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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 11, 1931
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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MOTT WELL PLEASED BELLE XMAS GLADE COMMUNITY PLANS: TREE I EVENLY MATCHED INCREASE STATE REPORTED TREASURY IN BALANCEState SUCCESSFUL MEN ;



; WITH PROSPECTS OF club.Representatives Garden club. of American the Woman's Legion, FIGHTS FEATURE Treasurer W. V. Knott re- IN CONTROL OFGLADESJNBUSTRY > i iI

Legion Auxiliary Home demonstra- ported yesterday that Florida's I
tion club. Ladies Aid and Firemenof
treasury balance had increased over
SUCCESSFUL SEASON Belle Glade met Monday to for- WEEKLYCONTESTS .
._ October.. Reports of. the state funds
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plans -
mulate for a, community -'-- i
Christmas tree at Belle Glade. Decision for November 30 shows a balance !:
J. J. HARRINGTON
NEW CORPORATION IS A PART was reached to have the tree LOSERS ISSUE CHALLENGE FOR of $4.959,827,64 as compared with VICE PRESIDENT REMAINS AS
AND
OF COMMUNITY AND WILL held in the American Legion hall RETURN BOUTS, FOR NEXT a balance of 4374175.12 for October GENERAL MANAGER
MUTUALLY BENEFIT Christmas eve. TUESDAY NIGHT 31. Receipts for Novemberwere

--.- A committee of Lawrence Will. listed on the report as being' -
Charles
Stewart Mott.
When asked about the property, Curtis Webster and George DeLourie With great deal less bloody, and $2,007.098.88 and disbursements ident and member of finance Tice-pres-com- i

Mr. Mott stated that a reorganization was appointed to arrangefor more evenly matched boxers pitted slightly more than 1400000. mittee of General Motors
was possible only through the the financing of the tree. The against each other. -in Clewiston The treasury balance! was reduced was Corporation I
named chairman
of
cooperation of a great majority of Woman's club will supervise the refreshments arena than were on the card the after the first of the month by board of directors of the United the :

creditors and stockholders. He was and the Home Demon- previous week fight tans were the distribution of approximatelyone States Sugar Corporation

satisfied that the new board of directors stration club will provide containers treated to an unusual card of eight and a half'' million dollars to the initial meeting of directorsof Tuesdayat

would do everything within for refreshments, and the bouts Tuesday night.As the credits of the various'' countiesas the new sugar .SL
their power to so conduct and operate Community church will provide an the '''bell announced the open- their portion of the accumulated meeting company. The
was held in Ft. Myers immediately -
the business that all interested appropriate program. ing bout. "Pee Wee'Davis.. 55-pound funds of gasoline. tax collections. after Circuit Judge

parties will enjoy the success of the LaBelle boy was matched against George W. Whitehurst had approved -
enterprise. He further stated that Owen Wynn. 57 Clewiston., for three the sale of
the
properties of the
should it be accomplished a very LEGION SPONSORSCOft1MUNITY rounds of leather pushing. The de- LARGEST TRANSFEROF old Southern Sugar company to the
I ', large portion of the credit for such cision was awarded to Wynn at the new cot poration.J .
'"'ccomplishment was due these cred- close of the bout and the winner
'H. Roberts, president of the
itors and stockholders, who have cooperated TREE immediately accepted a challengefrom REAL.ESTATE
Athey Truss Wheel of
in the reorganization. Young Davis for next Tuesday. company
Chicago, was elected'president
Mr. Mott further stated "Naturally Roy Hare, 67, of Clewiston step- of
the morale of the organizationas FOR LOCAL KIDS ped. in the ring next with Wilbur SINCE BOOM DAYS the. U.S. Sugar Corporation. JamesJ.
Harrington who has been on the
well as the communities in whichit I' McGhee 65 also of Clewiston fora
properties as co-receiver and
is situated will be greatly improved -, COMMITTEE IS NAMED TO RAISE three round draw.- representative of the reorganization as-

by reason of the eliminationof FUNDS: TO PROVIDE JOY The next bout on the card offer- FILING OF PAPERS EXHAUSTS was named vice-president and
the uncertainties that had sur- FOR YOUNGSTERSThe ed promise of fast and furious fight PALM BEACH SUPPLY OF general
manager. Jay W. Moran,
rounded the operation for the past ing as Charles Dobb.. 92 of LaBelle, REVENUE STAMPS
treasurer and William T. Bitting,
year and one-half; this should tend Clewiston Post of the Am- and "Kid" Bright. 9'0, of Ft. -
secretary were also elected at the
j to reduce operating costs as well erican Legion will sponsor a com- Myers faced each other at the open- The largest real estate transac- Ft. Myers meeting.The .

as increase operating efficiency. The munity Christmas free this year (ConUnue4 on pogo 2) tion in Florida since the days of executive committee of the

tonnage of cane this year, due to for all children of the communityand the boom was made this week as Sugar corporation will be composed -

various causes will probably be Clewiston territory. The decision the last formality was made in the of Clarence R. Bitting chair-

I, slightly less than last year, but the was reached at a meeting of the GAS TAX DIVISION transfer of properties of the Southern man; C. S. Mott; J. H. ,Roberts;
tons of sugar produced should be post at Watanabe hotel Tuesday
Sugar company to the United James J. Harrington; 'Harry S. Cov-
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greater.'"Some sixteen. hundred additionalacres night. HALTED 'FOR :RULE States Sugar corporation. Deeds ington, { who is executive vice-
Funds to carry out the work of representing $900.000 were placedon president'' of the National Bank of
of cane have been planted the Christmas tree' will be providedby file at West Palm Beach yester- Commerce of Detroit Harold B.

'j') this fall those and fields as the harvest what pro- popular subscription. A committee OF ,Am. GENERAL day by the new sugar company. Reed. Los Angeles ; attorney, a

gresses containing composed of Victor Blate, chair- The filing of deeds and other member of the associate reorganization -

j have proven to be poor varieties man, Ed Butler.. J. R. Alston, G. B. papers in the transaction completely manager; N. F. S. Rus-"
will be replaced by such varietiesas Thomas, was named to have chargeof AMOS RE-CALLS VISION MADE exhausted the supply of state sell, president United States Pipe

have. proved to be suitable to ther the collection of- funds for the ACCORDING. AREA OF revenue stamps at the Palm Beach and Foundry company of Burllng- ".
-soil. climatic. conditions of the
;:and .,. tree. ', ', h'A_ _. -" "- FLORIDA COUNTIES. clerk's office and it became necessary ton. N.J., and Forest P. Tralles, St.'-
Everglades. In addition to these :::....: _:p. s" '
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forthe
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'C1erk''to ;
.The commander stated, that no Hendry wire the capitol Louis attorney- : .:,.J.<.:> !. :.f''
: Continued county's prospect of receiving "
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are' for an additional supply to care --
large donations: exported from $11.343.65 as credit with Among other members of' the

! _$4 anyone, but it is the desire to have the state treasurer, as a result of for the transfer. board of directors are: Frank P. '
j McGhee Elected every person In the community I distribution of gasoline tax collection Documents included in the trans Allen; William C. Douglas president -

given the opportunity'to partici- was postponed yesterday when, action are: a deed transferringlands Punta Alegra Sugar company;

E Post Commander pate.The [ Comptroller' Efln st Amos recalleda in Martin. Hendry Palm Stewart M. Seymour "attorney, all

commander suggests that division made earlier in the week.i i'I Beach and Glades counties by W. of New York City; Howard W..

[fl American Legion since the members of the committee The postponement was made to W. Sinclair) special master to the Selby West Palm Beach; and A. C.

t may not be able to call in per- 'I await i'i' attorney general's ruling United States Sugar corporation; a Clewis Sr.. Tampa, for whom the

J. A. :McGhee a named commander son on every resident of Clewiston. as to wLat constitutes land under, deed from Sinclair to the Clewiston city of Clewiston is named.

of the Clewiston Legion I II everyone in the community make a the meaning. the gas tax allocation company a $2.000,000 mortgage
special effort to see the membersof from the Clewiston to ,the
act. company
post at the annual election of of- I Season Gets
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ficers held at the Watababe hotel! the committee. "Everyone who Counties bordering on the coast Glades Land company, and a trust Grinding: _
' desires to have a part in makingthe deed between, the United States
P Tuesday night. Other officers se- !had been given credit according to
community Christmas tree Sugar' corporation. Central Han- Under Way TodayGrinding
lected are: J. E. Beardsley vice- possible boundary lines'and not according to
please hand some member of actual over ,Bank and Trust company, and
commander; B. A. Bourne adjut- acreage.
ant; F. D. Duff historian; D. B. the committee your donation" the Munroe county extending from James H. Douglass as trustee. season for the United

_ Allen chaplain; and E. B. Butler commander said. the Florida mainland to Key West States Sugar corporation officially

and CH.. Berner sergeantsatarms.The drew the largest division of funds started this morning at six o'clock
Patterson ReNamedBy
newly elected officers will from the gasoline tax distribution when the machinery of the gigantic

be installed at the next'meeting of 3 SAMPLES SHOWCLEWISTON according to area made late last Island sugar mill at Clewiston. the largestIn

the post which will be held January week. Munroe with 7648> square Diston continental United States was

