sugarland Development Companyto undivided. one-third interest Arthur N. Kennedy, dated, October
I' I' a corporation under the laws of Township 44 South. Range 34 Mercantile Trust, Company, a corporation in and to said land. 15, 1929, recorded In Mortgage Book
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-:: Florida, to A- C. Clewis, dated October East; All Sections 15, 19 23, under the laws of Missourias (4) ] 145. page .,113.

1. 1925. recorded in Mortgage 27, 31, and 35, in Township 44 Trustee; dated November 1,', 1924: All of Section 36 Township (12))
Book 3, page 364. South. Range 34 East; All of recorded in Mortgage Book 1. page 44 South, Range 35 East; ,That part of the E& of Section -
(2) Sections 3. 7. 11 and 15 In 69. The E% of the NE'A of theSE 2, ,Township. 42, South,
Tracts 15. 16. 17. 18 19, 20, Township 45 South, Range 34 (13)) % of Section 21, Township Range 37 East. lying'North and
21. 22., 23 and 24, and that partof East Fractional Sections 1, 2, 3, 4;, 42 South., Range 37 East; East of the West Palm Beach
,tracts 10,11.12.13 and 14 lyIng All of Section Eighteen (18) N6, of NVS of Sections 9 and The E& of the SW% of the Canal, in Palm Beach County.

. south and, West of the Township 45 South.. Range 34 10; N% of Section 11; NE% SW% of Section 21,. Township Florida.
, Moore Haven and Clewiston East. Hendry County. Florida. and S .3-4 of ,NWM, of Section 42 South, Range 37 East; Subject to the Mortgage of The

, Railway Company, all lying and Subject to the mortgage. The 12; all in Township .43 South, The W% of the SW% of ,the Southern Sugar Company to Florida
being in the S% of the W3! of Southern Sugar Company Central Range 32 East, Hendry County SWtt of Section 21 Township Agricultural Corporation, dated Sep-

Section 18, Township 42 South. Farmers Trust Company, a Florida Florida. 42 South, Range, ,37 East; tember 16, 1929 recorded in Mort-
33 East. Trustee dated Subject to the Mortgage executed gage Book 222, page 365.
Range corporation. January The W% of the NE% of the
Subject to the mortgage executed 1, 1928, recorded in Mortgage Bool by Sugarland Development Company NWJA of Section 21, Township (13)
I by Lucerne Farms Corporation, a 4, page 192. to Central Farmers Trust Company 42 South. Range 37 East; All, of Sections 2, 4. 6. 8, 10.
corporation :under the laws of Florida (8)) as Trustee. dated February 1, 1926, E% of NWU of SE% of Sec- and 12,- in Township 46 South.
,I to Richard Graves dated May W% of NWtt of NW% of Sec- recorded in Mortgage Book 3, page tion 21, Township 42 South Range 35 East.

"I 14, 1929. recorded in Mortgage Book tion 33 Township 44 South. 173. Range 37 East; (14)
4. page 444; and to the mortgage Range. 34: East, Hendry Gouty (14) W2 of NEB-of SW% of Sec- All of Section 20, Township
executed by Southern Sugar Florida. The Northeast; quarter (NE, tion 21, ,Township 42 South 45 South, Range 35 East; The
com-I
of the J.4) of Southeastquarter SE* W 3.97 acres of Tract 119 and
a4 pany a corporation (9) ( ) Range 37 East;
Florida to Lucerne Farms Company West Half (W%) of South- of Southeast quarter (SE'h). of WW of SE% of NW: of Section all of Tracts 120 to 128, Inclu

'; dated December 1, 1929, recorded in east Quarter (SEA) of South- Section 23, Township 43 South.. 21, Township 42 South, sive, Section 22. Township 45
Mortgage Book 4, page 482. east Quarter (SE%) of Section,, Range 34 East; also Range 37 East; South, Range 35 East; Tracts
,j (3) 13. Township 44 South. Range The Northwest quarter (NW ,E% of NW,% of SWtt of Sec-. 1 to 46, Inclusive 49. 51 to 64
West half (W%), of Section, 34 East, Hendry County., Flor- %) of the Southwest quarterSW tion 21. Township 42 South, inclusive 69 to 91, in elusive,
20 and West half (W%) of Section ida; ( %) of Southeast quarterSE'l Range 37 East. 94 to 98, inclusive. and 101 to

, 17 Township 42 South, East Half (E%) of North ( ) of Section 23,' Township Section 28, Township 42' 125 ,inclusive Section 28, Town-
; Range 33 East. west Quarter (NW*) of South- 43', South, Range 34 East. South, Range 37 East; Also, ship 45 South. Range 35 East;
f ,Subject to the executedby SW% of Section (15) All of Section' 30. Township 45
mortgage west Quarter ( ) Lots 10 to 30 inclusive in Peli-
Miami Finance & Investment 9, Township 44 South, Range 34 All of Section 16. Township, caa Bay Land Company's Sub- South Range 35 East;' all of
Company to Ralph B. Taylor. Exe- East. Hendry County. Florida; 44 South, Range 34 East. situ- division of Section 30, Townshipi, Section 32... Township 45 South,
utor. of the Estate of William E. East Half, (E% ) of Southeast ate in Hendry County, Florida. 42 South. Range 37, .East ac-, Range 35 East
! Whitford. dated September 1, 1928.1'JYt1. .] Quarter (SE'of North- (16) cording ,to, the Plat thereof on All of, Section 24, Township
recorded in Mortgage Book 4,- page west Quarter (NWtt of Sec- W% of NW% of NE% of Sec, file in, the office of the Clerk of 45 South. Range 35 East.
7. 19 and 31
390. I tion 25. Township 44 South. tion 9. Township 44 South., the Circuit Court ,in, and for All of Sections,
(4) Range 24 East, Hendry County Range 34 East Palm Beach, County Florida. in in' Township 44 South, Range
35 East S!$ of Section 23, and
;
N'% and SE% and NJ/4 of Florida; (17) Plat Book 7 16.
,
page
35 and 36 In
27
SW'/4 of Section 31; also all, of West Half (1\72) of North- North Half (N%) of Section all of Sections ,
Subject to the Mortgage coveringa 42 South. Range 37
fractional Section 32. Township west Quarter (NW'/i) of South- 24. Township 43 South,. Range Township
portion of, said property,. of The East all of Sections3. 11 13.
42 South. Range 32 East, east Quarter (SE%) of Section 34 East. Hendry County, Flor- Dunbar ; ;
Southern Sugar Company to 15. 23 25 27 W% of Section
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Glades County Florida. 21. Township 44 South, Range ida.
Molasses Corporation, a corporation 35 In
and alii of Section
' Subject to the mortgage executed t 34 East, Hendry County, Flor- Subject to the Mortgage executedby i Dated 29
of Delaware.
under the laws Township 13 South. Range 37
1 by Sugarland Development Company, ida. The Southern Sugar Companyto
:
May 29. 1930, recorded in Mort- East All, of Sections 22, 23 25.
to, Central Farmers: Trust. Company, Subject to the mortgage executedby Central Farmers Trust Company, ;
I If Book 226. page 259. 35 ,and 36 in Township -
gage 26. 27. 34,
f as Trustee, dated February 1. 1926. Hendry County Abstract Company as Trustee, recorded in Mortgage
recorded in Mortgage Book 3. page a corporation organized and Book 4. page 192. Hendry County (5) 41 South. Range ss East Except -
All that of Section 12, Rights of Way for Canals
existing under the laws of the Sta'teof Records. part '
481.All in Township 42 South, of Range and Roads as exist.
of the above-described
prop- Florida. to William H. Woodward (18)
erty in Glades County Florida, will of St.'Louis. Missouri, dated June 25, All of Fraction Section 6'and'' S7, East. which lies North and Subjectto the Mortgage of The
be sold subject to all judgments recorded 1928; recorded in Mortgage Book 4. the N% of Section 7 in Town- East of the West 'Palm Beach Southern Sugar Company to Central
Canal. Palm Beach County. Farmers Trust Company, a corporation -
J' in said county against The page 87. ship 43 South, Range 33 East.
Florida. Excepting therefromthe organized and existing under
Southern Sugar Company. (10) Subject to the Mortgage executedby
NEtt, of the,NEU laws of the State of Florida,
B. N% of, the the
All of Section Eleven (11), Sugarland Development Companyto
I NEVi of said Section 12, Trustee. Dated ,January 1i 1928;
The following described lands Township Forty-four (44) Central Farmers Trust Companyas of the ;
and interests, in lands in HendryCounty "South Range Thirty-four (34) Trustee dated February 1. 1926. being recorded In Mortgage Book 214.

