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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 4, 1931
Publication Date: 1928-
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Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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-/ VOLUME NUMBER 50. CLEWISTON. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4 1931 SINGLE COPY FIVE cENTS I
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I AMERICAN LEGION I A BUSINESS. PROPOSITION" I I SUPERCHARGES SOUTH ARE FLORIDA BARREDAT FAIR CANE SHOWS HIGH



GOLF TOURNAMENT TAMPA. 5 Automobile race SUGAR CONTENT AS
One of the fundamental principles most of whom have families would '
dlivers, participating in the. -
of business is to build and buy move to Clewiston if there were a professional
I speed events at the South
HANDICAPS MADE when prices are Tow, and to build sufficient number of houses? HARVEST BEGINSEXPECT
Florida Fair on Tuesday, Feb. 2.
i
where there is a demand for houses. A real opportunity presents itselfto
will be the first to be affected by!
the business man who has a
,SUNDAY OPENING
SET ASIDE AS the ruling of sanction boards adopted -
This principle is now applicableto small capital to invest. With build- TO EXCEED 50 000.000
DAY FOR SECOND ANNUAL
last year which becomes effect- SUGA
GOLF TOURNAMENT Clewiston. There is a house Ing material, labor and lumber mill POUNDS OF RAW II
-January 1. 1932, which
shortage here bordering on the prices much less than they have pro-:. DURING SEASONThe
hibits the use of supercharges on
Pairings for the.second annual acute stage. With the sugar cane been in years the Investment ot'a! I
all cars participating in champion
American Legion golf tournamentwere harvesting season starting next week few hundred dollars In Clewiston! I sugar mill here will begin
made this week and playing I and expansion seen in the sugar industry .now will yield profitable returns. I ships meets. grinding Dec. 10.. with about 3500
Wilson about mill 1 For two years the superchargeshave men 'employed J. J. Harrington, co-
dates announced by Maj CC- Clewiston; with workon Lumber prices are now about
local pro in charge of the the permanent levee daily attracting 25 per cent lower than in previous! been under the ''ban on the receiver. said in a statement made

tournament. more workers to Clewiston normal years; there Is an approximate Indianapolis speedway but have been I public Tuesday.The .

During the past few weeks continued the demand for houses will, be. in- average reduction of 33 1-3 allowed on dirt tracks until the Clewiston mill, with a daily

I work has been done on the creased. per cent in the building trade labor I close of the 1931 season. The South grinding capacity of 4000 tons has I

: CleWiston course with an abandon A recent survey of houses here costs, and an average reductionof I Florida Fair holds the first major been completely reconditioned dur-

ment of the temporary greens'"for shows that there is not one resi- about 25 per vent in the cost of i championship meet of national im- ing the past weeks.. Steam was
numbers four and eight for the dence vacant in Clewiston. Not on- building materials. portance and therefore becomes subject -turned through the pipes at the

tournament.The I ly that. but a number of engineers Clewiston needs more houses. ,I to the ruling. officials say. Both mill here Tuesday to make certainall

tournament will be decided working with the federal forces A studious survey of building!I the American Automobile Associa- is in readiness for the early sea-
I
by match play with handicap ratings here have taken houses in Moore material prices throughout the na-! tion and the International Motor son. All working parts of the mill

' as established. The first matches I Haven. 15 miles away and make 'the tion has led the Toledo (0.) Blade Contest Association boards have con- have been carefully inspected and

must be played by Sunday. December additional 30 miles each day to and to say in a recent issue: curred in the$) ,decision to discon- where parts were found to be worn

i 13, according to the set of rules from work because of the house "Some thoughtful students of. tinue the force feed gas attach- hew ones were installed.

;, posted at the club house. Each match shortage here. Is it not reasonable business conditions say the slump in' ments. Colored laborers were set to

! to be 18 holes, with 36 hole match to. believe that this number of men. (Continued on Page Two) I II work In the cane fields near Ben- ,

for the finals., I bow Farms and Liberty Point '

Matches, for the first round and camps this week cutting the firstof
I MEETING CALLED ON PLAN TO FOUR KNOCK-OUTS
handicap ratings are as follows: BEAN SHIPMENTS I the harvest. A better sugar con-
.{ POPULARIZE FLORIDA FOODS
c-. M. W. Bigg 44. and Mrs. F- D I tent is found in the cane this year

Duff, 30- I INITIATE NEW RINGFULL than last
", A joint committee of all service was yielded season, Mr.
W. C. Owen 26. and G. >-. small. SHOW INCREASE clubs In Tallahassee Invited the Harrington said. It is expected thata

50. ; greater quantity of raw sugar will
state heads of all clubs In Florida
W. Vaughn.. 44. and Dave Al- GALLERY SEE AMATEURSOF be shipped from Clewiston this season
EVERGLADES BEANS PASS 1100 to meet in ,Jacksonville Saturday to I
ston. 26. VARYING WEIGHTSIN than was sent out last year.
consider a plan for popularizing
H. T. Vaughn 38. and L C- CAR L9AD'1\IARK AS Last season's shipments totalled ap-
Florida-grown food .products- ACTION
Sturgess, 28. SEASON'MOVES proximately 50.000,000 pounds
Details of the plan were not announced -
F. D. Duff, 20 and J. W- Ezelle, which was shipped to the refineryat
but J. Huskisson, secre- Four knock outs, ranging In
46. Vegetable season i'hthe Ever- tary to Governor'Carlton and chair- weights from 60 to 160 pounds fea- Savannah, Ga. .
J. A. Plunkett 36. and M. A. Yen- Formal sale of the properties of
glades was well under this :
way man of the 'joint. local committee, tured the first pugilistic offeringsin
awine. 36. __ week as the shipments passed the said they would'be explained at the the new arena here Tuesday the Southern Sugar company in the
E. L Stewart 26 and W. G. Everglades will be held in LaBelle
1100 car mark. Most of the produce
Jacksonville meeting. ,State officers night. Earl Dyess 60, of LaBelle;
Prewitt. 50. shipped from the Lake Okeechobee of Rotary. Kiwanis. Lions. Exchange Halston Avant 135 of Clewiston, Monday. at 'noon. when Circuit
J. 'E Beardsley 50. and Jack Bar- George Whitehurst will
region of the Everglades was com- Judge
: Civltan and Optimist clubs Lionel Daughtrey 148 also of Moore
rett. 20- hear bids for the properties. No intimation
posed of green string beans. with a ; in Florida were asked to attend. Haven scored knock 'outs over their -
J. J. Harrington 20. and Kit quantity of green corn and English I opponents. A heavyweight negro has been made of any oth-

Bowden. 34. peas adding to the variety of pro- bout also ended in a knock out. er interest bidding on the property.
C- V. Parkinson 40, and HL.. duce moving from this section to other than the re-organization
A card of nine contests
boxing
Lapp, 48. northern markets. DISTRICT STOPPED group. under the direction of Clar-
E. E. Kelly. 36 and C. J. Lov- had been arranged for the evening ence R- Bitting, president of the
There are more than 1000 >acres and was attended by 'a crowded gal-
vorn 28. reorganization manager, Bitting,
of English peas planted in the Ever- FROM ACCEPTING
the
lery opening night.
on
A. L. Hackett, 26, and T. B. Shelly I Inc. The reorganization group will
3 glades. Prices for the ,peas have '
14. Eric Boe and Bobby Hare staged submit a bid for the property.
H. A. Bestor 50. and H. R. Hall varied between, $3.25 and $5.10 per the most colorful match of the pro- Since beginning reconditioning of
hamper, BONDS FOR TAXESTEMPORARY
30. gram as these two 114 pound fighters the mill and property here some

Troy .Puryear. 36. and Paul Deam. Green corn shipped from ,the clashed for ring supremacy. The weeks ago the reorganization group
44. Everglades this ,season reached decision was awarded to Boe after has advanced funds to carry on the

... E. Fontaine 34. and J. M. Couse northern markets earlier than at :: INJUNCTION FILED four rounds of fast fighting and permanent work. Just ,how much
any previous year. The first solid AGAINST EVERGLADES hard hitting. Hare knocked to
'" :\ 50. was money has been advanced by the reorganization -
qdJ. car to be moved this year was ship- DRAINAGE BOARD the floor five times in the bout but has not' been made

I ', /( ped from Pahokee by Frank Friend; each time gained his feet and came public-

County Gets Credit the price: received for this corn was The Everglades Drainage Districthas back with gloves flying in the last After the sale is held and the
$2.50 a crate. A later car lot ship- been round Boe was forced to the floor
restrained by the United turned
sugar company officially
I Of $1633 From GasThe ment was reported as having States circuit ,court ,of appeals in for a count of seven. over to the new company. a meet-

brought 3.25 New Orleans, from accepting dis- In the finals Lionel Daughtrey. ing of the board of directors of the
first money to be distributed -' String beans one of the most trict bonds in payment of taxes. iron fisted fighter from Moore Haven. United 'States Sugar corporationwill

to the counties of Florida under staple of winter vegetables have hada The order is a' temporary restrain- was matched against Jimmy be held the following day.

t t the gasoline tax allocation of 1931 reduction in price netted to the ing order issued ,in a suit broughtby Lee who substituted for Johnnie Those who compose the board of

was made early this week when growers. but the Increasing volume Rorick and Company, ,of Toledo. Mathis. Mathis was forced to keep directors of the United States Sugar -

Comptroller Ernest Amos paid shipped this season Is bringing and ether bondhouses. who hold out of the ring on account of a corporation are: CS.. Mott,

$699,590.80 to the state treasurerto money into the section. bonds ot the, district. The suit has broken hand and young Lee who Clarence R. Bitting, Frank L. Al-

be apportioned to the counties' Corn was planted primarily as a been pending since shortly after the (Continued on page 10) len. Howard Selby. Forrest P. Tral-

credit in the treasury according to wind-break between rows of beans Florida legislature last spring pass- les, H S. Covington. W. C Douglas.

the population. Hendry county received and has proved successful. ed an act authorizing; the districtto Harold B. Reed. George M. Myers.J. .

t ; credit for $1,663.91., accept bonds as tax payments. Tariff Rates Affect H. Roberts and N. F. Russell.An .
WEATHER REPORT
! s The money to be distributed is The district has already received announcement of interest to

placed to the county's credit at Tal- Clewiston about 250.000 worth of bonds as Glades VegetablesPresident the Everglades will be made after

lahassee and will be used by the Day Max. Min. Rain I tax payments. $200.000 of this hav- the first meeting of the board of

\, treasury to retire bonds of the var- Monday............... 82 70 ing been paid only recently by the I directors of the new company.
ious counties. The funds were de- Tuesday............. '82 62 Southern Sugar company The board Hoover yesterday approved '

in July August. September and Wednesday......... 83 59 has $9,000,000 worth of bonds out- tariff increases on two com-I

October. Thursday........... 81 66 standing and has defaulted on payments modities and decreases on five oth- Hurt As Cycle -

Further distribution according to Friday.........;....... .82 71 .02 due January of this year. ers. lOne

the amounts paid b ythe counties in Saturday __.........: 82 70 The group of bondholders Is attempting The Increases, recommended by Skids On Wet RoadFloyd

construction of roads now a part of Sunday ................ 82 71 to raise the tax rate of; the tariff commission and effectiveJan. ,
the state highway system will be the district to take care of bond 1. 1932 were on McKay sewed

made at a later date. as soon as the WEATHER REPORT payments. it is said.A shoes and fresh green peas. The Mountain, 21 of Clewistonwas

exact figures can be determined. I Miami Locks hearing will be held in New duty on shoes was increased from reported yesterday as rapidly
Orleans on the 16th of January to 20 percent advalorem to 30 percent recovering from injuries received
Day Max. Min. RainMonday '
decide whether this Injunction shall rais- Tuesday night when his motorcycle
to Raise Own ._..........__.. 84 66 I advalorem. The peas levy was :
Legion be made permanent and to settle skidded! on a wet highway near
ed from 3 to 3.9 cents per pound. j
Tuesday u___......... 85 67 I '! 'after the
other points of the ,suit. The decreases approved were on. Belle Glade. Immediately
j(i Wednesday......... 78 67
Christmas Revenue It was stated in the offices of the window glass. turned shoes. crudefeldspar accident occurred Mountain wasi
! Thursday .......... .. 76 65 I
-- i hospital -
district in West Palm Beach that and .i taken to the Good Samaritan
egg
'I Friday................. 82 67 green peppers for treatment -
) Funds derived from the dramatic several other large property ownersin plants. The crude felspar tariff was in West Palm Beach
l q ;. Saturday............. 85 68I II his injuries
the district had Indicated their 50 cents I The extent of
to
to be given here by lowered from $1 per
performance
':.I I Sunday............... 85 68WEATHER ascertained
. the Ham club will be used for gent -I intentions of immediately paying ton; cylinder crown and sheet glass I!I could not be definitely
eral welfare work of the American their taxes with bonds had the in- decreased by 25 percent; turned I upon first examination. but it Is be-

Legion. Post Commander W. C. REPORT junction not been Issued. shoes. decreased from 20 to '10 per-I.I lieved that no internal Injuries will

t Owen announced this week. The an- South Bay cent; fresh green peppers. 3 to 2.5 I ,III,: develop '. _
nual Christmas fund raised by the Day llax.l1n.:: Rain cents per pound and eggplant, 3 toj 1!i According to- witnesses who saw

legion post each year will be pro- Monday ............___. 82 56 Road Department to 1-1-2 cents per pound. No changeswere j'the machine skid on the road.