12. ,miles of land is almost three times set in motion. Grinding had been

WATERUNIFORMLY i (Continued on Page 5) originally scheduled to begin
' Among other business transacted
I': I R. Y Patterson was this week
of Thursday but. was postponed. .
Tuesday night was the report- WEATHER REPORT recommended to Governor Carltonfor
committee that The season is expected to extend
welfare safety zone
GOODSTATE Clewiston reappointment to succeed him-
American into April as the approximate 1400
signs bearing the Legion
Day Max. Min. Rain self as a member of the board of
acres of cane will be harvested.
emblem. and warnings had been Sunday............... 83 71 supervisors of Diston Island drain-
placed at road crossings near the ,Monday............... 82 70 .04 age district. The recommendation First harvest operations started by
HEALTH BOARD GIVES hand last week. Both hand cuttingand
, school building. Tuesday............. 85 71 .35 was made at a special meeting of
i. RATING OF "VERY GOOD"TO harvesting machines will be
15 and
There were members one
Wednesday ........ 83 71 .43 the land owners who had previously .
SUPPLYThe used. Five" of the mammoth harvesting -
l visiting Legionnaire present at the Thursday ............ 84 67 been notified of the meeting. machines
invented by R. S.
I meeting." Friday ................? 85 63 Diston Island is one of the freight ,
C consistent good qualities ofClewlston's Faulkner, were loaded on .
I I Saturday.............. 82 60 most Important drainage districts '
water is shown this (Continued on Page 5)
functioning in the Everglades and

\ Ford Coupe Stolen week when the light and water Rainfall for week ...:......., .80 much of the lands of the United I
plant received a report on three
Previous rainfall .............. 35.52 States Sugar corporation Is locat- Former Sheriff Says
samples of Clewiston water from
Near Fights Tuesday ed within the boundaries of the
the state board of health. The water
II Rainfall to date .......,......... 36.32 district. ,It is located west of Clew- He Will Enter Race..
is classed as "very good" in the of- Miami ,Locks iston.

I!II i: A 1926 Ford model T coupe own ficial report. I Day Max. Min. Rain Laws governing, the election of

'J ed by C. J. Loworn was stolen The three samples forwarded 'to Sunday............... 83 68 supervisors provide that in case a R. H. Hancock, former sheriff of

from its parking place at the boxing ,- the state department early this: Monday............... 84 67 I majority of landowners are not Hendry county, stated In a letterto
' arena here Tuesday night between month were taken at random from Tuesday............. 86 :71 .63 present at any special meeting of the News this week that he will
eight and ten o'clock. The the water supply here and In the Wednesday......... 84 68 .35 I the board for the purpose of elections be a candidate for the office of

,i" loss was discovered about ten chief engineer's analyses' of this Thursday ............ 83 65 those present may draw recommendations sheriff' subject to the June primaries. -

o'clock and Sheriff H. L. DeLaney samples no fermentation was shownIn Friday ................. 85 64 to be forwarded to Hancock was appointed to'the

r and Deputies Young and Hayes and the presumptive tests after 48 Saturday .............. 87 63 the governor for appointment.Mr. office by. Governor Carlton;;upon the
> Constable Ed Butler were immedi- hours. Colon confirmation is mark- Patterson has served in this removal of Dan L. McLaughlin: ". in

ately notified. Police officers at ed "none" for all three samples Rainfall for week .............. .96 capacity for 3 years. 1930 and remained until the senate ,

LaBelle, Ft. Myers Moore Haven submitted. The bacterial count 'at Previous Rainfall ................ 35.37 refused to approve the removal'of!.
Arcadia and Sebring were also informed the end. of, 24 hours showed 160- DEVON CATTLE PURCHASEDFOR McLaughlin in the 1931 session.Mr. ,,'
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of the theft but no traceof 200, and,. 186 for the three containers Rainfall. to date .................., 36.33 BELLE GLADE STATION ., Hancock' said ,he would of-
the missing car has been found. of water- South I5ny ficially announce later and would

The car bore a 1931 Florida license I "From a knowledge of the sourceof Day Max. Min. Rain Eleven head of Devon cattle were present his platform shortly after

plate number 203-587 and supply, its handling and treat- Sunday ......_........ 82 66 I received by the state experimental the new year. His letter follows: .

i I' contained, among other things two ment, and the above analytical data Monday.......-........ 84 68 station at Belle Glade this week and "I hope this will answer the per-

sets of, golf clubs. of these samples as submitted, we Tuesday ..._......".. 84 64 .70 seven more are expected within a I'sistent inquiries ,as to whether or?
'. It is, believed that the car"was would say that the bacterial or, sanitary Wednesday .......... 82 62 ..05 short ,time. These cattle were ship- not I expect to enter the race" for
L not driven, far from Clewiston.' but ) "quality of the water -is very Thursday........... 82 62 ped from Brookhaven. Miss., and .sheriff of this county when I say '

.. a hasty search of the surrounding good says the report. Friday ........._....... 86 62 .15 are owned by the United States that I will make my formal an-

I roads failed to locate the machine.I Saturday ....:......... 84 62 department ,of agriculture. The nouncement shortly after the first
1- Anyone having. information as to SCHOOL CLOSES cattle are primarily a duopurposebreed of the ,year. At which time I will

the whereabouts of the car are I Clewiston's school will close for Rainfall for week..;............ .90 but are being used at the announce in positive terms the pol-

asked to communicate with Mr I the Christmas holidays next Friday Previous rainfall ..:....;........ 40.14 Belle' ,Glade station as an experi- icies I expect to follow if elected. ,
.c. f- Lovvorn at the Clewiston News December 18, and will re-open ment in raising' baby beef cattle in Respectfully

office. shortly after the new ;year. Rainfall. $o date ,-,.,.,,...'",..., 41.04 the: Everglades. : R. H. HANCOCK."

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FACE TWO THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11. 1931.:

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THE CLSWI3TON NEWS

fostallnformation .

Published every Friday In Clewiston,

Florida by tho CLEWISTON NEWS '
Inc. The best way to avoid the last- ,1
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minute Christmas rush is to shop, ( "

Entered as second class matter. now and mail early. "\"

February 1, 1927, at the Post Office Compliance with the following

at Clewiston, Florida, under the Act .
rules will aid In preventing the holiday -- -'
of March 3, 1897.A .
congestion of the mails.

newspaper devoted to the best All parcels should be securely-

Interests of Hendry County, Florida.Its '7Bkfahr + t e' !b 44 '' CY wrapped with strong paper and

leading newspaper. ; heavy twine-
44:
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Articles easily broken or crushed .
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Subscription rate: per year$2.00

Outside ef State of Florida ......$2.50 I j must be securely wrapped.,

:II ; ; Kg crated and boxed. Each .package

Advertising rates furnished on ap I __ should be marked "Fragile/ .

'!-: r'i Addresses should be complete
plication. I
'ynirrlr: with house number and name oC

street. postoffice box or rural route:
Business office, Clewiston News
number typed or plainly''' written in:
Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and MAMMOTH WHEELS, SUCH AS THOSE SHOWN ABOVE BEGAN TO TURN THIS MORNING AS
ink. Put address on one side ot:
THE ANNUAL GRINDING SEASON OF THE SUGAR INDUSTRY BEGAN HERE. THERE WAS NO CEREMONY -
Advertising, same. package only! A return address;
I ATTACHED TO THE OPENING .OF THE SEASON.
should be placed in the upper left:
THIS VIEW SHOWS BUT A SMALL PART OF TIlE MACHINERY USED IN THE MILL HERE TO
Telephone 339 hand corner of every piece of mail:
CONVERT THE CANE INTO RAW SUGAR, WHICH. AT PRESENT IS SHIPPED TO SAVANNAH GA.
Postage must be
I fully prepaid omall
FOR REFINING. mail.

EVIDENCING FAITH No parcel may be more than 100

playing systems.- Much in comparison transportation enterprises. Thus, in- inches in length and girth nor exceed -

The old story of hard times and SUGAR COMPANY 70 in
to some athletic game, newspapers creased activity on the part of those pounds weight.
lack of faith in the Everglades by .
are reporting the progressof Insure or register valuable mail.

many of the residents of northernand the bridge tournament. A guardis rendering these services as well as Do not place written matter within --

western states was, In all probability .posted at the door of the suitein SALE COMPLETED the potential development of asso- a parcel.

heard by those who soughtto which the 150-rubber contest is I ciated or allied industries or operations Incoming mall will be distributedand

raise funds to purchase the pro- being played. may be traced, either directly outgoing mail will be dispatched. -

perties of the old Suthern Sugar Just to make the game interest- 'FAR REACHING PLANS FOR EX or indirectly, to the rehabilitation Window service is not requiredon

company and build the financial PANSION ARE ALREADY, Christmas day;
ing Culbertson has posted 5.000 THE'1\IAIaNG of the sugar Industry in the y--"
structure of the United States IN
to be given to charity against Everglades by United States Sugar

States Sugar Corporation. But con- Lenz' $1000 also to go to charityas ---.- Corporation. EVENLY MATCHED BOUTS

sider the results to see what faith forfeit by the loser. The sale at Hendry County Court FEATURE TUESDAY'S CARD:

still exists In the Everglades abilityto Never has a card game caused House,. LaBelle, of the properties of AN ECHO

produce wealth. In effect more such interest as the CulbertsonLenzmatch The Southern Sugar Company to (Continued from page 1))

than $5,000,000 was raised. now being played. A London Fish yarns have had their fling, j ing gong. Neither fighter seemed tofbe >

The Everglades has been beset by labor paper has devoted columns of United States Sugar Corporation was I and the' Everglades has played itt putting any punch in his blows.
confirmed by Judge George W. '
many mkforutnes that would have space iu its news to mention of the part in furnishing local color and and although gloves were flying;

been imp'ssible to overcome by the game, and all daily papers of the Whitehui'st, In chambers. TueJday': setting for many of the most vivid fast none of the blows were really

average section of the United United States are carrying hand-by- at Fort Myers. fish stories told from coast to shoved home. As the first round!,

States, and yet the Everglades is hand accounts of this unusual The confirmation of, the sale coastbut now here comes a story was drawing to a close the referee
places the properties in the controlof
now emerging bigger and better championship play. from Bowling Green about a hunt- Ed Butler stopped the bout for faiLure -
the new which is the'!
than ever. The new corporation tak- Needless to say the world is in- company ing trip where one man, with one to fight.

ing over the sugar industry is well terested in the game. outcome of the plan for reorganiz- shot, killed his season's bag of Felix Helvenston, 95, of Bare

financed, and is taking up the pro- ation on which creditors and stock- deer-two big, fine bucks. The man. Beach won a decision over Maxwelll

gress whore the Southern Sugar holders have been working for some' is County Commissioner G. N. Al- Brannon, 95, of LaBelle in three

company left off. The new companyis DID YOU EVER STOP TO THINKBy months and as a result these prop britton, who returned recently froma rounds.

