The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00345
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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 20, 1931
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00345
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,I EARTH IS THROWN Entire Pass Scout Merit Troup ExamsA FIGHT RING MOVEDTO I Says Clewiston of Section's AirportOne Best I ALL IN READINESSFOR


court of honor ,at which every Clewiston has one of the best nat-

CO boy scout present passed at least one : ural flying fields to be found in this

M'WILLIAIS merit badge test was held here, Mon-( INTERESTING CARD ARRANGED section of Florida, said Lester Glass- HERE NEXT WEEK

I day night with Scout Executive FOR TUESDAY WEEK cock pilot of the Florida Aircraft

Kyte of Royal Palm council super-' corporation who landed "
a large six -
vising. place Ballanca plane here today on CAST PREPARED FOR TWO DAY
Four young scouts passed the required : The weekly boxing contests sched- his way from Dunedin to Miami.Mr. SHOWING OF SUGARLAND
I STARTS THIS WEEK tests to become second class I .
uled here for Tuesday were post- Glasscock flying a Ballanca MINSTREL
scouts. They were M. A. Thomas, Jr'.j poned on account of inability to plane similiar in construction and
The first dipper of earth to be
Joel Wynn. James Winn and move the ring in time for the bouts. design to the successful ToykioSeatle -I Clewiston is looking forward to
thrown for the permanent levee was I
ald Deam. The unusual number of
The new ]location will be on South craft, 'recently arrived in Tampa an unusual treat here next Mondayand
turned yesterday by the McWilliams seven merit badges were gained at. Atlantic street, near the location of from Los Angeles in 14 hrs. 45 min. Tuesday when the high school
Construction company a few miles the court of honor Bobby Hare. I
machine. by the Clewiston Building Material The plane will be at the Clewiston I auditorium is to transformed into a
from Moore Haven. The
The site of the scout activitieswas
location about' company office. airport Saturday and Sunday for I sugarland cafe, for the presentation
placed on
I was on the ridge on the shore of
Further postponement of the commercial flying. : of Sugarland Minstrel local talent
! noon is being used to dig fire Lake Okeechobee. as the scouts r
ditches and tow canal along the levee gathered about a large camp fire to weekly bouts is caused by presentation MrGlasock was accompaniedto i production. given by the recently

line. Other machinery of the i listen to the stories told them by I. of the Sugarland Minstrel here Clewiston by Mr. and Mrs. Dick i organized Ham club ,dramatic organ -

construction company is expected to Mr. Kyte.IpLANS. next Monday and Tuesday nights Zimmerman and Norman Allen of for the benefit of the local
arrive daily. i but promotors announce an unusually Dunedin. They expect to leave for !. Parent-Teachers association.

The McWilliams company, suc- strong card for the following i Miami early Monday morning. .1 During the past week the principals -

cessful bidders for the initial six I MADE FOR Tuesday. December first. in the minstrel have spent

mile unit, will bring the remainderof Bobby Hare of Clewiston. and I' much time in preparation' for the

equipment allotted to the Lake Eric Boe of Moore Haven will meet NIMRODS TO FIELDSAS 'I production and under the director

Okeechobee project at an early LEGION GOLF MEET in the semi-finals; Johnny Mathis, ship of airs. Marjorie B. Wallace

date. Lack of water in the Caloosa- I Hooker's Point. and a fighter from and Miss Mae Drew chorus coach

hatchee river has caused a change in TO SET HANDICAPS FOR COMING Sebring will feature as main attrac- SEASON. OPENSEAST I the cast is ready for the opening

the routing of the machinery. It was tion for the' night. Halston Avant I,night.
originally planned for the machinery I and "Golloping Gomez" are listed The first scene is laid in the ,Cafe
.; to be shipped from New Orleans. against each other in one of COAST HUNTERS TREK Sugarland, in which minstrel gags

southern branch office. to the pro- the preliminary fights. TO EVERGLADES HAUNTSOF songs, choruses, dances and novelties -
With the third annual American
ject via Ft. Myers and the Caloosa- Legion golf tournament to begin at I WILD GAME including a xylophone solo will
hatchee. waters of the Ca- be given. The xylophone solo
'Since the : will be
an early date golfers playing the It .H.Eailing to
loosahatchee are at such a low stage. local Open Scores of hunters from Palm given by Vincent G. Newell, lately
course are being requested by
it will be' necessary for the equip- Beach and other localities on the with Metropolitan and Munson Line.
Major C. C. Wilson, pro., to turn all Here In
ment to enter the lake from the St. in at house DecemberInterior East Coast joined with Clewistonites Characters in the cafe scene are:
scores the caddy so pro-
Lucie Canal north of Canal Point in the annual trek to the fast- maitre d'hotel. Phillip Peterson;
per handicaps may be arranged for
and be towed to location around the the tournament. The tournament work started this weekin nesses of the Everglades .for the chorus of guests, include Miss Mae
shore canal., opening of the hunting season to- Drew Miss Jo Hogan Miss Louise
I this year will be by match play. as preparing a store room in the
With the first construction work has been the other Legion tournaments Hay building for occupancy by W. day. Waldron, Miss Marion Leydig Miss

actually begun on the project and I! H. Failing. of Fort Myers, who an- Most of the parties went into the Beatrice Kettl, Miss Edith Willits,

federal engineers rushing the task As soon as handicaps can be set. nounces he will open a dry goods woods yesterday in order to be on and Messrs. A. W. Sias, JE..

of gathering details for other parts golf fans will be paired for the store in the location formerly occupied hand for the early morning hunting, Beardsley. Murray Swindle M. E.

I of the project the largest single engineering tournament. Entries are expected by Nadel's department store. and from camp the forests resounded Yenowine. W. C. Prewitt. and Dr.J. .

II' project in the south is I from all towns near by. I The store will open about December with the sound of guns firing W. Ezelle.

well under way near here. The : .An increasing number of players first and the accompanying baying of The cabaret chorus which pro-

initial unit of construction of the I from out-of-town are playing the Mr. Failing is owner and opera- the dogs.A vides entertainment to the snappy

permanent levee is expected to require -I course each week. Five ladies from'I II tor of Failing's in Ft. Myers, but wild turkey for the Thanksgiving accompaniment by Miss Jeanette

ten months for completion. I Belle Glade were seen on the course says he will devote his personal at- feast as well as provisions for Morgan is composed of Miss Elsie

Before this unit is completed it is Sunday and it is understood that I tention to the Clewiston unit A new the camp while in the woods seemedto Hare. 'Miss Bonciel Stone. Miss Jewel

expected that other bids will be let I they will be among the entries in the assortment of ladies' and gentle- be the objective of the majorityof Lowe. Miss Kathryn Deam. Miss

for further construction of at least tournament.The I nten's furnishings will be carriedin the hunters. Deer is still plentifulin Jamye Williams, and Miss Frances
section of the 62.5 miles I Munroe. The comedy touch is furn-
one more local course one of the trick- the new location. the Everglades and came in for
I included in the South Shore Levee. I ished by the 'colored' waiters Ed
:iest in the state, is now in better. I its share of attention from the nim- ;
: The south shore levee is mapped to DRAGLINE MACHINE TO REST rods Butler. Happy Cook Charlie Miner
condition than it has been at any '
begin at. a point near Lakeport and. 1 ..... Bill Wallace Red Lowe and Joe
time previous. Top dressing has:been -y FOR FIRST TIME IN-MONTHS .Game -wardens. report that gameis
roughly following the shore line of Johnson.
applied to the greens and winter i plentiful for the hunters this
Lake Okeechobee to a point a few grass seed planted to add to the I The large government leased year. and they are making the customary Variety acts )include dances by the

A. miles south of the St. Lucie canal. attractiveness of the course. dragline property of the Canal Con- effort to see that the state cabaret chorus, a talking skit. "Dat

On the northern side of the lake, struction company will get a full laws respecting game preserves and I Dog-gone Dog" by Miss Marion Ley-

in the vicinity of Okeecohbee. other Post Office Issues 24-hour rest period. on Thanksgiving bag limits are enforced in order to dig and Mrs. Wallace.As .

dikes are to be built. Approximately ing the first it will have had insure conservation of game for'I a grand finale a hilarious act

20 miles of levees are to be con- I since July fourth. The machine hasi future sport.Seminole. entitled "The Filming of Uncle

structed on the north shore levee Shop Early arning worked continuously since it started Tom's Cabin" will be given with the

I; line. Deepening Taylor's creek from I construction work here some, following cast: Levi Shootzum. director -

I' Okeechobee to the lake is also included months ago. with no rest periods. farms Buds G. O- Wallace; Red, the
I The first suggestion of shop, early,
in the federal. government's I other than those caused by breakdowns cameraman Phil Peterson;, Uncle
for Christmas made this
9000.000 navigation and flood con- when Postmaster was A. W. Lawrence A holiday has been declared Thousand Wild Roses Tom. Joe Johnson; Aunt Chloe. Ed

trol project. from midnight Wednesday until Butler; Simon Legree. Bill Prewitt;
calls attention to postal regulations
.----- Little Eva. Marshal Yenawine
midnight of Thanksgiving day. ; the
the of mail
MIAMI LOCKS Three crews of operators and inspec- Seminole Farms, a beautiful development bloodhound. "Prince" Wallace.A .
Christmas Rules the
day. of department -
+! tors will benefit by the holiday.The located a short distance
Max: Min. Rain call for no delivery of lettersor nominal charge will be made

Monday ................ 77 65 packages on Christmas this year machine has been operated east of Clewiston on the Palm Beach for both performances, the proceedsof

I Tuesday............ 79 64 other than special delivery articles. 24-hours a day. with no rest even highway is continuing its beautifi- which will be given to the Par-

\ Wednesday ____...... 78 63 he says. A bulletin issued by the for lunch hours, one mechanic oper- cation work with the addition of a ent-Teachers association.

Thursday.............. 79 63 post:. office department says that ating the dragline while anotheris thousand rose bushes.

Friday................. 84 61 only sufficient number of employeesof at lunch. The continuous work The work of budding these roses SOUTH BAY

Saturday............. 81 60 the department will be on handon ; for the machine Is broken only for has just been completed this week Max. )fin. Rain

'Saturday ......._._..._ 82 59 three oiling periods a day. by V. V. Mason, Moore Haven. own-
Christmas to distribute, the first
Monday .... : ...... 76 57
Rainfall for week ....:__.............. 0.00 class mail into the regular boxes i er of Mason's Rose Garden. Five .
Tuesday _............... 80 60
Previous rainfall .................... 35.37 and for the delivery of special delivery -JI BUSINESS HOUSES CLOSE hundred red radiance roses. two
I Wednesday ......__.. 79 6015
ALL DAY THANKSGIVINGBusiness hundred pink radiance and three
packages.The Thursday __ ......-. 79 57
Rainfall to date ...................... 35.37 post office department re-I hundred assorted varieties were 'm.
Friday .....: .......__.. 81 57
in Clewiston will be at to thousand stock
grafted on a
quests all purchases to be made and!I Saturday __...__....... 81 58
a temporary standstill Thursday in bushes which were set out for the
Lack of Food Causes mailed early this year to facilitate i[ Sunday ...._........... 82 64
observance of Thanksgiving. Re- last summer. The original
the delivery of Christmas articles purpose Rainfall for week ___.... 0.15
found """ "
tail stores will be closed for businessall stock. which has been most
Death in Bee HivesGainesville before the holiday. Previous rainfall _. ................. 39.94
clay and the telegraph office and suitable to the muck of the Everglades :
The usual warnings to register. or
office will observe holiday "Texas!
post is that known as
Fla.-Many beekeepers insure valuable mail is also given. Rainfall to date ......-...-.......__ _40.09
\ -I hours. Wild Stock," and has been used byMr. .

make the mistake of taking the DAY AFTER THANKSGIVING Employees of the federal government Mason very successfully.John .

