The Clewiston news
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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 18, 1931
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00349
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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-.-- Observe Christmas Turtles take hold and hang on

: PLANS COMPLETED; Fort Myers. Dec. 16.-Using his'.I even after they are dead. or as FOR PROSPECTIVE

_ rifle in self-defense. Henry Futch, good as dead.R .
Announcement was made this af-
"" Lee county trapper and fisherman,, J. Simmons of Pahokee was
teynoon by General Manager J. J.
;: ".,: SANTA TO ARRIVE shot and killed an 80-pound tar- Harrington that the mill of the plowing a field one day when he NEWJBUSINESSES

pon today in the Caloosahatchee.The United States Sugar corporation noticed that among a group of buz-
, T trapper was returning from zards that were feeding in the field,
a.: LEGION FUND RAISED TO PROVIDE Four-Mile island in his small motor here. will not operate on Christmasday. one of the buzzards was flying low BUSINESS! INCREASES ATTRACT
I The 4.000 ton mill will shutdown
-i' CANDY FOR ALL OF boat, when a six-foot tarpon leaped at midnight! on Thursday and and seemed to be carrying a weight.He VISITORS FROM ALL PARTS

3 CLEWISTON KIDDIES high into the air and landed In the will not resume activities until investigated and found a part ofa i OF FLORIDA

%! : '- __ -_ boat. One flip of' the big tail and I midnight Christmas day in order to turtle hanging from the buzzard's

'f:_ Old man Santa Claus. benevolentgentleman the engine box was- shattered. The allow all the employees of the company foot.The I With the sugar cane harvestingand
"t, from the North Pole,'I tarpon did an outside loop and to take Christmas as a holi- cutter on Mr. Simonson's grinding season going in full
., will cast aside his heaviest furs and I I threatened to smash everything inside -:I' plow had cut a turtle in two--a blast in Clewiston new businessesare

will arrive in Clewiston about sev-:, the frail craft. I.,day.There will be no cessation of ac- buzzard had walked too close to the rapidly moving in to benefit by

'. en-thirty Christmas Eve. according!I I Futch unlimbered his small rifle tivities on New Year's day however turtle's mouth and had been snapped the enormous weekly pay roll of the
to a special message received here::I and fired. One shot was enough I t! as a steady stream of cane and the buzzard had to fly United States Sugar Corporation.

this week by the American Legion Futch repaired, his boat and pro will be carried through the mill. with the dead weight.EvergladesNews. Since the season opened here pros-

,.' post, who plan a celebration to I ceeded. I pective new comers are watching
: mark his annual arrival to Clewis I EAST COAST TOURISTS PLAN the young city daily for opportunityto
, ton. 1 I Market Bureau Says TOUR OF EVERGLADES CITIES Replica of Tower Is move in. This week preparations
In the message received from are being made for a tailoring shopto

\'*' Santa Claus. he says he will bring al Activity in the Everglades is at- open in the Hopkins Block anda
Seen Now Built for ,
Larger Acreage Being
';. heavily loaded pack and will have I tracting winter tourists of the East dry goods store is making prepar-

" candy, toys and other things to de-! Coast to such an extent that. a par- ations for opening in the Alston
For VegetablesSnap World Fair ShowingChas. building on Francisco street.Kesslers' .,
: light the hearts of all of the children ty of visitors of Lake Worth, under I
:11, in and about Clewiston. I the supervision of the chamber of of Fort Myers will opena

To prepare for his arrival additional bean acreage in the Ever commerce of that city, are planning E. Plastow at his studio in dry goods store in the room ad-

funds have been raised by glades .is expected to be increasednext I I a tour of the lake cities In January. Deland has begun work on the first joining Alston's drug store, and

the Legion post which will be used Ito spring. due to the very successful This week approximately 40 winter diorama for the Florida exhibit at Wolff's tailoring shop will open In

assist Old Santa in financing his I fall crop now being experi- residents of Lake Worth made a the World's Fair, Chicago. 1933- the Hopkins block.

journey to Clewiston. Approximately -' enced, is the opinion of the Florida'I, tour of inspection of the "back a replica of the Singing Tower. Recent businesses opening in
1 I
.... $140 has been raised by subscript!'state agricultural extension service I country" of Palm Beach county. The Lake Wales. which will be in the i Clewiston since the reorganizationof

,. tion by members of the local post: according to a bulletin issued this I tour was made of the southern section background of the "Distinguished the sugar company include a bicycle -
which will be turned over to the week. The bulletin also states an 1 1I r of the county. where the principle Features" display. The finished shop next to Baker's service
I I expectation for an increased acre station and W. H. Failing, in the
Garden Club under the supervisionof I industry Is truck farming. product will be seen through a '
Mrs. E. L. Stewart, for purchas- age in Louisiana South Carolina I proscenium 5x9 feetThe Tower Hay building.

;, ing toys, candies and other articles and Arkansas. but expects. decline i I will appear in its natural setting of Almost daily visitors are arrivingin
> that will be distributed. in the Texas area. ''[ Ducks Fly in Peace tropical beauty in perfect scale and Clewiston with the view of locating -
:. tomatoes here in form of busi-
The early fall crop of some
The plans of the Legion call for form and color. Every quarter houra
h an assemblage of the children at :in Florida and Texas is likely to be:I As Hunting CeasesThe reproduction of the chimes will be ness or profession. Many of these

r the ,living Christmas tree planted in j jI :I reduced 35 percent below last year.! I heard. Lighting effects will further are making their first visit to the
The acreage in Mexico is expected I new sugar bowl of America, having
attract the people and the fidel-
Civic Center Park two years ago by thousands
.. of wild duck, scattered heard of the sound financial
to i
;.' the Woman's club. be about on -sixth less. Texas is ity of details will be truly marvel- organi- .
I planning about a 10 ,to 25 percent:I over the surface of Lake zation of the sugar industry in the

Members of the church choirs increase in late tomatoes while, Okeechobee may now fly in peace. ous.Mr.. Plastow has been engaged to Everglades. as well as the oppor-
'. will be invited to join in the short Mississippi will likely reduce acre-: since the official hunting season on tunities for truck farming and kin- '
make the 16 dioramas for the Flor-
carrol singing. which Santa has ask- age 25 to 50 percent. these fowl closes tomorrow.Due dred industries that will follow the
ida exhibit and it will take a monthto
ed to be sung on his arrival. Truck crop acreage as a whole to drought conditions pre- fashion each one. They will be development of this territory. Others -

I' through the United States was re- vailing over the United States this built in Deland as they will appearat who are interested in Clewiston,

Co-operation Asked duced last year for the first time in past summer, federal regulations Chicago, each diorama being approximately are those who have been watchingthe
: six but tor progress of the community since
years business conditionsare :called a shortened hunting season 5x9 aperture and 2
such that little improvement in I one month. Ducks have always feet depth. After the Chicago fair. the first start was made to convert
Safety Campaign demand will occur before Florida's' I been plentiful on Lake Okeechobee.I they' will be placed on exhibition in the vast expanses of rich muck

next crop is marketed. states the even when there is a scarcity In at Tallahassee and land into a producing area and
r For School ChildrenAt i outlook report: of the agricultural.1 other sections. although this season some when building needed for future exhibits who are now convinced that the

y extension serviceUNUSUAL .. they have not been as plentiful. wilL be .readily ,available opportune time is at hand to enter

a meeting of the P-T Association in past "seasons, With the waters of the business field here-
Lake Okeechobee and its bays lower Established residents of Clewis-
:; here Friday afternoon Com-,
mander W. C. Owen, of the Clewis INTEREST than the average year the duck' KIRBY WINS FIGHT I ton do not ,claim that the town is