In better financial condition than erties are now in strong hands and I .
Three scheduled
trip to the Everglades with two negro fights were -

was its predecessor; it can profit by Edson R. Waite Shawnee; Okla. should result in a' stronger developmentl trend 150-pound bucks which he brought: for appearance; "King" Solo-

the experiments conducted by the toward the industrial down with a single shot. He did mon, 136 pound Harlemite and
Marvin E. Holderness. vice presi- the'
Florida
of Southern particularly
,
old company which any enterprise II not divulge the location where the Charles Denton 134, also from Har-
dent of the First National Bank of Everglades.All .
would have to conduct before work- trick shot was made but you can't lem slung the leather for three
St. Louis, says: of the capital stock of the
.
ing out all the details of production.The much blame a hunter from keeping rounds with the judges decision
almost lost
That whistling is a new is to be placed under
plans of the new company are company such secrets when It Is realized that calling the bout a draw.J. .
art. When and I were kids:
you the control of three voting trus-
to further development of the natural .
the one shot keeps him from any Veil and Willie Johnson 150
whistled. Whistlers '
everybody were tees so as to Insure the continuityof C
resources of the Everglades. 'I' more deer hunting this season pound local negroes, carried a.
says
better and best but it
good I
,
poor policy, the voting trustees being
c Tracts of land found less suited to usefuT the Clewiston News. The paper adds fight to the beginning of ,the third
was a art and everybody; Mr. Charles F. Kettering, vice president -
cane culture will be utilized for that five other deer were broughtin round when Johnson tossed in the
practiced it, regardless of age. sex I in charge of research. General
other purposes as expansion pro- by the party in which Mr. Al- towel. after he had received numerous -
color or locality. There was the: Motors Corporation. Detroit; Mr.
gresses.In britton was hunting. And the News rights to the side of the
shrill whistle used for signal or call Moye W. Stephens attorney at law, V
II
who have
the opinion of those
adds: "And some people will tell head.
purposes; the tuneful whistle that Los Angeles, and Mr. Harry S.
studied the soil, climate, conditionsand ,lof
you that game is scarce in the Charlie Johnson 169 pound
carried the notes of popular -
perfectly Covington. mentioned above.
other pertinent factors in cane j'I Everglades.TimesUnion.. Clewiston iceman. walked away-
melodies the short or long
; The united States Sugar Corporation -
growing In the Everglades. there with his dark opponent Battling:
whistle. denoting pleasure -
exclamatory is adequately capitalized and
are many allied industries that can ADVERTISING DOES SELL Jimmy of Belle Glade. Johnson's:
fear,
disappointment surprise has been guaranteed ample working
be orofitably carried on hero.
weight advantage of ten pounds'
a note for every sudden change In capital by an underwriting syndicate -I
mentioned is the
frrx those Josh I Occasionally we run across a man made up for the difference in ex-
the gamut of human feeling. of which Whalen & Companys
-Htrrungof beef cattle for market. I! who says that he does not believe perience of the two Afro-American
Billings once said he could alwaysgo manager and which has agreed
With proper attention hundreds of > in advertising and its power to sell pugilists. Battling Jimmy issued a
down into the dark cellar much
to provide funds up to '
acres of land near here now Idle more courageously if he whistled his 00 This amount $3.000,000'-1 I goods. Like most men who makp challenge to the Clewiston negro

could be made to produce sufficient I I such statements, he does so with- for next Tuesday's bouts. The chal-
< way. We whistled in the sunshineand conversion of the current liabilitiesof
feed for caftle. and by raising feed out a knowledge of the facts. The lenge was accepted.
whistled in the dark. Jimmy
we the old company into long-term
stuffs with which molasses, can be chances are he has never given the Aldeen (Pepper Martin) Norris
Jones the champion whistler. of in
as bonds and debentures. as provided
mixed. there is every reason to believe subject any study beyond his own 115 of Moore Haven won a close'
Dallas back in the 90's was
County the plan of reorganization, assures
that the cattle here can be superficial opinion. It is difficult decision over Alden Wallase 115
just as famous as Dick Daily is today the new company freedom from fin-
raised for market at very profitable these days to understand how a man of Clewiston in the last'fight of
even if Dick is captain and ancial worries. '
prices. It Is a known fact that muchof could entertain these views who the evening.
quarterback on the Fordyce High. The competent management headed -
the land bordering on the cane gets up in the morning at the alarmof I
champions of the state.A by Mr. Charles Stewart Mott in-
fields can be made into poultry a Connecticut clock. buttons on NEW FEATURES ON
college professor in. recent cludes men who have made out- ,
farm a pair of Ohio suspenders to Iowa' 1932 CHEVROLET CARS
months wrote a derogatory and decrying standing success in their own linesof
The United States Sugar Corporation buttons sewed to Chicago trousers.
editorial the practice of the active
on activity. To place man-
is destined to be a forerunner whether puts on a pair of shoes made in I Chevrolet's new car for 1932
whistling, but it is doubtful agement of the new corporation in
of outstanding development in Flor- Boston, washes in basin was
a Pittsburgh on display Saturday at dealer
.anybody took seriously his out- such able hands is to assure its efficient '
ida, and particularly the Everglades using Cincinnati showrooms
soap. a com- throughout the nation.
burst the and manly
against simple and courageous. yet conserva-
section. mon towel made in New Hampshire j Embodying silent syncromeshi
art. Surely no red-blooded American tive operation. Far-seeing plans fora
o sits down at a Grand Rapids table,i transmision in combination with
concede that whist-
would ever justifiable expansion of the com-
THE 72nd CONGRESS eats pancakes made of Minneapolis[ selective
evi- free-wheeling, a 20 percent -
low in
ling voices mentality or pany's operations are already :
flour Kansas City bacon fried on j increase in power, top speed
dences an admission of defeat. We the making. Certain lands now own- :1"
The seventyseventh.congress a St. Louis stove; buys fruit put I of 65 to 70 miles an hour, steam-
shall to look further for the to growingof
study have ed which are. unsuited '
convened Monday to the prob- up in California, seasoned with i i line bodies and a wealth of other
decline of the practice. Have the cane will be disposed of or put
lems now confronting the countryand Rhode Island spices puts on a hat,: new features the new car remains
radio and the professional entertainers to other uses. Additional lands to
offer; if they are able, a work- made in Philadelphia, gets into al!I I in the same range of the current
made ashamed to "pucker be
abandoned
us replace those may
able method of curing the alleged Detroit tractor filled with Texas:|! series. the lowest at which a Chevrolet -
"
? Or, are we so materialistic that acquired when, in the. opinion of the I
structure.The gasoline, hooks it to'an Indiana' has sold.
we are getting far away from nature's management, it is desirable to do ever
House Is Democratic, Its plow works all day on the farm,i I Heralded as "The Great American -
and profitable Scientific will be utilized -
simple, joyful so. research
speaker was selected from the dem- crawls at night under a Vermont Value for 1932." the -
i car i '
usages? to improve the types of cane and .
ocratic party by a small majority.The blanket to be kept awake by a dog. boasts more extensive changes than '
This is study the of the soil wellas
just one on the productivity as
cabinet and Senate are republican the only home product o nthe place 'any annual Chevrolet model since- ,
of living lives. The to discover that
subject happy a crop or crops
Thus congress has the opportunity and then tries to tell the world that the change-over to a six in 1928.
to strive for the be either in
con-
produced
sooner we cease can
to cast aside party differences advertising doesn't sell merchan- Yet changes
are mostly refinementsover
the shall be with itself on
artificial. sooner we junction the cane or
and work in unison to the dise.-Hatch (N. Mex.) Reporter. the basic design of the 1931
happy. Let us be our real selves lands unsuited to cane cultivation.It .
upbuilding of faith in the political car which, from the
and intended that such standpoint of
is possible
over again whistling singing
party system of the nation. or it "}{ummy, daddy isn't so rich as public acceptance, was the most I
be harvested
life. will
dancing and, leading the simple auxiliary crops
may resort to petty bickerings to we are. is be?" successful in the "
of the
history
Tt isn't necessary!; for all of us to during the present "dead season,
the utmost disgust of all constitu- "Why do you think that?" company, and brought Chevrolet
get rich and we don't have to keep thus actively employing the cornpany's
ents. The opportunity presents it- "He doesn't wear such nice first place in the industry duringthe
with thp Joneses- Back yonder capital the year round and
'aelf. It is for the members of the up
clothes and has to work while we highly competitive market of
two houses to decide their plan.COXTRACT some of us didn't 'see any money but assuring steady employment to labor go motoring.-Exchange. tile past 12 months.

