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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 27, 1931
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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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HAM CLUB PLANS pwj.hj. Fe 5; "; rnlnls? :'z1'r i t4x"'3" : SK I 14000-ACRE CANE

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DAY BUNSTREL SHOWING SPEED PREPARATIONS TO HAVE
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RAISES $100 FOR PARENT- ALL IN READINESS FOR

TEACHERS GROUP EARLY HARVEST


With the sumnof 100 raised for; With approximately 14000 acres

" the local Parent-Teachers' associa-i of sugar cane rapidly approaching

tion and a few dollars in the treasury maturity on the_ vast properties of

the Ham club, local dramatic, N the Southern Sugar company near
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organization now is turning its attention here preparations are being com-
and talent to the production: pleted to begin the annual seasonof

of a four-act mystery drama for: harvest and grinding. Althoughno

benefit of the American Legion I definite information has been

Christmas fund. The Sugarland, given by officials of the company

Minstrel presented here Monday, -.p. =-d '.;. BtaMaa .n'r".l'''''''''=...IIi'h'J' ; ;;;'''' 11 here it is' expected that actual

:, and Tuesday nights was declared a:I I j'I. grinding will begin on or about De

success as is witnessed by the:I.. exterior view showing the foul story sugar mill located in Clewiston cember 10.

crowded house at each performance. : ,;. This mill will be used exclusively this season to convert approximately: 400.000tons For the past two months detailed
> The minstrel was filled with of sugar cane| into raw sugar. The mill is located in the center of the sugar inspection and repair has been con-

: songs jokes, and novelties. including industry in Florida where some of the best cane in the (country is raised on the ducted by those in charge of operations -
0- fertile muck lands of the Everglades. The mill will 3 Omen
xylophone solos by Vincent G. employ approximately The finances for making all

Newell .recently with Metropolitanand during the grinding season. in readiness for an early grinding

Munson line. The auditorium' season have been advanced by Bit

\ of the school building was filled to I WEATHER REPORT WEATHER REPORT ting, inc., reorganization manager

; J,1 capacity on the opening night, and Miami Locks LICENSE TAGS TO South Bay for the company. To date it is said
: L- only a few seats were vacant at the Day Max. Man. Rain Day Max.: 'Min. Rain more than a quarter million dollars.

second showing Tuesday.The Monday .............. 81 66 BE SOLD HERE Monday ....._.......... 81 67 has been advanced by the reorgan-
plans of the Ham club call Tuesday............. 82 62 AS Tuesday............. 82 60 ization group toward preparationsfor

for a showing of some dramatic Wednesday....... 84 62 Wednesday .......... 84 61 I this grinding season.

production at least once each month Thursday........... 84 64 AID MOTORIST Thursday ............ 82 59 The mill at Clewiston, with a

until next summer, with a varied Friday............... 83 65 Friday ................ 82 63 daily capacity of 4,000 tons. will

program from which to draw. Fol- Saturday .............. 85 65 Saturday........... 82 62 grind all of the cane harvested by

lowing the showing of the mystery Sunday................ 83 66 SCHOOL FRIENDS URGE EARLY Sunday............... 82 62 the company. The mill at Canal
drama "The Ghost Bird" here late PURCHASE TO SWELL Point will not be in operation during -
\ in December which will be given .
Hunter in Glades SCHOOL FUNDS. Jacksonville Engineers the season.
for benefit of the Legion Christmas Bags I According to the best estimates

fund. the January entertainment Two Deer at One Shot Judge H., .A. Rider automobile Take Hunting Trip Here obtainable, approximately 3000 men
f; will probably be a three or four actI' I license tag distributor for Hendry will be employed in the fields dur-

comedy followed by an evening of Fish yarns had their fling I county. has announced that 1932 Lieutenant H. L. Hemmingwayand ing the season, while the mill will.
I' short one act playlets. The Ham tags will be on sale at his office at
and the Everglades has played its C- Nelson officials of the give employment to an additional
club: Mrs. G. O. Wallace president. I part in furnishing local color and : the court house in La Belle on and Jacksonville office of United States 350- The mill will be operated 24

' says, is not an' organization for I setting for many of the most vivid after December first. Engineers came down accompaniedby hours per day. Rumors that the sugar -

''I profit, but was organized to pro- fish stories told from coast to coast School officials of the county are friends for 'a several days hunt company is badly in need of

I vide dramatic entertainment for but now here comes a story and an Beginning a campaign urging all in the Everglades the first of the laborers have caused hundreds of

! Clewiston. and the admission charged authentic one, from Bowling Green Ilendiy: county motorists to purchase season. men to come to Clewiston duringthe

for the civic performance will go The to about a little hunting trip where I I tags in the county as early as Accompanied by others of the en- past month in search of employ-

!,:".,1"' :" worthy in organizations.club's the one man, with one shot. killed his; possible in order that the proceeds gineering force, J. W. Moore, asso- ment. And although the company
funds the treasury season's bag limit of deer-two' derived will be available for distri- cia engineer-in -,charge of the will employ a vast army of workmen -

It''r president explains, will properties be used for to bucks. I bution for school purposes in Hen- Clewiston office, F. A. Flanders W. when harvesting season be-

purchase permanent The man in the case, County dry county. Under recent laws, en- C. Nail and F. H. Howell. the party gins there is no need for the influxof
club.
, the 1 Commissioner G. N. Albritton of acted by the last session of the legislature spent several days blunting near laborers. The sugar company has

t Bowling Green, returned this week all moneys derived from Mustang Island and Tohopekilaga. sufficient men. many of whom have
the sale of automobile tags will be been with the in past
d} High School Students from a hunting trip in the Everglades Eight turkey were bagged by the company
returned to the counties in which seasons. available to conduct the
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with two young 150-pound party of nine hunters, and various]
; J Plan hews Columns bucks which he brought down witha they are collected to be used for email game including quail and ,harvesting and grinding.
\ ) current school operating
expenses.
single shot. He did not divulgethe snipe. were provided for the camp
!'. location where the trick shot At a meeting of the Clewiston County Gas Sales
11' Students of the English department fare.The
was made, but you, can't much Parent-Teachers association held Jacksonville officials returned -
:1: of the Clewiston junior high blame a hunter from keeping such this week all members were urgedto to their homes the first of this Reach 40,000 MarkDuring
school have organized an editorial
.:1, secrets< when it is realized that the I encourage the early purchase of week delighted with their first
school in
staff to conduct a paper
one shot keeps him from any more auto tags. hunting experience In the Ever
the columns of the News. The first I the month of October
! deer hunting this season. Five When interviewed Wednesday, glades. J
school will be consumed a total of
issue of the paper Hendry county
Hider said he would be in
I oilier deer were brought in by the Judge
next week. 40,097 gallons of gasoline and 10-
I published
party in which Mr. Albritton was Clewiston on December 8, 9 .and !
! aim of the student pub- 259 of kerosene accordingto
It is the Simmons Appointed grlloni
hunting. 10 with license plates ready for distribution -
lication to carry interesting news a tabulated statement issued this
And is not in order that Clewiston
some people game
say
accounts of happenings to the students .. residents Okeechobee Sheriff week by t!:e inspection division of
plentiful in the Everglades. would not be required to
and the school grounds. the state departmEnt of agriculture.
about
T
I make a' trip to La Belle to buy their
They will conduct their own sports Z. H. Limmons. of Okeechobee. Gasoline sales for the state of

i' department;, joke, news and editorials I Cane Field Bridges Get tags. was appointed sheriff of Okeechobee Florida for the month reached 18.-

under the supervision of I county by Governor Carlton this I 081,452 not including 133.425 gal-

Miss Jeanette Morgan faculty ad-, Inspection and RepairsTo WEATHER REPORT week. Mr. Simmons succeeds lons sold to federal governmental

visor. Complete personnel of the Clewiston liam Collins who resigned Wil-'I agencies free of tax. Revenue deriv-

staff and the first issue will be prepare for the heavy traffic Day Max. MJn. RainMonday days ago following his I ed by the state from the sale of
.............._. 80 70 United States court in Miami ,. amounted
published next week. soon to begin hauling the harvestof gasoline during the period -
Tuesday .............. 80 62 charges of violating the federal pro- A total of
14.000 acres of sugar cane to the to $1,265,911.64. approximately -
SELBY ANNOUNCES ALL TAXES: mill in Clewiston. forces of the Wednesday .......... 84 63 hibition laws. two million gallons of

PAID BY SUGAR COMPANYIn transportation department of the Thursday........... 82 67 Mr. Collins, who is known by the kerosene was sold in the state dur-
I Friday................. 82 70 Bill. has postedan .
sugar company here are engaged in nickname. "Pogy ing the period.ALLIGATOR
a statement made in West Saturday ......__...... 81 69 will
inspecting and making necessary repairs appeal bond and says he appeal -
Palm Beach Tuesday. Howard Sel- Sunday............... 82 70 circuit courtof MEASURING 11
former president of the Central\ to the bridges in the cane his case to the
by
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Trust company, but now connected fields. With grinding season expected General average rainfall for week appeals in New Orleans. He has FEET KILLED NEAR HERE
to begin about December 10. the none. been convicted on three charges and
with the Southern. Sugar company I
said all taxes on the vast properties roads thorugh the cane fields will General average rainfall to date sentenced to two years on each Although alligators are not as

of the sugar company in Palm,!i soon be used to convey tons of cane 34.78 inches. charge sentences to run concurrently numerous in Florida as is believedby

Beach, Hendry and Glades counties 1!to loading platforms located at var- : many of the northern residents

had been paid. Recent payment of ious' places on the vast acreage of Talk Made who have never visited in the state,
in Palm Beach and Safety I COUNCIL is killed in the
$49,130 in back taxes on property I' cane Hendry, COAST LINE SAFETY occasionally one

I1towned' by the company in Palm Glades counties.All At. P.-T. A Meeting[ \ TO MEET AT LAKE PLACIDA Everglades.Ag .
road maintenance
Wood. state
1 r' Beach county was made. departments of the sugar in-
V,1 The statement says the payments\ dustry are increasing activity to meeting of the A- C. L. Safety foreman, Wednesday; killed one of
:JI were made in preparation of sale have all in readiness for the harvest Roy Green A. C. L. representa- committee of the ridge division will the largest to be taken in this section -

of the properties in Ft. Myers on season, which will take place tive, made an impressive talk to be held in Lake Placid Sunday In recent yeais. When stretchedat
December 7.INTERESTING. earlier this year than at any pre- members of the Parent-Teachers' I morning. according to word received full length the alligator measured -
vious season. association Friday afternoon on the I by members of the committeehere 11 feet 5 inches. The monsterwas

CARD PLANNEDAn I I subject of "Safety." Mr. Green this week-: killed in Diston Island feeder

I interesting card of local boxing -!DRAKE SAYS U. S. SHOULD I jj urged mothers and teachers to instill The meeting will be the last held canal number 2, about one mile. off

bouts is scheduled to take placein DO MORE FOR SB I the idea of caution Into the this year and plans are being made the Clewiston road; his hide has
the new arena here Tuesday n\OLESl children and to train them to be for the election of officers for next been on display at Baker's Filling

night Manager Ed Butler announced The Seminole Indians have not,:carefuin crowing highway, year's committee. W. C. Stalls of station here, and has attracted an

this week. The fight ring has recently received a square deal and it is up streets and railroad tracks. Venus. has held the office of com- unusual amount of attention from

been moved to 'a new locationin to the government to improve conditions Several other interesting num- mittee chairman for the division passing motorists.Moore Haven

J a block near the Clewiston under which they live. Con-, bers were presented during the af- during this year. Democrat.