; vided by local subscriptions this:, Tuesday............... 82 64 made In rates on fresh toma-!|Mountain' was not travelling at a

I year, in much the same manner as Wednesday......... 80 64 Enforce Weight Law toes and green snap beans, this because -fast I rate when the accident occur-

"'. has been the custom of the post. I| Thursday........... 82 62 of the Mexican currency situ- I red. Severe cuts about the face and

Members of the dramatic organization -'Fiiday, .................. 84 64 .05 Tallahassee. Dec. 3.Enforcement ation. body were sustained and a loss of
are to begin active practice j(Saturday .............. 84 64 cucumbers blood resulting from the accident.
of laws intended to protect The existing rates on
next week on their new presentation"The Sunday............... 84 64 and pineappleswere
'I state highways and bridges against lima beans. okra TO
If Ghost Bird," a four act mys- General average rainfall for week overloads will be taken over by the left undisturbed because of the ALL PARENTS REQUESTED'

k tery-comedy drama. The play will I 0.01 inches. state road department early in December abnormality of the cost periods or ATTEND NEXT ,P-T. A. MEETING
be directed by Mrs. G. O. Wallace General rainfall, to date during ---.-
\\1 I average It was announced at the the difference in the seasons
''J who supervised the production of 34.70 inches. road department by Chairman Rob- which the domestic and the foreign The Clewiston Parent-Teachers
! the Sugailand minstrel here recently ert W. Bentley this morning. products are produced and marketed. association will hold its December
MRS. HOOKS IMPROVED meeting next Thursday' evening October -
"For a long time the departmenthas
TAX :MONEY: RECEIVED 10th at the school building. It
desired to have this enforce-
i With recent tax payments receiv- Word was received here yester- ment in its hands. but not until recently PLANTING TOMATOEST. is hoped that all fathers and mo-
f ed during the past few days and sub- day from Arcadia that Mrs. W. W. has the way been found." thers and friends of the school will

stantial revenue expected in a short Hooks Is satisfactorily recovering said Bentley. "Attorney Genera' V. Watson vegetable grower be present."If

time from land companies owning; from her recent sever heart attack. Landis has pointed out that while I and buyer ,of Talladega. Alabama. you are interested in the
large tracts in Hendry county, the i Mrs. Hooks was taken to the Arcadia the department has the right to Inspect and W. C. Hooker, Clewiston! planter school please come to 'the meeting

school officials are expecting to have hospital Sunday afternoon and and weigh any truck or bus.. started this week' to plant a next Thursday evening. whether you
all outstanding debts paid in full by I was placed under the care of Dr. to determine the gross load. the de quantity of tomatoes on farm lands are a member of the association. or

\ 'k1 tr the first of the new year. 'D. L. McSwain- (Continued on pag 2) near Clewiston. not. the announcement says'O

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TUB CLEWI8TON NEWS MERCHANTS SET: THE PACE 1 I I tends to lower his own efficiency he tells us they're getting a bum

and frequently that of his fellow deal. Well, what of it ain't all the Everglades Mecca

Published every Friday in Clewlston, Merchants set the pace for com-I I workman. rest of us? If the government really

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS. munity progress. No I It is easy for a business man I wants to do something for 'em. why For Arcadia Men

Inc. or can be, more aggressive than its!: to see that, his employees should Ii not give 'em a BLANKET contract.

merchants. All over this country,i i i come to work in a healthy condi-': And Mr. Drane says some naughty

Entered as second class matter. particularly in Florida there are i! tion. But :if health Is something that,bootleggers have been sellin' 'em The town has been woefully short

February 1. 1927 at the Post Officeat smaller towns that are not making: any man owes to his Job, how much moonshine. So that accounts for the on man-power during the past two \

Clewiston, Florida, under the Act the progress they should and could; i 4! more is it his duty to keep him-j much advertised Seminole Corn i weeks or so, with the hunting sea-

of March 3, 1897. they not only do not attract outside:: self fit when his job is that of an'Ii I! Dance. Well what does Mr. Drane son on and many of the town's men
in the woods after
trade but they cannot even hold the:'i executive. If he comes to business want the bootleggers to do, GIVE the festive deer

A newspaper devoted to the best local business. On the other hand.'i nervous and irritable because hej j!IT AWAY FREE? and the restive turkey. So many

Interests of Hendry County, Florida. parties have been out. large and
there ale small towns that are has not taken proper care of him r
small that it has been
I
Its leading: newspaper. steadily forging ahead; they hold self, he is not playing fair with his I Impossibleto

the home trade and are drawing'employees, his business or himself. Sunday I! Set Apart As make a check-up to learn what
success each one had, but all report
I
Subscription rate: per year$2.00 patronage from surrounding towns! Moreover. he is cheating himself out I '

Outside of State of Florida ......$2.50 and cities. i Hof the job which comes from the I; Universal Bible Day that the sport has been fine and
that there of both deer
'' full exercise of vigorous mind in a I are plenty
Wherein lies the difference?
vigorous and turkeys this year.
body.
Advertising rates furnished on ap- Largely< if not solely in the mer-I' I I
plication. chant.:: Unprogressive merchantsmean .It is not necessary to be a health TALLAHASSEE December 2.- Positive evidence of a successful

decadence of their crank. but only to appraise health J Governor Doyle E. Carlton urges hunt was exhibited Saturday

ties- Lack of initiative and communi-I'lat its full value and to increase and I I the observance of Universal Bible afternoon by a party of three, who

Business office Clewlston News 1! conserve it il went to the Big Cypress Wednesday -
: the part of merchants spells loss of i as conscientiously as :Sunday on next Sunday, December

Clewiston Florida. Editorial and I trade, which leads to discouragement -}! it were a more tangible form ol 6, by the churches of Florida. and came back Saturday with
wealth. their decorated with
Advertising, same. and retrogression. I The American Bible Society, an car beautifully
evidence of their The
prowess.
live, wide-awake interdenominational agency 'engaged -
However'i' "TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY"By I party was composed of R. E. Moye,
Telephone 339 to try new methods of in the circulating of the Scriptures -

I sistently and perservermgly; .adver-I Russell Kay and which last year put Into John Scott and Curt Williams.

tising Intelligently and consistently, They're talking about another I distribution over twelve million They staged a parade which'

CANE GRINDING AGAIN attract and hold trade. By their enthusiasm "Eisteddfod" (you pronounce it) at ;volumes of Scriptures in two hundred they were amply justified in doing

and optimism. they inspire Lake Wales. You know an "Eis i and eighty-five languages, has -with a big buck deer hanging to

That the state of Florida is their communities, create good will teddfod" (alright look in your old promoted Universal Bible Sunday each side of the car a festoon of

watching Clewiston with eager eyes and civic pride, which go to make a dictionary, and see if I care) is some I over a decade. Each year an increasing two turkeys ornamenting one cor-

may be seen by the following ex- progressive, growing town. kind of a Welsh' song service. But i number of churches in ner ot'the windshield frame and

pression given editorially in yester- No, the fate of smaller towns is it seems that some folks are afraid ,America and in foreign lands unitein another of three turkeys on the

day's issue of the Tampa Morning not hanging in the balance. Never the expense attached to it might I the observance of Universal Bible other side of the car. It Is

Tribune. before were there better opportunities bring out a discordant NOTE, so Sunday in order to remind agreed that anybody who would not

Announcement that the Southern for the advancement of the they want to Welsh on it this year. I'church-goers of the important place want to show a bag of game like

Sugar Is to resume small town. The public cares not In that case this year's Eisteddfod"will I the Bible holds In the development that simply would not be human.
company opera-
be a kind of a Frozen Asset. of Christian life and character. Arcadian.
tions at Clewiston with 3500 em- where it trades, in cities large or i

ploye3 is gratifying If true. The small; it buys where it is best serv- And it seems we are approachingthe I In commending on Universal PAYS.'

which has throughthe edIf merchants in the smaller 200th Anniversary of George i Bible Sunday Gov. Carlton says: IT
company. gone
Washington and the Bi-Centennial
trade centers can offer better bargains "Universal Bible Sunday once a
throes of receivership, is reported i
Committee wants everybody to planta offers the various denominations -
.
to have paid its taxes and other superior service and greater I i year Be kind to all dumb animals
Memorial Tree. First they were and thousands of churches
an
welcome will draw business
they the -
obligations and in readiness to
And give the birds a crumb;
gonna have all throw dollar
us a to Bible read-
opportunity
grind cane. The reorganization. it is no matter how small their encourage
Be kind to human beings, too.
across the Patomac, but so few folks ing on the part of millions of peo
community may be. Aggressivenes,
stated involves the expenditure of For some of them are dumb.
$250.000 in reconditioning the initiative, business acumen honest had a dollar they had to give that I ple. The Bible has made history as
prop-
erties and getting the machinery in I goods, power and means of appeal up. Then they figured they might i jno other book and he who Increases -
get up a big excursion and cross its circulation and to make'I'
shape for operation. The big mil are not confined to large centers of I use

at Clewiston has a capacity of 4000 I population. They can be exercised I the Delaware, but that idea wasn'tso history of which any nation may be
hot either, as the bank? on both "
in and if used will 'I' proud.
place rightly
tons a day and it Is contemplatedthat any
sides would be SERVICE
closed SAME
probably on
bring results. The larger cities get
five months will be required to
account of its national holi-
grind the available supply of cane. i the trade merely because the mer- being a SYMPATHY NEW LOCATION
day or for the protection of the I
chants make greater use of print- "I went to a fortune teller's last
We have
always believed this
enterprise Depositors or something so now all
er's ink and up-to-date salesman- ,week."
to be practical and that it! we can do is plant a tree. In other Nolon B. Conner, formerly located -
,
ship.--Haines City Herald. "Yes; what did he say?
could be made profitable. Financial I words TREE cheers for George in the Civic Center Barber -
He looked In hand.
"Nothing. my
difficulties halted the progress of Washington. Shop, may now be found at
the Industry. If adequate financial "NOT BY BREAD ALONE" coughed, and then gave me my SHORTY MUSGRAVES Barber
And Florida is to have a wow of back."
arrangements have now been made, money in theALSTOX
By. Judge John W- Dodge an exhibit at the Century of Prog- Shop --
we expect to see Clewiston again
Winter again approaches. Flori- ress in Chicago in 1933. The Gov- J "ALIBI IKE" BlUILDING
take Its place industrial
as an important -
point The section can da is basking in the sunshine. But, ernor wanted to do it up Brown Policeman: "How did you come Where the Same Efficient

duce all the cane required, if pro-the there are millions of destitute hun- so he selected the Mayor of DeLand to get that jar of honey?" Service May be Had

and brain fatigued as chairman of the Exhibit Committee. "Well. I admit I don't
machinery can be operated to c.n- gry, weary Tramp:
vert It Into sugar, Americans who are merely existingin Looks like Florida was out to keep no bees; but what's to stopa Nolon B. Conner

other parts of our great na- get her share'of the Chicago PINE- fellow squeezing it out of the

tion. APPLE trade. But we gotta pay the flowers himself?"

Only 17 More Shopping Days I Commission whether they make the
I "Man does not live by bread I
Before ChristmasA sale or not.

alone." said the Man of Men centuries . . . . . . .......... ....................................................... .......
I And maybe Flagler Beach didn't ................................................................................... .... . . . . .
Our leaders
ago. our people, 6 .
BUSINESS PROPOSITION I throw out her little
Community
heeded not the wisdom of those
words. They scrambled after gold Chest when she found that the guy Couch Turbine Pumps ?