. honey too close. and as a result lose DECLARED SCHOOL HOLIDAY at work here on the navigation K. Mowrey and associates. Finds Beef Raising Cost

I 1 large numbers of bees each winter and flood control project are of Seminole Farms have
E. Foster inspector I Third Less Than North
R. apiary
says holiday. all
1t11 3- November is just about the best to be given a Practically neglected nothing that would add to

,.- for the State Plant Board. month of the year to go to school I I work of the Southern Sugar com- the beauty and attractiveness of

1 '1 .I Now is the time to look at the pupils of Clewiston school ,are say- pany will halt for tho day. their development. and the FarmsIs Gainesville. Fla.-Beef cattle can

i, bees and see that every colony has ing. one of the show places of this sec- be raised in Florida for onethirdless

planty of honey. Mr. Foster reports Prof. M. G. Langford principal of CLEWISTONMax. tion. than in the cooler states,

that every spring while going over the school has announced a holidayfor :. Min. Rain George Dyson general manager of

the state he finds that hundreds of Friday following Thanksgiving.This Monday..............- 77 56 NEW BARRACKS: OPENEDTo the Dyson and Rodewald Ranch,

have died during ... ........ 79 58
colonies of bees will be the second two-day Tuesday .00. Rushville, 111., stated during a recent -
attributes most of .......... 78 62 .02
the winter. He holiday for the school pupils. A j:Wednesday in visit to the College of Agricul-
of food. .............. 79 55 relieve a housing shortage
I this loss to a shortage teacher's institute, in Ft. Myers I I i(Thursday located ture herd here. Foundation stock
Because the winter months are earlier in the month was re-< Friday ..._.............. 81 58, Clewiston, the New Barracks for the college herd was purchased
............. 60 near the mill of the Southern Sugar
!' not severe in Florida is not suffici- sponsible for a like period of holi-!Saturday week. The from this nationally known ranch

ent reason to expect the bees to day. By agreement. the classes were: Sunday................. 80 65 company, was opened this and I two years ago.

work day. When they are forc- Rainfall for week ..................... 0.02 new barracks contains 34 rooms,
every conducted on Armistice day here so W. "Here the farmer has a plentiful
ed to do this and two or three cold be declaredfor Previous rainfall ...................... 35..17 will be used to house men only.
a two-day period could A- Davis manager, said this week. I supply of natural pasture during
days come along many die. Fifteen Thanksgiving. for practically the entire year .and he
"y. to 20 pounds of honey should' be a Rainfall to date ........................ 35.40 A11'of occupancy the but rooms the are opening not ready of 14 for 'is not confronted with the difficultand

J left in each hive at all times. TAYLOR RESIGNS crowded expensive housing problem that
use will aid in relieving
) In cases where there is a shortage BIREAKS ARM conditions In many of the houses .makes cattle-raising in the northern
I of honey Mr. Foster recommends A. L. Taylor, cashier of the bankof states expensive." he said.
a mixture of sugar and wat- LaBelle, resigned this week to de- Little Bobby Fontaine three year here.

I o er. in equal parts. The best way to vote his attention to his personal I' old son of Mr. and Mrs. E. R Fon- PIONEER SAUSAGE CANNED

feed this is to take an empty super, business interests around LaBelle.G. taine suffered a broken arm here DEATH CALLS

without frames, and place on top R. Kinzie, assistant cashier will Tuesday night while playing on the residentof Inverness. Fla.Two hundred
the continue in this capacity for the lawn of the Watanabe hotel. It was Charles Roan. 62. pioneer
of hive after removing cover. died suddenly at number 2 cans of sausage were recently -
Put some pine straw or excelsior in time being and the affairs of the decided that an X-ray examination Hendry county canned by a farmer near here
the it. bank will have the close supervisionof would be necessary to determine the his home in Ft. Denaud early
a dish and pour syrup over attributed from the trimmings from 12 small
J. H Fears 'vice-president Mr. extent of the injury and the patient day morning. His death was
The bees will do .the j he had killed for storage. re-
stroke of appoplcxy.
rushed to Arcadia where the I to a
-' Taylor has been actively connected was Moore. home
:Mrs. Elizabeth
"1'l)h H. H. Keller. of Detroit, was a with the bank for the past five bone was set. He was returned Wed- The body was buried in Ft. Myers demonstration ports agent.I .

business visitor here today. years. nesday and is getting along nicely. Wednesday.


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er potrion cf the state. With the natural world's greatest bean producingarea ine, a fair where they charge ad- IAN/NINIHI..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:N:H:N:N:N:N:N:N).:HIHSIISISMN

THE CLEWISTON NEWS productiveness of the Ever- you should get a pound or two mission and everything at a Time :N:H:N:N:N:N:'.:N:N:H:H:N:HN:N:N:H:N:N:--:0.-

glades soil and the length of grow- each week from your local provis- like this. Manager ''Strieder has a

Published every Friday In Clewiston ing season a diversified programof ion merchant. The beans have a herd of carpenters repairing E. STEBEL .
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS -
farming can be used the year wonderful flavor this year and there Ings and he's been paying \. .
Inc. ,
around. Sufficient food for home are plenty of them. The price is money to print a premium list Dealer in

consumption can be raised and the reasonable and beans are good for announces that he will give
Entered second class matter. Electric, Refrigerators
as remainder can be sold for a sub-I you. Be a bean booster and help the around $50.000. Shades of
February 1, 1927 at the Post Officeat
stantial profit. Farmers who'pro- Okeechobee people realize a great hoochee. does he think money StovesRadios
Clewiston Florida, under the Act
l duce the greatest amount of their ambition.-Miami Post. on trees. Somebody ought
of March 3,. 1897. own food and feed-stuffs for their -0- him about conditions. and Supplies

animals will be found ranking in Down In Moore Haven Radio Repairing r

A newspaper devoted to the best the list of sucessful farmers in ev- clearing two hundred acres Florida
Interests of Hendry County, Florida.Its FASTINGBy
ery community.Each will be planted to sugar

leading newspaper. county in the Evergladeshas isn't that a sweet mess?
hundreds of acres of land that JOHN W. DODGE they leave out every third . . . . .
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Subscription rate: per year$2.00 I N.H.N.NN H NN tNININIHINIH//
can be utilized as small farms. Why won't have to plow any :

Outside of State of Florida ._...$2.50 not tell the world of the Everglades'; "HOW LONG. 0 LORD!" spring. But that would be I

possibilities? trick to play on the farm
There Is
a sect of religious mys-
Advertising rates furnished on ap -0- tics in India who undergo yearly a Only one announcement SANITARY SHOP

plication. DIVERSIFIED FARMING IN fast of about thirty days. Others, as ernor this week 'what's the

FLORIDA. a protest against some supposed in- are the rest of you-'fellows Barbers Try To Conduct

Business office Clewiston News justice they were powerless to ed or something, or Is the of Cleanliness.

Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and Nathan Mayo Florida's efficient_ wide-Com- avenge or out of sheer bravado, or ployment situation really T We Go Beyond That
awake, popular and
for other reasons, have fasted fifty Oh. I know Its getting You Sanitary
And Give
Advertising, same. missioner of Agriculture has latelYi find ,
days or more. harder to a vacant
been annoyed by finding a writer in In All Kinds Of Barber
The longest record fast by a dog The department of
Telephone 339 a popular magazine "throwing off"on timates Florida's citrus
is 117 days scorpions have starved crop
this State. The next thing occur-
368 days spiders 17 months; frogs 500,000 boxes. Now if our
ring at the Department of Agriculture MAKE A SPECIALTYOF
really got $2 box that
have survived starvation for 16 per
WE ARE THANKFUL Tallahassee, was the sendingof
months; a certain fresh water fish be $33,000,000 figuratively
letter protesting against the \\ ATER SHAMPOOS
a 20 months; snakes two years; the ing, but between you
With the thoughts of Thanksgiving statement made that "Florida does larvae of small beetles have lived !would be worse than that,

holiday confronting the nation not lend itself to diversified farm- five years without food. I be a miracle If the growers CIVIC CENTER

we are all turning our minds to- ing." This declares Mr. Mayo is the Of course those animals. having And it seems the

ward the things for which we have very opposite of the truth. In other been deprived of income have had going to Marry Anna next SHOP.

just cause to be thankful. Aside .words it is false and perhaps it to draw upon their capital to cover The invitations are out and Jh\. Conner, Prop.

from flowery words of graphic description -.might be regarded as likely to dam- the expense of subsistence. Life endures ises to be quite an event. A

telling of the joys of liv- age the State through creating a, only so long as the reserve fellows are being groomed,

impression regarding our fertile ......,, \
ing in free America that will be wrong capital lasts. will be the best man. l

poured from platforms throughoutthe :. soil wonderful climate and the What about some six millions of can stay at home until .

nation the home circles will also possibilities of raising everything
unemployed without any capital? then they can Marry
be scenes of deep meditation in : that is listed in the agricultural I LAND OWNERS MEETING'
How long will the reserve capital ISLAND DRAINAG9DISTRICT
these days of thanksgiving. In the books and catalogues."No '
life insurance savings and bank deposits GREAT POWER '

home circles the words of express- State in the Union does, with all outgo and no income I SOUTHEAST annual land owners meeting of*

ing gratitude may not be as beau- self to diversified farming as last? What about the capital of' -' Island Drainage District whit
tiful from a standpoint of rhetoric. Florida" says the commissioner inj I at the Court House in Moore
some 25 million people which is Great potential power I Florida on Friday the 4thi
but the heartfelt expresions will ,his letter to the magazine editor i! 6)C.December 1931. at 3:00 o'clock,.
I daily. being depleted depreciated deflated ed In the Southeast by I '
hundred -
other State one i,
"No grows
make in feeling where words are
up. used up. if our business and done in the meeting held
vegetables of this meeting Is to
fruits and seventy-five ; purpose
lacking. financial fasting and starving con- vannah in the early part of t member of the Board of Su
Here in Clewiston we have much commercially. The S50.000 acres inj;tinues? when a permanent to fill the expiring term of I
for which to be thanful. We have a fruits and vegetables supply 10 per I Patterson and to transact such
Can human beings fast longer the Southeastern Economic business as may properly be
cent of the Winter-marketed cropsin
healthful location and all the other
than .
the dogs. scorpions spiders frogs was effected through a
endowments of nature and in the the United States. During E. FRIERSON.
,fish, snakes? Are the masses of humanity two councils, with J.
season 1930-1931 there were Board of Supervisors.
material side we have better busi- I
: to be subjected to a starva- same objectives in view.
carloads of these crops COUSE,
ness prospects than any other city [tion life as the 'larvae of small I bined organization .