Building Material company office gressman Drane told a meeting of I II ternoon's program including a talk Roy Green, Coast Line agent, andE. DOG DIES
the chamber of commerce in Winter -; on Book Week by the president. REAL "POLICE"
y here. A detailed list of events cannot I V. McClelland of Clewiston are STABS
(CULPRIT
be announced at the time the Haven this week. ['Mrs. B- A. Bourne; a reading on planning to attend the meeting. AS

J News goes to press, but the promoters Congressman Drane told of his,'I I Child Welfare by Mrs. Nail; a talk West Palm Beach-He didn't
'r state the card will be filled recent three-day visit to the Semi-''Helping the Child to be Truthful by have pedigree to boast of but
!'!'Mis. Two delightful VICTOR ELATE LEAVES TO any
F. M. Wright.
with interesting fights. noles in their Hendry county re- real police dog and he
"' OPEN GAINESVILLE STORE he was.a
, I servation and explained their customs -!! piano selections. Griegs "Butterfly, died in the line of duty Wednesday."Fido" .
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APPOINTED their social and religiousviews and Benders "Sunday Morn on .theLake"
rl YOEMANS at the heels of
of was ever
M. Victor Blate of the firm
.I given by Mrs. Mowry.
of La Belle was were
r M. F. Yoemans Brothers will leave Sundayfor his master, Andy Verner, city pa-
Elate
the value of
talked
brands inspector Mrs. Spicer on '
and I
marks
in
appointed as trolman afid he had figured many
1 he will
Fla. where
CLOCK REGISTERS 24 HOURS I the Girl Scout movement.Miss Gainesville, ,
of district two of Hendry for
I chasing a negro
tI home in the future. Mr. arrests. He was
received the make his
Milwaukee. Wis Nov. 26. A Williams" room
Carlton late -
j by Governor turned
county
his master when the negro
Blate
: of the
last week. Mr. Yoemans has held 24-hour day, with the hours num-! prize for having the largest num- Blate will have charge which is and stabbed him to death.
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\ \ this position for a number of years.I" leered from one to 24 instead of one ber of mothers and friends in at- Brothers store in that city The dog had often assisted Ver-
; within the
< and was recently recommended to to 12. is to be introduced in theypostoffice tendance.A expected to be opened arrests. He would
here. Postmaster Peter;\, delightful social hour during next ten days. Herbert Blate of the ner in making
the governor for re-appointment by the culprit by the trousers and
in grab
I I F. Piasecki thus hopes to avoid which refreshments were served, firm will remain In Clewiston
I I resolutions of the board of county 'hold on until Verner came up.Centerof .
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ness. he returns to his parked car and do the paying. There Isn't anybody country can catch up with In ten
THE CLEWISTON NEWS Executive Urges ActionAt finds your beautiful sticker smear- I else. There is no source but years. '

Published every Friday in Clewiston, a recent meeting of the New ed all over his nice clean wind- the public. In every case where it "Some preliminaries must be' attended -
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, York Credit Men's Association, an shield. Will that bring him into exists unemployment insurance is to first. Taxes must come '>"
Inc executive of one of the outstanding your store, I'll say it will, and simply taken out of industry's pay I' down. That cannot be delayed any C'
merchandisers and advertisersin how. With a horse whip or a whole envelope In advance. The men can longer. Too
many governmental
Entered as, second class matter. the country made this pertinent lot of tar and feathers. do that for themselves if they wantto groups are authorized to collect
statement: Listen Mr. Merchant, get this little as well as any government can.
February 1. 1927, at the Post Officeat from the citizens. Out here the
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act "Though the nation's payroll income idea firmly in your head and it I Our men put aside $26.000,000 in other day I counted seven groups

of March 3, 1897.A has been reduced approximately will save you a whole lot of grief Investment certificates. They made with power to put a tax on you.
eleven per cent from 1929. whenit and plenty of money. If the advertising their own insurance. That sum has That's got to stop. We have seen

newspaper devoted to the best was between 90000000.000 and stunt was really good no decreased somewhat because our something in America we' never
Interests of Hendry County, Florida.Its $100,000,000,000 business has declined high pressure 'salesman would be men have been drawing on it. It thjought possible-the financial
leading newspaper. far more during this period. wasting his time, on a little guy like amounts to a little over $18.000.- bankruptcy of local government. If

"Our savings deposits during' this you. he'd sell it to Coca Cola or 000 now. Somebody has, to earn politicians don't tackle this ques-'
time have been increased to figure Wrigley. eVerything that is No
a Advertising in your local paid. amount tion
Subscription rate: per year$2.00 people who know how are
estimated as high as $30.000.000.and newspaper is the most economicaland of juggling can change that fact.
Outside of State of Florida,._...$2.50 going to do It for them. And this
commercial deposits have in- profitable you can employ. There is no exempt class. Estab- : will have to be done before pros-

creased nearly 150000000. Fun- And with Mayor .Alsop in the 1 lish unemployment insurance and perity comes back. This countrywill
Advertising rates furnished on ap damentals are as they were in 1929. race for Congressman at large It you simply remove the pressure toward never work hard again for the

plication. the same productive capacity' is may not be such a spiritless contest' abolishing unemployment. sole privilege of paying taxes: The
here as is the same or greater abil- after all. And won't Mr. Tigert The people then accept unemploy- kind'of loca} government we have
Business office. Clewiston News, ity to consume, based on wealth on have a lot of fun makln' his little ment as a not too serious fact ButIt been getting has not been worth

Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and hand. We have the money designedto cross mark when the ballots are Is useless to discuss it because what we have paid for it. No gov-
do. work of keeping up consump- passed out. Maybe he'll make It a if you insure unemployment it is ernment can possibly be worth what
Advertising, same. tion, but it cannot accomplish any- (Double ''Cr ss. only a matter of time'b fore your ours has cost. I am not speaking of

thing because we won't put It to See where a farmer at Riverview insurance collapses under the load American liberty and opportunitythose -
Telephone 339 productive use. In other words, buried fifteen hundred smackersin of unemployment which it creates- are separate things. I am

there are plenty of us who think a tomato can and when he 'wentto "Of course if' honest work and speaking of government, which is
: this whole business dilema is buta it later it'" honest caused this
get on was gone. Now production pres- only a delegated form of public
BEANS AXD OTHER THINGS
state' of mind.Advertfslng won't Mr. Amos and his boy friendsat ent condition, then the threat to management.

This is the time of year when the Circulates Money"It the Bank get a','great big laugh shackle industry might be, justified. "Along with this there must be
matter of highest interest and the is the business of advertisingto out of that. Well anyhow, there'sone But who believes that it did? Leg- some improvements in ,our financial

subject of general conversation is get this money circulating. And fifteen hundred dollars that islators talk about curbing the fac system before we can resume normal -
the companies which today, even didn't freeze and get padlocked for tories. Surely it was not the factories activity. Our financial machin,
beans. All right, then, we'll talk
about beans. There is a fact about I in times like these, who are show- the protection of somebody or oth- that caused the crash of ery must be made more workable.We .
Ing gains in volume and profit, or er. 1929. Why not apply the curb
the bean situation that it is worthwhile can't do without money,' it Is
are holding a relatively sound po- somewhere the cause of the '
near
to call attention and this is o true but lately we have not been
that the increased production has sition .are those which are vigorously trouble? There's the stock market; able to do with it either. :Moneyis

'not glutted the market even in a publicizing themselves, and there- An Interview with why not stabilize stock values only another part of the econo-
time of nation-wide depression for by prying dollars loose. Whv not insure stock market trans- mic and social machinery-it must

now In November beans are sellingat I "It seems almost pathetic that Henry Ford actions? Most people are under the stand up and do its part or we must
a better price than they sold in advertising has up to date done so impression that they lost, their resources keep remodelling it until it does-
little, when one realizes that on one in speculation, not at hon- "So has
other years' on a smaller movement. you see everybody a job
hand there is a vast group of people est work. Instead'of government
cut out for him. Politicians must
other years on a smaller movement. "Money is like an arm or leg-
says the Everglades NewsMAN hoarding mone and, on the use it or lose it. That's the law. Tryto interfering with honest industry improve the quality and reduce the
I other there is all this wealth of
perhaps it is time for industry to cost of government. Financiersmust
o save strength not
by
your usingit
goods waiting to be bought. It Is Interfere with incompetent government -
WANTEDA and you lose all the strength you make'money do its job at lower -
a tragic indictment against the pro- '
cost Manufacturers must turn
had. With it is
money the same.
man ,for hard work and rapid per power of advertising. Germany put her money away to "I am afraid of any kind of artificial -'out better goods at lower cost. Maybe -

promotion; a man who can find Advice from Savings Bank save it.. But hoarded money shrinks. interference with natural i then our people will become' the
things to be done without the help And again one of our foremost the value evaporates. Then Germany production. This plan to destroy best market in the world; and we

of a manager and three assistants.A savings banks made a similar state- poured out money like water, and it bread-that's what burning wheat II will be within sight of a continuous

man who gets to work on time ment in a recent letter to its depositors was worth ,just about as much as and restricted acreage meansandto employment at one thing, or another -

in the morning and does not imperilthe : "W/ise/ spending at the water. It. was cheaper- spend thanto curtail useful labor, are start- all the year round." .
lives of-others in an attempt to right time is as much a part of good save. It usually is." ling illustrations of the power of "How will we' be able to assurecontin'uous

be first out of the office at night. thrift as saving all you can when is Ford's the money obsession in our country. employment in'this
A who prices are going up. Moreover, judicious This Henry comment on We think so much of money that country?" Mr. Ford was asked.
man listens carefully when
present conditions. He Is neither a
he is spoken to and asks only spending now will help to bull nor a bear-he holds that old we have entirely forgotten what "Nothing has driven me for the
set the wheels of industry turning real wealth is. We shall have to half like this prob-
last and
a
enough questions to insure the ac- fashioned common-sense. is the best year
,- curate carrying out of instructions.A more rapidly and restore employ- commodity to boost in these times. get back to earth again. lem of unemployment" he said-
ment to thousands now out of work-
man who looks you straight in "The only choice left for opti- "The stock market has no basic "We had fifteen years of continuous -

the eye and tells the truth every TOO LATE-0-TO CLASSIFY mism or pessimism is to decide meaning whatever in this matter. work in the Ford factories and.
time. whether this experience is going to When business becomes good again, we have men even today who have
'A man who is cheerful, courteous -I Russel- teach us anything. The pessimistsays the market will go up. naturally.] never had a lay-off.. But the whole
By Kay
to every one and determined to it is not. He says the, human The market does not affect busi-: problem has changed. Sometimes I

make good. Secretary Florida State Press race never learns anything it Just ness either way, except when i it doubt that it will be possible to '