(Continued from page one) who dropped in on her was Mrs.
and money-they worshipped the 'l

house building Is the key-log is the feet of Mammon-today they are Lindbergh's little boy Charlie. And for

business Jam. They may be right weary, wilted worn and without! Mr. Rockafellow invited Charlie to

about that. Assuredly a general revival work real worth. come and have church with him at iI
or
and
in house construction would I Drmond, but Charlie replied he was Economical Drainage Irrigation :
The nation is sick-it Is lacking
provide employment for men in all I having a good DIME'where he was. .
true nourishment-it is weak, both ,
the building trades. It would' stimulate \nd now, tome enterprising Cham-
in body, mind and spIrit. Only the
sales of furniture and furnish- I ber of Commerce secretary can Geo. W. Fowler Inc.established .
spirit quickeneth. There is now no ,
ings of all kinds. It would put many point out the advantages of our I
spirit. Brains are befuddled. Banks II
millions of dollars of hoarded money ; Florida fogs. FOGoodness Sake. 1904
are bursting. Confidence is
Into circulation and that, of course ed. Credit is out to the crush-I' And if we build all the racetracks I MACHINE SHOP SALES REPAIRS .

would benefit everybody. ; we've been talking about and I Phone SiC'J West Palm Bench Fla. }
cash. Men are menials. Property has .0.
"But the for it will turn out 1 .
average citizen cannot yoUng probably )
afford to build now for altruistic no and price slaves nor cannot pm :hasing:: even serve.power.There'is Serfs;; to be RACE SUICIDE for a lot of :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.

reasons only. He must be convincedthat wealth but .we lack health. I I the; promoters. Anyhow, we oughtto ... ---- .-.-
In this helping of others he will have a nice little Dog and Pony
President Hoover, in recent
also help himself by making the; a show; down here this winter. and if
I message: to recreation workers now, f
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soundest possible investment and Florida goes to the DOGS. well
. seeming to begin to realize the condition -'
one that will prove profitable. that'll just be a horse on somebody
of our nation said: "All
"In the news columns and in the else But the BIG race will be theJOVERNOR'S
agencies which help to build health I
advertisements in DERBY.
the
daily papers BUILDERS
and character are especially
-and In all sorts of publications thereis According to Colonel Youngberg
sary in these days, and merit neces-I
the absolute proof that lumber hearted and generous we can build a nice little ship canal

and most other kinds of building across the state of Florida for
Florida has houses. homes and
material may be bought very much around two hundred million dollars.
hotels-it has sunshine and health I I WANT.EIJ
cheaper now than for many years has And then we'd have a lot of fun
-it outdoor recreations, sports.
past. The quotations approximate .standing on'the bank and watching
and all the beauties of nature--itj.
pre-war prices. That Is an established that beautiful BOND ISSUE float-
has fish-filled streams flowing waters -
fact, and not just somebody's ed. Well don't somebody write \,'.
: blowing breezes, tropical trees,i why )I :'' :-
opinion., ':a letter to Santa Claus. Sure 'a cross, "':., ; ,: : ,. =
green grasses, bathing beaches i I
"Real estate dealers and private state canal would be swell and I'm1!
sandy shores. limped lakes crystal

owners offer building sites at astonishingly -I" currents, pounds and mounds birds,. for it, but let's wait until after .

low prices and on pay- and fish, bass and trout tarpon and Christmas anyhow. I Substantial inducements '

ment terms most advantageous to turtles, fields, and flowers; it is a.I And the jack you get with your are ;
purchasers. automobile raise the car. but
may
land of beautiful streams where life

"Architects and contractors are is of heavenly dreams.It Mr. McLin reminds us that it's up I offered relieve the acute
to RAISE the JACK for a to
eager bidders for business at very is God's creation for man's rec- to us

reasonable margins of profit. reation; it Is physical health which new tag, and It's gonna be harder

"It Is a buyer's market and now. makes us know how to enjoy and; to raise this year than It was last. housing shortage now prevailing -
And it seems that if you don't buy
certainly. Is the time to take ad- use all other wealth; it is not only a .

vantage of It by contracting for land of bread and meat, but it is your tag, our poor school teachers
your won't salary and all work Clewiston
get in
any
home at rock bottom prices which also a people of character courage
will make JACK a dull
and
no
pay
probably will not again prevail for; and spirit.
boy. And if you don't get your new
many years. if ever.
I DID YOU EVER. STOP TO THINKBy tag before February 1st, you can

"Whether you take the money go to jail and pay twenty-five per

from a bank account or borrow it. Edson R. Waite cent additional and let that be a
,..
the saving of 25 j
or 30
percent of
Shawnee, Oklahoma LESSON to you.

1929 costs makes your home building .- Good health is something you owe And one of the biggest troubles .

now a. most excellent investment to your daily work, says Charles C- with the country today seems to be THE

That is the purely business I Small president of the AmericanIce that the UED, WHITE and BLUEain't

argument which takes no account of to be. A lot of
Company. The value of healthin what it used
tho pride of ownership or of the in- business folks can't anything but the .
is universally concededin see CLEW IS TON COMPANYPHONE
tangible values
of comfort and I :
security principle but too often ignoredin RED and another crowd can't see

In permanent possession. practice. We realize that it is an anything but the BLUE while the I ,

"No high pressure salesmanship 1 asset in the race for success and Prohibitionists have taken all the 102

woUld be necessary to induce the then neglect to do what is necessaryto rest for WHITE ribbons. What few I!
CLEWISTOX. FLORIDA
man or woman who wants a hometo secure and maintain this asset. real Americans we have left can I ADMINISTRATION BUILDING '

build now If the undertaking be Any employer knows that a workman hitch their wagon to a STAR.

at all possible. The real advantagesand or clerk is of maximum value Congressman Drane has been wad- I i

substantial inducements are only when he is in good physical ing around in the Everglades, get- .'

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I R made a business visit to Clewiston HOSTESS TO CLUB! frsn.

8 Personal MentionAndrew B Monday. r-- -Mrs. J. was hostess to I I Tomatoes for Thrift :

'
w the* Clewiston Social club at her
IC. -t-:( Miss Kathryn Cooper arrived in
week to hers and guests present were Mrs.I !
Clewiston last accept a position .
Beery and J. V. Lofton with the Southern'Sugar com- Dave Alston. Mrs. W. CHoker, Mrs.. -., 1 1l
were week end visitors to Miami. oJ. K Mowry Mrs. J. Allhands, Mrs.
pany.J. J. R.; Alston, Mrs. T. Shelley, Mrs.!

F. M. Wright 'Mrs. E. Stewart. Mrs- -
Phil Peterson was a week end visitor B. Fryermuth district commer-
in Miami. W. C. Owen, Mrs. M. Bigg and Mrs.B. .
cial of the Western Union.
manager A. Bourne. Refreshments of!
Jacksonville.was in Clewiston i i iI iI iI
of
pineapple and
pie chocolate milk
Jay W. Moran and H. Hanover last week on an inspection tour. served.
were .
spent the past week end in Miami. r 7 ;:

Miss Joy Willingham." Miss Cecile MISS MARION HUMM HONOR ..6i4t'1 .
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Adams were Yoder, and L W. Swindle. R. L. GUEST AT PARTY SATURDAY .

Sunday visitors in Miami. Golden, Walker Nail and Leon _
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Cothern attended 'the fights in -
Miss Margie Harvel entertainedat

E. L. Ley of Ft. Myers was in Clewiston Tuesday night. bridge and dancing. at her homeon \ g' f

Clewiston on business last week. Crescent Drive on Saturday ; Zr4.

The many friends of Mrs. W. W. evening honoring her guest Miss. _

:i=Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Alston spent Hooks will be' pleased to learn that Marion Humm of Miami. Guests v

yesterday in .West Palm Beach on she is recovering rapidly at;/ the I present were Evelyn Hare, Betty:

business. Arcadia hospital. where she' was I'Spicer. Mae Lily Stone, Mary Bush,

taken last Sunday.W. j Marion Humm. Bobby Hare. Dick

L. .M. Gravely of LaBelle, attended [r Hooks. Laddie Wallace and Tommy I I II

the fights in Clewiston Tuesday P. Stuart of Bradenton and G.I I and George Hooks. Prizes awarded'to I I HOUSEWIVES who liar been Even for breakfast, tomatoesare

night. B. Clinch of Tampa representatives i Dick Hooks and Marion Humm. 1 their shelves uefal. In making.an eight-

r-- of the Gulf Refining company. spent I)' I with canned tomatoes, in these egg omelet, two cups of tomatoes

George F. Moring of Gainesville several days of the past week' in, MOCCASIN BITES MAN THREE days when solid pack tomatoes of drained and poured into the
Clewiston on business. fancy grade coat little less than beaten eggs add to the flavor, and
arrived here recently. Mr. Moring TIMES IN FAST SUCCESSIONJ.
used to pay"for the other the
one juice drained from them is a _.
is an employe of the U. S. engineers I trades, will find ample use for delectable morning drink. A tasty
\ Mr. and Mrs. W. M.Redelsheimerand W. Whidden. of Citrus Center,I. them in summer dishes even luncheon dish is Frozen Tomato

W. S .Cowart of Deland. has arrived song Billy, spent the week end received three snake bites in rapid though they serve' fresh tomatoes Salad which is especially good

1 in Clewiston to accept a posi- in Miami. Mrs. Redelsheimer and succesion Tuesday afternoon about generously. You can probably get served with thin toasted cheese

i tion with the U. engineers.. Billy remained for an indefinite visit two o'clock while working at a I. more different dishes from tomatoes wafers. Potato salad in tomato
t\ with friends. Mr. Redelsheimer pump In the Whidden pasture near than any: other one vegetable aspic is also a nourishing W

Ezelle' returned Sunday night. Citrus Center. He was brought in to excepting potatoes. And summer tempting noonday dish.
I -i\ Miss Ava of Alva. was in tomato dishes are very different
Doctor Draughn by his brother. *
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from winter .
Clewiston Thursday visiting her one*
I : brother. Dr. J\ W. Ezelle. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Allhands left Commissioner J- H. Whidden who For example chilled tomato Cold and Colorful

: / Clewiston Monday for Ft. Myers. was with him at the time -Moore soups should be. served often on
Here is a new tomato delicacyyou
where they will spend several Haven Democrat. the summer menu because while
Mrs. Walter Charley of Milwaukee will like: :9'Frappid'
months. Mr. and Mrs. Allhands have they are a delicacy as far as taste
is expected to arrive some time 'Is the vitamins Toswrtoe
i been residents of Clewiston for the concerned they *:, Remove the
: this week to join Mr. Charley. contain are a real essential to paper from 'an S-ounce eau'Ot

I past six years. I Year's Baseball Hero I health. Tomato bisques 'are also tomato sauce and immerse in: a
excellent for a first course of mixture of lee and salt for four
Gilbert R. Fields of the U. S- engineers '
s II Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tippey and meals consisting of cold meats and hours (or freeze in your automatic -
d is expecting Mrs. Fields to daughter. Frances. have returnedto salads. And tomato cocktails bid refrigerator). Remove top

'..f t join him here in the near future. Clewiston after an absence of fair to be more popular than ever from can and slice the frozen'

I three months. Dirand Mrs. Tippey 1 this summer, since so many new mold. Slice thin and lay in beds

: I Fred and Douglas Puryear of and Frances have been visiting recipes have been devised for of shredded lettuce. Serve with

r f Sarasota. stopped over in ,Clewiston; friends and relatives in Kansas City,I concocting them. the meat course.

I recently on a visit to Miami. Mo.

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iston last week after a few days in Belle Glade Y -
r Thanksgiving dance ;p Il
,1.' spent. in Orlando on busines. were Misses Jamye Williams. Eliza- I.

, beth West Kathryn Deam, Elsie -

J. T. Nowling spent the past week Hare and Frances Munroe and I IT IS THE RULE -
end in West Palm Beach visiting his MessrsJimmie Wolfe Herbert

t ",: son. Dr. J. N. Nowling. Blate, Andrew Beery.. A. L. Hackett,

'' Van Cothern. Campbell Nail. Jack AND NOT THE EXCEPTION -I
rL i
I;; Mr. and MrsJ.. E. Frierson of Baker, Beder Nall. Harvey Guthrie

Moore Haven, were visitors here and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer. ..

Wednesday. .

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Mr. and Mrs. I. ,M. Pafford spent MISS MARGIE HARVEL HOSTESS
J THE UNANIMOUS PRAISE OF OUR GUESTS ON THE '
'.." the week end in Miami visiting .
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.. friends. SUPERIOR TYPE OF SERVJCE FOUND AT THE CLEW-
Miss Margie Harvel entertained a
i ISTON INN IS THE RULE RATHER THAN THE EXCEP- g
number of her friends at her home
Miss Bonciel Stone and Casey TION.
Several tablesof
:Thursday evening. Robert "Lefty" Grove
Jones motored to West Palm Beach
cards were in lay during the eve- .
Saturday night.R. ning. Those present included Miss NOW that the World Series is

Marion Humm, of Miami, Miss Evelyn the Hot Stove Leaguecan
L. Eve, Jr.. of Jacksonville. settle down to a hard winter'swork PEOPLE COMING TO CLEWISTON APPRECIATE THE I!
Hare and Laddie Wallace, Al-
was a recent business visitor in of revising records broken by i INVIGORATING BREEZES THAT FLOAT INTO THE INN
don Wallace and Phillip Peterson.
Clewiston. the tall, wiry young Philadelphia FROM LAKE OKEECHOBEE AND THE EXCELLENT
Athletics pitcher from Lonaconing, !Ii
r-- RIDGE VISITORS SEECLEWISTON Md.-"Lefty" Grove. APPOINTMENTS OF THE INN MAXE IT THE IDEAL
F. L. Williamson has returned to
POSSIBILITYH. The biggest record to go by the PLACE TO RESIDE. .
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Clay Center. Kansas. after a months
- boards this season is "Smoky" Joe : : .
., : '
I, business visit in Clewiston. E. White steel sales managerof Wood's percentage record of, .872 "'' ,. .5. .., .