of similiar size in Florida at least shipped from the State of "Flor beetles for five years? Will our nation vast power that if properly Nov. 6, 13, 20.
if not in the United States. ida." The fact is also mentioned
of submit to I
men and women to the fullest extent possible
Construction of a permanent dyke that according to the animal starvation of existence
periods for putting the
the will Farm Census of 1930, Florida had I
about lake relieve any: an- Southern
or will they refuse to be mere of the United States
xiety that might be caused from fear only 1.969.234 acres in actual
larvae of human bettles? the way to progress and
of the of hurricane dis tivation. With this small acreage being -
recurrence the lower animals exist- Company
Among the extent and benefits of
asters. Almost weekly additions to. used for agricultural purposesthe I
ence, under inanition. may extend man can foretell.
value of all crops given as,
the population shows the confidence was
over incredibly protracted periods. to'Creditors:
The thus
valua- power
others place in Clewiston. $135.000,000; this at farm
i But, red blooded active, ambitious, be greatly increased is in to the provision of an order of the
Reorganization of the sugar com- tion. daring courageous. brave and Court of Hendry County Florida la
not much lightened energetic and October 17. 1931. in a caUM
here means much to the busi- "Florida does use as entered
other; heroic men. who are. willing to work,, forts to be put forth in pending entitled & Kilby Corpor
ness conditions. The list of its ad- fertilizer as some of the corporation,et al..Complainant.against
find mis-
but can no work due to
: the welfare of corporation.
vantages is too long to mention but States, yet the writer in the maga-I common Sugar Company, a
I Southern Sugar
guidance ignorance, greed avarice interested and all creditors of The
. each of us realizes what it means Jne complained of declared that: directly the defendant in aid cause are
1 or other causes, produced or allowed -
' to individuals.On ; other Southern State had an the movement inaugurated required to file duly sworn statement of tk"
. us as 'every with
the said
to continue by those who should ''Savannah conference claims against Corporation
thanksgiving day at least let amazingly rich fertility of its soilas Receivers appointed by said
," Mr. Mayo. who, lead and correct-such men, with session for two days and at the office of the Receivers in the City
us take stock of our reasons for be- a whole' says Florida on or before the :20th
and -
starving wives children pinched
. is still a pioneer: nights. Out of this almost Said statement of
, ing thankful. Then let us be thank- adds that Florida November 1931.
drawn faces crying or dying be- other things 1M
respects Of its more ous and harmonious session shall set forth among
State in
ful. many and
I and amount of the claim amount
fore their eyes Inch by inch, day in
has organization claim-
----o.--- than thirty-five million acres it permanent of any security or lien held by the
"' million under the and day out, as they look into their and practical discusion of .to which the claimant 1* or claims to be
FIGHTING DEPRESSION less than two of
. and also any claim to preference
faces-such will not starve
plow. "We will compare with any: men nor ous phases of the' work to I in payment to any other creditori of
let others starve. it is I .
and which
While Fall truck crops roll to State on the acres cultivated. he by to the foregoing provision of mM
Men humans-the cannot fast I
market and bring back the dollars: says. The editor of the magazine is are bring great and r:-rmnent all persons, firms association and cot
l as lower animals. Let us arise- and ons.who shall fall so to file their claim or
farmers in various sections of the asked to publish the letter of Com- the individual States against The Southern Sugar Company

,.:, state are laying plans to fight depression missioner Mayo ,, but whether that awake from our stupor and torporour tire area comprising the I the said Receivers on and or before foreclosed said data from
worship of Mammon and Dol- be forever
not the great public is These nine States are i claim against The
and feed the nation with happens or & or asserting,any
lars. Better this than to have ex North and from
disturbedover Tennessee Company participat
, fresh Florida Winter vegetables and not likely to be greatly tucky. Sugar properties of said Corpora-
the asset or
plosions-to ignite human dynamite.
made by a contributor South Carolina. Georgia further
- fruits. The department of agricul- the statement the proceeds thereof except upon
Leaders 'awake! Throw off the herein granted and entered
;' information is so Florida and Mississippi. of the court
, whose
ture report shows that Fall
'. shackles! See that men are given cause shown and upon proper applica
;': was lower than last year's planting strangely limited. Hugh McRae. of

' but the yield in several commodities Florida is probably the most talk-I work. Be Leaders. C., was elected president 1 ,October 201931.
.. will be larger and peak shipments ed of State in the Union although "TOO LATE: TO CLASSIFY"By council he being a man of I P. G. BISHOP
DOGGETT.Rtceiveri .
, will continue through November and there may be Pacific Coast sections edged ability one who J. of

:,.;,. December. Notably in the case of disputing the claim. Florida is peculiarly Russell Kay many years of practical I The Southern S*,.Cnt, .

e.: snap beans the acreage will be in- situated in regard to the'I' Secretary Florida State Press (Continued on page .:Clewiston. Florida.

creased over last year. In 1930 Win- eater part of the United States I Association

: ter beans totaled 7500 This and gets attention whenever any-
(' :year the planting will.be acres.' more than thing happens or doesn't happen.I so Times tough are that so Henry hard L.and Doherty conditions an- .N:NNONN:N:N:NM:N:.:..:N:N:NN:N:..:..:N:NN:N:N:N:N:N:..:..:..:N:..:N:NIN:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:-.:N:N:N:N:N:I:N:N1'

:: 14,000 acres most of which lies in The Nation's Winter playground,who it I nounces he can only' spend $15.000.1000 .- I ENJOY TWO WEEKS: AT FLORIDA'SI
that of the millions
. the Everglades area.PROMOTING is likely in the development of Florida

.: -o-- have spent) more or less time in the!recreational projects which include FOREMOST HEALTH INSTITUTION
': PRACTICAL the past ten or fiftee'nyears. II
: State in such
properties as the Roney Plaza

f, .. FARMING few have failed to admire the Cabana Sun Club at Miami Beach t. The only $50,000.00 Baths in Florida with separate departments
when (
growing crops that appear The Miami Biltmore Country Clubat & for men and women.giving thorough drugless treatments that
: a'movement
> -, Through recently the greater part of the country pre- Coral Gables and the Key Largo Y comprise modern methods of restoring health with decisive ret -

.:": started and put in effect by the Orange sents a frozen or snow clad aspect Anglers Club. Ain't that depressing? suits at astonishingly low rates.

county chamber of commerce and produces nothing. t
%:. a drive to add 1000 farmers in that Florida's shipment of one hun- Jacksonville City Commissioners Excellent hotel accomodations baths treating rooms, sun baths
varieties of I approve plans for the new Jefferson ; and gymnasium under one roof. House physician in attendance
county during the period of .the next dred and seventy-five ,
five years has been steadily bring- fruits and vegetables suggests con-. street approach to the St. Johns :c t always. Tiled mineral water pool adjoining baths. ,,F.
river bridge. It is estimated the ; "
ing the name of the county into prominence siderable diversification. The list pro- Treatments recommended for Stomach disorders, Eczema Skin JJ V-
ject will cost $436.000.The .
.. throughout the nation. assuredly includes the staples as ; Eruptions Kidney Diseases, Neuritis Arthritis Rheumatic and

What is good for Orange county is well as the perishables and we do idea here we are doing our liver Disorder.

also good for Hendry. With all due not deserve to be classed with sec-, best to nurse along a perfectly good Write

respects to Orange county a more diversified tions devoting almost their entire depression and up hops folks like for free descriptive folder

field for farming is to be time and space to one or more pro the above who want to mess up our DR. BARTH'S HOTEL AND BATHS

found in the Everglades and a con- ducts.-Times Union. playhouse by putting a lot of men.

certed effort on the parts of coun- -0- I money and materials to work. It's .r. One Spring Boulevard

ties In the muck section could bring BjEANS AND BEANS I downright discouraging. i SAFETY HARBOR, FLORIDA

1000 farmers-families in five years. to the Everglades Okeechobee -is now the bean bag 1 t6r.And Lines I see just where completed the Florida a beautifulnew Mo- .. .................................'..................................................................................................................................................................................."....

The Orange county plan includes of Florida. They are growing beans I bus terminal in St. Petersburg

there by more money 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1// 1// 1 1 1// 1 1 1 1 1 1
adapted especially to Orange county.In beans they are! Last week an even I shops and now are planning to erecta

the tracts sent out by the cham- hundred full railway cars of beans I I swell Terminal Building in Miami. .. Couch Turbine Pumps f

ber of commerce of that county, emphasis left the district for points in the on top of all that I understand they

is placed on the differences north and this week a whole lot recently purchased a flock, of new

between farming in Florida and more will be on the way. Evidently Pullman buses. Did you ever hear of for I

'back-home' farming. To those who there is a good: market for the beans iuch business judgment. Why you.

have answered the literature the for they are bringing a fair price, might think times were good. Gen-' Economical Drainage and Irrigation

Orange county chamber of com- according to Okeechobee newspapers. eral Manager O'Steen excuses the

merce has advised. "Consult only Besides this great shipping flur- action on the grounds that he expects '

your agricultural agent or success- ry the growers are on the air an an- a fine tourist season this win- Geo. W. Fowler Inc.

ful farmers In the same line in your nouncements over WQAM telling the ter. He says since the banks have

community." That is sound adviceto world to wrap itself around a dish quit carrying anybody, he figured; Dstablished 1904

farmers in Florida regardless of of beans! beans! beans! The whole maybe his buses would. 1 I MACHINE SHOP SALES REPAIRS:

location. announcement is beans. And the right ahead
tenor of the are going I .
Phone 8169 -
West Palm
j ; ; Fla
The Everglades presents a better So If you are Interested in seeing with plans for another South Flor- )

prospect to the farmer than any oth-1 the Okeechobee district become the ida Fair at Tampa the sillies, imag :"...:<"X/':/...'NINININININ. .ININININNII.ININININININIIIININININININININININININIM/LINI. . . ..............X.X'MX'

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E% of SW% of NW% of Section East in Hendry County, Florida in the following described lands in I ation a Florida corporation to

The Southern Sugar 8. excluding Railroad right of containing sixty (60) acres. Hendrj" County, Florida: I Farmers Bank & Trust Company, a

way. in Township 43 South, more or loss "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. 1920, recorded in Mortgage Book 38.