This man is wanted everywhere. Association stumbles on from one panic to an- takes good men away from their continue to run factories a full If
Age or' lack of experience do not business and turns good producer twelve-month year. At other times
other ,from to another. I
Well, things ain't as bad as they one war
count.. There is not any limit, ex- that into feverish speculators. That was I wonder whether we ought to even
might be, of course a few communities am an optimist on' point- .
cept his own ambition to the num- think we have all learned lot. We the damage of 1928 and 1929- if we could. The conviction deepens
a
are still feelin' a bit off on
;_, ber or size of the jobs he can get.; good business men were lured away that we made a fundamental mis-
are going to remodel our economic
account of high bond but
-. He is wanted in every big business. we'll come out 'alright.pressure, I machine so that it will not fly to from their jobs. People should for- (Continued on page three)
market. I that wheat
r---O- get the see
pieces when it gets out on the road.It .
DID YOU ,EVER STOP TO THINK And it seems that if a fellow has 'gone up in Chicago. I suppose .:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:H.N:N'N:M.NAM N:N:Ny
falls and breaks his leg while chas- is a pretty good system-when It they' must raise a lot of wheat in .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
By :Edison R. Waite ing a, roach. why that's news. But works. It should work better for
Modern business concerns make now the question arises who got everybody than it does. and a lot of Chicago.
thinking toward that end has been "The stock market will go up C. E. STEBEL
advertising an important part of the break, the man or the roach, ;
done since 1929. is when it has something to go up 01
Everybody
their business. because they found and you can't help wonderin' what Dealer In
out long ago that reaching the people he was gonna do with the blamed thinking. That's the main thing. It -when American industry turns
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' ',' through the printed page is the thing_ after he caught it. doesn't matter that all do not think out something better than it now General Electric Refrigerators

'',,,::: one sure way of securing satisfactory After a couple more candidates I alike-to think is the thing. has. Everything' now have is Electroclief StovesRadios
out of date. 'Everything. All our
, :' ; business. announce for Governor then some "Good-will is not enough-it may i
/'.: Worth while profits and rapid bright statistician can figure out be dangerous without experience. so-called progress has slipped behind and Supplies

, turnover come to those concerns how if all the aspirants for the of- Experience is equally dangerous I the times. The automobilehas Radio Repairing
not even started yet. The auto-
without excellent
r who truthfully and persistently ad- fice were laid end to end. it would good-will. Many
that mobile is just where the electric Pahokee Florida
people are proposing things
' vertise quality.
be
probably a good thing. But why
>., Advertisements are lights that should Martin, Hardee and Bro- would fasten upon us forever the light was' when Mr. Edison left it.
Everything is yet to be done. Thereis .. ...........................
of. ,
:E-:, : everyone sees. They appeal to all ward be in the race, haven't they conditions we now complain :,: :NN: : : : : : : : : : : : : : :NMNN:NNNN :
: ,_ and have the power that creates a already had 'counties named after They have good-will but not ex- more 'work to be done than this .: .N:N:N:N:N:N.N:N:N:N:N:N:N.N:N:N:N.M.vNa'. .H.H.N
perience. To regard present condi- --- --_.
desire, to buy. 'em?
.. In these days of keen competi- And it seems' that :Mr. Howey can tions as permanent and then to leg-

" ,; thin only those concerns who concentrate like it or not, 'but if he don't an- islate as if they were, is a serious PURE + CLEAR $ OLI
: ;.- > on better advertising have nounce by two o'clock next week mistake. It is the surest way to keep

; steady, increasing sales. they'll draw on him. Well it ain't these wrong things by us. I would '

- Persistently advertised products every candidate that gets a draw not insure unemployment; to me

::: have been found 'as represented, before the contest starts. And boy, that looks like the surest way of ,
':,; which has resulted in repeat orders what a slogan that will be. Hoover establishing unemployment as a ;JF : hiLh
: galore. and How-eh? permanent evil. What we shoulddo _

r. Advertisers should tell the world And oh, lookit the Merchants is to abolish it. And that can be
t; cold facts. That is the kind of Association of Ft. Lauderdale. refuses done- The world is full of work

z, language they understand. It makes to indorse a plan some gyp that ought to b edone. But very lit- >.
buyers sit up and take notice. artist presented ,to publish a pret- tle effort is being made toward do- \\J
, THE DRIVING FORCE OF ADVERTISING ty catalog of all the books in the ing it; all the effort has .gone to- [
'f.": -DRIVES BUSINESS public library with "just a few" ward 'insuring' unemployment. ;V ')?$.yN?,.}:r r w }v4" .ate }54 SYD4 ..CabG,

[i:. IN. ads scattered here and there to help "There is great talk also about

1" -- pay the cost. ,Now there is a sam- curtailing production. 'The word, I .Q.t M
PUTTING MONEY INTO ACTION ple of appreciation for you. Hereis believe, Is 'regulating.' but it

-... an industrious chap with a big means curtailing. The suggestion is ap 'OWE4 ow
' The banks today are bulging with idea and the Merchants Associationgoes made in good faith by people o

'- money that is loafing at the very and gets snooty and won't introduce whose good-will cannot be questioned D L5yi

time it should be working hardest. him ,to their boy friends. But it arises from despair DEPARTMENT ?

: Before business can improve, some Why don't they give the little boya not from hope. How _would it COMPAN'(
:- method must be devised to bring great big hand, what do they ex- work? Who is to .have the say as
0
idle dollars out of hiding and start pect a snow-bird to do. work for a to how much is enough? Will the

them rotating in the golden circle living? First thing you know some public stand for a system that puts

, fro mretailers to wholesalers to of these sharp shooters will ,be go- the market at the mercy of the

, manufacturer to wage earner that in' back north and start tellin' 'em manufacturers? Isn't it a healthier ........,..............................................!oo.........................................................................................................-<
will mean good times for all of us there ain't no Santa Claus in Flor- condition where the manufacturersare : .t

again. The most effective way to do ida and things are so tough down at the mercy of the discrimi- Couch Turbine
this Is through advertising. here that Merchants are reduced to nating public? I grant that this so- Pumps t

Today advertising has a real advertising in their local newspap- called regulation would stabilize
story to tell, a story of marvelous something-it would Stabilize for 'I
values. Now is the opportune time ers.And nearly wrong condi-
now lets all rise and give pretty ,every
to put this great force, advertising three rousing cheers for the dear tion that we want to be rid of. Economical Drainage and Irrigation f
to work rebuilding confidence, and little girl who has been selling Free competition for greater ex- .
the newspapers themselves are one those cute little gummed stickersto lence in quality has done more to
of the best mediums. By proclaiming paste on automobile windshields. create wholesome and balanced
day after day their own faith your ad in two colors and only $8 conditionS than all the business Geo.. W. Fowler, Inc. : .

_'__ In the ability of advertising to per thousand.. Imagine, wastin' mon- laws that governments have passed- Dstablished J904
move merchandise the newspaperscan the judge becausethe ,
is'
ey on common ordinary newspaper "The public "
,by the force of their own belief. space, when such opportunitiesexist. public puts up the money. If MACHINE SHOP SALES: REPAIRS
make that faith the motive force be- Just think how surprised and we pay everybody when there, is no Phone 8169 West Palm Beach. Fla. '1ww

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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 2'1. 1931 THE CLBWISTON NEWS
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E& of SW% of NW% of Section East. in Hendry County, Florida in the following described lands in 1 ation a Florida corporation, to

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

way in Township 43 South, more or less. "except a parcelof N'/6 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%) The following described lands and cuted by The Southern Sugar Com-
AND
NOTICE OF SALE HEARING
"i -j Sugarland Development Companyto described as follows: Begin- interests in lands in Palm Beach pany to Brown & Wilcox: : Investment -
Mercantile Trust Company a cor- ning at a point on the South County, Florida: Company a Florida
Notice is hereby given that pur- corpora-
suant to the Final Decree made poration under the laws of Missouri. line of Section Fourteen (14,) (1) tion, dated March 21 1929, recorded -
and entered November 5. 1931. in a as Trustee, dated November 1, 1924,I Township forty-three (43) The W% of the NW% of Sec- in Mortgage Book 215. page 291.
recorded in Mortgage Book 1, page South. Range thirty-four (34) tion 22. Township 42 South, (6)
cause pending in the Circuit Court
East, 500 ft, from the South- Range 37 East. '
for the Twelfth Judicial Circuit of 69(3) SW% of Section 6. Township ,
Florida in and for Hendry county. west (SW) corner of said sec- (2) 42 South, Range 38 East.
entitled West one-half (W ) of tion fourteen (14), thence NW% of SW1ot NW% In (7)
"Weir Kilby Corporation, a
corporation Josephine Wright. by Northwest Quarter (NW/ ) of North parallel to the West side Section 31, 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 44 South.
F. M. Wright, her husband and next
: 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 County the South line of said Section An undivided two-thirds Interest (8)
Burgman. as copartners trading and
Florida. Fourteen (14) 380 feet thence in and to
doing business as McDonald & Burg- : All of Section 31, Township
man, and McDonald Tractor Equip- (4) South parallel to the West side The W% of the NE% of Sec- 42 South, Range 38 East;

ment company, a corporation. Complainants W of NEJ of SEtt of Sec- of said Section Fourteen (14) tion 15. Township 42 South, The N% of Section 29 and All
375 feet to the South line of Range 37 East. EXCEPT the following -
against The Southern Sugar tion 25 Township 44 South. of Section 30. in Township 42
Company, a corporation. Defen- Range 34 East, of Hendry said Section Fourteen (14) ; described tract of land, 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 Special All of Section Twenty-five Subject to the Mortgage, S. P. corner of the W% of the NE%; South and West of West Palm I

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

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

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

12 o'clock noon, United States 'Farmers Trust Company. a Florida 298. Hendry County Records. The W% of Section 15; the (9)

Eastern Standard Time the propertyin corporation. Trustee. dated January (12) SE% 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 Sectionl, Township 44 of the SWtt of Section 16, in Township 42 South. Range 37

directed to be sold, to wit: 4, page 192. South, Range 33 East; All Sec- Township 42 South. Range 37 East. except the S'74 of the
All of the property and interestsin (6) tions 3, 4. 5 and 6. Township 44 East. SW'A; ..

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

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&ments 34 East; all of Sections 2, 8, 12, 43 South, Range 34 East, and 14, 1918, recorded in Mortgage Book and 34 in Township 42 South.
t of title thereto and evidences and 14 in Township 45South, running South along East sec- 31.pa ge 94; and (b) to the Mortgage Range 37 East.

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

to the provisions of Article Florida. along a line parallel to the erty of Chas. W- Bell and Ethel I. and canals.

Fifth of the Decree. Without prejudice Subject to the mortgage. The North line of Section 20, Town- Bell his wife, to Trustees of the In- Subject to the Mortgage executedby

'to the generality of the foregoing Southern Sugar Company to Central ship 43 South, Range 34 East, ternal Improvement Fund of Florida. The Southern Su Company to

the property to be sold shall in- Farmers Trust Company, a Florida and 960 feet therefrom 2610 dated February 12 1920, recordedin Dunbar Molasses Corporation, dated
clude: corporation. Trustee. 'dated January feet more or less; thence northon Mortgage Book 40 page 395; andc May 29. 1930 recorded in Mortgage

A 1. 1928. recorded in Mortgage Book a line parallel to the East ( ) 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 S North son and Maggie A. Johnson his wife, 24 and 34, Township 42 South,

Florida: All of Sections twelve (12)). 20; thence East along said 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 W1As of NW: % of SE4 and

Except the W% of the NW%, Range 33 East, also ginning." 160; and (d) to the Mortgage covering NE1'i of SW% of Section 17

Township 42 South Range 33 S'h and NE'/ Section twenty- In Township 43 South. Range a portion ,of said property of R. Township 44 South. Range 36

East; All Fractional Section 19. four (24), All Section Twentysix 34 East; G. Johnson and Maggie A. Johnson, East.