''l Tampa, M. Kahn. Sebring mer- made when he won 34 games for !
R. L. Murray of Ft. Myers transacted chant and C. H. Satterwhite. architect Boston and lost 5 in 1912. Grove's ; ..

f. business in Clewiston this of Sebring were in Clewiston percentage, with 31. wins and 4
is 885. But the cracker-box
week. losses
( Thursday looking over the terri- will discover many other new I -
I ----- sages THE CLEWISTON\ : INNOn
with view to
tax tory a building a number high marks. The tall Marylander Is -
I' J. L Taylor Hendry county
t of bungalows here. These men the first pitcher in history to lead

'" collector ,of LaBelle. was a business were well pleased with the business both leagues In percentages for The Shore of Lake Okeechobee
,f' visitor here Wednesday. Iii
opportunities to be found here and three years in succession. His

\ expressed an opinion that Clewiston three year average Is .834, which is

1 ,' Robert Shannon. engineer of the has a better future immediately be- the highest three year average
: Kelvinator company. of West Palm fore it than any other town of simi- ever made in the big leagues. It

1 Beach, was in' Clewiston Saturday liar size in the state. took three pitchers to set the 1911. :-:N:N:NNNNNN:N'N N'N N.N N: N N:NN:N:NN:NNNN:..: :...rr :..N N NON N:N:-:N:N:..:..:.-:N:-.:NNN'NHL .
i on business. 1913 record of .825.
Grove has won more games In a
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L. Lewis. representative of the season than any left-hander in )\ j; f r:ft 4 J
WITH BRIDGEMrs. baseball history. Other "notable
I'I'w. Allison company. of New I performances" with which he Is

arrived in Clewiston recentlyfor J. R. Alston entertained with I credited include that of strikingout
I the season. five batters with 17 pitched
a bridge party. Saturday afternoon
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balls In a game between the Ath- OPENING SPECIALS
in honor of Miss Margie Harvel and
! H. E. Edmonson left Clewiston letics and Cleveland, Aug. 22, 1928.
'\ this week for Summitt Miss, Mr. her house guest. :Miss Marion He pitched 14 clean strikes, a foul,
in Humm. -of Miami. Guests present baH and another strike. .
Edmondson plans to return later a -- --
, '.1 were Miss Mary Bush. Miss Betty No one would be more fatiguedby
the season.
Spicer. Miss Evelyn Hare, Miss I such statistics than Robert
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Mary Louise Oglesby and Miss Mae Grove. The man who has taken his
:W. R- Grantham returned to Lily Stone. Delightful refreshmentsof place with Young, Alexander, Introducing: ourselves to
Clewltfton Friday from avisit with Matthewson, Johnson and
and caKe served. Miss Walsh,
I relatives in Everglades Thanksgiving Betty punch Spicer held high were score and other: historic pitchers talks freelyon the people of Clewistonas
day. two subjects-cigars and hunt-
r Miss Mary Louise Oglesby received other
ing. Like many prosperous and
H. L. Lapp, manager of the Florida consolation prize. Mrs. Alston was young men Grove prides himself on ,quality price
at Pa'i assisted by Mrs. W. S. Harvel and his connoisseurshIp of. fragrant
!, Power & Light company -
I J i hokee was a business visitor here Mrs. C. McDonald.. Havana cigars; like many of his leaders,
colleagues on the diamond he keepsan
last Friday
'
' THIRTEEN NAMED ON arsenal of hunting equipmentand
the winter trampingthe
: \ Miss Marion Humm of Miami, RIVERS, HARBORS GROUP hills spends after game.MEN'S Every article in the store is now priced

spent the Thanksgiving holidays in
Carlton
\ Clewiston as the guest of Miss Governor yesterday an- at "under the market" prices.

i \ Margie Harv l. nounced appointment of 13 personsto .

represent Florida at a national -

' I Mr. and Mrs. G. Wallace and conference on rivers and harbors in
family have moved into the house Washington, Dec. 8 and 9. FALL CLOTHING '
'I' Come In See and You Will BuyFAILING
I recently vacated by the J. G. All Florida's delegates will be: PhilipG. ,

hands family. Murphy, Tampa; Walter F. MADE MEASURE SUITS
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Coachman jr., Gilbert A. Youngberg.
Mr. L. E. Cook with a full line p' m:!
1 Miss Elsie Hare and Van Coth- Harry H. Buckman. George W.
of all-wool fabrics in a price
ern spent Sunday afternoon in Parkhill. W. T. Edwards and 5um-
\ Moore Haven visiting Mrs. Cora ter L. Lowry. jr., all cf Jackson range of $18.50 to $S9.O will
be at the Clewiston Inn for a W. H
\ Cothern. vine; Harry C. Culbreath. Tampa; week.

E. W. Bailey, Fernandina; W. P.

L. Frank Hancock of West Palm Franklin! ,- Fort' Myers; R. &..:Patter- HAY BUILDING. CLEWISTON, FLA.

( Beach, arrived here recently. Mr.y *:)n. Pensacola; A. F. Knott, Yan- Come Look Them Over .6,

Hancock has accepted a position keetown. and Mrs F.: R. Phillips; .. '
with the Clewiston Supply Co. Tallahassee. :': .' .tKl- : ;,-- ._,::_ : :.ft;;
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boys and four girls. er of the car ahead must be a. teacher -
Two Indian Songs-Five girls. I had last year. 'unbap cooIieon
.The Indian Home-Four boys. George H. What makes you

I THE BLUE and WHIT CJ-1 Three act play Story of Pilgrims. think so? .
:5W What Thanksgiving brings-Margaiet .- WIlliam-Well she is Just aboutas .a '

Waldron and Mary Turner. stubborn about letting me pass. \

What November Brings-Betty FOR DECEMBER 6. 1931 ...
Dunty.. Miss Morgan-Lily Merle use the
Editorial Staff I PRINCIPAL THANKS: P.-T. A. Giving Thanks .- Zelda Smith, word despair in a sentence. SUBJECT: Rome and Beyond-

Editor in Chief Mary Louise Oglesby: FOU ITS OPERATION Virginia Caldwell and Hozel Whid- Lily Merle-When you get. a flat GOLDEN TEXT: "I have foughta
Assistant Editor ...... llauson Avaut.I -.-- tire. put on de spare. good fight I have finished my
Assistant.Editor. ..:. Mae Lily Stone (Bj M. G. LANGFORD) den.How to Thank-June Hooker. o course. I have kept the faith." 2

Sports Editor ........ Richard Bestor The Clewiston Parent-Teachers Thanksgiving song by the class. Timothy 4:7.LESSON .
.............. Hare CLEWISTON SCHOOL RAISES
Editor Evelyn I
Sports association has accomplished marvelous Mr. Langford also 'gave a short TEXT: 2 Timothy 4: 6-
Humor Editor .............Usler 1I:1tWsSocial I things: for the school this year. talk on manners. FUNDS FOR ORPHANS 18.

Editor .............. Betty Spicer, There is real co ,peration and unity Each part of the program was en- T INTRODUCTION: "Just before
Cartoonist' .................. Anne Mathis''I iof purpose in every: endeavor that joyed by' the entire school as well Prof. M. G. Langford, principal
Business Manager .......... Roy Green hat:; been called to their attention. as. by a number of visitors. I of the Clewiston school. is in receipt Paul went to Jerusalem' for the last
I of a letter of thanks this time he wrote to the Christians in
They have z> rare conception of 0
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: '. i Rome that from Jerusalem he planned .
week from the Florida Children's
O YES, ,WE'RE THANKFULMary their sphere of activity and ability CLEWISTON GIRLS TAKE FAST .
,. Home society in Jacksonville in ap- I to go to Spain, and that he
to put things over in a real big GAME FROM MOORE HAVENClewiston's
( Louise& Oglesby) : preciation of a gift of 18.91 raised would visit Rome on his way. He

We the children of Clewiston, way.So far this .year they have had by pupils of the Clewiston schoolas said that for many years he had
should be thankful for our many only two generalmeetings.. They smooth working bas- a: Thanksgiving .,offering to the desired to see Rome, and that he
blessings. During this time of depression were well worth ,while besides being ket ball sextet gained a 21-17..vic- orphans home in Jacksonville. was sure he would come in the

and un-employment, we I very enjoyable programs. The pro-.I tory over Moore Haven high here fullness of the blessing of the gos-
''Thursday night Nov. 21 in a fast "
have life and the joy of living to grams in the future promise to be pel. Paul did go to Rome. but he
be thankful for. While residents of even greater than those in the past.If game. During the game Clewis'ton,1ri APIARY PRODUCTSTO was arrested at Jerusalem. given
de no substitutes 'while the visitors -
northern states are troubled by I ;you are integer;ted In the work of,' partial hearings before Felix. Fes-
thoughts of sufficient clothing fcr the P.-T. A. come out and see for made six changes in their line- tus and Agrippa. appealed his case ,'.
up. The local team has made a great BE DISPLAYEDAT
the winter months, we find our- yours.slf the things that are being to the Roman Emperor, was taken
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selvves doubly blessed by living in acconplifched. I improvement since the last game.In there and delivered to the captainof

the warm climate of Florida. The Clewiston' school wishes to: the first*half Bethea made FLORIDA FAIR the prison guard, by whom Paul
nine .points ffor Clewiston and Wynn
Here we can have a garden be- express its thanks and : appreciation i was permitted to dwell. for two
made three. Summers. of Moore
cause our soil is unexcelled. LastS for the many thjngs, aids, and sup- years "by himself with a soldier
Haven chalked nine for the vis- "
but not least, our teachers are of plies it his received from the Par- up BEEKEEPERS EXHIBIT WILL BE that kept him. When at length
itorsin thefirst half. In the final
the best, our P.-T. A. a live wire, ent-Teachers association A few of LARGEST EVER HELD after two years of captivity Paul
half. Bethea added six more counters -
and our community a delightful the major things it has done for the AT TAMPA FAIR was arraigned before the emperor.he .
while is credited for
Wynn
place In which to live. school are as follows: furnish the was acquitted; but since his continued

For all these things and many, school with a recommended first- three. Summers rung three more Hendry county bee keepers will presence, in Rome would have _
add-
for Moore Haven and Thielen
his Jewish enemies to z
more, wo are thankful. aid, outfit; furnished the Stanford be specially Interested in the ex- provoked
ed three for the visitors.o '
-o-. a chievelxent'-tests for the school; a hibit to be arranged by the Florida fresh hostility, he was ordered In
BOY'S ATHLETICS first ,*class,''duplicating machine; of- ---- State Beekeepers association for the Interest of the public peace. ,to

I ficial basketball: ; paid the school's HAVE YOU HEARD? the South Florida Fair to be held quit the City. .

(Ily Richard Bestor) membership? fee and annual dues so in Tampa February 2nd to 13th. "After Paul's release from his -
With ten boys reporting for bas the school could become a member Betty Spicer say, "My Heavens?" The exhibition will be the largest first imprisonment in Rome he did

ketball practise every day and "care of the Florida high school athletic Evelyn Hare say. "Honey?" and most comprehensive ever ar- some missionary work with Titusas

ful training under our new coach' association; bought books for some Halson Avant say. "I heard. some- ranged by the association accord his associate. The island of Crete
we are expecting a good team thin of the children and furnished milkto thing about you?" ing to R. E. Foster apiary Inspector. was evangelized and Titus was left
year. Those reporting for. the first those who needed It. Mae Lily Stone say. "Baloney?" in charge of the churches there."

practise are as follows: A good Parent-Teachers association Roy Green say, "Uh Huh?" Much of the finest honey produced While engaged in this work a

Bobby Hare Halson Avant, Mer- like we have. is a valuable asset George Bestor say.' "Oh. shoot. in the state is made from the palmetto large part of the City of Rome was
rel Lowe Van Bush, Roy Green to any community. Ask any me?" blossoms in and around La- burned. and Nero the Roman em-

Marvin Altman. George Hooks. I school administrator. Are you doing Or have you ever heard Betty Belle. where a number of apiariesare peror. accused the Christians of the

Thomas Jones and Usler Mathis. ,your part? Spicer correcting everyone's English located. In some instances wild burtning. "In accordance with the

We have several stars out this ? bees have been successfully crossed Roman law the Christians accusedof

season that were not on the field SCHOOL PERSONALS And Emma Louise Bethea say, with domestic varieties and a very burning 'the City has to, be burn-
last year. Bobby Hare, Usler Mathis, "My Goodness?" hardy stock resulted.
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George Hooks and Thomas Jones Richard and 'George Bestor spent George Hooks. say, "M-Iss M-o More than 6,000 beekeepers, con-
are the new ones on the court. Wednesday and Saturday in West gan?" trolling over 150,000 colonies of

These boys are making good pro- Palm Beach. '. Ed Clark say, "Now sugar?" bees. operated In the state and -<:-

gress and show .plenty of spirit. Our Betty and Roberta Spicer visited .o-- produce more than twice as many r
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first game will be played tonightDec. in Ft. Myers Friday. JOKES varieties of honey than any other

( 4th) with Alva. We are hop- Peggy Gallant has left Clewiston state in the union. Besides the revenue -: Rooms
for
Rent-
Ing that we "will''win. _for__ a_ _few_ .. weeks... Bobby Hare to Merrel Lowe- derived from honey, over I
--'..,------_. There are four new pupils in I What's the difference between a 125.000 pounds of beeswax are

CAN YOU IMAGINE? school recently registering, they are,vision and a sight. ? marketed and approximately $15.- | New Barracks ih ihA
Grace and Nip Drumheller. Lida Merrel-My girl's a vision and 000 Is derived from the sale or
Mary Louise Oglesby without Partly Furnished Men Only ,
Wallace and Raymond Mabrey. yours .is a sight. queen and package bees to north-
car, orBetty Richard Lathan returned to ern apiaries. K a REASONABLE RATES t}
Spicer not blushing. or school this week after recoveringfrom William Hooks to Hookie-I The Importance of the bee indus- (
Mae Lily Stone not telling some his accident. heard you don't like spaghetti. try to the state the superior qual- | Apply to S

body to shut up. or The Girl 'Scouts elected Miss Jo Why? Ity of Florida honey and the dis- .i

Emma Bethea talking a lot or Hogan their captain at the last Hookie-Well, my history teacher tinctive varieties found only In this | W. A. Davis

Bobby Hare not getting mad, or meeting of the troup at the school i told us it Is better not to get mixedup state are to be particularly stressed ij
MerreI Lowe not getting sent out building last week. I in any foreign entanglements.Betty In the honey show 'at the coming |

of the room, or William and Betty Hocks are vis-' ,- fair, officials sap: {''' '''' i__.
Lily Merl Wynn not making Mary
iting Arcadia.
in Spicer to Marvin AltmanWhat's .
Bush mad, or I Vincent Oglesby has been out
the difference between a ,
Ruth Parker not studying hard. "'2t ?!l'-
of school this week on account of duck and a dancer?

or I illness. Marvin-A duck quacks off of Its
Roy Green not making "E" in Miss Ellen:: Wallace spent the legs and p. dancer is quick on her UST-N.I '
anything or* I week end in Ft. Myers. J(legs.: STOP lOO-:1: K ',
Marvin Altman not falling for Miss Jeanette Morgan spent the ,
new girl that comes to school
every Thanksgiving holidays in Lakeland
I William Hooks-I think the driv
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or visiting: her sister.
Van Bush not being cock-eyed or Miss :Mae Drew spent the Thanks- There is danger ahead. Be wisethereis .