o about once a ;\'ear. and not very much which in turn will result in further

BRIDGE then, but we had three square mealsa economies in the sugar operations.An -

day. and a warm place to sleen indication of the company's 0A.J..JJ..:..J
Why has contract bridge taken Too many people expect too much contribution to the revenues of the o.

nowadays and don't realize that state of Florida may be had whenit
such a hold on the people of the Turbine Pumps
United States? Is It because of in- they could be happv with much less. is noted that the company has recently f

creased development of the public's Let us hark back to the good old liquidated its tax debts. The

minds or is it because in their idle whistling days.In utilization of over three thousand for :

employees 'results in increased pur- |
moments the people need

form of diversion and turn to some con- these days the old adage is chasing power which is tangibly Economical Drainage and Irrigation =i

tract? worth remembering: "Keep your evidenced in the revenues of the bus-

Regardless of the reason, the fact face toward the sun and the shadows iness houses in the Everglades dis- I.

still stands that will fall behind )'ou.-" trict. Further benefits will be de- '
people are interested Geo. W. Fowler
in this past time. This is clear- Gainesville Sun. rIved by concerns throughout the Inc. :|

shown the interest state which will be called upon to .
ly by taken in established 1904 I
And another thing. Mr. Canrthl furnish the company's requirementsof
the tournaments now being stagedby
Lenz and Culbertson, in New tho it pains ns to mrtIt so -bluntly materials and supplies and the MACHINE\ SHOP SALES REPAIRS A r-' \
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-it's people like you who cause transportation of these productswill West Palm Beach, Fla. 7X"X
York
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1,,1 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11. 1931 THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGB THREE '" .

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CAN YOU IMAGINE LaBELLE BOYS TROUNCE SCHOOL PERSONALSVan
CLEWISTON IN IL\RD GAME I
I : Van Bush with little feet. Bush .
motored to Pahokee to

i ;: 1- THECBLUE and HITE CJ3AGJW..cH( II I five George minutes.Bestor in his seat for Clewiston(By Richard boys put Bestor up a hard) but a movie Betty Sunday and Roberta night. Spicer wentto -

''I Mary Louise Oglesby missing a ''losing battle against the big red West Palm Beach Saturday.
t problem in algebra. The Moore Haven and
Clewiston
'
team from
I LaBelle here last Friday -
I Lily Merle Wynn:,getting "E" in junior high basketball teams play-
Editorial Staff NINTH AND TENTH GRADESCONDUCT night. The LaBelle team came
Spanish. : ,ed a double header here Tuesday
CHAPEL EXERCISES ,. over and won in a blaze of glory.
I Chief Louise Oglesby; Halson 'Avant with short legs. night. .
I Editor in Mary Scoring started early in the first
''l-i, Assistant Editor ._...... Unison Avant Marvin Altman jumping center. I quarter. Several times the Blue and The LaBelle basketball teams
iH I Assistant Editor Mae Lily Stone Morning exercises held in the Mary Bush not asking every girl I White rushed down the court but played Clewiston here Friday night.
I
school auditorium each Friday, in the school to go to Miami with I LaBelle
.', j Sports Editor ........ Richard Bestor LaBelle checked them each time. winning both games.
, ; Sports Editor ..mm_..._. Evelyn Hare were conducted last week by the her Christmas. Edward Bronson was outstandingfor Bernice Guthrie is spending the .
" : Humor Editor .............Usler Mathis ninth and tenth grades. The program -I Mae Lily Stone being still. LaBelle, while Avant and Hooks week in Pahokee.

Social Editor ............. Betty Spicer rendered by the students was Betty Spicer wearing rouge and did the scoring for Clewiston. Bobby Patterson spent Saturdayin

Cartoonist .................. Anne Mathis as follows: I I lipstick to school. Both teams are in good shape West Palm Beach. '
Business Manager .-_....... Roy Green Song-by the school. Evelyn Hare'not wearing rouge but the LaBelle boys outplayedand Merril Lowe spent the week end : '
I and lipstick to school. at Bare Beach
I camp. -
Devotionals-Roy Green. I out-weighed the Clewiston boys.
Raymond Mabrey keeping hismouth Annie Mathis absent
from
was ,
FIKST" Song-"I Come to Thee"-Miss The gate receipts, which amounted -
"SAFETY
closed. her school duties .
Monday. : .
Drew. to ?18 58 are to be turned over
George Hooks using some sense. Marvin Atlman
was absent from
'
Reading, "Little Jim"-Mary to the athletic association.The
Safety habits are a fine thing to James Beardsley having his school half day Monday.
Louise Oglesby. game felt the loss of Bobby "
make a part of our daily loutine. I Song-by the school.A 'Black Lincoln.1Harold Hare, who was prevented from Mary Louise Oglesby spent Monday -
One of the first laws of human nature Lang wearing a pair of in West Palm Beach where she
lives negro debate-Mae Stone, Lily playing on account of a broken
to and protect shoes. went to receive medical
is
preserve treatmentBetty
Wynn, Richard Bestorm, George nose, received in ,a boxing bout
from anything that may tend to o .-- I. Spicer, Evelyn Hare. Tommy -
I
Bestor and Marvin Atlman here the previous week.
shorten it. CLEWISTON SCHOOL BOYS Hooks, and William Hooks
I motored -
Dr. Bailey, pastor of the First -o
We are confronted with very dan- GO OUT FOR BOXING to Moore Haven Sunday afternoon -
Church of Clewiston a short
gave
life. SCHOOL PICTURES MADE
day of our
factors every .
gerous
I The automobile and the public high- but very interesting talk. Clewiston boys gO out for boxingin I .
I combine to form one of the o. a big way. There are now ten Clewiston school was visited NOTICE-
way
most dangerous things we have to HAVE YOU NOTICED future leather pushers in the Clew- Thursday by Mr. Merrel, who has I I The annual meeting of the stockholders -

innocent life iston school. With such boxers are I. been taking individual pictures of of First Bank of Clewiston,
Safety education should be a partof Betty Spicer and Tommy Hooks, "Kid" Altman, "Golloping Hookie", the pupils of the school. Although',I I will be held in the office of the
every child's equipment. The preschool together at the basketball games? ."Southpaw" Lowe, "K. 0." Hooks. every child's picture was taken and Bank at Clewiston Hendry County, '1
child is a fine place to be- Marvin Altman and Lida Wallace "Red" Winn "Stud" Hare and each was given a print the Child-I Florida on January 7th J.932 at
gin. The public schools have nobly together? "One-Round" O'Neal the Clewiston ren are not required to I Eight. O'clock P. M. for the purpose

.i-.o oiided to the new and added Bobby Hare's broken nose? school can turn out a boxing team pictures. Under arrangements with I of election of officers for the year
I need for safety instruction in the William Hooks and Evelyn Hare that will give a good account of the photographer 15 per cent of the 1932.
I'. 1 I last few yeais- The schools cannot walking home from school together themselves in any school of equal profits from the pictures will be (Signed) ELBERT L. STEWART,

I "_'\ take all thE! responsibility. The child ? size. turned over to the school. Cashier.

safe when in the care of -- ---
i is usually -- -.... -
teachers.
The highway in Clewiston formsa
dangerous place to walk or to play.
.
Children having to cross it shoulduse c.' .. .. .' .
a great deal of precaution. The ; ... -
school will cooperate in any way ( K'1::: :

possible to prevent accidents" and The, first ancri only ;:, -

promote "SAFETY o FIRST. .,,,- ,_% {}i l : 2:, .. : .'-' f::.\:?>": '.:,' -.

VALUE OF ATHLETICSBy '.' ; : );'.:$. 1...:.,.. low rni8Titth .::; ;r-:. t:.. ,':
: -.f: '; ;. prlo.n11 '. >,':::
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". ._:.., ). ; 1': ';" .': v.., 'i'I_ .-
( Mary Oglesby) .

Is.there. really any value gained ':
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from athletics? This question. whichis .
often asked by' many people, has
caused much discussion. About the : i Syncro lesh.Shlft 'L/ :

first important point concerning :
athletics is the good sportsmanshipwhich
is taught and practised in all
'

athletic learned contests.this lesson After an he athlete devel- \ ;'
has
ops a 'clean character.. Athletics is : and Free WlleelingJ'i [ i iH

not mentally only of ,value because physically the ,athletesare but also : :

-, ,. ,,
required to maintain a passing :: ', ::' -;

grade in order to play on any recognized ,.I :'
.
is team.creating an interest in ", : -
This
:
) school work. Doctors will advise one, : :

to enter in athletics for healthful* .: : :' -'t ._ :" ?...
i/ r '
strong reasons constitution.and for the What building could of be a I :?;.fX; : : > : ; :: ::

of more value to us than a strong : .
healthy body? Even our parents en-

joy clean, wholesome athletics. ::
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"GOOD SPELLEIIS" SHOW : :
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LAST WEEKIn .
INCREASE OVER ;. < '
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Miss Williams' room for this : .. .
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I week Conrad Clark, Pat McGhee,I Tt .i'

Elva Alston, Dorothy Bethes, Betty : .
:, 'I Hooks, and Dorothy Lang. rankedat -', ./i : : .
the top in list of "Good Spellers." :.
Perfect grades in Mrs. Prewitt's .:': The new Chevrolet Six combines the advantages of two inventions _: ..>:' -

.
J room for the week totaled 14; they :

f are Elizabeth: Julia Oglesby Davis. Betty Leonard Dunty Thomas., Gus ;r> Syncro-Mesh and Free Wheeling. to assure quick, quiet, easy gear- .:l- z

.
f r: :'I"" Swindle Cantrell., Bobby Beulah Collins Guthrie, Armeda Alma _.;:. shifting and positive control of the car under -every driving condition '; ;...