Florida. Southwest quarter (SW%) of D. page 95; and to the Mortgage exe-

Subject to the mortgage executedby the Southwest quarter (SW'.4) The following described lands and: cuted by The Southern Sugar Com-
NOTICE Sugarland Development Companyto ,described as follows: Begin- interests in lands in Palm Beach I pany to Brown & Wilcox: : Invest-

\\i Mercantile Trust Company, a cor- ning at a point on the South County. Florida: ment Company a Florida
Notice is hereby given that pur- corporation -
suant to the Final Decree made poration under the laws of Missouri line of Section Fourteen (14,) (1) I dated March 21 1929 recorded -

as Trustee, dated November ,1. 1924,( ,Township forty-three (43) The W% of the NW, of Sec- in Mortgage Book 215.
and entered November 5. 1931. in a page 291.
recorded in Mortgage Book 1, page South Range thirty-four (34) tion 22 Township 42 South, I (6)
cause pending in the Circuit Court ,
for the Twelfth Judicial Circuit of 69. ,East, 500 ft, from the South- Range 37 East. 1 SWH of Section 6. Township.J

Florida in and for Hendry county. (3) west (SW) cor'ner".of said sec- (2) I INWtA 42 South, Range 38 East. ;
entitled "Weir I West one-half (W1h of tion fourteen (1-4), thence of SW& of NW% in (7)
Kilby Corporation a
Northwest Quarter (NW&) of North parallel to the West side Section 31
corporation Josephine Wright by Township 43 Southof N% of SW% of SE% of Sec-
Northwest Quarter (NW%) of of said Section Fourteen (14) Range 35 East. tion 17 Township
F. M. Wright, her husband and next \44 South.
Section 1. Township 44 South. 375 feet thence East parallel to (3) Range 36 East.
friend. H. L. McDonald and Leo C.
Range 34 East, of Hendry Coun-, the South line of said Section An undivided tworthirds In- (8) t
Burgman. as copartners trading and
ty. Florida Fourteen (14) 380 feet. thence terest in and to
: All of Section 31
doing business as McDonald & Burg- Township
(4) South parallel to the West side The W% of the NEtt of Sec- 42 South Range 38 ,East
man, and_ McDonald Tractor Equip- ;
bent company, a corporation. Com WVa of NE& of SE& of Sec- ':of said' Section Fourteen (14) tion 15. Township 42 South The N% of Section 29 and All

plainants. against The Southern Sugar tion 25. Township 44 South. '375 feet-' to the South line of Range 37 East EXCEPT the following of Section 30. in Township 42

34 East of said Section Fourteen (14) described tract of land ,
: Company, a corporation. Defen- Range Hendry ; South, Range 38 East;
dant." (hereinafter called the Decree County, Florida. thence West 380 feet to beginning to-wit: All of Section 20. Township .

). (5) 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 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, 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 j I

City of LaBelle. Hendry County. Subject to the mortgage Thai ment Fund. dated March 25. 1926, feet to the point of beginning; lies South and West of West I

Florida. on December 7, 1931. at Southern Sugar Company to Central I recorded in Mortgage Book 3. page Also Palm Beach Canal. :

12 o'clock noon United States Farmers Trust Company. a Florida I 298., Hendry County Records. The W% of Section 15; theSE (3) !

Eastern Standard Time. the propertyin corporation Trustee, dated January. (12) # of Section 16. and the S% All of Fractional Section 4 in '

the Decree described and thereby 1, 1928. recorded in Mortgage Book All of Secticnl, 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 27 East. except the SW% of the
tions 3. 4. 5 and 6. Township 44 SWl.
All of the property and interestsin (6) East., ;

property of every kind, characterand All of Section 36 Township South. Range 34 ,East; all Sec- Subject (a) to the Mortgage cov- All of Section 12, Township

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

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

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

r- Receivers), together with the muni- 34 East; all of Sections 2, 8, 12. 43 South Range 34 East and 14, 1918, recorded in Mortgage Book an-d 34 in Township 42 South. .

a'--.-' gents of title thereto 'and evidences and 14 in Township 45South, running South along East sec- 31pa ge 94; and (b) to the Mort- Range 37 East.

-" ,'" of ownership thereof. subject how Range 34 East. in Hendry County. tion line 960 feet; thence West gage covering a portion of said prop- Except right of way for roads

ever 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 preju- Subject to the mortgage. The North line of Section 20, Town- Bell. his wife, to Trustees of the Internal Subject to the Mortgage executedby

dice to the generality of the foregoing -! Southern Sugar Company to Central ship 43 South, Range 34 East Improvement Fund of Florida..i The Southern Sugar Company to

I 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 Mortgage

A 1. 1928. recorded in Mortgage Book a line parallel to the East (c) to the Mortgage covering a por-! Book 226 page 259. Encumbers all

The following described lands and 4, page 192. line of said Section 20. 960 feet tion of said property of R. G. John of the caption land except Sections

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; thence'East along said North to Trustees of the Internal Improve- Range 37 East.

(1) Fourteen (14) and Twenty-two line of said Section 20. 2610 ment Fund. dated August 14, 1918, (10)

All of Fractional Section 24 (22) in Township 44 South feet more or less to point of be- recorded in Mortgage Book 30. page W of NW of, SE% and
I Except the W% of the NWtA.I Range 33 East, alsoS ginning." 160; and (d) to the Mortgage cover NE% of SW% of Section 17.

I: Township 42 South. Range 33 % and NE% Section twenty- In Township 43 South. Range ing a portion of said property of R Township 44 South. Range 36

li Ii East; All Fractional Section' 19. four (24) All Section Twentysix 34 East; G. Johnson and Maggie A- Johnson East _

,I Township 42 South, Range 34 (26). in Township 43 South, S& of Section 21 and all Sec- his wife to Trustees of the internal (11)

r East; Range 34 East.Fractional tions 22 and 27. Township: '43 Improvement Fund. dated Febru- The W% of the SE% of theSE

North half (N3)) 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 SW% of SE% and theSE Book 45. page 190; and (e) to the South. Range 37 East.

tion 25.; Township 42 South. All of Section 23 North of % of SWIG 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. Bollinger and Eliz- Southern Sugar Company to James .

(N%) of Northeast quarter South. Range 34: East; East; abeth J. Bellinger, his wife. to C. B. I S. Corkey, dated October 15. 1929.

(NEtt) 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. Meander Line. Township 43 South, Range 34 East. March 29, 1924 reccorded in Mort- page 589; and to the Mortgage of I'

Subject to the mortgage executedby South Range 34 East; All of Subject to the Mortgage executedby gage Book 75. page 365, encumbering The Southern Sugar Company to

Sugarland Development Company Section 7 (except SE'of SE%) Sugarland Development Company an undivided one-third interestin Arthur N. Kennedy dated October

a corporation under the laws of Township 44 South. Range 34 to :Mercantile Trust Company a cor and to said land. 15, 1929. recorded in Mortgage Book

d,Tlorida, to A. C. Clewis dated Ocber East; All Sections .15, 19. 23, poration under the laws of Missourias (4) 145. page 113.

l/:;_, 1. 1925. recorded in Mortgage 27, 31, and 35 in Township 44 Trustee, dated November 1, 1924 All of Section 36. Township (12)

"'jJook 3, page 364. South. Range 34 East; All of recorded. in Mortgage Book 1. page 44 That part of the E% of Sec-
South Range 35 East;
(2) Sections 3. 7. 11 and 15 In 69. tion 2, Township 42 South
The Etf of the NE: of the
Tracts 15. 16. 17. 18. 19, 20, Township 45 South Range 34 (13) 'SE' of Section 21. Township Range 37 East. lying North and
21. 22. 23 and 24, and that part East. Fractional Sections 1, 2. 3, 4; / East of the West Palm Beach
42 South. Range 37 East
of tracts 101112.13; and 14 lying All of Section Eighteen (18)in ) NVi of N3 of Sections 9 and ; Canal in Palm Beach County
The E% of the SW% of the
south and West of, the Township 45 South. Range 34 10; N% of Section 11; NE% Florida.
SW& of Section 21
Moore Haven and Clewiston East. Hendry County. Florida. and S 3-4 of NWU of Section Subject to the 'Mortgage of The
42 South East
Railway Company all lying and i Subject to the mortgage. The 12; all in Township 43 South, Range 37 ; I Southern Sugar Company to Florida
The W% of the SWK of the
being in the S% of the W% of Southern Sugar Company to, Central Range 32 East, Hendry County. Agricultural Corporation dated Sep-
SW% of Section 21. Township
Section 18, Township 42 South. Farmers Trust Company, a Florida Florida. tember 16, 1929, recorded in Mort- '
42 South 37 East
Range ;
Range 33 East. corporation. Trustee dated January Subject to the Mortgage executedby I gage Book 222, page 365. .
The WW of the NE% of the
Subject to the mortgage executedby I 1, 1928 recorded in ,Mortgage Book Sugarland Development Companyto (13)
NWJ4 of Section 21, Township
Lucerne Farms Corporation. a 4. page 192. Central Farmers Trust Company All of Sections 2. 4, 6. 8, 10.
42 South. Range 37 East
corporation under the laws of Flor; I (8) as Trustee. dated February 1, 1926 ; and 12 in Township 46 South.
.1 l E% of NW% of SEtA of Sec-
ida. to Richard Graves. dated May W% of NW% of NW%. of Section recorded in Mortgage Book 3, page Range 35 East.
tion 21. Township 42 South.
14, 1929. recorded in Mortgage Book 33 Township 44 South. 173. (14)
\ Range 37 East;
,\ 4. page 444; and to the mortgage Range 34 East, Hendry Couty. (14) All of Section 20, Township
NE of Sec-
W'h of % of SWH '
executed by Southern Sugar Company Florida. The Northeast quarter (NE I 45 South, Range 35 East; The '
tion 21, Township 42 South.
a corporation of the State of (9) %) of Southeast,quarter (SEVi) W 3-97 acres of Tract 119 and
Range '37 East
Florida to Lucerne. Farms Company. West Half (W%) of, Southeast of Southeast quarter '(SEU) of ; all of Tracts 120 to 128 inclu-
War of SEW, of NW% of Sec-
dated December 1, 1929, recorded in Quarter (SE'of., South- Section 23, Township 43 South. sive, Section 22., Township 45 -
tion 21, Township 42 South.,
Mortgage. Book 4, page 482. east Quarter (SEtt) of Section, Range 34 East; also South Range 35 East; Tracts
Range 37 East
(3) 13. Township 44 South. Range" The Northwest quarter (NW ; 1 to 46. inclusive. 49. 51 to 64
E% of NW% of SW% of Sec-
West half (W%) of Section 34 East, Hendry County. Flor- I .4) of the Southwest quarter inclusive 69 to 91, in elusive,
tion 21. Township 42 South
20 and West half (W%) of Sec- ida; (SW%) of Southeast quarter 94 to 98, inclusive and 101 to
Range 37 East.
tion 17. Township 42 South East Half (E%) of North (SE'of Section 23, ,Township 125. inclusive Section 28, Town-
Section 28, Township 42 ::
Range 33 East. west Quarter (NWtt) of South- 43 South, Range 34 East. ship 45 South. Range 35 East;
South. Range 37 East; Also
Subject to the mortgage executed west Quarter (SW%) of Section (15) All of Section 30. Township 45 '
Lots 10 to 30 inclusive in Peli-
1 by Miami Finance & Investment 9, Township 44 South Range 34 All of Section 16, Township South. Range 35 East; all of
caa Bay ,Land Company's Sub-
1 Company to Ralph B. Taylor. Exe- East. Hendry County. Florida; 44 South, Range 34 East. situ- Section 32. Township 45 South,
division of Section 30, Township
; utor of the Estate of William E. ,East Half (E!#) of South- ate in Hendry County. Florida. Range 35 East.
42 South. Range 37 East. according -
,r Whitford. dated September 1, 1928. east Quarter (SE 3i) of North- (16) All of Section 24, Township
to the Plat thereof on
t recorded in Mortgage Book 4. page west Quarter (NWH) of Section -, W% of NWH of NEtf of Sec- office'ot 45 South. Range 35 East.
file in the the Clerk of
i 390. 25. Township 44 South. tion 9, Township 44 South. All of Sections 7. 19 and 31
the Circuit Court in and for
r (4) Range 34 East Hendry County. Range 34 East. Florida. in in Township 44 South, Range
Palm Beach County,
,r NJh and SEtA and N% of Florida; (17) Plat Book 7, page 16. 35 East; SJ/i of Section 23, and
t'. SWVi of Section 31; also all of West Half. (W ) of North- North Half (N%) of Section all of Sections 27, 35 and 36 in
fractional Section 32, Township west Quarter (NWU) of South- 24. Township 43 South Range Subject to the Mortgage coveringa Township 42 South Range 37

42 South. Range 32 East east Quarter (SEU) of Section 34 East. Hendry County, Flor- portion of said property of The East; all of Sections3. 11, 13.