' ton post of the American Legion I have found abundance of food in "on a boom" but admit ,that busi-
ness is on an increase that is attributed -
.. Florida.
4 made a special request to teachers
FROMDAUGHTREYINFINALS to something more substan-
11 and parents; to instruct school pupils
COAST LINE CHANGES tial than the seasonal buying at
'to use sidewalks in going to and
CLEWISTON SCHEDULE Christmas time or the business that
IJ: I from school. The safety committee LOCAL GOLFERS I l
1 I TUESDAYWAUCHULA comes from the opening of the sugar -
erected I
of the Legion has recently
, Effective yesterday, schedule of mill here.
; warning signs along the highways trains into and out of Clewiston has
I with
---- ,The visitors are impressed
I 1';' .i near, the school building. the speaker DEAR MEETS SHELLEY WITH, 21 been changed with the morning A.' YOUTH SHOWS HIS the activity found here. They remark -

': said. but it will be necessary for HANDICAP STROKES FOR C. L. arriving at 9:50 and the northbound ABILITY TO TAKE PUNCHES of the enormous cane fields
the children to cooperate or acci- THIRD FLIGHT PLAY I and mail train
, passenger IN FOUR ROUND BOUT stretched across the southern shoreof
.' dents are likely to occur. leaving Clewiston at.six p. m. sharp., the lake, of the huge harvesting
; Mrs. C. L. Nail, chairman of the Keen interest Is being taken in Pete Kirby's short body jabs machines that slowly travel the

I safety committee of the Parent- the annual American Legion golf BOARD TO HEAR REQUESTSTO I proved too much for John Daugh- cane rows cutting the sugar cane

, Teachers association outlined the tournament here this week ,as un- OPEN OKEECHOBEE CANAL trey in a four round final bout at and depositing the chaff-less pro-

, committee's plans for the coming expected results are being Turned into Clewiston's boxing arena Tuesday duct into the cane wagons follow-

I Y year. I the tournament committee. and Hearing on possibility of reopen- night. as the Wauchula youngster ing. Visitors are impressed with the

? Sufficient funds will be providedby interesting matches are scheduledfor ing North New River canal to navigation beat a steady tatoo on the fighter steady flow of the harvested cane
+I play this week. to Lake Okeechobee from from Moore Haven's ribs and sto-
the association to aid the athletic to the mill and they see with eyes
association of the Clewiston I Of greatest interest to Clewiston Miami Looks to Lauderdale will mach for the entire four rounds. wide with' wonderment, how the

school in providing uniforms for golfers is the match listed for play be held by the United States Army Kirby easily won the decision of cane is ground into juice and the

the athletic teams. I this week between Paul Deam and I board of engineers shortly after the judges at the end of the bout juice boiling and refined into

Provisions were also made, at this Tom Shelley. By comparison of I January first. The army board ac- after he had stayed in close toDaughtrey's brown sugar sacked and made
I meeting to purchase candy to be. scores made last week the odds are, knowledged receipt of additional mid-section for the first ready for shipment to the refinery.
l in favor of Deam downing Shelley. data on the survey as prepared by three rounds and came out at the
I used on the school Christmas tree I who has the lowest handicap ,of any!1 the Ft. Lauderdale chamber of sound of the gong for the final
held at the school
l which Is being player in the tournament. Deam en-I commerce. Citizens of Ft. Lauderdale stage with leather flying into the Post Office Rushed
; today.
tered the tournament with a handicap -I are expected to attend the face of the Moore Haven boy. Kir- '.
I' .. The following progarm was given of 44 and Shelley's handicap is, hearing in Weshington to present by, tipping the scales at 145, was As Clewiston Folk

;;'' : 14. In the play-off between these I I I the arguments In favor of opening outweighed by Daughtrey by 13
Green. with accompaniment '
I'; Violin solo-Roy by Mrs. B. A. Bourne. two players Shelley will be i the canal to navigation. pounds. The Wauchula boy threw a Mail Xmas PackagesClewiston

"The Relationship between Father ed to allow 21 strokes to requir-I' surprise into the spectators of the
tice of the Peace. In the first 900 Calls fight as he took the heavy swingsof
and Son, Prof. M. G. Langford. Telephone
of play Deam won by default from Daughtrey on the chin without residents are not wait-
; "Duties of Officials of State Edu- I
: Troy Puryear and then was boosted wliincing and always worked for the I ing until the last day to mail Christ-
j. cation." Supt- E. L. Stallings. Made in 15-hr TestTo
I >'' Jo up the flight by his win over Earl I close in fighting. Kirby established! mas packages says A. W. Lawrence,
Solo, Miss Hogan.
Fontaine. Shelley with a pair of a record for himself here two years I postmaster. During the past week
Talk. Prof. P. H. Stevenson, of
"" 41's won over H. R. Hall last week i gain an estimate of the num- ago when he won a decision from the postal force has been busy in

LaBelle. and and if Deam continues with his 51'sit ber of telephone calls sent throughthe Joe Cato in a fast and furious battle mailing out packages and Christmas
duet. Bill Wallace
) Saxophone will crowd Shelley to continue in local exchange during the year, mail with a heavy run being madeon
I' Buddie the running.J. as provided by state law, the Clew- The semi-final of Tuesday's offering special delivery stamps. Tn as
' conclusion of the meeting
the ,
i' At J. Harrington lost by one .tston i; Telephone company Started was also furnished with imported much as there will be no deliveryof
I Ii, light refreshments were served by stroke on the 19th hole to Kit Bow- Wednesday morning making an I scrappers from Wauchulaand mail on Christmas day patrons of
and the mothers
Mrs. W. C. Prewitt I
den of Moore Haven yesterday. The absolute count of the number of Moore Haven. Lindsey Mathis. the postoffice are advised by the
of her pupils.Midnight [strain of reorganization details telephone connections made. 135. Moore Haven won a decision postal clerks to mail all packagesfor

showed on Mr. Harrington's game The count was started at mid- from Joe Levine. 135, of Wauchula.in delivery on Christmas day by

Service To yesterday. In the medal play tourn- night Tuesday and by dawn Wed- a three round struggle. special delivery. .
ament played here in the fall Mr. nesday more than 20 calls had Entering the ring as the last of Along with the request to shop

Be Held Xmas Eve Harrington finished in second' place been made. The check will be con- the preliminaries. "Battling Jimmy and mail early the postoffice depart-
and turned in consistent 44's. and I tinued through midnight tonightand ." a husky black fighter from ment at Washington has issued bul-

in his game yesterday he turned ina the number of calls will be Belle Glade faced Charlie Johnsonfor letins advising the secure wrappingand

Midnight. mass will be held at St. 52. made public next week. a second time in two weeks to tieing of packages, and the ne-

Margaret's Catholic church here The third matches of the tournament More than 900 calls were !sent! even scores on a bout of the proceeding cessity to address completely and ':
Christmas Eve. Father F. J. Finne- are to be played next week. through the exchange during the week that was won by John- plainly. With the rush of Christmas

gan announced this week. The mass first 15 hours of counting. son. After being on the receivingend mail there is employed a number of
will be followed by Benediction of DAIRY FENCES 05 ACRES of Johnson's well placed body extra help on trains and in post

the Blessed Sacrament. OF CLEWISTON MUCKLAND: CHRISTMAS; DAY ISSUE TOBE blows for four rounds, and the de- offices of the larger cities who are

Special music has been arrangedfor PRINTED THURSDAYNext cesion being awarded to Johnsonthe not as familiar with the handling of .\

the service- The choir will sing Fencing of approximately 65 week's Issue of the Clewis- Belle Glade negro Issued a chal- mail as the regulars. This will pos-

among other hymns, "Adeste Fi- acres of land adjoining the Clewis- ton News. scheduled to be publishedon lenge to Johnson for a return bout sibly cause delay in delivery of

deles." "Gloria in Excelsio Deo," ton Dairy started this week. This Christmas day. will be printed on here Wednesday week for ten mail unless the postal regulationsare