Howell Runell McGhee, Martha ::: ,. : I

Harris, Elizabeth Winn, Jimmie :: !
Bethea, Hagar Lowe Walter /0.- One of the biggest driving thrills in modea. and car control, far beyond anything you have i

Vaughn, Edward Belden. Ann Dun- .< ern motoring is now available at one of ever enjoyed before. They give you quick, quiet,easy .: :- :: I

r!i : ty, Robert Dunty, Mary Mathis. the very lowest prices in the automobile market shifting and complete ,mastery of the car,. under all .' .

.' t Jimmy Smith. Estelle Pooley Padgett David Smith, and Ernest Dewey Silent Syncro-Mesh gear-shifting is combined with simplified conditions of road and traffic. They enable you to do : ;;:,' I

::Hv'' Davis. The grades were made in a Free Wheeling in the new and finer Chevrolet Six! things in driving that are impossible to do in a car ) I f

i' review test conducted last week.) without both these. features. :'J i
No other car offers this double-feature for ; :.
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GIRLS BASKETEERS LOSE BO little money. Syncro-Mesh is recognized PRICED AS LOW AS Then, along with these two big motor- .

; __ 37-11 GAME TO LaBELLE as the most advanced type of ing thrills-Chevrolet offers you 60-horse-

I ,!. T.4).) By a 37-11-count LaBelle girls transmission ever developed by engi- Q4: 7. 5 power "six" performance, higher speed, ,

: I f :" marched triumphantly through :: neering science. Free Wlteelingia that new, faster acceleration, greater smoothness; ,

Clewiston's younger players in a up-to-date sensation which adds so much smarter Fisher bodies, matchless economy I
I I
fast basketball game Friday night. to the zest of driving. The two make a. AH I'rica'. o. &. Flint Michigan.Ciinrrolet and a first cost among the lowest
and team ,
The remarkable passing matchless combination! They bring Motor Company, in the motor car market. Certainly, !
the visitors is largely responsible I
work of ,
for the wide difference in about an entirely new kind of driving Dlvition Detroit ef,Grmral Michigan Motor*. it's tho great American value for 19321 '

Clewiston

Bethea made six points for Clew-
and Wynn made five points.
iston

Padgett's enabled her accurate to score eye 30 points and aim for NEW CHEVROLET SIX ._ e

LaBelle while her team mate !I

Crews. added seven. THE GREAT AMERICAN VALUE FOR 1983 i
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Richard Bestor to Betty Spicer ... t
DEALER BELOW
sure SEE. YOUR
are
You know, some people 1i t
about some things. tf
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Betty-Yes, you're so green you
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can't grow. -- .- CLEWISTON MOTOR COMPANY -; .
Evelyn Whycouldn't
Merle to
Lily play cards on Noah's CLEWISTON, FLORIDA ..
they
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PAGE FOUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11 IDS!:: \


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]!HOI;;;' Spirit. Yon should read the ,in- MOXEY-CREDIT named to, succeed her in the. Lee several state departments, that have '

'uithip'eon$CbOOI troduciioju and eir'&Eatiyu as tak- By ,Judge John W. DodgeA County work according to an an- to do with motor transportationover

en from the best \vriteis and set out Blessing; A Curse nouncement by Miss Flavia Gleason, the highways is the principal

in the tirst of thi Ttf=';'Jn. We hear of, think of and speakof state home demonstration agent. purpose.of the conference to be held

money daily, even hourly, as we Both women are graduates of the in the middle of the month. Mem- ,

BASKETBALL TEAMS: never have before. It is the subjectand Florida State College for Women. bers of the special committee ap- f!'

FOR DECEMBER 13. 1PS1. WIX FROM CLEWISTOX theme of high, and low rich :Miss Belcher has taught home eco- pointed by the Governor are: E. S. ........

SUBJECT: John's Vision On Pat- and poor. nomics at the Arcadia high school Matthews Chairman Cary D- Landis, ,

mos. MOORE HAVEN Fla., Dec., SOn Money. however( is largely a mere and the Louisana Polytechnic Insti- Robt.: W. Bentley. W. S. McLin. .,

GOLDEN TEXT: "I am the first medium of exchange. It 1 is the thing tute at Ruston.AUTHORITY. Ernest Amos. Claude Pepper all of

and the last: I am he that liveth." .- last Tuesday evening December :- which being generally used and accepted Tallahassee; W. L. Stanley. Atlanta. -

Rev. 1: 17, 18. 8th the boys and girls basketball as having, or being backed up : FOR ROAD LAW Ga.. W. E. Kay,'R. L. Frink, A.

LESSON TEXT: Revelation 1:4- teams representing the by value of some kind, is used as a Y. Mllam all of Jacksonville, and
Moore Haven high school, won a JACKSONVILLE. Fla. Further
denominator of value. It enables peo- William L. Wilson. Panama City.
18.TIME double victory: from the Clewiston I steps toward fixing the question'of
: About A. D, 95. ple to transact business or make
school. authority and responsibility for en-
INTRODUCTION: "This book is .. contracts and to carry out the "Florida has made more prog-
The Moore Haven girls were real I forcement of the laws looking toward
one of the best attested of early same-to dxchange property. serv- ress than any state," writes Col. C-
anxious to taste the fruit of another -, the preservation of the highways of 9
time. However many modern ices or other things of value. Van Deventer, head of federal and
victory and began the the state will be taken Tuesday
scholars have argued that John the game byt Credit is far more powerful than state participation department of
playing an excellent brand of bas- Dec. 15. when a hearing will be
beloved' disciple could not have money. Ninety per cent. of all busi- exhibits. Chicago 1933 World's Fair
ketball. Shortly after the hadi i held in Tallahassee. This is infor-
game
written both the Revelation and the ness is a mere exchange for credit. in writing to Florida manager of
started the outcome evident mation given by the Florida State
was -
Fourth Gospel, alleging their great very Credit is the world's greatest ,meth- exhibits. Earl W. Brown. "As we
to the crowd of interested Chamber of Commerce through
differences in language style and ) od and means of sales and ex- follojv your plans and publicity we
spectators for goal after goal was William L. Wilson vice presidentand
ideas. But on the contrary there change.We feel sure that you will have a most
made by Thielen and Roberts. The chairman of the industrial com-
have been shown many: remarkable are suffering today from a lack attractive exhibit of Florida's-
entire team of the girls functioned mittee ,of that body.
correspondences between the two of credit-frozen ,credits-a refusal sources and wonderful recreation
Excellent accurate The conference is
as one. passing forthcoming
Books all : of those who control credit "
in three respects. The last ,to use features.
shooting and close guarding en- called by E. S- Matthews chairmanof
historical or allow it to be used
notice of St. John in the by men and

New Testament (except the openingof abled the girls to' win easily by the, women who can furnish propertyor the Florida'RaH'road Commission .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,

the Revelation) finds him in Jeru- score of 22 'to 3. 'i|' services to ,others, but have no and also chairman of a special .:..:..:.....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
Although the boys won their committee appointed by Governor
salem when Paul visited the city I medium (credit) with which to
game from Clewiston. by a score of I Carlton at a conference between law
after his first missionary: journey f bring about a sale or exchange of I
15 to 9, the game was by no means! enforcement authorities transportation C. E. STEBELDealer
(Acts 15:6) Tradition fixes on property or seryices.Manufacturers .
the firs't.half' officials. railroad bus
onesidedDuring including
Ephesus as the scene of his latter .... are equipped to in
very few points were registered and truck lines. and a special com-
ministrations and it is probablethat make merchandise of all kindstheywant
Moore Haven making but a single] mittee of the Florida State Cham- General Electric Refrigerators
the seven churches of Asia-en- to sell it. The masses 'wantto
field goal and Clewiston failed to' ber of
joyed his care (Rev. 1:11). When ; purchase merchandise, and, other commerce. Electrochef Stoves
register even a single point. After I Following the meeting of ,some
John penned the Revelation, prob- things. They have services, labor
the: rest period both teams played weeks Attorney General Gary
ably in A. D. 95, he was in the a I even property which they desire to ago Radios and Supplies
better game of basketball. Clewis- D. Landis handed down an opinion:
island of Patmos an exile for the ; exchange to sell to deliver to other Radio Repairing /
ton threatened to take the lead! which cleared the question of authority -
word of God and the testimony of people. But there are no means, ;
several times but ,was unable to for law enforcement in this Pahokee Florida i I
Jesus' (Rev. 1:9)-John probably methods. money, credit or other facil- KENJOY
check the consistent shooting of respect. Further discussion looking
outlived by many years all the oth: I ities open to the masses. as' the med-
Moore Haven. tow coordination of
er disciples. and was about a hun- iums of exchange. Stagnation' has
Moore Haven boys. (15) : DanieL effort
dred :years old when he died. The resulted. i