Glades County Florida. 21. Township 44 South Range ida. Southern Sugar Company to Dunbar 15. 23, 25, 27, W# of Section '

Subject to the mortgage executedby 34 East Hendry County, Flor- Subject to the Mortgage executedby Molasses Corporation, a corporationunder 29 and all of Section 35 in

Sugarland Development Company ida. The Southern Sugar Companyto the laws of Delaware. Dated Township 43 South. Range 37 -
( to Central Farmers Trust Company Subject to the mortgage executedby Central Farmers Trust Company, May 29 1930, recorded in Mort- ''East; All of Sections 22, 23 25.

;', as Trustee. dated February 1. 1926. Hendry County Abstract Company as Trustee recorded in Mortgage gage Book 226. page 259. 26. 27. 34, 35 and 36 In Town-

f;: recorded in Mortgage Book 3. page a corporation organized and Book 4, page 192. Hendry County (5) ship 41 South. Range 38 East;' Except -
existing under the laws of the Stateof Records. All that part of Section 12, Rights of Way for Canals

481.All of the above-described prop- Florida. to William H. Woodward.. (18) in Township 42 South of Range and Roads as exist.

erty In Glades County Florida will of St. Louis. Missouri dated June 25, All of Fraction Section 6 and 37 East which lies North and Subject to 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

in said county against The page 87- ship 43 South Range 33 East. Canal. Palm Beach County. farmers Trust Company, a corpor-

Southern Sugar Company. (10) Subject to the Mortgage executedby Florida. Excepting therefromthe ation organized and existing under

B. All of Section Eleven (11), Sugarland Development Companyto N1h of the NEU of the NEW the laws of the State of Florida

j The following described lands Township Forty-four (44) Central Farmers Trust Companyas of the NE'/ of said Section 12, Trustee. Dated January 1, '1928;

t and interests in lands in Hendry South. Range Thirty-four (34) Trustee. dated February 1. 1926. being recorded in Mortgage Book 214
County. Florida: East, of Hendry County ,Flor- recorded In Mortgage Book 3, page Tracts 3, 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10, page 452-

(1) ida. 11 12. 13, 15, 21 and 23 Sub- (15)

Northwest quarter (NWJ 4) (11) 173.All of the above-described prop- division of Section 12-42-37, Section 2. W. of Canal. exceptf' .

1 of Northeast quarter (NE%) The Southwest Quarter of erty in Hendry County. Florida will according to the Plat of Said the W% of NW%; 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 officeof 4, 6, 8, 10. 12 14. 18, 20, 22

of Section 1. Township 45 West Half of the Northwest in said county against The the Clerk of the Circuit & 24; Tracts 2 to 16. inc.. 19 to

South Range 34 East, Hendry Quarter of the Southwest Quar- Southern Sugar Company. Court in and for Palm Beach 128 inc.. in Sec. 26; Tracts 1

County, Florida. ter of Section Fourteen (14). C. County, in Plat Book 8. page 2. to 64 Inc., 77 to 85, inc., 90.

(2) Township Forty-three (43) All of the right. title, and inter- Subject to the Mortgage. The W. 91 92 101 to 104, inc. 109 to

-" c The SE% of NW% and the South. Range Thirty-four (34) est of The Southern Sugar Company I C; Groves WhOlesale Liquor Corp or- (Continued on page ll )


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THE SOUTHERN SUGAR in the Northeast corner of in lands mills and property and all the notice to be given by the Special paid in cash. The Purchaser ,shall

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

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

NOTICE OF SALE AND HEARING ship 44 South; EXCEPT the possession claim and demand whatsoever the Circuit Court of Hendry County such payments in cash. if any. not

right of way of the Florida as well at law as In equity an advisory statement or state- I represented by Receivers' Certificates -

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

all of Sees. 30 and 32; Tracts SH 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 safe,

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

to. 74. inc., 85 to 91. inc. 108. NE% of NE h, and EH of mills, buildings structures I said Receivers, contracts leases.II and I or maintenance of the

117. in Sec. 34; All in Township SE% of NE%. and EH of EH 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 amount of the receivership pursuantto
Tracts 1, 16, 17 18, 21, 32 ship 42 South. Range 37 East. hereinbefore referred to. and all of all special liens thereon and I' ; orders of the Court heretofore en-

37. '45. 46. 47 48. 81 82, 83, Subject to the Mortgage of The equipment appliances" r' belongings.reference to said advisory statement tered in the above-mentioned cause,

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

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

inc.. In Sec6; Tracts 5 to 24, 354. either upon the said premises extension. cost to said Purchaser or his or its

Inc, 29 to 36 inc.. 41 to 56 inc., (27) or' any part 'thereof or as a part of 'II. 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; NH of Section said mills or otherwise.All postponement of the sale, the Spe- estate as the Court may

100 to 106. inc., 109 to 116. 14, in Township 43 South. mills, machinery, engines, cial Master without further noticeor I determine of any other benefits_ a.ndl|

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

WH 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; EH of Ett 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 WH of WH of EH of gasolene distillate and other chemicals Any party to the cause above- any other or further expendituresby
92 inc. 105. 106 107. 111. 113, such Purchaser or his or its assignor -
EH North of Canal in Sec- sugar cane sugar. molasses and mentioned, 'any holder of an obligation -
to 118, inc., Sec 12; All of Sec. tion 4; NWU and SH of Section all other by-products of the manu- of the Receivers appointed in prior to confirmation of sal.

14; Tracts 1 to S inc.. 14 to 42 8; all of Sec. 12; EH of WH facture of sugar,' live stock. timber I said cause, or other creditor of said or prior to the date of the Decree.

inc., 45 to 72 inc., 75. 76 77, 81 of EU of Section 13; West 3-4 and stumpage, lumber, building materials Receivers. or any "creditor or, VI. Any successful bidder or bid-

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

to 109 inc., 113 to 118 inc., and 14; EH of Sec. 18; All of Sec- 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 3 of his or their rights and interests

119. in Sec. 22. All in Town- South 3-4 of E% and SH of SE% 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 4 of NE% Sec The Southern Sugar Company and I 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 01'1 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{ I
IV: Subject to the terms and con- right to retake and resell the prop-
,Farmers Trust Company. a Florida 30; all of Section 32; all of they have any interest either, at law
ditions of the Decree and set
as erty sold is reserved to the Court.
corporation. Trustee. dated January Section 33; all of Section 34; or in equity..
I forth in Article Fifth thereof. said to enforce the payment of the pur-
1, 1928, recorded in Mortgage Book all of Section 36; all being in Any and all shares of stocks. property will be sold subject to any chase price-

214. page 452. Township ''44, South. Range.37East bonds notes, debentures or other and all valid liens and encumbrances
VIII. Prior to the confirmation of
(16) ; evidences of indebtedness and 'obligations -

The SW% of Section 6, Town- Also. EH of NE& ; SW ,i of securities of any corpora- thereof existing at thereon the date or of upon said sale.V. any. part!I the sale, the Receivers appointed as( '" '

ship 44 South Range 37 East. NEtt and ;EH of NW% of NEK, tion, company or joint stock association aforesaid are permitted to continue
The Special Master will receive to operate the properties in receiv-
Subject to the Mortgage of Southern Section 4. Township 45 South. domestic or foreign or of '
to Pinewood 37 East. no bid' from anyone offeringto ership and to use for the purpose of
Sngar Company Range any domestic or foreign state. government -
bid who shall not: at least
forty- such operation the cash.
Farms. Inc., a corporation existing All of Sections 20, 22 and 24 or governmental authorityor
under the laws of the State of Florida and East Half of Section 28. in of any political or administrative eight hours 'prior to any offeringby assets at the date of the Decreeor
the Special Master for sale under
15 1929. 43 South 37 at any time thereafter in the pos-
dated February recorded Township Range 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 receiptsof '
Master and deliver to him a' said
as Receiverers are expressly
388. E. C. Railway Company, and all any kind representing or evidenc- '
pledge that he will make his
good authorized and empowered pursuantto
(17) rights of way for roads and ca
ing any interest in aMY such stocks,
bid in case of its acceptance, in the order entered in the cause
The WH of the NWU of the nals. bonds. notes, debentures. evidencesof
cash or check of or certified by some above-mentioned
on October 7, 1931.
SW* of Section 21 Township Subject to the Mortgage of The indebtedness, obligations 'or securities I
bank or trust company' acceptable to to apply the bonds of the several
42 South. Range 37 East. Southern Sugar Company to Biscayne owned by The Southern Sugar .
the Sepclal Master and made or endorsed districts
sub-drainage referred to in
NW% of Section 17, Town Trust Company, 'a corporation Company or its Receivers or to
'payable to his order, the sum said order for the benefit of the
ship 44 South. Range 36 East. organized and existing under the which it or they are entitled or In
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
bearer form in the principal 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 :
amount of $25.000. or assignments due upon the lands of The Southern
quarter of Section 15, Town- Phillip Ullendorff, deceased and than the bonds held by the' Receivers -
of claims against the Company fin-,Sugar Company to said several sub-
ship 42 South. Range 37 East. South Okecchobee Farms Company, of The Southern Sugar Company
ally allowed and established pur- drainage districts as provided in
of C. B. and referred to in VIII of the
Subject to the Mortgage a corporation organized existing paragraph
suant to the Decree
by Subsequent 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), to-
order of the Court In the causeabovementioned Receivers of the property sold by
wife, to The Board ,of Education of dated August 2. 1928. recordedin gether,with any unpaid coupons and | : '
aggregating in virtue of the Decree, after the date
the State of Florida dated January Mortgage Book 214, page 222. or claims for interest thereon or dividends -
amount, as so flnnally 'allowed and of the confirmation of the sale directed -
12, 1926. recorded in Mortgage Book (28) thereunto appertaining. including -
I established. the sum of $125.000, or In and by the Decree, shall
172, page 295. The WH of the NWU of the but without limiting the
.' partly in cash or certified check or be at the cost and risk and for account -
(19) SW 4 of the NE'/d of Section 17. generality of the foregoing, certain I
in Receivers' Certificates and partlyin of the Purchaser.
All that part Sections 23 Township 44 South. Range 36 bonds of Clewiston Farms Company
claims so finally allowed and established IX.
The Purchaser
and 24 45 South. East to existing Pahokee Drainage District. South in the man-
Township except as any '
but in the sanie' relative
Range 36 East. lying West of Rights-of-Way for roads or canals. Florida Conservancy District Pelican .' ner and to the extent specified !lithe
Lake District. proportionsAny Decree may elect not to take or'l
North New River Canal except (29) Sub-Drainage
deposit received from an unsuccessful accept part of the property sold .ex-
lots or tracts 3. 6 and 7 of Sec- WH of Section 28. Township Guaranty Building and Loan"Association. -
to Plat thereof Disston Island bidder will be returnedto cept any contract or agreement to'
tion 23, according 42 South, Range 38 East lying Drainage '
him at the conclusion of the bid-
which Receivers
the are a party entered
on file in the office of the South and West of West Palm District, Hidalgo Ccounty Common
ding but without interest thereon.I into Receivers
by the under the
Clerk of the Circuit court in Beach Canal; also all of Section School District No.7. Clewiston '
The deposit received from the successful -i :specific! authority of the Court In
and for Palm Beach County, 32. Township 42 South, Range Drainage District, and certain shares
bidder or bid; t ers' shall be the above-mentioned. No such
applied 'cause
Florida, in Plat Book 7, page 38 East; of the capital stock' of The Clewiston
on account of the purchase election Purchaser shall diminish
I t by the -
30. All of Section 21, in Town- Company. Third Twin Bell Syndicateand
price of the property purchased by or affect the purchase priceto
(20) ship 42 South of Range 38 East Clewiston Home Buildings Asso
such bidder or bidders. in case the be the Purchaser.X. .
paid by
Lots 14 15. 16, 18. 19 and 20 lying South and West' of West ciation.