George Bestor not acting silly, or giving holidays in Miami visiting /NNNN:..:NNNNNMNN:NNNM..:..:www:.;, danger even in eats. Patronize capa-
Evelyn Hare not flirting with her brothers. .:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: +: )
somebody else's beau. or -oTHANKSGIVING able, well equipped and reliable place
Richard Bestor; behaving himself, '
or. PROGRAM, C. E. STEBEL to dine. '

Bobby Patterson on the basket- The CLEWISTON
CAFE is modern
ball team. The second and third grade gave Dealer in very spacious -
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0 a ThE nksgivin program in chapel General Electric Refrigerators and very accommodating, and accessible '
Wednesday morning The r .
j GRADE NOTES program right on the and it offers the most
" ----.1.. was as follows: Electrochef Stoves highway you ,

Five names are: listed as perfect Song-The Gane-Autumn Von als Leaves. Radios and Supplies your food being prepared in the most sanitaryway.

spellers in the first grade last week. Scripture Reading-Betty Dunty. Radio Repairing It is the most logical place to eat your next "
They are: Walter Vaughn, David -
Smith Ernest Smith. Dewey Davis. Prayer-By the class. Pahokee Florida meal. -
Reading-The Story of the Pil- i
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and Estelle PadgettThe .
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grims.The Pilgrims I .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-w)X.w ) It e handle only Western Steaks,
best grades given in English and Indians-Four. .:": :":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":": ..:..). :-
.' for the ninth grade last week were --- chops and Virginia oysters'

i A and awarded Mae Lily to Mary Stone.Louise The best Oglesby grade.:, ..:.:.. .-:..:..:..;..:.. te..i..i..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. ..:"-... : o+oM \{

for English in the tenth grade were CLEWISTO CAFE

by Roy Green and Evelyn Hare. |I What Happened Last Night? .

SUGARLAXD HIGHWAY AT FRANCESCO STREETENJOY I
:. In the fourth grade the best
:: grades last week were given to I II' .. -
', Bonnie Mabrey, Julian Kenned}", Last night, while you were asleep; _

f: Dickey Patterson. Timothy O'Con- y half' :the world was busily engaged ....)t.................'..................'...........................................:..............;.............................................................-.....
... nell, J. D. Hooker. Herbie Bourne. In the business of living. Ships were : : "

I sailing the Atlantic, crowds were j TWO WEEKS AT FLORIDA'SFOREMOST : i
The best grades given to members ,
swarming the streets of
China
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- of the fifth grade last week were X HEALTH INSTITUTION} :
to Don Beardsley. Junior 'Waldron houses were burning, people. were .

1 Frances Wright, Alice Deam, and t laughing, playing and?;working. ',: The only $50,000.00 Baths in Florida, with separate departments
Roberta Spicer. 1- i 1' t for mon and womengiving thorough drugless treatments that ..

<;,: I The Tampa Morning Tribune brings : comprise modern methods of. restoring health with decisive re- 3:
': HAM CLUB PRESENTS MINSTREL you complete news of the world every : :k suits at astonishingly low rates. :.f

; morning 5 Excellent hotel accomodations, baths, treating rooms, 'sun baths t
On Monday and Tuesday'nights .... 5 and gymnasium under one roof. House physician attendance
of last week. "The Ham Club" f
pre- t ; SERVICE IN CLEWISTON '' always. Tiled mineral water pool adjoining baths. :
.sented "Sugarland Minstrel" at the s
school building. The program, which \ Y Treatments recommended for Stomach, disorders, Eczema Skin :t'I.

was a* huge: sucess was enjoyed by t '. .20c Weekly 85c Monthly '' Eruptions, Kidney Diseases, Neuritis. Arthritis, Rheumatic and. t
-oil. Too ... ... liver Disorder. ::1:
aey :taJr. }, .}#;;, which l. .
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dollars ; ..; .
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amounted to one hundred ** ; .' .. Write for free descriptive folder t
was turned over to the P--T. A. to f. "
be used for school improvements. Tainpai'i ifg. Tribtnre DR. BARTH'S HOTEL AND BATHS
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Only 17 More
Shopping Days SAFETY HARBOR, FLORIDA f

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" '" EVa of SW% of NWU of Section East, in Hendry County, Florida in the following described lands in aU on, a Florida corporation,
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:*>. 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% 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 31.,
k Florida Southwest quarter (SWtt of D.
95
page ; and to the Mortgage'exe-
Subject to the mortgage executedby the Southwest quarter (SW%) The following described lands and cuted The
by Southern
: NOTICE OF SALE AND HEARING Sugar Company -
Sugarland Development Companyto described as follows: Begin- Interests in lands in Palm Beach to Brown &. Wilcox Investment -
:' ::6J : Mercantile Trust Company, a corporation ning at a point on the South County, Florida: Company,
in Notice is hereby given that pursuant a Florida. corpora-
,", to the Final Decree made under the laws of Missouri. line of Section Fourteen (14,) (1) Hon, dated March 21.. 1929, recorded -
and entered November 5, 1931, in a I as Trustee, dated November' 1, 1924,I Township forty-three (43) The ,W of the NW% of Sec- in Mortgage Book 215 page 291.

cause pending in the Circuit Court ,recorded in Mortgage Book 1, page South. Range thirty-four (34) tion 22. Township 42 South, (6),
69. East, 500 ft, from the South- Range 37 East. '
for the Twelfth Judicial Circuit of SWU, of Section 6, Township
(3) '. west (SW) corner of said sec- (2) 42 South '
Florida in and for Hendry county.entitled Range 38 East.
.West one-half (W%) of tion fourteen (14), thence NWtt of SWtt of NWtt in
"Weir Kilby Corporation, a (7)N3
::'I. : Northwest Quarter (NWU) of North to Section '
.. parallel the West side 31, Township 43 Southof of of SE1,4'o
corporation, Josephine Wright by SWM { Sec-
Northwest, Quarter (NW$ ) of of said Section Fourteen (14) Range 35 East.
: tion 17,
F. M: Wright, her husband and next Township 44 South.
Section 1, Township 44 South 375 feet, thence East parallel to (3) -
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Range 36 East.
friend. H. L. McDonald and Leo C.artners .
Range 34_ -East n, of- Hendrv Coun-_ the South line of said Section An undivided two-thirds interest -
Burman: as co P : troonn: n g and (8)
ty, Florida. Fourteen (14) 380 feet, thence In
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: doing business as McDonald & Burg- and : All of Section 31, Township
South parallel to the West side The W% of the NE Section '
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V man, and McDonald Tractor Equipment (4) of rJ 42 South, Range 38 East;
'.. company, a corporation.. Complainants W% of NEtt of SE'i of Sec- of said Section Fourteen (14) 15 Township 42 South, The N% of Section 29 and All

against The Southern Sugar tion 25. Township 44 South. 375 feet, to the South line of Range 37 East EXCEPT the fol- of Section 30 In 'Township 42
Range 34 East of said Section Fourteen (14)) lowing described tract'' of land
Company, a corporation Defendant Hendry ; South, Range 38 'East;
," (hereinafter called the De- County. Florida. thence West 380 feet to beginning -. to-wit: All of Section 20. Township

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

I, W. W- Sinclair, appointed Spe- All of. Section Twenty-five Subject to the Mortgage, S. P corner of the W% of ,the NE%; South and West of West Palm

cial Master In and by the Decree, ((25)) in Township 43 South, Hooker, single and W. C. Hooker thence South 1320 feet; thence: Beach Canal; .

will sell at public auction at the doorof Range 34 East.. Hendry County, and wife, Jewel Stone Hooker, to West 1260 feet; Thence North All of Section 18. Township

the County Court House in the Florida. Trustees' of the Internal Improvement 1320 feet; Thence East 1260 42 South, Range 38 'East which.

City of LaBelle Hendry County Subject to the mortgage The Fund. dated March 25 1926, feet to the point of beginning; lies South and West' of West
Southern recorded in Mortgage. Book 3, page Also ''Palm Beach Canal.
:. Florida on December 7. 1931 at Sugar Company to Central
12 o'clock noon, United States Farmers Trust Company a Florida 298. Hendry County Records. The W% of Section 15; theSE (9)

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

the Decree described and thereby 1, 1928. recorded in Mortgage Book All of Sectionl, Township 44 of the SW% of, Section 16, In Township 42 South, Range 37

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

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

and description, real as well as personal 43 South. Range 34 East; all tion20 except a tract describedas ering a portion of said property of 42 South, Range 37 East lying

; 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

I 1 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

I Bonds and cash in the hands' of the 34, To.wnship 44 South. Range corner of Section 20. Township Improvement, Fund. dated August All of Sections 10, 14 24, 26

I s4' Receivers), together with the muni- 34 East; all of Sections 2, 8, 12 43 South, Range 34 East, and 14, 1918, recorded in Mortgage Book and 34 In' Township 42 South,

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

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

r> ever, to the provisions of Article Florida. along a line parallel to the erty of Chas. W. Bell and Ethel I. and canals.

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

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

o 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 'lEast ( ) 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 tien of 'said property of R. G- John-I of the caption land 'except' Section

interests In lands in Glades County, (7) to the North Line of'said Section son and Maggie A. Johnson his wife, 24 and 34. Township 42 South,
Florida: All of Sections twelve (12), 20; thence East along said North to Trustees of the Internal Improve- Range 37 East. i

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

Except the W% of the NW%, Range 33 East, alsoS ginning." 160; and (d) to the Mortgage cover- NE% of SW% of Section 17
1 Township 42 South, Range 33 % and NEtt Section twenty- In' Township 43 South. ,Range' ing 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. '

t 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) I

East; Range 34 East.Fractional ., tions 22 and 27 Township 43 Improvement Fund dated February The W% .f the SE% ef the !

North half (N1h) of North Section 13 Town- South, Range 34"East;' 12, 1920 recorded in Mortgage SEH of Section 21. Township 42 ;

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

tion 25. Township 42 South All of Section 23 North of & of SWVt of Section 32, Mortgage covering a portion of said Subject to the Mortgage of The I

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' quarterNE South. Range 34 East; 'East; J. Bollinger; his wife, to C. B. S. Corkey, dated October 15.. 1929. i

( 3i ) of Section 25, Township All of Section 24 North of All Section 34, Township'' 43 Gwynn and E. N. Brown. dated recorded in :Mortgage Book 221. .