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

North half (N% ) of North Section 13. Town- South, Range 34 East; ary 12, 1920 recorded in Mortgage of Section 21 Township 42

west quarter (NW&) of Section ship 43 South, Range 34 East; The SW% of SE% and theSE Book 45. page 190; and (e) to the South. Range 37 East.

25. Township 42 South. All of Section 23 North of % of SW% of Section 32, Mortgage covering a portion of said Subject to the Mortgage of The

Range 33 East; North halfN Meander Line, Township 43 Township 43 South. Range 34 property of S. W. Bollinger and Elizabeth Southern Sugar Company to James

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

,,':'- (NE]/ ) 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.

I 42. South Range 33 East. I Meander Line. Township 43 South, Range 34 East. March 29, 1924, reccorded In Mortgage page 589; and to the Mortgage If

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

by Sugarland Development Company. Section 7 (except SEU of SE%) Sugarland Development Companyto an undivided one-third interestIn Arthur N. Kennedy, dated October
a corporation under the laws of Township 44 South' Range 34 Mercantile Trust Company. a cor and to said land. 15, 1929. recorded in Mortgage Book

c Florida, to A. C. Clewis, dated Oc- East; All Sections 15, 19 23, poration under the laws of Missourias (4) 145, page 113-

t. tober 1. 1925. recorded in :Mortgage 27, 31, and 35 in Township 44 Trustee dated November 1, 1924 All of Section 36 Township (12)
!. 44 South, Range 35 East;
'. (2) Sections 3. 7, 11 and 15 in 69. tion 2, Township 42 South,
The Eof the NE% of theSE
Tracts 15. 16. 17 18. '19, 20, Township 45 South, Range 34 (13) & of Section 21. Township Range 37 East lying North and
21. 22. 23 and 24, and that part East. Fractional Sections 1, 2, 3, 4; East of the West Palm Beach
42 South Range 37 Bast;
of tracts 10,11.12.13 and 14 ly- All of Section Eighteen (18) Nth of N1of Sections 9 and Canal in Palm Beach County.
The E% of the SW% of the
, .,. ,' ing south and West of the Township 45 South. Range 34 10; N% of Section 11; NEIL Florida.
; 'SW of Section 21, Township
'" Moore Haven and Clewiston East. Hendry County Florida. and S 3-4 of NW*4 of Section Subject to the Mortgage of The
42 South 37 East
:.t:;) -::' Railway Company, all lying and Subject to the mortgage. The 12; all in Township 43 South, Range ; Southern Sugar Company to Florida
". The W% of the SW% of the
:
being in the SVi of the W of Southern Sugar Company to Central Range 32 East, Hendry County, SW& of Section 21 Township Agricultural Corporation, dated September -

Section 18, Township 42 South, Farmers Trust Company, a Florida Florida. 16, 1929, recorded in Mort-
42 South, Range 37 East;
Range 33 East. corporation. Trustee, dated January Subject to the Mortgage executedby The Wlh of the NEtt of the gage Book 222, page 365.

Subject to the mortgage executedby I 1, 1928, recorded in Mortgage Book Sugarland Development Companyto NW'/i of Section 21, Township (13)
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 Florida (8) as Trustee dated February 1, 1926, and 12. in Township 46 South.
E% of NW& of SEtt of Sec-
to Richard Graves, dated May W'rii of NWJA of NW% of Sec- recorded in Mortgage. Book 3, page Range 35 East.
tion 21, Township 42 South.
14, 1929. recorded in Mortgage Book tion 33. Township 44 South. 173. (14)
Range 37 East;
4. page 444; and to the mortgage Range 34 East, Hendry Couty. (14) W 33 of NE% of SWU of Sec- i I All of Section 20, Township

executed by Southern Sugar Company Florida. The Northeast quarter (NE tion 21, Township 42 South. 45 South, Range 35 East; The
a corporation of the State of (9)) J/4) of Southeast quarter (SE%) W 3.97 acres of Tract 119 and
37 East
Range ;
< Florida. to Lucerne Farms Company. West Half (WAS) of South- of Southeast quarter (SE%) of all of Tracts 120 to 128, inclu-
W% of SE% of NW% of Sec-
I ik dated December 1, 1929, recorded in east. Quarter (SEU) of South- Section 23, Township 43 South tion 21, Township 42 South. sive, Section 22. Township 45
t Mortgage Book 4, page 482. east Quarter (SE1,4) of Section Range 34 East; also East South, Range 35 East; Tracts
37
Range ;
f' (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 4) of Section 34 East, Hendry County. Flor- I %) of the Southwest quarter tion 21. Township 42 South, inclusive 69 to 91, in elusive,
k 20 and West half (WJof Section ida; (SWU ) of Southeast quarterSE 94 to 98, inclusive. and 101 to
Range 37 East.
.. 17. Township 42 South, East Half (EVj) of North ( %) of Section 23, Township 42 125. inclusive Section 28, Town-
Section 28, Township
Range 33 East. west Quarter (NW} ) of South- 43 South, Range 34 East. South. Range 37 East; Also ship 45 South. Range 35 East;

'.,' Subject to the mortgage executed west Quarter (SWW) of Section (15) 'Lots 10 to 30 inclusive in Pelican All of Section 30. Township 45
by Miami Finance & Investment 9, Township 44 South, Range 34 All of Section 16. Township Sub- South. Range 35 East; all of.
Land
Bay Company's
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 (EJ/4) of South- ate in Hendry County, Florida. Range 35 East.
42 South. Range 37 East according -
: Whitford. dated September 1. 1928. east Quarter (SE1,4) of Northwest (16) All of Section 24, Township
to the Plat thereof on
! ". recorded in Mortgage Book 4, page Quarter (NW&) of Sec- W of NWH of NE# of Sec- 45 South. Range 35 East.
file in the office of the Clerk of
I 290. tion 25 Township 44 South tion 9. Township 44 South, All of Sections 7. 19 and 31
I the Circuit Court in and for
(4). I Range 34 East, Hendry County Range 34 East. Palm Beach County. Florida in In Township 44 South, Range

1" t 7, N% and SEW and N% of Florida; (17)' Plat Book 7, page 16. 35 East; S% of Section 23, and
SWW of Section 31; also all of West Half (W% ) of North- North Half (Ntt) of Section all of'Sections 27, 35 and 36 in
I fractional Section 32. Township west Quarter (NW%) of South- 24 Township 43 South, Range Subject .to the Mortgage coveringa Township 42 South. Range 37

I' 42 South. Range 32 East, east Quarter (SE'A) 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 executed Central Farmers Trust Company, May 29. 1930, recorded in Mort- East; All of Sections 22, 23. 25.

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

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

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

erty in Glades County Florida, will 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 NW of Section 7 in Township East of the West Palm Beach Southern Sugar Company to Central

In said county against The page 87. I 43 South Range 33 East. Canal. Palm Beach County, Farmers Trust Company, a corpor-

Southern Sugar Company.B. (10) Subject to the Mortgage executedby Florida. Excepting therefromthe ation organized and existing under
All of Section Eleven (11), Sugarland Development Companyto NV6 of the NE% of the NEU the laws of the State of Florida,

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

and interests in lands in Hendry South. Range' Thirty-four (34) Trustee dated February 1. 1926. being oTracts recorded In Mortgage Book 214

County. Florida: East, of Hendry County, Flor- recorded in Mortgage Book 3, page 3, 4. 5. 6. 8, 9. 10, page 452.
(1) ida. 173. 11 12 13, 15, 21 and 23 Sub- (15)
Northwest quarter (NWW) (11) All of the above-described prop- division of Section 12-42-37, Section 2. W. of Canal except

of Northeast quarter (NEW The Southwest Quarter of erty in Hendry County. Florida, will according to the Plat of Said the W% of NWW; all of Sees.

of Southeast quarter (SEW) 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.C. Court in and for Palm Beach 128. inc.. in Sec. 26; Tracts 1

County, Florida. ter of Section Fourteen (14)). County in Plat Book 8. page 2. to 61 Inc., 77 to 85, inc. 90,

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

<.. The SBV of NWtt and the g9U.th,_ Range Thirty-four (34) of The Southern Sugar Company 0. Groves Wholesale -Uauor Cort r- (Continued on pass 4)



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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 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 amount ..
NOTICE OF SALE AND HEARING ship 44 South; EXCEPT the possession. claim and demand whatsoever the Circuit Court of Hendry County. of such payments in cash. if any. not
right. of ray of the Florida as well at law as In equity an advisory statement or state- represented by Receivers' Certifi-

(Continued from page 3) East Coast Railway Company. of The Southern Sugar Company and ments with reference, among other cates as the, Purchaser or his or 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 SW of Section 29, Township and Interests in lands and other ments, current assets and liabilitiesof account of the Receivers prior, to t.
17, 18. 31. 32 and 33 to 14. 42 South Range 38 East. property and any and every part said ReceIvers. outstanding Cer-' the date of confirmation of sale

inc., 55, 5C 59 to 64, inc., 70 (26) thereof with the appurtenances. I tificates of Indebtedness issued by which have been applied to the ,operation

to 74. inc., 85 to 91, inc. 108 NEVi of NEtt, and E% of All mills, buildings. structures.' said Receivers, contracts. leases. and I or maintenance of the

117 in Sec. 34; All in Township SE& of NEK. and E% of E% fixtures and erections erected upon stocks. bonds and other securitiesand property an |for to the necessary expenses -

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

Tracts 1. 16, 17, 18, 21, 32. ship 42 South, Range 37 East. hereinbefore referred to. and all all special liens thereon, and orders of the Court heretofore en-

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

109 and 110 in Sec. 4; Tracts Southern Sugar Company to R. J. thereto, whether er lot the same be 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 -I 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 Sec. 6; Tracts 5, to 24, 354. either upon the said premisesor extension.II. cost to said Purchaser or his or its

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

61 to 68, inc. 73 to 88, inc., Sections 2 and 4; N/6 of Sec- said mills ,or otherwise.All postponement of the sale, the Spe- estate as the Court may

100 to 106. inc., 109 to 116. tion 14, in Township 43 South. mills, machinery ,engines, cial Master, without further notice determine of any other benefits andj
inc.. 119 to 124. inc. in Sec. 8; Range 37 East; boilers. motors. pumps- pipe-lines. or advertisement. may proceed with or advantage which may ,have accrued -

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

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

42, 49, 50. 53. 54, 55. 56. 61 to part of W% of W',4 of E% of gasolene. distillate and other chemicals III. Any party to the cause abovementioned any other or further expendituresby