in Section 5. Township 44 Palm Beach Canal. in Palm All of the right, title, and Interestof I sale to 'such succsssful bidder or As in the Decree provided, the
bidders shall be confirmed.
South. Range 37 East; accord- Beach County. Florida. The Southern Sugar Company in Purchaser, or any grantee or transfer
If sale shall not be confirmed.
ing to plat made by the Trus- (30) and to the'shares of the capital'I any ce of the Purchaser. may elect to
the deposit made by the successful
tees of the Internal Improvement : adopt or continue in force or to refuse -
SH of Section 26 and all of stock of Florida Sugar Company I
bidder or bidders for the property
Fund on file at Tallahassee. Section 34, Township 43 South. and | or to receive the same ,when forwith j to adopt or continue in force
I shall be returned to such
I lease other -
Range 37 East. issued, and all of the right, title and I I any or executory contract
bidder bidders his demand
or on or their -I which be included in the
(21) All of the above-described property interest if any, 'of The Southern) 'th may
I erfor.
SW% of NE%. of EH of NE% in Palm Beach County. Florida, Sugar Company and its Receivers in I property sold to the Purchaser or
The deposit made by the succesful
which constitute an'incident
and SH of Section 11. Township will be sold subject to all judg- and to the shares of the capital I may
bidder bidders in accordancewith
44 South, Range 35 East. may thereof or be appurtenant thereto,
ments recorded in said' county stock of Florida Sugar and Food
the provisions of the Decree.
other than such lease other
Subject to the Mortgage of The against The Southern Sugar Com- Products Company.All be forfeited in the event of his fail- executory contract any entered or into by

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

to Trustees of the Internal E. 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 purchase price. mentioned

Florida Dated October 28, 1925, est of The Southern Sugar Companyin tracts agreements. leases, claims; demands The Purchaser, to the extent permitted cause-

recorded in Mortgage Book 162. page the following described lands in .choses in action and sharesof I by the Decree and otherwisein XL All questions not disposed of

527. Palm Beach County Florida: stock) at any time acquired or accordance with the provisions by the Decree are reserved for future -

(22) (1) to be acquired by the Receivers of thereof may turn over to the Special I adjudication. The decree. fixes
EH of SW% of SEtt of Sec- December 8. 1931. at two o'clock P.
W% of Section 17, Township The Souther nSugar Company dur- Master on account, of the purchase

42 South. Range 38 East.! tion 21, Township 42 South. ing the receivership and up to the price: at their distributive value as I M. United States Eastern Standard

Subject to the Mortgage covering Range 37 East. date of delivery of possession 'to finally determined. Receivers' Certi- Time. as the time when, and the
All of Sections 5. 6 7 8 9. Court House, in the City of For'tMyers.
1 a portion of said property of The the Purchaser or Purchasers thereofat ficates In bearer. form andlor claims
16 17. 18. 19. 20 21 28, 29. Lee County. Florida. as the
Southern Sugar Company to IsaacE. the sale by the Decree directed, against The Southern Sugar Com-

King dated March 29 1929 recorded 30. 31, 32, and 33, Township 41 then held by''or for said Receivers. pany 'finally' allowed and establishedand place where the Court will considerand

in Mortgage Book 217 page South Range 38 East. except the Reserved Bonds and cash, entitled to' be paid out of the determine whether to confirmor

186. (2)) but including current assets. mater- proceeds of sale. not to confirm any sale under the W-

(23) SWU of Section 13. Town- ials and supplies; andor| owned: by In lieu of the deposit and deliveryto Decree reported by the Special Mal f

All of Section 26. Township ship 41 South. Range 37 East. The Southern Sugar Company or to, the Special Master of Receivers'Certificates ter and the report of the Special ,

41 South. of Range 37 East, in All other lands and interests in which it is or may become entitled and or instruments of Master with reference thereto. If

Palm Beach County, Florida. lands wherever situated owned by not included in the property herein assignment of claims, the Special i the report of the Special Master of
The Southern its before any such sale shall not be filed on or
(24) Sugar Company or described. Master will accept the certificate of
before the time aforesaid then such
Subject to the Mortgage of The Receivers or to which it or they are Any and all claims arising out of any bank or trust company acceptable -

Southern Sugar Company to Model entitled or in which it or they have the operation by the Receivers of to the Special Master. that it I hearing will be had at such time an'dplace

Land Company, dated February 15. any interest whether at law or in I The Southern Sugar Company of 'the holds, subject to the order of the to which such hearing so' fixed

1928, recorded in Mortgage Book equity and said lands and interestsin property in and by the Decree' directed Special Master. or subject to the or- shall be adjourned by the court, or

213. page 382.Beginning. lands shall pass as fully and I to be sold. andlor| out 'of the der of the party therein named and otherwise as the Court by its order
'shall determine.XII. .
at the Southwest completely as i fdescriptions thereof disposition and | 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. I assets and cash coming into the possession the Special Master.' Receivers' certi- For a more particular de-

Hiatus. between Township 43 Together with all and singular I of said Receivers: andjor ficates in bearer form and I or claims scription of the property to be sold

South and Township 44 South, 'the buildings improvments, ways I otherwise, so far as the same are in against the Company of the required and of the terms of sale. and for the

Range 37 East; thence North rights. easements liberties, priviliges favor of the creditors and stock- character and in the amount specified provisions of said Decree and other

1354.16 feet more or less to hereditaments and appurtenances -;holders of The Southern Sugar Company accompanied by assignments information intending purchasersare

the South boundary of Lot 14. to all the property belonging or thereof either' to the Special Masteror hereby referred to the Decree,

Section 36, Township 43 South. in any wipe appertaining, and all Said sale will be made in the in blank. and to the record In the cause abovementioned -

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 file in the office of

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 -

Township 43 South. Range 36 title and interest of The Southern Article Ninth of the Decree pro- all Receivers' Certificates and claimsso to be filed with the Clerk of the

East, 773.49 feet. more or less Sugar Company and its Receivers in vides that the Receivers of The Sou- turned over to the Special MasterIn Court' as directed by Article Fourth

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

Lot 15; thence southwesterlyalong ing any body of water or in any ac- twenty nor less than ten 'days priorto price, as such sums as would be paidin Dated, November 6. 1931.

the West boundary of cretion 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 prop- ceeds of the sale,.... if the whole

i beginning, lying and being I I income from all lands or interests erty directed thereby to be sold, by amount of the-; purchase' price were Special Master ,,


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Clewiston in connection with the Because that for the hope of IsraelI MANY BEES' LOST I
!' south shore levee project. gsunbap gscbooI1Le bound "
am with this chain. The EACH WINTER DUE

I Personal Mention I assembled Jews said to Paul, "We TO LACK OF FOOD

Mr. and Mrs. Love Gibson Glassof neither received letters out of Judea I

c: Birmingham, Ala.. spent the week }) On concerning thee neither any of the Gainesville, Fla.-Many beekeepers -

here at the Watanable hotel as the brethern that came showed or spake make the mistake of taking the

\y'A.. C. Stock of St. Petersburg guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs. FOR NOVEMBER 23, 1931 any harm of thee. But we desire to honey too close. and as a result lose I

transacted business recently.J. hear thee what thou thinkest; for large numbers of bees each winter. I
SUBJECT: Paul in Rome.
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Waldron have I as concerning this sect, we know says R. E. Foster. apiary inspectorfor

.' M. Winston of Cincinatti, Ohio moved to West Palm Beach where GOLDEN TEXT: "I can do all that every where it is spoken the State Plant Board.

recently visited here on business. Mr. Waldron will have charge of things through Christ which streng-, against." "This Sect" was the body. Now is the time to look at the

the Alston Drug Co., there. theneth me." Phil. 4: 13. or congregation of Christians. bees and see that every colony has

Miss Marcia Avant and Joe Cato LESSON TEXT: Acts 21:16-24, "There came many to him into his planty of honey. Mr. Foster reports

spent Sunday in Pahokee. Miss Jamye Williams, Miss Eliza- 30. 31. lodging; to whom he expounded: and that every spring while going over

beth West. Dr. J. W. Ezelle and J. TIME AND PLACE: A. D. 60- testified the kingdom of God, per- the state he finds that hundreds of

i Harvey Guthrie 'attended the Sunrise A. Plunkett attended the theatrein i 161; Caesarea and Rome. suading them concerning Jesus both cblonies of bees have 'dIed during :
Pahokee Sunday night.H. out of the law of Moses and out of
the :
: dance in Arcadia Tuesday night. INTRODUCTION Sunday'slesson winter. He attributes most of
--.-- closed with Paul's arrival at the prophets, from morning til eve- this loss to a shortage of food.
A.' Fulton. of Port Richmond, some ,believed not." The result was
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hooker spent Caesarea. under military escort. Because the winter months are
New York, was a guest of the Clew- as it has always been some be-
Friday in West Palm Beach. Five days later the high priest and not severe In Florida is not suffici-
iston Inn recently while here on ning. And some believed and
f other officials came to Caesarea to ent reason to expect the bees to
business. lieve In Christ and some reject himas
Charlie Minor was a business visitor plead against Paul. During the their savior. work every day. When they are forc'I
hearIng'Paul's answer was so con- ed to do this and two or three cold i
in.Miami Monday.H. Mrs. R. George Mrs. Fred Moltz,
vincing that Felix could not give The following quotation closes days come along many die. Fifteen
and Mrs. Hubert Land motored to I
judgment against him. but kept him today's lesson and closes the authentic to 20 pounds of honey should be i
B. and wife of Miami Alva Sunday to attend the fun- "
Mayer I in prison. During the two years at history of Paul "And left in each hive at all times.
recently visited here. eral of Z. Z. Middleton.
I Caesarea Paul preached at every op- Paul dwelt two whole years in his In cases where there Is a shortage -

'I. portunity. to the officials and to oth-I own hired house. and received all I of honey Mr. Foster recommends -
Mr. and Mrs. Lawton Sims and
I H. L. McDonald of Orlando. was ers. Under his preaching King Agrippa -I that came unto' him. Preaching the a mixture of sugar and wat-

I in Clewis ton on business recently.W. I.I.I Jr.children, of Canal Jane Point, Louise visited and here Lawton Sun- said. "Almost thou persuadest me kingdom of God. and teaching those er in equal parts. The best way to
to be a Christian. Paul was taken things which concern the Lord ,feed this is to take an empty super,
day as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Liddell was a visitor in R. Alston. J to Rome. with other prisoners, all in Jesus Christ, with all confidence, no without frames, and place on top

Sarasota ,during the week end. charge of Roman soldiers. Their ship man forbidding him." of hive after removing the cover.