1 "Holy God." and "Silent Night.. tract will be turned into pasture Thursday, December 24, to allow rounds. The challenge was promptly strictly adhered to

Sermon topic for the evening will be land for the fine herd of cows ol for the holiday.All accepted. .
,on the coming of the infant Jesus.A the dairy. Part of the land at pre notices and announcements to Felix Helvenston. 95 of Bare DATE CHANGED "
cordial invitation to the service sent is planted in cane. This will be i be printed in next, w(e'k's Issue will Beach gained a technical knock out In the future boxing contests will

r ;: Is extended to members pf all (leDominations. harvested and utilized in. mixing,: necessarily have to be, turn. ?*! in at the close of the first round of a be held at the Clewiston arena, on,
..F... l feed fpr the cattle early iu thft xpeek' (PcStt.t l 4 c )YAge 41>: We4; it cla( : ? Instead of 1UQ9dfl1+ ,

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS lication of the department of agriculture -; advertisements regarding their tain his fair share of patronage.Did .

along with suggestions of I Captains of Industry milk and cream that, If Investigated you ever notice now quickly

Published every Friday in Clewiston, interest. From die response thus NOBLE TASKS NOT EASY would not stand the test; for adverse criticism will reduce the

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, far, Florida hotels may be depended example, some few dairymen have demand for milk from. the dairy I

Inc. upon to make the program!: a! John W Dodge been advertising "Certified Milk" that is being criticised? Not onlyis
By Judge
success. A special invitation has I History repeats itself. Present when they did not conduct "Cer- there a reduced demand for the ",

Entered as second class matter been given every commercial menu I conditions remind us of similar experiences -I tified Dairy." On the part of some milk from that particular dairy, but

February 1. 1927, at the Post Office maker to use a grapefruit cocktailand i this may have been due to ignorance there is also a reduced demand for C
of the past. There is nothing -
at Clewiston, Florida, under the Act i an orange dessert on ChristmasDay We I but some apparently have all milk. When these things hap-

of March 3, 1897. and to..,serve an "All-Florida I new. are mere repeaters-' ', done it to increase their sales of pen, it often takes months for the
reckless. ninteen twenty nine'
Products Dinner" on January 1. At-; shooters.We 'I'I milk and cream and at the same I community to get back to its nor-

A newspaper devoted to the best tention of course is called to the sowed to the winds. and we. time get a little more per quart for mal consumption of milk.

Interests of Hendry County, Florida. fact that this Is the simple begin- their milk. The term "Certified Here in Florida the average per
have reaped the whirl winds. The
Its leading newspaper. ning of the plan. Continuation only leaders and the masses worshippedat :I Milk" is copyrighted and cannot be capita consumption of milk .is too

will make success of the idea. : used by any milk producer unless low now. What we need is the kindof
the shrines of the god of Mam II
Subscription rate: per year ....2.00 I Further information as to the mon. But, the god of Mammon how[I his dairy has been approved as a advertising that will increase the

Outside of State of Florida ......$2.50 Florida agricultural food products has no ears to hear their' cries 'of["Certified Dairy" by the American consumption of milk. Florida produced -
J program may be obtained by writ- distress. Association of Medical Milk Com- milk when produced and
want and poverty.
ing Miss Mary A. Stennis. nutritionist I missions. Inc. and also by the local handled properly is better than
Advertising rates furnished on ap- Thomas Carlyle, in 1843. pictured -
State Department of Agricul- County Medical Milk Commission. milk brought in from another
plication. I in his "Past and Present" essays -
ture. Tallahassee. Other state. Let's have the advertising -
dairymen are and have been proper -
addressing the "Captains ofIndustry"
() J advertising "Baby'Special" or so that the consumers will
in these words :
Business office Clewlston News, ALL CAME TO AN END ; : "Baby Milk" when their barns and not be disappointed but will want .

Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and "CAPTAINS; OF INDUSTRY: If equipment would not even pass for more milk at all timesFloridaDairy
Those who suffer under the pre- IV believe that Mammonism in its I
the production of Grade A milk. News. ,
Advertising same. I
sent depression should read the following adjuncts was to continuo henceforth -
Still others are and have been ad-
: the one serious principle of I POTATOES ARE DEFINED
vertising "Grade A Milk" when it
Telephone 339 There was a business depressionin our existence. I should reckon it
I really is a much lower grade of
months., Below is what a western writer
1857 lasting twelve idle to solicit remedial measures.

There was a business. depressionin from any government; the disease,!milk.In. I thinks concerning potatoes:

IT COSTS LESS 1869 lasting eight months. being insusceptible of remedy. Government the past there have been no Potatoes are a lowly tuber planted -

There was a business depressionin can do much, but it restrictions or regulations that applied extensively in Aroostook county

With commodity prices now low- 1873 lasting thirty months. in no wise do'all.. Government,cant as I particularly to the grading of i and the Snake River Valley, chieflyto
er than they have ,been in a num- milk in this state. However the
the and
There was a business depressionin the most conspicuous object in society keep producer
ber of years it costs less to say Milk and Milk Products Law,
1884 lasting twenty-two months. is called upon to give signalof pass- buyer crazy. .
"Merry Christmas" with some gift ed by the last Florida Legislature
They greatly in size longe-
There was a business depressionin what shall be done; and in many vary '
than before. Merchants everywhereare 1887 lasting ten months. ways. to preside over, further. and covers this point. Section 24 readsas vity and smoothness. and the man
joining with the'sentiment of follows: "This law shall be con- who the nearest Is
There was a business depressionin command the doing of It. But the can guess grade
the public to place goods at the dis- 1893 lasting twenty-five months. government cannot do, by all its strued as an act intending to secureto called a buyer by the public a poor

posal of the customers at tke least There' was a business depressionin signaling and commanding what the people of Florida the as- business man by his creditors anda

possible price. For these reasons a 1907 lasting nearly twelve the is surance that milk and milk pro- crook by the farmer.
society radically indisposedto
general stimulating effect is being months. ducts sold or offered for sale to the The price of potatoes is determined -
felt by busfness in general in Clew- do. In the long-run every government
public produced under sanitary
are mythical town
There was a business depression is the exact symbol of Its some the'
iston well
as as in 1914 lasting} eight months. people with their wisdom and un conditions and are wholesome and east. It goes up when you have 4'
The practise of giving gifts to fit for human consumption and are sold and down when you have t
There business depressionin
was :wisdom; we have to say Like Peo-
friends is an ancient custom dating
being offered to the public under .
1921-22 lasting fourteen months. I bought.A
ple Like Government
back even beyond the Christian era, their correct designation as to for of
All of them came to an end except buyer working a group
and is practised now at Christmastime Today we are expecting govern- grade and quality and as to sourceof commission
this It will too.-Chicago men went east to study
one. ment to furnish remedies for all
by even people who sad to relate "
News.A production. the market report. After a few daysof
know not the true meaning of Daily our ills. The remedies lie within tie
The state department of agricul- deliberation he wired his asso-
Christmas. Aside from the religious individual-with the masses. "Gov-
RECORD TO BE PROUD OF ture has no desire to require all ciates to this effect: .
ernment is the exact symbol of its
customs observed at this season of
dairies in the state to be certified "Some think it will go up. Some
the Christmas has a" People--"Like People Like Gov-
year. deep phil- In nornial times the United tSates dairies but if any dairyman in the think it will go down. I do too. Act
osophical meaning.At has the highest standards of livingin state wishes to be a certified at once. Whatever you do, will be V
season of the is it nota Our leaders must be changed In
any year the world. And the same is true dairy that is his privilege; but if wrong."
: beautiful custom for friends and thoughts. words, heart and actions.I I
of depressed times. Temporary con- he does, he should make every effort Potatoes are planted in the
acquaintenances to exchange cards, if there is to be such a new condi
ditions may cause unemploymentand possible to live up to all rules spring, mortgaged in the summer
gifts token of tion as the people now realize mustbe
or some remem- .
some decrease in wagesbutit and regulations required for a cer- and left in the ground in winter.
brance? Does it not help drive the had. The masses have realized
will be found that these effectsare tified dairy. Likewise. if he is pro- You can and you can't. You will
cares of the world to know their mistakes. We doubt if the
away felt to a lesser degree here ducing "Baby Special Milk," more be damned if you plant and you'llbe
that one is remembered by same old leaders have.
than elsewhere.It care should be exercised in its pro- damned if you don't.
friend. who through the hustles of Those who worship Mammon and
is impossible to escape the duction and an effort made to pro-
the business world have been neg- still possess and control Mammon,
fact that this is largely attributable duce a better quality of milk than
lected for 12 months? It is indeed they still love Mammon. Our new
to the greater availability of Grade A milk. !
refreshing to realize that at least leaders must not be gold and Mam 1i7'V
mechanical power per worker in In other words make an honest
once each year our friends; are mon worshippers."God
this nation than abroad. It 1930 the of
effort to produce the quality
thinking of us with kindly thoughtsand knows, the task will be
United States produced 41 percent this is
advertise. If
goods that
happy wishes for the oncoming hard; but no noble task was ever you
of the electrical power of the world. easy," said Carlyle.. not dome it is not fair competition