92 inc., 105 106, 107 111 113 E% North of Canal in Sec- sugar' caner sugar, molasses and any holder of an obliga- such Purchaser' or his or Its assignor
to 118, Inc., Sec 12; All of Sec. 4 prior to confirmation of sale
tion, ; NWii and S% of Section all other by-products of the manu- tion of the Receivers appointed In
14 Tracts 1 to 8 inc., 14 to 42. or prior to the date of the Decree.VI. .
; %
8; all of Sec. 12; E% of W facture of sugar live stock ,timber said cause, or other creditor of said
inc., 45 to 72 inc.. 75. 76. 77, 81 of EU of Section 13; West 3-4 and stumpage. lumber building ma- Receivers. or any creditor or Any successful bidder or bidders

to 86. inc., S9 to 100. inc., 106 of Section 13; all of Section terials of every kind. tools. appliances stockholder of The Southern Sugar may assign. transfer and set

to,109 inc., 113 to 118 inc.. and 14; E% of Sec. 18; All of Sec- equipment and material of Company or any other person, firm. over his or their bid er all or any
The East 1.03 acres of Tract tion 21 All of Section 22 kind and description and
; ; every association or corporation may bid of, his or their rights and interests
'
119. in Sec. 22. All in Town- South 34'of E% S% of SE all -
and other personal property of
at the sale and, if successful bidder, under the Decree aforesaid as such
ship 45 South, Range 35 East. of SW% and NW% of NE# Sec- The Southern Sugar Company and may purchase in his, its or'their own successful bidder or bidders.VII. .
Subject to the Mortgage of The tion 25; all of Section 28; all of its Receivers or to which it or right
Southern Sugar Company to Central of Section, ..29 ; all of Section they are entitled or in which It or In and by the Decree the _
IV. Subject to the terms and con- right to retake and resell
Farmers Trust Company a Florida 30; all of Section 32; all of they have any interest either at law : the prop-
ditions of the Decree and as set erty sold is
reserved to the Court.to
corporation. Trustee dated January Section 33; all of Section 34; or in equity. '
forth in ,Article _Fifth thereof said enforce the
payment of the "
1, 1928. recorded in Mortgage Book all of Section 36; all being in Any and all shares of stocks. pur- ',
property will, be sold subject to any chase price. :,
214. 452. Township 44, South. Range 37
page bonds. notes debentures ,or other and all valid liens and encumbrances
(16) East; evidences of indebtedness and obligations VIII. Prior to the confirmation of
The SW% of Section 6, Town- Also. E% of NE% ; SW% of securities of existing thereon or upon any part the sale, the Receivers appointed as !1R I
any corporation thereof at the date of, said sale.V. .
ship 44 South Range 37 East. NEtt and E% of NW'/i of NE*. company or ,joint stock asso- aforesaid are permitted to continue -
Subject to the Mortgage of Southern Section 4. Township 45 South. ciation. domestic or foreign, or of The Special Master will receive to operate the properties in receiv-

Sugar Company to Pinewood Range 37 East. domestic or' foreign state. no bid from anyone' ,offeringto ership and to use for the purpose of
any
gov-
Farms. Inc., a corporation existing All of Sections 20, 22 and 24. ernment or governmental authority bid ,who shall not., at least forty-! such operation the cash propertyand

under the laws of the State of Florida and East Half of Section 28. in or of political or administrative eight hours) prior to any offering assets at the date of the Decreeor
any
dated February 15, 1929. recorded Township 43 South. Range 37 subdivision. district or department. by the Special Master for sale under at any time thereafter in the pos-

o in Mortgage Book 217. page East, except right of way of F. thereof. and certificates, or receipts I the Decree, deposit with the Special: session of the aforesaid Receiversand
Master and deliver to him. ,as a said Receiverers
388. E. C. Railway Company, and all of any kind representing or evidencing are expressly
(17) rights of way for roads and ca any interest in any such stocks,! pledge that he will, make good his authorized and empowered pursuantto

The W of the NW% of the nals. bonds. notes, ,debentures evidences: bid, in case of its acceptance, in the order entered in 'the cause

SW% of Section 21. Township Subject to the Mortgage of The of indebtedness obligations :.or,. securities cash or check of or certified by some above-mentioned on October 7, 1931.
bank ,or trust, company, acceptable to to the bonds of
apply the several
42 South Range 37 EastNW
Southern Sugar Company to Bis- owned by The Southern Sugar '
Section 17 Town- the Sepcial Master and made or en- :3ub-drainage districts referred to in
%
of Trust its Receivers
cayne Company, a corporation Company or or to:
dorsed payable to his order, the sum said order. for
benefit
East. of
36 the the
44 South.
ship Range
"
organized and existing under the which it or they are entitled ,or in
The East half of the North- laws of the State of Florida. as Executor which it or they have any interest of $25,000, or Receivers' Certificatesin properties to be sold pursuant to
bearer form in the principal the Decree, to the
east quarter and the Southeast payment of taxes
and Trustee of the Estate of either at law or in equity (other
quarter of Section 15, Town- amount of 25000. or assignmentsof due upon the lands of The Southern
Phillip Ullendorff, deceased. and than the bonds held by the Receivers -
ship 42 South. Range 37 East. South Okeechobee Farms Company, of The Southern Sugar Company claims against, the.Company fin- Sugar Company to ,said several sub-,
ally allowed ,and established pur- drainage districts
in
Subject to the Mortgage of C. B a corporation organized and existing referred to in paragraph VIII of the as provided
suant to, the Decree by Subsequentorder said order. operation'by
Gwynn and Mamie W- Gwynn. his under the laws of the State of Decree as the Reserved Bonds), together Any said
of ,the Court, in the cause Receivers of the sold
wife, to The Board of Education of ida. dated August 2. 1928. Flor-I I with any unpaid coupons and !I property by
above-mentioned, aggregating ,in virtue of the after
the State of Florida. dated January in Mortgage Book 214, page or claims for interest thereon or dividends Decree the date
amount, as so finnally allowed and of the confirmation of the sale directed -
12, 1926. recorded in Mortgage Book (28) thereunto appertaining including -
established, the sum of, $125.000 or in
Decree
and by the shall
172, page 295. The W of the NWJ/i of the but without limiting the
partly in. cash or certified check or be at the cost and risk for
and ac-
(19) SW% of the NETS of Section 17 generality of the foregoing, certain
in Receivers' Certificates and partlyin count of the Purchaser.IX. .
All that part of Sections 23 Township 44 .South Range 36 bonds of Clewiston Farms Company.
claims, so finally, allowed and established -
and 24. Township 45 South. East, except ,as to any existing Pahokee Drainage District. South but The Purchaser, in the man-
in the relative
Range 36 East, lying West of Rights-of-Way for roads or canals. Florida Conservancy ,District Pelican same I ner and to the extent specified in .
North New River CanaL except (29) Lake Sub-Drainage District proportions., the Decree may elect not'to take or -,.

lots or tracts 3. 6 and 7 of Sec- W34 of Section 28. Township Guaranty 'Building and Loan Association Any deposit, received from an unsuccessful accept part of the property sold ,except .

tion 23, according to Plat thereof 42 South, Range 38 East. lying Disston Island Drainage bidder will be returnedto any contract or agreement to \(

on file in the office of the South and West of West Palm District ,Hidalgo Ccounty Common him at the?conclusion of the bidding which the Receivers are a party en-

Clerk of the Circuit court in Beach Canal; also all of Section School District No.7. Clewiston but without, interest thereon. tered into by the Receivers under the

and for Palm Beach County, 32. Township 42 South, Range Drainage District and certain shares The deposit received from the suc- specific authority of the Court in

Florida, in Plat Book 7. page 38 East; of the capital stock of The Clewiston cessful,, bidder or bidders shall be applied the cause above-mentioned. No such

30. All of Section 21, in Town- Company. Third Twin Bell Syndicateand on account of the purchase election by the Purchaser shall diminish
price of the :property purchased by I affect the
(20) ship 42 South of Range 38 East. Clewiston Home Buildings Asso- or purchase price
14. 16 18. 19 and such bidder or ,bidders in case the to be paid by the Purchaser.
Lots .15. 20 lying South and West of West cihtion.
'
in Section 5. Township 44 Palm Beach CanaL in Palm ,All of the right title, and interest bidders sale to shall such be successful confirmed.If .bidder or'I X. As in the' Decree provided the

South. Range 37 East; accord- Beach County. Florida. :of The Southern Sugar Company in Purchaser, or any grantee or transferee
ing to plat made by the Trus- (30) I and to the shares of the capital! any sale .shall not be confirmed.I I of the Purchaser, may elect to

tees ot' the Internal Improve- S'h.of. Section 26 and all of stock of Florida Sugar Company the deposit made by the successful 1 adopt or continue in force_ or to refuse -

ment Fund on file at Tallahassee. Section 34, Township 43, South. I and | or to receive the same when bidder shall be or forwith bidders returned for the property to such II to adopt or continue in force

Range 37 East. issued, and all of the right, title and any lease or other executory contract -
bidder or bidders, on his or their demand -
(21) All of the above-described prop- interest if any, of The Southern I. which may' be included in the
theerfor.
SW% of NE 4. of E% of NE% erty in Palm Beach County Florida, Sugar Company and its Receivers in ( property sold to the Purchaser or
The the succesful
and S% of Section 11. Township will be sold subject to all judg- I and to the shares of the capital deposit made by which may c constitute an incident
44 South, Range 35 East. ments recorded in said county stock of Florida Sugar and Food bidder or bidders may. in accordancewith thereof or be appurtenant thereto
the provisions of the Decree
against The Southern Sugar Com- Products Company.All other than any such lease or other
Subject to the Mortgage of The
i be forfeited in the event of his fail-
Kretex Realty Company, pany. property and interests in executory contract entered into by
a corporation prop- ure to comply with any order requiring -
said Receivers under the
to Trustees. of the Internal E. erty of every kind. character and description payment of or on accountof specific
All of the right. title. and inter- authority of the Court in the above-
Improvement Fund of the State of (including all rights, con the balance of the purchase price.
Florida. Dated October 28, 1925, est of The Southern Sugar Companyin tracts agreements. leases, claims.. demands The Purchaser to the extent per- mentioned' cause.

recorded in Mortgage Book 162, page the following described lands in .choses in action and sharesof mitted ,by the Decree and otherwisein XI. 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)E to be acquired by the Receivers of thereof may turn over to the ,Special I adjudication. The decree fixes
% of SW% of SE% 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 1\[. United States Eastern Standard

" Subject to the Mortgage covering Range 37 East. date of delivery of, possession to finally determined., Receivers' Certi-I Time. as the time when, and the

r a portion of said property of The All of Sections 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. the Purchaser or Purchasers thereofat ficates in bearer form ,andor| claims Court House in the City of Fort

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

' E. 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
South. Range 38 East. except the Reserved Bonds and cash, determine whether to confirmor
in Mortgage Book 217 page entitled to be paid out of the
,_ 186. (2) but including current'asset's., materials proceeds of sale. not to confirm any sale under the '

,: (23) '" SW% of Section 13. Town- and supplies; andor[ owned by In lieu of the deposit and deliveryto Decree. reported by the Special Master L
'
; All of Section 26. Township ship 41 South. Range .37 East. The Southern Sugar Company or to the Special Master of Receivers' 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. Certificates and or instruments of Master with reference thereto. If

:. Palm Beach County, Florida. lands wherever situated owned by I not included in the property hereinbefore assignment of claims the Special]]; the report of the Special Master of
, (24) The Southern Sugar Company or its described. Master will accept. the certificate of I any such sale shall not be filed on or

f Subject to the Mortgage of The Receivers or to which it or they are I I Any and all claims arising. out of any bank or trust company acceptable before the time aforesaid, then such

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 hearing will be had at such time and

r Land Company dated February 15. any interest whether at law or in The Southern Sugar Company the holds subject to the order of the place to which such hearing so fixed
equity and said lands and interestsin the Decree directed Master, shall be adjourned by the court or
;;' -- 1928 recorded in Mortgage Book property In and by Special or subject to the or-
213. page 382.Beginning. lands shall pass as fully and to be' sold. andor| out of the der of the party therein named and otherwise as the Court by its order
.
f' at the Southwest completely as I fdescriptions thereof disposition and | or application of the by him transferred to the order of shall determine.XII. .