Ii I Florida: East, of Hendry County, Flor- recorded ia Mortgage Book 3, page Tracts 3, 4. 5. 6, 8', 9, 10, page 452. '
(1) ida. 173': 11. '12. 13, 15, i21. and 23 Sub- (15) -
Northwest NWVi division of Section 12-42-37, Section 2. W., of Canal. except
quarter ( ) (11) All of the above-described prop-
of Northeast quarter (NE'/ ) The Southwest Quarter of erty in Hendry County. Florida, will according to the Plat of Said the W% of NWtf ; all of Secs.
of Southeast quarter (SE 4) the Southwest Quarter and the be sold subject to all judgments recorded Subdivision on file in the office 4, 6, 8,- 10. 12. 14. 18, 20,' ,22
of Section 1. Township 45 West Half of the Northwest in said county, against The of the Clerk ofthe Circuit & 24; Tracts 2 to 16. Inc-,19 to
South, Range 34 East Hendry Quarter of the Southwest Quarter Southern Sugar Company.C. Court in and for Palm Beach 128. inc.. la Sec. 26;, Tracts 1
I I:c County, Florida. of Section Fourteen (14), C. County, in Plat Book 8, page 2. I to 64 inc., 77 to 85, Inc. 90.
to'' the .Mortgage. The W.a 91. 92, lOlr to, 104, Inc., 109 to
(2) Township Forty-three ((43) of the right. title and interest Subject
The SE'of NW* and the South Range 'Thirty-four (34) of The Southern Sugar Company Groves Wholesale Liquor Corpor- (Continued on page 4) -


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FOUR '... THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY. NOVEMBER! 13, 1031

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THE SOUTHERN SUGARCO)11) I in the Northeast corner of in lands mills and property and all'''I the notice to be given by the Special 'paid in cash. The Purchaser shall

ANY Block 1, in Hiatus between or: the property, estate reversion. remainder Master by publication as thereby required likewise be credited on account of

I Ranges 36 and 37 East in Town- right, title, interest, use. shall file with the Clerk of said purchase price with the amouat

NOTICE OP SALE AND HEARING ship 44 South; EXCEPT the possession. claim and demand whatsoever the Circuit Court of Hendry County. of such payments in cash. If any. net.,

right of way of the Florida as well at law as in equity. an advisory statement or state- represented by Receivers' Cortlf p

(Continued from page 3) East Coast Railway Company. of The Southern Sugar Company and ments with reference, among other cates as the Purchaser or his or ias

114. inc.. and 126 in Sec. 28; (25) of Its Receivers In and to all lands things to unpaid taxes and assess assignor shall have made to or f8 r>-

all of Sees- 30 and 32; Tracts S% of Section 29, Township and interests in lands' and other ments, current assets and liabilitiesof the account of the Receivers prior to

17. 18. 31. 32 and 33 to 44. 42 South. Range 38 East. property and any and every part said Receivers. outstanding Cer- the date of confirmation of sale

inc., 55, 56. 59 to 64, inc., 70 (26) thereof with the appurtenances.All tificates of Indebtedness issued by l which have been applied to the operation -

to 74. inc.. 85 to 91. inc.. 108. NEtt of NE%, and* E'of mills, buildings structures. said Receivers, contracts. leases. and lor maintenance of the

117. in Sec. 34; All in Township SEtt of NEW, and EMs of E% fixtures and erections erected upon stocks. bonds and other securitiesand property an for to the necessary expenses -

44 South. Range 35 East; of SE& of Section 22. Town- and attached to any of the lands property and the total amountof of the receivership pursuantto

Tracts lf 16, 17 18, 21, 32. ship 42 South, Range 37 East. hereinbefore referred to and all' all special -liens- thereon, and ; orders of the Court heretofore entered

37. 45. 46. 47. 48. 81, 82. 83, Subject to the Mortgage of The equipment appliances or belongings reference to said advisory statementor in the above-mentioned cause.

4 Tracts thereto whether not the be statements is hereby made.I. and upon proper application in the
109 and 110 in Sec. ; Southern Sugar Company to R. J. er same

1 to 56, inc.. 59, 60, 63 to 92, Simonson. dated July 26, 1929 recorded affixed to said lands or used for Said sale will be made without above-mentioned cause, the Purchaser -

inc.. 101 to 128 I operating valuation .appraisement redemptionor shall likewise be credited with the
inc.. 95 to 98 in Mortgage Book 215. page any manufacturing or purpose

inc.. in Sec6; Tracts 5 to 24, 354. either upon the said premisesor extension.II. cost to said Purchaser or his or Its

inc. 29 to 36 inc.. 41 to 56 inc., (27) any part thereof or as a part of In case of the adjournament or assignor or with the value to the receivership -

61 to 68, inc., 73 to 88" inc., Sections 2 and 4; N% of Section said mills or otherwise.All postponement of the sale, the Special estate as the Court may

100 to 106. inc.. 109 to 116. 14, in Township 43 South. mills, machinery, engines, I Master without further notice determine of any other benefits andj

inc., 119 to 124 inc. in Sec. 8; Range 37 East; boilers motors. pumps. pipe-lines. or advertisement, may proceed with or advantage which may have accrued -

W% of Sec. 9; Tracts 1 to 10 All of Section 1; all of Section locomotives. cars, tractors. harvest- the sale on any day to which the to the properties in and by the

inc.. 12 13, 22 to 38 inc., 41 2; E% of EK of Section 4; that ing machines, automobiles, rails oils. same may have been so adjourned.III. Decree directed to be sold by reasonof

42, 49, 50. 53 54, 55 56 61 to part of W% of W% of E'of gasolene. distillate and other chemicals Any party to the cause abovementioned any other or further expendituresby
such Purchaser his or its as-
or
92. inc, 105. 106, 107. 111 113. E& North of Canal in Sec- sugar cane sugar, molasses and any holder of an obliga- sale

to 118, inc., Sec 12; All of Sec. tion 4; NW% and S% of Section all other by-products the manu- tion of the Receivers appointed In signor prior to confirmation of .

14; Tracts 1 to 8 inc., 14 to 42. 8; all of Sec1 2;' E% of W& facture of sugar, live stock. timber said cause, or other creditor of said or prior to the date of the Decree.VI.

inc, 45 to 72 inc., 75. 76. 77, 81 of E3/i of Section 13; West 3-4 and stumpage, lumber, building ma- Receivers or any creditor or' Any successful bidder or bid-

to 86 inc., 89 to 100. inc.. 106 of Section 13; all of Section terials of every kind. 'tools appliances stockholder of The Southern Sugar ders may assign transfer and set

to 109 inc., 113 to 118 inc., and 14; E% of Sec. 18; All of Sec- i equipment and material of Company or any other person firm over his or their bid or all or any

The East 1.03 acres of Tract tion 21; All of Section 22; every kind, and description and association or corporation may bid of his or their rights and interests

119. in Sec. 22All in Town- South 3-4 of E'h and SV6 of SEW I all other personal property of at the sale and, if successful bidder. under the Decree aforesaid as such

ship 45 South, Range 35 East. of SW% and NW% of NEU Sec- The Southern Sugar Company and may purchase in his, its or their own successful bidder or bidders.