year.This year, do not forget those old The kilowatthour'production was To Americans and Floridians. I to the dairyman who is actually l ,

friends. whom you have intended to almost four times that of Germany would say, as Carlyle also said. in I,living up to all requirements and
the second ranking country, and his
is producing and selling pro-
remember through the year. Cast: conclusion:
more than ten times the productionof ducts according to the proper grade.
aside the petty differences that
Your world-
"Look around you.
either Great Britain or France.In unfair
It is not only competition.
might have come between you to hosts are all in mutiny, in confusion -
those countries. it is well to riCE
but it is also unfair to the consumer. -
cause a drifting apart and wish ,destitution; on the eve of fiery rc
out has been
point government an The consumer must be recog-
them, with all its Meaning, a Merry wreck and madness! They will not 1uwavtMtnt
important factor in electrical development must _
nized; In fact, the dairyman
march farther for you, on the six-
in contrast to this nation cater to the consumer if he is to re \MDAK t tiN
costs less by a monetary measure pence a day andsupplyanddemandprinciple
where power has been devel-
and yield a higher return in the : they will not; .nor ought i
oped through private enterprise.
esthetic sense to know that you I they nor can they. Ye shall reduce I
have been the cause of some happiness joys The an United exceptionally States low likewise rate en-for them to order. begin reducing them.I .: N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N)O:N:N:N:N:N N:..:1.:N:N N:N:N N:N:N:M:H 11:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N:N N N:N:N:N N:N:N:N:N:

in the world. I To order, to just subordination;
its to r
power. The cost of electricity Couch Turbine
the average manufacturer is less noble loyality in return for noble P\imps:

SERVE FLORIDA FOODS than 2.5 percent of the total valueof guidance. Their souls are driven

his products-whereas 30 cents night mad; let yours be sane and for F
Following the recent publicationof Not bewildered be-
out of each dollar of corporate pro- ever saner. as a
a new food bulletin, "Florida wildering ,mob but as a firm regi- .
fits, on the average, go to meet the ; Economical Drainage and Irrigation I
Fruits and Vegetables in the Com- cost of mented mass. with real 'captains
government. Today one per-
mercial Menu" and another under over' them will these men march
out of ten is
son employed by gov- I
the title "Florida Fruits and Veg-
ernment and in less than 40 years any more. All human interests, combined -I -

etables in the Family Menu." the taxes have increased 13 times as human endeavors. and social Geo. W. Fowler, Inc. .t. I

state department of agriculture has three timesas growths in this world. have, at a .x ,:
rapidly as population
begun a statewide program of edu- Established 1904 X
certain stage of their development,
fast as national wealth. and almost -
cational publicity regarding Flor, twice as fast as our increasein required organizing: and work, the MACHINE SHOP SALES REPAIRS *

ida's food products and will con national income- During this grandest of human interests does $ ,Phone 8109 West Palm Beach Fla. Y .

tinue this work through the season. not require it." I ;
period the cost of power has been
The program has been outlined Forsake Mammon worship. Use )o.X.:0.:":":":":":":":":":":. \ -
constantly dropping.
and will be directed by Miss MaryA.
The American electric industry your heads and hearts.

Stennis, nutritionist for the department -:privately financed and operated. v..:..#..:*%..#..:..:..:..:..*w:..:..:..:..#..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-<
of agriculture. Plans have First steps toward converting y
and regulated in the public interestby
been made for securing: the coopera- y j
Highlands Hammock, South of
the states. has made a record to .y A.s'
tion of all commercial men as wellas .be proud of.NEWSPAPER. Avon Park, into a natural breeding V '"", '

home menu-makers. The State with the announcement from State

Hotel Men's association the State I o-ADS.-BEST ground for game have been taken .. i I IY
Clewiston Golf Course IIIg
Parent-Teacher association. the Game Commissioner C. C. Woodward ..

Federated Women's clubs. men's Addressing delegates at the con- that he has instructed thata 1

service clubs, the Business and vention of the Financial Advertisers' number of turkey hens and gob- '::

Professional Women's clubs and Association the other day in blers be sent to the preserve. De- .i.: :!
g Is I V
many other organizations will New York.. the president of the puty Commissioner M. A. Bass ::: Open tfr

greatly add ,to the interets of the American Association of Advertisers Avon Park is alpo planning to as- .;. :: I
:or. (
movement by a series of Florida gave newspapers first rank sist in securing a number of deerto .s, 1I ."''.- t

products dinners and luncheons.The I among various advertising mediums. be placed In the hammock parkas '

Duval County Federation of The papers, he said are the main well as other game. the Avon I :_;: And in Excellent Condition I

Women's clubs staged the first of highways to the markets of the Park Pilot says. .'. I V ,

these features with 300 guests in I world and in practice reach more o-. + :: -
:: -
Jacksonville little later the ::: !
; people than the r?dio. ADVERTISINGAdvertising ".

men's service clubs of Tallahasseeheld I Another speaker called newspapers -:. :i: ', [

a similar affair at the State "the greatest educational force is one of the largest The Public is invited to V
play under V
'College. Now everybody is getting in i in the world.*' business industries today. All suc- I t//

line for a statewide promotion of A thoughtful scrutiny of the ad- cessful business advertise.
concerns :
honor of
the Idea. .vertising matter in your favorite and they advertise consistentlyand ::;: system rules governing t_ 1

: The State Parent-Teachers ass. :newspaper should confirm the not spasmodically.' Advertisingof t

elation is planning for a very claims of the first speaker; There's dairy products will help materially the Courses I:: ( I

'; thorough program of "More Florida little question of the truth of the in increasing the consumptionof ::: "

Fruits Vegetables and Milk in the second. these products. The local milk .s. .:,

School Lunch Room Menu." Begin- National advertisers are making producer in many cases should be A, !

ning January 1 it will with the assistance increasing use of newspapers real- able to increase his sales of milk x,: ;

I- of Miss Stennis, nutritionist izing that they get into and ,
more cream by good advetrising.
\ carry out a countywide survey homes and are read by more mem- The question may be asked. Players are expected to register :