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

Subject to the mortgage executed South. Range 34 ,East; All of ,Subject to the Mortgage executed gage Book 75 page 365, encumbering The Southern Sugar Company to I
F
by Sugarland Development Company. Section 7 (except SE'* of 'SEU) by Sugarland Development Companyto an undivided one-hlrd interestin Arthur N. Kennedy:, -dated October i

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

l Florida, to A. C. Clewis, dated October 'East; All Sections 15, 19, 23? under the laws of Missourias (4) 145, page 113. I

,. 1. 1925. recorded in Mortgage 27, 31, and 35 in Township 44 Trustee, dated November 1, 1924 All 'of Section 36. Township (12) i

,_ Book 3, page 364. South. Range 34 East; All of recorded in Mortgage Book 1, page 44 South, Range 35 East; That part' of the E% of Sec- !
) (2)) Sections 3. 7, 11 and 15 in 69. tion 2, Township 42 South.
The E% of the NEtt of theSE I
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; /South.. East of the West Palm Beach f
42 Range 37, East;
of tracts '10,11.12.13 and 14 lying All of Section Eighteen (18)in Nth of Nth of Sections 9 and The Ett of the SWW of theSW3 Canal in Palm Beach County. i
south and West of the Township South. Range 34 10; ,N% of Section 11; NEtt Florida. !
+ of Section 21., Townshin
. Moore Haven and Clewiston East. Hendry County Florida. and S 3-4 of NW% of Section -- ------- -- Subject to the__ Mortgage of The
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42 South, Range 37 East
Railway Company, all lying and Subject to the mortgage The 12; all" in Township 43 Seuth, The W% of the SW% ;of the I Southern Sugar Company to Florida

being in the' S% of the W% of Southern Sugar Company to Central Range 32 ''East, Hendry County SWU of, Section 21. Township Agricultural Corporation, dated September -

Section 18, Township 42 South. Farmers Trust Company, a Florida Florida. 42 South, Range 37 East; 16, 1929, recorded In Mort- "
Range 33 East. corporation. Trustee, dated 'January Subject to the Mortgage executed The W'j of the 'NEtt of the gage Book 222, page 365.
Subject to the mortgage' executedby 1, 1928, recorded in Mortgage Book by Sugarland Development Companyto (13)
NW% of Section 21, Township
Lucerne Farms Corporation a 4. page 192. Central Farmers Trust Company All of Sections 2. 4, 6. 8, 10.
42 South; Range 37 East;
, corporation under the laws of Flor-1 (8)) as Trustee dated 'February 1, 1926, and 12 in Township 46 South.
I E% of NW& of SEtt of Sec-
ida, to Richard Graves dated May W'/fc of NW % of NWV 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)
37 East
Range ;
4, page 444; and to the mortgage Range 34 East, Hendry Gouty : (14) W% of' NEVi of 'SW' of Sec- 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 I
a corporation of the State of (9) '<4) of Southeast quarter (SEJM,) W 3.97 acres of Tract 119 and
Range 37 East;
Florida. to Lucerne Farms Company West Half (W'of South- of Southeast quarter (SE/ ) of all of Tracts 120 to 128, inclusive -
W% of SE% of NW'of Sec-
dated December 1, 1929, recorded In east Quarter (SE14) of. Southeast Section 23, Township 43 South tion 21, 'Township 42 South. Section 22. Township 45

Mortgage Book 4, page 482. Quarter (SEtt ) of' Section Range 34 East; also. Range 37 East; South, Range 35 East; Tracts'
(3) I' 13. Township 44 South. Range The Northwest quarter (NW 1 to 46 inclusive, 49. 51 to 64,
E% of NW% of SW% of Sec-
West half (W%) of Section 34 East, Hendry County. Flor- I J/4) of the Southwest quarter tion 21 Township 42 South, inclusive 69 to 91, in elusive,
20 and West half (W% ) of Sec- ida; (SWJ/i of Southeast quarter 94 to 98, inclusive and 101 to
Range 37 East.
tion 17 Township 42 South, East Half (E'i) of Northwest (SE1 ) of Section 23, Township 42 125. inclusive,Section 2.8. Town-
Section 28, Township
Range 33' East. Quarter (NW h) of Southwest ,- 43 South, Range 34 East. South. 'Range 37 East; Also ship 45 South Range 35 East;
_' Subject to the mortgage executed Quarter (SW%) of Section (15) All of Section 30. Township' 45
inclusive in Pelican -
,Lots 10 to 30 ,
? by Miami Finance & Investment 9, Township 44 South, Range-'34 All of Section 16 Township Bay Land Company's Sub- South. Range 35 East; all of

'I 1 Company, to Ralph B. Taylor. Exe-I East. Hendry County. Florida; 44 South, Range 34 East situ- division of Section. 30, Township Section 32.. Township 45 South,
a utor of the Estate of William E- East Half (E% ) of South- ate in Hendry County Florida. Range 35 East.
42 South. Range 37 East according '
f ; Whitford. dated September 1. 1928. east Quarter (SE'/i ) of North- (16) to the''plat thereof on ,All of Section 24, Township

f I recorded: in Mortgage Book 4. page west Quarter (NW',4) of Sec-, W% of NWU of'NE% of Sec- file in the office of the Clerk' of 45 South Range 35 East.
t 390. tion 25. Township 44 South. tion 9, Township 44 South All of' Sections 7, 19 ,and 31
the Circuit Court in and for
; s. (4) I I Range 34 East, Hendry County. Range 34 East Palm Beach County. Florida. in In Township 44 South, Range
\ Florida (17) 35 East S% of Section 23, and '>
t ;, q Nth and SE% and N% of ; Plat Book 7, page 16. ;
SW% of Section '31; also. all of West Half (W% ) of North- North Half (N'of Section all of Sections 27, 35 and 36 In
fractional Section 32. Township west Quarter (NW&) of South- 24 Township 43 South, Range Subject to the Mortgage coveringa Township 42 South. Range 37
;
I ;+,1 t S 42 South Range 32 East, east Quarter (SEtt of Section 34 East Hendry Count, Flor- portion of said property of The East; all of SectlonsS. 11, 13

{tr I Glades County, Florida. 21. Township 44 South, Range ida. Southern Sugar Company to Dunbar 15. 23, 25, 27, Wtt of Section

: +l Subject to the mortgage executed 34 East, Hendry County, Flor- Subject to the Mortgage executed Molasses Corporation laws Delaware-, a corporationunder Dated 29 and all of Section 35 in

t ': :\ by Sugarland Development Company, ida: by The Southern Sugar Company, 29 the 1930 recorded of in Mort- Township 43 South. Range 37
May ,
I, St\ t to Central Farmers Trust Company, Subject to the mortgage executedby to' Central Farmers Trust Company,i 259. East' ; All of Sections 22, 23 25
F I as Trustee dated February 1, 1926. Hendry County Abstract Com- as Trustee, recorded in ,Mortgage' gage Book 226 page 26, 27, 34, 35 and 36 In Town- S

I\ :i \ recorded in Mortgage Book 3, pager pany a corporation organized and Book 4, page 192. Hendry County (5) ship 41 South. Range 38 East; Except l''
: State All that part of Section 12, Rights of Way for Canals
existing under the laws of the Records. ,
j 4. 481.All In Township 42 South, of Range and ,Roads .as exist.
i :l of the above-described property of Florida, to William H. Woodward. (18)
t.t: ''I f in Glades County Florida', will of St. Louis. Missouri dated June 25, All of Fraction Section 6 and 37 East which lies North and Subject to the Mortgage of Th

f{ be sold subject to all judgments recorded 1928, recorded in Mortgage Book; 4. the NJ/S of Section 7 in Town- East of the West Palm Beach Southern Sugar Company to Central

iS in 'said county against The' page 87.. ship 43 South, Range 33 East. Canal. Palm Beach County. Farmers Trust Company, a corpor-
t r Southern Sugar Company. (10) Subject to the Mortgage executedby ''Florida Excepting therefromthe ation organized and existing under

t- B. All of Section Eleven (11), Sugarland Development Companyto N% of the NE4 of the NEtt the laws of the State of Florida,

i; The following described lands Township Forty-four (44) Central Farmers Trust Companyas of the NEIL 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 recorded in Mortgage ,Book 214.

t County.. Florida: East, of Hendry County, Flor- recorded in Mortgage Book 3, page Tracts 3, 4. 5, 6. 8, 9, '10, page 452.
j' (1) ida. 173. 11. 12. 13, ,15, 21 and 23 ,Sub- .(15)
Northwest quarter (NWJ/i (11) All of the above-described ''prop-" division of Section 12-42-37, Section 2. W. of Canal except: .:

'of Northeast quarter (NEtt) The Southwest Quarter of erty in Hendry County. Florida, will according to the Plat of Said the W% of NWtt ; all of Secs. ,;

of Southeast quarter (SEV4) the So-uthwest Quarter and the b"sold subject to all judgments recorded Subdivision on file in the office 4. 6, ,8, ,10.. 12 14-18, 2022 I
of Section 1, Township 45 West Half of the Northwest In said county against The of the Clerk of the Circuit & 24; Tracts 2 to ,16 Inc- 18 to "

'f1 South, Range 34 East, Hendry Quarter of the Southwest Quar- Southern Sugar, ,Company. Court in and for Palm Beach 128. inc., In Sec. 26; Tracts 1 '
j. County, Florida ter of Section Fourteen (14), C. County, In Plat Book 8, page 2. to 64 Inc., 77 to 85, Inc.. 90. ."

((2)) Township :Forty-three ((43) All of the. 'rlsht, title, and 1.ut rLe ,Subject to the' hiortga ''e. The W. 91 92 101 to 104, Inc., IfiS to ;

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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

I 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

rig bt of way of the Florida as well at law as in equity, an advisory statement or state-I represented by Receivers Certificates -.

(Continued from Page Seven) East Coast Railway Company. of The Southern Sugar Company and ments with reference, among other as the Purchaser or his or its

114. inc.. and 126 in Sec. 28; (25) of its Receivers in and to all lands I things. to unpaid taxes and assessment -: assignor shall have made to or for -
all of Sec 30 and 32; Tracts Sof Section 29, Township and interests in lands and other' current assets and liabilities the account of the Receivers prior to 'fjJ7.

17. 18. 31. 32 and '33 to 44. 42 South. Range 38 East. property and any and every part of said Receivers outstanding Certificates the date of confirmation of sale, < I

inc., 65, 56. 59 to 64, inc.. 70 (26) thereof with the appurtenances. I I of Indebtedness, issued by which have been applied to the op- \_

to 74. Inc 85 to 91. Inc.. 108 NEW,, of 'NEVt, and E% of All mills, buildings structures. said Receivers, contracts.. leases. eration and f lor maintenance of the

117 in Sec. 14; All in Township SK14 of NEtf, and E% of E% fixtures and erections erected upon stocks bonds and other securitiesand I property an lor to the necessary expenses -

44. South. Range 35 East; of SEM, 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-menttined cause

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

1 to 56, inc.. 59, 60, 63 to 92, Simonson dated July 26, 1929. recorded affixed to ,said lands or used for I. 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 redemptions I shall likewise be credited with the

inc.. in Sec6; Tracts 5 to 24. 354. either upon the said premisesor or 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 ot; 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'/fc 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. Hon 14, in Township 43 South. mills, machinery, engines cial Master, without further noticeor determine of any other benefits and|

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

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

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

42, 49, 50 53. 54, 55, 56, 61 to part of WJof W& of E% of gasolene distillate and other chemicals III. Any party to the cause above- any other or further expendituresby
92. inc. 105 106 107. 111 113 such Purchaser or his or its assignor -
E'.fc North of Canal in Sec- sugar cane sugar molasses and mentioned, any holder of an obliga-
to 118, inc.. Sec 12; All of Sec. tion 4; NWtt and S'of Section all other by-products of the manu- tion of the Receivers appointed In prior to confirmation of sale

14; Tracts 1 to 8 inc.. 14 to 42. '8; all of Sec- 12; E% of W'/ facture of sugar, live stock timber said cause, or other creditor of said or prior to the date of the Decree.

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

to 86, inc., 89 to 100 inc. 106 of Section 13; all of Section terials of every kind tools appliances stockholder of The Southern Sugar I ders 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, I over his or their bid or all or any

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

119, in Sec. 22. All in Town- South 3-4 of EV2 and S% of SEU all other personal property or at the sale and, if successful bidder, I I under the Decree aforesaid as such.