Subject to the Mortgage of The tion 25; all of Section 28; all of its Receivers or to' which It or right. VII. In and by the Decree the

Southern Sugar Company to Central of Section 29 ; all of Section they are entitled or In which It or
IV. Subject to the terms and con- right to retake and resell the prop-
Florida 30 all of Section 32 all of they have interest either at lawor
Farmers Trust Company a ; ; any
ditions of the Decree and as set erty sold is reserved to the Courtto
Trustee. dated January Section 33 all of Section 34 in equity.. ,,
corporation. ; ;
thereof said
;forth in Article Fifth enforce the payment of the purchase ;
1, 1928. recorded in Mortgage Book all of Section 36; all being in Any and all shares of stocks.bonds :property will be sold subject to any price- l:

214. page 452. Township 44, South. Range 37 notes debentures other '
or and all valid liens and encumbrances VIII. Prior to the confirmations of

(16) East; evidences of indebtedness and obligations existing thereon or upon any part the sale, the Receivers appointed as

The SW% of Section 6, Town- Also. E'of NEtt; SW'of securities 'of' any corpora- thereof at the date of said sale.V. aforesaid are permitted to :continueto

ship .44 South Range 37 East. NEJi and EJ/2 of NW% of NEtt, tion, company ort, joint stock association -
The Special Master will receive operate the properties in receiv-
Subject to the Mortgage of Southern Section 4. Township 45 South. domestic or foreign or of
no bid from anyone offeringto ership and to use for the purpose of
Sngar Company to Pinewood Range 37 East.
any domestic or foreign state. gov- bid who shall not at least forty- :such operation the cash propertyand
Farms. Inc., a corporation existing All'of Sections 20, 22 and 24. ernment or governmental authorityor
eight hours prior to any offering assets at the date of the Decreeor
under the laws of the State of Flor- and East Half of Section 28. in of political or administrative
any by the Special Master for sale under at any time thereafter in the pos-
ida dated February 15, 1929. recorded Township 43 South. Range 37 subdivision district or department
the Decree, deposit with the Special session of the aforesaid Receiversand
in Mortgage Book 217 page East, except right of way of F. thereof and certificates or receipts
Master and deliver to him. as a said Receiverers are expressly
388. E. C. Railway Company, and all of kind representing or evidenc- *
any pledge that he will make good his authorized and empowered pursuant
(17) rights of way for roads and ca- ing interest in such stocks
any any bid in case of its acceptance, in to the order entered in the cause
The W% of the NW% of the nals. bonds notes, debentures. evidencesof
I cash or check of or certified by'slime above-mentioned on October 7, 1931.
SW% of Section 21. Township Subject to the Mortgage of The indebtedness, obligations of se-
bank to several
or trust company acceptable to apply the bonds of the
42 South. Range 37 East. Southern Sugar Company to Bis- curities owned by The Southern Sugar Master made
the Sepcial and or en- sub-drainage districts referred to in
NW& of Section 17, Town- Trust Company, a corporation Company 'or its Receivers or to
cayne dorsed payable to his order, the sum said order. for the benefit of the
ship 44 South. Range 36 East. under the which it entitled In
organized and existing or they are or
of 25000. or Receivers' Certificatesin properties to be sold pursuant to
/ The East half of the North- laws of the State of Florida as Executor which it or they have any interest in
bearer form the principalamount1 the Decree, to the payment of taxes
east quarter and the Southeast and Trustee of the Estate of either at law or in equity (other
of lands of Southern
25000. or assignmentsof due upon the The
quarter of Section 15, Town- Ullendorff deceased than bonds held Receivers
i Phillip and the bYthe -
claims against the Company fin- Sugar Company to said several sub-
ship 42 South. Range 37 East. South Farms of The Southern
Okeechobee Company, Sugar Company
I ally allowed and established pur- drainage districts as provided in
Subject to the Mortgage of C. B. .a corporation organized and existing referred to in paragraph VIII of the suant to the Decree by Subsequentorder said order. Any operation by said

Gwynn and Mamie W- Gwynn. his under the laws of the State of Florida Decree as the Reserved, Bonds), together sold
of the Court in the cause Receivers of the property by

wife, to The Board of Education of : dated August 2. 1928. recordedin with any unpaid coupons andor I above-mentioned, aggregating' In virtue of the Decree, after the date

the State of Florida dated January Mortgage Book 214, page 222. claims for interest thereon or 'dividends sale directed
amount, as so finnally allowed and of the confirmation of the -
12 1926. recorded in Mortgage Book (28) thereunto appertaining, Including -
established, the sum of $125.000, or in and by the Decree, shall
172, page 295. The W%. of the NW?+ of the but without limiting the for
check the and risk
partly in cash or certified or be at cost and account -
(19) SW'/i of the NEtt of Section 17, generality of the foregoing, certain in Receivers' Certificates and partlyin of the Purchaser.

All that part of Sections 23 Township 44 South. Range 36 bonds ef Clewiston Farms Company manri..
claims allowed
so finally and es- IX. The Purchaser in the ,
and 24 Township 45 South East, except as to any existing Pahokee Drainage District. South tablished,
relative
but in the same ner and to the extent specified ir
Range :36 East. lying West of Rights-of-Way for roads or canals. Florida Conservancy District Peli-
proportions. the Decree elect not to take or
North New River Canal except (29) can Lake Sub-Drainage District. may
Any deposit received from an unsuccessful accept part of, the property sold .ex
lots or tracts 3. 6 and 7 of Sec- VfYi of Section\ 28 Township Guaranty Building and Loan Asso-
bidder will be returnedto cept contract or agreement to
tion 23, according to Plat thereof 42 South, Range 38 East. lying ciation. Disston Island Drainage any
him at the conclusion of the bid- which the Receivers are a party entered -
on file in the office of the South and West of West Palm District, Hidalgo Ccounty Common
but without thereon. Receivers under the
ding interest into by the :
Clerk of the Circuit court in Beach Canal also all of Section School District No. 7. Clewiston
; The deposit received from the suc-I I specific authority of the Court in
and for Palm Beach County, 32 Township 42 South, Range Drainage District, and certain sharesof
cessfyl} bidder or bidders shall be applied the cause above-mentioned. No such
Florida Plat Book 7. of The Clewiston
in page 38 East; the capital stock
on account of the purchase election by the Purchaser shall diminish
30. All of Section 21, in Town- Company ,Third Twin Bell Syndicateand
price of the property;: purchased: by or affect the purchase priceto
(20) 42 South of 38 East. Clewiston Home Buildings Asso-
ship Range such bidder or bdders, in case the be paid by the Purchaser.X. .
Lots 14. 15. 16, 18. 19 and 20 lying South and West of West ciation.All .
sale to such successful bidder or As in the Decree provided, the
in Section 5, Township 44 Palm Beach Canal in Palm of the right, title, and Interestof
bidders be confirmed.
shall
Purchaser, or any grantee or transferee
South. 37 East accord-
Range ;
Beach County. Florida. The Southern Sugar Company in
If sale shall not be confirmed.
any of the Purchaser may elect to
ing to plat made by the Trustees -
(30)S ) and to the shares of the capital
the deposit made by the successful adopt or continue in force or to refuse -
oft the Internal Improvement % of Section 26 and all of stock of Florida Sugar Companyand
bidder or bidders for the property I I to adopt or continue In force
Fund on file at Tallahassee. Section 34 when
Township 43 South. | or to receive the same
such
shall be forwith returned to lease or other executory con-
.. Range 37 East. issued, and all of the right, title and any
bidder bidders his their demand
or on or tract which may be included in the
(21)SWiofNE' All of _the above-described prop- interest if any, of The Southern
theerfor. property sold to the Purchaser or
/. of L'AofNE'sand erty in Palm Beach County. Florida, Sugar Company and its Receivers in succesful
The deposit made by the
which constitute an Incident
S'of Section 11. Township will be sold subject to all judgments and to the shares of the capital may
in accordancewith
bidder bidders
or may. thereof or be appurtenant thereto,
44 South, Range 35 East. recorded in said county stock of Florida Sugar and Food
the Decree.
the of
provisions other than such lease or other
any
Subject to the Mortgage of The against The Southern Sugar Com- Products Company.All be forfeited in the event of his fail- executory contract entered into by