_.. and program for 15 or 20 counties. bers of the family than magazines. "What is good advertising?" Any i iW"H

-. In the state. Local merchants ;who haven't. learned advertisement that tells the truth :p: and pay green fees beforeplaying
This month the State Hotel Men's iI
that it pays to advertise woulddo about the product advertised and

association is presenting at its district well to follow the example of one that brings results is a good :2;: ; ft

.' meeting throughout the state. the big concerns now conducting advertisement.. .s. 1! 1
, the plan of this The ;
" program. members national advertising campaigns There has been a disposition on A

of the association 'are receiving through hundreds of local newspap the part of some milk producers to : .

at theee meetings the new food pub- ers.--Monmouth (111)) Revlew-Atlasi make certain statements in their .
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I -t. .qiiit: .t: CHEVROLET ANNOUNCES:

.; I I Mention Featuring LEADING the most NEWSPAPERS comprehensive -1I I THE BLUE and WHITE A T{?{ f;( I from the ,library.Avant checking a book

George Bestor
E I' -I- .Rr A announcement program ever sitting still.

i -n-- Bob Butler of Atlanta transacted used by the Chevrolet Motor. Com- ,I Bobby Hare saying "I'm sorry" .

Business here recently. pany. 5,355 leading daily and weekly after being corrected''by Miss Mor-
I Editorial Staff SCHOOL PERSONALSMiss -I gan.
newspapers in the United States

I W. T. Eppenauer spent Wednesday introduced the new '1932 ChevroletSix Editor In Chief Mary Louise Oglesby William Hooks not calling time .

I in Ft. .Myers. last week. Assistant Editor _.._.... Halson Avant Drew Miss Williams and out at a basketball game.:

In additioh to newspapers. the Assistant Editor Mae Lily Stone Miss West spent Saturday in Miami. Miss: Williams chasing the kids

W. W. Preston transacted busi- program profided for the use -of Sports Editor ........ 'Richard Bestor Miss Morgan spent Saturday in out of 'the halls. ,

ness in LaBelle.. Tuesday. radio, poster panels phonograph Sports Editor ...._....___... Evelyn Hare West Palm Beach. Roy Green not studying.

-- records, canvas banners, dealer Humor Editor ..............Usler Mathis :Mae Lily Stone was a visitor in Catherine
Frank Hancock was'a week end' j window displays and several other Social Editor .............. Betty Spicer West Palm Beach Monday. hair. Wyandt with straight

I visitor to West Palm Beach. ,media. Cartoonist,;: ..".:.".:_......._ Anne Mathis Evelyn Hare spent Tuesday in Ralph O'Neal

First news: of the new Chevrolet! BusinessManager ....._..._ Roy Green West Palm Beach. behaving himself. '
Mr. and Mrs. George Terrell motored Betty Hooks not frowning.Pat .
flashed in teaser'manner by
I to Ft. Myers Tuesday. Mary Louise Oglesby has returned -
of McGhee without freckles.
25.000 in towns 15,000
posters '
SCHOOL SPIRIT to school after a few days ab-
Miss Beatrice Kettl was a Satur- population and over. The posters. ....---- sence, during which she had her Betty Spicer with short hair-

II' day visitor to West Palm Beach.E. I.with a total length of 118 miles School spirit! What a wealth of tonsils removed. Annie Mathis not being fast in a. .

comprised showing 50 per cent meaning in that expression. It is i Richard and George Bestor were basketball game. '
E. Kelley spent the past weekend :jl laiger thal.an. }' manufacturer In but'
that ever present, all inspiring visitors In Miami Saturday. Betty Hooks without dimples.
in Jacksonville on business- f,any business has ever staged. The
invisible atmosphere which all
paneled Nov. 28. : :Annie Mathis was injured slightly o>
i I IH. [ posters were on .
school boys and girls experience. THE
.- L. McDonald of Orlando spent I I and for one week their message was What would school life mean to us. in the basketball game here Mon- ,-ANSWERS
Your Chevrolet." day night but is recovering nicely. .
Thursday here on business. "Keep Eye on without the proper spirit to ac-! Donkey.
The next news of the, new Chev- Elva Alston was promoted to the "
company us to, our daily tasks as: Because she is clasped. '
Miss Kathryn Cooper spent Sunday rolet came over the air. On the seventh grade.
well as to recreational activities? Because it has a chimney.
afternoon in West Palm Beach. night of Nov .29. the company began Itl Prof. M. G. Langford returned to
I i is that spirit' which spurs us Because Its the end of the week
I I a week of spot broadcastingover and keeps the school on a high stan-I Clewiston Saturday with a big tur- (wick). '

William Ferguson of Atlanta. was I: 168 stations. "Keep Your Eye dard. To uphold that key gobbler killed on a short hunt- I '182-Oxford (one ate two Oxford
recent business visitor in Clewis-j on Chevrolet" was the theme of I ing trip.
a -
i must display an attitude for the shoes). ,
I ton. the 'radio program.On betterment of the school at all Bobby Hare went to Ft. Myers When he presses his suit. '" .

Nov. 29, also: Chevrolet deal- times. I I Monday. Falsehood. -, -
I Tom Smith of Lake Worth, was their with
decorated windows
ers When she lies ':
; at wharf.
We can show 'that school spirit Roy Green was among those visiting -
in Clewiston Monday visiting The material for '
teaser displays. Sixty. ,
: on other occasions besides on the in West Palm Beach Saturday.
1 friends. these displays was a part of 76 tons 19 1-2. \
athletic field. For example
pro- Bobby and Dickey Pattersonwere -
of promotional matter mailed by the The figure 6.ADDITIONAL.
grams and other activities engagedIn in Miami
Major and Mrs. C. C- Wilson were Chevrolet Motor Included
Company. -
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by the school require earnest ef- o
I I, '-Sunday visitors to West. Palm I'I'I in this tonnage were"eight square fort on the parts of all students to ( SCHOOL NEWS ON
: f Beach. miles of silhouette cardboard. 30 HAVE YOU NOTICED
.} put them over in a big way, the on- PAGE FOUR)
of banners and
linear miles
i Paul Deam. justice of the peace, 1.100,000 lapel canvas buttons.On ly way worthy of Clewiston high.'I I Merrel Lowe and Bobby Hare
When an assignment is made or .:N:N:N:N:N:N:M:NNNMNN:NNN:N:N:NN:NN:N:N:..:.
was a business visitor in LaBelle the of Dec. 2. teaser playing tennis on Sunday afternoon.
morning .
some undertaking started, don't I :N: ;NNN:NNNNNN:NINN:NNNNN{ :..:N:N:NN:N:. '"
Lois Walls
Tuesday.Ben phonograph records, bearing noth- bragging so much.
make excuses but do your part with
ing more than an address and a Van Bush walking across the

I Cothern of Moore Haven attended warning to play at once, were de- from the same our athletic enthusiasm teams.you That expect same street just when he hears the bell C. E. STEBEL : .

the fights in Clewiston Tues- livered by Uncle Sam to 1,280.000Chevrolet at noon. Q
pep-inspiring spirit. so Dealer in
, Merrel Lowe looking through the
day night owners in all parts of
when our team is pitted against an
the country. The message on the dictionary to find a big word to General Electric Refrigerators
I opponent ,can be transferred to the ,
Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Bailey and record informed them that a new tryout at the first opportunity.
: class-room when task is to be
some Electrochef
Dr. J. H. Moore motored to Sebring Chevrolet was: on the way. j I Evelyn Hare reading a spooky. StovesRadios
overcome. When the assignment has
I Tuesday. radio announcements mystery story.
\ Further
been conquered by such school spirit I and Supplies
of one minute duration were made have the right to be Bookie Avant dropping the bas- Radio Repairing
f, I we same
\j Gainesville ketball from center.
\ Carlin Edwards of over 151 stations on the nights of In
proud as when wehave a victory
. i! was here for a short business visit Dec. 2, 3, and 4. Billie Hooker's pink coat. Pahokee Florida

! recently. Then. on Dec- 5, the 5.355 news- sports. .. Mae Lily Stone turning up her

; t Capt.'and irn-'Ry: E. Butler of papers printed the announcementof does What not good have respect pupil is for, there his teacher. who- nose at what someone, else says. .).:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.