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

i" Hiatus. between Township 43 Together with all and singularthe i of said Receivers andlor| ficates in bearer: form and I or claims scription of the property to be sold

South and Township 44 South, buildings. improvments, ways. otherwise so far as the same are. In I against the Company of the required and of the terms of sale. and for the
, Range 37 East; thence North rights easements. liberties privili- favor of the creditors, and stockholders character and in the amount specified provisions of said Decree and other

( 1354.16 feet more or less to ges, hereditaments and appurtenances -I of The Southern Sugar Com- i ., accompanied by :assignments information intending purchasersare

:_: the South boundary of Lot 14. to all the property belonging or !, pany. I thereof either to the Special? Masteror hereby referred to the Decree,
::: Section 36, Township 43 South. in any wise 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 claims 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- so, 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 southwesterly ing any body of water or in any accretion twenty nor less than ten days priorto price as such sums as would be paidIn Dated., November 6. 1931.

"' along the West boundary of or alluvion; and all rents. the date originally fixed for the : respect thereof. ,out of .the proceeds -
'-... aforesaid Lot 8 to the point of emblements. issues, profits and oth- sale under the Decree of the property of the, sale,. if the whole W. W. SINCLAIR,

beginning lying and being er income from all lands or interests : directed thereby, to be. sold, by amount of _the :purchase price were Special' .Master. ..
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J. J. Dallas of Ft. Myers, was a Asia; he was a zealous Christian.His ,Thess.; (6) 2 Thess.; (7) 2 Timothy -
business visitor here Tuesday. DIORAMA NEW ART home was a meeting place fora ; ((8) Philemon.- might be

.Personal Mention i ilC local group of Christians. It well to read the first few verses of

r'fl; George W. Safford of Lakeland. USED IN DISPLAYS seems that Paul was never in Col each oC these epistles-
transacted business here recently.
"We have great- joy and consolation
osse, and that the church there was
) Mrs. T. J. Tidwell spent Thanks .--- probably the result of the labors of in thy love the' saints are
Clara Schiller of Winter Haven. refreshed by thee. .* I beseech
giving in Tampa. Florida will go to the World's Timothy and others. Paul's letter I
spent a few days of the past week Fair at Chicago in 1933 with a com- shows that .he regarded Philemonas thee for my son Onesimus whomI

in! Clewiston. plete dramatization of its resources. a true friend. Onesimus ;was a have begotten in my bonds."
Bill Wallace Sunday after-
spent
beauties and appeal, which will be heathen slave or servant in'the Onesiums while hiding In Rome
in Miami.R. .
noon LC- Sturges spent the Thanks- largely aided by the liberal use of home of Philemon. He wag not had heard Paul preach and was con

giving holidays visiting points ,of the diorama, a small model being thoroughly,, reliable; and on one occasion verted and became his assistant.
., Nicholas of Orlando trans- interest in Florida. shown to the Florida Commission in he stole some of Philemon's Paul thus describes him "Which in

acted business here recently. session at Tampa this week, and property and ran away to Rome. time :past was to thee unprofitable,

Mrs. AE.. Belden and Mrs. I. M.I wherever shown has created most By some unknown means he came but now profitable unto thee and to

Bill Wallace motored to West Pafford spent Tuesday afternoon. in I favorable comment. under the influence of Paul under me." Paul was sending the slave i

Palm Beach Saturday. West Palm Beach shopping. I This model wasmade by Chas. whose preaching the runaway slave back to his old master, Philemon to

Plastow. of Rollins College Winter was converted. and became a valuable whom Paul wrote, "Whom I have

Capt. Ben Johnson was a visitor' LITLE ANNE PAFFORD I Park Florida. The diorama was help to Paul in Rome. After sent again: Whom I would :

in Miami Tuesday. CELEBRATES BIRTHDAYMrs. first brought out at Wembly ex- hearing the confession of Onesimusof have retained with me, that in thy :

I hibition at' ,,London..., It so happenedthat his wrong to Philemon, Paul ad- stead he might have ministered '

R. H. Howell spent the week end -I. M. Pafford entertained Mr. .pjast w. an Englishman vised him to go back to Colosse and (Continued on Page Six)

in Lakeland.W ; for' her daughter. Anne in celebration : worked upon and helped develop sent in his care the epistle to the

of her sixth birthday. Friday this new science of showmanship, Colossians and a private letter to -t: "i
C. Thomas spent the week end afternoon at her home in the and it is most likely he will be en- Philemon. The man's confessionand

in :Punta Gorda.R. Schultz apartments.The gaged by the Florida Commission reformation were genuine. In _

appointments were yellow I to design and execute the ten or the introduction to his letter to i Rooms for Rent I
S. Falkiner and Miss Valerie and white. Ice cream and cake was more dioramas needed to most ful- Philemon, Paul speaks of his beinga

Roberts motored to Maimi Saturdayto served to the following guests: I ly exploit the material exhibits. prisoner and that Timothy joins I

visit friends.Mr. Misses Milly Bourne. Grace Ward, The model Mr. Plastow designed him in sending the letter." Paul's New Barracks

Anne Dunty, Gloria and Betty Mc-I was taken from a calendar showinga letter opens with the words. "I i
n
and Mrs. George Augur are Duffie, Josephine Digges, Virginia turpentine!= camp. In the fore- thank my God, making mention of :Partly: Furnished Men Only

spending the week end in Jackson- Belden. and Mary Evelyii Reed and ground one sees the boxed pine thee always In my prayers. Hearingof REASONABLE RATES

ville. Messrs. Robert Dunty, "Sonny trees, a laborer emptying the cups, thy love and faith, which thou ,

.- Boy" Vaughn. and Edward Belden. another rolling a barrel on a wa- hast toward the Lord Jesus. and i Apply to !

Mr. and Mrs. Dick Small are in Miss Virginia Belden and Miss gon, the majestic pine trees. and toa toward, all garntjs"Thank my

.' Clewiston visiting :Mr. and Mrs. G. Anne Dunty won prizes in the vari- great, distance a continuance of God" etc.. is an expression used in g W.A.DavisI

Small., ous contests.. the forest., The depth of the modelis the beginning of Paul's letters; (1)

1- .\ scarcely twelce inches Romans; (2) Cor. (3) Philip-
Mr- and Mrs- W. c- Prewitt spent GIRL SCOUTS ENTERTAINFOR The question arists: 'What Is a pians; (4)) Collossians; (5)) 1 ) :n- :- "1.

-, the past week end visiting relativesin MRS. J. G. ALLHANDSThe diorama?" .

Ft. Meade. To give an adequate answer:

Girl Scouts of Clewiston Look out of your window into a
W. L. Lawis of Lakeland was a with the assistance, of Mrs. Claude vast space on a sunlit day. The

business visitor here for several Downs. Mrs. Spicer and Mrs. Maxwell diorama is a pictorial representation ..
days this week. ) entertained Mrs. _J. G. All-
in three dimensions: width,
hands. their scoutmaster, with a height and depth. You have a feel- SAY THEY ARE GOOD
J. H.' Jones of Ft- Myers was in
farewell party Monday afternoon at
ing of looking into the far distance.In .
Clewiston this week on a short business the Watanabe hotel.A experimenting for best results

: visit: remembrance book was presented -
the artists in an endeavor to bring
to Mrs. Allhands by the the horizontal and the vertical into
Miss Mae Drew is spending the scribe Mary Bush. All the scouts
just relationship a curve was added
week end in Miami v visiting her 'contributed a verse in the book and combining the two ,planes. The dio- Try SL meal at the Clew-

brother. these were read by Evelyn Hare
calls for combination
rama a of the
and Betty Spicer. art of the sculptor the painter and iston Cafe, oaid quit them
r Eleanor Wintle of Ft. Myers Present were Mrs. M. P. Boggs,I the architect. The resultant illusion
spent Monday in Clewiston as the Mrs. Fred Moltz Mrs. A. A. Mun- I
is so complete that there is great if
you Gaunt.
guest of Mrs.: C. E. Miner. roe, Mrs. A. O- Ward. Mrs. F.' -
difficulty in finding out where the
.- Deane Duff. ,Mrs. Charles Adams, actual modeling stops and where the
Mrs. E. B. Butler and Miss Jo Y.
Mrs. H. A. Bestor Mrs. R. Pat-
surface which is not modeled; but
Hogan motored to West Palm Beach terson. Mrs. M.,;W., Biggs. Mrs. F. painted to represent the third dimension -

Monday.. M Maxwell, Mrs. A. W. Spicer. Mrs.J. begins.. Lighting also plays They are tastey ... They satisfy

' K. Mowery, Mrs. Claude Downs an important part. ,The dioramas
I' Mrs. CE- Miner spent several Mrs., W. C. Worth' Mrs. F. L. Wil-'I; will have changing colors which

days of the past week in Ft. Myers lamson. Mrs. R. M. Hare. Mrs.; F.I I will add to the beauty of the pic-

visiting friends. M. Wright, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs.R .
H. Hall: Mrs. C. McDonald and ture.The
,
various alcoves of the Flor-
, '..J'E.. E. Kelly motored_ to Daytona Mrs. J. R.. Alston. ida exhibit will be given over to ag- CLEWIS TON CAFESUGARLAND
i | Beach Wednesday to spend the The following scouts took part ricultural and general farming dis-

; ;, ) Thanksgiving holidays. in the entertainment:, Mary Bush, plays with a ,diorama of a farm in
I i. Mae Lily Stone. Betty Spicer. Lily'I operation; citrus and horticulture.with HIGHWAY AT FRANCESCO STREET
Mrs. M. A. Bass of Avon Park Merel Winn. Dorothy Hare. Emma
wind-
an orange grove. with
was a recent guest of the Clewiston Laura Bethea. Peggy Gallant, Billie
blown tree tops; a sportsman show,
Inn Hooker Mildred Ward. Roberta
,
diorama of leaping tarpon playedby
O'Neal and
Spicer Bernice Evelyn
a fisherman; winter home appeal
Alex St. Amand motored to Ft. Hare.
with background of a handsome .
Myers Wednesday to spend the .1-
estate; transportation with relief
holidays. GIRL SCOUTS map showing roads with trucks and

busses and autos in motion; trainsin I 'J ,. r
Mrs. Hubert Land and Mrs. Clyde 'J REORGANIZATION OF
Our announced at the
I' captain; motion; ships in motion and the I
Crosby spent Tuesday afternoon in Girl Scout meeting Wednesday that sky line with planes in the air; education -
Pahokee.I' Miss Jo Hagen would take over the ,
with diorama and modelsof The Southern.Sugar CompanyA
troop in 'her' place. The girls are our educational institutions;
' L. O.: Gravely of La Belle spent
! sorry to see her leave.A manufacturers and industries witha
J s .ednesdaY.in Clewiston on busi- new patrol was started Wed- possible phosphate mine in oper- hearing was held porsoanf to notice at Fort Myers, Florida,