Kretex Realty Company, a corporation pany. property and interests in prop- ure to comply with any order requiring said Receivers under the specific

to Trustees' the Internal E. erty of every kind. character and description payment of or on accountof authority of the Court in the above-

Improvement Fund of the State of All of the. right. title. and inter- (including all rights, con- the balance of the purehase price mentioned cause-

Florida. Dated October 28, 1925, est of The Southern Sugar Companyin tracts agreements leases, 'claims demands -: The Purchaser to the extent per-
XI. All questions not disposed of
recorded in Mortgage Book 162, page the following described lands in .choses in action and sharesof mitted by the Decree and otherwisein
the Decree reserved for future -
by are
527. Palm Beach County, Florida: stock) at any time acquired or accordance with the provisions
adjudication. The decree fixes
(22) (1) to be acquired by the Receivers of thereof may turn over to the Special
December 8. 1931, at two o'clock P.
W% of Section 17, Township EVj of SWH if SEtt of Section The Souther nSugar Company dur- Master on account of the purchase

42 South. Range 38 East. 21, Township 42 South.' ing the receivership and up to the price at their distributive value as M. United States Eastern Standard I
Time. as the time when, and the
Subject to the Mortgage coveringa Range 37 East. date of delivery of possession to finally determined. Receivers' Certi-
All of Sections 5, 6 7 8 9. Court House, in the City of Fort
portion of said property of The the Purchaser or Purchasers thereofat ficates in bearer form andlor claims

Southern Sugar Company to IsaacE. 16, 17. 18. 19. 20, 21. 28. 29. the sale by the Decree directed, against The Southern Sugar Com- Myers. Lee County. Florida. as the

King, dated March 29. 1929. recorded 30. 31, 32, and 33, Township 41 then held by or for said Receivers pany finally allowed and established and place determine where the whether Court will to consider

in Mortgage Book 217 page South. Range 38 East. except the Reserved Bonds and cash, and entitled to be paid out of the
or not to confirm any sale under the
186. (2) but including current assets. mater- proceeds of sale.
I' Decree reported by the Special Mas-
(23) SW% of Section 13. Town- ials and supplies; and lor owned by In lieu of the deposit and deliveryto
ter and the report of the Special
All of Section 26. Township ship 41 South Range 37 East. The Southern Sugar Company or to the Special Master of Receivers'I Master with reference thereto. If

41 South of Range 37 East, in All other lands and interests inlands which it is or may become entitled. Certificates and or instruments of!
the report of the Special Master of
Palm Beach County, Florida. wherever situated owned by not included in the property herein- assignment of claims, the Special ]
I any such sale shall not be filed on or
(24) The Southern Sugar Company or its before described. Master will accept the certificate of
I
before the time aforesaid, then such
to the The Receivers or to which it or they are out of bank or trust
Subject Mortgage of Any and all claims arising any company hearing will be had at such time and

Southern Sugar Company to Model entitled or In which it or they have the operation by the Receivers of I ble to the Special Master. accepta-I place to which such hearing so fixes

Land Company dated February 15. any interest whether at law or In The Southern Sugar Company of the holds, subject to the order of the shall be adjourned by the court or

1928, recorded in Mortgage Book equity and said lands and interestsin property in and by the Decree directed Special Master or subject to the order otherwise as the Court by its order

213 page 382.Beginning. lands shall pass as fully and to be sold. andlor out. of the of the party therein named and shall determine.XII. .

at the Southwest completely as i fdescriptions thereof disposition and I I or application of the by him transferred to the order of

corner of Lot 8 of Block 6, in were herein set forth at length. assets and cash coming Into the pos- the Special Master Receivers' certi- For a more particular de-

Hiatus between 43 andor ficates in bearer form and | or claims scription of the property to be sold
Township Together with all and singularthe session of said Receivers |
and of the terms of sale and for the
South and Township 44 South, buildings improvments, ways otherwise, so far as the same are in against the Company of the required
of said Decree and other
Range 37 East; thence North rights. easements. liberties privili- favor of the creditors and stockholders character and in the amount specified provisions

1354.16 feet, more or less to ges, hereditaments and appurtenances -' of The Southern Sugar Com- accompanied by assignments information. intending purchasers

the South boundary of Lot 14. to all the property belonging or pany. thereof either to the,SpecIal Masteror are hereby referred to the Decree;
and to the record in the cause abovementioned -
Section 36, Township 43 South. I in any wise: appertaining, and all Said sale will be made in the In blank.
file in the office of
Range 36 East; thence Easterly rights in and to any; and all uses of manner provided by the Decree sub- The Purchaser will be credited on

along the South Boundary of any body of water whatsoever natural ject to the terms and provisions on account of the purchase price of the Clerk of said Court, and to the

Lots 14 and 15, in Section 36. or artificial and all the right. thereof and to confirmation. the property purchased by him. with advisory statements of the Receivers -
to be filed with the Clerk of the
Township 43 South. Range 36 I title and interest of The Southern Article Ninth of the Decree provides all Receivers' Certificates and claimsso .

East 772.49 feet. 'more or less I Sugar Company and its Receivers in that the Receivers of The Sou- turned over to the Special Masterin Court. as directed by Article Fsurth

to the Southeast corner of said an dto land under water or adjoining thern Sugar Company not more than part payment of the purchase of the Decree.

Lot 15; thence southwesterly any body of water or in any accretion twenty nor ,less than ten days priorto price, as such sums as would be paidIn Dated November. 6. 1931.

along the West boundary of or alluvion; and all rents the date originally fixed for the respect thereof out of the pro- W. W. SINCLAIR. :

aforesaid Lot 8 to the point of emblements. issues, profits and other sale under the Decree of the property ceeds of the sale if the whole

beginning, lying and being Income from all lands or interests directed thereby to be sold, by amount of the purchase price were Special MastQr.FAGS .



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I i FRIDAY. ,NOVEMBER 13. 1931 THE CLEWISTON NEWS -- .f'- ::rPAGB FIVB

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J, "t:: Mr. and Mrs. George Augur and Friday night with a group of friends.- with a Greek of Ephesus on the ed in a fight on the Atlantic and

Mrs. E. R. Fontaine, and son Bobby, The evening in streets
I was spent playing of Jerusalem, and supposedthat Pacific highway four miles west of
11,j I Personal Mention | spent Saturday in West Palm Beach. games. Refreshments consisting of he had brought the Greek into here late yesterday.

,y fi Mrs. R. George, Mrs. Hubert cake and punch were served to the the temple. County officials said the riot
& following guests: "All the city was moved. and *
started when five
men in an automobile -
e ..
-1- ;: Land. and Miss Ulla Jacobson were
Alice Hull. Flora Padgett. FrancesTurner. they took Paul and drew him out of had a breakdown and were

i I I r Miss Jo Hogan spent Sunday in visitors to West Palm Beach Friday.P. Katherine Curry, Grace the temple. And as they went I unable to stop other motorists to

Ft. Myers.J. G. Bishop West Palm Beach. Cason, Mary Alice Smith Lillian about to kill him, tidings came to obtain aid. Officials said they threw

"I f formerly receiver of the Southern Burke, Eloise Turner, Marie Padgett the chief captain who immediately rocks through the windshields of automobiles -

V. Lofton was a week end visitor And Evelyn Luckey; Lorenzo Padgett. took soldiers and centuriansand that failed to stop. More
Sugar Company was in Clewistou
,, in Miami.H. I on business last Thursday. Herbert Luckey Jack Lewis. Jimmy ran down unto them: and when than 200 motorists and residents of

I -' Atkinson. Sherman Luckey and Pat they saw the chief captain and the Stony Run, where the attack occurred -

R. Howell visited friends\ in L. C. Burgman of Jacksonville, Stevenson. soldiers, they left beating of Paul." attacked the men and threeof

i Lakeland Sunday. representative of the Burgman Trac- "It was unlawful to kill in the tem- them were apprehended immedi-

I tor and Equipment company., was a MRS. ALSTON ENTERTAINS ple ,so they drew Paul out into the ately and severely beaten. The other -

J. A. Plunkett spent Monday in recent business visitor here. 1 CLEWISTON- :"'* SOCIAL CLUB I court of the Gentiles, there being threatened to shoot them.