Revelation is the prophetic ,Book of forward; Roberts forward; Peeples The fundamental cause of our depression iI
center Williams'!, guard Daugh- -N I
the He / Testament. It was written ; ; is. therefore, the lack of
trey guard Cothern guard.
:i<5 its '):J2nlr verse tells us. "to ; agencies and instrumentalitieswhich
Clewiston boys. (9) Altm
: n.
-how iliL ctiings which must short can 'bring, about an 'exchange
'.forward; Green forward; Hooks, '
'U' cone:! to pass. Also "it was in- between people. -* .
Wm.. center Lowe Avant .
guard
; ;
tended'to r.trengthen and encouragethe The banks are the ones, the only

faith of the church in special guard. ones, who can use-our Federal Reserve FW

of strain and ,! .,;,r; lhlf ;f rrr
circumstances severe System. They refuse to use it rrr.rrr

impending persecution." It has been 'FARM CHRISTMAS GIFTS -they refuse to furnish a mediumof

more diversely interpreted: than any I exchange of either money or ,

other book and it is full of enigmas People. differ a great deal in their credit-they refuse to function. The dk

upon the solution of which ideas about Christmas giving. Some Federal Reserve is. therefore, made '

scholars ,have not been able to agree make the Christmas-season occasion practically useless in a large de

but the reverent student can com- for oelfislr' trading of costly '
gree.The
prehend the outlines of its mean gifts. while 'others find in it a time banks and others holding

ing." The opening sentences declare origracious giving to' friends whom money and controlling credits .have

the Source- the Revelation is God they love. : created a cash: basis' system upon

himself that the Transmitter is Farm people have an ,opportunityto which others must do business-

Jesus Christ the Son of God; that make welcome gifts from; their must make exchanges. The' result is

Christ's agent in transmitting it was store gathered from farm and orch- that we are far ,below normal.-wo

an angel that this angel, passed the ard. are tied, up-:exchanges! cannot bmade

Revelation along to God's servant A basket of, polished fruits and where it;,takes some time, to f, DEPARTMENT a
4
John, and that the final receivers of vegetables is a colorful present 'and complete -exchange, to enable

the Revelation are God's servants welcomed in any home that'dries not goods to be sold, to allow people to

who like John; are doing his will revel in their own garden., Nuts in' work, to create a purchasing power. -

and testifying far Christ on th a bright red tarleton sack present '

earth." a festive appearance in keeping'with We are getting on a barter basisa i .

"Asia" mentioned in the lessonis holiday spirits. A pound of fresh- cash delivery system. There are I ..................................................................................................................................................................."...".....
the Southwest part of Asia Minor home-made' butter, wrapped in no credits extended. Values have :

and constituted a Roman Province. parchment paper and tied with a dropped because contracts and sales _r.; TWO WEEKS AT FLORIDA'SFOREMOST

The lessee begScs| "John to the yelloW bow is a golden gift indeed. cannot be made while money and

seven churches which are in Asia: while cottage, cheese in a clear glass 'credit are frozen without aid by : HEALTH INSTITUTION :

Grace be unto you, and peace from jar, tempts the most jaded appetite. I those who control them. ':' ..
Him which is, and which was. and Crystalized fruit or home-made 'Money and credit rightfully usedis ;:; The only $50,000.00 Baths in Florida, with separate departments f
:;: for men and womengiving thorough drugless treatments that ;::
which is to come; and from the fruit cake is a reminder of a thoughtful a blessing-tied up. controlled.
::: comprise modern methods of restoring health with decisive _
seven spirits which are before His friend for days to come. A bottle manipulated, for selfish uses and re- ::

throne; And from Jesus Christ whois ; of syrup or a' jar of choice preserves purposes, it is a curse. :+_: sults at astonishingly low rates. +_

the faithful witness. Unto and jelly can be a gift of We need new leaders-new con- _: Excellent hotel accomodations baths, treating rooms sun baths ._

him that loved us, and washed' us real beauty in its cellophane covering trollers of credit-a rightful use of I.: and gymnasium under one roof. House physician in attendance :::

from our sins in his own blood tied with a sprig of mistletoe our mediums of exchange. Taxationof I .i' always. Tiled mineral water pool adjoining baths.'

to him be glory and dominion for fastened in its bright red cord. swollen credits distribute con- I ? I
:: Treatments recommended for Stomach disorders, Eczema, Skin :
ever and ever. Amen. and every Fresh country sausage is a treatto trolled credits and money. .
I.j: Eruptions) Kidney Diseases, Neuritis, Arthritis, Rheumatic and :_:
eye shall see him. and they also most folks and can be, wrappepd
:: liver Disorder.
TWO : : :::
BLIND MEMBERSSIT
which pierced him. attractively. A box of home-made h A

Every soul shall see the Lord at cookies is a fragrant ,reminder to IN SENATE .} Write for free descriptive folder .:.

his second coming not only those grown persons of the spicy odors of :
DR. BARTH'S HOTEL AND BATHS :
who accept him as a Savior, but also the Christmas-time: kitchen of their WASHINGTON. Dec. 7-For the :.:. :

those who crucified ,him and who childhood.. first time, the senate has two blind .f. One Spring B onIevar d..::..

have rejected him. "I am Alpha and A beautiful wreath made from members when it convened today: SAFETY HARBOR, FLORIDA 5:

Omega the beginning and the end- greenery from the woods and gardens Schall Minnesota and Gore of

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ing, saith the Lord." ,will add beauty to any home Oklahoma. They will sit on opposite : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :..: :..:..:..:..:....

"Alpha" and "Omega" are the while a box of Christmas greens will sides of the chamber. Schall is_ a y:0

first and last letters of the Greek republican and Gore a democrat.
be welcomed, by all who cannot go Each his ::N:N:N:N:N N N:.:N:N:N N:N:N N:11:H:N N N:N:N:N:N:K:N:.1:H:N N:N:N:N N:N:N N:N:N:
has at
Alphabet. "I John your brother and to the woods to gather their own a special page A

companion in tribulation,'was in the yuletide decorations.' service. although Senator Schall is A ?

isle that is called Patmos. for the So whether the money is scarce ornot also standing by a giant police dog A A ?

word of God. and for the testimonyof in the farm households of Florid as his companion on trips between Y

Jesus Christ." a. every farm woman or girl can the; :capitol and the office build- f
!I! Clewiston GOf f Course I
Patmos was a small rocky islandin find some real gift from pantry or ing.

the Aegean Sea about 25 miles
storehouse to extend her Christmas ,
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southwest the City of Ephesus.to greetings to her friends. LEE AGENT BECOMES, .:. "

which island John had been ex- STATE NUTRITIONIST; .'. .;. r1

iled for preaching Christ's 'teach REGULAR AND SPECIAL NEW AGEXT IS NAMED :::: ,,; ',;.'t ;'''.;:';;." \" ', I s 0 en -C". "- .+. '

ing. "I was in the Spirit on the }-4.> ;"::; ?: ,I fIJ .
DATES ANNOUNCED FOR '
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Lord's day, and heard behind me a TALLAHASSEE. Fla.-Miss Anna

great voice. as of a trumpet. ,SayingI CARILLON RECITALS Mae Sikes., home demonstrationagent '.i."A' :::'

am Alpha and Omega, the first in Lee 'County for the last :;: n d. Excelent Condition +i'i'i-

and the last; and, What thou seest. LAKE WALES Dec. 8-The first three years has been appointed ex- ... .,'

write in a book. and send it unto recital at the carillon of the singing tension nutritionist with the State .;. .. .:.
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the seven churches which are in tower at Mountain Lake will be Home Demonstration Department. A.. .:.

Asia." given, Dec. 15 at noon by Anton and Miss Clarine Belcher has been A

Ephesus, Smyrna. Pergamos, Drees, who, soon will return for the The' Public is invited to play under :=
'
Thyatria. Philadelphia, and Laodicea. winter. Recitals through the
season ,...., ,.....,. ,. x +
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saw seven golden candle- until April 14 will be given each
; honor of rules
:: system ::
sticks: And In the midst one week on Sunday and Thursday at A governing ;

_ like unto the Son of Man. His SAME SERVICE y
3 o'clock in the afternoon and on
head and his hairs were white Tuesday and Saturday at noon. NEW LOCATION _:!:: the Course ?=i= J

55, 5 and his eyes a flame of fire; and In addition special recitals will be .;. ::: .J;
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his countenance was as the sun given on Christmas eve Dec. 24,, at :. : .
. And when I saw him I fell at his Nolon B. Conner, formerly lo- y
;;:' midnight; New Year's eve. Dec. 31 "
" feet as dead. And he laid his right midnight; sunrise service :on Easter cated in the Civic Center Barber -

. hand upon me saying Fear not; morning and special noon recital, Shop, may pow be found at j
I he that liveth SHORTY MTJSGRAVES Barber _; Players are expected to register
am and was dead; March 27; memorial: recital Jan. 9; fc
Shop in theALSTOX-
and behold I a malive for evermore. L e's birthday recital, Jan. 19 I, and

Amen; and have the keys of hell and special recital March 22 at 3 p. m- BUILDINGS' : :, and pay green fees beforeplaying I:;:

of death." Noon recitals will be given on Where the Same Efficient :. '

We have abbreviated the lesson Jan 25; Washington's birthday.Feb. Service May be Had I. :

but you should read it in full. We 22; Lincoln's birthday. Feb. .,I.. ': ...I.

can hardly understand the details of 12'; Feb.,. 25 and April 14. The' closing Nolon B. Conner ,:. .1.. ,
the book, but view ,:. ,
may- secure a or recital of the season will be ,. I
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I ..qt r- I I GAS TAX DiVISION

.iII I Personal MentionDr. 6

\ HALTED FOR RULE
1r--\ ,, -tt << eru:

J. W. Ezelle motored to Ft.

I It I I Myers Monday-on business. ; N OF ATTY. GENERAL

L'j ;* Walter Ivings of Scoring spent e ] AMOS RECALLS: MADE
Monday in Clewiston on business. B
, I ; ACCORDING TO AREA OF
____ '
j. FLORIDA COUNTIES
i C. M. Larrick spent Tuesday in

West Palm Beach. (Continued from page 1) .