''i in Clewiston the new 1932 Chevrolet Six the Miss Morgan's paddle. .:NNNNS.NNN. . :NN. :..:-:N:N.NN. :N:NNNW. .MAN. .NN. :-
,{ Atlanta, were visitors who does not take justifiable
25,000 posters were, changed accordingly -
,j I': this week. pride in school property and who

'11 its and the to dealers'public show was does not have the proper attitude ..; ...:..:..:.. :..:..:+:..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+:..:..;..:...Xi
: way
:, i r B. C- Franklin of Gainesville, toward his fellow classmates?

I r spent a few days of this week here rooms. This is what constitutes school
I 4
i on business. spirit. We are proud of all our pu- i

Mrs. GO.. Wallace and Miss Eve- Clewiston Wins One; pils school and spirit-hope they will keep up the IT IS THE RULE I i iI i

lyn Hare made a shopping visit to .

_.Ifvest Palm Beach Tuesday. Loses One In Double CHAPEL PROGRAM AND NOT THE EXCEPTION I

Header Here For Friday December. 11 I ." < .1 i
!i Miss Valerie Robinson and R. S. Monday .
Falkiner motored to West PalmRobert
Beach Sunday afternoon. The sixth grade had charge of
In one of the most thrilling ex- the chapel exercises last Friday,

Allen. student of West hibitions of team work ever seen and rendered a very interesting pro- THE UNANIMOUS PRAISE OP OUR GUESTS ON THE
on the local court Clewiston girls
,j Point. spent the week end in Clewis-, gram. SUPERIOR TYPE OF SERTOOE FOUND AT THE CLEW-
took the Moore Haven outfit into
ton visiting his-brother Dan Allen. camp here Monday night by a 7-6 Song-by Bible rea.diRg-Conrad the school. Clark. I ISTON INN IS THE RULE RATHER THAN THE EXCEP-

count. The concerted effort on the TION.
Mrs. 'V. C. Hooker, Miss Bonciel Through the telephoneJimmyHall.
j _
part of the light Clewiston team '
Stone and Miss Mae Lily Stone motored -
showed up well when thrown What, the toys said-Pat McGhee.
to West Palm :Beach Monday.
against the more experienced teamof
visitors. The was
Mrs. C.. W. McDonald spent the fought on both sides, with the floor The message of the INVIGORATING BREEZES THAT FLOAT INTO THE INN

I week end in Orlando where she was!' work of Evelyn 'Hare and Mildred boys. bells-.lx'i I'I''H FROM LAKE OKEECHOBEE. AND THE EXCELLENT
'on account of the illness of
i 4 called Brantley outstanding as they clungto Character dolls of "many APPOINTMENTS OF THE INN MAKE IT THE IDEAL g

her father. the ball each time it attemptedto the sixth grade. I I PLACE TO RESIDE. .

pass center"territoiy.The little Elva Als-
The stockings-
E. L. Stewart -
Mrs. '
Mrs. Gus McGhee. Clewiston team felt the loss
t rv- and Miss visitors Dorothy in Mormon West Palm were of Mary Oglesby and Mary Bush. The school has been entertained

,::' Beach.Wednesday who account were of injurIes.kept from In the the early game partof on every Friday at chapel hour by pro- I '

grams given by the different grades-
the first half Annie Mathis fast INN

.; : Waldron.Miss Jamye Miss Williams Elizabeth, Miss West Louise and playing center. 'received a painful, programs.Each grade taking its turn for the, THE CLEWISTON .1'.1'On ;

,- but not serious. injury which kept
I, Miss Mae Drew and Dr. J. W. Ezelle tier on the sidelines-roo 1'the remain- Today, the last program before I
The Shore of Lake Okeechobee
; spent Saturday In Miami. x Christmas. the fourth and fifth
der of play. Even with the absenceof
these regulars the team workedas grades have prepared a very interesting 1' '
Mrs. Cora Cothern and Leon a unit. program which will be supplemented r

Cothern. of Moore Haven, were visitors by ,the entire school.

in Clewiston Tuesday. For the secpnd Boys Game time, in as many !r.!....-...i"i-i..i"i..i"i"i"i..i..i"i"i.............".'0........!...............".!.................-.-..........!................" .................-.-...._: ............._."...".'0!........_".......,...
games Moore Haven boys won from
Frances Tippey. :
Clewiston by a 15-9 score here .
and Victor -
ryn Deam. Jimmie Wolfe !Monday night in a hard fought
t Blate attended the theatre In .rough and tumble fight. Outweighedand Clewiston school recently com-

F Pahokee Sunday night. j j' outplayed from the start the pleted arrangements for joining STOP LOOK LISTEN !
"11 I Clewiston representatives struggledhard with LaBelle. Alva and Moore Haven -
H. Mc- to form basketball
Mrs. Hubert Land, Mrs. with the larger outfit of. visit- a tri-county ,
Duffy. Mrs. C.: L.' Nail, Mrs. Poole ors for their nine points. league with the first of the league's
made a scheduled to played January
Elmore games
and shopping Mrs. visit John to West Palm Beach I I ANSWER THESE 8. Each team is scheduled to play There is danger ahead. Be visethereis

Saturday. I II six games, one each week, until danger even in eats. Patronize capa-
I difficult to February 19. when tournamentis
What is the most key a

G. B. Clinch of Atlanta and W.: P.I i turn? on the slate to decide 'the winner.An able, well equipped and 'reliable placeto .......

; Stuart of Bartow, representatives I Why is a lady when she is embraced 'appropriate trophy will be dine.
Refining company. were like a pocketbook? awarded the winner of the league.
Gulf I I
, : of business the visitors here this week fora Why is a lamp like a house?' Season tickets for the basketball The CLEWISTON CAFE is very modern, spacious ,
few 'days. Why is a well worn lamp wick games have been made up at the and very accommodating, and accessible "-

. like a Saturday night? school, with the recently installed

Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. Fred If one goat ate two low-cut shoes, duplicating machine. These tickets right on the highway and it offers you the most, ..,

Moltz and Miss Frances Tippey what would be his telephone num- will be aceptable, for any game play- your food being prepared in the most sanitary
visitn ed Clewiston in the
in Ft. Myers ber? by league. They
t, -i spent Mr.Wednesday and Mrs. J. G. Allhands. When is a lover like a tailor? will be recognized at out-of-town way. It is the most logical place to .eat your next '

;' g Which is the ugliest hood ever games as well as those played In meal.