, ness. nesday. It is named the Brownie, ation; a beach scene with dioramic on November 4, 1931, before the Circuit Court of Hendry County,
1 Patrol with Bush is their at which the Court considered the Plan and Agreement, dated
Bary pa-
various
thru
and so on the -
I Miss Jeanette Morgan left for I seascape; April 1, 1931, for the reorganization of The Southern"Sugar
trol leader. Those in that patrolare
to spend the displays. Each diorama will be Company, theretofore filed with the Court, and the Court has
Lakeland Wednesday
Bob ,Spicer. Bernice Guithere,II seen thru an aperature nine feet entered its Final Decree, dated November S, 1931,'among other
holidays with relatives. Alice Beam, Vonnie Lee Malrey. long and five feet high. The depth things adjudging that the offers to the creditors of The Southern

June Hooker. Elizabeth Winn. Ar- will be but two feet but the i i'lusion! Sugar Company contained in said Plan are fair, timely and
R. E. Kurtz of Ft., Myers, and J. meda Howell and Betty Dunter. I will show to the uttermost reaches equitable and fully represent the respective interests of said
M. Couse of Moore Haven, were I creditors in said Company and its property. The Final Decree
business visitors in Clewiston Wed- Those present in the' Golden Rod i' of the scene portrayed, be it an or- further directed a sale of all of the property of said Company and
Patrol were Betty Spic nesday. leader, Mae Lily Stone Lois Walls, sea. on December 7, 1931.
Grace Dumormer Hare.In Is that creditors of, The Southern
Palm Dorothy I Peopla!:: arc beginning to realize Notice hereby given
Laddie Wallace of West the Alligator Patrol, those pre what a tremendous psychological Sugar Company whose claims, exclusive of interest,
Beach spent the week end here with sent were Evelyn Hare patrol leader ,I amount to $LWt or leas will not be entitled to the benefitsof
effect color and form have the
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. upon the offer contained in the Plan of a cash payment equalto
Lily Merel Wynn Bernice;
\ Wallace.W well-being' of the individual and 62ft% of the amount of such claim in respect of any
O'Neal, and Letha Mae Wills. how it is possible to obtain certain claims not deposited before the close of business on

of Lexington. '-Reporter.AN reactions thru the medium of the December 7, 1931, and after said date such cash offer is
Eppenauer' eye, in the same way'as It is by'' withdrawn. The withdrawal of said cash offer, however, is not
Missouri, arrived in Clewiston re- to creditors whose claims arise out of
contracts
applicable executory
ENTERVIEW WITH HE.NKY I music thru the ear. All these points.have .
,r cently. Mr. Eppenauer is an employee '' or leases. Creditors, to whom the cash payment of 62 S55
I.. -:1: of the U- S. engineers. FORD ., a direct bearing on the mak- shall not be available pursuant to the provisions of this notice,may
,
y ---.- --'--' ling and showing of the diorama j nevertheless deposit their claims under the Plan after December,
Cyril Baldwin of Avon Park receiver I'" "ti1rrl fIn; p\co::: t\t', )) the new science of showmanship.] 1931, and will continue to be entitled upon consummation of the
take when we got too far away, The Florida Commission believes: Plan to receive Debentures or Voting Trust Certificates for
I of the Southern Sugar com- from the soil., Because of this sep- that its plan and scope of the dis- Common Stock as provided in the Plan.
pany, spent a few days this weekin : Except as above stated,deposits of claims against and stock
aration both agriculture and indus- will have such appeal that
I play an ,
Clewiston on business. of The Southern Sugar Company of all classes and of stock of
try have developed separate ills, Florida's exhibit will be an out- all classes of The Clewiston Company will continue to be acceptedand

Victor Blate will leave Sunday which I believe can be cured by ,str.dr.s: attraction- the subscription rights to stock of the New Company con-

;', afternoon for Gainesville. Mr. Blate bringing them both together again. i I --o-- ferred by the Plan may be exercised, without penalty, unto
its further notice; but' the Reorganization Manager reserves the
Agriculture needs an outlet for
Gainesville store
p will 'manage the such uttapcihooii right to terminate such right of deposit and/or subscription at
product as industry can giveIt
owned by Blate Bros. '; ,any time without notice.In .
,and to this end we are continu- order to participate in the benefits of the Plan all creditors

Mrs. W. H. Percy arrived in ously making experiments to find TLescn and stockholders of The Southern Sugar Company are urged to
Clewiston recently from Boston. Mr. new industrial uses for ordinary: 1 i I f deposit without delay with one of the following depositaries: For
I Claims Unsecured Claims and Receivers Certificates
is superintendent of fabrica- farm products. Bring these two together Equipment ,
Percy Central Hanover Bank and Trust Company, 70 Broadway,
tion of the Southern Sugar' com- and, and also you provide stimulate at least agriculture four-I FOR NOVEMBER 29 1931 I II New York City; For Land Claims, Central Farmers Trust

pany mill- SUBJECT: Paul's Letter to Philemon. -, Company, West Palm Beach, Florida; For stock of The
months a year healthful out-of-door Southern and exercise of .
I Sugar Company, subscription rights,
Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Watson of work for the slack employment of GOLDEN TEXT: "There is nei- Central Hanover Bank and Trust Company, or Union
Alabama in industry. To try to do this has beena Guardian Trust Company, Congress and Griswold Streets,
arrived
Talladega, ther bond nor free-for ye are all i
I big part of my personal job the Detroit, Michigan, or California Trust Company, 629 South
"
Clewiston this week for the season. in Christ 'Gal-, 3:28. .1
one Jesus.
last eighteen months. I have work- Spring Street, Los Angeles, California; For stock of The
Mr. and Mrs. Watson have spent the LESSON TEXT: Philemon 4-20. Clewiston Company, County Trust Company of New York,
I winter in Clewiston for several ed as hard at it as, at anything I LESSON TRUTH : Christian 80-Eighth Avenue, New York City.
ever attempted. What the. results
)' ars. Friendship is the highest and truest
will be I cannot But we are
say
friendship. This letter was, written REED, ADLER & CO., BITTING, INCORPORATED,
Mrs. Hubert Land entertained at trying. I have faith that out of so about A D. 62.INTRODUCTION. Associate Retrtanisatien Manager, Reorganization Manager,
"
I a birthday party Sunday afternoonin much work some good must come. : "Philemon was 724 South Spring Street, 52 Wall Street,

honor of Van Cothern. Those one of Paul's converts, probably Los Angeles, California. New York City.

"''c present were Miss Elsie Hare. Miss Health and Happiness during the three year period that "

Ulla Jacobson. Miss Marcia Avant. Health: Is the first of all liberties Paul was in Ephesus. He was a Dated: November 17, 1931.FRIDAY .
Hubert Land, Joe Cato and Mr. and und happiness Rives i us the energy man of some wealth and lived in

Mrs. S- R.' Connell. wlilHi/ I 1" tu| h-is-U 'II! h'pllr.--Irolel: Colosse in the Roman province of



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AGE SIX THE CLEWISTON) NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1081

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tennial Commision has been advised in the world, excepting perhaps the vegetables. through truck deliveries.The .

SARASOTA LEAVES includes lodges on various dates Congressional Record. that anyone The board plans to use Tampans protested that their

between February 22 and Thanks- would look to as an authority on labor and may add a convict\\deliveries should not be thus

giving Day next year.A diversified farming. Its specialty is later ed. as the goods were sold tax.r

LAKE TERRITORYFOR committee headed by Grand "soil" of another type. And the Board members agreed that the hand and the trucks merely _,

Master J. Irving' Shipley has been hulk of Its readers if we know any- i state could grow vegetables for the delivery. The ordinance was aimed

EAST COASTThe organized to supervise the Celebration thing about the character of its appeal I Institutions. even' can them for later principally at peddlers, and the

and various subcommittees noted what Mary Noble had use, much cheaper than it can buy merchants' committee held that the

have been appointed to carry to say about Florida land only If the fresh produce and canned goods truck deliveries could not properly
out different phases of the suffered
pro- they the disappointmentof
from the market.
government dredge "Sarasota" -
gram will be confined to the recognition scanning the piece while under -
has abandoned its original plansto
"Washington the Ma- the misapprehension that the author -
dig its way along Three Mil ARCADIA SUSPENDS SAME SERVICE
son. was writing of the kind of dirt
canal to Lake Okeechobee and en- ORDINANCE TAXING
Exorcises Planned sometimes associated with our NEW LOCATIONNolon
ter the east coast canal for duty TRUCK DELIVERIES
r The observance by the Grand "summer paradises for winter so-
there. The change in plans was "
Lodge will be held at Newport in journers.
B. Conner, formerly located -
known here Saturday when
made the Old Colony House where George Getting aroused over an absurd- Arcadia, Nov. 26Operation of in the Civic Center Bar-
received orders to reverse -
the dredge its route and go down the Washington was welcomed in 1790 ity is in itself absurd. It also Is indicative a city ordinance requiring paymentof I I ber Shop, may now be found at
license of
by Moses Sexias on behalf of King of a/n Inferiority complexto a fee for delivery SHORTY MUSGRAVES BarberShop
Caloosahatchee to Ft. Myers and
east David's Lodge. Washington received take anything except sartiric goods here from trucks was suspended in theAJ..STOX-
thence to the coast canal near
the address of welcome in the notice of hack-written' stuff appear- at a special meeting of the BIUILDING

Miami. Jewish Synagague and later attended ing in publications so shamelessly city council Tuesday night pending Where the Same Efficient
The original plans for the Sarasota 'redraft of the ordinance. The sus-
services in the Trinity Episcopal shallow as Liberty. The utter puer- Service May be Had
were to begin at Lock numberone church .Suitable exercises will beheld ility of the Noble article Is perfectly pension was voted after protest had

in Moore Haven and dredge its .In each building. obvious to any mind about the been made by a committee repre-I Nolon B. Conner

way into Lake Okeechobee deep- Invitations will be sent to the grade of moron and Liberty's moron I senting Tampa wholesalers and retailers -

ening the canal as it proceeded to Grand Masters of each of the New trade didn't read it. Or If they did. I who supply dealers here

Its assigned duty in the East Coast England jurisdictions to attend the what's the difference?-Ft. Myers I
canal. The Sarasota draws four feet .
News-Press.
exercises at Newport. I
of water and it is believed that the
Valuable George Washington'relics. Sensational Discovery 666 SalveA
shallowness of water in the canal' i ,
including a lock of his hair OFFICERS ARE ELECTEDBY
and the length of time that would' '
the and the:: Bible on which he was obligated EAST BEACH POST Doctor's Prescription for Treating Colds Externally Everybody Using
have been required to make I .
when he became a Mason
journey from here to the east coastis It-Telling Their Friends
are contained in a prized collectionnow i Pahokee, Nov. 25...-H. LaBerte
responsible for the abandonmentof
in possession of Lodge Number I Lapp was elected post commanderof
its plans. $5,000 Cash Prize For Best AnswersWhy
Four of the Masonic Fraternity in! the East Beach Post 90. American -

Other dredging work in the Ca- Fredericksburg, Virginia. Legion at a recent meeting. w
loosahatchee that is of interest to You Prefer 606 Salve For Colds" '
Preparations are being made to Other officers elected were V. C. A

residents of the lake section is the have these relics placed on .exhibition Denton, vice-commander; C. E. The Answer Is Easy After You Have Tried It

progress being made by the Des- during 1932 by the Lodge Smith finance officer; George M. \