1 1 the size of its nearest contender,
! Mr. and Mrs. T- V. Watson spent ; .
Palm Beach. Hcndr: county is list-
l i Miami. -
I Monday and Tuesday in
t' I h ed with 1148 square miles or 732.-

R. L._ Nicholas of Orlando, was 'W. 720 acres.'
I a business visitor here this week. According to the distribution of

one cent of the gasoline tax by
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Webb spent
area of the various counties. Hen-
Sunday in Moore Haven. -
----- "I dry received credit with _the state
Ben Cothern of Moore Haven I treasurer for $11,343.65. This sum

, spent Tuesday and Wednesday here.: 4c7af lj represented the county's share of

tax collected during July, August.
Miss Jewel Lowe and Arthur
September and October while the.
j Lawrence were visitors to Pahokee
, Monday night. I'I'r law was being tested in the supreme -

r court.In .
i iif STMAS FEAST comparison with the other
:if( counties Hendry contains slightly
Ii more than 100 square miles of territory -
I in at the edges. Select very tiny boil until nearly tender, drain, above the average size of a
I leaves' from a bunch of watercress ,cool and then remove the center, I Florida county. Highlands county
-' and using; a toothpick, press the leaving a thin cup. Chop the with its 1091 square miles of territory -
short stems into the mixture:: all onion centers add the contents of "
: around the edges of the rounds, one 8-ounce can of diced beets I. is a few square miles larger
giving a holly;:wreath effect. At and one-half cup of dry crumbs than the average.
I I \. intervals dot-'.with! "holly berries"cut which have been browned in four I The previous week ComptrollerAmos
I ; from bits'of pimiento. Sprinkle tablespoons of butter. Stuff the paid to the state' treasurer
finely chopped egg white using onion cups with this mixture and i a similiar sum which was the coun-
hard-cooked eggs, over the centerof cover with one-half cup more of i ty's share of the division by popu-
; the rounds. iChrlstmat buttered crumbs. Surround the 'lation. An announcement is expected -
onions in a baking dish with stock i within a short time of the distribution -
with of water in which
or a
to cup '
Dinner Menu of additional funds according -
one chicken bouillon cube has
or
;
Holly Canapes : to the roads constructed
been dissolved. Bake in a mod
: Radishes Stuffed Olives erate oven, 375 degrees for .forty- i in the various counties that are
: : Roast Stuffed Goose five minutes or until tender. Baste :now a part of the state road sys-
Cider and AppleIce '
occasionally. tem.
Mashed Potatoes
: Onions with Beet Stuffing Indian Nut Pudding: Scald;two
; fellow Turnips cups of evaporated milk and 'two DELIGHTFUL BRIDGE PARTYAT
i : Orange cups of water in the top part of a THE STEWART HOME
" : the Pecan and Pimiento Salad double boiler. Add one halt cup of
in cornmeal, and stir for fire min
Indian Nut Pudding Mrs. E. L- Stewart was hostess to
: utes. Let cook for five minutes
Mints Coffee Stuffed Date a number of guests at a lovely
-more, then remove and cool -
bridge party at her home on. Arcade -
slightly. Ad.d one cup of molasses, I
I Cider and Apple Ice: Mix together one teaspoon salt, one teaspoon I avenue, Wednesday afternoon.
the contents of one 11- allspice, one-half teaspoon ginger, I Refreshments consisting of gingerbread -
-
i ounce can of apple sauce, two and one.fourth''cup of butter ana> two whipped cream and coffee
I one-half cups cider, one-third cup beaten eggs. Then add one cup of :were served to the guests who included -
of sugar and two tablespoons of chopped canned walnuts and pour Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs.
I lemon juice. Soak ono teaspoonof into a buttered baking dish and M. .
H. J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. 'F.
to gelatin in four tablespoons of bake uncovered, in a low anD
Maxwell. Mrs. T. B. Shelly Mrs. D.
cold water, then melt over hot until a knife thrust in. ownes out
water and add. Freeze the mix clean-or cook for fortyflve to G. Alston, Mrs. CW.. McDonald.Mrs. .
I ture to a mush _add one beaten sixty minutes In a 325 degree W. C. Worth, Mrs. Leland
1 or egg white and freeze hard. Serve oven. Stir occasionally during the Perkins. Mrs. B. A. Bourne._ Mrs.
I Id with the goose. first tea minutes to keep the nuts Thomas Deckman. Mrs. Thomas
i I Onion with Beet Btufftny: Skin from sinking, Serve hot or cold Deckman Jr.. Mrs. Edward Utter.
: eight medium Spanish onions with U'e4IDI -. Mrs. Harold Vaughn, Mrs. W. P-

I I Vaughn. Jr., Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. T.
V. Watson. Mrs. F. M. Wright. Miss
N. : Patterson, Mrs. H.. R. Hall, Mrs W.I NEW EVERGLADES PARK Mae Drew and Miss Jeanette Mor-
\, C- Hooker Mrs. Barney Thomas. BILLS PROPOSED IN HOUSE

Mrs. H. A. Des or, Mrs. J. E. Beards- -- gan.Mrs.. W. P. Vaughn Jr., won high
ley, Mrs. AJ.. Keller. Mrs. M. W. Maxwell -
In substantially the same form as prize and Mrs. F. M- won .
R Biggs. Mrs. F. Deane Duff Mrs. F. consolation. '
last year the bill to create a national -
M.
Wright. Mrs. C- 'E. Minor, Mrs.
W. P. Vaughn, isss Leydig Miss park in the state of Florida to MORE BEANS

Jamye Williams and Miss Elizabeth be known as the Everglades Na-

I West. tional Park was introduced in the Just think of it!! Upwards of '
Mrs. H. A. Bestor held high senate by Senator Duncan U. Flet- eight thousand acres of beans. peppers -
Thureday.'U' score and Mrs. W. S. Harvel won cher and in the house of representatives tomatoes and cucumbers are

consolation. by Ruth Bryan; Owen. planted in the Pompano agricultural
This procedure was agreed upon area. which includes Pompano and
Announces as Candidate after a conference of those most actively Oakland Park. The acreage is larger -
interested in the success of than any ever planted to veget-
the ,proposed legislation. The bills ables in that section and many
to carry no recommendation or au- farmers have doubled their plant-
in thorization of an appropriation. ing. A checkup made by the 'Pompano -
Practically the same bill was introduced News shows 5000 acres set to
in both houses during the beans. 2500 to peppers, 500 to to- ,
; ; session of the Seventy-First Con- matoes and 200 to cucumbers !
; I:7 gress, Senator Fletcher offering it Among the large planters who have --

p in the senate and RepresentativeOwen increased their acreage and added
s -: %w Uti I in the house. The bill passedin extra equipment are Lyons Bro-
the senate but because of a thers. Hammond Farms, B. F.
fight made on it In the house by Bailey James Bailey, JD.. Haw-
Representative LaGuardia of New kins and John Brothers. Beans :
1' York it failed to be presented for have already come in and are being
.
% aYn a vote. shipped. the News says. :
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There is danger ahead. Be wise-there
Cary A. Hardee I
1.
I is danger even in eats. Patronize capa- :

::1 : Cary A. Hardee. of Live Oak. who able, well equipped and reliable place )

served as governor of Florida from
I to dine.
1921 to 1925 will again seek that
office in the coming primary election The CLEWISTON CAFE is very modern, spacious :

he announced Tuesday from and and accessible
i very accommodating,
his home in Live Oak. i
right on the highway and it offers you the most,

GRINDING SEASON GETS I your food being prepared in the most sanitaryway.

UNDER WAY HERE TODAY It is the most logical place to eat your next

meal. I
c : (Continued from page 1)
I' cars at tho mill here Wednesdayofr
shipment to the cane fields of We handle only Western Steaks,

the company which extend in Palm
chops and Virginia oysters
: I Ir Beach. Hendry and Glades counties.
With the sugar content of the
r first of the harvest showing' an Increase -" CLEWISTON CAFE

i over past years it is expected -,
that the corporation will produce I I
,- : ; < more than five million pounds of: SUGARLAND HIGHWAY AT FRANCESCO STREET *
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--- AUTHORITY-'FOR ROAD LAW"' -Ml1am. all of Jacksonville, and:
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EVERGLADES BOARD I Keep Those Christmas JACKSONVILLE. Fla.-Further William L. Wilson. Panama City. j jI I


steps toward fixing the question of "Florida has made more progress .
ADOPTS POLICY AT Boxes authority and responsibility for en- than any state," writes Col. C. '
Van Deventer head of federal and, .' I
forcement
of thee laws looking toward
state participation department of
PALM BEACH MEETONLY the' preservation of
the highways of exhibits. Chicago 1933 World's Fair

the state will be taken Tuesday in writing: to Florida manager of

COMPLAINTS ARISE FROM Dec. 15. when a hearing will be exhibits. Earl W. Brown. "As we

MISINFORMED RESIDENTSOF held in Tallahassee. This Is infor- follow your plans and publicity we

LAKE AREA mation given by the Florida State feel sure that you will have a most

Chamber of Commerce through attractive exhibit of Florida's resources .
'Beach William L. Wilson vice presidentand and wonderful recreation
West Palm Fla., Dec. 8-
chairman of the industrial com- features." '
Policy of the Everglades Drain- ,
:mittee of that body.
age Board adopted at the Novem-I
The forthcoming conference is DECEMBER
ber meeting of the board was approved -
of called by E. Matthews, chairmanof 'TIs December in the EvergladesThe
officially at a meeting
the Florida Railroad Commis- twilight of the year
the group here today. Three protests -
sion, and also chairman of a special And we hope that each and every
were heard from property
owners. The' first was in the formof ut- committee appointed by Governor heartIs
Carlton at a conference between law full of Christmas cheer.
a petition from Lake Okeechobee Y
enforcement authorities. transportation -
property owners who through a
misunderstanding thought the planof officials including railroad bus 'Tis December in the Everglades.