I Ft. Myers: on business. The 'Clewston Social Club met (two courts. or yards in front of the More than 100 automobiles blocked -
Mrs. H. C. Jones. Mrs. A. E. Belden I temple; the inner one for Jews. and the highway after the shower of "
at the', home of Mrs. J. R. Alstonon
I Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Turner motored Mrs. Ivey M. Pafford and Mrs. Wednesday afternoon.The the outer, one for Gentiles and rocks had been thrown on about 50

to ,La Belle Monday. W. F. Simpson spent Tuesday shop- afternoon was spent in playing strangers. The courts were sep- machines. breaking windshields,

,, 't. ping in West Palm Beach. bridge. 'Members and guests pres- arated by a wall. with a gate where door glass, headlights and denting

J. L.: Morgan of Canal Point, wasa i was a notice to Gentiles and strang- radiators and fenders.
ent were; Mrs. J. K. Mowry. Mrs.
R.
Clarence Bitting of New York, i ers that "Any one trespassing will Officials'said
visitor here Thursday.Carl F. L.-Williamson. Mrs. D G. Alston I one motorist threat-
,
was ,a visitor here several days this bring death upon himself as a the rock
:, ened throwers with a knife
Mrs T. Mrs. J.
B. Shelley R.Alston I
)week. "
of La Belle spent I furthering reorganization plansof I penalty. and another threatened to shoot.
Bekeineyer .
j :Mrs.! J. E, Beardsley, Mrs. W. S.
the Southern
Sugar Company. The chief captain took Paul "and The three first
arrested
men
Wednesday in Clewiston. were
} Harvel, Mrs, W. C. Hooker, Mrs.B. .
---- commanded him to be bound with taken to the
hospital ward where
r A. Bourne Miss Mae Drew, Miss
Miss
I Jamye Williams, Miss Jea-I
, two chains: and demanded who he they treated for and
H. H. Seymour of New York trans- Jeanette :Morgan. Miss Jamye Wil- were cuts
nette Morgan, Miss Elizabeth West.
was. and what 'he had done. And bruises. .
rctod:! business here recently. liams. Miss Elizabeth West. Mrs. T.
Miss Mae Drew Mrs. W. C. Prewitt.
cried thing another
some one some ,
I
Hooks, Mrs. C. W. McDonald. Mrs.A. .
and M. G. Langford attended in dis-
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Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Turner were trict teachers meeting in Ft. Myers A. Monroe and Mrs. F R. Max-I among commanded the him multitude to' be: carried and into, he Optimist and Pessimist

visitors in Pahokee Sunday. Monday and Tuesday. well. A delicious chicken salad If it weren't for the optimist the
I the castle. And wHen he came upon
course was served by the hostess pessimist would never know how
the stairs he borne of the
Miss Jeanette Morgan and Victor Bill Murphey of Miami is spendinga and high score' was won by Mrs.J. was nappy he isn't-Chicago News.
Blate spent Sunday in Pahokee. soldiers for the violence of the peo-
few days here as the guest of E. Beardsley.
ple. For the multitude of the people
Bill Wallace. Mr. Murphey will
Harry Peters and Jack Tromer followed after, crying, Away with
continue to West Palm Beach Thurs- ELLIOTT-WHEELER WEDDINGJess
were Sunday visitors to,Tampa. him." The Southern
day, where he will visit the remain-
Murfin Elliott and Miss El-
'
Paul was probably bound to a
f '
, der' of the week.
Bill Wallace spent the past weekend len Christine Wheeler were married soldier on each side of him. In Sugar CompanyNotice

.a in West Palm Beach visiting. The entire personnel of,, the Ft. Saturday evening by Dr. Vliet, pas- Luke 23:18, when Pilate said he

t.'I* friends. Myers division of the U. S. Engineers tor of the First Methodist church in ,would release Jesus the Jews, to Creditors:

has been ,transferred to Clewis- West Palm Beach at'' his residence, "Cried out. all at once saying Pursuant to the provisions of an order of the
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hooker motored ton. Among those who returned to having procured license late in the "Away with this man and release Circuit Court of Hendry County Florida la
entered October 17. 1931. In a cause
to West Palm Beach Monday on Ciewiston were J. W. McClure. J. M. afternoon. They straightway tele- Barabas." therein Chancery pending entitled "Weir Kilby Corporation -

i business. Alston, Dan Hansel. Alex St. .Amand. phoned announcement of their mar- "And as Paul was to be led into ,a corporation et al..Complainants against

j --.-, Elbert E. Harriss. George Shauer- riage to friends in Canal Point, and the castle he said unto the chief The Defendant Southern,"all Sugar Comfanr.Southern a corporation SugarCompany

I Mrs. Vincent Newell ofFt t ,I mann and ,Ernest P. Burley. on their return Monday morningwere I captain. May I speak unto thee? hereby required, the to defendant file duly sworn In said statements cause are of

Pierce arrived here recently to join warmly congratulated. The Who said. Canst thou speak Greek? their claims against the said Corporation with

I Mr. Newell. Among those from Clewiston at- bride is the daughter of Mr. and I Art not thou that Egyptian, which the undersigned Receivers, appointed by said
Receivers In the CIt.1of
Court,at the office of the
; tending the basketball game in Mrs. C. J. Wheeler and has lived in leddest out into the wildernessfour Clewliton, Florida on or before the 20th

Mrs. Hans Walker of Winter Moore Haven Thursday night were Canal Point for several :years. Mr. thousand men that were mur- Uy claims of shall set forth 1931., among Said other statements things, the of

Haven. was the guest of ,Miss Elsie Mrs. W. C. Hooker.' Mr. and Mrs. Elliott is cashier of the Bank of derers? But Paul said. I am a man nature and amount of the claim, amount and
Hubert Land Miss Bonceil Stone. Canal Point. nature of any security or lien held by the claimant -
Temporarily
Hare Friday. they are which am a Jew of Tarsus a or to which the claimant Is or claims to be
Miss Jewel Lowe Miss Marcia Avant their home at the residenceof claim to preference or
i making citizen of no mean city: and. I be- entitled and also any
Miss Mae Drew and Mr. and Mrs. and Casey Jones. Arthur Lawrence. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Vann in seech thee, suffer me to speak unto said priority Corporation.in payment to any other creditors- of

,I 'R. Y. Patterson were' Sunday visitorsin Frank Cothrn Joe Cato. Halson Canal Point.-Everglades News. the people." You will recall that Pursuant to the foregoing provisions: of said

Ft. Myers. Avant, William Hooks, George Paul .came to Jerusalem largely to order all,persons who shall firms fall so associations to file their claims and corporations or-