W. I. Sherrod, of Miami, arrivedin I was wrecked in a storm at the islandof Paul had prayed for a visit to Put some pine straw or excelsior ina
Bill Wallace spent the past week Miletus at which time the soldiers dish and the over it.
Clewiston Saturday to make his Rome .and now he was there, withno pour syrup
end in West Palm Beach. wished to kill the prisoners to The bees will do the rest.
home. Mr. Sherrod has accepted a board to pay. and a guard to
prevent their escape. but the Cen-
possition as druggist in the Alston protect him from his enemies. For
Mr. and Mrs. E. B- Allen motored turian in charge of the soldiers for-
Drug company here. twoyears he could and did preach
I I to Pahokee Sunday. bade such, killing, largely to protect without interruption. and here he United States Navy First

Mrs. Hubert Land Miss Ulla Paul. Having been guided by the probably did some of his greatest The first time an airplane was catapulted -

,1 t. Murray Swindle' spent the week Jacobson and Miss Marcia Avant Holy Spirit, Paul explained to the of- preaching and his best work in off a ship was on November 12,

"., rend in Moore Haven. were visitors to Arcadia last Wednesday ficers that they would lose the ship spreading the Gospel of Christ. 1918. by the United States navy.
but not any of the sailors or sol
for the Armistice Day. The Jews' held that they should not
the diers. They escaped to the island
Miss Jeannette Morgan spent nesday for the Armistice day cele- go to law before the Gentiles, and <<' $. << <<
i past week end in Lakeland visiting bration. where they remained three months. :Jesus taught that they should not 1( ii
: her sister. and then sailed on another ship to
--.--- go to law at all. so Paul said to the
Rome or its seaport. While on
Mrs. A. Toulis and children returned Jews at Rome, "I was constrainedto Rooms for Rent
\ Alex St. Amand motored to Ft. I the island Paul was busy preachingand
, to their home here this week appeal unto Caesar not that I
I to the weekend healing the sick. While at
Myers Saturday spend from Boston where they had been had aught to accuse my nation of."
visiting relatives during the summer Caesarea in prison .for two years.
Paul was given several partial trials. The minister of the gospel may i New Barracks y

Miss Mae Drew and Herbert and finally Festus became Roman bebound. but not the message nor Partly Furnished Men Only_ tREASONABLE

I Blate attended the theatre in West Bill Toulis of Goldboro, N.: C. arrived governor in place of Felix, and call- the gospel. RATES ?

Palm Beach Sunday night. in Clewiston Saturday for an ed for another hearing and offeredto

I extended visit. ,send Paul back to, Jerusalem for Apply
Vincent Newell spent the week hearing before the Sanhedrin. Paul Literarymmorta/*" I to. .

end in Ft. Pierce visiting friends knew that the Jews had arranged tohave W.A.DavisI .
A. Toulis Harry Mokas and Bill The "immortal eight" referred to in i 1t g
i and relatives.A. him killed on the journey back
! oulis. spent Wednesday in Ft. English literature are Milton, Shakespeare -
Myers. there, and before Festus he appealedhis Coleridge, Shelley Keats Byron. ji
K. Cleveland of Orlando arrived case to the Emperor of Rome: Rrmvnlnp; nnrt Tpnnvson S- ;' 1-
Mr. Cleveland is an Paul taken to
Sunday. BETTY JEAN McDUFFY On that appeal was
I'' employee of the U. S. Engineers. CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY Rome, as just stated. and when he

I I I arrived there Centurian delivered ,

Miss Bonciel Stone and Casey Mrs. H. McDuffy entertained with Paul to the Captain of the Guard at

Jones -were ...visitors to Pahokee a birthday party honoring her I Rome and Paul lived and preached

Sunday. I I two years in his own rented house,
daughter Betty Jean's fourth birthday :
at the home of Mrs. Milton I hut as a prisoner chained to Roman SAY THEY ARE GOOD
t I Mr. and Mrs- W. C. Prewitt and Crouch Saturda afternoon. Children I I soldiers. At that piont the scriptural
I L C. Sturges- motored to Ft Myers resent were Rhunelle McGhee.I I history of Paul's life closes. Except,

Sunday. Carolyn McDonald. Ann Pafford.i I for a few letters written by' him we
S : I of his word
have no further account
June Hooker. Albert Hooker, Joan ;
I ) Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Reddelshei- Crouch Gloria McDuffy, Kenneth i j I life. I

i! merand son. Billy spent Sunday in Knall, Jimmie Pooley. Josephine I|I 1 When Paul came to Rome "he was: Try QL meal at the Clew-

I West Palm Beach. Pooley. Martin Waldron, Junior suffered to dwell by himself with'

I Waldron, Floyd Geiger, Neily Geiger. -'''a soldier that kept him. And af- iston Cafe% aoid quit them
Munroe and Camp- ''
Miss Frances Marie Geiger, Hagar Lowe. Barbara ter three days Paul called the chief
bell Nail attended the theatre in Tidwell. Lois Tidwell. Margie''1of 1' the Jews together and said unto I II if

Pahokee Sunday night. Allen. Mary Louise Thomas, Viola I'I them, Men and brethern .though I I you caun.

t T Bethea, Mary Mathis. Dorothy, have committed nothing against the
, Mrs- W.. Simpson and Mrs. AA Bethea, Carline Berner and Jimmie I 1 people or customs of our fathers. I
motored to Stuart Tues- 1
Munroe from .
delivered prisoner
Bethea. Prizes for games played yet was I
day on business. were won by Jimmie Pooley and I!Jerusalem unto the hands of the Romans -! They are tastey ... They satisfy

Martin Waldron. Favors were presented -, who would have let me I II

, A. D. Chapman of West Palm and ice cream and cake was I go But when the Jews spake I

Beach. spent Monday and Tuesdayin served. Mrs. McDuffy was assistedby against it, I was constrained to appeal -

Clewiston on business. Mrs. Carl Berner and Mrs. Milton unto Caesar. For this cause:

\\ I Crouch. therefor have I called for you *
T. C. Dann, representative of the
" Gulf Refining Co., spent a few days II
:' here this week on business.


I Miss Elsie Hare and Van Cothern

I attended the theatre in Pahokee

j Sunday night. ,
'Q. n.---: "'" 'IC. V" '; &? .cr>
G 0

; Mr. and Mrs. S- R. Connell and 0.00 a o0 6 Q .' t r

family of Adel. Ga-, moved here recently OPG G O o0 .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:N N:N:N:M:N:N:N:N:N N N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:M:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N N:N:N M:N'N:N N N:..H:NS

to make their home. 0 0 VOG X, .y.
I 1 O'o0,0 .i. y
Mr. and Mrs. R- M. Hare, Dorothy -
i and Leroy. motored to La Belle o 'Q ? ,P

'i.1 Sunday. % :. Clewiston Golf' Course j

Mr. and Mrs. Hans Walker of
Winter Haven were business visitorsiffin :;: *
I Uo I r '. ;
Clewiston Saturday. -S S, y
0 I Is O.
:: >. ,,:'. "' :!:
,/ Miss Doro- .!. : ; '. -
Miss Louise .-. ..) ..
thy Deam and A. W. Sias were visitors y

to Pahokee Sunday night : :: And in Excellent Condition *

of Sarasota. was I y
A. L. McQueen

ness.in Clewiston Monday-night on busi-I A Useful Work I y y Y Y

( Mr. and Mrs. H. Green of Palm THE Delineator Institute is do- dltlon until eaten If the tnrosed The Public is invited to play, under :i=
Beach were guests of E. V. McClel a useful work in bringingout portion la kept to the can. Spoilage s

land Sunday evening. into the open old-time preju- results from exposure to dust :: honor of rules :Y: '
\ dices against canned foods which air and insects, and to the bacteria system. governing :;:

I'I'C.! H. Schaurman has accepted a have absolutely no foundation in with which any dish maybe .i. ..
with the government engineers fact. In a recent questionnairesent covered. The can, when :: the Course :;: ,
position moved out to 386 of its consultant opened is entirely sterile and s .!.
\ here and recently" housekeepers it asked the ques- there Is nothing about it which y.
t here to make his hom tion: "Do you leave food in the will contribute to the spoilage ot Y
, can after the can is opened?" food. Y
I Mrs. W. C. Hooker, Miss Boncie More than 300 housekeepers, 303 No Good Rean .Xs .s.i .
\ Stone and Miss Frances Munroe to be exact, answered "No," and i None of the reasons assigned by -
"\ spent Monday in West Palm Beach only 17 answered "Yes." To the these housekeepers for emptying :i: Players are expected to register .:;.s.i .:

shopping.Miss further question: "Have you any foods from the cans had any scientific S I
I 1 I prejudice against this.?" 271 an- basis. For when the marvelous i and pay green fees before ::
swered "Yes" and 53" answered can machinery gives the last
and Arthur
Jewel Lowe .s.
-No." crimp to the top of the modern S .
the funeral of :: playing
attended ;
j Lawrence' As a matter of fact, the stiff sanitary can food and can are ; :.:
Alva Sunday ,
Z. Z: Middleton in widespread belief that it is dangerous then "cooked" at a high degreeof .'i'.
:: _
I to leave food in an ,opened heat which sterilizes both food I.s. I
\ .-- can is not true. As a generalI andthe "insides" of that'marvel X I

,1 '-fr.. Lieut. C- Nelson of the U. S. En- l I rule, foods remain in. bettor con- ova preserriac: pot, the tin caa.. ,, .....
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CHEAT POWER UNLOOSED IN The operating expense and upkeephas I ments. helps to utilize the nearby MUCK IN DRIED PONDS

SOUTHEAST I been very small, and in spite of and small markets. It supplies those MAKES GOOD FERTILIZER
II '
I I its age. I feel I can secure more markets regularly with delicious Gainesville. Fla.-It's a long dry