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

Subject to the Mortgage of The tion 25; all of Section 28; all of its Receivers or to which it or right.IV..
I VII. In and by the Decree the
Southern Sugar Company to Central of Section 29!); all of Section they are entitled or in which it or
Subject to the terms and con- right to retake and resell the
Farmers Trust Company a Florida 30( ; all of Section 32; all of they have any interest either at lawor prop-
ditions of the Decree and as set: erty sold is reserved to the Court.
corporation. Trustee dated January Section 33; all of Section 34; in equity. '
forth in Article Fifth thereof said to 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
VIII. Prior to the confirmation of
(16)) East; evidences of indebtedness, and obli-
The SW% of Section 6, .Town Also. E% of NE&; SW& of gations, securities of corporation existing thereon or upon any part the sale, the Receivers appointed as .W
any .
thereof at the date of said sale.V.
ship 44 South Range 37 East. NE% and E'/S of NWtt of NE&. company or joint stock asso- aforesaid are permitted to continueto r-
The Special Master\ will receive operate the properties in receivership -
Subject to the Mortgage of Southern Section, 4. Township 45 South ciation. domestic or foreign or of
Sngar Company to Pinewood Range 37 East. any domestic or foreign state i no bid from anyone offering t and to use for the purpose of

Farms. Inc., a corporation existing All of Sections 20, 22 and 24. ernment or governmental authorityor gov- I to bid who shall not at least forty- I,'I such operation the cash property

under the laws of the State of Florida and East Half of Section 28 in of political or administrative eight hours prior to any offeringby and assets at the date of the Decreeor

dated February 15, 1929, recorded Township 43 South. Range 37 subdivision.any district or department the Special Master for sale under at any time thereafter in the pos-

in Mortgage Book 217. page East, except right of way of F. thereof and certificates or receiptsof the Decree, deposit with the Special, session of the aforesaid Receivers
E. Master and deliver to him. as a and said Receiverers are expressly
388. C. Railway Company, and all any kind representing or evidencing
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pledge that he will make good his: 'authorized and empowered pursuantto
(17) rights of for roads and ca
way
interest in such stocks 'I
; any any ,
The W% of the NW% of the nals. bonds notes, debentures evidencesof bid in case of its acceptance, in the order' entered in the cause
cash or check, of or certified by some t j above-mentioned on October 7, 1931.
SW% of Section 21. Township
Subject to the Mortgage of The indebtedness obligations
or securities i
bank or trust company acceptable to''to I apply the bonds of the several
42 South. Range 37 East.
Southern Sugar Company to Biscayne owned by The Southern Sugar !
the Sepcial Master and made or en- 3ub.lrainage districts referred to in
NW% of Section 17, Town-
Trust Company, a corporation Company or its Receivers or to
dorsed payable to his order, the sum(said order for the benefit of the
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ship 44 South. Range 36 East.
organized and existing under the which it or they are entitled or in
of $25.000 or Receivers' Certificates! I properties to be sold pursuant to
The East half of the North-
laws of the State of Florida as Executor which it or they have any Interest
in bearer form in the principal the Decree, to the payment of taxes
east quarter and the Southeast and Trustee of the Estate of either at law or in equity (other
amount of 25000.. or assignments! due upon the lands of The Southern
quarter of Section 15, Town- Phillip Ullendorff, deceased and than the bonds held by the Receivers -
of claims against the Company fin- Sugar Company to said several sub-
42 South. 37 East.
ship Range .1
South Okeechobee Farms Company, of The Southern Sugar Company
ally allowed and established pur- drainage districts as provided in
Subject to the Mortgage of C. B. ; a corporation organized and existing referred to in paragraph VIII of the
suant to the Decree by Subsequentorder said order. Any operation by said
Gwynn and Mamie W- Gwynn. his I under the laws of the State of Florida Decree as the Reserved Bonds), together i
of the Court in the cause< Receivers of the property sold by
wife, to The Board of Education of dated August 2. 1928. recorded with any unpaid coupons and I 'I
II above-mentioned, aggregating in virtue of the Decree after the date
the State of Florida, dated January In Mortgage\ Book 214 page 222. or claims for interest thereon or dividends allowed
amount, as so finnally and of the confirmation of the sale directed -
12, 1926 recorded In Mortgage Book (28)) thereunto appertaining in-
established the sum of $125.000, or in and by the Decree, shall
172, page 295- The W of the NW% of the eluding, but without limiting the I
partly in cash or certified check or be at the cost and risk and for ac-
(19)) I SW% of the NEtt of Section 17 generality of the foregoing, certain I
in Receivers' Certificates and partlyin count of the Purchaser.
All that part of Sections 23 Township 44 South. Range 36 bonds of Clewiston Farms Company
I claims allowed and
so finally established -
and 24. Township 45 South. East, except as to any existing Pahokee Drainage District. South, IX. The Purchaser in the man-
but In the relative
Range 36 East, lying West of Rights-of-Way for roads or canals Florida Conservancy District. Pelican same 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- W% of ,Section 28. Township Guaranty Building and Loan Association Any deposit received from an unsuccessful accept part of the property sold .ex- 1n

tion 23, according to Plat thereof 42 South, Range 38 East lying Disston Island Drainage bidder will be returneeto cept any contract or agreement to C. -
him at the conclusion of the bid-
which the Receivers are a party en-
file in the office of the
on South and West of West Palm District Hidalgo Ccounty Common
ding but without interest thereon tered into by the Receivers under the
Clerk of the Circuit court in Beach Canal; also all of Section School District No.7. Clewiston
The deposit received from the successful -. rpecific authority of the Court in
and for Palm Beach County 32. Township 42 South, Range Drainage District and certain sharesof
: bidder! or bidJers shall be applied -ithe[ cause above-mentioned. No :such
Florida, in Plat Book 7, page 38 East; the capital stock of The Clewiston
on account o: the purchase election the'Purchaser
I by shall diminish -
30. All of Section 21, in Town- Company. Third Twin Bell Syndicateand
price of the property purchased by affect the
or purchase price
(20)) Clewiston Home Buildings Asso-
ship 42 South of Range 38 East.
such bidder or bidders, in case the to be paid by the Purchaser.
Lots 14. 15. 16, 18. 19 and 20 lying South and West of West ciation. I

in Section 5. Township 44 Palm Beach Canal in Palm All of the right, title, and interestof bidders sale to shall such be successful confirmed.If .bidder or X. As in the Decree provided, the

South. Range 37 East; accord- Beach County. Florida. The Southern Sugar Company in Purchaser, or any: grantee or transfer
sale shall not bo confirmed
Ing to plat made by the Trus- (30) and to the shares of the capital any I ee of the Purchaser may elect to
the deposit made by the successful
tees of the Internal Improve- SVa of Section 26 and all of stock of Florida Sugar Companyand I adopt or continue in force or to refuse -
bidder bidders for the
or property
ment Fund on file at Tallahassee. Section 34, Township 43 South. I or to receive the same when shall be forwith returned to such I! lease to adopt other or continue in force

Range 37 East. issued, and all of the right title and de- i any or executory contract -
bidder bidders his their
or on or which be
(21) All of the above-described property interest if any, of The Southern theeifor. I may included in the
mand
sw* of NE%. of E%. of NE% in Palm Beach County, Florida, Sugar Company and its Receivers inland The deposit made by the succesful] property sold to the Purchaser or

and SU of Section 11. Township will be sold subject to all judg-I to the shares of the capital bidder or bidders in accordancewith which may constitute an incident
44 South, Range 35 East. may. thereof or be appurtenant thereto,
ments recorded in said county stock of Florida Sugar and Food the of the Decree
provisions I
other than such lease other
Subject to the Mortgage of The against The Southern Sugar Comp Products Company.All be forfeited in the event of his fail- executory contract any entered or into by

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

to Trustees of the Internal E. erty of every kind character and description quiring payment of or on accountof
authority of the Court in the above-
Improvement Fund of the State of All of the right title and interest (including all rights, con- the balance of the purchase price. mentioned cause.

Florida. Dated October 28, 1925, of The Southern Sugar Companyin tracts agreements leases, claims. de- The Purchaser to the extent per-

recorded in Mortgage Book 162 page the following described lands in mands .choses in action and sharesof mitted by the Decree and otherwisein XI. All questions not disposed of
527. Palm Beach County, Florida: time by the Decree are reserved for future -
stock) at any acquired or accordance with the provisions '

(22)) (1)E to be acquired by the Receivers of thereof may turn over to the Special adjudication. The decree fixes

W% of Section 17, Township % of SW% of SB% of Sec- The Souther nSugar Company dur- I Master on account of the purchase December 8. 1931. at two o'clock P.

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

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

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

16, 17 18. 19. 20, 21. 28, 29. the. Decree directed Myers. Lee County. Florida as the
Southern Sugar Company to IsaacE. the sale by against, The Southern Sugar Com-
King, dated March 29. 1929, recorded 30. 31, 32, and 33, Township 41 then held by or for said Receivers pany finally allowed and established I place where the Court will consider

r In Mortgage Book 217 page South. Range 38 East. except the Reserved Bonds and cash, and entitled to be paid out of the, and determine whether to confirm
lor not to confirm sale under
18 6. (2) but including current assets mater- proceeds of sale. any the .

(23)) SWtt of Section 13. Town- ials and supplies; andor| owned by In lieu of the deposit and deliveryto I Decree reported by the Special Masplter ; \...
and the report of the Special'"
All of Section 26 Township ship 41 South Range 37 East. The Southern Sugar Company or to the Special Master of Receivers'
Master with reference thereto. -
41 South of Range 37 East, In All other lands and interests Inlands which it Is or may become entitled. Certificates and or instruments of If
the report of the Special Master
Palm Beach County, Florida. wherever situated owned by not included in the property herein- assignment of claims, the Special of
such sale shall not be filed
any on
(24) The Southern Sugar Company or its before described. Master will accept the certificate of or
before the time aforesaid, then such
Subject to the Mortgage of The Receivers or to which it or they are Any and all claims arising out of any bank or trust company acceptable -
hearing will be had at such time and
Southern Sugar Company to Model entitled or in which it or they have the operation by the Receivers of to the Special Master that it
place to which such hearing
so fixed
Land Company dated February 15. any interest whether at law or inequity The Southern Sugar Company of the holds, subject to the order of the
shall be adjourned by the court
1928 recorded In Mortgage Book and said lands and interestsin property.in and by the Decree directed special Master or subject to the order otherwise as the Court: by its order, or

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

at the Southwest completely as i fdescriptions thereof disposition a'nElI| or application of the by him transferred the order of

corner of Lot 8 of Block 6. in were herein set forth at length. assets and cash coming into the pos- the: Special Master. Receivers' certificates XII. For a more particular description -

Hiatus between Township 43 Together with all and singularthe session of said Receivers a dor| in bearer form and I or claims of the property to be sold

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

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

1354.16 feet more or less to ges, hereditaments and appurtenances holders of The Southern Sugar Company ied.: accompanied by (assignments information intending purchasersare

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

Section 36, Township 43 South in any 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 subject The Purchaser will be credited on file in the office of
along the of the Clerk of said Court, and to the
South price
account of the purchase
Boundary of any body of water whatsoever, natural to the terms and provisions on
Lots 14 the him. with advisory statements of the Receivers -
and 15, in Section 36. or artificial and all the righttie thereof and to confirmation. property purchased by
Township and claimsso to be filed with the Clerk of the
43
Certificates
Receivers'
South. all
Range 36 and interest of The Southern Article Ninth of the Decree pro-
East 773.49 'feet the Special Master Court as directed by Article Fourth
more or less Sugar Company and its Receivers inan vides that the Receivers of The Southern turned over to

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

Lot 15; thence price> as such sums as would be paidin Dated,. November 6. 1931.
southwesterlyalong any body of water or in any accretion twenty nor less than ten days priorto ,
the West boundary of fixed for the respect thereof out of the proceeds -
or alluvion; and all rents. the! date originally W. W. SINCLAIR.
aforesaid Lot 8 to the point oft emblements. issues profits and other sale under the Decree of the property : of the sale if the whole :_

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." that after a short imprisonmentPaul tion. Just before his death in his glad to know that Paul desired theI ened me; that by me the preaching
Three I I assistance of Mark. whom Paul once might be fully known and that all
(Continued from Page ) was beheaded. Why he was last Imprisonment Paul wrote to
criticized because Mark refused to the Gentiles might hear: and I was
1 to wild to ready have fought a good fight
ed at the stake or exposed Timothy, "I .am now ready I
delivered out of the mouth of the
* further with Barnabus and Paulon
beasts. I be offered. and the time of my departure -: finished my course hence- go lion."
forth for me, a crown of their first missionary journey.
is at hand. I have fought
fJ.1 delivered to the wild
t : Many were righteousness." Paul wrote to Timo- Mark had no one to give his versionof It is probable that in his second
have finished
food, and others a good fight. I my
animals as were I I I
;.;.f.... ,. In "garments soaked In course. I have kept the faith. thy, "Come shortly unto me; for"his that controversy and we have imprisonment Paul had two trials.
wrapped always sympathized with him. Paul Only tre Lord stood with him on
1 I Henceforth there is laid up for mea friends. Demas. Crescens, Titus,
and sUlphur impaled on
pitch showed his human nature by ask- that first trial but If the Lord
along the driveways. and at' crown of righteousness, which the had all left Rome for other cities. .
spikes! flamed living torches !Lord. the righteous judge, shall give "Only Luke is with me. Take Mark. ing Timothy to bring to him his stands with us at the end of life.
night they as
,I and bring with thee;" for he is profit- cloak, books and parcment or man- we may be happy in death. for Paul
while Nero drove about in his me at that day and not to me only.
I I able to me for the ministry. And uscript writings. Then Paul said. said! :
chariot and watched them die. It but unto all them also that love
is thought that some governor in j his appearing." What a blessing it Tychicus have I sent to Ephesus." "At my first answer no man stood "And the Lord shall deliver me
a Roman province where Paul was; will be to all those who are able probably to act as pastor of the with mr. but all men forsook: me: and will preserve me unto his
then preaching arrested him and, when death comes to say 'I am church there so that Timothy (who) I pray God that it may not be laid heavenly kingdom: to whom be
member of i thus' executed, while others were was then in charge) could come to to their charge. Notwithstanding the glory forever and ever."
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POINTS FOR MAKING THE (275 degrees to 300 degrees F.).

AMERICAN LEGION CHRISTMAS FRUIT CAKE If you are making one large cake

ON WITH THE DANCE use a tube pan. The dough may fill
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Home Demonstration Specialist
GOLF TOURNAMENT ( Tallahassee) it to a depth of 3 1-2 or 4 Inches. ..