Hooks' and M. G. Langford. bring the gift from the Gentile demands against The Southern Sugar Companywith
Victor Blate motored to Lakeland the said Receivers on or before said date
t ultbap Coon Christian church at Jerusalem, but shall be forever barred and foreclosed from
Wednesday to spend the remainderof Among those attending the dancein in controversy over formalitiesthe making or asserting any claims against The
and from
Southern Sugar Company partldpat-
,the week. Moore Haven Thursday night were of said Corporation -
work of charity was practically lug in the aeseU or properties
Misses Jeanette Morgan. Jamye Wil- ion or the proceeds thereof except upon further
forgot. erder of the court herein granted and entered
Miss Louise Waldron and A. W. liams, Elizabeth West Mae Drew, I for due cause shown and upon proper,applica
Sias attended the thatre in Pahokee .
Kathryn Dean. Eloise Hare. Mary
STALLED MOTORISTS THROW
I I I FOR NOVEMBER 15
Sunday night. Bush. Emma Laura Bethea, Evelyn Dated October 20,1931.P. .
SUBJECT: Paul in Jerusalem. STONES AT PASSERS BY
Hare, Mildred Brantley, Mary Louise G. BISHOP
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Miss Elsie Hare and Van Cothern GOLDEN TEXT: "Thou shalt be J. L. DOGGETT.Rtttiicnef :; .
Oglesby. Lilly Merel Wynn. Betty
Portsmouth. Ohio. Nov. 12.-A
his witness unto all men, of what .
atended the theatre in Pahokee
Stone. Anne Mathis Tin Souiktr Suttr Cmy.
Mae
Spicer, Lily ,
score of persons were injured slightly -
thou hast seen and heard. Acts
Tuesday night. and Jo Hogan and Messrs. Vernon 22:15. and 50 automobiles were damag Adireni GJewhton. Florid
Fraser. Victor Blate. Murray Swindle; I ,
Mrs. C. C. Wilson has arrived from Van Cothern. Robert Hare Merrill LESSON TEXT: Acts 21:17-38.
TIME AND PLACE: A. D. 58; I
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Niagra Falls. N. Y. and is making Lowe, Joe Johnson. Phil Peterson.
I Caesarea and Jerusalem.INTRODUCTION i
her home here.J. Rufus Smith, Fred' Lorraine Harvey
: "After Paul's PURE CLEAR SOLI
Guthrie and Beder Nail.
Colton Weeks and O. A. Jonesof three years ministry at Ephesus he

Miami.. are spending a few days in went into Macedonia and spent

Clewiston on business. LaBelle PersonalsMr. some time with the.churches. at
Philippi, Thessalonica and Berea. LP'
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Miss Bonceil Stone and Casey -, Then he went down into Greece

'r Jones attended the theatre in Par and Mrs. A. L. Taylor and 'Mrs.' where he remained three months, :; 5 SA? .,

I" hokee Wednesday night Rich of LaBelle shopped in Ft. probably at Corinth. Being deter-

Myers Monday mined to be in Jerusalem for the

Ernest dark of Venice, recently feast of Pentecost, he retraced his i >
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employed by the U. S. Engineers is Mrs. Audrey Anderson, Mrs.' Vivian steps through Macedonia and down,]I

f! now residing in Clewiston., Howard: and Miss Ola Yates to the west coast of Asia Minor:, f.2a.Yr

motored to Ft. Myers Saturday. preaching and exhorting as he' went.
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t; Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stewart and (!
____ Seven of his friends besides Luke. ,
t Miss Dorothy Mormon motored to I 'Miss Merle Bronson. Ben Hill. Roy from Asia Minor and Macedonia ac-I II

", West Palm Beach Tuesday.Mrs. I Green and F.: Selby:) attended the companied him. Paul seemed to ex- I(I

show in Ft., Myers Sunday afternoon. pect trouble at Jerusalem for he
r W. C. Hooker. Miss Bonceil '
told the Ephesians that they would!
,ri Stone and Casey Jones attended the Morris Watson of Jacksonville and never see him again. At Caesarea I

theatre in Palm Bach Sunday. W.., F., Turner of LaBelle were busi-; prophets warned him that he wouldbe DEPARTRIENT o

'. I ness visitors in Clewiston Thursday. arrested and imprisoned if he coMPAN'
Miss Valerie Robinson arrived I'
---- went to Jerusalem. Finally Luke
3 Friday from London England where The teachers of LaBeile high
' and the rest of Paul's party plead
she has been spending the summer.
school attended the teachers' instijtutfi
with him to turn back from Jerusalem. .

i I in Ft. Myers Monday- and Tues- but Paul 'would not be persuaded. \, ... ........ .. .. .. .. .... .
' W.W. Preston, after spending the : day. ;; : .j j ; j XM>*X >MK X"i-XMM :-X WwXMX XMX-W-XMXMI : XtXX*MR:
,, summer in Chicago. has returned to He was ready he said not only V
'. I I to be bound but to die for:, his Mas-
: Clewiston
i and opened his law office Mrs. Audrey Andrews left LaBelleMonday I

here. for Tasmania where she will ter.

I I remain a few days visiting her par- From Caesarea Paul went to I" IT IS THE RULE
i I H. S. Hanover of Detroit and H. H. ents. Jerusalem where James, the brother ,.

: I Keller of Ventnor. New Jersey spent of Jesus and head of the Jeru- '

f r. several days this week in Clewiston I I Mrs. David Fountain and little salem church, said to him, "Thou : AND NOT THE EXCEPTION
on business. seest, brother, how'' many thousandsof I .i
i daughter Rebecca, visited her par- '
r' Jews there are which believe; :
ents In LaBelle for a few days last
John Sharrock arived in Clewis- ahd they are all zealous of the law: : : '
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week. .
\ ton recently from Maywood. Illinois.Mr. And they are informed of thee. that'thou I .
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Sharrock is an employee of the teachest all the Jews which '
Jake Calker of the U. S. dredge i THE UNANIMOUS PRAISE OF OUR GUESTS ON THE
U. S. Engineers. are among the Gentiles to forsake;
"Sarasota," spent, last week end at Moses neither to walk after the SUPERIOR TYPE OF SERVICE FOUND AT THE CLEW-

'F. Andre Paris of Princeton. New his former mother.home in Tampa, visitinghis .- I I customs. Do therefore this that we I ISTON INN IS THE RULE RATHER THAN THE EXCEP-

Jersey, arrived in Clewiston recentlyto say unto thee: we have four men

be connected with the Southern I i which have a vow on them; Them, I TION. i,

Sugar Company.G. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Anderson and take. and purify thyself with them* I

little son of New York city. who are and all may know tbat* *thou also' -

V. Clinch and W. P. Stuart, rep- spending the winter in Miami, spenta walkest orderly; and keepest the: PEOPLE COMING TO CLEWISTON APPRECIATE THE

resentatives of the Gulf Refining Co.. few days of last week visiting law." I INVIGORATING BREEZES THAT FLOAT INTO THE INN

transacted business in Clewiston. relatives in LaBelle. Mrs. Anderson -' The plan failed to, accomplish the
FROM LAKE OKEECHOBEE. AND THE EXCELLENT
Monday and Tuesday. was formerly Miss Kate Wilkinson conciliation ,of the Jews or the ac-
APPOINTMENTS OF THE INN MAKE IT THE IDEAL
of this city.
ceptance of Paul by them. for "when I
W. J. Brummette, who has been the seven days were almost ended PLACE TO RESIDE.

connected with the U. S. Engineersfor The junior girls class 'of the Baptist the Jews which were of Asiar when

the past month has returned to 'Sunday school were entertained they saw him in the temple. stirredup
his home in New Orleans. I : j jI
Monday night with a weiner roast. all the people, and laid handson

Those present were Nellie Cook. Lei- him, crying out Men of Isreal,
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Fisher enter- la Stewart, Eloise Turner -
Evelyn help: This is the man. that teachethall
tained Miss Bonceil Stone and Casey Luckpy; Marie Genevera the
Padgett men every where against THE CLEWIST N. INN
Jones at bridge at their home in Curry :Maude Poole. Mildred Yeo- people and the law. and this place: I

'South Bay Monday night. man and David Poole. Mr. and Mrs. and further brought Greeks also into -

Charlie Yeoman and Ed Cook. the temple and hath polluted this i On The Shore of Lake Okeechobee
Keith Hartsfield has returned to
holy place.Thel5e Jews were Ii
Clewiston after several months' ab;. .
lee_ CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY Paul's old enemies at Ephesus. aiI
C sence. Mr. Hartsfield is M
an employee James
Luckey celebrated his sixteenth where he had taught three years..

of the U. S. Engineers. birthday at his home last They had seen Paul in company ;":"::":":":":":":":": +H"H"K"H":": :"::":'-:":";":':":..;..:.:.:.:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..ji;.