(Continued from page two) I miles on a gallon of gas than any Florida citrus fruit and helps to spell that brings nobody any good. a rf

other rural mail hauler In this territory -, move a large crop to advantage. With ponds over Florida low as a
work:: along the lines of activity pro
South- regardless of age or make of I Development of the smaller mar- result of the continued dry weather f
be followed
posed to by
Vice- his car.'' I kets has been largely overlooked In muck on their bottoms particularly t

presidents eastern Economic also were Council.provided for. Mr. Moore says the combined I' times of short crops and good de around the edges. is becoming acces- n f ,i 1 l it 1vurtMU / 1

weight of himself and his Chevrolet mand. With an Increasing produc- sible. Dr. R. M. Barnette associate
three from each of the repre-
sented in the council, and to be is 2.417 pounds. tion, however It is only natural chemist with the Florida Experi-

named later. In addition. provisionwas that the smaller markets should ment Station, suggests that citrus

made for the formation of a PLENTY AVOCADOSThis come into their own. growers, bulb growers, and others

made of There is one thing in connectionwith haul this muck onto nearby groves
committee of 500 to be up
southern of the sale of fruit to trucks and fields It '
representative men and women of year the part the as fertilizer. usually : +

each of the nine States. Before the state will gather in a little spending however which should be handledto contains from 2 to 3 percent nitrogen -

adjournment of the conference ten I money. That is. those! growers who better advantage than it has in when dry, he says.

ink happen to have a few avocado trees certain instances in the past. Last
or more persons. who participated
previous meetings. were designated around the place. For this year the year in particular some'packing-

to for the nucleus of this committeeof crop is a large one .and the fruit is 1 I houses allowed truck hucksters to

500. additional members to be excellent. The only trouble is. that I pick fruit from their cull piles at

selected and their names made pUb-' it is just too good. It Is too large. I very low prices often merely for

lic in the near future. Thus it is proposed And that's a trouble that makes hauling it away. While this helped

to have the most active citizens marketing harder. The demand is I the packinghouses to dispose of their

men and women in the various for fruit of moderate size. The larger culls without paying for having THANISGIVING

States represented in the Southeastern sizes are too large for most fam- them hauled it was not good for I

Economic Council Committee of ilies. Most northern users like their the fresh fruit industry. Often this I

500. Thus it is intended to create avocados rather small. The California fruit should not have gone into the I

interest, and, also, to create power avocado business is growing and fresh market at all. It had a tendency -: GREETINGMay

by which this council will operate,I the market gets flooded"with the to turn the buyers away from I

co-operatively in the work to be fruit from that state. The California 'I fresh Florida fruit, as in many cases I

done. fruit is oily. poor in color and has' this cull fruit was offered for sale '
practically no flavor. Yet -it bringsa :. on the markets at pretty good prices. .
The stated objective of this South-
better price in some markets than The cull fruit should be utilized as 1
eastern Economic Council is to "ana-
the Florida fruit. Which shows by-products or else destroyed. It
lyze present economic conditions,
what a lot of good advertising can should not go into the fresh fruit
and to apply such remedies and to I
do for poor quality fruit when the market even by trucks.
will result
undertake such work as
activities in California boys get busy.-Miami The green fruit inspection service
through constructive
real harvest make-
putting the Southeast in the positionit Post. has covered the fruit moving by a season

through rightfully making is entitled the most to completeuse occupy I EMOTIONS-AND-o HEART- DISEASE truck practically this year.no- complaint and there from has been that the| Holidays a time: for genuine :

of its natural resources. its decided quarter. The quality of the fruit go-

natural advantages and the Growing attention has been paid ing by truck should also be held up. Thanksgiving tor Clewiston and

of late to the erects of emotional It in North
combined ability of its most practical naturally galls a buyer

and energetic citizens. to the end stress on the human body and par- Florida or in Georgia to have to pay the Everglades.

that the general welfare may be advanced ticularly the part ascribed to it in as much for cull fruit as buyers in

and maintained. diseases of the heart. The medical New York or other central market
r profession has been viewing with pay for first quality fruit.
The analysis above referred to I
I concern the growing part which this Truck movement of vegetablesalso
cannot be made in a day. nor can
I type of disease has been playing in offers an opportunity for developing -
the work started by this council' be '
incapacitating and shortening the nearby ,markets that has
completed within a brief period of
lives of people in the United States. not yet been fully realized. Clewiston
time. The plan that is in the mindsof Supply
Statistics gathered by insurance and
the projectors of the council is
other organizations have forced CAREFUL HANDLINGOF
so comprehensive and so widely extended -
upon them a recognition of the fact
that It' will require years of
that there is a decided increase in SAVES GREAT LOSS
the most energetic efforts to carry Company
the number and percentage of ma-
it. into full effect. A good start has
ladies of this sort and also'that this Gainesville.' Fla. -Careful hand-
been made by squarely facing present -
conditions and needs and out of disease leads in mortality figures. ling and suitable storage are the

Particularly noticeable is the dam- most vital problems of sweet potato -
both to build a greater and better
age done among people in the primeof of
growers since over 20 percent
section of the country, a prosperousand
a more happy people in all sta- life. the potato crop rots. G. F. Weber,

tions of life in each of the nine Physicians have begun to look associate plant pathologist of the

among the larger phases of life today Florida Experiment Station, recently -

States Economic represented Council.in the Southeastern for contributing causes. The : stated. -..-...........-.....-......-......---...............-..-......-...............-.......-.-...........................-......-......--....-..........-..............-...-...-...........

For the doing of the work thatit hurry and worry and bustle of mod- Care must be taken in digging and r--

ern high pressure life has been handling sweet potatoes to keep Last ?
is proposed to perform it is obvi- Happened Night
shouldered with some of the blame.
ous that great power will be need- them free of bruises. blemishes and
But recently and more specifically: digger cuts. Sort the potatoes care-
ed, this power to come out of the I
many eminent heart specialists are: them and throw '
fully before storing
hearts and minds of courageous and f .
Last night while :
and comprising inclined to place the onus on th'e out all that are spotted or unsound. you were asleep,
energetic men women
doorstep of the increased emotional Disease spores enter through cutsor f: half the world was busily engaged -'
the entire membership of this t .
council. That they have the ability stress of our civilization. The prob- bruises. x: In the business of living. Ships were l

posed is not to. be questioned. Ac- lems of the business depression the The following rots. caused by fungi :f sailing the Atlantic, crowds were :S
quest for social precedence, the Weber
are described by Dr. as
and the power to do the work pro'cording 'z.'z': swarming the streets of ChiLa, :(
struggle for fine careers and sophis-
the main rots causing losses to the
to how this is usedso
power tication with their resulting defeats Florida sweet potato grower: :'z'z: houses were burning people were :(
will be the results to be accom-
and disappointments for many are is The laughing, playing and working. :
plished. It is entirely possible for "Soft rot very common. potato .:
being "put on the spot" as culprits. becomes soft, wet and mushy y i.s .
every individual citizen of the Southeast y I
As one authority puts it. "It is an quickly after being dug and stored, .
to contribute to this power, :: The Tampa Morning Tribune brings
unhappy condition of the mind and it is often covered by a grayish, ._.
through willingness to think straightand J 3 ou complete news of the world every :&:

work hard.Obligation caused by unfulfillment of desires. hairy mold. It spreads rapidly from :j'': rlOrLn: ;;. .
conflicts, thwarted ambitions and one potato to those around it. This \ \

therefore, rests upon man's efforts to escape from his en- !is the worst storage rot known. t s

every individual, citizen to make vironment and personal limitationsthat "Black rot is characterized by 'z'+ :.. SERVICE IN CLEWISTON :.r.::

such contribution of effective workas prepares the way for heart dis greenish black circular smooth, depressed '( .... :(
it is possible to make in order The universal of stimu- :: J. EOc 6 Sac
ease. use spots. Often black dots develop .i Weekly MonthlyTampa r i'J
that the work now undertaken may I lants is in this situation he : J I
no in the center of these spots :: ; :

go forward energetically constructively -.indicates. He says, "Tea, coffee, tobacco which are not deep and which rarely -:.. .}
and practically for making the .z. ;
and alcohol may make the penetrate the heart the potato. i .s.
Southeast more progressive more :: .". Morning Tribune
heart more sensitive to emotional; This rot is serious and common. .r :::

prosperous its people more happyand struggles." On the optimistic side he "Dry rot usually begins at the 'z. (
contented than in time thatis :s: Tampa Florida
urges out of doors games played end of. the potato producing a firm ;
past. Thus it is in order that
with congenial partners as one im- brown rot. It spreads slowly and Y

every individual citizen shall feel. portant aid on treating or averting eventually involves the whole potato. ? 0 0 0 0 0 ..x--XoM:..:"'...:... :.:...:..:..:... ...:..:..:---o(......"."" .:
first of all his or her obligation. to
heart conditions emotional
caused by The inner part becomes black and
give every ounce of effort that can stresses.
dry. It is not common.
be given in support of the movementthat

so harmoniously and so auspiciously TRUCK MOVEMENT OF "Java rot. It black enters rot the is strickly potato througha a storage &.*.<**...:...*-i..i;.i":-i...:"*-i"i"i""i"i"Z...i"tt.:...:..:..:...:...:..:..:..:-:..:..:...:..:-:..:...:..:-:..:...:..:..:..:..:-:-:-:..:..:-<
was started by and in this RE
Savannah conference. I FRUIT HELPS DEVELOPS wound and develops slowly. The

NEABY MARKETSBy potato gets dry and hard after from
With whole-hearted support being
four to eight weeks and often be-
given to the council officers, and Johnson IT IS THE RULE !
Spuds comes black. This is very destructiveand B
to all others leading the way in this
Current news reports state that a is common. '
important work there can be no
larger quantity of the current citrus "Charcoal rot is occasionallyfound AND NOT THE EXCEPTION
question concerning the good I J
crop is being moved by truck than in storage houses. It producesa .
. that will follow, and be of benefitto
has been the case in previous sea- black decay, which is distinguished ,
the entire Southeast, in every ma- .
sons. This is an encouraging sign. from dry rot and Java black .rot
jor field of worthy endeavor as in
industry busIness. transportation. Truck movement of the fruit into- by the, presence of small round

nearby markets, particularly those bodies in the flesh of the potato. It
agriculture '
forestry education.
which cannot handle carload ship- is not very common." .it THE UNANIMOUS PRAISE OF OUR GUESTS ON THE
health homemaking, and along oth-
er important lines of enterprise and SUPERIOR TYPE OF SERVICE FOUND AT THE CLEW-

activity by which human beings ad- ISTON INN IS THE. RULE RATHER THAN THE EXCEP-
vance and achieve wO'rthily.-Flor-| 9 TION. i

ida Times-Union. !!




community claims the unusual distinction T h a n k s g i ')I i n g i APPOINTMENTS OF THE INN MAKE IT THE IDEAL

of being served by the larg-
est rural mail carrier in the world

John L. Moore, who tips the scales
the Watanabe Hotel Room
around the 400 mark. at Dining .

Despite his impressive girth, Post- i g

man Moore has used for years. and

is still driving a 1925 Chevrolet Dinner Hours: 12 'til 2 .

coach to cover his extensive route in CLEWISTON INN

and around Decorah. Commenting' 75 centsWATANA.BE TOn

recently on the service given him by >u
The Shore of Lake Okeechobee
his faithful car. Mr. Moore said:

"My Chevrolet has traveled 106.-

000 miles up to September 1st. It I HOTEL o .

has stopped' 399,960 times for deliveries IA.

and has never refused to start. I ,..............-r.-. .........r.r.... ..I' .............._..................._.-.....................".-................... ....................-.....!.'.........-..........!..!.......rrr.RAGE .. ..A.. .. '