the district was'to dam the canals and truck lines and a special com- The old year soon is done;;
leading from' the lake. mittee of the Florida State Cham- Let's hope the New Year brings

E. H. Baxter attorney for the ber of commerce. more joy
Following the of To each and
Walsh Citrus Groves of Broward -- meeting some every one.

county, asked that adjoining property "P'flOO pretty to throw away!" I That tall one with the funny weeks ago Attorney General Gary
owriers be notified when peti- -to. we say when we. open h'ee bear on the cover, will be a jolly D. Landis handed down an opinion 'Tis December in the Everglades,
tions to use 'canal water for irri- decorative tin boxes which cookie jar: that Junior and Ja.ne'can't '' which cleared the question of authority And Christmas Day is nigh;' ,
flood control filed. guarded so effectively our Christmas possibly break when they t for law enforcement in this, 'Tis time to wear a sunny smile
gation or are fruit. _cake or,cur Christmas reach on tip-toe for the pantry respect. Further discussion looking And lay your worries by.
Marcus A. Milan chairman of the candles. Si,V'e go on saving thn EI1t Jr. And leggy, who carries toward a greater coordination ol
board; stated that wide publicity to hoB ever 11i1h'i under the fun some sandwiches to school for the
effort and understanding between, 'Tis December in the EvergladesThe
would be given the filing of such handrerchiefs, gloves, puppy I I'riday feast won't mind carrying
petitions before action is taken. d'j r=, cravats:, odds and ends and then at all If she has: that gay several state departments that haveto old year soon must fall
Dr.. T. E. Will vigorously pro- e. -lepl1ant red cake-box to pack them in. do with motor transportationover I Let's make the new year bring us
the highways is the principal I hope
tested the, ruling that navigation on Thcsa small oblong boxes :with'
the canals 'is not to be of prime They Are Useful the L::ngcd lid, which come in such purpose of the conference to be held And prosperity to all.

consideration.The And soon, because the cakes are lovely pastel shades 'o"(: orchid, in the middle of the month. Members -GEORGE S. SMITH. -- -

new policy which, is aimedto so good and Le candies so su blue and pink) some with jewel of the special committee ap j.jii
govern the general manager In; perior we find ourselves!' with designs, make excellent Loses for pointed by the Governor are: E. S Little of Everything

discharge of his duties. will become more pretty boxes;: than we have the new costume jewelry' if a lay Matthews, Chairman Cary,D- Landis,, In the making of a telephone receiver
effective in three days. puppy dogs and cravats. Don't er of the coUon-batUng padding IB Robt. W. Bentley. W. S. McLin:. there are employed aluminum.

the recent federal I store them away waiting for a aft inside. The small round boxes Ernest Amos. Claude Pepper all o Bilk, copper, rubber, flax, nickel, mica
Deploring nice little elephant to coma along are excellent:: to hold spools of
I Tallahassee; W. L. Stanley. Atlanta -I I shellac,' lead cotton silver Iron wool.
court Injunction restraining the which will just fit-but instead thread those spools which ordinarily
district from, accepting bonds in press them Into service right away. clutter up your work basket. Ga.. W. E. Kay, 'R. L. Frink, A. plntlnnm zinc And cold

payment of past due taxes. SenatorA. -- -
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W. Young. general manager of I ..................... ................
the district said that approximately TO GIVE-TREE TESTS Gainesville, Florida. The Mate of .:;.<< : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :NNIN:NNN, :NN, :N:NNNN, :NNN:H.NINNNN/N:NNN. :N:N:NNM, ,R,
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$275,000 in back taxes was paid in Florida is now doing this testing A

:bonds before the.Injunction was Any dairyman in tne state who free of cost to the dairymen so I gi

Issued and he expressed the belief has not had his cows tested for T. there should be no excuse for T. B.
that this figure would have reached B. during the past twelve months The state department of agriculture i IT IS THE RULE

$500.000 before the first of the should notify the chief milk inspector will be glad to render this '

new year, if the Injunction had not I. state department of agriculaure.Pumpkin ,J I I service to all dairymen in the state. i AND NOT THE EXCEPTION i ii

been sought. He said that approxi- ..
mately 200,000; acres in the district '

were returned to the tax rolls I
through the bond payment plan. Preparedness yy

The Injunction also prohibits the
spending of money except for opera- THE UNANIMOUS PRAISE OF OUR GUESTS ON THE

tion purposes, 'he explained. SUPERIOR TYPE OF SERVE FOUND AT THE 'CLEW-
.
A hearing on the injunction is ; ISTON INN IS THE RULE RATHER THAN THE EXCEP-
scheduled for New Orleans on. January Ic
TION.
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1CPetitions '
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from the Seaboard AirLine _

railway for renewal of grants .
issued in '1926 of rights of way 'r 6 PEOPLE COMING TO CLEWISTON APPRECIATE THE

along canals in the Everglades if INVIGORATING BREEZES THAT FLOAT INTO THE INN fi f 1

drainage district for possible use in FROM LAKE OKEECHOBEE, AND THE EXCELLENT r -
building extensions were rejectedbut j
-' : : APPOINTMENTS'OF THE INN' MAKE IT THE IDEAL -
the' board indicated it would be \ -
willing the confer with the railroad PLACE TO RESIDE.

if actual extensions are contemplated. i y fig .

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Regular meetings of the board I "I

will be conducted on the third Tues- I

day instead of the second Tuesdayof I

each month, it was decided. iiL I THE CLEWISTON INN ,


MOTT WELL PLEASED ;WITH:
1 On The Shore of Lake Okeechobee i
PROSPECTIVE SEASON :r.i!: "!r ;" y

DID you ever prepare a pump three-fourths teaspoon cinnamonand .
(Continued from page 1) ? If you did, you'll re- one-half teaspoon salt tG "
member it. First you had to openIt three-fourths cup sugar, and stir

the steps properties.in the further active development planting of ad-of and remove the seeds; then you into one and one-half cups canned .........................NN.. ..NINN. ..NNNIN.N. ..N..N..............................".....................,...N..N..N..N..N.."..................................".....................}.ir
cut it in sections and pared it; pumpkin. Add two tablespoon ,
ditional will be conductedat '
acreage and then you steamed it and then molasses and two tablespoons
such times and places as shall you mashed it. Finally, with a melted butter. Add two beaten
prove most beneficial so as to as sigh, you realized that you and eggs and two cups scalded milk.
rapidly as possible. good business it were all ready to start. Heat mixture In double boiler I

judgment considered. place back of Now It's Different until just hot, then pour into Individual '

the mill at Clewiston not less than Nowadays, however, the fluffy pastry-lined pie tins a
_ sufficient acreage to produce in ex- pumpkin pulp is put in geld little bigger than small tart tins. '
cess of six hundred thousand tons enamel lined cans which preserveits Bake until set, having the oven BUILDERS
425 for the first five minute, .
of cane. rich colci, and all you hive
"From time to time there has been to do is to open the can and be- then Cool. 325 for the remaining time.
gin. So here is a suggestion for Cover with sweetened
brought to our attention a grossly '
an easily made immpkin pie, now whipped' cream, and sprinkle top
inaccurate statement, namely that we that all that arduous work of preparing thickly with cocoanut which hu 'W AN.T ED "
do not want others to enter this the pumpkin has been been lightly browned in the oven. ,

section In the sugar business. ThatIs ,eliminated. This .
recipe will serve etc t '
not BO. We will welcome them. Individual Gocoanut Pumpkin people unless (which is very probable
"With a fair price for sugar in Pies: Add one teaspoon ginger, I ) some of them want two pie*.*
this country- this operation should i

show: sufficient profits to Justify the
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company in building additional
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' grinding capacity and will undoubt- i

edly result in others becoming act- What Happened Lasts[ Night ,Substantial inducements are -

ively Interested in the developmentof ] .

the Everglades Such a condition offered to relieve the
i acute
would'add an Impetus to the develop-
Last night, while you were asleep,
ment of this country that cannot be i .
measured at the' present time. We. half the world was busily engaged housing shortage I

are part of the community so that. in, the business of living. Ships werei' now pre- ,

that which helps us helps the com- sailing the Atlantic, crowds were

munity and that which helps the, swarming the streets of China, vailing in Clewiston :'
community helps us. We want to do! 1
I I houses were burning, people were ,
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and .
our part we have found that '
almost invariably other members of laughing, playing and working. !
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the community want to help us. This i I hq s ,-' ,' ,
'. Is the spirit that will develop thi: t The Tampa Morning'Tribune brines .

great section of the United Statesin j you complete news of the world every )
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spite of the handicaps that have morLing.

been BO courageously faced by the THE ,
people who call it home." SERVICE v
IN CLEWISTON20c

EXTENSION SOUGHT CLEW IS TON COMPANY '

.Weekly, 83c:: Monthly :: I \

Congressman Tom Yon of Flor- ;
ida. Introduced a bill in the House PHONE 102

this week seeking to extend one and' i Tampa Morning Tribune ; 1 "ADMINISTRATION, BUILDING CLEWISTON.
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three years respectively; the time : ,
for beginning and completion of a; a Tampa, Florida il

bridge across the Choctawatchee. I : FLORIDA"r'.r*

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