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PAGE SEC ..-.- THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, IftSt

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i shall be the first consideration of WEEKLY FIGHTS DRAWINCREASING these same farms produced 50 million -

CONSTRUCTION TO the board. RANKS PARIS THIRDAS CROWDS pounds of sugar-and 9 million

I Effects of the action of the last -- pounds of tobacco. Oh, yes-here's
FASHION CENTER (Continued from page 1) another undiversified diversification

START{ ON LEVEE mitting legislature the In drainage passing board a bill to per-accept cision from George Hooks in a three -we incidentally produced about 6) .

bonds in payment of past due round exhibition of, clever boxing. million dollars worth of strawberry' (
Halston Avant. elongated 125- shortcake. Why. lady. lady.-farm "
taxes, was reflected in a comprehensive -
HERE NEXT WEEK report of General Manager A. pound Clewiston high school boy. lands in Florida have an estimated
won a decision from his school mate valuation of 460 million dollars-
W. Young. which showed that tax
redemption collections from Sep- Merrll Lowe after three rounds of and every year we sell about 240
EQUIPMENT ARRIVES HERE FOR this hard punching and defense work. million dollars worth of products
tember 21 to November 1, year
FIRST CONTRACT WORK totaled $220.927.07. Of this amount William Daub of LaBelle and from them. In other words-the

ON LEVEES \ there were $220,620.10 paid in Flattie Mathis of Moore Haven step- I farms pay for themselves every two

bonds and the small balance In .cash. ped into the ring, when Mathis; took years. Way down In the Everglades

MOORE HAVEN, FLA., Nov 13- up a challenge accepted by Marvin section they shipped 100 cars'of
Total number of acres affected by I
Actual construction work on a six' Altman last Tuesday. Altman :was beans in a single week and as a rule
the tax redemption collections was
mile section of the permanent levee unable to carry on his schedule bout these'beans are grown on ground
142.059.24 divided by counties as
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around lake Okeechobce is scheduled: with Daub on account of a sprained that has had other precious crops.
follows?
to begin near here Wednesday, according -! ft thumb. The young Moore Haven Just like in West Florida tobacco

to F. E. Clapp. representative -! Broward. 3,410; Dade. 371.40; fighter was not able to make head- land[ is planted to beans and forage

of the McWilliams dredging i Glades. 26.523; Hendry, 29.088.90; I ,i ; way against Daub and the contest crops after the tobacco harvest.

company, contractors, who arrived in II Highlands, 5.624.94; Martin and! ended in a. draw. Why. the other Saturday night

Moore Haven last week to operatethe Palm Beach, 69,733. I Gallopping Gomez winner of the down at Belle Glade, Fla.,' in the

first machine to be placed on the I The general manager's report also t 'y: .g. main bout accepted a challengefrom Everglade section the grocery stores

location. showed that with the transferringfrom Halston Avant for next Tues- kept open all night Saturday to take

Five large wooden mats are being the internal improvement fundto day night. The location of the ring care of the demands of bean pickersand

built here and will be used in walk- the drainage board of delinquenttax into more permanent quarters ''will I guess those bean pickers

ing the drag line to the levee site records, expenses in connectionwith be changed by the next series of were lured away from some up coun-

55 two miles east of Moore Haven. Mr. this phase of work are now fights. try community against their will-
$135 per month less than when a're
Clapp said about three days wouldbe and they glad of Florida farm
handled by the internal improvement -
necessary to complete constructionof lands? Diversification? ask
I board. them! Where under the high canop-
the mats and an additional three Florida Pointed To
days used in moving the machine Administration expense of the dis- r>NA MUNSON Is one movie star ied heavens can you duplicate that
trict for the fiscal year. November who does not feel she has to run
for an agricultural record in a
to the work. The first machine to
As Land Ot Great
I 1, 1931, to November 1. 1932, will to Paris twice a year In order,to be state that only has two hundred diversified -
be used here is a two-yard Bucyrus well dressed. In fact she has Joinedthe
total 97901. according to a bud-!
with a 60 foot boom. The machine'will Buy At Home movement and Potential WealthThe products. Another thing-
be used in setting back the old get of estimated expenses submitted : really prefers American fashions. It through what ingenious method did

levee which is practically on. the line today. has been said before that New YorkIs you double yourself up and do the
Estimated of the officeof ahead of Paris in styles. Miss
expense did when
mental handspring
of the permanent dike and in .digging ( following was broadcastover you
and in Munson agrees with this and says too
general secretary
fire ditches along. the base of manager that Hollywood also outranks Paris. WJAX Saturday, Nov. 7th by you ,said that we had a farm boom ; "
West Palm Beach are 26.801, of I .
and lured farmers here. Listen
the levee line.Information. "The average woman in a Paris Milton Bacon In the "Florida Air "
which $19,290 will be for salaries, i lot of misguided souls came? -
has not been made gown is not so well dressed as she la Dispatch.) Mary a
: $2.511. for furniture, rent, lights I well costumed," Miss Munson says. in here in 1925 and 1926 and boughtup
public as to when the rest of the. "There is an article in Liberty
I and incidentals. $2,00 for traveling Hollywood as a style center is to be and cut up farms and groves and
equipment of the McWilliams com- Magazine this week written by an
spotlighted in an early episode of the
expense, $1.000 for printed reportsfor I sold them as building lots at so
pany will arrive on location, but Radio Newsreel of Hollywood, a authoress Mary Noble by name. The
tax collections clerks of courts,
much each 25 front feet. There
. it is generally expected that most of weekly broadcast presenting the "be- subject written about has to do with per
etc.. and $2,000 for a miscellaneousfund. hind-the-scenes" of movie IfTe. wasn't farming in it at all.
any
story
; the machinery will be in use here by the placing of unemployed people on
55 Miss Munson is to be featured In the Why even 40 year old orange groves
the first of December. A. J. Smith southern farms and speaking of this
Other expense of the district pay- broadcast. fell victims to residential lot plat-
chief field engineer for the McWil- she has the following to' say ot:
able through the West Palm Beach ting. Where under the bright actinic -
liams company was in Moore Haven office :will include $5,000 for the at- Texas, Louisiana, Mexico, Arizona, Florida as a likely place where of the Florida sun did you
over the week end looking over the commissioners Mississippi, New Mexico, Cuba. the this could be done. The following is rays
I torney, $6.000 get diaphanous data? Oh, Mary,
territory.It Isle of Pines, and Continental taken from her statement: "I feel
and $4,500 for the consulting en- I Mary you have messed up your
is understood that ,the other I gineer's office;; $10.000 and $6.000 Europe. Competition is keen, especi- that Florida, should not be included fielding record journalistically

equipment will include one fouryardline .for ,the' commissions to tax assessors I ally for the' tourist trade both in with other southern states in considering speaking-your name is as old as

one with a capacity of 17-8 this country and abroad. this problem. Much of
and tax collectors. respectively, the hills of Judea but you're still on
yards and one with a 2-yard bucket.A while under the head of expenses I I Steamship lines, with reduced Florida's soil is put to its best use all fours when it comes to information -

5- 5 floating clam shell dredge is also were listed $600 :for the attorney, rates and superior accommodations, in the making of golf links and ten- about Florida. You've been dip-

listed as a part of the equipment of $2.000 for the commissioners, $4.000for are bidding for American patronageas nis courts. But it does not lend itself ping your pen in a jar of cold creamat

the contractors. advertising of tax sales. and $5- never before, aided by publicity to diversified farming, as many 'some 42nd street beauty parlor
bureaus of foreign countries. The farmers can bear tragic testimonyto
000 for fund for lawsuits -
emergency when should have been tiptoeing -
you
; DRAINAGE POLICY FORMED bonds and extra work in con- winter tourist business is, being this fact. Farmers from the in the tulips of a Florida gardento
sought by Canada and resorts in up- northwest were lured to this land of
BY EVERGLADES BOARD nection with the settlement with the get ,your intellectual and agricul-
trustees. per New York and Vermont 'and perpetual sunshine by real esate pro- .
tural inspiration for weekly Liberty.I
office I. Maine. At Lake Placid one million moters during the boom." That is in
Expenses of the engineering -
(Continued from page 1) hate to blow the fuse in your
for the purpose of drainage and of the district for the same fis-: dollars is being expended on, a mile substance the statement of this writer journalistic powerhouse. but to be
and a quarter coaster slide, where about Florida and its agricultural
reclamation. cal year period to be paid from the brutally uncouth, Mary, your liter-
sleds attain of hun- possibilities. by Mary Noble. Oh,
administration fund estimated. a velocity one
,( 2. Canals connected with Lake were ary dungarees don't fit Florida
dred miles hour. Ski is Mary Mary! you got a grand old
Okeechobee are not for the purpose at $28,000, divided as $18.000 for: an jumping farms."
' of controlling the lake level. salaries in accordance with present I fast gaining popularity."But name, but your education on Florida