Merrick. representative used? Clewiston. Don't fail to get your
> Malcolm
of the Sinclair Oil company When does a ship tell a falsehood ticket. The funds derived from the We handle only Western Steaks
week in Celwiston! on ? sale of the tickets will be turned ,
spending business. What word, with five letters. over to the athletic association.A chops and Virginia oysters

4' from which two may be taken will

arrived In leave six? boy leading a donkey past an
Fields "
:,', Clewiston' Mrs. Gilbert recently from Vlcksburg.. Add two figures to 19 and makeIt army camp was asked by an, army CLEWISTON CAFE .

husband. Mr. and less than 20. private. "What are you holding
Miss.. to join ,apartment What increases its value one-half your brother so tight for."
Mrs, lh* Schultz apartment when turned upside down? "So he won't Join the army." the

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ALLOWS FULL BENEFIT OF Game CommissionerSays from all' sin !
If confess
(Continued from Page 2) we BLUE RIBEfON; IN TAMPA FAIR
SCHOOL APPROPRIATION our Sins, he Is faithful and just to I

-- HAVE YOU HEARD Game Plentiful forgive us our Sins these things
Tampa. Dec. 17.-More than 5.-
Tallahassee, Dec18..-It Is only \ I write unto you, that ye Sin not.!I
000 birds for blue rib .
through practice of the most strIng- Lily Wynn say "Conceited." And if any man Sin. we have an challengers '

ent economy that full benefit of the Hookie Avant say, "Good Lord Tallahassee Florida, a few advocate with the father, Jesus''bon awards, will be on exhibition ,*&-
the hunter's ,
years ago paradise can
$7,500.000 public school appropriation Hattie." Christ the righteous. And he is! at the South Florida Fair poultry l
be made to support more game than
will be given to county educa- the propitiation for our Sins." show
2 scheduledin
E. Ed Clark say, "Please." was found here, even in the days of February to 13,
tional Governor Doyle
purpose the Indian The second thought expressed in connection with
Annie "Boom." according to C. C. the Florida Gold
than Mathis
Carlton declared today. More say "
the letter Is. "God is :Love,
Woodward, state and fresh
game : Medal Show and convention of the
this fund will come
6000.000 of Mildred "Oh
say, my water fish commission.And which today's lesson is based.
from automobile license sales. American Poultry Association, Gen-
goodness. this, in the opinion of the "Beloved, let us love one another -
eral Manager P. T. Strieder has
Believing education to be one of Marvin Altman "My doodnessme.
say commissioner, can be done : for love is of God; and every
very announced.
the most vital duties of the common- ."
cheaply with cooperation of the'one that loveth is born of God, and
wealth, the chief executive, in cooperation Mary Bush at dinner say, "I'mJ public. The commissioner is knoweth God. He that loveth not Exhibition facilities have been

with W. S. McLin, auto-{hungry." now iknoweth not God for ". practically doubled to take care of
God Lovej
proving it. at no cost _to .thestate.. ; -
mobile license commissioner, has Bobby Hare say, "Buddah." the increased number of birds en-
This year, in fact $17,000.00 alreadyhas j This letter was not written to
launched a program of economy in Merrel Lowe say, "Ah nothing." tered. More than 2.000 new display
been loaned the state generalfund 'strangers at a distance, but to those
automobile tag distribution; that:I Robert Spicer, say, "You daggone coops have been added to the poul-
by the game department.As I whom John knew in and around his
than 96 cents from show
now gives more i slag of bittimus. try building equipment. Sev-
own location. On account of the
every dollar expended by: citizensfor George Hooks say "yassum." for results. Mr. Woodward eral thousands of dollars will be

their licenses to the state school I I Mildred Ward .giggle. points out that hunters this season I subject been selected and its teaching this has offered in premiums. together with
as our Christmas
fund. o-- are bagging more game than in' ribbon and trophy awards.
in !!lesson with the Spirit of love and
many years areas adjacent to
Previous to the present adminis-I Emma-I hear you lost your val- fellowship.

tration, the tag department was allowed -.. uable dog in an auto wreck. protected breeding grounds. Several -I HOLLAND'S HISTORICAL
seasons ago a large preserve; ; was "In this was manifested the love BUILDINGS REPRODUCED
six percent of the money for Lily-Yes. I was saved but the
created near Orlando a time whenit of God toward us. because that God
operation costs and was unable to dog was killed. '
estimated less than sent his only begotten Son
was 100 tur- into the
operate within that quota. In proofof Emma-What a pity. Tampa, Dec. 17.Buildings of
keys and no more than, a score of I world, that we might live through
this. Mr. McLIn points out $42- -0 historical Importance in Hollandare
deer were left. (him Herein is love, not that
000 indebtedness Incurred by him Mr. Oglesby-Has that young we being reproduced in replica for

when he took charge of the license,man who has been calling on you This season hunters have taken loved God, but that he loved us and the South Florida Fair and Gaspa-

sales in 1929 and which he,has since! given you any encouragement? more than 200 turkeys from the for our sins.' Beloved, if God so rilla Carnival February 2 to 13. as

paid off.During. Mary Louise-Why, yes Last surrounding territory. In the pre- sent" his Son to be the propitiationfor an educational feature of the Neth-

the first year of his ad-I night he asked me if you and mo- serve near Sarasota nearly 2,000 our sins. Beloved, if God so erlands exhibition, sponsored by the

ministration under Governor Carlton -, ther were agreeable to live with. quail were trapped and distributedto | loved us", we ought also to love. one Holland Exposition Corporation.
other portions of the state two
Mr. McLin saved the state "-', -0VanI'm The full Spirit of love is shown Torture devices, used extensively
Last than 1-
looking for someoneto years ago. year more,
of during the in the
$187.000 in operating expenses God religious wars
by sending his Son unto the
600 quail taken from the
lend ten dollars. were same
the department and last year sliced I me world to sixteenth century; will make up one
suffer die
region. Yet the birds and to prepare a
Richard-Well, this is a nice day are more
the figure $189,000. Salvation of the most interesting features of
means of for all who
plentiful than the .
for looking. ever on preserve.Mr.
This: ;year the department is oper- Woodward advocates would accept him as a Savior. In the dutch village. Every type otL'C ,
A BUNCH OF SMILES placing --
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windmill used in Holland will also
ating with 87 employes as comparedwith one-fourth the state's in return we should love God but he ."
it had when Governor area pro- be erected and put in operationl'during *
236 Carl- tected is not Selfish, and prefers that his"Children"
This declares
Betty Spicer-I am just a poor territory. he 'the period of the fair.
ton reorganized the department in
should love
:hard working student trying to geta with destruction of natural enemiesof one another.
1929 and placed Mr. McLin in and little feeding "And we have seen and do testify
head. game a soon
Mrs. E. A. Schult in LaBelle
charge. Miss Morgan-That's good, you will multiply game birds and animals -I I that the ,Father sent the Son to be business.was
Tuesday on
Although it is operating upon the need one.When the Savior of the world. Whoso-

smallest budget in years, the depart This can be done with no expenseto ever shall confess that Jesus is the

ment has been collecting as ,much I)father came home from the state, according to the com- Son of God, God dwelleth in him-

money for past three years as dur- work the other day mother had a missioner. He declares it will bring and he in God." Because false

ing boom days and this year must story to tell about Johnnie using more money here through sale of teachers were denying the Son-ship Civic Center Barber

distribute 23 different type license cuss words. hunting licenses to visitors. The of Jesus such belief is declared togive"

plates incurring added routine, The boy had already gone to bed. game department now Is more than the believer a saving relationto ShopHas

whereas formerly It has had but six "I'll teach that youngster to supporting itself. Christ and to God. You should

types. swear" the father said as he start- Bass are being hatched and distributed -I remember that this "whosoever"

Additional revenue accruing to ed up to the boy's bed room. His by the state now for the Includes you. "God is love, and he

the school funds from the state foot caught on the top stair and first time in history while hundredsof that dwelleth in love dwelleth in Opened Under New Manage-

government include the constitu- he fell flat. What he said is unprintable quail are being placed in the I God, and God in him. Herein is

tional one mill ad valorem levy, ex- but the mother said, field annually from breeding pens I our love made perfect." Jesus' the ment, Specializing in Ladies and

pected to net about $400,000 and "Well father, don't you think that'senough at the Raiford prison. Deer and measure and the expression ofGod's Children's Haircuts.

interest from the state school trust for the first lesson." turkey likewise are being raised.It I love Is the pattern for us-

fund. which will round out the $7- --oTGRADE will be 'impossible, however, What a comfort to know that you

500,000 appropriation. NOTES according to Mr. Woodward to restock may. so act and think that God and

his Spirit will dwell in and
game in the state merely you TWENTY-FIVE CENTS

LARGE ARMY EMPLOYEDBY The ones of the first grade that through' distribution from pens. guide you!