Roches & Watkins suction dredgesnow which owns them It is hoped that Mead adjutant; C- M. Todd. chap Ask Your Druggist

nearing the southermost pointof other relics the lain Carmen historianand
to Salvatore
belonging orginal ; ,
First Prize $500.00; Next ten Prizes 100.00 each; Next twenty
their contract. Capt. Hunter who collection, now lost, may be restored service officer; Amos Henry,
has charge of the dredges. expressed in time for the Bicentennial. sergeant at arms. and Carmen Sal- Prizes $50.00 each; Next forty Prizes $25.00 each; Next one hundred

a belief that the contract will be vatore, G- C. Enlow, H. L. Speer, J. Prizes 10.00 each; Next one hundred Prizes $5.00 each. In case of a

completed by Christmas. The I CONSIDER TILE SOURCE Q. Henry and George Mead. execu- tie Identical Prizes will be awarded. Rules: Write on one side of paper
dredges were today at government
tive committee. only. Let your letter contain no more than fifty words. Tear off Top of
station 803 near the railroad cross- Florida newspapers and agricul-

ing at Ortona. The two dredges of tural authorities in indignant 666 Salve Carton and mail with letter' to 666 Salve Contest. Jackson-
AMOS APPROVES OPENINGOF
the DesRoches & Watkins company unanimity, are vastly "het up" over MIAMI BANK FRIDAY ville, Florida. All letters must be in by midnight. January 31, 1932

have been clearing the river of de an articule in a recent issue of --.- Your Druggest will have list of winners by February 15th.

bris so that later the Caloosahatchee Liberty magazine in which an obscure -

might be used to transport heavy woman writer one Mary approved Tallahassee plans-for Comptroller the opening Amos of 666 Liquid or Tablets with 666 Salve Makes a

machinery that is to be used in Noble. wrote that "much of Flor-

construction of the permanent levees ida's soil is put to its best use in a new bank in Miami. Complete Internal and External Treatment
The Bank of Miami & Trust company -
around the south shore of Lake the making of golf courses; it lends
with $100.00 capital and $50.-
Okeechobee. itself to the creating of

Water level in Lake HIcpocheenow paradises for winter sojourners summer butt 000 surplus, will open for business .---r..r.--. .. I' ..... "--r.-.r." . ..."............................................................................................................................."
Friday, the comptroller's office announced "
does not lend itself to diversified
stands at 11 feet aobve sea C- H. Reeder is presidentand

level. farming. L. F. Griffin is secretarytreasurer
All we know about this is whatwe

SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON see in the papers and we are of the new institution. IT IS THE RULEAND

.- quite sure our abysmal ignorance

(Continued from page 5 of the outrage would be a bliss STATE TO CULTIVATEAND
NOT THE EXCEPTIONI
hared. by all beyond the'mental age CAN VEGETABLESIN
unto me in the bonds of the gospel: EVERGLADES AREA
addicted to if
reading Liberty some
But without thy mind would I do ..---- I
Florida patriot hadn't, by unhappy
nothing; that thy benefit should not Tallahassee.-State officials have
chan e. happened upon the, item
be as it were of necessity, but will- lf&
and started a discussion which is decided to try their hand at truck
ingly." It is probable that after .
farming in the Everglades.The
given it wholly undeserved public- 2 THE UNANIMOUS PRAISE OF OUR GUESTS ON THE \
his conversation Christ Onesimus
to ity. board of commissioners of
desired to go back to his master. state institutions voted last weekto I SUPERIOR TYPE OF SERVUE FOUND AT THE CLEW-
Considering the source, it might
Philemon. Then Poul made a kind have been better if Floridians had establish a truck farm in the fertile | ISTON INN IS THE RULE RATHER THAN THE EXCEP-

of apology for Onesimus. "For paid no attention to the article. It section 'somewhere near Lake g TION. ,

perhaps he therefore departed fora really did no damage. Liberty has Okeechobee and to grow vegetablesfor
season, that thou shouldst receive |
the various state institutions
some circulation we have no doubt,
him forever. Not now as a
but it is about the last publication which buy their fresh and canned
servant. but above a servant a % PEOPLE COMING TO CLEWISTON APPRECIATE T H E_

brother beloved. specially to me INVIGORATING BREEZES THAT FLOAT INTO THE INN

but how much more unto thee. bothin .. I FROM LAKE OKEECHOBEE. AND THE EXCELLENT

the flesh, and in the Lord? If J Miss Curves 1931 I
Introducing --- APPOINTMENTS OF THE INN MAKE IT THE, IDEAL
thou count me therefore a partner, tI

receive him as myself." Paul felt PLACE TO RESIDE.
!
that the brotherhood in Christ

wiped out much of the 'difference ?:0 I

between the master and his slave, .$;:.Z>' : j t J r..::.:.:A..:. !
and therefore Paul wrote, "If he 44dY.jjCjv

hath wronged thee, or oweth thee < ;:r; tSlf: Y

ought, put that on mine account; I i THE CLEWISTON INN

Paul have written it with mine own
'
:
:
hand, I will repay it: albeit I do fir. :.:,: ::"..,. ..., 1t"' .'fr ,
"lr:;;:';i''' : 't.c $1 "V"'o y\ty>';<< On The Shore of Lake Okeechobee
not, say to thee how thou owest tft t ; :; ; ;;: ':=:'::;:'i:.:;:::; 1! < unto thine self be- < \J : : J; i .: .
me even own :o}:<;::<::., ....::::;.=>:.:.;.:.:..' ';,. ...... O< .....:...... ;.=>> ,.>
ides. Tea, brother, let me have 't"I lf :J t( N.d: :

joy of thee in the Lord. Paul had J .

poor eyesight and seldom wrote S: 'H y( c 2------:..: :..:..:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:...rY :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:--:..:-:..:..:.;.
with his own hand. and Philemonmay fi t) #' cSY;.}$f..yv4t .. ;:,.:;nj,},.:x!.:.,;,;:%:$
.,.... : ,
};i.:: 'y"ry: :S:;: r .. ;$;t sr :.t ?sw<. .,
have been converted the ;: .. ::;
Holy Spirit through Paul's by preaching Y.x( N.;:{>'> .bYw'. : :;y.;; ) rix' $ ; > ':K tix'y Y ;vV F 2..,'ik! .:..:..:---....:..K":..H..K..:..HK..X..H":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-<


.and was especially near to him. r... ;7C.. .'/JC. .... : :.Y. ..; vx> ; {. 0t }?ykl.. .: ....\Z/J hY
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and really owed Paul. spiritually, :;iW;, .i!' ::2'-1.jrA2y>:>:..:. .. ....:..;.:.'..,..:f. ::.<... ."'" : .t...,:i"';.,' '...:..;,:. ..:':'.:":.\. :'"_: AA*}'}{0&j.::$'SY:: : Y i


much slave.of the more Lord's'Such give than in a question.position the What price reminds of shalla us a ..iWi.C\ ; :; 4o I Clewiston Golf Course r rI L


man exchange for his .-:: : ,..... .. ,;x.>>: :.,. .,.. ... .. ....X < ..... ... ., .,,. '
soul?" Dr. Alexander Maclarensays :: "":<.X':>' .;(..;.;;;""';"'/.:,"':.:::/b'::.':..:..:..'L. .;..:'..." ;;.r:.. ."..:. ..t.....'.":'X::::-:::: <<:" ..? : :.:.<':::'.::..:>:.:,:.:;:::: 0'::: "
"The Christian teacher may "YrJ :< !r..* : :";:: : ::).ij?ihh;:::;:.:Al&:f'.Ir.. :::v""\ : .
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to the soul .. ... _
say which by his minis- "::,,: '' <.< : ,' J''"" =Q', '''':.',:<:',''::' ..,, ,. :. .,'.$.:>.:',:' .v'. I Open t
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trations .. .
has been "' > ', '
brought back to '<' 7/f. 1tv: qr x?.-, : ... lif ''?t : .rv
God and to peace, in a very real t.: :::'::;;:& fftq x1i.(::: :\>}'>! ? y
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sense: 'Thou owest thyself to me.' : .. ., .... >... "'> ', f Y
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And the bond which knits of ': .>':\:::::" .;;:h::4 '>> ;; 'lt' ft;; :>:!.l :: ...{.: :. ::
any us :.i o?; t.: ,:::::'"': ;,.:<:::::?:..:.1Ij4-t''J:' of whom that is true to one another I' J itc't.g: : :: ';:,:' ':;;'l.':;:r 'i.%:....<.<. 9 FtxAl., <: :.i .>
;- r'l. > ;; ';( :;:'f:::.: -,;: I..04Y ? ,:>' : f"" <- .. Y
is one the tenderness of ; t; fl f i:4V.:' {t y

which cannot be over-estimated." a >r>-4Y n: ,, .. .,!).!'.';< ...'," ,..f.. :..,( ,A.roc.:1.1hr.. : bSAK ,.. M\. ._ Y
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Possibly Paul may have had some ;,.t Wi' v' :#! r':'.: :: :':": :{(
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such thought. Personally I do not ;gv. '"' '",..: ""., .i., rw : ::; \:i In case you don't know Miss t. The Public is invited I
,' to
(
_ feel that ''J :"" ):>> : --/1.'t"; play un,
any human Pennington, which is improbable,
can L
agency f t: < .
.
; .
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take <::'J<,.<<->i. ; ,-,,, ... >,': .">, .. she the
unto itself that much credit in 21.a'i :;< ;g7. 1 was one of the first of

the conversion of any soul. The ,; '",,!,,<#j.:> .:rI ,:.';-';f#,,..,*jo ::.'';' "'"!". :Z:<<""K,<: ._ better known stars to go In for the % der honor system of rules gov- :is!:
'J new curves now a standard
force of a human U 1Pi'ifJt&A vogue x. f
agent is so exceeding 1
: f1t } requirement for the stage. "Dane-
the Course ::
small compared with the (.;; :i .)...,. )'''11i; ::$'J',:,: lag," says Miss Pennington, takes :|: erning
work of the Holy Spirit, that the ,.",>! r. d -;, Y
all
.w> the
1 :>'; I. >'''; A reserve energy one can Y
human could not claim any owner- ;;i !*;' $r1: ;" ,:: JI'i4 command and who ever heard of a I Y

ship. '\ \ ,,. 1,yt U'iW, girl with a bed-slat figure who had Y
jf4{W d' : (i Y
.5'5"'N: energy. It takes plenty of good i
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RHODE ISLAND MASONSTO -J1' 1Jt' 1'S l wholesome food to work up "performance *

HONOR WASHINGTONPlans f' 'ftJffi i potatoes and pep',most lots of of all meat, a generous and- _:;: Players are expected to register :|!:


are being made by the Ma- ._ .... .. \. <1ti&3i.idJ.4" < thing helping else that of is desserts sweet, or because some- S:is!: and pay green fees before :|!:

. sons of Rhode Island to observe in sweets are energy foods. Sj

1932. the Two Hundredth Anniver- |*JT 1ENTLEMEN-"Miss and ladies Curves1931" : meetBroadway's Miss Pennington's favorite sweet _Sft:;:: playing =::: .

sary of the Birth of George Wash- snack is an old-fashioned bread and if
who is none other than the
ington in an elaborate Jam sandwich, or, maybe, Just a
manner. darling of the Great White Way, slice of bread and butter with a ::
The tentative program the Unit- Ann Pennington, now starring in sprinkling of sugar-"like grand !* Y

ed States George Washington Bicen: "Everybody's Welcome. mother used to give me" site caM. :-:"r"rX+(":":":-:":"*:":-:-:"x-x..:-XMX":"x-:..x..XMX..x-x..x..:..x.?