,..'. 3. Purpose of the canals hereby schedule $5,000 for estimated ex- our greatest competitor is soil has been sadly neglected. You KNOCKING FOR A PURPOSE i-
California. I wish citizen of there is no diversification on
to' declared to be for control of water penses and $5.000 for the emergency every say r
;" conditions on lands of district af- fund. Florida had in his possession a copy Florida farms. Shades of Henry Here's to' the yeller hammer
' 'What A of Flagler preserve us-why Mary, the Who knocks with his bill
: fected by the canals. It is also -explained ,that there will of the brochure Century
'. in connectionwith Progress Means to California.' It very birds of the air and the fish An' knocks an' knocks
be other i
4. Canals shall be used to remove expenses
would put him- on his toes instantlyand In the waters adjacent to Florida 'Till he gits his fillHe's
: water from lands under wet condi- the engineering office, but other
tions. I expenditures will be charged i never again would he questionthe shores are more diversified than in a dern sight better
Florida exhibitat other part of North America Than the croakers who yell:
advisability of any
and -a
5. Canals shall be"used to prevent against the maintenance fund "
possibly the world, We have 400 "This here country's gwine ter hell.
overdrainage under dry conditions riot classed as administration. Chicago. For years California has "
* I maintained a year 'around exhibit in kinds of birds in Florida. We have -Ex.
but shall not be used for irrigation The administration tax levy is approximately -
r. Chicago. Already it has recognizedthe 600 kinds of fish Jn our waters. Di-
I by overflow. I $270.000, and although A Fit For Furs
No. 6. Raising of the water levelin there is an estimated expense totalof magnitude and importance of versification-listen-there are almost -' Dorothy-When will you get your
the World's Fairc.where the bro- two hundred different kinds 01'
> as
$97,901 board members expressed 'I
the canals to such an extent as new fur coat. mamma?
will result in surface overflow or un- the belief that the the present chure states, 'will tend to draw peo- fruits. vegetables and other farm l\tother-Your dad says it can't

duly wet soil conditions for the pur- rate of tax collection it is ple to enjoy our unequalled climate products produced from Florida Ibe I done-
question-j farms. Why the tennis courts and
and to assist in further developmentof
pose of frost protection will not be able whether even this Dorothy-Say. momsie, ''have you
their fertile golf links you sp,ak Mare fur-
'with
our
spaces
open
permitted. If a land owner or sub- be collected. I ever tried throwing yourself on the
district obtains to A monthly report submitted by soil and with ready markets. The rounded by truck farms, orange
drainage a permit floor and kicking your feet the wayI
use canal water for frost protection Glenn V. Scott. chief drainage engineer -I amazing increase in our populationis groves and other citrus fruits that do-The Richmond Christian Ad-
I owing chiefly to the continued brought in a revenue last year of
the board will accept no responsibility stated that survey of the vocate.
or liability for-any -damage. that West Palm Beach and the Hills-I their harmony of action.' There's the about 70 million dollarsotherfruits

may result. borough'canals showed that there and tireless effort put forth by our and vegetables from these Hot Lamps
I : And with harmony of action in Flor- undlversified farms brought in the
7. Navigation must accommodateItself are approximately 750,000 square to undiversified From a Story-With the cry of a
to canal levels.8.'Landowners yards of hyacinths to be removed i commercial organizations and to munificent sum tigress she burned Lord Derrlngforth
Ida we shall go to Chicago with an Florida farmers of 189 million\! dol-
of other
or subdrainage from each canal. Survey i with her violet) eyes.-Boston Transcript -
exhibit spelling new and evergrowing -I lars-and get this sister Mary:"
districts anxious to provide irriga- canals in the district has not been

tion by use of canal water may apply completed. He also reported the lev- prosperity to Florida." -

for permits. el of Lake Okeechobee for the OKEECHOBEE SHERIFF GETS .:-..... ................................................................................................................................................................................................................J"
9. Foregoing declarations shall month of October to average 13.4 A 'iClewiston

prevail except in case of emergency, feet.A SIX YEARS o FEDERAL SENTENCE X

which is to be interpreted as hurri- petition of Everglades farmers .-- !

cane, breakdown or destruction of cultivating approximately 5,000 (Continued from page 1) Yt.

lock of spillway, Serious obstructionin acres of lake bottom land asked that Tomassello, jr., member of the state *. *

canal or fire. the St. Lucie canal locks be openedto legislature; E. W. Smith of the Y Golf Course It]

10. The general manager herebyIs eliminate possibility of their lands Florida Power and Light Companyand

authorized and directed to make being submerged and the crops de- Sam Durrauce Baptist minister,

rules and ,regulations and issue in-, stroyed. General Manager Young appeared as character witness testi- J t tx

structions to carry into effect the and Engineer Scott pointed out fying as to many years of friendshipwith Open .. .-:
Id .
declarations of policy herein con- however that since the locks have the sheriff in whom they expressed "'-' > |

tained. been closed for the past few weeks confidence and stating that v Y ,

While the declaration of policy that the lake level has been lowered they would not believe the sheriff's i | ?

regarding the physical works of the 'through evaporation. The .general accusers. :|i: And in Excellent Condition ?i iY

district was:: voted on in_ sections, manager said that in the event The prosecution was conducted ?

another section of the declarationof that the crops are threatened by by W. A. Paisley, B. R. Cisco and J.I Y |

policy dealing with departmental high water, he will order the St. P. Lieb, assistant United States dis- Y y. .?

operation was unanimously approved Lucie locks opened. trict attorneys. Bert Riley, Miami. .Y. v
in its entirety.The and 'C. D. Abbott and E. R. Ham- -
i The Public is invited to ::
features of this section.,FLORIDA CAN NOT AFFORDTO rick, West Palm Beach. were defense play under .
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which was compiled by F. C. Elliott, MISS TAKING PART IN attorneys. _

were that the Everglades Drainage WORLD FAIR SAYS McRORY .. :.:. honor system of rules governing : .:;.:
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District will favor plan .
a whereby
maintenance work will be done by DeLand, Nov. 12-."Frequently I NOTICE .:_,: the C.:i:.,

contract rather than by the district have been asked", said Hon. Geo. W. The partnership of Breardsley & y. ?y

forces. except in cases where greater McRory, representative from Semi- Heard vegetable brokers operating ? :
efficiency and would nole of the Florida I
economy county, secretary under U. S. D. A. license-was dis- '|
be promoted through use of district Commission. A Century of Progress, i
solved June 10 1931.J. ?
forces; that all things being equal "if Florida could afford at this timeto
E. BEARDSLEY.
Florida contractors be shown pref- consider financing an exhibit at ,. --_ :: Players are expected to register: :|i:


that erence no in work awarding lie undertaken of contracts unless; the held World's in 1933.Fair My in Invariable Chicago answeris to be $ 5 .00IN :Y|;: .and pay green' fees before f i .

funds .
are available or definitely arranged : 'Can we afford not tp be repre- | 5 x
for and that the board will sented?' Florida has fruit, veget- playing :i::

not commit itself to the expense of ables home sites, farms and groves,' CASH PRIZESSee ; x

any undertaking unless funds are climate, recreatipnal facilities, fish- :: + ,,," ,
available or definitely arranged. ing, hunting, and sunshine, to sell 'Your 1 1'r Y )
Druggist : .r'x.
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