CHEVROLET FACTORIES Protected strict enforcementof "There is no fear in love: but
made the best grades in number areas
perfect love casteth out fear: be-
laws destruction of
work last week were: predatory

:More than 89.000 people are i II Ann Dunty, Lois Tidwell, Ann animals and birds and some artificial cause fear hath torment. He that ,"' -

back at work as a result of the introduction Pafford Sonny Vaughn. Charles feeding, he says, soon will reestablish -I feareth is not made perfect in
love." It Is true that (Ps. 3:1))
of new 1932 Chevrolets, Castle Madox. in Florida an amount SAME SERVICE
Dorothy I "' _
and $20.000,000 worth of new cars i game which will furnish sport for "The fear of the Lord is the be- '; t
The ones in the tenth that made r+
ginning of wisdom but if you LOCATION
or parts had already been builtat all and which with proper conservation NEW
the best grades last week were: grow to fully love and trust him,
the time of the public announce- will guarantee that future
Betty Spicer Mae Lily Stone.
ment, according to a statement re- generations of Floridians will thrillto fear is 'banished. Nolon B. Conner, formerly located

leased by W. S. Knudsen. presidentand The ones in the ninth grade that the whir of a covey of quail on 'Jesus said (Jno. 15:10)) "Ye in the Civic Center Barber

the made the best grades last week have not chosen me, but I have be found at
general manager of com- the rise or the music of hounds on Shop, may now

pany. were: the trail of a deer: I chosen 'you." And our lesson closesthu's SHORTY MUSG RAVES BarberShop

The statement follows: "Chevrolet i George Bestor, Marvin Altman. I "We love" him. because he in theALSTON- :-.
first loved us. t
Motor company has its normal Those making a 100 last weekin BUILDING
Sunday School Lesson -
force of men back on the job aftera I Mrs. Prewitt's 3rd grade spellingare I Where the Same Efficient
Mrs. Knight and daughter Ruth.
two-week's shut-down for inven- : Service May be Had
Eleanor and Rudd Wintle. of Fort
tory and an equal period of model- Julia Oglesby, Leonard Thomas, FOR DECEMBER 20, 1931 ,
Myers were visitors in Clewiston
ch,nge sbAit-down during the Sammie Long Elizabeth Davis. Billy SUBJECT: The Supreme Gift of Tuesday night. Miss Wintle has accepted Nolon B. Conner

months of October and November I Davis. Love (Christmas Lesson). ,
position with the United
"The company's policy during the. GOLDEN TEXT: "It Is Christ a
Those making a 100 last week in States Sugar corporation. .. 1
: B3aSS2"" >nc = .T'
last year has been to retain as near that died yea rather, that is risen
Mrs. Prewitt's 2nd grade spellingare u i;
an equal number of men on the again, who is even at the right 5
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payroll: as possible and vary the hand of God, who also maketh in- ;
Owen, Buelah t1
hours according to the demand for Dicky Guthrie tercession for us." Rom. 8:34. :_\
Carolyn McDonald Virginia Cald- ..
cars; in addition, during the short LESSON TEXT: I John 4719. '

demand periods, inventory has well, Bobby Collins Armeda TIME AND PLACE: About A.

been built up to Increase the week- Howell Runnell McGhee. Martha D95; Letter Written from Ephe-

ly hours to the greatest possible Harris, Jimmie Bethea, Hagen sus. BUILDERSWANTED
Lowe. Harold Webb. I
-- number. INTRODUCTION: "The New

"The result has been that the Testament 'gives very little concerning : "Y
number of employees in any month the movements of John,
during the year, except the shut- the apostle of love.< He is scarcely

down month of October, has not mentioned in the Acts after his imprisonment -
(Continued from
Page 1)
varied more than 7 percent on a with Peter and the appearance -
scheduled three round bout with
total of 34,000 men, and the hours of the two before the
Max Brannon, 95. of LaBelle, when!
have averaged close to forty per Jewish council to answer for their '

week; 39 1to be exact. When Brannon's second called off the advocacy of the cause of -Christianity fight. Helvenston had won a decision : :
inventory takes place,. no work-,' soon after Pentecost. It Isi ::
over Brannon the previous week I
man is required to turn in his probable that he was in Jerusalemat
and had accepted forTuesday's
badge but remains on the payroll a challenge the time of the martyrdom of

until work starts up again. return. his brother James, and later when Substantial Inducements are ;

Other fights on the card included
\ "Present force numbers 34.000 the first Christian council was

I a short furious fight between recorded in Acts 15. He seemsto
men working 4 days or nights per the ,
offered relieve -
week minimum and more ,than George Waldron, 137 of Bare have gone from Jerusalem to to acute

$20.000.000-00 worth of new cars Beach, and Galloping Gomez of Ephesus where he lived to the age

Clewiston. Gomez was toppled to of nearly one hundred He
or parts. for new cars have been years.
manufactured. Of the 34.000 employees the floor for the count in the early spent some time in exile on the- island housing shortage now prevailing -

o stage of the first round. Owen of Patmos.
now on the payroll, over
Wynn 57 of Clewislon and Pee Wee Aside from John's labors and Influence in Clewiston
in the
are employed company's -
Davis 55, of LaBelle hit each other In the Jerusalem church he .
plants in Detroit Saginaw -
with all their diminutive power for must have evangeflized, extensivelythe r
and Bay City. :
three rounds. The bout was declareda same as the other apostles. .
"In addition to the 34.000 men ,
Next to Paul. he was the most extensive -
employed countrywide by Chevrolet, I ,
writer for the New Testa- .

FIsher Body Corporation maintains Seabron Fulford. of Ocknochnee, ment. He was the author of. the ', ..
20.000 men working exclusively on Ga., arrived in Clewiston Wednes- '. '
Gospel of John, three epistles, and .
Chevrolet bodies, and in additionto day morning to make his home here ': I
the book of Revelation. As a disciple THE.
this, the dealer organization and .
indefinintely. he was probably the youngestof ,
their salesmen amount to 35,000 ,. I
the twelve, being, no doubt, yet .
" people, leaving a grand total of Among those attending the pre- in his teens. He had a profound '., -'
over 89000'people; working direct CLEW IS TON COMPANY
.' I sentation of the Clewiston minstrel grasp upon the mysteries of the

ly on Chevrolet product. show at Belle Glade Wednesday person and work of Christ."

"The company feels its repsonsi- night were: Mrs. W. C. Prewitt. John's letter begins, "That whichwe PHONE 102

billty during times like these to ex- Miss Eleanor Wintle, John Kettl. have seen and heard declare me ..,
tend every effort to keep its or- ADMINISTRATION BUILDING CLEWISTON, FLORIDAr
Van Cothern ;
Campbell Nall._ Casey unto you." The first part of ,the
ganization employed, and with the Jones and Herbert Blate.
letter is, in substance. "This then
splendid countrywide reception of
is the message which we have I
the new 1932 Chevrolet, has
every Frank Snyder. an aviator form- heard of (from) him. and declare

confidence in being able to do its .., .
erly of Clewiston arrived Thursday unto you. that God Is light. If ---- -t -- -- -- -- -. "h' .

VU ,!!9! ,;b? most' instructive\ way," i with Shorty yv'iley, his mechanic. YC walk.1! In the light III' tfi?, blood! : J

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