A 6-pound cake in one loaf will "
The making of fruit cake for the -J.
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Opens, ,Sunday. December 6th, and
Finals Will be Played On good many housewives just now.. As smaller tube pans or bread tins may

January 3,. 1032 these cakes require several poundsof be used for the amount of doughin
fairly expensive materials the
a 6-pound cake
fine points about -mixing and bak-
Rules Test the fruit cake with a: clean
ing them should be observed with
Ball straw. Turn it out on a rack to coolas
1. 1.68 diameter.
unusual care if one wishes to avoid
soon as it is done. When cool
2. Matches The first round waste and turn out a good product.
wrap in waxed or parchment paper
matches will be made up by draw- ,9 1.? Whatever recipe is used, suggeststhe tin
in tight box.
I and put away a
Ing. Players will arrange the timeof Bureau of Home Economics of
I If this is done the cake will keep
play: All matches must be, played the United States Department of
be lookedat
for many weeks. It should
on or before dates posted on of Agriculture prepare all the fruit I
once In a while to make sure
flight cards. and nuts first. Pick the fruit over '
that no mold is starting. Some peo-
3. Fairways The fairway is very carefully, wash: it, and dry it ple prevent fruit cake from dryingout
: c t Cut. citron or other dried peel Into:
area mowed lawn f ,
by mower. Player WAYN : by putting half an apple in the
may improve lie in fairway provided k small pieces. Make sure there are tin with it or a piece of cheese-

he is more than club length from no bits of shell among the nuts and cloth dampened with cider.
bunker. that they are all sweet and fresh.

In mixing start as with any cake '
4. Balls, on a bunker or within a Mr. and Mrs. W.. S. Harvel, of
by creaming the butter and sugar,
club-length' of foot of bunker must Clewiston were visitors in Moore
; adding the beaten yolks of the eggs
be played without improvement. The <:> Haven for a few hours this morning -
IW 4 and the liquid. Cider or grape juice,
sides of the green outside of put- Y' a .,:\
tart jelly, and often sour cream and
ting area will be considered bunkers.
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( molasses 'are used for the liquids.'
7Z7
I Jelly that is not firm enough for
5. Balls driven into small drains' M the table but otherwise of. good

on fairways: except on numbers one flavor may be put in the cake. The

and seven fairways may be drop- molasses should be weet. not

ped back-no penalty. On numberone strong. Half of the flour is mixed

and number seven ball may be with the leavening and spices. and

played as it lies or lifted back with half with the fruits and nuts to

.one stroke penalty. keep them evenly distributed w

6. Balls In water hazard. Drop throughout the dough. Add the first 1 tt' Y

ball immediately back of hazardone part of the flour alternately with

stroke penalty. the liquid then the floured fruits

7. Lost balls-Player allowed five I I and nuts.: Use the hand to mix well. W

minutes search- Drop ball over Add the whites of the eggs last. 1

shoulder as near as possible where Line the pan or pans for bakingthe ikD,1RTMA1
of the country's most air from New York, and Saturday cake with well-greased paper
player thinks ball is lost. Penaltyone THREE
dance orchestras will evening will find the music of the to prevent scorching, and cook very
stroke be heard on the programs of one Lucky Strike Dance Hour in the I
8. Balls in rough must be playedas sponsor, beginning November 3rd, hands of Gus Arnheim and His Orchestra 1 slowly In a very moderate oven

they lie. Only dead, loose trash when the Lucky Strike Dance Hour playing from the Cocoanut .

can be removed. Player not allowedto inaugurates one of the most unusual Grove in the Ambassador Hotel In ,

take club and cut weeds or grassor and elaborate presentations of Los Angeles. These three orchestras Sensational Discovery 666 SalveA
have caddie hold limbs out of dance music in the history of radio will alternate for the first ,
and week after which other dance
broadcasting. Wayne King orchestras -
his way. Penalty loss of hole. Doctor's Prescription for Treating Colds Externally Everybody Using
His Orchestra, broadcasting from of equal prominence will
9. Do not ground club in sand Chicago, will lead off Tuesday eve follow'them. It was also announced It-Telling Their Friends

trap. Penalty, loss of hole. (Note.: ning, November 3rd, playing from that plans are now being made to

players will please smooth foot- 10 to 11 E.S.T, over a nationwideNBC broadcast orchestras from Europeon $5,000 Cash Prize For Best AnswersWhy

prints when leaving sand trap) network- On Thursday eve- short wave, re-broadcasting

10. Balls played within 20 yardsof ning, at the same time, Andy San- their music as features of future
You Prefer COG Salve For Colds"
hole must not hit pin. Penalty nella and His Orchestratake the Lucky Strike Dance Hours.

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loss of hole. The Answer Is Easy After You Have Tried It

11. On greens number 4 and 8.
HINTS TO Honey Cream Waffles Ask Your Druggist
bad lie may be Improved-on all HOUSEWIVESi
i baked in the batter will ""
Honey
other greens no Improvement of lies First Prize $500.00; Next ten Prizes 100.00 each; Next twenty
allowed. Weekly from Home Demonstration make a crisp tender waffle. Nuts ,
Prizes $50.00 each; Next forty Prizes $25.00 each; Next one hundred
Handicaps will be three- Specialists Tallahassee or dried, fruits may be added to the

fourths of difference in handicap Honey Pumpkin Pie batter to give a truly delicious 're- Prizes 10.00 each; Next one hundred Prizes $5.00 each. In case of a

rating sult. The suggested ingredients art tie identical Prizes ,will be awardedRules! : Write on one side of paper
Try using honey in the pumpkinpie
13. All matches will be 18 holes, for this Christmas. Use f 1-2 1 egg. beaten lightly, 4 teaspoonfulsof l only. Let your letter contain no more than fifty words. Tear off Top of

except finals, which will .be 36 cupfuls of steamed and strained baking powder, 2 cupfuls of flour ol f; 666 Salve Carton and mail with letter to 666 Salve Contest. Jacksonville -., ;
holes.In 1 teaspoonful of salt 2 cupfuls
pumpkin, 1 cupful of honey, 1 tea- milk. 1-4 cupful of margarine, 'melted Florida. All letters must be, in by midnight January 31, 1932 .

case of tie at end of 18 holes. spoonful of cinamon 1-2 cupful of and :3 tablespoonfuls of honey. Your Dr ggest will have list of winners by February 15th. fJ-))
match will proceed without handi- cream. 1-2 teaspoonful of ginger. 1-2 I .
Mix the honey, margarine. salt
cap allowance until tie is broken. teaspoonful of salt, 2 eggs, and 1 I and beaten egg. Sift the baking pow:: ....666 Liquid or Tablets with 666 Salve Makes a
except semi-finals and finals.In cupful of milk. Mix the ingredientsin
der and flour together. Stir in alter
Internal
the order and bake in 1 Complete and External Treatment
case of tie on semi-finals, playan given one nately with flour and milk until full

extra nine holes with handicap crust. Garnish with honey meringue. amount has been, added.

allowance. Honey Meringue
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extra 18 holes with handicap al- with an electrical beater or a hand It's Here "
lowance. beater. For the electrical beater' use j. scientist tells us that broadcast '
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1-2 cupful of honey to the whiteof i .11;; of )N: is a possibility. If be i: REORGANIZATION OF
Any question not specifically cov-
1 egg and let the mixer 0 run at means -hot air, It Is nlrpndy hore.'lsinta .-
ered by above rules will be governed I
speed two until the mixture peaks.If \!) : i1' i<5tl'M"n The Southern Sugar
by U3.. G. A. rules. CompanyA
this meringue is kept on a plat-i .

ter, uncovered. in the refrigeratorit THANK YOU
FOUR KNOCK-OUTS INITIATE will retain its texture and gloss bearing was held pursuant to notice at Fort Myers, Florida

CLEWISTOX'S NEW ARENAContinued several months. j I'' The members. of the Parent-- on.November 4, 1931, before the Circuit Court of Hendry County
at which the Court considered the Plan and Agreement dated
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For the )hand beater use 1-4 cup- Teachers association wish to thank
( from page '1) April 1, 1931, for the reorganization of The Southern Sugar
ful of honey to the white of one every person taking part in the re Company, theretofore fifed and the Court has

had never 'donned the gloves. en- egg and whip the mixture until it cent minstrel show for giving us sc I entered its Final Decree dated November, 31, among other

tered the ring to face Daughtrey.The peaks. The white may be beaten sep- generously of their: time and talent things adjudging that the offers to the creditors of The Southern

fight was Daughtrey's from arately and the honey added a .teaspoonful We wish especially to thank MrsG Sugar Company contained in said Plan are fair, timely and

the start. A right and left to the at the time while it is be- Wallace for her very able direction equitable and fully represent the respective: interests of said
creditors in said Company and its The Final Decree
end of the first round beaten. Not texture will of the show. property.
jaw near the ing as good directed
further a sale of aU of the property of said Company and
caused Lewis' second to throw in result but the flavor should be the Mrs. B. A. Bourne, pres. its Receivers, which ale is ordered to be held at LaBelle, Florida,

the towel. same Mrs- W- C. Prewitt, secy..jMX"HK"K on December 7, 1931.

William Dobb. 90 of LaBelle and Notice is hereby given that ,creditors of -The Southern
Sugar Company whose claims, exclusive of
Interest
)Marvin Altman 95 of Clewiston ,. ..KK. ..K..X..MKKK. ..K..HAnd ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:. amount to $1,099 or less win not be entitled to the benefit
fought three rounds to a draw. s: .i'; of th* offer contained in the Plan of a cash payment equalto

- Addison Mathis, 90 of Moore .!. :: 42tt% of the amount of such claim in respect of any
Haven and Felix Helvenston 95 s 4atm. not deposited before the close of business on
December.7 1931 and after said date such
cash offer Is
of Clewiston also mixed the glovesfor
i withdrawn. The withdrawal of said cash offer, however is not
three rounds to a tie decision. .Clew ston ofCourse J.Is J. applicable to creditors whose claims arise out of executory contracts -

Earl Dyess of LaBelle won a or leases. Creditors, to whom the cash payment of 6234%
shah not be available to the of this
knock out from Ralph O'Neal of pursuant provisions notice,may
Clewiston in the initial round of a j. 1ss nevertheless: deposit their claims under the Plan after December 7, .
' 1931, and will continue to be entitled upon consummation of the
scheduled three round battle. Both l
:ris Plan to receive Debentures or Voting Trust Certificates for l:"l" (
Open .
; fighters weighed in at 70 pounds. Common Stock as provided in the Plan. '

. Paul Whidden 95 of Hooker's h. : Except as above stated, deposits of claims against and stockof -
Point and Luther Lowe 90 of Clew- The Southern Sugar Company of all classes and of stock of

' iston fought three rounds to draw. :: aH classes of The Qewiston Company continue to be accepted
a :: iiiExcelent Condition i and the subscription rights to stock: of the New Company conferred -
, Pee Wee Davis. 60 pounds of La- x.s. by the Plan may be exercised, without penalty, until
r.! Belle won a decision over Owen y further notice, but the Reorganization Manager reserves the

'; Wynn 60 of Clewiston after three 1. MV K CX 40 Br>- K-TVBMMMrUMia4 Er *MMMa M KMaaM 3M HXr* V MMtMMM BMMMaHMM s right to terminate such right of deposit and/or subscription at
z: time without notice.
, rounds of glove slinging. 4, any
1 i la order to participate in the benefits of the Plan all creditorsand

ROAD DEPARTMENT TO _:i: The Public is invited to play un'der :;: deposit stockholders without delay of The with Southern one of the Sugar following Company depositaries are urged: For to .

l;; ENFORCE WEIGHT LAWS s Equipment Claims, Unsecured Claims and Receivers Certificates,
f :i: honor system of rules governing : Central Hanover Bank and Trust Company, 70 Broadway,

r;. (Continued from .i. t New York City; For Land Claims, Central Farmers Trust
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page .s,
: Company West Palm Beach Florida
the Course ; For stock: of The
1\ partment does not have the powerof :.;:. ;:::; Southern Sugar Company, and exercise of subscription rights,

r:, ,arrest. but that this lack of authority .ss, Central Hanover Bank and Trust Company, or Union

:., can 'be. overcome by securing v.s ., Guardian Trust Company, Congress and Griswold Streets,
I' cooperation, from the sheriffs s. s Detroit,Michigan,or California Trust Company, 629 South
t of the several .s. ::: Spring Street, Los Angeles, California; For stock of The
;. counties- .s. ..s.V .
' sIt Clewiston Company, County Trust Company of New York
"We are purchasing scales to be 80-Eighth Avenue, New York City.
:' ,: used by. our inspectors and these :: Players are expected ; to register

men will ,be stationed at strategic] -,' REED, ADLER A CO., BITTING INCORPORATED
,: points ont\ e highways with orders 1 :: and pay green fees before :i: Associate Reorganization Manager, Reorganization, Manager, ,

. to halt vehicles suspected of overloads -i s. 724 South Spring; Street, 52 Wall Street,

and, proceed to weigh them. i I =i:' \s; ::: Los Angeles, California. New York City.

, A. deputy sheriff will be stationed i :

with each' tnepecotr and he will V r Dated'Nevemberl7Tl931.

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